The Floridian
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Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: February 27, 1841
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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become Subscriber to the nid Bank TERRITORY OF FLOKlllA.r. THE FLOKID1ANts _-_ '"=-" i_-. I. -, ."C'' .'j : '
ton and aMigna;-Aud whereas al Ieo, Middle District I'I 'A JOURNAL I I I The ; HB8BHBHBBHHSBBBHsllpBBp i v S.
of.t.iouuud Marthal of I resolutiopa respecting the meatier John Fflaan s
roileenlh day ef February iu the ycnr To the published I % pay i
iceelly Tallahassee Florida. "/t of 'f-
: eight hundred and dlirly.aet greeting : company troops;&c.; ..
ft, fill*u pawed by the Governor and Leg- UIT UEREAShcref0ru to witon.the eleventh Lord Tuns-Five Dollars -per annum, in advance.Advertisements Of the 110114 of 'Rejnrc&ntatiixt, .of the legulatiix Council Was read a second time and ordered (fOr a third reading on i :
of Florida, tn February, in the year >.r our :
!,Cnn l of( the Territory 1f'. d.yof hundred and thirty-two B of the l.riforyoj "l"ida, at nineteenth. Session therc- to-morrow.: j '
< eight
of Incorporation a al'PtDrtIiritinal thousand '
iA Charter enrol'inciit of naid; Charter of In charter oae Incorporation$I wui grai>ted by,the L":;ilutive i- Communication inserted mid other at the usual rate. ofj held ill the Capitol, in the City of Tallahassee, begtnmngioa. Mr.:, Brown from the joint select committee t? wnich was I ;: ,:,

thereof) of re- Council of tho Territory I of FJeridi, to aRank articles for insertion the'4th referred the resolution of the Senate .of f
amendment the
i, and of aaid Territory cHabliahod in the of 'fal1a ha" in thee patier! must be directed lo EDWARD It Giasci ; day of ,Jtfniiary! A. ,D. 1841. 16th'Jnst.. relatrte \
of lle City te
th office of the Secretary to be \, Editor.LottcrH .. THURSDAY 18th to the payment of the 'formerly commanded Col. )
February 1841. troops >
of tin I
il at ae Florida will aa,by prinlrd by authoritY of 11wand said Bank, tl'eir p.ucesors! and aFigns{ up.iii 'the : on I Ufcinc5s rnniiTlrd, with' the ettib-: The House mi t pursuant to adjournment. A quorum being Robert Brown and Alaj. Isaac Garrason, reported. the. following .

Legislative Council of the mine.alio ,-. cu: ditioll", !iniitaii- and, rrstrrrtloni,, provided in I 'lish mcnt. to t Iinso.N &. HICCAUU, Publnlieis.Mofluf's / 1'1 present tin;journal yesterday's proceedings was read. : as a subSiitute'therefor : .
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law was pu od by tint -aiJ Charter, vh.ch' ; taid Bank va incorporated by' WHEREAS
Lrr.lal4wc, a i C.uncal of the *jid "errill"It.tfrih lice name and fclylc ot the "CKSTKAL BANK OK Vegetable I-ifc Iflcdiciucs.rB I Mr. Mvers, pursuant to previous notice, asked and obtainedIea by a joint resolution adopted by the Legislative

.. .., of March !in the jrar of our 'LORWA-Alld whpr"8K4 liO, "n the lhirl"inlli .1 IinkEmetliciiiC: are indebted fur their name >cC,"iutroluce a bHI to be entitled, an act to amend an act '. Council, at its present session, His Excellency the Governor of

( elhounnd c-glit! luindrcd the Diisirict and Altorneyii tliir-.inr.c'lftrTiiul'J'to |, day of February, in the year of cur Lord one thou- g to the tnanifett Hud urtmiblp action of l'uri.1: entitled, an act to incorporate the Cit of Apalachicola ; this Territory, was authorized and requested to settle the ,claim**, "
Lgjair'ttid requiring snnj i-i"ht hnndrvd and thirty-four an act WaspasseJ
i intitule the fequtxilc' le,al pn. by the Legi lattve Council! of the Territoryof \ fying the springs and channel of lifl' and ] Which was read a first, second anti third time and passed. for services rendered, by the troops in East Florida, tinder the !

-"i" tflf A nude'! V.nt-in' : (fltorr.a1Ieus'ii; iucuncjirtiortncir Floiida, in addition to Jnd ainondatory to the I llicui with renewed tone and vigor. I In :cu/luuig liuu-l' Title as afoi'esnid. command of Col. Robert Brown, and 'Major Isaac Garrason,' .

nrctire Dianicts, it IIIlfhl have I varl,! cleat h'r of incorporation,-And when te also I dred many Mr. Smith introduced and to apply to the authorities for :'
cerliru-d bill Washington -
.entitled proper City
( which to
Cli.rlfi by ni/n-u., and to aO have been made public; a an act to require
lhe same 1" .,*.:. -itliatlliosajdClui.) ,. on Lord tie one twcf\h thousand) djy of eight February Imudrrd, in cinch the tiinty.\'ear of!c\en our, ; and in al.notl e\ ry fpeciea 0 r ti! *<'ase toliuli !I specie payments and to provide rc'irfedjes for the violation of the payment of the said claims : Now, for the better under- I

"A, be dfdarcd null atiJ voi.l.' Ly tIll Jud. nn act was passed by lice ('invt mon and Le islalivuCounri 4 t lie liuiim'i frame i i.. liable, the hnpny! etl'ect of dinners and contracts by the banks of Florida J standing of the intention and meaning of the Legislative l Co ff- :

!''edie proFrC04nte ill. nH Di"1rict.-iAII.1 Unite.IfotthC of llic T >ri'Hory of Florida.further to amend | MOFPAT'S LIFE PILLS and PHOENIX HIT Which wa read and laid on the table. cil, in the adoption of the said Resolutions : :
CII r1rJ1 S. :aJJcJ'. \t Atl-rnejof eaid Charter of incorporation., as by the I jTKHS!: live Ileell : I I Be '
apprarn gratefully and Resolved
MiWle DMria of Florid, prneecundTtrnit0Y original enro'lrni-nt, of nd Chatter of incorporation publicly acknowledged Mr. Mosclcy from the Committee on the Judiciary, made the further by the Senate and House of Reprtle7lj j
( htll t! appeared on this day. hf llio pcrxutu beiiudtirt.; and wliu were tatives f the Territory of Florida That it
; : and did addiiioisal I and aniendatr>ry net!, of; following tie leqnired of .the _
or-aid' TerriorJ'. and by him, tip1fIn Louit record in the office of the Secretary of the Territory i i>rcu iu-ly unjcqiuin; ltd MI i h lice/ liciitiiully, !i.'ucioiliical -j I REPORT commanding! officers of said regiment.an.dbattaliori > .fiirn!fj. I I
and tc infiirinpil, thai I \ : ; ; .
; principles which! '
tl of Florida, us \>clas! by the public btatutrs of the upon they J regularly"certified rolls of the
"fFluriJa"3t the coutily of Leon &tedID1TCt The Committee the whom referred muster services rendered, and the
.Bau. Territory of Flomiapiiiucd by authority oflheGovvbrnorand Iy 1Ct.I COlltC'fllenl'I'I on Judiciary, to was a j'

: hith!forfeited anti iu Charjj im- Legislative Council of thc same,-And j I The LIFE MEDICINES commend : bill entitled, "a bill relating to the manner ol bringing suits in forage and subs.istance-furnishe signed by the captaias of the j I
ihercbvronferred.bynon-iuer.and the IrtachwM,privileges tights he iath whereas alsoa law was passed 1 by the Governor andLegis.hativc 'I in di"CbCS of every form and IcFcriplion. Their the courts of this Territory and (for other purposes," have in- several companies, and countersigned by an inspector and mustering 1{ I''

issue Council of the Tetrilory Florida, on first operation ill\ to iooirii fiom 'structed officer, as i is required by the rules and articles of war for I
thaU ite facia* might according toU.o the fourth day cf March, in the of our Lord the raals of the me to report the bill to the House, with the following ,
Li _sammon uid, 'Bank of Florida," to ap- one thoiitiand ei;ht hundred and IhirtY-lIinel\ulho.year :,.bloniach and bowels the various impurilie and [ amendment, strikeout all of the bill after the enacting clause, the pay men t-of troops in the service oftbe United States. !'

IlefIllC UY'' Court, at _the proper time andy ri"mg and requiring the District Attorneys of i-aid crudities coni-tunlly settling around them ; and to and insert (the following substitute. Be it further Resolved, Thai His Excellency the' Governor j' !
the Siidhjuld as a .
If It could why
61101& cause Territory to ,un-littitc. the requisite legal lroccI.iugs remove the hardened, fcces whkli (immediately after
Ie corpfJr&tit\n not bo repealed.void : collect! in the | All of which is respectfully submitted. ascertaining the amount l legally due. said reg t
of t !t such banking incorporations, in llnirre
eam convalu.ioiiD of the smallest iment and
Dull nnd ; diftiicU inti'tiinci. 0 thc w battalion,) be, and he is hereby requested, to apply at
daJ8d >pcciive ns might heave iricuned forfei- medicine D. MOSELEY, Cluurman.
o4E YOU ARE HEREBY COM turi s of their chatters by non tuer, and to .'cute only partU'.ly cleanse UICSL und leave the proper Department Washington for the of the
u "ia'io' known to thu BiiJi pro : such collected tiia.'scs behind ah to produce Which was read and received, and said bill ordered for a second payment -i
ID. Thill yo tho same to effect i>o that the xaid Churttr habilu same by the United States and in the of failure
florida" and all the I'reMdenU.Caishiers, might be declared null and void by the judgments al cot-lii cncss, xMlii all its tr?ill of e\ils fof nuJdcn i reading on tomorrow.A ; event a to obtain j
'4 ind Slotkholdm th.r..f that they 1 1Ju lie diarrhea with its I the payment thereof by the United States, then he is hereby
of thc proper CourUin ail DlilraclAud, wlierc- iinnunurtt (I3seets. Thit fact is bill to be entitled, an act to secure to the people of this

4Ft &tItt P" ol our for ulieri"r the County Court of of Leo the:, eta, ChailesS. Sihlcy, Attorney uflhc United State \\'ll l! KDUVMI to all regular anatouiits: x\holamini, ; : Territory a sound currency ; was read a third time. requ stcd and authorized forthwith to settle said claims, as provided 1 :
D.ricluffioriJa: for the Middle Dilrcl; '>f Florida, jrone) uttug for the hum-in for in the under
in next Buditiuets bowels after death ; and hcnee the Mr. oflercd act which said troops were raised, and ; j
i fourth Mend:) January or I said Territory hath appeared on tI.ili. day on bchallj 1 J.e-I| Thigpin the following amendment thereto : .
the Courlllla}' be aJj.mrned to, ut j I of baid Territoryan by him the Court here i is civen judicc: of those veil informed men agai.ist: quack':, Thai the words 4th day of May" in the 4thjine of site resolution passed at the present session of tlie .Legislative, t J !
IJ'iUKO in the Cit) of TulUliiis Dud inf .: ineiiicincbr incdiciucs prepared need heralded to Council which these Resolutions intended more .
furl toundemainl und hu /rm'>d.hal lll!Fad.oocrl. first section be are fully to
rclLton. to .how, if anv thing they fur I I, trill BanK ol Florida" al the t-uid County
11.'e or CIIU ">'. why thai .nid Cluricr ill the Middle Dinlrii.1 1'K.iiJa aro.c-f.nld haLls fui i! uftiic LiTu Mt-dicinc i* to .ICUIIM llio ( ':
: and '
rrtiuu vftbetau! (If Flunida" "h"uldIrrepealc I (.xuJ a..Ciiuricr, and all:: the fraiK.hi.-e, pn\ilc c>,,,I bladucr\ anil, Inlln.s nican, the liver kidneys and The House resolved into a committee of the whole upon a be it further Resolved That His Excellency the Governor 1 :
sunutltd, : *ud nndi! voiJ, arid jllfianchi lung's, be
!, light, &lId: 'lainiunUU'K, llM'ivby i-oufcrred, by .NOSIM ;' I requested to ascertain if there !
thin Iw.a! It h rill neil of bill to be entitled the of this Territory were mustered into the i
Jlrin.t..c" al'd -ti>. b" in which! eutiri-ty ticpcnds! an act to secure to people -
jjeueeLIe.S !' :u, an l !uli! lr..y.J'll.al toe' tOUr rr 'd. l he> s-izi-d.i.to ;) .*-e.. i):ii ami j I 11.\:1. arcordinj in law, to t-uinmon 11.e *. .ij1teal CVni -. Lice reu itriiy of I the 1riwr; ) or:.iiiS. The I a sound currency, and a bill to be entitled, an act to re- battalion, any companies or troops from the -

jBf! Mid -ferritury, 3,it11rt leer tll do at.jid! I i : iJaiiUot' Fionda: to OIl' ear liffum ths! : Co_rt, blouil: vvli.tli takes its red color from ihcajrcncy of 5 I I quire specie payments, aud to provide remedies for the violation State of Georgia, so that .in the event of the. United States refus I

it,bat lice. said behalf turl, ll blull>t>u, iu<"i"ulli..r Ihcic! of lId ii, : ai' llio piopcrlime and! !pUr*, and .hu\\ cau>'e J I'I lice ]I.n'r cc tad the Iuicgs bcf ie it pats-:. into the 'of charters and contracts .by the banks of Florida. Mr. Steele ing to pay the said claim, the Territory of Florida shall not be

anei in vl"h 4 all)' it could, wliy: the ud: "liaitcr r of 1.1tI.rl'lJra. heat1., being; lliiik p.iiiicd! byte nn, ond I required to pay but her. own And in :
djiimiaiidf i nourished any troops: off the
are t'j.-tliei to yivvlitulioii in the chair-after some time in consideration thereof the paying
'nd j"l1 tin.i blioj'd: ii'U uu |l'n' fj'.cd: and dcc.ircu: i.u'.l JIK' food spent ,
;. of ill iirocffOinjr.. liIicrcf by 'I/IIIg; from a .lean Ftonuch! courses said troops, by the Territory Floridathe rules and
el'LLe void: \jcorimittce rose and reported both bills back to the House, andalso regulations
in s nnc pu'a'ic: ii"-\\$| .|h'14iltDtreeL in | ASIC; freely I ihruugh: theein*, reneus ( of theMfleiii established the War
YOU : :
juan "Hr.KFF"KC: IIKKKBY: COM- very part by Department for the paying off the
ol i rioriila l ;.or ibipjui, .l fire.kiomtbe .- 1 MANLEITli.it) : y MI n.akt- kt.ovvu, to the caij i I itt! t Inunij'li.ur.'y mounts the banner of''I that they had made progress, and asked leave to sit again ; in the service of the United States shall be troops '

FJ at return*. 01,'lln> v,nt. tnd nf).0111'('iriucc.1.,4WB : !..; fl'ctorCa..hcr; itiil St.i Liiol.liMr.' Iltt.tcef, ih.i I !; 'IUro1l'"f' 'nlable J.,- Medii'inr" 'lnuo I Mr. Smith, by leave of the House, withdrew the bill intriduccd were read.
l.een :
QI tbc fiftt dy ul l the nexitenn of they !.,' before_ JlloId. ir:; S'.pino''; Court "I 1'llwrcJIIhl.r I. .tcd. and. .DronwunreH n ./Mrtinedyfor -.. : I by him this morning. Mr. Cone moved that the whole matter be indefinitely post : .

|| G. Wi.I.l.roRnJflcrk the Middle, JJii-trua ol ri'T'dj! fur the Ci'iinty oi! Dyi-ptps.a' : -:---1':11'3'1;; '-; ;:*" Tho.House into Committee of the Whole poned- .; .. ,' S
%.- flICl1.lUi! Leon, on the lutirih Monday of Ajin! licit ufli-r : ; Flatulency, oftae went on a bill to ; ; ':
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1 of our i-aid C.iuit. U.is It'th jj) \the date of llii: ; rt. or sued oilier tune, an thc heart ..Lu.of:\pputite, Hcarlbujn and Heads J be entitled, an act to secure to the people of this Territory a The ayes and,Nays were called oxtbs'tjiesil by Messrs. .
eaorJ.&t.uary< A. I) JUn. aii.al l ticij\ : he d It,!.- Brown and Priest, and w0fe ;
: Couit may n.ljourn. to, at the Court House "I'I( tlt.u"c11.tcmpt'r., Anxiety, Languor sound currency.Ir.. Steele in the chair after some time ._ -1
tin-- Unit spentin :1J
t.6dy.arorthe said County of Lion, at lIce tuy of Tall.ili.inuf, in ,, ad MiLl.rl.oly: o&tivenef, Dianhea, Cholera, I Ayes. .Messrs Bell Bird, Branch, Cone Eliuardi Evans .
. ; r ll.l/llI i fli a. consideration thereof the. committee rose and their chair ,
J St"tw ( by
aid Count ', to J.oit" t tiring the fir trcmMLho
:'- r'ni-r
} ) of ni: k.nds; Uheumatisin Fernandez Fontane '
a I I':. (>. WHLLKOjU). Clerk of 0 have or can eiy. uhy the raid C'lurli olIncurji9rdln.ji of Gout, Dropsies I man, reported said bill to the House with sundry amendments'; Nunes, Priest, Smith, Steele, Taylor, t-
Dilri.. .f all Kind =, G rol\'d'orm', Asthma and Williams .
I SprrlIr; CUU n u1( the Middle: t I, ; of lie 44Ccnir.ii I Hank ol I Fiori: I-,1" and Cue,- Which Thigpin -15. ,
: received iu.
" and concurred
I. FiuriJa foe Lcmi County.by .iiould nut te rcpi-ali-J, IIIUII: !, d, und ma" c void :!I sumiti'in;: :: e.iver, I'lccrs. Inveterate Sores, Scoributic report was Nays. Mr. Speaker :Messrs. Bannerman

imtrrt aud all liOeilicv, onus taeit:et. rijjht. pnv.lpgcs: and Eruptions ai.d Bad Complexions! ; EruptiveCui.ijiluiiils The Speaker then declared said bill to be upon its passage.Mr. Church Duval McKinnon Brown, Bush i

ICE i" ','re: given uflhe forrjjoinjr pro-. franthis:, by) these *3me 4.nli-rrrd. be BCIZI'd ir.'.v : loI10W. clou.'ly and ohcr: disagreeable Duval appealed from this'decision, because, as he contended Pent, tadbury and Stephens-IX). I. !

eding to ti.ll r>eri>'>nc mentioned and contereifl pjSsi"> dm-ctrd. lr.nil'ilaa.! Couiinon they come the House from the committee .
JitC tk I am thereby L'-U: ill m AO.Ja..l.11 further to cj! Coldi and Inluriza! ainl the various other of thewhole amended should be its second Mr. ,Fernandez, moved that a bill to be entitled, an act for .* ;
then and there,of it und tliom, in Hue behalf, hdll complaints upon reading; : the 1
or lm ;tj Me! Hi. rn t uf Florida, consider and <\lirccl.-And, ).ou alit further commanded which afflict ihc human frame. In Fever The ayes and nays were called on 'the question of suspending' support and maintenance of bastard children, and for other I I' .

1' 3.5 L) JOHN) P. KACILiiM) : 3).11I\J lu t gIV" iiolu-tr of tilt institution ol this pro 1.1. Ague parl.cularly; the Life ileditines have been the decision of the Speaker, by Messrs. Dural and Brown and purposes, be indefinitely 1 potfpobeo: .?. .

TLRRL1'ORIF FLORIDA, ceed.ng,by publication IK n of in sonic: public nc" a.. I .I eminently! rucu.seful-s.] nine), so that, in The ayes and nays were called? on this motion, by Messrs. .1
ill the Multi!: Ui int of Flurit'a for the were, _
paper >- I, the! Fever & Ague districts, and Cone
physicians IIWCaL Thigpin and
,lit lit MartM of tic Middle District, space of three mui.llis/ from the day of tho, dale i, \crt-ally prescribe them. uni. Ayes.-Messrs. Bell, Bird, Bryan, Bush, Branch, Church, ,Mr. were,. t

greeting : J hereof; and tlidtyou m/ikv ii-lurn ol this: writ :'ndof Cone Elzuardi Evans Fernandez Fontane McKinnon Mose- Ayes. Speaker, Messrs. Bannerman, Bejl, ird, Brown,' I
Al thai Mr. Muffal ,
requirus of his
! F.REAS.: Iit-rclolore! to \rii: on the eighth your fci. ceedin. I tile con 01 the fir"t djy of licit : patients, i i. Bush, Church, Cone, Duval, Fernandez McKtanto? Pent
la, art February. ill the )ear .if our Lord term of our lId i Court. I IWln to be particular: iu taking l.o! Life Medicines strictly ley, Nunes, Pent, Priest, Smith, Steele, Taylor, Thigpin and Sadbury, and Stephens 4. i :
iusindeighet hundred and turly-tuoa! Char :& iI-ltl 'HARD WCLLFOKD), utc. rdng:: lo the directions. It is not by a newspaper Williams-21.Nays. ? !

kk-orpuralion ua praul, J by the Lvgibljlivrilof Clerk of our -ud: Court lhal: lUth day of notice, i.or by any t'.iinj: that he himssll may .-Messrs. Baunermao, Brown, Daval, Myers, Sadbu- Nays. Messrs. Branch;JEhnardi, ,Evans, Fontane, Nunes" .. t }
flud! January A. 1). 11541, r.im isiy-fi.tli Coir Priest, Smith, Steele Williams
I Ihe Territory of Florida to perkonnUtU J say in their favorthat !< hope to gain credit. It and Taylor/Tfirgpin'and -11.
tubccnbe to thc block of a certain Hank, of stance&iris II Intlipiiidiiice.1LG. I ill alone the ry, Stephens-6. So said motion prevailed. :
of .
by reeut fair *
a trial.\ .
\VELLrORI J Clnrk of So the decision of the chair sustained.Mr.
*tttiblikLcil in the Town of ,'lagnlltis' and was :
e"S tho Superior Court ot the Middle! DiM.-ici of JTIoffnt'9 Mcdl cat Manual--designed asa Th House then adjourned until to-morrow 10 oclock A. M. I
*Hc mily|! wllh the provesio..s of.aid Charier, Brown moved to strike out in the 4th section, the words :
laid Balik "ai incorporated hey tile namu und Florida foi Let n Cour.ty. dumcstic guide to lieulll), 'I his little pamphlet, the of FRIDAY, February. 19th.1941... .. ,. .A I ,
"with interest
I edited B. Moffs.t at rate twenty-five per cent per annum, on rj. :
"THE Mtk.CUi.VT81 AN'U l'LANTt IU.VK I byV. 375 Broadway, K. York The House met to adjournment ana! tie journal ,
LeluuA-Alld;; wbcrajtf al.o, 01. the luelf.h, NOTICE i is hereby jriven of the forrnoinn tlro'l Ita m been ]published for the purpo.-o, of explaining said judgment from rendition thereof," aud insert with legal pursuant ; oi j

f/f&ruary, iu the y -ur of our Lord one ihoiin'fLt tn all person mcnlionid aud fully Moifat'stheory ofdiscas- interest &c." 'es.erday's proceedings was read. .:* _' ,. i ,. .- .
,' liunJrcd ai.d ll.irly-iwo, un act was ud tiierum, a* 1 am thereby dircrted.: : and will On motion of Mr. Brown, a memorial 1 of the LegislativE I
he found
highly int-rebtiny lo this the and called Messrs.
LEl'lH' HEAD.Markhal persons see'dng! Upon question ayes nays were by Council
and Council of
tlflLeGutcrnor Legislative presented by him on a former day was taken ready z J
"CoI.: Tcmuirjuf Florida,lo amend llio .aiJ Charter of the Middle DiKliirt Florida, health. It (treats upon prevalent diseases, and the \. Brown and Thigpin, and were. and up,
a in by JOHN F. K'\fI LEft, D. M. causes thereof. Price 25 sundry typographical errors qrr ted ; ,
lee karpuuiiuu;-And whcrea ao, nn thi tif- y cents-for sale by Mr. Ayes.-Messrs. Bannerman, Bell, Brown Bush, Church, ',
ukdij of! February in the year of oar LordlUMtind LU1Ulllll. utTal'n agents irencrally.JCr3 Mclfrnnon The ayes and nays were then callea .on :
4e Duval Evans Myers and
; riglt hundred Iud llurly-four O.UAL1TV These said memorial ) Smith and Bird
an SUPERIOR OF-rLANKof(!very 'uhidloIedieinca are for 4a 1% by by eiSri. and were : ,
I.H tik by the CoUhCiI of th the Nays.-Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Bird, Bryan, Branch, Cone ; .lJ.
|' Lcgi.lalivc < : 1'roi.i Florida \Work, may b- RANDOLPH ii LEWIS. Ayes-Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Bannerman ,Befl.Jflrd BrownBryan f .
of Florida, kUji|.leniciral Iu the said i obtained by apjilnii'lu OK. 'l'mtui-Cnh. I Dec. 19 Elzuardi! Fernandez, Fontane, Moseley, Nunes, Pent, Priest, I Bush Branch Church :
'lucorptriiKui, a* epicure b}' tlio nr (i- l H.. I It 1>'J DKTTON i: FISHER. Smith Steele and Williams 17. Cone, DuvaiEizuardi;: Mcf,
Taylor, Thigpin -
a&tDaaHIa1& of Mud Charter ot Incorporation --- --- -- -- PUBLIC NO TICK. CAUTION Kinnon, Mosely, Nunes, Sadbury, Stephens, Taylor and Wil

*J asthn.t, and eaid: cupplciueiita] adoftlie TO THE PUBLIC. Wall':, HEREAS Joseph F. C. Harley, Adm'r. of So said motion was lost. liams-20.

office o:'tieae! S ciclary of the Territory TB'HE BubMnberropccllully infiHl.lli lI.o citizens' 'f" Joseph harley deceased, irith advertised The bill was then put its
nil, k* well &II |Iy Eec public dilute of the JL of Ta'Uhubhcc, and uio.c; generally! the citi- for .ale Ly aLcuon on thin day certain land and The and upon passage on" this; Nays-Messrs. Evans, Priest, Smith and Thigpin-4. : V

of Florida printod by authority of the iclib of the biirruiuiding counties of the Territory negroes of cud estate, although enjoined by Leon ayes nays were called question by Messrs. So said memorial 1 was, adopted!." V t ... '
w and LcTi,;ttuve Council of Ihc :aiae,- of Florida, eeIa.oof the iidj
ibfrtu also, a Uw wan pawed by the GovtridUfillative that he ha (.cvlalihfud J.i.Jfu! the effect-the order of said court' granted $uid administrator ,- Ayes-Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Banuerman, Bell, Bird, Bryan, ask leave Myers gave that he would, on some future day, :

A. Council of aid Territory, onBirth DRUG ANn CHEMICAL BUSINESS, : rcrUli. ion to sell said liuid and negroci, Bush, Branch, Church, Cone, l ljuanU. Evans, Fernandez to introduce a bill, to be entitled, an act to repeal the (. 1: l
diy of Much, in ihe year of uur Lord having been by decree ofnuid court, bearing date: tax on billiard tables, and for other purposes. f V 1 -
tt and eight' hriiJreil andUurty-nine, mlltio. in the city of Tallahassee nt No. 3, Berry Row, the 15th January 11:141. revoked, lemilled and act Fontane, Mosely, Myers, Nunes, Petit: Priest, Sadbury, Smith, .

yuA requumg iho District Attorney of aid (one Tne door cjn.Iiiy from the l'I.Block Post Office.if) .Medicine. T,c. he .*.ide, and the injuncli.in rotofuregranted agiirisl i Stephens, Steele, Taylor, Thigpin and Williams-25. : Mr. Brown gave notice that he will, ou s,91'uture day, ask :' .. V

w iii'iiiuie, tho rccjuivite legal procecdikuih can safely and c confidently recommend tu thee u"c said whcrea Adm'r.aid having been inado absolute; and Nays-Messrs. Brown, Duval and McKinnon3.So leave t J introduce a bill, to be entitled,' an act.to regulate the V

I 4Lenit: flanking Iucorporaliontiu tlitirfctfe of tbo <, ; from hoe; und long experience Joseph, F C Harley in contempt of bill mode of fettling all military claims Aa't.e.. been created .
Di.triclla, might have incurred irfeu klllwln'gl said court, and in defiance of iu authority without passed. -<. or J .

nfllieirCttrUri by non-wcr,and to proaocute'n I qua'iManco in with the the LOKiDCtol mol ptrlable"Ilh.I,11: fXlengiru Northern and uc- law. and in the teeth of aaid deireeand injunction Mr. Brown then moved to amend the title of the' bill, by .may hereafter be created,. on account of,the present Seminole? j :. V

''n u affect BU that the said Charter. might insists upon the attempt to snake inch sale. war under of the laws of .
Earoucau, Houttb, I his let10nJ can be relied on. striking out all after the words "an act and inserting to any Territory, and for otherpnr.V
ured null and void by the Judgment of the Now I have deemed it my duty to forewarn the f
t (f-CoarU in nil Dulrict,-And whcrean, f.'htmical GeliuiueD : In. public i Ia this iiehalf, and to inform them that saiu restrain the anks of this Territory in their logitimate privileges, poses. V f t V
S. Sibley, Atlornsy of the United Stales Inaneiiti Pltt"tuicn., GilIe iurgical, Administrator i i. without .power or authority to as provided in their Charters;" Mr. Bell gave notice that l hfe. will, on, some'future day, ask t ''V V

k Middle' District of Florida, prCMcculing for and an extensive uturlOolL Pailb.Oi French Engltih sell convey said Lund, or to make title lo said : Upon this question the ayes and nays were called by Messrs. leave to introduce a bill to' incorporate the Hamilton Academy, :
Titt4orr', bath appeared on this day, on be- / slaves, that the public may not be utiadrUed upon in Hamilton County this V
,flR4d territory, and by liini the Court hero PERFUMERY, thc mailer.iCth Elzuardi and Brown,. and were. Terrrfdry. V
i to understand and te inlorracd that the likewise nttmerous FANCY ARTICLES ; a of January 1841 Ayes. :Messrs. Brown, Duval, Fernandez, McKinnon and Also, a bijl) :toJ. )'entUlc 'ai a t to amend the Usury and Interest -> V ."

"rIe Merclltnlal' and Planter Bank of !fa- which he will disc of to town arid country JOSHUA D. HARLEY, Sadbury. 5. Law ,of this Territory ... :2:"V

'itlleecuunty of Leon, and Middle Litrict) friends anddcalers, ou the IOl liberal terms, at One of the heirs at law of Jos dee Mr. Bannerman tfeetho&
Hatlcy. by of
bath forfoJled iu barter, and all ihe'inlcgea.righu Wholesale and retail !II 1 1He THOMPSON HAGNER Nays. Mr. S|>eakerMersrs. Bannerman, Bell, Bryan Bush, presented & Miles Blake eod. ,.

S and immuoi ..reby has also endeavored\meet the public taste, an 16 25 Hi agcnt 6f a and I Branch, Church Cone, Elzuardi, Evans, Fontane, Mosely, Richard C. Parish; prayirjg certain relief! therein, set forth. *? : V

ttDJI.UIU', and he hath prs.yedthm.t' ,a establishing a attorney Which 'was referred to the Committee the :;"
1 by! Just ReceIved, Nnnes Pent, Priest, Smith, Stephens, Steele, Taylor, Thigpinand on Judiciary. t' : .
night i *ue according to law, to Mini' Soda Water Fountain! Brown offered the
Mr. Resolution
th 1I The AlcrchdiiU' and rUntern',Bank K. Baton a 1ar) e and fine a*- William : 22. following : V
new highly improved princi!?, PERochr.T. ,
<>u a IDI ]
1" to appear bcfore this Court, at the and render lice Medical quality "lielmaake Wi- SILKS and SATINS, and r varirly So said motion was lest. Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the Ter. '

ana place, and rhiw cauw if any it ler "efficacious and agreeable.nHMcatrnoxs'Family oJ Dec of 19 other 21 Fancy Articles.BETTONfc FISHER Mr. Bannerman then movt-d that this House do now adjourn ritory of Florida. That His Excellency the Governor be. and ha j ia

J Ihetaid Charter of Incorporation should'pek4aisd Mcciciiics, and I'lanln- requested and desiredJo cause to be
hereby in the
ten ted Auditor'sOffice
until morning .
I declared pull and void. suppliescarefully and the most strict For Sale or Itenu to-morrow ,
tioii ; V
put .
of this ;
*Et.OB.t YOU ARE HEREBY COM.! ottcuUo.i will 1a bestowed to the accuracy and execution A HAND'OJIE TWO-STO15Y: The ayes and nays were called on this question by Messrs. Territory/prop'erly arranged and fifed/all the voocbers

ED, That jou nuke 'kntwo to the maid of all order .5 ,. FRAME STORE, eligibly situa- Stniih and Evans, and were: upon wbkh ciains have been or may be settled by him under Reso

XercbanU and Para: Bank of Magnolia," The suUcriber: : hops through tfMduitT, and at. I S I I ated fur busincsn, near lIce centre of Messrs. Bannerman lotions of this Legislative Council, authorising the settlement'of claims .
JWiCeoU, Dir ciwra Cashiers and Slock.tkf.ef and merit of Aves. Mr. Speaker, Bell, Brown, for services in the
lention to business to cngigo a sac Rail Road i.trout Port Leon. A"liberal military present Indian war ; that the same may be V

*I : that they ajtpcar before the Judge pub ic :tonlr.ROtERT credit will bo given on gooo security. Weinvitotho Bry n. Branch, Church, Duval, Evans, McKinnon, JUfosely, preserved, to support any demand, which the Territory daks 'on ,'
pcriwr Court of of L may i.
thee MidJlo District AKER
attention of those and 14: V
wishing a favorably .Myers. Sadbury Stephens. the Federal Governmept for reimbursement. .
.for the county of Lou, on the fourth De., ?6. Sttf A'o. 3. UfrrvV R ,w. stand for lu iucs. ...-; -
II April > .Nays. Messrs. Bird, Bush, Cone, Elzuardi, Fernantlez, Which Was rda' and ordered for
next, after tli date of lhi writ, ---- Goods ill Store. M'NAUGHT & OR11OND. f second reading oa .to- i

'*- .ather lime ai l'io court nuy bo,adjourned ,. subvcril oScrs the following artirl! a at Port Leon,, Nov., 1340. JSlf FontaoeNunes, Pent, Priest, Smith, Steele, Taylor Thigpin morrow. I VV
of jid county ur Leon in .UI and Williams. 14.3o I .-
sale ; Also the.following i V
of.TllL.llbsee C.
ill aaid to show if K.TI1TI1
conwy I.
tleey for lheiuM I lvcs kayo or can .ay, Superfine float "whiliwh d.at family du f'lr. open a SCHOOL Taifuhasseo un the said motion was lost Be Resolved, That his Excellency die Governor be -

himid clurlcr of said incorporation of Thc Bread. I WILL Monday of January next, fur Girl, The House'lhen'adjourned until this evening o'clock. requested to : I
I'ilol furnish this House with
D.lled sad made roid aud all the do I-' will Lo in tho lower stoiy of Mr. Ctrrrru' by htmi under Resolutions passed by,tha;,Legislative Council. : /): : .

iwaau1imea, rights,'pririlcgM and fran- S"Family: ;ar: Beef, .,t", new house, in Monroe street. The House met, pursuant to_adjournment.A at this present session constituting the<:.sum of ,for .V .

bjtLe aame couSned by, seized into Pus.ad ." Prime; Pork, Miss SMITU engages to leach all, the tranche, report of the 'committee on the state of the Territory, respecting which his Exceliftucy notified this.House, by his commuaicatko j, ,
Control or said TC'f'r tory. aud farther Porter usually required ;; and hope, by her exertions in laid of V thtt he intenos forth wkh : ; V
: Pbiladvlphia jails, and a penitentiary was on the table. the to issua bonds of this TerTiIO .* :
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what tin .
Aid Court then and the promotion of let pupils, to render general! ralisfaclion.
Iltk4 Vuhalf,shall eouaider and dfroct, and Duc Cayenne Mustard Pepper,, A,bill to be entitled, an act to repeal.the 4th section of an act Be further Resolved, That' His Excellency inform the House if V .

r'wtfcer commanded give 'aoltco of Lbs do do Lndo. TC1MI/7KS. QDARTUOilhocraphy passed, January 31, 1838, entitled, an act to incorporate the hethe.mt'otie h* has', the number' of bonds wlu< k be o ;
we thil proceeding brpobltc tioD Itere.tublie and Reading, fS.OO March bond Jo whom iasoad, and if to' I
1-' du RI Jin. tUryed Ciiy of Appalachicola, approved 1839 ; : r any r
in ibo Middle DIMabe atove with \ and Arithmetic EJOO
newspaper Peaches, The Vt&iiif other person or persons than'the: ori aalclaiassntt, the authority or 1 .
space of three mou1laa Crom tM 1.b'a. TIle above, with I flish Grammar, Gevfraphy .WM postponed until to-morrow. which tucK : I
evidence1 piriona
," t*Lercof e4 iou1 J.tt CraibSegarin and Hi 10.00TlinuseD'.l840 on per8oaor' e ira'th, *. poes* noa ,of .
,return Glades batttr family article, tof/, > A- bin to be entitled, an act regulating the fees of jailori in such bondsaad: ': 1. -
of year lof-otetdlD gs uicreoo, i iT7J a 1 ; Si 1.
jj Wines
Port, and Cbaoipagoo truYTemlw thatHoa.nBaY'.fI''WCmde J
*f toe well win of our said toort. } > cbdIi-: _
"> -R1CHAUD Buckwheat Flour. ,? '! V.eBet, : Wai'read:secondtlmej'and'ordered' for a'thifdreading ontVt ODtU. Jtr Fj'
2r. I8th .t." Ud..1ilD j ..
ashorted :
$rk of Lot of vbipe, ; quality I f :i* r : : ;
? our said court this 18th day iWO1)WELLING HOtTSB on *
.bo.&a..cvtbeir "
Bd and to-morrow .ftD. J V ,
;;alIuj.A. D 1841.! and .iJty.fiOh1"oar ).UtD A. Adams street ad jacwd.to JaW North*the :bill :"be entitled an" act' aid administration' \ ur .Ja1s t1Ieftd-, ", .L .'"
t..nc.D4eace of the U ".d, States .Ofodeld'kC{ kind Pre.bteri. C Ea'' A to la alias. 1-h ,* ,:;."'- ,0 J"eawug 08 IV' 1 .

4 : Glass Decanters ware of various Tumblers, dect6.l "'. :r,J j b ,tCt., tice in tHe) Southern Dhtrictjcf.Florida ; V njrWj' .. V. it : ;. .
f ,. .IL G.VELLFOILD, CU.hrsby Winea, CUawp-rnc'f, Lamps &c..& K it 1..0.. ," Was stpontdthttil't I ; .! 't. Mr. Priest'; from tbe' Coaaa&eeoQ Ctefii*,.' .tk\ : .

.. Cream Cbttse, to family% 1 art.' LOUR, ll bACON DMC >ORK laW A bill) to-be Entitled'am>act.to incorpdrtta the Ioia'andSt. ingreporU *. i.tec ., ,'
of F V ,
r tO Ui foregoing pro ls., priiac,J i .rd, Bulw, 8f ansy,rWrae In V 'trrrti
Brutaworvariotskinda *
1111. 'pttJOII. tnenlionpd :and coo. made lotbi t, differerl qualiti*, eub.wla"k.j***.. for .'ml"" *r! fi*. Joseph Cfnsu tsjd flAil Ho d Cocpany i'*" ., >., ,j, ;. The on Claims to whom;,,.. ... .,. .- ; ,1, V

4U ''ul) by directed.LfclQH Ready Bulbous Roots, a great y mmfi tw, tr-&JL't, occupied b, KertA. Kiriuey, and next door (a. n. Was read n &bird tirrrf and pajeatiue as thr .' \ 'W." "Blo. _. *, bays- b. the<_. .. r ; -tN'. S'0 ) :' j .

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r'/ '. -1' RKPOft1: 1 printings: for the year 1841. Guided by'tha prices paid fiJ'rsucb': sentenced by, the Superior Court of Leon CoTfnly!J- :.'.q'M i!est,from the-- Committee on Cl. i = "" = 'r_

TWtlft cm the evidence adduced, no doubt exists, bat that lire ser. printing! during the three previous .years, have tiCd the 'saa ,under ,Which was read, and referred to a Select Committee; irtg : ... .. .... } "

M-'ea as lieutenant,'asset forth in the potition,were rendered. They constderaUon, aad ask leave to Messrs.' Duval, Thig'pin, and Bryan, were appointed said To be IIert4d No. 4. ....,Jiii' ..

:t" MO of the opiniodTihat the claim .1Dw tori os. But the CpiuaUtee i 'REPORT., 9" Committee.' .' Which was read, and with accompanyiair &

I K *ow of no reliaf which can be given G,this Legislature:oth'tr' than to In the Journals; of 1638, no price seemed to be fixed on by the ro Mr. Brown presented the petition of Aim F. Perrine, p praying to be printed.. _

I:: ircommeod this claimant to the sense of justice of the General GOT. port of a contract, without any prices being stated. In 1839, it that she be appointed Trustee, (in the place of her deceased The House received from the Senate the-1 ..# ,

ff crntnenU GABRIEL> PRIEST, Chairman. seems to your committee that four cents per hundred words wa allowed husband,) of the Tropical Plant Company ; having passed that body, vii:" A bill to be en -<'
Which was read and concurred in. for the miscellaneous printings and four dollars was thorise Executors and "
per page Which was read, and referred to a Select Committee, consisting ,Administrators to sell
Mr. Smith, from' the Committee on the Judiciary, made the follow allowed for the printing of the laws and Journals of the Council. In Messrs. Brown, Steele sail Pent. tain cases, and to repeal certain acts therein'Real" 'I.y.

i ir-- report : 1840, the prices seemed somewhat lowered in the printing of the Mr. Smith, from the Committee on the State of the Territory, Which was read, and ordered for a ,', ','
Tr.U Committee on the Judiciary have had under their consideration La\YBlind Journal Your committee, however; has devoted much
the Petition of George: Fisher, and ask leave to time to ascertain the proper value of the printing for the present year, made thefollowing Minority Report, viz : morrow.
REPORT: 1 and have arrived at the conclusion, that four cents per hundred words The Chairman of the Committee on the State of the Territory, for The House went into Committee of the} Whole.- t -,
much therein, arising on the subjects of the formation of a State. entitled, an act for the relief of "
The Petitioner, according to the minutes of the Leon Superior for fifty copies, and four dollars per page, for the printing of the so Benjamin G. {
Goit, was indicted in 1837 for a felony, and gave bonds for his ap. Laws and Journals of the Council, would be a fair estimate. Your the Constitution of Saint Joseph, and the Division of the Territo. l Thigpin in-the Chair. After some time ti.i'" = .

penr,+tce. The cause was three times continued under his: affidavits, committee have examined an account laid before them by the printers rv, asks. leave to present HEPORf the following thereof, the Cpmmltte rose, and by their ,

S II until .May, 1839when the bands became forfeited for his non-appear. of the miscellaneous printing,up the to 17th of the present mouth, : t,p ,progress, and asked leave to sit again ; M'I C
\ Ut1 C. A scire.facias issued, and was returnedin May, 1839, and an and making several calculations found them correct, and would ro. The boundaries which once defined Florida, have been gradually Which was agreed to. <* ; K

I execution awarded. commend such prices to the Compensation. drawn from over a vast extent of country, until it is now included A bill to be entitled, an act to incorporate tin ll d
: \ Respectfully submitted. within tin Ocean and the River Perdido. A still extensive Territo. '-iJ>
The affi.luvit of the (petitioner' declares, that his non.appearanc: in bassee, was read a third time ; *,jji k
May, 1338, arose from ill.health, and that at di tie rent times since, he A. F. DUVAL, Chairman. rv, an increasing population, and n great policy urge a further declension I The amendment offered former }
t, has made his appearance at Court-supposing that, upon payment of Which was: rend and referred to the compensation com \Jittee. of the limits, and also a Government separate _and independent on a day byfr. .i

t the costs, the forfeiture would be set aside-and that now he has Mr. Mosely made the following report : >r for the Peninsula-apart from the contiguous country. The adopted ;

given security in tho sum of 81000, to appear at the next term, and The committee on the Judiciary, to whom was rote,red the petiti.uof region of the more southern portion has been explored within the Mr. Branch proposed the following ameudm at.
states: his willingness to pay all costs thus fur, and asks that the for. the administrators of Miles Blake and Richard C. Parish, asking for few years of war with the Indian tribes, and :II knowledge has been Be .f urlher enacted That this Charter slaty. F t
eiture be remitted. authority to make title to certain lots of land therein mentioned, have, thus obtained of its fertile s il, of which there existed at the time no gauizatioii of the Government of the Sate of,, IpatJ

This is the amount of the evidence before tho Committee ; and they instructed me to report the following bill, entitled "A l bill to authorise previous information. Constitution formed at St. Joseph, be subjectaad

are unanimously of opinion, that the caso is not one of hardship, requiring the administrators of Miles Blake and Richard C. Parisn to make title Of the neighborhoods of Saint Augustinetlrencosouth aard, someway several provisions in said Constitution, and to i the 1r

Legislative interference. to certain property therein mentioned. All which is respectfully along the coast, and for many jg.iH's up the mouth of the river und restrictions therein: and if said State: is oatsaid

BUCKINGHAM\ SMITH:\ ubmitted. Saint Johns,the English during the txvOTty' \ years they held possession, Constitution! shall be subject to the provisw; x

x In behalf of the Committee. WM.\ MOSELEY: Chm'u. cultivated the soil to advantage, and the country had a more numerous stitution as be adopted thereto : CaiQ

Which was received and concurred in.Mr. Which was read. population than it has probably possessed at any other rim.:. ;To :Mr. Stephen may moved that the said bill be
!\ Brown from the Committeo Banks the West of the Suwam-c river, over the country of Middle\ Florida, laid (ca..dr ,
on reported an act to require Said bill was read a first and second time and ordered for to- Upon this the and ...
specie payments, and to provide remedies for tho violation of fI morrow. had existed a Spanish, colony nitre numerous, than at present dwell question ayes nays were ca ll .i
charters and contracts by the Banks: of Florida, to the House without Mr.\ Brown upon it : its history and fate are perpetuated in the evidence of ex. Mosely\ and Branch, and were : .
amendment, and asked leave to be discharged from the further consideration presented the petition of Thompson & Hagnerattonleys | ,teusive fields: and many conflagrated dwellings. This was doubtless Ayes-Messrs. Bush, Church, Duval, Ekoardi fe t
thereof; at law, praying that an account of one hundred dol- the country of Apalachia," the same which was ravaged near a Fontane, McKinnon, Miller, Priest, Sadbonr, Satl'S

Which was concurred in. lars. century and a half since, the fertility and beauty of which seems to Steele, Thigpin and Williams-15. P

The following resolutions from the Senate were read and adopted ; Which was read and referred to the committee on the Judi- have faded from the memory of the Spaniards.For Nays-Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Bannennar,Ben, i

Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives, That our ciaryMr. a third time was Florida advancing towards a general settle. Bryan: Branch, Evans, Mosely, Myers, Noun Pea
Delegate in Congress be requested to apply to Congress for the reap. : Bell pursuant to previous notice asked aid: obtained I mcnt, when in the year 1836, the peninsula was!: gain hurried back lor-13. ii4 c '

propriolion of the unexpended balance of the appropriations for the leave to introduce a bill to be entitled an act to incorporate the into a state of nature. A singular history has been hers ; but whether So said motion prevailed. i i
civil government of Florida, for the years 1838 and 1839. Academy in the county of Hamilton. under Spain, England or the United States-however variant may The Resolutions this Hous '
sent to ? on a former da4 r
Resulted by the Legislative Council, That our Delegate in Con. Which was read a first, second and third time and passed. have been their policies-the inhabitants have been successful, and Senate ,j .
gress be requested to apply! to Co.gress for the re.ippropriation of Ordered that the title betS: stated. the cou itr/ has flourished. Middle and West Florida! notwithstanding respecting the appointing a Commissioner to&&
inflicted the Indians and the evils entailedby compile the laws of Florida, was read a second -
fifteen dollars some injuries by jl
hyiidred the unexpended balance: of the appropriation: Mr.\ Brown introduced the following bill, viz many %
for the compilation of the laws uf Florida. artificial embarrassments, continue to gain in population, aDd their f Mr. Branch offered thefollowing amend naentVll
A bill be entitled for I
Both adopted by the Senate. to an act to provide the appointment of f plantations yield their increase. On the contrary, it is the hour of :! number of Commissioners shall be three instead cfo&e'*

(Attest) J. S. ROBINSON: Secretary. a Commissioner to settle all Military\ claims arising under any depression with the East ; the savages have overrun it, and the in., The ayes and nays were called on this amend ttxai" ')

MftsDuval moved indefinite postponement of ;t bill; from tho Senate law of f this Territory, since the commencement of the war with: habitants who have not left the country, or been destroyed, are bear Branch and Williams, and were : '-

I entitled an act to change riae manner of voting ; the Seminole Indians and! for other purposes. ing arms in the camp; some ore collected in the towns with the remains Aye--Messrs. Bell, Branch, Fontane, Mowly -Pftt ''
The -ayes and nays were called for en this 'question by Messrs. Which was read and ordered for a second reading on to-mrtr- of their property, and many of them are living umn; ihu h nn. lor nod \ ,
of the Government. Under these circumstances, the of VlIllams7.'J .,
and Brown, and were : ty people Nays- Messrs. Ban $
Ayes. Messrs.\ U.umerman, Bird, Bryan, Branch, Cone, Duv, row.His Excellency the Governor transmitted to this House the the Middle and West call for the forma'.in of a State Government, Bush, Church, Elzuardi Speaker,, Evans, Fernandez.iierman McRlnocs;.Br ,'.l

Evans, Fernandez Fontane, Myers, Priest, Sudbury, Smith, Stephens following communication. which the people of the East as loudly refuse, and in urging their destitute Priest Sad Smith ,]
bury and Steele
condition the natural division of the Stephens -16.
Thigpin and Williams. 10. EXECUTIVE DEPAATMKJCT: l they point to country, the So said
motion lost.'J .
Nnjs. Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Brown, Btrsh, Church, Etzuardi, Tallahassee, February 22, 1840. S separate administration under Spain and forcibly urge the wide difference : : he House was
McKinnon, Moiely, Nunes, Pent, Slecle and Taylor. 11. To the Legislative Council of Florida : in their manners and their character, lie extent, the conformation then adjourned until to-morrow morning 181
So the motion prevailed. Since of the country; and the distance of its extremes assunder.
His Excellency tha Governor transmitted the following communi.i Brown's and my Major message Isaac Garrison's upon the claims subject in ol behalf Colonel their Robert This was, on one occasion, the language of their petition and remonstrance WEDNESDAY, Fbbruary 24th, 1841..
cation : reg addressed to the Congress: The House met adjournment aud '
pursuant ,
invent and battalion and after the tkjoarayesterday's
Council had refused to lake .
settlement of this the ,,
From the early known '
.: EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT:; action thereon I proceedings was read.
Tallahassee 19th 1841. was applied to in the most earnest manner tissue as Florida, was divided into two provinces, one upon the East, und Mr.\ Evans notice that he would
February, the bonds which gave ou some I few j
.1 the Council had been informed
by a message the other the West side of the Apalachico'a river, the division
I'I To ths Legislative Council of Florida : I was prepared: to execute. upon being ask leave to introduce a bill, to be entitled, an act tossed
of and distinct Civil Governments
I 1 respectfully inform you that 1 have approved tho following acts ot. In the intenum two separate which division: n :act to incorporate the city of Pcimtola, approved
however, I had received the enclosed letter thus early made was found 1 so: advantageous, both to ,the Supreme I (Be2U.j i
: the Legislative: Council : of March, 1839.
from the Hon. Madison C. Livingston, which is herewith transmitted Government and to the inhabitant, that it remained unchanged: thro'
1. An act to organize the Augustine City Gnards *, to the Council with letters from the Hon. J. C. Pelot, J. the revolutions, which transferred iho dominion of these Provinces tu Mr. Sudbury] gave notice that he will! on some fatsredj

I i 2. An act for the relief of M. II. Martin ; board CJj i G. Cooper, and others, members of the Council from East Great Britain and back again to Spain. ask leave to introduce a bill, respecting the, star cf J '
3. An" act to amend an act, entitled: an act constituting a
Wardens: and Commissioners of Pilotage and Wrecks for the Port of r Florida.I u In the Treaty .f Cession which conve}'cd the Florid.is. to the and Executions, and for other purposes. .

Jacksonville, and other places therein named sub wt to the Legislative Council, if it might not be proper,b e- United States of America the country i is distinctly described us that Mr. Church gave notice that he would, on some fittatt

4. An act to extend the powers of the Port; Wardens for the Port fore the Executive complies with the resolutions already adopted J,I known by the names of East. and West Florida," which term re ask leave to introduce a bill to incorporate the CberrjL

of Pensacola ; to cause an investigation to be made into the imputatations and cognizes two separate provinces, each of them being then governed Academy, iu Madison County, in this Territory.

j' : 5. An act to change the time of holding the County Court of Walton I. charges contained in the communication of the lIon. Mr. Li r. by a separate authority independent of the the other. Mr. Myers offered a resolution, requesting of Coagns
ingston.It Upon taking possession of the country, the General Governmentof build
County ; appropriation to a Light House L:a St.Bfasj
seems to to be due to the claimants the the United States, for motives which they, at the time, considered I Which upon pe i
6. An act ((0 incorporate the New Orleans, Florida and Atlantic me : to parties assailing was adopted.
Transportation! Company in Florida, and fur other purposes ; and defending them, and to the character of East Florida. expedient, united East and West Florida under one temporary Territorial The House went into Committee of the Whole, oaYrbW f,>.
but ordinance
Government an of first Governor
by the American
7. A preamble: and resolution relative to the bridges on the mail i!II i The investigation might be made by a commissioner or com the ; divided at the Suwancu river into I entitled, an act amendatory to the several acts, i .
country was two coon
route froiii Tallahassee to Pensacola ; missioners to be appointed by the Legislative Council, or the ties called Saint Johns and Escambia, and a portion of the Territory the Central Bank of FJridalr. Nun* ,i i9 .t tin cJ Cltsii;
8. A Executive.If ::1.
preamble and resolution relative to tho widowlate af the
I I formerly known as Wes Florida, had been previously incorpora ter some time spent in consideration thereof; the Coas
Major Dade. these claims be the resolutions
just, as recently passed'una.- ted into the States of Alabama and Mississippi, and ns the Suuaiiee rose, and by their Chairman reported the same to tie: Ha
ROBERT RAYMOND REID. imously by the Council them
Legislative suppose to be, they had always been the division t Which read.A should be and
was promptly immediately settled, if they arc unjustlet West Florida.we considered that this act established I lie divisiea Hue Which received
and amendments
I was the
bill' to be entitled, an act to incorrorato the city of Port Leoa; those who are in possession of the proofs, have an report cnocrte
was received from the Senate, as having received the concurrence o to present them. opportunity i- to serve for all future purposes ; and therefore the neglect of the ori slid: bill r:ad a second time, aud ordered for a thirdraS
ginal inhabitants of the country to enter heretofore a formal protestagainst

that Also body, a;bill, to Ue entitled, an act to incorporate tho Monticello RailRoad I body 1 have, the original requested correspondence the House to transmit after to your read honorable the the union of the two provinces, cannot be construed into an to-morrow.The House went into Committee of the Whole, oaiK!
( having same) acquiescence their evidence that
ou part or an they have not continued
received the
company, as having concurrence of that body ; for your information. to desire an adherence to the letter and spirit of thu Treaty. be entitled, an act to amend an act, eutitled, ,so acts
Also, as having received their concurrence, a resolution, asking of an act regulating the mode of
ROBERT proceedings on 'tWbnll..
REID. A country situated like the Floridas, being about seven hundred ..
Congress Governor the of this I passage 7 erritory.of a hw granting the franking privilege to the Which was read and with the accopanying letters ordered. to miles long from.the Perdido river to Cape Sable, (without including, { proved Feb. 15th, 1834-Mr. Banneiruan! intfteCl.. J

The Senate transmitted, to this House the following, communication be transmitted to the Senate. the Islands extending a stilt greater distance,) and seldom equaling: tcr some time spent in consideration thereof the

Resulted, That the Senate appoint a committee of three, to ::: 'AUo: the following, one hundred miles in breadth, at any point, is inconveniently exten rose, and by their Chairman reported: said Bill tout: -.

suit with a committee on the p.irt: of the House, on the subject co no n.of EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT, 7 !sive! for a single Territorial Government, in as much as the wants and with all after the enacting clause stricken out;

selecting person to revise the laws of Florida, and report on 't he: Tallahassee, 22d February, 1841. \ wishes of a people covering a country so diversified in soil climate Which, report was received, aud laid on the tabfc
propriety of revising the laws. To the Legislative Council of Florida : and natural resources, must be widely different, and great inconvenience The House went into Committee of the Whole, on s!WI

Adopted by the Senate. It is known to you that Hamon G. llarlan was broken up and 1 his I must always arise from the delays and expense attendant upon be entitled, an act to prevent the stealing of neat;caafc, S!

(Attest) J. S. ROBINSON I Secretary Senate. family murdered during the past year by the Indians ; he has requested long journeys to the have Seat for of Government, which difficulties and Stephens in the Chair. After some spent io cogs&afi"

Messrs. Brocksnbrougli, Dujnnt and Pelot, were appointed sal me to apply to you, in his behalf for your friendly interposition injurious. consequences years been severely! frit thereof the Committee rosy, aud by their ChainBsa nwfl'
'Our desire t for the separation of East and West Florida into ,
Committee on the par' of the Senate. with Congress, for his relief ho States the amount of his losses to two said bill to the House amended;
Feb. 18th, 1841. be four thousand dollars, ((94,000.) separate Governments, proceeds from no excitement caused by the Which received and
was concurred
irritation of sectional ;
feelings or jealousy other of the
Which was read, :and Messrs. Brovr.i, Branch and ROBERT portions
were but from considered The bill was then read a third time and cpeato
Territory ; a long and 1 firm conviction o. the put pas
appointed to confer with the Committee of the Senate Which was laid the table.
; on
necessity of the measure, based an experience of The ays and nays were called by Messrs. ThTgjaa'tadEr
upon eighteen ,
Also resolution of that years
a body, nskirg ui: appropriation often thousand ..Also the
following -
during which time the inhabitants of East Florida have suffered "Teat were :
dollars build and the
to repair bridges over Ocklockneo
Little Rivers ; an EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT, 1 and continued hardships from the distance of the seat of Government, Ays-Messrs. Bannerman, Bell, Bird, Browoi })sir!

Which was read and adopted. Tallahassee, 22d February, 1841. \S and from the enactment of laws, which, however salutary, or well I Evens, Fernandez, Fontane, McKinnon, Miller,Myen,S**
To the Legislative Council of Florida : adapted to other sections of the, Territory, differently situated, have Pent Priest
Also, u bill, to be entitled, an act to incorporate the Mechanic'sBenefinul Stephens, Taylor and Williams-17.'
I herewith return an act concerning Indian depredations, and for. been onerous and injurious to us, and inimical to our interest..
.. society of the city of Tttllnhassee ; I Nays-Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Church, .Sadbory.tad 1%
"'. Which was read three times and passed. other purposes.It "Therefore, we, .representing the peculiar_ geographical outline or -4.

The House went into Committee of the Whole, on a bill to bo:I will be perceived that in the first section, the Governor and Legislative boundaries of Honda, which, from its first discovery caused it to be So said bill passed.
entitled, an act to aid the administration of Justice 'in the Southern Cauncil are authorised to appoint by annually" a Board divided into two provinces ; and the extent of its area in square The
district of Florida-:Mr. Thigpin in the chair. After uf Commissioners, and so forth ; which; it is presumed, is a mistake, miles, which designs it by nature rather far two Territories than for was changed so as to read, "An act to pron&recording

consideration thereof the committee rose, reported some said time bill spentin if intended to read biennially," that would be impracticable, as the. one: and the difficulties which have thus far, and which must hereafter marks and brands of cattle butchered iaibeC_ *

.House amended. Which report was received and agreed to to the the: I Legislative Council sits but once a year. be incident to a concentration of one single authority over a of Escambia and Washington, and for other porpoieif;;3\:\

House.A by When the proper correction is made, the act will .be approved. whole, so extensive in its parts, and diversified in its interests, pray The Resolutions respecting the Ban of Ja :a*

bill to be entitled, an act to incorporate the lola and St. Jose yh ROBERT RAYMOND HElD. that Congress will take into its serious consideration, the propriety, ceived from the Senate were read a second( and thud. .
Canal and Rail Road Company ; Which was read aud orderd to be transmitted to the Senate.A the justice, and the sound policy, of restoring East Florida her independent adopted. .

Was read a third lima aad passed.: Title as aforc"liii.: bill to be entitled an act to authorise the Brunswick pnd government, by erecting into a separate Territory that por A bill to be entitled, an act in relation to Execatiatn,fed. -

The House then adjourned until Monday next, 21 o'clock A. M4I I Florida Rail Road Company, incorporated by the Legislature lion of Florida and the lying Islands East thereunto of the Suwannee River" including tho Peninsula crees in Chancery, was placed first among the order.* tf&*

of the State of Georgia, to construct a Rail Road through the appertaining. : for tomorrow.A .
j A of the of '
majority people the East maintain
".,.MQYD: Y, February 22d, 1841. Territory of Florida, was received from the Senate with their. sition to State Government ; and their numbers an are unwavering full and oppo undi- I' bill to be entitled, an act to amend an save tntxt&6 '
concurrence, after they had amended it. appointment and jurisdiction of Justices of the Peace *a*:
The HoaitlDrsuant: to adjournment. minished. Under the law of the year 1837, the County of Saint
The. \ f1d before the House the following communi Which amendments were adopted by the House, and jaid Johns cast its vote to a man, against the Territory becoming a State. a second and third time, and passed;

cation : ; ., bill ordered to be enrolled. A Convention was culled, and a Constitution was made, and submitted Title as aforesaid. -
vet -
M1' FRIDAY, Feb. 19, 1841. 'j The House received. from the Senate a Memorial to Congress to the people. In the East it found but little openly to contend A bill to be entitled, an act to repeal the 4th section. :11

To the Honorable Speaker of the House of for Mail\ Routes, &c. with amendments ; and also, with the information with. From the votes ef Constitution," or "No Constitution entitled, an act to amend an act passed Jan. 3lstt-I*

I Representatives of the Legislative Council of Florid: that they had adopted the\ same. ," which were subsequently cast, an opinion should not be entertained an act to incorporate the City of Apalacl icola, $1'- lit[ !

Which amendments were agreed to aud said bill, ordered to of a decreased voice in the. East against a State Government 2d, 1839, was read a second an') third time, and p***.*;
l : be enrolled.of neither of the unpopularity of the instrument. Ordered .
that the be
title stated. _.
As thrcUai man of the committee of invitation behalf as '
on Some voted for it
who had
of the of A bill to be entitled an act for the relief of Benj. G, Thorn witnessed or knew the desire of A bill to be entitled. an act regulating the feeJr1
the Debating Society city I am instructed : the Middle and West to form a State and looked for a -
t to invite the members of the House of Representatives of the ton was postponed until to-morrow. to lead only to the formation of u bill of rights, less nonnccept.ancc friendly 1 to this Territory, was read a third time and passed.

Legislative Council, to unite with them and the citizens of Tallahassee A bill to be entitled an act relating to the manner of bring public liberty : others who were positively inimical to its principles Title as aforesaid. we
1 the ing suits 'in the Courts of this Territory and for other rposes. joined with the number who The Resolutions iu favor of John F. Hagaa tote .
iu the,celebration of 22d of February, and join in f. unwavering finding no fault, looked only r
r procession'to Presbyterian church, where an oration will b e Was read a second time and ordered for a third reading on to the defeat of a State Government. In this regard,the minority read a third time ; ': Ji

delivered by a. member of the Soc'ety. Which duty I now take to-morrow the Committee cannot consider it a duty to proceed farther ; but the Upon ,the question of iu adoption+ the 8.1'.'ud.,. .

I pleasure in ,performing through 'yoo, as '''the Speaker of that A bill to;>> be entitled an act to incorporate the Tampa Bay and subject may be profitaby! considered in tracing the private interests called by Messrs. Brown and Bannerman and wfAys

Your Ob't Serv't St. Johns Rail Road, Canal and Steam Boat. Company, and political connexions, which, through public legislation, for a -Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Baonerman R ll; .
body Was read third time number of .has misguided and embarrassed the Church Elzuardi .
THOR BROWN. a and 'passed. years affairs cf the Evans, Fernandez, Miller,

Title as aforesaid.A Territory.It Pent;Priest, Smith,.Steele, Taylor] and'Wiffi* .to-. ,
The HOUCA then adjourned until halt past 3 o'clock, P. 11.I \ has, however been said : II
by a of
bill be respectable opponent the Con. -Messrs.
to entitled ,an act to suppress shin plasters was laid i Nays- ,.Brown, McKinnon Myers, $
I HALF' PAST 3 O'CLOCK, P. M. stitution, that too much power u placed in the hands of the Executive
the table. ; Stephens-.5. -
.. t The, House met. pursuant' to adjournment ; a quorum being' on A Resolution relative to the Commissioner of the and that all power is stripped from the people. An objection so i .So said '-r #7

I present, the journal of, lutFrldaY. proceedings was read., TallahasseeFund comprehensive, may be supposed to mean powers that'are unusual; A Resolutions were adopted ,.:
laid the table. Resolution
I .:\Mr. Steele from the committee on the state of the Territory was on and a reference to the provisions will show, that tho magisterial officer : relative. .to auction truer, was read !,. i,

to which was referred so. roach, of, the Governor's
I relates to the admission of'this Territory into the Union,,with I and ordered for a third reading on to-morrow. of the llnion. His power of appointment to ,office.u only during The.,House then adjourneduntil ih- 'after a,' '

instructions to draft Memorial, a sklab'.immedtate admission | The Reuse rhea adjourned until to-morrow ,morning ten o'of the recess of the Assembly. He canner nominate judges, he cannot three o'clock.HALF : .. """ir: r
1 clock. appoint military officer the former selected 'PAST THREE. I'CW.a fr if
; t being! by the Legislature
into the Union of the States of the l
this Territory as one Confederacy..made TUESDAY, February .1841.' ;;' and the latter by. the soldiery. In..tEe I ConveUiiD, fault was found The House went !into Committee! of the Whole> *

the following report : .. ? that Goveroor'was,an officer in name only) and possessed of no f entitled, an act to amerUi the'Charter of ifce sou
To H uuerteel No.1. The Hoqxe met pursuant te adjournment. A beiurelent
quorum g substantial 1 au&oriry_ .i i; and it observed that 1
i j; .was more power \'U ire I surance arid Trust Compaoy S5ri-Tajrijru9;,Uw.ter'scene
/ J e hundred co thereof:were ordered. the journal of yesterday's_ proceedings was read.JIr taiofd to tho people. than.\imd.r. ran*t of ,the Constitutions of the Jispent iu consideration? ti&reo\; '/
j' Mr Dutttl from select committee made the following'report:: "" :\ Duva! pritecl'the petition cf R. C..1 gland'praying State IiUCKIN1.HAy19MITH(; ,
; :
rose, ju lby their Chairman>l ; t'P
I t ''1 ,i&qmmittt* who was authorised to ascertain the rahie( ef t le'tfiatTe, be relieved from cerYafa punishment to which he was Which wu read. ; rita4t.idd'WILWJJ;'

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said bill read econd time and They are afcto acquainted with the warriors composing this and oro' .
concurred an, a I party. I AI' J ____a----- .
? ----ff _:1-_ ----- '
b d1r! third reading oa to-morrow; can be of signal service in trailing them up, or getting them to come t b"'JG d-.JI and-FloKcr Seed. .'

fOr* rellivew in i ie and give up." Growth of 14O. LAUCTIoNsALES.r .

Rtportoftbe, Committee on Internal Improvements' \ ROBERT Sale at R. L. BAKKK"S: ,Dmg and Med. r

Irbt & was Wd on the table. i RAYMOND REID. J FOR; Store, nest ilora to 'the P.,t Offiice, O .J (
t 10 Roads, t vouchers for claims paid or to be Which was read, and referred to the Committee on die Mili- AiM, Choice ant litest prize Dahti Roots.E. .-' tl; '
relative to AUCTIOHJEEB
resolution tfa ; L. BAKER. AN (
1 during the present Indian war, was laid Tall. .., -J t.r 0,
"1 the 'emtory, Also, the following : ha Frb. U' 30 3t. I HIEBCHAWT ,

: \
morma .
CII requesting from the Governor certain IX weeks afu-i tatc I will to the ,_
apply Hon.
resolution Tallahassee Frphruary 24th t 134)I. S 'HISIorinEat! o'clock'
ArI $ '
laid on the the 11 I lwillrellin,
the was Judge of the Court of Leon
Territory County
claims agdin5t roun.ly -
D relation to To the Legislative Council of Florida : for 1'ltell..r Adniinirira ion, do bonfo nun, i.ntlm of oiy auction room 10 Boien .

Ie. and I return to you the Preamble and Resolution for the relief of the estate vf Peter Flench lala uf aiJc uuly, l 1.1.1" Vhiskry 20 du Flour .10 Dozes
1 act to specie payments, Administrator of James deceased. do Soap 3 Feather Bead t "Billiard Table
entitle& require
A bill to be an Contracts W. Exam, late Marshal of West Florida- &C-, It. 1. DOn EY.
remedies for the violation of Charters with the objection : that the Resolution TUOS. JEFF. HEIR. -
appropriates a sum of Sale
J''Ode money Tallahs *eo, Frb. 2., 1841. of Corn aud--Foddcr.
Banks of Florida, was laiJ on the table. to the Administrator which he has no right to claim. According to On
&be Saturday 20th.
morning next
of Jus- ,
ill I to be rt- an act to aid the administration second tllne. the statement of the Preamble, and the facts contained in the original THE Co-portiifrnlnp Law Notice.hitherto existing beiwcc,. At 11 o'clock .\. 11.! ;in front of my auction

jbU the of Florida, wa read a papers, which I have examined, the balance upon the books of the \ 1 1'. DUVAL and \\'N. H. BROCK- I s'.alt' offer for ate, "
the same a bin to be enfin I Treasury against the late Marshal should EiSBROUGH has FIFTREN : ..
offered as a substitute for be remitted- but ho was not been this day dissolved by mu IJINDREDBUSIIEI.S CORN ;
It.! Pent concerning Jurdrs I entitled to dolliir from Iud consent. EIGhT: THOUSAND LDS.
efltitIed, an act a the TreasurY-lIor does the petitioning Ad. FODDER
act to repeal an act tuinistralor, claim WM. 11. BROCKKN! BROUGI1 will continue torefl'Je less;
r the Southern DiJtricr, and for other purposes; any thing. AjjAUrhico'jipaiul! ; practice in the Apalj. The same being on the plan'ationof IIIIt

was receivcd, the rule waived, and passed. I ROBERT RAYMOND REID. clu'-ola; 1t.trkt.a.d the County of I..-nn, :and the D. Va', in JtfTcrscn County abt.ut 14 rnics! .
Which wes read. Court of AppcaU roguUrly anJ in Jefferson a nd To'Iahas-' and t) 1>c there delivered.

F. TSl as gi"en. for the and maintenance of'patlrd Messrs. Brown Evats and Nunes, were appointed a Committeeto Ua be entitled, an act support 'I'al I hi tziee. able in the Hint Notes of the Union Bank (
confer with the Governor _____ 07
said __
children, and for other purposes, was laid on) ihe table on Preamble and Resolution. --- __ and Tru/l Company-and uon the r Si t !

Resolutions relative to the appointment of the Hon. The House received from the Senate, as having received the con.currcnco I.1VI1)) S. W AlKlR, credit till the hut January, 1C42. to be .

r he and codeify the Laws of tIiit0ry : of that body, u bill entitled an act to amend an act entitled ATTOIINEI'ATLAII', ifv.WILL approved notes. The Corn and Fodder! will be ,
revise digest, ,
rim. Marvin, to an an act to incoi pora'.c the city of ApnLchicohi. practice tho Courts fthe Middle District iu 10'. tvi suit purchasers.
adopted by this House. of )Klii'ridj.; His uJfice i is fi Time Plantation of hto ED.. Vans 1 ,
was Also as having that the "t room to Iho rijhtovir luc !
passed bill be
body.it to entieJan:! act to amend
TerrT received from the Governor the following com- the 3d section of J Bs!u'Ifci' he House i an act entitled, an act to establish two terms of the .1"11)11 !lit l t'ouuil.Dr. -ani 1 if: itt I'JCH'! rented, will be rented :

pjnicttion. : Superior Court in Columbia county ; ---- : A. SI. ItAXDOLPSlAV1MJ Ii..ation to Meswrs. ThompKoii & Hagn, t
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT, ) Which was read and ordered for a sccond reading on to-morrow lomied himself in Tallah.nsee.! ; or. the ub .'rib'r. There are about TIMEC

Tallahassee, 24th February, 1841. > The House received also the following communication: : _.. fers, Iii! prol'evMonnl-crvire to tli public cl.-s.itd OREl ACHES OF I.AD.If the S.. 't .

Council of Flor'ula. The Senate returned the enclosed bill with all but the enacting lie is LII Lefo llllni the office of Pr. J. IJ.Uan- I for cultivation.: .
to t t f4jLibt't I doli'li, (.11 Mi: ,nroc Street. i F.: W DOHSIIY I I
> I transmit extrActs from a I ;ttcr from Col. Blackburn, o f clause stricken outsubstituting the act before passed by the Senate, I Mav'U 4-2 ELLEN! \V VAS-. AdmiuNtratrii,

Jflrida Volunteers: recently received at this! Department : entitled, .' an act to require speciu payments, and to provide remedies Marshal's_ _Snc._ _ -fh 12 ofE B Van*, ilecra!

-nerc is one other subject which I wish to bring before you, nndlIeb for the violation of charters and contracts by the Batiks of I'lo- B V virtue of a writ of Fi Ka issued out of Leon \LI-A: Pair of j

i hope you immediately lay before the Legislature. Dur.iagthetbrc. rida," with the title of the House bill, viz : An act to secure to the Superior Court ill10 hitch JUllil.lh G
months Captain Buie and his Company served in the people of this Territory a sound currency." dili plainlilT and I Muj'i Archer} and .'I'llu-r ate Feb. 13. 18-11. : : I,,

I: Sen t .service, be had in his company two friendly Indians : namely, Attest, J. S. ROBINSON, Scc'y. Senate. situated dftruJanL"in,the I county have lencd of Loonand,upon. the appurtenances St<;atn Mill, StrayedFRO.M : 1 !

;T; p-rrnnan and Joe Miller; the mustering officer said he could d The House consented to, and advised the appointment of Alex! there-o! and hall on Tuesday limo 'J31 day cf 1 Qiihiry: about wecfc oinra I''

them as a part of the Company ; consequently they ander B. Eustis as Justice of the Peace for Leon county.A March next at the Court House in Tallthavn-c!! 1iOIt I'tbout; f'tir>rars otdwit., L ;

recognize received one cent for their services : they rendered good i bill to bet entitled, an act to authorise Isham Blake and John D. [between the Iv'al hours, procosrt to "ell tlointerU white l feet, and u 1IIt7.c! in the rolc(. A
&! Dot Parish of the said hugh Archer, in llu mid Sie.nn ward will be :inn /for his n-turn, or fir ,
ev knowledge and should be paid by the Territory. to execute certain deeds and for other
% ice t j my purposes ; Mill, to the hi hcbt bidder lor tpccic, to oaUsly uliiTC he ian be found A j'm'y! at this office.
.U they are paid, they can be made valuable ; they are well at Was read a accon.! and third time and passed. sad: writ according to law. Ftb 13HlHB :

. 1;iged with that section of country occupied by the Creek band. 1 The House then adjourned until to-morrow morning ten o'clock. LFIGH READ. Mir ,hal NOTICE.

\ I __ --1 Dy J. F. KACIILER. D. M I \
''THE FLOIIIDIAN.TALLAHASSEE. i portance as must necessarily be committed. .liiIlJ.( with nuiirjroui ro,ativcs and- (rn-iid- .*, will- i 12 !!) 20), 1341. I II I I l injU'ittioii herd"foreancd! in te i
of the
a. t'T late .
to his charge is Delegate.We lon! mourn tn ir lof i. parlner..hiC/ ; t
I I FOrrNu.( a ruin of money which time owner ccn haviuir been a'-s'! ,tlutely ,ii Rolvcd.
FLORIDA ; have alluded to Major Ward Fdrewc'l. kistcr, farewi, : thc of Jjc. : [ : I
as at
. I memo Jemib caltii these home on application niorc ppo-ntnXMit of a receiver 1 heretofore made, ;: t _
-EDWARD R. GIBSON, EDITOR. I ber of the Convention at .t. Joseph. As Our bleeding hearts Rubinit, his will l.e dom/' B Gamble. mc cii rocinJed and set aidc by the IIonor Feb 12.
I God.father to tbo Union Bank ; as a large Jm idc of Leon Superior Court, the ( i ireniitud j I '
trdur, ebunry 27 141 stockholder, and as a Director of the Bank, T. J. h. lUtu'Shal'oi Sale.Yvirlniofa to al! his :logal rg1.Is; a, surviving :: I
writ of fieri flecks i iswjc4mtit l IIf of mad firm,:and hereby j
= it:18 but to that his feel. i -c2r\V; authorised (ann-"unce C1. I' B givci :
DELEGATE TO CONGRESS yatural suppose are 'I Leon Superior Court and to me tllr.wHo.J. NOTICE! That as such Mirvivinz ":1ftn I ;

ings would lead him to be tender towards the I OIIARLES DOWSING as a candidate for Dele. ill. a tlUlt wherein Fellows, Cariill: and Company I will collect the debts duj io laid lato firm and I

DAVID LEVY.The : banking institutions generally. This v as to in COi. arcl'laintiftiii
have been expected, and allowance would gate ress. iiru'dt-fcitdaitl; *, I liavn !levied "nttlln. and on TUCK- injiiiiLlidn: had been g ranteJ or aL'l'oiu. I ,

have been made for little sensitiveness day l the TM lsy of March next, fhall proceed t., iuch n-ciMVur nude. i !
a f on A CAKD.FRANCIS as
Delegate to Congress. IIt'". at the store recently occupnid by C. Noil/, IIIiflifoL Office at J. C. !'lull & O). ,
that poiut. But the ultra banlcista of the B. WHITING. Natary Public; ami ., J fired, within legal hours. ALL THE JOHN D.EKEN.:

\fe have said that we could not support Major went beyond] ;.l bounds. It \vould ni tin- I'oace for tle: county of Leon, WATCHES: JIIWELRY.: MLVEll, ar.d FLATCD Surv', 1).ri.1tr..f Center & Kel t

jjiheroflbe two candidates brought forward ii.no fccineil as if the banks were somethingaliiiobt will atm id tn coiivoynnniig afHdavils arcoai.ts, WARE:, and ANDIZC.beinsr ihe en inn Ii. 1'UI-4-n ; L
of the sacred and be touched making declaration, II nd prot:st-, cil her cemmntrt>re stocx :in i trade of aid Nuilz and k-vird upon' STIIAYEI '
Whig not to ) (
the two portions party. rudely ii.il or inarliinc; will -jlxu co'lccl debto within hi< and to lie t-olJ t. satisfy t"nl execution aicarJingto STOLEN. ; ; ,
I ._ J nothing in them particularly to ad. I by the profane hands of ulgar Constitution j..triK4 let!son, (in'the fir>t uiidVixtli) i dislrictnof Leon) I a-. > LEIGh IUAD. M in.h.il.Fc'i'JO 4- Bay JIubevith a star in his face right
maker. and ,e. ;'l'clrJ:11! t>ohcis( a. share of public JOHX F. KACIJ foot white, with 6C"eril: addie lI.irL-,
makes deem them J>at- by I.ER. D. .1.
which .
. w eLnd nothing us j I We r. uage.Couinunieationtm. a*'y with liridlu and saddle om.. A liberal :
I I ought not, however, to fi.id too much Ta'TILOI'OSALS' .
subserve the interests of will he ivi-n l I.y the ui-M-iicr; for the boise :
calculated frrr
to of
nil! dirt-clcJ
postage to him ,
1 ]I! fault with Major Ward] for this. His ultra. Ii (j' :at t St. Mark, \\ill: receive' i iSI. 7ILL be received for the erection: oft (rl'lIc I inforuialiou where he nuy bn (found.
would them prompt ;
d lie Territory or that disposo to i j sin did good by opening the eyes of memo blka, IV.2V). Id4l. 31 3t 't'r builHinij, t>> bo located half! mile loin thevillage ABRAM DA: l

anjout some great and itnpoitant objects, 1 t trticii bers of the Convention, to the grasping n a. '-- --,- -- : of Marion, and one and a ha'f'! miles from TallthAl'lIe. Jan. Ifi, 1841.

the of tbe Territory have or : tKm ture of thesa LOST J Saw Mill, where all the ..Iuf'nele"iI'] for iterecliun. !
people banking corporation They
j Tallahss-cr thn, of can he procured. The building: t') lit f.>rI $ B.@fDO Re\VHI-d ,! ,
I on night I the 20lh iuttanltItOAN
U will have, to effect at Washington. | \were astounded in !iud these creatures of a Ii : HORSE; l.o( is ".cil to have I Iv.fire feet long by thirty broid l\ -niy feel :Iii 'h i
I uppo l
'territorial Council: \irtunllv celling .it dcfi. "rok'o loose from fill. to ('laic, with a portico in froiit, It'y
that he from llit t7' LIEItEAS
r Cut DowMJfG has already shown j.osi |1.0 was tiud to, and on I..t't'IlIelld! lY niphl! !
liCe the constitutional; tc.ikinjr: pourer of llu carrlt'd with him. a rupe lutrr! and lit* a culWIIUlld 12 ; the buildtRtf to be covered Kith rypiij>sxnii- 'oW V tween 9 and 10 w'cIOl'IoUQ 1
i not the proper person to whom the interests t: people ic coine.Aiau assembled, and claim. tin Ins utf hind Itr, t>nd a sure on his back. gle the weather boarding: dressed. There will about two miles from i ha city Tallobascep way i 1'

if the Territory can be confided. Ho has I[ j jdubited ing to be paramount o-cr the cnjituutio.i. It i is i Mi'poHcd| lie. will nuke towards l. Marks, as m be I'l-ibuim:.i doors uixl twelve windows in tin, liimiuling.! aitcntpt was: mado by some villain to 1 !
he wan lately purchu.rd from that place. I wi"laiut to contract for r:* crcctioii will me by rhoot.nir: tit me with a pistol or I
neither prudence or Tlio and
|.: .arogant grasping pretensions put The (fitider will confer II S&or tin the I apply lu John U. Page. Chairman ImilJin; cOinmittoc inn. I tl.! > hcr,-!'y offer .1 reward of otto \ :
owner by
his station unless it be deemed 1 I'enh by the bahk and on or before the I-: of Mairh S
nile in I tfit
: j, corporations by through: caving lufvriiijliou at tins office wlieir hn may boound. an on dollar! loony i/cryon or persons who will! &
S rd that when he saw, or thought be saw, awpect \i jor Wal-1 l, connected: with :t cIo tr exumi.1 % Feb. 27, ItS4J. that bidder.: day the contract \ill be let out to the! Eowe&t inlorniaiion i a& will; ei-aue! me Io have the I

l' nation iI\ their: nature, than the ---- -- --- ded afeatuiu: coctr.tej in a Co-irt uf JIHIJCP. .
of the election of Gen. HARBISON, ltI FOUND Marion I JciTerson: co.Fla. Feb. 11,1811.N. I I. :
I t the Convention: lid before made of them, : tfJ CAR Tallahassee U. Cypress Sfiiige4! in abuudaiice, can be I 1L IAi 1
IK made a summerset in sufficient time to t a Black C pr, with a Jan.21.lj.P. I
had the effect of giving the A\ti.lankparLyin 1" gold head und and the ]iroi:> ed in Ihe nei!Murlillod.
". initials T. F. I
jib dubbed Whi This ) on ___
the be
right a t. I Iidaim the Convention he head.
H majority. 10 Dollai-s Kexvard. I
I .!
'u to bo tan denied hm; by the friends When I lie iive.iii-iii IIieI t tint The owner ran have the uti.e by calling at this I TOLEN C ? :
j.j.J majority like j from Taialiai| : -eii on tho l-t.'i: u't.1I
3I I f his opponent of the Whig party-but we \ -r ; iKcideillv. in 'f.ivor: of the H-ink pariv. Fcb.27.IH41., prorinjr prvprrty ind paying charges. I.. luU Biy Mare Mule in low vrt'rr. ami mi 5 WL.c 11' TilE ADiLPJ1IWL I

In disposed to lot him have it. Certainly he I II The Imiur. of> tli.it p-irly bad alarmed% mem- _h _,_ ___ Hy marks ol wrair oii ll4tnr nbnut her. Aiy ini'! )r* HOTEL. F't I i.
Light inaunu rellrlclillg her, will be thankfully received,
beta f Carriages for
ihtf Cheap Cash.
who had
'onv: nti'iu
( not of ut. We have nothing in common I ; not rlosly IHARIOTEES and the above reward will be <;ivcD oti hti delivery January 1, 1840. i :
invest ted Ihe : : '
frith him.Mr. t ig su'njcL Tl'.fy ame to the Xy with harness ctmiplete, in at this office. 1 Hoard: and Lodging by lite day $2 60 f
cunvetiiiiiu I ("'u r.a!I I.,' IIi-r"a'd towatds th* got up superior Ftb.l3, 1641. Dinricr. )
and fur 1 fit I'
UOWMXO of the Ciir school ofI 'tyle' sale nt the auction and coin unction t
1 j bulks, and JH-.i.ips' cli-l .tius'iig i : the :i Cl ti i.fl uf .ur0J ft. J. HACKLEY. NOTICE. S upper. 53 I:

I p politic*,strongly touched with WEBSTERISM ; tiiosb vvjpo ui lu-il lo pi.l u e lhc>o rorpuraiio munder -'rb.t7,1C4l. 31 if DreaLfj.-l. 75
rg1IIosE who ar.. indebted, cither! b LodMn/.
/ note or ; 51) : I
j k,pretended to be a convert and announced tlnt.it; rcstur i 141113 vtiiri! ], the wisdom of r JOTICE. -II. ai.-cuurit to the late: firm of (ior.ii..i and B.ard and Lodging- 50 00perin

1, I tonself to be a VAX BCKEN man. It was all L the !"gi..lall.r of oilier aialcs had iipphcdto r iioi. who hare served as Jurors since the 1UI! will rail at myfficc and nclllj the! k.iiue '. .* b) the quarter. 45 00 du

!tteice. He seized a favorable momentartlyafter t I ilifir banking .t.rpor.s"(jolts. apjM'iiilmeiit uf Gen. Leih Reid Marshal of 1 iinmedialelr.By Bird. Lodi!. 40 00 mu .
With these feelingtbcv: t nUt:re.lahe! conS hn Middle: District of Florida, uiH receive what I *o doiur the costs of action ut b\v will lie: -4 ** "by llie ijaarler 30 OU do
his \'crsion-aDd be has gone III due them !! MI veil., as nit claim., unpaid. vril! be in suit Children 1
cotton, but uhfii tne &uljcl of i'nnls: c-inie by cIhi.si|> at the Marshal office. put at L anil colored SL-rvauuhalf jincc. '
o si it the worship of Is false Gods. Let I and GEORGE E. DENMS, D. 1. the first court having jurisdiction.JOSEPH. scrvuntn full pricr.llor .
up, they !aw. ::t-xlnbilled more p-irti;
to Fcb.7. 1841.! 312Uarshul's UR \\Clfo! .c fcec3ch I\ al. $J 50
stay there. :
il bother objection to Col. DOWKIKC is-;Jrapiiig 1! ;! ij'irit of ;", i'un, a n-vuUioii) ol 1 virlue Sitlt. -- : by ibe mouth S3 00 : 1

&it nocooquerable indoJence and spirit Qi;i iIfiocruanation Ieeliiags and l vitvvs tlluk 1'1.&.", and the con- By 1 Leon of a writ of lieri faciasissued out of I NOTICE. / Caudles-eacli! 37 j '
SUI rrior Court, and Iu int. directed, in t LL Pcrs't indebted la the Sudycritier: by Fire-kindle! ;
I which render unavailable the; \ii-iinu; c uriC on then tint the public good I a sun whe cm Robert H lii-rry is plaiuiiiT and i3.l. Note or account previous Io I JtvJl will Ju .' by( the rr.onlli.:. 10 50 t'OGcnteoici ) '
; required uxisi imperatively tint: Thomas D. llarl'/ck i n> dcfe.-idaur well to Fttile the s.me, the
l tiat be ; .1 t controlling; I 'haVe 'levied currency of the Conn w.ll I
0 may possess. This, in our opinion ,11I1! supfivisiiry power over Bai.kirgorpo.. upon and on TuesJky the 301.h day of March next L try, at present i. taken, and ali Notes and iicfounls I, Ijy unlrai! : Ujilur: :ed in all cases by ; ( )
isnioiaperable his selection IlIr { at the Cuurt.l ou"o wln'h arc hilt Settled! before they klipulate lor a longer |lr0d.:
to JM TullahSM-e.
objection as l.. rations, must tie u>ervd tu the IIlale author t belwrt''n the next Sn.. r Courtwil1.c Accounts arc expected to be t.elllid nl the
('g.&llluurll haH jnoccoJ to sell! t-vo llorbd', levied j;ul into an Ally's hand f.r ".lIccLIOfJ Jlud
j agent at Wasaiogton. Whatever other rl}f &Hies about tu IM hrnnvit! ititu ,'xislence.rl upon; a. d to bo cold to satisfy( said exccuuyn I Seiiu required being time name kind cf every umntli.

fli5cationl] a man might posaeu, if they i iI When we call 'to mind ill l! Ih::*. w* find i itimpi'oiule t ; to law. according ,. which pays Northern debts and nictimrs, South moniy WM.24 P. GORMAN for the

I 1'iin mind ,ihink of LEIGh! crn ; l. n:cr indulgence be DAVID F. \Hf.
*e accompanied by this indolence-or, to to : our to sip REID Marsha! cannoi sriven.VM.
I porting Air. VVatd in apportion to Mr. Levy' by JOH.N F. KACIH-ER, D. M. \ II. Fit A.\f IS. + ffl dyspeplie dtil'i-bilious; : l | i :
OfTtnit more correctly, by this laziness, so I 'I Fb.27,1841. Talluhawee ..It. 6th. 184.. SfJ 2n. : i:
"A whose public coun<* lioth in the council ..mdin --- --- --- l'ltEPAKED BY :
I --- ---
j regretted his friends would beN -
by -
they JUST c. E. HAYNES
; the convention and t'cryIIl're h.nc: been NOTICE. RECEIVED. M. D.

rendered nugatory. '.people of Florida so much the contrary.We I RO Ell' B. HURST, i. my duly au.horisodagent 200 HXof Paper Ilaii ulg.. and [muir. Sparta Georgia. .4'

I not M such perMm as their agent at Wash. have other pounds on which! to found I of aid attorney in fart: in the Territory dtrs great variety( of" Polt truI ... T nJSE justly celebrated pills, wlu'cliara 1
1 Florida. Any Iransolcliou!, in which 1 bo; ALSO, ninj their t.) l
lajtoo way pre-eminent
this may 4
at time particularly. our opposition to Air.J Ward, which we' shall I .
represented him will suited
/ by be considoied my own 2 Notarial Seal Presses arc all casts rrijuirinj rilhtr mild 'f;
I ins Major WARD, we consider him peciu state in our )xt number. but none other. Kack:aniinoii Boards, ent. or active cathartic medicine prepared by II

Ifel unfit u be MAY MANNING. XVillcis Geo rajhy and All I". at the oldost phy. "icbiu in liie; vouthcru I
; and that he
our Delegate
; Loss of a Steamboat. Feb 27, 1341.-41 41P i* having; been tested by more thau Iftn .
MM claims whatever, on the people of the The steamboat l.aui'IijJiter| on bet voye from Law- ----- .I Pvrlrys' do, tnce in his; private practice Mori Hay were '

Tenlo:;. We scarcely know of any man Apalaclilcula! to S:. Murks, broke her siiafl and EACI1Y R. QRAITAN Notice.sod E. C. J .- 1'ythers history, cd to time public, end having, whenever fairly- $
L- \Vbduleys! Coin been erred to all oilier
; punt, I'r. article. of
,4ku was fuiced to to hochur Du Island. BELL having formed similar : !
, to little. What has been his course conic near ; an a* ocilioo Io prac- Pikes Arithmatic 4c.for are confidently rccotnuicndtd

, I.Legislative Council, and in the Con The wild coming on to II,
Nine took to a U>at bclonjjinj I Middle and Api< I P. A. Ucfm-ntc to
persons IIAYWACD. priuled ccrlitlcatcs
St iu the
I >Q at St. Joseph tWas it such as ongbtit4oc cbirola District of Florid hand : 1
io a vessel and urur* Jrifu-d t'o tile eastward as fat OflSc j. Fib. C. 1811.-4U the agents. For salo by !
the Union 13ink.Feb29 ;
people to view him as one to as Dead man's Bay. Tlirco of the nine pcrisbW -31 NOTICE RANDOLPH &

W their rights and interests be ) but the Tahlalmaece, Jan. T-0, lU4l.--ly
might lately test were saved Ly a boat from St. Marks* Q.r.1.u1cr General's Office. Flu. M.I. --

lidded T We should say not. So far from Two ladies a child! and servant were left on thokleaoiltoit NOTICE.I] I J 'ralkiits! .'. Fob U, 1U4I. 315 REWARD.. .

'Ifccwrse has been when she fwiodcrcd who wcro lost.U1AUIAE LL persons indebted to the subscribers by nole,1 I ROBERT ARMrfTRpNG, late A>s't ( :. R ANA WAV from the subscriber, in !
directly the reverse. 1Jl or account on the lit Jtnuarv.,1841. an toll '[ in the Territorial service, having county ontlio!. I7lh inst.u black Woman ,
u .
I w.Ward wu the God father of the Union '- neatly r que ied Income Forward and feiilj: ilu'MUIO i I I been ihclnrjed' lliurefrom, for inaloondurt, by ,irt (Hoy time woman is about 25 years of agv, the :

H. it was who was selected in -- LIST-ST. IA1CHLS. before the Gui of April next t, der tf (Inn Excellency Lime Governor of .Fioriilj; all about 18 months The woman has a scar (
thebre - burn
orlhey will be pnt into the hands under her left car ur.d i la
of pcrMniK .IMJ tlicrciuru ferwarnt'd aiiMt jaw Ilbc.ul5
[ .
ncrO"TE BY u. SCGTT, if. DE??. (' ..] o trading
to bring it forward, and urge it an Attorney for collcctron. No account j v.ill. linn fur any accounts that may be in Lilt l'u' iudlJII bight ant thick Ki-t. She i ii supposed '

1. hugh the Council. He did AKUIVLD :- will be continued for the prcm-nt year, cxcej.l.n: ig i MSMOII, fI"in2'1; i he Toriitory of Flnnd&; biirh in the neighborhood Tallahassee.. .I :
J vat so. The char. Feb. 17.-Barque Dun Juan Harding, from EL.j I with thoet of oar ciisioinurs who' have Loen j
grantedAnd behold the consequences Joseph, in b II&.111. ;"I"yinIheir atciunts with ui>. I IBETTON I( ''I'I.cd or the U S Qr. MaKt .r m thin pfare. either to the suhscriber: or to any jailor! ( _
-"a there that is Steamer James Adams ,froin New Orleans to lake of
more responsible than be, & FISIICR.[ I JOHN B COLLINS Q. M Gcn'l F M. charge her.
-fte ill* which Corporation hu Steamer Caroline PeUw*,'fioui; Apalachicola. J.'th. 27. 1348 -31l6a i l Ft'. U DAVID A..
brought 1'cb. 24-Bnjf WilJintsl/y, S IVt-llr. New .
the ) from Rlardsys Ferry XJadn. Co
r Territory and the Jan. V3. 1K41
greater ills stillslant York, with :380 hales luy 'I.r V. S. Q. M., ti ke;shullvr UANA WAY, : ATPUITATE SALE -- --- ,
10 bbls liquor.Schr FROM the subviiher on Alond.iy the 15th iiui i I L1KKLY: NERIM) MAUSHAL'S SALE. '
K:. Wan 1'oscomoche girl named May b.iU .t\ WO\IANaboul15yeara ILL Lo cold at the Court ;
then became a Director in the -, with ,roceriu. Stout made and we'l' |18 ye.fj4oeI. old. and her boy 3 years old. Tho womau is V.JT of Tallahassee House, in the
hrr '
rowu: c&tr.r between
; the
not usual! ;
fj a Urge a rain! Cook \\I.lIer and!
Stockholder, and be must Dark but shade darker than mulatto. Had r.IIOIot .alo.oo Wednesday the 10th :
heM Fe!. 15.-Brig Joo. II. for New out I and 1ru.< and olfured day of March ,.
evilly respoasibl with the other di. Stephens, -, checked lin.' frock and took with Iwr worthy, 1 for nalo fur nO fault the followunf slaves
a cotton J I cgro to wit: Henry and
York with 407 balos cut ton. Ap >lv. at this ufflu.J4n.:3J.
twilled frock .
the Uripud whit and blue. She ton, levied on by we, under and [ [ -
of was virtue
gross mismanageneat Hsre Feb 17.-Sclr Mary Porlafield, for Tampa Bay, small accompanied I : 27 tf of by oft
a Fieri
f1Icerna. by girl! about Facias uksuiu
We bound with len years old, b* ; out of Iho 1 luDuroibltS
to coaaid*!/ him u 4: head cattle and mu.. longing to Christina '. -0;
PIiuiad Shay. iEOTpAwrNERSIlIp NOTICE. Superior Court of Leon county wherein ,'
jllltifyio, the course pursued t- ::::= .:::TL-_. -_- -- Fife dollars reward will be fiven for the I G. Ponder is plaiutifl' andJatmica
aj.jtre- ICIIALtD F.Troltiu
reetor% which has bensien of Mary and her deli It JIAYWAUD having |urchaed of fetdaur : 4
placed the cur. OBITUARY. very to me; tllI dClI. Thns. II. Aufliti his entire said property bo sold 'for upecio, to
I! the. Territory in the cituatioa in Departed this life on the 21st iui4. of pulmonary lar if aba be .apprehended out of town and allexpenses firm- of 'r. fhr.ardUlotill., tho biuinoss interest in the fu. lisfy said writ of Fieri Facfas, according to -

..lOw consumption, Miss JAKC STUCHIM, a naiivo of Va. paid.A ture will bo carried on at the old stand in LEIGH READ, ilar.b.l,
hIIerspilDioa.Mr.Ward in the 41st ysar of her age. Her eoirfe trough! life !liberal roward will. be given for the appre scribers,under tho nara. and styluofT.by& R.the ub- By GEO. E. DENNIS. D.. : :
has hension .T the Liz. n.y-
too girl Feb. .
Gir great was a bright example of virtue ant piety, cbato in.word ward, which mine will be uu>d in liquidation 6. 1841.
tbeIe bank peculations, &c.,for virtuous in ACti u, pJaanant iu society, her RICHARD SHEFFER., the onxelllod buninciu of the firm of T. of Adtniustrutor'a Notice. .
:t. init. death lias Lifl chas iu lbs circle Feb. O, IB.al-l"* Hayward t
? place power and influence d u of her (friends & Austin. THOMAS HAYWARD 18 HEREBY
GIVEN That 1 .
r uadc. w. know not in wht day, which, Unto will never repair. Her conduct wa.tha Beef Cattle Waated.'I RICHARD HAY\VARD. NOTICE lb. after/ date, present .' .

.. extent H mal be used hurtful Io cl and dintent of those ChruOiaa atri:ales, Psitli, ''I THE subscriber will save the highest price for N. B.:These: indebted Io the )late fatut of Hay. and vouchers to the J udge of the County my '
Hope Charity,"DcI we humWy nut that baring tall fed ward & Austin; and T. '
$ Leou
hI7etse( the people. In cattle on b.ing delivered at Iliyward & Austin are for a wttlement of the Awinift ; I
looking .rer passed this vale of bus, thai she will reap bit Tan Yard, in .TaUahaewsa. BOlified that all the debit duo tacb if col paid by Lb. estate ,(Jaiucs Branch decots Td.-- ,

tzd eesagi ot tho Legialaturea where I that wit inhrhlaoce prepared for Lb. |wod only.; J.D.GALBRAITH. the nut Spring term, will bo placed in iho bands 5JOUN" J

kis been a um., we fiod biro The 4sc ,aced.wu for many years a.l&Hll ber of Feb. SO. 1841.O of an attorney fir collection. February, '1841. :-
Ituy b the t'realyteriaii Church. J. HAYWARD -: _
JJ r.nl'el"err propositioata & AUSTIN I NOTICE.
f'ar4. py the tkttnd their (Hf odt. Died.on tka evening! of the 23d innlani, i in the B COBftfffBBieBt. 'and for silo cheap for -T.& R. HAY WARD. I = % .
t9lh of her TaU porvona Laving u1 deaaada aftiaat : .
Mrs. Felt.
year Pf* HAKBUB /. consort of g I t Isuaee., 1,1C41.-3f. ALL .
recorded in favor of,all the lUbeii U"irca.|. fir Pun Leon,' 10'..,, 8U WMaaiiable I C sailable for two or r.. hres i w iato uf Jetlarwm county, : 'I

"Y& Ca Woaght before the Legiola. and dev Hcd a* a wife, a,kind mud careful, Etttfr 7l?CJUrisi ,for lw. horses FOB SALE. ibo will! pleas. rO'&dutbeaa oporll'-MLNk-ci

'. .! !f' these (bb e an calculated ototb r-- as a sister axud friend wal" ..-1.and I nCgngiiuhh.forau.strtwoboruiI 4 naIl in )rtaiint_ or'rug. Medicino, &c.d& ., time prescribed':bf J4w, and U MO wbw are
"1IDk'Wil1,1O iiMcra ia M tuemo ; thou who Led knew "isr a. .itabl for, a:eountir 'toru.', nply.al this wtj iodoUcd to tbo $&doeoaoml,, wil1 : l -

1eretioauy U'I1.to b pna loved, her u_L An affcctiotate hivtaad alHl.011', I, .', very eh) ip. Inquire of t OeL. < payinaiU/VViUiam. &od, Esquire,. --- 4 -_

mattera of such im. 'v30 1 W ABD :& MAY. ':;'fO.')- > 13., 18tl.- '1 1:t a1&i ts my'< aetLoris' ,- nrvVvVOMBLE annit to Mtllo said, Estate Adm'r.f. ; __

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- &- -L yyiW' : .PBO" a'KO'l E.:2' lEf A0K' AND'STATIONAHV S 11lIJeum imCWtd'Dropsy, ih-, Uaderatudin.JtJut Dr. A.Coorn DATTON in .' A RROct&ERobR' '

Con tcnda toeclablUn hioiMlf aaa Physician.and Dentist l"i1.J"' '. .
- f .A4..rato..lJ'oUce. ,S.'I. L., aiHuLNca' e ( .ESTABLISHMENT. mat Bilious'CAo.lic and pwn 't ; "
- '.'. fTN Lhe4tb Marcb pert! II 1 will offer Ihemtelree S a/rtfu.S !i. Tallahassee, ,Fla., we' take pleasure Ia ex '
: i ia
: ) .- ( Monday HAVE IB" the fhnHE Bbtwcrloer ha' jail received is- gumption. Ter.f'oC'y tiPi4,
\Jf, toflae Hoa. the Jail otlh. court'ofJ .Law.: One of then-. pressing our opinion of his ability to be big My ate ,
,., county will 41 ways i JL METMxirrofBodks, Ac., WUh* ; Th -"L "
If sfbravi':Countv' my.aceoonU and Votchen for an found'at their e. b, consisting of st DDa DOCTOR l JOHN GAWLEY, of Thontaa- fbi in those employment :This opinion ie founded clj4 sn u.

ann rtl wtllemenl of the esUle of J.'G. League do'd Joseph Bach o effort his services ,to the public on oar personal aeqoaintance with Dr. Dayton, ,adopt the fIIowbmg Rnoral1at faJ-tt.. .

,- ;' u'i prescribed by law.ttftiitioello L..nc CD Brut Drmi BLN BOOKsMedium. Journ. Day in the treatment and cure of the above disease*,- and his reputation a* a Physician and Dentist. .I. Resolved by the 't1 ,.' rJ

S .. Feb.6th 1841 IS tf. Feb. 13, 134i. Boukc, invoice Books,Records, Receipt, Books, being aware thai they were considered incurableby Hill education at the North, combined with bie :
.WM..BLACKBRN. Adhn Bank Book, Note Books,Bill and the medical practitioner generally as aLto that experience jn the treatment of disease in various mark oIapprobjtjoj I1" .
CHARLES 8.X8IBLEY B.ob-pG1abl. the course of treatment laid down by writers, almost !- parts of the U. States, a discriminating mind and isdW ,:,
< receivable Memorandum 88b.&e. "mont. or this
A I "? : :NOTICE.. ATTORNEY 4. COUNSELLOR AT LAW SQHOOL BOOKS : uniformly proved Ineffectual deemed It folly studious habits, qnat.fy him lo be, aa be hat heretofore those who der connU .J .h--
L daya after date be undersignedad- of hu man-lire, tofollow course been honorable member of the proft-e I. nd.i lit ateq ,
; waste
THIRTY his.Professional services i i-j the Angcll'e School Clinics, serif Nos. to 6,Smith's I and a an Wt; !fatoochee. I.
the estalo of Jerem-ah Bent- OFFERS debts, &c., in Middle colec. Arithmetic and Grammar Woodbridge' Geography that had awaj! failed, determined In investigatethose ion and aocioly. "and with II well II th. .

Icy, will apply to the Judgo of the Superior Court i. will attend all the Courts in the Midde! District. and Alias, Willard's Geography and AlI.a diseases: more folly! and tu endeavor to reline With these capacities for usefulness, the amiable -hamanityperiled a generous intX4 JhSS. ."i

.0" Jefferson county for :leave to sell the real en.'late tCT*Office in the New House. Olney's Geograp by and Atlas,.Walker's Diclionary suffering humanIty from those direful and incurable personal character of Dr. Dayton renders it impossible .* Citizens who their

of eatd deceased. I Tallahassee Feb. 13 Cour. Playfair's E-icIid, Algebra, ValpyV Greek maladies. How well he has succeeded in for us to givo him oar best wisho for happiness *and reduced were from sotre i f i b..i J
)IOTJN SA"NDERS[ Grammar Jacob's. DaYs Jacob's Greek I the course of twenty years experience and investigation and prosperity in a distant part of the c untry] ,1 ] their petitIfiI"'L.
; I SAMUEL BENTLEY.Adinrt} Doctor B. W. & L. L. Taylor, Reader Adam's Latin Spelling he is.willing. and now offers the public an without expressing our regret that bin sphere o '* IIpair heart., should of tbia 1)e coD1memora....'

G. 1841-5U HAVING associated themselves in the piaclice Book, Elementary GrammarNationa, Books. I opportunity or atisfying themselves. action and usefulness is to be removed from this Revived That nation the and a paret.r .

I NOTICE. ,in all its branches,re'rectfuly Staler, Pencils. Cyphering Broks, !(t fa. All case of acute Rheumatism in the ca.rJYlta- neighborhood. 'a be Ooten".i
offer their profelionaleric.) to the STATIONARY : ;es, ho will engage them a speedy euro. Where C. G. KEENAN, H. D ry rrqueftrd to pre rare 'JfD4 .

a IX weeks after dale. I shall apply to tho lion.S of Jefeton county generally., Hudson's, Cntler, Ames1 and Iluobard's best the disease is of long standing, the cure will be R. G. P. WHITE M. D. "live time officer-and of their aervkeis and Pftleet1" ot

I .the Judge of tho County Court, of Jefferson 'it the residence of Dr. B. W. Taj'lor in Writing and Letter Paper ; Envelop, Drawing certain but of longer durulion. In all cases of E. II. FIELD M. Do private COItPriliutb

I county for letters of Administration, on the ell. Monticello, where cither may be found. Wrapping Folio Post, Commercial general Dropsy, Ascetrs and Hydrothorax, he incontidcnl Nov. 7,1 18 10. 15 If. "paniet, with the thanks ofii, .
late of Mr. Maty Savage, late of said county deceaacd. Feb.O3mm and I'ackct rapt'r and other de- of MICCCXS when nature n nol too far ex "and the assurance of thr rntat\a""
Paper, "
GEO. JONES. old 10lt every in which their
I. win
t E. CARR1NGTON CABELL, friplid of Paper; Maynmd & Noye''olkJtn'l hausted. In all capes of ,thmalIe will warrant FULAMCI, 6th Oct. 1149. bet 1ft W4.-r-.
tS Feb. 13,1841. Reeves & Kcnl's Black Inks! ; Steven'sBlue relief in six hours from the commencement of the The subscribers lake pleasure in cxpre.Miiiheirhigh Now in compliance with tlaeaaU ':J
NOTICE. QmJn W Ink, in pints and quart; Walkdeu's and i remedies .II all cue of Billious or tpasmodicCholic opiniuft of th? professional skill and nllentiori hereby make it bow That th.t 0. a

APPLICATION will bo made six week arter Talaltassl Florida. Krnt'.s Ked Ink ; German Copying Ink ; Sandboxes he will warrant relief six hours and the of Dr. A.C. DAYTON, Hurgeon.l cnli t. Territory will, on the jtnf i.yqPjprepared

the -iibucriher, to the lIon. WILL praLee i COlr!!, of the Middle Inkstand*, Wafer cups, PJuncr und pounce I Ibflo patient t-hall not be subject to returns of tile di*. His operation upon the teeth of each of the to deliver lo the .hrJ I-
William Gibson Judge of Leon County Coiirl, for : eup. In all cases of Consumption, Brouchial and ,vim defended the Block-Ho oe
a. Office in the room under : File PresMS, mark Sand \afeis rf all rolorsrnduz subscriber, as well as many others in our knowledge oath.Wi .f1
Letters of Adminiotnition upon the rotate of Mary tho Union Dank. SealingVax ; Prince Albert, Victoria Tuburcular. In the first and nec'.,i.d stages, and excite universal approbation. Indeed,Burl, ,chee, and to those who came te. wi .
E. Dunham lately deceased. Jan. f. Pens when tho substance of the lungs i it not deulioyvdto '.medal ordered to be procured for ??
30,814, 27tf and Common Meel ; Letter Stamps ne.itneso, care, and beauty of finish mark: all hit aai1 Wab
JAMESSjaOND.: "T.-c..iii4it-ii--- .--- l'cnknitt'8, Dft-1. knives, India Rubber, &c., &.c. considerable extent, and I the vital action much work, that, as in tho caxc of the subscriber, i it i i" them,by the legislative Co_al; <,
January: 23,1841 26 Gt I Care of ALSO wasled,ho confidently! Hers! a ci-re. In all canes frequently mistaken natuial. The officers and soldiers of Witv -

NOTICE. ,WILSON, WRIGHT. & CO. flank Bill Piper. vms Lading. Nolri" of hand. Ex. of the bites ")f venimous reptiles he will warrant a J. T. DAVIS, Block House-as well lho! e .hOl n& ,_ .
cure when the patient is able: to swallow, he is alsoin it AS those who encountered dm **
titanic Draft Muic Paper, Blotting Paper. Play- NTON! HijW. ;
SIX months after date 1 shall: apply! to the 4 J3 Poy drays Street, ing CId.! 1 nitch patent Copying l'rrt with posscxsion of Ductor Harris's IClt'ipt; (or t111CltW B. F.:. ROSE ing them-are. therefore, re'pcetfDlhriLLllli'! '
S Judge of the County Couit, of Jefler- ; ___ PI at Talla hawee
NE w-O attend / fc
LEA?. apparalU cunhhlitte.: of Hydrophobia, of which it is iifc son county, for a final fettlemenl ami discharge -- Superior Yoke of Oxen and March next for trIO
i i.
-- add, there ample testimony of lIt success. M 'It 4 young purpose
5 from Uio administratorship of Lilllfbrny Walker, 1LRNy c. IV 1 I T The Book BinderyIs of cases of Epilepsy: in the i'ncipirnl stages Will be in good order for sale by verncr perform the gratef duty alr"-it

lateolBttld county dcreued.L'f1TI.t : I ATTORNEY AND CO V SSE r. L 0 I AT LAW cured: He may be consulted by Idler, giving a Dec. 20 J. D GAL &tAITII. the medal, with the thanks of UI '
BCUUY PAKKHIl: Adiu'r Montkdlo also continued, where all kinds of work cr.n ho da. petpl.1t ,
Florida. correct description of the symptoms of any of the NOTICE.IJHEREBY .
'. Jan, .1C, 184 1._ law dono as expeditiously as licretofore. Blank Worb. above diseases, and ho will put and forward by notify all that the firm of ROBERT I
-- -- S I lPllJ.t practice in the| several! Court of of all description- made to order,and ruled to up prsen AYMQXDll1D : ii
notice-. ; tlUindlc anin) tho Court cf suitable for Banks, Public Offices. Merchants any. any means of conveyance they may furnish. A & LYMAN is this day dissolved; By the Governor, ."
IX months after dale, thall apply' to HIP Hon. : I Ilt I! Vbtrict pattern and others. Deed, Record and Docket prescription with directions for Asthma, BilliousCholic and that I will not fee responsible for any transaction J. M'CAKTS, Secretary of _- ,-

S Judge of the County Court of Jrfftrwnnty u'JO, P-41., Books and all other Blank Books, can be obtained and Snake Bite, that wi-l be certain to cure made by the said LYUAN in the name of the Jan 9,1341 2-1 II 10flj
notice ruled and bound in, style A
at nny
eoUttdni.ni8trai'.r4; of JEUEMIAII DREW) : ale of C.IBCS arc ot big Unding, and in Dropsy and Consumption Tallahassee, Dec. 5,1840. 19 fljS
eaid coulv, dec-cased. KACHCL DIIEW: IIft. M'INTYllE again rc-pectfully t:11Ctl ( : : ; and warranted equal to Northern or any ) tho patient should be under his immediate Dissolution of By Robert Raymond Reid Gcterxytf A
professional services to the citizens of: other manufacture. Particular attention paid to Copartnership. w 57' .*
9. 11)41 Administratrix Them' need bo ot Territory of Fl ri4.
catc. no apprehension
January any C'opartnerithip heretofore
raluhassee.Ho lebindine old Boo'nf. Ncwpahiers.Maazincii, Tarn- existing under
NOTICE.I : purposes in future to spend his winter in the phlcts, Mu8c Book, 4CM in plain or ornamental empirical experiments or any danger to result from THE style and firm of Fracis& Hart, 'is this %% flEaZAS,It is made known Ion &
the rinicdic in who ;
prescriptions they are Taylor, stand indxted
every physicians dissohed mutual fir .
Khali the city, a-id: ) in Leon or to .patch patterns. Jay by consent. ?
to binding
( I IX month) after date I apply summer Uadadcnand I: cambia.JG
shop, and their! effects xvrll tented by him der of Hugh Rose in the of
; %%'M. II. FRANCIS county Ltaktuary
J Judge of the County Court of Jeffi-rcon ')ffce at the (lelp h i L Nov 28 18 The subscriber thankful for the patronage he ..
the active class of remedies last has left the Territoynow '
they art among yet LEVI 11AUT. of WT
has heretofore received hope, by a ttrirl attention
lor a f nal sHllcmcnt nod discharge! from .JoIli I.DUV4L "
the County AdminiMralorbliip of Chr-stophcr Smith) late ATTORNEY to his business,to meet a continuance of the t>amc.P. safe. Tallahassee, Sept., 12, 1840. at larjre a fugitive (rom .|i tict,: ,

AT LAW, A. HAY ARD.'ClIahnlFee Thouiasville, Ga. Jan. 23 1841-"Jt t. The business will be continued in future by Wil- felLed the recognizance by whirb W W
dccal r.l.
of said county -C. W. DEWITT AdmV. Office in Col. %'yatt's Brick Brildinrs, Main ,OCL 3. 1840 10lrs. NOTICE.LL liam H. Francis. 9 Srp 26 I appear at our last April Term of Utt .
iur Court
: Jan lG. 1841. --- -- ner. 5. TALLAHASSEE, FLA. J9vfv'ri il iiiii'i; Female Seminary. 4 persons indebted to tl.e subscribers by note IVOTICE.HE ; Now, know; ye, that I, Robert &,
----A1tmitraiOv's0tiCC.' : be opened in Tallahan-co on the first or account on the lit January, 1841. are I T Subscribers offer for sale the followin g ar l Governor Florida by virtna of theme

the 61h day 01 MItI.h: set, 1101.:1 1 :! al'pl.t" ATTORNEY ; I WILL in December, in the lower story earnestly! requested lo come forward and settle the I tide, low fur CASH- vested bv law,do hereby offer a tvmi i tl'

ON lh JuJgo of Monroe County Court fur :EJ.LOr AT U/ A', of the liiltling occupied by (tho Masonic Lodge.* 'same as further indulgence will not be given. No I Cognac Brandy liafpipcs! and qr. casks hundred dollars for the apprehtulioii of J'I

Icltcis (if Ailmiiiislralion on the estate of ).aacJ'rith. Pensacola, West Florida, Mr Hodgson engages to teach all the branches, ': account will be continued fur time present lear, excepting I Holland Gin in bbls.Whinkryin fugitive, and his safe deli.erj to a>f'

"IciMfccJ.: ; V.517: ILL practice in the Superior and County iifii.illy required in a liberal English; rdue.ttion with those of our customer who have been rf-j other officer of the Territory, aaborizs4 I"
JOflG.. 7.IUIAX. V V Courts of Eocambia arid Walton Ciuntiu anJ hopcH by her exertion in tile promotion of her punctual in j J'3}lug their accounts with u*. ; J.ardin, kegs ch.'ireofhm.; .

Jrin. 2IC11. also in the Court of Appeals at Tallahassee.Sqi pupiU[ in their scvcrul studies: to render the iiistitulionworihy BETTON & FISH E!:. Floor, Molasses The said Simoii'i'ayoris! i about 5fett
--5AlMLN1SFR'1 5, 1840 6 the patronage ol thc piibhr. Jan. 23. I Corn, Hay h gh; dark complc.tion back! !
"It'0 MCE.OTIC Manhudun ; eyes;.hoii
DRTP. S. BE.4TTIE Mrs. 1I0J son will be at-siatcd (by her ncice. MissM. and Cod Fish lit hbls "toop-nhoulJercd slew-spoken! IS a ;
T fA )hereby gi> in, thnt: I shall twomonths B-H"AS ri'bUin"Hhe practice Medicine in all il HARRIS, \.ho can .satifiiiury rcfcicnte 0.' Consigisinent, oxt'4l'jckfts. in quart jar profession and ;is ; L .
lo ..
N act-ount and I ,I ripvo Cliai iotees, utatlo lot two or four 300 bbls. Lime.McNAUGIIT. ; SUPPOJIC.J -
afirr this, pn.tut my -f Lion tf branches, and tenders him profrssional! IC'n'i.ce'a : both as a Music and Literary Teacher. _IL inhorsiH, for sale chtap f." CAHII. nquirp of borhood of Columbia! South Caroliaat .
Curt ( (
vonchcrs to the JuJgc of tl. County the commutiily. His otfico is at St. Marks A compclriil Assistant ha ah-o been engaged for WARD 4MAY & ORMOND.Port Given under my ham, and tho IeIJ ]
t ol llicCBUteof
fur a settlement' "f iiidllliuistatiIIn! at t I lime ofS. C. if Leon. March 20tb 1840.
hOt e Spcr.cer.j the ClasMcs required. J:1U.2.IP.4I. 24 [fr..s.l ritory. lbisthirtv-fir.il day sLDi.
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; Joseph Harlcy tlccoawd.josr.ni j j.lylH. l 2m ['l'lmeStarwjhl copy. Tim Scholalic 1'c-rm will consist 0 eight months \ : Jewelry, Ac. A. D. 1840. '
S s : r. c. IIAULLY Ad.'r.I nji.-JOhN n. POPE -- divided into! two J>cs"ions of four months rath.. Choice A Fragrant.PerfiimerjY.&c.: -a .. nnllE Subatriber has on ROBERT RAYMOND itn

I -January ?. iSll. 24 __ OF FLIIS his .profeStiona"ervicc to the peopleof ; A vacation lo take plate at the clo.se: of the bccund : OTTO ROSE; Rowland' Marafsar Oil ; / .. Jt hand a very handsome By the GovernorGt..

I Adminisiralor's Notice.IX Jcflorson County. Office in Moiiticellu, scs ion.'l'r.H Colngne ; Florida WaU-r ; 7 assortnicnl Watches, Jew. J. M'CA.NTS Secretary ofFk".

MONTHS ilft.cr date 1 fhall apply to the vcr the tore of William Denham 4- ,C u. I.S, PER SESSION : Lavender, Roji1 tuid Orange fi.wer"alC'r ; c* I' ,. ..QVntcliC8(,fry, Pitted Wore, Silver Jan 9.1841 24

I Judge oflho County Court flf Jtfl'c ton rOl1n.I M'ntieehloWy 3Q, 1H4Q. Orthography and Reading 10.00 Boar.-'Oil ; Antique Oil ; L'' '" 'u !. ( Spoons Cutlery, &c.. which S A FKOCLAITIA1IOX: '

1 I ly for a final settlement! an I ci-i :liarg. Imm the .1. lU'CAN'J'S The above, with Writing and Arithmetic, 12 00 Almond Soap ; Coroa-nut Soap ; -\t. I : ; :isr, he ofl'crs for sale' on his usual By Robert Raymond.Reid GoeertC1,
udiimr"ntrator' hip 'f ALP.XAVDER It MURRAY late The above with English Grammur Geography Engli.-h WimiMr S.ai; ; 'erm!. IIo will receive new f

cf said county, deceased. Attorney and Counsellor at Law, Ancient and 31.>dora Ilulory Maps l Naple'Sharing. amid Crcnu d! Savon ; ioc\- sup les: during the winlcr.W.1TCH Territory of FJorila."WW7IIEREAS. .

BUnWELI.1'HlUOE.. 'STILL ractice in the Courts of the Mitid'c !c., I tWO() 'ToiIcl.Pow : R.L. B iker's Teeth I'uwdcr;, El'AmiG! It is made kaowa tan 1

Dnrcm'.icr J 1&. 1 1340 2 1 t Atimiuitllrllf'r., and in tie! Court of pTils.| Of. The above with Natural Philosophy, Antron. h nt'\VLlralJle Ink ; Tooth-brushes ; Is attended to with as ninth ability and promptness V lUlu ADDISOX, \1'0Ta>eoaEaci i ia

-- Administrator'sAl fotice.S Gee al Tlla1r.sse"la. tf DprilGI840 omy, Botany, Composition, Rhetoric Logic Toolh-picko ; I Hair-bru-hcs I ; as at any sheep in the! Southern conulry. Quincy Jail, under a charge a f innrdM te.

L persons linking claims a* .Untot the oMate S. \V. Carmac-l-edlci s-A:-io Chemistry, and "Malhcnialicn: 25.00 PoMderPulTii ; PrrstonV SnH-IIin Sat! ; Jan 3 FRFDLRICKFtWLE. body of- Horn in the county of Loos

; of David Willis decreed, late of Leon county AT LAW j Music-Piino and Guitar (either) 30.00do Atso-Faniily MEDICINE CIU: TS-for tale CopiiiiacrtIiip. rude I his escape frum aid Jarf, ana aatt

u'iIIl'tlltcut) them fur n jju
i indebted to UHJ said fiitat", will cuine forward and practice T\LLAIASSIn in in the Drawing and Puiuting, do 1500 L. BAKER 1'111 at Port Leon brit'. r ll.r nain know ye,.That I.Robert RajtnoaJ
t settle the amr. JOAB! WILLI of tho partnership Middle and Superi Needle-work plain! do 6.0J( Tallahassee, Jan 2. 21 12t Beiry's: Row of Miller & Row Iw, lo carry tn the hi G LAG: Governor of Florida, by virtue of J,qto&,

: Nov. 2J. Jr,4o. 17 Adm'r. Districts, and in the Court of Appeals.Apalachia.la Their Embroidery, do 7.00 Loft or Illislaid & COMMISSION bu.Hi.enf; me Hundred vested DolUra by Iawdo for hcrcl-y the" Cera riwarf el of
--- -- -- office it, fur the in the N. B. to Lc made at Iho end: of thc They have a large and commudi warehouse .pprebe
fi t iii-iii5o55nit5icI; I.eon SuperiorCourt. present new court hou oDc -P.iymenls .a NOTE of hand for Iwenly-two dollars given fugitive, and his safe du.'ivcrj to any jaH. r
21 20 session. .. by George Young to the Subscriber, dated for the storage of merchandize and cotton ; and cr LlCrer cf the Territory authorized to

Join B.. Lloyd, ) Aitichmcnt for $12,:. STOKAGE. : Proportionate deduction will be made for those I some tune in January Taut. All persons arc cat hope, by b'rict trillion, and promptness in theexecution charge rf him. .
,: ued Oct. FTVIE who: enter after till commencement of the session, lioncd for the mid note. A labe r.I of orjcis, to give :1tisfacti"u to all who I'a
vs >ln 1 as-umpsit, h 29, undersigned having leased one of the I against trading : The Sdiii Addison i is about 45 years ofif.i
JL JJ'ire and but none for those who l lave before the close. reward will be the finder it may cntiuol business to tLeis care.
Homes given to on returning t
I PeN: Coprnan. )1840. Whaf lately erected by ccmpllJxiol' ai.d red hair ; ha* lust his('$ ;
Hei uriuble, to Full Tmn I 1810.fTMIIEdclcndsnl Mes-rs. J. & N. llanilm, eolrila blurc of patronage Nov23| 18 Ju'y 4, 13-10 49 JAMES C. WELLS. (J CO, MILLER. III lhjnvi_., d. \cry dis.oraicd, 004 noil' )
Refer to- JOHN J UOWLES.MoirbJCclton .
!! nnd all' others interoj-tt eel l. are ;In the Medicine' and Dentistry'l-- Tin Ware JTIannfactorjfBlIIE I & Fisher drunk.

ji_ he'IIlr nttiltor the i n1ii ii tin or lid suit i U'ceh'ing& Fon.nl'Unl Business D n. A. CJOPER: DAYTON lender his sci- Subscriber coilmuts to cairy on the abova 'Berry & Dowliwg, Tiillalutgcc, ; Given under m) Land, and the seal! of(&

rntafmrft., they i lre roquin-d to Irpl1 and & IHn.; vices to the citizens of Tallalia>*e a* PHYSICIAN -P-- business in all its branches, and keep con Po.t Leon, Feb. 1. lfc>40 31 [L. s.J ritory, at Tallahassee this 24k it]

plead t>> thc trdaratnf! filed in t>:ld cne acrording Port Loon, 15th April, _*8CAnINif.1U SURGEON,k SURUCON DENTIST. stantly on hand a general assortment which be of- December. B. 1849.ROBERT .
law. S. ; : kING Office in Co!. \Vall's 15tick Building, up Hair fcis al wholesale! or retail. lo unit purchaser' Valuable lands for Sale. RAYMOND RZlD roM
Atl'y l'loi"til' _ kubscnbcr thankful Dr. D. will be Inppy lo attend to c ill* ill any %'31. H. FRANCIS 'I'UE sub cribir having1 a greater quantity of By the Goveraor )
iec.2 1310. r.u,22Superior J-aFII, '. '' 'm-, r-P-5- '. THE past favour : branch of his profession. He hat devoted much Sep 26 9 Munroe IIlrl'et. than i i" desirable for his own cultivation J. A1V.4J.TS,Secretary. >IIIV
teuipccc5 -
,' of Iho Teeth anti Nervous 'tllr. fur sale tIres: valuable plantations-onesit' 32 em'U
-' -- -- -- --- -- : informs the citizens attention lo diseases dcr26
Middle -. ; k tiftilly Cotton Weighing: ualed Clack Creek about thirteen mils -'
Court. of on east
Affections of the head und face is prepared to
Tallahassee and vicinity that I.ub..cliber. appointed Weigher of Cotton, 200 DOLLARS REWARD.PROCLAMATION .
FiIidfl.--JCflCISOfl (: naisIy. tile orJ THE from 'I'a Ihahiassee, contniniii thirteen hundred! ;
lie all extraordinary
Jf'F.Tucker ) AlUchmeiit; f.r $300 : ; IN} L continues to carry on lire perform of in Iary neat and substantial manner operations oran act passed at tin last H;>S- acres, 600 of which are in a high stale of cultivation !IlkS S
S C 1f; Dentistry a
vs. J I laiuaTS, for (fjll.t; ) Ir.iJI Cabme iu Making la.i'eF in lIe has a SPLENDID; COLLECTION of Hit UsARTIFICIAL ion of tiie Legislative Council revpeclfully in. (I.e ret-iilutt! montly rich hammock land with By Robert Raymoml Reid GOC r !
Clement B. Barrett. }\ Returnable to April Terl, n- -MTJJ II variety a stand TEETH. forms the public thai he is prepard to weigh Cot- all the nccttsdry farm houses and outbuildings Florida JJnJ
&]1 Ii I j II Bless and Ribolds opposite Ion either in this city or .it the Railroad DCf'.l.IIllIscaleli ,- the .
1841. fiM ter "Col. Wyatt's Store The name to which was awarded the p/cinium at crops' raided upon this plantation have not been it i. made knowt.. .. nJu
LL personsconerrned will lal,e notice of the where he arc manufactured at the s.une place BX surpassed by in the counlry. Another, about WHEREAS
American Institute and which any
the ,
the last Fair of wU. '
A will bo orders PASS510EE
happy to receive from his fiiendsandthe those used by the United States and ,
inatil.ltio of tie above suit by atlnrhincnl lliut: will be generally the dUtanre. noithoast from Tallahassee!! ,
he in such they natural lame
; will insert
Sidcboar.l Bureau's a -ay filled in the of CIlLoun & I
public generally. and furni. likewise by the weighers of culum ii. the of ClluDtl.lI
S and the defendant and all interested city :Giilaining about 7UO acres, of rich oak and hicku-
are : in and usrful for all
p"r.HII tureof rnide in appcaiance purposesof of murder and whoui the iemtcIihad nU
every description, a fashionable Nw'ork, and have been examined Ly the In- upon
required to appear, and plead to the declaration mastication. If do nol give perfect satin- ry land ; with CO or 70 acrrs in cultivation ; and LiIsaSkIUtjail
kubetantidl and they been ed, has made
manner, on reasonable and of unid :*
and and
terms, mlseLtorofscalei weights city pa
filed in rid PurE: & TOXE.Dec. :. for the preYed another in Hamilton cc unty, about ten mile from
FGil faction be charged operation.
he strict attention lo business nothing Price of [ and is now at large
hopes by to merit correct. weighing, 10 cents bale. ; "
G.J 1840. 22 3m per the! Suwannec Springs, nbou. 2000 J
\ CLEANliD.&c. kc. containing
AI-I.forPI'fr. uflhe know That Robert Eapa U'F.
and receive a liberal share patronage sf the D. M. SHEFFIELD.Weigher of Cotton. Now. yet I,
Jefferson D. intends lo make his home iu Tallahsmcc acres, a small part in cultivation with farm ..uscs
Count CourtEtirx / D. of IIiIU&IflI1 I
S public. Ta Ilah.I'S ce. D :t. 12.). f Goveruor of Florida by virtue
and ho warrants all his Denial Operations &.C. This land i i.c of superior qualify: fur t. cul- .
Barroulon expressly rwarfiH
p. \ Attachment for 233 CO JACOB BLESS. S me vested by law,dc hereby offer -I
KIRK JAN AIJERN TI1Y & JlAN .\. ture of sea illlo&ndotl.
i. l. V Damages $500 Iclrna- N. B. kinds furniture repaired on reasonnbo to give present Dud permanent eafufudion. ; n. Hundred Doll. for the awrth *JIMI
Samuel 1 W.IJarronlon. )bio to March Te 11511.ALL Al. Ladies waited on at their dwellings, oral D COulIlIlsslonlUerchants Also a tract of 400 acres, at thj natural bridgeon fugitive and his safe delivery lit aBt 1 '

,persons concerned will take notice of the Tallahassee! fel) '711,. 1833-tf D.'. residei at ltl In.Chsindlcr' New Orleans. the St. Marks, about 11 I miles t-oulii cast offal jailor or other officer of the T "itGrJ.cJ1eri 'I. (F
j I I" & of tho above mil by HEADACHE{ Examination and advice eratis. 1'J ort 17 Refer R.K. Ca.l, and IKnry Bond. Ihabll'e; ha.lfor this tract is a rich alluvial toui- authorized to take charge of hilD.:1. I
: ntnchnent. it there !j also fine mill 1'
SICK NEIVOUS. a scat with
Jnn. 17 ldJ3. 24lf upon ,
urn! the defoliant and all persons inierei-tc'l arc The extraordinary ') lr. FORTY DOLLARS REWARD ._: __ water than any mMidd.'c Floriiu.! greater WiCiam Paswmore is about six feel' 1It.nlpluiun

; required to Dl'ra un.l plra'l% to thdi-claration remedy for this digressing complaint il every day, be givrn fur apprehending Negroes STAGE LINE These power lands will bo sold ai moderate ': au(. has been ic1ed.t1I. *
j filed in taid POPE & ONEttt'y WILL that I them lrices.31a1 in his ,hidl JDICb !'
gaining, is certainly muter of much astonish and CLAIIA bo get swelling right leg,
1 reasonable credits and if desirable
Ga. ths
Columbus to
From Fla. purcU.
: / for 1'lailtif. )nt. That so much Buffering should have exist again,or $20.00 for either. Isaac ran away from Apalachicola, than the other.
S -".ir i N h hid Four Horse Post Coaches. can have Union Bank tock upon a part ofltcpurclrase. rtfitoiy. .at(*M
._ m cd for ages without any discovery or any medicinal my house about the last of October ; and on, ; W BADEN Given under my hand, aj.d

In ttieJutlce&' C preventive or cure, i is,truly a subjccLpf much when he left, a pair of blue I.ruocchth panlaloons, De 2d this loth. Dec.,1e4l,1ti5bs
County.-efcz-- regret ; but Dr. S. now assures the public that and a coarse lineey wootsy jacket; is about 5 feel 21John of Tallaluiwce.! :
S f WiI3q.lrman ) NovcmbiT Term, such a remedy has been invonteil .' will convince 8 or y incite high ; .pcuk quick when cpoken to ; C. Jaeobi, ROBEtTRAYM O"n
> 1840. the most credulous. The principles upon which it very much bow-legged ; about 49 or 50 years old. Measurer and Inspector of Lumber for the By the Governor,

MJurwcIl M'Brido. ) Altach-iiPnt fir $:>o 00. acts are simple and plain. Il is an admitted fact Clara, his wife, left my house about three weeks Via Florence, Fort Gaines, Blakely Porter'sand County of Leon, J. 1\1'C ANTS Secretary of FloridL

r pnlllJ defendant and all 1 others interested, will that this complaint, whether called S>ck l1odch. before ; is of a dark complexion ; low stature Brown's Femes, Ga., and Iricinton, services to those who may please dec 26. 18 -S

I J i take notice ouihie instil ui ion of the above or Nervous Headache, arises primarily from liie; has the appearance ol being crippledvhen; she Ala. OFFER8ltis him. Charges moderala.Tallahassee. NOTICE.

by attachment, and '.vil appear and pleadflierclo stomach-those who think. they have the Nervous walks ; and when she Van off,'had on a gr.cn bom- 30 HOURS Stage travel from Colum March 14, 1810. 33 or taken from i the store 0 lilt.tt

11 I the office of Justice Budd at Monti- Headache may rest assured that this. organ the bezeL dre*. From IliM'tlit tlC, made some lime ONLY .lu New Orleans, in splendid! Coaches t Lauds for Sale. LOST & LTMIS,sundry cello ; aId returnable the third Saturday of No. Momicli. is the first cavfcc, that the sy.tem has become back, lain appnhcnsive $they are making their MASTER'S CERTlFICATESaaoM ;
;; n a level and beautiful road along the banks ol to previous notice, the Apala.
vcmbcr 1810. vitiated or debilitate), the back North Carolina. PURSUANT r
throu:1 Itomacl, way to to about$3000. OneoftbsUlmade
he Chattah-oehee River. / Company now ofl"nr fur sale and
and that only through the Dec. 12 20 If. It. II. CROWELL.: '
lmc they the to Kennedy Rouse; P :
WILL.GOnlIAN. cu\nuc DAYS OF DEPARTURE- entry following Pine Lands in Leon County.In payable
a rLBtoration of the
Nov.-21. 1 1610. '" .7 ilT._ expect functiojs of the This healthy .a NOTICE.BY From Columbus on Tuesdays and Fridays, Town 2 South-Range I East sections 7, 16, nina Ali ; and the rest are made?.*. _

..atce's Court.Frederick remedy is syntcm. object, Dr. Splon'l virtue of a. order of tho Hon. A. Balch 6 o'clock. A. M. .. 18, 19.23, 25,26,34.35, 36-and fractions unsoldin firm of Spongier If LlmaD,Ta **_ _

.! S U( } trulii of this cmincutly cabaLled be lu atain. Judge of the Superior Court of the Middle FromChattahoochee, on the same daysand same sections 5. 6, U, 9, 10, 14, 15,17 and 24. All persons are hereby warned aVJlug
In At ichm cannot controverted, and District of Florida, I shaH cxpum to sale at public time I In Town South the said certificates.DecS. .
5- 0 v > CI.t the sooftcr with after the arrival of the U. S. Mail Boat from 3 ,rang 1 East-sections 1, 2,4. ._
& S Joseph Learned. }I Dams. jcs .) convinced of.urcf it the fcooncr r:their headache sufferings become cnd auction, to lli
l f lllE defonden*. aid nil other ntcrcsted, arc in restoration of health "II. Sphon pledges: his 13h:: day of February next between legal hour, Persons desirous of going from Columbus, Ga. and 10. NEW FALLet WIN! BGO I
1 JL .hcreh! notified of the institution of HIP above thin fact. The at the tuuit-hojre in the city of Tallahassee, thuEa lo Now Orleans, will find this by far the cheap .l la Town 2 South, range 2 East-sections30 and ,
professional or. rceeivws
suit of nmetiuicnl! issued out of Justice Sibley'sCotirt bo had. at reputation remedy "l half of the North West quarter of setlionthir nnd mo.-l expeditious[ as well as the safest and 31, and fractious of 19, 29 and b2. nil[ H E subscribers are r.. j

on pio24lb November returnable on the may In oil acidity tle lhcapulhocaric t-ourncss of stomach, this reme. y> ne, in tuwnship two rungo three, North most comfortable way as it internccU the great In Town 3 South, range 2 Ea t-sections 6,7, FALL.JL from AND New WINTER York.aud GOOD!. c
third in December and arc I Ito arid 1 lisl-containing about eighty acres belonging Brunswick and Florida Line at Chatlahoothcr, and fractions of 5. C:, 18 and 29.
Saturday nex. requite dy is sovereign and invaluable .I general Jimily tj the CMUIO Benjamin i'iujilclury, deceased, Bagging, Rope,Prime Negro ClOth.
appear and plead the I ) making a travel ofJut 30 hours by stages through In Town I South, range 1 AVesl-sections 29SO :
,intdicine, it is now adopted by many of the there rum with a 1
S and to be old subject to the widow's dower the 31 Linens 4'c., together
FREDERICK HOCDcfc'l. feickenx wholo roulc. Time from Columbus to Mobile, 3t:33S4; and fractions of 19,20,27,28, 35 and GOOd
most respectable never use Dry 7
Nor. 25, 1840-3m ln | f.ritf. I on. PATRICK SMITH, 54 hours. 30. tuentnf Slaile! and Fancy t
stomach or pioduccs any unpleasant effects Jan 9, UU 24 Cl Administrator.NOTICI general assortment of Boors indescriptions.
of For I the Proprietors, Tho whole! ofTown 2 South, range 1 West, eiccpi -
pbynic. E.BR00j
-. ,"Ia the Superior Court, lttJ Tallahassee 3
of Florida. : i UUINCr my ibocnco from l Florida. Barton C. Chutlanoochcc. January 20, 1840. 27 tf At 91.25 to $1.50 per acre in current bills of the 5-- oct -j -
L (lit CIIANCEBY.) Proprielor'and Inventor., D ,i'opc of Illunticcllo" is my agent and alloruey. Territory.-5 I 5--- NO1'ICE.'b: a

\ t1. Between Andrew G' Norwood A-) n For sale in Tallahatse, by t JOHN F. TUCKER.jinR Choidc! ami Chemicals.Genuine Drugs nod cultivation These Lands and superior offer advantages Timber.for pasture range T lIE BLE'PLAKTATION, 00 e .. I

and Ezekiel J. Moore 47 RANDOLPH & LEWIS.
X TarnbuU andS WAkD'S LONDON CALOMEL; Cash payments uill bo required for half sectionsand being t.1.e East half or the N. W.t. ?
Amusa Jnckjvn, partners in tade. un. op For Sale, Jjdo do Tartar Emetic smaller lion oaai JW1* I
l r.oerhlp. ; fractions of sections. All purchasers two township -two/raa P i j
: and' ,. IIANDSOMK! !: LIC11T BAROUCHE with
dsr the nam.style roufjackkon Creditors ubscribr AA
THE.* bae thi.oy catered into horses io! do Antimonial Powder ; over thieve may be made on tho u"ual terms of theCompany the'Wnt Half of the N. W.4illuW.
t. fur Iwo by
for tbenuclvea and harnbKMComplet
Ctler BillS feudal coniini ,ion and forwarding do do Blue Pill Nor& '
I Mus ; ;tint i in, 1.4th ii cash,aDd 1,2 an .3yeari> township two. range one,
who may come in and contribu;". I Filed M merchants, under the style, of McNuueht Port Leon. Feb.U._ WM. N'NAUGIIT.- -- ellcti.'r' Sulphalo Quinine; for payment of the other 3-4ths. the,Cast half of the N.E. quart4 ..'

; Complainants : and John B Kcn. &J I Ft..1840. 1"1'11 S WM. MrNAUGU1' It. eJ. IlIiltNARD'Sf r do do -Morphine ; Lands iu G add Jen and Leon,snilabln exclusively township two "range one Nor$ '

S Mary Center administratrix of William J"IS I. Remedy for Hysentery, Diarrhaa, Summer do Acctato do ; for cultivation, will also bo sold as uuah,on application known as the 'Fuller or Bcmbf

Center lately deuc Defendant Port Lon, Jan 20, 180 Complaint, Colics, Cramps and Spasms. do Iodine; to John Caruochan q. at Apat.ichicohi.or! There U about 160 acres of opt )

-., ITT arpairCto; the Court by affidavit, that the! all tho above complaints, this Medicine has Ilonty'mt I ondonCalcined Magnesia; the Subscriber; and settlers ill bo preferred to the fertility of soil, ate may' be ..

: JL one of aaid defendants aboveuainedresidcs Gosteiiliofcr & Davjcs, IN proved a certain remedy'both to children and Moxon's Aperient Magnesia; purchase of their settlements; provided they make I bent lauds in the Territory. 'ThU ". '

beyond the jurisdiction of this 'COMMISSION S MERCIIA adults. Numerous tCli.mOttkb''are. given of its Balsam of Collsfool for coughs their arrangements witbin a suitable time. in a few yard of the great t AraK* ,

;'. Court, to wi i i.Xlxe state of lien York It is con. MEW ORLEANS. efficacy which may seen'w'licre the Medicine is Rorho's Embrocation for whooping-cough ; Former purchasers from time Company who are pasturagu cannot be surpassed in tb**"v-"

":': siderei tbtJkthesaid ,* Alary REFERENCES Bond,Esq, sold. Prepared: by Rdbort S. Bern-.rd, Norfolk,Vs. Martin's Liquorico: Paste, fur couglm ; iiuarrears with their payment*, aro respectfully re. ia also a new well convenient totio fI"

:; .S CenteradministratrU'of William Center, lately Mtll., lichen &FUbrr, For sale in Tailahasserbjr S Potifcfrac d3 do do ; quested to settle! with the Subscriber. .r with Mr. plenty of oxecUut watarn ., -, '

f deceased,U tpp* r and answer a'ai complainants ." Kerr& Kirbe, sep ft .itAyDOLPIl & LEWIS. Jujube Paste d'> ; Carnochan during the season. Thu iiurchaaor eau bays from ,**Jcnce. --.t

biilocotpWat wilbln,foor ait] frm 'l'allahiamsee.Meur. -5--- 5 Forty DoUa5'skewnrd. s. Henry's Aromatic Vinegar ; J. B. BROWN, ? There ia pow growing aVon .CJ I
''. of tiMlslpabUcstioafof this ordetXEeMfisc nid killwillUukeibftvem'me. .. Molyntui, Wiibcrby 4- Coo. Liverpo 5 With a general' assortment of PATENT MEDICINES Agent Apalaclncola Land Company. .the firm, .'
AWAY from Jlie ubcriber, !
55 ( / It 1 renr : .MaTch 2 1 1S40. 33_ly RAH MULATTO iealdiocn and GENUINE CHEMICALS,-for.sale Office at Mr. E.Barnard', Tallahassee.jan naitableRICUA .C V
orlree lson countv likely
S S that this order b published: in one -5- ,:a very at the Drue and Chemical Store of 4 22Dissolution :July 4.40.1 S ::49: 94.- ., c't'
,, n''pa- NOTICE. ; GIRLnaa Francn, aged about 18 ; a.rtwhenquoslieoed .
pert print siossIdoaol or( pablmhed w.ekfuifumurrnonthg.at Tallahassee Iii toDMiC S. TRAYED' or ,tol nr from the subscriber at that he' belongs Mr.; Fiay fibt TllaiBMeeJan2., !S-I- 24 in R 'L.BAKER Berry's ,Row. Copartnership.. ;; S.S* NOTICE; ".j "f;

this 31st day of-Dooemb a 1840.ALFRED S the bvoM cf JoKp A4 JboD, I H I miles N.v. bMi tJeCD for some tinH ,Jn' the,peif hbojUocd ofTslIsh3uec ., THE Copartnership heretofore existing under THE Subscriber 4thOUsOt 1
Da1 'p, and 'ii5soppscdyet to be out ttessmo.ptace f name and style of BKOWH & GAUKIITB *UtM _nd.ZjegiMieose
ahMCXt.airlfnlWrel! wild ,. Notice, >- S } '
'S .fACH, Judge &c. In hbfc r..i.w.; and a siddl..pwit ,' ; Thtf above rf Ward will bo paid for herapprebension .5 I s E4at.oioaiah- in the Tanning and Cnrryiog Bu incsis this dale. Ealata'( d BU 4&ook XM",c"._ .
L indebted Ihe .
i .. ,. "f CD'bi persons dissolved mutual consent. S t&) ._. .
u..f. I S'a .; back. A'nvlthrmttlotaornd! ." arid all. rtfrfsdnable fiptns t, if de.livertd by .Co ut1'ithd "D .
: will
R. ,G. WELLOe vf hO dot, b 'to'A, E.-Hirria al T.Alltbaasaro, or to. r darvla,late of Leon.cocat.1,deeaaacd, are The Losi\e. will hereafter be carried on IB the Terma '...I1.q.ds'kaon'tap41.: ,. _
'ld Person ,, bl requeaUd 'maD Immediate, tot '
ftlaU1'ak.'tn rtJJ 'tloblef ia : 7._ E.:J. AJ8. tot payment. name of JOHN D. GALBRAITH who b 'au- Maats. 'Ehoapsea to Uanr "Tab
t Till- 1'I
1 .eo-e EdII y MrivedIip. ." / .i. B..J( iJshd ntgrc*. W hH-- by' ;r.bwrib ri aa L all Iboae haviof. damandi Ihorued to aottle the affaire of the late concern the SaIbotItYifliaud.Jff.. _

-U '\il,tll.pot .. i4ehallbo;'S -, duly' rewardedMASON,'W... WILLIAMS. white man, tho extra atuntf 940 wiU be ffiren for- wilt preasot, them, prupcriy anlhtirticaUd, for actUftAfnL '. ShTHOMASBaOWN,. ;,}' '. ... .".,J"J'.t$1l-"._y.

S. .I. 1} S : the detection and prosecution of ibe ofienr"Hick'itowtt I \t. U..AItCUER. .Dee 19, 18&0 21 J. D. OALBHAJTH ,AU"I;ii'it 1f.to""t Jf. .
;; And I bhsd.cIsioh. St'I 4 r.f Dcot l840 f Madison co., aug IS. 'S .I\t.-. I {.ff!,. tI,1810.I I IX 3m 'A.im'r. dn51t. .. '4tt

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