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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 9, 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
oclc - 10589672
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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qUINC IT; FJEJTJALIJ INSTITUTE :I Gaacrnor'.of the TerHtofy,.of Fbrids L- beautiful "Tort1 fur 18t i Hie Foliowinf Burnett Bndibwj4raog;
[KO BVKXKR VACATION.] YtrtutJ of the "authority in me vested esteemed prn.rthepe fLoat. .Oatcw fonnfeor the the _.m je&pt, ,Jr.j Burnett.was obenred .own. pe'rp on, I'firea. .itclosej, ,. to the head,of. the 3fdthe i'h J..i :4J" ;' 'ri :"i ;
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med postmaster Nathaniel!C riene '
cXorciiOT cfUiis Seminary vi1I.b BY Esq. ti ifn iJl i 1--' "o i-"
: jireValua( nd agitated deceased er1a 'td
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:rHC 184!. ScJio. hereby proclaim and declare ,-. the It breath the soul of stOncecausr-ch a dunmir.emebt !ti'p -
in January, martial
Jallieyeat the divided tit Monday into IWO wssioni ofiir m".Lb.each. /clcctipn returns no,of file ia the Executive Office I gemUes !in.spirit Tory the ceebrated! u Sword poesy S, and re* from his dwemog, and tcAHu:flPmagistnte as rendered It imp iblc pft cq ekftenest third_or t'urth i story ? ring.titto tBgbt ,reftt1 e1 .

at TallahaFscc, it appears; that tho,following 'per., Korner, which ong" of charged with the conduct of the criminal : eye ,to detect the substitution -which' had or Jeft hi.d .of,)'i9lhcaao: may be" '.

TERMS, PER SESSION: sons have been dnly elected members of the House. forces once rung through the 'German: processes of the colony., In the course ,of been made. Choosing'the'r plainest 'habit.1 The .porter and'his wifo acras domestics! to
them
of callinjr
the
of Representatives Legislative! tq ralient deed \1 .
Council of
Orthography, Heading Writing awl AnuVawS Florida, for ti year 1841,:- Song of Espomal.BT that day, while John Moon was regaling: could get:-tliea dressed!:myself anew,.shared such of, the iumaies.bf" itvmanaiooAS' do
The $14.00' himself with tea, under the palm trees of his off whiskers which I not servants
For the County of Monroe-Joseph Elzuardi I ray was .accustomed keep tailcfn&theif beds/afrang.
Grammar Parsing ; LIECT. wrLU* B. GREENE
with and Emrli-h Modern Geography, Ancient For the County of Dade-Temple Pent ; 0, bright v a e'anrc' from t'. I. A. garden.along with a Corsican female whom I to wear, and took other means to ,alter and log their'rooms* lighting their fires,and doing
Ancient 20.00 For the,County of II. Wil. a lady's eye, he had bought some time previously, he wasI I distinguish i in other menial offices for which receive
; and Modern Hi'tory, MO'quitoWilam A-d roll is the tint of her rosy cheek my appearance, case ,of being tMY
The above, with Natural.? Menu! and Mora hams For;the of St. Johns And sweet are the tones of lore's minstrelsy arrested and taken to prison by the officers i of subjected by any accident to the risk of'be a: monthly stipend. 'They are also ia confidential .

ril .cipby.Logic,RheloncChy mistry,, :' Buckingham County Smith! ; John M. Fontane' When the hopes of the bard in his numbers speak: I justice. On the following day he was' brought. trayal. Next morning saw me on 'board at intercourse with tho servants of th*-

Botany.Astronomy Mythology., Use of Globes Algcbra.Geometry, itc., &c., 25.03 i For the County of Duval-Gabriel Pried, StephcR But dearer the far drarer, art thou, my bride, before thi criminal court, accused. robbing French vessel on my way to a distant land ether inmate,and-; hating an eye on' nil the

ktin and Greek 23.00 D. Fernandez1,; ,. Than throbbingsof hope ; love or. tho measures of the late Clodomir Frenois, the crime being I the native country of my ance tors.; Thee 'ncomers and oatgners,"are thus enabled, by

French 25.00' For the County Nassau-J. dMTbigpin ; Far brighter thy flash than the glances of pride conjoined with breach of trust and violence. pectations which had led me to ths execution hook and by crouk, to learn the secrets and'

) ; -Lpjano and Guitar each, [three Ics- 30.00 For For the the County County of of Alachua Columbia! -Edmund William Dird ; Thj language: more melting than hard: eve; Moon smiled at the charge with all the confi.j of this scheme were not disappointed. I be domestic history,fif every member of the

lion[ per of week.Instrument] 5.00 For the County of llillsboroughiAu- Cone uetus: : spoke. j t dence of a man who bad nothmg to fear. knew that John Moon the man who had robbed : 'little, territory within lh. porte-cochere. '

Uce, & Painting in water or oil coloN:, 16.00 Steele ;. Then hail lo my SWORD to my own fair bride! The judge having demanded of him if he me and who now stands at the bar of this The p rter's lodge i 19. accordingly a great
To i
Drawing) < my firsl. to last onlc love !
mv to
Ornamtntal Tcinting, per course, 1UOO roriae- County- of unmllton-Uaniel -Bel; the darkness- of.J death shall-- mv'nJ.1 thou dwell pIn confessed the crime; the accused replied thai court, had formed connections in this island, | scene of gossip, here: all the private'affairs
by
Wax Fruit and Hewers per course, 12.00 For the County of Madibon-Lucius Church my side, the charge was altogether absurd; that clear which would in all probability bring him backto i. of this interior neighborhood, lire discussed.
Silk and Cliene.Ile. Worsted For the County of Jiffcrson-William I.). Mole-
rmbroidrry in 0, my first and my only love. testimony was necessary to fix such a deliel it as soon as the intelligence of my Heath The courtyard, also, is an assembling place
John L.
Ottoman, .c. course, 12.00 icy, Taylor ;
Mat including*, bedding and per limits, 75.00 For the County of Leon-Thomas Drown, J. W.Dannermau When the banner shall droop on the broken lance''I upon him, and that so far from there being any gave him tho promise of security. In in the evenings cr- the servants cf the dif.

LaoAdrrss Boird. ..50 A. F. Uuval, Joseph Branch ; And tho heart shall beat low to the fleeting I such evidence produced, neither the window this I have not been disappointed. 1 have ferent families, and a sisterhood of sewing

fuel, Ibeule. For the County. of Gadaden-Satnuel Slovens, Our Jovel shall breath be sunk ) of the deceased, nor any one person in his been equally fortunate in other respects.- girls from lUe cnlre.aols and the attics to
with the wild measured
." !. at any time bat particularly al the SloUcly Sad bury ; dance j service had ever heard the pretended robbery While my unworthy servant remainded here play at various games,and dance to the muic .

WiuDiug or close of a sesfion,retards the progressrfVhc Jr.For the County Clhoun-rcler W. Gauticr, Where havoc keeps limo to the harping of: even once mentioned by Frenois during his I in imaginary safety, I have been mccessful of) their own songs, and the echoes of their

( pup'1' II be IS very present imPortai-t at the, lucref.u beginning, that of .For the County of Franklin-Robert Myers ; death. :I life. in discovering quarter in which not darNing feel ; at which assemblages, the porter's .

1Jeopillllibou.i tl'Jsilln. knd continue to the end. I For the Cou.t.of Jackson-Elijah I'ryan, TM. The Wuli couch the for blue our bridal smoke shall be flr"tho damp ground, ,I i "D 0 you then affirm your innocence," repeated to betray here at first the appearanc. of|daughter takes the lead-a fresh, pretty, buxom '
a the Subscriber, and his I. Bush ; I cannon canopy "pre'ul."hilc the judge gravely after hearing all the wealth he had called La Pft "
In addition to Lady, I \ the ilrum uith the bugle "Ita'1 mingle its lodged the whole of the stolen girl, generally l", though '
For '
three experienced Teachers arc engaged for Hi e j the County < \VaVmgton Wil'iamMillcr ; I Found, other had to say. money. I have brought it with me and suf.ficient almost as tall aa a gr nn4ier. These Jiltfe 1
For the County ol :1lloll-J. L. :I'KinllfltF"r I II
1 I Lltrary and Ornamental Department. Miss tlic,, JOHS-j, j lha County of E-rani'iin Mcniy A. Nun';;*, I Fora' wild serenade to the fair one I we.). i "I will avouch my innocence," replied! proofs, supposing his confession this evening gatherings, so characteristic of this

: ,01',.ho Vrput'lIl'lIt!iss niokl wptably diinnjj tIll performed tv\opam: year!, will'! Cillrlel E an". ,I 1 'hen To hail to my sword! to my own fair bride! :: Moon"even before the body of my late mas.// day to be set aside altogether, to convicf him gay; country, are countenanced by the van. ,

Ii toniinue of It: in (t1 lie xame: f,r the u"xt j ear. | 'I 1 he returns from the Si'iutoriil 1) t-ttictw not I In the my darkries first*to of my death last,shilt to my thou only d love uell !l ',. ter, if that be necessary." [Such a of the crime with which he stands charged. iLls families of the mansion, \> ho often lookdown :

jrtiswi A. MAL: S. GOR1 O .''roUl L 'n.tJl1rg'l! i.a\ing been made according to law, the .Marshals! I my sii'e! "y' often took place under the old colonial law.] By the same means" continued Clodorair from their windows and balconies, U.1'I:
f the f-cverjl DUtricIs are !'ierr'. > required Ju 'forward '
Va come lujlily rccommemled!, nnd have for been uninedi.illy, the returns; of y the c'rction ol, I O, my fi:'st and lilY only love. : "John Moon," said the judge in a voice Frenoi, with a degree of honorable pride in moonlight evenings, and enjoy the simple re.

ind'niortl, .qualitkatif theanous, braiiclirs of cducatiun practical I'J Jtrtciier' Senators, in their pos csv!"n, to tho (;io\t-r.it, al I FORT RUS-ELL, E. Fla..Feb. 9. 1840. '! broken by some peculiar emotion ; "it is before :' which all who heard him sympathized, will, vels of their domestic l,must observe1! ;
J'' I
gbovenientsoneH: for owe linc: ,past. j Tall.ihascc, in order that! ih* result of taid election! I TiicTDcafi Alive : your late master that you will hay > now I be enabled to restore my f family to their however, that the hotel\ am describing is '

Department i jA amply furiii.1icd ,'ithJap may be made knuwn to the rcoplc.jrivtii ; to assert your innocence, and may God make''l ciety and to redeem the credit of a name on rather a quiet one, where most',of the inmates

Globes, fil-l-mcd, Pianos, Guitars, &.'. The du.I|I 1 ( uidcr? my hand .flll.1,, l the H'aillf the Tr A BOMA>CE OF HEAL LIFE. the truth appear !" 1 i! which no blot was left by those who bore it are permanent residents from year to year,so
eiplineof.tlleFLh..1! i> mild and parent.il I: I ; but i in>- ritorv, lns! I JUh dij of I J) m'-r! 1810. The j subjoined narrative, published in a late A from the '
,, : uOBr.it r :: Y.MOXD mI: ). I signal judge accompanied these before me, and which, please God, I shall that there is more of the spirit of n :;hhor. .
fro
all ju'li rules
l number of
lelJulred I Chambers
ulinto'lrdwnce < j jit Journal i is stated to be
the I. mleri-ht of tli3 pupils make il jct. i G ivt-rnnr Ilr' Florida.By translated from words, and immediately a door opened, and transmit unstained to my children, and my hood than iu the bustling, fashionable hotels

nt tHdll|ii. Tlir xnur g lad' It'>, re-idm j = with z I.c j [ thn Governor i a foreign newspaper. It is Clodomir Frenois the supposed suicide, en. J children's children." in I tI e gay parts of Paris, which are continually
: J. M' CANTS, Secret n. ,.' "'! -i'a. 20By / j necessary to remind the reader, that the island tered the court. lie advanced John their inhabitants.MY .
tt3r.h"r are treai-d a* in'ml>rr of the fai' IIYi; I Iittd -- -, -- to th(' bar IOGn, whose guilt was thus sudden. changing
tlid iiicraii.! iiu'intrs, &(., are attended t., JH :\ I.nOCJ..AJI..l''IOt, I I of Mauritu?, appertaining at this day to'I II '' with a slow and deliberate step, having his ;! ly r and strangely laid bare to the world, did
,.'I:41l'iJI: uiti! i Ioe> "ccl\'l'd..t M-ason, and i ., the Enph, wns originally: colonised by the' ;
h any
lU Robert Raymond Reid, Hoccrnor of the I eye calmly but sternly fixed on the prisoner not retract the confession which he had FRENCH NEIGHBOR. ,
frui tli" t.ii: <* ur titrun e but no >.hic-i inmmillbr Frenchiand i
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charged made, l-n t.'ijr!' 'lea ing the choul 'eI I Territory of l"lortda.TTjTt .: that the population yet consists in i I his servant. A great sinsation was caused made in the extremity of his terror ; and without I often amuse myself by watching( from my

("re the end of thc K>f i"ni. i iII. V viriiifcf' tliennlho'iij-" me eMd by law,. a great measure of persons of that nation to j' in tho court by his appearance. Uttering I separating, the court sentenced him to window, (which, by the by. is tolerably ee. ,

1.. EDMONDS. A. M., I IQmiiry. JO I do IK-rt'by prut!, "--i 1 and! make Known, that whom, by a formal(, treaty between the powers J shrieks of alarm and horror, the females present .confinement for life in the prison of the col. vated,) the movements of the teeming little

D.-e.. I 12. iM .'rinrijtI.: I irorn the ctrgii now :TI tie: ir. the!, ":Kxrcutnc- j I! concerned, their ancient laws nnd usageswere : fled from the spot. The accused fell onhis I onv. world below me ; and as I am on sociable

-1Ai1E I fifr at TaI.a".c:: (, it Itj'I.; i ..n-s. i'.it; tIll following !, preserved without any material alteration. !! knees in abject terror, and shudderingly'! The news of Clodomir Frenor's terms with the porter and his wife, gather
QUINCffXHC ;; CHOOL[ pprpons '.a\'<- been duly i i 1.1 l isirrn'.er-j! of tlc'! I IA1 re appearance
: Senate of Uio LrgibLtii.'nuin': ', fur the year I confessed his guilt. For a time no voice was'' spread rapidly, and the high esteem from them as they !ight my fire, or serve my
Eiercises in ihia f-rnwiary will! """1- 1841 :- out ten or twelve months ago. the Sieur heard but his.-However as it became, in I which his character was held, led to an univcrsal breakfast, anecdotes ,of all my fellow lodgers.
J. mciiceon Hi" lit Mondsv ill .l4iiuiry, 1 Ifcll.An ap.1 -
xtcns\: toiirsc uf 1lIglu'I !:, ;lalil"III"'I'f'nd rwrthetf'j-i (rn Di.! rict-'Vr'nsm: B. Ciiglihli; Clodomir Frcnois, a rich merchant of the isI'1 parenl that a living man stood before rejoicing on the occasion. He was I have been somewhat curious)in studying aliule

Cla* icF, will tie t.iu' :lit.AtomniBdiU ror 1.the. >5jnrhezJohn Ila-tcrn Di-t tr(':n IVI-jt-J.I-JJON G. Coojur. Jo I Imd: ,was bind dead and frightfully disfigured ;f fin court, the advocate for the prisoner gained I accompanied from the court to his home by antique Frenchman, who occupies oneof a

-:!,s anpruidcJ! fur twenty voting crph ';. his own habitation. His body was discovered ;, courage to speak. He demanded that the a dense multitude, who welcomed him with ihejolieschambres a garcon already men.lioned. 1
the \ IIIinl
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!' ["TItltln.Cards! of a! boardrrs.anti other parncuhr..r.lit" Charles II. I Pupont, Al4i'-h-:: -:i ('. Livingst, Jihn i iD. lying on the floor, with his head and I identity of the merchant be established and I prolonged shouts. It would be vain to attempt He is one of those superannuated 1

li LpIng terms to the Wribcr.! 11 KdvvaH. ; face mutilated by means of a pistol, and all i', the mistery of his existence be explained.-I any description of the feelings o. thewife veterans wh flourished before the Revclu. i
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R. L. LD.MO.NUri. A. M. For the) Ucslorn Dhtrid-D M'Lcan, Geo." doubt as to the cause of the catastrophe was He said that the court should not be biassed I who thus saw restored to her the beloved tion, and have weathered all the storms of g

Qumrj. Dcr. \2. 20 l'nm-if.., l.Brs. WnlkcrV.. I H.I Baock h31und"'tltr r.ntrii.! dispelled by the discovery of the fatal weapon j by what might prove to be a mere accidental being for whose' sake she had quitted the Paris, inconsequence, very probably, of being 1 j

\ IIoilc.oii's Female .Seminary.WILL [t.(.>'f'nl1I.I'r s.J ritory, my thi; t\\'< nivlourlhiv, >oal) of of the December Ter- by the side of the corp e, and also of a paper i I likeness between a person living and one deceased world, She was released from her ecclesiastical too insignificant to'altract at'enlion.: He has I I

in the handwriting of the deceased. This I ; and that such an avowal as that of the vows and her a small income- which he with the
)10. "njicii' d in TJ.I:1h"4s'c, .>a the firtit A. l D. 1840.1OBC1r1'. rejoined husband, nomore manages .
in I It.> cciiib'T' in ih. I I.JACftiie .tflr} I\YMOND RF.ID I. pnpcr contained the following words :-"I am ; prisoner, extracted in a moment of extraordinary to part till the grave really claimed one skill of a French economist :' appropriating ::

,1"1.ing orejjMcd, by the Ma.-.>i.T 1.tJt.c J By the Govnnor_ GOof- Fla. ntineda! villain has robbed me of twenty- terror was not to be held of much or other of them tw its due. so much for his' lodgings ; to much for hi? ;

Mr Hol5'.tncagrs lutcaih) a!: 1hcUfsallr bratirhes J. M'C'ANTS Sccr 'Jf\" I five thousand livrcs sterling ; dishonor must Before being admitted here as Weight.j' SKETCHES IN meals ; so much for his visits to St.Cloud and
li! rral : ii vducatt c1.! < 26 2.J PARIS IN 1825.
in a Kngli: :
roqu.rtsl
be my portion, and I cannot await or surviveit. witness continued this a Ivocate, addressing I! From' the Versailles, and so much for his seat at thetheatre. :
lid 1.01" 's l.v, lu-r: f'lerlinll i ill tic! pr.motion of her 200-OLLA "REWARD.PKOCLAMATIOX I travelling Note Book of Gooffrey
Fcpa in tiw-ireevrralstrdif) : ',', to render the lit tiliuimn US I. I leave my wife the task of distributing the resusciated merchant prove who and whatyon Crayon He has resided in the hotel for

riliv cpju"napcot ihepu'ih: !,.'. I,. among mv creditors the means which remain are, and disclose by what chance the )years: always in the same chamber, which

Mn, li.iojsan n ill be anhi-iod bv l.cr *n'.'p'. \r::, lit/. Robert Raymond Reid, (iotcrnor of to its; and I pray that God, my friend, and tomb which so lately received your body, be-Turnishes: at his own expense. 'The'dcco. -. t
FBOil THE NEW YORK
KNICKERBOCKER
M.I1&uiii lioth a Mc, ujiu: and c lit |Iirod.fte I l.i1'fU'Tea..hl'r."tl'i'JCI"r. ) r.l'iciicca ; Florida. \I my enemies, may pardon my self destruction.Yet mangled by bullets, has given up his tenant, KOVEMHEP1840.. FOR rations of,th* room mark' his various ages. ,

A > AsMkiaut Ins al.-oLce.i ecjjaccdfor TTS7HEliKAS, it i iq III ue! known to Ins that another minute and I shall be in eternity and restored you to the world! in life and There 'ar. some gallant pictures, which hekuug1
rOIlllrl"'lt, f \\' ...\\ P \ \SMiO-: whowascnnfi II II't. '
The.ro &h";ilai-ttc'l! crm_.I will Ct.c1lYided '.*. T ,- ,,,\.'- .?I. i.* **\ flt *>..... -,- fRiO'1Pr1r'.fDnrr.R.event WhiCh 11' th. UIUlt'P1)V"...r nT; ". h..nhltr' ". au me :1avoente... who C4t1 A PARISIAN HOTEL up in big younger days, with a portraitLadYofrankwhornhepeak3tcd.rly
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from saidjail ragic '
into two ppssionn of fa'ir ni.'IOth! each. had been passed. lias made Ins escape the loss alluded to in the note had never uca mm {> v>i.!.. :. .cau.cu narrrative ra l iodge3t"1'uch I&f a .
clooo ct the wcond i" 111at I. ; ,: as II the following which may frtrnrr et.111.S Jfor. -
talc al the and irge had been men, ca a pU..u i ,
ncatioll place
A \u : Xuw; know vc. Thai I I. RoVrt Raymond Reid.1, been made public. The deceased from! Colo e'I, Y story may specimen of its class. It is ahugeuadran.ular ca'rheumatisunandbeli'w sla.ds: an ea .1. --- .

'e5iCIJ. TERMS, PEll SESSION : Governor of f FKrida' I Iv'Irtll". of thi|I* authority.,fua- in, i,'! held in great esteem over the colony as a b'j soon told and it will suffice to establish pile of atone, built round.a spacious chair He has a small parrot at the widew ,
reward of I uniersirv
Orthomp' and llrading. *JO-H( me veiled bv ia w, do hen hy (.1i.r hrflli-a of the aidiitivC : '! man of strict honor nnd probity, and was identity: When I discovered tho robbery Javed court the ground floor i ia occupiedbv to amuse him when within dears, and a pug.dog .

The aboc. with \Vriung and Aritlimctic', 120JTueabove Hundred; and I UAII I Ills! 'rs iafe f..r dc'mry the'! "Pllfc I" OIC' custody! of I iiy \' lamented. Hi attached widow wishes, af.'ter committed my by the accused, he had then fled shops, magazine?, and domestic offices.- to accompany! him ia his daily poregripaliojs. .

wit'i r : Eiiiii: dcrn Grammar History, Gf.ra-, Maps jailor or oilier ,.fficer of the Tt.rritory ot Fond; ': endeavoring: faithfully to fulfil IIHs from (the island, 1 speedily saw that all at- ; Then comes the ent.cso?, with low ceilings, While I am writing he is crossing

"II L/!. Ancient and M lav" juhorz-! t'J takechnrg'1 tlf linnil.iaiu found her grief too overpowering to permit 1 I to retake him woulJ prove fruitless 1saw short windows, and dwarf chambers; then the court to go out. He is attired i in his bestcoat c
\\' Pas-inore i is a'l-.iit i.x fret b'ffh. 1ittaii i mingle longer with the world, and took tmepts id tothe succession of floors, or stones, ruing doubtless bound Tor
The iibo r. "atl; Nutunl Plii'osophyMron' with the while I i her to ruin and disgrace before mea came succeed a of sky-blue! and is
; omy, Ilouny. C .uioitior. UUrUinc, Lo- ...llIpll.n.. < has her, ulited!hiJi! is much maIer; the relation' consecrating her remaininglays : resolution of terminating my life before one above the other, to the number of ihe Tuilleries. His hair is dressed in theold "
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sic, Chcmi.tralld Mutlicmatic, .Ol. *we.img: in ills i right 'g I to the services religion. Two months'after i the evil came. On the night on which ibis )? homet's heatcas. Each floor is like. a with powdered ear locks and a pigtail. .
30 I lJ.ic-J'l1no lund I (;Juitar, (either.addition.) 400 I Glen under my hand, a,! HIP te0 r the i lorritory -' ,the sad end ofher husband she resolution was formed, I wa sealed alone inmy distinct mansion, complete wiihm itself, w itn [ His little dog; rips after hIms9rntm.ie.sI "
do r..e of ui-trumcms, in late
Dr .'inaiid 1' 1II1 i'I"., dodo 150v) 'I, tliii 1'uli Dr) (.. H-10lI.ltl.c: city 'a convent, leaving to a nephew of of her ; private chamber. I had wrillen the letter, ante-chamber, saloons, dining and sleepingrooms I,en I four legs, sometimes on three, and lo.kin= t

eI'dlerk e plain: 5001: of Tnll.hacF"IWBl! :'!,T RAYMOND REID. merchant, a physician, the charge of completing Frenois -. w hich was found on my table, and loaded my kitchen :and other conveniences for ''as. if his leather small clothes were too tight
;.00 effects
,: Embroidery, lo: the distribution of the istcl.'l'his. the accommodation of a family. .Some floors 1 for him. Now the old gentleman stops to have
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r\..-P(ymcnls to Lc nndc at the c.id of the By the J Gort'rI1rr, rnAvn>, Sorreta'-y of Flonda. among his creditors.A of the } done, I prayed for forgiveness from are divided into two or more suits of apart. |i a word with the old crony wh lives in the

teli OII. f llio;e dec'2 1 U4:: j ZI ", 1: minute examination of the papers Maker for the act of despair I was about ments. Each apartment has its main doorof entre.sol and i is just rcwrningfror the pro-
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Prnl'ortifJnll'ir.dt1cti'l\' be made i' ., j:_.__., r iVio norifKi. Qljcfnnct _. mv--01 i f ) :_ ,
.h.... ...C--' .r._. ,t..- -??.,,.,.,n >nl of the t-esn-Jii, I a zipei.tiit11ON.- -- : led to me (!( 04 mv r- -been- commit. The end of the pistol was at my entrance, opening upon me stair-case, w I I now TkT i *Lilt 1 :] L.a.w! M. W1"1...*.* .T v r\T- Clflffmenade. ._-
but- 'none ciici for ILVf Ihofce tV who' leave before' the dOlr. I' By Robert:-; Raymond- A.- 7iTi;: Governor of iht'' ,which the unfortunate merchant had head, and my finger: on the lock, when a landing-places, and locked like a street door.I t together ; now they pull out huge red cotton .
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.,o". I Is \ Territory of Flori la. : ,robbed; and (this period was found to cones.of knock at the outer door, to the house started Thus, several f families and numerous single handkerchiefs l (those flags of abomination,

NOTICE.TUP i : is ,iiide! Ui:ovui In me that'i' I pond with the date of (he disappearance a inc. I concealed the weapon, and went to persons live under the same root; totally in.\ ,as they have been well called,) and blow
the ".fcTHTIIEHr.AS. confinf in that named John Moon, long in the employment entered whom I of each other, and may live so for : Now they turn
Sub-cnber i- .esirous of renting out Vv J.tvf-. AW.ISONho wj! ':a man the door. A loan recogniz- dependent their noses most sonorously.
& and Ncjroes belonRi"? Io the : CXuiiicy J. il, tinder a rJiHrjjc af tnun'cr' up.n had I lie i'' Frenois. Of this man, on whom j ed to be the sexton of the parish in which I years, without holding more intercourse thaiii I to make remarks upcn their two litllo dogs,

Estate of Edmund Brook Vaw, deceased lyinj I"Jefiewrn I body of! I H I ,rn. III the:
County for the next year (1t11.-1.I to I: irudc lu" c-caj; from raid jul, he learned on inquiry but shortly after j in it the body of a man newly buried, which same street. I who are exchanging the morning's salutation.

I Tains "i1l i be mad known upon app'icaiion to I It"eEllb.cl'Iber I:1rlTe ;_ n"Lert Riyirond Reid. division of the late merchant's property. Moon 1 fur nephew the physician, Like the great world, this little microcosm I II and old gentleman stepsto : 1
I. destined
NcMnLTHomi, & Hngncr, Tall-li* *', or Now, know ye. That taken I, was my Now they part, my
Wirllatid.. Jeficrsoii Cuunt '. I. Guvcrn of Florida, I I.) vntm- of the authority in reappeared in the colony. When of his up !I then living with me. The scan i y of bodies |I has its gradations of rank, and .style and im. have a passing word with the porter's wife; rand

LLLE: W.VASS.Administratrix !| me "c tc.,1 by law.do Jn.rcl'y Her a reward of th"of-Two said and examined respecting the cause his for dissection, as the court is aware compels [I portance. 'I'hepremier, or the first floor, now he sallies forth, and is fairly launch. t

of K. n. Va'.a', deecesed. '. Hundred Dollars fur 1 lie apj'r< heiibion ja.lor or other flight, he stated that he had been sent by I I i those who are anxious to acquire skill in the I with its grand saloons, lofty ceilings, and ed hc town for the day. }
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_leg-5-. 19 If__ _' ____ 'I!j I fugilivr, nnd r his the saf Territory fmiry' to authorized any to take j master to France, to recover certain sums due he i'!I medical profession to procure them by any splendid furniture, is decidedly the aristocrat. No upon man is so methedical as a ccmpleta

HOTEL FOR SAKE. officer ef (him. to the merchant there, in which mission possible secret means. The ,sexton was at ical"portion of the establishment. The second i idler i and none so scrupulous in measuringand
and well known properly in I charge about 45 of arc; florid i unsuccessful and he further averred I! Did less aristocratical and magnificent. he whose time ia
THAT valuable The .ii.l Addison i jo years had been ; i first alarmed at having met me. my floor is scarcely portioning out time as
at present occupied by William comp'vxion' at.il red hair ; has lost Ins fro.il teeth svtiiidrunk. ; ,1I that if Clodomir Frenois, in his existing: cor. I request you to bring this body 1 said The other floors go on lessening in worth nothing.: The od! gentloman i ia question .

KicliolH, EiKjuire, conMolingf OUT-HOUSES the HOTEL, and and I' ill Hi'n-xuagcd, very dlbij'aled.nd noi-y I' rpspondencc, had thrown any injurious suspicions -II ti.nephew'No,' replied the man, but I know his splendor as they gain in attitude, and end has his exact hour for using and for

RVCti FURNITURE unim, ."..exten d LOTS
1'caale.' in Mtriani.a, on Saturday the 19.h dayofDteeuber \ Gifen.. s.1| ritory,my at Tallahassee, llm 24th day of i,! pretext to account for deficiencies of and i lit upon me to come and offer him this body, tailors, clerks, and sewing girls. To make gainst his casement. He saiics forth at a _

next if not preriounly duporfd ol ut [ Dccclllblr. U. I Kid( j the merchant himself was the sole cause For mercy's sake,' continued the sexton, 'do the filling up of the mansion complete, every certain hour every morning, to take his cup -
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pfi) tc kaleIf not sold, it will cash be rented and the for the remainder -I IlODlHr: gAYMOND ItEID.By author. This declaration, made by a man ]!' not betray mesir, or I han lose my situation, old nook and corner is fitted up as njoli petit of coilee and his roll at a certain cafe, where

wining on year.time.Mt.JonillianT.Patlon.Terms-Part I tic! Govrrnor i i! who seemed to fear no inquiry, and whose and my family's bread.' aparlement a garcon, (a pretty little bach he reads the papers. He ha. been a regular
Secretary.
who will be present on J M'CA.NTS 22 i worldly circumstances remained to appear.the I When the man was speaking, a strange elor's apartment,)-that is to say. some little admirer: of the lady who presides at the bar,
k6 i had
tie diy of sale, or 3Ir Thoroaa Balticll of Talla- ------of--Itcnl- ---Eslate.B -- nnce the same us they had ever been, idea entered my mind, and brought te my dark inconvenient nestling place for a poor. | and always stops to have a line ladinagz

hu.ee, is authorizd to conclude! an arrangement Public ion Sale of tile llun.County Co-Kef;, effect of silencing, if it did not satisfy, the I despairing bosom hopes of co Uinued life andrecovered UCVII.1:1 i .u.,r.U K.u.>,}. ..n1"-... ( with en.pauanHe has his regular walks
.ilk the Y permis! fell in a great from the .L.d t D "ft1..
purchaseXnvOft fornleLc- shut .
... 1 R.if "- Jcffer on county. w! 1111311 ctTrrore .nllJl\5.V, !1. examination; and the affair-- soon -honor. i stood a lOW moments Tho whole domain is up on the Boulevards l ana in the I-aIati I."_'
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-- u4u.tu- cvt* I i J" thin court-house in Monticeiio much on of PI\ji the i-r.-Real I IKrtatool measure, out of the public recollection.Things this absorbed in thought!, and then recollecting street by a great porte-cochere or portal, calculated where he sets, his watch by the petard fired
REWARD 1 11 FEBRUARY FIRST, 1041. to remained for a short time in the admission of carriages. This He has his daily
the
FORTY DOLLARS Pribh late of raid county deceased > myself, 1 gave two pieces of gold to resurrectionist for off by tie sun at mid-day. .
L. William
be fur apprehending Negroes : James his when one morning Mr. had of massive folding doors, that of the TuiUeries, to
WILL gi en will be sufficient to discharge just (Cdeo1.8 ondition, the sum which he expected. consists two resort in the Garden
r and CLA! A. iw that I get ihem fromy to, as wit : I 11 i Burnett, principal creditor of the late Clodo. 'felling him to keep his own counsel and all swing heavily, and open upon a spacious en. meet with a knot of veteran idlers like hir.1.I .
araIQOf |20.00 for either hue ran away j OF LAND, knocking at his gate at front of (the edifice I svb-
home about the last of October ; and toad on,I T\VO. IGIITHS of the t 'mir Frenois, heard a of his would J be well, I sent him away, and carriedthe trance, passing under the I self who talk on pretty much the same
*hfn'ielefmpair of blue broadcloth pantaloons Situate; in said county, bring the East half' of i very early hour. He caned up one body to my cabinet. The whole affair into the court-yard. On one side is a spa. jects whenever they mret. 'He has been .
and about 5 feet Houlh West quarter of Section t'venty-cight went down and opened the : had been staircase leading to the apart and shows and re.
is who
a coarse linsny w 'oli'y jacket; and Last, containing \1 I servants, arranged : the household cious upper at all the sights
North soon present
e or 9 J chc. high ; speaks quick whrn spokeo old.CUi to' ;. Townfhip two,acres.Range five Also,, the East half! of the\ ,door, and immediately returned with the intelligence -. was previously sent out of the way on purpose, :ments. Immediately without the portal is the joicings of Pal$ for the last fifty years : .has
Very much ow.lerred ; about 49 or 50 years eighty Township who seemed destroua execution the small room with one or.two of the Revolution;
about three weeks South West quarter of Section two. that a stranger and I had time to carry into porter's lodge, a winessed the great events
his wife left house wishedto -
before; j it of a, dark my complexion low Mature one Range four North and Eat-tcontainin; eighty 1 1arrclI. keeping his person concealed, I plan which had struck me. The body was bed-rooms adjacent, for the accommodation of' the gilleUmsg of, the ,king and the queen;

k" the appearance of beiD? crippled' when she TOWN LOTS, u>v- I speak with Mr. Burnett in private. Mr. fortunately of the same stature with myself the coneergie, or porter, and his family. This the coronation of Bonaparte; the capture ot

sJks l ; and when sho ran off, had on a green bom- ALSO-SEVERAL being tuimbcrs Burnett rose, threw on his dressing gown and oflike complexion. I knew the man; ho is one of the most important functionaries of Paris; and the restoration of the Bourbons.

I1c MMtdrew. Fr.m bit thrall, made some their time Situate in the Town of Monticcllo 94,103,104,113, and 114 and descended to his parlor. He saw therea had been a poor offender, abandoned by his, the hotel. He is, in' fact, the Cerberus of the All these ho speaks of with the coolnew of

w sy*,back I am to apprehensive North Carolina.they are making 61 ConditionsOnehalf 2,67,68,63,81.93. Cub, and the balance stranger of a tall person, seated in an easy family. Poor relict of mortality !' said I, establishment, and no one can pass in or out a theatrical critic and 1 question whether he

Dec. 12 20 1C a. U. CROWELL. notes with approved security, payable infour and familiar attitude upon a sofa, with num. with tears in my eyes, nothing which man without his knowledge and consent.' fhep.r.codiere I bus not been gratified by acllin its inherent
-- CHARLOTTE A. PARISH, Post in his hand. The ,if is faStaDedY.a! sliding I from that insatiable appe.
months. Adminmtralru her ,of the Morning can do can now.injure youyet pardon .me general love of tumult, but.
LL pertora Indebted Notice.I to the Estate or Josiah MARTIN PALM EtAdm'r.[ back of tho visitor was turned to Mr. Burnett I rudely disfigure thy lifeless substance. It is bolt, from which a, cord of wire, passe* into' tile for spectacle, which prevails -among .the,

Pindanrii late of Leon' county deceased, arcbebyrMueated Monlicello Fla. ) Ju. L. Parish, deceased of as he entered. Rather surprised to see a to prevent the ruin of not one, but twenty the porter's l lodge. Whoever wishes- to go inhabitants of this metropolis. I have been. .

>o make iiflmediate payment to Dec. 5,1840. \ 9w 19 stranger conduct himself like an old friendof families. And should success attend ,my ,at* out must speak to the porter," who draws".the amused 'wit h 'a farce,, in whichone, ofhese"
the rabacriber ; andaUthose l.aring dcmtndi Mr. Burnett said aloud : shall from without >gives a single ; represented. 'He Siogs .:
*1I auihenlicated, for olUetaeat. For Sttlc or Bent..' the house, tempts, I swear that thy children be my bolt. ,A visitor systemic old triflers is. I
present them,properly business the is
H. ARCHER HAN sore; TWO-STORY Sir/ may I beg to know your children, and, when my own hour comes, we, rap with the'maSSive knocker;: Jolt a;song detailing hiswIiGl tlayVrstrnoTof '
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_Ko':.21lB40. 17 3m AdmV. STORE, eligibly! liitoa. wit me.7""ti J tJ shall rest together in the.tomb to which thy immediately drawn-aiif by an intwibte handj: 1nsigni6.cant'oeeupwOD8lt.nd.; goes to bed del .
FRAME
j a! ; aled for buiincsn, near, ,he cehtro, 'of The strauger turned.round, and,advanced, body basbesti,borne before me'!I" tbe"doOr standS '"ajar.w,the visitor pushes it l lighted with the:idea that his next day will bean :

NEW; PALL WINTER GOODS.wriikia Rail Road 'lr. oUft>rt L ll.' A liberal to salute his host warmly and courteously. this, portion of the merchant's narrative., open, and enters.:' A faco presents ntself at exact repetition of,tho!same,routine :
At
'I'L3Esubsrjbeig from New York are reel U 4.tn iriot,by.late their flock of credit will be given on good,vecorily.favorable We Mr-Burnett started back, and uttered a loud I the> most I lively interest: was, excited in tilt, the glass door of the porter'* little chamber'j: **Je me concKa; lc wirj -
of invite the attention of tho;wishing. ,a< exclamation surprise and alarm. Well hi t from cniiofth&audienc& ,.t the name_of the"per.ItoryhXc E hint t9"c1 ,oirR.eoiiimezueetea '
.FAU..1AftI'WIN'tEIl. GOOD, tftnustm; I court, and .t testified even: by t fears J the: stranger.pronounces ; : 4. -, l:'. s;
for business. his friend train '
Tnj iiil1, land *tood ant 1 oceeded i llQseefcf If the pewoaor; lai -
"Rw''jUK-frihrt'tfeeto Cloth Finer WNAUGHT&OILMOND. milbtfro.berbrbhiI eye t'renoia thus pi m ,t _, 't
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j-Hr-s* ;" :* '*" ':. generalssbTi'flie 1A1bC5ILhiJNI1aIsDt Fort_ Leo"iNo' 1, IMP i& i II, ,r. .: debtor, CIo "Frstioia/) whom he barnnti1I 1 tohejd "I t3ettTioff.myeIotbe'Ind:: ; dm jpfimpad 9 P gl .. J (i ,. /tlA.I-.MaUl.." .k" Ul ...,'f#. ."-. ..

t4* tbd BOots Yule7 aDd DrGbodt.... nraou.,. BaLB. OLQ..J1.ECTlfJED.WHf R't :"newly aiywr before' eorpfe., ,ed the body in theja.j .iccorapliihwi i._ 'fio r, the porter sound ja,ben..once 01, > :: : .., ': ., '. -:::.,,: -' i iI ;t

,, b ( MIt.Lt1t.k Jt9W.L M.thzmsetf d'1faUa..d..t9'tkjgrue _
desc,1p11001, JAMEHE.UOO1ECI.. 9'('.I 'S' ": andjrho, ; ,
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"H H jjc9rM'D1NT1STBY.: / LstO dollars given :
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1.-L. C. .4 t rI1:8tbacribet'! hl'jolt recoitecl' and oTer.JL :A NOTE twio rEdated. rLifll: :'_ Il.'\vm. I, \ Cbi.f1 S S )
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f } : for sale for1 cash, fine black by George ': -> : \ ." r..
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Gentlemen's'and lady's time in January .
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and Russia "
wecki after dale,!Bh\ir f3rth .Hon. _I' Al'JNTVHE again respectfully toiteraiv Beer' Travel trading Iho Slid nflto. ,Ai A''# ,- -ergea e,
SIX CT services to tbre'clt.zeni: ofTalu. Caps, Travelling Trunk do. Bag} : liooedtgainst fo returning it )_ ITH't : BLA1, .'

of AdtninUlntion,of Jcfferoon oh-thv.AMtffr'County Court''TiioiuiBoi.-,for Jailers -'profsioil- -, i iHf ling Val! lel-and a good-assortmen'Cloth*,.Cart- : reward will be given. to thefi.nderofl JAMES C. WELLS.10 '. _TIIn1iaUe.: Florlda) flaCC 1S4* Median '.Demi and Cfcp.f! nwejwfj-r-;
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winter in the and mad Ju1y4.8 4 ANNUAt1Mt T1NG : .iitiifBookfTed 4I
in future his mere ready Clothing .
TUX I'tl.'OlaDteer in the service oftyeuniGUtea purposes t .1By .
and
CARLTON. SAIX.. CourR. iol4 iSftJJl'fcSfeeeivkbI
and in Leon ambia.Om over the Marcd pdikiJB< ot.B kJ6u ,
doccoMd. HENRY WOMBLE. city summer .PUBLC ,.
the
.4 deon'8nd.B 18 Tilisee! 'Homorablc Judge of 't : "''tAe"-13l, Jf1I'Wt. ,Weu.orandi.rnB"( -S MtV
Jwuoiyt.1841.. .-4 AdelpbiJ'' : : "ie Ud.I8.NOTICE. t-rniuiioo anYan ., .' .d
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.. SCHOOL OtAnjeflaSih 4
-l rTunly. Court rf* ? CORty. 4 dy. ftc. for s111f1oTC.? S .
and continuf and
; .OI.P"DIV&L subwaber offers for salogfrt X LITA- 0" for sale, beforo lbe Coari Houwi Moalics- the lower" Counties or ,GorgI4 t Classles) ;*erie't3Urn.iovellfl .
sbsJi4pJy/io the Hon. Florida, or ,
or -
we .. I THE FIFTEENTH day VftddraB '
4 SIX PLANTATION on tHWa.rmOT l lake, lo, effetson COODlyon the I S n Waoyr to ti1.sP"
Jaffenon CowAtj Caulk for J1e1e11 oIo in Col.: \Vyatt' Brick Buildings, Main SL, being the East half of the N. W. Quarter of sec- JANUARY nut, a certaio'TRACT OF LAND Al.bama.FileT Du-A', Jocke'y Club- purse- of- $100-1 arid Atlas.WiUardVOlbey' ,t CqT .

of Adrnln.tra\ rftbJ aftbJVO Lk. & ob-i, North East; of Ebenexer:Tolsom,dec., _-" .'tf eoynp E>and Atlu,WIk.,1"1
AHASSJE FLA two, lownship two, range a belonging to the esUto mile heW. : ,
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late of Jefirtx>rf afttyldeceaVie4-"ijENRY \ iJau. Dec. 5. t,: W ton West half of the'N. W. quarter b'lotioD' lwo.lwnshlP situate, Iyini'and being In JeffeNo"ounty;one SECOND Du- 'Jockcy.ClaV'Pa' of< $-200-2 ry. PliyfMrt Earrid,Da*', Jgelj,VifS ,

1841: ,:4 1 ,pMBLE._ ,BUTLEH: two, range one, Nortb' A'so, and a half,miles North of 1rIonticel1o, containing mile beall. : : rS.Tniax i Grammar, Jacob** Greek GnirnrnaJ54b,;. ,

N.i ee. A'ITOINEYANDCOVNsELLOft. AT LJ rV,., e. half of the N. E. quarter of section throe, FOUR HUNDRED AND.TWENTYFOUR A Jockey Club Purse for,,SO0-3 Reader;'A dim'*LntTo<3rtmmarjf. '

4- SIX''tki afterdate; shall aptre II1 township two range one, North and East ; and ACRES-100 of which ha been.cultivated, and i. mile I heats,n- ; S .. Book; Elementary' Spelfing ,Book,'c2r' 2l'
of Pem4cl We l'oi mfroheats.
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; 'CqODty Court for Letter practice in Coonty known 'tho Fuller or Bcmbry .-\ under fence. Tho situation of the tract is verydesirable :' ?n4T PropTiclor'Pune, $200-t .s, Pencil*. /c AJ.,
Administration-*n th."' estate of JAMES VAKH*NI WILL of Escambia and Walton CUll if There is I about 160 acres of open land, which, for for health and good water;' and has on ?. 3 best In 5.: Enlran.o 1(per cent. __ '_ I._ .: /

deceased. S. S. SIBLCY. also in the Court of Appeals at Tallahassee. fertility of soil, etc.. may be ranked among the it, a comfortable DWELLI G-I10USEand sofa- And the following Sweepstakes*are flaw open.1. Hudson, Boiler'*, Ames ood HnUanJ* -.

dee 19, 1840 SI -. SCI 5, 1840 6 best lands in the Territory. These 1 lands lay within : cient out houses. with and: will bo run hr, if lAcy areJockeyClub :.fiP.zd.befotO In* Writing and. ,Letter .Paper' ; Envelop _a.J

NOTl E. BEATTIE 8 few yards of the groat Armenia lake, which Terms of Sale-Six months credit, notes Raco on too three first days. and Wrapping Paper; Folio Post. Coutm.rshl
Dlt. F. 8.
week after date shall the Hon. b in the world. Thereis The purchaser can have. if *& for Post ahd Packet Post Piper, and
SIX I apply to resumed the of Medicine in all its pasturage cannot ( surpassed undoubted security. SHARES FIRST y.APost.etakes L'K ,every otJ.er d.-
& or Lion Counly Court, for Letters of HAS and tenders practice his professional services also a new well convenient totho d\elngl with desired, with the land, TWENTY mile heats. Subscription f M1? KriptiOn of Blank Paper; )lalD8.1d k NI .'

Administration on the .,tate of Thoma E. Mur- to the His office is St. Marks, plenty of cicclcnt waer. Union Bank Stock. > run for befori the Jockey Club-Race.on ihe jbr* \Valkden"tRee'yc. & Kcnl'* BUck Inla8 '

]hyhuo of Leon county, dec. at the cmmuniy.. Spencer. a Thu purchaser can )have from 2 to 3 1 years indul. ALSO-At the same time, and on the same day of the next Tallahissep Jockey Club Races. Blue Inks in pmt and quaru' ; Wolkdea'. &It
OXCART
Doc. I ,1840. 20 BENJAMIN KYRD, 18 2m [The Star will copy. gcnce. There is now growing a fine ctop of corn term of sale THREE HORSES and ONE 3 Subscribers necessary to make a Hace. Kent' Red Ink,; German Copying 'Ink }
July
NOTICE. is .the farm, suitable for the purchaser. I belonging to the lAme estate. SICOXD DAT.-A Swcep-stakes for' three year boxes"Tnkslandr, Wafer cups,. Pounce and ** i

DR.-.oli-IP : RICHARD CROWELL. HARDY MOORE, $200: boxes, File Presses, Black Sand,Wafer **
mile heats. Subscripliou forfeit.JIM of,h
I. olds 1 *
WEEKS after date. I rhall apply :o the> the people deceased .
SIX OFFERS July 4,1840. 49 Executor Ebenezer Folsom Jockey Club ,, lord and sizes, Sealing:Wax ; Prince
: Leon County Court, (or Letters fir County. Office in Ct to be run for beforo-.the I AJbe rLVtoria
Montcelo. I Monticcllo 1840. I 17 Tallabaweo Jockey Glob and ,Common el Pens
Letter
Administration on the Estate of JOHN SHAW, over the store of William Denham 4Co.. Twenty Dollars Reward. second day of the next Racc. Del India ; Sum *
a penknivci ?
of the 20th October a Manufactory Races. 3 Subscribers neceuary.lo'make km1.es Rubber&<.&>
Leon county, deceased. llonticelo,!2y 30. 180._ STRAYED on or about Tin Ware 3.bova I for 2 year olds, I : ALSO- ;-
Dec. 5, 1840. J. B. BROWN. STUD COLT: 3 yearn Subscriber continues to carry on the '-
J. Itt'CANTS, mil euVription1 forfeit 50 to be Bill Bills
f ; Blank Paper Lading,Note
black THE and constantly $100:
his to branches keep out. f'haid.I4.
black and tail ,
old ; mano ; for legs in all its third '
and Counsellor Law the
at Drafts ,
NOTICE. Attorney which he offers Club Race on chang MnMc
his made the saddle. assortment, for befor the Jockey P5PerBIottingpap,7
his knees back by rut
weeks after date. 1 Fhall! apply to tho lion ractice in tho Courts of the Middle' ; a scar on on hand a general Tallahassee Jockey Club Races. ,3 ing Cards, 1.Rilc c" Pr'.i *
SIX WILL The above reward, and all reasonable expenses at wholesale or retail to soil purchasers. day ofthe next &
of the Court of Leon county and in the Court of A Office complete.
Judge County Race.-- _
ppea1. will bo paid on his to the subscriber at St. %'\. FRANCIS, Subscribers necessary to make apparatus
delivery
f.r Letters of Administration on the estate of Tallonassco, Fla. tf april 16. Marks. 9 Munroe street. Subscription to the above Stakes can be made by -

GoDroJtr. DILTH late of said county, dec'd. S. wcmack'&TtlcdfcuVA. Long, Nov. 15 ROBERT H. ALEXAr Er.NEfIILLINERYAN _Sep 26 & Cotton PlaH.! letter addressed lo the Secretary of the Tallahassee The ,Book.Bindery
Nov28, 1840 18 ALFRED LEVY. A Valuable Sugar 1 15lb day of December -
ATTORNEYS AT LAW DRESS tation for Sale Jockey Club any time before.lho to Is also continued, where all kinds of work cant be
NOTICE. will be ebBed; the entry
when they done as expeditiously as heretofore.
TALLAHASSEE, FLA. sell his on the next Blank
months after date application will be made ESTABLISHMEN. subscriber will plantation be named the evening before the Race. of all! description made to Work

SIX the Honorable tho Judge Gadsdcn Coun- 'STILL practice in partnership in the Superi rW,HE undersigned most respectfully informs THE side Suwanee river at the Old town. Mr. F. P., GEROW is i now engaged at the Marion pattern suitable for Bank.order.aacnaJe.tltaal

ty for letters of dismission a administrator bo- of tho Middle and Apalachicola JL die Ladies Tallahassee and vicuily. that Madison county Florida. This land was purchased Course, and has opened Training Stables f'rthe chants and other Deed Record Of&ces. Mer!_
Districts and in the Court of Their sales price 200 percent nd fa* *
Appeals. tho above on Monroe in 1&30.llt public ,at a who have Horsesto
nis non of the estate of Elijah W. Sweat, dec'd., she has opened a house in accommodation gentlemen Books and all other Blank Books etn
office for the iu the court house sold at tbd limeThey bvoUaW
lands
ate of said county. ia, present, new street and between the stores of Mr. Francs higher than any other trouble train. Mr. Gcrcw is well known as an experienccd at cho'rt notice, ruled! and bound in rtfUiT

July 18, 1840 51 JOHN II. RHODES.ADMINISTJ.LtTOR'S ._ -.-I'c21 20Charles and Messrs. Gorman 4' Hall, where she hops, were selected with great cue and ; Trainer; and the fullest confidence may be quiicd ; and warranted equal to Northern any

NOTICE: S. Sibley, from a st id attention to the business, to and ho confidently lands asserts in Florida-the that they arenotiurpasKcd growth of- placed in his safo management of Horse commit other manufacture. Particular attention or ?

share public patronage. by any THOS. BROWN old
ted to his chargo. rebinding Boorkr.NewspapersiMsjlwleJiihlcts.
NOTICE Is hereby given that I shall, two OFFERS his professionalservices as Attorney Feb 15 29 tf MRS. M. A. CLARKE. which consists of sweet gum, wild cherry, mulberry Julv Id 51 Secretary and Proprietor MusiC Books. ..cn in plain ''Br _2.Tmding \
aftrr this, present my accounts and at Law, in the collection ol wahoo, maple magnolia, live oak and under- --J'- ; ; ratch- patterns."W l
debts Middle Florida. He will attend al Notice. of Dissolution of Copartnership n / or tl
of 4c.in contains 1,396.16
vouchers to the Judge of tho County Court Leon growth can. Tho tract
Subscriber Saturday night thankful
,jhe Courts in the Middle Ditrict.Ofce from the on Th l land I Copartnership heretofore existing under The subscriber, for the patrw,,.
for a settlement of the administration of the STOLEN which there has been cleared 275 acres. ie
estate of deceaeed.v in Munroe Streetin the uidingormerJ) SORREL HORSE, 17 hands high a the river and.voand a half miles I'll style and firm of FraJJcu&. Hart, is this I las heretofore received, hopes,by a stritl ittenj! .

Joseph Harley, by Wm. Wilson, a white hind foot with a large wart ,jn his sheath lays. one. milo ft on :i .1. --,I. -u j" .m.-- tivet.- lay dissolved by mutual consent., I.o his business,to meet a continuant's the :
JOSEPH F. C. hARLEY a me mounIt .
iwm
etinnnciist 11Knvn Knffn f Vr hv enmi_. nf nrrOAnV. bade atnul no miles
n FRANCIS,
..,. WM. II. P. lIAYWARrT
A.
.. ._ Tallahisste: May 12th 1838. 40-tf LU nuvu uccu barvvu ujr nt -' -- -j One-sixth f the
.. rO overflow. II
IO41. 24 .Adtn'r. IUJJUD"U received and libcj.ally is never subject to
.u..J. will thankfully LEVI HART. Tallahassee,Oct 3.1840
10
i
UAVIU S. S.ALKEH, b JOHN B. GORMAN. purchase money to be paid in cash,and the balance
Administrator's Notice. .
12,1840.The
SIX MONTHS oitcr date, I shall apply to the ATTORNEY AT LAW, 6fC. 1 JulyS rc\ardld. 52 __ in five equal annual instalments with interest. HP Tallahassee business, Sept.will be continued in future by WI.!- Medicine and Dentistryv -
of the Court of Jefferson conn- of the Middle District I -- will take, for part of the purchase money negroesat 26 A. COOPER DAYTON
County
(Wntchcs, Jewelry, Silver Ware Ac.B apply to C. I jam' II. Francis. 9 Sep DR. leodn.iuer
ty, for .final settlement and discharge f from theadministratorship of Florida. His office is the first room to the right __ AUSTINJ&CO. fair prices. For further particulars : to the ciizt" of Tall) llaIIIU'a.PHi
to the subscriber al i I REAMS Cap Wrapping Paper
1 S. Sibley Esqr.,Ta'Uhasseo! or
of ALEXANDER R MURRAY late over J B. BuU'sstore/m Tallahasseewhere he the 3IiO SICIAN SURGEON,& SURgONDE,3
may removed to .
have be paid. 72" Printing Imperial
to : paper.
of said deceased. found. St.Auirusline.-if by mail, postage Office in CoY! Brick
county always be store formerly occupied bv ALEX. WATSON. Medium and Demy, Wyatt's Bnildin/5/ ,op milL

BURWELL M'BRIDE, Dr A. M. RANDOLPH Wm H Wyatt, Co., where 3m: 20'. L' Fancy color! Medium. Dr. D. will be happy to attend to Ui1ur
& 26 9
December 19 1840 21_Administrator. located himself of A beautiful september 1810 Office Pa- branch r.f 'his rr fcsiin. He has devoted
Talahassee. they arc now opening a 20" Envclopcor Post maaatieution
Administrator's Notice. HAVLNG profession.ilsertices to public. assortment of articles in -'St. Joseph((FIs.:) Races.CALUOUN to diseases of the Teeth and Nenooi

ALL persons having claims against tho estate He is to be found at the office of Dr. J. H. Randolph their line, such a COURSE. received and forsaleby per. AfTfCtions of' the head and face,and is prepared lo(

DaidVill deceased,late of Leon county ,on Monroe Street. Gold Lever, Anchor, Cylen- Annual Meeting for 1841, wiM 1 commence P, A. HAYWARD: perform all the -'wary or ex'raordioiry.esen>
will fur and thoseindebted 2fi 42 THE on Tuesday, the 9lh li'-nsof Dentislry in a neat ilsubstaD'ialoiiOB
prMtil adjustment ; Mar __ dcr and Virgc W Itches; Rings DiamondOn- the Calhoun Course Ode 31. 1t.IO. 14tfItllNERAL r
to the said estate, will come forward and Law Notice. ,Ruby, Garate. 4c-; Broaches a, as Diamond, day of February next and continue five days free SPKINGS.---- \ He has a fcPLE.NWD( COLLECTIONAUTIFICIAL tthli .
yx
settle the came. JOAB WILLIS, Co-partnership hitherto existing between Mosaic, Cameo; Enamelled paintings &c. ; Gold for any Horse, Marc or Gcldingirl the U. States. for the TEETH.
TiE establishment has been opined '
Nn.2I,1840. 17 _Adm'r. ; 1. P. DUVALand Wjtf. H. BROCK- Filligroe Work, Ear Riga and Pins ; Silver Ware. First Day-1 mile heats-Pnrse $200. Tills the snl" cribers,and is now The same to which was a\ arded the:premium tl
ENBROUGH has been this day dissolved Second lJay-2 mile heats-Purse $400. season, by the lat Fair of the American Institute ipj stun
by Forks
Superior Court Middle District ofFlorld mutual such Tea Sets,Table and Desert ; Spoons, for of visitors. .\rrangcm 'iit5
I I. a Cake Baskets Third Day-3 mile heats-Purse $600. ready reception he will insert lit such a way 1t.IUltl wiUbeuilo-
,
.- Jeflcrson County. conlen Cups,Silver Plated Candle Sticks, been made for the accommodation of a rert'nahle -
have
John Tucker .) Attach meat $300.00 WM. II.BROCKF.NBROUGH will continue to CatOf.Tea Sets, Coffee Uins, ard Spoons; Cutlery Fourth Dly.-4 mile heats-Purse f 1000. number of visitors, and ample supplies laid'n .ral: in appcaiance, and useful for all lli. pnrpo*t
for reside at Apalachicolppand practice in the Apalachicola Mantle Fifth Day-Proprietor's Purse $300.) I mastication.: 'If they do not give Berfeet ati.-
.
J Damages GOO-00 Guns and Pistols, Canes, Astral Lamps, of the comforts and : of the luxuries of the
Clement B. Barrett. ) Returnable to April Term District,and the County of Leon, and the Clocks, Fancy Goods, &c. (miles heats-3 best in 5.) Those who imny ionize this place during faction, i"ihiiij! will be cbirgcii for the octralion.'I .

1841. Court of Appcal regularly and in Jefferson a nd All of which they invite their fiicnds and the The Officers of the Club guarantee that flhe country. pat 1 EKTjl PLUGGHD.CLEANED,.&;.
find their silnaiion more pleanmtthan
Gadsden specially as advertised, shall bo pat up before the tho sUlnmer..iII D 1). intends loinaKe his home iii TallthalRs,
persons concerned dl take notice of the, employed. public to call and examine. purses usual. The and l5athing-H uses are
Springs
ALL of the suit by attachment ; Tallahassee. Nov. Oth, 183' Nice watch repairing personally attended to. Horses are started. By order of order-the delijrhtl'ul unit scrvai.ts and he exjres1y warrants all his Dental Operations
:
in wnier
lei.t. good
Piefci
-- D. GRAY, and
JOHN 10 give preM-nt ptrmanenl satisfautoo.Ladies .
and the defendant and all interested STORAGT ; 20
Dec 21 .
are
persons in attendance to the calU of tins \'i:itllr. them
required to and plead to the declarationfiled lIE leaped of the PETra W. GAUT'IER jr. Secretary.aug waited on at dwellrajs dralOf
appear undersigned having one Runaway in Jail.COMMITTED Tho waters lamtF D.'s lesider at Mrs.Chandler's.Exarninatin .
in lid POPE if STONE. ffaro Houses and Ifharf erected the St. a Ne 22 4 t invalids -
s.it laleiy by to Jail 1hrl celebrated for their incdiciital pro1icrlies-Iiiany octlT
a and advice !
*lec. 26, 1840. 22 3m Att>.for Pl'f. Messrs. J. & N. Harnlin, solicit 0 share. of patron. Sampson,short set, GeorK'e Edglcy has arrived in town, I I have f'lUnd great relief and others restored gratis. 12

Jefferson County Court,) ace in theRecch.ing about Iro years of njre, says he belong* to Mr. Digger is his profession, to health and vijor by their u"(. For a pleasant reLASICt TEN v..6th Oct.1HO.Underslanilinir .

Eliza P., Barronton, 1 Attachment for $233 60 & Forw aIIsagLiIsincss Nightingale of Cumberland Island, Georgia. He Where he wants to be well known, resort during the summer mt nth.. this place equals I that Dr. CoortR DITTOS io-

Y V Damages $.00 eturna- TAFT & ALIXANDEl.Ponl.Mn says he has lived with Mr. J. D. Ryu,near Tallahassee. And cash: is his decision. 4 --au--;-22-- I I any other situation m Florida! or1 adjoining lends: to r.'ola"!i.-li h.i.iself.U3"a Physirian and Din.

Samuel W. Barronton. )' blo March'Term 1041. 15th April. 1840- The owner of said Negro is requested to -- -Cottovc..i ir i country. list, in Tallah.i "ie. Fla.. we take pleasure fl-

persons concerned will take notice of the CABINET MAKING. prove property pay charges and take him away or THE subscriber appointed: Weigher ofCult"n.1 I Charges will be moderate. pre"tng our ,,|>ii>i,n of his ability lo bebi_ <"I1'1t-}

ALL u tion of the above suit by nttnchmcnt, THE subscriber" thankful: ho will be dealt with according to law. : IICO of an act passed at thu SOH- I I G PONDER, I ful in those enh| >yments. This opinion is fcardtjon

.the defendant and all persons interested arc past favour* Recpcclifully HENRY LANDER, Jailor.e sion of lie: Legislative Council, respectfully in.I __JuneJ,_ _840.: 46 RICHARD JONES. our [.erov'at i1cfl'a'ntance with Dr.Dtjtoo

required to appear and plead to the declaration _.-.- informs the citizens of t.Marks, August 25. 1G40._ forms the public that he is pre rard to weigh Cotton I -----Th-oTICi--: and hi> regulation; as a PJirsician and f'cntiI.'

fled iu said suit. POPE & STONE I Tallahassee and vicinity that R. 4. BERNARD'S cither in this city or at the Railroad Depot,- Subcriheu otter for sale the f.-llouin! c ar flis education pt the North, combined witkiii

Att'y for {)lain tif. fl he continues to carry on the Remedy for Jtysentery Diarrluta, Summer. His scales are manufactured at the same place as Tim'!, low Cur csilCoinae experience ill 11,1'| treatment: of disease in i lartiw.

; ? :vlI84Nh m g ri i i Cabinet Makin bUI'es in /Vi7i> and I those used by the United Slates generally! and Brandy half pipes and qr.casks parts of the U. S';nt.s, a cisfriruir.atinj i iniadtid
( tipams.
Cramps
-.1.74a.i. .
[ all its at in the of studious hai it-. < him to be aalie bit heretofore
-_-_ variety c likewise by tho weighers of cotlOA city Holland Gin in bbliVhiskey.iiv >. > > q aMy
t ( iu tiicfjucucev conn -- all the abovo complaints, this Medicine: linn
"cO.sun of Bless and Ribolds opposite IN New York, and have been examined by the, Inspector du bv cj>, luMtoraLla member of the ,,
:
County. ._ Col. Wyatl's Store where he a certain remedy, both to children and of scales and wei ltu uCociU vii>,and prov- \ einn and society.. .
William Gorman ) November Term | bo happy to receive orders from his friends and adults. Numerous testimonials are given of its. ed correct. Price of weighing. 10 cents pcr !!alc. Lard,in kegu With these capacities for usefulness/ aJIIla"le"!

vs. > 1840. "i public generally. Sidcboa'rls Bureau's and fu rn i. efcacy. which may be seen where Medicine is D. M. SHEFFIELD,Weigher of Bnrwell M'Bride. Attachment RobertS. Bemud Norfolk Va. Corn,
) for $3500.THE by HayjrRlanhqdcn
1 defendant others will tureofcverydescriptionmade in a fullonable and For sale Prepared in by Ta llaha us ce. O ;t. 12.9. f_ and) Cod Fish in bide! for us to give him qur heaL witheS Ibthappt
and.\ intcre.led. substantial manner, and on reasonable terms, and 'alahuse. ADELPIil 1I0''EL.THE ness and prosperity a distant'part of ifiecotratnfvilhout
in
notice of the above t.\N O LEWIS.Forty Boxes Pickles, quart jar
attachment he hopes by strict attention to business to merit sep 4 __ } .PI.& undersigned having purchased from Gen. 300 bb!!. Lime. rxprcMtng'Our regret tbal birtphere of
sit by anti appear and plead and rereive a liberal share ofthe patronage .f the Dollars Reward.WNAVAY BROWN, that well known establishment McNACGHT & ORMOND.,' -. action and OMfirlncfta i i. to be removetf'from tLiineighborhood. !
thereto, &t the office Justice B add, at Monti-
public. from the subscriber, residing in Hotel, in the of Talla- ..
cello; and returnable the third Saturday of No. called the City city Port Leon. March 20th 1840.
JACOB BLESS.N. a likely MULATTO. title of I-C. G. KEENAYILD
1840. very hastfec, have opened the house under the -- Ac. .
TstnWer, WILLIAM GORMAN, B. All kind furnilu.ro repaired on reasonable GIRL named Francis, agrd about I; says, when the Adclphi! Hotel. They arc now making import. Watches fB, Jewelry,HE Subscriber has on R. G. P. WHITE;M.D.'
that she belong to Fisher. She the E. R. FIELD M.D
terms. questioned, ant improvements and repairs and will have by JL
NOT.21. 180. 17_3J Plaintif.In Tallahassee Sept. 7lh. 1929-tI. has been for some time in the neighborhood of ensuing Ml an extensive Brick Building erectedon assortment hand a of very Watches liandsoioc,Jew. Nov. 7, 1840. 15 t1 r.-.

Justice's Court. HEADACHE;SICK OR NERVOUS" Tallahassee, and is supposed yet tl )e the the property whereby they will be able to accommodate ', Plated Ware, Silver -
dry
Frederick Use, The extraordinary reputation that Dr. SpohnV same place. The above reward will paid for her 'strangers yii'inr this county in asatisfactory I Cutlery, &c., which PTLAFLY 6th VV.4:.

TSJoseph I S In Attachment. remedy for this distressing complaint is every day apprehension, and all reasonable expenses, if delivered minncr. The Public may depend .J\\ S be Spoons offers for sale on his usual The 'tiiifsrril. take pleasuro ro expienin;
.
Learned. Damage* $ 0.. to A. E.: Harris at Tallahassscc, or toP
much astonish. comforts.
their
gaining is certainly a matter of T \t ATO upon every attention lo 1j terms. Ho will receive new heir I high! opinion of Ih? professionsikilliixtattention
,
| defendant and all othert nterestcd, have exist. & J. i>1Ai. nCI"PII roVr\QJ'I.'V. .
THE arc inlnt. That so much Buffering should Juor.ru vu.V' & __ the winter. of Dr. A.C.DUTO'f. SurgeoB-DeEtist.
during
notified of the institution of N. B. If the said is harbored by a supplies _. T .L
the a bocsuit id for ages without any rilco\'ery or any mrdici-: nrgresx DAVID F. WILSOi .'..... nI'D' MM V1Is Ifis operations upon fie .trelh ofeatawlw

of attachment issued out of Justice Sibley's nat preventive or cure, is truly a subject of much white man, the extra sum of $40 will be given for Tallahassee April 3d, 1840. 36_ ___ attended VA to iiI with as n.lo&much OIJ\.U'-ability and promplas iub5crib", as well as many others ia'oar tunas
Court, on the 24th November returnable the that the detection and prosecution of the offender. ---- -- iacfilealness.
on the Indeed
regret ; but Dr. B. now assures public NOTICE. at in the Southern conntry.Jan edge, excite universal approbation. ,
shop
third Saturday in December ne31 and arc require 1 ,uch a remedy .been invented a will convince Hickstown. Madison co.. aug 15. 3_ my ab-cnce from Territory, Col. as 3 any FREDERICK TOWLE. care and beanly of finish mark all Iij*

to appear and plead a the la I direcl.FREDERCK the most credulous. Tho principles upon which it Lands for Sale. DURING F. Wilson is my authorised Attorney} work that as in Ibo case of the subscribers iti

HOC. Defc't. acts are simple and plain. It is an admitted fact to previous notirp, the Apala n fact. A. R.STEniE.NS.[ ( Copari nership. Ycquently mistaken for natural." .
NOT. 5. .183rIN that this complaint, whether called Sck; headache PURSUANT Company now offer fur sale and Tallahassee Au!. 17. 1340. 4 THE subscribers have this day form n i J. T. DAVIS,

THE SUPERIOR or Nervous eri'C primarily from the entry. the Pino Lands in Leon County. >hip at Port Leon un t/1"! the nsm B. F.BEITON,
COURT .
OF THE leadache. folowir.g ABERN iTtlY, & HAN. .\
KIUKMAN of Miller Row le' lo the S CRAG
; &
stomach- they have the Nervous In Town Range I Earl, sections 7,.1C. carryon D. E. ROSE _
MIDDLE DISTRICT OF Merchants
FLORIDA _
Commission
Headache may rest assured that this organ, the 18, 19, 23, 25, 26, 34, 35, 36-and fractions unsoldin & COMMISSION buMncss. -
IN CHANCERY. stomach, is the first cavee, that the system has become sections 5, 6,S, 9, 10, 14, 15, 17 and 24. New Orleans. They have a large and commodious warehouse, The Congressional GI e

Oliver Lesley and James Fite'h,1 vitiated or debilitate.), through the stomach In Town 3 South,ran rc I East-sections 1, 2,4 Referto R.K. Call, and Henry Bond. for the storage of merchandize and cotton; and ,' ILL be made up of the daily pro eedng! '

lately) partners Hading under the and that only through the name channel must they 5, C, 1 11, 12, 13, 14,15, 22, 23, 24, and fractions of 3 _Jnn._17 1KW._:C 24tfNOTICI3. hope, by s'ricl attention and prom),tncss in the of the two Houses of Congress ud the
firm of Be !ley& Fitch; EdwardC. expert a restoration of the natural! and healthy and 10. execution orders, to give satisfaction to all who speeches of the members condensed. The J ea-

Richards, Isaac H. Bau>eU functions of tie'! system. This object Dr.Sphon'.s la Town 2 South range 2 East-sections 30 and UUING my absence from Florida, P..mrtoriC. may cnliut>t business to theia care. and nay.ion all important subjects ire pit- 1&

and R.bert W. Aborn partner remedy U eminently calculated to attain. The 31, nnd fractions of 19, 29 und 32. D i'opeof Monliccllo, is my agent and attor GEO. MILLER, is published! as fast as the business of the till.

trading under the firm of Richards trutli of this position cannot b controverted, and In Towji 3 South range 2 East-g-scclions 6,7 ney. JOHN! F. TUCKER. Refer to- JOHN .. ROWLES. Houses will afford matter enough J&t a ansiben.Each

Bassetl 4. Aborh: Joseph CROSS BILL tho sooner suflVrers: with headache bccome and fractions of 5, 0, Ii and 29. jan8 Messrs.Detton & Fisher, Tallahassee; number will 'contain sixteen rojtl I0**

Brewster and Lemuel BrewMcr, FOR convinced of it the sooner, wi their sufferings end In Town I South range 1 West-sect iors 23,:30: 26STAGE LINE .u Berry & Dowling, .' pages of small type; We expect to publish Uw

trading .J. If L. Brewster; V DISCOVERYand in restoration of health. Sphon pledges his 31, 32;33, 34 and fractions ofl I!, 20, 27, 28, 35 and Po. Leon Feb. I. 1840_31 numbers for every two week of the session. ,

Warren Keinball-in behalf & RCLICF. professional reputation on thin fact. The remedymay 36.The From Columbv, 6'a., to Apalachicola, Fla. --Valuable lands lor Sale. TheAPPEND'lX contains tkeipeedjes"121

of themselves and .uch other be had at the apothecaries. whole Town 2 South! range I 1Vcst, except Four Horse Post Coaches. | subscriber having a greater quantity of members,at full length, written out bj thUI1 l

judgment creditors of James J. In all acidity or sourness of stomach, this remedy sections 2S,26,3.and 3.e THE than is desirable for his own'cultivation and is printed in the same form as thMJoap'

Birge as shall rome in and contribute is sovereign and invaluable ; a a general 'family A 1 812 to Jjl.50. per acre m bills of the utTers for sale three valuable plantations: ;situated sslonal Globe. It will be pabfisUad ai fut uiw

,&c.-Compldnons. medicine it in i now adopted by many of the i Territory. on Black Creek, ,about thirteen. miles cast speeches can be prepared by the members._ Bat
and most respectable f.miliee: It never sickens the These Lands offer advantages for pasture range from Tallahassee, containing thirteen hundred Each of these works is complete m i *1f.

Ur.liu Birgc and James J.Drce.j stomach or pioduccs any of the unpleasant effect* cultivation and superior Timber. Via Florence, Fort Gaines, Blakely Porter's acres,600 of which are in a high state of cultivation it is desirable for every subscriber to *19W--

Dtftndantt.B"T of phvvic. Cash payments bo required for half sections and Jirotcn's Ferries, Ga., and Incinton,, the residue mostly I rich hammock land, with because should there be any ambiguity iau 13-vr

appearing lo the Judge by afdait. that the Directions for uuo accompany r
JL laid Urelius Birge and Dirge defendants : D., over these may be made on thu thl the crops raised upon this plantation have not been any denial 'of iu correctness,it may bo

above named are residents without the Territory Proprietor nnd Inventor. Company;tint is, l-4tliincashand 1.2 and 3yoars I ONLY 30 HOURS Stage travel from Colum surpassed by any in tho country. Another, about by referring to the speech in the pPCDcflJ II

Florida, but within the United States: II n For pale in Tallahasse, byt20 for payment of the other 3-4lhs. .to New Orleans, in splendid Coaches banks the same distance, noithcast from Tallahassee, Indexes to both arc sent to subscribers*toO C .

is considered and ordered, that the said defendants 47 IANDOLPH $LFWIS. Lands in Gadsden and Leon, suilahln exclusivelyfor I n a Chatlahoochee level and beautiful River. road along the of containing about 700 acres, of rich,oak and hicko- they can be.'prepared after 'the' m

Ureliua Dirge and James J. liirge do appear and I cop rf tp. cultivation, will also he sold as usual,on application he DAYS OF DEPARTURE. iji' lauVittl6 or 70 acres in ctl1intif'nand Congress.

answer the said complainant bill of : subscnberb day entered into to John Cnruochari, Esq. at Aptlachicoh.orthe soother in Hamilton county, about ten mile from TOMS"t.oa'
and
complaint THE commission and for Subscriber; and settlers will picfcrrcd to the From Columbus, un Tuesdays. Fridays, Fort of the Congressional '
within four months from the date of ( I jreneial b tho Suwannce Springs, containing about 2000 copy, tJA

lication of this order; otherwise the said bill will wardini merclant under the style of McNaught purchase of their settlements; provided they make 6 o'clock, A. M.FromChiattahioocliee, on the same daysand same acres a small part in_ cultivation, with farm ncuscs 1 copy of thAppendix, -.Win.",

be taken pro eonfeuo. It in 1 further ordered, that : WM. McNAUGHT. their arrangements within a suitable time. limo after the arrival of the U. S. Mail Boat from &c. This land is of superior quality for (. culture Six copies.of eilhef of iho above 'or '''
who P
this order b publab.. in oa. of the newtpapcri JAMES 01tIU [). Former purchasers from the Company are Fort Gainer of sea islfnd cotton. sent P,r$5{ ; welvc"e9pie ror"10y.,41.

printed aDd publlhell the District Port Leon. Jan 20. 1 .I 26_ in arrear with their p.yment. oro respectfully re. Apalachicola Persons desirous lols.ancl vf going meeting from Columbus Ga. Also a tract of 400 acres, at the natural bridgeon Uonate number of copies for aI3rgettPayments **t.
the with Mr. 1 1\'rorr
aforesaid, once. for four months. CO-PA I'L'N BUS IF. quested to fertile with Subscriber ar to New Orleans, will find this by far the cheapestand the St.Mark*,.about 1 I miles south cast oCTal may be transmWed by tt4
31st of August,A. D. 1810.ALFRED I Carnochan during the season. is .MID,at oar risk.. The Dotenr aoriC0P
Dated day Subscribers have entered intopartncrshij most expeditious, as well as the safest and lalubsee; halfof.this tract a rich alluvial s ui i r or.
4I
BALCH.Judg THE the firm of J. B. BULL & CO., and J. B. BROWN most comfortable as it intersects the great upon it there is also a fine mill scat, with greater bank ir.the United_ 8t'ates" nBi '

of the District of Middle Florida. will on the of MERCHANT TAI Agent Apalachtc Land Company. and Florida way Line Chaltahoochce water power than any Middle Florida. country,wber a subscriber 'ru de.-.ilt
Brunswick -
Te>t-E. G. WiXtroKD.' Clerk. 1 Sep 12 LORSbothin carry this place and the city of Meu Office at Mr. E.Barnard's,Tallahassee. making a travel of but 30 hours at by stages through. Those lands will be sol)J at moderate prices andreasonable t"J

have been made for jn. 22 ___ credits and if ensure .. the numbers,
Iu the Superior Court, middle District York. Arrangements a con the whole route. Timo from Colamb* to Mobile, desirable, the pnrclur Dcctmbi nt-
or Florida. slant aad full supply of Cloths, Cassimeres, Vest. Notice. 54 hour can have Union Bank .Stock ;upon a part of lie should be here by the 14th "

iligi, etc.and a large assortment of Ready .adetlOlhinf. Copartnership heretorol e ezisLing inthe For the Proprietors, purchase. ,W BKADENDo farthest.ID" .--
(m CHARCKKY.) and thsy are now prepared to accommo THE STEWART BARNARD being WILLIAM CADY. 2 8.21 .. :'
Between Andrew'G* Norwood, A- customer and the public, in any artich dissolved by the death of c senior partner, all Chattahoochec. January 20.1810. S7 tf 12Ior hale-_Tvvo two horse Jersey Cryo&g ,Teas the money. .aceompacies. i it.- .Rr-

) and Ezekiel J. Moore and called for in thcirline. Oocofhe partners, 1r. persons indepted to tho frl are requested to make .i: with Ihrncu.cconip1ete. ,Apply BLAllt
Turbul residing in New enable immediate settlement all having claim ] i Oostenhofer & Davies. Washington City, llth I NOT. 1840. .
l Arabia Jackson, ,ame. in trade, un Wade wjl lllm \i COMMISS1ON.MERCHA itL auggi: 4VM'H'.FUA: : CIS..: rOl the" 'Tatt
der the name,style of Moore Creditor execute allorderspromptly and the most rca please present the same.E.BARNAftDJr.Survving. Nort-.Subscriber* la the Appendix iii
Jackson for themselves and other Bill, .onableterms. J. B. BULL.HENRY Partner. WEW ORLEANS.REFERENCES. ; JQhnc.-Jasbl lessioB will nowtiscoinpieted. recerre two nnrobejr* Tf |

who come In and contribute&c. Filed lit WADE Tallahassee July 14, 1839._49 tfSO .-H.Bond,Esq, Measurer andt Inspector of'Lumber for the .- .Tbo :oxtraordmiry W1.
air
Complainants : and John B. Keen, & Feb. 1840. TaHar.a seeN.r. 17.183& _ _15_ "Dollar* Reward. Jtfessr It Belton & Fisher, County! oftjJLeenf. ; length.of.tho .p eche stihiheetsei1i} a

Mary Center administratrix of William L. CMerchant? Kerr-'c & Kirk"_ ', Tallahassee., OFFERS,scrric*. ta'IhoM-who'may please. aor apology for IU dcta/V! .. r
A WAY from Plantation of :I .
Centar Utelj) deceased,.Defendant*. Tailor, RUN 0 him. Charge moderate. : -q "
cititcns subscriber iu Gadsden county, Messrs. Molyneux,,\Vilhcrby 4C o. Livcrpt Ta1la1iaaseeI4areh Jo&; 1849. 33 .NOICeSberabyealion. .'
inform the ol
aptrujg to the Court by affidavit, that the '2'OULD respectfully March 23, Hi40. :13 J ftom..uadaJI'Dole ,
Two Boy ) all *
..
Negro peraon
IT M.ryCenter one of raid defendants above '4'I of Tallahassee itr vicinity, that he ha ii __ CHEAP .HOUSE. SIGN AN 10B..T.r

named, rmde' bsyoad the jurisdiction of this returned from New York with a fresh supply ol i named George 'and ,Wiiam. Georgeleft Last-Notice. ORNAMENTAL. PAINTING,GLAZINGa4.'ruper.nangiaig.5 efhaadiveu March fcy. '* Al'riJ. aa C.

Coart,'to wit in the stata ( is conwdetodftad Cloths, Calimtri and of the newel on Sunday mornng is about 22 person indebted lo'the' Estate af,T. M'. ', ; Nearer, sonw.iime; IB or '
New.Yok I Ve.llng of stout rather down. ALL t aid.oraUolf.w. b dt said-note; ;wotsi .Af"
o inade, a !
ordered that, Mary style and the finest ( he pledges tc year. age ,decaod, are'reqairid lo COMe forward onderiznc I
him to.have i in thi can 'took when spoken to,fiddle with his left hand and settle without further deity,:and all towhom .THE: dGnetet.nAoji7.iI. 'roiiI.
Ceur. Adminislmtrix of William Center, lately those cal on Oa.d..up n of/r&llahM and-TJciwly,that hoU .,
tha.
bad _
the' and fastidioui and oncebelonged to Mr. hl.rveyend;. plenty the'Ealato 1.indobtad; will hand in their elairas far '
I
d.ces.d,do appear and answer aaid oapbiDUl nrw.st To pleao cay x prepared execute, in.1.lo.ecatessa2ierany -Ocr,3ij&. .. &. .: -
kill of complaint within foor m rr da the fiu1criber has employed R.R.,Filfrim, who .clothing. >j: adjustment, ot they will N barred.: 1 Ia ofthe above bra QchGS..',.bort a .ce.4. price* ... &,41. r.- .
this .t will giv hi. undivided attention' to' tbo eaUln| William i i. (boat !year of igeslit! ot high A 11 ALEXANDER."tb1'1. which will induce lhos ..w"QlincwOrk"'d *&*fiv : : N Uce.Lni4.Mat :

otlbllpa\1ilt or"ttrI.4, : 'oder bU O'eoartment.' _, i hi*,knef* !lather back 'when itsodtngcrect, ELIZA BETH McC4 STY, ail ritx. I him a call, .C.uatnj.oitlcre P eiUt.auO4.io. : b'ap Jat..JtI
u.
I lb\t this ardtr I hJiae in'' on. of the mwipaMf : Otl 6Lb. liii._ has a'pleisaht'countenance andrea4a and writ.weU. 8IIvkv,4piT3I4E.3.0 .- I "i- ..,' .. $.S;:),w.-.r ..Ut:0qIfI. P .DcI f": );niabtia r,,4. 1'n 1:, '
North
Talabt. Ii is ha will for .
.1. J print or kj, TaltabosMe in the. !4OTiCE., olina.. .upd, mao -. .Ci.: .' obooiUwf,vhb itr "ll..J.hl$ *s14 mixed tGrI" fH-Z .l :,a 't_.) -iflttl Fr&erlt4 s&- -aiH .,

J3itntt al'( 'iKkI; one* week for four mont. ; 'fetok-all' : ')Bower cf.Atlorntj will giro fS5 for -1ilt- secured I can get lUE' aOr.'c.um.rbiau-; .' ;Feb 1' t9. '. :"1 f'J'thH..r..b. f\.J ..1 :

DtUd thii SlH'dajr of December. ( ,.1D)1eb t BEUBEIf MANNING i them,1 and'all roaionaVo, 1 tot.t eir jjia : 'destro1 ,.&lN .c"lIa1aG Ja :. : ,;.t!,. JoOaJi I''f.t 'Y l'P 'ti.ftitd.Uk.il:

t I. ,ALFRED 'B.ALCHiudgi&c?; ror'tfoatto: snD LnJ'C.:F. rJU. tfciiI plantation thar.|paic! &ii b.aat.d wtsn. utotsvird.. 1 H4NnSOKs..uGHTBR.Obp1g.Ith iLhiu rm"o -

.' ,I .1to ZAOH.; HOPSON.' ior&L th '1 1 'IJhU6 -.; 1. .1ik: ...D !' ..1tE.". a harnesteotepfctf;rc t4rhUI5tby,
Att : BLgQRb, Cl rk. &.N..II., 'April 11, 'r',.i&K.'IWET.1 (Wlunee J. enollt.rJh =" 'J &\, ., I fort;rSW V Wit';}tSA' U GH'I'P. : ,9o' f

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