The Floridian
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 Material Information
Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: May 8, 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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NOTICE. of any violation of the rule.'and aitwles of wr,of Ferry, from.represent "pltyoe of re idenc j.entbeExcanibia the oamet *of Frbtbibbgamv M idMan1, andcsnuedjagTei cIlmai.J tIR1G !"

hiring any deowndf against John his pay and emolument, in addition to other punishment Rivpri across to hi plaaialioa oaths and Grant. We: were tnt; together on't 17.80.1 4t: :! !

ALL powni, UU af f Jefferson county, deceased, be and the same is hereby repealed. Utdoofaid Rnre for aud daring (beUra of over the of thaBtitiih izootic. pccMk idlyy'tifi: snow tIemseIyea
talking -
elder tham properly &tteted whhinlb. Approved 4tli Feb. 1841. tWOt tty years, from the passage of this act; Provided evening lyranny with conaideraoleWertiy. -
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j1l time please ptePCriWd by Iw md those who are &II7i3i that thin act shall not conflict wijnprc- xitiugrighis. Government, such as the heavy Fourthly tHat iht'casoal transraiss'wn O ;.
indebted 10 th PId doee.8ed, will mike No. 4.-AN ACT lo alter and change the name of lied, abutting op the port of Boston, the murdering this;disease tbeiiiafia4&adarief of,

to 'Wiiliim I3udd, Esquiro, Monticellopiio Martha 1'. Blnckwell!, Jeffernen county. HVC. 2d Be it further aractod. That the said of Mr. Gray's famil), sending ..criminals $; nd'Ixi- un"
ptyment to isule said Estate, Daniel Campbell, his -heirs and aw'jnees, shall 'at GloucestetihireT
II my .uthotied egent Bo it enacted by the Governor and Legislative tn England for trial land sundry other led
IIENLtY WOMBLE. Adm'r. Council of the Territory FloridaThat the njime all times kerp a good and sufScieil Sat at said w u tntinity froni :'hunari jrivVj pox, first
of imprisonment. indignation <
ferrv, tn cross loaded and partis; and he or ctri the | ot %w sin.
JVOTICE. of Maitha P. Black we'll!, of Jcffcron county, be heairi ofthu arrival of Dr. Jeoqer to nvsstgoni
LY ,erved Juror since the and i tlry shall receive such rales of ferra? as may befstaMisheJ increased by having tad'tittin elyiib.etbli it
HOS who ts LAWS OF THE TKRRITOKY. hereby changed to Martha P. Triplclt. if gular affection,
ri-I Marshal from time to timobv tlv County Court the at the lime.Ve.aprefd tint
of -ships
of Gen. LeSh! Reid and
t.intmeIIi AUTHORITY.' Approved GOt Fob. 1811. substitute for the pestilential
[tHY ] is a oore
I of Kscatr.Uii: and b iubjoct..lo the
Iistrivt of Florida *'U focei"wh1 : County, shall the ten was landed the pi'OpIecnuM? not with.
ihe Midi0 Iho Marshal's office. Passed at the Nineteenth Session of live Leg. ordeiH ot'saul Court. fatal form of tho! disease.Filthly -
at and would
by .a1l1ig No. 5. AN stand the temptation, certnrnty
ACT to ? the Mcttioa.st i E-
s dae GiO1tGE E. DCNNIS, I). M. islathe Council of the Territory oj Florida. Sfc. 3d. lie it further enactcdvThat if the said determination that when the '.disease appears., .
pieopal Church! in the of Tallahassee! it. We came toa sudden .
; City buy ..
l84l .Ji Daniel Campbell shall fail lo establish said ferry, the inferior animals i"n a .majig: ,
eec. 1st. Be it enacted by tho G-ivernor and Legislative each ule lo make sure of, it,by throwing it overboard. among
and the
Notice. 1. AN ACT last of the j npen a road through svamps on form it.: inoeculatioo, aaw-
Ni) to repeal the provision Co.mcil runt produces, by ,
of the
would inform a'l' tiote! indebted Territory ol Florida, Tint of said rivor, witbinjune'yeer from the first day We first talked of filing the ships, but we
subscriber fifth section of an act, entitled "An act In csta-, himari.
similar ,
from and of severity
[ : after thu ease
passage of thin act, the Methodist md rs
.Tni Wo either by tiote account?, or aniinip. Wish a Board of WarJcHs and ConitnUfioners of of April next, then the rig'its privileges grant (feared the (ire would communicate to the received afrfectien
for the same, if Church, Tallahassee, shall bo known and ed by this acl are to l he voiJarjJ; this act shall, at but Sixthly, that aa a mail Ia> Jits
will rtceire payment Pilolago: for the Port of Key \Vcft. town. We then proposed ttinking'them,
hit,mat tie five cent styled by the name of the Methodist Episcopal anytime hereafter, bo subj'iStbo! amended, mod. from the cpw, so likewise ,a*. the,cow
forth with, and allew per premiumrilill. Be il enacted the Governor and F Chuf-h this through fear that wa
of Florida Southern by jislativeCvancil and that William Milliard, John P. Duval, ified or repealed by any Olu're Legislation of the we dropped project cetved it from. .
B.nk or
otthe U."n After the of tim Territory of Florida, That the last Samuel S. sibley, George C. S. Johnson, Henry Stale or Territory of Flo. d*.. should alarm the town before we could get I i sT man.* t --

Life Iniurance Iwi'and. Trust l"iw claim Company.will oe placed provision of the filth xcctnn of(ho ttiat above ui' mentioned soai& ii.,' S M..t.s..w.Berry,fl1 Jonathan...... G-JPadricJi,r jnd Clirnrtoyher Al'PrOVed 10th Feb. 1341. ihrnftftk.tvilh t t.,1)l):.. ikippr.. \\\t\fW. n .. MKit.MM. w*. yw yjmild.and ,,- -. --
lOih of April act, to wit: "Provided however, y remmmed-urrbaaru tfl.8flS
lionin the hands tf an attorney, who effect with regard to the are hereby declared; to be, avbdy ;politic: and core] Na. IfA.v 1ewprirns railtigaled'disease ; and' tnat such!
forroM' extend lo, or have any I ACT to Iieoicrate the To-.vn'of Mar and concluded that we could take
j. .. .... the pofatoT jyrtliVnain>j ami style of the Tiustccs of man -
tiihniu transporting
rtciv. t the
,. same ?? .t ??., !VCT dii.. .. -,i .L..... ....J ,k.. ..... h.. ton intn., disease, reproduced by inoculation on ,
the return hay.LCX. I United State Mail, to and troni the Port of Key the Methodist Episcopal Church of TaliiNasyee, I u15i0h1-- Iiiua aIiu .u r j liii its
0teuatIl FOaMY DUVAL.MiTch26. Wast," to and hereby repealed. and as such shall be capablj, and liable in law, to I Sec. 1st. Be it enacts by'the, Governor and Le- the harbor without danger or opposition.The accords entirely in its character* m pro.

Z811tfjiiooK Approved 27th Jan. 1811. DU: and bo sued, plead und ba impleaded. and shall gi-Iali Council of tht S % of Florida, That abjection to our plan was, greaa, and In its protecting influence with.thavariolas .
make all the free white male uUbtianls, over the age of -greatest described Jen
authorikcd such byDr.
AND STATIO1tRYESTABLISHMENT. 't'tba to by-laws and regulatinr vaccinnce, as ; .
would take such of time to
twenty-one c > hen tad between Badge that it a length
years <
bn fcr inpr .
as the of his fuud'amea.lal
No. 2.-Ax ACT to incorporate the Town of Madison may neres.sary government Creek ncr ; thus ,irresistibly proving
arid the side of de
| sad Church; Provided, that such by-l.iws be not Horse Landing,-on the east carry it, through, and render us liable to small
hais received a FOLL AS- Court >e. the river St. John, and eitexcing one mile back We and all that propositioarthatecowpox pax .
subscriber jiut the of the Methodist we
HE the Governor and ; repugnant to discipline Kpiv- tection. agreed, one ,
rh Sect. 1st. Be it enacted by arid
.1.,0RTtHT of Books, Stationary, &c., Legis'ative Council of the Territory of Florida, j copal Ciiurch, the laws of tho Territory of Florida, '. from said river, shall bo and they are hereby con- would go on at the rIsk of our lives. We are bonajidedissimilar, but identical,

00jgingof- the or the laws aud constitution .of Lhs U:>itea Stales, siitijled a body politic anJ corporate, by the name that the vaccine disease-is not the preventive ,
Thai all the free white male inhabitant* over contrive the mode of
BOOKS 'und style of the 'IWn of Mandirin. and by theircorf'oriition proceeded to acconi-
BLANK i and for that have and itself
they small
purpoao may use a of small but the jthe
Journ-lf, age of twenty-one years, residing within the name and ia sued plead and our business. One of the .ships laid pox, pox
Demi aid Cap, Ledgers, DayBoki common seal, appoint such! officers as they may may sue pushing mal!.
Books. south west quarter of fraction twenty-two, of town bo impleaded, and do all other natural of British virulent and contagious diarasebeiog.a
Records A
Invoice Books, Receipt in tho think proper, and remove the same from office furimpioper j .cts as persons at hancock wnarf. brigade '*

Bank Bw* Note Books Bill B. 0k9-PyaMo and hip no., of one M.tdisuti, range nine] diktricl, north Middle and east,Florida, conduct or neglect of duty.Sec. and may purchase and hold real, personal, soldier were encamped on the common, j-jnant variety. .

,Memorandum Books, Stc., &c. county an. 2d. Be it furlhor That the and mixed property, and dispose of the same for whirl Wo CORRECT VACCINATION AND IMPEDIMENTS -
receivable SCHOOL BOOKS and their succours, be and roinaia a l In dy corporate enacted. aiid the benef of<;iid; town.i I less than a milo from the agreed "

by the nime and rtjle of tho Town of Madi- Trustees and their successors in office, >hall be and Sec. JJ. Be order to ourselves as much us THERETO. .
School Classics, scruB Nos. 1 lo 6,Smith's i it furtlu-r enacled. That the govcrnmenlof m disguise
MirlrI ton Court Hou e; and by their corporate name, they are hereby made capable accepting and beiii --aid 'l'ownshall Imvostod in Town Cou.i- clothes and dis- the
and Grammar, Woodbridge's Geogranh possible, und wear ra2jid The Reporters observe on discrepancy
Arithmetic and bo sued, plead and be impieadcJ! and ; invested with all manner of property, real and
VVillard's Georphy and Alb*, may sue !j cil,composed of a Mayor and font Aldermen," each much could. the'statements-and idea'of:
mJ Alias other natural and person il, all donations, gifts,grant! jirivilcgts and tivure ourselves! as as we that obtains in
do ad acts us may ,
I whom siisll have the of the
I () being1
{ and Atlas Walkei's Dirtionar qiu'iirtt-ation -
Oiny') ( Geocrap hy Alg-bra, ValpyV Greek and hold seal, per.-onal, and ,
,plijfair'aEjclid Jacob's Guek,D.iy'Gra iittgar. Jacob'* Gi -kHeader. and dUpoee of the fame for the benefit of the asid said institution, or nny bo hereafter conveyed or wilin* : the lituiU aforesaid, in order lo rill cither of at the eu'.i of the whirfund f fiII; in, one after 1. The only perfect teat is the insertion :

flrimmar.Adam'* I.nlin Grammar.Natioual >jilliiig T..WIIStc.- | transferred lo them or thou successors in office; said olli'-e anolht.T as if by accident, so as not to excite ot variolous lymph. This, however is ovioos.f -

Bauk. .EU-mrntary, i-pellm) ? Bo k, Copy BooU, 2J. Cc it further enacted, That the governmcnt 1 I'rovided L hundred, the thousand same bhull do'lars' not lo exceed have and t>ie vum ol'ijne Sic.? 3>l. Be it further r-nacicd, That ine Mayor suspicion. After having pledged our honor f objectionable. n. n.
lo hold
Cs phennir Bt'nks, $tc 4c.S of said Town shall be vested in a Town j'Jouncil | ,ind aldurntcn xlull he elected by I allot, on the first .1.... ... .. ..... %!fl fl flP ..,a cart ** rsr i .
4atcz, t'eicL. the Fame for the proper lisa and benefit and behoof; lull WO ..IA UUI i U& lU4 I, V t. '-i' z. 1 ne regutar progress mestele. vancv m u V 5 i
i\i'lON.\1tY J composed of an InUndanl and four Coun Mooduy in May in each und every year, und they
jf tbe said Church. (. should
A.ntV. and Ilul.l.srd boot lIhtlCn, iauli ol'wjunii kh.i.l have the quiliti-avioii tjf \ha.l* in nil cases continue lo exercise their respective uratcd.A .- To determine this, the surgeon
fiudsos'A\Vritm-r,- ,and Litter, Tap-r ; Knveo! e, Drawing being the pioprieior of one lot, ands[ hall have Approved! Ft.!,. 1311. functions( until their s.ccesor') shall| be elected the appointed lime, we all met according note it at the proper periods. The genuine

1 I'aper; FoSio IVt, Commercial resided fix month within the limits aloresnid. I and qualified to rrre.Stc. to agrreinent. \Vn wer dressed to resemble disease can only be produced by pure lymph
hull :
Post I'Uet? ? F-.>l I'.pcr, and every other; de- Sec. 3d. Be it further enacted, That the aiitld N'o. 6.-AK ACT regulating Appeals and Writs of 4th. Be it fnrtb enact/!. T1t iku M jt... Indians as much as possible, We according to Dr. Jenner.ia between the fifth
uurrnii l. I'lIyeh' Town Council sliull have> fi.li anti ac- Error lit Criminal Oases.Sir. -hall preside in all meetings of the Board, and give
.Majnard power
t.f t Uialik' [ per; smeared fires with soot and :formation of- the
< 'and (before
in our and
1st. Bo it enacted greace eighth days
the Governor ,
& Kent's BUtk Inks ; Ste'en'Irue Llior ly to prevent and remove nuisanccc, lo license by and Le- the casting vote in all qiica'.ions when the Council

UViJ itei. tte-sie aii1 qtsaYt'-. aein and and regulate retailers of woods, and liquors, \\i jislativo Council of the Territory of Florida, That shall be divided. l.unp-black. We could not have known areloa. Others have recommended the use

Krnl's: IIIK KJ, i"I ink p113t8; German Copying Ink ; Band and taverns; lo restrain or ProIsIbt all *mrU of gam. 'troni and alter the pas.-agu of this act, no appeal or See. 5th. Be il fi-rthcr enacted That fie Mayor each other except \by our voices, and we rosembled of lymph taken at a much later period ; but

4uXV. Iiikstandf. Wafer cups. Pounce aid: pounce ing; to license and regulate theatrical, and other 'wril of error, or bill of exceptions to evidence, and Aldermen shall have full power and authority devils fiom bottomless pit rather this they believe to be a very questionable

U afcls of| all c<> amuscmer.ls to eslablihh and mari i !shall be entertained, allowed or granted, lu a dc. j license andre
b.M-s Flic .e' *.. 'la<'k Sdnd, public ; regulate to prevent ami lemoyc nuistncca, to than titen.Ve placed ono sentry at the '
-. Sqa M.gWax ; Prince Albert, Vic- kclf, eIghts ai.d mcasuiet; to provide and ri-gu-l''fund ant or defendant, in criminal prosecutions, in ulbto retailers of g.iodi', spirituous l.tjuors, and practice.
VHnJuiz- head ot'iha wharf the middle and
and C.-.iuii -"teel Fens5; Letter Stamps, late bi'iying groundb; to *ii'kveli! <, and creel anl I ,my of the Courts of this I erntory; but if. in the taverns, to nslr.tin and prohibit all sort of gaining, one in one 3. Jenner proposed that some fresh vac.

JVnki.ivcs.urn, JJo l. M.-.VCN Inaia RuM.rr. fcc., &.c. I IUlank repair pumpo in lh slriets and public square ; to trial of any criminal prosecution, the judge before In lic'-iifc alit t regulate all public shows, or aniu'einents at llio bow of each ship, as we took posses cine lymph should be inserted into the patient

erect and repair market hor.rcfto; exlobliih and whom the same is tried, shall entertain u doubt, or gaming nil prohibited by Ian; to establish sion.V then proceeded rapidly to business. a few days after the first vaccination. This

; Bill Taper T Ms Ladinr. NoU-sof hand, Fx.cnau regulate palrolr, and generally to provide for the upon any legal question anting in the case, then ) and regulate markil, and lo regii ale burial Wo boarded Nho ship which was practice was founded on the observation that

'C Draft :UMMC 1'apir, Ulolii r.M' r. l'ay.! interior policc.\nd |good government oftaid Town.ace. and in thai cae the bald Judge alter verdict rendered fronnJ.1; lo sink wok mid lake care of the same; moored by the wharf: and the captain of our the second vaccination proceeds with accelerated

Cad I l tca.u'*; pstiiit Con'1' ff llre" v--' :' | -lilt. Bo it turil.er enaccd; That the baid may continue the name, and *iall! us xoonus lo erect and repair market houses and public scales;
in: convenient, mako a btatimciH, in of company, in u stern and resolute manner, speed provided the first has taken ef
writing tko
C. fhIjItl( 1 own Council ahall! ha e lull power to levy and to establish! and rc nUtc patrol.x; to rcgulali: the

sparaud folk-ct a tx to defray the expenses of said Town, quoslion of law, and carry up or transmit the name ui>ir.g of gunpowder; to restrain and punish vagabonds ordered the captain and crew to open the feet. It wa a very simple and beautiful)H-!

The rook iiidcry'n :Vt uch rii.-nn.cr pud ui.dtr f-ucli circLiantaiiccs as lo the Court of Appeal for its considuraliori and dtunkardu, and dtsordcily pervonfi; lo pa** hatchways and hand us (he tackle and.rope. .lustratkm- of the 'constitutional'effects of vVI

the said Council hh.ill J itat liurdcn&omc decision; and the Judges of the said Court of Ap- such ordinance be lo intended
a'pO 'n \Voru.ul to tiie citiztUt-; (Provided the tux on icul t-tUle in | peals delay, same, aim iltr'uucuou conia .oa% oiKoruers wiiuin said him that
dcmtv rxfd.t| ,'iU'y hI rotofnrc. Blank tram-mil I do 7" Our lender told we were experienced will for the'most"partbeable
said town t-hull: nut rxcerd one per cent on lie ni early as practiu-'itile, theirojijniou i to lowi ; to ere't. repair and regu'atc public wharvesto ; eye
atl I
,uii.i1'> f' Ca-ik, PuM:<: ( ( Sec.2J.! Beit further enacted, 1 hat the act roid ,, him and the crew below assuring him ,- :
D'd, Roci.n! mid fucketsn. and pass all such ordinances, end to impure siirh tn- ID keep in repii'r all publ.c lending t said ich. .
cb-ni! i.k t!flt* l tjthtr r. B'eik Book-, can: l>c oblained.At j fined and |.enaltic?, for infnngi'incntg, thereof orrioncuu.pltancc | tilled, 'An Act la provide for appeals and writs ol low n, for the diMlanc of three miles from the same; lint: if he complied, no harm i U intended. -* 4. The character of the !lymph employed.It -

< H'ti, <>a C. rued and bound in .iiiy *tyle rec | therewith, us i.inll lo the said error day of in criminal February cane, eighteen, pa* ed hundred on thc svvfriteentli and lo provido fo; (lie appointmentof the all such offier.-< They instantly obeyed, without mutmurs or never oucbt to be- taken from a vesfcflawhiehr !..

Town Council scvm ntc<:.oaryr. I ISec. thirly- as !may bo necessary to txvcuto laws of the uuiut/vr juiuyvd Juno lrdm TDo -
> least
Notlii. in'tho
the .
.:i.-i ; 4't.l in. '" quil o tn or auy thou, and all other acts and ol' threats.Some of deTwter degree
...0r nunn'a'' ''if l'jrt-uJar:: attention i I paid toi 5th, Bo it further enacted. That the raidiT M.in HIP nd parts acts iOi.ingu : ; corporalu ,. .. > inoaiuuif |> r ier oi tins act, lie'i aria unpni taxec, arid In prtvide Tor the collection perfect ,
rn N > t. i' 'r tAlut nv. t.t Cvunvil li ll hive lower in compel llio al-| '
i iiiiiW ; i jnd the same ar. repea.td.AppiovcdGth. hoisted deck others : :
i.trcby on open cutaneous'disease.
of thu to aid fines andpcnultieH As were under
ame; appropriate they :
Miu-c ->k V-, in or ornamental ndir.ce of its nicinLcrs, unJ to judge of the j uripose any
j jjiiM-in.in| ort<. .ratih rattanig.Tiic pliyii. election returns and qualifications of the In ten- j Feb. 1541.i ; anil forfoituren for breach of the ordi- oil! them with axes, aid raised them to the 5. A point which otlght ever to be insisted
: i.it !. r. llur.kfuS for '(lie patronage he danl and its oun iniiiiberr; that ti! ey hall have I i nai-c.'s and by law-; and in provide for thu general railing and discharged their contents overboard upon, ia the leaving one or 'more'vesicles'to'
No. 7.-AN ACT to amend act entitled "An Act interior and of*aid Town Lrn.
l.i I !n-ri't -t'-rc l ittt i i-d, J.oj.f., by u t-trr I attention po.vvr to Liect u Treasurer, Clerk, und: such other ( an [ police government ; [ All that were not need-'d for dis.charging run their coune -without being ''uf any wiay* .
lo establish a Board of 1'orl Warccnw and CommikMoners I vid.il, Hia; no act shrill be passed cmtrnry to ihli -
of the offn-rri the '
to Ccunci and
in lu. nuMiu >,to > It it a 'fMitinuaiH'p name.I' as. may stt-ia nt.-cefS.iry, from the went OH "
A. HAVWAUU. lo determine thvir duties und ealano, and the ante \VrcckslorlhtPori of _4paaclitcola. s of the I'ni rd State or of thu T rritoryja; d the tea ship, disturbed.

Ta1Ili-O jo 10 lo dismiss at pleasure and two-third of the Coui.- ." t lift n. orr.inanvu or l.y law f-h.i'.I'! take ert'tct, until ll h ard thn others, and warped lliem to the 6. The appearence ef the ci atrx. The

cil may expel a cinber for disorderly behavior, or Sect. Int. Be il enacted by the Governor and lor. daysaflcr its proinulg ititei. whaif, where the same ceremony was repeated Reporters think that this has bcea too much
Lauds for Sale.Pl'fcfL'Nr Legislative Council of the Ternlory of Florida, Gill. further enacted That all ordinances
tnal-conducliii office.jjec. Sec. Bo it as at the first ship., inctinI'tobdllevo that
i.. previous noliop, the ApaU- Tliat tho aid board of Port Wardens siaIf! cou.-ti- and .hjll be sineI i l the trusted. Thayare
> by Mayor
be *
tlh. Be it furtbor enacted, That il shall bye-law business from
We stirred briskly at our is.
: Company now fl'r fur pale and lute a I'oard of Couiiiiisiijnes ol for the l though the"presence of a perfect citatni
the duly vf aiU Council lo .aue lo be ket regular Pilotage aii-1 alteflc-d by the Clerk' and be poei1 al some We
f II-F. tin- L .t1)! *4h Pino Landi* in Lt-on County. tccordai of their jiroccedii'gf. und of tlnir ordinances port ApalacliR-ol.i. and shall appoint aul( licence public place in said town fur it least ten days.Sec. i ha moment left our dtessing room. not a surd sign .protection :itk abseiice

I la TIM n S-iutli-Jlanj:: I Eaft, M-clion 7, 16, !. ch h Lie c'tc'inect mutt fit ami That in of in under tone at making so
rules, and regulations; and thi-y haH promulgate persons may proper 7lh. Be il further cnicleil. case were merry must be held to speak strongly agairist the .
1 la, ii', :j', 2V-'C, 34, 33 i: U'5-:nnd fraction* unsold to act fur the bald und -
their ordinuncf! without uniu-cu: -t-ary dc us pilots, porl haibor, llit; death or resiirnulion of the Mayor the Board large a cup of tea for the fishes, butwere.is existence of Taccine influence.
6," 3, 10 1 14. 13, 17 and 24.luTnvn .
in N-cUi.ii.-i. ,
w1iiili hd.il hold tlu-ir
io branchourmg the
peii-ona shiihl| chcl of their number to flit ad- -
vacancy would
the : one of the
:lay, bjr polling lj.c same at toiiiiiiun inarKct still as the nature case
iS ,th, 1 Kflrtions, 1. 2.4, that
I : thinks vaccine lymph
fiig Cs good beluvior .nU the fJid bjard olttquirc 7. The Reporters
in aid Town lliatttic ; ur.titho! next annual election.fue. .. ._, ...
place, cr in any ncw.-.ijier| > ; to : V. irn nr>1 tuoro item.. ... ... w ta.
S. :s 12! 1.1 l: I I1..iS 22, 23 24. mid fi actons of 3 'VFIUJ '
I II I I ejin may Mj cipobed in public vitw al liukl oiiIiiilunrs a.lialf Ironi said pilots, sucii 3th. lie it further rnscicu. inai an lice inn.iibsolutely Al U iiIlPiU though passed through a great number, of

im.4 ,:I.. '..lineecss.. und a'id se'U.ily, fur tile failhful performance; ol white unle citizem of tho United SuteH, of iheage ; necessary. subjects) and used for a great number of
l.i T" i' i! Soutli, ranpc 2 East-sections 30 and the duly ol liim ihun aside taid who shall h.ivc intiiratc frietids tile
Sec. 7lh. Be it further enacted. Thai it i.ill| be it-quirid or board 'if twcnly-one years or upwards, | Our most among does not become' IrJeterior-.
3J.ml < aCSI.: < ( .nf>, 23n-J- r2.in of shall deem abjure duscrib1cd i yeai sf ( necessarily
([he duly of i.ad! Council to lif.lj lher: mcctin H in.uhle foiiimisMoiitni proper, which bonds res-dod six month within t.i limits >spectators hid not the least knowledge of us. '
T"' ? 3 S."iih, 2 IInst-sections! 6,7, t ated. 'This however can only be said whea,
i rahjf U and liis bis iiidiio payable lo llio Governor of tha' and hal! have paid alt tixJ and duns ases4edD.s' ,
all ,
null u Ii.lend..lit si: prendc in I labored harder, and we were so expeditious
8ml-! --.ii ofo-JJ.J l l.S *n.l29. jl licence or oifabiliiy, a luajoiily 'f the Council Territory und huMUecesioni in dike, and iliu |>i- sued on him, by the sail corporations, shall be never unceasing attention la paid to 6veryiucce.sire .-

I ItiT'i.1.1 I Suuuirmn, ;
31 l, SJ;j;, i-1 du J lra':tioiu of ID, 20,27,28, 35 and may an of afford
'Llie d lulus tlii liileiidanl pro. trm; pr>ividcd, corporation. ? mences, it may be perpetrated, and. "a
>. nowevcr tlidl a of the Council tlicrc: tUii duties require U iithitiii or them aspilot?, and liiu ZSrr. 3ih. Be II further uacteaVThat the fir.ilection i) cargoes buibrw the morning dawned.
majority pre- is
Tin- WliO'h i.1T.wn 2 South, range 1 West, excei said comi.ii: iuiurs oi hall hivo Aluermra f' aid town of gradually decreasing protection. There
tent, may nt wall closed doors whenever they may i > pilotage; p >' *e'ti.ii: > Vj 20.3 j uind 36. rateA, anti Pre.rt.u rules and if olalioni \Iandurin shah bo held under tho inspection andisnerjitideicn no doubt that lymph of this kind has been
and thai llute.ol ,
of the deem llio publji; intcrthl req'iires ; Icctcd in numbers around tim wharf
AiS1.25u >J40 per ucre in current bills said Coi ncil ahuJl f. rm a quorum to do Luiiixni.tier. fur the ovvrrunciil of f &tiiil jii ols, umcli ralm. of ('alsiii l lleid, J-lin M. J. U'w- ( great often used. -

Trsct.ry.TjM'lf. rules and regulations shill! bo ollt iaily promui at de-i. and .lam. s A. D. Lawruice, and al! subsequent,' to see whit was going on- They crowded '

Liid offer JiJvnnta fs for pasture range :; bth. lit it further enacted, 'i'hal il shall be ed by pubiicuiii, for the tpucii of luiee iH'iiuluin vlrctinna for town cflicfw under the direction ol.fucli about so much as to be in our way. We 8. The influsnce of cutaneous diseases.oa .

eaiv! Uun and cuperiur Timber. the iuiy of 'n J Intenuant, !tu no that the ordinances the M the vacine vesicle, has bin, the, Report.
all the new>|ian.r| < in the city of Apalachiuoli.bee. penults as shrill bo appointed by vor. paid no attention to them, nor did they say .
Cash: payment* ill ho required for half sections of! llie Council a.c duly and faithfully PXCcuted '.al. ilu; U further en.iclia, '1 bal any acts ir furtimr enacted, Tint the Mayor ers think, insufficiently attended to. Dr.. ,
of tiie Couneiiiueri Sec. lOlh. Bo it to us. Our sea tries vi ere not armed
) anything
cull ,
section All and to '
and of a meeting
cii4llcr fractions pur)4SCrI04cr
parts of acts, incoi utent wilii tho piori>i'Jiis of elect dial!, within five dya after his election take Jcnner pointed out that the affection was very
thes.- okay be made on tho usual terms < Justice
Cinijatj-.liaiii, I.4t.J.in cash, and 1,2 anoSycarc it; and dial! l lay telore the Council, from lime to Approved hOi Fej.: 1h1. an oath before a utmost of hi" ed on naming. If they bad been able, it much modified its progress by scaly
"UiAl hi will, lo the powor.sup-
for uf tlic other 3-4lIis.) time in willing, nuth proportions an he may deem lory, tette.r, and tho3e afiectious described by Dr.
piviucnt advance and defend the itterefct, poico, and would not have been good policy, for they -.... a-
Lands iv Gad U-n and Lon, aultabln exclusively advUablu for the welfare ol the said corporation, port as wen as
WIanuwiertkc term
faithfully ,
No. 8.-A.N ACT lo eslabli.h a? Academy in the good order of tho town of AUndarn, and might have complained of us to the civil authorities. psoriasis
fur cultivation, will also be sold as usual, on application and the bind Council may adjourn from time to of said called herpetic.
town hose vesicular
chico'.a.! County of Loon, and to incorporate the Trustee* dUcli4rge the di.liesf Mayor ; ,eruptions comrraly -

flia S'.ibi to
purchase of their felilemcnts; provided'they make Inlendanl thall, withiN live days alter ins election, Sec- UL Be it enacted by the Gorrn.or and Lcgi suppiirt Ihe iwnstitulion ihoreaflcr of the ci-nvene the aldermen !- was to communicate information in cue we ed bn a skin occupied by aayofthese dtsea.ses .
justice of the lativ<; Council of Iho Ttrrilory tf Florida, TJnl nhat; within days from that
btfure Judje.
their arrant"M" nts within a suitable time. tako an oath "any or each of them an produces, every gradation
and administer to liablo.to dection llio civil
Former purchasers from the Company who are F -ate of this Territory, thai ne will, to the utmost from and after the passage of this act, the -nool elect, binuelf. were by or military ieviatUn from.' peKectlon,' which b
enacld. !
immaterial to
< to bett'.e with the Subscriber. r <*ith jlr.Caruotbau \ peace and good order of the i'own of Madison Church, in the county of Leon. hs II bo constituted Sect lllh. Be it further from and after its give us notice in ease any known Tory came quite' 'up point
academy, by the name and of Salem shail bo in full force and effect fords no securityat ill. The.Reporters re.-
during the season. and faithfully and dili enlly discharge the a'pubhc style down to the wharf. But our main depend

J. B. BROWN duties of IitirzdstiI.of naid :Jown, during .'uncoil, AcaJem), and that? W. C. Lester, Jc -eeTowiiM.Mid passage. Approved Feb. 10th. 1841. etice was on thu god will of th people.It call these obseivairons -with much- arnest.resa. .-

A''fnt Apalachicola Land Company. tlnuance in office: and that he will xupport the A linen Levy,- William Ilii,!iiiB, Jamen _. ."
--- be there much talk
Office at Mr. E.Barnard's, Talbhatscc.J Constitution of the United Stuler; anu iio hall, T ipseoiib; and corporation, their tuoeohors in -- -- -- -- -- may supposed was This maybe received aa the highest authority

n4 22rOHTV within the aforesaid time of five days after the office, and they are hereby declared lo be a body From the New Orleans Pica yur.c. about the business tho next morning. Procjatmtiom -

election, convene the Councilman elect, and administer politic and corporate by the name and s'ylo of the New Boots. and rewards to procure 'dection availing -. which the Medical Profession'afjbrdg j

DOLLARS(1( of them oath similar to
ILL lo cadi an trouble hjio btlow, nothing. We pretended to be s
7 be given fur apprehending Ptegroea and liable! in law to and be sued Of all our subject
% capable sue ( removed, oh this all important
ISAAC that themafiin.br taken by himself.iscc. wiwt 1 knows on, zealous find ilia iho roetWe
and CLAIlA! BO I get and b impleaJud and be lo make The very to out perpetrator us '
: ;
estabirsKr- that
20JX) for either. Isaac ran.away from lOlli. Be H further enacted, That the' fint sucn by laws and regulation as may be necessary Iii the inmnivatiu' vay oi'ten talked with Tories about it. Wewrre and the principle successful

my houm about the Ian of October ; and had on, election for officers of said Town Council, shall for the government of said Academy; Provklcd, A new boot alw.iyitgoes on. all close and loyal that: the nfTiir re- vaccination secures precisely the same

i hen he.left, a pair of blue brbadejolh'pantaloon*, take piece oD the first Monday in April liexl, nn- that such by laws are not repugnant to the law* of so Wo used protection against the Small Pox as ,docj

'*od t coarse 1iny wio1sy! jacket; is :bout & feet der the superintendence of three discreet person this Territory or 'tho laws and constitution of the You goes and tries it on, yr\ does, mafni'd in Egyptian darkness. Small Pox itselft taken either ia the natural'

&9r,9inchchigh ; ape.aJt quick wh.jj spoken lo ; appointed by ihe Judge of the County Courl; and United Staler; and for ll.at purpose they may have It seems & perfect fit, sms time afterwards, to meet and! talk the '

?*ry much bow-legged ;' about 49 or,60 years old. all subsequent electioiw shall;be"held' annually on and use a common, seal, appoint such olTio rs as And let you walk o quart at least, : siTiit( over, never fail to end by drinking way or by modulation ...-

Clara, li'n wife; | left my hooe about three weeks the first Mondnjr in'January, under tlio inspection thirlntendaiil they may think proper, and remove the name from Before il hurls a t,it.ft u'The hearty boysof America forever /" Re-vaccination is ..never necessary'* *when. .

Before it Of.t dark completion ; low xtature of personappointed for that purpose, ly olDeo for improper conduct or'neglect of duty.Sec. it has'beeh, once properly doBo. .

ha.' the appearance of being crippled; when *howalkg andCuntilmen.. enacted That the said 3d. Be it further enacted, That the raid Ynifsl then/ I feels it new, From the S.C. Temperance.Advocate. ItwHl,however,, bej'objsyrye'di : that, there-
it further pare
an.l. wh hb off had a born.batt4resa. Sic lllh. Mr. Du liose-'I'he Provincial 3)led
} <;u ran on green tea
made ol font alien fire
shall bo and hereby capable Your scents
limo Town Council shall hive power to tit all vaciin.cies Trustees ore ; i a variety''oT circup ituc'eSi 0 bichy
hie threats uiadonouia
Front to continue accepting ard bring vrsted with all manner ol You wants lo lay down in llie mud, and Surgical Association of England, .at a oi theTac.
in their until iba
back, 1 they ranking their tli. l may occur oody, destroy, or"so"modify ac c
am apprehensive are
properly, ni.iv secure and hold! property, real anJperKOual. You almost had to swear. 1 meeting Liverpool, some time past, ap '
tho next annual elciti' n.c. not to' Afford
Payback to North Carolina *-* cine yiros tie system U .
Dr i on irfl! H >* 12th.' Ifejtuiihereiucted, That every fri a.'f! donation gifts, grants, privileges. pointed -a Section or Committee, to inquire upon and that nbVnV? ibbujd be' in.tri3stea

while:; male inhabitant, of the age of twentyoneyear and immunities, whatever, which may become You anU to kick eich_ nan you meets. into the state of vaccination. This ibis security i" ;' ", -" *>'+ -.k 1.--,

ATrU ITArE who i is a citizen of the United States, and necessary for the 'use of said Academy, and YOU,
LILy NEHLU.WOMANbutt 1$ years ; lias resided witlun the fi>r|>qrale limit* of taiJ w'oich may heloiij to said Institution, or may hereafter The litlU nlgjVrs your way, committee,,have made a very elaborate and ofJttdgiog- IO of these V- ctrcumatjn.ceaBad, f f

old. hid. The woiiia ii isa dec. be conveyed or Itaneferrod to them or> their them Vus not hoja. able thesubject submitted to them
and let boy- yea Town,, for al Jvat six mouth preceding the You treats report ; determinipirig 'when' the vaccine dUeaae, U!

Lut raW Cook Washer end Ironer iones4aodtrust.w0flh7111d lion, vhatl bo qualified to volu for Intcnd.tnt and successors in office, lo have and to hold the same and it must be deeply interesting, cot only to dtseaae it be. c4 has pase4rough .

otftred for sale for no fault% Countilmen. for the proper use and benefit of Ihe saitl Academy. This worLd to you is vim T a4 boot, readers, but the wholo corpmuniiy/to may n
Apply Sec. 3d. it further enacted; That'when your it&teguZar rto w.' > ; .
at Ufuoffic.. further enacted. Thai tb said ,13a any itIf
Sec. I3ID. Be il Vith nought but Nin-ne i fil-'
learn that the result of their laborious iuyestugatiocs > -* -
Jan. 30. and way occur by deafli, resignation, or otKr 1iIcaionIyb. dbtje by a rewlinktcui4
..2tf__u_ Town Council shall have full power to pass vacancy such a flung aii joy.theres, .'. "rtfiW '*.-'
-10.Dollars Beward. adopt all such bye-laws and ordinances as may bo wise, of any of the Trustees of said Academy, the You vender vhere they .htea H. goes to confirm oprcoflfideflCl.Jhpprotective catetf- Pbyaicwn', :!"boju, taken P W" T
of laid Trustctm ball fill > -, ) ;v i !' *. >-i'ftStform *-' >
snnrivorc, or a majority .of against
and influence yaccinatiou
S TOLEN from Tallkhaweo on the Ktb ot.! a necessary fortho dde regulation proper go- hiroaelfof the appearance ot
Dark Bay Mare Mule, in low order, and ma voVnmcnt of eaid Town, not repagnaut to the laws the vacancy, in_:Jjich manner as fclull the be Trusteesaforesaid. pointed Bootsatzses half our' -. ,, sjmall pot, vhen/thOiDeceMary- prccautionji ---'- iVo j lddayV'jrom'tb.e'ir$( it
marks lien inlor- of t'.ie United 5lnle'. bu in the by lawi and regulations of V- T.-- 4-i *>, .,> ***"'
halftiurcires electien/pC toe.eiM
y /
pi Wagon gear about Any of Uii Territory, or "- -- And more than |have| been, observed in-tho, inflarpattn -1ifl matrflf iP -

tnajion ro ptctin: r her, will be IbanVfuHyTeceired, Aroved2d Fcb. 1841., Foe.tight-fits sours the. wcrjr test irv3 iindm'tern that ah'e aydert w
: txr4 i Ee
and Ibi Sec.4th. Be it further enacted. That lUhall not % rytdvtdarin
abort -
reward ttcU timesIV
will be giya R on Iecdelivery f Oftfpip L% / Tbii
r e
t K iti- Inflaenee,
-M lbi ,office, No, a.-As ACT to repeal.Jhe.ihlr'j, eighth, and'ofitie apart \1)9 lawful for apy p rson'or perob to ritiil spirit .fully- '- brought"- under** Vi-' -m tq beezpsed ; zL4Zi*. 44 en

Feb. j. 1841.L ninth et iiori:* ofanat tw.itlea,"An u
toimiboriM the Governor of Florida to ri i lie penally.pf fijro |iundxeidoll/ir) / forevery such' '" nhiVldUa1i Chtrirgvc1 tevew, kfter aii ie'a of1
1IfthttftU'$ f5ttlC,. Act : be'rocovcred ''k"prceutinentjofti'tneOrahd Jf jhn rWfcytD.rone; of lh < con: wj rrypart
YThor Wu th. defsnc. >C lb.'ffW tl and ft* //offence, lo oy I fi ' 'U: t. { -- 3) fuilzdutiati qhepapertQ" editrsmv
writ.of Piri Facias, *
i'" ."Tiucon Soptri r,Couit.and .to ruv. Jitucid thir jiufptoc !.ppjq42t.b1trCb,;18) aW'd'tht fin-whanidJlWU W e half'ttiairgo'lo elves' the fblUwuie akTi'j ? P." ,
,in.whieli 'Ct U. Swaiui if pltipUff' and Fred- ificf, 1st.J3. ;t cnac d bjth :Pi v H rndJ ; Li. the of. aJd fc'chpol, aS1 the other hilt to -i i-i-.i--- .w/:; > ; hRpflr1LrVttJy v &. .
*f ef) Gertftlm'l' defrndinf.'ThartWiea upon UtIva Cooncil of.tji.'i'er/itogr pf.Florido ThajC, .u'port -- j ch tfi : traflSfltIP1: WhllQa7ttty :,y
/ the Tenitory. >; <,> ., cQncw1qt ct in ;nveeigaten o
*Dd on TI'ui4sy Ln : $ ,* the'third and'eighlh'itctions'of.au set entitled ApjAVt'ti b.184j. Revew. umpat
.. theti
rfda1 (6P&IIe .,.. ,
th legal *1itnorlM tAVGomnbi'( T > V '. --- ...1.-O4..' -' -, ?'
1Ur 4S3I Thi 1fiu4 at'St Mark.; defMea f ih fhwrtidr, trtdi for : $ 4 INt. t
troops for lU ; !1 r Awlth.. Westet-u b1ssmi- monumeflt .
thtl.t.Miirki a.ftiIaappurud Cd March 1839,.b*and L.-AN ACT (o authoriw Daniel Campbell .19 ) 4-qdtef '4JtI 'L'3' i.tUt;. : ihe tThwj
BM.1MI other tippreTjd % pujeiM
purwues RmVtl 4Ujora Iia,.
rigtibTdiUt11h4 (" Fo*jf ayo ,'th.-E-ear&Mi tefc fM2Pi M rOreiIQt!. iW Mtffetf
Mw ( !;oNb.$41eL) 3. i. # '
and Le- )
rwlt'MiQ ..cetdMa -* vtch at :. rft4.U.. enacted-by Qovvraor fefji ivhai H

p ; ') -jC the ; ) to WkLCk this Iflioci1 etthie Territory oQTlurida, Thai

o.ciiti ? 1. 1-"
mendmsaldeprives say ojicar, p1P54 m ; -
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M"1 'yoU.i an. J JaJ ney d die and Speedily' "efectualrjr,destroy TIa *oUuc} .* "Ie.! .. aiOea1: .. ,- l''cJid ibt. ., L, .1.trirtl 1* 0 .. ;th'me ,E ,11 .
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t itof ''in iyttem, is! e ., .0 : -. ccsoflb weald P stye"4; .< tig ..
... .qfrarcWfilciaM: 61 the. fA the realioo.ufJheae distinct :: 1a pr ;a. 'n.8I) tJe. ; 1' 'tj? ,. <
$1 Dt ;Builaimpfeea;| mth P1it e'.tc. an.deeparatenterests ; tay, i in< broeaeninceis '4i .** g. -. their" oce I 4mn.b ".: ::1

r&Mst: ; if eminent circle ; and though operating in the same Wh&tbji\ uiii rofi ed by Gene. tDOA'i : immat'p.'AgaiD : i i4ppl .that(their cbti4wene made-op flu e.:.. W \
oar.-: '
.4 t 'iWuiico: 'erf & &j'J'1iia; that! }paper:ii aL j always, pursuing bring them a different in course,which ral Harrison's 'pepuia/jty 1 ;are making. the iOtiI soW -. etU ,I"-f i idicr thin.abuse.of.what they,called ht : &V ; ,P.\T. ;

t lvays better tiuii:eilver and gold, Voted him the different: "conflicts Hbwever greatest oatMt4tbi'oriri f tetrect> :at this _, and unquestionable sourceswe!- are.: faoce,, and .praise of Gen. Hurnonkg 'ThePreabyferian'Churcbi'ba' .L 't
;ic t *n amount of silver pjffte, which weighed a classes-and vocations of, these moment, they 'are; nevertheless seeking .to, inortnedthatthesiialaiycf hi*'heart, *iw* I cabin simplicity. The, we.told Uiat 'RHt: .

1 r r *6jti Jfwas in fact. .ton 4t f: torougbt adv r. ,I whe comp ae.the jteparalte States forming this throw, on him (the-odium" their own .acts. broke,oot; i into expressions in lila partial deli- te''iiv d in, t'style of prle' oi uobecomeing llofcloek.' Sunday.;'Wj fcJ"i

c! It made no difference where the eilver great federation/may occasionally>> or, if which would bat! ,his fuhire fame.; We i il ruth113iWin; !his mind was abstracted in\a a Republican Pfesideat t! wiA 'fumi ; ,\'

'1 1' from-whether it was coined from the came pit. .still yOU please, perpetually,clash with each other, l learn from .t ndo led' sources,'although'not; sort of siumber l half awakened by his-anguisb I I lure that'was.fitted'for li' pala e.. Tlit er. >- J5Je p -
: these Jittle] I from i oa.
of tie
\pt. points .coUicionare no. individual concerned that ai\"r the I .
'manifested itself ters enumerated his reach
Xance ol widow arid orphans whether it constantly by utteringsome I The election over ,
4.f .; thing, when compared: with the great'paramount .,I accession of Mr Tyler 'to the Presidency, and i .At
were the rink rewards and spoils..of snatches of sentences like those we have gold spoons, and "geld plateau, Ime' have

t.t or the humble\ gains of daily and honest villany in.; objects by which their union is' cemented persons have been sintfor by the 'Secr tary,I quoted. And wo have little doubt that the. even descended, to his dishraga and.towels J to< Democracy obtained, coajpfeg &famph

4. I. dustry. Jt was tliiver--8nd in of that and which absorb nil these petty and told that: their removal had been orderedby list words, which'tere' written down, and j show that reform wet needed in the'ki chen In. despite of a the office'sfaofficeholding : ..j

!.4 ton of silver, abstracted:from the place vaults el the] North considerations. The manufacturer of the the late President :and without pretendlpg have been given to the pUblic, were, like those ,department. Now let eve honest man who, influence conjoinedall wrfi gj S

bank, there immense may look askew at the cotton grower any offence.otfailure ia duty, or other ground I which preceded them, the transcript: of the I wailed away 'to the,. .Harrison by the. 'bank. influence .of.the! '

'.t ..........-... --- ..were-- _piles, of printed, of the Q tntK.. aDd the---- -InltAr-..-- n.lv." .r.tnrn..._n' -the-- of orascrintiofi., they were forthwith dismiss. thuughts which him when the fever these false alarms and cabin I TenitorV", jfc
-J oppressed log
I..L &IU professions Levy
notes '
puper wbicb did not i
: represent compliment; and, te descend ed. This course of : .
silver to professional carrying back prqscrip- seized him. of for and '
1 wish understand anxiety examine
,. or value, but only debt, and on each rivalry the taIlor. lions, is doubtless you to, simplicity .economy And t a rebuke to.our late )
shoemaker, and barber, intended to make (he impression Dtle* ;'f
pictured emblem of that : t true principles of thf Government. I wish I the list above, and be astonished.
i indebtedness, proudly may become jealous of his: neighbor, and that th? victims of the ; hour And ,that, too,in the face of the etliibitis:
peered a figured palace in : present I them t tI carried out. I ask nothing more. How Here he will see frcnch beadsteads ;-Brus- ; "
complete its .mar. competitor in trade. But each suffer under th? direction of deceased ; boasted by his of ijT" .
so long as the I
at. frends
bio would uels
proportions--the home of the immortal I naturally this have been addressed to I Carpets at$275 a piece ; lounges, hi

,, credit syMem. and the throne of the skill man bus a fair chance for the exercise of his President. In (jig way every man wno is i Mr. Webster, when pressing for proscrip. 860 ; sofas 'at 876 ; centre tables at $75 ;; Washington, as exhibited .the. _.;
end struck down
money industry, and tho law refrains from anl
autocrat forever. all interference made every ruined 'family are lions without cause-lo one whojust before I wash stand at ,,$18 ; hearth rugs at 82; : and appointments t office 1 the Te .
to feel that
The scene, now changes to the priyate dice in behalf of one to the preju. their wretchedness is a legacy the election, had declared that he understoodthe I and so on through the catalogue, and al this With, all the influence of t >

mansion of""the of the other, the body politic is not ruf. from one Awards whom all political I Constitution differently from Mr Madison let l it remembered, is be added the I e.'i:
financier in t t the
of fled in b
great one unkindness
the least .
these little ralenthd eritor
I by that when the cold vault exerte 11
whose -to one who said the the I "
lofty rooms shone President had no splendid which was in palace "h
the ton of silver. play the closed hitu furiture" pitiful vote does he
The on surface, and all is calm on the upon aad his earthly honors. constitutional which gel herejolij
financier had to at pleasure, during term, but
who had power
a son, sought and bosom of society.But We understand from -and in Fr
won the affections of oue of the most beauti. it is unquestionable sources and without delinquency on the part of the was not censideredsufficient for the -'bo, Lan COU.lt* tootiieiieta
otherwise of informatiec th
Till nH when the GovernmentKffeta t General Harrison officer. greatest display influence
t > .tmntielvMllonrrhtAra nf his How aptly (tho fancy supposing an cabine" President.[ hi .(

state andf city; and she. too, was the grawl.e native. to interfere Detwetn in the luntrWIIL business, and to .was.... utterly opposed. to \he whole system... ofPreston's altercation on this all engrossing topic with That the President's House should ton. He gets 63 votes out .
t'r e child ef one of the generals of the revolution different uJtm .uu I -r.- '- r"1\iih..A\:& j --._..i. *..*, ---"... ..wuiu lilia apical U&VM UtiVIJ b of5U'& ,
J 10 niiI1lnea
t classes, giving a monopoly t* one, announcement in the Sncato. Mr.\ in this style is what we have neverObJ9.9tod deed,a rebuke,highly
Webster !to4
-one of the illustrious and his constitutional" undo. ... crei bl
veterans who and u. jHfiL
.1. denying others all It is which were rooole know what the ,
participation. I unquestfrmbly made with General Mamr TV/w iffeta
I sido by side with Washington, and who, at I then that the Harrison's standing, upon the subjects of removals 1 Whigs professed in the case last summer, a very large vtfe. '

his death, had his honored name roused malignant passions are fairly privity aid consent, after his; Sir, would have you understand the Constitution and they see what they practice now. wenust explain. He was 1
given to
one and arrival
I of the counties of the great state that shall charitableness that envy, hatred, and all un. in WashiogtJn./ir. / the purpose of pre- and carry it out." The bodily pangs bank party, but he run a an apP& 1

: preserve i his fame forever. not only alienate men from L paiing his political rends for an acquiescence brought back and forced into expression, the Bank of the United States. date. He was C
inviolate Net
each other, but place them in direct collision. in his An adjourned meeting of the Stockholders venoms aga.t tyke\ &i
; carrying ojl the solemn pledges that
nly were her affections thoughts tortured the mind. The kindhearted 1 He went further than
t of the financier's gained, but the troth The voice of nature, the instinct of equality, he had made on the subject pending the can 'rictim of a cruel cabinet policy, rebuked of this bank took place at the Banking House To most of the D

!h make her his son was pledged to hor, to at once indicates: to every rational being that vass. But the moment his Cabinet were installed in the unconscious accents of his fail- on the 6th lst. The Committee appointedby such a pitch did he carry his ',

;r t The shine of own the lower!ton of silver! daz. the he has an equal right to those benefits, and I they contrived to defeat his determination iug organs, (physical and mental,) the vindictive the Stockholders reported. The Report mounted stumps, carts, &c. and WM'.

!i zling. She was seduced the was too sense of injustice is aggravated by the We learn that his Cabinet assumed spirits who sto>d around. him. They now commenced by stating that every facility had' winding up the whale concern at once, f

I i t' son in the heuse of his father by and financier's feeling of jealousy at seeing others enjoying r a right to decide upon a subject in regard t to load his memory with tho odium of their own been afforded the committee by the officers oft did not pay specie, and that every it
when the what one
is denied to him. He become : which they had the t Rank,in furnishing and explaining books, be
.4 disaf- only a right to advise and acts, and I
damning fact came nut.. nlthatmh even the son fccted to,- tho n_.. Cn".l'nrnA.-_..........ftL., C_.___.__.J l" _-__ that t... _. ___inritv_ -f,. .f"nll.. 'n, ,.. 4k._.. .;......,! would convert the miiflf miraculous The committee then proceeded to verity r they raiiM not An. Tim bit*-- l- _.
3U Iron --' condemnation
was still UgtU 9 -Y' LU".1 from his b the the
willing, : wrung lips y humbug, and voted
uy inalTlHgc: IU repair me those whom he : down the will of he t &c.
l he had sees prospering at his expense the President in regard to a torture they inflicted, into sanction of their assetts, of the statement of Dec forbimknewmtu ,
the wrong financier done yet ho was forbid by;V and thus is engendered that fading 01:r subject which involves tho livelihood! so tyrannical conduct. a 21, 1840, and found it correct. In passingover he was the god-faihtr of

t to .do this, and was suddenly; indignant discontent, which thousands the of a stockholder in the bank bk Y
sent whenever it per. many who have no skill or means mass details of active and sus- and had
away to Europe, where he still remains; vades the great majority f ,t their families LOG CABIN FURNITURE.The pended debt the Director .
I and the a people, invaria. support except by the em- committee stated that but a years a whilu all the

; beautiful poor in / broken hearted girl, the most bly produces either revolution or despotism ploymeats which they kave devoted the prime Whigs told the people last summer small! proportion were regular mercantiletransactions i ment of its concerns had taken nusmaaip. ,

: in a city renowned: for beauty, rich We believe, most sincerely, that such a: of life to learn. The fate of all these'peo. that when Gen. Harrison was elected he : and the Report stated that under of the anii-bank place. J
1' family ; but poor in wealth, and now crisis is approaching in! the United States. pie, (if we are to credit this statement, which would sell the extravagant furniture which this head 48 individuals and firms owned I and men were,howeverA ,
a also ,
.,. those beggar refined in and reputation, w.as turned out of: We cannot glance at the proceedings of *ur we have had from a source not likely to be Mr. Van Buren had in the White House, upwards of $20,000 each ; 15 upwards of ) voted for,him..

J ad moved opulent circles, wkere she State Governments, without being struck with I mistaken, and which is confirmed by a multitude and buy such as was necessary to furnish it ina $50,000 each; and 9 upwards of $100,000 Another cause helped Mar r'W. He

In the mind as.a of the star financier delight} and brilliancy. the number of corporate bodies daily created.. of circumstances, which put the fact style of log cabine simplicity. Gen. Harrison each ; 52 individual had loans of more than had been electioneering for.some (Lw.4 ,.

she was a protested The Legislatures apjonr to Lo erarraly An'v.:'Q beyond question,) has been put at the is now President, and here good read. $20,000 ; four others had loans He had been actively. yea
note mercy canvassing .
-a returned and unaccepted bill any thing else than authorising special : Ot t a CablHttt, by Its-own dvctaion is list of the I Dnrb before
of exchange associations ; and the er a plain simple "log cabine" amounting to 560000. The totals of 21st t Mr. Levy in the field

; Since that dishonored draft with special privieges! which give well known intentions of the President, who I furniture which is to be purchased for the Dec. were then namod-and left a result of of! a ,aD wh the

like time, the pangs of bankruptcy, them such decided advantages over indivi u. i is alone responsible to the people, and all his I White House, in addition to that which Mr. 814,820,000, to $35,000,009 of 1 great body th people.was made t befierg
an armed represent that Col.
man in hot pursuit, have overtaken al capital and enterprize, as to destroy al 1 p pledges them, are set at nought. Against Van Buren has had : capital. Downing and Major Ward

ciammon.tho who dwellers in the marble palace of competition, and perpetuate a monopoly.- this course we have reason to believe, botk North Chamber. I The relative: states of the Bank were then I b the only candidates. Many, D wo

i of silver ,and granted their autocrat the ton:i Utterly insensibly to the designs of these i Mr. Bell and Mr. Badger, set their faces. It 8 chairs 822 00 given, for ihe 1836, '39, and '41. Ou were thus commite t, Major b
t ; as sure as God is just, there powerful I combine tions which is just to them that ear Wc i.our
having the t fact should Wardrobe loans of :
will yet be tribulation I known I 59 00 $12,000,000, raised in Europe, there I party a candidate in .H
L anguish in the domestic common interest in the to the f
preservation and ex. country.We Marble top werk stand was loss ,f f
halls of the iron 18 00 a more than $1,000,000. Mr. was well acquainted with almost
hearted financier. tension of their privileges, always unite proceed to : Fire set Jaudon every man
in recapitulate the facts which 6 50 received $7000 Cashier
This in
is I a year as the
;; Mr.
a fancy skelch! Natchez Free self defence Levy
Trader. or aggression, they continue from i prove that some mode was adopted by General Dressing table 35 00 and when he was appointed agent in Eng. cunty-whie wamtnn.

day to day to multiply these separate interests Harrison's principal functionaries to supersede Curtains for three windows 60 00 land, the Bank allowed him $5000, for losson ger, ad bald no time, after h nominathi,,t
From the Globe. which are always opposed to the gene hia authority in regard to removals I 1 feather bed 45' 00 the sale of his furniture in this city, and I become. acquainted with. the people! o die
IVatme .ati Essence of ml welfare, at the very moment the physical 1 and appointments. If it were not done upon 1 curled maple French bedstead 25 00' more than $1000 for the expense of himlfand Connty. Yet, the vote of Mr. Lay,awkr

Bodies. Corporate force and the majority of numbers is crying the British plan to which we have alluded I curled hair mattress 45 00' family in going to London. $20,000 these disadvantages, will equal if not exceed a

In treating of this subject, it is to out the against them. The people send membersto and which makes the Council Board of Mi. 1 centre table 25 00 was named in one place as having been paid I that of Mr. Vard. 1

l distinguish proper Legislature to oppose these monopo nisters supreme over the Chief Magistrate. 1 set chamber toilet ware 16 to Barings. $1000 '
between 00 I a had been This is
i political associations, iii I. lies, and they became converts to i it will be incumbent on the Webster Mr. year paid to) highly creditable to the democratic
monopoly Jaudon's
corporated for Cabinet brother for his
purposes of local government I, by that t to the set vices. The t party of Leon. And the.'whole'
mysterious which explain cases vote tIe
and process so often to which
chartered we refer otherwise i
8348 foreign
I inco 00 sum agent's to 1841 L
; porutions, whose great produce such wonderful transformation in the and consistently with The expenses up Middle District, is a triumph aJ)
object is monopoly. The the honor of the same furniture as above for were $178,044 7. The whole for sia ofpoEtici :
.former sum
4 .. ._. .... are .con ver i. harlequins that figure in the l late President.
: ; great pantomime Ne. 7 south "oreirm principle, over
I. i ucccnury, io ine government pf or T !__, ,_ ,_. 348 00 Igency and lean expenses in Eur..oe. rakrepresentatiua.
politics. ) u ___ ., .
large towns Already IHO interest U lit Kuown ana :.. = LJ .J L' '
arpnrntp. .1
can ine for from J .. u
; Although liable ta this .objection I, having not doubt oe proved, beyond same furniture ixe. o norm O4B uu the appointment of Mr. Jaudon in -brig' Ant .r*-- *- -, n .J cnunawc .** me qem
t ,that & only no community with, but that President
Harrison 1 hearth
they being for
establish each
separate local interest* diametrically gave positive rug 15 00 lad to the same date, was $335,975. The racy of the
v S distinct fain: the general welfare; the lalter have become oppesed to, the &general! welfare, assurance to several, that they should not be No. I, South Chamber. Bank had borrowed more money m- Europe countr.

, are directly at variance with a system ol I the administration sufficiently weighty to change removed, and yet they were removed almost 1 feather bed 45 00 than it had of active debt in America. In MIDDLE DISTRICT.Levy.

, I. equal Jaws and of this Government, and simultaneously, with the President's 1 wardrobe one 1837 the Ward.
-- equal rights&: and constitute place it in the hands promise 50 00 year loans had increased more D&
of those to the
mischievous excrescences on the who, if they contrary. Tbis was tho case of Mr.\] 8 chairs 22 00 than $7,000,000-white the discounts bad Leon County, 279 273 5

politic. great body represent any thing, represent the interests of Livingston of New York. The same mail, 1 washstand 18 00 decrease 89,000,000.Seveal Jefferson, 200 113 2.

': In the first place, they .establish cial corporate bodies, and ot: er recipients of pe. we believe, which carried him the assurance, 1- centre table 25 00' officers of the Bank had engaged Madison, 114 100 00

1 ; tereatsiu separate privileges. Without the support ofthe8e, obtained from the Chief that 1 fender in Gadsden
the commuuity, which it is the DO man can. believe Gen. be he would not 8 00 large operations with money obtained from 8 191 42
special Harrison could removed,carried a letter of dismissal 1 fire set the ,
object of all from Bank. .
good Governments to ob t have been elected. Neither the Minister. 650 Large sums had been loaned to -
literate and restrain mummeries, So, we understand! Gen. Harrison mug speculators and undertakers 678 677 97
a$ much ,3s possible, by pipe.laying, hard cider bad 15 00 by Companies, ,..
nor could assured Col. Johnson '" '
r jbaJanwujj! i the social and poetry that his nephew Chamber toilet ware in which had Hamilton, d
: selfish principles i iu have achieved the Mr.\ 16 00 they been engaged, and large etim /
: It Ward
such a manner, .as that they may harmonize; of victory. was the triumph should not be removed as Salici- iYo. 2, South Chamber. sums lost. Business men had not been as niaj .vy; : 80WESTERN
corporations I tor of
exclusive the Land
in conducing to the privilegesand Office. He had been 1 centre table 4 feet diameter they should
general good ef the the ap 35 00 sited a have been. From 'DISTRICT. I
over pointed
whole. The moment a citizen becomes great principle of I subsequently to the Presidential elet- 1 fire set 6 00 1835, the had, in Franklin "
power a _40
a equality, on which the Constitution is based.I ton( on the elevation great 85 63
meinberofa corporate body, !his interests arid Will not the people of the United States predecessor Qf Mr. McRoberts\ hs: 1 shade for mantle time piece 10 00 measure, passed from the Directors into the Jackson, 85 188 4
to the
sympathies are withdrawn from the genera l long become tired and ere could be Senate ; and therefore No.3, South Chamber. hands of the officers of the Bank, who Calhoun 49 71

mass of a community, and disgusted with this not suspected even of havitg used 1 lounge, with feather pillows 60 00 formed themselves into a kind of 1
__, __ concentrated in i system of incorporations Exchange' Washington, Econfi.
.L UUI5 !imlUl II -"-----. lie is no Jonger which marshalled; ;any official_ _influence__ against the late Pi esia 1 centre table 75 00 Committee. 'h v .n.. ,IAU 1:;.... M... n. "__'_, 'p. _
icIcntifit ot tested "" 'OWWLlU ij ,4
with the rest of rights, UtVa moreover man /Vo. 4, South kept ao \ :
his fellow citizens Ol great Chamber. few vouchers and Walton
he no : book-ver 00 .
; challenges perpetuity defies reform moderatiou in 00 00
longer feels bis interests or annihi I politic, and had never offended 1 dozen chairs much ef
identified 32 00 Escambia
: with theirs lation and they transacted, ,
Epits in the face of all the prejudicies of ais 00
because liLa succeeding: opponents by 1 wardrobe did not 0 0
is ve the
property now embarked in any 50 00 appear on discounts books. In
a J legislation? Will lose hemcnce.Vc
they mot have
different bouem nay, they are told that thu President 1 lounge, with feather March
1836 the
disconnected with the not already lost, all confidence in their imme. i tack occasion, when Col. Johnson pillows 60 00 bills receivable were about If the editnr of the Star wishes to Lave'a

gener3t'prosperity.: If a member of a bank diate representatives, when they see them as him, to advert to this estimable dined with Ante-Room. $6,000,000; in 1837, 88,000,000 ; 1838 $7,. newspaper discussion of the

ing incorporation, his obect is to raise Ibe do I young officer 12 chairs, morocco scats 100 00 000,000 ; 1839. ; 1840, 84,041,. drcumtt.e
everyday them as the of S6,000,0 and
selling his the
price of stocks, and secure great dividends and by wholesale,I son friend and comrade, Colonel 1 centre table, marble (ttp 60 00 700 ; and in they were reduced to evidencElm a case seas to b brought
delivering them, bound hand i Ward '
of and foot to I -one ef the braves, and best of tho Brussel!! before a court and he
neither which is any advantage to the com. the tender mercies of Kentuckians carpets 275 00 only 8176,954 These accounts had jury must have it n

munity, to which he no longer appertains, crests eternal warfare corporations, whose in. the battle of; to 'put his guest, who fought New grate and fire irons 40 60 t Leen settled in various ways bi or transferred his own columns, and to himself We understand
wage on their happi. the 1 barnes
but to the corporate body of which he is and f at ease about the 1 pier table 50 00 under other heads. Certain ex-officers of better how t advance the cauw,.f i
ene; ness prosperity? And seeing, and ate ef his nephew. Ho .
and if he is embarked &: told him he should( 1 murror t the Bank had '
in a rajl_ read or canal 1 this in the very marrow of their bones, will i nol be removed ; and he 2 sofas 75 00 become indebted to the Inati.tutiotiiu .and justice, than 'to pursue that course. A
incorporation bis yet was removed
object is the same. His they not some day, far distant i immediately ar.d : 150 00 very :large sums, and had settled discussion the
policy is to raise the tolls and perhaps not ,p ; what makes it more remarkable Curtains for two windows their accounts by stocks newspaper previous to.trial of

passage moucy, both of which, the rate of assume the sovereignty, which they find can. is the fact that Mr. Crittenden was Hearth rug 20 60 00 00 &c. railway share, lands, circumstance and testimony to begivea a
are diroctly not be
safely entrusted consulted
adverse to the general interests of the community L. reins in their OW'Q bands to and others, take the' about Mr. Ward's accepting the; ; Aro. 4, North Chamber. The history of the great cotton speculat. case, never yet aided the u of j jiitiC'and ,
these appointment,
at eject mo tendered by Mr. Van Bu. 1 wash stand ions i of
large. 18 00 tho bank in connexion with we are net to beguiled into snyibiPgOt
ney changers from the sacred ren. As it
of li was known
The temple that Mr. wel
nature of corporate monopolies is not berty In the |iistory of such was to be one of General Crittenden 1 dressing table 35 00 i known firms at Liverpool was noti ed. that kind, by any abuse or remarks ef the

general only at war rights. with of the the general interests, but the crisis has presented itself every and country, as it was I Ia net, it was thought well to let Harrison's him know Cabi.that: 8 1 chairs centre table 35 00 the 1837, up to'July the amount.. advanced for Star-nol even it he designedly layhZmsalfepen

community at largo. met, so has ever been their ultimate lute the appointment would not be 22 00 purchase of cotton,was 82,188,00; the fer the,purpose of effecting such
They i if Fire i whole a
possess and exercise accepted, set extent of the
privileges, derived When the stream of ho 6 50 Gallon
legislation is polluted, we supeosed theappointee would tnsctions were object. -
from special acts of not be Rug for hearth 8,000,000.
Government, and denied look agreeable 15 By speculations
must to its source for the waters of life. to the now 00 thee 8900,000 t
to the rest of their Administration. Mr. Crit. No. 3 North hid lost. 1
Chamber. An
are exnmpt from most fellow-citizens.of the burdens They TOO GOOD TO BK LOST. tenden, we are Informed, advised the accep. 1 fire set "' ,.t loan hen o 8500,000 of, ex.ofr has taken a I The Star and UeDepEcda
imposed 6 50, i
tance of the Reading Railroad. What the
We ladt week
place and must
on others noticed the presentation of ; yet neither the p .
because 8 chairs in.his
the Coun. -
: properly invested in 22 00 individualcapacity, and tha.,Bank-af. .
them is, for the most part, free from taxation a petition by Mr. Worlhingtou, a Federal l tenance of a membet of the Cabinet, nor the 1 wardrobe 50 terwwards assumed the of the'judgement or the rM' to trth

and freed from those personal' ropvooibilitiea; member of the House, signed by 70 colored: word of President.could. ) save the officer, 1 centre table 35 00 00| the profit and loss account responsibility., it. In .evinced in that'paper, hetey e ]
who rclat.!
to which their persons of Chllelcoih- prayIng the, ol 1 1I came within none,of the pretexts for '
fellow citizens 'are repeat the 1 washstand ion to. Bank notes deception practised by tl-e false representation.
subjected I 18 was deemed
I by the Com-
all laws nvikinjj distinction proscription as declared in the Cabinet <
They ; on account ol I No. 2 North --
are privileged to contract debts to twice color which cular. There is Chamber. .- t t nnfarstctor. Another item ui:*' .in it relative tftihe late elec&ttr..Alon" I
received multitude of
was referred .ihe a similar
to New .
or thrice tbe ca. $600,000 '
amount of their means of carpet 275 00 I properly .accounted I time'Major, to ever.thing
merit and pay. Judiciary committee. A few days subsequent scs, which show that the President was over. Hearthrug for. War arty ;
only responsible in the amount,f ruled. in his determination 2000> |before him. to Ltty' '
Mr Jenkins in ,
presented a petition from regard to particular w bat'Mr.
hcic&pttal. They,are authorised to receive Altering curtains 15 00 I Notwithstai.ding this the ,
picture "
interest on the amount of their debts to the sundry citizens of Chileicotlie' (lDo.tlyVhigs instances;but the testimony is still more I Large Dining Room. raittee arrived at the conclusion that, ) there Com Middle I .Florida, by an '.'erhe m vote, I

public,'!hje!! the members ef: the community we understmd, asking that the House oj i decided direct, that convictions he was overruled against his own I Bottoming and varnishing twer.ty still'morelum&815,00,000. ef the original is I and in the West-Levy was nothing at.alL' 1

at I large'receive: it only .n the&O ouat of their Representatives grant leave of absei.ce to,I, the ind of propriety in regard to four chairs 18 00 capital left to lden, and that At another time Col. Downing wu;: ',

c..aitan4 the their debts the Gen. James T Worthington, to attend the principle, against all his feelings and I 3 new curtains the shares are worth 'Major'Ward
;; greater ; greater funeral of a NIGGER, who wishes. widow 125 00 abut 846, each. sweep. every.thI&&: wasam:
wu New fire -
$.beprofita recently Irons
,.. ...,J..1.tftbebanktngincrporatioris... :...ft _...;.- .LJ" __ __ '. shot in Chilo <'olhe. and whose funeral would T. almost every person he talked with,. _hA_ 76 yards grate oil cloth fid 00- ,BANK T.-The loler opr-a medler, vmuimgward him tr
"'U'Y"UUQ flVUJ AU C, iUfn; .n 'J 00 BU St. Leuis Bulletin
l.re. arnw.genlBt of r and by\t&
tike expressed his repugnance to the, 6 119wiihe-,
place on Wednesday, the 20th the
i Dinner entire instant
instant. proscription
set "
fc:tbVgreat '
'It is the
body politic. the 00 3 on manifest of :
__ interest ef the former to monopolize On motion of Elothcroo.Cook, (who' voted .is it progressed.',. To> two highly respectable Furniture for the kitchen 150 00 t the steamer Iowa says which arrived" whig'but* still ''t'CI. was to.be the 0efe.v

privileges, for the reception of the gentlemen of this city-who happened to yesterday gate. Tbe E l was tggaVerhira"ex \
denied to the J latter: while it is the interest of negro petitions:: above goo For Basement. morning, is the following memorandum ,
: (' alluded to,) the petition WHS t him at the moment,when the wife of The ; and theW.ta d a1osIi&h'
the 'latter that eqa privileges8hould; be.con. REJECTED aK au 10 single mattresses at 916 each 130 00( banking house of the Branch Bank of Mi. .
fras '
; .ceded to all.: For'b though! signed by some of the most t respecta expelled clark,| making representationsof ; 7 .beadsteads the' ; .Illinois they :.Bwrfises i1' d1 __-'
e exercise of i these spe. the distress 56 00( a Galena, wascenl'umd I pnze.hi. _,. c .
eta] privileges, the corporate body looks to the _ble citizens! of Cbileicothe. No"'petitioner. were i involved 11 the which herself, sad,children 24 Windsor'chairs 24 00 by fire on Saturday last, 28th tilt they, had in him by.-&;full, geteroissui4AndaUtMsasUid ,

GOverngentalone: .. and jbence it.will but negroes can. hereafter xpect.io receive. bf deprivation; express. .Bedding for sixteen servants at $10 The fire in the Cashier's '
oeuf a t )
} : alwaysrally favor at the hands of our F., er8J. ed his unqualifi/d/ 'abhorrence .of'tbe'.yetem/ rr. ? sorieusJy ..iTettry"
.ro!od any Administraifoo. Jhat courts: its iition' coon-skin >Legi lature. The which'WAS earned on i in his name. It is ad.' per bead 160 ,,00( '. ;. alO". '"; e'. it 'bI ": -. "*...T*-, .

support bjr new concessions,,....'p goewprozpects.fain end of verted te in 'detail by 10 feather pillows ::30"00< I N apier &Baitie. k. letter j just ,received I ', nb"a. '1 ,. 1.(H ..
the however, a .
pethion$3( was eeiTespondenttho "P
; !! fully gained. : Common for from the l.t.
and ; for crockery servants : 160 vBayvtpf "f
'ay.- i
pew avenue. es. has had : .. 0 .M..rnc ',
C9 ing..repppnwbifity, 'utUrly: .' regardles*. el. : A French paper .publishes! a l letter from in i relation opportunity the to ascertain many facts' Washing tubs:pails, br' nd' I N. p er'.' ,arrival* ;h! .WM,iteceired ; lovoe inu1Wd1'Fsidt-, .. 'II:hf I
; Italy of the 4th of March to afflicting! circumstances that bn/shes' J from : tl county,.2 v es eiiM yrinot ,
eyer/. tfb .eeosiiteratlon!' .., The basis i'jtie stating that the 'has barrassed the. close of 100. %00 cer theships, that cb.o through C j

verjf" .!yaiea)of popular lihertv, i|jcgual J laws city of Reggio, In'Calabria'was' pearly de. 's oof'lm'!"an\!\ 1'd I bJeLth.i General Herri-.. I New covers fdr.sir parlor lune' munts fa and wie. : led the I qI.bt itleiiJiaiuI?' Mi. 1

ande/qujrf/htf/ the basis of stroyed by an eankquaku the' 22d Feb., : chairs 72 : rmil party it ': ,'round p :
j, corporate boty ..- Th scene i ofIfo 3eaib.be3j" : ; 0 : SdO" .h.t.I ,cuty'.nfla"Jit1M't ,::.,t1.b
ea it ,.denying : The shocks were fifteen In number: die 'however, New lining silkcurt&ins J m.circular' sjacket, ; much toe the '< *
$ to the jn'any what ; .h wed in the most affectingmanaer the r t s short t ,same.f .';: : '_ _
state :
10 street of the jrjnewai converted : .lt; and -
H CQQ.. ...c jrew. Hence, there U noedoio into one of his feeh'paijn regard to the'matterlthal rom 15000( fo witbacqotg, ;accompanied hy ;..:'p hun4t J "
tO rr* ( heap ef ruins, most of.the houses: were thrown Passage itee'aQd generally. 150' his inparb1c companion: .dogbetween- j ." t .
1. ff"' ,direeijy. ) oppesed' bad etigroMcc them from the ) Wpl. ,O t ekEd Ii' : ; :
J.". its.*, 'first vprio f Its. ,' Ut1oi' \ inrtituUons,, down, "aba1( the rest we're ,b> .damaged 'u to entered ofSci. front moqient-he J had LJnen' for..e"aot indepenent'of the &e terrier bd called !Po>>' v n 1'' 'C.n1bt r.
!'' fc* T 1" / persons :Twill nursed .. ,
; ft)4UdnhsteTDg i r.otbe ,bt.. altogether t (uninhabitable the palace of thegoyernor and witceO.Jains ofj "and .- in Aooour.of hjs "&ip. ,. reniarUm0e ;:' bwon-= ,, .Jt\E'ii*
; j it is known ;
-' .,;:,.4ir; : ,'I i':4estrQz: Jh ,,the tribunal, the prison, the barrack: overbimd.bcgri1o;!'anderhe that'when... Brh e vanoui'kin'ds. _:. ; for cha. ,. ?' ,"foi'hu-. courageVidiwit-Th'e, 'sbala"'dcrat1ps i ,
.t|f !5t.. tbV'cathedral' five gav uU' fU'l.L jspbg i Augustine, other riet44b .i t b' : 7 \>. 50.00er. bil : 1 q I

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Mr. Tyler., *:2 A Repoitttas reached us, via Ebltafclphia,1 But wedunt lalkof- '" ,,:. I ;#. :: ,: .'",1 .- l \ lir.r .' u ,Allr. 4i;1.: f;" .., 'M, ,. : 4\-1)It"t >,

ot ofilccra +-bo' .'. 'ed.'a'i:, M, t JW m' lleea C oJ,.ilour J wii. .. T ,-..t-1 J. -lr j J t -. : -_ .----- r ,-__ .-L-
of } -
-at the tta.high firit 1.
in letter i
that the -Union Bank.or some of tho > ,
a I' _
We find the following ; war,or bofore tbo flood; we an,pe kuil|r LMUWUH.-( J4M:1hB':: ,odactw'I"t ; Tr _
of the CLiS.lo fleets under ebfigation to of J500 jnea, i -tJ.. t'JI 3ALkS5 ',
Washington Correspondent. : have come a puui :! latel7diohrgad.ifte, !.e.monthl r"D xUs (lilkproYeD'by iuu
Courier. We believe it wa written Jaudon & Co. to pay the interest on he service, without notice, and without pay-the jwinl McLean, .of New Jersey and inany tlieff.JJecauiaono t _
i ia fair : J8 1t"
mod faith, aDd that there is much more truthin Pensacola feonds. Can it be'so ? Our opin. par- wordi butter no par: .nip _. ,9 pound of talk .'rth ,$6, ,

coma Union Bank had better redeemks "Tfci:t ew., fbr Ions time bu abu..dth.4.; can'jejaLen Unarkot $ as little I..AXD :. l' lt .
there generally is In what ion is,that the expense ; .
h, than the of the oUrief .* d oo.did. ..Powaiar in C ogmis, but... a pound of flour, Worth four'ceotsv. '. "-.,-..-' -. nEcv1IT I r. -_'."r- ". ;.rvv -
Washington Whig Correspondents. otni obligations to good people that election i approchinjf; tb.Neon :
from compliment*. .6, Becaase the labor of producing ,aOk U eAA2'pe.Tf.Pe... 4Ib.t.tll _
"The Cabinet, I can assure you, were in I Territory, before' it pays the foreigojnterest tb.,.Mae4ealary piivaUs1.. 'defttrviagaod badly performed m six weeks whilst other w SA'lUAY Jena1ItJ'.ti, : .IIEJIT ..$1LET: ,

their condition be. Pensacola Bank. Who tell treated," but the "volunUert / any .o.'c1oc,1wlfliiflt tk8toN I AUCTiONBEf .
perturbation as to of .the can UI t -*btch tide produce six months. tbUaIj.J ,
gome requires i ,
: fcy Tare 6f Ai.txj 0s'it .Lxo I .
mutt J
I the fair
Mr TVLCK. : mean mounted ".edenlu101"arc t.a largo sad
'conferred with about the men, II the ,
fore they something more ,7.B.caaseiwiIldd mtthto the wealth genera! afscrtmont of' ,_ l ,.nceMoN: j1ECILUSALIDAY3S.We&ViSaJI -
of them contemplated an immediate eicepted-are guilty pr such "rascality" and of '
tMW some the, withoot material addition DRY GOODS -ffARDWlRB
cO''Otri SHOES.
any .f8
resigoation. There are several men in The poumcd chalace returned to their "dwboneaty." that their pay miut be lopped. Will al cost, sbce most of the labor can be &&.

that Cabinet, particularly Mr. WJEBBTM, arm Zip*.-Whig electioneering has worked any body tell ui where thU & ." and "dit-I formed by children and infirm per. GROCERIES : ,L&tet Carnages Cheap for c&I

remain there one hour after thus the N. York E. honesty of the mounUd men hit 'been exhibited! persons. : ;BAJELOUCBE8 BUQGT3
ibo would not as : :- 8. Because it is CHARIOTEER
says in this I'
encouraged country 20 Barrets Pork, ( Rw,Coffe* corapbUTfoi; ia
ceased to find influence UNrtiNcirLED Recuisa I op ,Mporior
views Ornceu I
time when his The Abolitionists have elected j jdcr Who are by stale bounties' I d4 Bet. _
the a Slavchol. they, since those whom whilst in European and ; 20 'f5Bap SDpr. 'lyle sad tv Ale .U Mis* aU eommMeioaSL

with tbe President. to be President. The Whig manufactu. I Col. Downing wished to AsiastK silk growing countries, a tax of S3 I' 20 Ken Lard, Sperm CandidaT qtoreof ,- : J. HACKLEY.

tA The other day- ., after a Cabinet- __1._ 1.Council-J -r,., .rr.. I, ,.i.... ..n .A .., 'P...:a-....... .i. I see in service were not appointed? There are bgLI per pound has'been paid by the producers. j 1000 lb. Side*. I Cask Sp-rm. Oil Feb. 27, tBl l. Jut "' ,
tlie members ol the uaotnei wm, lUlU b U"" "-'- I. "LI..A.'U1U &J&&IS j UJIC three months service to be inquired into. The : 9., Because the Chinese JOOO do Hams, I &c.&.&.C. Uodemgnetf m now je..sving QEN- _

rloomv 1 and dissatisfied, came out c I lCt'r.In whig speculators on paper credit, an oppo. I former Territorial service and accounts connected I muHcaolis mulbery; mcrus J| ALSOThe : _L ERAL ASSORTMENT OF GROCERIES _
satisfied with uilh can be proprigaled mere speedily ; Store Boose occupied the aud WESTERN PRODUCE-ConsiatiBf'of'* '"
content. They are nent to a National Bank the it, are another affair. Has Gen. Read boenen now by
and ; whig consoli.; and at less
flit cost than
I any other tree that is Firm of Tafl &Alexander., BACON
TYLER' course. dationists and "unprincipled roguish flI ccr" fur the three I _
.tfr. agrarian scramblers for the : past raised in the country, the leaves of which aDDITIONAL: LARD

And what, we would ask, produced this public domain, a strict construction States'i' tnonlli Blackburn,*? Has Col. Dancy, or CoL Bailey, or Col may be usei1 for worm feeding in two months 'I 4 Grey Match Horses, Waggons, and one Negro FLOUR I

perturbation on the part of ceruiu members Rights man the advocates of i 1 I, or Col. Dell, been au unprincipled! roguish after the bud is planted. I Boy 18 years old,all of which will te sold to WHISKEY .
; assuming state officer Has Msjor CollinF cioso the late Firm of Tail Alexander TOBACCO &
made them into or Alajwr Crich- 10. Sf _
t What I Because J '
of the Cabinet ? go I debts, and of a national debt, and all the 'a.I'I I tOil been an 'unprincipled roguish officer?" Has: our importations of foreignsilk *.. Terms made kuown on the day of Sale. SUGAR t _

I cabinet: t council gloomy and diuatUficdr!' ious schemes of relie'in..he'ictlms I of their Micklt-r, or Dummelt, or \cadman,or Fcrreira,or already amount to $20,000,000 annual f EDWIN W.DORSEY. COFFEE.&c.&c. : _
Which reasonable
o ly. hl1 thy offer an termi.
of the difference m Acoeta tIt. 401TRAyD .
What, but a knowledge own gambling speculations and or Rogcro, been an "unprincipled roguish 11. ,CU1Tl'&POUNCET. '
their Because
paying there !
aro hundreds of silk from the subscriber on the 12th of _
and Mr. Tyler the officer? Is there
1 them one single officer of those received 2 doors west of the Pot Oifioe, TaJlahassee.
opinion between gambling debts out of the Federal Treasury, into factories in operation in our at which i I. April', a h'o year old mare colt,a bright sorrel _
the United country
States April 17 33
of the Govern. aervice
and policy as appointed by Gov. t' "ith'a
I blaiid
great principles have elected an ndvocate of rigid economy' Reid (sum il.fl Atlantic to tIDe An.Urhirola who they are anxious to purchase all the raw ,ilk I,11---P _, ..faie._ t_.Anv...parson. ..returning--._ _the yTeooWIIied. said _- _! "," u.- }3n"n WAISU_ ;_ __
men. &,ware of this-they were fearful of of frugality in expenditure.The has been charged or ef eu nupteted of anj ,thing 'h4tC&n.bc moo, wemg, present torcea ,, JOHN W. .ADAMS. RAM A WAY' from the sabecnber in lAOS

dismissal.aSlu '. : ''unprincipled" or "roguish Or is there i :impmw silk t 'keep them employed. .1 _My 1, 1811. 40 negro man Andrew. ,He has a sear
a man of. '
l1a ry account for this IVo Proscription Party. on the left hand from a barn,and n a little lam
is Possible to We beg our readers to look over an article the whole Bank party, who dares to brin: a charge I NOTICE TO-- - STRAYED from the Camp Major Churchill, the effects of Rheumatism, 5 feet 8 inches high.-

:' this ,'gloom and dissatisfaction, on. against them, or any ONE of them! CLAIMANTS.A I on the 25th mat. a Sorrel He has a wife at CoL FisherV. Who above reward

lution the members of the cabinet, in from the Globe, in another column, exhibitingthe UNPRINCIPLED ROGUISH OFFICERS. I 'Board ef Army Officer having been Horse, sixteen hands high i th. hair is partly off! will be given on his delivery at Tallahassee, l.aMuir.

the part of workings of the principles of the no Gentlemen, what with I din this city,for the purpose of elltllbh.h-l.both fore legs, from the knee. down; and has aJ .. Bciton &. Fisher, or to the Subscriber.
Downing to
of their I pro. sound
other manner, and this conviction! your log all cUins against either the United States or scratch on the inside of tho left hind foot. An/j EDWARD L. 8TROHECEER.

any incompatibility of views is exp 1 a. j Icription party. We verily believe that, Gen. praises in Congress, and the News In re-echo the Territory of Florida for applies, or for Remcea person that will bring him to the Pulaski House, II. April 24 4t 39

partof the conclusive that Harrison was disposed, a* far as he well them, yuur reputation will stand high throughoutthe connected with the uiiluu *ve hereby offer oar or will give such information at will lead to his recovery -j 'Strayed. .
It is they I
nation sufficient. could Union service* to all! those having sui.Ii claims, in aid o f shall be paid. all expcnsu I the sabscriber.Februarya BLACK
to the "
out of
' did I carry principle no pro. their FROM
ascertained that such incompatibility adjudication and collection. i May t, 1841 40 I II with austin the forehead. Ho

( had that they considered it so great,, I I scription" to a considerable extent-but he \Ve find the following in the New York Any papers delivered to ua personally, or transmitted I I I formerly belonged to Dr. TayUr,on the Micasockie
not exist, and I was overwhelmed the Express, a Whig Abolition print : by mail, (pokt paid) will be promptly laid I District Florida,Set. ,and well known by the name of Black War-
by unprincipled men Reasoui
and the
dismiss before the Board.Whenever appearing to Judge of Ute
thai "1r. Tyler might even j jWe whom he surrounded. "Faon FLORIDA.-Our news from Florida is disagreeable the FOR I Middle Florid.s,it is considered Tie, in that section A liberal reward will be given -
by was case il i instructions
requires will
IhrJI were jogful that he did not. -- ---,- enough. The editors of the Intelligencer be given as to anI additional proof, which be by the Honorable Alfred Batch, Judge of said District to any person who toay find him, by sending

are pleased to see this. It satisfies' I The Great Corrnptor. at Washington says that, its information lOlLd.thpm ncccwtry to Che enpport,of the claim, or as may to tbe that a Special 1 Term of Leon Superior Court him to New Tan JOHN Yaref R..LLOYD.Quisc1 Road.;

will take The made the believe form ia which il nvisi be mado. shall be he'd on t'e 17ih day of May next. at the .
than ever' that Mr. Tyler I developements lately by to there is a mischievous influence at April 10 3t" 37
more Court House in Tallahassee
us In ail Power at hour of twelve ,
cases, a of
We should have: I Committed .fStockholders of the Bank of the I work arnon certain persons in Florida, other than Attorney to us, acknow -
an honest correct course. ledged before the clerk of tho county in wnich the o'clocCl\I"1 (being Monday,) for tbe purpose then CAUTION

, disappointed in him, if he had dismiss. United States, and by Mr. Biddle, ought i Indians, which, prompted by merely mercenary party resides, and recorded in his office, must accompany and there to hear and determine any and all such' I HEREBY forvarn any. peisoa from trading
! been considerations, counteract the disposition of the the papecs. issues on tho Crimnal Docket of said Court then for the two notes set forth io the tollowiaf
surely to the of the United
ed the cabinet. It would not have been the people Indians for pacifications, and prompts them to keep W. P. &T.II. DUVAL. and there appearing for trial. And it n further receipt as I am determined net to pay them and I

j of a statesman. It would have done States.Ve first of all see the grossest up hostilities, when they would otherwise find their Tallahassee, May 8, 1841. considered and ordered that venire facias, to summon am al.. determined Io protect the endorsers unless
part DpAll who Grand aud Petit Jurors to serve at said Termof compelled by law. ''
frauds and
in its officers and perions hare entrusted with
swindling may us
harm \o the cause, we believe, he has at some interest to give up their arms. It is difficult to bo claims of the above delcription.fill Court, de issue according to law, returnable to A. F. DUVAL.

heart-the cause which he has always asser- I of its Directors; and then, to hide for a time lieve in the reality of conduct so detestable: ; yet it Powers of Attorney as above directed pierce and execute give orsend said 17th day of May next. March 20, 1841.

his whole political 1 the consequence of their villainy,we see them positively effirmrd in private letters received in them to us. \v. P. & 1'. H. D. AND FcRTiiOt OaniRcn That this order be published
I Upland defended, during in all the papers published iu the city of'l'allah.uce Copy of receipt.frora J. D. Dissovay 4-
\ deferded Websterand [ I I set too cooly and deliberately, to try by a Wa-hington. We express only what we are sure .J 1EVJtILD. until the said period.
has against
jfe, which he I Ii (r..ishu table 01 the subcriberon Brothers.
be the .. tha1
must sentiment wleD
sudden wo STOLEN Dated this 29th
rush >
break the bO.! of I.: jr
to York
i Clay, and the whole Federal pha'anx of ihcse while savages are infinitely more criminal night last, May 2d,a bright Sorrel AprilIUIi.ALFRED BALCH. Received of A.F. Du vat.payment in fall for two
I This is acknowledged fr rather avowed, in Horse with a blazed face, end four while leg*; U. promissory nolrs vie hold against him, dated and
aud corisolidalionists. and more of than the red S.Judge District Court oi Midde: Florida.
\ Jatitudiiianans worthy punishment, men
letter from the uppused to b! about 9 or 10 years old ;]works well, endoned follows, to wit; Ope note dated toe
a Cuuhie' of the Bank Test-R.
But they left die cabinet council with theirMghom" to Mr. whom they practise upon." and rides I pretty f. ir. ,Ten dollars reward will b e WELLFORD Clerk. 1-. -r .No. ,_ io x .r_. .fcffCQ *0_. n.. -kl- <-.uT'month*
May 1 --- -- -- -- -- --- -- -
removedVelt! The President N. Biddle. Can it be possible that persons in Florida given lor the tniel r and hone, or five oouars lor me 4Q o m dale payable to and endorsed by Robert K.

Ha acknowlcges that, to effect this object, have written to the authorities at Washington horse alone, if left at K. J. Hackloy's Auction For Sale West and one Dote dated lit of Noyember.'U3J8: ,
I lad told\ them he would not dismiss them. Kouui, or at the .ubscribers, GOOD ROAD WAGON. for $668 70, payoble eight months from date, pay

, But are we to suppose, that when, as Vice the U. S. Bank drew bills on Ilottinger & as intimated in the government official, ANDREW SCOTT. A sets of Htrness. Apply Ic with five able to, and endorsed by J.: B. Ball, both note

know that such Co., of Paris, to an immense amount, and sold t the National Intelligencer. We do not be. _Taalia5see_:. Mny. 8, 1841-13_41 April 24. 1841. W. G. BURGESS Agent. signed by Alex. Formy Dural. we hereby promied

1: )President he had let them them in New York. At the time tho bank l lieve it. We charge it as a fabrication, web - NOTICE. ST1EAYED OR STOLEN to transmit to him said two notes as soon as pocsi- ,

ras the difference 01 opinion between them, and woof of the official. or of some one who HEREBY ble.
forwarn from Cot
drew the bills ou Hotiinguer & C. they had 1 all persons trading ON Monday night last from J..D.: 'DI3SOWAYTalUhasMg &BROTHERS. #
that they dreaded a dismissal: that he, "hen I has the ear of the editor. It has a double two Powers of Attorney given by me to Wil- ;, Magnolia, a CHUXKY BAY Feb 12,1840 marehgO, 184t '

be became President would suddenly become not a dollar in their hands on which to draw object-to disparage Florida, and to be usedat I liam Wyatt, Scar. One Irom CapU Burney, and )ARE, about fire years old-ba, a LOST ,

They expected to provide for the bills the North for effect. the other from C./, Kiminy Mew. I also forbidall _?_ scar on the back, supposed to have
by political of the 20th irstant
views and their 1 1Wiald Tallahassee the.
their night
converted principles
to Paymasters from paying the aid Powers of Attorney been ,urnt, and a small one on her right IN on
he to them, Gentlemen, you sending the specie drawnJrom the New York It is intended also to furnish an excuse for ,as the conditions for which they were given opposed to have been burnt. Five Dollars jaw Reward, ROAN ,HORSE; hois .supposed to hive
say that act ef folly in disbanding the. hare not been with. wilt be and alt reasonable broken loose from the post he was tied to, and .
banks by means the sale to & I gross complied given
hve been mistaken in me. You think botjase oj Hottinguer r expenses paid, on carried with him a rope ''baiter and has a. cut .
JOHN C. PECK.JTallaia8sc this
troops. The recommencement of hostilities her delivery at office, or to the Subscriber,1!
Co.-but they so clumsily managed their wound his off hind leg end a surd on his baek.
1 have always, on every occasion, oppo by the Indians, the almost certain May 8,, 1841lt1 Dear. Quincy. WM. T. POYTHRESS. .
It is he will make towards t.Marks as
---- supposed n
rascality, that they neglected to advise Hot. Apr.l: 24 2t .
!' ed a National Bauk, because it was un. quence of the disbanding the troops conse.I NOTICE, 39 he was lately purchased from that place.

constitutional, aid have referred my consti. t linger & Co. of the bills, and they were consequently be attributed, not to that act of stupid folly I have appointed Iienj. F. Whitner, Jr. my Attorney RANDOLPH & LEWIS; The finder will confer a fanron' the owner by
in fact,during a few weeks absence from DEALERS in Urugs and Medicines leaving information at this office where he may be '
protested. The bank thus lost but those "certain paint.
ueuts to mi speeches and votes, to show how j to persons other thin In. i, this Territory. Oi's and Window Glass.. _. -rvu. T. ....- -

I and denounced such an institution credit, and the New York banks sustained/j dians," who, for "merely mercenary considerations BENJ. V. WHITNER. Administrator. Notice. 4
opposed ,
themselves against tbe base plot laid against I 1 I ," are prompting the Indians to recommence Leon county May 8, ltHl-t2 41__ __ WE !hare just receivcd large additions to oqr persons who have any demands ag&inat > .
thd.lxocause I did this lateas
I *nd )ou think so '. hostilities.I stock, wh.ch is offend for sale low. ALL
them William C.Campbell, )' Injustice* Court, Lean Estate of Isaac Frith,deceased, hereby .
October last,that I w ill not oppose a Na. I,I Who are they Who are these letter wri. vs. >ceunty. City of TallahasCcnjiinin required to present melD without delay for pal
Bank Prewdcntbut I tell I will." In addition to this, the officers of the bank, ': I Tennille. SM.B' Term ALL article charged to our regular customers, ment to the Subecr ber. .
in'ual: as you t ers? If they know any facts to authorize to May 1841. will h* at and the its '
cis same
Now is itnot to and some ef the Directors, took out hundreds'of I'I their writing letters to that effect do Asumpit by attachment for $50. will ip be deiuinded prices in or equivalent NOTICE is hereby given,thai the said deceased
perfectly preposterous suppi why they payment at the expira.tisn died West ;
thousands of dollars !' I bound i in $100. at Key about the last,of Nov. lastkav-
"!* that anything in substance {ike this occurred without the knowledge not inform the civil aDd military authorities oft defendant and all others interested will of the year. 'in, no lawful heirs known to the Subscriber, and S, ,

in the cabinet council and there l of the Board of Directors, and paid it., it1Vhy i iack t? do they not make known the names ,1 1 THE notice of the institution of the ahove leaving personal effects to the valueof1250.' "

yet bought in Mississippi and other depreciated'stocks 1 1of these "certain persons," so that the eyes .' suit ty attachment and appear and answer to the All persons, baring unsellled,d accounts for previous The deceased wag dark., complexioned slender

I to have beeu to warrant the conclu.ions t at par I of the public authorities may be directed toj i ame agreeably to taw.E. close ihe year same.are requ ?t to come. forward and about 5 l feel & inches blab, and abut 35'jean of

s.ferred from by its effects upon the members They have fooled it and rogttcd it to such
of the council. The fct, we have no douUis % extent, that the stock of the bank is now I:j..watch die miscreants. --May! !,.-1641.--- 41 Talkhassea- ,March 7lh, 1841. 35 ,ManJaaIPs Sale.ip' .

that aware of the difference in political l selling at 819 per share of 100 paid in orirr.i i, We hope that, if our late Delegate has; STRAYED OR STOLEN. STRAYED. : ; Virtue of *'writ"of Fkaa Faeiaai I jawed

principles' existing between them, they dread i inally! I j |heard any thing of the kind Washington, :I ICVoro: the 'ubseribcr at TaHsha,ee, 'onI.. ON Moot the 4th of ApriL from the SobecriKT _u_.p out of Leon Superior Coort and to me di-

i I teat he took the earliest I JU right of the 2Jt April, a dark b ly or brown ratliilingatout' 10 miles from Tallahassee reeled wherein Jonathan Gaaldn is pbiatifT aad
ed a disrr.i'isl1-aud: the President satisfied Diddle & Co. have Jinanciered, that is, opportunity to exam. {t' mare; said marc has a white place on the heal or on the Thnmasville! Toad, two horses ; one Hugh Archer and *ner> are defendants. I have

them oa that point[, and thrir hearts were lift. cheated, the stockholders of the bank of the m ine into and contradict it.Ve wonder jibe '1 below the f let lock of on. of her fore feet, inclined white horse,about ten years old, lame in the right 'levied upon,and Toeedaj the llth day of May

has so much influence there as his friends' to have high hip bones. A long| haavy tail; Ihod hind knee, aba,'has a large lamp under his right next, at the Court'House in Tallahassee, between

dup with joy-their "perturbation," quieted. bank ol the United. States out ef more than pretend he had, that he not set this matter'to.1 j I j before, and was i in good order. A liberal rcwai J ye; The other is a small Dark Bay Horse I large : the legal heave, ehalt.proceed to oell the dwelling

and Ibl'ir"gloom" dissipated. half of the capital stock of the bank'iue! rights. I will be paid for the delivery of th* mire at tr.is mane and tail. house and -tfipartenancei occupied bj said Hugh
1 I place,or if >tolen., $20 will be paid for tho apprehension A litwral reward will be given on the delivery of Archer (beifg west of 'adjoining: the City of
Suppose Mr. T\lcrhad made a speech in encouragement to charter another national : of tbe thief. bath of them. ,
one or to me, or information where Tallabuseee) levied upon aDd! to be sold for Specie,
i 1 W9 in favor of I Tribute to distinguished Dead! :I ?sf3. G. ba had.
the constitutionality and bank THORNTO\Jr. they can to satisfy said writ arcordaig to law.
MAY 14. 1811. 1! TallabulM-,1J..r: & At WILLIAM THOMPSON. LEIGH REID 3Iarshall. _
njwdjencx' of a National Bank I II I .
Suppose The 3Ia:uolia or Southern Monthly j''" Tallahassee, April 24 3t "39 By JOBS F. KACHLZ D. M..
ORDER fixed the Com. FOR SA.LE.
OF THE DAV, as by 1
I lie had,1:1 1&32, \otid in favor of a re-char- We have received the second number ofI niiiteeof Arrangements.Minute to'I rfllHRCE Tews in the Presbytoiidn ChnrhJL ALBERT K. ALEXANDER April 10 tds __37 :

t ter of a Nutiotiul Bank that in I guns .1 I No". 4. :. '
Suppose OcluUr Jai-t 1 t j Apply to G. C. S. Johnson, S. S. Siblsy, J. G persons indebted to the estate of MAKU.
when called for
on an epres.MI i i number contains a continuation of the Knights The procession to form on the 'Padrick, or IJiliinrd. AD ALL ,deceased, are hereby notified to make

of Lis opinion in relation to such a bank, .of f the Golden Horse Shoe, a very good taleevery I Capital Square, at 11 o'clock, A. M., in I May 8, 1&41. 41 Gene Commission Port Fill.Tarr.b Merchant. immediate payment;r and those having demands
w bad referred to that speech and that vote in but the continuation the following order :- i i I n NOTICE. will present tli;a for tttlemont, to .
j thing name ; a 13 1841-tf _. 33
K 1st. The Rev. Committee of Arrangements weeks after dale, I shall to Ihe Hon. JOHN W. LAVINU ,'
and Clergy, apply
what "
that opinion was; of the Ghost Seer, a translation of one ofthe ; SIX of the County Court,of Jefferson .,I Jflnllef Millie 11 Ja g 11 24 Qualified: Exeooloe,.
and the Orator. ,, county J-
wl'i'ose'' that from such reference the editor 1 very best of the German novels by Schel. 2d. The,Governor and Suite, and U. S.I I j i for letters of AdrninisVaUon. de bon., nan, on i UST tblfc received pickled Mullet.end for sale low for cash, fifty I rilliE Subscriber Laving disposed of his stecCln \

of a public journal should pretend to draw | ler ;'the Last of the Abencerrages of the Civil Officers.3d. i I the ell late of Jacob Carter,late of Jeflenon county, ALBERT R. LEX AMIRPert JL trade to H. Saulsbury, is thankful for the .
!the! deceased. JOHN FRCEMANMay8.I'41. : sha re patronage he ba* rec.iv d,and s.lichitor .
inference Leon; March 13 1842-tf
that Mr. Tyler would go a. Moorish race of Granada, a people of whom Territorial Civil Officers.4th. 41 t 33 bttccesfeur'a'continuance.. of the fame.

rig a bank, what should think of him On Cousignment.ArtD -; ,
we infidels as they were, we never think of I Intendent) and Common Council. $20 REWARD. J.-BLESS.

to that he was a dolt, or a political scamp of without of sympathy. 5th. Officers Army and Navy U. S. /IN.tVAY from the- criJer, on the 7th '. 'for: sale low, a splendid assartment o* April ; '1841. 38 ,it, '
I a feeling melancholy It I ; >cstc DABLtza, from Princes's Garden N ,
the very first water. And yet this thing ,; 6th. The Pulaski Band. of last.Apt l, a bright Muhtto Boy, namco York, coniUUng variety and Cabinet- Business.THE -; .
very There is i also No.l, Areana Angelorumia DENNIS, aged about eighteen every colour. They .
ill been done the 7th. The Military. years,a little round were put up in fine order and are warranted to .undersigned having -purchased of Mr.. J. -
by Charleston
virtually i
I of S. L. Laurie, Esq., shouldered, weighs about I351bs, tho above -
poetical production
reward bloom
8th. Tallahassee Debating Society.9th. ,if properly taken are of. ., Us ENTIRE 'OKOP, TOOLS'
kurier. will he for the
Mr. Tyler made a speech against'j ; ': which does credit to the author. Mechanics' Institute. $10; if given in Jail,delivery where of said boy,to me. or ALBERT ALEXANDER... AND MATERIALS1IIbe* ,above'line,, intend.

j National Bank; he voted against it ; he re. I 10th. Citizens on foot. cbita: P.lodged O. Early Co. Geo. I can ret hi;. Po- Port Lean. March'13. 1841-if 33 I continuing the:business.at.the 'old stand, opposite ,'

j wd to this speech and this vote, as indica. | The Democratic Review. llth.M j in carriage J. T. B. JONES. A LIST OF LETTERS remaining in:the Post Ward' & Mays,and reapec1t..JlII1J1aclu the patroa. ,

Ilg the he \VoS have received Nos. 35,and 36, of this May 8. 1841.-y4- 41 t _tOffice at Thomawille, Ga., on the morning I age so liberally bestowed on hia predecessor.HENRY ,
course auld
in rebitiun "
w pursue 12th. on horseback of the lilt of Apri! 1841;,such of which SACLSBURT.
fc bank, and the Ceurier infers from it that valuable periodical. We sincerely hope that t and move in procession through the principal Notice to Claimants. [ shall remein three month'*'thereafter, will be. as N.B. DOORS SASH apd MANTLE PIECES, '
I BOA Ki) uf officers "Dt .
Army ,i it. IIU\V in cession &, made to crdtta4 Clho ahortest e. '
\e it have extensive circulation. We to the General Post Office dead -
the letter:
rL11epproveoj it i iI i may an streets trough the city, to the grove near in this city, (by direction of the Secretary ofVarHO as April lOih, 1841. 38y '. ,_._ __. .

I I.Charleston what it was, that such a thing assure our readers it is deserving of it. Its Presbyterian Church, where the oration will \ investigate! the accounts ansinir frA.- .t.. Antley!. 4%GerrgeArlodge \. 'McMnrrain Mfllcndoa X"Mrs nltllWt. .Eli'btlb" .NOTICE. S

>ct will be surmised from the is I to d..Jivap.d: *o wviwk,ui tu ma ctiurcn jr Miuia service io Florida. Ml persons, therefore, C E2 .
done nhj* name McDonald Donald
by a prominent public journal I who have claim against either the United State WEEKS after date-'the '
sup the day is unfavorable. Bryan James'BuwickWmB SIX undersigned will _
M Leod .
ported by the patronage of its citizens to advance those principles Democracywhich The Marshal] of the day, of whom Gen. or the Territery of Florida,for iuppliet, or for .?r.' Milton'James Catharine to tbe; Bon 'the" Judge of tho Cooaty. .'

Jefferson, Madison, Johnson, Taylor, vices connected with the Militia are requested to Court af .eouCognty, for.L Uen uL Adqiyaiatn.
The (Heads of iJ'crd-here Sam. Pakbill,will ail as chief marshal, will I present them, with all Lou paper. in their Bryan Hardy 'Mitchell RkkardNecl ion oo tbe Estate of Charles Black,,deceased. S
Major and their so earnestly support B .Handy Miss
seem to Randolph compeers, effect. Rocksy Ana .
COnsider carry the above arrangements without delay., Tie Board expect*to bold, at some r I1lJB&Cu.. Newman ROB'T. RAYMOND. REID. f ;
the James
Ute contest between that gentle. advanced. Noah S. Thompson,John W. Cotton. if d I inure time a session at each of the following B!cksher James A- Ta11ahasseeAjrvfl15184l. '38HoreBrtdle'and \ :q; "

man! end Cut Dttcning, as one between the these numbers contain, among other erti. J. P.' Du Val, Esqs., are added. to the mar. !I named Spring places Nawnancvjle in East, and Florida Black, viz : Suwanes p : B.-yan'B B*Capt.' 'Newlon Norman Amoe Jam.,.2, -t Saddle: .. :

bigsproper, and those they call the rlcventh des of an interesting character,one peculiar. shals. II I Augustine; or both;,.duo 'notica ot Creek which will or St.be C
lien; that is, those who, from being ]ly go-a notice, with large extracts from a I Governor Du Val! is added to the commit.. given. % <' Eu'p{ riorCoi.Tt2 Pow.H WflliaraPondei seven .,,blind of an eye.very lbt ftoeui' ff' ,
( Ciotby Henry 3 years pTdha .benreentI'yoib.ed wr
For tb, it U '
of requeatedtbataU
norou'Jackson Van BoreD men for Brisbane the Social I tee arrangements.It I present communications John hard ia a wagon had iost' 'oldsaddle ,-
years, work by Albert en be addressed thus:-" To' the Carter W Pugh Thomas & Everett ; ] _on bun *ben a
Board of '
ddeoll} w recommended to the citizens to suspend Levi and biidlo.aad 2 saddTe bi.nketkisaEAtrk)
changed and became Association and Carter Prevatt Priestly J :
Whigs Man Reorgan'uzation Officers to Claims
,just Destiny of ; Array Investigate Tallahassee. ,, '
their usual that and the'ether .
it S freealbawiddJe asold.aail
out the time occupations on day, Florida. THO. F. Car ion Seward Mrs Amand F' tornrnimo.dialely :
that the Whigs thougot they of Industry. doors generally to be closed. Lt.Col. &. Dy.,Q.M. General, Pres't of the HUNT Board., cno..sy J W Seward 'James L acroa* !the" tt't A>h,We're ward will t Ugtym .

ere certain Gen. Ifarruon.would. be elect- The Editors in" the city of Tallahassee will I May.: -. .'y- .> at' ". : 40 EUiotJ.bn' 'Seward Hansel, ) I to any P'.. irtavde&veraaidt'bom. to -
And the bat mortifying of the af. The Volunteers. ,-. Eaton John -Smith Job.E W 4.. the Subeenber.: :1* .. W.HItUARD, S ..
LItbatbite% part ; The St.,Augustine.News, the Bank Whig please publish this notice. I ON CONSIGNMET _, Elslfr! Jarcee 2 Seixat B"4 ,Tallaba.ee,April. ft,cotW. ;,31'- tt" ,
the "
"genuine Whigs, as I,1 <
the Committee .
By of Arrangement. i Sob 14.
ef rilUE c be haa received IJ oDSilUlIJt' Ellwetl Benjami Sullivanobn O :
i call themselves & none of the"spoils," organ in th.e'East thus discourses the volunteers X bOO cask LIME t Davis Daniel 1 Saoders'Yi1J.iam r. tf -MOTICJE.6CtWwka .. .

ithl falls to the "eleventh hour" The aud their officers. We beg the volunteers PARIS 4 aftar 4ta I,hJl s pjy I to tho .
men J 30 bbte. cacined DavisJpnVUianGDickey I
Iuinea" think REASOKS FOR M AKIKO SILK.-The Adams. z ,S derV cJ, '0 J Iud, of Jefferipoa Coaol,J[Oawt.tOr I'_. 4fr
they hw ,cause of com. it in mind. 10 HYDRAULIC CEMENT' S E" Sanders of '
to keep I Pa. Silk offer H.Drl'f Admioistntwn. iariho Eitf Thot''
the follow
Jw t, and that the Cabinet at '. County ( ) Society, .It-.r AROUND MARBLE' Fullford Wycb A ., '. &rJpb.{_-. ; *ied litlo of said .
Washington Such an"officer' WAK KEN (for cuch atoo-in. should ?) SttpheD8tJee Cotaoty.ii I 1 fif
880D-'f why they cultivate silk {7 MARBLE CHIMNEY PIECES .
J .been acting under deluswa. ing r : -. Fair Mr. B LancsI1.Jl.kfuardO *> Or >-,'' .-DPdf.riEwSqL1 -
be ncg*be strange law u Daoc-Dnminf'-OtioJer Aidnu.JlU 1. Because has bees proven by the ex.peritnce 17 HEARTHS Gatlin Thomas MGmwold Ti ofi'Wn>Hays April 14 >ktJ. _.. .11". 111q '
y f accouoted for,oa the ground I Bell nor Ii 14 TILE'for. not Col. Downing, nor Secrilar/ of that the soil and climate el *' Elisha' Thompson Lewis A j -
the '
Cabinet relied en the patriotism of that CIoueed iU tbo many 110 kegs JCAIL'5 QatJia M,Martha \V '' CW. ,;"
(itoppi.f )
: the Whig party, pay Japrf ei; MorgenViek : '
Senutnct," and.deemed policy to keep bat the ra.cslity of'the very diqnefr N whom lbfleralddiIws a I this 'county are weU'adapledand";* A t theropisascertain'as'finyot ,. 100 /> WHlTE.tBAD.... Hurst John .Tbaui.a S&ei4B' ., .SIX"W, b..t\er'- .:list. --r.T ,,m..". ., ,
er. 72 boxes WINDOW G1 ASS'.aliUltted .s. 'Harvey Mr ; .tfosee ., ,P't w.t' e, ..jtJ ,.
Mary 1.0'SlaEa1luaTfl
J'J'spoils" to sec r* the uratnernets. of h 'it" -.c u .
: iti : <
supprt-4hedLihon !/ or jf&di uCcilPi f t mID.
Becauie'rt be .. CARPENTEltrTO'OLtAXES,SCREWS .
.2, can produced 1ytho or.u'r : .UasWillisznj1'YIegr.. Ann E 'f )8". ..
J fw ..wedo that Uu WJ.trfflilE : ti41 Esi ioof"O 5 .
may not tee M&ft/em AM/K. Not the de* rring and ttdfjf4ratod4a44vy '_ <_ *L. i IROPT, .swuf. BOARDS i.. 0"14U&l lata
nib of I.I D. ..
family .
** dinary ; II4MjS&moaD .1.:1Yme.L :
i .
J coosequeacc to oar pari,. Lel4bem .private,tot cone of I.1Usr.It 1 OILS, PAINtB B V !: :! .' ''t.,t, eeUedof al4 c.Dtl' > JJ" ;', ,, .
WI1Wt '
hundred doUan. Ul.jISiuonU
several : "
M--HcU.-a'plAin ,
atf* weir iI ; 1,4'MiiF:: ? t 1\ '
cmcerna-tbett.owo'8Y, and I ctrLUs R'xsvi*a O OmcaaaJVewt" : ". :'HiD.th 'ttwiflqyk ,. t / _
rarln LU m' : ..
i ))1twith" -7 .
Gen -
it *' ., 4 .. ---- .
Itt'bom'ooce; o.tbborre4' ".' ".-- bV. them. ,:. ...On this the Augustine' en remarks* the aid ftf/a little gr ,., :ror- two 'wecid, 100 big.*.prim_ Rid co rrr:w s- _. Irwiacjsszie.7. .WMJpp ii ..t.iJoU"rl 0U.i"' ft ..t\"J., ., "l.:1- ,, .; 't 4'it .
.u "l5 Perior. &c.' :. .W4M1.to ''1' t ,
tf'be >. EDO .fIb. r :Oh,,CoL Downing i I'yoa and yeor,orpin rout aid or1I1: form bands' tt .it'. .thei il''M., '
\ tke additional 'Gt.one : boiei D.eabja'.U.4aM Lsf,.4L'l 1,. .I..nII4iD ,' WWThst lA" ', : : ::
ry..iB gO on 04 ibey.bare done ftiich boron tatteiyor; ibori will i eojno : ad.eoofution. I made thiesoflt$6'| worth of silk; '.; .-- ,. ':f t.! ; .LaiJobq Bi,: .!:: r. 1f.'a_" l_ ,.t, : : U'' the. 1'1oridi&::.a ." ;'": ',. .;
ae )
'tt '
?b: 'eat. *t .f thd arty! ;lbeand I 'Y a, Mricni.ljr complain 'j*,!, .addret ,to I exDlot iy ,orAtalO bounty, : \ :. \ ,A1S.ot; = .'Ubfa: ) : ,lei JMk,Leoitudt.w.titar"1'B: .'PfiD'iD 11 '' : ;.ti' k. \ '
01' the ht- .::1 :a1J 11i.
Q' < "
6 otiUrtiU that :: UIIe4inLa t itrur ,
hIIat..j'-- 6' "t in1irsstic't your Vthtitbitcbpri -3.-f'Beesnstf one of.i ilk:will sdl fori'tnach ----2itlr: =Ua t. t ( .i "" ., .
PM, 'JatI,4: tat(fiq e. wer. otapftoi ft4l"1 pound ; IIr"T1I"t .eBaeJ:' .W1f.". r ., "eilb"1Ji--'..-" ..1W :
s- et.: er "I 'U sL .Pfrf;'VM it Wt'oomeWrbt idtta Mi/oa'uf/ 't*a1 barrel'of- 'floor' and. caalw.' {inofqi : 04" I to_.1._.0"I. 'Mdliba, t. "N":" kUS
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\ i'i. .___h". 1 $' .jaofas&rv': ., .'r | l..m'J 'c 'JTallah' -4! ii-trI. ,. ', t 1"1tUl \ Jt> "
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r.rrr- o''f.., 'f.fP)1 : lt&Z;; c ; iT : FMsri
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< li1'i11'i. : PROCLAMATION
Lrr..r : ir ; .. tif .
rJ1r r- T .
A_ n. ,
I + a ) ; t. : "IT rtOVBET P.f'1 ."u.. ..-' .
I .< .St
'Y Ve n- ?V --: : REID; .." V : V ;' ,.t tll"'
!l,WlbultI'a11tl- V to b oaai :n4I, -l. pen.ying .inir- .U,1 ,LDELIH RAYMOND. herstofare, to'witsn, tiie.ft iU1PEaSA", ..J.4l.:
".1 .o\l.s; CUDly, rG"t .'.cD df.ltton.OD Cr ( tJte 1 pna/s arid ch'aunels'.rrir: *,:and w doing! O T'EL.ji: ': .. Governor of.:Florida' thai V. out.Ltd on* tn oaBdjnig'r'of lI*(vemberIa howiredjtncLtwenij-the year ol ,asth.gnddaigb'f..J''ofrek1lu1n: :; ( :hbtidWssd; gjf1j,_

A. fGsjorj*.W.CpDd tbta whiHfaiirii- jc Xa djrtjw.. Ih nunj bin* V .January i.1&4Mt '" HKRE&S. ,/.U Cfcrr is made or Franklin known co.to neWillis. ty'wLo nin*.:aCharter of Incrpration wa fr nls4, on bimr..r Lacpp.ts1os ..& "
i '
t: dred, acue ,'arnica Wr made ction&therein ItlSI:Council of Ute Tcrrit, .
$ public Board and Lodjiog.bjMh day. $? 60 stands-V 'charged iriih the murder cf John"'fl'otton the condil kans, naniudou and rest .

;1 fpllO ft1coT1CE. and.in aIitodery:: .ap.ciu ervJisejMa'lo. which. Dinner. ,"1 ..OfltSupper. ;.: 4. and is now al large. provided by ihe Ie&&t1v.Counci.' oil&he Twri Bank to b*eiiibirsned l lTvtao4 of'NI.al,
: V the human fnm is"liable t. 'of SOBreakfast. V Florida, s certain Bink bj the nam*.4 tothoM who should- "BM
effecl to
b' ,. Reid tory
yae! iappy 'M V Now,know ,e. lhal I, Robert Raymond
V 15 otVFio. DAn and to all thoM aid Bank;their socets jDcI.$ I4j17USc.ndizionajatftaienz
IX made of th BLi i ora
.eb'anA.l apJili-wi1 b fOFPA-TS LIFE PJLL5 and FJIOEI'UXBIT- Governor of Florida by:virtue of the authority in style |
said Bank
.t 60 tlM and
; Court Lodjiny. who should become Satfeeriben lo hWidioQ '
M1.o io lbun., th';tletlers of 'Administration ODl' TEllS bare been gratefully andjiubrcly acknowledged Board ad Lodging 50 00 per oonll.u me,vested dollars by law.for do .the hereby apprehension.offer a reward the of said twrhundred their .ut"cn"Gt..and Msigns -"ad -wherea* also.on paid'Charter whldi said Bank was iIiee.sb"lb.

bf,the ntfitted u4 who ,were w f by the quarter. 45 ,00 to. *f February,in the year of I *ame and sly I. o) tbFLOUflaADd
"* .r Silas laL of counij de- persona ( fugitive, and his safe delivery to any Jailor or other! the seventeenth day !a. ,
l'i ..e J.T previously unacquainted wHi the beutifully philosophical .. Board without. Lodgng.V 40 00 do officer of Territory of Florida, authorised to onr Lord.one thouumLeighL.hundred..an4 thirty. wbarea;alo o* aI
: AMOS M. ALEXANDER.Port principles up'on 'ebiebtboy consequent.. at at by the quarter 30 00 do1 take ch.rjre.of'him. three an act was passed bybe Governor and Leg. dSyVo'erUaryin U jr arof on Let/ V p
'.Port March 27 '* Children and colored servants half prict. White ialalivo Council 'of the rrltof1.'Or Florida, '\. sand eight hundred and ,Ibirt1.rCIW'
Leon. 1841. Sii ?6 old |'
t h. tct J years t ..;.1 hit t.h1. ,....t..t.. "..... LttWU
... of Inrornoration.
V .*. ..nl.. full...nrif.. *. t' L J L I Ll- J I .. mnd said Charter ai. eppearsiT -- .- "- Qt
:: r1OiIcE.- The LIFE-MEDICINES recommend themselves -- -Hors- (e -I- -each meal. ($1 5Qby rather> 11I01.IIX down incoes look ingn when, uarlt eyes to.anu nair, BUU "the original i i enrollment ofsadChsrterof' Ii> l t spoken
;i;! SIX wrckx after dale, application will be made in diseases of every form and description. ,Their tbe day. 1 00 a Given under my hand and the seal of the corporation, and said amendment thereof of record ,i.;laid charier of .( n'a '

Ihjj Honorable Judge of the'County Court first operation i j. to loosen from the coats of the by the monlb .25 00 Ii[u s.] Territory, this tint day of April A. D. in the office of The fcecretary of lh* Territory 't an ite twelfth day or-ebnary.ia1 i .-
N ,,Madis&o county, for [-telof Atluintstralionoa stomach and bowels the various impurities and Candles-each, 37 1-2 1841. of Florida, a* well'as by tho public statutes Itf tluj ;Lord one thousand eigbthundrtd tsxj u tat
I the esiale.of Thomas Anderson, of said county, Fir-single, 50 ,' ROBERT RAYMOND REID. !Territory of Florida, printed by authority of tho .1 an aetwas passed by.the, Governoiasd ,ialati'
'ikesued.t crudities constantly settling around them ; and to S by the month, 10 0(1( the G,>vernor and Legislative Council of the sme,- '1 Council: of the Territory! of Florida "

t JOHN W. AND ,ON- remove the hardened feces which collect in the Gentlemen will He charged in all caws by the 'I By Governor J. McCAirrs, Secretary of Fiends And whereas also, a law. was pawed by the.Goflrnor \. ';Raid.Chasplerof iricorporaik,.. l"art to b n4
1' ch 37, 1841 convolutions of the smallest intratiRes.,. the Council of the said TerritI.41'original enrollment of said Chart tit
__3 bay, unless they stipulate for a longer per e By Them. Jc. Heir Private Sec'y. and Legislative t
NOTICE. medicines' .only psrti&tlycTenee these and leave Account are expected to be settled the end of Med ry, on the fourth day'of March, in the year of our lt en, and said .addiUoeal and a itr.u.m.record '
S.leat ft. L. BAKER'S: and f
OR Drug
j in the office of the tlUT.2* "
hundred and ih'irty-ninr,
week utter date we will apply to.the Hoc. such collected masses behind as to produce habitual every monlh. F.dicine Store, next dore to the Post Offiice Lord one thousand eight Secretary of mn*.
SIX Judge of the County Court costiveness with all its train of evils, or sudden WM. P. GORMAN V for the Proprietor, Also, Choice and I latest prize Dahlia Hoots. authorising and requiring tile District Attorneys of 1-1 1ceedings I of Florida, u well as fcy theTerritory pa1 lie.II' oI UIa

I' tj Madison county for lete .of Administration diarrhea wild its imminent. da ger,. This fact is !4 DAVID F.TV1L3 N R. L. BAKER. Mid Territory.to institute therequilli', legal pn in j vernon and Ftoridaprinied Legislative' Council bl.aQtharill' oC G..
such Incorporations
I the of Wade H. of said couutvd against trtbe aJI.i.
estate John Jncobi
on C. Tails hasMo Feb. 20 30
Lamblte well known all
to regular anatomists who examine their respect'ivo Districts, as'might .hara iocurrrJ whereas aaoi law wnspa.ed
the bjlia.Gd'trnGf.
ceased. and Lumber for
the human bowels after death and Inspector of ..011and to I Legislative Council ofttae'
HEIR. ; hence the pre P.rfeitures 01" their Charters by TerrilorJ tl
EDWARD R. i1orid-
County of Leon, I that tho said Chai the fourth it March !
day J
I' Mar 13C41 .-33 l5 judice of those well-informed men against quack prosecute the same to effect so in'th.1"o.t
; medicines medicines his wcrvices to those who may please PU ACTITI OrTEH OF MEDICINE tcrs might be declared null and void, by the Judg. one thousand eight hundrec- d Ibirty-W-iJii
and heralded
,. .. prepared to OFFERS him. Charges, moderalo.i next door to R. J. Hackley and E. in said District*,- n.ll i rising and requiring the District .
u uI.
: upon of the AUorttmf
win i. : ... ....._ meat proper
h months after date tue undeline. ap. ? -V- V--- J '
.QtX ??! i .. Hun 33 -, Auction Rooms. ... _.
--- M. ht/i ,'LI 0 2 c.ki.r. Attomoyof Unite l Territory to institute the Joe l
Court of the Life Medicines is to cleanse the f&I.al'sec. reD. !requisite l Jeii
l ply to Hon. Judge of Leon County kidneys and ij; 10- .
t Valuable lands for Sale" Stairs for tho Middle District of Florida, prowcu 'I'I i ins against such bankingincorporations1 bSuLre
r 'for letters Dism-rsion .as Administrator of th i bladder and, by this means, the liver and lungs subscriber having a greater quality of WANTSsmall ting for said Territory, hatn appearou ..u ,jar-1 I .rthe --- "- .;...... -. miabt haye
estate of Robert Copeland, deceased, in right ol the healthful action of which entirely depends upon THE than is desirable for his own cuftitationaffers amount in Union or in Life and Trust in behalf of said Territory, and by him the Court 1. turn of their charters bUllIIIIr"0 t-a l

!'. I.i vi i ,Eliubeth! G PQn der.I the regu'arity of the urinary organs. The for sale three valuable pltntalions: -mo, situated A Co notes, for sundry mall accounts that are here: i il'l given to understand, and.be informed, that I I r[ same to effect so that the hilt Q-It
t' W.G. PONDER Adm'r.March blood which takes its red color from the on Black Creek about thirteen mike east due enquire of WARD & MAY. the said-Dank Florida".it the county of Leon and might be declared null and void by thel '
f SO, 184 agency of hundred aforesaid huh forfeited its Charter ',of the Courts in'
t 3 from Tallahassee, containing thirteen March 13 S3 I Middle District proper said Dslnct,_Aaa
:t the liver and the lungs b fore it passes into the in of cultivation I and all the 'Iranchises privileges and rights inn I air.Charles' S. .
: NOTICE. acres,600 of which are a high state 200 DOLLARS REWARD.PROCLAMATION I SAUcy,Atturney oftha Uai1tdatatee
i''f months after date, I shall apply to the heart, being thus uiified by hem, and nourished ihe residue mostly rich hammock land. With 'I muniti thereby ronferredby non-iuer, and he 'hath' for tho Middle District Florida, prOllCIIL

SI Judge of the County Couit of Jefferou by food coming from a dean stomach, courses all the necessary farm houses and outbuildings prayed that a tcitefaeiat uiiglil issue according to I said Territory bath appeared this day alB

V, c unly, for a final settlement, and diorhargr freely through the veins, renews every part of the the crops raised upon Ihis plantation have: not been _I By Robert Raymontl Reid Governor oj law, to 'ummon iho said 'Bank of Florida," to appear II[of taid Terntory.and by him the Court bars kt'r.

!, from the adminUlratorship of Litlleberry Walker system, and triumphantly mounts the banner of surpassed by any in tbe country. Anothrr, about !I Florida.WHEREAS before this Court at the proper time and en toundersland and be inr informed-bal ittntr,.
the distance, northeast from Tallahassee, thai show if it could' why the said i Iral Bank of Florida" the
late of said county : LTITLE BERRY PARKER, A lm .r blooming :onlaining about 700 ar.rcJI. of rich oak and hickory I PASSJ1OUK, who was confined Charter of Incorporation should not be repealed alfl[ the Middle District Florida aforesaid 4tia{?
Jan, 16, 1&41.IK Vegetable Life Medicines have been land ; with 60 or 70 acres in cultivation ; and in the jail of Calhoun county under a charge and declared null wnd void; I jfcilcd> Charter and aJI the franchise, pVit&!
1..t. _- 1..I... lhoroul7lal.- V_. --.J l..llId.- ._-I, .anA..- r.-----nrnnnlln.A -a ..V.u..u b: another in Hamilton crunty,about ten mile from t of murder and upon whom the sentence of death I THEREFORE YOU ARE HEREBY COMMANDED 'I I rights and immunities thereby eonferrd Jiy .>

the remedy for Dyspepsia, Flatulency, Palpitation of the! Suwannee Springs, containing about 2000 had been passed has made his escape from said That you make known to the said USER, and bath prjyed'lhal a uirt fcctt **$*
,: X monlhn after date, 1 shall apply lo small in cultivation, with farm Abuses and Rank of Florida," and all the PresidenU.CaKhiers, ;issue lo law to ,
S Court of JeffersonCounty the Heart, Loss Appetite, Hearlbujn and Head. acres a part jail, is now al large ; according sammon the Mki u.
;t fudge of the County ache Restlessness &c. '1 his land is of superior quali'y (QtVt.V cut Now. know ye. That J, Robert Raymond Reid, Directors and Stockholders thereof, that they be Irai_Bank of Florida to apdear before tils CKM
final and from Ill-temper, Anxiety, Languor I .
1 'or a cetllement discharge ture of sea i.land cotton. Governor of Florida by virtue of tli- authority in before the Judge of our Superior Court of the at the proper time and place, and show cio
I the adminislraiurehip of JCKEUIAU DEIW, late of ad Misncholy, oslivene, Diarrhea, Cholera Also a tract of 400 acres at the natural bridgeon mo tested by law, do hereby offer a reward of Two Middle District Florida for the County of Leon I" it could why the said Charter of loa if
said county, dccelod. RACHEL DREW. Fevers of all kinds. Rheumatism, Gout, Dropsiesof miles east ofTallahatvee of in January next or such should! Q.
the St. Marks, about 11 south Hundred D.I\ In for the apprehension thc aid on the fourth Mcnday ItlOO not be preealed and drciartdig.Il'ad
r:. y 9, 1841 Administratrix.NOTICE. all kind, Gravel! Worms, Asthma and Consumption ; halfof this tract is a rich alluvial soi- fugitive, and his safe delivery to the custody of any other time as the Courtmsy be adjourned to, at void: >

Scurvey, Ulcer Inveterate SJres. Scorbutic upon it there is also a fine mill scat, with greater Jailor or other officer of the Territory of Florida tho Court Hoimc in tho Cit) 0"I"811.lIu-!
months after date, I shall apply to the Eruptions and Bad Complexions, water power than any in Middle Florida. authorized to take chaige of him. County of Leon to *how, if any thing they for MANDED, That you make known'to bt .i4\
V SX of the County Court, of Jefferson sallow Eruptive These lands will be sold at moderate prices, and William! Passmoru is about six feet high light themselves have or can lay.hy the raid Clurtrroflncorporation I"Central P.ank of Fiorida.'' and alt Pretirf fs.:Director

.Coui y, 'for atnal. settlement and discharge from Complaints cloudy and other disagreeable reasonable credits, and if desirable, the purcU e r complexion, ant has been afflicted with the white ofthe"- ank of Florida" should I ?, Cashiers and Stockholders taereo;ilitt
tbo"-A Immistratorship of Christopher Smith, late Complexion, Salt Rheum Erysipilas Common can have Union Bank Stock upon a part of Vie swelling in his right I leg, which is much smaller not bo repealed annulled and made void and all I they h- before the Judge of our Superior Court tf

of said county deceased. Colds and Influenza, and the various other complaints purchase. W BRADEN than the other. liberties, immunities, privilege: and franchises by I the Middle District of Florida (or be Cmt> (

If. C. W. DEWITT, Adm'r. which afflict the human fi&:". in FeY"rSi De 21 ___ Given under my hand and the seal of the Territory the same conferred, l he seizcdinto p's tte sion and I Leon, on the fourth Monday of.April next tfto

V' .Jan. 16, 1841. _ Ague particularly, the Life Medicines havo been MISS C. jmIT.l1 this lOlh Dec., lc40! at the city control of said Territory, andfurther to do and I the date of this writ or such other llm,uti.
Administrator's Notice. mst eminently! successful!-so mucl. so that in WILL open a SCHOOL in Tallahassee on the of Tails h.'ee. receive what the said Court then and there of jt, Court maybe adjourned, al ihe Court Howe if
MONTHS' date, I shall apply to Monday of January next for Girls, ROBERT RAYMOND REID. and them, i in ',this behalf, shall consider and said County of Leon at the city of TallsiioM.said .
jgjIX the .,
.1 V" Judge of Iho County aftr court I.n the Fever. & Ague.. districts. physicians almost universally and. Rnvi nnrl-.-.-.r 1".lvvpnl'll... -.. J--- nf-. -to-atri.. .Ifpp. .chnol. -., u oy n me governor" u.-j;....< _.Anrl... J--.on .urn..- .furtherCommitndpii----- --V--V---V---- to-VV bV vim- County,(o show, if any thing j forihttv
p.. ly, for a final selllemtnl and discharge frll th prescribe them. 'oorn.'i11 born the lower story of Mr. CCTTEK'S M'CA.NTS, Secretary of Florida. notice of the iKtitution of ih-s proceeding. by selves have, or can say. ,why the said CbrtclIt

I V 'arlminislralorsbip of AtKAKOtn R. Mum AY. late A'.l that Mr. Moffat requires of his patients, is I lew house, in Monroe slreel. dec 2e. 18 22 _ publication hereof, in some public! newspaper in \I Incorporation of the "Ce tral Bank ef:f JMJ&"
of lid county, deceased. to be particular in laktug tho Life Medicines strictly Miss SMITH engages to teach All the brandes: Beef Cattle Wanted. the Middle District orFlorita! ,for the space of three I should Mot be.repealed, annalled, to4ku ,oxJ

V BURWELL M'BRIDE, according lo the directions. It is not by a newspaper usually required ; and hopes, by her exertions in subscriber will give the highest price for months from the day hf Lbs date hereof and that I and all liberties. urnfunities, right+ pnrjMes ud
December 19. 1840 21 I Adminitlrator. notice the promotion of I Ier pupils, lo rentier general saLhfaclion. THE stall fed cattle, on being delivered at you make returns of this \Hit. and of your proceedings I franchises by the same conferred' be tern* in',
nor by any thing that he bims.li may his Tan Yard, in Tallahassee. thereon, on the first day of tbe next term of I posnessimi and control of said Territory oU1un41
Middle District, say in their favor,that hf hopes to gain credit. It TERMS, PtX QCARTE*- J. D.GALBRAITH. this Court. land further lo du< and receive wbttibe-niJc.rt ,

Lol Superior Cort. i!alone by the results of a fair trial. Oitho:rnphy and Reading, $500 Feb. 20. 1841.uIntidyspepIic. \Vrr.E3s.-RlCnARD G. WELLFORD, then and lhe:e. r it and themiit i tfcis ?behalfrtiIconsider t -
Robert II. errj. ) Assump, damage $4.00. ITIoffat's Medical Manual-designed asK The above, wilt Writing and Arithmetic, 8.00 Clerk of our said Court this 18th day and din-et,-And you art farlasr mIlUaodeli

vs. >attachment f.r $1,499.3. .- domestic guide to health. Thin little pamphlet, The above, with English Grammar Geography fy Jlnti-bilious Pills day of January A. D 1841, and the six I to give notice of Ihe | ,tilutjep notkw{ proceed
Gaulden. sued March 13
Jonathan. ) 181, and History 10.00 PREPARED BY tjfith year of the Independence ftUe Unit -ng.by publication hercofin! some poblienni.
able In April term, D. 1841. edited by W. B. Jloffat, 375 Broadway, N. York
Tallahassee Dec. 26, 1840 22 C. E. HAYNES M. D. ed Stales of America. I paper in the Midd.V! : Distrirtof Fiona,Wti*
THE defendant and all persons interested are h.s been published for the purpose of explaining -H.. (-L- WELLFORD.[ Clerk of I suare of three moi.ths from the das of lla_ him
notifisd of the institution of said moro fully Mr.Moffal's theory diseases,, and will NOTICE.I Sparta Georgia. the Superior Court of the Middle District of hereof;and tlialyou make return- -oitbii-rii C
I suit by a.'ahrntll,.d arc hereby required to Ip tie found highly int,treating to [HEREBY notify all p r eo.. that the firm of THESE justly celebrated, pa11s which are win- Florida fcr Leon County. yoifpI&Ce0iflg5lraeeofl OR the first dajofseil
: pear and plead lo the declaration: filed in laid I It persons seeking PPENGLER & LYM AN is this day di'boiveJ i ; their way to rr .ernil1elJt popularity! term of our said Court.
according to the form of the statute in such casa 1 bcallh. treats upon prevalent diseases, and the and that I will not be ret.ponsible for any Iran-mo arc suited to oil canes requiring til her mild aperi 'OTICE is hereby given of the foregoin pro- WITNESS-RICHARD G. WELLFOSD

made and provided. caused thereof. Price 25 cents-for sale by Mr. tions made by the said LTMAN in the name of the enl, or active cathartic medicine 'prepnreo by one I 1" reo ding to all pcrt-ous mentioned and concerned u Clerk of our said: Court, ibis 18ih i"or

V CHAS.S. S1LEY, Al'.y.: of Piff. Moffat's agents ctnorally.fCP firm. A. SPENGLER. of the oldfst phy.iciens in tile oulhcri country therein, an I am thereby dirt-ctcd. January A. f). 1841. ao. fIX'J.6ith j Jliil
Jfrcb rt, 18n.-3m 24- TheRO valualle Medicines are for sale by -T*lahay! ee. Dec. 51840. J 19 having been tested by more than ten years experience LFiG REAO. of American Independence.

-- n."_ ..i > Mn ,nv D COUT RANDOLPH & LEWIS. PLEASE TAKE NOTICE. in his private practice before they \pre offered Marshal of the Uiddie: PH'rirt of Florida. R. G. ELLFORD. Clerk of
Til V Aprl term,P.R'1 1141.Abr3ham Dec. jyGarden D. DULL. Cz CO have just received newS lo ihn public, Iud hav.n whenever fairly tried. Jan. 23.5 by JC-I1N F. KACHLER. D. :1TERRITORY ibe Superior Court of thy MiJdIeDilrirtofFlorida t
Del' j Attachment assumpsitfor I andF1oweibeeds. J and fashionable Hats of Beaver Silk: or I been prtlorroJ to a'l: ollur sr'iclp* of similar form, foi Leon tstniy.OTIC .

9143 48.THE 'JK have received direct from the .' Umkd Mole Skin, which they offer to the public r'aoia;. :_, are confidently recommended as greatly superior. OF FLORIDA, -
defendant V and a1 others interested are '''Y' Stciety of f&aktrt," in Enfield Conn. an bly for specie or its equivalent, end 'for tr.e currency fr general u'e. to every other known remedy. To the Marshal of the Middle District, i ishcn by given of the funiv'injre.
notified the institution. of said of ; Reference lo printed certificates In the hands of .l"'t l all! lltioOfd'agd
extensive assorlmenl of seeds which we warrant Middlo Florida at such rates as btcorneth greeting : cceiling perM>im eontsoltieren
suit by attachment, returnable to said term, and to be (fresh genuine and growth of.1840. conscience. the agents. For sale by e' : as I am tuereby dirrrieJ.LEIUIIBEAD., .
heretofore to wit!: on'the ei 'to and plead to
they are hereby required appear BERRY & DOWLING.Jan. Also a good assortment of clothin, Cuth: Cessimercs LEWIS. WHEREAS .
the'declaration! filed in said case according to law. 16.. 1841.-6t and VestmgF, from the coarMd to lie Tallahassee, JanSO, 1841.-ly in the year nf oar Lonl Ma tabs! of the Middle Ditrieli pr Korrf! ,
----- '- ----- thousand eight hundred and \oa, Char-
one lnirty-l
CHAS.. V finesl. Please call and witness for yourselves.! NOTICE. I Jau'y IB by JOHN F.KACHLER..P.1.
J March 13 Att'y ofPlff. CABINET MAKING terof" Incorporation was granted bytlieLogi.lativeCouncil
V subscriber thankful NOTICE. ALL persons indebted to the subscribers by note of the Territory .'lorida.to such persons TO .'DE.PUBLIC.
Edwin D.Coleman, ) MADISON SUPJOCORT, +,'49i.4. THE past favour .lespec- THE Subscribers offer for hale the folio win g ar account on the ]sl January 1841 are as should subscribe to the slock of a certain Bank ''HI HE subscriber respectfully informs the eitimi
TS. N April Term, A. 0. 1541. lifiilly informs the citizens .., low for CASH- earnestly requested to come forward and settle the to be established in the Town of Magnn'ii' and I JL of Tallahassee and mote generally tlwriiKlenr
John Hogao. \ Attachment in Assumpsilfor for Tallahassee and vicinity that Cognac Brandy half pipes and qr. casks same further indulgence will not bo given. No should comply with the provi.xioud of said Charter I of the surroomJiaif Bounties of the Tirbtar
ft V 070845.THE I l.a continues to carry on the I Holland Gin in bbls.WhiKkey account will be continued for the present year, ex which said Bank was incorporated by the name ILUd of Florida. also! of the adjacent conniws tl Oc"-
defendant in said.case and all others in Cabinet Making briines in in do ccptiug with those of our customers who have been style of "TBC.MtRcm.vrs' ASD PLANTERS BAKK I g 3. that he has f stabh ed liiuself'n tit
.are hereby notified of the institution all its vanely {the old stand Lard,in kegs punctual in paying their account with us. or MAGNOLIA;-And wheraaa aUo, 01. tho ,twelt'h
of said suit by attachment returnable to said of BUsa and Ribolds opposite Flour, Molasses BETTON & FISH ". day of February in the year of our Lord one thousand I DRUG AND_CHEMICAL BUSINESS,

rrm, and they are hereby requited to appear and Col. Wyall's Store, where he I Corn, Hayianhiaden Jan. 23. eight hundred and thirty-two, an _act .was in the city of Tallaha.rp. At 'No.3 Berrj's Bo*.
,plead to the declaration filed in said case accordingto will be happy to receive orders from his friends and I & and Cod Fish in bbls. On Consignment, passed by the Governor and Legis'alive' Council' (one door/row the Post Office.) V
law. CHAS. S. SIBLEY, the public generally. Sidcboar: Bureau's and furni. : Boxes Pickles, in quart jars nn WO ChariOiees, milable( lor two or four the Territory of Florida to amend the said Charter The quality of his stock of McJlcine* fe. k*

March 13. 1841-3m At'y of Pitt ture of every descriplion made in a fashionable and I II 300 bbls. Lime. JL mhorses, for sale cheap for CASH nquire of of Incorporalioo;-And. whereas also. ou the fifteenth can safvly and confidently recommend toltaost
3 I substantial manner and on reasonable terms and I II MtNAUGHT & ORMOND.Port WARD 4- MAY day of February, in the year of onr Lord I. of the Public ; from his koowe.: 'ge sod Wfu-
Leon. Superior Court. I ho hopes by ktricl attention lo business to merit I Leon. March 20th, 1840. J&n.2. 'IQ4I. 24 one thousand eight hundred and thirty-four an )erience in the bosinct, with; his fitewin U-
The Cotmnis'rof Taflaiasee} i I and receive a liberal share ofthe patronage ef Iho i Watches, Je\vclryi&e. act was passed by the Legislative Cuuwcil of the aiblaniv with the moat respectable orliefnini
\ >In Chancery. public. fnillE Subscriber has on Lost or Mi1aid, Territory of Florida, upplemenal! to the said European Hourts. his stletlmng can be relied un.
David D. Butter &. anotherU ) I JACOB :' JL I NOTE of hand fur Iweniy-lwo dollars givenby -
nLES i :;wJ'I h* a very liandnomc A Charter of Incorporation as appear by the original Genuine
appparippto the Court that the defendant, I N. B. All kind of furniture repaired on reason t"" ..orlnienlof Watciies Jew. Uuorge Young to tile i-ubcriber, ddlco enroLluii-ril of raid Charier ot Incorporating Drug. CJumeat Patent dinu. fvgiial hand -

David B. ISuller, is not an inhabitant of thisTerritory I able terms. cIty, Plated W. rt., Silver I sometime in January last. All persons are cat and snt, and said uppemenul 1 aft, of I.nAa./lS..Pu.inh.i.GIIIA
b-jl resides in Georgia11 is ihereforc I TaUahu"pe Sent. 7th, 1839$ -IfHEADACHU oa tTc" "I'oonsUtl"l.
ordered. that. unlessiie appear here on or before the' SICK Oil ER1U \s 1 be otTers for sale 0:1 his uSual rewardilIte given lo the f.ndtron: rcturnin"" U t i nf Florida] u* well as by tie public statute of the PERFUMERY;

.Monday bill of the August' nd.. be and taken answer for confessedagainst the complainants \ The extraordinary reputation that Dr. SpohriV 3, V crms. He will n-ceivo IlewuPIlies July, 1840- _49 JAM) ESC. WELLS. I Territory of Florida printed by autlv-jnt) of the likewise numerous FAM.Y ARTIQ. ; aol
same 'i this is durin tli3 winter. Till WarerBTHEMJl Mtiaaau1artor. Governor and Legislative Council of the .-
remedy for distressing complaint day anc wd
him, and the thereof drcieed accordingly :- every which he ,wi":: dispose\ cf. lo, Iowa esunirj
mater gaining, i is certainly a matter of much astonish W.-ITCH REPAIRING >.cnber coi.tinurB toon.rv on the ahoy., And w her m. a.u"a law was pas--ed by the Governor frla.JS literal lentil, at
but is further ordered that a of 1 ar.ddraleri. on the cost
; copy Is attended with much : and JL business in all its branches, and keeps Council of said '
of the menl. That so much sufltririg should have exist to as alil.ly prompt- constantly and Legislative Territory, on Wholesale and rtlaii1
this order be newspapers
in '
published coino one without at in the Southern on hand a general assortment, which he offers the fourth of March in the of Lord
in this for (four mODt11Icenlyely. i ed for ages any discovery or any medicinal toss as any ibop corntrv. day year our He has aso! endeavored to meet lie publie Wlle'
prmlcJ. Territory, preventive or cure i ill truly a subject of much Jan 3 FREDERICK TOWLE. at wholesale! or retail. to soil purchaser. one thousand eight hrniired and thtrtY-IJ nf. authorizing 1.\ establ.ih'n.g a V

ALFRED ..Vc.J841 regret ; but Dr. S. now assures the public thai NOTICE. WM. H. FRANCIS and requiring the District Attorneyv'of said j Soda Foontata!
tpnl3. -4m DALSn,1Idge.36 such a remedy has been blunted as will convincethe UJING( my absence from Florida. Barton C. Sep 26 9_ _Monroe street. Territory. to institute the requisite legal proceedings Water .hicb
.1 V V V most credulous. Tho principles upon which it D Pope of Monticcllo is my ajrenl and attor. K1RK.MAN; ABERNATHY, & HANNA. against such Banking Incorporations in their on a new anJ highly improved priwipK' 'the water -
VUAVW S. \\ ALKER, acts are simple and plain. It is an admitted fact uey. JUlJN F. TUCKER. Commission merchants respective Districts, as might have incurred forfei. makes ai.d ,e er..1h.J'dllal.at

ATTOR\TEYATLAtV, $ that this complaint whether called Sck;. Ilcidsche Jan ft 2 AW Orleans. turea of their Charters by non-werand' to prosecutethe more efficacious and agreeable. _and '**
WILL in the Courlsoflhe Middle District or Nervous Headache, arises primarily from tue, Rtferto lame to' effect, so that the said Charters mightbe 1 h C --FamiI1 Alecteines,
practice For Sale, Henry Bond. the! nwrtrtooallenlioH
atonach-tholB who think have the Nervous declared null and void the ofthe lion supplies.carefully,nt pind '
of Florida Ills office is the first room to the rU"t hey LIGHT BAROUCHE, with Jnn. 17 1839. 24tf, by Judgment del-
over J B. Bullsstorein 'felabaueewherehe may Headache may rest assured that, this organ, the AlIANDSOMb for two home" by 1 proper ,Courts in niid District.-And whereas. will he bellowed to tJae.acCQtaC1

always be found. stomach,'is the first eavse, that the system has be. l'ort Leon.Felt.8. WM. M'.N'AUnilT. STAGE LINE Charles S. Sibley, Attorney of the United States ecution of all orders. ,.md fpi at
vitiated debilitateJ the stomach District of, Florida ,The snbicnber. bo[! tbrough ,
come or through rot -the'Middle prosecuting for
Dr. A-Lti.; RANDOLPH of and that only through the same'channel must they R. .. BEIlNARD'fRtmedy From Columlut,'Ga., to ApalachicoJa Flat, said Tetr.tory hath appeared on this day-on be. tention business, to eugsgo,and)lIerlt a.sh!tlg

HAVING professtcnalservices located himselfin) Tallahassee to the public., expect ,a restoration of thc natural and healthy for Dysentery, Diarrhaa, Summer Four Horse (Post Coaeh 8. half of said Territory and by him the Court here I public. patronage. I1'E".

He is to be found ot the office, of Dr. J. H. Ran. functions of the .,.tcm. This object Dr. Sphon's Complaint, Colic Cramps and Spasms. isjjivwjflo understand and .be informed that the ROBERT.J.I4o,3.BerrT&o"JOT1CE.
remedy is eminently calculated to attain. The all the above complaints. this Medcine: has aid "The MerchenU' and Planters' Bunk' of Map.V V Dee. S6. flitV V
Monroe Slreel '
V lolpb, on 2fi ',42 truth of this position cannot bo controverted, and IN a certain remedy, both It. children and noli:"'at tho county of Leon Middle-District V
May : V V tho toooer sufferers with the headache btfoine adults. Numerous testimonials are given of its aforesaid,hath forfeited its Charter, ,and .all .tluIranchU or taken from the store of the
W. C. MILLER, convinced of it the sooner will their sufferings end efficacy, which may be teen whore th, Medicine i is Via Florence Fort Games, Blakely Porter's& *, ""rivilegcs rights and) immunitiesthereb' LOST SPUQl.U at Lrx&af. IUadZy QDA'U*i<

Care fIrn in restoration of health. Dr. Sphon pledges his sold. Prepared by Robert S. Btrnud, Norfolk: Vs. and Brown's Ferries'; Ga., and Inrinton. cbnlerrt-d. by flOS.U.SiTVand be hath prayed that i. MASTER'S CER1'I FlCATES.& l..fafc.to .
vrixtou-r 4. 00. <"_ !._.i .. ...i:.. ih!. fn/ Oneof the sa.U i 'CetiJi\d
1bUL J r r "r. i. The remedy ""...1.! in Tailahas5e.brsep4 Ala.ONLY. ittVetci u un?ht issue according to law, to sum. $3000.. WAI
43 P may be bed At the apothecaries. __ 6 RANDOLPH A LEWIS. V ao tlUUKouwg,. .._..! _0,1._ mon il.. s&id''fhe Merchant' and Pl nter.' Ban! made'payable to Kennedy Rouse; u tt.e
,. ** irajH'Strt In aJI acidity or sourness of stomach, this remedy V Notice. Ga. lo New Orleans, in splendid Coaches 01 nt.g"ulJ..p..r hctore''this Court;alrtru I niss Art rand the-rest an n.d ,]. '

... is sovereign' and invaluable as a general 'family Persons having claims) or drnards against n -levol and beautiful road along (Jhe banks ol, proper time and place, and shew cause if any it firm of Spenjler tf LymaB.TalhfiAll **/*.
.In1 the'Snperior Court Middle Distrlct medicine it is now adopted by many of the ALL coulawhy; thesaJd.Charterof I warned against parch'
V Black! deceased, or the citato in the he Chaltahrochee River. lucorporatioaahoulr I persons are hereby
V of rlold.I' V moat respectable families. It never ,sicken the rnbscribers possession, will prercnl them without DAYS OF DEPARTUREFrom note repeated and dot lared null and void: "V ipg the said certtficaUs. S'P'E'vGLER.

.t Xw( CRANCERT.) stomach or produce. any of the unpleasant effects delay to ROBERT RAfMOMU REID. Columbus, on T'**davs and'Fridays, THCItEFOREAIC' HEREBY COMMANDED Dee 5, 1840 19 -A. -. '
gf pbviric. .
Guardian a' Rebecca A. Black. 6 o'clock. A. 1f. That you make knc'wn: 'tOjlbq said lVOTICE. '
"etw.n Aodew fjiOrwoOd. A-j G Directions for use accoraoany eeb bottle.R.8PHON.M.D.. tf "Tho Merchants and Planters Bank of f aale ,b .VllG*
April 10 37 From Cbatlahoochee, on the same < Magnolia/ : HE, Kbseiber. offers !, ?
ayun same
,Tprpb U ln S, : { re, ,and ., and all President", Urreclorn 'Cashiers _. T1 **I.I.16..*
ekil; Nol'lC/5. time after the arrival of tho U. S. Mail Boat from and Stockholders : PLANTATION on tb'.Ar I
.j Imii; if *** .:p.rtper. in trade. un. I Proprietor and Inventor.For A LL persons arc hereby cautioned from trading Apalachicola.via Iola.antl mt'eling.at Fort Oain *. thereof that.they appear before iher Judgf: :the'-East half of the: N. W..u1rtttaFtet.
4er Ihfl name, style and frm .of Moore Creditors sale in Tallabarse, by A. for ar.y note or notes given by Daniel Duic to Persons desirous of going from Culumb'l;,'Ga; of our Superior, Cour!.- of the Middle ..Disticl.ol( tjQQ two, wnabip two'range one,AW"* .i&
others Bit eb2 47 RANDOLPH & LEWIS.Copartnership. ( tW
VST/ackkun for tbmlelvl Filed V 1st -._. Joel S. Graven, as a note tithe above descriptionis to New Orleans will find this by far the .hea pest Florida, lor ,the county o* Lpn, ton the fourth I t Iho West haltof lh. N..W..quatisr of sseUoa .
'wl9'maT come in and contribute tc. I Feb. 1840. V lost or has beets, prolonged from a letter the and moNt expeditious, as well as the safest and Monday in'priJ nul an r' the date ortbi writ,' t n.hpw, \ ",' fang' tine; Nofth'ani EAt .*
L : aid John B. ( j I molt comfortable it or such other Lime as tbo.! court btt "djournec ih Cast hafot&k'N.E.} of-f*"-
intersects may *
J subscriber* have this day entered into amount and dAle not known to tin writer. way, as the great quarter
M ryC,nter admini itraJrb William., V THE _as jreneial. commission and forwarding Feb. 20. I Brunswick and Florida Line al'ChaltalioocIa-e. to, at the Court Hoiue of Rid county of Loonv in, tis.btp \wo, !&ogtwiI. Nor( ,' fJ'fJ. \
Center. Utttj: ,. merchants, under the style' uf McTfaugLldtOrmond. of : making a travel ufbut 30 hours by stages t rlulClatho thIS City of Tallahassee sidcuunty to show i if f known IS tho Fuller Of. -mbrl p,
"M"T ippe.rinf C th. Court bj affidavit, that! the WM. MeNAUGHT. : Copartnership.THE whole route. Time from Columbus u Mobile, any thing they > for KlBemseJ,!t.shave)., or can say There' is ab ut1Oacre< of ope. '"' ,"lld'be
'Ilia Mary Centtr' MM of aaid 4efnd Ui above JAMES OHM ON U. Coparin.erkhip heretofore existing under 54 hours. why the said charter of 'aidincorporaiioi' cf liThe fertility of!soil. etc.,. maybe,. cl'
reside beyond '-'the jurisdiction of this I name and style of BRUWN & GALBRAITH the Merchants and PUnters Banli'of M.guoliaKnsbout! bcsrr lands ja the Thus< I Ii
named, Port Leon,Jan 20,1840' 26 Business For Proprietor, Territory.-
Ilh Ute, and is
CovrU to w"it.in th* rtaUof New York. Il is con"sidirodand Tuning Currying. Ibis dale WILLIAM CADY. not be repealed,annulled and made void and all tbe i in, a ftw, yt d*of, hgrsat.Armonia.,'lk5'f r:
ordered that the said defendant. Mary : 'Gostenhofer & Davies, dissolved by mutual conenl. ChaUaho chc(, January 0,1810. 27 tf liberties, immunities, rights; privileges and franchises isst ragecnaotbq surpassed lie **'Jr 1tttl' *
.CORUT adminUtnOrix-of/William/ Center, lately COMMISSION. JHERCHA The business will hereafter I Ie carried on in the by the-same confined by..seized into poo- U akoaiuew, well counnlent iiilfl a*?.!!IlB?*.
0 aid rowplainants"biilof NEW ORLEANS. name of JOHN GALB.tAlTH, who is auiboritrd NOTICE. session and control of said Territory an.d farther r
deC ed'd. *.rt.i an4 answer plenty x>f e .1entwater; '
complaint .iI.bia' rnootb from .be'date REFERENCES. Bond.Esq to settle the alhirs'tf. tbe late concern. ( who arn' 'indebted, either by note or' to do and receive what! Iba said.Court then.and V Tho'puretuasr can bit frosi S W S J*5J' J1;

Ifll.lpttkio4tioa! 'of till ordtr.otherwjM} ..aaid billwillktfukan .Jffessrs.. .Bettbn. & Fisher, 'THOMAS'BROWN.D THOSE, to the-Ute\ firm of Gorrpan' aid there. in.Uti$ behalf shall ronsTcfer1' and diecl.and jejico ,Thar*.Unow, crowing !". "*.*
> V Wo. r It b. furb{ Wdtred'Dial ". 'Kerr& Kirkeey, :c 19.1840- 21 J. (. GALBRAITH Hall ,will rail at my office and settle ''the same you aro further"commanded V to glfe notice''oftriainsUtution on th.rsrui. ynUabl for the nirtithil'; I

,I -,: Ih'u order b* pobUahd Iff:oa*-uf.th.new- >. Tallahassee: FOil SALE. V immediately.By of this proceeding 'publfcation heroof : >. RIC1ARBcRq''E. -

t 1V .,', p j i printotd. pnbl'uJt4. T Uaha>M0(in,the, Me lra. Molyneox' Witherby, if Coo.. Lirerpo .A small asinrtment ofprug, Medicines, &c" so doing the costs of action al law will be in some public crrwtpaper in:the iliddlctDistncIf \ .) .4.4W8 TcijVT : "' 1--

,z. : 1iILCtVV af i .ODe. & .eek ,lqi'ur rnol1 t Jfireh 83,.1!40.: V : 3.J Ij XA. suitable!. for a v"coOnUy'* .; lore.- Apply'atthlOffices saved as alchaimsuinpiid: will, be put in suit at Florida,for the spice ofjtbrfe. months tom'the : 1I0TIc& V ,
% "n.iH tJi I4""t. 84Q. : ; ; "i. f ;( the first court having jurisdiction: VV day oJ" 'bedL, htrvoi', .d ,LCJA lW ItI.'e ret ,\
., V 1: ?; '; ::t l3dti' .TrOH.'J..J': ,'&.,; V NOTICE.. -. VV "i*" / .Cotton rVeiRhlitsr.. .' -". __:___, ,; JOSEPH BRANCH. orIi s wi. itudof 'jour. Prcecdg .lta D'o mItE Silb'iUiber lj lr ui r re fjj'O5t IC .t

,. ; !. r, 'k rl-atolen,' (from'the subscriber, at subicribcripp4nd W t jjrh, ,or Cotton, 1 Feb..13,1241.. .v ,' \ the firt day I ttn next IerNOurVaafl.q, '.:: 'PI..t'tie In4.'l '"I.i& ,
-_ V, Ausit;.' ,, V. CJetk" STRAYED.. of/ohii'Addi.onVlJ I 'milts IfW.: .. ol' THE or&Q act> cs dA( tu. ,last tas-' t V ''YYiTXEM.'RICHARD! G. WELLFORP Elt.t ,Ed l Br.. !P'Twil1.b

\l i: .. &; ;1YELLFORD, j TalUbaMtt, *>*rif hVorrel t HORSE, with t him siDe of the LegUlattr I( !Jipcjftspeclfully/ in. .Geore'Edle7'has arrived In't"K,wn.' '..' Ckrkof.ouraidVgow } ':Ibis, l&hrday: JI' '. :' 't 'MZ i. ,l p
\ .' .- T ia his IjUil'fenwTiito.'aBt' "a tacldlo.a *n farms the pnblio !fbat be IpropIjdso.wajgh Cot- V.' prarei.f: .f' VV. V. -January,A"D 48f. andytixtjffifUtyvafof / .. ,,mseknqw. apes. aV .. ...
\V .A ) rqJtY his btek1'AarA, >r r ., the Independeuca'of,th* United. < 'Slates ii otiooUjitr,,1'1.
HUn OJ1&,1'YO. Coun'y'rE.
.I aod.wirperson dslltlr.Ublsiin'TaHUt Hiss .le. Irea efatCdtZ.eMapbe. as tdt... !1a.i.4cc .i.n. .4. ;aq.U V. e .o( AMenea. 'V 4 V i t&sThth4:7ef.r

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