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Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: May 15, 1841
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
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regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060561
oclc - 10589672
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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I I Town Council shall t ra'rt.r have power and &uth I a the tract.*.*tented to Thomas Thril.nd' seent4y signs,shell be a body politic and corporate, by her face boning with ..rage, theoungFievoinepeaetratid

NOTICE J rity to provide by otherwise, a fund for tho I eupportofthe | belonging t I. Iho estate of A.d Mthell name al style of the New Orleans, Florida tb y into tue.thicketi of
.
1 LL persons Laving an/ dealao. ain.tJohn, 'I poor, the infirm, diseased and IDU. deceased; and that he b Atlantic Transportation Company, nay eontractf-tl Mascerite-;ranks, giving :ana le ofberotsmito
JjL Womble vf Jefferson county, to establish public schools, and provide ( theirO.inlinane. rates of as be time time establish debts and
,
lat o tl may sue and .
attested within frr t b..e b implead sher countrymen, who $OOfl4It3PCT..dtheenecny. :
and
properly ed
wil! pleue render t organize patrols and pide by, te County Court county and .
who .fe b ao..re ad.h .
are anyw171 s .
the time ruerb by law,anctlo make or t. punishment of negroes and persona I B 2d. Be it further enacted That all .the d defended and in aflactionsand csaee, 1
.u.. laid cur stiff
their
de..d c and all
indebted wil r privileges, profits and emolumeals of and.ry' have U a common seal, and break, Geilgnd, bipwl )
Wflhiam Budd Esquire Mttle MontcJl Sec. 5th. Be it further enacted. That the said Terry, be, and they are hereby vested in the .i alter .nd renew the.came at pleasure, and may',' whole over admiration and as.
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f :
paliea"lthorilc agent WOMBLE. Adnfr. Council f the shall collection have of power all to assess, levy and enforce .. Lputher Taylor, his heirs, U6ltO. administra. do, exorcise, perform and perfect all acts and j(:to h1ent ; and on returning t the camp,
HERY taxes and other impositions h ors, for things tin the that individuals in their
0.assigns, the ten rf premises | after the defeat of Uie. the
.yea
ICE.rosz as may be necessary for of the I nmy young her
support the said capacity, of do.
th tided. Taylor bit heirs,. private may right no-1,
Luther executors .ro.i4e. ,i received amid and enthusiasichurras.
who have served .Jurors since the LAWS OF THE TERflITORY.t government of sid town, and improvements shall ihing iii this act eeulaiiied shall Rif said ne was long

'1t or Gen.Leigh Reid Marsha of [BY AUTHORI.] tbereol Prided, That no higher rate wf tax a fiat of sufficient size ad.uiff strength to always keep over the right of exercuing banking pride ". I I thehourofidefeat I for, the P

District of Florida, will receive what Passed Session the Leg. ahal levied upon real estate than one per cent, a loaded wagon and tem. and shall 'Iriely carry comply Sec. 3d. Be it further enacted, That the said cauie at length 'sounded,' but '

II! due the'n' bf GEORGE callinit a the E.Mlnha'l ofce., M. f itlativc C01nci a th Ninmeth of th Territory o Florida. on assessors assessed chosen value in thcrer to b as determined said Council by with the the ruin .ne regulations .1. may b established company are bel.by.Uy vested with all the p.er unmoved. Following the retreat of the army
by Court of and
manne County Cscarebia county, jpeceuscy to establish and I she was the notion ef Schawle
,
31, ___ may provide,and the said taxes to collected by or that hereafter be oi vessels coao present .
Fob..181. b may provided hv.l.w.Sc by mesas steam rail ,
N otee. INC 'II.-An Act to incorporate tho first Baptist di.lre.and sale, after defaull shall made in the 3d. Bo il further il shall and ether conve.vauccs*a bat or lines of communication e.rs-|and distinguished in several affairs, particularly .

. BE eubscribcr all those indebted Church of Jacksonville. payment thereof, in the most convenient and least u for any person .nactec.parsons Tht keep a ferry b r for the transportation lne mails, permm l at Powendeme, where she rece the

11 to him, either by notes, accounts or Isump..i ; Section 1st. Be it enacted.by the Governor and exp nsive way I to the said Int.ndlt.ud Councilmen within less than three miles above or below the I merchandize, produce and other property from epualettes of a sublieutenant as a recompense
receive payment for the name, if' LegislativeCouncil of the of shall h deemed expedient, and the said point designated in the first section the Gulf of
111, that he i Territory, Florida, unless* the I any poioten BIcxico. to the city f for her Possessing the noblest at.
'.ade forth. ,and allow five per cent premium 'That from and after the approval of this act, the Council .h.J have power further to providefor the same be loll free or for his, her,or their individual Tallshosse ,.and t Intinue the same to any o tribute*.courg. she, noble, and
was a
trial of
iiilie of the U.i.n Bunk of Florida or Southern Ba ptist Congregation a Jacksonville, in East Florida ofenul thai may arise under In* ordtainees U'; Provided, That this act shall not conflict withpreexisting on the GeQrgia line, or to any poinl en pint
J.ire( ,n.ur.nu. and Trust Company. .After the .bal be incorporated, and be a politic of Ild town shall enforce the collection of rights. tic, within the Territory ofFioi'idtnd tie asftblish\an. patience an resignation during the periods of

iJUi of April next, aU Ins claims will u placed by name and style of the First Baptist body Churchof al! fines and penalties tha may arise .aforesaid, Approved nth Feb. 1841. branches thereto to such points as they may doom difficulty aud distress. She, consoled her

f.r collectionin the hande cf an attorney, who Jaclemie. and by that name shall be capable in such manner. a Council. by ordinance, proper, and for the purpose of establishing and companions by holding out to them the hopesof

*ill l*authorised to receive said blll a the same ad law to sue and be sued, plead and may pid.BOlt No. 14.-An Act to amend an act declaring Juni- maintaining the same, may own, possess and enjoy a future. Throughout a harms
,,teJ,UBli| the return day. be irnpleaJed defend and bo defended, and to have, the 6L the Inleodant further enacted. That stabs!! be '. nipe. ereek, .i ftrestflbia county, a navigable ue and control 1 vexeLMUain bo.t. rail road ,i ing rnlrsaLaniid brighter tbe-ft4jgM <>f the bivouac,
AIJ X.FORMY DUVAL. duly see that the ordinances horses
hold,posseas, end enjoy, real and personal estate: t : Htream. cars, stapes and such oher description of .
Mirch2Gi ::8H-f 35T P the shall of the town are faithfully executed, ,'eommen.j be fuuiid and privations of every kind* never once dida
Provided same at, no time exceed the Be it by thr Governor and Legislative! personal property a may Jificeinary to i
(for en.c.d
all
KEW BOOK AND STATIONARY amount of twenty thousand dollars. ding and "prontment.their necessary town officers, Council of the Territory ..f That Juniper accomplish the said,bunes and may bargain! complaint or an expression of regret escape
removal
ESTABLISHMENT. Sec. 2d. Be it further enacted, Tha for the bettei negligence report,ald or cause the interest, whenever of the town by I Creek in Escambia county,Forida., the same i i. sell mortgage thereof! an convey the same or her One might have suppostd

subscriber just received a FULL AS. government of said incorporation, William B require it;Diaonduet preside all hereby declared a navigable stream.from its monthor any part ploalure.Sec. twenty year of service had insured her k
HE may metin.fthe
. Stationary, Ac.,, K s.., Charles Merrick, Solomon Warren, Elias G. board, and propose.bal such measures a as entrance into the Blaekwaler river, up to David .3d. Be il further enacted Thai the office uf the hard ships of a From the commencetnetU .
laJPofBooks Ja udon, H. H. Philipi and A.ia B. Har be, andth.y think important to the public inlerest heal A. McDavid' Mills, on the said croek. said company shall located at the City of TfeUa.hasscc of her camp. reserved and
; lootting | a hereby appointed the. first"Baptist Approved !2Ui Feb. 1841. or such ether tho said Terrirerj, career, 1 8
BLANK BOOKS: only be entitled to a casting vole, and he chill have pl.c.n
Church of t. hold theiroffices as may be designated and .: dignified was her demeanor, that she inspired
; Medium, D : *, Invoice Books, Records, Receipt Books, directd, and Tras deemed necessary ; he shall have, possess i, exercise, No. IS.-An Act to allow Laurence O'B. Branch,' dollarwhich,with I capital stock of one hundred I her comrades with feelings of the profoundest

: B ik Books, Note Books, Bill Books-payable and tees I aforesaid,they and their successors in office.I and enjoy .1 the power, dulies and priie.s and to practice law in the Curt. of this' Territory. to may bejncraased by ibe Slockholdr.rs I veneration and deference. In the garb of an

receivable.Memorandum Books,&c., &c. shall have puwer in law, and are hereby made ca receive the same compensation a* a ( the I Be it enacted by the Governor and LegslativeCouncil ; any amount divided noteaceedingsix into shires hundred Iboimnd I Amason, they learnt to a young
of
; pablo in the name ef the Trustees of the first Bap I dolar fife dollars re'pt
BOOKS Peace. bUDdrcc
t SCHOOL : of the Territory of Florida That from maiden whom exalted
be subscribed for an patriotism
to .
tiAnge11' Church Jacksonville of by
:. School Classics,aerie NO.1 to 6,Smit'. st and of invested, buyir aelin.ac.ceplinl as- Sec. 7lh. Be it further enacted, .nla the said I I I and after the passage of this acl. Lawrence OB. .e. The fid John H. hopkins" and. or bis comupa* had driven from the lo the battle
Arithmetic and Grammar Woodbridge' bini Town Council shall have power to compel the attendance ; Branch, be allowed to practice an and I 1j coiter
Attorney
shall
phy- and Atlas Wiad'. Geography and Atlas, prlna! mixed ah donations gifts,.. of il members, and to judge of the election I Cunselor. in any if the courts I of law or equity ales bill,, ,book.immediately subscription after the puuge of I field. At length, when every hope \a lost,
immunities open at
rants pri
what
aad I
ee" and .I'al.ha.ee. when more to be done in Lithuania
Obeys Geoprsp Atlas, Waker'l flictionase returns qualification of the Inlendanl and Tetrilory; Provided, That upon examination such other nothing was -
. r;,PItjfci'8 EJcid.Days Greek hereafter cret, which be transferred may belong to said Church or may its own members and the yeas and nays on every by one of the Judges of Ihs Superior Court,he keep them places open until I th6 two may hundred Proper, and.I followed the fatal fortunes
or to them
Grammar, Gr.mm.r. Jacob' Greek their successors in office, nt conveyed or question shall,a the request of any two membrs. is found quailed. and produces utilCador evi- subscribed fir; and the subscribers turn.h.relae meet of tie Army, and entered Prqi with the
Reader. Adam's Latin Grunmara tional Spelling exceeding twenty be placed on the record ; that the said con dance that good moral may
th ousand dollars, to have and to bold the same foi char.cter. after ten day's notice of the limo and place of.ucb corpse ef General Rohland.There .
Book Spelling Copy Books, shall have upon recommendation of the Approved 12th Feb. 1841. .
Elementary Bk. the use, benefit and behoof of the said firs pwer. th meeting and elect five who .ban I
Slitw, Pencils, Cyphering tfo rc.STATIONARY proper I Inlendanl, t &d remove all officers, and be stockholders, and residents Dircu. .on the recital of her adventuous life
of .
, : Baptist Churc Jacksonville.Sec. fix their and establish such sid Territory; the I and her perilous she became of
compensation fee No. 16.-An to extend the of the said Directors shall an object
"c Port then choose from
powers
. Hudson's, Cutler's, Am".' and Hu' bard'. bl 3d. Be it further cuacted. Tint all thewhite I mayor ought to be alowe. for such services, as Wardens (or the Port of Pensacola, in Escam. a Preldlnt, and the President and among Director.themselves universal interest,admiration, and hospitality
Writing end Letter Paper ;! Drawing members of said Church .h.1 be deemed I may b required of the same. to dilmil bia Iso
Envlop chosen and Both
county. lectzd, shah! hold and Poles were lost in won.
Folio qualified electors of and their offices one Prs.ian
election
and Wrapping Paper; any every for at pleasure, and two thirds of the said council I
Fosl and racket Post Paper, and every other decriniion Trustees of said Churchand that the fuel election ol r expel member of the same, for beha.may Be il enacted by the Governor and LegislativeCouncil I y.a and until their successors are qualified.Sec. derment at the aspect of a maiden who had

;. of Blank Paper; Maynard Noyes'',. Trustees shall be held on,the first Monday of June, .ioar or mal conduct in office. disorderly of the Territory of Florida, Tha the 4th. Be it further tinseled ''ha thi said I made a campaign as a private soldier, and

: WalkJen's, Reeve & Kent's Black Inks ; Sleven'i 1841, and thereafter, annually, on the first Men. S.8th. Be i further enacted That it shall be powers veiled in the Port Wardens, for Port Pre.idelt.nd Director may exercise the corporate I gained at the point of the lance, the cqaulels
I Blue' Ink, in pints and quarts; Walkden's and day ii. Junein each and every year, unless the duty of said town counci to cause to be of Pentncola, in relation lo Pilots be, and the, privilege of the company c.nd may make, ordain, of sublieutenant.Antoinette .
Kent's Red Ii.k ; German Copying Ink ; Sand Trustees shall!,by their by-laws fix r different day p kepi regular records of proceedings, and of same are hereby extended t the bays of Blackwalr establish, and put in execution, such bylaws and a
but Inkstand*. Wafer Pounce and pounce of which notice shall be given in sonic their ordinances, rules and and they and Eicambia, in the county of Escambia. regulations I may be deemed necessary aud proper married since a Polish officer, a

., boxei. File Presses, cup Snd. Wafers of all o.01 the Trustees hnreby appointed to hold netupapr.olcC I shall promulgate their rerlaiona unne- Approved 19th Feb.1841. for the give pmenl of the lid corporation warm admirer of her heroism and virtue.-...

, \ cud sues. Sealing \ ; Plnce Albert, V IC until after the first election, and each tubsequen L' cessaro delay: ,by pouting the same a the common hall pmwibo what number of Directors shall be m a The dutiesof. a wife and mother have doubt.
Pen. Letter in like manner to hold until their in No. 17.-An Act for the relief of M. II. Martin board for the traimciion of buaines
tons and Common Meel ; Stamps bad successors' market place or any newspaper in said town, no and may less subdued the that ardent pat.
I'tnknive.& Dcsh knives India Rubber, &c., &.c. chosen Provided if at at any lime election I that the same be exposed to public view al least Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislative appoint and employ any number ef pCt 11 to assist riotic soul. grie.f annihilation an her
t ALSO shall! not be held according to law,this charier shallot four we.k. Council of the Territory of Florida, Tumi the Au. in the management of said bu.ine., that mar tb
Blink! Bill P.'per, Bills Lading Notes of hand, Eiehsnse n therefore be forfeited ; but a election may and I See Be it further enacted, Tha it shall elbe ditor of the Territory be directed to audit al be necessary; and by their by laws prescribe such country and wreck aU those pleasing il.! .

Draft, Music Paper, Blotting Paper Play shall be held a any other time upon an appoint duty of the said town t hold their low to Doctor M. H. Marlin, the sun of one ant rules and regulation, establish such prices charg lusions of youth wi strew her future carr

tag Card, I Ritchie's[ ; patent Copying Pre willijipuTdtus mcnt made by a majority of the whit. members of F meetings in public and a such times and places I dren dollars, I compensation for medical Ifnic.rcndtr es, tolls and freight, as may be deemed reasona with bitterness sorrow. Hers was one
, complete. said Church. and duly advertised.Sec. to the said council may seem fit, and the Intendant d to a company ef troops, in the service of; ble, and may do all other things in the rr.mi18that of those powerful constituted minds that de.
4th. Be ii further enacted That this char shall b President of the Board and.in the absenceor the Territory of Florida and to be paid out of any may become requisite in relation. lo the same. in
The Book Bindery le shall at all time lit roafler, be subjec* to alteration d.sability of the Inlendant, a majority of the money in the Treasury otherwise appropriated Sec. ,th. B it further enacted That this act lighted splendid actions, the part of Antoin.

; !, aim continued, where all kinds of work can hadoneas 1 modification, or repeal by the Legislature. Council may, on any occasion, appoint from among Approved 19th Feb. 1841. hall take efec from and after its passage and nette Tomazewski was of fight or Poland,
expeditioUsly heretofore. Blank Work [ Aplrued ))0th Feb. 1841. : their number an Intendant, who shall have power shall in force twenty years and no and her unceasing prayer to see her free.-

of all description.*, made.to order and ruled to any pro 'tunpoi to do the duties of Inlendant, Provided ; ..o. 18.-An .-c to organize the Saint Augustine I lunger Provided if sxid line is not put in operation But faith has ordained it otherwise,and dom
No. however, that a majority of the town council I City Guards.Sect. tin twu year*, all right under this charter, shall be
suitable fur D.nkl. Public Offices, Mer. J 12.-An Act t incorporate the Town of Jack .' ed her to one of the victims of barbarism
. chanls pattern and others. Deed, Record and Docket ; then present, may ail with closed doors whenever.they 11. Be It enacted by the Governor and. null and void; all election by said corporationsshall and b

. V.ouku, and a'l 1 other Blank Book*, can be obtained 1 Sec. 1st. Be it 'ODie by Governor and Legislalive I may deem the public interest requires it. (Legislative Counci of the Territory, of Florida I' b by ballot, by a plurality of votes, allowing despotism. .il.
ruled and bound in Council of the : Sec. 10th. Be it further enacted Thai five of 1 That the one tote for every sliari and "toCkheldef
Florida Tha of may
volunteer
At !mrt nolire, any style re.I'' Territory t : company militia, in
: (]uted:: ; and warranted equal to Northern or .all l the free white male inh.bitntl over the age ofl the said town Council aball form a quorum fur the the city of Saint Augustine, known by the name I vote by written proxy. The and place of) Prom th National Intelligencer.

. other manufacture. Particular alien Lion paid to t.tltme year.comprehended within a line coin. transaction of bu.ine. or the Saint Augustine City Guard, be, and ihe holding the regular elecionl.hal be appointed by FLORIDA.We .
rebindmj old BooW. Nw.IrN.MagnincI.lam. II;menciD a a point on the south bank of the rivei r Sec. lllh. l i further en.ctd. Tha every same is hereby eonUlni I n in< d.ul .I luntccr ,the.h.iI President_ and Director. such manner I hare now of

(1hlets, Mui'C Books, '. orumentaj I;St. Johns, opposite to Hogan's Creek, on the north I .bit Slate ral. inb.bi.nl.of who,;is a cllen the United company, to be called the Saint Augu tine vacancies. in'li the office 5y or La 1.w..and th. onip&ii.: fore our readers th pleasure interesting layiag b. .,
Lmdinp, or to atch ptltcrni.The side, rnnning north half a mile up said creek, age twenly-one years or upwards City Guards to b attached to the first Battalion Preid."t Direc', C-
who shall have resided twelvemonths within may be tilled by the Director, and in .' absence dence on the subject of the .
thankful for the patronage he II thence west one mile and a half to Creek, of the second Regiment, second Brigade Florida: of **- \
fublribr. McColl the limits above described, and white male I Militia. the President, the Board may appoint a temporary la, between Judge Bjucxxnupec .
thence
trirt south every of
his reind, hopes, by a attention < to a point on the of the I Preside ( the
to his bu.met.,to meet .continuance of the same. river St. JohnV, opposite to McCoy's. creek; thence. person who !11 have resided twelve months within Sec. 2d. HI it further enacted That the office-s late House of ) sari ,Col. I
the county Oln., and sx months in the town:I i.i elected the. said Sec. 6th. Be further fn.cted. That the Repre.entve
I' A. IIAYWARD.TalliJis ealto the point of beginning,and their already by company, shall hare i properly WVATT, of -
.ucce"or of Jacksonville, have paid all taxes and I of the shall not he to Forda. some new < s
and -
for |and corporate by the name and ntyle of the politic Town. dues a.eud on him by the said corporation. shall I they have been elected, f rto wit j Francis L. Dan- rates taxation than other real personal properly important fact i relation te that cntr. ,
Lauds Stale.w'kLIRSUANt be entitled to vote for Intendant and Councilmanfur in the Territory; the stock of ihe said It that have
Pctronilo uppears we a
. previous notice, the Apala. I o Jacboufit with all the rights, lbrtiN. pri. said cy I Captain, Lapez .first Lieutenant shall company : : reio
.
: the
i. ( corporation.Sec. according to ouch rules within
gea, aulhorilies and Michael Uaina second (Lieulesanl, who b t.n.fcrable. i our of all the
, clnculu offer for sale and powers Icideut appertaining 18of lmit capabl
now
Lad Company 12th. Be it further enacted That the alec hall forthwith may be prescribed by the laws and : prouci
commissioned
F r entry, the tallowing Pa. Lands in Leon County. ; to a corporation, body politic or analural S lions shall be conducted by three in.pecwr to be. b. and continue and by the Go'crnorofthi. the same;and the property ordi.tc of the Slock choicest Wet This
and Territory remain individl
by the said therein
and
Town -Range 1 Ea.n. sections 7, 16. perou name style may least weeks before the holder whether circumstance, t gether with the valuable fish
two ,
appointed l mixed
t : day of law, and said re' peronlf. or L be
a
t 18, (19,23, '25. 'C, i4.35, 36-and fractions untold K sue and and b enjoy sued,real plead estate and be and impleaded personal hold,pus election, by the InUndant; the lid Intendant shall 1 I' proved according by the t fold officers of company.aid Regiment may;, if ap-. liable (for any and all debt* of the company,.hal proportion ers awiigh the whole coast of Frda must
is 6. ,9,10. 14. 15, 17 and 24. property cho.
.tlnl. t. and dispose of and the same, and dispose also appoint the placo of holding the said election, additional *, who tha1!! commi.i"Ded to the amount of stock owned by each this portion of the Union more valuable
I
*o b
luTowu 3 South rhngr 1 East-sections I, 2,4, tn.fer and give public notice thereof for the like period aforesaid.Sec. I Stockholder. than it has
14, 518.11. !?. 13, 14,15, Si, 23, 34, and fnctiqnsofa of and manage the fund of said. town, as or lime. Approved 19th Feb. 1841 been heretofore considered.
rl bat! be beneficial to the 3d. Be it further enacted That the number
-
sad 10. mOlt |
.' intre.tthecof 1 13th. Be it (urtliercnacted, That the said' .
lu Town 2 South, range 2 East-.-sections&and Soc. 2J. Be it further eOced. Th.t the government inspectors See shall be judges of the qualiScalion of] of piif aten may be increlet to the number of one I WASHINGTON, Feb. 22,1841,

? 31Ind fractions of 19, 29 ami 32. of the said town tihall be vested in a'ro.nCQuncl voters, and it shall be the duty of them, or any hundred men by voluntary enrolment of any | ANTOINETTE TOMAZEWSKI.THi SIR: A few years ago, I read with interest 6 j
lo T 3 South 2 EaU composed of an Inlendanl and six Coun- qualified person residing in the counties of t.
sections
wn range 6,7, ( Iwo of them, on by law for holding I. : HKBOHfE OF a communication from .
th d"y.ppointe John'nd Musquilo. POLA} you, on thi subject of
each whom
and fracton.of 5, 8, 18 and 29. cimcn. ot .h.lllue the qualification: the elections the
I t open poll reception Sec. 4th. Be it further enacted Thai Antoinette Tomazevrski, was born in 1814in the Peninsula of Florida and hi
In TOI'n I South range 1 \Vei.-tertion* 2 ,:CI)I o owning property in r.wn. and shall have tof voters, and to cause the names of voters to be while the relation t
31,32;33, 34 and fractions of l 19,20, 27! 28, 35 an ]I jresided twelve months within the limits aforesaid.]recorded in a book to kepi for that purpose, said company continues to be kept up the pr. the district of Rosienia, in Samogttia.- our difficulties with the Indiana. I was struck
:6. i la order to fill either of said office b don* who shall uniform and equip themselves, daughter noble and wealthy with the facts mentioned
the close
which shall ho deposited at of the .Iediol I; I T. parents, by you; some of
., The whole r Town 2 South, range I West u. Sec. 3d. J3e it f'.l thr enacted, That the said 'I amongst the archive of the corporation ; the poll a faithfully perform uiililaiy July in sid company, was educated it the convent of Furostj by them new to me, and
2", 35 and 36. Council vhali have and aulhoiity to all I according to the rule and regulation Ihereof other corresponding
power
trlltioRI Z. pass shall open al ten o'clock in the morning and clue the nuns of the order of St.
Benedict. with the
l laws and such rules nol with the laws Of) information I hat picked from
conflicting of Ihis
'ttl.tSto acre in current bills of the ordilance..th ,miiy.ha necessary and ex* afternoon > up
per _. . I at four o'clock in the after which lhin.pcor eI
be middling stature, but different
Territory ami to approved of by the field admirably : sources, and with
Territory.! peuicfiv lor me =009 ron.qulcnt 01 lid lawn, ana i shall proceed to count the votes and de of. proporionedwith conjectures which
These Lands offer advantages for pasture range !the preservation of morals: Provided elected as Intendant and Coun- CIr of said Itngimenl,such portion shall bo exemptfrom a profusion of dark auburn hair, her I had formed. The recent operations of Col.

cultivation and superior Timber. : that they are not inconsistent with the con.titutiol cae prOD' out a written certificate: l.ereofat lie! performance of militia duty, o berwi. fine features, and her large and npres1iveeyes Harney have also some important

Cash paymenl will bo required for half sections and laws of the United States and the laws of this the foot mak poll list, and notic of their elci c. I than in said company. 'I' wearing a grave and melancholy ex.prevsinn. facts connected develope
and smaller fractions of sections. All purchaser Territory; they shall especially have power to re. tion given to each of ihem, who,upon receipt there.or. Sec. 5th. lie it further enacted, That the said ti subject. Your
over these may b made on t UIUa terms of theCwupany ral.te. improve alter and extend the slreelslanes, shall signify their acceptance or refusal.fee. company may adopt r"le ana regulations, by the 1 I possessed at once; ideas of tb difficulties tQ encountered in
1 ;that ., 1.4tl in 1,2 anu 3 years n.nue. and public squares, and to open new 14tb. Be it further enacled. Thai if Ihosaid voice of the majority of m"n''I' and by the con- the body and soul of the Amazon. Endo" the subjugation of the Indians, and the best

tot payment of the other 3-'tha treels and to cause encroahmfni.ohltrucion., Intendsnt elect, shall signify his acceptieor senlof the Captain which when approved of in 1 ed with the imagnation, the heart of fire. mode 1 L adopted te bring them to terms,
Lands in Gadsden and Ln.suitable exclusively decayed buildings to said office, the former i intendant, and in tie manner prescribed in the 4th section of this ci i,I and the native heroism which i i. the apnai seemed me more sat <
for cultivation will aluo usual,on application akiug the parties injured by an bind Provided that factr thll ay
improvement always
,
a
sld lid company.
b I event of his ablnce. any justice 01 inn reicc, or .hal age of the Lithuanians, she had tdistingushed I had address
to John Caruochan Et>q. at Apalachicola,orb jOt compensation and charging: upon those bene. Fudge of the County Coustshallas soon prac- t11! ssmo be not repugnant to the laws of tbi.Ter I long ben sees. But my object in .
> Sub.criber and tetllers w ill be preferred to the fuo I, a reasonable "" .ment. to b ascertained I ticble. at any lime within five days, assemble I lisa ritory. 'I.' among her companions for i it ug you is to draw forth information in relation .

prhue settlements; provided they make n manner as shall be agreed upon by the par board. and in ihiir administer to him, the Ser. 6. Be it further unR let That the reports romantic enthusiasm, and her profound devotion t the country, which, in probability

arrangements within .suitable time. lies, or by a jury of twelve men to be organized in following oath ; J,A.pre.nc B. do solemnly swear, or if. I and returns of said ct/mpany, .hal b made to and to the worship of Polish nationality.- will soon be freed from the enemy a has
Former purchasers from the Company who are such manner as by oidinance the said Council may the of ,. through ilia Staff! of the commanding the With what
will utmost
firm, thai I t my power, with what avidity did so long baffled the efforts of our
in arrears with, their payments, aro respectfully reqiiMUd provide ; they shall have power to prevent and advance and defend the. .up.1 Rsgimrnl to which it belong she transprt I militarycommanders.
to settle with the Subscriber. .r with Mr.Caroochan bate nuisances, to older and compel the owners port order of the Town ufiack.onvillesiid interest peace fa.lh-. Sec. 7th. Be it further enacted, That said Company treasure thing relative to the I Mill take the liberty of pro

during the season. ur occui.anU of lots upon which pools of water on (oo the duties of Inlendant of said shall be entitled to, and procure .mid of ancient glory of Poland, and what burning pounding a few questions, may aid in

J. B. BROWN, rare likely to accumulate, to fill them up, to reuate town discharge during my .continuance in office, and 1 do colors, and at dress parades of inspections or dril. tears she shed on listening t to the history of directing your attention to those

Agent Apalachicola Land Company. : and compl persons, by ordinances or other. further swear, that J will support the constitution appear -itli the /amo displayed agreeable her country's disaster, and the recital of the maLers, that appear to particularly interesting,
Office at Mr. E.Barnard's,Tallahas&ee.FOBTY wise, to keep in repair partition fences, tho Inlendanl elect usage of War. a your
; the United Slates ; and up. odious despotism under which it opportunities of information have
..J __Jan 4 aDd may pass all laws and ordinances that may b I o being thus shall then adm.ininter the Approved 19th Feb. 11l.| groaned. been extensive .
on qu.lifed. On these occasions
her beautiful would both from
the health I eyes personal observation and
DOLLARS REWARD necessary to preserve public { they like oath to the Councilmen elect and thereupon ,
(. b given for apprehending Negroes have authority to (guard "r.iol the introductionf : the duties of the former board shall cease. No. 19. -An Act change the time of tho sparkle with indignation and patriotism, and from information obine at second hand.
. WILL boldinI
t- and CLARA M> that I ret Ibem iufectious or malignant diseases, and for this, Sec. 15th Be il further enacted, That if th.e County Court of Walton her proud heart panted for the hour o re. Is the eten.ive grady tract called the
purpose may prohibit or regulate the ingress or i of shall Sec- let. Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislative .
'alaor |20DO for either. Isaac ran away from Intendant eleel, or any the Cuncilm.n. yenp.I Evergliides elevated above the ocean, or is it
. ttv about the last of October and approach of vessels into the waters within the Uni decline to to or Council of tho Territory of Florida, That.
; on, ofc may When this hour at length arrived Antoin. a low marsh, affected the tides
ha acceitthe by
When pair of blue broadcloth il of said Crporatiun. and whenever necessary,' have been accepting any oreither of the Spring term of the County Court of Walton i I by menusol
t1 *.a Illen,liniwy woolsy is about pantaloons 6 feetlo'yiaehMhifh may compel fixed and certain pnalti. them shall not qualify by taking the pre.crbed county, .h.1 hereafter. be held on the fourth Monday ette was scarcely sixteen, but on the irst the aral which connect wit the Gulfon

; speaks j.ckt spoken' lo ; to perform quarantine, aud to observe oath within five days, that then the in April, in each and every year; and the fall news of the rising, the maiden's resolution one side, and the Atlantic on other!

I % bow-legged ; about 49.or. years old. rules and regulations, a to the said Council may office or the person exercising the duties thereof, term of said Court shall hereafter be held on the was taken. Disregarding her tender age, I If the Everglades form an elevated plain, .

dr11h wie, left my house about 5 tr4 weeks i seem construct proper by ordinance and to .tbJ.h; they may shall by proclamation direct an election to be held fourth Monday in September, in each and every her sex, and her weakness, she forgot even I what is the general elevation above the oceant !
a dark complexion r. whan., quay. dok regulate for supplying such .et. in the board cs may be i .
? ; the tears oCher for the Could tire
.tao year.Sec. family voice of her
the. uharfage dockage and moving vessels 3d. Be it further surplus water drained by means ;
; I ,appearance being when she anchoring vacant giving least one week' notice thereof enacted. Thai this act b ,
a
walks upd'when she u ran off,h.d cpple on. green bornlazet erect bridges and ferries, and establish the designating at the same time, the persons appointed shall take effecl from and after its passage and country .ever more powetful than that of the streams which empty themselves info .'

dress. From, his threats, wade some time rates of (ferriage and tolls; they may erec all to superintend and conduct said election. that all acts, ard parts of act, mitiga, pg against of nature. She quite her convent, and ad. the Gulf of Mexico? From the account of ,1' '

back, | Am pprebensLre they are snaking their cessary public buildings and dispose the same Sec. 16th. Be it further enacted. Thai if the Ihft irus inlcnt and meaning uf Ihii acl, be and the dressing one last to the happy Col. Harn y's expedition, it that the '

Way back to Nerl CarRJaa u the interest of the town may require and n.k office of Intendant or any Cuncima.shall a anytime same are hereby repealed. of Ler childhood, she joined Gruzowski scene, one streams have considerable appa at their
and sink wells, erect dig drains, .
Dee. It H. CROW ELI pump. become vacant by removal Approved 19th Feb
_
deth. rlirotio t4J.
t lr. ofthe, insurgent chiefs in the district of Ros. head be had to kind of
and perform all such other art or acts, as shall or it ahall be the duty of the Intendant cross 1 which
ATFBITATE SALE, seem necessary and best ad spied to the improve- oterwi.e. the duties of Act confined the vast sheet shallow .
or person exercising Intndant No 20.>rAn to incorporate the New Orleafl.i ienia.When grassy water
A UKCLYNCGRO old WOMAN,about 35 years ment and general inl.rel of the twn. and pass all agreeable t this act in like manner, I provided Florida and Atlantic Transportation Company, Antoinette Tomazewski arrived in which be entered.

a nrst rate and Cook her,boy :yer and old. The .oman. necessary sweeping laws of to ehimniet guard against; they *, establish to insurete and in the preceding seelionlo order a new election to in Florida and fur purpose'. the .Somogitian camp, it resounded with the Are the il.de at any tie dry, and how
and Wu. Jon.rhor.t msy fill such vacancy or vacancies.Sec. Whereas it the of this situ enthusiasm do continue
is duly Legislature, aod We long they
knew
cry
sympathy. the
for and all by
trostworthy, bringing wa.
ol.r. 1. mak.l. require persons 17lh. Be it further enacted That the In. oerowe
.Ubi 0' lreb provisions into the townto exhibit them to..r.I. lendant and Councilmen shall be elected annually, sLed .thisTerritory Ocean and is to the Gul of Mexico, and not which moa to amir her jransctndant ter accumulated by the topic rains
Atlantic does immediately
.Ja.3 tf_ sale at proper market hours, to e.tbia and regulate on the first Monday of April, and that Chester tbl ia the way of the most lying direct I and beauty or p&no But it was What is the number and extent ia,

10, DoUa Eew .rd. the weight and site of bree inspection or r Bisbee,Jacob Gatterson and Rodney Denner,be, rout for the transportation of the practicable not homage that she weni //there t ceek or scattered bodies of land elevated
great Norther
STOLEN TaUah.oa the 18lh ult provisions or of other the biar t growth or and they or any two of them, are hereby sppeinu and Southern mail, to encourage and facilitate, by Faithful to the noble feelings Jhat actuated What is the ave. the
order sad manaf.eur. Territory nay brought ed to superintend the election (or Inten- goerllurfac.1 nat
inspectors
lare 10. maJ all possible, the establishment .
means her she the
marks of| waggea gear about t.r. Any infor, in twa for sale or which may bt sent from it; dant and on the second Monday in lines of communication .uprorand went immediately the.hierxplain.: except ef the lakes,

lulO respectin her, will be thankfully niye. the guaging of liquors,the measuring or weighing March Cuncilmen.; hereby enacted shall beconstrued'ts tbs .prm.meaL with the ed to him eloquently and in wor. h: the Everglades are dry i the extent,
Lad the abf reward will be given her del.y of any arUcles of produce or aerchancil.and the m exclude the Legislature of this Territory and from connecting the cities of Nsw djrC, and Ug I motives, and demanded a bone urns.She depth and character of the lakes?

It Feb.this olce. storing of gunpowder, and al .nl militarystores from the right to repeal, alter or modify leading Now Orleans t the( ,r.a commercial emporium,.1.1th. I was enlisted in a body of,lora in a Aw I Is the Peninsula generally based on

181._ shall ,ha.not the the property power of fo tax United auctioneers( Stt., and j they license Ibis act, I it may deem proper.Approved. 10th Feb. 1841. .,United Stale w h.ru. an attempt to accomplish days she could wield her lance as any limestone, lake Key West, where tI cr

Rlarxhajl's Sale. and tax retailersof goods and iqDor..b,. ti. west desirable object by i4ii4a I of her companions. From that comment she naturally rich? Is thi lime $tOfl hard or
EP Y Virtue of a writ of Fieri r.cu, issued out I hers, ksepers 'Dt.rrl. proved vniueeesstul, on aUD' uoMxed Attached] soft, and at what depth
-*-.? of Leon Superior CoaiL sne pedlsrs tarsrn su4 pobic ta iqc.houu No. 13. -AN ACT to authorise Luther Taylor to extent; and whereas John H. hrjunty. as a privates generally below the
od,M which P.t H. Swaim U t; and dir hackney carriages,'cr and stra/s, restrain I ..talil a Ferry across the River. il kins necessary baa petitioned the to grant Hop: ldt r t of Grzwa clothed surface? ?

erich i a defendant,;'pati I d Fre. lotiu tippling and ', gaminhos..s, houses Bee 1st. Be it enacted by the Governor and Le, end his uat snch wittar a will enable I in the unifor and armed en cap, re.senrinjfor Hew far ,from the Point of Florida does

*ndeo Tuesday)tbs lllh day of ijay next, ap.II o i.ame. riots theatrical and : or other public exhibi and i ffislalive Council of tbo Territory! of Florida, That tem to fOn 4mpI1. with means-tad energy Ip '..in case omisfortune., the tropical region extend? that K Uie Wjion

J Ceur 'u. Tallahassee, betvcgn the tOnlppr.for diidor1 alembl. Lotilher Taylor.b and is hereby aDIlori.d to I crDe & te importance and ex.paose which ha i in h.r free from and
> ,rsahaU proceed U sell th*Hoesa ai St. "p t It, may the pui.ent .n 'prMn'.. establish public ferry acr t.e Eam. .of tbs Therefore. poign&rd, pcere ,girled, posts, adapted to' tit culture ef
w. as the fit. Marks Hotel' with Jl ,>.ppnr- ralt1..r breaches peace tbo lmi&o bia River, at or near junction of alnu IsL UDc.rklli e.cted by the Governor and Legislative the .present with corpse in.every ac. the tropical fruits, such as,tbs bo ;thf kaoa.ns .
'enijices, together with all cIJ.! and righj; to the the.id fine town shall by fine in or imprisonment; Prold, tba; IfitcbtH'a creek, tie same being on the tract of r s Council of tSe Territory Florida,That tion, and gallantly braved both .danger'anddeath. the pine apple' the cocoa,, the dattTtte
no
&1.'led upoDjand t be'sold' t ealisfsaid'. .; *writ' the imprisonment fire case.ec 1'. twenty) ,ss land lying and sjtuatcd on the. J.cambil'ret,. Jor Hopkins, and hi. associates, .formed ..In a change which waanwde tllfan- orange and lemons, <5tc. Is nopil aod
Irdlnr t Jaw. abouUhlrly* x miles from ; I ad h'lianr to be formed, their .kuni, Samogitia yotrngAQtoiett5 t the coOkea1 insect a .ttfj6
LEIGH HEID, Marshall Sec. 4th. B|> fkrtbsr eoixUd,:,.Thal tbs said I .cs.& i pr. nattre trtftpil

By JOHN F. KACHLCK, D.M.

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of IPiorifln? Doe the. cotloa two grow all l types within their natural b.unds; which "- -- -_ 6 -J.LA I td Th hjsj&ry otth. > >Ye have- some_ hesitation;jo puQwnTng'tile TflE" GLOBE.We .

'4 wild? Watitjier!nluahe. ,pwdu : on., such would render the glades, perfectly dry opening --r E:_ p Joa1gN.oug jt sanctiODi, sbws tfbat a ttetnuiphiticai :catemunicatioaof' *' -: corrtspoudept "Publi-1 publiftYprol LiJ Washing.tou .

;j as ruanilla-'hemp, dec., arc natural, reductions to cultivation an extensive plain such ,
as Manilla hemp, &c. are outuralriroductioh lands,of about oighVthoioand/.squarfi' jples, R'lf dY, $the aid e p
ned
; of free institutions
{ *,of Florida, and bow far north can after deducting a fourth for the lakes, saffici. EDwARD'n {GIBSON, funds*iVputa arid pulls domTdown *- + publ-'fi.f presenter why our ro' te support to %

4 these: productions be introduced-to advantage! oily elevaird above both lakes and tides to '- _Saturday. taii;; 18-1 local it pleases up :-k organises the.,\bole what, we enter into among the whig Democratic Journal af the Seat of the Gen*,

Wiat) is the supposed value of an acre in be entirely free from izundations, and as BANKING bnk power of the country, and bring it in I leaders' amid partisans. Considering, however ral Government .
SYSTEM. '
tropical fruits, compared to plaotatianapf su.I healthy as tho-keys., favor of higl/taxes. large,expendituresand that one division of the party'has a reg. Such I journal most b supported a tbat
gir: coffee, or cotton? I If. the Everglades The of tho of Extract of a letter h constituents, from :1 I > hat We believe that
tropical region peninsula II national.debt!, and by means ofitslnfluence ulafly accredited organ,, and the othr' point. verily our free tnttj.tutions .
could be drained, what extent of )Jand wouldbe which you inquire, reaches, from Cape.Flori. "Mr. E. FISHER, a late membr of. Cog:".reguiitte&'Jradcaid; ; the Govenment.'Ibe'Republican :'I note admit "Pubhcns" into our columns.uhllOUgtl cannot long exist 'without one.V
j gained for cultiratieo? Could the Manila da about 200 miles north, Where" all the frnits (Torn'North Carolmina': ; .. party nsve'atr ya'K. Ir"-H ],> -Ills i icijuiring-ruthor' tnrt m cll from are certain th&Jact, Lei, the .

hemp bo cultivated in Florida generally know n to tropical. climates can lie cultivated The flanking System-a National Dell-I on a United. States bank as UNCOXSTITTJTION the Floridian. Power but get.o the undisturbed Money
Can the Vanilla, and what i is; ca'.led: Havana wi.th certainty it is entirely beyond the re. and Untied Stales Hank. \ AL. Is it wise for the Federal party then to control".t

$ tobacco., be. cultivated. . K.icn of frost.: 'Hut many of those fruits, such These subjects( are so intimately counccted, I seize. the occasion of a temporary ascendancy I 1 I would we think, be ededly'tbe better political press at W UhtDgO and whl> y
"
I, "nnat ulterior- navigation ,oy steam couia oe' ;.s the orange, lime, l lemon, and fig, can, that I shall tiot treat them separately, but Jay to establish an Institution weich o least one* [ plan for the "genuine, as' they .sometimes affiliated presses in Stt bcke, b ju
4 created by improvements oi the rivers whic'.i'' '( doubtless be cultivated with success much before you a number of facts, and a few gen half of the country believe unconstitutional. call themselves.to get their own organ.through Bank power there,and such a m

connect with Lhc Everglades, and which migh.t further north as they are not affected by par. eral remarks, for your consideration. I will keep the country agitated; for when. :I which they can lay their views_ before the hoods and misrepresentations wi be oCf

'1 might' be connected with the Lakes? tial, or light frosts.!:! On the 7th of January last, ((1841,) the .. ever the Republicans regain power. they public. And there is our neighbor the Sentinel forth among the ppl noti pr

The answers to these questions tnajr be The nopal, or prickly pear, on which the Senate of the United States adopted the fol. will at ali hazard put down an Institution ready at t moment to "yes,," when withstand it. and eta
very interesting to the country. 1 nave for cochineal insect is found, is a native of Cape lowing Resolution, to wit: which they believe to be unconstitutional, ,and say misgovern_
f many years entertained an opinion that the Florida, so is the.cotton plant or tree; bot'i Resolved, That the Sccrctuty the Treatrnry dangerous to liberty. the question is popped by any body, or any i ment will overrun the land, and fi,ic

Peninsula of Florida would be found, of great grow wild in the forest, and the colton tree is be directed to communicate jo the Se The United States Bank when its charter party that I as the rhino, or even Union Bank and poverty will come on. the people.If .

I value on account of its tropical c'.imAlc, which the same as cultivated on our plantations nate, at as early a period as practicable, m a expired, continued its existence i \ with enlarged bills. the ppl value a good GoTerunjcj,.
would enable us to raise the tropical fruits differing only in the smallness of the leaf and detailed and tabular form all the informationin powers, under an \ Pennsylvania. It is somewhat of an exaggeration in Pub- if they wis prevent the. etbli rf&'

Jor which inuneaae sums i>re annually ex. pod, and the length and fineness of the fibres. the power of his department, in answer to It continued its operation in the same house licus to charge the Star with changing onto Government of conso I'd I

ponded' in the West IndieS! /<1n even in countries The seeds are turfed, like our upland cotton, the following questions: with the same capital; and under tho same a week. has, to be sure, been shifting and poisoning our whole political and corpt l
across the ocean. One acre planted in and need not be planted more than once in What amount has the Federal Govern- managers us before; the only difference was, I s inatL
1 lillle and it is, tutions they must keep a vigilant
such rugs jr.ould be 'vort'/\ more than fifty some three or four years. Tho :Manilla hemp client lost, fruin its organization up to this it had not I lie public t funds lo deal on and I changing not a perhaps nowI' sentinel i
I'' in cotton. The cultivation: of the Manilla is! also a native growth of this; region.! In time, by the employment{ of banks, by the that it entered the field of politics with more preparing for another change. Our neighbor the sourse of corruption and misrule.Mr. .

I t hemp, I am ;inclined to think, might be soc.f ; fact, h is to be found in all parts of the Territory use of bank paper, or by its connection in zeal than t formerly. This Institation at length I' of thc Sentinel is as quite vexed at the Stars Biddle is showing ,he

ckssful in Fluridii I, a'.id in parts of Georgia and can. no doubt, cultivated as far any wise with banks, including the deprecia. qas run its race corruption; as many of us I rnutatiiris.I Stockholders of the United up cml
and Al lbCl n. A. few years ago I addressed north as the 31st degree of no th latitude: on lion of batik p-ipcr. foretold, it has proven to be utterly insolvent ) For the Floridian. States, by ep)
t :i loiter to M t. Adams, chairman ot the the poorest sandy land. The Indians have "2. Whatamouut the people of the United and rotten in all its .parts. Recent develop | Editor Qf Star and Col. Downing'$' sing the conduct of the Directors \
I, Committee or. ?A i\nufactures, stating that it always b,'eu in the habit of manufacturing it States have lost from the commencement of merits prove that! all the officers and directors, TIe th Friends.In Bank. This, however, does not exonerate
t was a nalural ;production) of every part of: into ropes, mats. &c., and before the war the Government to this time, by the failure from Nicholas Diddle down to the clerks, him from the almost universil
1: Florida grovitig' in (the poorest soil, and that supplied the first settlers with variety; of articles and the suspension of batiks, aol! by the de. have been guily swindling in one form or the Star >,f last week, it wa stated that on him. The Director may have cnSUr been cat

all that "::'. J necessary was to plant it and formed out of it, such as halters, lines, preciatinu of bank paper, by the '.oss and destruction other; they all made fortunes, while the I Downing would get a much larger vote in bad but what of I
cultivate it; bul' that the plantation being once.I bedcords, kc.: at a very chrtip( rati-" It was of balk notes, and by tic existenceof u.noce& stockholders: and note holders! arc : Middle and West Florida than he ever got : a himselr that :
1, formed, as the pl.inl is perennial il might re- t! commonly known as the graQs rope. Sugar: ba'iks and the use of bank paper generally? left to suffer- Al the large stockholders and i that he would be elected : that he was the I a mlste ous disagreement abou tan

n'.in for nuny years, and be annually cut. j of course, can be cultivated! with tire same "3. What have the people and Governmcnt money! dealers suit Phil ulelphia, too k care ( true whig candidate, &c. Now, since the ,I item of expenditures nmountiog t BOOM
I :Mr. Perri c, who was at that l tine applying I success!': as in the Island of Cuba.I I of the United States paid, directly and \ before the bank broke, to shift ih'-ir stocks !. rsverse of this has been most fully shown : 8600,000. The committee say they can

f.r a giant of land, poiinvrly! denied the exis-: i I I doubt whether coffee can be cultivated indircc'lyto the aggregate banks of the (Jolted I off on unsuspecting people at a distance, ; since the vote of that party in the Middle and no explanation of this item, either from l.

it'iiceof thc plant in Florida, nnd declared j with advantage here, as it will not thrive States, for the use of those institutions: annually !: which proves that they knew what was goingon ,i West has proven that Major Ward was the B. or the board. Mr. Biddle says that the

I that it would only slit: thc tropical region.iice ; well\ on land based upon rock approaching fir the last ten years? !j even if they had no hand in it. From a I I tue candidate, and that Col. Downing was \ Directors do know very well what .
? : then 'he grass rope (made from the i i near the surface. as is the case in this reg'on.1 *4. What proportion of the stock of the I Report made to the Legislature of Pennsylvania .. nothing more than an interloper, thrown into I. made for. He take IhO ex..pcnditurcs
.Manillt hemp) has become a1) article ot'ini.portance (! The coffee tree has a long: tap roof, w ich several banks of the United States is at this by the bank itself, it appears that only 1 the party, by official arrogance and newspa. were cu
; : ; it is. used on n1l'! our,.teaniboals: and\ pcnclrali's the earth lo a considerable! depth: time owned by foreigners? II two millions of the stock were f.eld in Philadelphia I, per servility : supported only by some two or(I not to explain the mater, and the comm
I t: for: a thout-a'id purposes f for which the corns j and cannot be sustained: as almost all other I Hi answer to the call made by this Resolution where some years ago more than 15 three dozen eleventh hour men, deserters from :wi not do it-su that it will pever b known.
trees and la'eral roots. The the ot the from ir-illi-ons held. and that 27 millions the Jackson nnd Van Buren ranks :-ihe ; The N. York E. Post asks if
I jiH-ii hemp \\ as formerly in! use.:: It is culli- : planTs are by Secretary Treasury; I were out j I certain
:. \;ltt"ll extensively in tin sandy lands near I Vanill.t! plant, which: ) is n-I cd to :a very great the .1 orm.1tol contai ed in his Department) ': of the 35, were held in Europe. The capital Star in this week's paper, comes out to the {loans to sundry members of and
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Camprachy.! or Merida.; Would it not be extent in: imparting: iiu! fiae; flavor which they laid following FACTS before Congress, as ', of the bank consists of 35 millions ef dol. right-about wheel, and denounces its own lit- influential politicians, may Cong explain the
wcli: to procure some one from that t district I have to Spanish cigars, snuff, &c. i is found ina may more fully be seen referring to Senate lara, and there can be no doubt, at least 30 l\enecleus\ us being the cause splitting the I! .
I mailer.I
4 acquainted. t\ith its culture? I had a Mexican. wild state in all parts of South Florida: in Document, No. 180-twenty thousand co. i I miliun. is held by foreigners. This always :, Whig party, the defeat of Major Ward}I
in 2fl3" employment for a short time! who was great abundance. pies of which, were printed by order of tho i i the cage;-no law can prevent it. is i This is certainly true; and let it be proclaimedeven I A GRAND IDEA.

from that neighborhood, and who first poiiued, The arrow, or coonti roots, fcNo abounds: Senate' on the 12ih February, 134 1. j i it then wise, that we should establish a new from the house tops, that the Star has,I Mr. Diddle tells the people, through Mr.

t, ; Florida' and occjsioiiully used it for m king i even li.e white settlers i ia; that region, prior to ument shows that-"the losses sustained by should have the keeping and use of the pte.i change sides once f week, will not be deniedto I has been sacrificed to the and de.
: 'halters! uml\ ropes for common [purposes.I I the war, subsisted almost exclusively. It is the employment of I>aik; <<, and bank paper i!i pie's money, and that they should, through : him, (the Editor,) but to a member of (the of the jealousy .
Schuylkill Navigation
I am, respectfully; : yuuns< &c. au exrellent: substitute. lor bread; and( the belore the year .637: and incc," aro 815 ;j the influence of the monied power, control party it would not b toleraled. spair Company
4 H. M. B1UCKENKID{ ; ; process! cf t converting it into the must beauti. 402,000. ) jtee'liliol! jour hundred aiid I and direct the politics of the country? I Ii PUBLICUS. .'" I wont do M J r. Biddle, that I a
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: Col. \V.M. WVATT. 1 fill nod. snow: : \vhhc iluur is \'ery simple, re. ninrly.ttco thousand dollars.J. leave to your own good sense to answer ,: need thc Sentinel at the Humbug to big to b swallowed even ra this
__ i iWASMIMJTOV i''quiring nothing) more thas! u common( tin gra. In answer t to the secoul: question, the these questions. j Why b carping age of Humbugs. It has been sacrificed (to
.1 I : ; Feb. t 2 7, J 1641. ler. ami a bucket or tub: to wash it in. for the Document shows fruni data to bu fully relied The leaders of the party that came into Floridian ? I is useless. I need not do it the cupidity and roguery of i iu financial and

li\n: Sin :-Your esteemed letter( : of the i I ipirposc: of separating the flour. on, that since the year 17 'J, to this time, powor by the election of Gen. Hal rison are as an intimation that it longs to lay aside its I political!

4 22d instant\ has beea: received. My thanks': ,' .\S for the production tab.icco of a sJpc.I : the people of the United States ha\e lost by not only Iii favor of a National Bank, but neutrality and take i stand in opposition to.1 managers.--

are due to you for the flattering: notice which j I nor quality ia this regioii of Florida, us well! Balk failures, by depreciation of notes, by likewise of a .National debt. Indeed, it is the Floridian and the Democratic party, if For the Floridian.

you hivc: taken"of a cumniumcutoi: : written ': as III portions further north, there can bo no destruction of bank notes by ucculent, by difficult for one to exist without the other; I it can paid (tor so doing. All this I Mr. EDITOR : \"l you please to mnidne the

: Itv lire', sonift years MIH-C. relative to the pe- I,I quest' i0n., I Indeed, tilt; experiment! has been counterfeit bank notes buy'on losses bv. coin, and I may add, that a National debt, neces. is well understood b already, and its at following announcement, as it appears to have
:J iiifula: of Florida, and the war in that fJllar.t l: alrtt.idy t fully made, und his resulted in the and bv luctualon'in bank currency, affecting .- sarily brings! on the people an increase of 1 carping I .
This communication! was written soon raising of an article not inferior. to that of the price*, \\: 3j."t,431,497.( Three hun. taoes. All the movements in the last session the loridian, is altogether a work of supe ; been overlooked, amongst the many appointments

iificr the commencement of hostilities on the I I..0.West::; Indies. Its flavor i is ... )\" many drcd and siity-Jice millionfour hundred and of Congress plainly prove what I say, and :I riorgation. !i and removals in this Territory :

: part of the Indian: and after I had become: 1 j 110 be superior. lo (that of t the Cuba. Jijly-onc thousand, four hundred and ninety those who doubt, have only to wait a year or These neutral things are generally very APPOINTMENT BY THE PEOPLE:

satisfied thai the policy ('t I'tlJ( Government; IHS I I You)( direct one of your inquiries lo the sup.j seven dollars. two to Leconvinced of its..vorrectness. : contemptible ones. We look on them always DAVID LEVY, Esq.. to be Delegate to Congress
well as the t pl.lIl>l of operation totonuina'e: I j po...eJ value of one acre of tropical fruit, :3. In answer to the third] question, the THE--FLORIDA- -- JOURNAL.- nith distrust, and consider them as wares in. from this" Territory, in the place of

the \vr; \\..< radically:! (idtdivas t lew: : has ;compared with the same quantity! of land Document shows: 4'the amount paid by the \\ e laid by of the false predictions of the market for the first or highest bidder, as I CHAKLES Douxisn: removed. LEO .
in"..,t fully\ shown.Two I I planted ii: sugar or culton. I have no posi-' I j community: to the Hanks, annually. the last 80nl ---- ---.-
live data ia this estimate but 1 II for the Journal, relative to the late election, the case may be, and the neutral: Sentinel has
: t. the of
i ten Herald.
your buloro the war r I -\ji! ired lhatpouion : goxcrii tnc ; j years use banking insututioiis! From the .et York
: of Fiorida, and at once saw: the difficulty \vonKl say that one ncrc cultivated: in: orange .I ti be 62W.OpO.OUO.) Two hundred and which we publish below, and ask the editor show n such strong indications that it is of this The financial condition of the country is
15I t that would arise, sliouM the Indians: ro- i jor 'l-moi\ : 4'.J'Vlg!: : I two Iiundred troe-i to tfcucI.e eighty tico millions of dollars-that. is, wcna' how he could have the conscience, the brazen : species, (that no one need doubt. disastrous in the extreme. 'Ihe banks of

t fuse to emigrate, in consequence' of the peculiar I !, (not an!) over number, 1 11hI11\: ,) and proidiicing eight millions, two hundred thousand; dollars assurance, to publish such things to the peo. The Sentinel care n.to' life at Quincy, a the west, souihuest: and south, arc in a state
I! character of the hirh i a lliousand! the tree, value atone I annual! from : 1 to 1 1S10 i.idnsivc. and the of
t country \\ they I 1.J ple. Let him hide his head l for shame. a neutral, devoted to morality, religion, &c. 'I of insolvency, only wa.t progress
t then occupied' and: could occupy in case of i I l'Cll: each, would! yitld! a crop worlli $20W() ) ,1 In; answer lo the -lti! question, (the Doc.ument .- I i events lo expire finally. I In Ohio the banks
"We have and conversed that i il
with We for the
seen gentlemen at once pronounced was i|
'One acre planted: in sugar, producing' 2000 ;| ; shows th.it the of up have
\var. With a view to place the Government: amount bank capital I i: arc in the utmst contusion ; attempts
Ibs. at -1 elf. 1 11.! would amount to 880j; the j ji |: owned the United States who have travelled ul through Middle highest bidder-and that as sooi: as it got a' Bank but ,the
in pphsesai' .u of these facts, as well as many per U by IMUKICNKUS' : : : l been made to get up a State ,
and
cllicrs! relating u/ their! numbers;, character, i tame in cotton), producii: ; 200 Ibs. of cleaned I is $:$3.jG3G.r Thirty Jive million, six Florida, they unite il the opinion that respectable subscription under thw guise of,: bill to that etfect which passed the House
und temper! and their; conne ion with the I:5ianish I cotton, of the finest quality, at :30 cents, would hundred and thirty file thousand.fitc hundred Major Ward will carry, that District!:! by atremendous neutrality, that the Bank j'arty would! of. was l lost in the Senate. Nearly all. the char.
fisheries the and the UUnd. I amount to $60. Oie: acre planted i.i the dollars. majority. Ohio institutions in 1843,
on coast j course bid the highest, ti.d weuld lean and >tera of the expire
of Cuba, with all of ulccli: the General Go. !I other tropical fruits, such as lire pineapple, The 1 following FACTS' are taken from a 05"The majority turns oui to b a miuority."Ward's side. We'I land. the probability y is, that none of them will
lean and lean that
vcmme.it seemed tu be almost totally: :I iac. I[ tig, planluin) or banana, would no doubt, far I document: laid before Congress by the Secretary I majority in West Florida will b quite over to i igave berenewrd. In Illinois and the other sis-

_ <]uaintcd, I placed in the hands of General exceed the limalc: ; for the orange and lime. of the Treasury, on the 9th April, I about 900." it C months to perform the oporation in I pended States, the banks are on an ilclne

_ Thompson, the Indian Agent, at \his r'quest.1 II The labor necessary for either culture, I 1840- and printed, by order of the I House of; il is two and three hundred 1 It way done in less time. Still: pro'essing to plnne, and going rapidly to ; confidence

a lever tu the Secretary of War, explaining' : .I ibhould: presume) would be about the same.I Itepre eltatiHs.--l is numbered document I ) : Florida he Y ill get at least bo neutra however. I is lost ou all sides, and the currency
aJ:: recommending what I then conceived'to I Upon the subject of inland navigation by 17-, ild \\s, from official statements, the ; 1100. The editor had been, a short time before an I t falling back upon[ 1 specie basis. In the last

_ 1% be, and which I amnntv fully satisfied f were, steam through this part of iho Territory, it isimy condition of 901 banks-there; are sOLe 40 I CHisote is something over seven hun. anti bank democrat. He could submit pa. twenty years, paper has been gradually! usurping -

the proper preliminary steps 1" to be taken be. opinion that, at a trifling expense cum.I or 00 besides these, of which there is no re. d tiently, perhaps with complacency to be J'. the place of specie as a measure of d.!

!fore: any attempt was made to enforce the | pared wiih other works of internal improvei ,: turn. "His fri lil:in the East write that he will deemed a loco t fLco, if we arc not mis'aken.i ue, and is destroying itself: by its own o er tc-
conditions. of the treaty \\iih: those. Indhn i mcnt, btcaniboal navigation can lie, established; These 9:1 banks; Ia\.o a capita] real or get there from 330 to 400." ton! and specie is resuming its natur pos-
Iiisca the directly Petitions i became neutral,-then bankitc,-when I .
( from Key .\ lit bay, at Cape, 333 medium. movement
tribes. Those recommendations: like many ( gels about cue hundred! : lion as a circulating Thi
others of a timilar character from oilier indiuiduals I :; I through the cent re of the peninsula, by They have the people indebted! to thorn in CHe cst Florida -v.ill him Harrison seemed lobe gaining the ascendancy is assisted by the great abundance of
I i of the lakes, and the :St.: Johns, t to Jack. the enormous sum of tl.an130 millions certainly give over Harrison
were all disregarded.:! Indeed, such WilY more ( ; a thousand." the flag wus hoisted oroduce \hicr is forcing prices du"-u'o' specie
was the want of correct information possessed !ifionville, on the Atlantic side-having lateral I of dollars. 03 ile gets. about five hundred and filly."In Again, the Sentinel was neutral belween level. Flour is now selling iu this city,
ti Government in to its I hi. communications, by means of the rivers icierI They had notes in circulation about the I before the navigation at 84,50.
; by e regard : : Jackson, Walton and the candidate i for Delegates-the majority inGadsdeu just[ opening
I red to. lo ihe sea. first of January, 18,IO to the amount ot 97 Washington, yieldsa
dian relations! in Florida, ,that at the time I : Throughout the west, wheat no longer
i Of the Islands in the lakes and everglades, millioiH of dol s. whicn united will poll about 700 votes, Ward was going tor Ward-it hoisted ,the such
the letter to which allude csima.: I the its
wrote you return to producer ; quantity i
ting the number of the I lurid, : Indians I1 I have personal acquaintance with some, and They had specie in their( vaults to the amount will not lOuse exceeding: 50, perhaps 25. Ward banner, and was ,'ociferous'l'ry vociferous that a market cannot be bad Cotton i i similarly -

nhoiit six tliousanil, Gen. Caps: Secretary of.' have only heard of othcrt They are generally of 30 millions of dollars. TMr. Levy got 123 votes, and Ward 2 .? indeed, l for \"ur I situated to a less extent; prices and

War, then declared that theie were only about \ very rich, and elevated lo tire same From: those data the following results willappear in Jackson. In Washington Levy beat 7 or Another changethe! Star hoisted the !! norm.ial values must vontinue to fall, and

) seven hundred In this letter, if 1 i am height above\ tide-water as the belt of laud : or 8 to one! \\urd banner. Ab what when prices are low a small amount of money

not mistaken, (with a view' to attract the at. referred to on the clJa t. Fur lurther parlic. 1st. The banks in January, IdIO, had between "He (Ward) will gel almost the entire vote TltA Star cut from abautifulupening.Downing partyat is requisite to perform the exchanges.
tention of Gen. Scott, who was Ih'n operating ulan of the coast, keys, and islands: I beg three or four paper dollars in circulation of Madison." the seat i of Government.of. What I The business of the banks must decrease,
the leave to refer you lo my report on that sub. fur silver dollar in their vaults. a nice I .
Florida I every depreciating.The
in ,) suggested very plan I (KTThe while their are daily
vole 114 Ward
was, Levy 100 !
recently adopted by Col. Ilarney, for penetrating !iject, published in 13:34: in the United States 2nd. They have the community indebted to thing it will be, if the Sentinel can slip into i fall of ases prices infinitely increases the
the Everglades. i Telegraph, and, I thiik: in other .papers. of 1 them 450 millions ol dolhis, which i is abut "lie (Ward) will get i.i Jefferson more the place deserted by the Star, and b'the difficulty of raising money by taxation t pJ
taan either of
the other candidates!
The i information( you seek, relative to the I this city.: I :3D dollars a head to every white man, woman I great official,the leading bank organ as wellas the public debts, and increases the danger or
I most w ith in relation child in the Uni'etl OCrThe vole was Levy 200, Ward 1 13. too
of Florida I heartily agree you Hal Iaft' state of
Peninsula most cheerfully give; : thc official; of tho Florida Executive Delightful repudiation. In the (respective .
iU to do so, to the t-ztcnt covered by your to the importance of I londa, cSl'ccialltltat Tlc amount of taxes paid by 11n people of o "Each (Levy and Downing) will receive a On sudden the produce market, eighty acres of land m.i
thought
important inquiries I trust, will not be .'xpec poilioa of it lying within. the tropical region, the United States annually to the GeneralGovernment few votes Apalachicola, bt. Joseph, and a Sentinelis yestern state, will yield scarcely sufficient w
ed in the: space of an ordhnry letter. I for the supply' of t tiiuie products which cuter'II' ; for several \earspast!, for the Pensacola. Elsewhere in the West their packed up, hauls down the Ward fla and money to the taxes of the owner for in.terest

}' Iu! anpwtr: to your questions: generally in I'I' so largely into the consumption ofull portions protection) of life, liberty, nnd property, is votes will be trilling." jumps over here ready to b seduced. ". In pay the stale of Illinois, for instance,

relalion\ ((. the Everglades, I have to say that, of the Union' and of which large importationsarc I less than 81,50 per head on an average; (KTThey beat him in Apalachicola Levy But them is a t fox m tho way. Our when the present debt was cotracte flour
[ have been jle loin annually made to our country from abroad 1 I I hue the am .uut paid by the American com of the Star thinks $22 in the
him 8 he
from all ihe observations a : bat or 10 to one in Washington! neighbor can see .1 was $10, and pork
ke. 1 think there i in:: no doubt that this ex under) heavy, duties. Indeed, Florida is im. I!I munity to the Banking system fur the uso ot The bank whigs ought to ashamed of deep ii lo a mill-stone as he that is picking it, maaket. Now the former is $4 and the latter
tensivetract 'country* at least from 20 to portanl ill many other points: of view to this !I f paper money is, on an avenge, double (that b and he the Sentinel 812. Represented in flour, the yearly interest .
30() feet abovfr'iide"water, ad is susceptible ol great lIul ion. Along its coast, and around its I I j amount; and, if we count loses from depreciation having journals conducted on such mcnda. meets with a flank move. three since, was 79,00 barrels! or
being rendered perfectly' dry by means ol reefs, the commerce of thu great valley oldie of notes, and fluctuation of prices, it is cious principles. I wont do for these joqr- ment. The Star hauls down the Ward Iwn- 350,000 bushels years wheat; it w now *175OW,

deepening and widening: the various outletsor West, watered by the Mississippiund' ,its tii- ten limes that amount. nalists to say: "Oh, we believed all this!" ncr, and hoists that of Downing, before the or 870,000 bushels of wheat, or one third

rivers that flow thrcugh jl from the lakesto butanes, must pass, and rely in a great de. I When we carefully examine all these facts,, : Nobody believed it, w ho made enquiry in re1ilion sleepy Sentinel| could get into position The part of all the wheat raised in the State.

the sea. These glares ex end from the gree for protection, in the event of a maritime; we scent. once in the I. auk system the cause / to the matter. Sentinel 1 was completely out-flanked and out. The speculators in this trket.bop t

&_ head of St. Johns to within 10 or 16 miles .,f I I war with a foreign power. Hence, the building of all the tl'ictuations( m trace, in currency manoeuvercd, and 'he Star nolaugbs at the raise the prices of produce I of
!1 THE S
L of fortifications and AND THE DELEGATES
and in that
light-houses! improve prices, have been in rAi medium of a NtIO.
c-ithcr side experienced the
Florida, encompassed on by tnrough
Cape discomfiture outs intended vival in the
I I property
ELECTION.
iii:: of harbors, ou the coast of Florida, and this country for the past twenty -and graces instead oi
which; years
those ; tariff and
land Bank new
a bk! of high through ( 1 a high loans
.streams have cut thrir 3'J'his;: belt of the encouragement population ou its borders i: ui, til the present banking system is reformed. I We have given a synopsis of the false and favor of bank whigism.Il the common sense policy of a cheap currt n.

land oa the (;t tilf' side is generally fertile b,' a liberal policy: on the part of the and placed under better regulations, w .' must statements of Major Ward's organ at Apala. is now throwing out its lures j in every cy, free trade, and inci easing the demand for

b-ntd upon coral! rock and marl; whilst t thaton General vioveniment' in the disposal" ( of its ,: continue to have a succession of":Cod times lachicola. Below our readers may take a direction. I would not b unwilling to lay produce, by extending i our, foreign, iaikt3Already
4 the Atlantic sine H sandy:: and less! fertile. public dom ill in !hat quarter, arc considerations : I and hhar (times." When the banks issue glance at those of Col Daicning's organ ut asido its neutrality, and rehoist the flag of the the pr posio U'seiiduJly entertain.

The soil in'the Ktcrghdes' : j is very rich: with of immeuse" interest to the whole Union/ their liberally then money becomes this, place. Par nobile fratrum.i "genuines." If they can trust such a weather ed of raising te dutie ou French imr

n Jerp black, arxJ: I think, uljuvial!! formation,. and more particularly) to the people of the plenty and times arc flourishing; when they i I "They have come to the conclusion that cock concern. it would b the,best thing they which will give that cnntr a pretext(
West. I and call in their out d
which h only'cu'erccJ with v.itcr in a wet, : standing Downing stands no chance. Now our op'm- could do, and nail it down with ten eluding our flour, they can
conclusion Sir. J to accept debts, then becomes I| penny
and III beg you my money scarce, and we ; without. .
season, after a tropical rain. ion i is different.
of Florida for l very nails, least it be hauled down A ,
again.
warmest thanks. OM a citizen have what we call hard times. This is the These'propositionsof the State
In the centre of those rc several "In Franklin he .
glades!!! | county will receivotwo to
service rendered that inevitable result under the northern draft would do the business. &c.,
tho valuable you Bank tariff nVtiohal bank national
large lakes, which connect with cvch other. many I system no one of the whole vote high deb
Territory, while it wus honored, by your cm. i mal( how wise, or pure, may be the men entirely the .'tock-jobbtog ***
from :thC
and extend withiu 20 mile of Cape : gotone. zenship, and for the zeal and inter'you who manage it,-they cannot control it. l cle j interest. of w-
bead Those
the the St.
candidate
to waters of I Johns. : neither will gain bnk s cno
her welfare. I Some that United States i i The Savannah Republican says : *
lakes and! for aiea/nboats still manifest in suppose a Banki want to'make the Bank |
are deep navigable lI I beg of} uccept the assuranCb of J i would regulate these fluctuations, and giveI I I any great advantage. .Te manufacture public opiuiou u a solemn. red back" concern, the national bank une
vessels and the of dlthcaoooe !! you l tU
or mentioned, are rivers and sources outlets. r ascended high reaped and regard with which 1 am ,I n>ore stability to the curre.icy, bufue have j 03 Col. Downing got one vote in abut true, and well would it be for the bet interests of the new administration, and the whole ifu-

two'of them 10 the Everglade, and your obedient servant, only to look to what occurred during the exis. I every eleven! our CDtmnon rountry, if tho Editors of the Courierhad ecce of the_ party,wU| be put into opnt If
found them'about; in WILLIAM WtfATT. teijce of the late Bank of the United States\ "In Escambia, Mr. Dowuig't vote was more iinititori"This the extra session to produce that
the same point of lev.M! !
ti ,I). The current, when I came: into tbtf% Hon. H. M., SACKEBIDOJ Ho. of Rep.A .lo aee'lh.at 'uch would not b the case. two to one in 1838. lose any refers to the Charleston Courier, the they can get,the.Sno-Treasury law re
I in i the tIme that Bunk was established to ,the strength on the present occasion." editor of which has ben brought from Bottom the Government roust 'immediately
,ghd j,arid. ,near the I 1a ke, became very gentleman traveling a jaunting car- thY
is.'was;',however: Itt' V dry'time! aud the'ldcs in Ireland of Jrle-ake Put, the.driver, expiration of its charter, there were us many 03"He gets about one vole in six! we believet9 "maptt/ae/ure'"public opinion"for substitute as a fiscal_agenU That agent acknowledgement
"Mr. as three or four of these fluctuations in the "Mr. will the the of South hope to.become,'as a prelude to their
gl were not overflowed by iKe waterfrcjih lived in ) Fitzger. Downing come over Apala. good peope! Carli a. Judging That coo-
"Wh
the fakesThese facts convinced niethatiTf'ibe'beadVor your honor, what's dead !" What did currency,-'first good times, and then hard chicola the loading candidate" from the course of the Courier for the last is the National Bank. diwdeoo1
: these Of J '" How times-first price? high-.nrid I then prices low. cern it now"loosing money, that is,'
outlet rivers i on" a Thursday is Mr.
the
; o( ilie whopper Downing should that
hel I seven we say, in ofdertQ
? "' States bank would efhlt years been out of the capital
if United have
f < But even a capl
mdzb wfd aV he been dead 1" "Why, then 4 'pai .
were opened by .deepening oing JonV # 140 votes out of nine hundred i carried w
which this with tf
gels
m'Vliith--CvUld.be done at comparatively ourbonorif he'd'ha' lived till next i render the currency more stab! yet there abut oyer by m 'a i give it a reputation, vieW
please \i other to it, that A leading candidate, Oh well its\ profit, coming the States Bank.p&.n .
objections weo
.email expense, thes lakes could' be kep't. at 'fun r he'd ha' been a year

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"that Mr. I h ,- [ : i i iI. JiIJj
Chronicle l say; when FIVE BEWA1iD.TOLEN f'ftOSPQ : .flt ? .' -- "
and re .
MO e JPPJLLARS, :
even carried in the pocket ; AAJb h'jd' b .Jj I. : IIIIWT 11' n.L.ISItu : -, .I '.T t
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seniuwc of.its,absolute necessity' ( immediately return to the cur .from theboujof A E. Harris, Eaq THR ...:
placed { ifa of the
TIer .
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a Rational Bank,) and Ais to expressed" him 1 reel hour." :, full blooded of thin C city.tM, on BLOODHOUND the night of the, of 25th m pott inllt"i a ral motive which prompted- *; cvtt try t the atteinptby fn e.xpocilioo.tkafedr- J ii'.! .o d !,!: -8.' ,.. .-' V

t their bylfcilaw'eM .
party 'prostrate, establishment,
occasions than axe. color, ear staodiafereci afcd tad about "
halfthinnutl AJlD
more .AI1 rl.KEEa COJUll8SION
self on 4h.it o Br'nislisquadioii : ,
of their Prirrterrto
The London Times ,S, abrogation contract u ,
We should like tcknow. length. c
When and where ? often sail ofihe linn, had hcr-n ordered The above reward will be given for his delitery the Senate.' They showed that there were already! -_. MEB.CHAKT -- : ,
.fjt before six Federal .
seventh
announcement which a :, "
oew.papora-to
No public lobe held to the city Marshal, or any information where STRAYED OR STOLEN. '
coa.-t. hAAtfJQNFR<
AmeriVsn
to tbe about u>!be added'jiablished at BOBEB I.
been made, that we have seen oi I can be obtained. wa.binitoD--alll the aubscttbw at Tallahassee, on the ;
thin, ha' md, m whip n* into devoted to the ditMiniBation of FolD -
tot I over us we suppose as a TallahIlS"f'h)' 15. 1841 42 and the defence of Federal measures. And to of the 2M April, a dark bay or brown

heard : ol' of Maine. Great Britain mare said mare ahtie place on the heal or 1aCHANT.
;
"man- 'a "urren< put STRAYED OR STOLEN. make this overwhelming battery Federal presses : AND COMMISSION
T is IS, we suppose, a portion of that I LrpnM I Ink, the cwirst hei a' the 'at GnterrrHfnl4 below the let loci of.on e of her fore feet,inclined
rfi fo-rd >) very lHIwilh |the tnore ef I
of which the Sa. !! FROM St. MirkK, im .Monday Iabt, a :Sight Ray to liav high; hip bwnr. A long? heavy tail: ;shod : SALE D&YS Wdsiesd.:& Se&rday*.
I C..cIJrourl.uuL the Union the charicUr _
of of
public opinio-, tliGIob
ufacture would wish her to take. Such black mnc and tail, hind fnot 1 liberal reward .
The Chromde worst enemies one : was ti botarnUhad.iU before, and was in gooel itrder. A I Carrtaffe#kCfc.' ''rP for Cm .
of. means Impoverished LIght
8nnah lUpublican bpenks obstruct "'tllte. shod all round has a small white spot on will be for ibe.dc of the mare altnis
'a measure is but calculated to a actilemeiit and iu political influence d, stroyed, by I paid litery BAROW HE8 BUfcGYS
satisfied with "manufae.LimWic the cr.d of her n01 e. Ten dollars jc ward will be a sweeping if stolen 920 II b. for the CHAR10TEE5,
is not place,or paid apprcuension .
however, of the dispute. paid for her denunciation of infamy on the part of the Federal complete. up i in np rier
delivery to me at St Mark! at of the
or
hke the Charleston I any leaders ill the Senate the deadweight thief.'D auct. **id e.mnnioniore
< opinion, livery stable in Tallahassee, and letting me know -by throwing :. G. THORNTON .lytc.! and for sale at the a
beyond and manufac. The yew York Legislature and Jt.fcLeod'81Cose.A of her delivery. of an expenditure of $40,000 in preparation 41 of II. J. HACKLEY.
a step Tanaha" .Mal
Courier it goes to do the ._
resolution has been introduced in. CLARK. Congressional work, on the hands of -- Feh.21,1841. 31t1PjtlJndewised
MOSES
vritate opinion. iti publishers, (the printers whose contract was lft reveivmr a (EN..
New 1841- are pAW
of
York 15
ture May
the Legislature directingthe 42
to AI-
of the Chronicle, and the rest I violated.) and by having this whole work of defamation IhaveappointedBenj.F. Whitner Jr. my JL ERA ASSORTMENT OF GROCERIES
beg
toI
Now we Judiciary Committee to report a law and ruin the of I weeks absence from
\ let President Tyler NOTICE. accomplished bl judgment and WESTERN PK.ODUCE-CoMiali of
of hrhig presses, to quash the indictment against McLeod, release the Senate of: the Union tt' give it the sanction of; this Territory. BACON -

.manufacture" his own opinions. He can do him and send him borne This resolution! I THE public for two are hereby cautioned William against T. trad the highest tribunal known to our countrry. The I UENJ. F. WHITNER.Leon LARD -
notes given by Poy. work eounl,1\Iay 8, la 11-12 il I
it for milD'ears, without excitement and WM done by a c.iucus packed majority of i FLOUR nl
and has done produced great a warm de. threes a Lieut. in Capt. McEIvia Company to '
it, 1 Federalists, and the Eduors: of the Globe left FOB"SALE.. I -
do not think that henetdS the whole John Williams. The firlt of which dated are WHISKEY
5tance--aod bate was anticipated, as questionwith waa on
to tus.ain their ubUchmcnt the Pea's in tine Presbyterian
,s by patronage :
their assistance to re-manufacturethem. all its merits both of law and (lad will the Seth of May, for ixiy dollars, the other was thcj may receive from political friends for the papers i THREE. 5, :19.& ChDrdl-I' TOBACCO SUGAR '**'*-
anv dated the 29th of for dollar. I
on
be thrown open to discussion. The Sun says May, rifly-five ; they ?uiJlJ.b. We will not ai.k or receive the I Apply to G. C. S. Ja I&nlOn, S. S. COFFEE&c.&c.
maki"g over> aga' 'I I 11.t value of said nolct. have never been recrivcd -I
They "' 'ntno I that should such a law be passed, in will be and I am determined not top.iy tliem. I sort of lumping contributions, by which the bank. i Padrick, or W.JDlliard. 41 t Which ibi v offer on rea."na'b1. terms.CURTIS .
and Federal politicians tupiaia their 313.,8.IS.tI. &POUNCEY .
THE'UNITED STATES, i the end oi the McLeod case-should it be I WM. POYTHIIESS. I presaea..c I ,

published in Phila11 rejected the vote will be considered as fixing : ___May lo. 1841 -12?__42 I will abandon the {publication of the Globa. f it I NOTICE. ; 2 doors west of tie Post Office- Talhhawoc.
bo
A weekly newspaper cannot supported av the regular dubacriplion I weeks afterdate-, I shall apply tu the Hon. April 17 38 ,

at" $2 per annum. It was lately the position which New York is de term : NOTICE TO CLAIMANTS. : price of i lie paper. If .such uf our Democratic I SIX ortblt County Court,of Jefferson coon -TEN DOLLARS u >.

hia, ined friends whose circumstances do not justify a ubfccnption I ty for letters of Administration de bonis non, on Lion
name of the Weekly to assume. I Board of Army Officrm having been establish ANA WAY From the subscriber tin ]
pubWned under the A ed in hue city for the purpose of invc'figal. I to the daily or terni-weekly paper, will the estate of Jacob 1 Carter,Jate of etfcrson county, R County man Andrew. He has Ion sear

i iVer. It is now enlarged about one.third, I Gen. JacksonA story has been going i in* all! cUiins against c thrr the United State nr : patronize the chcI per ,ublica ?ns issued by us- I deceased. JOHN FUEEMAK. the l kit hand, negro, from a burn and n a little Ulno

makes it one of the largest papers in the rounds stating that Gen. Jackson had become I the Territory of Florida. for supplies! or for nervier -i tho Extra Globe-the Congressional Globe, and May b. 1M1._ _41_ the effects of Rheumatism, 5 feet 8 Inches fcij .-
flbich contradict. connected illi the inililia *%. offer I, the Appeodix-we shall be enabled t> maintain $2O REWARD. CoLFUberV. The above wwtfd
un insolvent. This, though w e hereby our lie has a wife at
We do'110t
the United" States, and the cheapest. ed has been The Lancaster lintel.hiencer I fervice to all those having suih claims: in aid of as ht-rcioloic! our'urp".f Congressional Repi term i RANAWAY iron the subscriber on the 7th will be given on hi* delhreiy at Tallahassee

know who the ,editors arc. but we think, repeated. I their adjudication and colket ion. i iI ,I at the cut of $ ;,o"o per annum and to draw to I % bright Mulatto Boy named Mewrs. Be.lo.i & Fi>hcr or to the Subscriber.

says it has an opportunity of again I I Any paper delivered to un( personally or tran our aid conic ot'inr ablest pens in our country. DENNIS aged s'''oot eighteen yearn, little round EDWARD L. 8TROHECKER.

we detect DOW and then, the iniad of one of contradicting it by authority ; a letter mit'ud Lv mail (pot paid) u ill 0 promptly laid I I We Unit under thej-e rircu instances, and at a time I shouldered weigh about 13511s., tho above reward April 24 4t_38.

the ablest\ political economists of our country from the General himself, written in reference I,!, I lefre the Board.Whenever when ihu'greair&l inlcre, ( of the! country and its I will lie given for the delivery of said boy to me. or'' I _Strayed. -

: the cac requires it, i instruui- will future' dcIinyire put ul stake upon the cvonts $10 if lodged in Jail where I can get him. Po- BLACK
articles.S'c I last February.
"f'ls may be mistaken 1 to this statement, pronounces:: it false in every withduch the firlil of the Adumu.v the subscriber,
in some I Le to additional which be ) year present I chills P. O. Early Co. Geo. FROM in the forehead. He
given al any tiny E. with a star
but we arc pretty sure of one thing : particular. iroof. (ratio' in pregnant that no individual! who has the J. T. B. JONES.
t 10 ilni- nccchsary to the support of caim, or &to the formally belonged! to Dr. Taylor.on the Mkssuckie -
--- -- --- caui-e of at heart will hesitate to meet
; in the United form in which it must l he de. Ueuiocraty May .IB41-4. 41 of Black War-
is the best weekly journal Elssler's at New Orleans 11 and well knjwn by the Dime
it Fanny, Benefit I I tins! appeal whin at thcsa-uio time he will feel b ; -'-
In nil a rower of Attorney to us, Icknow. Notice to Claimants rim in that section. A liberal reward will bo f iveu -
valuable diversified cals. ,
gates.It contains more drew 86,000 to the house. She was pelted clerk of the in wnich the sured that this trifling tax for his own
ledged before the (county, I A DOAKD of Army officers is now in session to any MISOO wbu way find him veaslinf 111"he
jnformalion than any other weekly journal wehaveseea. with roses a $1500 bracelet, and many other party J''idu. and recorded in Ins office must accompany \villbUblaininlriumpii at Washington, advantago'l /5L
I I Ii valuable presents. so that the gross receiptsare : the paper tried and :iailhi'al press of hill party. ; \\ar.) lo investiga.ie the accounts arising from the KewTaa Yard, duiney i oad.
\v. I' & T. II. DUVAL.TullahaFMe. THE bxTKA GLOBE will ho published weekly, Florida All I 37
Militia service in persons, thereforu, April 10 3t _
estimated at $10.000. I _
II '
Ctmliciesathat; ; ) PresidentTvlr's I Msy b. ltJ41. l for MX inunil.>, commtncing \V.ednesdaylhe nho have claims against either the United States _
Mobile
i The I -Editor. Richard Pl'f.QIIho hare entrusted ;,ii> with 19ihof Ma\, aud ending on the 19th November I. or the Tt'l ritory of Florida for supplies, or for m- I CAUTION
; Death Haughton UAI may
}, vie"'** in relation to a National bank oj an I I the above di *criplion. will pleu! rx cute next, making "HII'y-sh numbersthe; hut of which vices connected with llie Militia, are requested tpresent I I HEREBY for rarn any JMMSOH from trading
editor of the Boston Atlas. died a few days forth in the tollowmr
for set
t. will contain an index. Earn number will contain the two notes
of the measure" makes Powers atiove directed and give or I with aU tile in their
of
them papers
.the iitc ssity support
Attomey B and I
;, are that. ago in that city. He was on the eve "of his end them to us. \V. P. & T li. D. sixteen royal quarto pagpn. It will contain principally without delay. The Bturd ospeeblohold, at some receipt R I am determined not to pay them,
establishment "necessary and proper. I political milter. The am also determined to protect the endorsers, onlift -
departure for England and was dressing 05 REWARD. : political uj.ect..d future lime a se.isiun ut each of the fuiluwin: !

I What a clear logical ,'ie01 the matter this is! himself for the purpose of going on board the I from the duble of the tubcrber.: on 1: bearing of lha mcakurea brfor; Congress during Lit named places in F..tlL f'llJridiviz : Suwant-e : compelled by 1.w.I A. F. DUVAL.
clal bcsrion will be ami when I
STOLEN t I' [fully developed, !
>wonder the editor of the Chronicle was i Acudia, when he fell in an uppoletic fit. ni:lil last. May 2d. a bright Sorrel i: the proceedings are considered of much interest to Spring; NuwnansnUe. and Black Creek or St. Aiarth 20, 1C41.
I I horse. with a blazed face, and four white legs ; : Augustine, or both ; due nolica ot which will be .,
It is such ; the public they *nil! be at length. I -
given
seat to the Alabama Legislature. The "a Gentleman."-He b. about 10 old "' well, i given. I I
Life 9 j
of gets up supposed to or years ; 01"1 I J. D. D JJt
The
Globe and will be.
grekMonal Appendix I Copy of receipt from
; idea. "The Necessity" of a thing leisurely-breakfasts 'omfortaLly-read I the I und ridis fair. Ten dollars reward 11 be Fur ih? piesent it is requested that all cotnninnications -
a bright pretty the gin with tipxtra ke' ion of (Ton jrew, to commence be aJuresaed thus :-" To the Board of 1 Brothers.Uecervid .
for the thief and borne or rive
: and The regularly dresses fashionably tiven dOlHI t on Monday, the 31.t of next and will in full for two
proper j paper May ;
renders it -iieccFsary horse alone, if at R. J. Hacklcy', Army Officers to Investigate Claims, TalljhasMe! I i L of .'n. F. Duval payment
editor of the Chronicle ought to have the lounges fastidiously_eats a tart gravely or at the sub6cri"rl.len :uciul I IItllum. ; be continued during the fe.;ion. The Congressional Flonda.-, THO. F.IJU 1'. promissory notes we hold against him, dated sod

the tattles insipidly-.-diiics considerably-drinks ANDREW SCOTT. : Globe will give an impartial history of the Lt. Col. 4-.11\'. Q. M. General Tres't of the Board. vudufbed an follows, to wit ; One note dated.the
chair of logic at Gottingen, or near CapeufGod proceedings both houses of Conprru.; and the 1 I' 61 -n:, lIt of :' uv. 1338,for $6C3 69. p&abluix Daontbs
superfluously-kills time differently-sups el. i T"llahaee. May 8, 1841-13_ _41_ ,. May _[_ _
the -- Appendix wd 1 contain all the speeches on both : mdue to and endorsed by Robert K.Wot. .
i
Hope among' i payable
I egantly-go to bed stupidly-lives u-e. NOTICE. sidckof important Kubjpcts at full length! as writ. ON CONSIGNMENT. i aud one note dated lit of November,1838,

N'mv tip! voters of Middle Florida know lessly !-[[Taller. 1IILREBY forwaru ah person from trading fur I ten out, or revised, by the members themselves. THE Subscriber hall received on eon:ignineut : fir $668 jOt payoble eight month from date, pay.

W:1rC1'cry! well. They know him to -- of Attorney given by me lo \\11.1,I They will be printed IS foal: as the buainesn of the casks LIME I I able lo, and endorsed by ]. B. Bull both note

Major companion Lord B., who sports a ferocious pair of .'i1 Wyatt, Senr. One Irom Ca"l Burncy und I two Houses inrnifchex matter for a nUIl1er. It is :30 bbh caVincd PLASTEfl PARIS : signed by Alex. Form) Duval.! we hereby promied

be a fine tilionud as pleasant a hiskers, meeting O'Connel in Dublin, the I the oilier from Capt.' Kinney Mew. I al I.u forbid i, certain that ne will pnb'it-h'! more number of each 10 HYDRAULIC CEMENT I: nil transmit t-j him said two uoles as soot as pom.ble. .

over a Lottie as could be met with. But as latter said; -" when do mean to place all 1'a.yni ii-ler, from paying the said low\l of Atlurney.as -I, that there will be week in tie s-tcion. They will 10 .' GROUND MARBLE .
the Lord us you I bn i isi-ued in the f.rni. the Extra Globe 17 MARBLE CHIMNEY PIECES I I BROTHERS.
to his l hllsiaE'; %h.bits help the establishment ? the condilloiib fur \llcl they were given, I same as I J. D. DISSOWAY 4.
Duwi.i.iff thtju aid times worse )your wjuskers on peace have not been cuni'.licdvith., and a l'opiou. index to each. Nothing but the I 1'; HEARTHS Tallahassee Feb.12. 1840 ourW to, 1841
I H'enMr.. ; a i ,
'
the! '* When d J you place your tongue on the rt'r/7 j JOHN C. PCCK.Ta'.laha proceeding and speeches of Congress will be admitted .. TILE fox dj LOST

;"l limn they arc presented people" list"' was the witty rejoinder. I[ '! "ee. M t would .ti.i thing l II the exchange! ,, for 100 '. WHITE LEAD Tallahassee on the night of the 20th instant
i.ot ; any y 1--- roii SALE.4Frrnll works being printed in a suitable form I IN
Mar. Passing through the market this morning, !' uf I'ruL't-, &1..1 i bmd.djr, with ciipinuitjindex ii, will form a valuable. 72 boxes WINDOW GLASS, a;orlrd SIMS ROAN HORSE; hois supposed to have
lcdirlell. I broken loose from the he
tied te and
Say you so, )1 r. Mart! 'Don! try and for. we were not a little amused at the quick reuhof I I' (a..rmcnl for a countiy .lorc. Apply at thu.Oflico indeed, a necessary sppeudagc to the library ol C IRON A Rl'ENTERS'assorted: White TOOLS.PINE AXES.BOARDS SCIlEVV:, Lie. carried with him a rope port halter was and has a, cut
i the bta'cknun and politician :giving, a* they do, at ,
get it l v and 1. We will put .\ou in mind a huckster to 11 pert young manw ho mquir I i -__ anextiemcly moderate prue a complete: epitome OILS, PAINTS, BRUSHES: \C. ttc. I wound on his off hind leg,and a sure no his bck.

ol f, when- will have to art-allow a1l th ed, What is the price of this cousin of I William! C. tanpb.l. 'J In Ju.'ice. Court, Leonv. of the political and leeulativc history of the periixl.Subhcriplion ALSO : i hIS supposed be will meke towards !t. Marks, asbe

: It t you It. yours ?1" (pointing to a little pig.) "One dollar 'I ... >county., City of TallahaB.njinun *-. for the Extra Globe should bu I was lately purchased from that place. .
before I 100 lags prime RIO COFFEEJ5 The (under will confer favor the
know Jiand a on owner by
iii.d will l let \uu when Term 1841tSUIlIlSit
we bat here is a to Msy here by the i&h )A aud for the CongressionalGlobe
replied the woman ; Tt..mie.l ) bbi,. superior: tit. Crois SUGARa leaving information at this office where be be
to doit. : | by aUachmelt for $5U, and Appendix tho 6th June .cit, to in- may
you muM get ready Keep an eyeii twiu: brother of your's (taking up a goose) boui.'d.: in $100. SUIt al! the numb,' by Lose Double Refined Luaf do. found. _Feb. 27, 1841.

( hin: 'C .. ge.lUiuc, !" that you miy have for half the money-I i dcfciidanl and all others !iltr?,;ted. will igTERMS.. 20( do SPERM. CANDLES AdminIstrator's Notice. -

-- woo it miswcr for the breed.--[Bunker Hill!? I THE notice of the institution of the above For I LOp of ths Extra Globe, -fl All of which is offered frr sale cheap, for persons who hare any demur! agwuist
W. G. BURGESS ALL
Agent
cnIF: MW: YORK.Tiic Aurora. suit I ly atUchment, and appear and ans\vcr to the .. 6 copies do. 5 cash only of Monroe by and Pcnsacola street?, opposite I. Estakiof(Isaac frith deceased are nerrby

DemncraU have carried the city at. ', Mme agreeably to law. \\t do ,10 10 Corner the Store of H. Bora aud next door required to present them without delay for pay :

the last Charter election. Recorder Morris i A Doctor of 1)1\ inity and a justice of the E. li. GIBSON, Justice o the Peace. *- 25 de rio CO to to It. J. Ilarklry's Capt.Auction Room. t meat to the Subscriber. '

Peace met upon the road, the former well May 8. IHll. 41 j And nu on in proportion for a greater number. TlIalij.iseeAprii 24th:. 1S41. 39 NOTICE hereby giren.that the said deceased
it elected He must be gratified at this ap.provul mounted and the latter foot. Doctor," ---- --- ,Card.----- For 1 copy tif the Conirresunnal Globe, or App'n- died at Key West about the last of Nov. last,ha,.
upon I A I ITRAYED from the subscriber on the 12th of I lawful heirs known the Subscriber,and
of the pin-pie, for his course in the dix: ,30 cents. snug no I"
I. Iruudulei't t tllc'S cise.: Doth brunches of I says the pedestrian, your great master had THE :uulrril.r propose ol hiM ''ife.to dl\hle lo an eamesl hinueit endeavor for I C copies of either $! 50 April, a Iwo year old mare colt, a brig!.t sorrel leaving personal effects to the value of 51250.)

the humility to ride upon ass, and one would'I (rlninJlr I I li do do :;, QO with a blazed r'gce. ADV person returning the said i The deceased was dark coraplrxi. n<>d slender

i the Council are DiMiucralic_ _ each 10 to 7. \ think tint an ass might have answered for i lo make. himself Ult fish in hi.* I rof.;!ou, ., 25 do do ,10 00Ar.d Home, 'jr Pising in foi(nation wil1! be satisfactory re about 5 feet 8 inches lush. anti ab ,ut 33 yean of

; Alas alas sir the Doctor ''a a lawyer.Hi I DU on in proportion for a greater numbir warded. JOHN W. ADAMS. age. JOHN G Z1RIAA AHminntralor.
rl'lta' \ou. replied I rc>.idpnr. i<, for the present, at Buckw oils., 40
'urr of Asociation.-h is transmitted I IWI. Key Vet. March 30tn 1841.) 36 8w
,.) strange .. the asses, they are ull made Justices, abou' six miU-. from ..ee.Communication' Payments Loaf be by mail, postae May I. ,
say
vhul .a uondvifu! 1 power \\ c have in etpry :> I for him may be left Mr.ih Thoni- paid, at our risk. B) the regulations of the Poet Middle District of Florida, Set. Marshall's Sale.

wit III t mr heiiM to aivaken associations( !,- und there are none to be jjotton. all J. H-tir.I Esq at the ('"rl Hou c.KOBEKT ''I Office Ieuirtnent; poatmaters are aulhoried to Reasons sppearmg to the Judge of tile BY Vulue of a writ of "Icia' Facia. issued

I Tm fJa:teof some well flavored npplc, sucha Correspondence of the \--Y.-Corn Adv. i RAYMOND HKII flank letter.- containing motley 'lor subscription*: to FOIl of Middle Florida.it is considered : cut of Leon Superior Court and to me directed -

; .ril24 tf ::9 ,. newspaperThe -. by the Honorable Alfred Batch, Judge of said Di.- herein Jonathan Gauldin i is p'intiffand!
ri 11 L 14j>ed t-, c.tl u other days, will open up. MtKDEK AND ROBBERY. -A ---- notes f any bank, current in the #r )"" of l.'ict. that a Special Term of Leon Superior Court I Hugh Archer and others are d'fcndanta. I hivelevied

1 cum, ,* :i uh jLi l'imi' 0 r bcn( hOlld. Some ST. Low, April 18, ISH.i NOIRE. country \\i.Lre a iuwtribc.: renJei', will be rI.eli.d: shall be bed: on the 17th day of May next. it tIe : upon,and on Tuesday tl tie 11th day of May

: j tirae., t"m, th-re arc 1 tones iu a flute, deftly The is this i iu thu I. 11111: iiijiinclicfi heretofore granted III Ue ir tB. by us at par. I Court House in Tallahassee at the hour of twelve next at the Court House in Tallahassee, between

i discourse upon.( ti! t arouse in spirit a i city morning > greateststate I t'T of the late partnership of Center 4- I JLIT_No attention will be paid to any order f'n- o'clock: M., (being Monday,) for the purpose then : the legal hours ,shall proceed to sell _the dwellinghouse
: my of excitement I Some rub. und the
( exers.iu. Kfcn having been absolutely it&Olvld. I'-HH the and
; money aecompaiiien if.ni.AlW arid there to hear and determine any and all such appurtenances occupied byllald Hugh
tiiousand recollections., Thec u\'t'v me I bers last night entered the sore; of Muus appointment;; of a receiver heretofore made, harm I & RIVES.Washington lilies on (lie Criminal Docket .,f slid -Court then Archer (being weet of and adjoining the City of

buck to better timrs: and I find myself! hiding Simmons ,ud Robejl on, and murdered two been rescinded ui.d set aside, by the Ho.iorabl-- : City, AI'riI20. 1 1S41 and them appearing for trial. And it is further I Tallahassee) levied upon and to be sold for Specie,

": I the Jjd c of Li-cn Superior Court, the Mibxrnbi-r M s __ -- __,u __ that zenire lo writ a'cordn-ng to law.
thiny y.iui g playmates, L11)OIig ripe clerks, after which they too!; what they could ; considered and ordered a facias, to summon Mlialyaaid
*'MUbenict. ol tne, I1I6adoli the I reiiiiltfd all In. :iegal rights ds burvivin .! p.U Ziz-r For &iflt('. I Grand and Petit Jurors lo serve at siid Termof : LEIGH REID, Marshall.

'J wlnle ; bud, and set fire to the building; this morning of i-a.d firm,and hereby given 4 (OOD ROAD 'AGO. uith fi.eXm. I Court do issue accordin to law, returnable! to By Jon. F. KACBLES, D. M.

j 'o the !-Wfel divisions' <)if the bod-o' that elegant t store lies a I heap smoking ruins. N' JTiCL: Thai as such FIHVI*inp parlm-r 1 l.twdl nl, <.f! HarncKS Apply; tc I aid 17th day of May next. : AI'.ilIO|. 'ids_, 37

li:' >hll", a< it sirg ia I the air Lifle parox. Collier & Pettis's biiiking house, being in the l Culled lac dc'jts due to said late fiun: ami*d- April'I.. 181 I. U <;i. Bl'UaS5.tmt.: AND FCRTHFJI OaDtRED, That thin order he published _Notice.

> m.vt pueiilitsuch" moments arc but I : tlc all the hus.iicus thereof proci eiy: at- if s in" .-uiJ.injuiicliuu I in all the published in the of
; amc building, is also consumed -- -- ----- -- --- --------- - papers i my : persons indebted to the estate of MAKU

woulduui n fxciiange them for the plaudits of : The two young men are of the greatest 1,3d been giaiitcd or arlX'IIII'IIt1l ol f LIST or LF1TEUS: remaining/ in th,' Po.: Tallahassee! until the said period. ALL deceased, are hereby notified to makeiwunediate

; 'uJe of the voice of Some.tiujg such rt-Lciver made. .:lA Oificf at 1'h im.i"V'i!lie.! C'a., on llic ninin; Dated this 29th April 1U41. ; payment ; and those baring demandswill
'jietnulti! : icvelry. respectability, and their loss is mourned by ; Office at J. B. !JJull &. C.JOHN:. ALFRED RAI.CII.U. .
jf thel l l't uf Apri! 1 IN I; s'lch of v hth: Iilicr I ah n for Ulement. to
4 : I IIi.1d| then about my heart-some light all. Several thousand people are at this moment I B. 1 KIIN: &ll iLinaiu t'i.ee' inuiitlK, ( l tliCii'after, \\il. :.c !.'.M S. Judge Plutrirt Court of Middle Florid I: rreMDIlhl JOHN W.LAVINUS,

I rul1.lJeucewlllch has uice been lost : standing round the ruins, hoping to find Surv'g p irtnci of Center & Kedl.i to llifl ( fllerall'oL Office ii dead letters. 'l'est-l. G. WELLFORD Clerk. JanE 11 21! QnaliCo' Executor,

among the hallow pas.unlriea of the world. the remains of Mr. Baker; the other, Mr. i Jan 16. in;; -4 n_ Anlley: G\ rite MoLcndon James 2 Msv-I I 10_() I HE Subscriber__ of his stock Tin.trade

I admire that songol Hood's. in which, while Weaver, was found with bis face much cut bya I JOHN P. DUVAL, Allen A f C I E: Mc.Muirai.i.MtD'injiJam : n"'ldlJUn'11 Mrs Eli'lie'h: STRAYED OR STOLEN! -- I I' to II. Saulsbury having disposed, is lhaakful for there
Arltdgc J: ,
recapitulating: the memories of his boyhood, bowie knife and a pistol shot over the eye. j ATTORNEY AT LAW, <.. M'f end l'Jlllilrll.1 O1 Monday IIiht last, from I of patronage he hits received, and solicits for

he says : I They were both 1 believe, from New York, Office in Col. \Vyalt'' Brick Bcildmg M l .ir. S'.. HarwitkV.n Millun< J h'1 )Magnolia CHUIS'KBAY sha successor a continuance of the same.J. .

"-I! ftiueuibcr I rClllf'llIhl'r, ; Another killed by the t falling of< TALLAHASSEE.(: Bryan H .rd\' )tl.dlt'lIllidIiHl|, : MARE about live years "ldllJ.i' .i I BLESS. !
man was Ufo, I 19 scar "" the back, supposed to have 1
T I 5. | April 10th, 1841. 38 t
hi .
JC piuc trei-wj iitrk iinJ ;| ; -- -- -- U row n lliniv ir.i| Mi- R"e kt Ann I '
the walls. The citizens met this morning burnt and a small! one on her right jaw, also ,
I been ,
u J tu tliiuV ilieu blendrr lo's irjtAy1D from Tallithawro on Saturday t'vc. Beill J If \ Co. 1\"WIIIOIl James A
Were c/o/ a'Cliull1t sky ; j nd offered a rewaid of 85000. Every boat nmi{, April 24, a Itchl sorrel horse white Ian:, BUcli.lijr Jjj'l muses Norinun Jame 'J upposed to have been burnt. Five Dollars Reward Cabinet Basinets.THE .

IliVdb a thtlcikh: iribraiiiuDu : I leaving the port is boarded by the police offi- i' and ot.e; while spot on each side of the ned k, nnnirdialely Bryan li H Nvi ton Anur> I will btr siren und all re..nable expen es paid on undersigned baring pvchaaed of Mr. T.
1 at this office or to the Subscriber his ENTIRE STOCK OF TOOLS
now '.101 lithe joy has just returned with a suspected' bJund the ear. A reasonable rt-c aid MI!! Carroll Clalmrric, i'"li4ril) Pug her delivery &,
cers one
; WM. T. POYTHUESS. AND MATERIALS in tie above line inlands
Tu knuw Vtufurthtr off from Hear David F. \\ il I on' near Quincy. ,
tit i, bu paid lor his delivery at Col. Clerk Superior <.u' rt C Powell William 2t
39 the business at the old stand
man. April 4 continuing opposite
Tito vltcn 1w4aa : _
i boy f 'I I ruble in this city. rio'.br henry :1 Putidui E G -
further that the murdered men Ward & Mays,and re.pectfuJll1U1ieil.the
We learn
LEWIS ; patron
In truth, if one wishes to preserve the true : May J, UUI.::.U_ 4>" Carter John W P'igh Thomas & Everett: RANDOLPH & bestowed on his predecessor.
and Weaver that Baker a o so liberally
0 *dom of hit Nature, he must keep about :, were named (Baker ; Alllgaior JLtae. Carter LeviCaritton Prevatt Priestly J DEALERS in Drugs arid Medicine*, paints. ; HENRY SAULSBURY.N. .
him Was found near the do_r. being shot through A line has I.! SCal'owayJ Seward Mr Amaud I* I Oi'b' and Window Glass.WE .
the childhood of his soul. Thus was a new stage -f n .B. DOORS, SA8H and MANTLE PIECES.&c. .
I'
: head and having ouo hand cut off the I established Com MARIANNA.wEa W Seward Jawed L I .
Pleasant feature in the character of Chief the ; ., made to rrd r. and at the shortest notice.
Elliot Joba B Seward Htnsell hav received large additions to our
been found when the Mobile, Fla., i just 10th
of Weaver had not Camp April 1841. 38 y
Jus ice Marshall. I bave seen it related of I body 'pel I( Pittman'a; Eason: John Smith Job E W 4 I, stock which ill ofleied for ale low.
l him that Brazil started; nor was il known what amount ton. t'vrryBlackwaUr Jan. 2 Beixas E 4 NOTICE.SIX
EUler .
not many years before his death : and Floridalown, to PENSACOLA- *
of had been carried off as there Sullivan John O2 I: ALL articles charged to our regular customers
Ellwcll
he Benjamin:
used money connection with i
i be
to found in the neighborhood of (tics making for Tallahassee a WEEKS after date, the undersigned will
Richmond, Virginia with his coat iff had not been time to remove the rubbish of Pen acula nu the \\ est l, and with Macon on the Davis Daniel Sanders William! I! will be at specie prices, and the same or its equivalent to the lien the Judge of the Cwnty
play. I|I in at the expiration
burut the A Davis Jonathan G Sanders W C I will be demanded payment
which to ground.POsI'SCIUPT. irrrJalarily. uf AdmiausAn-
at the building, was J North ,e.rea" interruption or Court of Leon County for Letters
Ing with
quoits I I
the of that I I I
youths region. mail flage line elwcen' Mobile and Pe.isa cola,,, Dickey S E: Sander Henry of the year. lion on the Estate of Charles Black ..lecos.isd.ROB'T. .

"e Licked no \'4dom'but he knew what 'i' cop ilctes' the \Ve tern connwtion. The line Fullford Wyche A Slater John I RAYMOND REID.
wa good for the spirit.-'Kfiic..kn'bocUr.I The Body of Baker 'ovnil.-At 100' ; over the road constructed foar years since' Fair Mrs B Stance!! Richard 0 1 I All persons having unsettled accounu for previous Tallahassee April 15 1841. 38
paes forward and
clock this morning the body of Baker was. bJie General GorrrnoJent, from Floridatown tone 'i Galhn Thtmas M Tison Wm Hay year ore requested to come .

CnlOtl CLOCK.Th Newark Daily I exhume. from the ruins. It was found just the Chattahoochec river ; the remainder hue Griswold Elisha Thompson Lewis A I I close! the same. A Hone Bridle and Saddle.
I I ir RANDOLPH LEWIS..
\d\'ert mentions another newly invented below the door of the bank vault, where it I }n wbll made at the expense of the propmtMs, Gatlin Mn Alartlu WHurst Janver Morgan I I ,27th ti-ll. 35 E STRAY ED blind OFF of on Friday, April thin 9tn, a bay is
TatlbiseeeNarCb or
The nil tune from Mananna lo Peiitacola, ii John Thomas Samuel B ---_ gelding, au eye, very poor.
the floor run
when
Clock, which is even in its had, doubtless, fallen gave I p seven old baa been recently worked very
more ingenious I The stage leave Marianna on Men- Harvey Mr Mary V'ick Moses STRAYED. years .
: construction than that of Mr. Crane, of that way. TVe body is entire-the fleshy partsof I,,36houri days Wednesdays> aud Saturdays, at 3 t. u. ;,: Hays William Vicki'rs Ann E I.1- N About the 4th of April from the Subacriher. hard in a wagon; bad on him when I lost, an ld .

town_ the head and neck are entirely consumed, I A.NIM8.For O about 10 miles from Tallahassee saddle and bl idle, and 2 saddle blankets, one dark .
uhich we thought the ne plus ultra of I Iladley Simon D Wrede L P 2 I II residing immediately ,
I the other the raddle was old,and torn "
horological! contrivance. The Daily Adver. leaving merely the bones down to the shoul. the proprictoriTallahoMee I HadleylSimon II Walea Win 2 on the Thomasville road. two horses ; one green; will be .J .
reward
I 'I A suitable
the seat.
Dec. 20.1840. [[' J-i4Ij Mr G S white hors about ten old, I lame in the right across
Iller says : dels. He was wrapped up in n piece of sheet i I I Hiaek U'illey: years given to who will deliver said horse to .
Charles T Wood Il hind knee also, has a large lamp under his right any person
Irwin JosephJones
rhe inventor and raanufdctur.i s Mr. J. {canvass, and had bis pantaloons on. The John C. Jacobi, I Horse the Subscriber. W. HILUARD.
is small Dark
Ward Lewis The other a Bal large
1. from all the circumstances Measurer and Inspector of Lumber for the Henry eye ; Tal1ahaPec. April 22d. 1841. 89 tf
Lafoy, who i is well kaown to many of our I general conjecture Leon I Jettison Humphrey William Thomas mane and tail. -

H citizen*, and who has shown in' this pro.,I is, that Die young man hearing the villians at County of Lacy John B Wamac Benjamin I I A liberal reward will be given on the delivery of NOTICE.

ducuou l high order of mechanical talent work at the dour of the vault, after his re. OFFERS his services him. Charge to those moderate.Tallahaiwe. who may.please I Lock Leonard Wontm Reddiii, Na. 1 one or both of them to me, or information where Q IX Weeks after date I shall a,ply to the Hon.

and I thither and there they upon Livingston R thanicl LoveU, and > I I. they can be had. Judge of Jefferson County Court for Letters
ingenuity. The clock from the turn to the More, went March 14. 1840. 33 .
i THOMPSON.Tallahassee
apart James M. Norman WILLLAM
Louis I McBane T J ) j of Administration on the Estate of Thomas H.
il'' ornamental work is simply this; : An Arrow despatched him.-Sf. Rep.ORITVUW. NOTICE. McMillan Ruebcn Young Elijah R April 24_3t_39 Stephens, deceased, late of said CouaL,. ,

I the S'em of which i, a solid glass rod ; I ,' ,.LIE Subscribers offer for kale the followin j tfticlcs Mc4uiey tfalcom Young C W l'r ALBERT R. ALEXANDER D. P.F. NEWSOH.

H barb or head of which is of brass and low for CAlU- McAuUy Murdock April 14 S. 89 t
also solid DIED, on WeJne cj the I2lh inc!, at 1 lcJock.A. Cognac Brandy, In h.trpipos and qr. casks JAMES WOLF SMITH, P. M :I AUCTIONEERAMD -
: the feather end of the Arrow a J M., very unexpectedly. Mr, ELUA ANN WIM- Holland Gin in bbla. I I NOTICE. "

If the same metal, but U made hollow, and tpw wile of Eluh Win.l<>',', at his residence Whiskey in do FORTY DOLLARS REWARD I I Gene Commission merchant 112 WEEKS after daie-apple.thto will bo t

contains the whole moving power of the twain mile* south of Taflth.uce, aged 38 years. Lardio kegs be given for apprehending Negroes Port Lion Fla. made tu the Hon. Jadge fifth County C ut
c (ck beloved bnih bj relative and Molasses! WILL AAC and CLARA! no that I them I I eS MadisooC anty,
and is wound. up, once a week. This( trbo was unirrr Ujr Floar, jet March 13. 1841-tf 33 the Estate of MnrJock liirphy Martin late deceaaed
WTfw fnuJ. and baa lela large ftrail>) to mourn hertold. Corn HayMaDhaden again.or $20.00 for either. Isaac ran away from -
j is fasted by a pio in the centre of its '- ,Mallet Rtsxlle: I 1 of said Oovnty. .
Cod Filth in bbl the last of October and had
tern to a glass dial( I plate on which the- ficures--g-- -- \-- .- --- = _ ._-_ _ Boxes Pickles and in quart jars my when house he left about, a pair of blue broadcloth; pantaloon on,, eJ TJBT received,Mullet.and for ealo low for cash- fifty 7U April 1841. 38 ,ALEXANDER MARTIN

f are paiut.d, the a row head pointing the PROVIDENCE.: 300 bbls. Limn. and a coarse Unsay-.uolay jacket; is about 5 feet Ibis pickled ALBERT IL ALEXANDER NOTICE.

hours with perfect and FOa.NEW'ORK AND McNAUGHT & ORMOND. 8 or 9 inches high ; speaks quick wb.ji spoken to ;
precision regularity. 13. 1843 tf 33
t liE fine ra.t.nrd and fritJl Port Leon Marth indebted to the tnWcribar for sub-
An f VI cor Port Leon. March ?Oth. 1840. very much bow-legged ; about er 60 yea/a old. persons
inspection of ALL '
the
clock presents to the killing clioun UNITED J. Y. Clara, hit wife, left my house about three-weeks OnAND Co.slpeJlt rip .. to the Floridia. tdtertiaias er

eunous observer this question : how can any itt La* lew Master h.mng two third. of NOTICE.ffflHE before if of a dark complexion ; low staturehas for ule low, & splendal ansrtment o printing, rIOIlI to the l8tk :Jaaaary, uu rep4Kf

nwvemcnt contained within the extreme end |bet crfO ngafcd and going on board. Co-partnership hitherto existing between the appearance oe ul being crippled when she Daxuna from Prinees'i. Garden N lly requested Local) at the
of the arrow_and obviously' having no Connection will bars immediate despatch. For i Thomas Peter Randolph and Andrew Den. walks ; and when she ran off, had on a green bom. York,consisting of e..very variety and colon They accounts, either by note othcrwwe, C" f

with the centre on which it turns balance of freiht.or jwuagc, having superior ae ham, under the firm of A. Deoham &Co.,has been beset dreaa. From bit threats mad some time ware put up in fir* orderand aw wanraaied Ito eat florid Money will for' the prtacat/b* rteeired ''

erat0 to op. cemmodatiuns wild goo>1 cuts room, apply to Ibis day dissolved by mutud consent. back, I apprehenaire they are making their bloom If proptrlj takvw care of. in paystat a 1.'t
cause Aeerrow
to revolve A re. CURTIS.ft roU CEY' ,TaUahu.e. A. Denbam will settle .H'debts due to, and by way back to North Carolina. ALBERTS. ALEXANDER. .L "F..zIU

farkaWe; fact which show' the 'impo ibl.i .J, VAIL, O'1I leon.' or th, mailer on board.. the laU firm.Monlicello. D.e. tt W tf. R. H. CROWELL. Port Leon% March 13, 1841-tf 33 Jfcrch ( .

y of deception is, that} the arrow may be re. ""y IS; 18-11. ,! March 13. t8.u-t4 35 ,

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I ". Notke. E eir n. TERRITOBY,9FELORIDA5Th "! '\ ,. "
' ::1 SIX'.Weeka aftar. date !W Ut apply .e Uonble > Lou.j T
j j te Jndra of tho Cowt/-- Court of ;'i; he'ithaaTreiad icn>4Uf acUoh of Pr>. fBIHE. .Union i iia of Floridahaving transfer RAYMOND lDt greeting : .' grtetjtg. : .I

I I Jefferion,County, fcr letters of, mdremutralion. 011th fy tng prini and channelt'oflifV/and; enduing JL, 'red its bndGe to other gentlemen 'of the WHEREAS, -heretofore; U .\: OH the aev WHERE A 8fberaUfr wit

F the eatata of George W. Coreluuh em with renewed tone and ,ir r. In .hun- b!it. we can now be employ to defend those who Governor of Florida.' Jay of November, in the year ol 'Febrsary, i t :., y" I

iI';, "., .p .r..F.. ', W.&QM.ApriJI0 d red certified cue' which toea many !' hive been or may bo sued, by tba bank, in ..' .HEREAS it U made known to me that our j.ord one th.u"and eight\hundred and twent,., one thol..e sight ial aad yea o"r .

.', ,. 37 and :in almost .v made'pub1c' w heretl.e criginal summons or writ i* a e. V.W William J.Carr,of.Franklip. oanly, who nine,'a Charter of Incorporation raa |ranted on eb rr hUdr waagnet tbirty.i,'0,. .

p' NOTICE the human rl tpaeietof eiltale to which* tI turDable't'the April or: of the r .lands charged with lie murder,of John Norton the condition, limitation and rlcou therein ha Council of the te

L Q IX noniht afier dale tUe undeitigneJ, wll1ap. frame it liable, tbe happy effect, fMOFfATS nc Curl in Florida. ay.tr .pr.c &fled, anti it now at' Urge. poide by the Legislative Counci.or Tarn Bank to be established 'rel"of n: '

r plj' to the Hon. Jud .f'Leon County Court, LIFE t ILLS and PHOENIX BITERS WM. l. 4 TaOS. H. Now know ye.: ,that 1ot Raymoaa Reid, ., to a certain Ink by .name and I and to ihoe* who should City 'rata .
have been DUVAL Governor of Florida; in e the'i* or ," and to all tho. eaid Bank their. S.b.
1' for letter of Di n5tion M Administrator of the gratefully and publicly by t1 authority sty o BAlE .cn and i
April 3. Lw. me vetted Idw, U J. .V .flVr of who aId Subscribers wd ,
Dy
I3l. < > > two beeome to the Bank, t
r citato .(f Rebert Copeland, dectand; in right ol rdged by the benefitled and who co.ditoD.lrit.t. and r-
persons were hundred dojler, for the of the _h. rlt
4 apprehension laid' their< fueeetsori sod MM* -Ai J r" also. .
M. wi.,Ilaz; .-tb G Pon wt""PONDER. Adm'f. previously unacquainted wi h the beutifully phi- AVE.J. A JL. O'B. BRANCI fugitive, and his safe delyerto any Jailor or other I on the seventeenth day of February, J the.year of I tbe name Chatr.and.blcb style ot to* "Cia.i ia "

March !, .84 l loJphica prihcipln upon which they consequently H associated practice officer of tho T authorised to oar Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirty- FtoaiDA,"-And whereas also, J
of .
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i I the Law. One of then: be e of him. act passed the Gorernor and L of o U.
, ly vet. f found i'i always u. charge ree an by j- day Feruar ia the year of oar I ,
NOTICE. The LIFE MEDICINES Joseph at BruGh.their ofc Ti said William J. Carr it about 1& jests old I that 1 atire Councilor the Territory of Florida, t I sand '.irh'bundr and lhirty.four ,t. .

; SIX months after date, 1' shall apply to the diseases of form rcommen. them.evelin Lwren O'B.Branch 5 |f.t, six inches high, dark eyes and hair.., and. has p said Charter o Incorporation appear I patted by LegulativeCounei1ai..Th

,ldr of the County ouiI' of JefTerMHI every and description. Their Feb. 13, 1341 rather. a down look when spoken to. by the original enrolment of said Charter of In. of Forlda'D to and '
i;; coatjty final settlement and discharge S"t operation i i. to loosen from the coil of the Given under my hand and be seal of the I corporation, and .id amndmeDt thereof of record .id eharte of addltO anad '*

h'l the administratorship of Littleberry Waer, stomach and bowels, the various impurities and I Low iXotiec. 'I [L. J J'Teritory, this first day of April, A. D. in the office of the Secretary of the Territory P on the twelfth i.coporalon-Aa1.

, Uteof lid coamty deceased.LT1TLE cruditiea constantly fettling around them ; and lo PEACHY: R. GKATTAN and E. C. CA. 1841. of Florida, .well a. by ., public statutes *f the Lord one *"'

BERRY PARKER, Adm r remove the hardened feces which rolled! in iheconvolu.ioiis law, under having.formed the an association to practice I' ROBERT RAYMOND. REID. Territory .of Florida, printed bj authority of tho an act .pasted by the In, liy.-
I _Jan, 16. 1841.) firm of GKATTAN & CUI i By the Governor, Governor and Legislative Council of the Mine-- C ouncilefh.Termit.ry ura
of the smallest intestines. the will attend the Courts .
$ of the Middle and A'pala- J. of Florida. And whereas law the Gay ofFrialnil
oUce.Q I McCurr Secret'iry all a was passed by taid Charier of
X ojontbs after dale, apply the lion medicine onJy partially cleanse these, and leare chicola Office District under of Florida. I By Tho. Jeff. Heir Private Sec'y. .erriofand. Legislative Council of the lid Tenit. original enrollment of aid 1',1 b
the Union
Judge of the County IIha1 t Jefferson such collected misses behind at t produce habitu- Veb29-31 Bank. FOR Sale at ILL BAKER'S: : Drug and Med rJ/on the fourth day of March, in tb year of our lien, and said additional Car I: ?

I county,
the adminitlralortliip of JxacMUH: DREW, fate of diarrhea, with its imminent danger This fad i* CHARLES S. !IBLEl. Choice and latei prize Dahlia Root. authorising and reuiriDI the District Attorney o o Floridl, .wells. by Ibe o *'

copty.'decwod. RACHEL DREW, well known to all regular anatomists who examine ATTORNEY tf AT LAW, R L. BAKER. sa.Territory to the requiit legal pnceedmfa >. Territory FIoridtpriqted by pobli a Italt

sajd- -j9, l84J Adminisiralrix. the human bowels after death; and hence the prejudice OFFERS his Professional service in the colec, I Tallahassee_Feb._ 20 3 _____ against Districts such ., I might Incrontion.inerCJ intheir"rupctiTo whereat vernorand Lriltf, Cuail.t l aaaT l7:

NOTICE.I j of those tvell.informed debts &e., in Middle Florida. He .pu
men against quack EDWARD R. GIBSON, Charter by and to Legislalive CooaeilIhe blUtGo'tmOI
SX month after date, J ahall apply to the I medicines, or medicines prepared and heralded to will attend all the Courts ii. tho Midde: District. RACTITIOXKK OF )'EDICINE. proecute ot same t effect, 10 that a1 tho aid Chat fourth day of March, in
ICP Office the Z"
:t I p of the County Curt of JeffersouCouj I the ,oild by ignorant erson. Tho second effect: Tallahassee in the New Court House. I FFICE next door to R. J. Hackley and E: tcr* might b declared nul and void, by the Judgment one thousand eight hundred and if,o oa

,, y, for a Cod srtl from of the Life Medicine it to cleanse the and Feb. 13, 1841. -: J W. Dorsey's Auction Rooms. of the proper in said District*.-AnJ riling and requiring the District At.'' ,u I

the 1 4 Jminislraterahip of Chrntopher Smith, late bladder and kidneys E. CARR1NGTOWCABELL, Tah1ahasaeFeb. 13. 1841. whereas,Charles S. Sibley Attorn.]of the UnjtcdStales Territory to institute the t '
p by this the requisite i
of Jd county decvared. means, liver and lungs i, for the Middle of Florida, l
Diltric proiecu I ingi against such bankia
t C. \V. DEWITT Adrn'r. the healthful action of which entirely depends upon 6 QmN.r WTalahasse g WANTS ling for said Territory, h appeared on this day, respective at ; incrpratol. ia

Jan. 16, 1641. \ thu regu'arity of the urinary organs. The FloridaWILL A small amount in Union or in Life and Trust:I jn! behalf of lid Territory,t by him the Court luret of their d.stncl.charters by tit* i"eu h\

, Administrator's Notice.4 blood which takes its red color from the of Co
: *- IX MONTHS Ar date, I Ihll apply to the liver and the lungs before it agency into the trit of F'onda Offics in the room under d ue, enquire of WARD &MAY. 1' the"id"BaE of FloridaVat the county of Leon and migb b declared null and void.tl t C\1
passes March 13 (the
;f Judg. of the County : ff nthe hear, thus the : Bank.J.3Otl4l. 3 Middle District .fo'lid, hitfi forfeited its Char. proper Courtsie aid ,
being untied
4 ty A> a final Betllement and dlsc"arge'rniu the food by hem, ond nourished : .. V7tf _. 200 DOLLARS REWARD.PROCLAMATION ter, and all the I. ., and rights immunitics at,Cha/lea S. Sibley, Dar: Aa,&
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by -- prileu ,
: ffominislralorsbip of Ai-CXASPr.a R. MURRAY, lateMI I coming from a clean stomach, course;* VTBUTILER," ---- -. thereby eODf ,and he hath I for the Middle Allorney of oft.Uat1

,! said county, deceased. freely through the veins, renew every part of the ATTORNEY AND COUN&ELLOR AT L/ By Robert Raymond Governor oj prayed that a u tlat might issue according to i lid Territory, Di.tric appeared prOltDI', !

t; BURWELL M'BRIDE, system, and triumphantly mount's the banner of Pensacola, 'West Florida, t Rei. l law,to summon aid Florida," to appear o aaid Terrilory.aad by him the Court h O"\
t December 19. 1840 21 1 Adminislrator. health in the before this Court, at the time and
blooming check.Moffat's 7 ILL in proper en loondertiand and
practice time informed.hal
;i %" Superior and County I W HEREAS, it is made known to me that place, }q show cause if any it cotlld, why said Iral Bank of Florida" thenjt.
Middle District, Vegetable Life Medicines have been Couits of E cambia and Walton Ccuntie WILLIAM( PASSMOKE, who wa con Charter of i at th lid Coonty of I

?t I : Leon Superior Court. thoroughly trued, and pronounced a sovereign also in the Court of.a ppea.'n: at Ttllahassee. fined in the jail of Calhoun county, under a charge declared Incorporation null and void should not b repaledaDd i in t Middle District ofr&a arori bttjifcj!

: Robert II. Berry, .1 Awumpsil, dmagel.000( ), remedy for Dyspepsia, Flatulcncy, Palpitation of -Sep- 5, 1840 6 of murder, and upon whom the sentence of death THEREFORE YOU ARE; COMMANDED ( itt Charter,and al te .,
vs. V at Itch men t f'r $ i inJnnalhan I1 i. y-c.-Wf h had been parsed ha* made hi. from HEREBY right and immunities conferred p'i
1,499.3. the! Loss DnN U-T---; escape aid : That known the
L Gaulden. sued .1art. Appetite( and Ileac you mak to said and .
March AT
13 lertbIJt
) T 0 COUNSELLOR and is now at large CIa hat praed'that a
IB4 retur. I T LAW jai ; Bank of Florida" and .er./c."..t
: able. to April term, D. 1841. lhe, Re.-tletncS'ill-temper! Anxiety: ', Languornl Monticello Florida.ll A Now. know ye, That I, Robert Raymond Reid! Directors and PrCidenlCuhiers issue i according to law, t IIIO <

t FY1HE defendant and all person"interested, are MIl c holy, osti'enei, Diarrhea, Cholera practice law in the Governor of Florida, by virtue of th authority i in Stockholder tha they 1 b trtl Bank of Florida to apdear before ("V.rt
11. before the of t
1 Cour of r Judge Court of
t hereby notified of the institution of vaid Fevers of all kinds, Rheumatism, Gout, Dropsiesof : kindle: District In'cral me vested by law, do hereby offer a reward or't.wu oar Superior lh at the proper time and place, and eaast if
anj
jn tht Court Middle District Florida for the
of :
t by a'/ithment, and are hereby required to i RpJ'er all kind, Gravel, Worms Asthma and Consumption I- Appeals. Hundred D"Il>rfor the apprehension of tho aid the fourth in Cun'o Len, any could, why the said Charier of IcG
t and plead to the declaration: filed on Mcnday such: tion should not be
in laid case Jan.3 1E41. fugitive, nnd his safe preealed and
Scune ', Ulcer delivery to the custody of decae. ind
) Inveterate Sore Scorbutic any other time the be to, at void DII
: according to the form of thc statute in such cass -------- Jailor or other officer of the Courtinay adjourned : 0
--
t4 made and provided. Eruptions!and Bid Complexions, Erupt e I JLuiv iVoilceT "- ---- to take Territory of Floridaauthorized the Court House in tbe City of Tallahassee and "HER FORE YOU ARE HEREBY

f. CHA S. SIBLEY, Aty.: of PUr CouipJaintF, sallow, cloudy and other di!agrecable' fMlIIE J. Co-partners-hip hitherto c.xistiii'? between' William charge is about of him.six feet County of Leon, to show, if any thing they for MANDED, That you. makt known the C03.
WAI. PaSmort ,
: high
March SO. 1841.-3m .Complexions, Salt P. DUVAL and Wit II. BROCK- light themselves have or can say. why the lid Cbarrr "Central l P.ank of} 1
2-__ Khcum, Erysipilas: Common ENUHOUGI Im. been this dissolved I., complexion! and has been afflicted with the white Incorporation of the''Bank of Florida" should .Ioicaad all Presid.it ,Director .
day Cashiers
Edwin D. Ooleman, ) MADISO.V Cou Colds and Influenza' and the bv mui in his which ?, Stockholder
Tvri various other 1 swelling right leg, is much smaller
1 trFRIOJ con i.| c.n not be repealed, annulled, and made void, and al they be before the Jnd of trte lat
V other. ; our
pril.rrm,A. D. 1841. which afihcl
plaints the human frame. WM. of
In Fever) H.imOCKENBROUGH will l immunities, privilege and franchise 1 Cour
ti to by the Middle District ef Florida
Abraham cl..tinue librtiel ,
: Bell Attachment in Given under for the
) assumpt.itfor & reside at hand, and the seal of the County of
my
.Ague particularly, the Life Medicines hue bon I Apalachico'ppand practice in the A palm I. Territory same conferred, b seized in to possession and on the fourth Monday(

; dtfendant and ofhcr$143 48.THE interested, are most eminently! piiccctfifu]-so mud so that, I in ('hicol District,and the County of Lon and the I, ofTa'llahansee., this 10th Dec., 1840, al the city' control of said Territory, andfurther to do and Ln dale of tbi i. writ or ruth. other Aprilwxt tjmeuti afar

notified al the institution of laid the I'ever.Agie districts, physicians almost uni < Appeals regularly, and in Jefferson a nd I ROBERT RAYMOND i' re"ir what the said Court then and there. of it Court may be adjourned lo, at the Court House.r
T racdC1 specially REID and them, in this behalf, shall consider
[ and
suit bv ) employed. County of the
attachment returnable to said term and renalv nrehcnbe them. By Ihe Governor, sid Lon a city of
Tallahassee. Nov. COtb. direct-And are further commanded to Talab.m
18.-JJ
they are required to "n to Al! that Mr. .Moffat J. M'CANTS you give I sid County, to Ihow. if any thing
uereuj appear plad of his of Florida
, requires patient i ii DR. F. S. BEATTIE Secretary notice of the institution of this I fr t
te the declaration filed: proceeding bjr selves have, or why the
in said case acccrdinglolaw. dec 26, 18 cl ay. said
to \
, "' CHAS. S. SIBLEY. hI particular in taking the Life Medicines s'Jricty HAS resumed the practico of Medicine in all i its 2 publication hereof,' in some public newspaper in I J r Incorporation of the -".Central Bank ""

March 13, Atl'v of PUT. according to the direction I i!nut by a news, LrJncles. and tenders his profctirtllcri.' Beef Cattle Wanted. the Middle District ofP'ioridafor the space of three j'should not be repealed,, annulled, and 0 mi Flora.

I'ap*>r notice, nor by any thing that he himeelt nIl ces to community. His office il .t t. Mark,; THE subscriber will give the highest price I for months from the day if the date hereof; and thatycru and liberties, immunitiesrights. roi
: 1J at the house of S. C. Sycocer. Edwin D.Cobmun, their favur.that ltl your proceed.ingltbereon franchises, by the
) MADI'N SUPERIOR COURT ny in ht- hoped tojgaiu: credit. It'' his Tan lame conferred, b R iito
July 18 iff 2m [The Star Tallahasne. on the first day ot the next term of si and
will control of
V. [> April Term, A. D. 1641. I IS alone by the rexults of 1 fair trial. 1JHoflut's ; ropy.. I J. posse n said TerriUryofriorUi.
John Hugjn. ) Attachment in Assumpsil for ] DR. JOhN II. POPE D.GALBRAITH. this Court. and further to do and receive what said

1 $708 45. ITIcdlcal JnnUnl..deligne I: t kFFEHS t his professional. services to the! people -Feb.-20,1841. -- _ WtrNzss.-RICFIARD G. WELLFORD.Clerk then and thereof it and them, in tbi t,fcetili;COr ibi'l 1
defendant in a domestic guide to health. Thin little : of f Jfft rson of our said Court this 18th day consider and direct And
THE said caw and all others in j pamphe County. Office in M >rticoIi 0, Anti-dyspeptic Pills ,- yon are further commanded
.', are Hereby notified of Ihe institu- edited by W. B.Mr.fTat. :J75 Broadway, N. York, over the store of William Denham &. Co. i Jblti-hilolS day January A. D 18)1, and the six lo give notice of the institution of thirvro-

. tion of'said suit by attachmenl returnable to said lPI been published for the purpose of explaining --Menticello'- ty 30. 1840. I tyfith year of the Independence .f the Uniled ceeding,by publication hereof lorae'poblietcvi.
--- C. E. HAYNES M. D. States of A .
*rrra, and they are hereby requited to appear and more fully Mr.)Iuf t' theory diseases, and will J. M'C.TS; -- mlrica.R. pap,.in the Middle District of Florins, tat
,
I Ie
plead to the declaration. filed in lid case according b found,highly Attorney and Counsellor- Sparta Gegi. G. WELLFORD, Clerk of space of three months from the day of the sit*
int--rcsting to at Laic.
persons seeding! the Court of the Middle District of
to law. HESE Superior hereof and
CHAS. S. justly which winning ; thatyou make
SIBLEY. celebrted pIlI, are return of this writ sad ifyourproceeding.tnereon
rictice T
health. in
th'
March I treat upon prevalent diseases, and the WILL Courts of the Middle! Florida for Leon
1 13 1841-3m' 3 'A t'y of Plff. and in tVe their way to pre-eminent County. on the day of Mil
Courlof ln
cause* thcreof Trice 25 cents-for rale by }Ir.[ f fice al Talla.-iisi.ee 1ppea.; C)f- are suited to all case requiring either ppuluity term of our laid Court.

, The Commis'r Leon Superior.Court." M lotat'l agcnt generally.irjp Fla. tf _april 1 1C, 1840 1 ent, or active cathartic medicine by one I NOTICE] U hereby given of the foregoing pro WITNESS-RICHARD G.
preuec
) AV. WELFOiD.
( "aIllasct. J In Chancery. : These valualle Medicine arc for sale 1 by Car muck & JlodlcusA. I.ulg,, of the oldest pliysicirns in the southern country l<> al persons mentioned and concerned I Clerk of our said Court, day of
ATTORNEYS AT LAWTlLtAHASSKE having been tested than therein, a am thereby directed. A. D.
Dai B. Butler another } RANDOLPH LEWIS. by more ten years experience January 1841. and sixty-fifth )e.r
Dec. 5 19IEADACIIE1Ck & FLA.V in hi* private practice before they were LEIGh READ. of American Independence.
Court
thai the defendant ufer.ed
IT Ippaing.to'the. is not inhabitant of this, I it/'ILL practice in partnership in the to the public, and having?, whenever fairly : Marshal of the Middle I District. of Florida,, R. GWELLFORD.. Ckrk of
an
Ttrritory, but resided in GeorgiaIt is therefore The OJtN1 RYO U S. orC'iiuUof the Middle and SuperiTT | been preferred to all other articles of similar form; .Jan. 23,5 by JOHN F. KACHLER, D. M the Superior Court of the Middle District(
, extraordinary reputation that 11,. ApllOcienlD -
ordered that unless t.. appear here on or before the for this dit-t.-essmg Spohn'remedy Diktr.cts, and in the Court of Appeals.. Their arc confidently recommended a* greatly superior TERRITORY OF FLORIDA, Florida foi Leon County.
complaint IK every day: oflica for fr to other known
in. Ilir use
11
Monday of in general every remedy.
L AUfb and answer the complainant gaining, in certainly prevent tlC nuw court house,
i mater of much adormliinent. .- 21 Reference to printed in the To the Marshal of the Middle District NOTICE is of
biU), rime will tuken for confessed That so much should have Vcr 2 certilcte hands of hereby given the foregoing troccetiing -
b tuffering rxi.M-;m ---- the For 1 to all
against him and iho clccieed nrr.urdinjrly ed for ages without : "jnfs's". "sniTiiopen -.------ --.- agents. vale by greeting : persons mentioned and CODCMD-
; but is maier tJer.of. a : of nal preventive or cure any, i discovery or any mcdici; '""TILL a SCHOOL RANDOLPH &LEWIS W HF.REAS, heretofore to wit: on the eighth ed therein, a I am thereby directed.
tha copy
il truly a subject of muchregret in Tallnliasspp. Jan. : 184t.IvNOTICE. !
1Ii on 20. i LEIGH READ.
TalaIOrp tli
order be published, itj some one of the newspapers ; but Dr. 8. Y" Fin Monday of ay 'FYhrnnrv- in the *enr nf our _IA.>r"
now assure the that -- -p --- J ---
printed in uch public and next. for Girl, I one thousand eight hundred and Cii Marshal of the Middle District tf Florida,
til Territory for four inont.'mruccessively. I a remedy has [Icon invented a will convincethe Boys under .r clve of Her thirty-two. if-
yearn 18
nge. Jan'y by JOHN .
mOlt credulous 'i'hu principles upon which C tit room will bo in tie lower story of Mr. CUTTER'-I Ichlnl ALL persons indebted to the ubscnbers by note ter of Incorporation was granted by the Lgi"lalivl I F.KACHLER.D.K.zenn

ALFRED) BALSII% Judge, \r.: acts are simple and plain. It u an admitted new house, in Monroe street. account on the lit January, 1841. are Council of the Territory of Florida,to persons TO THE PUBLIC."

Aprit 3. 1841-4m 36 that this complaint, whether called Sick Headache fae: \is. SMITH engage to teach all tho Lrand.c earnestly requested to come forward and settle the as should subscribe to the stuck of a certain Bank, THE subscriber respectfully informs the citipni

IMV1L S. \\AUttiK, or Nervous Headache, "i'll primarily from I the[I usually required ; and hopes, by her exertions in lame &further indulgence will not be given. No t<> be established in .the Town of Magnolia' and ff T.n"hulee. end more irpnprall lli.

A7'TORt'TYATL111V' stomach-those who think they have the Nervous r thc promotion, of 1 her pupils to render general *ali -I account will be continued for the present year, exccpting I should comply with Die provisions ol said Charter, of the surrounJiag counties"01. the "Terntwy;

WILL the ( .t. Headache may rest assured that this organ, I the .faction. with those of our curtnmer who have been which said Bank was incorporated by the name and I of Florida, all of the adjacent counties of Gcoc-

of Florida.practice Court(Ihe Middle District stomach, is the first eautr, that the yt>tnn ha* I become 1ERMI, PEl QUARTLROzteoripby punctual in paying their accounts with us. style of UTHK llacRAxs' AND PLANTERS BA.Mor gin, thai be has establimed LiwseIfn: the
If l office is the first room to the ri ht vitiated or dcbititale.1, through the stomach; and Reading, BETTON & FISHER. )fG oLI-And; wber. also, on the twelfth
ovcrj B. Hull sstorein i'ellahasseewherelie The above $5.00 Jan. day of February, in thc year of our Lord DRUG AND CHEMICAL BUSINESS
may r and that through the with one thou- ,
awa! only same channel must they Writing ar.d Arilhmctir, C.OO ___
>s b found. expect a restoration of the tutural and healthy The above, with English; Gr.mma (Ie->graphy 2On Consignment and eight hundred and thirty-two, an act W'I i in the city of Tallahaxrp. a No.3 Berry** Rev,
Dr. A. M. RANDOLPH functions of the This Dr. and passed by the Governor and Legislative Council of ('one door front the Pos Office.)
object, 10.00
IIA VI G located himself Tallahassee or.( I remedy_ is_. "Jrcn. tcd to attain.Sphon'sI Thetrul >l Ta'laliaiisec' J."lorj! 1810 21 TWO ChnriOtees. for sale cheap lutdble for CASH.lor two or
fershisprofcisicnilservices to tho public. ot this pofcitiun cannot be controverted, and I _________ nq Incorporation;-And whereas also, on tho fifteenth can safely and confidently recommend .sal
He is to be found at the office of Dr. J. H. Ran- 10 fcooner sufferers with the headache become NOTICE. Jan.2, 1841. 24 VYAKL 4MAI day of February, in the year of our Lord of the Public ; from biB knowledge and 1 bag ei-

iJotpli,: ,on Monroe Strect. convinced of it the sooner their sufferings end I(HEREBY' nOlifyal ppfenK that the firm of one thousand eight hundred amid thirty-four, an perience in the business, with his fSltvnn uqnairitanco -

.May 2fi 42 in restoration of health. wi. Sphon his l JY.IAN is this day dissolved; Lost or mislaid, act was passed by the Legislative Council of the with the most respectable JfortiernudEuroDcan I

>rof sional reputation on this fact. The pledges and that I will not responsible! fur any trtnsaalion. A NOTE of hand for twenty.two dollars given Territory of Florida, supplemental to the said Houses his selections can relied on.

Care ,TT. C. MILLER, may bt bad at the apolliecaricp., remedy :made by t.e said LVMAN in the name of the by George Young to the Subscriber, dated Chatter of Incorporation, I appear by the original Genuine b

oIWILSON 1 In a1! acidity or sourness of this reinc- firm. A. SPENGLER. some time in January lasl. All persons are cat; enrolment of sid Charter of Incorporation, Drug Chemical Patent Meiitintt. I
WRIGHT, & CO. is ltoracl J'aUtisa.ee: Dec. 5,1340. 19 tioncd for the and alendm"nt, and said supplemental t.lll
said of I
ely sovereign and invaluable general lami- aainl trading note. A libenl art, Misnj, Paint, Oils, Glm* I
43 Poydrays Street, I ly medicine, it is now adopted a by a of the I PLEASE TAKE reward will be given to the finder on returning: t. record in the office of the Secretory of the Territory and an extensive assortment of Frk Ir E gbA

NZW.ORLhN. lost respectable fk.milien. It never many sickeni tho JU. BULL, Si i CO Jive ju OTICF.reeeivrd new Juiy4,1840 49 JAMES C. WELLS. of Florida, I well &by the public Illute of the PERFUMERY,

In the Superior Court Middle ItumacI or piuduccs any of the unpleasant effects fashionable Hats of Heaver, Silk or Tin Ware Manufactor Territory Governor and of Florida, printed by authority of the likewise numerous FANCY. lor
lS of fihym'c. Mol'-akin, which offer lIE Subscriber continue LegillalV Counci of the kame,- ARTICLE
trlct of Florida. they to the public reavona- T loemrjr on the abova And whereas law which l lie will dispose of, to Dtr,
lirectionl for ute accompany ri-i| bottle. lily f.r '.prc e or its equivalent, and for the currency business in all its brjnches, and keeps constantly and allo, a passed by the Governor friends and dealers, on Ihe liberal teras, itWholnnale

(llf CHANCERY.: ) K.Sl'IION I; M. D., of Middle Florida al sui'i' r.tl I becomethronoci' 'II I on hand a general assortment, which be of. I: the fourth Legislative day of March Council in the of said Territory, on I and relaii !I r.t
,
Between Andrew G* Norwood, A-) Proprietor and Inventor. nee. fers a wholesale or retail. to soil purchaser year of our Lord He has also I endeavored meet the taste.
'rurnhull and Ecekiel J. Moore, and Fur isle inTallaharve, by Also a good assortment of clothing: Cloth CasRiinere. WM. H. FRANCIS. one thousand eight hrndred and thirt-nine authorizing by establishing t publi

mu&: Jackon'partner in trade. under eb 2 47 R\NDOLPII LEWIS. .- and Vesting, from tlU, coarsest to tIle I I SeJ 26 9 Munroe street.KIRKMAN and requiring tbe District Attorney of said a
Soda Fountain!!
-- Territory to institute the requisite Water
the name, style and firm of Moore I finest. .Please call and witness for voureelvc legal proceed
Jackson forihnmaclves and others Creditor Copartnership. I ---- ; ABERN 'rHY, fc HANNA. ing against such Banking Incorporation. in their on a new and highly improved prineipis, which
nil Watches
who may come in and contribute,&c. Filed lit THEsubscriberhhave this day entered into .ew lrytc.--- Commission MerchantsNew le.peciv District, a might have incnved forfeitures make and render the !Medical quality if the filer .
aJ conllitfio and lor 1-v. Or leant. ofth.ir Charters by rand efficacious and
to
Complainants : and John B. Keen & : ra prosecute lor. agreeable.
MaryCenter administratrix of William I Feb.1840. wvrdin,; merehult under the &tyle of McNauzht ..- I'HE a very handsome Refer to R.K. Call, and Henry Bond. the same to effect, ao that the said Charter mif lit PIDIIPoJs-Funily Mecicinei, and PI nU-

Center lately! deceased, Defendant J & WM., lrNAUGIT.: :!ortlent of Watches, Jew. Jim.! 17 1 1839. 24tf b declared null and void by the Judgment the lion supplies carefully put up; *nd the mot I

JAMES f I rlry, PIled Wnre, Silver proper Court in slid District,-And where. attention will to accuracy execution -
Tf JL T appearing t the Court by affidavit, that the Port Lon. Jan 20. 1 040 26 J ,! Spoons, Cutlery! &c., which STAGE LINE Charles S. Sibley, Attorney of the United States of all 'orders. tie
said Mary Center one of said defendant above Goetehliofer ,-' : he offers for sale on his usual From Columbus for the
Middle
uamed, reside the dT DnfilCOnMISSION \ c Ga., t Apalackicola, Fla. District of Florida, prosecuting for The nbtcriber hope through anidat"ad.t
jurisdiction of this lie will
beyond r I terms. receive new Four Horse lid Terr.tory this tention to business and
Court, to wit,in state of New York. It i i. the |Post Coacb bah appeared on day, on be to engage san
cernadsrcdand supplies during winter. s
half of !
and
.NEW ORLE.i; lid Territory, bj him the Court here public patronage.
ordered that ihe said.defendanl, Mary KK.FERENCES.--H.: Bond.Esq. : WATCH REPAIRING i i. given to understand and be informed that the: ROBERT BAIER.Dtc. .
Center administratrix of William Center, lately JkfesrK. Ration Is attended to with a": much ability and "The L '.
'deceased do &Fisher, prompt- aid lerchcl' and Pllntes' Bank of Mag 26, 22tf No.3 Ro1.
; appear acd ies- aal an in the Southern I
answer lid complainant Kerr& Kirk.ey, )-hop conn try. nolia" It the county of Leon, and Middle
biilof complaint within four' Jan District NOTICE.
from .1
month the datn FREDERICK TOWLC.JVOTICE" .
this order.otberwisc Tallahassee. ---- Via Florence, Fort Blaiely aforesaid,bath forfeited its Charter, and all the I or taken from the atore ol the his tr"
said bill ----- Gain6
Inrhtpublctoi.ot Molyneux, -- Por'*r franchise LOST
MUln. Willierby, Coo. ,
4-
Livcrpo I'ririlrgerigblaod t QUARTERMASTER'S
and immuniliethereby! LTKAI sundry
Brown1
It i il Ga. S'UGUI
.tke tnfUo. further orderedprintor March 2J, 1 IS40. Fenu, and Ineinton
po 33 Iv UUlNf'r my absence from Florida. Barton C. ,I conferred, by ium-uttr, and he !
that order of the H AJaONLY prayed a.cr..en. CERTIFCATSamouDtiDlal
tat
thl pubJilheJ ilL one -
eri and published Tallahassee new"pa. NOTICE. --'-' i'nuojf Monliccllo. in my spent and attor- miJbt limp according tn.- -l law--,_ tr.._ _w... to about 8
DitricL at in the h ey. JUUW '*'. TUCKER. I 30 HOURS Stage travel from Colum. Merchants' aDd Planter Bank made O. Rouse anottar tOM.
afesaid( once a week for four month 'rR.\ or etolcn, fr Hii the subscriber ;
.Dated this of December. 1840. k. > the house of John Adl! N. W., at ol jan I. level to New Orleans, in splendid Coaches, of Magnolia, to appear before thi Court, at the I ..Ali: and the rest are made payable to IIIC Ut I
n a and
". 31at'dl. onllile" beautiful road along the time; and and
BALd, Judge &c. Tallahassee a bright sorrel a Maze he Chatlah'iochee River. banks 01 proper place cause if any ii.L firm of Spengler If Lyman .
.' in i his face, hind feet white and a naddlc-matk I'or Sale, ,, the said Charter of Incorporation IhouJdnot I All are hereby warned parchaiiar -
ALest ? lis back. Any of on A I 11.\NDSOMK I ; LIGHT BAROUCHE, with DAYS OF DEPARTURE. ? b repealed, and declared null and void. pron .pa

R.e. G. WELLFORD. Clerk. gratefully information and lid horse, will be Imrness complcl for tWA horlcl, by From Columbus on T"*days and Friday., THEREfORE YOU ARK HF-REHY ( ASL De 5, erfeatu. A. SP t,GLER
; dehvjr. 6
i. him to acko\'leJged any person Port. i.&onFeb.8..VV&l. M'NAUtiHT. o'clock. A. BI. you make known t-o- h-id 184
For Sale g public Mdbles. in "- -- From CIiatlahooch.ee, on the "The Merchant NOTICE.
or Rent. T.. BERNARD'S same daysand same and Planters Bank of "
leehaU duly rewlrdo4. -1Co. time after the arrival of time inbKiber offer for tale, his VAA
U.
S.Mail and all THE
A HANDSOME MASON W. Remedy Diarrh&a Summer Boat from Preident Director, Cashier and Stock PLANTATION 'the
WILLIAMS on
lYlentery
TWO-STORY Apalachicola,via lolaand holder Armo..
.I FRAME STORE eligibly situs Dec'6V J 1840 22 II I Complaint, COlC Cramp and Spam Persons desirous of going meeting from Columbus Fort GDin, Ge.o ,*.. of our Superior tber.or, that Court they, of appear the Middle before District the Judge, being the East half of the N. W. quarter .e.

or bUlifel., near the centre of T8uperlor Yoke of Oxen, young IN' all the this Medicine has t New Orleans, will find this by far the cheapest Florida, tor the of Leon, of tion two, township two, range one North.t
RailRoad Street, Port Leon. A liberal -I *i i. food order, for sale by ; pn'vrd a certain remedy, both lo children and nnd mo.t expeditious as wel the safest and Monday in April next county,aAor the date on of tbe fourth the Wet half of the N. W. quarter ofwelioa two

credit will 'e given on o reeurity. We Dte.,12 SO J. D. GALBRAITH ad"I" :.. Numerous testimonials are given of its most comfortable way, a* intersects I the or such other time the court ibis writ, township two, range one, North and East. A*>
invite the attention of those great may be adjourned the Cat half of section three.
the N.E. of
wishing a favorable eflicJC) which may be seen where the Mcdi'ine is Brunswick and Florida Line at Challahoochoe to, at the Court House of said quarter
.land forbasincw Valuable lands lor Sale. sold. 1'icpared by Robert B rntrd, Norfolk,Va. making a true I ofbul 30) hour by the City of Tallahassee in said county of Loon, in township two, range one, North and East; .
subscriber stages thrvugl show
to
M'NAUGHT. & ORMOND. THE having a greater quantity of Female in Tallahasse, by the whole route. Time from Columbus for tbemnelvca county j ifany | known I the Fuller or Bciubry plaptatJ
to Mobile thing they have
Port : than is desirable for his or can say, There i i. about which ftf
Leo
jNor7, 1840. Jiff own cilintiol sep 4 6 RANDOLPH & LEWIS. 54 hour*. why the said charter of 160 acres of open land, ,
afTera for sale thrco incorporation of
lid "The
valuable '
of
plantation fertility soil
---- etc,
one,oil- may
For ihe rnke"I..I.
Proprietor, Merchant anal) Plunler Bank of b
Cotton Weighing-. uated on Black Creek, about thirteen miles cast Notice. Magriolia"sbouldnot : beat land in the *
THE (u"l iibftarointe Weigher of Cotton, from Tallahassee, containing thirteen hundred LL Person having claims or demands against WILLIAM CADY. be repealedannulled) and made void and all th in a few yard of Territory. Armonia ladlla1.Uk,.k''

a pasted Iht last acre*, 600 of which are in a high state of cultivation Charles Black, deceased, or the estate in the Chiiltahoocher. January 10, 1840. 27 if liberties. immunities, rights, priilcgel and ( I paaluragti cannot t great in world. lc

of the Legisjatrve Council, a re'pecruly*oanion in.- th residue mostly! rich hammock land, with subscribers possession, will present them without NUTICE-- ---- -, jbl%! .. Kv. the a flnrta- nnfitiff. -._-u_ _bv., _i.A_._. .Inf.** &_._. ii, .tow*f* Mktjv .klf cunvnient surpassed ff.._"te_ _lmilfinfff.WlU____. .
form* tbe public that he it propard 'all necessary farm house and delay to ROBERT RAYMOMD REID. session and control of said Trrrito' and farther plenty of excelent water.
outbulldinglthe who
ion either in this city or at'the Railroad weigh raised this' Qaardian of Rebecca A. Black. THOSE are indebted, either by note or to do and receive what the aid then and Thu I
,_ crops upon plantation have not been to the late firm of Gorman Cour purchaser can have from 2 3 ipU'gec.
flit scales roMOfactured at' Dept by in Uio April 10 tf 37 and there in this behalf, shall consider and and .. There it t yea.fon
a & same surpassed any country. Another, about 111, will call al my office and settle ihe further dirt now growing a fine can,
a commanded
thoMaaedbjr the -pniled the'same 'distance, northeast -- same. you ar to give the farm,
'Sla generally, and from Tallahassee! ,I (NOTICE.A immediately.By institution of Ibis Dolc orh suitable for the purchaser.RICHARD. .
like wwe by the weighers of cotton in the :Containing, : about 700 acres, of rich oak and hicko. the of proceeding by publication ber- H.
city or| LL so doing costs action at law
person are hereby cautioned from will be.1 in some public the CROWEL.
?few y ork"iac.have Laert examined ly the In. ry land ; with 60 or 70 acres in cultivation ; and 3 for any note or notes given by Daniel Buie trading to saved, as all claim unpaid, will L put in suit at! or Florld.fr the nflp.pr.n* Midlo* from District July' 4,40.18 ( _
and
vpector weight*of imid city and another in Hamilton county, about ten mile ( the first the
court
,
prov rom I Grave, &a note of the aboe description having jurisdiction.JOSEPH day hereof, ,and ton you make KOTICE.THE .
'e corraot.rriM; r.elchi ,,0cOt per bale. the Suwannee Spinel, containing about 2000 I i i. lost or hat from letter BRANCH. of this writ and of return Subscriber a
D;M. hen prolonged a tbe your proceeding ihereen of ranting oi t u
SHEFFIELD, ." ., Cotton. ,a email with farm Feb. 13, on i.de.iro.
nouses I amount and
aces the the first ierru
to writer. IS4. day ottue next of our I and Nereee. tit
TaU.b..Ot I It,!. rT4ED &c. 1'bi.land U of superior quality for I.*, cul Feb.20. Wmicst-RICHARD G. aid eourU Estate Edmund fiwek Vat 1'D'Uf I a
WELLFORD f
lure of Ma island cotton. 1 eorgc Edgier has arrived in town, of del
from Camp >Dissolution of Well Clerk of our said court, this 18lh J.l..o.Coaaty, lor the I.-)
the Major Also a tract of 400 acre, al natural Copartnership. Digger is 'his profession day
naarTa-Jlahaa... the Sjlh Chrbi tlc bridge! heretofore Where January, A. D I 1841, and .. b.n.aOkn.n. )" t a
& inL ; oa the St. Mark,about 11 I east of Tal THE Copartnership existing wider he want In be well known, of .ixt.in.yer Men apoa'.1irU
:Bora*, aixtean-hUda) ) high, tha'hair fa partly r IahaseeehalIof; this tract i i.. a rich name and style of BaowN & GAL AITH, And cash i hu'decision. ''4 aug or the Independence of the Ur'e'at the Subscriber Thompton Ar Htrner r, TaDaiattee er tt

(fo 11ot: l. knaaa dOwnr'and has of I upon it there ]il also a fine rail! aluihoi. 'in the Tanning and CiirryiafBuinestii) this date 2 Americ.R. at Wirtlantf Jtfletion Coonty.'
i H't iretr dissolved Strayed G. WELLFORD ELLEN>W V A& ,
si4"of the left bind (o.t. than in Middle by consent. '. CJk.
Any water .. .
that' r pw.r any mutua quincy, about AdminUtratrjx, .f CL&: .Va deceased.daiS .
'pr' will bi. t.the PnUiki i House ( will be toll at moderate I Tbe hereafter be ca/ried; on in the FROM *ix week since SOR .

jive such information aa will his n: *;and if desirable, the prices, andreaJoo&bUcredit naroo of JOHN D. GALBRAITH, who i anthorised HORSE' bont four jean old! ,with three NOTICE ia hereby given of the' foregoing-pro. It __tf -

'ceverr, tan b paid all I.ae"'t (\ bare Union Bank Stock purcl..rn to settle tho affairs of.ikt late'concern/' white fent, and a braze in the'face. A liberal reward t al persons men1ioisdand eon- I JLCMJBJQfi.AUAL1TY -
upD. upon a I Ipurchase. wil be ccrnod therei
Mar part given fo his return,or for as am. thereby directed.
QUPERIO
of
W Jnformato Of PLANK
4 BRADEN THOMAi'DWN. where he erery
1',15. 21 Pee 19, 1840 21 can bfoand. Apply. at this LEIGH READ, .,deecrtpUoo.f the Florida Works b J
D GALBRITH feb 13 MtS.shal, of the Middle District of Florida any
Jin.81 nbtaked by applying to nsl Tarns-Cash.
by John r.K.
CHLFJ D.M. De It 10 BETTON FISHER

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