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 Material Information
Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: January 2, 1841
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060561
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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4viNCrfE1ALE tho Presidential : _
INSTITUTE.HO
embers- Term. .
Here oro two letters which' fell into r (for you know, my esteemed "We of all tiatiou-s, em(1rgezlcieswhere.. .s.m I nud constitutional ; a success which .

[ strxirea VACATION.) hands under rather curious circumstances my friend, that my earl residence in Franco has recommend to our readers a Report I gifted individuals seems raised'up. by Provj. must bea, trAisiory: 'as ,the rt'iri .

excrciteit Of tliT Seminary will be rpjonjf d ( ,, inspired mo vvith a hatred for from a committee' of the South Carolina Le dcnce, to rescue hisr from : Itavo.produced k '
THE which it Avould take too much time here stoves of.every country impending ttrefo jet Jrrff-ttJwjar*, (!'
(lie in 1841.! SrlioJislicj to ijlature
let Monday Jtnotry, u ,
r divided into two cession* of foe ,nuthi roUte; they were found, qae |jn copy,, the of description) the embers, I any, took *11 sorts tiiution of theproposition the U tiled' amend the Con. ruin; and it may so hcppen? that 'the term of ceptiVe. Aad whoa it is !Irrf.-t tmi -k..

eWb* other in original, among the of fantastic shapes, some of which were curL the States, so ns to restrict a President may expire, while the nation 13 I fiith is us r.&v'.iI! to tho partyvOn if.ufit 1

TEaMS PEH! SESSION : young German whom I knew well papers, nnd who a.I otis to a great degree, and struck me so forcf. eligibility! of the President to one term.SOOTH involved in the struggles of war, who "pos.sesscs forh; as an 'article oftjthfr1<*iV>sr Jt **-"* -- ;' ?. -

Orllio-rrapty, Rpadinff, Wminff tpd Anlli7116 died n year or two age at Basle, in Switzer., bly that I cannot refrain from mentioning Report of the CAKOLIXA LEGI3I.ATUIIC. the full coafi leucnof the army and the itM.dp'J in: good, "scut's, tlwrsi" jcj.;* .ri ,t"vcns > Y

SLve' $14.03 land-that Basic in which Holbein them to you. committee on Federal Rcla- peopb, whoso plans are matured, and hw to jiitcrtaui .i it Youiv**r. hiic/, ?'
Grammar, lived lions .4
wifh EncIWi Pin-ins, n L "In oa the resolutions d. Itheretre
the
first from
Ancient and Modern Geography, An great many years ago, arid in which he pnint. place, I saw a form resembli.ig relative to the Vermont, 'partmcnt organized for cfiective action; and rccommc.ifi ifie f,>lff.vvi.--,. r Hi v

.'u.lt .nd Modern Jlwtory. 20.00 ed his ever memorable Dance of Dnnth. (thin. that of a woman dressed in flowing garments, propriety of limiting, hvanf such a constitutional disqualificntioi: would ) : -. : '-

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Tho ftl> wilil LIU ra'', u viiL&; UUU IA(7r& I lit), ua ---- --- ---- ? tut .
ovcf IHU ? ;
name viuupci i I OiI
prototype oF all umeu naa mcKcrca auoui 1 .H.BVV.j %*jv t.Il ll/1- L1)iJUIIy iw lorc'gi me survicea 0 f if O'J 1i'Ci.iJ.i .
PJnlodopliy) Logic, Rho torcCly: luislry. bres") upon sundry subsequent rough "danscs Maca* 1 her, seemed to wave her hand aa though ily ot'thc President the United States, to her most efficient citizen, and to submit to tho Jstituttoa l! of t the Uwtcd Slateu* :q ti. j ii- :.
Botany Mylliolojry, Algcbrn.Gcometry, planks, combined I I a single term
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into a kind of beckoning to me, and while I looked uith fluctuations and error,whichjn! new to the cilice ot" PresiJa, "' : lt> 'w
A lr nouiy. Use of Globe*, Sic., &,c., 2501 paling-a paling to all I n L Your Committee organizi-l: .2fu
open feeling of curiosity and have con o to a ilecKion lion of the Executive made, and thai this dorermn!
Latin and Greek, 2500 tlie winds of Heaven, and which, wonder at the accura.' thai Department must inevi. itTuv.vjtj tho
Frcnch, 26-00 now in existence.would be worth its, were it: cy of the representation, it suddenly fell I no such amendment is dictated.by sound P table produce, and perhaps to see ia his sueccssor reasons which'havo IcJ t to If, U; ronirjiutiica-

7uiCPiaflO! and Guitar, eaci! [three JiFOfl' -- gold. weight in' )/away, and nothing remained but the dark: policy, and they take leave to give the reasons some ambitious rival who will delight ted to the Governors of ihe y *.eral Sisjesi': ; .

per week.' ] 30.00 I{ mouldering logs of wood which have brought them to that conclusion. to defeat well laid plans and and to our Delegates in '
Una of Instrument*, 5.0)) This young German, Hermann Von which hissed upon I Tho remove faithful Congress, to L.iiuid i .
& in G., the hearth. I took the and stability of every government, and its public agents, that he before that body; ". .
flawing, Paintinjr water or oil 1 colonOrnaiiiiitat -, 16.CO was ono of those earncsUmindcd tongs built the i may experiment upon
in
of F efficiency
Tcirtinf per courto, 1GOO whom there are not men, fabric up again, and presently a spriglrtlyF accomplishing the objects of its other measures, the credit"of whieh, if suecessful BENJ. F. HUNT( Ch'a. '
Fruit anJ Flowers) very many in the present L flame creation; result froii the harmony and will :
redound
Wax per course 12.00 in the this
he sprang up chimney but whii_ envgy own honor !i
day- was a long haired mustachoed'( ; of the ant Dn. DODUHICUB'
Embroidery in Silk and CheneiUe, Worsted light I ; sat wi h ccs fixed whole Executive Department, which enhance his owuf.irn. It Dan.*:*.-Dr. b-id. .
5fut Ottoman*, &.C., course, 12.00 youth, with a tobacco pipe my on this, the cunning is impolitic and dridge of
per sticking out of the s hand of necessarily includes all the subordinate anti-republican and xvns otorru\ tevery iiUint jrrci.J-
; offi-
fancy carved suicidal
including bedding and front of out for me other forms for the
Board lijiiU, pocket his people
75.00
I R'ith Dr.
extremely; ill.fashioncd I | more cers over whom the Chief Exacutivo thus t to be ship Samuel Chikr, cud !.: r.i
yet trammelled
Uuudrcsn* 7.50 I coat, it is true-but these singular and perfect than those I I and must by organic Jaws, and I coj'.ver-i/tro
were preside whosd gious the
mere conventional had performance :* / rpant irnny .
i'liel 1.00 seen before. This time I of'their re prevented: from exercising their ery
free
absurdities, which ho could not vcr perceived n L spective duties he must owi: happy hours, together.' Ann:.:: ,'Uv un-iteca, .. -
enforce. will
at but
such
jVbwncr any times panicuhrly at the well : great many figures, all dressed in llio This can'only on emergencies, as nriso i.t
bffrinnin- ur clore of a trccsion,retard*tho prDgnissof'lbc escape, having been educated at Gottin. loose garments as the I had stme bo done by placing ia the hands of the the t course of events, and may a very tavori! topic w..s i.it i lU'rii-rrsi-no ; .
one
jiupili. U i* very importai.t, tlirrefurc, thatjpupilx gen, nnd taken his degree in the Hurschen. ,\I SPCJI; these appeared to be previously Chief Magistrate! tlc! power to remove the iiV.ezit ; their intelligence aid implies-a distntslof : ; sate: of the soul, as.d tfw prji r: > : tit. it : ;

should bo prv'senl at tlii5 Lcriniin; of4Mkinn shaft us other men of his age ; but where he two, and walking two and '! and faithlcw, and name their the bisis integrity, at warwith (the instance ofdi yi'i! > li w.. ,- > Hrj. f .. -
each substi- of
and continue to the end. holding other the very all our ir.stilntions
was as unlike the by bund and L the fjced
Iii addition to the Subscriber, nnd liis Lady, common herd of bragging,,I, to be following a number of lutes. Every tev; rlccliui: of Chief Magis.tratc capacity of tlie people for self i..to the presencef tr'I Ui.* jow.'vafiKv .

experienced Teachers arc ngagcd fur the dents swaggering, beer-drinking, renaming, sin. whom carried something which men, four ol necessarily lad to the removal of the To provide by the Constitution government. hosts, ar.d tin* spe.idors! urcu d Ja J '." .'- c fii' -
of his I "gtiast: the
Literary and Ornamental Department. Miss Jons.ONIUJBB time, was in a certain quiet inten. make could not L most important well Go'd. O.c: evi.li'g.nrLr a eiiv. '
out, between them as as the more subordinate stability"of the adinhiatration of the
| | niofct accept a 1)1 v performed the duties sity of thought and action, which prevented I marched whilo first of all, officers. Indeed finds natio.r, thi4 uiture, Dr. D.wi'h ); rir'l

oflifJ Department, during the two pan years, will him from ever leaving any thing half done, flO t n prcst; who bore n cross. I will I comes info every new ndministration that no excuse i'l reason: or experience; ivid I |hIs mi:>d foil of tl.c} su'-c} *. ci ij
conliiiue in tlie) fame for the n-oil year. and which caused him to follow > ccuceal to you, my dear friend, that a power under the specious a change of men will pro( Jitce-i: change> ia "thc vLIor.s of tin i.'iu"A\
Mis e A- M. &. K. S. Gor.no.N.fr >niLyn !ibiirf, which he undertook up eKrvthing species of nervous feeling came nama of reform and no reform satisfies its of measures, i-s as certain as self love prompts'mei : : uth:;
Vi comc Inglily reen.isn'ciikd for lln-ir li with a rju uiua across me as j partisans so eliyctually, as the !) to devote their were shadhto trs-; fhLvi.r! ; ;
ciuryiiidmoral that ( tins I? vision fluted, or 1 should removal of the c.icrgiifs: tj proj'cfs, thef ,
siv't
: rather
qtulit'rati; n and tuvn boon \ory generally: cariitd l T.i tu the incumbents: of the dr'-iu..1 ut tvmn .it ff jr '
$pncnrnttrodier poii.t at t former administration r uf
utatiu which
; and cp : will enure to thmeaselve! {
,
'll taii-ius I ralichen which lie niinnl. I swept slowly bcfora my sight 1, however -s, jofa frifiiil when ho
n (; tif ttljrj i ,n h.ivo mentioned this ; the substitution of themselves in their i' rather than follow* i tssud .iL i ao.j.
and
,4jTl1IelI1wrIr( fir s'c Ii t" j culiurity iu I"i ;:, character pc. -Jtlnlni'.cd it to having remained too much! at I The f.jct place.'r up perfect the schemes: tluigeruu( ill. K ,' !T I'rre'ho ss .v cdtcr '
simply, lest niter tint old I others..
ad'ni.-iistration
fitihcJ hmno all an ; is O TI.o psople! in the of i"
uii M i' s' Is : having >al day, and so, rising from chair 1 I super. course vorse, a"d .if li-A .
n hSsl'tter! my L cftdoJ grow io py.y'r*' \ tit i.Tstaucc
is
GluliicAe.11 i.i'l PMII'I*, (luilar--. tif. T'Kd you fhoildp.iy: : ho was; dctermiiicJ always an excuseas well as an in- 'years J can asccr.iit: : the general tei.cle"ov;
it !
of ll" l' 11 jac utd< jLuta clrer.nsor; ad;: a vUfomrj if alllnugh was lato; to go foitli., djceme-f he VIKS Eu.usi'ilr tit.: .* iC.!. .-.( \cr-.ir*. .
( '
tmlipc *' at d | arental ; !tu i.u. ; yoa plense arid: breathe: the fn-oh air of : to produce a thorou rrefijrm\ I 'the mcdsurea ,the administration: aid a ye. .
td
jiliiila'K'd.wice !> iftjUircJ ) Iu viuh rules | c.ri.io! hit.der from which will bo the election of i
ycu I 'or h .If more acceptable to itd'I lie ic-iinbct: :
mllicl Iitt> : inK-rt cti 01 t'u jiai'.U tr.al.c it ncre-- I|i s.j: dong, but r.t the sania tiilio, will liaxc ai: hour or so, before I retired ID my friends, in proportion It .f cotificler.ee operates; a ) a rubirct j ity, for a state of lucriy arJ !i .\>y JVS5 i JvjtjoJied -
you > bed. as reverses all that i I1has expression: ia its .
d.i't. T II(% j *un-r la'e!: ufiih j {jet.cnsl prii[ >- | ia slosdcj
jjtti | formed ccrial
: residing tho I an evtremclv! crro'.ifyihs cvimit been done its t tru.., h't: ; ? "ircd to -
tcaihrr ar treated as mc nr-cri of the* fa-nilv! '! : ? of, "With this iueilioi! I mvi by predecessors. The | tiplcs and measures, at the same time that i it''power I 13
; the > : reached down 1 jut ii a rc-o: of wire !F"5.t.! H-
.
m? :) i ahtivI lv iTip nfiln u-ill nf>r<' s.inlv .u.,, ,.nrr..tU Itn ,..ir..1,, ti.c. .. ; J'.f.t."i r r.: ,
tnu hint fii' >' n-rs, AH., aru aiiciiuru iu . > : r.rrci sttun I II ; .t' !(
us i iWtl.LPiiji'a .
will I be rcctivoil at lou mut kriow, thit after several I j *vwiwt <%9 *( t | 44tj Al/UI L \\J M IJOl I I III.I .' I every nen ndministrat'on the to l.tyinc ci.r.11, uu, woi a ;;tui3ri.tr; *;*. v *
any sea.ui. nt-il door renrganzation arrest an iuipro\iJci! \icio _
j hen or
tItged iroiii thf tune uf entrance ; but n>i clv.'uc j: pis sod in the uivcrity! 1 have before MS: ::. .' w check sud.lc.ily; I felt a. kir.d of'ia .r( of the Executive departments, and every new t J course of niwMsiirc?, bcf jrc their i.ij irii'is tftccts 3. ': !.uge the t.re't tf.t tbsc.a it's Y **!i i y 'I*.**"Pft .

IuiI will bo nindi* for their leaving the school Lcj j tioned, during whic'J' he was mucii ilonirsticR. upon my as if something had r.ipidlv ( Preside will reccsaaril: have are beyond vai: cught t ix scci; tebv: save tli? u.iela.i.choy .
fat Uie end i4 f the ?c'-sion.. I ted in ': passed nuj. I pnui.ed: nnd turned round hut } importunate prevestioi.: J of Ins
the family of the cilcbr.tttd: 'S"or' 1friends, v ho will lithe group Irictcls.weeping a roan d
jrof office exclusion bj for
: expect some !
II. L. coul.l us an ir.tsrveicp
EDMONDS. A. M, s'e nothing, and at that the thej term his lifoncss remarks.
Qurcy. D.T. 12. 20 Principal. Crump, (who had one only dati|>!iNr: beatilt. ]i only candle \Wiicli moment l reward of their zeal and f-ervice. Thus a only} then all the apprelseudfcd evils oi i'msta..l
: 'ful, I am tolJ, as the Illumine who\ burning on my table went I new adt-u.iiatrutiuii will will Himself thrill' d with de:1 l.!, lie vrts yr.prisfij .
\ so pica. 'out, and I wa.s li'fi in total impede she cour.i; of! bity ba ccouatcrcd, wihiout the cntici- '
darkness tlteir:
QUINCY AiAufHr SChOOL santly yet wufully dazzled tim intellect of it ; for alliiotijh !- business, and lose all the benefit of cxpcri-J I paled benefit of disinterestedness aid iiide- at tvii <:9I"attciKpcd: tohtbrra

Excrcii-cs in this Diogenes TcufeUdrock, asCail slc ( was a moonlight night, my window cacti and in the I J. lli&ni cf his happy clr.i"gc.!but hy sonr.?mrstJr-
I < Seminary will comJL has told I curt-tins wero closely drawn harmony conduct of the Executive -! pcndeicr, as an incumbent may sn iHreci! ; \ \* bus
mcnci* r> the M in us in the arjund. power utterance wa: der.ic-tl 'a>.d as ho
n Monday January, 1141.Anrxteuivc most poclic'il: of prose,) lie was "I tlovvly walked officers of government, [Ft seems to measures as to prepare lor a r -elect! ion, and ;
cuurc uf Knglial:, .Mallfnutic.t! ) forced to retire for the sake of hi* health to !j across the room to the be a general, as well as a well founded ''agitate i limo anxiously leaned over the nrju.T.frg circle,
during the interval
wii.dow opin.
and country I.e isexcluded.
and ClWirf, will lo tnii 'ht.A'cmninai'aticiis ; hand
the |iui my upou! tho curtain gazing f>:idly u 'on thc anl
small town of I ion, that if the >i> sragjl.ff! t-
Spangenbcrg, in the lower incumbent; Le ; If the >
] the c.vclfsion
is
nv provided for twenty i to draw i'i' back when I hoard iuclligiblc, > perpctut!, al!
in to !
young ; the direction. Is3
Rhine, from \\ hence is dated term now fixed is sp'j-\Sc: rosj sile.itly :i thC air, their
upo
gi oilmen! : ,us boirdora.C the epistle you of the fire-place what pounded too short, It requires the evils pointed will fvlow; ; simivlu> feel Ibrms becatiiu
rd of terms, and other p3ric: >ilarn, can be had are ubunt to read : faint: I to me like a I more than four years for any important sys-j' the force of t ti! s f.sct, that the term i-i moro ana more iaiitijriiuullvrncl ,
sight. thtcw back the blind 1 present ,.
by a.in'tingto! the hiilisi nbor.II. "Sl'ANORMiERG anti as the( item of Le : 'd avvavfrym hb si 3 :
March 1, 183S. full measures to fully! discussed by the four j cars is too short, c-ctendc-d *
L. EDMONDS, A. M., "Licbcr Freuud ra\s of the moon sir-Mined; into the apart.. nation, and their elections in ( propose ;ioi t.d51u: COUr3! ho jfjj ii'alfSt
: the Senate term. six
nnd some to '
Q-jincy. Ue. 12. 20 incut, I : some to eight ycsrs; and ,
Principal. di-ihctly: saw a white I.ly luLi kiesvi
seated I4I'
'I have been figure House to be made in 'g i a veicrii
now thei
conformity
nearly three months in and they are ii.it by tl.e :
A PKOCLAITIATIOJV, this town, and havo pursued my studies with j inpon was a the femile very chair which I had just left-it ally, will not the practical efficiency of e"p pucli?ci-1 j i titumiiiisiratiot, which, l by i.tri;cdjfc.ioth.it:ii". cornsrtior i>: ',J < rat hi.t le puMirii; 5iU n-stcrb'M nvive -
'isjoits
BY ROBERT figure the face I andnwhojc i '
IIAYMOND RK1D. ; could not con > he
much soc, .Tia-cs
be
as ie-
diligence as my health has allowed I measures so fully tested, as to enable tin or ten : cxciU'incr.f
&houl.l]
[ior.iry i..to
it j !
.for
; hidden ; .
was between jrct .rked
Governor of the/ Territory of Florida. never forrrettinff those lc. sons which wcrp: both the hand; but ., public to form a correct iud
tirlt.c of the inculcated in >! Vr4 .tt-w t\'i \nftj .a.ij lliu-l Wil llli' lift*l, policy. 'J he of -,: ; i ; me | repeal i" ,
BY authority in meistcd.I by you, during the pleasant flu rneaburcs long dub:itc'l| deception exposed, ai.d the injustice do. :
fiiigrrof > a.d
licrrby proclaim iind d clur.- that, from ihtflection lime whilst I was undsi your cure. I cannot right bund was a green ring. I and solemnly decided upon, beiore tl.tir I to fai'hfiil: : j.tiLhc t-oivai.t is cl ai-d : ??ticEWee'iiess. 'll.CJ *rnC1iC. ti.
returns now of file in tho Executive Office that the precisely similar to that which you, my dear! merits have been e\.s geMertaruu! h n v.t o'"en: ;/t> --.x!>-vI
say companions with whom 1 am tested by experience, flit, tlielCt\ >\\s'f mnctnllt; ftil>n.i< i i, ll.U W '
tt TillaliafKcr! it Appears that the fit'.luwing1 professor, allowed! me to pi ice pro ro..g m I eg.h;: the t-iitc-i.c.! ,__j of n *-tMSei
.oaiaue I ben duly fleeted nieniUots of the IIousooTltrprcxciitaUiCb per. here obliged to associate, at all compensate upon jour duces a most inuui>{) eio-s i istabihty: : ii: our aid: c:. daughter'fi'iger the ;* ar.d us
on a
uf tome for those whom I June day hen I left isitutius i:: : calculated to tain '! i'ir'a
tho Lrgislr.tive! Council! of left behind bring liem ito ai,Iufavor.blc { over st'rrejtilieu..v! and CorriM-'ly; ;urii'uiif Jn.-.ci .
roof. -
florida, fur the yrar ]H4l : more than all do I miss you, my dear friend your kindly u companion with govern ineuit!, ''tu\er fiil to inflict upo.i; the country, u-thi.o: dws : >< -ij the ir.ujTha t f- :
< tlii'udtiiiV.au
Fir the County of Monroe-Josppli Hlzuardi ; and tutor, who, with an almof-t fatherly kindness "I may confess to you, although I would do less free in their Constitution, and more sta 'expiration ora long term. The of Iral : t'.uir f.t'-:, lruJcJ .
; i i Lformrd
Tor the County of Dade-Temple Pent so to one: else that project : him th it th- pal .'c I he L !icld, V.MS .
: allowed me to consider a thrill of far shook melo l be! and uniform in their policy. To increase ; |jouii! g power s>o long would liniuhts thud ,
Fw myself 1
the County of Mo William son i ]t"r tie! liU
II. ;
>quito Wil. the prerenf, 10 a i ia-.soa of .
Unu; while under the roof of your hospitabi ) abode very ho.irt's coro.1 tried to speak, the t term, therefore, seems to be almost a liecessary !?energies, and increase the prnfii ion of : nii.:: bii ;-.sr.jG.i7iigup'n '-

For llic County ofSt. Johns-Jol.M.. Fontario, -and also your fair and much esteemed and I called 'drcttchen I know not whv, concomitant of the measure of limiting I lions ai.d corrupt men, by (l:1.rtng: a largr'r' I v hile; earth :he sole bad uor he rerid! !, ;rot

Bcrkin lmi.1 Sin i Hi ; daughter, the Fratilcin Margaret, to whom I but that name was the first which canir lomy I i the elhgibility to a single term. Tho priLe; aid: if the chance ot dir..cti.g: the Guy.. |, chad on otter. Lnr t tht tao .
FoMtte* County of Dural-Gabriel Priest lips : the figure moved di 1 of the jcrnment J e\ net: seen, n.jr bzd tse e-r tic .r !, i>urjcunld
Mepku commend -il f
I). Fcrnandrz myself by jour permission, with all lint lake comparison advantages of the present t i >r four years, can inuticc- the dis- it cr.tr into the hart of
; duo sentiments of and away the handy, which prevented seeing system with the one proposed, leaves litt'e ''cordant elements of fiiclio mt: >i tj ci
For the County of Nanau-J. L. TJii respect regard. my opposite) is to con. ct iv e the thi : v. hich G1lzad F
pin
the gs fur
For the Gniniy of Alachua Edmund Bird;; "I must confess to you that my health has t feature, but it rocked itself to and fro, as: reason to recommend a change. General I : lesce ii an unholy crusntle iipo'i! an auauumis.tr.ttioil [jtho-sp: r Iu Ivvchirn but, nctwithta.in"|n-jiir21; .-
For llic Counts of Columbia not of late though in grief, and by the convulsive motion Washington, by his hits the ; &il-o:
William Cone improved as 1 could! wish. I example, aflordc.l apracticul possefirg co-sfidcnce, an(I (pnrsit- 1 biJ.'tJi.i"! : !:3 vhr':, ..
Itrele For the County of IIih! >borongh AiigtMu*I think the air of this placo too keen for me. I of the fehotiliicrs and bosom, I saw that shewas rule, which will not be departed; hug the measures approved In the IX ivjocracyof t'prfiuclir tf.-y* nrre te'1 rui.v: i-*
; :\rasss:5err..r: to anthuij 'h'r
Fnr the County of Hamilton Daniel P.tl! have found nlaw, that after long reading a. weeping bitterly. t iiom, but i'l Cttcs of emergency; ad the the nation; if Mock j'-Lbeis ail iraut' !hh.i act '-ly!! faijcM* tei re i'a f
,
For the Comity of Madison-Li Church; kind of nervousness often comes over me-a u Urctlchrn said I again, and then she result of [inst experience has establ.Mifd tint chan D-vrs will lavish miHi.ir.s!! ff r the! chance !i d leer Ir.d not exceeded tiio-co yet ...ilLrtJiJi .crd -

For tie Comity. of Jilfursuii-William D. MOMH. ; :- feeling which I do not remember ever to have: ro ?, and, dropping her hands, came towards every Prcidc'st, uhusc measures have been of obtaiiiing the controlf the? pu'ic! revenue 'I;fad. 1'tc ike! ial iceptio .

olmL. Tajlor; experienced until the last few months. Dur.ing rue. She had tho features ofotir daughter, approved by the people, a-id; deserved their for four years, how, iuichi inf-ro wtti'd! bo u1 i wcr.-tlnuy; st the J .d i. r' : tse .
cr tt/ii. Vn .
for the County of I.con-Thomas Drown, J. %V. : the moment of excitement which this but pale and attenuated. I was rooted to the: approval, has received the testimony of his: spared to corrupt the Electors, aid: derci' < ir.froctrct! !Lrn a ? .-
JUnneraian : f' *
A I' I>uval, Joi-rph Branch g'uo r a 'r.cf ': : .'
For llie Cxunty of Gadi-den-Samuel ;Stevens, nervousness produces, I have recourse to our: pot. She came close to m<*, and laid her J: 'constituents to that eflcct, until tile late eiitniordinarv \- I the public, by every --;pcics of insrrpre'e::. j i Iuci a ml:" c't; : i!., ... S 4.1 -- ,

Slokely bury ; p old relaxation of bmoking tobacco, which 1 I finger upon my arm : My fither will send I j combination of all the tlibcortiant tation, holding out iale: ho >e?, and l nipi': ;r t"* i cuv .re-1 v. tha a'>w ..i't'!--;-:h. -s .vo...

Jr.For the County ofOalhoun-Peter W. Ganticr, find has a calming effect, and I uNo then so you back this ring,' she sail, pointing to it1, 'j; elements (political! discontent has suc'ccciled bear all the iifl'cnces: !: : which the unlimited: L I < > .sd a at : .

Fur; the lace myself with the perusal of those poets; when I am gone. Jive it not to any other in supcrceditian( ; : Administration, i use of money plnccs jut llu-ir laud ? | ]lit t m-is.t t.ovv IJAVC bun g-, I-u; ""t K-i *hur- v -

hor the County of Franklin-Robert Mjers ; whom I was in the habit of reading alau I but keep it for my fake.; 'j[ post" fciiig the confidence( of a largo and col.istent ::- An extended term will thin iiold! ont amore :.if r he woiiIJ : JTui'ri -
Cuuty of JaiLcou-Elijah Bryan, Th. rcc ive i- a f! :.n i ft-jti.
M.Cuhj; during those happy and by-gone hours whni I "1 tried to take the hand which w as held I i portion of tl.e people, and the fact thi. t j tcmpti"g! recompense, for u: principled i visit from the Jj'' r.l uf the -ruri-> t -.ni tirut

Fur the County of XVakVaigton WillianiMillcr ; I was seated by your fireside, with your deep I out to me, but it eluded my gfa p, the sound I tIme President thus removed is re eligible, wci'hope jpohlicia.is to form combinations with malcnn-! | i uie 'g th. jirryai; hutorc h s r *.v I <' -. .

For},n, th the County ol Walton. J. L. M'Kmnon ; eved daughter working at the :little table be- of the clock striking an hour made me atari t I will jet enable! the people[ to vindicate tents of every cii', and espcctania of every j ;partfll1itulJ frr.:Mi! lsu: : t'. j.ui.Vrt| :.
Cnussiy of Ei'eanubia-I1cnry A. Nun>F, fore and turn head i (tic puro principle', and honcat and faithful I J. class, to cmhurrass! and
Cnr1e; Evn. us. Apropos to jour daughter, I iflU I my ; when I looked again, nothing i misrepresent thwart t 1 terUtrnmont: aad iitiuct. :. -- !

1L, re'lruu. from the Senatorial Dstiictn not tell you my friends, of a omcwhat strange ir-et my cvcus save the still smoking randlo I Administration of the present Chief Magis *[ the most benelici: mocistiri's/ind tempt evvry \nnUhcd a'.d l.e vas It'll I rl.-! ;. lu g vnti ;i i

vinf been nude according to law, the Mao.hahi! and startling incident which occurred to me on the table, the empty tea-cup trate. TI.o: first objection to the li'iutatio-i a f hungry expectant, I I'v tiia h-ipes of a larg.jshare :m examine the deror.v.io.is: oi tIe rr.in az1 l

**lthe' ncrtral Du-tricla. are lierehy required to for'd : the other night, and which 1 have examined I which I had been sipping my evening bevcr.j 1liability is found in the fact,
imm,duli ly, the return' of ilio t-K'rtion (i f all the rules of and l ook [ I the people are not capable of tsclfg to tlust the iilj'jrco a"
Srnaior J,, : by philosophy; but winch, age, my which had fallen on the )' ivernrnent, suppose : : of men I number of pictures.: Upon nearer i-specion
Utr po sevOn! to thn n ivi>rn ,r, at ;' nevertheless, I cannot I floor. I shook and J'aud must: fetter themselves in advance. Upon I hi oflicc is mure to be appreciated than tin
T&tt.thLseO, i I.i order tat ihi ret.ult of taid ulcction explain. mention it i mysrlf, tried to believe it i he f.jiind, to his tor.sI.T.e.-t.: Iliatthry i',r iucd -
.MJJ be made known to the people. 11; to }ou, as to one who has learning sufficient I was nil a dream, n delusion of the heated; !; the offeer, it will operate lo diminish his cfiorts of tho'-e whom change nlo-ic c:in affi>rd I Ia a complete Li gnpliy of I.H own Ij'c.! .

Given under my hand and the wal) of the Toriiii J 1 to search nut those ,things which are hidden II imagination, and I partially feucceeded. I I F inducemer-t to fidelity, and deference to the chance ofprefo mont. Each cfUce hs;: Hero he saw tipa the caavas.3 lhat f I.-J

tutor1, 1 (Ith day of Dccrmui r, 1840. j from the commoner race of men, ant! also a* went out, and walked for a time, and the cool! advice and counsel of his associates, and the but one incucibentiut( the! prospect of changiibri r lli-'i.lh uiYusenhud! ever beehiie fairjMf atlirncs .

.. ROBERT RAYMOND Governor <[REiD F1orda.J ; to a friend who. at all events, will not laugh air was pleasant to mv forehead : I felt how. Representatives of ihoj eople, and render him : "} hto tim field s\vann-i of candidates. :ihi!i iot I _. __ .1 _._-_. L.. 1A ..,... t.... I .. .. -

- .-c- utuvcrnor at me, or call that buy, which 11, However ever, a strange dread of returning to my imc.tuiroug hull wii'iiJ, uvmuuu uss.mi:. v.lsom act in concert 10 create a vacancy, pwerveJ him from iiv.u-iie p'l.-}

.cCAii.Secre1&Iyo1FkridR. 20 strictly and uncompromisingly true. chamber, and I actually had the weakness to that no merit cat< secure him a continuance t t trusting to their chance of success i.i th-s COIN lie !t't.hcU imr.ieltlirSt.! rcjroie.iietir. as .; itnt,3.t i-._ -

ri, Hodffsouf Female Seminary. "You must know, that on Friday evening spend the remainder of the night at an inn in of'public confidence. It takes from the incumbent t flict to fill it. The triumph of unprincipled eipir'trg. wlie. his ..r r .

WILL be opened in Taltahanrco. flu the first last, U having been a very beautiful day, with he adjacent street. that hope of reward, which w the men must now be brief; and the people, who ed by na ael:: geithy !.:'iab.i ;& .

' in December, in the lover dory an almost eummcr clearness atmosphere I "The next morning I returned home, and strongest incentive to virtuous eflbrts. All may be deluded for a time, rome slowly but trils. the'ritcur.ve-

Li Hie building occupied by the Masonic' Lodge. was sitting in my chamber, reading Jean smiled at the folly of the night before; but I his measures would be temporary, for few certainly to a jut unit enlightened j lament; ed, were pertectl_, Ctinular: 'w .
Hodgson engages tu leach all the branches Paul, (being utterly will confess men would engage iu such as required cxtcn. before the evils misiulc become irremrlia.Ic nud '
5Ij required in liberal fatigued by se\ era hours'bard to you that I have sometimes ::iJi KK-d rainy things v her \ .K* I* : !
) m. English rdacalinna. study), and inhaling cloud since felt sire and importantlabors, ar.d promised last they m iy be arrested l hy' a new elreti-n. bctbre( idt-r&.Oi'd. '
dLp |>y her exertion in the promotion of her a fragrant uneasy, when the studies of the cr.tJ v/.i-- ..ul **r.ploxed .

psph their several studios, to render the iiibtitun from Meertchaum you were kind enough lay over, I have sat alone by my fireside, and ing benefits: to the country, when it was osceitained The[ idea that the" people ought to exclude htm v\ilh uitr.y: : t'o.i; u,.. J n.eaiucss. .- .vh v 4* '-. -

bcImworthy ,, patronage ol the public. to present me with ou the day when wo memory, (despite of my efforts), has retraced thai their term oh'chico must expire inert from office for no other cause than that Amucg t I*? % **.* i C** ** ..

51t1Jodison will M assisted by her neice, Miss parted at the gates of Gottingcn ; when com. he scene of that evening."I before they ore perfected a.d fairly! tested; hey have proved themselves worthy of their Iy struck itt5 a 1,1cur.vjr.( nl.irhla' r .
unitswho can produce bst.scIorJ( reference they would be liable to bo confidence is of those frantic / J-
ing lo a certain pue8ngedegcnptive of pe.rverted and one ; notions i.iihin .'
f"M a shady rent r.s tr.o hi'.nor4
must *
Moi-ic and Tes her.L now apologize to for having tir4a [If"h'ivc -
Literary you
A Mmpetml Awirtant garden at evening tide, where the moon was detained thwarted by a successor, who \yould feel no which, however plausible it may seem, has no ; would I bc':: : it.brtiil '
' has also been engaged for you by so long and so dull an >H. ambition iiev ; ; > >t :;:'r 3zi; h .
!'cltipics l required.. sleeping us n. dead one, and beyond the or. tie, but, knowing the kindliness of'your CJ dis- lo perfect measures, the1 credit und foundation in sober reason. If a Prcajdoi2ts{ received tiit i ii Ins anus, and L.: < .'a U'u fa -

-7*Th,*''dcd SebolastioTcrm, will c 'nsht o rtglit! months chard the son's.red evening clouds had fallen position, I do not despair of b ing forgiven. honor ot which would Le ascVibcd to his has lost. public confidence, he may Incxcht- of hss di ce .l.-Tbce iiwrcifuti.o \\i

* into two Scwionn f four rnonths each. like: summer .rose leaves and the predecess-rs. It is not humSih nature to dud from office, now ; the prov isior, would'onlv r.f (J.IbhheJ! hiui
>$Ulion to take nUrn t\\e\ the evening Place me, I beseech you, at the feet of ; xx.'h! j >y a I r..tiuJveved :
ml C< -
TERMS, PER SESSIONS glancing butterfly, above the rosy red. depriv. t o see in more real o form- than I did- few- ansi negieci our own, or 10 onng ourscivcs 10 arc woll pleaseu. i lie pretence, iii them all an PSUZV'IWU gooJL'ess-
n
TtogIsph* iy and Reading, $10.00 ing no..single; eta t let of iu light.. I was not nights since. I am, my dear friend and a belief that they aro niort) promising and also, that experience has aflorded army new and mercy far b >y on J iI! that h7fsjinn_... ri. i _

if l"wc bov*, with Writing and A/ithmetif, 12 00( unnaturally carried away by my imagination, f es9r, over your,devoted disciple, pro worthy of cultivation.1 Tl us, even virtuousahibiliorf'wiirbe'd'iscouraged l lights upon this question, is altogether illusory. i'ed. Suddenly 5a- -attention wcs nrrrbtctl by .-

- ,Ancient with English Grammar, GeograPy and transported in fancy to our little summer "IIERuz.tNN Vow G." and its energies The arguments on both.sides! are based upon I a rap at tho duo?. The lord of the nwtt-ioa :


'rh4 .frith Jfstural PhHosophy, A tror iaoo'S. ( ,* when letting [he book drop upon my If there is any danger that the Executive i a question depending upon the operation of ed. So powerful -end ovcrvrhchnugv! ..aad .

OQu jr, Bolaty, Composition, Rhetoric, Lor' kheeI fell into :n deep and unprofitable, Reply ofProJestor Crump lo his Friend and can, by corruption or violence, usurp any conflicting motives upqn the conduct of men, 1 withal of btich singular beauty was his op-. .

B.ieJrh"D"lry._ sftd Mathematics, 1Z5.00 though Dot unnleasbg.revery, in which many Pupil. power beyond the Constitution, no induce- and was as well understood in the days ofjj I poarence, that he sun: !: down nt hb fet com.plctely .
of conscious day.
., j11, orIngru100t, ,titioH mornings evening pleasure were "GOTTINCEN, March 2, 1638."Weep overcome by majestic ;rccn.flis .'-, .
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"!and painting. do J500.4.00 traced,back in glowing colors upon my heart, .with me, Hermann bereaved ess- that no merit however exalted, considerations were fully,investigated j by thoso lord gently raised him t'&zom lie grann-*, .- :
cind the am no virtue however eminent, can ever obtain who'framed coustitutioii. ,. and maturely and faking bus bi led .
plain. "do" Mdo ;meitioryoti'wor4s.vbich,will not i be of'all that remained him terwaid i'* tho -
cheer
7.00 forgotten'utilU my (tying ,JVPflmenu| tolo tJi 'my: ago My daughter was taken ill last of_ patriotic devotion, the warm "well done' disosi Hamiltoni Jefferson, and \ aahingi i of
the
madetat uud of tho soothing Influence *>m me, and i felt.,once wot-k ana after'much i, a, ce grape iato the gr-lun.eti: ). nuda::
-. M.I .was wont toTed when, aftftrLwi suffering, she departed of a grateful country. the former aod ytwo latter exernpjifying their ter having bimself drajik; preser.U-'i it {to MM '
ilt151' g this Dfe ,
? dwjnciioo wifl|1 be nude far I bow on.- Fndoy.night, the 27th ultimo. The fact that the incumbents their conduct t beon'reelected. :
are inelligi opinions by harfng saying This is tho IT
hi alLen the commencement f the neision, you and your daughter good 'night, I used Jo She died as.;the. clock struck ten with her. bio! and tHo short new wtue ray FaU. :. \
; term ,,would fill Even Jnckson. who wus deluded "
$ for the cr'a
55500 tbos seek Kingdom. No had
ho .
. sb. tesy. befots11ti; ctose. my quiet lodging over tho good gardeMuller's list breath of and country sooner pana.Kn .-t T
she'epoko
willed that
,.-...-.-- '*8 ..there to '$tomter TwitbTtjcarcev a I should the you, with trien, whose ability and political influeace into the frequent;error. upon. this 'subject, that all imeiisy seisa'iau v.oi.cT: pcril-ct *
--- return betrothed which
---- -- dreamt ; you ring: had already raised them to the highes. found, by hisexpenence,thai4iis! own character love hadanw east out fefir, anJ la coo rrotl'
1OTICE her ;
rI $ I s5esIroui b J for ft.ponsi4ert.ble 4 time, haying ol l.. yon gave at in parting, and trusted that youwould I office: in the Union, full of ambition and rest and his.views of the public good, required with his Saviour.as nu intunato fnar.d. Liln .-
friitzig onlihi it
: her.
5 keep meniorjr'of
tiUtiliM less under a ban of prohibition, and ready to that ho should submit his measures, espccially the silver.
)
tIa &N.ires mIohsg 4bi IJ&I, 1ozTypipQ to.rjo'ouv whilst gradually$ the "Come that rippliugjorf a-suram-'t SCT, ha heard ;
me we y.
,
Sc. Ed.u.d nook Ui; eezv Irig' i imprewior : I. h vd detcribed! to':you/adec may .weep together! foment discontent. upon the bank, to.th'e approval or'rejection of fall from ks lips ibe grateful; i npproilK! :
over the fair,, the innocent, thd beautiful- The country will thus be of the. fter. much wisdom and .
7.trr (W4.) fnwn deprived of much people* -$ so Thy labors
are
myjnbd aod I work
bse4 ,, a Idnd of tBgU5Tand ub. .her who is before "and who in the over, thy is auprcd,\
over : '
esrn: hestitpmppucztieta ti) goao } p ofjts, besttJent and'malured'experieoce,I experience bos been bestowed upoiTthe qtjes. rch: and gloriou3 89. UIH! rewarcT. 'Fhlle'
Js k twJ i-rnpty dusk,, remninf 'pure tMJgenV figure,, which will become
a disc-.ua.ljficatFoh forjhe tj.jn/and .the conclusions of jreason still bring with nn unspeakabto bliss that .
The .ftrolbad burned glided ovor
.E godlike And roountipglo the'godlikevwhereshe t very"ofl3cewh.ere! itrmust.in timers of difficul.fy ui to'thOamerIlt, ,. wejmay well hcsitato his spirit, and slid into.tbo of uls
"
j 4 .l; very depths
will hover teckon hi .G.orgiiAusta.3. tb wj and'daDg hiosr iridispeosable'totba to giye ourco"nfi4coca; 'to ft scbema.wliich is I soul, ho saw glories. '
e. Got- 'suddenly
Uaijenatj-o : jf-xM 'gtoes
'4Thy:friend in i srr w, I public w ;fare. 'Thsre, are,'in the history adopUd tfVlwl'by'* P rty which'OKI ri.'r .: t ? -* _. Tii i S T SrdOtW4L f

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....,!ero taJ IiflBdc fcpcbetlw.\ Loftg4id ibeuIy that;Mr. Brnnc rtbe ,the bestcr their labors jralni I.' fr.-ADAi1fagaiflfltbis: : : ,lAbolitionjftoo4 beer e' "Y i'ei1 &, '
,b: '. ; (n/Botrelected.! )< Legislative ijpt i indiq&seata& f ftfjegr t r tf liMe read ; -
I impression of tiit*charming; :;dream,remain I Council l'for"'llii/county"i: i' l.lhat: "togef tou,1rf'aoo upon what p"ne-Ja crt.knd AhefitettEt14rolhog.he! ,. s f r which contain .liwi -UtW J,
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I upon hw mind,and ne, r could be ap of it baa 'of .e Y3ere toil l; ,full 'rerapiluiation othevidenceoi) the ;
without emotions o'f joy mod teirder. qualified himself by years and crushes thi e.Union of'these States. a; MTleklT&il.io_br i&r;
ness. i I the governor entirely overlooked a correctly for the most useful of all professions,'shall has notice i that be shall trial. Stronger evidences of t: guilt' could oiber; have coo* eri1
Mr. Bxarox given .1 t.For
S certified from of the of- Wants .
T return; one precincts labor at a rate which will not supply the adduced. We nothing ie
, i bill permanent reg. scarcely.have'been aee re "
-T't.-E introduce V establishing a truTa
l L!) U IAN : the county, and tokts'up" a forged return of nature 1" I, '. .
be
4 -- __' ___ ___ ular of emption to actual l settlers on which. to hang doubt,'and_ yet ll e h a..
.' from which carried the S system pre will be w
: ,. TU.LAifASSKE.: FLORIDA : I another precinct, The brutal attack, in the Star of the 22d,, He is determined to see if 'these:bawling a q iued. Philadelphia forever, .for rogues, sent t TAm r an e
the tf.required, -h
evidence of fraud and security
: EDWARD R. GIBSON, EDITOR. informality on on Governor Reid, bee wee,since his return to are'such 'friends the log and '" pipa laying!'" We would a'dvwe all ags J
politicians from the MiocosuJtles.Uon
.
Whig _
l. ._ 4' face of it I Among tue
Saturday Jnuunry- Q, IS-Il. the city, he has not gone as much abroad atperlnps cabin class, as they have been pretendfcg to the.rogues m the country to go'there. If they is ancpbew

\..... t In this, we find that recklessness of truth I he has been in the habit of doing at be for the last twelve months. Ho ought to do r.ot prosper,- in cheating, and fraud,,and paUbicfoftUTan.ba.sees. ,t-

t.1'i'i:: ; Convention;; of"iiorida--i.ditor8," .I which distinguishes that journal. On what I other times, could only have proceeded from a recollert that, the election being over, the Jog forgery,they need not fear a jury sent out to'bring. b,that Tisl w

will assemble nt Tallahasssee, pursuant to ad. authority is the assertion made, that the Go. spirit of the most degraded nat re. If the cabin denizens will not be wanted very par. It be, however, that the good people o turned with him, his son Cif u&
may
the 13th of vernor overlooked a correctly certified I ticularly for four years to come. By that i who' a 1x.
jlurnmcntoll'cdnesday day re.1 fact was as insinuated or intimated'by the Philadelphia think that, .as the banks are I ohr a new at For
It is the time the Whig love for log cabins and coon The .D
of the Keys.
from b .
1841. t turn one precincts arise ,00
January, Star, it might naturally be supposed to back them. cheating everybody,it is no harm to cheat the gone out
to
Florida Editors, ex.Editors, Publishers, J: mere coinage of the editor's brain,and is un. from the domestic afflictions of Gov. Reid. skins Mr.may CLAY come has introduced a resolution for banks. bring in his Cther. L bt. p
returned.
with the and oth. true. The votes of all the precincts, as certified tn, e
connected
gentlemen: Prets The death of a beloved daughter, and of her the repeal of the Independent Treasury law ascertained tribe i t .
Electri. ity.-lt has been by
i the Executive office, i t prospects
cr distinguished indiriduals, are respectively and transmitted to two children-the latter unknown to him nn I -not that he has any expectations of its being I careful and oft-repeated experiments that the cncr of the ar

inridcd to attend.C. were carefully added up, and the Proclamation i til his: arrival in the city, could not but affectI repealed, but for the purpose of keeping up a electric fiuid travels at the astonishing and in. now faUrg.i? the D'pt I

E. BARTLETT, President I issued in accordance with the law. As the feelings of an affectionate father ; and 1 political excitement in the public? mind, to pre. conceivable velocity of two hundred thousand collecting !eib 0

Contention of Florida Editors. to who may or may not be rightfully elected, those feelings would h,tve been held sacred, vent any cool, dispassionate consideration of miles in a single second of time So that if per. Seventy or eighty S fll.

Ac. I is not within the province of the Executive to except by the brutal spirit that prompts and his project to resuscitate the Bank of the U. a wire was passed around this globe of ou.s, tim since, already c tbeh1
Cotton :Tlorkcl--Excholl-t', directs the! Star the of Florida Bank States. lie thinks that this project is more we
decide. As to the right of Mr. Branch to a organ this subtle! agent would traverse the circum. their way in, but we/6 unfortunately O
Cotton 13 alarmed
12 1.2
to cents ; Exchange
!i neat in the Council, we have no doubt that he Whigism. likely to succeed, if the public mind can be ference, about twenty.four thousand miles, in and dispersed, on/seeing an 'tn4 TW?
the North, nonc ; Specie, 35 to 40, on small No doubt the Star thought it was pleasing hindered from coolly reflecting the matter. I
is justly entitled to it. as will be seen if Mr. about the eighth part of a second !I" crew, who weraTouf scouting. Beta
in market. i its We do not believe, it howev It shows the time, his political tact, I asmr.
amounts-r.o large ones I ; employers. at same have been
The
__ t Bembry chooses to contest the seat. as- There is a rrisapprehension in this matter.' ances sent, to the and
cr.Ve cannot bring ourselves, however, tbelieve < and his want of principle, in wishing to establish vnad' expia.
Life and Trust Co/upuny mid itsTerritorial sertion of the Star to the contrary is worth tiona to leave
\. individual of which he thinks the cooler Tho electrical fiuid does not traverse the lil do
is institution
that there a solitary an 0\
Bonds. !I it. and
. nothing, without sojpe evidence to support coming/in now,
; We lane been told, by a Director of the There be informalities ; but if therebe that party, who has one generous, kindly feel. judgement of the people would disapprove.Mr. whole nxtent of the line. The apparent motion Cha te's Harbor in about ar exp! ,..
11 II may of them. The main ing in I his heart, but mutt despise and abhor \ WEBSTER calls for an extra session. of the fluid is but a change in the electrical 'hGv will met their t
by
Life:: and Trust Company, that \vc were mis. we know nothing b HolotoocbXthe
., & the brutal spirit that dictated the article; in the< They must have more money, he says. The state of the wire, and is propogated with ; -
1 number of the
', informed in relation to the transactions l he. question is, who received the greatest principal delegation,) whoaapm!
what tIe editor of the Star soft of 'economy' and I retrenchment1are wonderful but the fluid at
must
I Star. But ; notes rapidity; one em4 mised them
is to
4 of votes? The! Council fully competent bring to Tampa from
twccn that Company and the Coal Mine :I legal decide that question and we doubt not think of his patrons, and ol his party, when changed fir the hoarse: clamor of moro of the wire, is not carried along to the other boat. there i a

: Company in Maryland\ and that Mr. Lot will to decide correctly, if Mr.\ Branch's scat he expects to please then, and advance the< money,' more nvi.iey: ,' increase: the duties,' end. This explanation takes away the apparent stem u The delegation from

. Clark has not exchanged the bonds: : referred !I, should be contested. interests of the party by such means ? lie and, if we COM, restore the tariff.' Yes impossibility of the thing. / to Coachoochee( Arkansas) b.

I I for stock in sail '. The them to sympathize with him in such after having fur years heard the loud outcries sent one of th m
: j- to : Comi) ny. tral ac. As forged returns, the idea is strange, expects Payment for Supplies and formidable of th I
' ., lions between tic two Companies amounts to ;'I and we can scarcely think such a thing pos. brutality. Surely, he raust have, mis'aken of economy,' retrenchment,' and extravagant We are pleased to one of his people,(who.Miccuki cil.
I few if can be so< in month, in one came
them and few, any, expenditures, one
r a loan made by the Ivfe and Trust Company : siblc. If it be true, the parties concerned in ; very with a request from learn'iahal.accordance, Captain J I flag of truce and surrendered ;
dearest of a tie
I brutal us thus to outrage the feelings: short ino.stli.! the cry is raisH morn mo. im)
: to the Maryland Coal :Mine Company: ; to secure such a thing deserve the severest rcprehen- of the human heart for tie gratification of a ney' for us: to spwlTi.j: I ; .....mi I li'.jro; nf t tin-I I: CnossMATf, of the U. his! arrived in I i hope to induce him to come 1. Tl Cot.

ci which, the Litter gave: a mortgage now 'I j sion. The infamous frauds practised of the UnitedStates by the petty political malice. thing can only he fiKpav: ? .1 by tl.o: "' iuiiol":: (the Cii 1 y,Jl'I'UItd by t thp'Secretary} nf War, to I i choorhee| hal an uncle in .the lit
various
.
% I i Whig party in parts -, 1 receive ..,.d in iJ for nil claims who has sent urgent entreaties to him t
held by thw former, of c\'eralthollsHlld acres and alarm those who k.owing: \vj.-at: : t'Cl! wareet: put y payment
: has excited our indignation, Georgia Politics. and listen to what: he has to "
,I of Kind,and: a house and lot l i.i i New Brighton, for our republican institutions, too much for We see strange things in these days, and placed them ill power.( fui supplies fur.iishi-el the Territorial Militia I sr.

I Inch} is considered ample security for the j us to countenance the slightest attempt at State Mr. CALHOTX: p -n-h-d .ut; his: c. irce: in during the pst'; :ar.Ve arc informed that
.| among the strangest is to see the Rights: relation to the comi .. m'.r.u.tistratio-i. lure*. I We publish a letter from Judge Mirror
I loan.: We are further informed, that the imitating them. Capt. WAITB is at Black Creek: performing
I
; ------- party of Georgia, under the malign \iafiuenci ference to saadrd'dr.ltioIl9 of Mr.! Cl-iy, I detailing the result of an *

bonds referred to, stilt belong to the Life and' Education.The of Whigism, oppose in the Legislature the I as to what the admi.iistratio.i! was I lo tIC, Mr.Cnlhoun the samesen ices for East Florid; I U A n___ :_._ frhtfk p_A__,_ expJtl h Col.
nAK I, iiiiu iue
, Trust Company.: It i is also true, that Mr. remarks of Gov. Henagan of South adoption of the resolutions below. We have< ti . Lot Clark Ls w-cr of 150 shares in the said it should! have his .iiial! The Great Conservative" Party of Florida.It On board
Carolina, on the subject of education, in his seen nothing of the debate on the occasion: those promises: : ci sdip-] l WaCC

Coal Mi.ir Company, on which the first in. I message to the Legislature, are admirable.We and know not on what grounds the party in port. 'lie should prefer, however, 'to have r is supposed to be hidi.tg itself under the S. A"JKS arrived 31s 18iD
stulmcnt has i,eon paid. these promises como from General; I IIrnson I laurels or under the nether girment of a great Dear Si: eW8 at Wa
I recommend them to the consideration of .
' the Senate placed their objections to the adoption 1 before leaving there that Col.
himself than f from Mr.( Clay. I Ic! wa st'thc Gener.! ewhere in the North.West. my Hu
There is still, uc believe, something behind j the people of Florida. The education of of the resolutions. They w ere passed better prepared to support the measures of son of the U. S. A. about"th. 15th instv,4

the curtain in relation to this matter. It I youth i is the most important duty of society, however by a small majority.A the coining' adm.istr.ili'n. ;-s thi-yii.id; been A leather medal will be given by the Editor rencontre with thp Indians in the interior of

may partly' be explained by the shares in the i and yet those who have it in charge, arc strange revolution has certainly taken told by the Senator from Massachusetts; (ph. of the Tallahassee Star, to whomsoever the everglades. With a force of ab nbefrmen

Coal Mine Company held by Lot Clark ; but I worse paid for their labor than any others in place. For years, the State Rights partyhave ; Webster,) that it was; to hu conducted! o i the I will bring information of the lost one. he entered th everlade canoe?,

it dues seem strange\! that a Florida Bank, in ,' society. Parents seem to think that the great been reproaching their will pure Jefiersoni Principle's.: I Gen. Harrison must already feel the tutelage guided by JOB, a negro wns caphotd
opponents the Indians in 1335 from his
;'.:ch timos as we h3\ bad here In Florida, 'I point is to get a little intellectual knowledge \ not being true to Southern interests, with being This allusion' to )(Webster's and! Richmond JefPr8onianspeeches must :, under which he is, or is to be, placed: by CHEWS, and ,ho escaped, and came mas into er,D.

hould be making large loans to individuals inS I instilled into their children for the smallest : at Patchoguc I: Both Mr. Webster and Mr. Clay have taken! at Florida few &
Cape
I disposed to pursue a time-serving policy; have made the Senators smile at the gross im. camp a months
)lar'J.LIId.. It was not expected!, nt L the time into their hands the administration that it tc'I I
I possible sum. The training of the tender iu a quasi subserviency to Northern feeling i posture attempted by Mr. Webster, in putting I The negro conducted the Colonel t

that the Life and Trust Company was char. I mind to the performance of its moral and and interests ; and here, when the mattci: i is; on the disguise; which .1 child could set Ihro',, i be, and issued the edict for an extra session everglades to the Indian town, and b wr-

tcred to foster the industry, and lender available I religious duties, seems to be scarcely thought brought fairly and direcily to the test, we see and yet he expected by it to dtr--ive: Virgi. !The General will have to obey orders and rounded it and fired upon them kj o o

the lands] Florida: that: the finds: of the instinct be have an extra session at an enormous expense I two Indians,and taking thirty! -eight prisoners.In .
of. That i is to come by or to least
the at in I
I this same party, ( same name,,) nians.Dr.
Company were to be diverted, to foster the DUNCAN introduced a bill fixi i :g the to the country,or be considered as not a good the assault, the chief of the bu Cbtiki
picked in after life, as it can: be. Parents from the test. We loth to thin I
up skrinking arc ka but
I time of holding the elections for Members! of Whig. He must follow their lead, obey their ,escaped, was pursued
speculations:; of other States. Nothing of the i arc too apt to think that il they send their that the State Rights party of Georgia hav; Congress, and for the Presidential Electors. f orden, or-take the consequences. What I one of the dragoons, and overtaken and s.b

kind, we are certain was urged by its lends, children to a school,where they say a certain been wearing a mask all this time, and thai L The object of the bill is to prevent I ho enormous I will he do ? lIe will do just "bat they tel Among the prisoners were ten .ann

when they \\ere soliciting the charter. I! number of lessons, and pay for it a few dollars they are just pulling! it off. frauds perpetrates by tra:1 fcrrilg: Illc.I \|him-when they agree. When they disa.I nine of whom were hung ; the t

We have heard: certain talk about prosecution i a year, they have performed all the duty The following are the resolutions refenre ]I gal voters from one State to another. Wt (greel Time alone can tell that. The. will tenth being saved for a future guide. T

&c. &c., and that we could not give which God, nature and society require of to ab .ve : I may expect the Whigs to oppose the bill, al i 1 fight hard for the prize. r(5 of the' prncr were women a ch
dren and
the ruth in evidence, under our Florida I them. They take !l.ttle cognizance of the "' Whereas In Government like I most as a matter of course. They gain sop I The Star,determined to make assertions bi were spar and toh
I a ours 1 at Cape .
:
iruch l the of thc post
fr.-uds
by perpetration : law I Von haw mistaken man, of the instructor to : the wholesale that the Governor has
your gen capabilities impart moral based the will of the people, resting says :
I I upon up they will not, if t they can well help it, throw Tins band of known the Spsa.
I tlemen. We are not to be intimidated from and nsiruci'ou. lie often and and i [declared loco foco the Indi i a
Council
religious : is, too ,. on their love, supported by a deep I ,any obstacles ii: the way of the proctice..13r. returns to ish band, and same who murdered Mr.
I a faithful discharge; of our duty, as the editorof : both unable and unwilling to harrass himself patriotic devotion to liberty and equal rights!: : and Harrison Cabinet. 'where it i is well known" no elections ban COOLEY'S family te and several others al.Cape
Clay the
a public journal by threats of this with such .k. And ? It is : a frequent recurrence to first principles! can ; held and and and
any I a ta why scarcely The editor of the Globe, who has just re i I been no polls opened, no voters Florida, Captain WALTON" of the %f>t
kind, or of any orler.ind.. We arc not ;i considered his business ; it i is not thought of I.In/.t but be useful, and tend greatly amid the i, f resided. By whom is this well known ? By ship, and Doctor CREWS. They a the
turned Cuba that he i is back :
to to
,
i shocks of contending parties, our says long
made (If! iuile s>,ch tei dor stuff: as thatcomes in employing (him. The remuneration will preserve the editor of the Star. we presume. And same Indians too, who surprised Co. HjtXKY -
I Constitution in its purity and strength ; enough to ascertain, to his satislacio: that since, at nnderMcCoMB's
.# to. God forbid that we should do not induce any competent individual to take And whereas, Recent indications warrant .. how does he know it ? lie does not pretendto a year Caloahtch
I no one will be appointed to the new cabinet,, of
injustice to any man, or any set of men, oreven i upon himself the laborious: duty ; ard compe. a reasonable apprehension that active : that is not friendly to the IYnn) Ivania say or show ; and he would have, e pre. recently treaty and destroyed ad te,8uDYh

. to a soulless corporation. Why should tent individuals arc difficult to be procurcd, exertions are now making in various parts of?1 Bank of the United States and to .Mr. Clay." sume. the Governor to disregard the docu.mentary on burne Keys, killing men, women

we ii.jure the Life and Trust Company and cannot !be procured until society becomes. the United States, to take upon themselves''J j We are inclined to doubt this. Can it be evidence in the Executive cffice, and children, and mutilating their be io a mo I

Why should' we wish! to injure it? It is not ; fully aware of the immense importance of the exercise of powers in violation, of the< that Mr.\ Webster will give the \MIto Mr. trust to the c. well known" kowletlge: of the barbarous manner. This bnd bill;

to our interest to do so. Our interest lies the the subject, and offer sufficient inducement to I Constitution ; Therefore the, Government of the Clay without a struggle ? Can it bo that very veracious Tallahassee Star with this'same Chai-ki-ka at he-h

other way-and surely wo would not do it i the performance of the task. Such is the I United" Resolved States, is That one of delegated and limited Gen. Harrison has forgotten and I lorgiven the Pensacola Bonds. ben the terror of the Suth.for years, a
sneers, the sarcasms, the ridicule, the drank white blood
from the Fririt of mere wanton wickedness. I vitiated tate of the public mind on this sub. I powers, and cannot, without usurpation, exercise tompt, which )Ir. Clay and l.i is immediate con. As we expected, the July instalment of in probably the Territory.as* .

If; however reports: :should: be going about, :ject, that a worthless stage dancer will receive I any power not expressly graued: bj friends so lavishly bestowed o-i: him for so in'erest on the Pensacola Bonds, was paid by any The Colonel thirteen (bar.
recaptured or
reep.:ctiijzny) of the corporate institutions of",I a larger l ward for her indecent exhibitions I the constitution, or which is necessary as a many years 1 Can he have firgoitu; i their the Pennsylvania Bank of the United States. teen of Colt's rifles taken from him Ctloo.

the country. in the truth or falsehood of, during two or three nights, than will means to carry into effect a power granted treachery to him in the President: contest The Bonds are held in Europe, and the U. S. sahatche by the and about a two thou
instrument-that is to as zmeans Irdns
t. which ih v.n.p'c arc interested, rest assured I. the most intellectual and virtuous of the coun..1 by that; without which the delegate say I :power 01 1Vt' think not ; and therefore we Bank pays the interest. But how long willit sand dollars olgoods carried off b tic

I they wil! fnd a place in the columns of the I try for a year's devotion, to the educatioHofjoutli. would be nugatory. must think that the Globe i is mis'..tkc.&. We continue to do this 1 Not longer, we pre. Indians from Indian Keys.

r FloriJian.; if we think the public. interests re. I, I 2d. Resolved, That the State Govern. must see it, before we can behevo that Gen. sume, than the proceeds of the Pe-sacola This affair of Col. HAIR .Y'S will d acre

; ; it. We the stimulated to do I from the Harrison will thus rail.road iron shall remain uncxhausted.I .- to strike 'error into the"Indians, and
: quire are more j There is a more important relation, how. meat, deriving its powers directly yield himself up( to the t m

this! as we can rcndily conceive how it may ever, between the teacher and pupil, than the !; people, may constitutionally do any thing for rule of one who has scorned uuel acted :I \ that is gone, the bondholders will come I about a real peace, than any thing tarb

l.&ppcn, that the debtors of a bank may be t merely intellectual. It is the moral I relation. i the benefit and interest of the people, which treacherously l towards him.: I on the Territory for the semi-annual interest,I occurred for n long time. The evergTadb
How vastly important that the teacher should is not prohibited by the Constitution! of the ___ and, ultimately, 1 for the principal.; ; What will no longer the refuge of the Indian.. Htso'a

actively engaged in propagating reports cal. I possess the requisite moral qualifications, :; I State or of the United States. The Star seems distressed, q.ute distressed: I I our Bank Conservatives do then ? fastnesses are penetrated by the white nan.

culatcd to efil-ct the value of its bills. The that he should be able to give hat kind of instruction : 3d. Resolrcd, That the power to charter at the occasional notice we have tak-i: of the Jr the l-taridian. Col. HAXXBY i about again to peoetnte

people who holds those bills have a right to which alone can qualify us for the a Bank, or any other Corporation, i4 not Whig candidates: for Ddcgatc. li -ui-ms. t. :: Mr. IjDimu : 1 have just learned, with :the everglades in pursuit of Sam Jones, fce
know the truth or falsehood of such reports. duties of life and us for eter.nily. ; the Constitution, and I i now having guide to conduct him to b.
higher prepare granted to Congress;; by think, or trys ttl'm'ke the impre $ i.!, that it'': some mortification; that an article appeared :
We make these remarks, that our cadets The education of the mind and heart is not necessary to carry i'lto effect any pow. Democrat has nothirg. to 01 elo altut LrI I ._,.,inc lime last wii.ter, in the Qnii.cy; Sentinel town. He is to b joined by several. officersin .

may haomc idea of tho wheels within n I must go together or better far better, wouldit er granted by that instrumc.t.'I in relation candidates fay at that time edited by Rev. J. Knowles, the navy,and < company marines, vbo
for
I to '
wheel that move these banking: corporations. be for our children to continue in the depth ; 4th. Resolved, That the power to impose Delegate to Con. of Quincy, Florida, impunging my motives, are now upon the coast. Energy hkft-U

We inclined to believe the information of native ignorance. I would not covertour : a Tariff for the protection of Domestic Manufactures gress,, if they happened to be Whigs.. They and consequently my svpporters and friends, wi soonendthewarand with less kft of
wt-to
free schools into theologicalseminaries I the are such holy and sacred things that'they than temporizing measures.
the ;; I or to appropriate public revenue in my efforts to carry out the Monumental
we had received in relation to misap. but it becomes the Legislature to guard, in for Internal Improvements in the severalI must Iot; be touched by a Democrat-nol College of Florida. '

plication of the boi'd as we had reason to every manner, the morals of the children, and I States, is not granted to Congress by the Con. event e presume, according to the delicate I have not seen the article, and beg you to A Credit System Looking-CH

believe that Mr. Clark was or I lad been, protect them against those sinister influences stitution, and is not necessary to carry into language of the Star, with a pair of tong,.' publish this card, that all who have kindly We see the reflection of our Ftoridi currency -

owner of sundry shares in the Company referred which make them any thing but good and useful effect Hiiy power granted by that instrument Now, we demur to all this ; and we have aided me in carrying out this measure, so far, in the New Orleans Exchange'!&
f l citizens. III the words of a distinguished II 5th. Resolved 'fhat the exercise of just as much right to mingle 1:1: the fray as the
to ; and a< the funds of the bank in any may feel assure I, that no act of mine, shall We there find a follows :
New Yolk had 1)r0VlCfiCiett, unexpectedly modern writer, Education consists. iuleal'n. such powers is fraught with manifest injustice Star itself and a better right, too, for we make them blush for their efforts,charitably to, "Union'Bank, at'Talh no sal*;
ing what makes a man useful, respectable,, I injury and rum to the prosperity of the came in more ia: the light of a conciliator a educate the destitute orphans of Florida or
,
: Field the President he "Life & Trust, ;
of course to Mr. or helper out of difficulties, while the Star is II 5prdd
d and happy. It is all important to elevate Southern States, nnd dangerous: to the continuance a to raise a tomb to the memorY of those who Bk .
would rot have scld drafts predicated on the the character of the teachers of'our free I of this Union." rank partizan, ready to go the death fer the fell in defence of her helpless citizens. WhenI Bank of 65*1 ,

cxUtei.cu of tlIIlSt funds ; ns we had been schools. The relation between teacher and I Major, and not disposed to givo the Colonel see the article, I will then be

told by a merchant of Florida; that !Mr.\ Field pupil is of n most responsible!' nature, and in. I 0::7"' We have not, for many months past, a t fair field. While the Star i is manoeuvring answer it, in, 1 hope, as Christian prepared a spirit, as to MARINE LIST-ST. MARKS' _

had told him, that' Lou Clark had misapplied volvesall that importance which belongs! to :,I seen: any thing in the Star, or its affiliated for t the Major, we say, give the Colonel a the Rev. gentleman's attack, not only on an [ftCrOKTKD *T K.-SCOTT, 'J*., DIF. C01-J}
side and submission : ea, otthe881' benefits which the Union fair chance," and offer assistance in :
the funds of the bauk: which was the cause cf authority on the one on pres our set. absent individual, but upon the sympathies!

the drafts being! protested ; and as wo found the other. In addition to literary qualified Bank particularly, and the other banks also,, tling the matter ; and this, the editor of the and good sense of some of the best and wisest $- .-Scur. ARRIVE'D Bash, from Bi'S '
Aa.l.
lions, no one, if possible should control the were to be.to the Territory. Wo hdar nothing Star says, is putting; our "Ipo the Fame report cUf"rentherc, in Tallahassee ; education of the youth of the State, who is .about the prosperity which was to come on 6rp/A." It is so pleasant a matter that the States. ,. D.c.28-&b.Str.laater.o. W At, (r.&t

and, In addition to all this, we cannot get out deficient in moral character. Who, I would all its citizens, if a few persons could only be editor would have ull the fun to himself. Thiswe I will repeat in conclusion S my utter surprise Me.;with 3& cler lumber,SIMhiogl lt-i.

ifoiir head, sundry recollections! respecting a ask, arc iho teachers of our free schools 1 their cannot agree to. I .briek,. 38? btneh '
authorized to borrow a few millions for at hearing of the existence of the articlein bandies oiiioto, 57 barrels .ppe! ,.12 JAU *,
rrrtjin Lockport_concern. Are they men to whom the Legislature cau own benefit particularly, and the public good "Marriage within prohibited degrees.-At question. 1 was'met;while m WashingtonCity ti i"l baiter, to muter.. .. ,

A w liter<< ia: the Quincy Sentinel, wishes to commit, with confidence, the great businessof generally. Not a word Not a word do we the last general convention of the Episcopal last June, by Mr. Knowles,'then on his -Slcunbomt Hjperioa, Capt1,D'D

education 1 What is the amount of their hear ; and we guess it will be a pretty long church, a committee, consisting of Bishops annual tour in the NorTh, in tnesame! apparent ( AJalaciela.l chartered- b/ the l.rt
the candidilte] Mur Ward and Col.! .
Jet Whig l.tcrary qualifications and what the tone of time before we do bear any thing of it. Thatis II. U. Onderdonk, Moore and Brownell spirit of civility which' had always existed: Dec. er. Boaidmsn.t1' P*"
was Schr.Taoftnt, -
Downing' know thai: they ure not such great their morality ? It is! not to indulge ,
my design a song which the bank birds are tired of appointed ta report, at the next general con. between us; and it was on that occasion, he ton, via Key WeU' ,iih mdu lOaan

folks us they and their friends. would wishto in necessary remarks upon the sub. singing. They will next tune their pipes to vention, a canon, prohibiting marriages with. accepted at my hands, with apparent satisfaction 1**.28-Schr.- Orrello,Stt fm J*.."*

S make: them out to be ; and hints pretty ject : but truth requires me to say that, as a .' ruin and distress,*' and they will sing as in certain degrees of con uguity and affini. introduction. to several ,distinguished with nid q to. Wm. -

strongly at putting them both down and class, they are grossly incompetent to dis. andprobably ty.-Churchman. gentlemen, members Congress, whose acquaintance Mz* aasux..Tangent. Ml Bait Wds'J
their)hijjb and sacred functions. So dolefully as they once chirped joyously, Key Writ ; ..to xft Ma liaUij (er .
charge and
kind regard, it is
taking up another candidate. lie names far as my observation exto'nds, with but few they will lay it alLto the JLocofocos.The We consider this an unwarrantable assump. fertune to enjoy. He did not then my good Vessels ia Fort D"'I"Ship

Messrs.! W. P. Duval Dupont, Call, nndDro..n. exceptions, they are very ignorant, and pos. Star is reckless enough to dd sot tion on the part of the priesthood. It is not that ho considered, either as "a humbug express,, Tocomaeh,H. Rip .j J *

Not a bad idea, we must say-but sess a very easy morality. With the poor Sound Sklnplasiers. for them to say who, may or who may not or a sordid mercenary wretch,;".or if he then Ui Aeton,Burroughs, f New Toil ;

not so efficient as a tbe' proposition ot Major : pay allowed them, wo cannot reasonably cal. Some of the Georgia editors have marry together. Let the. law. of the land de. to considered me, 'and acted, with such base 8usqu.hsunahi.i.Btr dJKharII,1! .
queer .
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GeorjU
\ ard's friend at Apalachicola.: : Choose 11. culate upon a better state of things. The( ideas about The Southern Recorder cido that Where do they get the,authority, malign duplicity, we 'must .come to the 'con. Tuscmi Lwu far-ork New York|

leader* and let'all) swear fealty and obedience : men who take charge of our public schools, money. either to extend or abridge the bounds as. elusion,. that his piety, sin 'rity,'and,sense ofjustice Billow,Lawrence N.York ;

to him, and let him decide (the matter. Lot and accept so miserable n pittance as the reward calls upon the Legislature. to give the people signed by the law. Ie.t. they can rightly, do j may do to travel with, and..visit\ the St.'Mark*.'William*, doSchtv

of their labors, ore'they who cannot get of the State a sound shinplaster .ystem." one, they Can equally do the other. The next receptacles ,of,iniquity, to be found -In"large Gladiator,-'_" muter r .

him hold a regular Court in the: ncarnst employment on any other terms. Necessity Verily: Georgia legislation, 'aod.Georgia po.litics step may! be'to grant dispensations to those cities,'wiUTall'the', : lendid'aurictions.which T.R. Bottom -, -terdicbarp$1 1

consecrated Log Cabin or ,one iu which the forces them to make the offer of their services and Georgia' principles, and Georgia who can pay forit, ,to be. relieved from the he'so accurately depict i in,.bis Gazette. :. .OUro Bkci.W.rriorKoU7, f ,

most hard cider: and whiskey has been drunk 'and necessity forces> the commissioners ideas of currency, and Georgia .judges, are obligatisns' -of' this church canon., The church But this U not a. proper moment for.a fulland Wouorrt,Pule S S '..

by he party ;let, each, candidate lat before to accept' them. It is now, in South Carolina, things. A snund shinplaster system bas_a great and! mighty ede1 t for; so do. necessary i inveatigatioa j,which charity VkrtwU. ,*p !*el ieola J

JUIQ. bit credentials! in form ; andthen, alter a reproach to be a teacher of a free school,u queer ing.i ought,to_be.done.! .1owethito rand fnend*, 8tAr.WeOVfk'j. 5
iUe .
,;evidence of The next thing on A0nwfc.raoda of being .5 ;AIsBnaai&bt; :'. -
r drinking two or three quarts of the best,bardcider it'IM regarded prima facie a.want At the Polytechnie 'Institution, Regent-st. ,whea-I,can'get'i/oopyof,the article! ,'Iti. t ;

Jet the leader, under its inspiration, of qualification. Men will not ellbarkolnuine the a rogue a religious plan for I.violating all London, there !i is exhibited one pound of glass, shall 1 be done ;but ,for.,want oftta* \being on ,L ; tBu i .r: ,
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for whom, the shall vote. 'Hie idea gay of .t of education, from_mere motives o1patriotism.5 the commandments! a legal mode 6T cheating! spun by steam'into a_thread ;4000 .miles long, my !way Wajhiagtan, i shall net do eo un": ,, wmlUftf odin

.. tbtf Major's friend part at Apalachicola is decided. You cannot command superior but that, by the by, they have already iheir i and woven: with silk Into beautiful dresses andtapestry. till, arrive. 'there. S J.,A. L NAW:", 8-. L" 1.-.. -
talent attaiumen'WithOUtadt1&tO com. 12lh I8i0. ,
banking fyiteou 1 ,8.1.
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..pwt Epbraim lJ&wk.., E**, >ll .f Lobo 1 ALL nole"or wpeo aeeouel, are informed_that, T" I of T.U. a fUjj hro t'ct .-'---- -- .:__L- -- 1 I

.- I a.tria i it .ade"durinx th'm month,,every rU, By: : -' c11AL
&awe.1'' payment of.the CSUfltiO, RoSaAiBaya&l Rei&.Governor. of BnJ.t1"J; tit '
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: ajaotnl trill be placed IB the bands of u..t, .r.ey o FJoa o-Teic Florida. ,. .
adjacent <
DIED'OD t AUCTIONEER AMD 9&MIS93enBY
for pa, .
coUedioa.BERRY'& -i.-i.DOWLING.TaKaha tat .HLt Lhaaelfia t. 'a known to that -
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the 31st bU atTbUfa, Mad.oo coun DRUG AND WHEREAS i a.d BUCS.
J'34I. 21 1'- CHEMICAL BUSINESS ; who con- -
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ASSUltE
ia the 58th year of her age Mn JKKjnTT -- i in the jail .
ty Vife Rer. John Broome On In l. city of Talisbauee, at No. Row, fnd and o county the und cha E.'W. DORSET. 8ft' .
BROOK*' of Consignment O '*w Jr Ike Office. :Br' upon .hOI ,..tb : On WEDNESDAY MORNING 'next ,Q-.EB. .
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of the late David Witherepoon Cbariotec, suitable! tor two or four Pe had been baa made his ( : ,
and daughter Two (or sale cheap fir CASH. F.nquire of Th'u.lit.or bi,' .of Medicines $c. he jail and Is pan no. I large;. Cp rol.i i the Clh innu, at 1 o'clock. I will offer for HIRE, AUOTI0NEER
Caroline. safely >
of South WARD 4. MAY. eV of the an efdentr reeotnmeud to the vie know ye. Tha I, Robert Raymond Reid,. before n.y auction re in, all tile Negroes belonging JIjH MtsstON.MER. .

_(Obituary oeit week.)_ Jan.2, I 1841. 24 ; Purlq knowledge and'Ion? experience Governor of FJcrlda, by vulue of "authority I to the estate of Edmouo; Hrowk VMS de. SALE S
and bosincts, with his 'extensive ac- me vested by law,do hereby offer a reward of Two ceased,late of Jefferson county. They consist of PATS-Wedne.days if rdayt.

Cfcelce aM Chemicals.Genuine Drop CIT ELECTION. TuaiManco European Houses with the most r reFpertable Northern and Hundred D.-lltrs for tb apprehension of tho Jaid HOUSE SERVANTS and FIELD flANDior 18 Family Orocerles.I .

election, for Intendant and Eigijl Council- his olectionl can be relied on. fugitive, and his safe to the custody of different ages-men and women, girls and boys-
CALOMEL; AN delivery any Store for Sale choice election orGroetrieefor
ARD'S LONDON Genuine a
of them excellent hand J
the City ofTallauanec, the jailor or other officer Territory of Florida among many working IN
BOW do Tartar Emetic; 1841 1, will be held on Monday next, tile 4th year or D. Cknutgl Patent JffeJicina, Surgical In.tlnmtHtt authorized to lake charge of him. AuoAt the same time, will be offered for Family use, just received from BaltimoreK.J.HACKLEY.Aac'r. -

de do Aulinonml Powder ; January, at tile office of A. E. Harris in this city. Paints,O Glu William Pasumore is about six frelj high light RENT for the year 1841, teparalely. tho I ..
and Dee"
do do BiDe Pill ttuinine M1uPcUetcr'a ;'; ,I under the ioeperlioo of S. S. Sibley, W. Hilliard an extensive assortment Frh I English couiplsxion, ant has been ufticled.with the white Plantation called Le Gnan, i 8. ULUMBER .1

Sulphate Morphine{ and Campodl, E quir 8. Polla will bo opened PERFUMERY swelling in right leg which is much smaller lying in Jefferson county of which, fArce hand red ,

do do do at 9 o'clock A.M., and closed at 5 o'clock P.M. likewise numerous FANCY ARTICLES ; of than tbe oUtar. ann are us nJ/irction. There are upon the place, SUPERIOR QUALITY OF PLANE,of every

do Acetate L. A. THOMPSON, I which he will dispose of, to town and country.1 Given under my hand and the seal of the Territory a r.cJ DWELLING HOUSE, and all the proper ,from the_Florida 'Work, may be

do' London Iodine Calcined? Magnesia; l' Jan.2, 1841. JutcnJanU friends auddealers, on 'the most liberal terms, at this loth Dec., It4 at the city OUT HOUSE. CABINS, \cn-miny of them obtained by applying to oe. Torms-Cash.Dcrl2 .
Wholesale and retaii I ofTallahanece. ** 20 BETTONfe FISHER.
fiSk Aperient Magnet Qualification of Voter: altogether new. -
Balsa Coltsfoot, for caught Section 20, Act Incorporation, 2d March, 1840. Ho .also endeavored t meet the public taste, the ROBERT RAYMOND REID. ALSO-At the sarpe time and place, will be of. .P FBOC1.ARIAT1ON -

Re-be EmUrooatio, for whooping-cough; ;I Be it further enacted, That every white male by establishing a By Governor, fered fer SALE certain Personal Property By Robert Raymond Reid, Governor oj ihc

Martini Liqnorice Fut, for cough; ,, inhabitant who is a citizen of the Un.tcd Stairs, Soda Water Fountain 11! dee J. AI"uT' Secretary of Florida. belonging to the said estate, coiisi,lin of Territory of Florida.

Pontefrac de a 60 do ; of the age of twenty-one years or upwards, who on a new tnJ highly improved principh! which 2 2 HORSES an<: MULES, WAGONS and GEAR
of the in
virtue authority vested Jaw
Juj0bcFa14.s ot illrary" shall have resided twelve months within the limits makes and renders the Medical quality of the wa. FOUND PLOUGHS and PLANT ION UTENSILS. BY me bll ,
I I do prockim and make known that
ALSO-A CORN and FODDER hereby ,
Aromatic Vinegar ; of said and ter more efficacious and areeabhe.Piirsc&IrrioNsFamily large quantity ,
city white male who
MEDICINES every person Sunday the 13th instant the St. Au. file ic the
of PATENT on the plantation. from the returns now on Executive Of.
With a general assortment shall hue resided Mecicines and Plantation ON upon
twelve months iihin ,
and GENUINE CHEMICALS.-for sale the county road 15 or 20 miles from this place, The terms of the hiring will be as fallow, viz : fice at Tallahassee, it appears that tile following
of Leon and six months in the of Tullahaasre supplies, put up; and the most strict
city carefully
a large russet calf-skin
POCKET-BOOK have been elected members
con.
duly of tIle
Store ofa credit cflvtlce uwm.'At with
and ChemiCAf a approved security. persons
t the Drug II and shall have all taxes and dues attention will Io the and
paid execution
R. L. BAKER, assessed of all orMcr. accuracy taming nunerOlf papers ulnable to theowner. I The terms of the ..d.iII bo as' follows, viz:- Senate of the Lcgisl.lva Council' for the year
2< 1t Berry's Row. on him by the raid corporation, shall be en. can be had at tbis office, by paying the COlt lr credit of tvedte monlht with security '
Jan 2. The subscriber a approved 1841For
_Tallahassee.___________ titled to yote for Intcndaul and Councilmen for hopes through assiduity, and at verlisrmcnl. Dec 19 21 with interest from the day of sain.ELLEN the Sourhcrn: Drir.t-'Vt1Uam; B.Eo"'Iish;
lention business
to
the said to and merit a share of
FOB SALE- corporation, engigo SEEDS W. VASS, For the Eastern Di.trict-J.mes G. Cooper, Jo
GARDEN
Ugh Wagon, and two or three goodHorses : Notice. public patronage. Adm'x of E. B. Vas-,deceased. sepia Sanrhez,John C.: Pelot ;

A Fur particulars, apply at this ROBERT L. BAKER. JUST raccived, warranted, growth of 1840. .lanuary2,184l. 24 For tho Middle: Dm'ricl-William P.Dtrv.il.Charles ?.
persons who are indebted to me Di-c. 26 S2tf Ko. 3. Berry Ru\v. of BIRD SEF.DS for sale I
I are ,, a variety at
Jan 2, 1B40 24 2 THOSE: : ; II. DUllunL, iMaditnn C. Livin? t. JjlriD.
Office- : 1 requested to settle the amount the Druf Store of -- --r --0-----
-- I MISS C. I RANDDLPI A LFWIS.Tatahapef' BY EDWIN. DORSEY AUCT'R. Edwards; ,
Ac lstr tor'8 Sale. of their bills before the fifteenth day of February SnlTI DPC. 19, ,

WILL se'!, on the FIRST WEDNESDAY j in :: next ; and also, lhoe to whom I am indebted, are WILL open a Talahlsleo on the 180 GENTEEL FURNITURE.On For the Western District-D. M'Lean, Geo.

I: next at II o'clock, in front 01 ity auction i I invited to call on me for IlIymcnt.I Monday of January next, for Girls, I GEORGIA FUNDS. SATURDA YMORXING the Walker, W. H. Baod,enb "ugh.
Vthinst
FEB. and Boys under t"e-lv ycare of age. Her schoolroom tStll/ANTKD: a small amount of Gco' ia funds, Given under my hand and the real of the Ter.L.II.j -
room, 2 Pianos lllarp, 9 Violins, I I I Tallahastee J. H. LIJNN. will bo in the lower story of Mr. T W for wh 'h a liberal premium be given. it 11 o'clock IViii sell, in front of my auction [ ritory, Ihit Iwenly-lourth' d.iy of December -
Boxes *Cb''l ''g">g to the eslalo Jan. 2, 1 4I. 24 3i CUER'II wi the HOUSEHOLD and
IfKSiCRl Term-Sil months credit I --_____ new house, in Monroe street. Enquire at this Office. 19 21 room KITCHEN FUR., A. O. 1840.ROBEBT.
joE! P. PCHALLAS. LOST, Miss SMITH engines to 1, all the : Just Received NITURE, belonging to a person retiring from I RAYMOND REID
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with IWO endorsers. EDWIN W. DORSEY I ON Christmas day, in Tallahassee, a Cherk on usually: required ; and hope, liy her ,'lrlcb.,,al 3clir. T. IL Betton, a ]large and fine as- housekeeping, cun.i-ting of Mahogany Tables Chairs' !; By the Go ..rno.ctary.. Gov. of FTa
PEr Sideboards suru."illd :
Jiu.Z IZ 24 Auctioneer. !I the Life fe TriiHl Bank, drawn by Lyons & I II II I the lroOotior. of I cr I"iil., tu render general saTESMS. of SI.iS! and LATINS, and r variety Parlor Mahogany Carp..tinglattra -or J. M'CA.ITB Socr

I Co., I'ort Leon, in I favor of M C Robertson: for I .r.ctiun. I I of other Pfain do. Most Mahogany Dcd- d'c26 2HOTEL_ _ _ _
Ftcad, Cots &c. of the
Ass't. Or.-Iflnstcr's: Office, ) $55 in "1''' ire ':.' linger of('Inntnr! Mill confer( I : JEf QUARTER Doc 19 21 BETTO. & F1SHF.R. aiewandws manufactured furnitureis FOB SALE.

T.t.ututlsE" fu.Ulth(> December, 1840. J .: futurity louvinjr iiwish Alil.i-r & Ruwle Pu'iLe I I .Jlthr.r.I'J' :sail Keiidimr: 5.00 I DmsolutlonolCopartnershlp.Copartnershi1 Crooks neatly, of New York. by use Messrs' valuable and well known property in

IIn.rrl'I.lIrd! i it litre f ir lhc purpi of |., uc thc pjyiiK-nl .r I tiC BHHB lum IM--U hli.ji- :, a\'e.! wild Wrilm:nml! Arithmetic, U.O THAT ., at present occupied by William
heretofore under I Jan.2, 1841. E. W. DORSET.BY .
THE .1 jni ami examining l.iiins f>r ""I'I.lif' pi'd. 'J'dllahas-Jfi-:: :. 1041.1) i 'I he ubovr, wild ;Knirl.i! Cr; inmar, (7m e"ri- I, THE eXiSting I I Iin Nichols Enquire conhi:tiug of the HOTEL and
I and of Baow
& GALBRAITH
(urn ,b.d to the Militia of Florida,prior to the dale -- __ I I phy, ai.d IlMury.. 1.10' name sty'2 EDWIN-\V. DO EY/AUOT'lT! i FURNITURE cxlcn.ive OUT HOUSES and

urth: rmy tcr into lie scrvi diMolved !iI
G. II.OROSMAN I I RAN.Y, fr-.in the nlisctiiirr! residmj; i in, iy mutual ((>n cnt.Thu MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. |I lic sale, in Marianna oo Saturday the 19.h day of
Goads id : ,
Store.F. carried in the
will hereafter l I.e
;
I on
j jan 2 2. Ir A.Q..M.U.S.\. M.ddlo; Florida, in Dci-ruV.ci. I I USICII On Wednesday Morning, the 3d February, ;< December next. if not previouslydisposed of nt ,
of JOHN D. who is
Ins nc:rfl man Ht-INRV: -a',, ul 24) t-.im old ; light I 'I' fubpcribcr uCCf fullowisg atj. 1,1 Oi ;i iMmc GALBRAITII. aU'I' at 11 o'clock 1 will p.lI. in front of my auction private IIsl!. If not sold, it will bo rented for the '

Choice & Fragrant Ferftimt'ry, Ac. fompli-ctcil" ; about fret I II mche- 'h>,h ; hi< \pro- II private sale ; ,, thoriti-d to settle the flairs of lie. late concern. room, 2 Pianos, 1 Harp, 2 Violins, Mnsiral Books. ensuing year. Terms-Part taah and' the remainder -

HOSE; K OTTO d. Dec ID 1840 21 ). GALBRAITII.ItAGGIXG
. C"l
4 Lavender Ru.tI unl Orange flower \\atl'r ; approac'rng; ; tffl n.lacy; and will 1 1 I.e 'iunc) ..11 rl"r Bread. !i A nOPE I II Jan 2, 1S41 24 E. W. DOIISTY. the day of sale, or Mr Thomas' Ballxell! of Tslithasee -

Bran' Oil ; Antique Oil; int-pcrltoii. to ha\c a scar cyst th ed;r of tinn -' Soda Crackers, I .A lOT of Kentucky Bajjijing and Rope, for I : i is authorized to conclude liD arrangementwith

.Almond Soap ; Cocoa-nut Soap ; ;.jlit c}c.broe. lie had, when IIa"II; : I lrotigli i SIr do d ._ Flo! low fur c.h.y A PROCLAMATION thin purchaseNov .

Fnilisli Windsor S .ar ; Tfcllahas, a f rgrd pasts until Cllri..tlla! "llich F's mi'y Uccf, I Dec 19 "21 F. GERARDIN. By' Robert Raymond Reid, Governor of the 28 1840 I8tf

Naples'- Sharing; and Cremdo Savon ; he will no doubt rLiiuw. UK he ran wri'c a tilcr.ibchand. lrlc; Pork, ____ Territory of Flori la. -
R. n"kcr' Tt.tt Powder Philadelphia! l'onlir. LOST, Notice.A .
L
Toilct Tofrdcr : ; He has relations III H.dlllond1.. rr'11 .
hlnl'lr.I1.; le Ink ; Tooth-l iu'hes ; whcncc lie w.is purhaied two 3!..r< *il/cclInd, to Boxes Cayenne IVpjicr Ta'.lahacecc: 'm the 7th Intl., a WALLET, WHEREAS, It is made known to me that LL.persons indebted to the Estate of Josiah
dl lo .'%I ul lard, IN .!OS, who wa confined in the Pindarvi, late of Leon county,deceaied, are
",tUih'J I 'k.! ; Hair-briuhc* ; which place he \\'illul LIubtutlefllJ.t t0 m,kc his > 10rlJuI tontuininzuiic I..Ie given by LewixCJouner to
i'U d Ponder Pu.ln ; Prri.liii.% jMwIIitijr: S ; \\"a\'. D.M.Graham: for $,0,00. dated abut the 1st of
1d'i ; *, iody of-r- Horn in the county of Lion ha the fubkcriber; ; and all those having demand
sale
Also-Family MEDICINE CHEST-: 'j J he abov.reward will be uid for 'his RIlil December inst., mpaya1.le in Jan. 1842 ; one
at the Drug and Chemical Slorc .f hcnxiori and clcliitry to jailor; ol ihi,. Tcrr.lo-ap;re- Dryrd l'e3ul'1, note given by II. 1.I Berry l-i Joseph Fair,.amount nade his escape from said jai!, and m now at will present them properly anihenlicaled. for scttlecicnt. -

R. L. BAKER. ryorcontigu-.us Sutcs "I. I him and I Crash Sugar in I,>. about $;liO; or $ with an endorsement of about large ;- H. ARCHER

TaHalm-, .'an 2. 24! l2t Be ry' Row addilion.il seward for the g-l und: an, I Glades biitt-r, fussily arlHc, $75 on the back, d.at"d in Jil. 18J9, made payable Now, know ye, Robert Rtymond Reid. Nuv.21,18t. 17 3m AdmV.
uJ'preluliol pro I l Ch.i Wines Governor of Florida, by virtue of the authority in .
I'urt,
Hlrr.wd recollected
note
Ilijiagibe alter date u* near as
to the ( white one day ; ole
oliclio 01'IIY for harboring DOLLARS
Notice. person FORTY REWARD 1
!
him his Buckwheat: Flour given by Absalom S.ul.to I n..Graham. for 21M.Flor mo vcvlrtl by laxv.do hereby tlfer a rtward of Two
wrrk after ilatf, I t-hallllppy! Io llio lion. cr racillllil S\MULL! : escape; Lot of whips as-virled, Irsl q'taljty, .da Srgar--or a equivalent current money. I lluridred I Dollars for the apprehension of the said WILL. be given for apprehending Ht-g..oel 1
B. : I
SIX udg' tI f Jefffison I County Court, for Letters : la ) RICHARD ox. B.-d. and Jl.ittras. >eti, All pertinns are tradi for the said notes, !! fugitive, and his safe du'ivcry to any jailor or other and CLARA. 110 that I get them .JI
"rAJmi-ii.tralion, 0,1 the rotate of THOMAS BOLTO -- Uc.to1 :1.2. 1&11 21 :\itCj I Oj-oile'd' the paymrnl of f.rliL t 1"1 l'a i.eeii! slopped, and new a I officer of the Territory, authorized to take again,or $20.00 for eiiher. Isaac ran away from 1
service of the UnitedfcuU TJu- Standard the Union, MilledjM-vilc.! f rf him. house about the last of October andtiad : J
Late a ,.lonlecr in thn : (lass warn of vario i ac kinds, ones w.ll1.e givuu in their ]P1 l ire. charge my ; on,
,decked. HENRY WOMBLE.Jmuaiy and Au, u.l:Ch r. nKe\.Scitiiii.! |, n ill |pldl| 'give i Decanters Llf'f.; Tumbler*, D. )[. G UAH AM.Ta51 The said Addison is about 43 years of aa'risl when he left a pair of blue broadcloth pantaloon, -

iMSJ4ll 24 the above 'lour weekly! insertions, and fur.\nrd l'ic' Win '?, Clunipa ,.',&.-C. te. } ,ha sec. Dec. ( 20 3 comp! xion and red hair ; has lost his! front teeth ; and a coarse Im.ey wnoisy jnckrt; is about 5 feet :f"

-- _- --- bills Io this c fiice fir. p3m"III.FOR Cicaiu '.'hem ", for family uw, Miperior nrl.Bru Notice.A 12 1-: is Ihin-visaged very dissipated, mid noisy when 8 or 9 inches high ; speaks quick when pokeD to ; ,
Notice. drunk. much bow-legged ; about 49 or old. :
'hes of \\ariciu Kindi GENERAL MEETING; of the Slockholders very 5Ojears
weeks after da'c, I shall apply to the HUtt. SALE, made i-lolliintr, differti qualities: Given under my-hsnd. and tile seal of the Ter- Cl.ira, his wife, left any house about three weeks
Ready the Union Hank Florida will be held at
of ,
SIX Jadj.e Jefferson County Court, for LetltisT A tIrst-rale Billiard Table, with now I Bulbous Roots,.:great vsritiy&r.&c. their. Banking howe, in the City of Tallahassee, [C.. s.J) ritory, at Tallahassee, lhi 24'ii day of before ; is of a dark completion ; low stature *
.ilminsirauon on the estate of J. II WOMBLC, .t._ furniture complete. Uclcicnccs and term'I R.J, lAKL Y. December D. 1840. has the appearance of being crippled, when she

late Jefferson connty. deceased. ,,'ivetI. J. U. LU\\ ')e.gC. 23'f' 01 thejirtt Monday in February next, ROBERT RAYMOND REID. walks ; and when she ran off, had on a green bombuzet -

Jtn.2. U4I. 24 HENRY WOMBLE."AOMIN .r.'I.1aI>ec. Jan 2. J IC41 24- 3l I fjeiiiiinc_Medicines_, Ac, to appoint Directors for tl.e ensuing year, and for By the Governor- dress. From his threat taade some time

I ot'icr! purposes. HY. L. RUTGERS, J. M'CA.NTS, Secretary. back, I am apprehensive they are making their
) is rn.TOn.'S XO nCE. SUW.4KXEE SPRINGS FO R BEl' For sale at R. L. BAKER'S Drug and Dee-11. 1640. 02amn Ass't Ccshi r. dce0 22 way back to North Carolina.

OTICE N hereby given, that I shall, two rilHIS \\ell-kr.ou-n and popular(tabli.IH1clt, Chemical N/ore, B rry's Rov. :! Q U O R S Dec. \\l 20 t'. R. II. CROWELL.

1.l months afur thi, present my account, and JL situate at :uwannee tfprln;
vouclierK to the Judge of the County Court .-f Le- .l springs in the country, is offered for renl- POWDERED S.lnl.."" or, 0 o Gin. I r in lESE medicines arc indebted fur their name NE If FALL 4- WINTER GOODS.

on.lW a netilrtnciil < I f ll.e adininutration" of the for the ensuing year. The wntrr*, for n.dlcl:1 2" Old I H E subscribers are receiving, by late arrivals
Gum GU.I Myrrh, Ryr Whiskey 'I
MUleof Joseph! harley, deciased.30SEP11 qualities, arc jnnlly (IcbrateM ass equal, if hot tj- Gum Arabic Opium., Arrow Root, JO" Old Peach Brandy. to the manifest and sensible action or puiiying i;..,. "'... Vok .m| Boston lUoir4->'fc .f

F. C. hARLEY, prior, to any other -prings in the Untied Slaes. Sridhtz aud crmur.. Powdcr { piprs Holland Gin ( the spring and channels of life, arid enduing FALL AND WINTER GOOD, consisting of
311. 24 Adm'r. havebren cficclcd. their of individuals 2 Baggi.-g, Rope,Prime Negro Cloth. Fancy Prints,
January J by ute, Balsam Cnprifa, ''aitiIcs, 1" French Dundy.Rlct.ied them wilh renewed tone and vigor. in many hun
2 nub Linens, 4-c.. together with a general assortment .
afflicted with scrofulous
rhcumalic and
long drawn Oil.. recent arrivals! from Baltimore, will
Cud C.t'Jr by dred certified case which have been made public
IB the Superior Court Middle District Hrfnl.d f Staple and Dry Goods. Also
<> Fsncy
other and few htC; hens a
ever
complaints ; given do be sold! low to close the consignment, at privatessle
of Florida. )Plantaion. and in almost ev ry species of disease to which jrcnrral assortment of BOOTS and SHOES of various
fair trial who have failed to
a receive importar.land ; Refined Pelr.'. Fine Sweet Oil. E W DORSEY.
((11'1 CIIAM'ERV.) lasting benefits. Ral Bitter the huma frame is liable the hapuy effect of descriptions. JAMES E.BROOME A. C.
Genuine "'ighloii
110,2
B-'twepn Andrew Norwood, A-) The iniprovtmciUs Ira LARGE FRA.MF R. L. Bakrr'- anlt'peptie Nervous TonicR. Segars, MOFPATS LIFE PILLS and PHOENIX B1TTEttS Talhhsassieeoet3 10 -

Tllrnbull and Ezekiel J. Mooie, and HOUSE, fofficienl to accommodate about fi.ly ir.- L. Baker'. C"'np >:-uid Syrup; ('f Bitters, Regalia Sigars, have been gratefully and publicly acknowledged NOTICE.LOST :.

Aiu.ua' Jtickkon partner in *ride. under dividuals; about twenty small Icncroenls adjoining do do SaMajiarilla, _b. 0000 20.000 Cancones do by the pe-sons benefilled, and who were or taken from the store of tIle late Crm

the name,style and fir.ii of More I l CreditorsHill. suitable fur private farniliex, with all the ncrcs" d do Fevr and Ague Powders, HecM by Sthr Jaini-s Fisher will be sold low alpiive unacquainted wi h the b eutiiullr! phi- & LTM&. sundry QUARTER.

tJack.uu fur denllkl yes and oilier* .buildings fir the use of a !ar/e coin jany. W irranted tl cur', talc- E W DOKSEY. previously MASTER'S CERTIFICATES,amounting in all

.li'i way come ;in and coi.tribute,&c. Fi'.e.l M There are aso! TWO STORE-HOUaKS on Ihcprcmic (Jo! do Anti-I'ilitus: Fever Pills.Dre. lit, 2d losophical principles upon which llicy: con.equentv to about $, OOO. One of the said Certificates ia .

IIIVlIIanls!! : and John D K cn. & \ }'cl.1840.Jlbryeutcr I : >i. The buildings] _aboul_ the fjiring, are in 26, 14 'I. 12w2 Bale Rope. I. ct. made payable to Kennedy Rouse; another to Almas !. .
The force -
ud,innixtralnx: of WilliamCenicr good order. alhiu".louJ't, pmnj, The LIFE MEDICINES recommend themselves and the made the late
Superior White JLeud. pieces Bale Rope 101 sale by Ali : rest are payable to
Q
tc
lately dce.'!, D.-lcndaaU.' J .wile in complete for the repair w.mls,and coniforlx every arrangcinpnl of mvuliils -- I Kegs Extra quality While Lead, I MO' EDWIN W DORSEY, in diseases of every form and deseriplion. Their firm of Spengler k LymaD,T.l1abu.

TT ap1lurin to the Court by nffidnit, that the necesuary 1 '00 : ill loosen from the coats of the All are hereby warned against purchasing
; ; who may visit fur the Wiiiefil ol iheir licallli: KM do !.. I, di do; no 28 first operation to persons
said Mary Outer one of sad: dcfendantK iiltovnotmed ( do .2 do du the various and the said certificated.
or who rpcnd the naauncr in plcayunl anu | 100 ; I ITIullet. stomach and bowels, impurities
;
rc!iiiii< beyond the juria.dit'Li n of this healthful"Illlu"Itudion. : AI.o-nack thai I Yiliow: PAINT, in fcpgs, for *alciy Barrels Mullet received on consignment crudities constantly settling around them; and to Dec 5, 1840 19 A. SPENGLER.
C urt to wit,in the t-tute of New York. It l is ton- I o
,i A large portion of the furniture ncccusary fur i R. L.KEl. I 0 and for sale by E W DOREY. remove the liardcneu feces which rolled!! in theeonVolU.iOIIS SHAVING HAIR-DRESSING, Ac.
ertf and orJcred that the aid Jefundant, Maty Row.
Center adninibtr.ttrjx William Center lately the esUbli-tiincnt ill provided on the !prcnni'o, an I,1 dec %6 22 I2 --- no8 of the smallest intestines. Other J. SELBY
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deceived, du appear ar.d answer paid roiuplaiiiantkbtiS with a lufling addition, can be rendered ample bra $100.00 REWARD. Warrior Wine.fHlHC medicines only partially cleanse these, and lca
\\ within. four months fro-n tho nil IA laig slearn-boals con pany. :The und Suwunrire boat will river in navigable Ironi the Mib>cnbcr, on ihe n"t"r: I .u'jscnbcr' having been appointed agent such collected masses behind as to produce habitual and its vicinity, that he has taken the
sfth. 1 tpub'icitii n'o this urclr ,tlirrw' '5? aaid bill l-ir ; a regularly ply STOLEN the of _B. for the celebrated house of Aranjo Armaos, of room in the ADELPHI HOTEL, adjoining the
the and Port Leon. in t a many name with all its train of evils or sudden
between lll. negro cosliveueus,
Springs Madaria is receive orders for Bar-Room and that he is now prepared to performall
ilik-l taken pro eonftw.. ll.. fuither ordered TIM lie is'rbnul 21 -ld, low and thick now prepared to ;
Fur particulars, enquire of years Wine from the diarrhea with its imminent dangers This fict is the duties of B irber and Hair-Dreuer. .
lliitttui order .1 l in of the | superior quality. a
be publish one ncwppa- BE ,'TON.TallaliassceJan.2 -ct, middling! thick lij black, and had on, ll.Ud
J jtriiiVcd! and published at Tallnhatiiee in the 1 1.. LANE 4 hel 6t.len, a (!ark-e'.lori'd' very broadcloth coat. He | The Wine knowl io Middle Florida &the well known to all regular anatomists who examine Gentlemen are invited to give him a trial. lie

District aforesaid, once week for four niontlm. in suppoxfd to h"'*! bfcn stolen! by a white man, .WASRIOR' brand, was received from this house the human bowels after death; and hence the prejudice will bo supplied with Perfumery and Oil for the

DUld this 3UI day of Di.-cembcr. IT40. Alligator Line. IniHv from ilia FUI", Florida, ami! who WoS and is a guarantiee that a most superior article of those well-informed men against quack preservation ind growth of the hair.

ALFRED BALCH Judge &c. I A new ilige hue ,Ins been! ; lill..cltUII i l'c'lh' mil I "II I tlc direction of)lid I'' will be received when ordered. medicines, or medicines prepared and heralded to He also offers his sorvicea'to families in FIDLER.the preparation -
PARTIES
EDWIN W. DORSEY. of SOCIAL or as
Attest cstIIIh..c! 1 ou MA1I\\-1! tV) and \Vt-M Fl h'ri''j, wlicro, it is he
presumed Tho second effect I
.
the woild by ignorant
persons. be leave
and
TslliliassceNov 1i. Th40. For his character competency, begs
M bl I'e. Fa., (: him.TIIli"vf'. I
R.IVEI4LFOIWCkrk.L Arif ;
li.-1 I I.T wil tcr I of the Life Medicines is to cleanse tho kidneys and the
la refer to following gentlemen :
------'-- ______-_._:__. -.T! bell ion, Pi trian'n rt-wird wi'l !1o ivon fur'liolli of them, i: FOR .
IENT.ON and this means, the liver and lungs NOAH TUOMSO.V, E-q., J. W. CARTCB Esq,
JLAthcs by
P.-.NSAC:
lod ed the! bladder. ,
dollarn:! in p<>nn-
in the Post Office, Blackwatvr and FIni.laiuln,1u or lilly for t.tlicrafcly
ofLiterremaiiiing ll.e lit of next, small Dwclling-
: January a NOAH [1.THOMSON,Es l F. R. COTTE, Emj.
for a connection with where (taken writing to me in Ware the healthful action of which entirely depends upon -
Tallahassee, on the l.lof Jan. 1841 ; if not making TalUhatsec ty j.i upon Kitchen and Garden. Apply to Tnll,bn Dec 1 '0
taken out within three months,thry will be sent tothe Pen acola (all the \Vcrt, and with Alacon on theNcrtls county Georgia.: JOHN) J. =OlTIJ.Uce i Dec lou I'. !Itt40. 3i WM. WILSON. the regu'arily of the urinary organs. The *ee.

General Post Office a* dead letters.A cue fro inttnvLflwn or irf vlonty. A 26, HMO( 22 SIp blood! which taken its red color from the .5<>ny .r Public Sale of Real Estate.

-Abby Mn Anderiwn Walker 2; Armstrong mail slag line IN.:ween Mobile and Pe.llacola.complel" KOTICEfr'TRAYED NEGROES AT AUCTION.N the liver and the lungs before it passes into the BY permission of the Hon.County Court of -,
Capt Alan Mon lhoV CtnnetI iln.! Tit line the 21st day of December, a the plantation Jefferson county, .", shall offer for saleb-
R; Alston Willis 2 Allen Mihen cter
sItur Adha Monsieur. ; over the road constructed four years since or stolen from thc snbucriner, ntC on Laic Jackson, I will offer for sale to the heart, being thus purified by them, and nourished fore the coorl-house; Monucello on MONDAY

C-Branch Nicholar;Bird Capt Daniel; Brown by passes the General Government, from Floridatowi! f o J the house of John Adllon.1} milen N. W. ol highest bidder about 25 Likely Ngrocs by food coming from a t-Ieau stomach, courses FEBRUARY FIRST 1S41! so much of tbe Real

James; Brockenborg Wm H; Burnett Samuel; near the Chattahoochcc river ; the remainder TiiUaliass, a bright 10rre with a Uazc consisting of some House Servants freely through the veins renews every part of the Estate ol. James L.>P.\risii, lato of said county,deceased -

Barnes Jaaier Belts Frederick B; Bradly John; been well msde at the expense of the proprietors.I in his face, hind feel and a saddle-mailv on Cook, and a Blacksmith, a rough Carpenter, and system, and triumphantly: mounts the banner of as will be sufficient to discharge his just
to Penfcacola, is his back. Any information of said horse, will bo field hands. At the same time :and wit
runnii time from Marianna I the rest good debts, to :
fcltckbnrn Majoi; Broce Oscar F 2; Bacon Darius J I g .. health in the blooming cheek.Ioffd's .
Balls E P BaUxell Tho 16, Bryan Elijah; Barker: 36 .hours. The stages leave Marianna on Mondays gratefully acknowledged ; and any person delivering plate, ten head of HORSES and MULES, thirty TWO-EIGHTHS OF LAND,
; Life Medicines have been
Joseph Blood C H. Wedncsdsys and Saturday, et3 A. M. him to either of tho public st.Llel in Tallahassee or forty head of CATTLE and HOGS, a god Vegetable situate in said county being the East half of the

C -Chairs; Green II; Carroll John B; Crowd I I A. NIMS, ,shall be duly rewarded. .. Cotton Gin, Farming Ulcnsi's 5 bnnhrl.. Corn, thoroughly tested, and pronuunced a sovereign South West quarter of Section twenty-eight of .

Richard H; CorbellThor; Coleman Mrs Martha A I I For tho proprietors. MASON W. WILLIAMS. Fodder, &c. I will also offer, private sale, ihoPLANTATION remedy for Dyspjpsia, Flatulency, Palpitation of Townnh.p two, Range five. North and East con-

MjCoaJey Mrs M A 2; Cars Tuor. Crocker Sam! Talahas. Dec. 20. 1840. [Jan -241] Dec 26. 1840 22 i I cont.iningbetwcen 800 and 90 the heart, Loss Appotilo, Hearlbtun and Headache taming eighty acres. Also, the East half of the 1

&Cvpeland Mr Evalina: Copeland R Hi; Colernan Llmiii d LatbsOO middle District, Leon Superior acre I'not sold before the day of sale, it wil Restlessness, Ill-temper, Anxiety, Languorand South West quarter of Section two. Township

isbn D; Croaky Joseph 2; Cr.rt.ky Miss; Craig Dr H? bbl Lime, Court be & rent CAROLINE for the enruine B. WITHERS year. Melancholy, Costivene *, Diarrhea Cholera 9n, Range fourNorth and Easl.contaiuiDg eighty
J.ba A Wm P. John R. Lloyd, ) for 125.I acre8.
or U 30OJ Laths, Issued Oct. Ex'juof 11. C. Withers,dec'd. Fevers of all kinds. Rheumatism, Gout, Dropsiesof I ALSO-SEVERAL TOW LOTS
Joel In ,, ,
D-Dogget Henry; Dewey ; Dupont Augusta Daily for sale by TS > assumpsit, 2 .
;Damon Mr Sarah Cj Oorsey Monsieur.E Dec 26 EW DORSEY. Peter Copman. )I840. Dec. 12 1840. 20 I all kind. Gravel, Worms Asthma and Consumption Situate in I,.h.. T.-,..-.. .--F. .Mnntipellou--..--... brinir- -6 -nnmbera

Edmondson las A. Ueturrle to Fall Term 1340. I Administrator's Sale.WILL Scurver, Ulcer. Inveterate Sores, Scor. I ii6&i.; 63, 83. 84.93. 94. 103, 104.1 13 and 1 14

F-Fill Lamb P; Fisher Mew J D & Ce. Shingles and WhitcfPiue3OOOOO HIM HE defendant and all others interested, are i b sold, on SATURDAY, the 16th of bulic Eruptions and Bad Complexions, Eruptive Conditions:Oneha*f Cash, and the balance

G-Gramblin Chr. Grant Ed PGoldiborough H heicby "ti lcd of the institution of said suit i UAn proximo, a the auction store Complaints sallow,cloudy :md other diiagreeatteComplexionf 1 notes with, approved securily payable in four
arH\ M 2 GaroVcrd Monsieur : to and of R. J. Tallahassee tho PLANTATION months. CHARLOTTE A.PARISH,
i ; Godley James ; U.gK, by aUarmtnt. and they are required appear Hackley Salt Rheum, Ery.ipilas, Common
H-nOlt Ebcneier 2; Uagin Nancy; Hammond I| 20,000 feet White Pine Lumber, plead filed in said case according of Jbe late Joseph Harley. deceased, con. and the various other Adminislratri
In 0 T; llama 0 C; HavkiM Mi*' Helen C 2; Expected hourly an for silo low at private nlc.D to law. CHARLES S. SIBLEY taming about EE-EIGHTHS of land, lyingon Colds and Influenza, complaints MARTIN PALMER,Adm'r.*.

Hawkins George Hunter Dr lames Harris Capt II I EWDORSEY. Att'y for Plaintiff. I the Nortb.ElleetioQ of the land known as the which afflict the human rra \e. In Fever Blonlicello Fla.> Ja*. L. Parish deceased.

1rhos; Ouch Dan!! Hugh Isaac 2; Hackey Thor : : -- -- Dec. 23, 1840. 3m2Soperor Uutc SeUleDenl. land i mostly covered & Ague particularly, the Life Medicines have been Dec. 5, 1840. ( 9w 19__ 1
and Hay.
Haaue K; Healde Passaller! J I Oats Bushels'Oil', Court, Middle District of pine and hickory timber. mist eminently! successful-so much so that in For Sale or Rent.A :1

I J-Inslco Jcwepk A; Johnson D Jeter AlbertA I I 000 100 Hay, Jefferson ALSO-TWO LIKELY NEGROES, the Fever & Ague districts physicians almost universally -

4; Jadd D ;; Johnson .Wm S, Jones George; .1 sale low al private I rldo--. Connt.10bl a man and woman, will bo sold at the same time them.A'.l HANDSOME, TWOSTORYFRAME .
month prescribe .
this ad Tucker STORE sitaa. .
will
Jam.en Joshia.K arriv ) Attchaut 0 I and The woman is an erce'lunl cook a. eligibly
ICombeaa: .aK close the consifenaent. vs. \ Damages place. !! that )fr. Moffat requires of his patients u ated for business, near the centre of -f.
DmieL t nnnoFY .
26. E W }S Returnable to April Term I washer, &c.TermTwehe strict Rail Road Street, Port Leo A liberal :
-LngDrTLaAJ, Locket 3, Law. Dc -- Clement,B. .Baret months credit: with two endor. to be particular in taking the Life Medicines .

'weeTajddetts A 2,Lee J*me N, Loring Charles, Pork ud Batter, 1841. acrs, payable in the Union Bank.JOSEPH ly according to the directions. It is not by a newspaper credit will be given on gooC security. We -f
concerned will take notice of the attention of those favorable 1
Pork, invite the wishing a
Lftttia Tobiii, Llebetroat A. ALL persons F. C. HARLEY, notice thing that he himself may '.
M Milltr Marqaut Andrew, I J28OO K/Ferkin* Butter, (first quality,) of the above suit by attachment ; nor by any stand for lusincss. ;
Gen 8tph. Dec 12,1840. 20 6t Adm'r. credit. It
to
hf gain
that hopes '
their favor
MosWy Wm P, MOM Rembet.3. Bleier C, McCant win be sod! low on arrival, to CiO the consign and the defendant and all persons interested, are say in M'NAUGHT & ORMOND. ;!

{ *, Men Henry, Myer Jl. McMiUon Dr RabteMiltoe I mint w DOREY required 1 appear, and plead to the declaration NOTICE. u alone'by the mulls of a fair trial. Port Leon, NOT. T. 1840 15 tf

i Pete fc,XcAoliffe Mrs Mary Jbldooa Dee 16 fled in sail. POPE t STONE p'g'I1ECo-partnership heretofore existing under IHoflat's Medical Manual designed as BBLS. OLD RECTIFIED) WHlBKeTtfor ::i.

Jail". For Beat, ..P!c 26, 1840. 22 3m Al'YI.or PJ'ff. .1. tbe firm of Spongier Se Lyman, is dissolvedby a domestic guide to health. This little, pamphlet lIo _sale by MILLER & ROWLES.Port ::H

.P-PatUr on Ale, Pouder Ephraim, Perry Wm TWO.8TOXY DWELLING HOUSE on NOTICE. the.withdrawal subscriber from the con. edited by W. B.Moffat, 375 Broadway, N.York Loon I8lh Sept. 1840. 8 '.
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.Pkiiria servant.Renkhs A and North of after date the ad cern. C. P.LYMAN. for the of explaining NOTICE.--
to purpose
4 Adams street, adjacent tb days undergn.e Tallahassee Dee. 4th. 1840. his been published
'k K- H H. Rn.. Edwin 2, Rotinwn; Presbyterian Cbnreh. Enquire of THIRTY of tbe estate eZUKI4 BT. Mr.Moffal'stheory diseases, and will DO hereby revoke all Power of Attorney '.,

*"Miria.Eowlra George W, Roger. Mr. dect6,184O J. O. PADRICKLIJEB UTe.will apply te the Judge of tbe County Cour Wanted.TWO more fully int-sreslinj to persons seeking! I heretofore given to REUBEN MANNING t

8-Salty! L Strobieker Dr E L, Swain Horatio1S11mpttrJobe of county for leave to sell tho Real E JOURNEYMEN TAILORS to whom be found highly diseases and theeaases m v aroDi to the estate of LuJa C. FeirelU thia -1:

L, Street *, SlurgM Mil EliciMlfc VAlID.rIIE 1efnn ; employment,and good wages will boginn. health. It treats upon prevalent' 17th Nov. 1840. ZACH. HOPSOff. :

; 8wartwout Eimon., | Udmine ha opened a Lumber Yard t.l Ai deceased.JOHN SAUNDER Apply immediately toL.CARLTON. thereoC, Price 25 cents-for. _aale by Mr. N. SI 8;

T-Tuwnled Jam. Tawkioa Q, ThnrabyJP) T, .? contiguous .to the Preabyte- BENTL c Moffat'a agent T yW John Tradewcll Dr Wm.. -al.b.u the tOO ft Tallahavee.Ner.91,1851. 17 tf I Medicine are for sale by NOTICE. .-
V- nan an cberbn, .on Ill Decembr 25, lU I Adm'f. try These valualle Subscriber request all these Indebted to .:

VUrtA8.Abntr Dr near the Union Bank, and ha mad arrangements NEW STORE.FLOUR .- NOTICE. RANDOLPH- LEWIS.- THE .oo note .r open account to nail and set- -

Tbos T 2 U g B.Walkef Wil'it'Iliebard J Tt Wither.WaUer wit several mill in the vieiuily,by which be will aU hAMS, BACON BIDES PORK in HEREBY notify all porsena that the firm of -Dec. 19 \ tie i immediately..M further,rindnlgsae* cannot Wgiven. ,; ;. :11-

GSsrgn WUief, WC ,. ,, sbledtofernish.t .v *bort *w*' prime, Lard, Butter, Wine ia I PENGLER& LYMAN ia this day diMoiTed 5 .. All accoants nnsettled by.first f September {.. ;
Mr. Wyati'a I .
WUVUr P andQALBRAITH.
Wi T ;
*1* R* ; Fnnunf Tiba.&i. by Rerr ,, naitdoor to *made' btbe said LrsuJilnthe name ofthefirm. ,IL ijordufor&ebyDec12 > JoIy.K,1840. A3 LfiVI CA.<Olf.I >
JSsso.W.itGiorr, FWycb. H IIWidti I tc., R 3D .
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10.
PU. o .. A. SPENGLER.TalUbame .
oorin&
WIhsa Moniler. atp I.Hadtlej'c room,.bjr '
? Lost quality, and at GO F. ; Dee.51840. 19 I
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IuJ i-Kott e. for low-forcash, < ei4)'n") fin* block la; th4bsCrWAtpduinG

I'htII .ppy1o lhc Hon 1 IL M'1NTU&pift.rspctidLy ten Jen R over nni" Russia Fur Hal, Gentlemen's an4 la- s time io January .fast.- -, IIbn'r6Cac: .

1' J'o ; L orr County Court.of; fT Letter- ofAdministrator' .LY.Wihi profe.aortaltrt ,ic1cs'oth' rt\lizen\ of 'dy\ Caps, Travelling Trvin1tSvldo' Bags Travel tiou'cd i against tradinf ftrtbtfrai* note; A libaJ$ ioITMfi otJ9ktsBINlQoKs.

I AdcnnjttLUoft.n ..th. .t.t.. Jx' VHR (, iallabuwe. j l line D Yatceses. and a ffood asaortmen Cloths, Casi- r-cw&rdwilt be civen.to the nder on roturnmy it ir -
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deoe&4. s.s. iu-i; 1I<- purposes in future,to spend his vri'ilcrsin the m ere and ready made e l VM.J Ja'y4,1840 .-tJAMSC'WELLS.. tisdtoDQUIIIIIVOiee .

dsof,9i tL city, and t-umnicr i in Lflon, Gadsden ond Hsctmbia. I L.CARLTO. T .I'UflLlC, SALE r ii t 1 IT1NG :

L.Uoe tthii AJfflpbt.! Nov 28 18 --Tallalrasso-- -- -. Nov.- 22df- --1833.A'OTICE.. -- Y perruissien the Jloaorablo Judge.of- the _L eommehca uvei thu M onCou"' anljrcccivab3eui

MONTHS afterdate, I ,)ln1l aVplytothe Jo2ar rDCVAL,. _..D' Courhy Court ,Jcr&rsoa Cupnty, 1 1 shall On raMuin Boi,
Judge of lli County.Coort Jtfiorsnn coun- ATTORNEY AT LAW, riiit: Bob riber oflVrs for baV, his VALUABLE oflcr 1orku! Vcforo theCourt House in MwitietU and coatinue 4-days. fr fi"-all oa's m 1'. flOQKS

ty. for a tint! tleineul) inJ dUrlirjo Irtun the O2go i ILt Col. XVyatt's Crick Dpildut 's, Main St., _L PLANTATION Ott the Amionia lake l lo i, Jefferson County,on FIFTEENTH day of I Florida, or the -lower CoantiMof.Ooorgi*: and A ngell's School Classics,serisi No,

{irlmlnlRtratorsbip of ALEXANDER R MUKKAT, late TALLAHASSEE, FLA. b icing the l Last half of the N. W. quarler of ee- JANUARY next, a certain TRACT OF LAND, Alabama.e Arithmctist.*ii4.{htmmi5 W.oJrid ,

pf aa4! county, deceased.BURWF.LL. Dec. 5. 10 I ion t'\o, towii.sliip two, roio one North LEast; l belonging lo the estate of Ebeneze .Fosom! dcc., FIRST DAT-A Jockey Club Purse of $100-1 ph and Aas, W1liard'aGeyapb c,

M'BRIDE. t.lie Wpjit half of the N. W. quarter ncction two, situate, lying and being in Jefferson county one m ile heats. Olnej's tiograp hyad'Mai

:. December 19. 1840 SI l Adminictrator.NOTICE. ATTORNEY AM V. EtJ'II4EK, township! two. range one, North and Es&t. A'o, and a half miles North of Monticello. containing SECOND Di-A 7deie j dub Purse o f$200-2. '7, Playfair's EJCi4,Day'g AIgb,
COUNSELLOR AT L.A ti ito Cast half<,f the N. E. quarter of section! lhre, FOUR HUNDRED AND TWENTY-FOUR mile heal Grammar, Jtcob's Oieek Crammer, Vsp,5 Gr
Pcnsacola
West Florida, luivnship i two, range one. North and East ; and ACRES-100 of x\hich has been cultivated, and THIRD.DAT-A Jockey Club Purse for fJ Cf> 3 i t Reader. AdamYI.atin Grammart\a"Uoijtj>

[ IX wctkii after date, Irhall apply to the lion ILL practice in iho Superior and County I known PS the Fuller or Bcmbry plantation. under fence. Tha, Situation of the tract i is very milo heals.' 1 Book, Elementary Spelling Bonk i., ,, ,,

0 Judge of Lion County Court, for L.tter of ? Com I.of Escainbia and Walton du i tu There is about ICO acres of open land, which!,, for doirahlo for health and good water ; and has on FoURTh Proprietor's-Purse, $20O-l mileeats. > Pencil*.'Cyphering1 Beck, *, C riSUtet >*

Administration on the citato of Thomas E. Mur also in the Court of ppcais at 'l'aIlahasFec. fertility of coil, etc., may be rarked among the j ;it, a comfortable DWELLING-HOUSE sum1 1 h 3 best in5Entrance 10 per cent. { 8TATIONARY, c',4c.-

3)hyhate of Leon county, dec. Sop 5, 1C40( C ,. best lands in the Territory. Tlicse lands Icy within t (dent out houses.j And the following Sweep-stakes are now open Hudson's, Fuller'1 -Ames* and

loc.ltlS4O.1 20 BF.NJA.MINBYRDNOTICE. DIE F. S. ET1IJE i a few yards of the" great Armnnia lakr which j Term of Sale-Six mor.lhs cre.J.it, notes with and will 'bo run for,-if they an filed' before tHe s.: Writing and Letter Paper { Hnibjrd"*

Fs resumed the pratlicoof Medicine in all it&' pasturuge cannot be surpassed ii the world. '1 here i undoubted; securit"!. The purchavr can have if Jockey Club Race rn the three first days. 'and Wrapping Paper; Folio Envefope'1 Drit ,

WEEKS after date. I thall and tenders hi* provisional vervi- i it, alto a new well convenient to tho dwelling-1, with ; ,desired, with the and4 TWENTY SHARES of Finsr D.y.-A P.M-Mako fretu for all ages. Smile J Post and Packet Pout Paper, and ; -

SIX Leon apply :o the: ces to the community his oiBco is nl St. Marks', plenty of rxcrlenl alcr. !Union Bink Slock. heals. Subscription 200, forfeit $100; to bo j'scription! of BlankPaprr; Maynar/ !?' t

Admin'mtratiou on the County Estate Court JOHN, for Lcilcrpof f at the house of S. C. Spencer. Thu purchaser can have from 2 In 3 years indul- j AI.SO-t the name time, and on the name run for before the Jockey Club Rare, mi the furl I Walk.lcn's, Reeves & Kent' Black I & ?*

c :of Leon county, deceased. SHAW July 18 15 2l" [The Star will copy gcncc.the farm There is now growing. a fu! : ciop of com |terini of *ai% THREE HORSES and ONE OX: day of tho next Tallahassee Jockey Club Race. j Blue Ink, in pints anJ quart' WalV/S8-61/..* *'**

Dee. 1840. J. D. BROWN.NOTIC13. nit. JOIHV; if. rope on Fuitablo f. r the purth.i-- I CART:: belonging the rime estate. 3 Subscribers necessary la make a I Lace.: Kent's ted Ink ; German Ceryinj stud

O FFERS his professional services to the people III 'HARD II. CKOWELL.July I' HARDY MOORE, SECOND DAT.-A Swtcp.staUrs for three yearolds boxes, Inkntiindj. Wafer cups; PJunceinrf lnk .Si54

of Jc-fierson Cmmty. Office in Monticcllo, 4,1810. 49 Executor Ebcnczcr Folsom, deceased I mile heats. Subscription 200; forfeit $100; boxes. File Presses. Black Sand, Wafers

SIX wocVs after date. 1 hall apply to the lion over the t-torc of William Denhain $. Co. Twenty Dollars Ke\vaT L ,i Monticello ,1840.!: .:__ 17 81 to be run for before the Jockey Club Race, on the t lor; and sizes. Sealing Wax;' Prfcee- Albert of all 1 ce.
Judge ofll. County Court of Leon county M'mticcllo.May 30. 1'40. second day of the Tallahassee Jockey Club v
next .loria and Co
.JTRAYED on or ab..nt the tOUi October, ai moii Mecl Pens
__ Len
,
for Letters of Tin Ware ;
Administration the Manufarlon I r
on estate ofCiODrtEr small Races. 3 Subscribers to make a Race. Penknives Dcsh' knives Stamps
J. cream-coJored f (
JTl'C.lIVTS, STUD COLT) ; 3 cars necessary ndh Rubber ke" *
DJLTII | ifIE Snt'scribcr the abovz -
lituof raid Icc'd. contnueu to eat ry on ) &
county, old ; black and THIRD DAT.-A axveep-stakc for 2 olds, I I I *
Nov28.1840 10 ALFRED Attorney and Counsellor at Lair, mano tail ; his fore legs black to I I JL business in all its branches, and keep constantly year ALSO- -
LEVY.-. j7ILL rdcticc in the Courts: of the ..MiddleDs irs hnccs ; a tear on his hncl>, niadc by the f.i Idle. on hand a general assortment, which bo of- mil out. Fubscripticp 100; forfeit $jO; to be ,- Blank Bill Piper. Bilk Lading r, Note,ofhand.

NOTICE.IX V : and in t.Vc! Court of Appeals. Of-: Tho above rexvnrd, and all reasonable! expenses I twill fors al xvhotcsaltf or relail. lo suit purebarer'rM. run for before the Jockey Club Raco on the third I| change Drafts Mu ic Paper, Bfottine P E.
S[ months after date, application will be made I lice at Fla. tf be paid, on his delivery to the subfCribcr at St. j day ofthe next Tallahassee Jockey Club Races. 3 ing Card, 1 Ritchie's pattut nfr,pi* t
Tujjaanssrc, l april 16, 840 \ !Ii. FRANCIS, ( Copying pre,
to the Honorable the .
Judge of Gadsden Counly. .Mark, i Subscribers nect.n!>nry lo make a Kacc. apparatus rc.niplete. wt*
fur letters of dismission S. WTCsif. Hiliri k A; II e<1 iciis"rA'JTOUNEYS LoHg, j Sep C 9 Munroc street.
adniinistratorclu
an boms _Nov. 7; 1.3 ROBEJ1T II. :\ LEXN1)Elt.NEW' | Subscription to the above Stakes can bo made by
non of the estate of Elijah W. Sweat, doc'd.1ate AT LAW ''A Valuable Star & Cotton 1'iuii. letter addressed to tho Secretary of the TallahasseeJockey The Book !
MJLLEEItY I) DRESS Binde.y
of caid county. TALLAHASSEE, FLA. i talioii for Snle. Club any time before tho 15th Jjy of December fs continued where
ao
July' 18, 1840 51 JOHN I1.RIODES.! 'TILL practice in parlncrchip in the SoperiorCmirts MAKING; isi'u LIS I1MI. j! firr lIE subscriber will sell hi* plantation on the ncx:, when they will be cbsed; the entry tube ) f done all kinds of work can le
expeditiously a*
B Iieretofort
Admlnfstratoi-'s Notice. V of the Middle 1 and A paIacl.ic.L nf IIE undersigned most respectfully; informs; {| West sido ofSuxvaneo river.at the Old town. named the evening before the Race of all de'criptions made to *.- Blank Work

pemous having claims a
ALL David Willis, deceased, laic of Leon rninty ; offirc is i for the present, in the new court hous-c. she has opened a housn in the above, line on Monroe | J=cd in 1830, a I public sales nt a price "UO per ceni L Course, and has opened Training Stables for jrhanls and others. Deed.. Public Offices, Sfcr.

will thorn for D c 21 20r.in.Mi i-trcct, and lietucui the ftorcn of Mr. Frnm-js 1 hiulit-r llian any other I.irtds.old at lh.it time.. tin* accommodation gentlemen who have Horses j Books and Record and Docket
present adjustment ; and those _ i all other Blank Book
indebted to the said estate, will forward and Ales>r- Gorman JJ- Hall[ where) she hopes, ; They were selected with great care and Irouble :; to tr.iin. Mr. Gere w ij well known asan experi- j rhort! notice ruled can bat btaii j
come ad | and bound
:; Charics
settle the sitnc. JOB WILLIS, S. Sibley, from a Miiel; attention to the businei- lo merit a :and ho confidently asserts, thai they are not itir. enocd Trainer; and the fulhst confidence maybe 1 quired ; and warranted in any styli! m.

Nov. 21 i, 1840. i 17 AdmV. t'i-as: pritfcs'ionai'i iccs as Aic.rne: 1 hnre of public patronise. i P.15S1.1,1 hy any lands in Florida-the growth oxvhifii 1 placed in Isis safe management of Horse committed I other manufacturr. P4rticuar equal! lo Northern or any

Jefferson and Cotiiet1or a 1 Lav i n ilic ei'ilcti''; ftlc1 r.M5 1 t.f!: _HIW. ?::1. fi.ARKE.& j jgy .I cuiitisls '.f hwcet icuin&,, wild cherry, mulbcr. to his charge. TI1OS. BROWN.JuTy I rebinding old Boonc. attention paid t to
County Court.)[ ( $. {- % .lilie Fl-n-idt. HeviUjiiendal LI olice. ry, waluio, maple. m.igiiolM, live oak, and under. 18 61 1 Secretary and Proprietor Mus'e Books Ncwpapers.ilaTaifnt J. .

Eliza P, Barronton, 1.Mtarhment f-r !$2.J3 CO' jhe'o( iiin i t HiMiddleDXlrict.Ufiio TOLK\ m the Subscriber on Saturday niijht: L igrouih i cane. Tho tract contains 1,3C.JC:; o I Diss oi7sJion of C'oparlucrslilp. : I phlcts t.-inding, or l to .ratch, 4-e., in pfa.n! or ornatnenUl

v > Daxnaes >00 ulurna I i-i :Miiiu-of t Street I the buiIdii '". f3 | which there hasbren cl'-nred 275 Th l.uu I & 1 patterns.
u rmcr),3 > last, a SOUItr.L hoRSE, 17 hands high, a I j acrca. nV HE;: CoparliMT hip ln-rPl'iforc i-xNtin under Tlt: .'u!. criber, thankful for
Samuel W. the
Carronton. Nblo to Match Term Dill.c.unccmtu ; .. r.frujiinlbyVij.. Wil s4fl, flS Zt IUJl Stti \\hile hiiul foot, with a. large wart hi rhcalh, I| lavs one mile on the rixer, and l.voar.d :i half miles: Jl patrona re I,,
4.aI. rLrUIa wi.i KIKC l'tflt! .! ., ., Al.i ,. |.'il. >. { .10-ti _; ,-.---- I_____ ._.!___ I _jn_____*._ A....,' tsi..r! *.k s..i 'I ll.vttlno Tmn. I l.n ...riiltl., ft? ft A li/f'>r I t ihwslxl I a rid f.rm f>f Frincis&. Hart, :is Ihislav I.a4 heretofore received, hoi>e.,, by a lrl"t aiMiL.u .

.1: institution of the abnvo euit by nonce attachment 01 me,: IMVIl) \\ALKKU, iiifiiruiati \\illbo thankfully--n-nivcd------ 'ni'd; libcj.nIy | It is never Kultjft-t to ovi-rll'ur. One sxth it' thin!> 141"sI'.S(BI( nv. II.IIMIJI WM.iiiiF"i.i.II. FRAXCI-f, 1 I ) hIM tI3'tiCtO! men a ennnnu.incc P. ) ol the time E

nnd the defendant and all persons interested arc A TORXn Y .11' LA IV '. reivard.-d. JOl'l.N" B. (UOIlMAN. !pun' haf'o money In be paid in cash, ;trd tl.e l IuaL.v.ec I LEVI r tA1t t. Talalua.'ecOe 3. A. HAYWARD
cy tWILL / : JSl0
required to appear and pirn.) in the| declaration, 2' 8 52Wntclics i in five equal anni'al iu.Htalmcntviihirilrn I >t. llrwill I | TiIial.a-- .- 10ITIcdJciuc
practice in the Conrtsof Middle! Districof I Sijl. 12, 1840.
filed
in said --
uit. POPE lake, for of tl! ,
-
& -
STONE :
part a-e
a Florida his office is the frt room to the ri;liover t Jewelry, Silver Ware AT. at fair ires. further paic inorcy. ii irrtu"' i' Tiii !.n i'ir>s vil! I hi a continued in future }by Wil- and Deutisiff .
for For !
Atl'y Plaintiff.In pi ; : tS. ( .
h1trtIc11.ir> >
r-pj-.t I It Fr.unci. r:. A C'-OPKR
J B. HuH "-tflreiii i.'eUahaseewhcre he -iiuz 9 .S> 23M DAYTO.V
v021t'34' Nb 3n ma\_ Th MJS'h'INJr.&CO., Siiiley I> 'h'a'ltIua.4er I 'P
r4r., or t' tl.e -enL-r! alj I vices to I'IP i-ifizctf
always I.e found. cfTa1.ifs.i-rp
..jp have removed to the i j St. Auirusline,-if by mail, po.HM! to ',.' pat ii. r; \ > C.ti Vrarit- I'aj.rr, -.
tliejJusficrs'Con Court -- Jefferson Dr. A. ITI. EtAMXJLB'IAAV1NG tore formerly occupied bv Al EX.: \VATssONFcpicrnber I_ 7; I' i'rintiti paptr. Imperial Ot'rr ICIAN.: in Cor.SUIiGLON W ,& SUEGlo: Dzvti! "
my. tail's L'ri
William Gorman ) November! Term I located hiirivrlfrn Tallah.isscc, or I WtulIW'yatt&CflWlIi i 26, 18 tO 9 3mMTjosppfMiTji. Mi'diun and Di--j.y j Dr D. ni.'Ii.e' tuiMm nj- tjr ri'
| h.ipf-y to atfeud
fcrsl.is profe i-i'ial-ern'c.cs)] to th<* psibiir r they arc now openinirn beautiful 20 Fancy roFor. Medinn. j tocilUin nf
v M'Bridc.* > 15MO. He is to be fo'ind ut the office of Dr. J. II. Ran,: nui-ortiiicnt of artick'd in u ( .) Zlnrcs. 20 rnrclopeor Post Cffsn-i a- !; {-raiifFi of his ror'si'n.i lie IMS dcv.ttnI mall

Burwell > Attachment fir 3300., drM-a-e.-rof the Tcch| and .S'trfuv
defendant and all: others interested, will I Annual j CVi! t--r.s of !.'- h.11! iuh; face
THE 42 Lever, Anchor, Cy lender T Meeting for Idll& wil: r.urt't'n. Jt-t eriveci au.c1 for sate by : : and is prepared t
notica of the in1itu;jut, of the above and on the rallioun Conine, on Tn .day, the Olh rt ror j! ti! :: : ; '
Virjre Walchrs I IA.. !HAYW.rU.ili.S *
suit by aUachmvi.t and 141t'IV i'iOIt( ('. ; ltins. a. Diamond) On- t pera.
thereto, at tho office, of Justice will appear and plead rniJR. H 1' Co-parlm-r.-hip hitherto r\jFting between$ yx.R'iiiy, Garnatc; 4-c. ; lirondic, ?, a< Diamond, day of February next, and nintiniie live riays1! free t Ot.C!. ICIO. I n i neat rr.sl Iju! --tan hlmjD-r|
Budii, at Monli- furnny l H" .Marc (ieldin i't the I !I.- has a SFLKADII) COLLFCTfO! '
cello ; and returnable (the third of %'M. 1'. DUVALand'M.. ll.BUOCK-- "Mcsair, Cameo ; Knamtltcd painting Ac. r Jold rse or ; t. S tate?. i :, ebe: Lcr
1840. Saturday No.pcmbcr I-.NBROUOH; Las been this has l t.tin opened fr f'.c rlI ABT1F1IAV; TKET5I.

WILLI.U tual rn"htn( tl' ( as- Tea Sets, Table and J fcrert) Forks; .S[.otts, Second lay-.2 mile heals-Pur-se $-100. I 'ri-sj'tit se-.soii, by slit- subscriberand I if ( A (sine to which was awarded I lie p.'rmmm; it

Nov. 21. Ifi-lf). 17 3 GORMAN; Plaintiff., V.'AI. II. I3ROCRIN BflOUGll will continue 1 to, Cups; Silver 1'latid Candle StteLs (;ako I2.ts.licU, Third Day-3 mile heat*-Pi'n-e $000.1'ourlh ( ). j I ready for icccptiuu of vi-ilors. .-\rrarsgt-r'i.ts In th.t last Fair of f tre Ameri :,n Institute. abich

resident Aialai| 'hicolppar.d practice in the Apnlach.cola (Javtor.*, Tea Srl.( C'ofTti L'ins., and Spoon1- ; Culory :- Day -4 mile heats-Purse glUOO. I l i.vie been made; for the accommodation of a y Mill insert 10 Mrh a w.;>y that they wilt be irate.ra1 -
Justice's Co. rt. T i I'llth l ay'roprietorV! Pur.-.u .CO.. in appc = ) I'i'-lrict. aid the County of Leon, and the I Gums and Pistols', Canes, Astral Lamps': 'ulan.i nat'le mm.her <>f visitor, and ample Mipj.nt-- Jiiu |the purpum
Frederick II.r, ) Court of Appeals rcjgularly, and in JcftVrs'.n a nd tie i Clocks, Fancy Goods, ke.* (miles heat's-3 t'et in 5)) 'f the comforts, and many ofthe luxi rt -> .' I h! of m.i.sti'.atiori.. If t lucy u.s not give perfect gjtp.
v* > In Al iC t The Offiocr of the ''fa tli .r noihiii v.ill lif cIs3retI
en Club that ,
Gadvdcn A II of which invite euarei-toc !lhepiir tir tin
upeciallv: employed. they their ft lends and the! cuiiritrThose xxho patronize tl.i-; pj.i'-e nrenliqk
Joseph Lc rncd. J EMma i > $0. >es as advcrtisct! f.hall l-c befor j t LK' I II! PLUGGED :
"
CLKA.Vr.D&e.ic.
Ta1aaee.! ) No"v.20th."lSX39.STO ;; public to call and examine. P.tl up tnt the Fiii.mifr. WiiI!| find their i>iuatini! mo'r .'..K.I:! f fjthari
THE defendant and nil othen nterestcd, are Nice watch repairing attcniled to. I Horses arc started. J I'vo: !rr of i t iixunl.t The D !>. iz.teacts t.>iiSHi: ;J i. home iu TtlliliiJKe
A E. pcrsonallv yprir.jjji and U:nj-IJ I 'vx* "<' | ,
'- notified of the in-liUifionof the abovti Dec 21 SOlCtinivay JOHN 1). (IliAY, Pic.Mdti.1.: J in p.od order the ;ud i-r rxpre-o1y warranty: all h.s IVut-tOix-rtinni
UT
suit; of attachment i sued out of Justice Sjbley's T undcrsignpd hating leased one of ihefare --------- ------ -- ; --- ._;- PETFR \V. GAirTirr.. jr. >ci-rrt.iry. iti .iltendjnce- water delightful soil rvuis; l>> g''- prrstRt ar.d p'rnnifnt satNfaciion.
j ,
to the
/ : IIoi' and calL of the vj-ilor
/ in
cs Jl'/iarf Jiil.
Court on iho i4th! November Jatciy erected 1 by} aug 4 limit'ha La-he u&ilMon at li! .
third returnable on the MeLrp. J. &:, N. Hainlin, solicit! a sliarc of IOMMITTED to the Jail at Si. Mirks, a Negro j The water of the Snxvanncc, ?prin<;.* are ju thy I' -Mt'f -ir dwellings, erat Df
in patronUccciving s :i
Saturday December and ; C ? .u Ar} '.Ch.tnirrX!!
next are require' I 1 I celera! .
eore -tL
zi entIin, man named Sampsont.hr.rt and thick set, Edgley arrived in town, for their rneo"iciial: proj-crtiep- iri-
lo appear and plead as the law direct. about 30 of Well Digger is his j vaids! have f tr.J many _K-'on: ; jiatioi nr.il! advice frail* I* ort I 17
& roru'nrdiii Itu'.iiicss year* ste, say he bt-lon3 to Mr. t profusion. :> reat relief. Rr.il .lhcr, roto'i'd

Nov. g5.1640 :3m FREDERICK !IOC4DefVi. TAI'T & ALLXANDER. Nightingale, Cumbfiland! It-land, Georgia. Heayn : Where he wjnts t It. be well known, t'/ hi-aliii and xor by their use. F"r a i.eiant! I'cLAsuu.TE.XX. 6th Oft. 1849.

:: Port Lc.m, lth April, 1CJO 38Tin :- he hn' lived with Mr. J. I 1). Ryau, near Talla! : And cash is his decision. 4 au C'2"ColYoii re-oil tfinrigu thie soft:si'r un'.ni hu. &1.u.. 1.tir- rqui4l tns1sart.lii! : that hr. A.Coura D.tvo.-

Marshal's Sale. CAUEL'T MttIG. b asset,. The owner of t-aid Negro is requested to Wcig1iI. any other, situation 1:1 Fi''ridj, or tciissntry. !..- :; : tends ii,e.tateii! Lj.i&i. ;t a Pi>y>inaii urd Den.

virtue of a writ of ft. fa. huncd __ : hubscriber! thankful prove property, pay charges and tal.e him away, or THE ?ubscitbcr, appointed Weigher of Cotl-ti. !' tist: in '1'iIlal.j.c-e, FU.. e take pcantireiaupre'iii -
of Leon
out : _
BY I riu-1 he will! be dealt will will bo
to law. of Charges nioder.it'
according
Superior Court, at the suit of Fellow Cus- pist layouT,; Rcspcctifuliy :- an act passed at tin- lift '.> J our opinion of his abihtv i.> be hgny! luo-
*, IIKNRY LANDER, Jailor ion of the Legislative Council, in. j }:.G PO.NDEi tul in Iho'e eis.ployncnts. Thi
gill Sc. Co. v*. Frederick Gerardln, admir.ihlralorof -j: infurme Ihe, citi7cu of respectfully i opinion is luucdcd"ii
L Gerardin, deceived, I have levied and TallahsF'eo and vicinity that ct.Marks- Auu 2:. 1310.1C. f forms the public thai he is prcfard lo xvciirh t'ot-1 i JufifLif! ): 45 UiciiAti; > JOXES. our ji-r-K>rnl ncqcaintanre wit', Or. Dayton,

upon the 6th day of January, being upon, I I 3-fl ;( If:4: : he continues lo carry on the 6. JUUlUiAKO'S j j'n ton cither in this city or at the n.tilrond ILu--I I i! and hi.. repuiaiiuu! a< a Phvs.ci'jn; and I enlist.

at the court-house al Tallahassee, within Wednesday the usual, I j1t4iJtg Cabinet Making Ir/fin i 'n;; I{ J Ja.lilsvaruty Remedy for Dysentery, Diarrlnca, Summer j Hi"l! r.cales are maitufacrur a! the s.uue pcc! jt. i ri I I E Sucril! fr 'itfcr for dIe tlo f'ltowin j ar His education al thu North, n.iiibined with *
hour of t uuiseused by the United ?lates gprjoraHv! anil| J3 tiei'low for c.sI- rxpericnr its tl.e treatment of disease in ioun
Kale, I dull proceed to *oI! all that piece, at theol-l standof 4 Comjilaliilx! Colics, Cramps and pasrns. 11 h va
I parcel] and lot of LAND, and the improvement* u Blesi and Riholds opposite; '! H \ all the' aboxc complaint this .Med.cmc has linuxxNehy the ucighers ofcnti in the city of Joanne: Brandy, In half pipes; att! ; l .' J4.Ii C *Wyall's 1 N<'xr York, and have been exnrnineu l.y t-.e IM- I 11-.Hand Gin in bbi.i. xludious hatiil-j. rt:3l.t'y him lo be, as he h.s here.t.f.r .
&hereon..ituatelying and th.' Hiorc j.xvill |j.
">s >" c.ty "fTlahaesee *!- where he M. proved a certain remedy, both I In children and I ,
:[ ho 'e(.tor of f-cafcs and xvei Wlii-kcv fii'pn an lir.r nrnf.l!
h sj htsoffiMd >' i.K-irtl.nr
I r\f tl.A
> to 1.T in Io
kuun as part of Lot No. 1G9 in the 'j py rcceixe ir< rvoiii ins Iricndsand j i ith adults. IS'n morons testimonials : city..i in proved ti Ari
original plan of said city, fronting on Jcflercon i public generally. Sidcboar Is Bureau's and furni I. efficacy, which bo een where an the: given Medicine of it S coirect. Price of 'ei-hin' 10 cents ;per bale. Lard, in keys ; >n and society. -

street thirty feel, aadl at present in the occupation: t ore of every description, mule in a fashionable and I Prepared may by Robc'tS. Berntrd Norfolk i I'Dsold. 1). M. SHEFFIELD \Vetr.cr! of Cotton. I'l-iur, M<'I l t With these capacities for u pfulncss. the amTaWe
Va.
of C. Nuitz, as a watchmakcrV an, J jeweler' th.p.. rubstantial manner and on reasonable term!, and Percale in Tailahasse! by Ta Ha ha fa ce, O :t. 12.9. fAI Corn Hay personal character of Dr. (Dayton rriKl '*itimpiWc < '-

1 Levied upon as the property of (lit e.-tito of Uu he hopes( by strict attention to hut-in CHS to merit Sep 4 C \\nOLPII A I.EVJS. >Ull'Jil 1IOJ'L'L. Manh.iden and Cod Fii J in f.LN! fur IK to g-ivo hkn our be. t vijl-es: for happiness

dote Gerardin, deceased, and to bo n ld lo saUcfy aid: receive a liberal share ofthe patroncff' af tli ICpub1j. THE I I undersigned haxing purchaicd from G&n.j I 'i.xes Pickles, in quart jars and j.rosperity in a distant pan ol tie ruanUT

the aforesaid execution, according to lew. Forty ollii-s IJe\vartl. J JI BROXVN, that well I kno n est.i!>!i 300 bbl Lime. vilhoutxpre..*! iii our regret that his sphere of

LEIGH READ, MvrMial, JACOB BLESS. RANAWAY from the iiibt-cribcr, irsidinw, j in i't 'ment called the City Ilrtcl, in the city of Tala.! Mc.N'AL'GIIT & OK.MO.NU. action and usefulness is to l/c removed from t'Uneijhb.

Dec 5 19 by i. F. KACHI.ER. 1). M. N. B. All kind, furniture repaired on rca'-on-' n very likely MULATTO{ :' 'lI hasM-c, havenpeiiril tire house under the title ot Port Leon March 20th. 1:40.Jcvclry. .'>:!iood.
tCIRLnainrd
(;
i 1
abe' term Francis: sgcd about I K5 t ; pay-, %YIetqitit.tioticd ;J the Adelphi I loIn l.! They are now rnakin import- f. G. KEr.NA.V,3I.D
Strayed I &c.f"3vlltl .
the Subscriber the, 2Uh June, alirgc ) ., ; 7lh, IftM)-tf 1 has been ,for lInt ub'} brlongi to Mr. Fiihcr. She j ant! i imj>rovfinc.ts flnd repairs, ntid wiil 1 haxo by I Ilic gi. _'- : >x>(iribcr has or. K. G. 1'. WHITE, M.D.
FROM Horrali4 JJE.iD1tClIiIChOR1i'OU son.e tir.ie in te) ncigh'.orho'kd: of| u jinsumg fall ui ciliiisniBrick limldin irfctu' gra.: JtL hand E. !U.: I'lELD, M.D.
; formerly belonged to Mr. Mo- t. a iiand<
l'alhnus'
i !! ) 1 and vrry .oi-ic
Carty, of St. Marks, and i is believed now to be i in Tho tra-jrduiiiry n-jiulalion tlint! Dr. SpohnV j hime 'Sa':e.tV' The efovc jy vupjinscil r-vvard yet iI{I'!<> be about the [ on ihf properly, hereby they will be able to ac- Y-S-__ :; 1. assortment) f.fV: the ?. Jew. Ns.t7, 1810. 15 1C
.
that neighborhood. A liberal rc\\ ard will |i, given j remedy for this 4itreiiut comwlmul. is everyday appr-lueiu.iotI| a nil al! t bt-pau! for l-cr i-iinroiat; (' :4r.'fliers V i-'i'itu.r tui i> Coil fly in it (4 !: .. rry! I)lateil .3% :ure, Silver

for the delivery of raid H irc to my house in thin gaining, i jM certainly a ,m.iltcr of much atonisl I. |i\ercd to A. Ii. llarr..s rtaa.c al Tajha!! .'\pt uses, if Jo. j-alisfictnry ininncr. 'ihu,' Pnl.'i.* may ti | cn.l L- \j Spoons, Cutlery ,Si.. v.-hieh rL-i-Kr. 6ti! Oct. 121)
city. C. P. \t \hIlR. mt-nt. That wo much h tiifli-nng i-hould have cis t.it t. > scc, or to i iC. upon every alteiilion to their cmf.'r's., r I :;ci: he ofltrs frr tat w 1 i is r.si'il |_Tl e ?usrrilier! take plcaaurs In tiprei'min.;

TalIalia, fc.Aiig4 C tf | f for sgcs wthoiit, any discovery or any mcdici- X. B -.If the id L. J. MAYS. J josr.rn rjiosKn 'eruuuS. He will rr.'fivr i.twMippTes their hijh! cij-inion; of th' prL.fessouslskilx and .*
: nil I ptfvuitive I < ncgre.es Jmrbor--d by a. j DAVID WSLSSO f rti >n if I'r. \. C.
1N-'i'JIE or cuie i I' truly a subjccl of much dunn tli.- : DATTON, Surgeon-Dentist.
lute the ; \: tn'cr.
SUiEltlOI n man, extra stun of 10 will be
COUiM I OI'THK I; regivt ; but Dr. S. now assure% th* public that: teudt ; detection and! givu'ior TallahaMce, April 3d, 1840.OT1CE.. 3GUIIING W.1TCII nr.PAIKL\G! lis! erttiar.s: ; upon the teeth of each of the/
ie
proctjtiori; of'the ofleuader
MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA, j a remedy has been invented as will convince:| Hickstown, Madison co., I l. 3 I> attended to with as much a'-ihtv' ; a,.t! Vron1ite : .n"eriberOs! well a ninny r.t'.er-' in our knots
IN CHANCERY. the most credulous. The principles upon which it Lands ang t my absence from the TirritoryC :, ; S a- at any shop in the Southern rtx'Mry. c<* .cite univral approbation. Indeed,sack

Oliver /Jeley and Jamen Filth acts are rimptc! and plain. It i ii an admitted fact tor Sale. I .- David F. Wion! is u mv uulhoriscd Attoriit-v Jan :: FKEIJIRICK T -%Vt.E. iujsti es rare, and beat-ty of linlsh. nnrk ill tw'
,))
tint thin to pieviocb notice, "lo!: .. .
lately parLaer. tiadingundtr the complaint, whether called S'ck Hcidaclie PURSUANT Apala. .UI. .11. I. I t.iTillsluassse. Cort vtii;, may, as 111 uec3.cej inc suastnocr, 11Sieq'&enitiv
riership.
or Ncrvors Headache, arises primarily from Company now i.tVi-r for f ale and Au! 17. IS4f I ( mistaken for nalual.
firm of Bc ItyJt Filch Edward tnelj r. I fl mb. rri'trs! have this :
; the
follow Pine Siiiti'a
stouurh t-iiiry ing Lands in Leon .iy '
C. Richards, Isaac II. Baihctt Headache-thosi: who think they have the Nervous In Town 2 South-Ran r I East, section County.7 Th11tCIAN[ ; AHEKiN/lTli I V, &iic.t-; Ji partiicrfhiji; at Port I.t in. ii j.' r (llcnr.n.I Ji 1' PAYIS,

and Robert W. Aborn, partner t>t"mr.rh. in may the first rrt.1 assured that Hut the this organ, the 18, 19, 23. 2::% t'C, 34. ::35, 30-and fractiors unsold, 1C. commission MercIiunfb oi f Milii-r fi IJoAlrw, to carry oji :h.' : T t I 13? AC B. F. BENTON

trading under the firm i>f Richards I come vii; .tcd or debilitates cai'fcr, through system the xtomach' has bc- i in fcttions 5. G, K, 9,10, 14, 13, 17 and 2t. New Orleans.Refcrto & CI t2n1MISS1tu tuir.e :. D. C. ROSE _.

: Busell tf Aborn : Joseph CROSS BILL i and that only through the fame channel mupt 1, In Town 3 South, rang.1 1 KJIIecliunn I, 2,4, R.K. Call, and IL-nry Bond. Tlu-y have a l.tri'c and, cominodlt n wa r'i1onse, TIic Congressional Globe

Brewiter and Lemuel Brew\ter, roa expect a ri-fioration of the natural and they 5, C, 11,12,13,14,15, 22, 23, 24, and fractioas of 3 Jim. 17 1839. 24tf for tb.slarage of inerriiaiu'uir a ruth iiniit! '1, ; ar.d II.L be made up of hue daily oroeeedift"
tradinf a* J. If L. R/ewktcr healthy '"'I e, by fc'ncl u : atciiti( and
DISCOVERYAt and
n : V ,
; 10. tneis .1 f
prrm' in tfj < the
j function's of thu! sytcni. This object, Dr. Sjihon'bi (,'IIcl. two HHI.-US of Cor.jress; and thePCCCIICS'
S and Warren KeubaH-.in behalf RCL1CF. i remedy is i eminently calculated lo attain. The In Town 2 South, r n c2East-hcelionsSO and NG my ib enee from Florida. Barton C. (e.\ccuti.in of orders! to givcsili.-fctliud ;.. ail who S lit the members ronJcn.-cd.! The Joaiid
themselves p D
jf l
end usine
such other 31, and fractions of 1 19! 29 and may cntiuot s to theia earr.Gi:0. ;
a1 I
creditor of Jatnei' irulii of this portion c.innot be controverted, and' V2. 1'opc of Montucllo, is my ajM-nl an3 attorney. iajsi>r. important snbj-cU are :nvefl. It
j judgmeat .J. the sooner FufiVrcr with the headache become In Town 3 t South, range 2 Las.t-bectiois C, 7, JOHN F. TUCKER. : MILLER, is j nMiih.d as fast as the business of the two
Birge as shall come in and con, convinced of it the Conner will their sufferings end and fractions of 5, .tribute,tie..,-Complainant, In Town 1 South, 1 Weft Messrs. Relton & Fi.-her, Tatlahas-jrec! Each number
and in restoration of health. Dr. Sphon pledge his range --section* 23, SO ST! A G E LINE it ; will contain sixteen rojsl qu.lxt.
professional reputation on this fact. The 31, 3233; 34 and fractions of 1 19,20,121. UreliusBirge. and James J.Birge, may be had al the apotheraricn. remedy 36.Tho From Columbus, (*a., to Apalachirola, Fla. ln.t- Leor, Tcb. I, 1840_ 31 numbers fur every two weeks of the stsioo.

Pefenlanti.mf .1 in all acidity or t-ournosn of stomach this rem who'eofTown 2 South, range 1 West except Four Horse Post Coaches. Valuable lands lor Salelsubicribcr The APPENDIX contains tie i-pecches of the
appearing to the Judge by affidavit, that the is : tedious 2i, 2ti, 3i and 36' V LIE members
JL dy sovereign and invaluable ; as a general lam II.1y having a greater quantitv of al full length, written out by themsclyes
said Urelius Birg end Jame J. Birge defendant medicine, it is now adopted by many of the) At SL2o to f 1.50 per acre in current bills of the Und than is desirable for his own cultivation and is printed in the same f>rn as tho Congre-
above
named, are resident without the) Territory mast rciipeclablo ftiniliufl. ll never sickens the Territory. atTers for tale threw valuable p'antatiirns-nneu.it. wioi.al Globe. It will be published as fttt'ts die

Florida, but withir. the United Stairs: It t-lomac'i' or pioduces any of the injileasaiU: clTccisof These Lands offer advantages for pasture range ualed on Black Creek, about thirteen miles spcerhes can bo prepared by the members.
cast -
i is considered and ordered, that the iaid defeiidstitF L cultivation and Timber. Via Florence from Tallahassee Each
Fort
phynic. superior Gaines, Illakcly Porter's containing thirteen hundred of these woiks is cMmpetejn! >iUrelf. Butit

Urelius tht Birge said and James J. Itirge, do appear and Directions for use accomnanv each bottle.K. Cash payments will bo required for half sections and Brown's Ferries, (!a., and Incinton acre, 600 of which arc in a high stale of cultiva i is desirable for every !subscriber to have bot-
answer complainants hill of complaint! 1:. and smaller fractions of fceciions. All Lion, the residue because, should
SPI10N, M. I)., purchaser Ala. mostly rich hammock land, with there be any ambiguity in iJje'rjnopsi -
four
month from
within the of
date the
firi>t pub Proprietor 4ind li.ventor.; over these may be made on the u>ual terms of the all the necessary farm houses and outbuildings of a speech iu tho Congrssiuonal GW>eur
lication of thi order; otherwise the aid bill will For sale in Company; that is I-4thincaMiand 3O HOURS Stage travel from Colum- the raised denial :
ONLY
be TallahaFM- ly; 1,2 anti 3years crops upon this plantation' have not' been any r.f its correctness,it uuy b0 reriioredat,
taken pro ccnfeno. It i in further ordered, that 20 47 RANDOLPH i: LEWIS. for payment of the other 3 4ths. level New Orleans, in splendid Coaches, surpassed by any in the country. Another, abont once, by referring lo the speech in the Appeal.
Ibis order be n ft and
in the beautiful
published uf Lands road
one in Gad Hen and Leon along the banks the
newnpaper suitabln exclusively ol same distance, northeast from Tallahassee Indexe to both arc rent to ubscriber M 5000 CL
he
printed and published atTallahaRKer.in the for Chattah'iorl'ee River., ,
Djtitrict
aforesaid, once a week far four rnonilw. THEiiubBcribi'rbhave this day entered( into cultivation to John,Carnochan will a No IOSOld as usual, on application DAYS OF DEPARTURE-) jontaining land about 700 acres, of rich oak and hicko they can be prepared after the adjournment p(
Ikq. with 6Oor -
at Apal.ichicoln.or! ry ; 70 acres in Congress.
.Dated 31st day of AuguiH.A. I). 18 JO.ALFRED coiumidMon and 1 or tl.o Subscriber; and settlers v ill be From Columbus, on Tuesdays and Fridays, another in Hamilton cultivation ; and -
warding mcrilur.ts under the of preferred to the about
style McXiuil lit 6 o'clock. A. M. county ten milei- from TERMS -
BALCH. t rmond. WM. MrNAUGIIT.JAMES p'irchate of their settlements; provided they make tho Suwannee Springs containing For 1 copy of the Congressional Globe,-$1.00
Judge of the District Middle Florida their From Chaltahoochce, on tben'iinie I about 2000 :
ithin
airangomcnts v a suitable time. daysand name acres, a small in 1
: OR.MOM). time part cultivation, with farm copy of the Appendix, L0 .
Tail R. after
(1. VE.t.ro&oC1erk. 7 the arrival of the U. r.custs
Sep 1 Former S.
12 Mail
Purl Leon. Jan 20. 1B40 26COPAUTMJKSllIl purchasers from (he Company xvho arc Apalachicolavia Boat from tc. Thuj land is of superior qualiv for t .. cul Six conic* of Either of the above works will lu
... .. Iolaan!
- A BARGAIN -. ,, irectniffat at F'orlGainc*. lure 01 sea
isuna cotton. scnuurS5; ; twelve cpicsTorlO and a
t WILL SELL A BARGAIN in the Sui quested to sellle with the Sub-cribtr. or xxith Mr. rcrsons desirous ot going irom Columbus, Ga. Also a tract'of 400 acres, at the I lion ale number of Jbr ; sum. -
I TRACT THE >t>rrihers h.tve entered into partnership t Carnochaii Iho to New Orleans, will find this by Cur the natural bridge copies larger
OF LAND, whereon I now reside, laying on the fn m of J. B. BULL i- CO., and during scPkon. and most expeditious, an well tho cheapest on the Si. Marks, about 11 I miles south cait'ofTal j Payments may be transmitted by mail*7OSk .
as safest
Inn west side of Lake Micomickee, 20 mile .N. E. wi'l' carry on the business of MERCHANT TAI J. B. BROWN, most comfortable way, a* ii interjects and lahatsee ; half of this tract is a rich alluvial rol .j nil, at our risk. The nates opany iccprpor1*?
of TalJahaMeo tbt f Leon LORS both in this Agent Apalachica! Land Company. the great upon it there is also a fine mill bank in the United States in section ofc
and
ill County <> adjoining (place the city of New Oirice at Mr. E.Barnard's Brurihwick and Florida Line at Chattahoochee scat, with greater current a ,
the Land of Goo. E. Dminis, Es1., Capt. Juo D.Patieli York. Arrangements have been made for a con- jan 4 22 Tallahassee. making a travel of but 30 hours by water power than any in Middle Florida. couniry where* a subscriber reside, will be recfjjj

and others containing 640 acre of rich oak slant and full supply) of Cloths, C'lcsimcre' Vcbt- the whole route. Time from Columbus stages through These lands will be sold at moderate prices, and veil. ,. .-- .V

end hickory, and hammock Und*:two hundred arid nz,, etc. and a large assortment of Ready Made Notice. 54 hours. to Mobile, reasonable credits, and if desirablethe purcbnur To ensiiro" all U-p numbers, ,te. ubscruptOD'.ishould

twentj.five acres of which arc cleared and under !'lolhin and tluy are now piepared to accommo- lIE Co-Parinerahip hetetofote czistingiruthc For the Proprietors, can have Union Bank Stock upon a part of U I be here by the 14th December inUnt, **

cultivation. A never failing stream of water ru.i tale their cuitomrrs and the public( in any article name STEWART Sf BARNARD, bcinp WILLIAM purchase \y Bit A DEN farthest.. .. *;

Ibrtiufii this tract of-land. The BUILDINGS: on called for in theirline. One uf the partners, Mr., dissolved by the death of the senior partner, all Chattahoochee, January 20 CADY. Do 23 21 II:? No alientiora will be paid To any rderO

the prenie are, A comfortable Dwelling Houte, Wade, residing in New York, will enaUe them to persons indepted to the firrr are requested to make IWO. 27 tf 11 iSaIc-Two two horse less the money accompanies it. .- r

Negr e flouc, and Crib*, a food Gin House, execute allorders promptly and on the most reasonable immediate settlement, and all having claims wil| COIflKIISSIOIV CSostcnhofcr & [)avIes. .L' with Harness. &c.complete. Jersey rya11 BLAIR & RIVES.Washinton .
Apply
w CoU9n Gio and Screw. With the Land will be terms. J. B. BULL, please present the same. JTIEIIC1TA aug 23 4 WM.-H. PItA to City,: 1 jIh NOT. 1840.. -_

.old, Gftjf-Mven; htreof Union Bank Stock, and HENRY' WADE,I Talahas! E.BARNIt1tDJr. Surviving Partner. REFERENCES.!!. Bond.NEW ORLEANS. John C. Jucobi CIS" NOTE.-Subscribers to th. Appendix for tea $
Tallahaas.eeNav. I7.l3B ee July 14, 1839. Eq, ,
email lot Negroes wanted., 49tf session, will ut1
a The terms will Jtfessrs. Measurer and now receive two numbers a woek
--- Belton
: be liberal-*pI/ *> the gubceribrr, on the pro ITCARLTON, 5O Dollar ICcward. I' Kerr & & Fisher, Inspector of Lumber for the it !is completed. The extraordinary nurofceC and.

ai.e*. LUKU <>. LAMB. Merchant Tailor."TCT&OULD from the Kirkey, --- County of Leon, length of lhe speeches at the last session tfl1 t M -

S |rt. 19th. 1040. g I6tAoticc. reHpectfully inform the ciliuntoiNT RUNAWAY Plantation of Mesrrs. RIolyncnr Tallahassee. '-P T r rjt.o nua services 10 mono who may please our apology for iu dola,. Dec 12- 20
,
in Gadsden \Vilhcrby, & C o. Liverrr to call open him.
/ TallahanMC and its vicinity, that lie ha I Two county March 23, U40. Charges moderate -.
Tallahassee
Negro March
; returned fioni New York with a fresh Hoys, 33 ]v 14-1840. 33 Notice.
SoUeriW i6l pds reMing in New Or. supply of named -
THE: : George and William. George Last CHEAP HOUSE. |T hereby caution all from srding'fOt2.note .
a* m Co ton eoitstgnfti to Lira will if thankfully rereivndaod style and the finest fabric, which he pledges lo Sunday morning last, is about t2 A LL persons indebted lo the EMste of T. M. ORNAMENTAL PAINTING, GLAZING of band, gnreu by>i to T.Hsgin er
_ year. v f age, stout made, rather down- L deceased bearer, somX time m 'Warcb'or th **-.'
Carty fsidcration
a :XptO >*
,
order for the purchtM of provisions, Ac. those that call on him to have mad op in the cad look when are required to come forward and Paper IlaiiRin.
'
spoken to, fiddles with his left and settle without far which ft"**
will t newest fashion. To please the and fantidiou hand further delay, and all fW\UE ondersignod said hole'wss given baa
prottptl/'atUaa'ftd to, wii a tVt mean gay and to whom most respectfully inform
f.r.a.d. W.C MILLER.are (he Su'j.caber ha* employed R.. It. Pilfirim, who clothing.once belonged. to Mr. Harvey, and had plenty the Estate is indebted will hnnd in their claims for JLJcitizen* of Tallahassee and, vicinity that? the law.end I do-not' intend: to payit- ; nnl coropene '
he
.
p5 if will give his undivided attention to the cutting William adjustment 01 they will be barredAM / i, prepared lo execute, in the ncate JOHN'J, COVINGT05.Oct. -
i iii about
."__ Department.Tallahajseo. 25 years of age nix feet high, ALEXANDERadmr. ofthe above branches, at short froanier.anr .31, 1840, : 14tf_..
notice
Strayed, hi* knees rather bend back and at -
when
prices
Witkrr- Mills about the OaL Mth, DU. has standing erect, ELIZA BETH McCAJZTY, adcix., which will induce those wanting workdne BToUce. ..
first of a pleasant countenance-
to
April and
FROM read and writes St M rki.. 15,1849 call.
9 Serial JMul*. with bltM
p..4oCabsyLer4With cr* !.ft chc kKMMT.usltrMpWtttSlMMoX. [HE Subscriber requests all those Indebted to olina.I r THE subscriber wishes to sell several raloable mixed N.B.( Paints of.ail coiort read> prepared, and : 4* hoiiisi iwo.of i1EsIt* I''*

; A liberal reward him. on note or open account, to call and et- will give f 25 for each if secured- I .OF LAND near hia, reidenc or ise. '. B. CLARKE Simon Frazer,,latr f icon tTounly dsd't*
so ,
will to firatfW tbe
at wklk**** JfiBaor At Capt Job* Myrick'a,, given AH'accounts Unsettled by the rtofSep. ,/, livery at the plantation, or to me in Tallahassee. can- b. accommodated- with ruii 'itifa tory ertd'Wel -I- -'- : For Sale. to
I &w&ksme.1 L C.WALKER. umber wilt b* put in suit.S3 LLwEet. JtOBERI' QAUIE. A HANDSOMI- ; IIGUTnARouc5 demda4 presth $*

July s; isii LEVI CARLTON. April Ii; ((840. !&joree Jsff.jio., 111,, TtbNoi183L .ts.. .IitrntMcompUt.fortwiihortM.br.; :withiii' th.time prescribed by I Jsw.' : &-i uOqttl ,;,-

Fort LeoaJeb, WM.M'AUGlT, 13ALEX.. FR4ZZllId






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