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 Material Information
Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: May 22, 1841
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
weekly
regular
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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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nthe pper must be directed to EDWARD R Gisc -- 'L- U : .- .- F c J around tin jungle:iip&idn fc dsotF"
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&\ business connected with the etib mYl < ththA1 aDDAu1 !A Am Q"umsl'_'mr. 'a tm ::4 rout which they conjectured t ih lioii'1itakftn fa&iaUed .

tAUt on PubiaherL -__ -- ,. CapC Woodhouse, hattertr,, L
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-nt.tO GilON- II"uD. I I t the saute law"-and ".:.. to which* private-- ces therein provided for, approve,1 February t J p rida, That the Brunswick- -and Florida Rail- Road' tn the thicket ; tmf II he couIddciitheprint i

NOTICE. II drviduals of their nation are subjected in the save 183J Company, be, and they art hereby authorised lo ; oftho animal' feet oa thiftews*.

LL .prlona1Iuin any demands aaint;. John I place. Section 1st. Be it enacted by the Governor mndCegUUlive !I construct and extend said Rail' Road through the ; hetbokUy resolved I ta follow op the trick of

A Womble, late uf Jenel0f county, deceawd. 1 1I shall Tire hare consuls, vice consuls and commercial ageou Council of the Territory of Florida,I Territory of Florida to any point on the Apalachiccla I all-hazard*. 'The Jndian gUM: fiadsr. wbb!

ptpue rendir them property .uestrd wilhin 1I I } the right as such, to sit as judges and Ibo number of Port WarJeni to be appointed t foi river or Gulf of Mexico; that they rosy : continued with his commander at last espied
.i law and those 'ho. alI I arbitrators such differences as arise between deem proper. ,
ribcd by Ire may the Part of Jacksonville shall hereafter be five,, .
tire pre to the paid deenedII make the masters and crews of the vessels belonging lo instead of three ..at present directed by the act Sec. 2d. B. it further enacted, That said company the l Eon la his co?rjuxi. pointed hUn out to'the

ways iadebtt Budd, Esquire Monticelo!! the nation, whoso interests are committed to their to wbicft Ibis is an amendment. shall be held and deemed a body corporate capUin. ;who fired, but ''un ortnDately'Ja.

payseUt t.thoris.d agent to Mule lid EsUte, charge without tbo interference of the local authorities Sec. <4. Be it further enacted That M much of. and politic, and it shall be lawful &r them under earned mark. There was. no sJteroftdra .

ho i rl HENRY WOMBLE. Ad,0V. unless tbe conduct of the crew. or of the sail act! ej may eoaflict with the foregoing provision their corporate UrN, te poeseee and exercise all the but to retreat and'toad hi* rifle Raring re

captain, should disturb the order of and privileges, heretoforo granted I
\ or tran'uilily be, and the same hereby repealed. right' powers,
NOTICE. the TREATIES.. tho conntrri; or the said consuls vice counsuls or to the Tallahassee Rail Road Company in this I tired to a distance, be .was joined by taL-
I9lh Feb. 1841.
Jurors since
HOSS who )have of Gon.served Leigh a Reid Marshal of, fBY AUTHORITY.] I commercial agent, should requi'ro their assistance Approved Territory, in the construction and keepial the said Delmain, who had dismounted from his'ale*

I .pm-mUMeut to cause their decision to be carried effect road in operation, and all other rights incidental to i
into or pliant on hearing the of the gun. Tbw
of Florida, will icceive whll.IJu'e President the United NO. report
the States. '.
tldJie District By of -AM Act to repeal sn act entitled, An Act That :
supported.It Provided however
II like corporaliorv : DO
canine! at thr Ma.r.hal'. office unexpected meeting increased the captain*
them concerning Jurors in the Southern District, andI !

I bJ GEOlGE E. DENNIS, D. M., A PROCLAMATION. 1 is, however understood, that ibis species of I r other purposes.j exclusive rights er privi'eges are hereby granted, hopes of ultimate success. He lost no tin*'.

I \V1IKUE\S: a Trealy of Commerce and Navigation judgment or arbitration shall not deprive the contending I i inconsistent to, and conflicting with the rights ofi
1841.
Fc 7. j See. lit. Be enacted by the Governor and Legsa'ative ia pointing out to the lieutenant the plae '
corporations.I
i between the United State of America and parties of the right they hive to resort on I i ary existing
--ThoUce. I I
their I ; Courcil of the Territory t.f Florida, That I I Approved March.1341. where be would probably find the lion' and
would inform a'l J those! indebted 11 Majesty, the King of Hanover, \\ Iii conclud, return, to the judicial: nut.only: of their own I
subscriber Southern District I
Jurors the
rvtllE' 'I i an act concerning in _._ .
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ed and signed by lliejr plon! >'jtntianon at Ber1m. country. be him in. a moment.
to him, either, by notes, account or as ump.t | /! approved second of Mirch,, e'ghteon' hundred and The Oak Tree. up
receive for. the same, if on the twentieth day of May in t the year of The said consuls vice consul and commcrcijl I Lieut. Delmain, on going eight or tan
that lie payment forty, be, and the same is hereby repealed. _
I :nsde, forthwith,'il an* alia- I five per ccnl premium our Lord one thousand eight hundred and 'forty; agents abc aulhomed to require the assistance of I I. Sec. 2J. Be it further enacted That the Superior MART HOW1TT. paces down a sheep track got a' sight of the
in tlio I Iho local authorities for the so.irch arrest and irn- for the oak
Hunk "f Florida or which treaty being English and FI end SinE tree,
f UB Uiiu"' SoulJ'r Couil in Alunroc shall have original hun and
!
blls (4 county his rifle
lift and Tru'L Company. After the languages i is-, word for word as follows : priuoruner.l. of iho deserters from Ifl'e siiips; of war, I and The monarch of the wood ; instantly discharged at
all
: cxclus'vu' cnruea committed
jurisdiction over
. Ia.urai.ee I j i and merchant viirU of their for the oak tree him. This irritaed the mighty lord of the
will He Sing
IQLbof 1p.il. ncit a.Hintlainu:) placed. The L'nitid' Slutc- America and His Majesty j country.For j in the county of Dade, and over all civil cause* I, ,
i ,,.jnrtoi.Jn, tie! hands ( f nn attorney, who the King (if Hanover, equally oniniaicd by the dc- Ihi purpose they hliall a:,/ply to tho competent ( not n.mi;,;; within the jurisdiction: of Justice ofi '1 hat grow eta gr<;eland good ; woods, and he rushed towards him, breaking

tnt,n au1 iho-ised: to receive mid bils at the giiiiie "ire extending; as farm poMsibtc: : .lie commercial i tribunaljudges and lEcers, and shall inwritinc i the PtJce, and the County Court of siid county, I That growe'h broad and branchingWrt.'iin through the bushes (to use the captain's own

"ste.uPt1I(1 the reurl' day. rClaliot:8 Let wen, and the! exchange of the prod'ir ,: demand i-aid deserters p-uvinzby the exihili'ii ) from and after the plllsugeJf this, net, until the I : the forest shade word) "in n most magnificent style." Capt
r ALEX. rOn IY DUVAL.AD !< of the registers of the vcsfcl!, I the musterrolls That growclh nowand ) et shall grow
lions of their respective Slates have apru'd, with ]|I siiijc shall!! be repealed. W cod house found himself in
; now placed an
of the When laid !
crew other official
or bYlII\ docu.'unentthat I \vc arc lowly
Mu.h DlI-tf I t' thiHvicw. to tonchide a ttaIy of commerce aid !i'' '! Approved 25lh Feb. 184 I.I 1.
: "Ieh'IIdi'iallal Is formed! part of the. awkward situation. He was aware that if

; iiiili .; sTAii:1tIiVESTABLiShMENT. : liivijfit: :on. crew*; a'id on tin 11 iui hn.pf! thus substantiated I i The oak tree was an acern once, he retraced his to himselfin a better
For ll/iti put pose, the' President of the Vnilrd ; tiie surrender IhnJlllot be NO. 23. -An Act toan.eiid the acts in reference to. : And fell the ejrth steps put
rolusei! upon ;
'States of Anier.ca; has furmshrd will) lull poAcr, j i the Tullahavee Fund. position for attack, he would just get to the

TIlE raENT FUi'i-cribcr,.f Books has just, Stationary received a n'L., Ac A.j, I HenryVhealon.. thetr Envoy J:\tril"ldlllar) and IMlIi..tcr ][j, the Suth di-'po'-al GC erll'rs.of t.e! whenarrctlcd....1 ""::..ull.e, bltall be cout'ili placed: or at Sec. 1st. \Vl.crcis, the lots in the noi'lh addition T'ie:And su gave'I and tbe showers oak tree nourished birth. ie, point from which the lieutenant had fired, and

! .01- I I'knijxitfiitiiry: neir His Maj My tin-1 I fomincrcnl uijenti.ahd O1nhC' eoutiied in the of the City" of Tallahassee! : were conveyed to purchasers The little sprou'in; oak tree and to which the lion was making, whereforehe

C o.j :I" L\K HOOKS: i i King iiat.,Prui'ln furnixlicd; and w.tli Hm the MnjcMy'like the full Kin 2< ol Han1nvcr ,,:bhie pi' isou, al the ro'iu'jst-arid CUt ol those who who made deeds to John Y. Garey, his: Two leaves it had at first, instantly resolved to stand still, in the

Medium, D.-mi. a'.dCap' ,-Ledgers, JOIn.ll l Day I IBioU Sit ur Btigut-te do Urrjrer liis LnvoIZMrunrdiitary powers.! Lei|; i.iuil! :I claim: them, ill order to bu .l'lIllo ll.e vessels heirs, &c., as trustee to secure the payment of tin I Till sun and showers nourished it, hopes that the lion would pass by at a distance
Hi-rordi 1 Looks. whiili I b-Iorir: i purchase 'nOI\ and whereas, the >> i.d Garcy has i Then out the btanchesbursl.!
: Irnoii-e l nlnkl, Krccipl .1| to ih-y or 11 oUiersf: the sameetjuntr of
nnd Minister I Hri I l till without
fouryards
Plenipotentiary inar Majesty or so, perceiving
BI, ,iht., otc l 1lok.. J3iH 1'III-I'OI\c| ) and \ But If no*. sent Lj:ic ithin. three inoalliH. departed: this life, leaving: infant heirs. rendering, I II
! B.urk! ,: l I I'ook: ;. .. I Ktr : ; '. arrtbl.tljoy sol al |!ibeiU -
rccru'abll.! : "u'rn-ua Grand /-ro.-s of the order Giiclji'i il- n-J ea lc I
,
SCHOOL; HOURS' ; : ( aid s'lail'I not le jguu arrr:!lcd for thc iine incut on huts af-jrcsaitl, and obtain! release on said: j Its rout was like a thread In this however he was most unfortunately! ,

An"cli's School CljM-to, fcori1 s :\nvc\ slices: \\licnpay- ,' Till il.o kind'y'! earth had nourished :t. deceived, for the enraged lion saw him in
\ rXLlniiffnijT :err power,
and Grammar, \VO'dtJrigti Geojrra. II \ eomuniiei! irnne nHVuce tnenl-J arc f.illy! made, the legal title bfirii; in s.viJ Then out it freely spread ;
.i.iielie ; ::11 jr..od Mid j'hy *' 'iliard and Au.si o be delated! until tl. \rIUUI..I. be.r'! uluch his heirs, for' re'jicdy whereof, it u hereby enacted by OnjlhiHMue and on that sice
Alias Geography
and 'li :li'llnwif; may : : In instant
mt'jc<'t t It ral.fic; ti.bn, ( ;; arI..1.: i an as though it.had been dene by
Gi'uprap hy and Atlas, V\ at.lI'. Diriirnii iH i t an hhull l.avc l been prndnip. .c.li! | 'have the Governor and Legislative! Council of the Ter- It grapples with the ground,
O.nc"'f shatl l/e l.t
tho pronouiu--
Ai t. I I. 'J'h-r wc vn tertitori's) of Florida Tnat the of the I And the ancient, tilled! rock, a stroke of lightning, the" rifle broken
Commissioner
I psf4's; r.-r'dD.i.vV: !' AI?"brl. Valpj! Grerk j if iliu IIIh! < 1'Jitif-, ed its fci-rr.ei-.ee: and such iPuh-ij'c shall have bttn 1 : i.ory in was
(rrann'tir, Jac.I'1{.i itek Grammar Jacu!'" (.I..k j jHeader. IJ OfC"ol't'r! i 'iit/uuui'j' u reciprocal 11- :..iri.d 11.to tfl'ci t. C.ly of Tallahassee, be, and is h' reliy substituted Its firmest routing found. and thrown out of the Captain's hand, his left
i mu
.ei :: \'g.lhlli. .
Adain GraniinarNau(,r.ti. .Sp-inn Art. 7. The I ittzens of each ; to all .the righllO pii i' ileg-es. POe,.. and cap Icilies arm at the moment seized the
J J.ltll or subjects partyhflil same being by
:
; ; Ti'1 inlia1 i a::.t rr ti.i-i: "I 'l'| 1'Ciui-Putts: shal! 1
winds and the rains f.
his The ll
; r.lr"1"*' ':1.*!111' ,' BI' k. Copy Jl'vkt.; 1il.s 'l.jtr ,p I I'I"' mutually: ha\: "Iv tll ('Ill'r, v/iti! orliifir w tlOIlI : ,. blew: right by
heits, with free to suo on said dic.Js as tru TUB gusty tempests ;
power
; Cq.11.t c.F Inn the of the I
I'tnr.f, ini Urol"'c wr jurisijutiori: other bv "Ie.II"UJli'llI.tr..tl.ll1cllt ,
,
; fMp;, and caii.111-s, the iiacs, v. ater. I While these
I"Jr.t- brave
i F1O.liYlIdn' : ; otherwise.Their lee, lorelfase the so.me and to make transfirs and {I A11, all were friend to< the Oak T.ee, antagonist. two
: ; I Ir aid] rivii t.S f tlif Uirrthrif* (.1 i r' ear: ii, : or
., 12ubardi.: .trltll partyVMH- | as if the legal title had been and waxccdnp.etely And slronger yet It grew. combatants "whose none could
} : conveyances courage
r 'ut ,". le' alI (! '\'er forri,,n commerce is pi-rmifcd. j : ; ,pTonal rcrterihatit..s: bring eit-rens: or ,
ljrilr j'it.r i; Oraw" I ,f the other j in sai J coiminsM: '>ner, and whereas, said Tie bny tint saw the acorn fall, stuin," were standing in mortal conflict
\ ( and Em'llul't. They tJiall! be pcrnnltrd' to bojouin nnd rr.id.in IIi'j eels tontrjciinjj party, sli.ll suc- : i yet ,
He feeble and
Folio Coiiiiaier.ialo4 ''comlui sio.Hr ha made lo lols silua- grew grey ;
Post [
\ seed their md persoiml conveyances Lieut. Delmain and his
racing: i'aprr to wiietnerbyc : ran hischarged
| jid properly
uf tPrnttiries ri'
.1I"alh" MU soever : > in > Oak still
11 But 1'ie tree
thriving ,
1'.t : i other dc-f | ted as aforesaid, oa receiving payments ;in full on was a
Taper, all iiitestato.Ti.ey i
and l'a"kt :c<- or
\ Illt'cr .th'lId to their arijirK and also tn hire and piece at the JtotJ. This caused the captain
or-eupv j the due the I And strengthened day.
ti JS'oyciVlflua.nXUe amount Territory. every
.Mavnnid
cri''tion' : ot'lSank: l'apr; may tuko: pussfision lhcreofeitier!, by them.: I!I I
ilou"'a \\arcliwiit-cs for the c.f theirOtflhtiert' !
&. Ulck Inks! ; ;' purpi.ses See. Si Be it furthereuactrd, That such trans. I and the lion to come to the ground together,
Sleen'l
;
\ veh KCIt'l selves or by tit!! rs nclrnj for them at their will i
submit the l
n"J ( WalLden and : provided they to laws, as ]: fers should be, and are hereby declared good and F.nr centuries grows the Oak Tree, while Lieut. Delmain hastened out of the
; "f the I
Blue: I in and dispose sam, paving meii duties i ics ,
jcr. veil relative the of : only
hl. ns "JH1ciJ.I to re- '
1111 grnt-ra right :
Nor does its verdure fail
: K"III" I Id, ; GI:11: ; J Ink ; Sand and the irihabitanlJ of the country wherein the said >, ciTecInal: in law lo pass the title, and are hereby ; j jungle to reload his gun. The lion now began .
Mdirg trading Its heart is like the wood, !
and confirr.ied to third their iron
srtving parties just rights
,
t bxe-.I.I F.Ie: tlalf"r rrt-M-o tUP Sand! l\.tc'c, V\ afers of pouncehixwi. all coJor i, V.'lir'st they ronfor/n to the h li "-s nnd r"gulati-im personal properly. is situate bhall be kubjcrlto pay S<:c. 3 i. Be it further ellart d. That a sale of'I I Its bark like plaited! mail ; craunch the captains arm, but as the
like
iJiJuZ': *, Sc: MS Dalk. ax : Princl Albrrt Victoria in force they shall bu ut ln-eity to inat.nire tliiint.iiVe in cases.In of the abscnetof the : the remainder of the 'land and lots belonging to Now cut us down tho Oak Tree, brave fellow, notwithstanding the pain which

and C.iutuic'iltetI: IVris Ltllcr ttarMp; ; ; their, own bt:MDCJIS in al! tle ti-rnto'ics. subject taiven case, the Fame earn shall be personal taken of represen the said i the Territory, be hid by the Commissioner of the ; The monarch of the wood ; this horrid process caused, had the cool determined -

J }'CPkltHI, n..1 l.t.iH.. 1101. 1ut.'vr{ : &c.. .&c.AI.r I., to the jurisdiction of ach put) ill respect to property as would bo taken of the properly of a I i inalii City of Tallahassee:; on giving two weeks notice I And of It. limbers stout and strong resolution to lie still, the lordly savage
; tho rmiHg'iiinfiit, nnd sale of their :jjood by in the public newspapers of Talahu! e..rcquiring i \Ve'il build a vessel good.
.() ? in !1II.celLS", \nllll1tc !2awfi l owner may. take let the arm drop out of his mouth and
lnk Bi'.l: BillLsdinj, :. No'e, of hand, E. u ho1 salt: ) or rr tail is \\illi I tCF|/l' t lo the losdirif. one florin cash the balance in one and two year.

I5! ) rplr., MUMC I' BUtmj i't'per' 1'Jay- ',.Ioadlt'g; und EONc'mg: ofF t'.cir. azi's, or lo cm- J me If'Furc' ; fur rectivmg should It.lI.fi5 several e1ainLUS I i Sec. 4th. B U further enacted; That a sale be I Tie: Oak Tree of the forest, quietly resumed a crouching position, with

Chll.C in Card Urlf"", 1 ; patent pl Coding' Frt .(\Itl! ji'oy fruch ii!fiits and brnkf-rs as they may deemLt.ey ,:' ti any"Iii.qiiesliou h of tiicrn tiie: hj'rj among belvrgs-, had on Ihe same terms of the quaricr section, subject I Both east and west shall By : both his paws upon the thighs of this fallen
: Iitclic.e property
;itcin in all thenc to be treated And the blessings of a thousand lands
; !' proper ra cf, I| to location by the Territory. I foe. While things were in this untoward
.
'
I r< fl'ete. the -ame hhall be fina.ly decide! bv the lawu and .
I I
11.lr.1 at the citilfiis or fulj els of the country in wh"" JI Approed5th.Feb. 1C4L Upon our ship shall be situation
-- I IJ. ; judges of the country wherein it is situate. j For the shall the captain unthinkingly raised his
I b man-of-war,
t'.iey: reside, it being neverlhele s understood that' not : a

f The Book Bindery hey fi.all remain sulj. .ct to the said lawa end reTula'iond ;; Where on the deceafe of any person holding I NO. 24.- An Act concerning Indian depredations Nor a pirate shall she be ; arm to support his head, which he got placed

]J. aUo continued where all kinVlb of work ran ha ,,{ : aUo in respect to sales! bv uholtea'e: or1retail. real estate within the lerrior.e; : of one parly, SUCI: and for o'.hcr purposes.Sec. Dul a noble, Christian merc.halltllhip! ill at ease in the fall. No sooner, however;

t liniie !nrcitl\pl%' as heretofore. Blank. "'unc : i real e.tll.te'ollld, by the laws of the land' defend To nil upon the 'ell. and he moved it, than the lion seized the lac
Ut. Be it enacted the Governor and Legiilatue }
, nlldf-cni'iinni, made t'l order, and ruled to any : s'lall'. have free access to tic tribunals of:' on a citizen or subject of the other were he Dot by j FromVatertou'll Natural History.
They
( crated
d ai! and Cojncil of the Territory of Florida, That arm a second time, craunching it as
auitb1e (or Bank. I'uSho Offi<- ] disquahfii by nalc. such citizen or sub- i I
,Wat Bittern* and otl-ers. Deed, Record, and'!Docket :.ju!;ljfe rn their litigious atiutrs lite on the same term I,jet nhell be allowed a reasonable time to sell the the Governor of the Territory, by and with the rid Fight with a Lion. before, and fractured the bone still higher up.
law
I'ookf\ iud al! flhl'r B'snk' Dook. can be obtained : which arc to grunted native citizens by: cr nsbjerte end ut-age, for f.f wl.ich the. I same, and to withdraw the proceeds without moles. I vice and consent of the Legislative; Councii, be,{ In the month of July, 1831, two fine lions This additional memento mori from the lion
country and he
authorised
at :LiH'Tl' notice ruled and bound in anv ttyle r -- purpose they may employ in defeice of tle.rj I. lalrvn and exempt from all diitres detraction on I a board i s of hereby cCjmm: .oners to to consist appoint of be-ennially turee for ,; made their appearance in a jungle some was not lost upon Capt. Woodhouse : it immediately

quncd: ; and wara-itcd: equal to ortht1 or any ngiits, such advocates, attorneys and other agent the putt of the government and effects of the respective Ftatl'lI'l each Senalvnal. Dblrict, for the purpose of receiving ;.i twenty miles distant from the cantonment of put him in mind that he had con.

otlu-r rrianulieiu. r.irtiruar! attention paid. J ..to... 'u S inrv mar illdD''P proper. i i The capitals! which the oruuJeIa I and heajiv the' claims of citizens of this Ter. Rajcqte. in the East Inrlip whew r.a r t ...:...j ._ aci or imprudence in stirring. The '
H..L. -.JI.-r.-\I-f-- if. k\o lnchci uui.eii; unau be unpottd ; u( the respective n'uli.. ,n rrtan ttbml.no1 Art. or o.imr iian oemious of i rom the. : .ur occa.iotea LJ '.io ,!??,,."..: -, \ n oodhouse ai.d his two friends, Lieut's.Delrnain motionless state of which bo
1 :.hlttf.% :1 I"4! -, Jn plan or orlallentll", in any of, the por of the L'n l'll i Stale 0111 i removing since trio firt day of November, A. D one thousand and preached after
of their domukleihoU] ]likewise, be Dang, were stationed. An ele'pnant this Hroad
hint
. j-atch nUorn place exempt that he had learned
It. ) ,
I finding;. or | ; j Hanoverian vei-prlM, than thoce payable in the tame j tight hundred and Uiirly-fite. to profit
tuWcnber. thankful .ur the patronage he J Jl I'IIlort" from all duties of detraction. or emigration on the I IparI : was despatched to the place on the
The ports bv \f"FiC':8. of the United Static; nor in the' Sec. id.! Be it further enacted That said C.m. j by a painful lessson.He .
l J.\I hfrclof'ire n'elnd, hopes, by I t-tri-l attcitiwitbi Hanover the vessels! of, of the respective governments. Lcfore evening on which the information arrived
of! the! of the Kindom of on i 8. The ancient and hirbarou* right to I missronors, entering upon their djlies, shall ; now lay bleeding and disable under the

i.t'S'1'ew.lu nit a continuance I.. A. hAYWARD.I hnme. :I the United Male*, than bhall be payable! in the i I wreck Art. of the yea, shall' be 'lit ire')' abolished with. I j I be sworn faithfully to support the Con .iii'i'icn of and on the morrow, at the break of day three : foot of a mighty and irritated enemy. Death

: : attic ports 'n J Hanoverian J vese'a.T..e I the LJui.ed States discharge their trust an comrnisyroncrs gentlemen set out horseback full of !
i Talal.asc.Oc! : .{. 1 ItjQ )10 respect to the property belongmir to the citizens or i ( on glee, was close upon him armed with ter.
i __ secured tho article: to. and justly and impartially to investigate every
privileges by present i and
elated
with the
of the coi.'ractmir parties. i I hope of a speedy calculated
ihp'cti ror
e'lgage- to the
i Lands for feale. j the vessels of the r.-bp'ctrve hic'li tontrarimj ptrOil. v./cClt.1 of either "hall be wreck J.and, ajudgisixth claims as my be exhib.led before appal heart of a pros
*" the Apala-1: When any party litn.vhich! : oath shall be written the hark ment. On arriving at the edge of the jungle, rate and defenceless
fJl'RSUVNl' to ptcviouo notice, bull i! only extend to suds ,as are built iviliun; i stranded! or otherwise ilnniaged on the coa-'s. '. on man. Just as this world

._ clnc' ,.la Land Company cow oflir for and their respective territories or ;low folly condemned the dominions of the otter', their of the commission, signed by the commissioners (uople were ordered to ascend the neighbor. and all its flitting honors was on the point of"
within respee-
rut'v. tin11'llJowii.g! : 1'ire Lands in Leon Cunt\.j I IIIi prizo of wr, or adjudged to Ii f'rf-.t..d fur" or tive citizens or subjects t-hall receive, as well for and attested l hy the officer adnnnisterrnj' the same. ing trees, that they might be able to trace the vanishing forever, he heard two faint
ltT.tn $'JutlI-I'tiiy I Eat, : l of the Sec. 3d. Belt further enacted, Thai said commi reports
of either
breach of the. mUlli'lplLll.w. parties rout of the lions in left the
Ihl'm-d\\1} u for their vessel and ctrl'ctllthe tame'si.tar.Ce case they cover. of a which he
i <-., !',23, 25, ."c. tW ,3i, 30-and frtclioiin unsold, I and oelyrigmg wholly: to their citi7Cti i or' fuhjetU sioneni, alter being duly sworn, shall visit the gun thought sounded from a
.: I which would be due to the inhabitants After beating about in the jungle for distance
I sometime but he
in MUiosii.5. 6. :, 10, 1,1 and 24.- j I rC'l'pecta'ely, arid of wl.ich: the master oth1.1 : different counties within their rel'pel"tivdil ; was totally at a Joss to account -

luTown' JS.i'Jth.raiip" I ::-I-ectlonl 1 J. !. 4, !!'.(' :at.o'; two-thrrdo of the crew tli :.lcoiiM.t of ine tf,t the country fli-H l b"where liable the accident.the hanpenx.They same charges and after due notice, shall proceed to receive the I the hunters started the two lordly stran.I for them. He learned after the affair

5, 2, 11 1 iM,2J 24. and rt iOI" of ( which the to pay counts of losses, sustained reason of Indian I The officers fired immediately and
. 12,11,14,15. !: :. ;itiZtt! or suhjetls of tl e country to I Ic and dues of salvage all the said inhabitant! would by I. gers. :i was over, that the reports were caused by
Ind m.In i hostilities! : and tI IDIJ receive and hear such legal of the lions fell rise '
to Hs'I
!-i-eJ bclo.ii LCI.; I in Isko one no more. his friend eutside of the
T 2 fiouth rri-e2 Fust-sect.U-.n5 30 and Ivl I the be liable t Pay a caac. testimony, as be presented by the claimants I jungle, who had
fliall: lie may
duties imports-
: .", Th:% tame paid on If the operations of hall require that the companion broke cover, and took off across flashed off some in
repair powder order
.1, end 1ract'"II' of 19, 2y tii'l L'J. I I rijlo tho of th<- Uiiitcd Suiet, of any ar- in each case, and award thereupon such amount as to be sure
mi ports
in Town 3 ii'iulh, range 2 tail- "ctionl C, 7, I j jtnd tic c., the growth, produce er manufacture of the :, whole or any part of tie cargo; be unloaded fee, they they may de-m jusl. (: the country. The officers now pursued him that the nipples of his rifle were clean.

: 'fraction* of :, JJ, H and i9. [ Krn//! Jcm of Ilanor or ot' ny otl.er country belonging ;( shall pay which no duties, of shall custom reload charges and or on, '! > ec. 4th. Be it further enacted, That said com j jl as fast as the nature of the ground would al. The two lieutenants were now hastening
the they carry away
luToftii' I S.n.hranjL-: \\'Nt-t'ctinrr 23,30 I t... llie GermanicnmetJ* ration and Ihe : part in the like cases by nationalvessel 1 mil'siollerllihall !have power to administer oaths to 'low, until they learned from the men who to his assistance, and he beard the welcome

J ::1,, 3:1;: J, 34 and fraction of 1 13, 20. 27, 2"i, 35 und K'ngrto.-n' i f PrusMa.from whaiMi yi'r ports of the except!.as ore payable witnesses,and to issue lomrnission to take iho depositions i were stationed in the trees, and who held up sound of feet approaching, but

6. haidVoutitry tIU! said *.ei>ses may drpa t, whether! It ill neverlhe. !. fs underitf>odtliat if, while the of persons residing without the limits of! flags by way of signal, that the lion had gone I' they were in the direction unfortunately
Tlio who'eofTown 2 South, range 1 West, exteclions ; ruL-li Fhall be in eM.cl.s of the United the Tcrnlory. wrong BJ the lion
'
'inpartalioir shill be unliden.and .
c.p/ : 2S, 26,35 and 3C. j Stales or rn lanlvenan'chI'lls' ; and the, ame duties \'c""el is under repair the cargo destrrcd receivepjods Sec. 5th. Be il further enacted That said commissioners back into the thicket. Upon this tbe three I was betwixt him and them. Aware that
to
Al 31.25 to fcl-50 per acre in current bills of theTsrtory. bhall, be paid on the importation into the port I Iof kept in duliM a pUee of which deposrlo have not been paid, the shall keep an exact record of all their officers returned to the edge of the jungle, i I if his friends fired the balls would hit bin .
j the on
Hanover, of articles the I II'tOlI proceedings and of the testimony taken befbe, and having dismounted from their horses after
I the Kingdom o' any liable to the charges and fees Inw. i got they had passed through the lion's
shall bc
There Lnnds offer advantages for pasture range 1 j' th rr manufaituro of the United'rtjtc cargo them and the amount awarded in cAch case, which the Woodhouse body,
produce
elephant
of such warehouses.Art. upon ; Capt. placing Capt. Woodhqnse
cdll.valitjn: and nuperinr Tin.bur. ]i[ : and ofevery other country of tte continent fully due to the keepers (did record ball be delivered by t lcm10 the Governor I quietly pronounced in a

t'u1: \ "fiay-:"htk will! lii required for half sections i <>f A"icr.,, and. the West' India. Islands.from, 9. The present treaty shall be in force for to be deposited in the Execntive Office. ',; himself in the hindermost seat. They now lowland subdued tone, "to the other sidel"-
i whllt'l
arid ",iiaJr! fractions of iieiiilia.! Ail pur'h.\'Ni '' hoexcr ports of the aid. C'lnitrieIhe i \f!"i-- ,'. may ',I i' the term of twelve years from the date hereof: and Sec. 6th. Be it further enacted, That before I proceeded towards the heart of the jungle, Hearing the voice they looked at the direction

titer lhc't may be m:ide on iho ii'ual terms t.f t tl.1V depart: whether bueii rrnporl'ition .hllbc; !1 i illIall' further until the end of twelve months after th. proceeding to receive and adjudicate said claims, tn the hope of rousing the royal fugitive a from whence it proceeded, and to their

;"! i I-1th fash, and I 1'J.aut. 3 'c;r- 5' Government of tne Unitad Stttes on the one pnrt the said lQ II ,I.11Ior. shall days noj .
'iipauUiil) (fc, in ) o t(>nan \tpiCh. or the ve>>n-ln.flli" United ate" : give thirty i, second time. They found him standing under borrow saw their brave
f.r (I''\li.clI1 ..ftIn: : o'.lirr: 3-4th>. : Th barnt: c..itrti. fchall bs '..iiiI, and the same: or llallf! 1 I Uanovi'ro-i J lli". other: j-hail hive given s j lice oi' the'plsce! and times, at which they pr' ;,o eLI ; bush with his face comrade in the

Lands m ran".c.1I ami Lion.mwtahli} excuvivryTur I ill.1.1 c. iiliowe: i J. on I ll.. xportatimi of any artijcc not ce fif $i''* intention of terminating tl." SHIDC. r',1: in ucrV iunty, to the District Attorney of,; a large directly to. j utmost need. Having made a circuit, they

cu.livation, will al\ > Ue sold: as II U.I.I, 011 appliciiion : the yrowth, 4'roduie or muniifjriuic: of thejKuifdour Art. 10. The present tre\tv sha'l I be approved I the United, MuU-*, (for the district in which said j wards them. The lion allowed them to ap. catuiously came up on the other sid., and

to John CornocLun. r.:.f. at ApalnchifoJj.or! i : : nf I Hsnover I: or fir UII)' other country tn.. and ratified, bv the President (If the United Slates r" county nay be sltualecJ.i j proach within range of his spring, and then ; Lieut. Delmain hose coolness in encounters

Hlf Suiisrnbor; and -tltrs! \ il$< l Jo(' j-rtfcrrcd( to till lOll::,"tg tn the (;terrnuriic Gonlcderalion and the :'of t Am ni.a hv' and \viU- H.. advico an'! consent of Han-' |i Sec 'thi. Be it furlhe. enacted. That it shall ( made a sudden dart at the elephant, clung on ; with wild beasts had always been

P'JTTIHU.P o1' their ettlcuitut\ ; ;jirontifu they niakt. i K'lj1d.: 10 ol 1'rtiFEii to tim. LU.t.1. 1 ttes, wlie-: their Senate; and l lay> his Majesty tinKrnr I :, tue th'' dity of Ihe Governor, to lay before! tie, next i' his trunk with a tremendous roar, and con
t h.. lc 'over anti the ratification ,Ihereofiih ill l! be exmr.r| the result: to linn woun.1| spicious, from a distance of'about a dozen
rat'ge liiuo.r such! slul! be ;ir vey.hclb of the ; Lcgis'aiue, reported by said
her 'lv'.rt""IIIII& ded him above the While
| !
1 of Herhn. within the of ten just 1 eye. was j fired the lion
yards at the
"rmer ,ptirrhasors from Company who are 'United Sutec, or in I I Uuniiverian !ein! departing 'eel l at the city if-fcc convniM.o'icitt. I over person of the

>'i rrnrb with the.r fuyineiilt! nro respectfully rejj t frum the : of Hanover and tho' same dulic. 1 months from this dale, or sooner il possible. Sec. -t l. Be it further enacted, That said eon,. !fin the act of doing this, the two Lieutenants' prostrate warrior.
!j"irs .
*<-''d in M-ttV w tn ilnSuljsrribrr.' or with Mr.Cfcrnociina bull be ....l.ld. and the maine bounties allowed on 1! In f<;ith wl.ereof: the r. !;.pctivp. plenipotentiarieshave iflib- i.urlrs sluli 1 rcLcivc: all ti/rnpensalion, for their ;, fired at him, but without success. The eleJ The lion merely quivered his head drop

during 'lie "c' :JII. '''II>, exportation .of any article: the growth, pro :' sijrned the above arlreies afiixed a thereto* well in thoscalsoJ F'enck aIn : .servrr, from tlll! cUimar.ts: I Ihc fum of one h.if, J pliant now shook him off, but the fierce and i ped upon the ground, and in ac instant be
anJ have lay
J. 15. DKOWN, duccor manufa'-lure of tlio Ur.ited : tales, *ud of i' l.tl2iihI' 1,1. ('opp.'rcellt. upon I t'.ie: whole smou'it claimed: sudden attack on the of the lion seemed'
part dead
the sisnature beside his
that intended
the tune -
derlarins al same victim.
A'"f.tp iicliic, !'a Lir.d C'llIpJny. ;irvcrv tn contlnc'nt.f Amcnei heir arm! :'o \idetIclwl'CU lhell1l.quaIlJ'llod said; cornpciisutun -
0Trt; at Mr.! lisr.iaru": : "*, TnlLhaJin 5" ; rd'th' tJtlltr.oultry: \Vst I Indi: on Ma.-ds: t., tin- K.rp.m. '! of ': in ihc two bnl.'ulII'S r-lull not Jicreatter! be :' miali bo paid: on presentation of said ,';' to: have throv him into the greatest cnnster.1

4 2* :'Hanover' whether' such exportation./ ,Mini! b" in 'cited UK a ;precedent nor in any manner prejudiceI I lelaim.anu the payment sli.ill in, nowise be depend- : nation. This was the first time he Truth.

) \ct-seln of tie United I I rontruelrnp parlies. ant Uionthe amount, awarded. 'I come in contact with so formidable an animal I
FflllTV IkOI 4 I Si a 5tS.. lift" fmm Jlaullvcrlan vcn"eli nr in al the city of Berlin, the | Some men says that wealth is power"md
from till of the United I| Done rnquadrupr.-ate 1 Sec.'JtU Be it further ei acted, That any two i! and much exertion was used before his riders II i
1Jr.'I'II f..r> oppreht-ndinc' Ni-proef Stslts, departing port of Lord that "
WILL twentieth day of May in the sear our ,', | f-r some talent is -and
( shi'il the power, some
of oath biard C' nlilute a
AC and P.LAllA.! so that 1 pt them I Stales,.__ .. .' 1- t__ : !I one tull"alld! c-i::hl hundred and forly,:rind the. six- i nitrniiNe.. ,a' recrivn: testimony. (lint quorum ll.at: the whole I succeeded in urging_ him on again in quest 1' lhat" know ledire is uower."-and othf>n tls#
aflllll.fr Ju.OOfor) eitiH-r. Isaac taxi away frtJ'l1 Art. Z$. r.c' rUf"er.of oilier) uuue" Fnan 01- ifflOIed I 1 y.fii'irlh of llm independence. c-t' the United States "1 be the time of of the lion. .At last he became somewhat II I 'J a V ----- baJa.
houin atiu th .f and lied Sl.it'-s of Ii.ardP.IiiiI presvnl deciding up authority n power, --but there b an
ny a la *ii'n |"e j :jcft. a pair of b'ue' rrncdMol'i' fl3n1al'onl'.l.! { any articles! tlio prowth,, produce, or marrifa-: < :I rf Ameficn.JIKNRV. : ','IIfATnrl[ s.' I t'II any aMrdSec. ,. i more tractable ; but as be was advancing ;; thegem that I would place on high above
: -
and aeoarso Jmi-fy \\ .i It-Y j jackl'l; i i. u'\irtt 5 feet :, I(.f the Kini.i. ofllanover! ; arid no hinher or other I, AUGU>TIS; 111: I1ERGF.t, [L SAnd ] lib.,al'i' BA resi it further nitton enacted.of That such commicsi in case | through the jungle, all of a sudden, the lion, I them all, when I would assert that truth U
d ;
of the or -
w S iuciic* titf''i ; >)'i'-akk'uick] wh ji I t-pokeu to ; I'uUr'' shall b* impo-n>d on the iinparlalion into hip ;' whercax the hiid treaty has been duly r.itr- for it shall any bo tho ofl!i which had lain concealed in the higo grass, power." Wealth cannot purchase __talent
provided duty
very murli b res-ptctive
both I Iimtn
Clft", It1 fid on part- the G v'rnor: to ( mf, |'d'fl'v h0lfn{ nbout three wek'j j produce or lI1anuf&clllre of lhe! V.ilt'd 6'Uteithan I Ihe same ere. exchnnped at the city of Ijerlin. ; iiotificd thereof ufucli''Ial'p'ill'JI'I.t i cers now lost all hopes of. keeping their dc.pliant ;
'tltlf"r\ i cfa iark toupotiwa ; low FtaturuaS ) 1ft or shall!l le payadie! on the like a'' ice! bcrnj' fUllrll'Clllh Jay of Novemlierns lhou-4ntl <; 'I I Ihe mcetiuir in order. He turned round abj .
Cn sliull be val.d until the next i quite
the ippraranre" ol l bein? crippled' when the \ the rowlh. produce, or manufatlnro of tny (other hundred an.I forty by Henry Wheutou Eni I.I.I I. I Felix, tremble at her presence. Cast her in
-i:iht .ei'i'.lativeCoui'Cil.! j
"alka; ana "hnn he ran off had on a zrpcl\ bornbit I ol fie: I j; ruptly, and was going away quite ungovern.
foreign rounlry.Xa viw Kxiraordu: IIn.1 I Minif-ler Pl nil otrr.lMryof t sevenfold heated furnace of the
ary Thst the tyrant'sI
iire. From his tlireaU, i.iadc some li.nc j I IwlY I IL'd. lusher or other duties and char (-1 kluli 1 be i the Uni'ed,' Slate. at the Court o<" Prussia and grc.lllh. Be It further einctcd. Govcrixniay -!t able, when .the lion ugain sprang at him, sei. wrath her into
fur commissioner -fling the most tremendous
I cause: remove
I am apj>rfhenive they are making their iaipot-eJ in the United fctaic; ', un the exportation dc Bl'r r.fn\"r.j. Exlraordmaiy and Mm.Ister : any 'I i zed his hinder parts with his teeth, and hung
; of the ul'itive Council, but
buck 1 i of Hanover, ill Augustus dufintnc, icceMi Le! billows of popular commotion-she mounts
inll. ,
to North Caro of a"y nrlic'c-t! I tic IC.id.xii: o of JIw I Hanovenan' Majesty them until the
Vet. 12 20 tf. P... 1 H. CROW 1:1..1. t ha. Ooer, on the exportation of any. articles U<) the I'lenipc.tenliarv tie! of their respective (lie raise of such removal shall be submitted by i i on affrighted animal managedto aloft in the ark upon the summit of the deluge.
at the same court, on part bun tho saii Legislature, at their next annualI shake him off by incessant .
-- kicking.
A'i'--PIC'r 't' S LE \ United Stales, than null 01 are or lmll be payableon : I She is the ministering spirit who sheds on
Governments I for their disapproval.j
A LIKILY: NKGROVOMAN, .b ,ui1vjetrW the exportation of l'ie'! like artrcle i'* any other I Now therefore, be it known, that I.\farlin: Van j rnceUC approval Approved or 24lh Feb. 1341. The lion retreated farther into the thicket; man that bright and indestructible principle of

and her buy 3 years old. The woman i i.a i. I foreign eountr). Bwen, President of the United Slates of Arne,ira, Capt. Woodhouse, in the meantime firing i life, which is given by its mighty author to p

brat rale Cook Washer and Ironer- honei-t : No prohibition shill be imposed on the exporta. I have caused the said treaty to be made public to an.': random shot at him, which proved of no avail ,
I
the f .' O. .-An Act to amend an lei, entitled, illuminate and to inspire the immortal soul'. .
and lIalo for fault of articles, growth, and clause and article -
;
for
no
bUIL"'urlby' and offered tOI1 or unportatiori any the end that the same every ''as the jolting of the and the
elephant
,
States 8t to incorporate the City of Apalachicola. uproar and which like Himself is the
United or ,
Apply at this office. \I produce, or manufacture of the thereof may bo observed and fulfilled with same yesterday
_j'n. 30. 27 tf ._ the Kingdom of Hanover to or from the porte of good faith by the United Slates and the citizensthereof St. 1st. Be it enacted l hJ the Governor and Logislaive i of the moment prevented him from taking a to-day and forever." When the mould
_
--_ fctid Kingdom or tho eaid United States, which shall Coancil of Iho Terrilory of Florida, That j steady aim. No exertions on the part of the has been long all
heaped on the
10 Dollars Reward. 19th ult. not equally extend to all other nations. In witness whereof, have hereunto my hand 10 n ch of the 7th section of the act, to which this I[, officers could now induce the elephant to wealth and talent pride of
the a ,
CJTOLE.V from Talloliaw on I knowledge and
The preceding articles are not applicableto caused the seal of tho United Statesto is anamendment, as gives lo the Mayor of tho authority-
5 ArU 4. and face bis fierce foe and found themselves
Dark Mare Mole in low order and miy they when earth and heaven
Bay iho coasting trade and navigation of the High be affixed. Done at the city of Was!,. City,( Apalachicola, an annual salary ohms Ihou- itself shall hare pass.

nurkiol wappon get? about her. Any i inlorfc Contracting Parties which are pectirely re- this second day of January, in thicyearof sandloilsrs.be repealed, and that the said Mayor reduced to the necessity of dismounting. ed away, truth shall arise like the angea on
LLIei1 roupcctinj b.r. will b, thaakfully received f rL. s.) mgton of two hundred and Determined, however to come to still! oloser
IJlti Hie above reward will be JJ'IVOB on her delivery nerved by each exchiMvely to its own citizens orutjecU. our Lord one thousand eight hun shallieceive, a yearly salary Mahoah sacrifice, upon the flame of na

tthis office.J. a dred and forty-one. and of the independence fifty bllars. quarters with the formidable king of quadru. ture's funeral pyre, and ascend to the

J. Art. 5. No priority or preference hall be given of the United Stales the .ixty. flb. Approved- 3d March, 1841. pedi, Capt. Woodhouse took the desperate her heaven and her home-the bosom source of the,

1841.lIIaraball' by either of the Contracting Parlie nor by any M. VAN BUKRN. I resolution foot in of him .
Sale. acting on their bo. NO.26.-Ar Act to authorise the Brunswick sod to proceed on quest ; Holy and Eternal God I
corporation or agent tbe President :
Virtw ole writ of lien Facias, issued out I'I'By company half. or o, .der their authority in the purchase fa..y By JOHN FoasiTH, Secretary of State. Fkrida Rail Road Company, iucorporated by and after searching some time.he observedthe

of Leon; Superior Court and to me direct : article o ( commerce lawfully imported on ac. III Legislature of the Stale of Georgia, to con. lion indistinctly through the bushes, and At1eu.This .

*d, i.i whicli Peter H. Swtiui is plaintiff, and Fred- !I count or in reference to the national character of LAWS OP THE TERRITORY- stpcl a Rail Road through the Territory of Flo discharged his rifle at him, but,was pretty.

nck. Grrardiij j a defendant, I have levied upon, i the vusel. whether it U of the one party or of the [BY AUTHORITY.] rir*. well convinced ;that' be had not hit him, for is an expression of farewell, faafliaj.

tod on',Tuesday Ibelllh day of May next, at thttiCmtrt other in which such article was imported. Patted at the Nineteenth Session of the Leg. vtiereoi. the Congress of the United States, by be the lion retire with tbe utmost ly used by all classes of people ; but its d ri.

H >u4 j in T&tkhtssee between the JeallhOlar"llban eack the Territory Florida. Jl.nDHYU.: 1837, has to saw compo.ure ration which is
Art. 6. The Contracting Parties grant to illative Council of oj an (t approved granted a beautiful one, is not feair.
into the thickest of the brake. The
Marks .
the House at St. i ias part
cell
proceed t other the liberty of having each in the ports of th"Brunswick and Florida Rail Road Company ally known. It comes from the French
IiOwn the St. Marks Hotel' with all its who bad remained the wort
appur- of through the public lands or this two lieutenants, at out.
rice couture, and com theright f
eno..ll, entitled An ctconstituting
agents amend act ;
other diets
the 21. An Act to an a, -to God-implyfcg. I .
9; tofttlter.Mrifli all claim tod right to the NO. their depkrtffrom
miwoMn of their own appointments who boll. Board of Wardens Commission- T'lilory.Sw. aide of the jungle joined companiononhearing
W kvjed } U oold J.o satisfy said writMOtdtg ; a Be it therefore enacted the Govern you, but leave
you
apaij.aw. enjoy the same prinltfe and power M those of of Ptlotaf and Commissioners of Wrecks, lit. by the report of his gun. to.th.1ptccb.n.tH411;
; JO 7" nations; bat if tnT of the saidconsuls'shall era and ether or en&Ultfttire Council! of the Territory of Flo ven.
LEIGH REID. Mtrsbalf. j 0.- wait favored "e. for the Port of JaeksarriHe, pla The."ather..u.jnt.1efabJv. sultry. Af-
on trade, they shall be subjected
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iztrftdA1Iry esaacitiuioa the Maik. -wot !
.of.a. ;was rapidly taking place. Every .tb ud .Throwing off I that t,
: rTHE.FLon the idleness the when a fcw
individuals
CafteiExuU D.t the circulation of 1 Correspondentof tl ber. disip.tlion, who are aJmo.t
: .. was adopted equalize. | 'The;: Washington ; without
( !i iof scruple
t John wu execut!l al: Lou 11le, the Wood, and save. the patient from the-tern.t "-TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA:: Y.. Express, no doubt by order, iibeginningto the disregard of premises and the obligation er for banking associate themselrta topb.
.1 Ky., on thejjth instant for the'murder Iwo of sad of I' purposes, and inv.l,. by lheir
consequence so a catastrophe m3sk in which vhig ontrac ,the.ungovernable:spirit game shameful
"' assist in raising the misconduct the fortunes
flal-boat own. The LouisVille'City Gazelle iti vain. The blood Vessels of the EDWARD R. GIBSON; EDITOR. up and con.
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the
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//bead during the bling it spreads through
the
Stffitk and speculation promise
give* the 'annexed circurrisian.cea ism dressed itself at the happiness hundreds. of &miK
I extraordinary were enormously distended, and his .eye ape Saturday, Hay 99 1841 .i
i t the
in the be to most unat. no wonder
we that the
{ country, mt st. apparent blame
succeedeu say
attending with the last Having M transfer
\ an experiment. plnn.ae peared to the balls of clodded blood. His campaign. ,
red in the
,Indian Murders. tentive observer. minds of the sufferers
$ battery: of further use from&be.ra..
t : system was immediately thrown Into direful election of President, it is no

i White'*'Retvscitation,or wonders. of 2tlag. synsms, and,he died in a few minutes.in the Au individual was shot by the,Indians on and is now to be laid aside. The correspondent The Stray .*4OOOOO cality of of dishonest individuals,_ to the 1rbu1e

..ntftm.--.lt: is generally considered thtt most excruciating agony.CENSUS the 3d inst near Pilatktl., East Florida.A t Seems to be involved more and more inmystery. system Banking ; 'tad".yel tins 1oau.

.\Vhitg8 i, e execution yesterday, was not in the person by the name of Livingston was ,>* says : I f The only thing certain in the matter country with these cannot dispense with Banks hP;
OF 18<10. The topics that will then be brought up. Institutions, precisely a* with
most approved style for die mere pleasure of murdered by them on or near the Ocilla, a to N. Biddle !- er
and paid
tit the Tariff of Revenue is JhaJ they were thing
or
1 Knot'i Complete! Census of the U: S.for 1840. on carpet are-a cry occupation elsewhere. Disboiu
operation. The .by some manoeu few days ago. He was barbarously! man. Protection National Bank-and the dis. by the committee to explain esty is the
cai'ed same where
of : When upon every in
the
We have pleasure whiter
vre, instead of being fixed by his ear, where presenting nur **
it would have facilitated, the breaking of his readers with the complete aggregate result of gled. ____ tribution of the proceeds of the Public Lands. he makes no answer. In one of his I I manner i it exerts itelfand where it is pred Z

.1 neck, happened to come in his face,by which the Census for 1840, and we believe we are _.Judc; Ealch. These are the leading and great measures, letters he says hewev",r;that the committee inant, it is sure to leave its impress.

means the'choking was of the most imperfect the first to give it entire. The Secretary of The Star, with that falsehood and malignity which will be reserved for the extra session the, know how it had been cxp nded. The committee .I In Irany Instances we read of deliberate

$ tort. .1I!''hung squirming and kicking a long State furnished all the .returns he had to the which renders it disgusting to every generous and upon which the country will and expect indicate ,, deny it. Mr. Biddle! says that Mr- cases used of fraud-in others, money has beta'
officers
administration of
I to come out by Banks
new with
I the
fjIf' tirnebefc lie surrendered and Houso Representatives. By the politenessof I eyideni
: occasionally mind its abuse Balch committeeall
( pours upon Judge for the
the tell
i its policy. The time of convoking ex. Copperthwaite offered to intention of restoring it but what
Cist with I ;
forth blasts his Mr.\ we are furnished these. a
'from mouth and nostrils. I naaer
A.gave After hanging about: .two minutes They lack, however, three States and several I not holding the April term of the Superior tra session will, it is supposed, be earlJ. The about it, Mr. Lippincott of the committee I able apology it is for premiated guilt to sty jT

he was cut down and conveyed twenty to be, countiesofwhich we have the States and part Court for this county, and imputes to him the middle of May or the 1st of June are men- says in a letter to the stockholders, that (thisis I was not expected that it would ever be know-

away, basest motives. The falsehood of this is tioned, as the period at which the second "a I This plunder of the
no.
'experimented upon by philosophers and ana. of the defective returns from local papers. fib, and that Mr. Copperthwaite offered I, property ofotBertTi '
We shall first the totals, with the ratio of torieus. The Judge physically incapacitated meeting of Congress will be fixed. :trenches of trust, are not discountenanced
'tom lts. He was an excellent subject! for give to tell all he knew about it, which was, that ui

experiment upon, as the execution was such increase for each, and hereafter furnish some' i by disease, from holding the court. Ever The whigs must now indicate their poli. he knew nothing at all. I i I they should be. His life is passed j ia the
table tables. I A Tariff for Revenue PROTECTION I midst o'sngtrs and excitement
a
cy. ,tud
that had taken comparative the Madison he
had
no disorganization place.- since. court, suffered un. made of the clerk it is found'
e 1830. 1840.lat.. i have tariff Upon enquiry he assails his victims, he does )it like
The face of the corps did not look half BO in. der serious derangement of the biliary It is not enough to a a briT'

bad as the)' generally\ do, and in fact he was Maine, 399,462 501,796 26 p.c. almost organs for revenue, but there must be one also for that the vouchers are all destroyed" but by man, sword and piMol in hand, with t full

I considered not much different from a man Massa'setts, 610,014 737,468 21 accompanied by continual feverwhich The northern have whose order, and the why and wherefore has knowledge of the risk which he rani. 8
whigs
t 1 twenty minutes drownded. N.Hamps're, 269,533 284,481 5 debilitated him very much. We believe that "protection. it not as yet leaked it Oh\! precious set awn life is exposed tu imminent danger. He,

I h./Tbe poles of b powerful Galvanic pile, Vermont, .280,079 291,849 4 the fatigue and excitement consequent; on found it so easy in the last electioneering con. of rogues and ," financiers !" is often impelled to the act by dire necetstfr

t.1L which had been prepared for the occasion, R. Island, 99,216 108,827 12: holding a court for a single day, would have test, to befool and bamboozle the so.ith, that Increase of Crim{. and although he may transgress law.. !fcjjj

Connecticut 297,911 310,023 they think it useless longer even to at. human and divine, we are constrained::
Ii
t were immediately applied to him, and to the brought on disease, compelling an adjourn., any Not a mail arrives but brings us several ton:

L" unutterable joy of'all! present. with the mqst IWYork, 1,913,518 2,432,835 27 ment of the court, and a severe attack of tempt to conceal their ultimate objects. the increase of spect his courage, and often to honour him.
.. of New Jersey, 320,779 372,352 16 journals noticing alarming for the exercise of noble and
On the first
be magnanimous,
perfect success. application almost Will they succeed 1 Will they able to
bilious fever would have been the certain I
crime. The demoralization of the is
I r i the fluid to )hit body, which was yet warm Penn. 1,347.672 1,700,000 27 continue the delusion under which the country qualities. But these othei robberies by offi.
peo.
4!, and Iremb lug, a universal tremor seemed to Delaware, 76,730' 78,120 2 consequence. Convinced as the Judgewas going on at a rate calculated to create the cers of Banks-by those who are abundantlypaid -

;,* pas over.his, frame, and fancy, if fancy you Maryland 446,913 467,577 lZ! that this would be the result, it would! pIe of the south are now act.ngnd through most serious & alarming apprehensions in the for protecting the interest of ethers, are

i b caD, ,the surprise, the astonishment of all, Virginia, 1,211,272 1,231,444 2' have been the height of felly in him to have I which they have placed the power of Gov. honest and virtuous. The fact is undeniablewe such as should receive the indignant repro.

1 i .when of a sudden: he arose up.m his bench to N. Carolina, 738,470 753,110 2 held the court.Whore I eminent in the hands of those who have never have now on our table a weekly journal bation of every honest man. And this is not

..1 1 a sitting posture, and with great eagernej-s S. Carolina, 581,458 594,439 2 either Judge Balch, or the general : used it but to plunder and oppress. Will which contains accounts or notices of some all ; those who venture upon roguery should() )

h.. and impatience,raised his hands tu his neck, Georgia[ 516,467 618,166 20 I the south permit the concentrated and associated be made to.feel by the force of the laws,that
character of the Star is known, these remarks or more murrers: homicides, forgeries :
Alabama 308.997 55 twenty there is a difference between '
trying to grasp the scar in his fingers and tear 470,444 of the to suit an honest man
:i'' it frornhis. throat ? He first snatched at it Mississippi, 136,806 376,099 192 would be superfluous. They are intendedfor I its money power interests country. from j i robberies berglary and swindlings. Crime and a rogue.-Savannah Republican.

1;( with great rashness though the rope was Louisiana, 215,572 249,638 those who arc not acquainted with either. awn peculiar Judghg j is coming on the land like pestilence," as it

!P' yet around his neck, and then continued some. \[Tennessee, 684,822 823,007 20J ---- -- -- I what has just past, we should say it would i most appropriately termed by the Charleston The St. Louis Murder and Arson.
!. Party JVnincs. and submit burthen I We see by the last N. O. Bulletin, that
the
lie moments picking at the seam with his fingers,, Kentucky, 688,884 777.359 13 tamely quietly to any put :Mercury.
; The Federal Aristocratic Bank ;
'Ohio 937,679 1,515,695 62! Paper,I it it that restrained murder and arson at St. Louis, which excited
not are
we
I.t as though.it was something that adhered to i upon were
l What i is to be the end of it'r? and when is
Stock curious and
I: his throat, giving him great. tnSine! :f. But !Indiana, 341,582 683,414 100" Jobbing Party, are very a from thinking so by a sort of religious confi. so much feeling iu that city, was perpetratedby
it to end ? Not until the cause i is remored.
,! this sytapton was soon forgotten, for almost I Illinois, 157,575 445.475 183 fancifu: in names. dence, that such is not to be the fate of this I three colored individuals who had left the

; the next moment, )rje arose upon his feet, raised Michigan: 31,260 211,705 590 They first tried Federalist" American people.We We publish from the Charleston Mercury, city. Officers of justice had been despatch. .

I, : hi arms level with his breast, and opening Missouri\ 140,074 363,761 160 I That began to be ordious.At that the Columbus Enquirer and Savannah Re 'ubli- ed after them in the different directions ia

i his blood shot eyes, gave forth from his Arkansas, 30,383 85,642 220 I the c jmmencement of the war with cannot help thinking cause of I can, short extracts from articles in those pa- which fled.
: mouth terrific screech after which his Wisconsin, 30,692 II religion, morality and good government, must they had 20,000 dollars reward
a most : as indicitive of tin* feelings of some
it Great Britain took the .. pers
of Fed.
It. chest worked as if in respiration, in a very I Iowa, 43,035; I eral they" name march onward, and not retrograde, ad con. portions of the: public press.The had been offered for their discovery and ap.

:' violent manner. Every one at this minute Florida, :34,729 no returns I Republicans. scqucntly that the designs of that power prehension. A colored man in the city t ta<

:: was as mute as death, every breath was for a Columbia, 99,855 43,012 10 I That soon began to stink in the nostrils of which in its! combinations, has carried plunder j Pcsrih .lc whom they had related the facts and circum.

:/ raiment suspended, when E. D. exclaimed, people. The events of the war made them and misrule and oppression, over the Bulwerin his Night and 1 Morning hns re- stances connected with the murder, comma-
u by heaven's !hws alive !" Too great was Totals, 12,650,171 10,421C01 33 p.c. abandon it. '
n. t I world, is destined here in this western( rld, poatfd a rrflection made by earlier writers on njcated it to the police.
I the excitement intense and was They then took the of "
too absorbing nane; NationalRepublicans. the contagiousness of crime. It has been .
1 'the interest and wonder, enjoyed and felt by *One county, and part of another in Penn. 'I ." lit these United States, to have its just and remarked that noted cases of suicide are .lIiTricks; and Deceptlou.

attention for to sylvania were wanting, for which, however, The limits! affixed lo it, and be no longer gen. The St.
all, to allow time a reply people put that down, and they hadno | proper erally followed by imitations throughout the Angustine News unites with the

the remark. Every eye was rivited upon \\e have added their proportions. name. J suffered to plunder and oppress at its ill audi Briish! kingdom ; and that murder and other Sur and the Florida Journal, in publishingthe

r the agitated and shaking corpse. The operator i Some small! counties are wanting in G eor. j j I Then Webb of the New York Courier,, i! pleasure. No it cannot be, and the Demo. ; heinous crimes have a similar selfproduclivej grosser misrepresentations relative to the

I. continued to let upon it a full quantum giil; but probably contain but few inhabitants.\ : (he who got 52,000dohlarsoutofN. Middle's'j 1 cracy may& and will go on, confident of ulti. j, Maturin, in the Fatal Revenge or election. The Editor of the News basso
of the fluid till the action its JThe Western District Louisiana is omit.
nerves galvanic becoming so,powerful that it upon made a j ted. This, with Florida, also omitted, will' breeches pocket, which he happened to hare;j I mate success in showing the people v hat .aro I I. family of Montorio, a story of thrilling inter. got his hand in that he cannot stop. and he is

tremendous bound, leaping by a sort of an makeup about 150.000, to be added to the there BO very opportunely) dubbed them li j I their real! friends, j est to juvenile readers of romance, exhibitstwo keeping it up after the election: is over. Hear
: I Whigs." t __ u___ noble and virtuous youths, wrought toj I
.t imperfect plunge, into a corner. of the room, sum total. of hllllloralit of murder I!him :
Progress frenzy by mysterious suggestions
I
disengaging itself entirely from the wires The Census now taken is the sixth since They now wish to get clear of that, and CAeerzn
The Savannah Republican asserts that : hearing the horrible word sylabled in mid .r-Account3 from all parts of
which communicated the galvanism.All the adoption of the Constitution, and shows take some other name. Several of their|I Middle Florida heard from'are' in
"For the last twelve the scale of night whispers-or moaned as by airy ton decidedly :
years
immediately drew around the body.- conclusively that the population of the United Journals have come out decidedly I that it'I I morals has bern declining, until common gues into their ears at waking, until at lasr favor of Charles Downing, the Democratic
For a moment after its fall, it seemed per- States moves on with the same uniform law l Div,
would be in the Whig ion Candidate. Private adtices
politic to
party assume some; { honesty, instead of being a common attribute they are excited to perpetuate the crime upon I
and dead. Dr. D. of without reference .
motionless progression to
fectly approached emigration other name that will be more taking with the I to mau, is becoming a rare virtue." upon their own father. It has been remarked !1 1thnt i from 31iddlo and West represent him. as the
,
und taking! hold of his arm, announcedthat disease or any other cause. This l.iw prominent candidade.".
hetlauht he fcta! is an increase of one-third of the people. This evinces a terrible state of things-a familiarity with the leadiiis,; Whigs at!.
slight. though single existing! I
beat of the pulse. The i "''Y'."". ooeratorWM : population for each period often years.- They have.not decided hlwe'erhllt the great and grievous change in the moral condition Washington has produced a most lamentable :|I How contemptible F

just going to rrarge his machine to \..tnCJnllUtU en,vlIl.r.... name is to he. Perhans} when they meet in of the country. There bo ..--- depreciatio-i: in the characters. of youngermeiiiuci.i Again :
/ may : ur Will nol :
when Dr. 1). : conciato: cu MIC r xtra Session, they will decide ., maim I, .c waste; "vve are glaa to learn both
him another charge, again We dare from
give exaggeration itt it. there is. private.
l ANECDOTE:: OF BKA:- T.-In Col Stone's say words in depicting the wide spreading debasement ;'
r exclaimed, He is-he is alive he sighs "L fe of Brant" is the following interesting on the matter._- I There must be. But then there must be some which has ensued from the greallie-i* advices and through the public priiits that
* the
t he breathes!" And, true enough, he did sigh; anecdote of that celebrated' Mohawk Chief. The Extra Session.In strong foundation for an assertion of this kind, which the Whig party has been and is. Eve-,: question in of Division has" many warm ad.
Middle
t he gave a long (gasp, and at the same time The incident occurred while he was sojourn.ing a few more days the Extia Session 01|f bciore any public journalist would venture ry nnil: from every quarter of the land comes | vocates Florida.
his h l\d.- | Who believes
and word
of this I
gently waving right a
9 raising in England, and mingling in the fashion. Congress will commence. Two unforseen making it. teeming with records of secret fiud and ;:
of minutes upon
le
continued for ,
His signs a .c upl able circles, of the Metrop _lis :- circumstances are likely to render it abortive. open ruffianism and mercenary falsehood, Tho News also publishes from the Star
of the kind
frame
whole
ceased'entirel His! Something same appeared some
when
they ) his cheat I During his stay in London, a grand fan. Tho death of General; Harrison and the at-, .:___ __ u .L :_ _1 _______ _,. .L 't'L and cowardly murder, with unblushing avow. some manufactured corresnondence. that pot
seemed; ; to be somewhat trembled agitated and; he; occ cy ball, or masquerade: was got up with cession of Mr. Tyler, and- ';the- explosion- "o WHO ago in me oiuciui organ ui me H uig ab of financiering or roguery on a large;I I! Augustine too late Ito to be used-at Qif;;
his fl'
heaved, legs ion.1 great splendor and numerous'y' attended by party at Washington, on which we comment. I scale' practised with impugm'ty by the reputedrich
These effects \ the United States Bank. A election, in which it is stated.
raised his right arm. principal object
ally the nobility and gentry. Capt. Brant, at the ed some months ago. and of forgery and burglary
suppose* to be caused! by the powerful in flu. I i instanCe (if Earl Maria, was also present, of the Extra Session, was to depo ite the The Republican fixes the commencementof p ed in humble but dangerous perpetuat.j Escambia will go for Downing."

ence of the galvanic. fluid upon the nerves. i richly dressed in tho costume of his nation, public monies in the Bank of the United this deterioration of public morals!, just I.j I men, who, being poor are obnoxious to POO'j lie is stronger in Middle Florida tksa

None of thete movements were yet supposed I mask but half of States. penalties of law. Look "
wearing no painting one To effect that object it must be done at Tallahassee-look ever.
twelve That it to the
ot life. It was con years ago. brings just (
action .
attributable to the his face. His nodded as proudly in j at Mi>sisippi-look at P look
plumes iludelphia- atI What the
.
of nature as soon as possible. To wait until the regular I'commencement of Gen. Jackson's adminis. ought ptople to think of such
sidered that the anjmai.in.J principle
his as though the blood of a hundred I. Wall street. See how peripatetic
session Jinanciers
cap would not do. the bank could I journals ? What
be as ij fo be the effect the
had left his frame could never again :it rat ion, and the turning out of Mr.: Adams : on
anu Perries coareed through his veins, and his : have spread the contagion to New Orleans, i
festered. -Why ;t.t) A.'e not people who tomahawk glistened in his girdle like burnished not, without the public deposi es, keep en un. i j I and the National Republicans-alias Whigs. Buffalo and Cincinnati, and even to Boston. public mind, ijnd on the press by such a system

have been longer deprived'f life( than he silver. There was, likewise, in I the gay til that period. It was fcund that without i| '1 he object is, to throw the blame of this demoralization -:j Texas is in dange" being corrupted by the : of falsehood and deception.
l had been often times rest red Then why the deposites and that too in short time the i'
a
ueshons. and gallant throng. a stately Turkish diplomatof iI I I I on the administration of the Ge. ;i influx from the States. Ought not the news. Down with them Put dewn the

may he not be resuscitated J wer," aU. In rank, accompanied by two houris. whose I tank must explode, and therefore, the Extra i;ineral I Government. paper press to be silenced in mercy to mankind Traitors !

that seemed to engage the minds 01" attention was particularly ,attracted by the Session was decided on. i i to save the rising generation from the
Dr. i! There is however much seated The Fbi ida Journal, the special of
the height of anxiety and suspense, a deeper organ
very of the chieftain's sin. knowledge of
grotesque apprarence But there were others who this too. things, familiarity with which
D. announced that he could feel fejibleeations. p1 saw .. cause than! that which this unprincipled party the'ard division of the Wh igs in the West,
gular, and, as he supposed, fantastic attire The condition must soil the purity of innocunce ?
A of =broken looking gla.ItS desperate of the bank was Those calls on the Whigs to Put down the small
piece j The pageant was a brilliant as the imagina. I press proclaims. who will look back : Charleston Courier. ,

was immediately held before his nostrils tioif could desire ; but among the whole mot. known to the business men of the. country, I to years anterior to the commencement of the clique in Tallahassee, who profess to be-

_ which was instantly covered with a c1oud.-1 I I and all who had claims, afraid to wait, and : "
he| throng of prilgrims and warriors, hermits Jackson administration, will see the gradual State of Socict--Declillc of Morals. whigs, &c., &c.

He breathes 1 he breathes 1" was the unan., and shepherds, knights, da.i sela and gypsies, some perhaps uuble to wait, were inducedto combination of the elements producing this The rapid increase of crime in every section Mash them !" says the Journal. Very
imous shout. All was th. most intense anxiety .w'aa to the of f the Muesulman themselves of the is
the
,
there eye no secure by demandihgfayment. country, now most important the
for some seconds, when the motion of fearful demoralizition. It is true, it was well mash them put the br,td T and
character' picturesque and strinkingas that We think it is probable too, that subject to which the consideration of
_ his chest, as if in the act of respiration, became of the Moh..""* ; which being natural appear. very some I quickened into action, shortly after the comi moralists can be directed. The fearful con. E. H. (Eleventh Hour) upon them and set
anxious
v ib"Hi.\ pulse,"said Dr. D. does persons not very to see tho Btnk of of the them adrift to seek their fortunes in the wide
ed to be the "bwt t made up. He scrutinizedthe i I mrncemeiit action but thU was only sequences involved in its nnstayed progress, ,
the United States the
now certainly beat ; lo! he at the same instant chief ck)se.'y' and mistaken his rougeet get public depvsitcst the ripening of the fruit from seed sown be. are sufficient to alarm the fears of every world oi politics, unblessed by the smiles of

exc1aime ,"he opens his eyes!" noir Complexion very I ir a painted visor, the and perhaps be re-chartered as a Naiona'' I fore. It was the wide spread branches of good man, and call on him in a voice not to approbation: of the Journal, and its backers.
And horrible. indeed, were those eyes to Bank, and wanting a share of the plindcr be unheeded
o.r handlehis
attempting to to arouse from the slothfulness the
Turk took the'Jiberh' 03The: of
( the banking system, stimulated into active tender heart of the Editor
look He rolled them in their
upon wildly Br ni had o/ Course, watched the themselves, and a bank to located in their of inactivity, and wage battle with the monster this
nose. I exertion the of Journal, must be filled with anguish at
sockets, occasionally closing them, and giving by hopes the plunder of the
workings of his observation', ', and felt in the own ne.ghborhood, may have helpec the of many shapes which is now traversing
I
most terrifice scowls In about five Revenue. severance from old friends.
i i Surplus
humor of a little sport. lYo sooner, !there matter along by joining in the ruin 01 the i i the length and breadth of the land. In view

minutes hit! breathing he became tolerably breath free fore, had Hassan touched his: facial point of bank. It would but bo repaying the Bank I Look at the wonderful increase of thc i':, of the extraordinary license every where We are far from being alarmists, and we

quent-probably would give one honor, under the mistaken' idea ihst it was of bank system! The people seemed all struck given to vice and immorality.the brutal crimes have always been disposed to contemn the efforts
of the United States for its
Mhen a healthy man would give four.. His attempt to [beak
S no better material than lh. parchmen* nose ofa with a monomania. Banks Banks Banks perpetrated with impugnity, and almost with of Northern Abolitionists as abortive,on
breathing Jjewever, rapidly increased in frequency the New York Banks, by selling the (famous
than the ch.'eftain public approbation. the disgusting scenes dai. of their but when such
and Dr. D. Strasbourg trumpeter, There had before been a rapid increase in the account impotency ;
strengh, began .to speakto made the hall resound with .Vis appalin!," {var- drafts on Hollinguer& Co., some tvo years number and in the : ly transpiring in the very face of society, the noxious doctrines are promujgnted! by :the
but he of
biro, no indicatjons that he capital these institu
gave whoop and at, the same instant the tOl.* a!'' since. unbridled propensity of thousands to commit Executive of the greatest State in the Union

heard a' word. He looked 'upn the scene awk leaped from his girdleand fiished around Be that however as it may, the run on the tions. But now-stimulated by the prospectof ;; acts of petty dishonesty and violence, the it is time for us to awake from what may be a
around ; with the indiffer.ence .
Jam most deathly I 1
alive to A the Mussulman's head as though his goon bauk rutiulted as we have seen. Hud it ta. 40 millions of surplus revenue, the spiritof restless disposition every where apparent, to false security."-Macon Messenger.
seemingly
was tne upon bis foot. He nothing.moved his pin foot master, the Sultan, in a minute more, would I.i k"'n :lace sooner, there would have tweri no gambling took possession of the people- ,, throw into off all moral restraint and plunge at Ah you are thinking about washing up
; be relieved from future trouble in taking and its f followed the once the commission ('t.1'acts involving an the
added to
any necessary consequence -
though qpt very suddenly, and resented the | Extra Session.The4"e I now are you ? After having
with horrible it off. Such a frightful cry had never before.. demoralization of the community nnd ruin of utter destitution\ of principle, in view of all of Aboli.tionism .
act a frown but a frown con. was, however, another objcc. It this, and tho rapid acceleration moral force, the political influence

taining something. or sadness. His action rung though that salon of fashion ; and j cru'r'er another National Bank The : hundreds of thousands. ;i j decline of public morals, given to the after shouting and hurraying at lack
breaking suddenly, and with startling wifd. was to may we not predict
loon began to take on a more energetic char : had tasted the ofiuch I It i is of no use to deny it. The deteiora. j: that unless; is of the Abolitionists are now be-
#- acter. He began again to' feel of his neck ness upon the ears of the merry throng, its whig PQlitic.al' : sweets something speedily done to arrest victory you

and work his body, as though in, the severest effect( was prodigious. The Turk himself an institution. A u overdraw of 28,000dol.. : tion of public morals is too obvious to be call. and turn back the fearful tide", public vir. gi.ming to think about washing up,and telling

trembled with terror while the female ed in question. Those who are old tue will soon be swallowed np in the vortexof the the truth after long deceived .
agony. Young L, a medical student of Dr. ; ma lars on a loan ().f $200,000 to specula in enough crime.It people having so

S., approached him, and taking held of his queri-the gentle shepherdness and fortune land tit bifc t not to be laughed : can look back and see that its commence. J is them by gross misrepresentations.
were
and ..heulderVhite his feet telling crones,Turks, Jews and gypsies, bear. I j scrip, : ment is over twelve It tins in really alarming to look around us and dan
arm roso years. This of the
upon leaders and their bears, Fallstaff friars and :' They had fall how tha 8\ 'eel bait III the v\t\ every i see the effects of such a state of thing as pretence just now seeing

> took too steps, being thus supported, andseated fortune tellers, Sultans, nurses and Colum. J of the National would dr,xw support tojie place been cotemporary with an increase of, they begin to develope themselves. The gerous consequences :esultir. to the Union

himself in an arm chair. On seating bines, shrieked, screamed and scudded that had the disposal e1it*, and a '.the banking system. I catalogue of crime is receiving new acces. from the progress of Abolitionism, is pitiful
himself be muscles away .pqt.
his
party .
gave a slight groan, If the cause of this state of be sions every day. Scarcely do in the and
though the Mohawks had broken into the until things not we recover extreme. It is a mere pretext ell
seemed to rein, and he appeared somewhat of action on the SL'bJCct\ e
ponement
from the shock
overcome with the exertion he made. A festive I hall in a body. The matter however fo r the what we have stated it to be, what is it ?- produced by hearing of one deceive but a few. What is there now rooro
session would give limt P dreadful
was soon explained and the incident regular There must bo outrage, ere we are told of anotherof to
bottle hortshorne ; was : some cause-and there can than there was months and months ago,
applied
was immediately
pie to recover from the late politca.1 exc e. still deeper dye has just been
accounted as hoppy in the end as it was ad. be other, it surely be perpetrated excite alarm ? it not
any can
to his nose, which revived him much; his life pointed out.- in another section of the Nothing Why was
enacted the humored Mo. ment, and would thus endanger thk pt>ss 'e country. In what.
roitly by good
0 seemed to be that of a man much intoxicated.He hawk." of bill bal.'k.The No one pretends to assign any other element ever direction we turn, the same revolving seen before ? Simply because it did not suit
a chartering a
seemed* ,upon one occasion, to try t. give .. operating on our moral and social condition, picture meets the view. Lesser crimes are the party views of the Southern Whig "-

utterance some feeling, but from an unknown A Tumble.-A preacher in Boston wentto succession of ]1\1\ r. Tyle to the .. e. that could have produced these fearful effects. overlooked and the public mind is filled with diU, that the thing should be seen. The

cause, an impedimenf, probably oc- sleep while sitting in his pulpit a few Sun. sidency, has, however, noW endanger el! Abundance has blessed the land. The means murders, burglary, arsons, robberies, and the whig therefore closed its Haring .

cationed by'the execution, be was unableto days since-he' felJ against the door of the other part of the whig project. They, e subsistence has been blacker felonies.-Columbus Enquirer. press eyes.
I 0/ to be obtained.No cheated do
give to word. We satis. down into I easy the people as they wished to
uttereope a are pulp'it and then tumbled the aisle, confidently believe, distrust tpproviug a -
fied that he Made an effort of this kind, for but fortunately woke up without sustainingany bill for the charter of bank. w.vr or pestilence has scourged the coun I The Times. they now pretend to open their eyes.
a
immediately en..the exertioa, he gate a sorrowfnl serious i injury!: This ii a strong admon. Uader these circumstances li. try. Religious l moral and intellectual in. Development after developement comes Of the six Presidents four have died on
mph
} shake of tfie bead, which if in church. we Are structiok'i has been more than dif. each
signified, jtion against sleeping ordinarily to light one more astounding than the the fourth of the month-Adams Jeffertea
ed think thattbe entira
'we rigbtly'understood l language, that be to whigs have made fused amvng the people, yet demoralizationhas rest. There appears to have been a deliberate and Monree o& the 4th of July and Hrfl.ion .

meant something_he"cbuI4 net express. Rigid Sentence.-AtHillsborougb. in Jef. false move ID getting up the Extra l'essi increased with rapid strides, and proceeded cool calculating system of embezzle. on the 4th of April. '

His,system was critically'examined, and ferersoB county, Micso-uri; on the 22d ult., and that instead of advancing the' jDt re' ment of funds going on in various of
though be iru pronounced to be two men were convicted'the crime of roti.b.r' J with pelri: pasta with equal step, the for parts A Great Shot.-A
perfectly our county Philadelphia
the
\ of the political managers,by getting for t.V-iq Bankism. years past by Officers and gunner
aliveiCW'aJ with the intent to"" arder. .One of them onward march o(
announced by Dr. D. that he of Directors of certain Banks. No wonder recently killed fifty-seven ducks and came
engine cerruptiosit will
could live but a few minutes, for congestion 'wis sentenced to the p'euitentiaryfor. |' ninety an create difcord It will be nowfce necessary for us to then that the disclosures now-making, should came within a hairs breath of killing bimielf
.
J of the brain, which had not yet happened, and the other;, for forty year t I!i and confusion in their ranks. $aliJoW) how the flood of' banks and bank-paper fill whole communities with distrust and su,- all at one shot.


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the Tbe Unite State Bank. Shl41es.e -- ;- .- _. .-! --- -S--- _-_- 1 ,. _J -0.

New ..ve .cm the partol 1 We find the following in the Phil. Pensyl. more accurately we aearch into th- PI0Pr. : :lES'i: I : -- -'--

Sentinel. human mind- the pubUwr. Qloba Lan > ___ .
of the Sentinel and the vanian. It shows hW some of the moneyof stronger traces we every' THE to .te an ozpesillbn rU( J TT'O.NS' -- .4
After"flthe phases where find of His .wisdom who made it. .11 lb.UDt 'st .
notire which : ..
: *
Federal .
applied the

bead it has be Stockholders was attempt bj .
its discourse
at a
.
Mind gentleman on the use of the parts of the boo party to prostrate. their eztsbiishmeatby the .}' .

'I. fixed at last. It Vas neutral. It took From the Pcnntylvanian.The dy may be considered as a hymn to the crea. law'efcs' abrogation of their ntrt.Printer to .AUCTIONEER. !J C8111IOl

It was to breathe noth- following remarks of a correspondent tor, the use of.the passions which are the or. the Senate. Te shoved tha 'fr alradI BBCH.N. 1
in politics. We ..
SIX Federal I
part entitled to attention. to which.a
p0 .this moment, of the mind papsrs STRAtE OR
and religion. It could stand are, at gans cannot be barren of praiseto about tolbe' added STOLEN &a'Auc'rlQJi '
morality were -published at BO !
but should, perhaps, decline the publication Him, nor unproductive to ourselves of that WaabilooU,1devuted I' tmfctctibet_ at .Tallb. U>. SAND
X few months and it came out de.fending ef the Stockholders of to tlndintmimtionof ''Ft the Slit _"- ,
t bat a it not that a meeting noble and uncommen unio'i of science and and iho defence of Fedlrtlpi.c to. 1.1
the worse conduct takes place this day, by Fedta mare; Mid mare bl..hitf plsm on .{ COMMLgMON:2t1zcffANT.LEDAWy
and approving 1 the bankrupt Bank admiration which a contemplation the lkp this \ ; Hattcrr Fcderaf presses UIow the let her fora : '
notorious f falsehoods statesman may be tested, and at the teat of Goiernmenl tell with theiore effect ( .fmo.di.d
*bank and publising\ which the works of infinite wisdom alone can afford to to have high; hip wan A be.taUtbd%
IOD1
Ibe The ,writer confi. throughout the I
Uni'I. the character of the
verified or disapproved. a rational).mind whilst him hefl'rf and waa in good _
what
referring to
;
Globe
the subject. wa ti orer. rawar r CtIP _
? irgentinelthe their truth and appeals to the b tanLhad.it means will paid for the of the
imJerlhed" delivery mare
to appear dently asserts ever we,find of fair in and its I b t
Harisoniani began right or good, or our. politicAl ir dtatroycd, HARIOTEE3, BAttOCfUtf BUGGT9
flies institution : and wben ucnC sweeping I placeor if stolen will paid for the epprebeosion C
Sentinel bowed and hailed! books of his polluted selves, discovering his strength and wisdomeven denunciation of infamy on the pArt of the Federal of the t b with :hwae c0mpte4affot op ia Mpwiorstylovtnd

01 I it is remembered lhat the clerks and accoun. in our own weakness :tad imperfection, traders in the Senate-by throwing the deadweight \. {ID. Q. Jr. for eU-- At the aiictkn end e nrailtei.

rising sun. ': ters were sworn to aecrery, and that every | honoring them where discover of an expenditure of f 40,000 in prep.tra- Tallahassee, THORNON. 'tore of :- E. J. HACXLET.i .
we them clear. MayS
take no part in the party contest device was employed by those who j''I lion to do the Congressional work, cn Ihe hands i Ftb. f7.1UI. _)ltt'_ 7 .
to ingenious 1 and NOTICE I i.f---s---
was
It ly, their -
adoring
where it
profoundly the
publishers,
we ( nol
Ward whose .
printers
it hoised the confined their 1 contract vraa Uk UndeuifiM are reeelvlnr a
Soon the funds to Wbitner At.
F. Jr.
I h. Territory. were preying upon are lost in our search, we may be inquisitive violated.) and by having this whole work of defamaiion I I have appointed Benj. my .I T EftALASSOaTMENTOFQgoCg3and

L. and H-.S prodigal m its praise. care to conceal the truth from even the haz. without impertinence, and elevated without and ruin accomplished by llio judgment-of 'I torney in factduring' a few web absence from WESTERN.PltODUCEConaist.iD.z.otB.'CON
this
Territory.
down ard of discovery, the suffering stockholdersand Ihe Senate of the Union tfgive the sanction .f
\tStar was the same. It pulled pride ;-we may be admitted, if I dare say the i t BENJ. F. '
WBITNL.I
the public at large are entitled to hare highest tribunal known to couolrry. Th. I LARD ..
banner. A glorious' prospectc1a"ned so, into the councils of the Almighty, by a work was done by a caucus packed of Leon county May B, Ibll-U FLOUR -
Downing msjerity I
tbe reverend Editor of the Sent.-. the probe steadily and fearlesely applied : consideration of his works. The elevationof I Federalists! and the Editor of the Globe are left I I ]FOB"8ALE. WHISKEY

.0 the official of the Terri I IMPORTANT DISCLOSURES. the mind ought to be the principal end of, to PUS,ail their establishment by the patronage THREE Pews in the Presbyterian Church TOBACCO
the organ 'I 5, 39.
el uo become ofForid1 FOR THE WIDOW AND ORPHAN all our studies, which, if they do not in some : they may receive from political friends for thn papera G. C. S. Johnson S. S. Sifcl-y. J. G SUGAR
the point Apply
and
rallying
.| they publish.Vc will not ask or receive the t I COFFEElo.&c.
\ Fiecutive We and author. meaUre effect, they are of little service. I W.Ililhiard.
totia\ advisedly IPadrick.or
good
He pull down the Ward speak upon very sort of lumping contributions: by -vhich the banks I I Which they offer on reasonable terms.
Wnigism. when that the Bank of the Unit. to us.-Burke I, and May 8,1811. 41 .
ity, we say j FI.dr. politicians t-urtain their pre sel.Ve ;:i I' CURTIS &POUNCEY,

r-jamp. over him-again becomesIfroJ ed States was not broken alone by its Cotton .. --- .-- I will! abandon the ,j-ublication ot the Globe, if it j I, NOTICE. 2 doors west of the: Post Office, Tallahassee.
to the new bargain. NOTICE. cannot be supported bv the regular snbtcriplion t IX weeks after date I shall apply to the Hon. April 17 38
Speculations and dealing in fdncy stocks.- S ____
preparatory DURING ny abwnctj from Florida, Mathian I price of i ho paper. If such uf our Demc-cralic I Judge of the County .of Jefferson county REWARD.

Alas our neighbour of the Star is too I I We boldly assert, that seven millions of dol. L. B. Harbour are my authorisedagenti friends whose circumstances do nol justify a ubsrription : for letters of Administration de bOlu non, on TEN A WAY DOLLARS From the subscriber in Leon

for him. Before the bargain can be I lars of the suspended debt, occupying nine to srttle account's of Swaini n.d Madden lo the daily: or t>emi-\eekly pap r, will the estate of Jacob Carter,late of Jefferson county, RAN negro man Andrew. H. his a tear

lh1e of consists of loansto and P. U. SWAIM & patronize the chcsper publications issued by us--- deceased. JOHN FREEMAN.
folio the lama
bark into his old position pages Ledger, Co.PETER on the led hand, from a burn and U a little
Included, he Heps active and prominent Federal Whigs, during H. SWAIM. lie Extra Globe! -Ihe Congressional Globe, and I M.iy 8. 1"41 41 the effect of Rheumatism, 5 feet 8 inches Ligh.-

leaves the reverend Editor on the rock the last few and some of them StMarkp_- __ -. May_ 22._ _! _1841-_ 3rn_ _. .___ 43_ the Appendix-wo fchall 0 enabled t.) mintin. t $20 11EWAKU. lie has a wife at CoL FisberX The above reward
% exposed to the coatempt, years. NOTICE. I as herclolori-: ourrorpxof Congressional Repo lers I RAN AV A Y from the sub-cribcr, on the 7th will be given on his deliveiy at Tallahassee, loMessrs.
wppointinent. made so recently as 1839 and 1840. at lie cost of $ .OO: und draw to last ) Mulatto named
X weeks aftur date I shall apply to the Hon. per annum. to Apr, t bright Boy, Btiton & Fisher or to tho Subscriber.
'Wb and ridicule of all parties.The To Thomas L. McKenny. there is chnr S Judge of the County Court of Leon C"unty j our aid some of the ablest pens in our country. DENNIS, aged about eighteen years,a little round EDWARD L. STROHECKER.

the Democrats for his double treachery, ed the enorrnos sum of tj 'p hjjndrejl and : lor Icf.ers of Jdminiktration on the Estate of:1 We trust under thc,e aircuiniIance!,and Ill time shouldered, weighs about ]351Ls,thu above reward April 24 4t 39 -

Ward-th-, '-*- d 'I'1 llrEachran, late of mid county,deceased. when Ihc'jjrcalcst interrst t or' the country, and its will tip, given for the delivery of said boy,to me,or Strayed. .
and then 0 s.Ii 1 fut"re destiny are stake the events if in Jail where I him. Po-
at $10 ,
to them I JOHN McEACHKANa ; I pat upon lodged can get BLACK
first the subscriber, JILl Februarya
&_-for his treachery to th< t Ij To Daniel Webster, the small sum of one ?, 1841 43 i; with which the first year of the pre-ent Adminis- chila P. O. Early Co. Geo. FROM E, with a star !in the forehead. He

f hundred and ten thousand dollars-82S,000 of --" --- --- --- tratio' is pregnant Iha no individual who hac the I J. T. ;. JONES. the Micasuc-
friends of Downinj formerly be'onged to Dr. Taylor on
d the | NOTICE.L cause of Democracy at will to meet- J w4 41
henrt May 8.1841.
man- which was overdrafts in 1839 and 1840., he.ilalE I : kie. and well knjwn by the name of Black War-
which our _, indebted of ] this! appeal when &t the lime he will feel assured
aroitness with neighj R' t e persons to the estate Mary same Notice to Claimants. Tin), in that section. A liberal reward will be given
dim j in his I rYe ___ Sarigp late of JeU'eror county, deceased, j that Ibis trifling tax for his own advantage, BOAllD of Army officers i i. now in session to who find him by aendinf
foiled hundred thousand dollars And to poli. A any prison may
Star had one are requested to make and all { will hUfcUin in triumph at the long-
& 1 payment persons Waitlnngton in this city. (by direction of the Secretary of him JOHN LLOYD,
What -a to be done ? Downing Co. ticlans in general of the Federal Whig party, having demands against the said estate to present ,tried and faithful press of bisparty., War,) to investigate the accounts arising from the to New Tan Yard, Quincyosd..

not buy-W nrd & Co., would no1buyaS 1 un immense amount of money for the late and the tame duly attested to !| TiE EXTRA GLOB will he published weekly I Militia I service in Florida. Ml persons, therefore, April 10 3t 37..

t, would him that was out of tliucstiOfl | former Presidential elections, thus sacrificing: GEt: ONES, Administrator. j I for six months, commencing on Wednesdayibe who have claim against either the United States -
to trusting 22, 28-11, Gw 19th of May, and Ihe 19th November CAUTION !
May AJ ending on 1 or the Teiritory of Florida for mpplic or for ser1
irst offer at critical :the money of the widow and orphan to pro. --- .- ---- I t wtn' "num f which 1 for: arn any peaion Item trading
j'i the any | next making y.six ben;the last < vices connected with the Militia are requested lo THEREBY
at the polls. Harrison JUST RECEIVED, I set forth in the tollowinarreteipt
i mote political success i will contain an Earn number will contain notes
: would as he had be-. index. I them, with all tim" papers in their support,
betray
f point of time he j and Tyler were elected last year, but the JOlncy's, Geography and \Valkern cdiool Dictionary ; ; sateen royal quarto page. I will contain principally precnt without delay. The Board expects lo hold! at some III I am determined not to pay them,audI

was then nothing loftb ut to force: desolate in Alias. | political m The political and each of am also determined to protect the endorser, un-
r fo. There .1{ living of the now was squandered ter. aspect I future linle. I session at ihe following
and Matte Ikon do doSmith's Conrstotk's Philosophy I bc.uilg ef the measure bcfjra Congress during the in Eist viz Suwanee Icu compelled by law.
named
\V :
, timielf on tbe whig party in general "Log Cabin and Hard Cider" frolics. cI I places fl'nldl .A. yvrav.
: do do \Ir!. Lmcolns Botany. special !t'i ion will bfully de.el. pe'l and when j and Black Creek St. 1. 5l'4j.
Sp.ing; or
make the Sentinel the organ: of "the people! I call upon the stockholders' meeting to day, i Mitchel'i' do do Clements of Mythology. the proceedings ar* <.npiderrd of much interest lo II Augustine Newtlrilp., tik. \ ; dUl notice ot which will be I March 20. 1841. _

: of the people!" as the re. I the 4tii May, to come out and ;ublisli to the I WillellV do doV Colburns! Algebra! .! the public, they will be given at length. given.I

Yes! the organ has iI,the ol thcpeplC' world the debtors' names contained upon \ oodbridge & Willard'' Gummeries Surveying The Coi gresbional Globe and Appendix wi!! begin I. For th" ptesent il is requested that al communications Copy of receipt from J. D. Dissovay 6fBrothert.

: vfrcnd gentleman: naw organ these nine of the Ledger. We call I Geography & Atlas, 'Ibalin Header: with UK i ixtra session of Congress, tl comnirncc b" addressed thu :-" To Board of .

He docs this we presume, on the Mr. Breck pages whom we believe to be nn Adams' (;graphy andLatm[ Tutor, i on Monday, the Slit of May next; and will I Army Officra to Investigate CI.i:5., Tallahassee, R eceived of A. F. Duval,payment in full for twa.

that as he has been on all upon Allan, Marsh Book keeping, be tonlmued during the sr, ion. The Con
straflg ground all parties-had all sorts of. honest and upright man, to do justice to the Pikes Arithmalic Bennetts do hional Globe will give an imparlial history of tbe Lt. (QI. ,$. 1'Q.. :\ Genoral, Pres't of the Board. endorsed as follows to wit; One note dated the

.i. ,beonJed! to personification of. female portion of the stockholders, by letting Daboll's do Expeditious Measurer. .I proceedings of both Houses of Congrrs; and the May I 6t 4U 1st ef Nov. 1838 for $668 69, pay able six months '

principles, he wns the \ery us know who ure the robbers of their mite, J5u ilex's do :iWrduwood* Science flf Af-p'Vidix wi I contain all the speeches on both COIVSItiAJIENT.rWlHE m* date, payable to and endorsed by Robert K.

nll the principles of all the people of their all. The honest of this commu. Sm.lhs do I Numbers I i>idc"of important rubjrrU, at fullenglh. !writ- O.\ I West and .>ne note dated lit of November 18J8,

In this new rrl. ect of forcing himself and part Murray' Grammer. [Ipockct D'ctionari-K I ten out, or revised, by the mem r! I Subscriber hall received on consignment : I fur $668 70, payoblo eight months from date, pay.

the whigs, he commenced by nity, demand a total exposure of the Ex. I K>rkha'ns do iFlora'n Imciprelrr.Mi : I! They ill be printed I fast as the business of this JL 500 casks LIME I. able I to, and endorsed by J. B. Bull, both note

,the Sentinel on the Flofidian. This he change Committee's loans and 'liscounts Green leafs do Coml.es "I 1 arlics. I two louel fnrmshrv matter for a number. It i is 3 bbl caVincd PLASTER IARl :: signed by Alex. Formy Duval. we hereby promied

vebin"111)\ \ at for several years past-Mr. Lippincott New York Readers 1 1,2.\1ason'IITarncr I \\e will ptibish! more number of each 1 HYDRAULIC : to transmit t,> him said two note as soon aa poati-
"cnkulated would of course conciliate them, Etnersoiis Lill'c! l eadf'rJHo, les Ga ruca. j Ilhal th're \.1. he weeks in the bsf ion. They will GRorRBtE I ble.
i the chairman owes it to his own cliarac-
and make them think that now he w as fixed, \I Porcelain Slates, 1'aper fc'latc?, Large Banking. be isfued the same f nn a tie Extra Globe 17 MARP.LE CHIMNEY PIECES I J. D. DISSOWAY & BROTHERS.
who the borrowersof
had taken a \nd--and there was to ter and credit, to say are I C.ists' with) lock and key; Port Folios! with lock and :i and :copious index to each. Nothing but I the 17; HEARTHS I Tallahassee Feb.12, 18.tO march 20.184'

. that he doubling and tu&ing. It may tins debt ofseveii millions of dollars, and ke>; fink Tape, Sealing Wax Biark and Rod;,' I j proceedings' and speeches of Congrets will lie ad. TILE for do LOST
be BO more called i milted into 1'it. Globe 110 kegs NAILS
%Ve \\hyisiithattheyuere never upon Traii>partnt Wafers; Fancy Wafers, Vifcitm" Congressional or Appendix. Tallahassee the of the 20th install
on night
him. not.Thev
will trust t care 100 WHITE LEAD I
he that they zeal the known for payment. The half-pay officers of the Cards. Note Paper Bristol! Board Paint Boxes,, ; These works being printed in a suitable form forbind.dg 72 WINDOW GLASS a90rted sizes IN ROAN HORSE; he ia supposed to ba'abroken
on his on i with >u indexos, will form a valuable. hxe. I
rely Wire Files. Tin Fo'.dcrs: Foldeis Cut copir
Slid. ,
Ivory !
may and of them iun ; loose from the post he tied to aidcarrivu
zealous.f.u..r British army navy, many, > L.tI.'r_ !, indeed, ncccs.ary.apuenda to the library of CARPENTERS'_ TOOLS AXES, SCREWS,& i ___ ____ was _
.Mipmle; that a rene ade is clways rKt......_ Inkylaniin.. _. SlnrntiB- _P'_n. k'r.ifo. fln> t A
n n ---- n fl fl 2.uIr
'- .n. I WILD mm a. r'> *e nail er, ana nas a fui
:
-- n and souls. deserve at least : ; IRON, assorted White I'INE BOARDS I |
cent unsuspecting Ito j : the statesman and ; giving do at
Pen Holders, \\ afcr Cup'c.. .c., for sale Ioy l politician, as they J
wound hill off hind leg end his baak.Itis .
told by the Whig organ condition which their I .di-rale OILS PAINTS, BRUShES, \c. &c | on a sore on
, 03 The people arc know the upon money P. it. IJAYWAIID.Mav aneitiemely m prue a complete epitome supposed he will meke towards St. Mark*, aa

: *, that one good reason for establishing a was expended in election campaigns! 2., 1 1S41-15 43Union i ol'lhe politi'-il and le I"I.1i\1 history of the prriot.ullhcrltion ALSO : he was lately purchased from thai place.
Extra
--- fcr the Globe
is that it will the es. The stockholders' are bouml not to suppress : -liuiik -of Florida. 100 hepi prime RIO COFFEE The finder will! confer a favor on the owner by
National Bank prevent h' re : May. and fur the Congressional
lie St. Croit SUGAR
bbli.
25 superior leaving information at this office where ha b.
tablisunient uf weak insolvent State Banks. any names debtors to the Bank-pride mav ON WoJne.-day the ICth day ofJun., 1841 Globe: and Appendix by the 6th June LCI t, to in- boxes Double Refined Lwaf do. i found. Feb.27,may 1841.

yet induce many: a politician, lately promoted i tit( following shares In the capital Stock of auto all the numbers. SO; do SPERM.CANDLESAll _

What says experience ? to place by its means, to pay what he owes ; ho Union Bank of Florida, will by order <>f the TERMS. of which is offered fcr sale Cheap, far 'I Administrator's Notice.
Bank in its Board of Directors; be sold at public: auction to the For I of the Extra Globe fl I II who have demands against
** When the United States was it. Statesinm and members of the Cab. : copy cash only, by W. G. BURGESS, Agent, ALL persons any
of from tiC year 1820 to the to highest bidder at ttic front do -r of t-aid. bank buvcen 6 copies do. 5 Corner of Monroe and streets, opposite I' Estate of Isaac Frith, deceased are hereby
Penuoh.
maturity vigor- b Mr. n'.ber inet, may yet have honor enough left to pay I the thour. of 11 A. M. and. P. \I. The I I 12 do do. 10 to the Store of C.ip H. Bond aud next door required 10 present them without delay, for payment

yenr 1830, the period selected ; deots for the sake ot toe uiuo v,..* -'Uholders' Kai/J; ..I.'. I.. j,1y .ifrnrjinir to thn nSQvi"int".rthe 25 d& do .- I R. lo the. Subscriber.
ths one when ainfiideJ charter ot a'd U...ei Banic, been .i'cnior a reiicr x. -2 < H"Lkl"r A""lill .m -- -- .
.
ia of his speeches us the stockholders meeting of this .t the uid dece..t
one We I :
expect I declared forfeited for nonpayment ot interest due For 1 copy of the Congressional: Globe or Appendix lahale I' died at Key Wwt about the ,_ ., '.___, >
moat of
the operation of the bank were the day, to give us all the particulars ofthis great llicn'jn.) 50 cents. TRAYED from the subscriber on the 12th ing no lawful heirs known to the Subscriber and .

beneficial perfect mania prevailed for creating I .indebtedness- II. Shares.' Shares.Thcraa I ', 6 copies of either $2 50 J-5 April, a two year old mare colt a brigU! serrel leaving personal! effects to the value ef SI 250.

new banks. There were made in New \Ve understand that some of the persons Ormnn, 29| Andiew Young, 21 I "l 12 do do 500 with a blazed face. Anv person returning the sid The deceased was dark I corople xinned, alender
I ., Horse, uiformalion.will! be satisfactory re feet 8 about 35 of
or giving about 5 inches higii. and
year
nine in COJa B. A'alts 62Hhjnli 25; do do moo
in Vermont, ; in the commcnication Onnnu Young. I
Hampshire, eight ; alluded !to foregoing j & war.led. JOHN W. ADAMS. JOHN G ZlRIAi Administrator.:
for I age.
334 in number.Payments
Rhode Inland, seventeen ; in Massachusetts, sued and have filed affidavits of l-rvtY. LjTiiwiMsi Brown -I Ard *o on proportion a greater 1 40 I We larch 36 8w
have been I Ransom J. Roberts, Ollol.n| R. Chapman, 111 may be transmitted by mail, pontage May_ J811 Key !t. 30th 1 J4I.

twenty-five; in New York, twenty.one ; in defence: sivearii'g! that they have paid the I A. F. Duval 14->,Tliomas Moore, 40 I paid, at our risk. By this regulations of the Poet middle District of Florida, Set. Notice.ALL -
\
Kentucky and Ohio atone about fifty. In Bank in ef\'ices--r..hllcal services presumable Henry. J. Mil:*, 44.} OlfiVo Dejmtmen', (1011m:1ter: are authorised to FOR Reasons appearing to the Judge of tlm person indebted to the estate of MAIU

1S18,two years after the IT. .S. Dank went the persons referred to II. L. II rGIR"s't Cai'r.' i frank letter subscriptions to I II of Middle Florida. it is consideredby I ",deceased,are heieby notified to mka
I are meant, as 43 I *. the Honorablt Alfred Batch, Judge of said District -. I immediate payment; and those having demands
: Niles\ the editor of the : 22. 1S41.-t! ncwiipapcr
Mr.1 for May
body
into operation, service*
r performed few other any ] notes < f any bank, current in the section of that a Term of Loon Superior Court, I will present this for ;.t1emen&. to

f Rtg .t VTOte as follows : "We see every except) political ones. ]:I "FivR! i) I\lS ': counlry Tie where I subscriber resides, will be received hal be & Spcia ITlh day of May next at the, I JOHN W.LAVINUS,

f ere &*'. banks establishing\ or attempting _._.. REWAR1 L' .Ki* .a nl IU& I ( olrl }lOl"" in TallaliaHsce. a the hour of twelve. I JnS It :II i I. OualiCei'. Executor-

: to established.:: .Behold forty.three new ; The Burnig; or Jlo "ow. I 1 ST11L.K I -'lih'Ir.r. on tin' tg lit of f the 1. lirn'25th lust. r.scj.a ,, 'J,L.-o:' -" attention will be paid to any order un. I o'clock i --I.,((bn-g-: Monday,)) for the purpose Hum I' --Cabinet Business.

banks authorised: i is Kentucky half a score in i In Stuphen'ti Incidents of Traval h ill Turkey i l-jll blooded Cub BLOODHOUND, of a M'"tied 'I lest money accompanies it. I and there to hoar and determine Docket f any said! and Court all such then 'I undermined having purchased of Mr. T.

't Tennessee" eight in Ohio! a mob in little j Russia, &c., we find the following paragraph j c.'lor, cats tlal.ct, erect, and tail about half the! ';I 1 Washington City. April 20 BLAIC, 1 111.iitii & RIVEt. and i'sle there on the appearing Criminal for trial. .And it is further THE. bin ENTIRE STOCK OF TOOLS

I Rhode Island in the character of this extra. ust.5length.' '. AND MATERIALS in the above line, intends
: to -- -
some Virginia, Maryland, relating ; considered and ordered that a ttnirtfacl. to snm-
a'uve reward will bo given for lii. delivery C. Jurobi, continuing the business at the old stand opposite
I: Massachusetts &c., sixteen i petitioned in'I' ordinary deed : T ittorin'tion I where he- Measurer and Lumber the mon Grand and Pelit Jurors Termof
the cia hfhal. or any : Inspector of for law Ward & :.Mays,and respectfully solicits the patroa-
to
da issue according to returnable to
t I New York, Bud from fifty to a hundred more 1 Russia is not classic ground. It docs can Le UbLailItJ. County of Leon, Court. agi. so liberally bestowed on his predecessor.HENRY .
of
q J gropoied in various parts of the United States': not stand before u c covered with great men's I Tallahassee, >:'iy 15. 1S41_ 42STOLEN. his service to lbo.e who may please sid AND 17ih FcKTiira day May ORDERED nel., That this order he published 1 I SAULSBURY.

| '. Truly! this is.'k eping bonks ii, their limits,' as deeds. A few centuries ago it was overrun I II' -- \ OR OFFERS: upon him. Charges moderaln. in all the papers published in the lity of I I N. B. DOORS,SASH and MANTLE PIECES,

f to number with JY. }" of barbarians but what I j jii li.\\"ED :: March 1840. S3 I &c.. made lo crd r. and at the aborUst notice. &
a w ngeaJce.PIC. -[ by wandering tribes ; Talah".et 1- Tallahassee. untit the aid period. I I
'. MonJay last! a light Bay --- April 10th, 1841. 38
( I' there in those lands which stand forth on I'I'I FROM St.black Marks "a and tan, (.'le hind fool Alligator Line.A Dated this 29th April, 1841.ALFRED y
BALCH.
--- -- -- I Ijof hang .. has been -NOTICE. .
of J crowued with the glory *l"l on .stage .
"There arc fifteen thousand mep in Rhode I,the pages istory, : white, kliod al round has a r.nal wi'Jtr"j be eitobtiihi.d from MARIA U.S.Judce District Court of Middle: Florida.
their ancient deeds that for extraordinary >. thc ei.d of not-e. Ten vr'H WELLFOUD Clerk. WEEKS after date the undersigned will
Island, who because of their have ; rewurc NA.rut Mobile Fla., Test-R. G. SIX
.Camp
,
poverty daring, for terrible l sublimity, and undaunted : paid for her delivery to in* al Si* :1rk., at 'riy ,_ ___ __.____. ,_ PiitmanV Ferry May } 4QSTKAYED to tbe Hon. the Judge of the County
no in { ,, n .bellton, .
voice the elections and these -
men are Fiablo in Tallahassee! and letting me know .-j Court of Leon County. for Letters Administration .
patriotism, exceeds the burning of Moscow. \I livery ; |a--kw ter cud Flor'ulalownlo PKNSACOLA OR STOLEN
LI
not permitted to sue in civil cases, pnless un. of her delivery. : with on the Estate of Charles Clark deceased.
der the of free holder. In Neither Marathon, nor Thermopylae, nor the I\ MOSES CLARK ll.ca matting fur lUharee, a connectirn 13a1 Monday night: last from ROB'T. RAYMOND REID.Tallahassee .

Massachusetts endorsembpt a thousand battle of the Huratii, nor the defence of Co. 'I I May 15, 1841- 42NOl'ICE. l'cnurliJ oq the '\V.t, and with Macon on the ON Magiio'ia.a! CHUNKY BAY April 15.1841. 38
twelve i A
there are utuitfro* inmplia orirrrg'4aritp. 31A RE about five old-h
it : North, a
*ho, for the same reason, are disfranchised."1 cls, nor the devotion of Draii can equal ; 1 mail line l.'tWCfi5 Mol:e and le.l"acol, scat the back, supposed years lo have A Horse, Bridle and Saddle.
i and when time shaH cover with its dim and stage; connection. Tho linen VJ-JJSZL ** I STRAYED OFF,on Friday,April 9th, a bay
The Federalists and ih'successortl the cautionrd against trad COP ?lct Ihe \Ve.tr been burnt, and a small one on hcr right jaw, aleosuppo.sd E
nro hereby
: quiet glories, that bold and extraordinary rrnE public William T. wn over the road cun/'uctrd: four year since lo have been burnt. Five Dollars Reward gelding, blind of an eye,very thin or poor. M
ftJerd Whigt have \ the for two nolos guen by Poy : .f" Floiid.town! tone seven years old, has been recently worked very
>'
prevented
always I
deed, the burning of Moscow will be regard. ii Lieut in Capl. McKlvis b> .he General Governmeni, will. he given and all reasonable expenses paid on lost old
thrp I. { remainder hasesn hard in a had on him when an
poor fa Rhode Island and Massachusetts of Grecian the CI.MUhooc.hee. river ; the at this or to the Subscriber, wagon;
read dated her
delivery
| ed as outstripping all that we I John WillJht prnprie1OI.. ofle.. saddle and bl idle. and 2 saddle blanket, ono dark
the T. POYTHRESS.
from! votii.g., The Democratic party have ; or Roman patriotism, and the name of the lhVlli of May, for Filly "llal, the other was well made a from pxponso Marianna lo 2'1.Cbac'la, is ;I near Q.incy. 2t the other green; the saddle \\"uord.and torn immediately

if it be not too dated on the 2Hi[ of :1y. tifly-five dollars. The runnii clime Min- April 24 __ 3 across the seat. A suitable reward will bo ,
*
lwty endeavored to give them the right of ;' Russian "avernor, Rcuslopchin, The valce of vaid noies have never been received 36 hours. Tho stage leave Marianna Oil RANDOLPH & LEWIS, given to who will deliver said horse te

uflrage. I long a name to hand down to posterity, will. and I am determined not to pny them.VM. days Wednesdays and Saturday, at A."A.M.N1MS. I I I I DEALERS in Drugs and Medicines, paints, the Subscriber.any person W. HILLIARD.

never be forgotten.' = \ T. POYTlltESS. the I Oil! MJJ Window Glass. T.lJahfttHe.pril 22d. 1841. 39 tf
Turn coats. \ : ___ I 1641 12 For proprietors
I May 15. I -
The ---- D"c. gO. 1810. [Jan 2-4J I
last Sentinel enlightens its readers nato Liberty. I Ta1lahnsso NOTICE.
__ received additions to our
large
the i 1 NOTICE TO CLAIMANTS. I DUV4L i iI : \\ E hue just Weeks after date I shall a,>ply to the Hon.
P. ,
found JOhN
origin of the word turncoat. The Shame that any one should be to 'I stock, whch; i* wffeied for sale low. SIX
of Army Orficers having been establish I AT LAW I I of Jefferson Counly Court. for Letters
whose worth is so ATTORNEY -
tf.might appropriately contain a dissertation speak lightly of liberty, ; I ABoard this city,for the purpose of ui VCiugzt. ; of Administration: on thu Estate of Tbomaa H.
to
our regular customers
founded on elperience, of the profit testified-whose benefits are so numerous, : lug aU! dainis against either the United Stales or Office in CilWyatt's TALLAHASSEE Brick Brildings, FLA. Main St., I I will ALL he at articles charged, and the same or its equiv- Stephen, deceased, late of said County.D. ..

rich. Moralists have praised it-poets' of Florida. for : or for services specie pnccf P. F. NEWSOM.
and
so the Territory fcupp'.ies I in at the
'lid. 19 Payment
demanded
expected profits of turning over coat, 5. L alent will be cipiraj
,
6wwn..t 39
have it-patriots and martyrs Lave died connected with the militia -ve hereby offVr our.. Df _____ April !

-ben the thing U wanted to be done. for it.sung As a temporal blessing, it is beyondall .".v;"..fn ,ol tlUI,h'inl such caIOs. in aid oftheir f c'I'tLYl.D- : fnmi Taliuhawcc on Saturday eveS j tion of the yell.All .'. ...._
I ; i fnd rollerlion. :April 24, a light sorrel home, white face, for dale
! The It isthe adjudication j nmtf unsettled accounts previous I WEEKS alter application will be
Steamer and above all praise. i having
President. SIX
comparison lo personally or trans white on each side of the neck immediately persons and
. Any papers delivered us and one spot aro requeoted to come forward to the Hon. Judge of the County Covrt
The master of an English Vessel from ., air we breathe-the food we eat-the m-tlcd: by mail, (pc.it .Piid) will b promptly lid bJiind, tie ear. A reasonable reward will close the yearr.same. of MadisonCounty.for Letters ufAdm'tnislra'ioB on

Bristol ou the 28th of March, saw the hull raiment that clothes us-the sun that enlivens before I the ,ad.Wh'ncvr bo paid (for his delivery a Col. David F. Vikon'sstable R ANDOLPI I LEWIS. Ute Estate of Mur.lock Murphy Martin, late deceased .

all whom it ihe case requires it, instructions wii> in thin city.. of said
of a and vivifies, and gladdens on Tallahassee.March '1h.I81._3 County.
vessel Western Isles
near one of the additional proof, which i incnfsary ; 13 40
Without it what are honors and te given as to any may 1e May 1,1841.- 7th April. 1841. 38 ALEXANDER MARTIN
shines. -- --'
opposed This the of tho claim, or as to the --- STRAYED.
to be of small of to support
war.
a man
the Subscriber -
7
and all similar endowment Theyare ---NO'1E.--- from
Wi. i in the line of from N. York to riches, form in which it m'.st be mndc.In I in the mat ON About from Tallahassee NOTICE.
10
passage of hearse-they are of to us acknowledged ( residing about mit
the trappings a gar. ail cases, a [("wer Attorney i. THE of the lila of Cenler Sf horses indebted to the subscriber for sub
parlncrchip persons
Great one
Thomasville \
Britain. Hopes are entertained that Uu nishings of a sepulchre, and with it the crust before the clerk of tin county, in wnich the i': having been absolutely ( \lsolrd. and the on the ten old, I lame in tho right ALL to the Floridii. advertising or
Ken
l the hull of the President. If so, she of bread and the cup of water, and the lowly party icsides and recorded in his office, must accompany -.i appointment of a receiver heretofore made, having white horse also, about, a years large lump under his right printing, previous to the 18th January are fapeelfully

**!jet be aa ved. hovel, and the barren rock. the luxuries whichit : the papers. \v. P. T.H. DUVAL.. i been rescinded and mi aside, by ibe Honorable the si I eye bId; kn.The other ia.a small Dark Bay Hon. large requested to call at lb. office and settle-

1 -._ in. He i I Judge of Leon Superior Court the subscriber heir accounts either by note or otherwise Caf
and enables us to rejoice and tail.
teaches 8 1841.
! C,. W alington', vieicg of Internal Im- I what liberty is, and can be glad Talahuloe. May who. have entrusted us with remitted to all his legal rights a surviving partner mane A liberal reward will be given on the delivery of ent-Florida Mousy will for the present bo rtoeivod .
. who knows Al persons may ; and in stool 3 ll u.
ProteeT2t.,1 the of uad firm, hereby givcsNOTICE information where pa j
for
am not discouraging execute bath of them to me, or
will
: under rule claims the above description please one or
t i and happy when placed a tyrant's Cf That sucli surviving partner he ) !. T
exertions of State to draw the commerce Powers of as above directed and give or I they can had.
Atlorney
any is firm and b "
of caprice, debts due to late set Mar-
and at the disposal a tyrant's rid WILLIAM THOMPSON.
of tAe vxttern The I send them to us. W. P. & Til.. D. )11 culed
country to ill sea ports. and be in hu.inel thereof precisely if no such 39 --NOTICE.
like tbe man who can laugh merry .1 a Tallahassee, April 84 3t
more communications, we open to it, the! atthe where he has just deposi.ted NOTICE.I injunction had been granted or appointment of Subscribers offer (or sal the followinf ar
closer we bind the world inter. mood grave such receiver made. ALBERT R. .LEXIDE& THE ., low for otta
ruing to our from -
: dearest his HEREBY forwarn fo
been persons trading
all that should have :I J. G. Hull & Co.. II AUCTIONEER
tats, and the greater strength we acquire by Iwo Powers of Attorney given by me lo Wil-] Office a Cognac Brandy half aipoo tad or. asks'
is and what does it JOHN KEEN,
heart What slavery, Holland Gin in bb1e.Wbiake1 .
It. Extend C and
from
the Inland Navigation of the ball Wyatt Senr. Ole apt. Burney. of Center & Keen. .1D f
the intellectit Surv'g ia do
and pinner
do 7 It darkens degrades Mew. I also forbidall Commission
**TfRn the other from Capt. Kimmy ( < i f Merbt
u WATKKS connect them aa near paralyzes the hand of industry-it is the Paymasters from paying the said Powers of Attorney Jan 16.1841-1 Port Fig.March LrdIn, keg .
Powjble l
with
those
which run WE TWAXD; nourisber of agonizing: fears and of sullen ,ai the conditions for which they were given, Wiiato C. a/Pbel ) In Ju.tice Court Leon 1841-tf_3J Flour Muses
open them
tbe 13 Corn. Hay
to Ohio-open also such aa crushes the spirit of the boldit have nut been complied with. T*. COunty, City has. II
U1end from the Ohio towards LAKE EMI revenge-it JOHN C. PECK. BcDJamin Tennille. S" to May Term 1841. Mullet Male cash Manhsd.naadCodTjsh laWs

tad we hall not only draw the product of is the tempter, and the murderer, and the Tallahassee. May 8, 1841-It 41 Assampsit by attachment for $50, lIST received and low fo fifty BAXSO Picklva, la quart jarsJOO

the W. tomb of virtue ; and eithr.r blasts the felicityof bund in t1o. tibia. pickled. Mulle. ANDERPort bbls. Lino.HcNACJOtfT. >
ALEX
settlers bat the l the
p Jur-t.r of Torces A Card. interested, I ALBERT B 4 'ODOIfD.
U domineers .
whom or
I4cs, al to our porU-thus adding annmenseincrsaee those over in Subscriber propoao to dnot)himself for THE *drendant notice the institution of the .il Leon, MarehjSUMS-tf 3 Port Uoa.March fDtb.1840.
seek for relief from their sorrows THE .
them to bit life earnest '
remainder of endeavor .
to our and and and to the Oa CODllpmeUL -
binding answer
exports and the mirth and the mad. useful ip bit profession suit by Jttchmenl appear NOTICE.. :. ;
thoee peop1 to us by a chain which can ne. the gratifications, to make himself can acreublyl for sate low, a splendid Mwrtimnt e ,

'er be broke*' ness of the hour. I a Uwyer. E. R. GIBSON, Justice of the Peace.May AND ; DABUW. from Prmcea's Garden,N THE Co rtosr aip hithertoaxiothkf .
.CofTeipoM
ReaariabU.-lt is very remarkable that LJTbe receipts on Elsaler's seventh night about six mile from Tallahassee.Communicalions FOR SALE were put up in fine order, and a waranted to bam, under the firm of A. Doaham &Co.bat boosi
be 1oLithThom
him
not only were Harruoa and Tyler natives of at the French theatre were over five hundred for way email assortment of Drugs. Medicines, la., bloom,if properly taken care or. Ibis day dUoolvsd by matuleoo.aL'' "
be u J.Heir EM-,at the Court House. I this ALBERT &. ALEXA4DER. A. Dsaham will Mtti*.aU debts das ., sad tj :
tame country,but the farther of each was dollars more than they were on the .first. might ROBERT RAYMOND REID. auitiblefor a country aiore. Apply at ;March 13, 1841-tf tho lats firm. .

.15 turn Govarnprof the State of Virginia.. of her appearance.-Picayunt. |I April 24 if 39 Offica-. I Port Less 3 MoatiMllo. March IS. 1841-tl 3iA

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L' : III T' PROCtAMATIONT Ii iR1f OFFLORID r TERRITORfao

Xlottee T IaJicuia) in it&e for ih'iir urn1 LAW *' 'To tke'Marthai of fa Middle Diitriet T the .
'h SlwwkLn.rdtt.1a11! pp1toth.boD. NOTICE. Marah4of, tAe 31' .

,.t hoCHo'f.Co of w thE manifest and rouble action tprI- THE Union Bank of Florida, hating transfer ROBERT. RATWONDtREID greeting: grC6tiflg,: .eM

Jetftrson County, ftr; kltara of'a nUnwirttion ont tying the"tprin p and cfa'annels'ofliff, and enduing re iu boicf to other of the Governor of, Florida WHEREAS heretofore, to wit on the sot .w HEf8.b.t.t.rOh to witoQ
,t .the "late ofG.orgeW. then t with toot and In boa b>ar, ". now be gentlemen day November, in the year ol day of.F bluu" in ...
Cope1aDd. y cal employed to dcfecd the
cor. those who
I ,. ItCW80M.t fbewe mal h art been .. HEREAS, it b'made known to me that our Lord one theurand eight hundred and twenty ona thousandeight 1tar or 0.,
dred
.Q. P..F crtl6ed wfiidh have bell made or may b au by the bank, in all hundred nil
jPtiIlO ntl e. public w here the d cam y't William J. Carr,of Franklin county, who nine, a Charter of Incorporation was granted on charter of Incorporation .1'
t:: -pI' and in almost evry 'species of disease to which urnable to criminal the wmmo. or writ i If mado r standi charged with the murder of John Norton. he condition, limitations and reatrtctiona therein lative Council of the wacgran4 h7 l

ft tl) X TkEII the human frame, 1 U liable, the hippy effect of tl mg fa April.or-May terms. of the approach' h.aa fled and is now at large. provided by the Legislative Council of the Territory Bank to be tabli.hed, in Territ.".. jj 1orW, '

I SIX months after date, tb UQc.aJ-a p. MOFPATS LIFE PILLS and PHOENIX Cur WM.P. Now know ye that I, Robert Raymond Reid, Florida, to a certain Bank by the name and and to iho. .wbo should the Citl )1'1"1, :
;!; 'IT! 'the Hon. JudgeofL.cn l Curt, have been BITERS 4THOS. H. DUVAL, Governor of Florida by virtue of the authority in style of the BAn: OF FLORIDA," and to all ibo'm said .H.lftk't their Ancwssor.become S1Ibeerib .
tl'r for I of Dismission. gratefully and publicly ac Attorneys at Law. vested law do of who should Subscriber the said ,an4 iwlgi
u.AdluPlltr.lor 3. 1811. me by hereby offer a reward two bcsome to Bank condition ooa, hlNf .pQa.
II' -- C ta or Robert Copeland, deceased, right oliruwif rdged bf the persons benefited, and who were Apri hundred dollars, for the apprehension ofthessi.fugitive their .ucceuou' nd assign*?-And whereat also, said Charter which IndhetrietJoQa Mid i

tr .CliubethG! Pun d.r.' previously unacquainted wi h the beai'uullv philosophical J.. A L. O'B. BRAlCI arid his safe delivery to any Jailor or othero n the seventeenth day February, l'the year ol the name and style ot Bank theL0RZDi.And w. intorponte41 r

II, W.G. PONDER, Adm'r. : l principle upon which tboy consequent HAVE Associated themehea pravtice officer of the Territory of Florida, ur Lord one thousand eight/hundred and thirty F wbereui "CU1'a.&L BAit'"

;i!, _____March______1_184_____________________34____________ I ly vet. Law. One of them .i always be lake charge of him. three, an act wa passed by the Governor and Leg. day February, in the year aM of,our 00 tIm. tJ n .
I\\ NOTICE. The LIFE MEDICINES found at their office. The said William J. Carr ia about 18 years old islativo Council of the Territory ofFlorida, t., sand eight i hundred and Lordooe

,IH i'' MonUta after data, I ahall apply' to the recommend themselves .! Joseph Bruch 5 feot tit inches high/dark eyes and hair. and. 'has amend said Charter of Incorporation, af tppim passed by the.Legislati.e Council thirty.four a aet-
in
diseases of Branch orih.
,p.;, SUC. o Judge pf the County Couit ,of J.Ser- every form and description. Their! Feb. 13 08. rather a dowu look when spoken to. by the original enrollment of said Charter ,of Incorporation of Florida_ in addition to sad T
,I. inn for final firrt operation is to loosen from the coati of the P34!I. Given under my hand and the seal 1 of theft and of said amendment thereof of record said charter of ameaelator. '
cnanty a settlement and discharge I _. orpor.tion.-Aad !
It'I i Iron Iho administratorship of Littleberry Wa .r stomach and bowels 'the various impurities sad Law Notice. I.] Territory, this first day of April, A. D. in the office of the Secretary of the Territoryof on the twelfth day of February in .heJ. ;

,:J late of said county deceased.LTITLE crudities constantly settling around them ; and to : PEACHY R. GUAT1AN and E. C. CA. .1 1841. Florida, aa well as by tho public statutes of the Lord one thousand eight hundred lb ,-ot-

f I : BERRY PARKER, Adm r remove the hardened feces which collect! in the an association to practice ROBERT RAYMOND REID. Territory of Florida, printed by authority of the an act was passed by the Governor and IIJ ttI -.
_Jan, 16, 1841. :law, uuder the firm of GRATTAX fe CAIU.L,' By the Governor, Governor and Legislative Council of the urne,- Council of the Territory of and Lt
convolu.ions of the smallest intestines. the' will attend the Courts of the Middle and! l\pala. J. McCANTf, Secretary of Florida, And? whereas also a IlI.wVIIII passed by the Go\- said Charter of FJorida/urtbe1"1 t

Notice.SX 1 medicines only partially cleanse theso, and lu'.etuch chicola District of Florida. By Thos. Jeff. Heir, Private Se
I: months after dile, 1 shall apply to the Hon collected inisj>ts behind an to produce liabituat Offk-f: under tr.e Union Bank. :: OR Sale at R. L. BAKERS Drug and Weil on the fourth day of March, so the year of nfl li'>n, and said additional and Charter of'iQC'Precorrf

Judge of the County Court of J with its FV1.-29'-31CHAICLES : dicine Store, OfBice Loid one thousand eight hundred and thirty-nine, ImendalnrYI 'f
efrrsonCounlY cOlth'elul. all train of evils, or sudden next ilore to the P'ISt in the office of the ,
II na diarrhea, with its imminent danger This fact is; S. S1BLCY. prize as well!? a. by the !, -
the administratorship oi JcatMuR' DREW late of R. L. BAKER. s : Territory to institute the requisite legal proceedings PllblICIIII.tee| '
1 laid cunly, deacd. RACHEL DH EW. well known to all regular anatomist who examine ATTORNEY 4- COU SELLOl AT LAW. :j jOFFERS I: Tallali.i "ep.f Feb. 2'J 30 against such Banking Incorporations in;I Territory vcrnorand Florida.printed Legislative Council by aothoritJortL "*

I y y. la-11 Adlini lrotrix. the humiD bowels after death ; and hence the pre. his l'rofclsi"n:1: plr'icC i'i tho co c -- their respective Districts; as might have incurred I whereas al:oa taw was oCtile.1JJ'"A.o

NOTICE judire of thosu wellin formed men against quack dl.bll, .. il Midale, Flcrida., He: EDWAKD B. GIBSON, forfeitures of their Charters by non-user, and lo, i Legislative Council of the passed Ly .Governor

,i X1 month afur dale, I khall apply to the medicines, or medicines prepared and heralded to ill attend all! the CuurlJ in the Middle: District. A.CTITIONEU OF )( EDICI'iE.if prosecute limo same to effect, so that the said Cliaitors '. the fourth day cf March Territoryotl1orid the *

fr S fudge of the County Court, (If Jeffer oi the world by ignorant ersvn. Tho second ctTect icy Office in the IV'ew Court House. fcv FFICE next door to R. J. Ilackley and E. ] mijrht be declared.! null and void by the Jud,>. one thousand eight hundred and year ohar Lsj

Coui y, for a f nul setllement, and discharge from of the Life Medicines is to cleanse I the kidneys and 'Tall.iii3M.ce., Feh. 13, IH41 __________________ W. Dors-y'a Auction Rooms. I, m eat of the pre per Courts an said Di"lricl"-An.1 I rising and! requiring the District t1irtl'.ise..,
;f tho A : Snutbjalu E. TaIil'a's..e: Fib. 13, 18t1. whereas,Charles i S. Sibley. Attorney the Unite.1 I Territory to institute the Attornev of '
Jminintrstorship Christopher bladder! and CARR1GTON4AHELL *"
this .
tho liver requisite
I.; ) of o /'" by means, and luns. Slutis for. the Middle! District of Florida pr. !ecu I Iting i ings e alnlt.such banking legal

$ sid county drelfJ.C. \V. DEWITT, Adm'r. the healthful: acli'>n of which entirely! depends upon Q1lI O WANTS forbid Territory, hath appeared on this day respective ...tlJc1", a. night incorpornjon, j.

Jan. 16 the rrgu srity of the urinary The FloridaWILLprncicr.ii 6 small: amount ID Union or in Life and Tru l i in behalf of said Territory and by him the Couil I{ lures of their charters bareincunedt'orrtI
organs. I by
/ahass non
184.Admlnisu'nlor'J_ _ -- blood which its red color from .t Co note-, for sundry. 'TIll, 11 accounts that nre : l ere is given to undcistand and be informed, that I tho IUtr.Ind to prolteule
Notice.! take the agency the Co.irtx. of the same to effect 10 that
Of// !idte due, enquire of WARD .' I\Y. said-Bank, Florida"at of the laid
Leon
& I the the andIiddle
< county Cl1lrta
) be
the
liver and thu befoie Office in the 'might declared null and
rhall lungs int void
room U/
'tO '& date. apply to it : i b, tu
tl. SIX 1..IetJ lat dir the Union I March )13 33 : District afore!aid, hitli forfeited its Char.!,."limo jUdrmea:
of the ff I I r'pcr Court in said!
c Judge County Cou/t. sa heat bring IluI tmfied l Iy !hem, Dani. I Dltrlct.Afld
J.'n.3)'n4)) 200 DOLLARS REWARD.I5IUCJAIATION. -i t er, and aJjJietfljancLiji| : "'s, privilege!* and rights irn :|la.Charles S Sib! whu
0 ) .
for a final leUIlfIt anJ dlsc"arjre fr,1 tht by food coming: from : dean! (tomach! routes, I S7t '_ i 1 I 'Unities thctl y r err7 .-:1UiI' I 1.Ulr i kwlho. Middle y. Attorney oftheljte4; Sta:
Dtr.ct
; f late I rf
"miri.trator.lop> ( ALFXAVDER: I MURRAV freely through the trins, renew of the v. BV'r'.EJ--- I p ayed that a scivcfacias might iss"io according u ;; Florida pro'lelliar r.
Ii part halh
iviry Robert
Laid deceived. ATTORNEY ? Reid ( .
01 county, < By Kiit/moml Jocerijp appearedop
cud : Lt w, to summon iho said "Bank of florida lo :, tlmivdaj 011 "haI
I system, opar ,
BURWELL M'BRIDE) the tanner of'hoiilth rylI.nd "him lime',
by
!i trllllluntly m"unt Pcnsacola, lrtst Florida, I Florida. \IWHERKAH before tI.i ia Court, at the proper time and I:I*' Fy Court hIre is ri'.
nccember 19. in the I imni and be
1840 21 Administrator.'r blooming t UT' ILL nrcll'e -in; 11,1 1 -x?lh"r".._.1 /"*.._..P it i ill made known to m j icc to show cause if any it could, why the said:I informed.-hat the laid"-
t Middle District, )J0114'5 Veg cliLL! Life; Medicines: havo been V' V Cou: th of Kirarr.bia and; Walton:: Ccuntie: i m I \ J I'ASSMORK, who" was corT- .:1\'w ofncc.r 2Illi o should not be.repated.! ( ''ora d 11. at the said County of ,.7

::t Ll'UI fruporior Court. I thoroughly tinted, and pronounctd a sovereign also': in the' Court of Appeal at Tallahassee. tined l in the jail of Coihuul1lollltJ,1IIdc'! : : : a charge and ilec'ared null and .oi3V* """ ;, f.-itcd its Carter District and Florida all the aforesaid faith fi

Robert H. Berry } Af>&UM>pil, dam'ljcI $4.000, remedy for Dyspepsia; Flatulency! Palpitation of Sop 5.- 1840_( C j j of murder, arid upon uliom the sentence of death THEIlEFOKE YOU ARE HEREBY{ ; COM? .:;fight and franchise, privileJT
immunities
;; \s. Vattachment) f r $1.499-30. in. the! f cart L"I'(Appetite, Heirthuju and Elcad.athc DABNEC.- rw"riTT7 -- -- I 1 had l ) been pas-sed. IUK rnailc his c. cape from said MANuEl), That you mnkc known, t-> the tasd't: I ;' En, and hath prayed'that thereby conferred L, ,./

I Jonathan Gaoldcn. )Jsucd March 1 i841. r 'urn- Re.-tlcscr.ckS! ,.Ill-temper!! A T TOR N 1 AND Co1 V \ S ELL 0 RAT LAW j jail and i is now all I.'rf ; "Bank .f Florida" and alt the Precider.tK.CJFhiers I, ,nue, according to 1:1to a scire fuiu uiAt
I Ii able tn April term A. D. 11141.THE Anxiety, I.3I:1.rIt : Monlicello Florida. I \.*-.v. kilnJ Tlml I I. [Robert Raymond Reid I, 1 Directors and Stockholders: thereof, that th..y be. j I trai tL Bjukof Florida sun.mon the said"

1,II defendant and ali persons interested, are 1 MU! clioly ostircnu.4, Diarilu-u, Cholera! in Governor of I'ltrida, by virtue of lh.. autlioriiy, I in I before the Judge ol f our Superior Court of the L : at the to apdcar! btfoie this Cart

Ii f notified of the institution of raid Fever* of ali kinds, Rheumatism, Gout, Drols't' I %%TLlraclitel\v. : Iho and t Severn'in the' Court of I'' rue vested by law, do hereby offer a reward of Two MnMie: Di :ri2t wf P'.onda. for r rim County of Leon, ,i: any it. could proper, time Ihe ai.d said place, and show cann"f:
why
If Court Charter
suit by a'/achrrcnt, and are hereby required to appear of all kind, Gravel, Worms, Asiiima: Cln. .-* ppeals.Jan. of I Hundred l D-llirsfor the apprehension of the said I IIn the fo'.rth Mcnday in January next fir such't! |' ion should: not be prteated and of Incorporj.

I,1! and plead tu the declaration: filed: in aid canaccording lump in. Scurvev, Ulcer Inveterate Sore' Scorbutic -/ 23.1C41. I fugitive, und liiswafM delivery t't the custody of any .other tisi.e as the Courtmay be aujf,irnd lo, all' void: declared nail.tit

f'. to the form .,f the statute in such C.IM Eruptions and Bad Comr.lfioI, Eruptive 1I I I 1-----.Law-----, _______ Jailor or other fifiicrr of the Territory of Flod"1 I| S tin! Court House in the City of Tallalias-cennd: : ;; "HKRFFOliE YOU ARE:
' made and provided.CHAS.. I Notice. authorized lo take chaigtr of him. Counly of t Leon to tow, if any thug i they fo hEREBY C03i.
J That
S. SIBLEY, Aty.: of PI1T.: Complaint! sallow, clou-iy! and o.l.er disjproc"lle ,! fTJIIIK M : Co-partnership hitherto existing between I William, l'asmnore is about six fret ln !h, lirjlitcomplexion ; I tlitn.sflviu li.ivc or run s >'y. v\hy the, said ( ,'-Ctiitrai r,3IANDED( Kank, of you' "aka' known to (he ny

: M3rch2O,1811.-3m I : 24_ Complexions! Salt! Rheum, Erysipiias/ : Common :I W.M. 1 1. DUVAL and W4T. II. BROCK 8111. has been aflii'-ted with the white" of Incorporation of 1u:'fli1uk of Florida" >hokldr! ;I t ; Cu .' } .lJfuld: 3 nd al!! PrtsrJeat*Diectors -

I F S. 1 d'J D. Coicman! 1 'IAIHSO.N :tP..RI"1 Cou T Colds and Influenza, and the vari'JI other con,-;i ESDnOUGI I rII &been this day dissolved by mu- !swf-i'lmrr: III hi* right leg, winch! is much rnal.'t'r l sI not bo lepealtc1!, annulled and m'J r. void. andairt!t '.[ t tI. they( I l.f, Ufuro! ;.ier the< Ju.r amt"c Stottholder of our St, thereof that

I? _=,1 v. ::> plaint which afl.rt the human fra' r. In I I H. BROCKENBROUGH than the other. I I I.Lcrtic immutiitirfs, privi'ej/e-' a.d frarchUcs. b}r jtbc; Middle Dihtrirt of FK.r-da fur pf'rior Court of '

'd I Abraham! Bell- ) AlacITwlt oprllterm.A.D.1B1.alunp.it flrl i: Ague particularly, the Life Medicines, lne Ftver'C': ado\: J at Apalachicolppand will continue to Given under! my hand, ar.d tho seal of the Territory I I ihe arne coiif rrid ic Beizcdiiilo' pss(-..->ion and! t Leon, on tile tOl.niJurL.a! of the County of
.
l1 l $143 43.THE t II. practice in the Apalachicola thin imli Dee1 1 lI0, at the m
)- eminently: *ucns"ful-so much so that, in Uit.lrict.and the writ or fr"chI.er
of
'1 defendant and otlic-i interested County Leon, and the ofTalbha"tre.ROBEaT. rect-Hc 'l\'t.oitlhe said Court t then and there of it;, time nth.
arc Court Court be
the Fever of Appeals may adjoumttMo. at
al districts the
II notified the institution of said \Ague physicians almost uni. iGadsderi I ; regularly, india Jefferson a nd RAYMOND REID. aid them in 5his behalf, shall conttder and' said County ot Leon. the Court HOOK of
at of
f suit by attachment, returnable to said term, :and veually prescribe them. I!, ,aIlahaee.vpeciaily Nov.20ih.employed. By the Governor, .-And you are further, comma, ,:d?d to give:said County, to show' if ,iky Tallahasseein
thing
,. they are hereby required to appear and ph-ad! tothe .All!I that Jlr. Motfdt requires of his patients, F. S. 1H35.DIt. J. M'CANTS, Secretary of Florida. notiieofthe n.stitution, of ih* proceeiiinj. bjr't dyC8 have, or can s.v: -my why the aid they' fur lh.m-

$ declaration filed in aid ca .e acccrdmijtolaw. t lo be particular in taking tho Life Medicines strictly il'l' resumed the BE..TTIE -dec--21-, 13 2l I puWfation! hereof in somo public! newspaper; in:I ]1 IIcorp'. rcltlOu of t.'lt, "Ccutral l Bank Charter of
of Medicine -- ------ -- ---- I of Fiflridi"e :
practice
CHAS.S. SIBLEY. 1 according: to the direction. is Uut by a new*.1'HAS and hi in all it:. Beef Cattle "IVamed. i I' lie Middle District Florida, lor the space of should: not be repealed, annulled and .
Mach 13, Atfy of P1J. I tender .professional servi I: subscriber will the fc,r' months from the day of the date hereof; and thal1YO'll 1 rna g void
give highei-t j.and all
price ) liberties,
i to the ; j iIn.s'u..iiities
notice, '
P nor that rights. UJ
paper by he
_____ any thing himself] may | cel community. His office is ut St. Maiks, THE ( stall fed '1 make return oflhi! writ, and ofyourl'rocetI'nltl I.' !- privIe&1:
cattle, delivered
at the house on being at )franchises by the
f in their I of ri. C. same ronlerred. be
Id win D. ) MADISON SUPERIOR COCRTvs. : say favorthsl hi- hopes to'gain credit. Il1is 18 Spencer. his Tan Yaid, in T llahUIfc.J. thereon, on the first day of the next term ofj f j posses'sinn amid control of said seiied into
I i )July 15 2m. [The Star ( Territory of Florida
alone by the results of fair trial. will .
coemaT'1 April Term A. D.) 1541. I _copy. I D.GALBRAITH. this Court. I i and further to do, and receive what the
I 4 John ; Attachment in Assumpsit for JTIoflat's medical Manual: ..designed alI DR. .OlN n. POPE Feb. 20.1841. WIT,.ESi.-IUCHARD G. WELLFORD, I;I ,then end thcre.of it and them, in thai telialfihall said Court

r, $703 45.THE domestic guide to health. This little pamphlet! OFFERS hi* serviccii to the people I ; htFi/i/ r'S I Cierk of our said Court this )18th day ,consider. Slid direct,-And y"o are further ;.

r defendant in said cue and all!! others in edited by W. B. Moffat, 375 Broadway, N. York,, over the Jtftr""n County. Office in .1onlicclo. Jinii-ayspepnc cFREl'ARKD I Hay of January A. D 1841, and the si.1 j j ,maniioJ to give notice of the institution com1
William ot'tbi-pro-
are hereby notified ofthe instilutioi I I ttore Denham 4- liv tyfith year of Ihe Independence ef tlie: (Unit
hns ccedtng.by publication hereof
of said suit by attachment returnablu been published for the purpose of explaining MonlicelloMar, i8.iO. I ed States of America.It. Ii SOIIIB public aevt.
to .aiJ -- .. C. E. HAYNES M. D. | paper in the Middle District of Florida for .
'Irrn, and more fully diseases, and will I J. -- -- G. WELLFORD Clerk of ; tb
they are hereby requited to appear and I Mr.IIfl'ltheorl JII'CAXTS, Sparta Georgia. I space uf thrce mouths from the "of the
day data
plea to the declaration tiled said be found highly jot 'mreatin' to Attorney and Counsellor I iho Superior Court of the Middle District of
in case ; j i
to according persons seeding at Law, ,. IIESE justly celebrated pilln. which are win- I j hereof; and tiatyou! make return of this writ and.f
Florida for Leon
CHAS. S. SIBLEY. health. I treats upon prevalent diseases, and the WILL ractice in thc Courts of the Middle: I ninjj their way to pre-eminent plplllu.rity,1 j I County. 'I your proceedings ineieon on the first day olDest

.rch 13, 184 I-3m 33_ _A t'y of PItT. causes thereof Price 2 cents-for sale by .Mr. and in the Court of Appeals. 0 f. are suited to all cases requiring either mild apericnt : i ill of the ro-I t term of! our said! Court. -
fice atTallairs "jaTOTICE hereby given foregoing
MotTttl's ee, Fla. tf april IS I WITNESS-RICHARD G.
Leon Superior Conrt. agents generally. 180'VC or active cathartic medicine prepared by one JT| ceedinj to all mentioned and \VELLFORD

The CommuV of Tallahassee! ) It Thee valualle Medicine. are for sale by r rmackledlc sA; LonirT of the oldest physicians in the southern country:- | cerned therein as I ama persons thereby directed. conj i j Clerk of our said Court, this 18th day ol

,g. > In Chancery. RANDOLPH & LEWIS. LAWTALLAHASSEE having been tested by Inure than ten years exper i-j LEIGH READ. J January A. I). 1&41. and sixty-fifth jaar
of
David B. Butler A. another.IT ) Dec. 5 19 cnce in hm private practice before they wee offer. I Marshal of the Middle 1 DUriot of I American; Independence.
_ ., .. FLA. ; Florida II I !?. appearing the Court that the defendant, -- ed to tho public, end having, whenever fairly tried,
pracuce. Jan. 23.5 by JOHN F. KACHLER M I }
in I
HEADACHESICK
David B. U'Uler, is not an inhabitant of this OR NEKTOUS. ,' WILL of the) parinerstiip Middle in the Supci. been oreferred to all other article. of similar form, :, the Superior Court of the Middle District

; Territory, but resides in GeorgiaIt is thereforeSfikE..SllJiiyjV remedy The extraordinary for this reputation that is Dr. Sp .". District*, and in the Court of and Apalachicola are confidently recommended a* greatly superior TERRITORY OF FLORIDA, Florida foi Leon County.

i't .; plain anti bill, the'.otIIR.Hr.1'U\VJl\ confessedagainst ?L I ni. That 10'distressing much suffering"shoTTTd complaint aja-'e every; -f .lr offe i.:&for the Dreent. i in th" n.Appeals._ ___-. Their u.__. for_general.- ... -use- .,r.--j to every_other_.:=__known. :._ .remedy.'" ".... _/i TO the irnrfcif **.. .3IZJJ1 Jd" .', 1'1'OTICl i. t...", giren of the foregoing pro-
the For sale greeting ceeilmg to all
:
wil ed for without agents. by persons mentioned and cooc.rs.ed .
IC ages discovery -- --
any or
him and tho matters thereof, decieed nc nil preventive or cure, is truly a subject of much- .uMisSc. S lTi"TLL RANDOLPH & LEWIS.: WHEREAS, heretofore to wit; on the eighth I 'therein as I am thereby directed.!
curding ; .but is further ordered that a copy o on the Tallahassee I Jan. 30, in the LEIGH
1841.lyNOFICE. of Lord
but READ.
regret ; Dr. S. year our
this now assures the public thAt I' : _
order be
published in somo one of the tie such a remedy been invented Monday of January next, for Girl., one thousand eight hundred and thirty-two Char- I Marshal of the Middle District of Florida,
will convince and .
papers printoJ i in this Territory, for four mont!I. the most credulous.. The as Boys under twelve years of age. Her school ter of Incorporation wan granted by the Lcgi-Iafive Jau> IS by JOHN F. KACHLER. P.M.
principles which it room will bo in tho persons indebted to the subscribers
upon lower
ruccessivoly.- of by noto
story Mr. II ALL Council of -- -
the Territory of Florida such ;
to I
acts
are simple and plain. Il is admitted fact CUTER"I persons TO iE-piJliLIC.
ALFRED BALSH Judge an new h'UBC. in Monroe] street. account on the 1ft January, 1841. are
should subscribe
as the
to of
stock certain Bank
April 3. 1841 4 \ thai this complaint whether called S:ck Heid2chc Miss SMITH to earnestly requested to come forward and settle the a r' HE subscriber informs
in 36 Nervous engages teach all the branches I to be established in the Town of Ma no'ia' and jl respectfully the citawi
or Headache
VA VIU) S. \\ ALKER, stomach-those who think, arises they primarily have the from Nervous the the usually promotion required of;her and hopes by her exertions in same account M will further be continued indulgence for will the not bo given. No I j' should comply with tho provisions of said Charter ,, .* of of the Tallihauum.ee and more generally the citizen
preterit counties
ex surrounding of the
pupils to render year which' !
ATTORNEY. AT LAW, V.WILL Headache may rest assured that thin organ, the lisfitcliori general sa- ccpting with those of our customers who have been seid' Bank was incorporated by the name and of piorida. also of the adjacent counties Territory Gcur-
ol
'
of [
'ag
!MCCIUNTS
practice the Courtsofthe Middle Di.trlltor stomach is tho first C1'6e. that the system has become TIRMS, PER QDARTER- punctual in paying their accounts with us. style\IAGIIOLU-And wheraas AND PLANTERS RI.VKor gia, that he has establifed I.iiuselfin the
Floridais Office is the first room to the rirfht vitiated or debilitateJ, through the stomach, Orthography and BET TON &FISIIEK. ; ulso on the twelfth
: and that Reading, $5.00 day February, in the year of our Lord! our thousand DRUG Ay CHEMICAL
only through the channel Jan. 23. -
came The
over J B. BuUceloretnTelahasseewhere! may; I must they above, with Writing and Arithmetic, 8.00 eight hundred and ZpSIXESS,
always be found. expect ; restoration of the natural and The above thirty-two an art waspassed in'the city of Tallahassee,
healthy \vith English Grammar the Goicrnor at No. 3 Berry's Row
On by and
Geography
ConsignmentT Legislative Council
functions of
I of the This (one door
Dr. from the
!>r. A. JTI. KAi\DOLI'II' in system. object, Sphon'srcmrdy ; and History, 10.00 'I'\ \VO ChariOteeS, t-u-table; lor two or four the Territory of Florida,to amend the said Charter The Poet Office.)
localed hinuelf Tallahassee! eminently calculated to attain. The Tal.hasee. Dec. 26, 1840 22 iiihorsen for sale of And quality of hm stock of Medicines HAVING: of. truth of lliis position cannot bo controverted, and cheap fir CASH nq'jiro of Incorporation;- whereas also, on tho riflesnth can safely and confidently
professicmlcervjces recommend Ie the ass
the of
to public. WARD1.Y day February in the of
the year our Lord of the
sooner sufforcrs with the Public from
H. II to be found nt the office! of Dr. J. H. Ran headache become NOTICE. Jan. 2. 1841. :24 one thousand i ht hundred and ; his knowledge! and bag u*
dolph,, on Monroe' Street. convinced of it tho sooner wil their sufferings end IfHEREBY notify all pprsens.. that the firm of act was inn, thirty-four an perienco in the bu incs*. with Jill ti>Diir* iejuaihtance -
Hay 2fi 42 In restoration of health. Sphon pledges: his. 'PPINGLFR & LYMAN is this day din olveJ; I Lost or Iislaid, Territory passco of Florida oy Legislative uouKCil ot the with the most ret ert3ble Northern Illd
professional reputation on this fact. The and not be for NOTE of hand fur supplemental to the said Eiiroocan Houses his
remedy wi responsible any transao- ( Iwcnty-two dollars given Chatter of Incorporation -elections can be relied on.Genuine .
W. C. MILLER, may be bed at the IpolleraiC. lions made by the' said LTMAN in the name of the .lJl by George Young to the Subscriber, dated enrollment of said an appears by tho original /- I
Charter
ot
,Care CVILSO In a!acidity or sourness stomach, this reme firm.t A. SPE. GLER. some time in January) Ufcl. All persons are can and said amendment and said Incorporation, Drugs. Chemical Patent .Mcdicin, 5 rjicst fcwlittmc'its.
WRIGHT & CO. dy is sovereign and invaluable! Taliaria., ..ee. Dec. lioiied for the aid supplemental of Paints Oilt
: ; I a general lami- 5,180. 19_ against trading note. A liberal: record in the olfice of the Secretary of the Glue.
43 Pot/drays Street, |Iy medicine it ia now adopted by many of themost PLEASE TAKE NOTICE. reward will be given to tho finder on returning it t I' of Florida as well aa by the public statutes Territory of the and an extentive assortment. of French k EflgluL
respectable families. It never sickens the Ju'y4, 1840 49 JAM IES C. WELLS.
NEW.ORLCa B. BULL & CO of Florida PERFUMERY
III. stomach or of the J have just received new Territory printed: by authority of the ,
the of physic. pioduccs any unpleasant effects I and fashionable hats of Beaver. Silk or 'I'hlV lUaiiuIactor Governor and Legislative Council of tire same,- t t likewise numerous, FANCY ARTICLF.S ; sot

Superb Court Middle DIl.rrJct for Mole Skin, which they offer to the public reasona 1,II E:' ribrr, continue, to cairy on thl. ahov'\ Anil whereas also, a law \\as passed by the Gover-I I which he will? dispose of to town and oooatryt

of Florida. Direciunl use accompany e.\h bottle. bly! fur pecie or its equivalent, and for the> currency I hu .u.sJ In all its branches and ktct constantly nor and Legislative Council of taid, Territory <>n !t friends and aralrrv. on the most liberal teraw atj ,

',(I CIA CERY.) E. SPHON, M. D., of Middo' Florida at such rates a!becomcihconscience. I on hand a :emermml, iLtlSortmclltVIm';. lie of I' the fourth day of March, in the 'y1':1t of our Lord |j I Wholesale and n-tan II 1 1I
and Inventor.
Proprietor (era at uholi-saie! ; or retail lonuii url'ha.cr". thouioml lirnJrtd and He has aso'! > rifjjiivoreJ to the tuts.e.abl..IlIlIg .
Between Andrew G- Xorw.ot. A-) For rale in Tallalufe l Iy one eight lhrty-nin, nuthonzmg I meet public
Turobull and Eickiei Mooie, and b2 47 RANDOLPH .Al"" a good ortment of clothing Cloth CeMmercs *. I W.\! H. FRANCIS, and requiring the District. Attorr.e; }* of said by a
LEWIS. ''
.6m"11' Jacks.n. partner in trade under ': .----- .- ---- & -- nr.d, Ve.ting', front the consent to the -?p|1' .6 9 ----- --- MuitroeMnct.Ku Territory to institute the requisitele:ai prucced- Soda Witter Fountain!

the iiiino: stylo :and firm of Moore I Cr rsvfJackun Copartnership. -finest. PlrlFf call nod witness for vounel\r_. ( \i.\N. ; A il KliXA 'lY[ & 1IAN.\: logs atfair.:t such Banking Incorporations in thtiriciruective on a new cnJ bigLy irrj-roved principlj, which

for thomoelvei and others. B.I.. 'IHE subscribers have this. day entered into Watches, .cWelryCAc.; COiiitnissiuii ?IerchaiitsiVtw DivincH, ns 1I1I.I.l, have incurrtd fort;.. makes: and renders the Mi'dicalqcah'tj ef ths wa-

who may coma in and coi.tribute.Stc. Filed l inFeb. !. I' I pcneial coiumifHion" and for : rr : uu"Lrber has on Orleans. tunof il.cir! Jliartirb by non-userand to prosecutethe ter more ctficaciou! & and IIgr fale.rUtCRII"TlOs.Falily .

8 Complainant: and John B K* n. & \ 1840.Iu wardm; mere.wl, under the stylo of McNtiuijht C' J'hand 1 I vrry haiidsome Refer' t.) R. \. Cail, nnd Ht-nry Bond. hamu tll etlei. t, to that the said Charters It, : Mccicines, and Plantation -

Mary Center udmiriistratrix of William & W TM. McNAUGHTl c: ,_ /. /. r.f \'attlle.Jrw. Jnn. i); 1 13.5'J. 24tf be declared: null and void I by the: Judgment of the slJl'plie. carefully put up ; and the most strict

Center lately deccawed, Defendants. J JAMES ORAIO.M 1. /!,' ," 'L :tyif; ; )) ,'by P'' ted Wi-re Silver, I' proper Courts 1:1 sid District,-And v.Ierea8 attention wili he bestowed to the accuracy and election

IT appearing to the Court by affidavit, that the -Port L(!on, Jan 2( 1C40 26 f II VI I r r. '- ?'..\ sl'""s, Cutlery &c., which STAGE LINE Charles. Sibley, Attorney of the United States of all order

aid Mary Center ono of caid: defendants nhovc. I Gostenhofer 3k Davies, .- I.. ,*, 1 i .c..*?-4: be offers for sale on his usual From Columbus Ga., to Apalachicola Fla. for the Middle Du-tnct of Florida, pro ccutin;; for I The tubtcribcr hopes through assiduity,and attention

named, resides beyond the jurisdiction of this 'COITIITIISSIOA MERCIIA t "-< "erms. He will receive new Four Horse [Post Coaclirs. said Terr.lory hath appeared on this day on behalf I to business, to eugsgo and merit a bansofpuWic

Court to wit, in the ktnle of New York. Il i is considered '. NEW: ORLEANS. -4.i.uiisk.- uII''l'es| dnrin.r the winter. : of said: Territory! and by him the Court here I p.mtrou.a.'e.

and ordered that the .aiJ defendant Maiy REFERENCES. Bond. EMJ, WATCH REPAIRING is given' to uiuie.'bt.inil! nd !be informed liiittlieioaia ; t t I ROBERT L. BAER.Dc' .

Center, *dinini tralrix of William Center, lately: Messrs. Button & Fisher, Is attended to with as much ability and promptie I 1'hir 3!Mi-rcltenU'.d I'ia Iltcr' Bank! of M.i4"i tI'' Cg. S2tf_ No. ?. Berry Vj Ro"

deceased, do "appear and answer raid complainant a Kerr &Kirkiey, as al any shop in the Southern conntrv. 11011:1': at II.c county of Leon, aid' Middle: 1'is-lriit/ ; i i j I,- NOTICE.

biilof within four from Ta11almasee. Jan 3 FRF.DERICKTuWLi:. aoreMiidhath( l forlciled its Charter and all the
complaint months the date Era
Via Florence J-orttiaines CST or taken from the store of the 1 1f Tat. )
tnehtpu' :iution'of thi"rdrrother\i IKC lid bill Ml6rl. Molyneux, WitherLy, 4Ceo.. Liverpo3areh23 :S'l'I-c.- Blakely Porter'sand ; Irabcluav, ""rlvdt'gcs.ng.ts! aiiii Ilsirnunitin'stlmcrchvcoilfeed j I (. SPK.NCLER& LnJ.\ sundry QUARTER-
will bv taken 1 1140. 33 Iv Browns Ferries, Ga., and Irtcinton by n n-IlStr, arid he hath
Ii
in that
confeto. further wall
prayed
pro I orderedthat my abjure from Florida. Barton C. ,I ; I i: MASTER'S CEITl'FICATES, amounting !
this aider bo pub'ishcil: one of the newpp L. NOTICE. DUUING .Monticcllo, is roy spent and ntlori Ala.NLY JettejatlaS ini nt IK-UO accordintr to law. to I ura-:- :I l to about $, OOO. One of thI said CertificttH?

prs printer and published at Tallahassee! iti iho c TRAYED or stolen, from the subscriber, at I'IIUY.i JOHN F. TL'CKER. I O 30 HOURS stage travel from Co!umI Inn d.u bald""The Merchoints'a';! Planters' Rank 'made payable to nemicdy nouse ; auou.c ..,

DitMd afes' l. once a week for four month f thu house of John Ad.'i.ol, 1 11 J mileK, W. ol jin8 2 I bus GII. tu New Orlcmm in splendid Coaches, Magnolia! to appear before liiia Court at the i mas Ali : and the re.-1 are made payable lo tLe fats

Dated, this 3T.t day of Deccmbor.. fP40. Tallaliafs- a bright forrcl HORtiE.' :a I.laze I I n Ii level and beautiful road along the banks of proper lime and plare, and hcw cauic if any it' I firm of Spengler ff LvmanTallahassee.

ALFRED BALCH, Judge &c. in his face, lund feel: whIte, and a .ud ln-mak on For Sale, he Chattah-<-l'fe River. could.why the aiu Charter of I Incorporation should I I All perM.iiare hereby warned against porchaainp -

Anet hm back., Any information, of said hone, will begrnt..fuly A HANDSOMK LIGHT BAROUCHE with HAYS OK DEPARTUREFrom ( nol I te repealed, and declared null and void. i the said certificates.

G. WELLFORD Clerk.' acknowledged ; and. any on dei.rrri harnt.H, complet for two horses, by Columbus! on T'davs and Fridays, ilLElEI: : ORE YOU ARE HEREBY: : COM-1 I Doc 5. 1 1S40 1 19 JLSPENGIlB'j .

l. i i.g him to either of the public slables. pe in Tall a- 'M- i -1'ort-Leon- Feb. B. WM. ?''I'NAUt( lIT.R. 6 o'clock. i\. l\I.? ":tED Till, Merchant) That you .make kncwii to tle said' !I NOTICE.
.cce.slul! bt( duly rewarded. < --- From Chatlahoochcc on the same daysand and Piinter Ii.nkof.\Iagnolia,1' !
same VALU4-
For saic or Renl.a ft. UlK! VAR nTK and all fWlHE subsciber ofll-rs for sale, his
time after Ihe arrival of the U. S. Mail 1'rci.iu'erits, Directors Cashiers' and Stockholders :
Boat
from
MASON W .
W. JL
I the Armoma
WILLIAMS Remedy for Dysentery, Diarrhaa Summer i TiLE PLANTATION on
A HANDSOME Dee 1 840 Ap.ilacliicola.; via lotsand meeting at ForlGainn. tlur of, that they arptar before the Judge '
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6. 2 Eat ( "
being ti1e Vf.
TWO.STOry _ Complaint, Court of [ half of the N. quarter
and
FRAME STORE. eligibly .itua.a'ed Cramps Spasm. Person" desirous of going from Columbus Ga. our Superior Court of the Middle District oh 1 tim B
4 SuperIor Yoke two, township two North "
: : fur of Oxen, young nnd Iho above complaint, this Medicine t to New Orleans will find this Florida, tor the county of Leon, the range one
far
bu.ine. near the centre of order, for ale 1all has by the rlio.ipotnnd on fourth I' : the West half of the i\. W. of sectio two
Rail Road Street, Port Leon. A lib. tdn IIUo I 20 J.by a certain remedy, both to children and i moht expeditious well as the safest and Monday in April neJttafter the date of this writ, township two, North quarter and East ASO.
will be D. GALBRAITH adult. Numerous tcMimoniahi, most, comfortable il or micli other time aa t'ic' court bo range one,
aral credit
given on good security. W. arc given of its way all intersects the great may adjourned the Cast ballot the IN'.E- of section thi.
invite the attention of those wishing a favorable Valuable lauds lor Sale. efficacy which may be seen where the Medicine in Brunswick and Fiorida Line at Chaltahoochce, to, at tl.e Court (House of said: county of Leon. in quarter I""
township two, and Cast
one, JNotth ;
stand for business THE Kuhttnber/ having a Creator quantity of sold. Prepared: by Robert Bernard Norfolk Va. making travel of but 30 hours by stages tnruugh the City of Tull. haseo in mid county show if i known PS tlc range Fuller >r Bcmbry plsnl! tio
M'NAUGHT than is For rale in Tailahasbe by the whole route. Time from Columbus any thing they for themselves have or cnn '
& ORMOND. desirable for his own cultivation 10 Mobile fay, | There is about 160 acres of land which, (or
Port Leon Nor 7, 1840 15lf affers for sale three valuable pcnt.tiunl-nne..it.: sep. 4. 6 RANDOLPH & LEWIS.; 54 hours. why the said charter ot said incorporation of"The I2.lt.rchiu 'fertility of soil, etc.. be open ranked,among IM

ualed on Black Creek about thirteen miles east Notice. For f the Proprietors, rite and Planters Hank of Magi.olia."shouldnol : best lands in tIme Territory may These lands laj, itb'
Cotton WelgblDI. from Tallahassee, containing thirteen A LL Persons WILLIAM CADY. be repealedannulled) and made void and all the i in few
claims of the
hundred having or demands a yard great Armenia lake '
against
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THE .UIC1br, ofCotton, acres, 600 of which are in :high slate of cultiva d Charles Black! deceased, or the estate in the Chattahoochrr, January !0, 1840. 27 tfTHOSE liberties, immunities rights, privileges and franchises pasturage cannot b< surpassed in the world T1'
an act at the last ----- by the samo confined seized .
passed sos- tion, the residue rich -- by, into
mostly hammock land subscribers will possession in altos new well
possession,
with present them without convenient tothcdwsllio
lion of the Legislative Council NOTICE. and control of said
respectfully in. all the farm houses Territory and farther
necessary and delay to ROBERT RAYMOMD plenty of cxcelenl water.
forma the publw that he it prrpard to weigh Cot. the crops raised upon this plantation have outbuildings not been Gaardianof Robecca REID. who are indebted, either by note or to do and receive what the said Court then and. Thu purchaser can have from i indOIJgence. '
ton either city or al the Railroad? Depot. by in the A. Black. : to the late firm of Gorman and there. in this behalf, shall consider and directandyou 2 to 3 yean
April 10 There is
surpassed any if ewloa
country.
about tf
Another fine
,
His scales manufactured the 37 Hall, will call office are further commanded to pow growing a mop
are at acme place as the same distance, northeast from at my and settle the same givo notice orth. the farm, suitable
those used by the United Slates generally, and : about 700 acres, of'rich Talaluseo.ltaini"g ., NOTICE. I immediately.By institution of this proceeding by publication hereof RICHARD for the purchaser.CROWEI

likewise by the weighers of cotton in the city of ry land ; with 80 or 70 acres in cultivation 4 LL persons are hereby cautioned from trading I, so doing the costs of action at law will be in some public newspaper in the Middle District July 4,40.18 49 H.

New York, and have, been examined Ly the In. another in Hamilton county, about ten miles; and JL for any note or flots given by Daniel Buie to saved as all claims unpaid, will'be put in nuit at of Florida, for the space of three month. from the .
spector of scales and from Joel 8. Graven the first court day 01" the date hereof, and toat make NOTICE.
weights of siid city,and pro the 5u.annee Springs, as a note of the above description having jurisdiction.JOSEPH you return
rd correct. Price ; containing about is lost or has been of this writ, and of your proceeding Subscriber U*
weighing, 10cants per bale. acres, a small part in cultivation, with farm 2 prolonged from letter, the BRANd thereon on THE i is desirous of renting o.*
,D. M.:SHEFFIELD r Wrtgher of Cotton. &,c. This land is of superior quality for ncoes. amount and date not known to the writer. Feb. 13, ,J841.George the first day of tne next ierm of our said court. and Negroes belonging th*
Talaba) :OU IM. f of island tJfc" culture Fob. 20. WITNESS.-RICHARD G. WELLFORD, Estate of Edmund Brook Visa, deceased, lyinf r
sea cotton. .
Edgiey has arrived in Clerk of said
--- town our court, this 18th Jefferson County, for' the next (1341.J
S TaATED (row Ih* Camp Major Also a tract.of 400 acr s, al the natural bridge Dissolution 01"Copartnership. Digger is his profession January A. D 1841), and li ty.fiftb day Terms will raade'known year applicatio, <

war Tallahasseeon lb. 25th Churhi., on the St. Mak.; about 1 miles couth cut of Tal THE Copartnership heretofore existing under Where he wunta to be well known, Independence of the United. States yearoftho I Mcurt. Tkompaoo Si lisper,upon TaJlabaa, u

fIb rM, kizuaa hand high, the hair i is lahaweet, ftbi.traci. & rich atuYalti. name and style of BaowM & GAUiuiTff, And cash is his decision. 4 auj 22 of America. the Subscriber* at Wutland, Jefferson Cooaty.

toUifor* left, from the b. .. ; par1.of. upon it there is a mill seat, greater in the Tanning and Currying.Businesses this date R. G. WELLFORD, Clk. LT-ENW.VA ?.
b.
waler than'ny, in Middle dissolved by mutual Strayed, .
-Watch oa lh inside of the ltd power Florida. consent.
( Administratrix of &
o t. E. B. Vs... .
person that will.brfofbim to the bile Houee Any, Th.lands will be void at moderate prices, and The business will hereafter be carried on in the FROM Quincy, about six week aince,. soa. !il hereby given of the foregoing dieS 19 tf eeaf
; ;. iud if dtsjraBle! name ef jJOHN D. HORSE.bout four old,with three NOTICE pro.
,.r,1 fit* ie Information laid bis ruab the purclJ..u GALBRAITH, who i. au. ysara to all persona mentioned$ .aod -
shill paid all rpen u.i t re- c Union Bank Stock a ore th rited) to settle the attain of the lata concern while feet, and a blue in the fact. A liberal re. thereinaa lam thereby directed. concerned JLCMJUBH.UPERIOR -
part
.crr1 1,1941 .. up BRADEN THOMAS BROWN ward will bt linn for kis return, or for information LEIGH! S QUALITY OF PLANK (sisty

)'.. 4 ,. De II Dae IP, 1840 21 J. D. GALBRAITH where F.b IS he can be found. Apply at this tffice. MaS.ihal. IhYMiddle District i of READ"onida. obtained.description,Owa-
Jan.81 by JohnF.KACHLFR D. P4.S by applying to us. Tersns-Caia.
Dec U W BETTOPC & FISHER

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