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: April 10, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060561
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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ESTABLISHMENT. I' thit month, will be sent to the General Pest Of. \ I aaUI U meccaeafr_the eallafacllon of aaid Norh with thi olio wing their prying eyes. -a.wi ol.lt .
dead letters. CarolintAUtfstdiijl Jba oaoualsd hr aa4 paid : -
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inbi criber has juU received a n.4tC-1l: A. over by.Ui. ;vgta| c Ts.tmauo t the United I doe lw nJe wgoci TMtibWamont .
THE Stmfl.nsuT' I had theaColdeabad.mettofia.ven"toworship"eon f .
of Books, AodrewsMrs., ?Mary Anderson. Walker Slalea UTtBe in nih oTJaevafj .-MuIy.] too, 't". 'j

iontting of- BBlakeMi earth. Archangel 9 i' I

BLANKI1O IJ..I" (Pvauo-NoT.j Bade their Jfto*ih*21.
DayBouli Bakh, Judge Alfred 4 nOfm' 'br glittering .MN.r.

Medium, Dr.mi and C&pL04 Ricii11. 'n-inf Boob' Bowea, IMAC Bockner John B. SBembry AN AC make farther "Y.0'the ezp bn. in diant bt sped i peace ,"A E.a .
I Book. exploration The for tbs lam tstreare
"fOrce : Bill B.on-p&yable an Baldwin J. M. Krnnea.bDrlan e. prl ful Whig party

Bank BonII..llote BOOkP Boon.&Ac. \1.J. Wm. C. B man, Miss ElizabethBrockenboroojh the northeastern boundary line of th Unite gr&joinlr. .An an<o.len have been parucaUriy disgusted:with the *p.

,,c.ivabie,MesAorU4Un SCHOOL BOOKS; Banks, Spencer W H. 2Bniner States which separates ll Stae of ald for pointroent of members cfCissgrsaioocs.Nothing .
Smith'sArithietiC Ba'kervilk, John A. Ret. New Hampshire from Province ship here below. Man, pure and just-
A. C. I
.leri" NIIS..IIO,6. basso sheeksd'thetrram!
AnteU" School' Cawc Grammar' Woodbrad. Gf'ogra' Blake! Isham Bailey. Nathan L.wsoflhi Unittd State poised a! tke teemd '11. I Be i v tettd by tht &n/s cnrf //..of RtprtMnttaifet li princes," and mighty .pewers" birds, I II I perhaps
and ion tke th. brasioo of
Willard' Geor raphy and Aths, BadwmnCo! !! Branch,Nicholas N. of Tunlyjixth Congrtu. of /JU United Stue / Aa S C.iegressaj&Ucd and creeping things--all that the hand pant patriotism as popatar
t phy and %Valkets DItloaarr Bailey, Nathan That tbe sum of aefeuly-five Ihusa.id I b. I'[sovereignty, by cooTtrting Cbogra*' into a
and Attas, Brogg M. .
by 2 had made in earth, or sea, or
Georsp sky
0mev' ,
\ PulI.rco. duillars| .
[ 4. in addition l the lerelofore
] sum provided,
Echd.D.y"5.4tgbra I Va1py' Barry, John R. Brown Col Robert conclave of place.buaiers occupied the
sjf.ir's Jacob's Greek Col. Wm. AN ACT ,lo authorise ihj issuing of Treasury : be, and the same is hereby, appropriated, out of i were summoned here to witne man's first
Grsrnmar. imlplkit
Jacob' G.eek Bailey Byrd, Mi-a Mary A. 'I while,with Preadent naking,or yielding
Grammar notes. any in the not otherwise: of in God's first law.
Adam's l,tiii Grammar.National Hl, Brarman. Mrs.Cloracy money Treasury appro, act fealty keeping dicta
Reader. Book. Be it enacted ky tke Stte and Haute of RqwumI pnated, to enable the of the United obedience to Executive
Spellinr) Book, Copy CCarrltn t pl.nt Hour after hour rolled on, and still the
BoOk, Elementary I taunt' $ the United StilE ir. Stales mad nd This all well '.while the Whig
of Aminca. lo be was
of Congrtii cause lo completed an very
Brok. A* Ire- E.
Pencil Cjpheriwr : Clarke. James >. B. voice of and the ofsong
Slats', STATIONARY : Coleman. Ed. D. 2 Carpenter. Richard B. aitembltd, Thai the President of the United Males (.ration and survey of lhat part of the u.1 praise ascnde gush were seeking power. .They bare got it, and
! host
is that
Badson'Ii Bellert, Ames' and Hubbard't best Craig, Wm. P. 5 Craig( Dr. John .\. 3 hereby aulhorised to cause Treasury n ties to be ceo bound.r1line of the UoilcJ Stales and broke from te t what do we Dow find f '
Issued 'lor such a sum or sums as the of which the Stales ofMtie knelt in humble there till the
etigencies ; sun
Envelope Dra"i adjacent country "rartl. worship
Writing and Letter Paper ; rand CarrawiT, II. B. Choice Rev. Wm.Chsvoit the a I tot II is staled on pretty good authority,
Wrapping P.per: Folio PasU Commercial Crump, John R. 2 Jacob Government nuy require ; blot not exceeding I and New Hampshire from the British provincai. rested his chariot on the western hill, theM ,
'r the sum of five millions of dollars of this that nineteenaweatieths; the present t mem. .
and Packet Post Paper and every other de- Collinzham, Miss El &. Croom Richard emu- still small voice" the Eternal King bade
104 HOP, ouUtanaing at ooe lime, lo be reimbursed hers of candidates for
any Congress are public
.of Blank Papers Majnard k Noyes', Cook, John Croom, Brjau 4 the last he had made Stand
I1 : in the last of the if No. 8. ; two creatures t
quarter /ear the condition [PcBLic- ] sWan the and
53kd iXRww & Kcnl'g BLack Inks Steven's Crump Mrs. Harriet Crotnarlie, Alexander employment They are spot,
em in piDta anJ! quarts: Walkden't andIl'1t' D 1: of the Treasury will pt rm-l: it, aid to be issued un AN ACT to confirm Ic, time Slate of Indiana the forth a most favorable position fer"-rantual

Blot .Ink Red Ink ; Gtnnan Copying Ink ; Sand Duval Wm. P. SPaitiels Dewey Ioel der the limitations and other provision., contained land selected by her for that portion of the W-i- Ob it would need an angel's pen to p.int occupy Mr. A.want office Mr.
certifying. a
Pounce aad D.men'&trl. in the act, entitled: An act to anthorisa the in. bash and Canal which lies betwe-n the how auful and the post
.lnbl.nd.'aCer cupe. pounce Abram Sarah C. Ee grandly sublim scene
bole suing of Trea ury notes," approved the twelfth mouth of river and Terre Haute, B. an auorneyshtp, and Mr. C. a. lucrative
Black Ssnd, Wafers of all
File Prews. co- Durrence, Lieut. F. M t. Dupont. AugustusDowninglIon.C. Tlpfcnor that made our parents one They I laid not
4 day of October thousand and for olher in their
one eight hundred andI place the customs ; and they club
', S.alinrax : Prince Albert Vie- II. .apol
ION Ind su DeBell.Wm. .tJ' eveD. and as modified by the an, entitled Re it enjiritd IJ the aid Iowa of Repretcntatiett down their offering on an alter built by man,
aDd| Cornilmonteel Pen; Letter Stamp*, Doten. Prince Dickiaon, Miss Eliza A Smae influence with the various departments to secure -
tori' An act adddilional the the ; United America in Con- but the footstool the Throne itself! No
India Rubber ; act o* *subject of ef the tattt if :
knives, &c.
.c.AUo o
Desh the honor-tor
DUasway, Wm. P. positions
profit or
Li reDknife's Treasury notes" aprove.l I Die thirty.bol d.yof ire,,&,-1.4 Thai Ibsr* Iss.and tber h.r.by i i., temple reared its sculptural roof above them,
E March the land which they are the cringing applicant We ,. '
one thousand eight hundred and Stale of Indiana
Bills Ladinp, Notes of hand. Fi.r forty ex .le but the arch of Heaven's blue dome
Bill pper. C. H. tnlick.Jamei deep )
I.ptthat this law shall xpire in one year I"r..m ed by .her, under the provisions of the act of s yond fear that a scene bargaining and corrup.tiouisabouttoboactedatWasbingtonsuch.
Sand ff. Music Paper, Blo ltint Paper Pl.y.inl Evens T
> No
t r& was their ceiling butmn
\ and after it. of March hundred and
Press passage : Pronded, Thai in cae time one \hxsand eight gorgeous frend
Ritchie with
-t' Card,complete 1 patent Patrick F Freeman Oliver K. I Treasury notes outstanding and unredeemed, i if isf twenty seven, rntitle.An set to grant a certain stood round in wedding robes, but wid. as will find no parallel in the anaal of Jack.son's *

?iO spparttu Flyn, f sued under former laws of Congiess, added to U.e quality of Stale of Indiana, for the hosts of the clad in the royal livery
John French Cook omnipotent and Van Boron -
Farish, D. administration tbe
'I, amour.t of such notre issued of tim Slate canal le :
, under this act, and purpose aiding in opening a of !
' The Book Bindery Flit Sanil P. Fun la in. Peter I Heaen worm pronoun.
actually expended orisucd to inert payments due connect the waters .f tim" Wabash Whim those ot journals are lying quiet te avail themselves
E. A. and wife but the veice of him
) ]It a1./I continued where all kind of work can be FisherViii. Falker and payable before the four* day of Mar h nest,! Lake Ere fur thai >ortion of tt.e canal between ced them man of the first great blunder to which the urgen.

, done ascxpeditioufly as heretofore. Blank Work.Of Fernandez S. D. ,shall, on the l fourth: day of March nut,exceed the time mouth, of the Tipp.-ranoe river and Terre' whose gentlest whisper shakes the universe, cy of Congressional beggars exposes the incoming

)Of all description, made to order and ruled to any G sum of five millions .r( dollars, then the President I Haute, as returned said State to the Secretary, declared the two ONE ixssn !" and all his
James B.Geolsby b .
Gardner administration
A.1. ,
pattern suitable for Drmks. Public Offices. Mer. I I Irhmflts Gaston, RachelGriswoid I lof the United Stales shall be, and he is hereyaia. r of the Treasury. j armies answered, Yea, Amen !"
Gruber, Airs. Fleming U
and others. Deed. Rccord and Docket thonsed to is ue, by virtue of the provisions ol; Sec. 2. .ind be it further tldt That should did the the crimson We have ne objection to give membersof

:) Books, and all other Blank Book. can be obtained Elisha this act, inch further amount of tIme aid note 1It11 any of raid land.at the selectionand Gorgeously sun dra\W Congress their share ol the loaves and

sI at thort! notice ruled and bound !in any tljle re- & Patterson IIlIugbrll Howard Wm.llendrr I will make the whole amount issued underlies act,! location by the Sate, have ben subject haul curtains of his couch, 8!he flung himself tort fiehes it they are hungry and must be fed.-

I.) and "sr'\ntc nujed: ; I rill J.h.1. on, Frederick I appLcahlelo payments falling: due after time I'I'I pre-emplion, I legal incmnbnnce Four cabinet appointments ought to a good
ib oilier man lfaclur.. Particular atirnti.in paid) to >. I Kurd day of March next, the full sum of five mil. the Stale of Indiana Ihll be, and she hereby i i.. their evening parting hymn, they bade go
r H Xe >a.rrsMai! ., I am. Hill.! Henry B. Hoyt C.IIrrrinEJui.hua : : a ways towards satisfying l their ravenous appetites
ithmdin old <"> | | II. i 'lions of dollars. t aullioriHod to m-lecl, any lands subject lo private adieu this bright earth. did
F. I to Tranquilly
G.Haick.J'.lin Holdcn, Maj
F jililcl-, \Iu*'c U..k" .J-e- in pit. or ornamental$ i R. M. T. HUNTER, entry in said State, other lands in lieu of 1 but they promise only to whet and
). Kkhard W B. the first of its mellow beam
binding. or t. rattlM.allcriw. I I F. Hodgson.JacoblIanon. II I Speaker of the House of Rt\\,reentali\cs. much thereof as may be 1 incumbtred, and, upon star evening pour stimulate it.V e understand that of foxr

' Tile m'jscnber.'! thankful fr the patronage he I Holland, Dr. G. W. llurjjur, % I,I RH. M. JOHNS! N. relurn of a adescripli-'i of thc same to the ccreta- upon the violet bed of the two fair bing as members of Congress from this city, two are
2t1 hard 11a"ki.s. Anhom.yhays.
ban heretofore received, hopes by a slrrt attention I ( I.i Vice President of the United Slates, ry of the Treasury, lie same 'h"UI.r.< and hereby they lay folded to slumber in
MIM Eua! Am Hall, Miss Georgia A. candidates for office and a third would net
of the
i iahniiukine<-s.lo meet a continuance same. i and President of U.e t'nala.1 i i",Confirmed io the State ; PromJed,Thal no more

P. A. HAY WARD. I ITallahaMt'.Oct Hoods H.Hiiiluii Hughes, hue II I Approved Fcbruaiy. 15th, 1S4I. j land ."al be sclecled or hereby eoiifirme, l, than a arms.* C C C C C S C object to a foreign mission. We hope that

_.I; 3.18-10 10 WoodardJefferrrn. I M. VAN BUREN. j jLota quantity equal lo one half of five seen,>ns in width one of them least may be gratified. Of
i .
dt Lauds' -for Sale. I John IJ Jarobson John I I I on each iidl of said cna from the mouth of the Another evening came-there were thorns in the Iw.leadiag Conservatives from'this State,

to previous notir. the .\.pa1a.I J.1"111"0., Jnhn G.W. Li irie, Junes of tke United Statet patted at the second tetiiun I I Tippecanoe river re Hinltt.Adam's ,the pillow of Adam, and the flaming swordof it is understood thatMr., John C. Clark .

a PURSUANT of the Twenty tilth the cherubim flashed between Ins
I C 4mItllIanV" hOW ff T f r tale and I Join sto.i, Alfred C. Ccngrets.Poitic sleep. wants the consulship to Liverpool. This
the tl1oir.; Pine Land ill Leon fount K first Sabbath in Pardis. less his once Eden. The
.rid entry la Town 2 South-Rsrje I Ea.'t section. 7, 16. K lInrdTIolnJI [ -No 5 ] Sluwly did the hand of the Invisible rollback he and caressed love him and eoks well (or Conservative patriotism ; it is
unsold : P. AN ACT making appropriation for Ih* payment serpent stung ; almost equal- to that of the 'Vbs.'a .
nJ factions
18,19,23, 25. 26, 34 ii, 36- L the curtains of darkness that enveloped sin man's sole
and death
if sections 5. 6.8,9,10. U. la. l IT ;1I.d:2-1 Lee, Wm. LUelta2f', "Ir. A'n' i it 'I of revolutionary and oiher pensioners of Uic the earth One by one did the breath of ingratitude were We do not learn that any member of:

In Town 3 South,'ng. 1 1.t-'II"I1": I. 2.4. I Lu eln JohnC. Lavendir. HoU-rl{ W. I United States, fat the year n-j thousand eijhl the the of Hea. heritage _ _ Congress from New England is a candidatefor
rgrr hundred and star lamps
and f-rother
t, 5,8, I II. 12, 11, 14,15, 2}. 2J, 24, and frsctionsufU Lavenrer Littleton C. Laintr Augustus 11 I Be it enacted by forty-one the Senate and Haute of p-npum Reprettn- ven And the sun flung back the gorgeous TWO SCENES IN RICHMOND, (VA.) a pest office ; but we believe that Mr.

._1 .aDd 10. j jlu Levy, Da\id 4 L>nn, Jus.Laudrum. S. I a and Mr. Reed talked of
Tc\vn 2 South rmgc2 East-sections 30 and Ian ,James B. Satires of the United violet of .lme it* in Congress clouds that had vc his rising brow, Are thus described by a writer in one of Lincoln are both
d. of" 19, 29 mid 32. I. er, AuguMusLirely assembled Thai tie 'following sum b", and the le as the phrase is, for the collectership of Boa
31 and (factions and
:td Luke sprang up on his iery course, .as a the papers of that city. [They relate to the
In Town 3 South, ran:! 2 r-at-sections 6, 7, name are hereby appropriated/in addition lo former the ton. For the honor of Massachusetts we

a and tractions of 5, f>, 1H and 29. .McCants. J, soph 3 in Mimn, Duncan IlJ'pr. priatiuni. to be paid out of nny money in the. steed springeih to the bule-'hile of night in wh.cn Fanny ..Etsler recently ap. hope that neither of them will receive i it.
South 1 U>sl -sertionn; 29,30I Treasury not otherwise appropnated for the light of his countenance eye a
In Town I range pensioners in the Theatre of that and the
\ cCVI'an.Cbarl-s! D. city .
Miller. Mis. Lucrna E C ; The best of the joke however, t. witness
Jl,3i33;; 34 and fractions of 19, 20. 27, 28. 35 and Mist F. A.lcClintClck. of the United States for the year one fond mother, bamer tenderly upon the infant pare
1JcCrrnnllnIurrill I housand cigiil: hundred and fortyone.For veil. frst briefly describes that scene-] the acquiescence of the Whig newspapers
earth he the"hosts
) Mason W. W.
) 55.The whole of Town 2 S"nill. range 1 West ei- Mo' ... ReubinMcDon .Thos. R. Mt'Cllr..1y., Ssml B. I lhe rnoluton..y: pensioner under the act ed nnd bowed themselves- at the theref"approach I I She floated about like a fair but very, I in this state of things. They have not .
of the of
apt sections lj.26.3. and 36. Meredith James W. eighleenh March, one tliouod eitmt and her hither a word to say against it. The Courier ts as
:'d, Pati'l 2 hundred and of their Creator and their God. voluptuous spint cut lees
. .O acre in current bill of the I eighleex, three II ndrld and fourteen
At 8125 Jil
per ai, er. Capt. Win. McGu.re, A. tliounn i dol are ; and thither, swayed her body to and fo- I mum as an oyster. The Express thinks ef

,7,, jTerntory.Tl'fse Lands: offer advantages for pasture r.m ge Myers, O. A. I For I'symeni of invalid pensions, one hundredand I Standing beneath the branches of a spreading in a way which w s a caution to all inflammable .I blanks, paper and twine, and positively takes

1 cultivation and .upen Timber. h N Newton James si'veil thousand dollars ; tree, whose flower and fruit I young gentlemen, gray headed or not. the field favor of appointing member of
Neig > James pomegranate
ur! I .
I!. Cash payments will be required for li.sIfse'tion- O For pt-nsions to widows and orphans under the the breeze scattered promiscuously The lovely creatures who graced the scene, Congress! The C.iaaerdalaquinta at a for

.and tmaller fractions of st"Ctiona.11 purr h.c'-r. act of ltoe fourth of July, one thousand eight hnudred morning :. of honor with and tbinkt
Lieut. John and made all eigu post a pension,
irt over tliepc may be made on the qcualte'rm' <
14 / ; ill, 1-4tll in rash and 1.2 an<.3>ean< P thou .ind two hundred and foriy.onr dollars; His refulgent brow, unsullied by the touch of with their smile; tne vast crowd of men members Congress very clever fellows and
S. 2
, /orpamentuftIie other 3-4ihs. fonwe. Mrs. Nancy Pmd'elon, Benj. For fite years* pensions to .idow under lhe act or flashed back the first shouted and applauded with their whole very influential with the Departments. Erect
, Pell", Levi i C. 2 Powell Chsrlrs I LFallrrson. years bam
LandsinGad and Lron. unitiH,eicuivclv! l Alrxnndrr 2 PI'I l\lk. Dr. Howell of the seventh of July one Ihous.nd eihtllDllrlrrd I the rising sun from a polished might acd the beautiful dancing woman, the guns ef the Asteriean are spiked, and

fur cultivation, will a No be sold as usual,on appi.cttion and thirly-eight' one hundred and sixtyeighttiiuus.nd them extra flirt or two, which set the Star is under a cloud. The same ec.'
givi an
Forler, Rodney 2 Parkhurst Georgo three hundred and fourteen dulhrs joyous eye glanced for a moment on the palm g :
to John Caruorhan q. at ApalachicoU.or extends the of
*eI to Whig eYe
Jbe Subscriber; andeuleu ill be preferred lo the n: For half-pay, pensions payable through the offi t tree's stem ragged and dark-then rested on them of in a perfect agony delight, made quiesence press
r.Husse'l' Je.,eeRowley Robs Wm of the Second and Third her the curtain toe dear Fan. cry section. Almost every Whig member
t punhase of their tctllemenlt provided they make e* Auditor, five thou. its crown of blight green leaves, that in the i dropp '
Ja.. R.2Itand.ll.Thos rtus-ell. b for office and each member
'thfir irrai'mfnts" wahin a uiuble lime. 4itd dollars ; morning flashed like an orient : ny tapping her upon an applicant
who 2 Ron"-y. 'JamesReddi.h. For ar.e&ragefl" payable through the Second ..mU.dmtors ray gem to muzzle the of his own dis.iricu .
Formrr 'ininhaserk from the Company arr.in Mr.Roney then over shrub and beauteous the shoulder, said, tel dere is one thoSmi manages press
Ryan Michael N. ofD>'e, six huu red dollars fragrant fow-I
arrears ith their payment, arc respectfully re. ; '
Robinson. Mr Miss ElizabethS I until it settled down the form i dollars almost-now let us go. But the au.
? Mary For
the Subscriber with Mr. arr.-arages, payable through tile Third Au er, upon
,ufitfd to .rWe witn Ar I k does not the the
Ctrnocliau during the season. S .Iitor's office, One thousand dullats.SEC. light serpent nestling at his feet. Their glan.ces dience said no, and they shouted and scream. Why Intelligencer or

J. B. BIlOWA :. !' JamrScolt. Spralt,T.'oniduV.. .2. .ittd be it fsrthrenactedThat one lion- met- stooped and laid his ed, and thumpe for her to come out and"At Madisonian tell the truth on th subject TAre -

ire nt Apalachicola Land Company. Wm. .B. Spedd n, 't'aj.' Fdward dred thousand dolara.: a'id the same is hereby. ap. .dum crest smooth moment, in an obscure hovel, open : they delicaU in regard to the public

Office at Mr. E. Barnard's,Tallahassei.japf 'Saul-bury Henry iStrohctkcr Spanplcr & Lyman propriated, lo be expended 'under the direction of han-gently upon princely ; in to the cold, biting winds printing I Is there to be this marked differ
Dr. E. L. isiniiliwick, Luke iii. Secretary of \\ ar, for the removal,mibsislancr, its scales of crimson, green and many parts

22______ Jcott, lohn 2 Strickland! John D. and btiiebl of such of the Seminole Indian chiefs sold; folded its btilliant wiugs and closed i its without fire, alone sat a poor woman, holdingto once, at the outset, between Whig in place, .

.sd A PROCLAMATION, parkman, Henry jiid warriois as may %urren'!'er for emi ralion. :eyes then like infant wearied with its her chilled bosom her sick and dying babe, and Whigs out of place T .

By Robert Raymond Reid, Governor oj the T Sac. 3. And be it fllrtMrlacted,That no rifles,I toy, he-turned to a playing with the lion's mane while UPOI; a rude pallet of straw lay two The Winos have held General Jackson

Territory of Florida. I Tomsjim M" Vilona Tavlor, John or arms of any kind, shall be devliveied losaid In. i His bo- shivering little creatures, her children, too. to a strict account fer his doctrines en this
Wm. L. Turner Reuben diana until reach the aDd sleeping leopards spots. eyes
Thompson they of the
weslein boundary i avowed in hb letter to the
It is made known to methat Simon I Her he with witching, her cheek Legal
WHEREAS. Tbi- rs. Wm S. Turkcr. Hcsrkiah Stale of Arkansas. !held the beautiful of earth His ears drankin eye wa- ivy

r$ who stand ridxtcd for In* murderof Taj lor, Wm. \'. 3 Taylor, Isaac I IIPtiILIcNo. the harmony of nature, till his heart could sunken with hunger and suffering her heart ture of Tennessee, on tbe occasion of his

. Hugh Knse, in the coua'v of Leon, in Jan. Tradewe!!, Dr. Wm Thomat G. 6.] I filled with the gall and bitterness of life. being nominated to the Presidency. They
hold ind his poured
. UI r! lait t, has lefi the Territo-v of Florid, and is : no longer, : moving lips ver
J' AN ACT to amend entit'ed! An act U have pretended to those d.ctrinea-
an act, approve
Still how how ,
now at ltr from 'utlice, for forth of wild, truly, truly
0 ,e, a fugitive hiving Vickerijohn L. a gush joyous melody deep ann'er'lh.theart
I'anghl, Wm. K. authorise the Slate of Tennessee lo issue grantsand I the of and surely they deserve to be written in let.
2 riLed the wh.1Jco: was hound to chords to pang a mher'
recognizance by and as string' sweptby lve. a
'V perfect titles to certain land therein d. thrilling a
. a $;ppear m our Jut April Term of the Leon Supe. \'. Ja.. D F 2 White Nathaniel fccnbcd and settle I har gazed into the innocent face of dying babe; ters of gold on the front of the Capitol :-
>odf to the clii'iis lo time acaut an Angers bad.
nor Court; 2 \'il"OI, Tolinr how fast flowed the tear from which I would impose a provision, said General .
Wilder Loll and unappropriated lanes within the same passed Lured by the winning music .f his voice, eyes
* Now, know v'. that I, Robert Raymond Reid. \%ii'ja' ms, JephlhahWall Wirt. Pabnpy the eighteenth day of April one thvusaud of the had known !little but sorrow and weeping I Jackson xsnDKIXXO AHT Mainra or Coir.CKXSS .'
fair the
hand boughs
Governor Florida, by virtue of the authority in Tho parted twining
-I Masitr Lawrence Walls eight hundicd anJ six.. I I KHCUGIBUi TO OFTICK TOTDVX TRX ,
I .mil vetted b? law. do hereby otTer a reward ot two V.'alki-r. Aaron %Vhidden. G. Be it enacted by the Senate and Home of Repre. myrte. and a light form sprang timid to his through many weary daysoW dee and I GEMUUI GOYXKWXXT, DURING THE

icli hundred dollars for the apprehension of the said Walker M .j. ihe He this fervent was the prayer came up frm
Wood, Jew ph B. .t.J1latifiU. of United Slain of America, in Congret and gazed OH strange ;
, fofttive, and his sfo delivery to any jailor or WarJ, M George T 7Wyman Wr.lisJ: >sMeH.Whitfirld. auemblod, 'n.atthe blalu of 1 eiinesee, br, visitor. stopp angel, fir it was to fair the very fountain of privation and grief.- TERM FOR WHICH HE WAS ELECT.. .
r other officer of the Territory authorized to take Gn.Gere.I. I ED AND FOR TWO YEARS THEREAFTER 1
Joliaus and hereby constituted the agent of the Government for it had no wings- There was no heart near to sympathize no
hare of him. G. SEARCY. P. M. of the Uni-ed Sates with full and .-nor an archangel, in case of judicial office o'j
. power kind hand tonidno{ soft voice to soo the thephysician's except ;
The sid Simon is about 5 feet 8 inches cherub for it no sparkling crown-
Taylor nor wore -
Officers take Notice."ITpE authority sell! and dispose of the vacant, unaj and these 1 would neepI'fer the reason
Ja.fh; ;dark complexion ; black eyes ; brown hair; for ar8 ever veiled, and healing art, charty'. angel arm, .
4 il enabled by lheGo ernor and Le .Ulali'eJt5 propriated, and refute lands within the limits of nor seraphim they that vacancies in this not of
department are
Iteop.aboultJered; sUw-spoken ; is a Physician by Council of the Territory of Florida, Thai II- said bute, lying south and west of the line commonly this was not, save by its purity. The form came Dot to soften the dying moments of her
prufewion ; and is supposed to be in the neigh : herelofera heeD commi". called the line and as life flickered and in frequent occurrence,and because no barrier
auctioneer whe has CongiesMonal Ueservaliori human divinely so- its brow p'or
was bb
yet upon Wa\'e
borbood Carolina. any
3 of Columbia, Soutn .slimed shall fai lo pay into the TraMiry of ihe and descibed m the act to which this is AC amend. there his the radiance of its and the sobs of the moth r snd.I should be interposed in selecting to the
Given rider hand, and the seal of the Ter. as on own, ur
my the amount due by him, on or before the merit; subject, neverthelesslo to the following con. dwel Bench, men of the first talent and integrity. :
of December Territory dissolved I ed in that solitary room, in the *>f \
[JLI.] ritory. thirty.first day lit day of August next his commission of offi-f diti.ns and limiutioim, lo wit: had an eye whose glance a agony This was Gen. Jackson's rale. His
A. D. 1840 and ftanull- Firslx-JThe his soul within its liquid depths-a !her grief she exclaimed, 4 a few pence had
of Tennessee
shatl operation of law, be vacated Male shall satisfy all IiI
.. RAYMOND REID ,by reasons for it we give hereafter forth
aOBERT saved thee to the may f
ed. legal and bona fide claims of North Carolina upon : whose sigh was dourer than the breath me, my sweet bb'-a '

; By the Governor Florida.Gor. of Fla. Be it further enacted. That if any auctioneer,, said land, by making provision, by law, th..t the i fans the Throne-a voice whose words were sleepers on the pallet of straw in subject is one of too much interest to be .

J. M'CAKTS SecreUrj fail lo make 'holders of land warrants under the of lightly dropped. To this we bold the Whigs. ",
Ja,1841 24 who shall hereafter authority : richer than the incens -laden wind, and Lke their uneasy slumber : 'Mother, dear rnuiher,
his returns and payments lo the Auditor and.Treasurer the State of North Carolina, m.ylocate the same would give ma some bread'-as the keen wind came : During his recent visit le this city, Mr. Clay !.
he heard eventide-he
1 al the limr, an-1 In the upon the 'lands not previously located tones at ,
A PUOCLAITIAIIOX, o' the Terrilory. upon or congratulated his friends most emphatically

,By Robert Raymond Reid Governor of the manner prescribed b,, law, the auctioneer so ruling l- claimed as occupant pre-emption,within one year not, could not, dared. not disobeyHe through the crevices, and she clasped the on the prospects that an administration was

Flori 14.WHEREAS. fir ueglerting shall in addition to the pawl andpen.lti. Irom thu lime lhat the State of Tennessee shall led her forth beneath the lime trees dying child t her bosom ; at that moment a
Territory of law forthwith, forfeit hu inuke provision for carrying lhi act into etTect '. with coming into power, that would carry out the
prescribed by ; shade and through the citron He dancing woman a stranger,
It is made known to me thai groves.
Provided, that no commission -,, and in default of such location within the said doctrines which its members had professed
commission as : I of thousands nod her ingots of gold and sil.
who was confined in the twined the and the and ,
olf bough
: ,
thus occurring, shall issue (trim, of cue ,tile said warrants be satis. myrtle orange the and fulfil
to fill a vacancy year may during candidacy ; the pledges
af murder the made hot last bow and took
under ,
Jail charge n
AVy up ver, graceful
. wreathed them with the thornless that
until th/ee months after the time prescribed bylaw fied by the payment of and a half rents rose th
IwcV per which it bad made to the
the of Leon. had people.
- iQd prHorn.. county which hers for few .
-.4. ; ,for the making of lhe return.Approved 14th acre for time number acres con ained in each only in paradise, to deck her brow ; he princely sum was a moments'
tide %tiii escape from said jail and u DOW atJrtl grew We hope it is so. We believe it is so.
warranttu be of the lab
of Fch. 1840. pad out proceed of lhe sale plucked the richest clusters of the and pleasant r.
I ;- Be it further enacted. That in all cases, Mrhere a of said land : Provided, The holders shall present grape "As the spectators their last shout, But we know that General Harriaen,and his .
A'w, know That I,Robert Raymond Reid. laid them at her feet ; he wiped the down gave
ye default has been made by any revenue officer. it such warrant to the aulhunlies for the Constitutional advisers, will have need of all
Governor of Florida virtue of the authority in pr..pr pay. ihe babe's innocent spirit winged its flight to
by from the fair cheek of the nectarine released
shall be the of the Treasurer, sixty diysafersuch ment of the same two from the ;
duty wllln years action their firmness, and all their integrity and all
JM veiled c-ffer rtward of Two Heaven and the mother gazed in ,
bj hereby defaulimade! to issue his warrant in the na- of tbe Legislature' of the State of Tennessee the golden plantain from its. rind, and broughtthe despair upon i
Hundred Dollars for the apprehension of the aaidlratie. all that remained to her if the little their patriotism to resist the disgraceful n.
lure of execution againslthe defaulter and thl hcrbon : And provided, furthtnure, That if the luscious fig, that she might eat. No wine prattler
and his safe to jailor or olh for office and its,
de'iy.-r any securities on hi* bond for the full amount ot! said warrants, not be satisfied, either by the wuom she dearly loved. I pacity emoluments ascribed -'
! clear
(here but 8
officer t the aulhoruc to lake "1.1 cup sparkled a spring sup.
f> Territory, .
with much to the
warratittobe .
the too justice,
served of land Whig mem.
revenue due Territory ; location one yea lor their presentation "Such life. _
buft rf him. them and bunch of tall white i
plied a
The by the Sheriff or coroner of the county in for payment within 10 years .aforesaid, I bers of Congress. In this matter, as in all
Mid Addison i it abou 45 of florideootpUiioii *
years age which the default U made.-Approved lil 1 March the hOlder shall be foreter barred of all further lilies, a sweet drinking cup. Disgraceftil Scenes at Washington. others we are u.ith.rWhig nor Democrat
aid red hair has lost his front teeth ,
; ;
claim or right to demand the"" Sudden the place was filled with melody I '
MtWvJMgfd diseipxUd, and noisy when 1840. 1" The favorite cry among duringthe but for that moral effect of the proceeding
very ,
trunk.Gt The attention of all aucti"neerslaxeolletlors and Second. In entering, purchawuig, and disposing A thousand golden harps rang soft yet clear; I theVha would that 'General .'
the ;il called to I of said lands of recent canvass was, party we propose Harrison
officers ol' Territory the
other revenue or obtaining grants same, all
: 'e nnJcrmy ',.nd. and the seal of the Ter. the foregoing extracts from the laws of 1640, PIt. and every or persons, the legal representative a thousand \oice joined i raising high the N. proscription-no rem.va1 from office !" .I should enter.the Capitol and disperse both
j Ihis Z4'.h of Heaven
pr"OD of
Jo\.al| ritoryatTallahami.ee. day gf II, 1.b6 67 and 58, and those in arrears ic I *f or persons and the rightful gathering song. Amblial'ainfept In fact we all denuncbtienswhich bodies ,of Congress a gang4 of greedy

December.ROBERT A. I D. 1840.RAYMOND REID. the Territory, or who fail to comply with the reoqui.itionlo Msnigiiee of suns person or persons as are entitled .\ through the garden, and waving boughs they lavished on the Van par. spoil.hunters and traitor to' principles! ,then

,1-? Go,eroor- fhtl"W, on or before the first day ol to the right of occupancy and pre emotion,actor. gave back a deep response The joyful gush ty for their alleged love of office Bur, &c. distribute among them the post-offices :'andcustomhouses
notified, that immediately! lhe laws of the $ of Tennessee
ding to
tt J. M'CAHTS, Secretary. after April that next date steps will be taken to enforce the I hare the preference in Ihe Iat entry or purchase, Ih.1 i' of fountans a with they the leaped up in theii play But what do we see now T It i is a !lust of office and underling apatniintiof .

i. ------_22A laws against them. their occupant and pre-emption rirbl at the price gaily in wo.rbn'IIDI of which seems to have seized upon "the all sorts at home and abroad,- Wht 'are .

PoaTY DOLLABS REWARD JOHN MILLER, Auditor, of twelve and a half ecu Is per acr. n't exceeding welcome and of Peace.It universal Whig natten." We learn, that the"Whig papers silent on this subject fr;kav.',

be given for apprehending Negroes THOMAS II. AUSTIN, Treasurer. two hundred acres each was the morn of Earb's primeval Sab. there'never was such a rush known. Mr. they wasted all their extra-patriotism*ddrinar

ISAAC and CLARA. so that I lhemt51JJ.JXJ '.h. n. 1 4qA Third. After the claim. and bath-and the" Hosts" of the .
get Department rights
pu.er' _Treasury__ sa'i'fying great uncreated made this remark three days ago in the,canvass 1 Have they none leffto: hvoh
for either. Isaac ran from aforesaid the Slate of Tennessee shall offer lorI Wi
away PBI'A'A'r SALE. .here to consecrate his last and
y"?*Mtb ,
t on, WOMAN,about 15yean I the rest and residue said lands,in such manner Washington. .
'**I*'left. pair .f blue t'ro.dcjul'i] rtntalooo, LIKELY old and her boy 3y." old. The woman n I ,in such quantities, and by such description, a noblest work, t his own holy". uee. Betweenthe like it. Men even of high reputed.charac..s sp&racy1eera tOo foot bJt th.l legjsjator*of'a ; .

dSCStraSljn..y .nel.y'"j bt; is obootS feel a first rate Cook, Washer and Ironer honct may be most convenient; and, for the full ter &of M Tree of Knowledge, and of '* Lithe ", I ten are joining i.tbe scfanible I -lika ..fero.cious free people.. ,to; possess ithemnlretfbf the)' '

's'7uuh WheSbifhspeak1quiekwh..s spoken to \ and trnatworthy, and offered for sale! for no fault! three years from tad after the lime herein allowedfor Great,White .Throne" was fixed. A u .pursuit ef tbeir:victim. money.makingplaces ef.toe Government : .

.lerrM s about 49 *r .60 yeara eld. thU office.1' the location of North Carolina land warrants, blazing cloudjhit none could ever look upon bo. has the in.fection .
..4 Pu', b vile Apply at Poor not escaped We. have ,iwo lei in this ".
left beoee about three week's"offt and d of and tillea t .
.,, irk any.pUiie; Jew lItataNiflaraece Jan. 30., 37 tf1O larni may ,sell at a price p I., than perfect twelve and to a half the and Ii,.eerye .is .veil & bide His awful :lr.& ,is nothing in our annals' t j t matter, and cone political., TOur oHecte-aro "

, : nT beieg eripplftd. wbea sh* Dollar Reward.. alt ceoU 'per aera. And a much of tho said land brow. Fro1Lti I mis some bright orb in! "itt pntspecacie. ,Nevj answered by the idcaoae Kid-daily gratrWcirculaiioa .

; ran. of had .a a green bom. 6f TOLEN Derk Bay(root Mar.TaUahas Mal.,in Uw on order the 19th, aod ma-a may remain unsold at time expiration of the !the far depths pf H .vn, b with a his. empr WI' ,many ,papers of ,recommendation of th.:8ipcrl and: .World' i, .

bi> tbreeU, t *&torn tisne narks ol gear,about.her. Any i information url of three years, shall be disposed of u arore Ire, withering and intenl'' Mlhf great AU eireulating. through the, J,egtstaiurs.and thjsCity. an4 we ,hav po .favors. to oik".of:Whiy. .
y 1 .1-
Car."..titer mnlmtolaf$. Ueir respecting watson her will be thankfully received,, aid, within the furthertsan of three year, Seeing Eye," .which scanned'the D.C' We Jearn thai there are about 18pHeanti .(Decaocra*.. If.we derive a aMebjeworwti!' -*? ,, -v

1t ig .. .1I-1f1Itu 4t't't: ard at this the effietv'a.above reward will be given, on' her deli- very lair. f pile twfcrW per,acre Tfetrtae a' .t'ml'pronef bring o in the open sale mar of cessive u they knelt. Tb. seraphims 'who I for, tht'emee' f.Buperint9iidtn| .e \ ---

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Ibn .. ad 1[Ottilia anjj Wac* a 'are ncowpled yncomparative 1 We p* dtopub1h the A friend h
.If;_ pat.' nMatidniNbi d'on: basil : ,npw fowi j b
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44,.". "AW ig:pm. te'"Im'! .'"), and 'composed of Wflai rfaterial\ w.o work !A pubUdrjsfeting i npft.be.held? # the.Court_ ..''pursuing his usual sec riTy avoca'tipn; :.tbe .hSsbnndrnaa almost t .Is ;1 r .r. r.Levy, ia TeIy' t.oe ; of a letter Col. W G io1 C
... friends
.dJa; nW differently from ii6 House wihOl : JOHN tt B.
: fernigr! on (" Hr 'Clay Montrose the of Secretary
on Monday fear .B.u of War
,. .; and
; thtideofesiiFo2ktsis 7 1841. which
*'f\ the do tAWbieh: : I I is the premier ,April ,
) .
of'degislitijodepanzpent court week the 23d in'to the sub- begr I
.4j.tv .... ...JaIWi aYOCatiog,:..tbe,r while Mr. Webster i Is the premier of the: Ex., ject of "southern, rules over discuss northern rights tojlow i tldiu. Such is "Dear Sir : You inquire of me my opinion fla willingly tly the place In eur columns, I contradict!

-.......Maih...:, ... qog' thi,!t ecutive. They will check countercheck and northern interests." '' testimony brave, skilful, and anergetic ,* to the disbanding of the Volunteers. Can statement made by Col.

1Jf1l".e( ; l4 flL''' each other, while the old General At this r.i Rend, and the patriotic volunteers there b but one opinion ? It is A MOST INFAMOUS lately in Congress that th Dn
.' himself
most interesting crisis, it is hoped 'oluDt
1wa ;.. Us: iiCbiag The 'ecnei al I take things very easy-sit*in his arm chair there will be a general attendance. i y hoserved with him, can point fern refuta- OUTRAGE. These men have performed ben of no service, having h

-_ ,:w 'will borrow* ame".pl\8.'I1lget' in.the White Jlou -- nacks his jokes by the It can no longer be matter_ of doubt to ttion of the slanders and ridicule that have f more efficient service to the country, thing but plant potatoes, &c. lill o X"

from the :.jlettera:of: the Editor jtbe, New fireside-:.tells his best that the anyone ben heaped upon them by indolent drones I lhan any corps of the same .numbtrdUntflg, DOWNING was wish e
aDP. ole --fight. his interests of.the free. to
: laboring
Xodt Jtfarald who is DOW .-sojourning this. battles o'er again-compliments the married I north and of south endout ..f Congress, kind letter-writer' i the! war I learn that, in the lad period ol did the volunteers obliged serve three

ret JBabet ')( greedy offi huntera, and ofpolitical ladies slave-holding ard ut. and I buffoon Senator. The very palisndesas three months. they have scouted upon foot I fo the.last
-rallies. the old bachelors and terly th. Ih
antagonistical it the kind of national I previous]
pats ; to 11
; cabals I Qontebiphue the -portra tt l the checks they decay and fall from around the houses 5 2 days, besides other scouts on horseback. bi&mUere out
pretty of the with legtslatian which is
pretty girls calculatbd to foster of E I
.which be t ti( 'the Chief I' one without being replaced, speak a language The fioniier would tune. '
pourtrwya Magistrate great glee! arid pleasure." I'the'* interests, by a has been effectually protected' ; Inga dfernt
qf this It4Ub&HjFeh) .i necessary consequence I moro eloquent than a thousand occurred in Ve silo understand' t
tongue scarcely lhat
) The ,Press Zoo is destined to pjay .its part cripples and defeats each ether and that the a depredation having a approp..
; could
"There will be DO JSjtfa Bestion, at least:t in this spectacle of, sycophancy and office. South, although inferior in political utter in their'praise. sal the felling o I. Middle or East Florida. during the time; and was te have been made for the paybenVofrt!
such ss was : power, t the forests by the! husbandman's. axe, is F i it be the Indians
conternpjtfcd. before the arrivalx I hunting. It was baa ever ; cannot doubled th it nearly all bat that that o t
badenough at the inauguration managed to out in Congress volunteer item
>f General Harris ; TW carry lasting monument to ,their untiring exertions;. that infested Middle Florida have been I w u,
$ only extra i4es'mon of General 'Jackson will7 still I one of their and from ak
It every out the
; slave.fostering projects I is heist ; tone of Col.
will be nt : comfortable if not _
one balled October li a more o coerced into surrender the active pursuitof
or 8ep under the The last few by
worse of have
auspices reforming years made developments late in CO
Umber,next, and'ks that call will antic i ore becoming and honorable employment r, the Volunteers. The have ofihem.remained speech we cannot i flank"he :
only i' %.dminisra ion The of the which that Freedom men many ge
correspondent prove her interests, and had b
the t to lounge touches, surrounded a finger
pate re Jar' upon our by
session bjr of f t unpaid for period of thirteen I out
n jcojjple i[ Baltimore Patriot writes : The approaching her rights, can no longer beat the oppression the I srng Uj
comforts and luxuries of and p *
oftthIwi,1nnto&bnt session al n months and to discharge them without matter. o
an4 I inauguration will probably bring more of the of Southern rule; and that she must ( cty. payment
perish l
part of it.1' Thb has been I concoct malicious sarcasms and at the (when, from the lateness of ihe
change season,
produ.ced Whig press here than ever before met at once under the perpetual) drain of her bloated an. I of those who [COPT.]
principally by the opinions of the new, in the Union." expense are defending our t they cannot engage in agricultural pursuits Washington. 13th
Some of tagonist her
them ] and JfarcL
(report says, upon papita her moral en- families than igji
Presi4enjt amr.hir premier. General iiarruson many) are going to this political !Mecca\ rather ergies. We can hero only instance one case I ,and I aid lo them betake ourselves to (he and no other employment is to be frund)) "To the Hon. JOHN BBL .
f$ q& *We, beaevolant, patriotic, good old I swamps felling: trees find t their means exhausted, and horse for "
to pray for the spoils, than to pay their as proof. It is k own that the panir. bankruptcy :. 1 ni Secrnr of War:
man.. Hi highest enjoyment it to crack his r raising platforms to secure a dry resting place which there i no sale will be outrageously SIR :
homngo to the Prophet. Who knows, but and distress, which has so (eat for the night : your press
iokc :& indulge'hit good feelings to fulyraaget I had the ofbth
patthcfKeek there be ) wrong. pleasure of
may some Messengerships, or other our country.commenced at the
of"pretty girli-and to exercise t small I. troops, whose services are so apparent 's To l discharge this force before the Indian day, I promised to
to spare perhaps for the good Old t an spread thence over the entire North and and have : see you at 6 o
his fpperfir ; been of such vast benefit t to al
fa good of the Republic, and Dominion, (God bless her !) that,too, at a time waen all the vanous t Florida have nre removed, and thus, leave the (country exposed relation to our war matters in i
in pro. not been dismissed but Fon |
perfect accordance with the popular tci 2. ducts only to renewed attack', is of itielf bad i ing to leave for that .
Movements of the Abolitionists were apparently crowning heir claims Territr beg let
industry; and ridiculedby *
/ > were *
i but do this of the
General)' with a The enough; to so at season say, !hat I have
We beg the attention of readers the plenty. basting ot these hopes, Col. and had 1 itntention wai
Harrison's our to Downing, a Senator, who *
presidency w.be I the after had been i
most be. were occasioned year immediately they mustered to disband Gen. (
verotent' and beoeficient .f all. if his spirit;; extract below. It is one of the signs of the perpetual drain of by Northern the silent yet deep and before that time, been desigi ated for. and in for three months, and had therefore 1 Florida militia, now in Re.cotnnaooV
capital to the now fills u seat in the President's Cabinet fel for the
prevail any extettf His cabinet, however,, variety of influences brought to bear uponSouthern and & ; made no arrangement for any other occupn. lection t of the settlers of that p
williav' great'sway aj Jt pnght; to have, and I rights and Southern interests. On a btomles los, an 1 swallowing ol capital gulf-or a slavery worse, and some of of Col. D.J '" rolahorers in 1 the lion, without pay, is ('ruf'lm the ,extreme aud I hope will nt b done, Terir.

Daniel.W"bstef in'.t.cabinet, is the m&ste. the mass of whiggery it must necessarily be I than SL'ch. The planter visits our cities I. tested Husl Representative* uetuIOly""pro. cannot by any exc'us"be justified. by nn order to reorganisetr a 5 i fc',1 "e
great t
*p l lost. It where )
is protection f
compre.hehi still so befuddled with tho fumes or the credit of his slave property lljfin. Co!. Downing to have bet of'M\

Ye ultb'J representative; of the agetnd I of hard cider, and so lost in admiration in i he contracts vast debts for which he gives his pr"fnt. participating in nppearl the debate. Did I lo take up this sul.jtclfr81/, md be The regular force under Gen. ilhabtnr,
4 century. every other, and lo give al 1- not, in <
notes. the
merchant endorses
to the
,,"Tb Cabinet settled the I contemplating the heroic achievements of 'sedulously" protest against; dismissing 'viI to else until is done opirionadeuate to task.
.being\ & next bank, nnd there gets his which he't to"I any thing justice I II However
S point'.of difficulty, aftwthe organization of r Old Tip,'' that it will be some time. before embarks in a new money The day of out his constituents piy for pisi services fifteen hundred .'e troops; and that in the most ample that fatering, the news may bs'frwa
speculation. : whose interest he Territory speedy
thja toe,vr government,is 4he rejection. of the I its senses return so that common sense shall payment finds the save! holder scoffing his was Sc I '; not only by the payment of what i is i I t that termmatiba f
there lo attend to and that destrctive war, militia
; to"), at seas >
Collotorof NeW York. This appointment!: have something to say ju its deductions creditor from behind his wall of bankruptcy. of t the year, when it is too lute for(them !hem, but by compensation for the I in ase3 I t the Territory, who know the for from

cieites! 'more dlsctisaton and more interest, There is/however, a sound honest portion of As a consequence, the endorsing merchant is engage; in other occupation for livelihood I this/tlure of ,this Ur.'itecl SlH'CS: in itsI I all times be necessary fur its country, wflj at
here t .iban'ifeat'bf any.cf the foreign min Is. the unable to the Bank the Bank seeks I contract rTi: ) hays t I') them. protection until
t Whig party, to which we feel disposed 1 to pay ; a ? On the contrary, he contended lb a 1 roduc'c the Indians are finally .
teri.Thisintrestftn es from tho fact that refuge in "suspension;" the blow falls 'The Iltcrt'st* and I rights I ,.f time I so'dtcrs' 1 Ju "Should
appeal, with no little confidence. They are stit these troops were jnl ?1 these views meet
ofi'.r ,
it is a sort of COntest between the influencejf back the Inl ..; ; ; not this have your approi*.
and thence ,0 war been too much overlooked.
upon lion
manufacture > l and
< Mr.-CLiy, "and houid organised would
[the, ntw ddministraUon. I do not mean to I will! get;; right however, in time ; and it i i" to ulator makes his annual on spec I la, I rui even be paid for past services, administration, more familiar by experience, mend Gen., most respectfully recom.
'say that cKlier'Mr. //QUy or Webster places: hem.. and for them, that the most of our remarks .. bor, to an extent that ':dnf wit'u: Ntrher suffering i all he much less: continued in employment. Did I) wish: tin hrJhij; they encounltr! more jUz:- take the command. a a proper officer to

1e matter on..suchn ;.footing,but as their re- are directed. the partnentmufhonest "sedulously" protest against leading our lice mi e 1

*pectiYe' ailherdoj* d. .., (or all practical"pufposesrthe : Free Labor 1822 and 1834 iidustry. Between frontier exposed? Rather l lit it be so, than "1 write in expected.'C' further understand that there wil not b
Slave a ;
versus Labor ,
J J Thisis general bankruptcy visited let is Cl any provisions made for
"reS who paying
lt is4he one obnoxious I toCol. '
The 'peculiaily
same. ,
two i a Boston; for the reason that"e' had trusted the I. I of mourning |fr: I journey: \Vet. j just to be
complication ith-lhe .
prominent candidates, therefore, for this i irri.iportant : religious fanaticismoithe : South and D. have the honor ofdefniding it. Did ) abut discharged, and those wbo
the ,
( North. South could not The Olr: the early of last
recollect when pay respectfully."D. part
office are- Redwood I tlr seduously urge upon Co..gr.s; to make an i! summer, until
probable loss to all LEVY. the
1 ''Edward.Cij, M. C.-friendly to \Veb.ater Fisher,the editor the New York Advocate, I concerned was e.timntfdut ,'ippropriatioti for the payment of the trrop,1 i iHo board of officers now formed at Tilla.

the leading tarjff journal of the North, first the 8100,000 of bud 000 debts-a very substantial draft in does! not appear[ to huve mcniiot>ed ii'i;:; 'I II In order to break the for.ef our nmitkslie' : hassee, shall have reported upon all the Claims

R. C. Wetmore, Merchant-do Clay. t ook that position,and laid it down broadly i as'the free way! A similar upon wind the earnings of New the[ ;and j no man of intelligence ,duiilits!, tha' if in n-ldti"n to the tax which is !le\ ip,1 l on the supposed orjslledged of to b fraudulent, or inconsequence

Ml might: add to these, Philip Hoie, M. D.t', basis of action for the tariff interest of the York in 1827, whir. 1838 at passed which nver time the had brought the s ibjecl lo the notice of ('onIiress people of Fli'rid.i, in the shape ol iuti-res priatiuos made their having been no apro
; by Congress for this
..Benjamin, R. JR Aaron Claik the appropriation would have been
Boyrf and
Suuth ii'l! to lh holder of the Territorial,! pur.OV
indebted ; foreign
]North. We was p ;
'several others but the were then assistant editor to a I. to that city alone, in the made; without hesitation. The Colonel there is no one who will go
; at Ont furer
here is .between the two present I have nimed.c&t'J/J r I lending journal at the North, and warned sum $100,000,000, and of which ten percent have; been "sedulously" collecting the pi i i"may ate I "it'ds. the Star say, that "Florida" do '' myself in tiding th& Government jn detecting ta

Their was never paid. Newark lost about i not' pay any' thing; it is only the people of punishing fraud in relation
respective friends are crow4ing on I I and
hero An1 other cities and towns in : his Florida rather and divers of lhpeoplu but it really seems to me, that those
in&fy. Gadsby's Hotel's: filled :advancing. True or false, if believed I In ;: !fees, and doubtlessly "sedulously"! ; or sur.d'y co
by I '
proportion. 1839.9 nies p.
'with these people-two.thirda of whom are either section, it must end in a dissolution of' ulation was starred, and, another another cotton made spec transmitting balances to the proper ownel rs. of dIP Territory \v's'!, piy it; and who have, under been the command of Gen. Read, !

candidates for subordinate offices in the Ci draf It i is a good maxim dial differences regularly into th aer-
is. the Union. And with : family II I have, at the Star rived an equiua mustere
t it says
ought so to end If even more disastrous The I vice of the United
House should by order of
or elsewhere. he at home the
Talking of Gads.'by' always left ; uud' no one I
Hotel reminds these two interests are so inco"pntiblehen startling facts must awaken free labor to an should be l lnt fur what they pa> War Department, and who of
; cautious -
me of a curious remark( ? more always; lo act upon will course
'I heard person make tho other day. 'This I; in union, they must separate, and each take assertion of her rights. The issue at I beer than a Territorial Delegate. His .iluliol I We deny th=>t th-y I I'f, nc' ived anything (be in like manner mustered not bo

'hotel,' Mid he of itself. j' polls must be made up : eh.ill: l slavery and h is of but a nominal I If the detained in their pay, because fraud is al.
ought to be called the ofTh;ejcare!j i And even i if there be not this iuiercsls one peculiar d'-licacy, and requires I the equivalent. 01)e-

half'beggar's "hotel on several) accounts. It is ''incompatibility, yet if either section believe it !i prevail in, the or shall land? Freedom When this and issue her is rights made exercise of a sourid diccretion, % and a nice r HMin h.-s tl'l a god one; if it b,' one profitable (have edged no against control others, with whom they could
full of office.beggars accommo(la-1 i!i t to exist, there i h the strongest possible' ; the ballot' b'tx will work its and "sense of propriety lie t-liould forget th I lit f to cur Flori |;ii community. a similar should ; or certain pii
tiona j peaceful think
n.1 divis politically, that
are its I exist
beggarly- table is beggarly, and I any ons ;at homo nncw he n notallowed cans
it.is ducement to produce a separation. 1 rious work of moral, political, and commer.cal I loan made by other communities! % il the Union not performed Cannot these
; beggarly all over.? I 1 j I a vole, and cannot advance I eiih.-r I serice. troopsbe

"On another d.ay I will give a full nc. )|| Fisher, although not well acquainted with t I i: regeneration. The South can no longer, our interest', or that of til1" country at large, would be equally{ I\rttahl(. Other communities paid out of the o'd' appropriations. All. I
count of the position; and'prospect of the t''voV'io!L science of Political Economy, was an j tion B ink, the Tarif or any other qut ls. by remembering the-n.! We very mu'-h fear wnild use a loan, cerliinlwith: as am certain, stands! in the greatest need of.

'principal candidates for I honest and stave of' that The crisis must that l C<>1. has made much ,* and ii has been and many, I know, will by
the Collectorship| patriotic man. He felt the force i ,come.. and onn_ of_ ittA_ An''fnn*.*" .M..".. .C..II .Downing. : himself the advocate prml-nci economy as ,.h. "I ".. b utterly
with ---- n n n. "
the qualifications". and claims of each, I and justice ot the argument advanced ot ins menus, and me prosecutor 01hi I f r I ii--cd (here in rl-iritlaj Ami what nns l>cen "".uJ"With
against Bv
naked a a a lovely'babe? that was born last him, and he silently acquiesced in it, by TUEiiirI'I4oi1ii1A COMMITTEE. opponents-that; he has 1"glpcrelto *it-." it' 'lesult here? Nt-e l we ;ask Look at the high respect, Sir,

'Sunday, At present I can only, say, that according I abandoning the ground he had taken. It : N.-- I'or to the payment of these. troops, from his; :rat.of the currency,' Look :it Ihe ilockl lof "Your ob't ser'l."W. .
tQ the best information' I readiness to gratify the m.ilicp and minister WYATT."
can procure, has, however, been resumed from time ----- ,
to lh List
': term of the Superior Court in thai
there are ?i Whigs in the delegation!) from time by other friends of the Tariff, and has TAl.LAIASSI E. FLORIDA : to the vindictive leclin sof tho>e uho har* Our Delegate.

New York! that'out of this number been the EDWARD R. displaced an over lo find fault' with County which abs.trl'd thy vast rnas of
seven. connecting link between the political I GIBSON, EDITOR. anxiety I We must continue to call the attention of
teen only are candidates for offitt, and that Tariffites' and the religious fanatics. >' There # and undo every thing lint their predecessorsin ; Iheir foreign I.) 1! Look at the feverish
of Saturday, April 10 IS11 our }in the very particular; and .
the three pr four who do not 'seek 'office i is now, and has long been, an identity of I office had commenced. ttl.r: I ihe public mind, in rtI.ltion to the duties important

u Jam,. Monroe, yvho deserves a medal of feeling in these two portions of our Northern DELEGATE TO CONGRESS, -- ---- gonT.il. the country: Does uhfch nil] devolve on our Dple-

modesty for bis magnanimity.! \ never' saw, I brethren, and the South must make its A Uniform Currency. ll.iul'.t ) gate, in relation In the Charters of the Ter

or heard, or read of such a rush for office mind to the alternatives proposed by up the DAVID LEVY. A correspondent of the Philadelphia Ledgerproposes thi-i, or any of it, indicate; :.the btI.lits and ritory. Every day's experience must

among the M. C.'. and editors. The foUo,,'. ,'I Committee" referred to in ihe extract.One n that the General Government should blessings, which lh r Star intimates or insmnates ai d more convince th-* (people of the immense mos

ing is a small sample of the editors. now II of the antagonists must fall !" Yes !!: Col. Downing:--Payment of the issue bills of nil amounts, which they would has, proceeded from tins fon-ign loan. : i importance iiltaclnd. to a modification' :0

'here. :- one must yield. Which will it bet Volunteers. give out in exchange for specie-the bills to We rfpCOr,\bar; would have; hern the ron- lliose charier-. The
I. qJ), /Stone, of the New York Commercial. On this point we think did I 1I Our attention IMS been called to a p''Ccli I dition of thing in th Unir"d Stale*, if time sug p tion comes tl)
ns when :
we I
in when demanded these from
repaid specie us the S.-nnte
Iof th United
Advertiser. b
I this controversy first commenced. It Col. Downing's. by certiin extracts from country had imitated Florid The intercstti Stairs' tot
Colonel Munroe must it in the St. bills would be of uniform value throughout it ill' United States tit what u of the Baltimore Patriot. bd settled' soon. Every day the difficulty of AujMMino News. We have ; would have; had lo pay. we have nonneI

Mr. Hall, of the Nashville Manner. settlement increases./ If the question be not not seen more nf the speech than the few; the whole country, and would perform the I WOUI! ) have hecn one hundred and twenty tl I ) urge it. That CoF. Downing will not dC

The Editor of t the Missouri Republican. put to rest in a short time, the South will have garbled extract, and we can scarcely be.lievi office to a certain extent, of bills of exchange I millions of dollars a year What, WP ask it, we all know. He has never, ,

J. G. Brooks, of 1 the New York Express. but two njternatives. : a dissolution of the I thit such remark hive fallen from one! at a cheap rate. I again, would be the condition of the ounlry, hinted ;.t such a I thing, either in Congress e8reUI

Eiastus Lrook) '.' o the Portland Advert!; Union, or a submission% to the abolition of sla whose duty it is to see that his constituents p This is but 1 revival of the old Bank of if any interest of that amount IHIIO l he> paid in public address to the or

ser. very. receive their just dues from the Government I t to a foreign country That i i&!in amount of any people. We
these' the fruitful mother of all the have

.... ,Besides. _,,__ __ K _there t_ are probably. dozen. The nJiAir nf these t>vI! are before mi.. .if.l IM.. wf1 as adequate protection from our In- < 1 .n. n.n.. A r Tl__1. 1 __I .t 'T_ I I I I nearf rtf per rent more than the "holt export ___Lu" nothing WY to.. expect, _(lOfll_ him. And
-- ..
... -- .. > XoUt a. lUlU more oDSCU ( by th'e4th we neglect to force a definite settlement ol the enpmy. H are asionincu that a iei. | 'I' .b.IUIU llU uni.ed [ ut InC toreign prns ol tne conn- whim ne was me uou-iainer 01 IDE buS

of Ma cb they will probably outstrip the! question. We say it is before us now but ejjnte whose only duty it is to look aff-r our States. Amsterdam was the centre of :; try How could it possibly be pallr e and Trust Company. He came over from

_ 'flock-tfctt in 1629 ; inteiesH, and make known commerce of the country around it, and the all know it could be.
in St.
went up, Indian file, the South will; not long have the power of our wantsshould and not Augustine deputed no doubt, for that
varying depreciated of
General Jackson, and a'l' demanded display such gross nnd unpardonable nature the various : The anviuut now due abroad fur
choice. j
and She will have to yield uncondu ignorance coins very purpose. He surreedvd, and his
_ received an ogjtJe a piece,to allay their huge tionally, to the demand for abolition. She on the only subject in which we have passing current, was very inconvenient lenl, i h? from 12 tr> 15 millions a )"- monc'I reward. would be got

appetite ':frl to slay the keenness of their will not be able to secede. Her moral and any vita] interest, a H manifested in every to the mercantile community, as it had to 0 I that comparatively small amount i* found lo I that he the peifrction of folly
counted and calculated would do in
_ hunger. (Not JO! feveral sought not-and political power of resistance is daily dimin. sentence and every line* of the eXlrcr" be- on every payment.I I highly oppres-M\c. What; would be the state exp.t any thing

some -werd disappointed I 1)) ishing, and when the struggle shall come, if lore un. We would have supposed that ifrespect All the free cities of Germany, and petty I of things, if the country had to pay 120 millions csfll restraints on any mo.iejr corporaiirn. -
a principalities the
TbV'proposed movements and policy of the time of its commencement be ltinal. and Iratitldp to those who havehonored right of coinage; a year! We know such a thing i is lot. And
the new Administration the procr him in and so numerous were the coins, arid of such but the WP have just as little to expect from
are most interest ed, it wilt be found that submission will be f Congress, could possible statement of wlnt would
_ ing to the people at 'large. Before the arri. prefe red to resistance. Specious not restrain him from repeating the malicious different standards, that frauds and impost I I result, shows how unwisely such enormous b raise Major Ward. Can we e'p cthat l he would

vat of, General Harrison arguments sarcasms of Northern tiens were certainly occurring.The loans made a finger or I voice, to restrain
various meetings IwCj'e i will be found to induce acquiescence in each philanthropists upon by small lommunitit.s. must be. ihe his'p
darling .1 f
merchants and ( his
held, principally at the instigation of f step of the Abolition movement, until its whole his constituent*, I desire to retain his cat traders then deposited J And the result, now storing us in the face, deed! adoption
.M,:Clay, for the purpose of agreeing to cer- object is attained. would have induced him to have their coin with the Burgo Masters of the city .i confirms, ihe conclus.on. The exhibit he made then in relation

fain 'neasures. of internal the evidence and affected suppressed in what was called the Bank of I.j t The SIFT to the Union Bank, showed the weakness of
policy. I have We already see Southern men willing to : some regard ..adrespe.t Amsterall I however, contends that the a fond mother
and towards His
received her sick child.
reason to believe, however, that some important abandon the ground taken by the South in for those to whom he is under such receipts which 'i i' money borrowed has been profitably invented love
'I and
to certain I' affection for his is
a amount of i offspring
changes have takeu place on these Congress, and to receive the Abolition great obligations. specie. These receipts and makes a good return for ihe outlay. We j ro

'po tnts. since the advent of the eld General. tions,.refer them, report on them, and peti.take i The Volunteers under the command of passed as money, and were generally at I j i fear that this is not the casp. Judging from great for m to even hope the slightest assistance

The Extra Session has been postponed till I action on them. Gen. Read, have been disbanded, nnd eight an agio or premium, of a very small amount ; what hai been communicated to the public If from him in any reform of the banks..

October, eo that the months' withheld however. If the specie was demanded, a by the President any change hat taken place in his.opinionof
extra and the regular We see others in private society, saying pay from thrm. Why at I I! of the Union Bank, we the
session wall run into one." Suppose they do abolish in the District ?: this crisis in the Var, have these troops small per centage was charged for the trou. I should doubt very moth, whether in most have charter of the Union Bank, the public

Yet, it was but the other been dismissed and ble of taking care of it. La-es the has heard nothing of it MS ver, and if public
day,that the Rich- They will surely stop there, and be satisfied our frontier hf: exposed money been very profitably in.
_ mood Whig .* ; Have been Things went on very well for n great vested. The I opinion should, bye-and.bye, force oa blot
pronounced. that General Hnr-. they will go no further. Has not Mr. Webster they m expanse to Govern- many President of the Bank, eomc
Vlson makes no determination have m.nt without rendering years. The receipts were universally consi. two years or more, believe something a conversion, we will retort o
now (to I declared in his speech at Richmond .corresponding service we after the sos him his
'wi'Extra Session,) and that it will probably, Constitution thatthe ? H.lvr they lived in ease and aliuu- i. dercd as representing the actual amount of pen! m of the Bank: siid that such was the own argument of the "cbeedhhw
_ gave no power to Congress,: bulliun:, in the bankand for man, and distrust eleventh hour conversion?.
b e called: for May nxt." Yet have the I lance in their cnmps a long time they condition of the debtors of the Bunk that
interfere were
to with Southern enemy ,
slaves; nnd may he did so. It was found however It may be good in religion, but in aspi' ntsto
Clique at Wasbingto i, determined to changet not be considered fair abroad Hive th 'y proved unable! or tm- that it did they could not in that lime bear a curtailment office

; to October ; and thus U will be with all I views and a "exponent of northern filing to drive off ihe Mv.igcs, from our not require all the bullion deposited to meet of so small an amount as ten per cent. it affords no very .strong ground for

0 great mitlers. Their will, will set aside his II I principles. We have had this I fionlier. ? Not at nil At no time within the calls on the bank, and the Burgo Masters This surely dues not show confidence.We
held any profita
*rishe*yif he j has any, and the whole AdminhtraUdu oificant language of what to is us, and wo refer to it as sig. : the last two years, until Gen. Read. with this loanedout ort to the City of Amsterdam, and ble investment of the money borrowed very ; and e wish a "reom," for without it the

will be ruled by a Cabal. The Gen. mind, and what will taking place in the public; Brigade of Volunteers undertook its defence:, some to the East India Company, and Iherefr.i is very far from sustaining the posi. dying throbs of system will plunge
take place gradually all some to the Prince of the Territory in distress and confu.-ioo Sild
feral confesses publicly, he is no Statesman, arsiug:: from tho has our frontier been quiet. At no tim' ha Orange-so that whenin Star thai this enormous borro\v. ,
p political connection of a the 1794, the French took of Amsterdam from keep i in that situation, no one knows ho*
'and, -therefore rbis great Republic will be Southern party with Northern husband, on the Oitrilldlhe \ac"n. the possession ing foreign countries i is conducive to the I
ruled political Abo. Su anee -cklockoneror and called on the Burgo Master for public long.Mr.
by a Jque.; Mr. Wise will find it out I lition Apnlnchiroln good.
__ _
party. _
an exhibit of the slate and Levy H from all these objec
of exempt
ttmv the
been able
e oup. lo fact we wonder that to scour the inquest
Th hammocks
any proonga! 'ion of the settlement of the Bank, the bullion: Confidenceand Credit Restored. tions. He will do what he for
all find the
of was and in its
food ,
'ante* for bet
whofcasaceo) mod fceard At gone
: Gen. Harrison, does hil family. no time The w'cre
__ question stimulate the Whigs all the
North quite certain He
*scan doubt,fIN.moment, of bu want of It is to per. have the wife and children dared to assemble place was the obligations oftbe parties named (apparently people. has noasaociaiieaskePor

;'iftu oDa., Yet such in the moo whom qua the .L severe...... n." _/.. .In.....attributed.O..L............, ....either_ ._ ._ timidity.j;____r.___ on L around the hearth until doors nnd windows above. .. ___ _at u least, ,) that the election_ of Gen. Uarriwuuiu inteles. 11. prejudices.._ in favor. of th
--- -- u. 'u .
r'I. UIISJ'UIIIU n 10 oomeming ot me same Kina take lon restore "creaii ana u..u" 'YII nOl ifJYo |CB jn-ure ID-
bi were barricaded I lest the wouia connaence
4T bare.dJoea 10 palm ; securely ( light at J
; upon uiis great at last while the
yield time be
country J! procrastinated of the fire should expose them to the deadly: place here under the plan proposed. The once; that tbe banks would directly ableto bank or place any unnecessary or hurt

S A ain-T 4ce another stroke from the a.There long as is possible.but one thing that will defeat the aim of the Indian. N"arlYlhree years since,,, General Government would, to b sure, be resume, and issue more bills, and b once people. Why.-* on should them, bet to (the mjuiy of 'lh

pencil of he fame Editor, on the 23d tho extensive and (fertile plantations on the responsible-sti we are not disposed to lay more have a plenty of We Where the iate-
: plan of the abolitionists-their own precipitancy a money. believe rests of the banks and (the interests of tbs
: "fa a general view, it is the intention ofthe If they hurry on the matter too fast Os-illri were found untenantable. and deserted way temptation to extravagant that many of them, we the most of people come into collision
by their owners and expenditures, as would attendant on havingso dar say be will, of
ocir. AdottRatratioa, to to shape their sp.jpolnt the South will be roused, and if roused f soon, were 'left to rot, with splendid improvement much money at its disposal.b them, did really believe they said, al.? prefer the inrerft of the people. And ,f
eoU and'meat will age, or be reduced 1
uref u -
aod thoroughly success on her part ii certain. If. however, to ashes by the Indian's torch. The bills issued I suggested, would not though there was no more ground for such ought. would b faithless to them, ,
cfeelnaBjr The a
organize; the Whig party oa a Abolitionists move slowly and gradually I however belief' than there was that it-would a recreant lo his '
benafco. .Gt .tRue whole country was desolated, and the perform the ordinary office of money. make a duty a a citizen; 'sod ss
throughout the country. gaining a Itttle) at a time, blunting the inbab cold winter or a servant of the if he
tThe'sl., .. ..&lit of I public ;itants reduced 't0 poverty and They wpuld partake more of the nature rainy spring. It could have people, acted otherwise..
__ unity in their councils and upon,
and has had
feeling by repetition, discouraging ,those who of bills of no effect in the
the of Exchange, matter, Wo
charity worM. The except see '
irbich old every stated in
1 btu the last
twcbing a: 'vrry efficient see'the inevitable tendency of such a course, improve where. would what may arise from the utter i Auguslina
They not circulate
ment* were in state of disappointment -* News ,
krgaJtioo of the ci5c-boWcrs and popular the Southern I dilapidation, and a money of the that th Militi were mustered eut of
6ropsgating through 'jjresVcou.urittituSnal in the hands of the hepes
body of the al or
scarcely people, express
: leaded eaax:reaie. Jo footprint was left to shop? that civilization great enteraihr service the "
effiscting ihis'organi.i: 1 which 8Ubiert'the.'foun.dation. ed. by old Secretary .
nricijJles but
( would confined people how
had been there. Wbijt is the b to the. :commercial cfD see they riW.rf "
atio6Ur. Clay vattta lo fii>o. U etich..a di. on "whid!'lOr Southern defence are" of that at ? situation classes., I were deceived I I'y these politicians-who have is the old Secretary,'and! wboj* )f! &e .

'te4tlo&m4 character as'wiU mate him theuceeaiorv .erected,'and allyingiUelf& by mae Rarabl band- Jrn.Read's untr i f.ert Since no other excuse they dare offertc ,the people : Certainly,. Mr JfeU ia: the and equallycertain
General Hsrrisofi. r believe I ., CHICAGO, ILLINOIS EL&CTloN.-The Democrats ct
with the great Mneoejolb6! but that through mad zeal .l ''
country- and of
want know it faa ths New
t* <
*lr.; ff,& b thi* with I nota tingle depredation has elected their Mayor 256ority Secretary r44.'"
oqo Mcai purpose, the South win find itseir.utierly power/iss &Cm by maj ledge, they were themselves
.. t of IM Staeancf ;< the and offhe de.iye.Some, them g b .mn id s *&
13 I[l |
,b. rer..to hiii. W. r when'the reafna?'eftttgg- ?.shall come. .r AWermaflV*' no doubt, knew t.r,- but Ra. .

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.d checb on N. Y. nd Botton. none. At a large tnd rwpecttble ind mechanics of Tal- ffflUIS Dajr received' a i-plenuid of C1CUd :; r Auc'rrtR : : :: Ali'V''c'r1ON'; '. SA t.S:. ,.- S. S j- _' '? -M:. .
81"1 none.s..anah merchants, consumer .J. ilorocco Boots, Tobeo'dforten4CJtari'! ; 'T T V .
do do on Charleston Uhas and vicinity, held at the Adelphiflotel in : t '43- Awn T' "i ;\:.\' .. '
for our for *hit it is '
ctdiJneflot EtnAcTIuNE
Ind Augusta Ranks, 10 per oa Wednesday ereniDg, the 7ih tnst.DA- fod rODty.C I 0: A good supply currency,of PunellaLhiterBooti' G cnern1 t Caaallllnlo..McrebnDI, Q tlt j //
GflO. Banks, 12* a 20 .. Vlb F. WILSON, Esq., was called to the an Calf SIppn.J.: a .. Itt Leon- FTa. i'. .yi D.CjWHMlgSIOMBfEBCHANT. .. ,

Bank of Florida, 371 Chair, and 1. B. Kin appointed Secretary. B. Co. March 13. 1841- 33 z
meeting being called to order, the fol- April 10 A .- -
The 3t 37 -
37 -
and Trust Co. J .Mallet mallet It
1n8. .
and resolutionswere offered J -
,0. \ oomical. lovinjj preamble Strayed. UST received and for sale low for cash 'fifty NEGROES.On -

Bioi rf Pen.acola, mnde bylaitlr the by the committee appointed at the meeting on FROM the .ubribr, 'lam ?February BLACK Lbla. pickled Mullet. Saturday wornlny, Wth'April, : ROBERT 3.UKLE'

The bOTe u he first report the6ih, and adopted : a star ir tie forehead. He I ALBERT R.' ALEXANDER. 'I willaeH in front of my'auction room, '7 likely AUCTIONEERANDCOMMIS8ION .
Board of Co.nm.rce. It iso \V ERF.ASt we deem it a duty we owe our- formerly belorgod! to Dr. Taylorkon the Micasue. Port Leon. March 13.1843-tf 33 Nffroea, eO..I&I..J oC-3 MKN.'t WOMEN 1 : -
and "ill be ,selres as citizens of Tallahassee, of the Ter- kl..I'del kniva by the name of BlacWar-' Oa Consignment. BOYall arctimaUa. T.nnaonshalfcsg and &be MERCHANT_

;,j.'d by the Board weekly, of the ritory of Florida, and as consumers and mechanics ri"l. A liberal seward wi b j for ale low, a 'aplcndJd' jwartmfnt of balance credit until tie 1st Jan. next. SALE,DAVa1nbIe Y W ':. 't4ai!

lid as rreuhr\y\ in 'he columns, to take into consideration the disad- en to any peisou whu inny find him by"udinl' AND DAB from.Princes's Garden,N. 'p3 35'EW.DOasEY.. '
de- 'I 7oa Propenr
thnt it is the vantage we labor under as the him 'io JOHN R. York Tax"Collector
We UIldCI3anJ: respects moneywe constating ertrjrvaruly and colour. They Sale of Town Lot*. "
Fl,\ridian. 10 obliged to receive in of the New Tan Yard, Quincy Sotd. I will soB A'l.AUCTION.Will .. _
the merchfl'' payment were put up in fine order, and an warranted Aa on Saturday rooming, the 10th hut O
ternunauo ol n.o.1 of 'dues and debts accruing to us from our respective April 10_3t_ 3 bloom if properly lakco c&rjB-of. at'10 o'clock in front of the Court Rouse, in Leon be sold to the IJI& c' .I(14u ltJT.Jh,
tak/nlt pa. irtUnt 1owian4
the ,
ut.oian IeVTsnrI ,,.
rates, Jot' ,
specie business.--Therefore County tbeeityof TaUabUNe.or cash the
at R. ALEXANDER.Port .
charge aU% goodi cording to the Resolved Tax A8srors Notice. following lots in the laid aDd the .addition / .occii.pirs4byJ. GitarLn., 'fj4 J taUt I> fcj C. _
: That intend Le.n. March city
! what it is worth, we no disparagementto THE having been appointed: Tax I 13, I84J- 33NOTICE" Nuitz II a WttU, >./evelrjr e.tabieh.n! :. '.
for thereto, te satisfy and the Taxes duo on.them
nnnied institution Bank pay
in Ter-
per any or our .esi ! lo the County ot Leon :
pub1ilbed report. iI the itory, we on the contrary would rather lend a Justice, district of Leon County for the A sewinent ALL Goods sold by the subscribers on a credit city Tallahtusee, and to roach the 'corporationofthe of raid Estate : : i io'carrtnt b.'nkbUJ .

. the arrivals lit pa1ac1llcola helping hand to foster those institutions, but we of County Taxesf'r the present year here and after this day will be at specie rate*. aa will. the Taxes,.duo or 10 each of them and H. J. HACKLEY; Auetlcneer.

t: Among J.mcfI J\rJllmll, from .r amp3. hayjngofl are compelled in self-defence to place the mo- by, notifies all persons residing within the limits. and payment demanded in the name, or in Bank -pay .on Apr 3J.l841. ,4t.;_,

f. Sleamer. hundred and five ndllns, ney at what it is really worth in this community, of said Di.trid. that he will at the Curt House in Not,". at the rate of discount established by the 'Sa'.ta of sale vii : Light Carriages iCbeap fofCash7CHARtOTEia
bOlrd one & in New York New tile city of Tallahassee the ., and for board of Lou No.23, 2.4.2ft, 99, '31. -32 35,36,63 64,
rkanas.ce KERR
in .. Orleans or other trading TRAD*. & KIRKSEY.
; I home any 'BAROUCHES t BUGGYS
11 thmr, new 67.145, 148. 261, 6J,264. 280, 30 I,'.:103. 304"
,1 the four in accordance therequisitions
their .8ylo market in the United days ( Tahlahaiis 1 1841 31
II Brig with one I..Jndrel) IIndI States. folo'wing .ih the c April 36 305 in the original i plan of the city ufTlLllaha".ee. ,'complete, jot up in superior
.1110 learn 1\ Resolved, That we the committee for the of te ) proceed to taki tyle, and.for sale ati1o auction and comm>* ion
had .iled II few dllYA previ. inhabitants of said District, 1U U of their Taxable PROPOSALS Also.: : Lot No'.5, 20, y,34,3b, 47,91, 1J 13-1. '
; Indid'' reasons above sf ted recommend store of .R. Jl HACKLEY.
respectfully 135 136 .
tt'enfY 142,1-43,144,145153.15.1,175,177
Indians ,
Other These lists law to ho be received on Wednesday 14th of
A /lm5. Properly, are required by 31tf
oustO Ihe James to the citizens to take the money of the Florida WILL ilU'l.far 180. 189, 191, 402 203 S06. 207, J08, !'. 217, Feb.27,184r. _,
building -
I to 'mbark.t writing, and lo be sworn lo by the respective a sew bridge across -
were in ftt Tampa and ready banks at its value which will be regulated iniiiidualjgiving in the same. lie Ocklockonnce River'al; Murray's Ferryon; themain ;218, 233 226 233 234 235 237, 238 239, 240, Blanks! Blank* !

\ by the Chamber of Commerce. W. C. CtPBELL road fromTallahaiee to Q.uincy, also for repairing .241,.242, 243, 2,273. 375 276 278, 279, 280. GIBSON '&. HIUBARO. wood inform the

that three Indiana were lately Resolved, That it is the opinion of this committee Tax Afsrssor.Snd: Dibt. L C. the old bridge atthe name place aa follow; 199200. in the North Addition to Tall apoe. that they have, of 'late been nuking .

Wt.learn the Oscilln. that a standing committee of five be appointed April 10 3t 37 For repairing the old bridge, new caps will be Also, Lots Xoa.3, 6, 6. 7, e, 9, 19,27,29, 38, 33, irtuddttion to llfir assortment of Blanks and

"j oertlken by the Volunteers on to meet every week, and report on the neccf ary on tho entire bridge, and ono entire new .45,46,51,56,58 59, 68. 69. 7i. 73. 81,,96,102, will;!, in jow days, have rhVmorteileiciveMiioru

kllle<3' another wound, nnd :neescaped. Ute of our and it is cordially hopedby Notice. tressel oft tlw east bask of the river.' If the present 103. 114. 106, 110, 115, 116, i in ths Booth half of .meat ever offered in Florida. Comparing nearly .
st;' ODe *"1 currency ; Election f>r Delegate-) Congress will bo I the County Q.uarter. every kind that are wed in tli. Terniu'y.fT .
ircsxls in the river should be found defective
understand that a committee that the citizens will AN ,
also! your soon
held in the of Leon the Their ibe All! orders ponrtaallj attended to.
third be enabled receive the welcme County on frt it i" erpccled that they will also be renewed. Four appearing no owner or agent to.pay :
of small parties have been seen of to intelligenceof Monday in May next at the following places, ..d nw tieVpcrs are to bo laid across the entire bridge Taxes on the said Lots, they will be sold/ aa above March tO. 134 U_34 -

E1 nUl"lbtf the our money being at par. under tho supermtendance of the following person the present plank with a mall addition will an. adYt'rlired,according to.law, subject to any c'aioi' NOTICE. r -
about country. Whereupon the following gentlemen were 1 1IlUI."t3I1ti.l the Commissioner of tho
to wit of Tallahassee
&te. proling ; The each aide be' and City may
) --- irer. railing on to new Q.TUA YED or Stolen, a Bay Mara black man
appointed said committee A. P. Smith. J. G. 1st. In I hare said lot. for
St. Marks At house MiddU.Ion on the
tie of A. original purchase money.
President. ; the timber required, will be good heart t and tail, Lipabvt in. |her light hip. Sh. it a-
ointmcuts by the Park D. C. Wilson R. A. Shine J. W. La- -1 Peter H. JAMES L. HART
t Ap [plfO" Swaim. F. B. Wlntinj pity'. bout 1 15 or 16 hald.lli b, had on when rniwcd.a
J. Meigs, to be Attorney for the vinus. and Alberl It. Alexander. ; In, the proposals for a new Bridge, Cypress caps Tax Co lector for the County t Leon. addle, bridle and mnntingile Any person giving
: Return Resolved. That the Resolutions signed 2nd. At J. J. Cuihbrrl's Store Shell Point In- A. E. HA15RIS[
District of Tennessee Middle to be Attorney for the by the Chairman and Secretary, and published; Ipec""rll. N. W. Walker John Mtrick, and Henry Thi contract include the bridge from one bank City Tax Collector stable or thoaubacribet will b. liberally rewarded. ,

: Cornell Darrngh Walter iu the Newspapers of the City. D3 rde". of the rivtr lo the other*>aly, eomprisi'g about one ap 3 35 Fo.n. DORHEY, Auct. 0. MAURICE.

Western District of Pennsylvania; D. F. WILSON, Ch'n. 3rd. In Tahlahasutece; *, nl Mr. Sheffield'!Room- hundred and fifty fe t in length.The DESIRABLE OF GOODS. March ZI, 1841-13. 35 : 4
appointed to laid office, IdspectorF, J. B. HuH, hoinat, Brown, and William _
Forward, who was ]. B. KEENE, Sec'y.Iechanlc._ II. Francis.4lh. Proposals m"sl be mido out separately for N. M. MARTIN'S STOCK. NOTICE.

I Wine declined' its acceptance. meeting.At At repairing the old bridge, and for built/nig/ a newone. A LL persona are hereby cautioned from trading
Chambers,to be Govern.r of the Ter. Ralph Buzrman'-Inllprcttr.. Gcnre directed to the undersigned and deposited in I AT AUCTION.ON JL for any note or nntosgivep by Daniel Buie to .
John i of tbJournl'Jm..u George Young. and James Willjw.
a large nnd respectable meeting 110n'e.e. the Pest Office -n Tallahassee to |10 J el S. Grave of the
!,. picvlon Tuesday morning the 27th in.t. at II a* a note above deacrip'ionit
ritorvof Iowa. for said Mechanics of the! city of Tallahassee t Byrd &Parinhca. Store, MickasukieInnprctom o'clock, A. :M. on Wednesday, lie 14th. Apr.l int. I I will sell at the store of N. M. Mar. lost or I has been prolonged from a letter the 1

: Otho H. W. StuB, to be Secretary 'I held on Friday evening last April 9. Jacob,Carr. IAI.nb, Theodore Turnbuli.and 'I 1 URBU1T R. BET TON, ) tm, a large and general assortment of amount and date not known to tho writer.,

at the Court House, on motion E. P. BOWERS S. S. SIBLEY )>Com'r I Feb. 20.

Territory. Johnson, to be Marshal for was called to the chair, and SU'VELQVATJ.E 6th. At ReuLenlnni: 't More: -Inspe<.lort, THOMAS HODGSON, S I,, DRY GOODS, HARD WARD. -_.LOST V fI I
II. ;
Thomas R HATS
James Shtlu-o, and A. RHunter. S
i appointed Secretary. I f. Tallalia ee, A .ril 3, 1841-18 36 (I' GROCERIES. Tallahas-ee on the nijht of the 20tb instant I

1 said Territory.Hopkins to be Solicitor of the Ge. The object of the meeting being stated on I 7th. At Rr.acl1) Store. Cross Road-lnspee-' Cantion. 1 IN ROAN HORSE; he 1 1. supposed to have .

Charles motion a committee of sevenvere appointedto lom. H. 50 bbl. Rectified Whiskey, broken 'loose from the jwgt he was tied to, arrJ
Tom Pe'er
Office. Jorhua: Byrd, Chaire", and OR STJLEN some limo since Novem- 15 do Old/ do
neral draft r. oll1ti nR. | Green Chairen. LOST carried with him a rope halter and has a cut ;

flcceiwr General of Public Money. The Chair appointed the following gentlemen i Given under hand this! 6th of 111I"1.fo"rnnlf'* of hand viz: one signed by 10 1-4 Pipe C'-gniac Brandy, wound on his off bind 'leg, and a aort on hi. bick.Itis ,
my day April John M. Miller for $->5Q; ono nkned by Ihe same 25 bbs! American do
Charleston S. C. uuid viz Messrs. he will mike towards St. Mark.
La Motta. at to compose committee, : 1841. D. M'KAENY supposed a*
De Clerk.
Jacob ijrne'l John for $100 and 10 do Peach do
for 550 by CorKey
$ one
(Cornell of New York, at New S. N. Cnnman, J. 5. Keowin J. L. Wyman, j Airil 10 td :i7' ; lie wan lately' purchased from that place.
Robert C. iffned E.: Pool for $7&G-2-all payable to 12 1-4 Pipes Holland Gin
by ,
The finder will! roiiier "or-on the
John W. Horton, Chau. E. Djke, W. II. Mid I owr er"b/
York, in the place Stephen Allen, removed. dleton. and 1 Lost I IOX I the FlJbo'ribcr-th dates of Ihe-notes not recol- 20 bbla American do leaving iuformalioii at thin office where bo RlayLu

Samuel Frothingham, of Boston, at Boston, Henry Suulsbury. absent or about the 20th ut.! on the road from | Iprled. The public are cautioned against tradingfor 5 Tierce Rice, found. Feb. 27,'14l.1'
Hill removed. The committee retired and being here to G'ailnien! I POCKET BUHK contain.ing them.as tile payment of the same has been slopt. 25 Bags Coffee, I .

,u the place of Isaac a short time, returned and ofTVrecl tin j ,et.'eenSO.. and $5 f 0 in money ; Also, one A. I. BRITT. 50 Boxes Soap, Copartnership.

J ()Officers of the Custom*CW/Vctors.' following Preamble and Resolutions, which hate given i hy Wi Hum B.McCal: !, William BarI Port Leon March 1341._ ?C 3l 20 do Candles. 'N' ME subscribers have this day formed a copartnfr -

Williams, Baltimore, Md i ber do N .hip> nt Port Leon under the .ici,'
Nathaniel\ F. were adopted : |I lor negro hil e. amountinto $100{ dated sometime 1 Mall 15 Tobacco
'.5 j Frick removed. WHEREAS, a meeting of diP merchants, mechanics I!I in (anuary, 1840. and dun. January 1st Ic4li t Northern Arrnngeinent.Poo and JO do Superior do of1111.1' & Rewle I -. lo arry on tho STOP.HI*
vice Wm. Tuesdays Friday Sunday.. at S r. MDeparU &
Coad St. Marjs, Md., uceJas. &e., of this city, was held on Wednesday and '"adp pj able on deniard.All | same day al 2 A. M. 10 do honeyDew Jo -ilMISSI,. N busj.e'..
William have lar
: a <;e and commodl warefio'f.
1. evening last. to lake into consideration persona are forbid for the said not 50 'acks Salt,
I I j ttadn-g( 1 Close Mordayp Thursdays and Saturdays. at 9
removed. for th-j of
W. Roach : has 100 do Oats slorjgw merchandize anti cotton; and
the state of the currency : And whereas at that I a a new one already beer ivcl.WILLAM .
Robert W. Alston\ St. Marks Florida \vice I meeting resolution were pa..rd. fixing the BARBER. r. M. urcci.ti'ly. I. G. SE.\RCY. P. M.Tallaha I. 251-2 bbls Soda Crackus. hope, by n'rict attention and prom; tuena in the

John F. Kachler\ removed. I standard at which the bank bills of this Territory Talhl'u' April 3t 37*
Arnold Naudain Delaware' vice Henry i should be received, now \"p. the JourneyI 5 Boxes Loaf Sugar, way eoliuat lo care.
Leon OEO. }
Superior Twenty Five Dollars Reward. 10,000 Spanish Segara. MILLER
removed. I men Mechanics of the city Tallahassee be- The ComriiisYof Thlih.u.ee.vs. ,'. Refer to- JOHN. 1 UOXVLE3.M .
Whitely, by the Subt crilocr. on tha Road leading 10,000 Regalia do
Svrrc\. !'lieving that our interest are proportionablyequal .\ In Chancery." I LOST 1or.li"elln toCapt.Town&end, a leather 14.000 Florida do !*rs. Belton & Fisher, Tallah
Creek. I{ to their, do t iherefore David B. Butler another- ) | hundred and U Berry & Dowliug: S
B ok
William Floyd. Town Maryland, Pocket containing two eighty- TERMS-All stuns under $30 C Resolve 1st. Thai though we deprecate this appearing, : the Court that tl.e defendant Po.t Leon Feb. 1. 1840 31
R. Thompson remo'cd. IT Zi j I' five dollar in billsofthe following Bank, to wit : under $200 four month; over 200 ?ix meaths, -
rice James preservation compel 11* to l he governed DaviJ H. Hutlcr la not a'. inhabitant 01 tint. I Il
step '75 in bills of the South Weclern [Hail Road Bank with approved joint note. J OTICE.-Gentlemera for whom acc<>orit4
Land OJlce Receiver. by the standard which the Board of -rntory. but rndides in Geojju11 i ia therefore :i iordired Charleston South C'aroliin, ; one leu dollar lull. of I,. Groceries CASH. 1. have been kept at the Post om-e. fir their

Daniel Garsney, Dixon, Illinois, vice John Trade o'f this city shall affix upon the cur. Hint' unless he appear hereon or I'ef.rc the the Bank uf North Carolina; fifiy-fivo! dollars in E. W. DORSKY: Auc'r aefommtdolio-m. will peace! call and settle them. In

Dement, removed. rency of this country. l ll:.ionday of Au osl nail, and answer the com- j' bill Iff ihe Central Munr"t', and BrnnNwick Banks April 10 2w 37CAUTION future ali accounts miixt be settled monthly ..

Poslmculers. Rcfi jlred 2J. That we condemn the our!e plamania bill. the same will be tap! :|fur co.fe.dagk'lIt < if Ce'ryia the preci-e. aincunt of c"ch of those who (.11110 to do, can gel no further inul;! *nc*.

of in pursued by our business men towards our 'hiI, arid the maltcrk thereof, deciccd n.curdmjrljr .'- U.1nk"tul recoj.-cteil; eighty dollars ;on bill of the This rule will l"e adhered to .'.iclly. without respect

John C. Montgomery, Philadelphia, banking institutions, believing that instead of ; but la forlljer ordered Ihnl a copy of Bauk of the Lifu Insurance and Trust Company; THEREBY forrarn any I M. OU from trading to per"on I. G. FEAUCY; P. il.

the place of James Page removed. confidence abroad, it will produce dis- lln* order. be publuhed in nomo one of the newpaprrM *- j> .ixty.five dollars in tiilli of Ihe Union Bank. of notes net forth in the tollowinv April 1.1841 3t V ,

James Rees. tU Geneva New York, in the giving their ,printoJ in this Territory for four mont.'.. !, Floridi. Alko the lollowing described rromi!,ryNolrp. receipt; as I am determined not to pay them, and I _
I rUlit nnd suspicion as to solvency.ResohrdSd. I NOTICE.
Iucc"'lvdy. am aj).o determined to the endorsers
Gnwenor removed. viz: One note made by Stafford and Ueynoldn protect an-
place ofG. J. : That we believe our bank areas ALFRED : It', law. ,IRE injunction heretofore granted in the mat
n.u Judge, &c. payable to Smith & Robert, bcnring date compelled by
Asher RolJ in8, lIt Newport, It. I. solvent as tint of I the Southern Banks and April. 1841-4m_SI 36 i j! t.omclimc in January or February, 1841, due lit A. F. DUVAL. JL ter ot* the late partnership of Center .%-

that they will ultimately meet their engagemeni larchi20 1841. I Keen hating been absolutely molted, and the
Administrator's for aluo made ,
ftoticc. i iLL t i April of the lime year f 54C; note
( Gilmer of Virginia. of receiver heretofore
or. appointment
of a made
rietlgnation i
who have I by Stafford tc Reynold, (dale nol recollected! ) to
Calmer of Vir if'n! has sent in Rpsulied 4th. That will sustain m far noa A persons any d lunt" air-tinst: :|; been rescinded and set aside, by the Honorable the
-Governor wp Lie 1 ;n'ereby ,,: the Stibttcribcr f< E"'ahoflna.I'rith. arc i I
his resignation to the Legislature of that our limited means will [admit the Banks of required present them witliot.t II'l'e delay for par- :'>I It, Cole bearing dale sometime in Feb. 1841 R.\] \ Brothers. -, Jud remitted!a of to Leon all hU Superior legal ri hla Court the subscriber si
as surviving
of he HOUP of Del1. this Territory. merit to the Subscriber. to the Subscriber three diy after
State, in consequence I(,; payable [[eceivc-d or i. F. Duval,payment in full: for two i of said firm and hereby gives
CIIAS. K.: DYKE NOTICE' i is ., for ?:!0 also a note made by Koburl Iumphne!,
condemned his course in refu hereby gircn.ll"I the said deceast-.l $ ; promissory notes we hold against him, dated and rn"UflCEThat
having aa surviving he
gates with demand from the Gov. Chair' Cum. died a Key \\'ut nl.ut lt Ian of Nov. IA.t, lea" 1! hearing date 27lh March 1841, and payable! to the endorsed aa follows, tl wit; One note dated the will collect the debts duo audi to saul late firm partner and settle

ing to comply a \ On motion the following resolution wan ing no lawful l.eirs: known tu the Subscriber, and Suhiicri'ir l"r $60; also a n. te made by R. R. I 1st of Nov. 1838 for $663 69, payable six month*I' all the business thereof pree.&y; aa if such!-

ernorof New York for the surrender of a fu. j: adopted : ie1.ing personal effects to the value ol"l250. ,i' [n..wle, and piyab'e to Rol-erl\ Humphri* for from date, payable to and endorsed by Robert K. injunction had been no

ptite from justice. Gov. GiWnerconsidf-red 1,I 1 Retolied That the proceedings of tin meetIng I The docfcjfed was dark complexioned d, slender : 845; ai.o n note made by William Lostingtr, bearing I Wct. and .no note dated lot of November. 1838. such receiver made. granted or appointment! of

that his duty required him to refuse to complv. be published in the different papers ot thi I ab ul 5 feel H inches liith, an<> ab"ut 35 yearn of Llalc..omctlme in Jan. or Feb 1841, and piya fur $668 70, payoble eight months from date, payable Offica at J. B. Hull & Co.

with the demand of Gnv. Seward, until the.: city. E. P. BOWERS, Chair'n.j ,. JOHX G Z11UAX, Arfm.m. .lrtor. I b'c to R. J. R"berll4.. for $233; als> a note made by to, and endorsed by J. B. Bull, both note JOHN B.KEEN.
j )Ilg Key We.t. I 1B4I. 8w loac Ton.end, 'ariiig date 29th March. 1U4I, signed by Alex. Fortny Duval. we hereby promied
latter should with a similar demnnd|: j S. QCATI-E Secretary. I.reh:0lh. 3 1I ,'I SurvV piriner of Center & Keen.
comply I : lo the Subscriber for also a nc.te.
and $125
J I payable ; to transmit to him said two notes as soon aa posni- Jan 16. 18-11-4ni
m-.de upon him by the Executive of Virginia..,t Col. NOTICED II iHE i I made by S. J. Pt'rry bearing date 22d April 1811 ble.

--------- :7We are authorised to announce I "I undersigned having been quelificj ns Esi'I payable tn John Townsend for $t73.50; aN", a J. 0. DISSOWAY & BROTHERS. FOR -\LE.-A far; ofCarrage Hat:,.;

4 Capital Trick.--Oi: tho night of tin 'I CHARLES; DOW.MNU as a candidate for Delejjatein -. fulrix. to tile last wil 1 and lotdinent of f, note male: by John Kmsey, (late nol recollecle I IJ _Tallahassee-.Feb.l 12,1840 march 20. 1841 at tins Ulfic"
t Stephen Miller dl."c.eued. notifies all 1 lo Dr. Cadwcll for : ',0 also Feb. 13. 184L
mad hereby per- and payable $4 or ; ; a
relate' a young lad in Baltimore, oui I Congress. indebtrd said 1. Sale of LotA near Tallahassee.
.(11 to to snake iiinn'dtalc, S. dale
Mmill the lutl' i-li'ivi rs in his. nnshhurhootby ( (II --____- u_ I, ..v..I.... ..u.. ,..V.. U.F% UUbViy"I.._Ch.te__ __ my__ agrll- ana. uliorneyand note and payt'Hc made' .by to_ .r.B.. 1.u.enton.narrenlon. lor nol 9125 recollected; !al. anole .And.__ the UP' .rjtrht..._ nf u. Inmlinn'-n._" "fa_. na"rw..linn'.___.._. ____. ._. uf_. NOTICE.LL .
'l"ork.I' Lntjowndb the the) Commissioner 4. persons i ;min_' an: !> \n :-> iil3.1. J"il
trick. Thill> ] For Boston and New all those claim : y Territory. By
a xery ingenious j having to present tbnn lo made by i-'amuel Scott, bearing date IClli of Tallahnasec 'Jl.VtllUhll:. 1"lp..r '0 "'10,0" (')', '' iIft.ie-I..

t .M)5 that he p'T!uad'-d all Ih' boys thnl thAclipe TilE well known p.cket Briff. St-i my raid. attorney within the time pro"ciibcd hy March, 1840, and payablo to the Subscriber for wi.:! p'case render them pr<.i>.ry .*. e.u.J(11:,

co ild be seen from no other place lira I:. Babliidjre matter, will posi- I law,. otherwise i* thin notice will b placed in bar of'' $160; alllo a note made by Wm Wynn, and payable NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, the tune prtfcrib d l by /law, and Ii ie J'.- a ho are ally

than mothei hack char '- then, i lively sail on or before the 23th mst tli ir recovery. LUCE.4 E. IILEl. Ex'rx. : to Wm II Smith for $Th; and several: notes ,mAr in pursuance of an act of the late LcM way indebted to the sal d..J. \vII: tTitkejaymentto ,

hi" yard, For passage only apl''y on 'board or | -March 20. I/41-t I made bv Jo'in' Stevcn. dale not recollected, and gislative Council, in Jront of the Court Wilhuni Budd E'quirr. \U-niicpllo. I

II (penny t'ach for admiss'on! and had the yard | ,'to Kerr& Klrk'.. j RANDOLPH & LEWIS, I payable t" Edward Coleman also a note mad. by house in Talfahj! "ace, on the first day of the Superior who is my aulhori!t> agent to titi.. IOU id Estate, ,

crowded to overflowingvith an inquisitive ': April 10 37 j DEALERS in Drugn and Medicii-c. Paint James B Edward and payable to the Subscriberfur Court for Leon County. A sale/ at public 11EXUY: WO IBLL. AdmV
-_ I SP.Oi aW order lo Iho Subscriber auction will be had the Comraiiuionvr of Tal-!
udience! He's Miiart. --' ------- Oil and Window Glara. II $:5 or an given by
I j Ten Dollars hy S. B. Barrotiton on Dr. Pope, for $"0.f Idhansic. of the unsold' InU lying in the neighborhood ;IOTICE.THOSS .
; We shall st-e this little fellow some day 01 ,IITT'ILL he paid for the detection of the thief I WE have I wi'l: gie the above reward lo any person who of Tallaharsec, in the quarter section belonging who have arrved as Jurors sinre the
T who iitola from a pardon in this place, a juat received large additions lo our of Gen Lei 'h Rt Marsha! of
oilier' Wild Cat, or a UCH! j will deliver to inn thd aid Pocket Book Promi to the Territory ; ana also the right of !
selling up Rose bu he and i."tock. which ofTeied for tale low. j llie Mid'ile! / District of .
number of flower jarK, containing in 'Iorida. willl'e'pivIIo'h..,
j Notes and Bank Bills, or who "ill put me location belonging to the Tcrritory, of a quitter
Estate: iJank in the Dawlah or Oregon Ter Geranium,. Informalion requt Mcd at this office. I ALL I ory tho to gel the same, or the Pocket Hook section of land. i i. due thorn by calli-i|> at the Ma'fhaP ..ffi,-".

ritories. April 10 It :37 I article charged to our regular cU"lomel, jwil J way. JOHN B. SMITH. The terms of talo prescribed by the act arc one GEORGE E. OCNM3. D. \I.
he at apecie and the its {;lIlpl,
I price name or equivalent Feb. 21. 1841. 31 *
forewarned from fourth the in the bat.
A Card. will be deimnded in at Ibe N. B. All persons are hereby purchase money cl\ah.
Harrison men-Look hereAt a Harrison subscriber propone to devote himnelf( for of the ..r.AH payment ejpira.lion taking up !r finding tor the above notek.ap anco in one and two years, on a note with an in. Notice.THE .
TIIR ) I 36 2t dorser. subscriber would inform a'l' those indebted
Utely held at Newnansville, remainder of bill life, to an earnesl endeavor -
: -eting Also'otthe same time and place in conformity h'\n.t\ either by notes, account or as'-umji-
Enst Florida, the following l mst was deliv- lo make himvelf useful in hi. profession, person having unsettled account for prr-J NOTICE.THE le the provisions of law and agreement, made :!sit, that he will receive payment .'or tha same if a
vio"l year arc requested to come forward and subscribers forbids aM
lawyer.He hereby
aa a persons
and allow
ed by the president of the day. be consulted for the present at his residence clokc the tmc. 11I1 trading for the following! described with th parties the following lots disposed of in per ent premium
may May and'July :ait, will bo cold. The purchasers on bills! of the Uiiijo Bank of Florida or Southern
By Dr. E. S. Aldrich, the president of in lliia city. RANDOLPH A LEWIS. m.tes, an the conditions of payment have been utterly having failed comply with the conditions of sale. Life Insurance and Trust Company. After the
.' the day : Darid Lexy Esq., one of the ROBERT( ( RAYMOND __TalLhain.ec.Marc_- ). 7lh, 1&1.NTICE 35-- dnrec rded. 35 The terms of this sale will be one fourth in each 10th of April next, all his claims wilt ie placed
Two of dollars each and ono fi r $
Con- Notice. note fifty and the balance in ono on a note with an in- for collectionin the hands cf an attorney, who
candidates year
for net Delegation to
our I persons liavin, claims against the Estate I and afiar the first of nozl month the t iv nby Willis T. Oli' il and Edmund Davis, to dor cr. viz. will be auihonsed to receive said bills at the same,

pe s.-Let us begin the system of reformby ALL Stephen Miller, will immediately present FROM cril cr wil sell good lo 'fm cu.tome.!i' Edward O. Sheffield given December 9, 1840, due In W. W. quarter of Sec. 46. Town 1. North ; rate,until the return day.

voting for an honeel rain, without regard them duly authenticated. They can bo left at the al specie rateA. demand payment in the name, i January 1. 1 41. December 8 1840 Range I I. Wci ; Lots Not. 10, ,14, 15, 16, 17, 5. ALEX-FORMY DUVAL.

to political prejudice. store of Me.,. Berry & Dow ling. or in dank notes al the current rate ordipeount.H'NIY Also three others ffiven by 26,29,30,50,52,56, 17, G t. March 26, 1841-tf, 35
Edward O. Sheffield of
Edmund DAVIS to ,
WM. D. MOSELY.Agrnl BOND. In N. E. quarter of Sec 1. Town I, South ;
Nr.GROfM AMIMTEAD.-Judge for Executrix. March. lily. and one of $30, due Jnn. 1,1841.W1LMS EDWARD R. GIBSON
or THE 27, IRIl-iS 35 Range 1. West; Lola No*.3-1,35, 33. ,

Slory bat delivered hit opinion in favor ort April 10 4t 37 j i -NOTICETiE :- --- EDMUND T.DAVIS.DAVIS. And in S. W. quarter of Sec. 1, Town 1, Soutb; PRACTITIONER OF XXDICINE.

tea'oring the negroes of the Amistead to their Notice. Range 1. West; Lot 13.ilarch20,11131ts < ? FFICE next door to R. J. H.ckley and E.
hitherto existing between Tallahassee, April 3. 1341 -lw 38 i
countiy. A LL Person having claims or demands against i ilil Co-partnership, Peler Randolph and Andrew Den. ___ __u __ : 34 ) W. Dorsey'a Auction Room. .

Charles Black deceased, or tho rude in the I ham, under the firm of A. Denhitin it Co,ha been GARDEN SEEDS. Consignment and for sale cheapjor -Tallahassee, Feb. 13, 1841.

A man in Maticbe.terEngand.! claims subscribers possession will prercnt them without this day dicaolved by mutual coi..cnt.. JUST received a good assortment of garden On*& .* S WANTS -c-

.. to hare discovered a way, by which he can I delay to ROBERT RAYMOND REID. A. Denham will settle all debt due It, and by from WaUiersfield, Conn for sale cheap. 1 COIIC suitable for two or four horse small amount in Union .r in Life and Tru-t

made sound ruible.THtJoURHETMMrTJwCKLAYEBSOfPitU. Gaardian of Rebecca A. Black. the late frm.MOI.ticelo.. WARD! 4MAY.. 1 ErJ.nion Top Charlotte for tc horses .L 5&. Co. no Ie., for sundry email acconnla Ihiti are

., April 10 if 37 Mach 13. 1841:-U 35. March ro, 1S41-t3 34ITIarslinl' I &iinsig Carnage,suitable for oie or two horsei.I due, enquire of WARD & AJA.
: Marshall's Stale. "PROCLAMATIONT Snlei I Swod buggy March 13 33 V

burg have resolved thai they will not comply ViI toe of a writ of Heia Facias, issued WILL be sold at the Court House in the rjty 1 Carryall very cheap. Inquire of For Sale or Bent.
BY &
work out of Leon Superior Court. and to tnt directed Tallahassee, to the higher bidder, between Feb20 30
pith thft demand of their employer to wherein Jonathan Gauldin i it p1 'muff. and I ROBERT RAYMOND) REID the osual hour* of( sale, on Tuesday tho nth "' = A HAND-OIE. ,TWO-STl

Iron) tun up till HUD down, nnd pledge themelvej Hugh Archer and oMicr arc defendant I hive : Governor of Florida. day of AvrilncxI. the following property to wit: 200 DOLLARS REWARD.PROCLAl1ATION1 a FR\ME STORE tligibh ".;\1, V

to work but ten hours each day, for levied uponand on Tuesday tilt lllh day of MOT The west half of the south west quarter of section ;: a'ed (urbuslisesa, i near the .r..rt o
HERCAS i. made known to me that north of the south Robert Raymond Reid Governor Rail Road J.'reel;Port Leon. A !IIDral -
three oj
tno east ,
Tallahassee between quarter
oothjng lew than tbo u 'u,1Vag"', and for no next the Court 100.0 in ,' ; By #
Willium J. Carr of Franklin _
a who "G.ecufi .
county ibe 17 J ,'redt10'111 be given on :
the hours, to sell the dwelling cstl quarter, and the south east quarter of .1 W1'MW. ._ ... !. I '
"iou" who ejnploys bands who have not legal proceed stands with lie murder of John Norton. .. u _- _f .. :_? : f- __'_' i
charged of section eight all ill Town- invite tno nuouii'm 01 U'Uftl miu. atuturaunUndfor "
said quarter
and appurtenances occupied by Hugh HEREAS, it i ill mad known to me that f
served a regular apprenticeah-.p to the busi. hpul Archer, (being wed of and adjoining the City ofTaJUhatsee Las fled and i ill now at large. ship 2, Range 2. north and etui. An aUo Iwo ne- W WILLIAM PASSMORE who was e-n- kus os.. "
Now know that I, Robert Raymond Reid, M'NAUGHT & Oa 'iOD. t
lieu. levied and to be sold for Specie ye. gro girln n.iined, Jullau. and Aunts rnd one at Calhoun under
in the ,
) upon fined jail county a charge .
Governor of Florida, virtue of the Nol' 1840. 15if
by authority in aido board, all levied ,on by me under Port Leon. 7. .
: to law. Alahoginy: and the of dfllltll .
to said writ of murder, sentence
upon -
Tut A ofthe me vented by l I"w.do hereby offer a reward of two and virtue of sundry writs of fieri facias, i au- --.No"rlct ,
WIT TO DO IT.- correspondent LEIGH REID 5Iar.'i II. by had been' passed, has made. his etcape from taxi
hundred dollar. for the apprehension of the raid the Hau. the Court of Lena a Muter tii-i .i\ ffie.'aTti.nni.t.ce .lJ
of er
Superior % >
that ofsehing JOHN F. KAPLER. D. BI. ir.g I
Democrat the
Chicago teilYS
run By [ail, andr it nor at large ;
and hit safe Jailor
\ Ids fugitive, delivery lo any or other county, ;as the ,property of William E. WilleT.whNoin Rid, : Feb ...I.l..1.B f.
10 know That I Robert Raymond
dur- April Now. .
hat bApn *o good iu Wisconsin 3 officer of llio Territory of Florida, authorised to Richard B.F-jrbc ,Ed ward Brown, Toiap.kins ye of tint authority} OBFRT ARMSTRONG. 'Uu A'atQr..

tt? hc winter that all the girU at Dubuqtie XIarahall'B 8ale.By take charge of him. and M<*Grath, fJcrrnsn fc Hall, and Leigh Governor of Florida by virtue offer a reward of Twit Matter, in the Territorial a..rvcthaving" ; .
law do
Ire married except five, and they are BOf Virtue of a writ "f Fieri Facias, isnund out The aid William J Carr i i. about 18 year old Ruad. are each pUinliiis. and William E. Willey, me undred vested Dolhra by ,for"'the hereby apprehension of tho said been dischsirgedtherefrotu. for rna! undist, ty order

? >ud that they won't look ..) body who i of von Superior Cowl, and to me direct 5 fro! its inches high, dark eyes and hair. and has defendant lo satisfy aid writ according lo 1 aw. and hisaafe delivery to the custody of any vf hi* Excellency the Governor ol* Eorida. all

lot Colonel goy ed, in which Peter H. S"ai,1, i plaintiff! and Frederick rather a down 'look when spoken to. LEIGH READ Marshal u iri tiYo. other officer'of the Territory of Florida person are therefore feruarncd against trading
a tile Militia. ailor
in prrajdin i clfr dnL1 I have levied upn. Given under my hand and the seal of the By GEO. E. DENNIS, D. M. or take chergeof him. with him for any account tbat may be in his pOSe ,
authorized to
Eginet Fir and I Tucaduy Lb. of May next, a [I. a 1 Territory, this tint day of April, A. D. March 27, 11141. William PasmorwisabOlltaix fet high Iig4, session. agaiuat the Territory of Florida; such accounts ;
Lo destroyed by car Cpurt Hau e in Tallahaaaee, between the legalhoursshaU I 1841. has afflicted with the whi/' will neither W- rccogmed by the undersigned ;
antT been
II lie of.the) Ball Road Company Win proceed to nell the luu.e at St. Marks, ROBERT. RAYMOND REID. NOTICE. complexion! 'which i Is much or the U S Qr Master al thii place. -

Chester, Va., uai destroyed by fire on I known aa the St. uk Hoil'r .ilb all iu arTur' By the Governor, ROBERT B.. HURST, i. my duly an.horUfd swelling in'his"right I leg*', smaller. JOHN B COLLINS Q. 'Gen'l F M., t
) in (fact.It the than the other. V
Tl8lrIdsy ) and right to the J. McCAirr, Secret'irr of Florid, '. attorney Territory t I Feb 13 ;
night and two engine wer'. together al ()11m under hand.'ind' th.e..oat. of the Tritof .
cone lnatc" in ml
of Vlonda. Any transactions, which 1 bsrej Given 1 -
writ Jo. Heir
aati. said Thoa. private
(d&Arl Uj'onand; Iu eold fjr By 'y. 1
}levied the
lld L 1 ,r seated_ by, him will! be' considered my own, r. this 10th Dec.,1840' ,at ,city _' WarriorvWIae. .
subscriber been !.
aceprIm9OlaW NOTICE. but other- ofTallahawee.ROBEHT. I THE having appointed agent .
LEIGH REID Marshall. nBoao* ,RAYMOND REID.I tb. celebrated! house of A jo AmiaM,of -1' ; .
Ha.ri5 Currency. Tbe banks of Phil. KACBLUI D.M. indebted to.the subscriber for aub- MAY MANNING... .
By ALL persons : the Governor Madaris' ii now prepared' to receive ardors f tWine .
l4slpbi& aye about 'wwfog'certificates for $ 5,p April XQ tda 3 e to ,the Floridian, .advertising. at: Peb- 87. lNt-4iy! -J- Br J.M'C4wrs. Secretar, ef Florida.- from the !Island 6r,opri.r qo-luy. V .

'IpLd 120 for printing, previous to, the I8lh' January, are repeclfully _, 1'0U. '"eo'1ft': *f Tb, Win known '1,, MiddJ f1f"tla--a1u..
u temporarycubrtituet Notice. .ted to cail at the office and settle ''LL' indebted to:tho eaUla of MAKUBKLTOH ; '
B roque persona n.ee'9M '"Ift I_
'SaJe ; I-.W u lo& brand, wa toon
u DOte& Why not maoa&cture 'swnecoin I SIX' Weeks after date'IsliaO apply' to the U n., heir accounts' either bj note orothery.r, QJa': A deemjta1*her_, notified to mtk ;I -R( .L R-L-BAItLR 8 Df uf aDd .Isd an If ia a jruaranUf* that a moat aU',>Mior article V

-.I 000IIIIIIq r 'data'iiic1, -IMJfer' ,: oah"the 'Judge of Iho Countv Court ol .nt Florida Mo..yt Will for1 the' pr mt,?" rceived .I i untdiate .paYQICRI.I''and lboa.fc..i.|f clam 'c.I .. CnNt d..to. ,"it.Si.- will be rereired when""erden. ', '.

.1tozce ::1sift&n iDlMIal.b I.J. fir totters of admInistratIon'on in pajtBtft.tUiJow.1 : will pre. tiltlwm for "' .Mttlement..tsI a u-n .ot M Also, Ch ice and taUst prttf Dahlia R.et V 5 EDWIN W.' DORSZY.TallakaaiM .

I .. ." the .ate .f G tor ft WrCoi eland. : ;, ; ','/t '" -. $:. 8IBLEY.Mtehsl3. I JOHN W. LAV1NUS _a < LLBAER. 'I I Nor 18,1849.UCBAIlUEi. -- ..
_thspthle 1 $ 30
roles, : P. TaHahawoi Feb. 80
o 34 Qoa1ifteJEneufltt
bet JI ,.. .t:" '.80M. : .' 33 Jan 9, Ian
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SIX *.ks after. No1'ICE.data, applieatlfeMtl* be made, T! : ._ .1'r r. ..- al:: I fTonira,la.r*the' lJe. t.: ( ,; ,!MJ.I. To-.- 1! .J UIs'I.:. J ":

the Hon. the J.dtj .f the". (" Court to* the manifest' abe"aeosiVlr ao o pnri- OUT THE ADELPHI f.OMr> ; ,of s fd for. W7HERtAS, hereto/ore, to'wil.,on :the MTenteenth HEIEt8toGI ..

of Leon county for letters of Administration on lylnglbe aod, htqne.ls r. andafiduipgthem z..'OTEL. / anct.V. n'to !thjs higheSt ,cd.r"br't V V : day of lonmbt.n the" year of o tlr.rl, .i: I..
.prP I I jss
the: ttU of Bilaa.3. Taft laU.of .*aid eoumy de- with : tone.and i 'E! hundred I I of the barjking hocjn Ct'. of 11 our'Lotd ontb sol twentyniae on. thoof 'h hUncs th .e
tan .January! 1,840.' city .Tallahassee, between tbeboar Charter of Incorporation was', on charter of( .ne tir. t
certified which been .rnte. .
e. public Board and the o'clock A. and 4 o'clock P. &'. omWednesdaythe 1
AMOS M. ALEXANDER. LciDr by day, $2 h .I. the conditions, limitations,an l tbreil lative Council .of the 'r.mt. 11
and in almost _species of disease to which Dinner. : 6th Ul"said abarta eing for- "
evry 1 April.Ip of the *
Port Leon,March 21'. 1841. 3& 0 provided, by tbe to be established the onoi'I
the human foiled under the axn.ndedcharter.of said bank, for Lrilla\ye.Councl Balk City
frame- ,i liable, the happy effect olMQFPATS Supper. of Florida-to tlM>name and t I iboM jrbo.hoold 'rln '
-NOrOE. PILLS and HOENIX BIT Brcakll'ast. tjS I nonpayment o interest upon stock notes,viir-' style tor of; the n.luc or FLoawu," ,ar.d to lthO .id Bank, tbek HOle a ti

.Gs'IX,weeks after date; application' will be made TEaS! bar UE gratefully and publicly acknowledged L.gin. 51 te n"m.f who should Subscribers to the said tlurk, conditions, limhattons.un and ad assign; a.
r to the Honourable Judge .f the County Court ben Br and.Lodging. 5 0 per month. Share Shares. their b.OI a.ip-And wheeaa all. said Charter,which rtJct. "
Madison of Adannutralion bribe persona benefited, and who werereviousty '4 the do .Utce.ors ad aid Bnk .iAeorpobsd
county, (or tellers by quarter. 4 O Willism Wyatt 163 A. K. Aflhso 31 !on the seventeenth day of February, In the year of the name and style ot by
." th estala of Thomas Anderson of said county. onaeqoaln.ied wi h the btatifully phi. Bor without.Lodging. <<> A. B. Blackwell 232 Claude J.cminot, 20CtOkey one thousand eight hundred and thirty- Fio DA."-And whereas "CanA Bu
S '
d.ced..' Ihcl principle.. ,upo.hic they consequent-... .I ,"bytlteqwter3OO0 do 4- Wilson 160 Alex. Campbl, U or th Lr, act wu passed by th Governor and Legialadro day oFebrnaryIs all o. )j. ,

JOHN W., AND' ; ON. i, f .t. .J. Children and colr servants t.I"pr. Traits David Brwn t W.I. Hill 14 Council of the Territory of Florida, t ,.!*!*. hundred 11nrOeLf..
M ", 1841 35 fall 28 unc ,
LIFE MEDICINES recommend.themselves "nat 'P.terW.Ganti.r..r.U amend said Charter of Incorporation, .appear the WisUtive Council
4 NOTI of form and Theirfiret I Frida.
every deteriplion. by da/ 1 0 Frederick ScoO, 67 and and of said amendment of re* I of
X weeks after dale w'e wmapply.to the Hoc.. t W.Cbpm& corporation, thenor incorporation,-Aad I
I operation! ia to J!looen from the coats of the by month, 25 J. T. J. Wilson, 247 ((1Theophilua wh,
,. John! C. MrGheo, Judge Tof ihe County Courtof ti 0 cord in the office of the Secretary of on the twelfth day of February, in the ll
'',li'on county for'1 \t.ri ot Administration stomach.i i.'i and''bowels, the. .various./ \\puritie. and ii ; Candle I.tFir laaae L. Hill 10 Hyman, !of Florida, as wall as by the public statutes of the Lord-one thousand eight hundred snd Jn

P on :h. e"latflof Wade ULimb, 1 alii of said county cruditk.constantly.! squynff arqupd themi Dd to glo; 50 Jas. J. 76 J.L H. Demilly, 6 Territory of Florida, printed by authority of tho an act was passed by the Governor a t.I,

deceased. "KOWIN D. C0I EMAN, I rent ova ,the hardened feces wuiqh! collect! in the ; e month, 10 00Gentlemen John R.Chapman. 11JOHN$ Governor and Legislative Council of the nme,- Council of the Territory r!*.

EDWARD A. HCIR.Marr convolutions. of the in ,tin... thmedicines will be charged in all cases by ihe G. GAMBLE, Prest. An whereas also, a law ..passed by the Go\ sid Charter of ot'Orld.Jlnb l!a il *
.malel unless they stipulate for longer : March 13,1841-Ids and Legislative Council of the said Territory enrollment.of 1
3 .rnor
h 1 3J841, -33 ]J5' ; sid cay lrO.Acoun original lId Charter ofiieJJL
only partially'cjeanse .these,
\. are expected to b sellled a of Beef Cattle Wanted. on the fourth day of March, in th year of our ien, and said additional and amead.ior ;
.Q'J'SCE. 'i such collected masses behind aa to produce habitual every THE subscriber will give the higbesk price for Lord one thousand eight hundred thirty-nirw record in tie office of the Secmtaryofthti*-.&

cv' '.x mon>hs after date,tne ifndeisijn.J willap- coativetiess with all.its.train, of evils, or sudden WM.P. GORMAN, for the Proprietor, .tl fed cattle, o being dffitvercd at authorising and requiring the District Attorneys Ctl of Florida, a well,by the public Uilenif7;
W County Court. !
plyYo ir. Hon."JudjeiL"eon diarrhea, with i. imminent dang.f. This fact i.wel is 24. DAVID F.WILS. ON: his Tan Tallahassse. said Territory to institute the requisite legal proceedings Territory! by of
Toi letters of pilm.ion: as AdminUlnilor of the ofForld.p'lnted .athori.r.L
ctaliof Robert deceued, in right ol known to all regular anatomists who examine John C. Jacob, J.D.GALBR.aIH.Feb. against such Banking Incorporations in I. vernorand ep atlY 1. e G t. _

'his tife, Ehtabelh Copeland G Ponder. .. I II. he human bow ,ls aler death.; and hence the preudice'oi Measurer and lr of Lumk for th 20. 181.Jntiysetic. their respective Districts, a might have incurred I. whereas alsoa law was D'.ed i b, t IAl"
forfeitures of their Charters by and to GOIO
Jinti-bilious Pills .0.1 Legislative Council of ihe
1 I. W. G. PONDER, Adm'r. t lhose .etf\ men against L Sf Territory .
quack Chai-
the same effect, so that tho said the fourth of o
% day
prosecute t in
Maicli gQ. 1P4 :734___ medicines, or medicines prepared and heralded to OFFERS Ii. Mnice. to may please PRBPARED BY ten might b declared null and void, by the Judgment one thousand eight March Hundred the}er, Hr Lard

NOTICE. \ the world by ignorant person*. Tho second effect upon March him.14.1940.Chare moderatn. C. E. HAYNES M. D. of the proper Courts in said Districts.-An.l rising and roquirin/ and Ibirjr,

weeks after'date the undersigned, will, ap of the Life Me'dicinej, islo. cleanse the, 'kidneys and 'alaf.Ne. 3 Spa whereas,Charles S. Sibley. Attorney the Unite.1 Territory to institute DiLiC.AUIII

SIX; to the Hon. the Judge of the County bladder, and,' by this meu.' /tbe; liver and lungs, Valuable lands for Sale. of justly Gg. which are win States for the Middle District of Florida, prosecuting ings against such banking incorporations'

Court of Leon county, .or l letters of administration the healthful action of which THE[ subscriber having a greater quantity THESE their way to pre-eminent popularity, for said Territory, hath appeared on this day, respective distncts, have it av*
depends than i. desirable for hi. cultivation .
entirely upon own
on the cslate. of Charles Black.iflece'aiecJ. ., are suited lo all cases requiring either mild aperi in behalf of said Territory, and by him the Couil of thw charters b, *KMT, Inem
the regu'arity of the The Fers for sale three valuable plantations! -one,situated tars
urinarvorgans. a understand and aA t
KAYMOND is be informed
ROB'T.. REID. here given thai
active cathartic medicine the
ent or prepared by one t same to effect thai C!
Tallahassefi. Marleh' 4 IB4J' 33.r ilood, which takes red coloilrolntbeagCflcy of on Black Creek, about thirteen miles east thesaid"Bank Florida".illh tip' of Leon and s R cu
; ii.r hundredacres of Ihe oldest physicians in the southern country- county might be declared null and void by !
the liver and the from TaU.ha.c containing thirteen Middle District aforesaid, :huh forfeited it. Char tb
Citation. before it passes into tbe having been tested by more than ten years experience of iho proper Courts said District jcl!
of cultivation
600 of which are in a high t.te ,
IX weeks after date 1 shall apply to the Hon. heat, being Ihui urified by hem, and nourishedby ,the residue mostly rich hammock land, with in hi. private practice before they were offer. ter and all the franchise,priviegP ati8 rights immunitios a*;Charles S. Sibley Attorney of tha UaiiMl*

S the Judge of Len County Court, for letters of food Doming from a t'Jeaii 'stpmach l course all the necessary farm houses and outbuildings ed to the public, and having, whenever fairly tried thertby conref y non.wJT,and he halh for Iho Middle District of Florida, pro tW.

Administration de inntu ".n upon .the Estate of freely} the veins have not been been preferred to all other article of similar form, prayed lhat a tciiejaeiui might insue according ti aid :Territory bath appeared on this
renews of the the rsied upon this plantation day
Charles Black late of'Leon County deceased. every par crops br'iii'ibe' Another abonl are confidently recommended .greatly superior law,to summon tho said "Bank of Florida, IP appear of taid Territoryand by him the Coon bsra 0 khl
system, and triumphantly mounts the nner of before this Court, at the time and
TlTRBETT BETTON. .orp.s distance, northeast from Tallahassee, for general use, to every other known remey. proper en luundersland and bemformedhattk*aL -<* .
Tal'shasftee' ?March G 32 6t health in the blooming.cheek. about 700 acres, of rich oak and hicko.ry Reference to priuted certificates in te of( place, to show cause if any it could, why the said tralBana of Florida"at the said CounVyrfL t&

NOTICE. Moffal's Vegetable Life.Medicines have been umtaining land.; Wi.lh.QQor JP acres i in cultivation! ; andanotherin the agents. For sale by Charter of Incorporation should not bo repealed, in t Middle District Florida afo..i f' ?
null void
Q.1X. .months after date, I nh&ll apply to the thoroughly tested, and pronounced a sovereign; Hamilton.county, about ten mile from Tallahassee, Jan. RANDOLPH. a LEWIS. and THEREFORE declared YOU ARE HEREBY COMMANDED I ..Carer.and all the ( "

iohV i Judge'of the County Coui.i of JeffcrRtn remedy for DY.'fplil. Flatulency, Palpitation of tie Suwannee Springs, containing about 2000 3 That you make known to the said rights thereby confer! Ji .-

cnuiily, for a tinnl settlement and discharge the heart, He.rlbujn .nd He.d. acres,. small part in cultivation, with farm ntuscsAte. NOTICE. "Bank of Florida," and all the : CSKA, and bath prayed 'that a ,elMa etight

from the administratorship of Lillleberry! Walker. ache, Reslleasneas,Apptit Anxiety, Languor This land i.of superior qialily for ,t., culture ALL persons indebted to the subscribers by noto I Directors and Stockholders Preident"CIiers, tha they issue tral Bank according of Florida to law lo, to smmon -
late of baid county deceased. of sea inland cotton. account on the 1st 1841, are before Cfc.it
January tli
ad ostivene before the Judge 0'( our Superior Court of the .pe.r
Melancholy Cholera the time and
TITtE' BERRY PARSER, Adm'r Di.rhe Also a tract of 400 acres, at the natural bridge earnestly requested to come forward and settle the I Middle District Florida for the County of Leon, at proper .ho cause if
f Fevers. of'.U kinds, Rheumatism, Gout, Dropsies St. about 11 milei cut of T.IUhaweej an further any ilrould. why the said Charter of Inei
Jan 16, 1841. on Mak. .ouli same indulgence will not b given. No I the fourth Monday in next such .rB,rv
_Notice. __ of all kind. Gravel, Worms, Asthma and Consumption ; this tract i ia a aluia.oi. account will be continued for iho present year, excepting on other time the Courtmay January be or to, at tion should! not be preened and drlaed null IB4

Scurver, Ulcers. Inveterate Sore, Scorbutic upon it there is also a fine mil seal, greater with those of our customers who have been I a in the adjournrd void:
tho Court House ceand
IX months after dale, 1 shall apply to the lion City ofTalahl "HERKFORE: YOU ARE
S '' Eruptions'and Bad Complexion, Eruptive water power.than any in l* Florida.These punctual in paying their, accounts with us. of Leon show, if for HEREBY COM
Judge of ij;. County Court of Jeffrrson land be sold at prices, and BETTON & FISHED.Jan. County to any thing they )MANDED That yon make knows tbe
County 4or a final ccttlement and discharge from I Complaints, s.llowcloudy and other disagreeable; reasonable wil., and if mterate, purcl4tr Ihermelvis have or can say. why Ihnnaid Charter "Ccniral rank of Florida.and all Presidents.t saU Director

the administratorship of JEIEMIAH Daxw late ol r Complexion, Salt Rheum, Erycipilas, Common have Union Bank Stock a part of lie 2 oflncorporation tho'-Bank ol Florida" should ?, and Stockholders thereof -

'.. __ county, deceased. RACHEL DREW Colds and Infurnu, and the various other complaints can upon W BUADENDe On Consignment, not be repealed, annulled, and mad void, and all they be before the Judge of our Superior Court(bit
9. 1841 Adrnininratrix. purchase. ChariOtees m-lable lor or foul. immunities, privilege sad franchises, by of
nuary two librtiC the Middle of
.. which afflict the human, frame.. In Fever 21 TWO D..trt Florda for the County f
for sale CASH ol r be sion and
NOTICE. cheap for nquire same conf.rrcd tizedlr.to pnse! on the fourth
I.Ague particularly! the Life Medicines 'have been miss c. WARD MAY control uf andfurthrr, to do and LonI Modayof April next after
month. after date, 'J,1I n .apply' to th .ITH 4- Territory =Ie of this writ or such other ,
SX mini eminent/! successful-so mucl 1 Ihat in WILL open a Talahasee on the Jan.2, '1841. 24 receive what Hie said Court then and there of it, bo timuslli
of Jefferson Court adjourned at the
le of the County Court, may ,
: the Fever & Ague districts, physicisns universally Monday of January Girls, and them, in ibis behalf, shall .convi er aflddirect. Coar HOOI
aid of Leon, the
POll y, for a foal settlement and discharge from and Boys under twelve of Her vchnol Choice & Fragrant Perfumery, Ac., And futh.ercommnaiidad to County a city of TllahN.i
of Christopher Smith, late I prescribe,them. years .go. jounre give lid County to show, if thing ,
the A JmfniMralorship any ,
room will bo in the lower story Mr. CUTTER'S ROSE; Rowland's Macauar Oil ; notice of the institution of ihis by tl.j Itm
.of said county 4eeCII etr. All!! that Mr. Moffat require. of his patient, is new house, in Monroe street. OTTO Cologne ; Florida Water ; in proceeding Delves h.ve. or can say why the sid Chjt of
some public
f C. W. D",WITT.r. ...drnr. .lo be, arlicnlar in taking the Life Medicines strictly Miss SMITH engages to teac-h all the branches: Lavender. Rote and Orange flower Water ; the publication Middle District hereof;Floridalor the space newspaper of three in Incorporation of tie "Cenla Bank of FI.ri Vshould

Jan 1C. 1841._ according tu the directions. I is not by a newspaper usually required ; and hopes, by her exertion in Bears' Oil ; Antique Oil ; months from the day I.f the date ( and that and all not b re..aledanno.led, and maZe void? .

Adtntnatrator's Notice. notice, nor by any thing that he himselt the promotion of lier pupils, to render general sa- Almond Soap ; Cocoa-nut Soap ; VOM make returns of this writ and herclf proceed the rJht., privJegrs'aini:
T OTlCli:; UKKbUy: GIVEN, That I shall may franchises, by .me tmlered. jnt
IS tisfaction. English
: Wint.r Soap ; b '
in he thereon, on the first day ot the next term of I
their/ivor.thal hopes to gain credit. ings i and control of
ill two months after date, pl'"lI'mt my accounts say I TERMS, rER QUARTER Naples' and Crem da Savon ; possession lid TenitoI
8huio f
of the of| ia alone by the results of a fair trial. this Court. and further. to do and receive .
and vouchers to the Judge County,ourt Oithoraphy and Reading, $ .0 Toilet : R.L. B,ker'l Teelh Powder;I WITNESS-RICHARD G. WCLI.FORD, :

Leon, for a cettlemenl of the minislralion of Moflat'c medical Manual..designed at I The above, with Writing and Arithmetic, 8.0 Kent' Durable Ink ; Toth-bru.bes ; Clerk of our said C.tirl. this l l&'lli day then and and thereof it and them, in this khaltaib4consider !j

the estate of James. ,Branch. deceased. a domestic guide to health. Thin little pamphlet,I The above, with English Grammar, Geography Tooth-pickn ; Hair-brushes ; day January A. O 1811, and the six direct,-And you are further commanded .

1 JOHN BRAN.CH.February edited by W. B.loffa 375 Broadway, N. York, and lilorj 10.00 Powder PufTs ; Pnslon's Smelling Salt! *; I ty filli year of t Ihe Indrprndt-nce, .f t>>e Unit to give notice of Ihe institution oft hi.proceeding

61841.Administrator's_ _.___ hns been published for the purpose of Tallahassee 2.1840 22 At-so-Family MEDICINE CHKST3.: -for aisle I ed Slate of AniTira. in,by the publication Middle hereof some public ..
explaining and paper District of Florida fcr
the fR. the
Notice. at Drug Store ,
Chemicl .
IJ. G. WELLFIKSD.:: Clerk of
?X MONTHS after date, I "hall apply to the more fully Mr.1ufat'.theory diseases, and will NOTICE. BAKER I space of three month? from the day of the dais
Judge of tho County Court ffe son coun. be found highly inUrcsttnf to persons seeking! I(HEREBY notify all pr:ns, that the firm of! Tallahassee, Jan 2. 24 I2t Beiry's Row this Superior Court oftie FJorlda: lld.le fcr Leon Oi.lrid County. hereof! ;and thalyou! make return oft s writ sod of

ty, for a finnj settlement and diccharge Irom the helth. I treat upon prevalent diseases,and the :PKNGLER M LYMAN is this day dissolved; your proceedings tnei eon on the fnt day or Dut
: and that I will not b. responsible (or any tran.aa Los or Mislaid. term of eur lid Court.
arlmihistraiorfbip deceased.of ALEXANDER R MVaR.Aylate causes thereof. Price !cents-for sale by %Ir.MotTat's tinl made by the said LYMAN in the name of the NOTE h.od for Iwenly-two dollars giver I JOTICE i i' hereby siren of the foregoing pro- JVjTxtss-RICHARD G.

.of said oounty, BURWELL M'BRIDE, agents generally. firm. A. SPENGLER.Tallabai"ee A by George Young to the Subscriber, dated i reeding to all persons rcnlimed and concerned Clerk of our said Court, WELLFOR

Decamber U 1840 21 I Administrator. ;1c These valualle Medicines are for sale by Dec. 5, 1840. 19 some time in January last. All person are ear therein, as I am thereby directed. January A. D. I 1841. *nd cixlv-fillb ey)rir
RANDOLPH & LEWIS. lioned against trading for the said note. A liberal: I I LFIGI1 READ. of Arnetjpai Independence.a. .* .
Administrator's Notice. 5 J9Garea NOTICE. reward will bf given to the finder on returning it I Marshal of the Middle! Piiirirt of Florida, 6. WELLFXRD.. Clerk of
having claims aeamut the estate Dee 4 LL Persons indebted Subscriber by Jan. JOHN "'. KACHLERD. 31
ALL persons t lie July, 1840 49 JAM ES C. WELLS. 23.5 by the SuperiorCourt of the
David Willie, deceased, late of Leon county and Flower Seed a Note or account previous lo 1841 will dowel MiddleDutrietofFlorida

will present them for adjustment ; and lliose WK: received direct from the Unl 1 settle the same, the currency of the Country Tin Ware manufactor TERRITORY OF FLORIDA, 1k., Lon County.T ..

indebted to the said estate, will come forward and S.ei'.f &aktn," in Enfield an present is taken, .nd all Notes .nd .eounl THE Subscriber continues to carry on the abov;: Marshal the Middle
settle the same. JOAB WILL I. alortment of seed*. which we warrant which are not Settled before next Su r Court, in all its branches, and keep constantly To th of Dirc JOTICE is ej.e"jy gfven of the foregoing prei. -

Nev.21 1840. 17 Adm'r.Itliddlc lo b fresh, genuine, and growth of 1840. will L put into an hands for Colection.. and on hand general RlrtmenL which he of greeting : w feeding to all persons mentioned,, and eoRcerae -
BERRY &DOWLING. Specie required AUII same' fete al wholesale or retail purchaser H EREAS, heretofore to wit: on the eighth l therein, .I am thereby directed.

District, Jan. 16.. 1841.-fit _..ntjttft .*.... TX7 s>4 **..f4mt\tm, .A .< m.#i.n c M money Ait I.n_ WM. H. FRANCIS.Sep vy dav of February in the rear of our Lord LEIGH READ.
as.vaaa **\.lllvi wwi S sBUW PVIBI S sstsac9 JVM ia-
L.('dn''S perior Court. / 9 on-e hundred Marshal of the Middle
26 thousand and Florida,
Munroe'lree. eight thirty-two.a Ch.r Di.tid.r
CABINET ern longer indulgence cannot given.
MAkiNG ;
tobert H. Berry. }inpit"damai'ell $4.000, _ subscriber thankful WM. b. FRANCIS. Cotton : ter of Incorporation .
vs. Vattachmerit March for 13 1 149930. is. THE past fsvour JteapecHifully T.labase Feb. 6th. 184 1. 28 2m. subset ib.r, Wellhlnl.THE of Colon, Council of the Territory of Florida to such persons THE PUBLIC.THE .
Jonathan. GsulJen.Jsued ;1841. re'urn- should subscribe to the stock of certain Bank
... as a ,
informs the cilizensof PI[,RASE TAKE NOIICE.'I an act passed at the nation informs the
able A. D. 1841.
to April Ierm lubribr respectfully
Tallahassee of the tl) be established in the Town of Magnolia' and eiti
'and all itat led f and vicinity that B. & CO have received Legislative Counri. respectfully informs I and more generally
defendant BULL
are just new Talaha.ee.
lt. should with the of said t ci
provisions Charter,
he the that he comply
THE continue.
notifisa'of the institution of said i- U 14 to carry on the and fashionable Hats of Beaver Silk or public prcpard to weigh Colton zen of surrounding counties of the
t' r Cabinet Making bnoinen in either in this city or at the Railroad Dcp't.Hi. .- which said! Bank wa incorporated! by the name aiiiIstyle of Florida. also' of the adjacent counties TeriD
suit by a'tachrr.cnt, and are hereliy required to appear Mole Skin, which they offer to the public reasonably : of "THE MEKCJU.NTS PLANTERS' BANS Gt.
and plead to the declaration: filed in said case j .1 its variety the old stand for specie or its and for the currency .clc. are manufactured al the same .place all MAGNOLIA ,ad whcraas AND : gia that he has .tablied Liiuselfin the
fuiulent I al"ol or. the twelfth
Bless and Ihose used by the United Slate and -
to the form of the statute in such casa I Ribld. opposite of Middle rates becomelh I generally, DRUG
according hiade and Col. Wyslt's where hew conscience. Floia a.ucl I likewise by iho weighers of colon in the city of day of February in tho year of our Lord one thou- AND CHEMICAL BUSINESS,

1 provided. iV,bo happy to receive orders from his friend and New York and have been examined Ly the: Inspector anJ eight huiulreil and thirty-two, an act was in the city of Tallahassee at No.3 Berry Row,
CUAS. S. SIBLEY, Af.v.: of PI. Also a assortment of clothing, Cloth
god the ,
Governor and !
Sidcboar.Is Bureau's e. of scales and weight* of .id city and passed by Legislative Council of (one the Pott
March rot 1841..-3m 24 the public gener.lly. and furni. simcres and Vesting, from the coarsest to proved the of.'loridalo amend said Charter dl from Office.)
ture of every description,made in a fashionable and fined. Please call and witness for vourselvc correct. Price of weighing, 10 cent per bale.D. Territory thp quality of bin stock of Medicines 4-c. he
J 11/;. Coleman, ) MADISON SUPERIOR CoveT manner and on reasonable term, and M. SHEFFIELD.Weigher of Cotton.Ta of Incorporation;-And whereat also, on the fifteenth can safely and confidently! recommend the

v* > .'prilterm,A. D 1841. lub.lntia he by stricl attention lo business to merit NOTICE. llaha *s Ce. O :t. 12.9. f day of !February in the year of our Lord of the Public ; from his knowledge and t long cxperience u

- .Abrahkm. Bell* )Attachment in .sump it for and hope receive a liberal share of the patronage .f the THE Subscribers offer for sale the followin g ar KIRKMAN ABERNXTHY. &. HANNA. one thousand right hundred and thirty-four an in the bnsinc, with I.il extensive al
$143 48. public. .*, low fur CASH- ; act was passed by the Legislative Council of the 1uliranc with the most Northers and

T liE defendant and all others interested areherebynotiEedof JACOB BLESS.N. Cognac Brandy half pipes and qr. casks Commission merchantstftto Territory of Florida, supplemental to the said EuroD an Houses hi. selections respectable can relied on.

the institution of said B. All kind furniture repaired on re.son- HollandGin in bbl*. Okar. Charter of Incorporation, .appear by the original i- Genuine b

_ nuil by attachment! 'returnable to naid, term, and able term. %WhUkcy do Referto R.K. Call, Bom) enrollment of said Charter ol Incorpr.tion. Drugs. Ckmieal Patent Medicina,

'll-ey are hereby required lo appear and P.lid! to Tallahassee! Sept. 7lh.. 1839-tf L.rd.in kegs Jnn. 17 1839. 24tf and said amendment, and said (, littmi.tt. Paint t.Oil*, Gt.S.t"
_ the declaration filed in raid case accerding to law. Floor, Molasses record in the office of the Secretary of the Territory and extensive
an of
CHAS. 8. S1BUEY. Corn, Hay !of FI.ridl, 8 well as by the public statute of the 4
The that Dr.
March 13, % AIt" of Pit!. extraordinary for this reputation is Spohu'sremedy Manhsden and Cod Fish in bbls From Columbus, Ga., t Apalachicola, Fla. :Territory of Florida printed by authority of the

distressing complaint everyday Boxes Pickles, in quart jar. Four Horse Post Coaches. 'Governor and Legislative Council, of the same, likewise numerous FANCY ARTICS ; of
Edwin Coleman' '. ) MADISON, SvFciuoa COURT, gaining is certainly a matter of much astonish 300 bbls. Lime. And whereas aUo, a law was passed by the Gover. which he will dispose of to town and eutr
r That much should have .
S exiiit.ed
.. Term A. D. 1841. so suffering
April McNAUGHT ORMOND.Port nor and Legislative Council of said Territory, friends and.dealera, on the lot liberal terms, .t
& on
John Hogan. ) Attachment in Aasnmpsil for fyr ages without any discovery or any meic. Leon. March 20th. the fourth day of March, in the of Wholesale and retail !I
year our Lod
f 708 45. nal preventive or cure, is truly a subject He also endeavored meet the public taste,
thousand eight hrndred and .
Watches one !a
defendant in said cae and all others in regret ; but Dr. S. now assures the public that Jewelryftc thirty-nine, "ulo t
THE: ,. r 1,1 I'Jelly notified .9f Ihe institution such a remedy .been invented as will convincethe r.,HE Subscriber has on Via Flec Fort Gain Blakely Porter's rizing and requiring the District Attorneys lid by establishing a

of ".id suit by attachment returnable to said most credulous. Tho principles upon which it hand a very handsome Brc', Ga., and Inrinton, Territory to institute tho requisite legal proceed Soda Water Fonntala!!

'trrm. and they are her.h; requited to appear and acts are simple and plain. Il is an admitted factthat assortment of Watches Jew. I Ala. ings against such Banking Incorporations in their on a new and highly improved prineiplj wbicb

'plead to I the declaration filed in said case according this complaint, whether called Sick Headacheor A dry, Plated Ware, Silver 30 HOURS Stage travel from Colum respective Districts, a might have incurred forfeitures makes and renders the Medical quality of the water .
Spoons, Cutlery, &c., which ONLY of their Charter by n0n-jerand to more efficacious and
to law. CHAS. S. SIBLEY; Nervous Headache arises primarily from tie .to New Orleans, in splendid Coaches, prosecute agreeable.
stomach Ihose be offers for sale on his usual the same to effect, so that the said Charters PRESCRIPTIONS- Alecicine, sod PUita-
March 13. 1841-3m ,33.AU. > of Plff. who think they have the Nervous n a level and beautiful road along the banks of mightbe -Family
Headache, 'may rest assured that thia organ, the 1 !terms. He will receive new he Chatlahnochee River. declared nul and void by the Judgment of the tion supplies carefully put up;and the must strict

4 L'ROCLAM4TIO {, tvnvch, is Ihe first cane, thai the system has become supplies during the winter. DAYS OF DEPARTURE. proper in slid District-And whereas, attention will h bestowed lo the accuracy and execution .

By Robert Raymond Reid Governor of the vitiated or debilitateJ, through the stomach, WATCH REPAIRINGIs From Columbus, on Tuesdays and Fridays, Charles S. Sibley, Attorney of the United States of all oref.
I Territory of Florida. I and that only through the same channel must they attended to with a much ability and prompt- 6 o'clock A. M. for the Middle Di.tric of Florida prosecuting forsaid The hopes through awidaitv,and attention

r a restoration of the natural and healthy t.ss at any shop in the Southern conntr From Chatlahoochee on the Territory, appeared on this day on behalf to bu.in.to engage and merit saarsof
reason lo believe that Robart Arm Ort 3 FREDERICK TOWLE. same day.and same of said and him the
HAVING late assislant Quartermaster in the or the system. This object, Dr.Sphon'sremedy time after the arrival of tho U. S.Mail fromApalachicola. Territory by Courl hereis public
is Bat to and be inlormed ptronag.ROBET L. BAKER.
eminently calculated to attain. The NOTICE. given underl.nd that the

service of forgery of the, 'I and erritory 111"0 that of Florida he ha* purloined, h. been from-guilty trnlli of this position cannot be controverted, and D UtYING my absence from Florida. Barton C. Persons desirous.via loIaand of.going meeting from at Columbus, Ga., said "The Merchcnts' and Planters' Bank of Mae.nolia" Dec. _No 3 Berry's Re'.
the sooner sufferers with the headache become uf Monliccllo is at the county of Leon, and Middle
thc Executive office of the Territory Territorial Pop my agent altorney. to New Orleans, will find this by far the D.tric NOTICE.
convinced of it the will their JOHN chespt aforesaid,balh forfeited its Charter! and
sooner sufferings end F. TUCKER. the late
Bond, to a considerable 'amount, regularly filled and mOL expedition, as well as the al th or taken from the store of Cr
franchise and inimunht LOST
in restoration of health. Dr. Sphon hi. t iesthereby
'Up with the exception of my signature. I do here. reputation or. this fact. The pledges janB mol comfortable way, .it intersects the greatBrvnswik conferred"riviege.riht., he liulh that S'KNLE I LT."AW. sundry QUARTR.MASTER' -
by. AS Governor of Florida, offer a reward of prufe.iona remedy For Sale, and Florida Line at Chnltahoochoe, t. issue.nt pr.tyed I CERTIFICATESamouDtl fa1!
dollars! for his apprehension and delivery lye may at the apolliecarios. HANDSOMt: LIGHT BAROUCHE, with making travel of but 30 hour. by It.ge.tonughthl teirtfei might according to law, to sum to about 8 Cr.made .
the said "The Merchants' o.
btulf.c In all acidity or sourness of stomach this reme. A I mon Planters B.nk
any legal and authorised civil officer of the Ter. harness complel for Iwo hornes, by whole route. Time from Columbus to Mobile, of to before Rouse; 1 f
d is and invaluable lami- Magnolia appear Court [
sovereign : a general the
Vilory. ) a LeonFeb.8. WM. M'NAUGHT. 54 hours. a mat Ali : and the rest are made
4 ly medicine it ia now adopted by many of the I.or For Ihe Proprietor proper.time and place, and shew C.U9 if any itcouldwhy firm of Spengler k p1ab.IOd.
K. S. the said Charter of .
It sickens
monl respectable never the Incorporation should ICIP
,By UJP Governor, Gov.of Fla. f.mi. Remedy Summer WILLIA1 CADY.Chattahoocher. be and declared All persons :r hereby -.Via, .
stomach or any the unpleasant effects fo Dy.e lrh not repealed null and void the said
1 J'MX AKTB, Secretary of Florida. Plouc. January l,18tO. 2 tf THEREFORE YOU ing crfcate. .
March 13.1841. of pbyitic.Directions. Complaint*, Coi Spasm HEREBY COM DocS, A. spG L.R
3 for .accompany each bottle. all the *, this Medicine has Choice and Genuine Drugs and MANDED, That you make knewn to the said 18 _
UI: the Superior Court !Middle District E. SPHON M. D., IN a certain remedy, both to children and Chemicals. "The Merchant and Planters Bank Magnolia NOTICE YAL&i*

r of Florida. Proprietor and Inventor adulta. Numerous testimonials are given of i ARO'S LONDON CALOMEL and all Presidents, Directors, C..bief and THE aubriber offer for sale, his

;JrjC( CHAICCMY.) For sal. in Tallahasne. by efficacy, which may be seen where the Medicine is. 11\do do Tartar Emetic ; ; holders thereof. that they appear before the Stock being the East PLANTATION half of the N.on Wi th.ArIDo.tlalaat quarter ef!.,

Between Andrew G- Norwood A rr) Feb2 47 ..RANDOLPH. LEWIS. sold. Prepared by Robert S. Benr.rd, Norfolk,V. do do Aulimonial Powder ; of our Superior Court, of the Middle District of tion two township two North* .**

4r urnbull and Exekiel J. Moore, and Copartnership.-- For sale in Tallahasae, by do do Blue Pill Maw ; Florida, for the county of Leon, on the fourth the West h.lfoftho N. ,W.range one ofseetioa t!4'

-Jaekvn, in trade, under subscribe nep.4 6 RANDOLPH & LEWIS. elletier's Sulphate Quinine Monday in April next after the da to this writ, _quarter A''
Am.isa partner hue ihis Jay entered into such time the o township two, range one, North and East ,
the name,style and fir n of Moors Crditof THE as geneial commission and forwarding Forty Dollars Reward. do do Morphine ; or to, at uthr House aa of court said i may b adjourne the Cast half of the N.E. quarter of seeti0township e tiite,

brab tbmlin. and other nil merchants, under the style of McNuuehlfeOrraond. RAN WAY from the subscriber, residing in do Acetate do ; the City Cour Tallahassee in said county ofLon. two, range one, North and EastiM.
Filed let a very likely do Iodine; cUDtyto if known
WM. county the
Jo may er ad cltribute.& McNAUGBT. MUI.AT for as Fuller or Bcmbry piaatitwar-
COI'plaaant: and John B K' n. F..I8. JAME ORMOND. GIKL,named Francis, aged about 18 says, Henry's London Calcined Magnesia; any thing the said they charter thell. have, or can say There Is about 160 acres of I.nd.wbiCi(0t
.ninitralrix of WilliamCen.er Port 20.1840 that she to Mr. Fisher. She Moxon's Aperient Magnet; why incorporation of"The the
Len, Jj n !, questioned blor and Planters Bank of fertility of aoil, etc, may be ranked amoag
lately( deceased, DefendanU.VVT has been for some the neihbrboo ol' Balsam Coltsfoot, for coughs Mtrc.at Magnolia, should best land. in the Territory. Tb.f laada lav,'it -

appearing to the Court by affidavit, that the Gcteobofer & Davies, Talahaa. and is supposed yet 11 the Roche's Embrocation, for whooping-cough; b r.paled.nnane> and made void and all the in a few yard of the great Armenia lakswa><9pasluragv

JL -.id Mary Center one of said defendants Above COBHBI8810NMEBCHAMEW same-place. The above reward will be paid for her Martin's Liquorice Paste, for cough ; librtie., immuniie riihtl prYilcge. and fra.chis. cannot be surpassed in the world. Tk f .

resides beyond tbe Jurisdiction or this; ORLEANS.REFERENCES. apprehension all reasonable expenses, if de. Pontefrac do do do ; ,by .lme into possession ia altos new well convenient to the dwellings,*'"*
ame. York. It .-H.Bnd, livered to A. E. Harris at to Juju Past" do and control of aid Territory and farter of
Court, to wit, in the .t of New i.consideroitand jtfetara. E Tallh.a.I ; to do and receive what the said Court plenty exeelent water. ,
ordered the said defendant, Mary MAYS. Henry Aromatic Vinegar | ad Thu purchaser have from S to 3 yean ialltgence.
.' Center. admnidriitriz of William Center, lately KerrAKirkMy, N. B.-If the said negres Is harbored by a With a general assortment of PATE there, in this bhalf shaH en.ide and direct,,and There ia now growing a fine a op ef,CQ.
Tallahassee.Mers. man the eitra sum of f 40 will be CINES and GENUINE sale you are 'to' give notice of
U eeaedd and answer said .hit given for CH.MICALS.-or th on the farm,suitable for purchaser.RICHARD .
appear romplainants
institution of this
Molyne, Witherby, Coo. Livcrpo and at the and Chemical proceeding ky publication .
of the offender. Drug ,
.bill of eomplaiat! Within four months rr the date prosecution of in H. CROW
Jfareh 23. ItUO. 33 ly Hickstewn Mad R. L. BAKER some public newspaper Middle Districtof
15. th
I'e. aujr JuIy4,40.18
of bill
thelstpublicatkm Crder.lherwi- :. Tallahassee,Jan 2. 2411 Berry's Row. Florida for the space of month from the 43 : _
will be taken 'tfit It..p urtbe orderedthat HOTICE.STRAYED DlMolHtiem.(Copartnership. day of the date bell, and tot you & returnof S NOTICE. -

this order pobr.ee TalUhasste of the newp.- : o itID. from the subscriber, at THE Copartnership heretofore slitting ,under NOTICE. this writ,and of your proceeding thereon, on Subscriber uide4rousf- renting eat ike
and ia tbo THE
,pnntor' published a far four O ''the ho.i of A. .I\ mile*N. W. olTaUaha name and style of Baown & GAUUIT who are indebte either by note or the first' day rtne next ierm of our said court. and Negroes) Wanjiog' tEstate o.&h .
t a'ei odea a n'.nth. in the Tanning and THOSE the WITMW.-RICHARD G. WELLFORD of Edmnod .
,' of 1849. bright HORSE a blastU Carrying Bu.io..!* i daL to of Gorman and Brook Va ,doeaased. lyiif
Dated, day Imbr his kiad feet ', .,ahis dissolved bymutual content. Hall, will call my office and settle the umeImmediatsly. Clerk of our said court, this 18th day ,Jefferson County .lor tho nut jrear, ((1841J-

ALFRED. BACH, Jug&c..lle '." .ao An1mformat1oi of aald horse, will b, The bsin.will hereafter be carried *>n in tbe a J.nuay. A. I P 184], and .izt,. nb Term will be made known upon applicatiaaUeaars.

A .' ,ratefully.aeknewleigsd.andeny person delinr..r ; name D. GALBRAITH. who M au.thori By ao doing the dosts of action at law wal be of the Independence or the Un'te States Thompson &Hazna.Jlihiep'v' .

JL. G. WELLFORD, Clerk.. him U'eKher of Ue public sUbfea' l TallsJ.". t settle the affairs'of (Wl Ultf sx>ncern. saved as all clam. unpaid will b put in at of America. the Subscriber- Wirtlaad.. ,J...* .CeaAl.lELLEiY''YV. '

Strayed, ..suhallbedalj. rl''.stdeL TMJUJ8ROWN. the first CQ" having.jurisdiction.JOSEPH. R. G.WELLFORD, Clk.HOTICE ; ..VAK. ,,i
Qsiocy. about. x.woau 00R.RS&absHit MASON W. WILLIAMS Dee 19, tU '1 BINCH.E A-mbtntH .. R'Vas*.d.caJed. ,;

eE"ON: four yaan ed I. tbror DMI. i,- "_. ____ .ea SALE.o, .' 13 Isli. is hereby c'y ,of the fonpuu Pro- 4. If ,,1I"p'i. '
to all -
whit* Awl.tod abtez.uath. r. liberal I ..n&oRM'ajdtoaocrnod - y' LW". -. 1.; ;
A epsdr Y&s GSe AsaaU Mt of UnJ Msdkines, &e., serge Edffley hasarrivod m &war thenin,at I thereby .
ward will b*fivfc for hia return,or lo e' JI Weil bit .r PgvoftUAIlTT'or: Pt.um'.rWf
W..t ..d ..4.v;fbr**) f. CIDtr r. 'Apply this Dir i prpfeaitt. LEIGH READ. I I&
wkeroM.aj| "l. Apply., at ihis a; J..,OALBRAITW. OS a ,. "lMN b \b w*Jt known, Marahalof. Ifc. Middle District of I I j r.4.ecri1i ,m1M :,..b0

t'rt 'J > .: .Yet. as, *,. And cash i his tflvo anf,; : Ja,..IS, Ty. .Jo ,F. KA CH, WR. flrd.I, J. rttafaod Dwc'r' .5 1. t by ,pui1yzagt e 4 .. .IETTnN'-nlHZer.. .. .


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