The Floridian
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Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: August 14, 1841
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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'ro THE PUBLIC. : It u -w.a" ,
ibe extraordinary rbat.
that I publish .feat
reluctance .
It i8 with great the1aoOOlabie .i 1.'r << .. ; I "
: snt & (
correspondence Ulr; fa -
fol1owlnJr; \ I am &
tbe und nlysC\r. pa.r a.
Henry Clay' .,tho culti
the many unfounded ,._ r Jm 1
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to \) ..
comtllcd the public' ear, : ; Yu& p zmbandonsdbytbeeccetly &
luchfl bn'e readll'd m ( m (!):i'f wttmmAIIU JltLU, ThTDO. te ,
mrs \\ nninaion of the C emancipated slaves. '_-
rcgard to the onrrin r-: nod I _. The Journal of Comjntrcf, ofils l&hoJtJune
| difficu\IY\ it dj9C1O9C.1 am op. ed, tlmt no length of't'nie or misfortunes; fI ence (which, if known, have affectionate Uatkment of sincere iahis second one,in.the"'simple Jamaica of the
might person motices .
ben your
\ \\C of had frn frt ,
unpknsant making
chane. 1 believed
{ with the lh artl. ,
rosed> l'rincipk, to practice of public remark; evidenced such and the uniform II counteracted. ) and a.the decision: by I ; .' H.. singular, after; my "Insulting; to him, hip Hector, Ge and nbotr
S I Tyler against an old an.l l lash which f .
matters the private What Smarting: under the applied seven native African and sixty-four Mat
private Jstii.cc have no otherbut.iuthe and a contrast is here between ,
\ I. undeviating conduct on my part, you polmcfcl fp"el of General Harrison, whose : preente with
( strengh.he "explana. hundred and
prcFon 11 my prates abut t roons ; ship Elizabeth, with one
to Ils to me, activelyengaged
publicity could l be professions
In giving never prevailed upon to even express popularity had W8
him to the station he
left nlC. i ele\'lte tion, when I should reach tern havi
S rc of I' I' in the of 1829, and bter .eighty-two is reported g
decision erena
nltcrna the 'a preference for else to detri.i Mrieao .
one fills
leave any now "
whole trans3Ctfl: I my \ou1d assume for myself a his practice when I stood a disfranchised citizen per ,.f mind; and he artifully ge to get i a..I sade from Leone for Trinidad ; and
the It Si.ra
who most capa. ment. cuts to the heart to be
those arc me ] spirit of philosophy which I do not .
to I withdrawal of insulting by returning -
possess ef emigrants
\lIe contro'cr investigation, and of ed in the compell'l and of the District of Columbia\ in 1841, pursuing my language r f ship Supno waiting a 'ar
by course will
to it a -1m yo'ir present not endeavor to obtain. ; my note in but in extravagant -:
b1c of giving ingupon it a just! j-idgment. Could be satisfied of the sad reverse, and to change I Mi. Clay greatly, err?, if he really supposes Should the humble walks of my profession friendship. As contempt he had not offered his: I: Thus Dmana. again

pronou ha\'eobtaincd 1 any other satisfaction, I would my opinion of one, for whom I have so long as he insinuates in his note of 22d June I any one inquire what could be Mr. explanations-and I coulu\ conceive of none, to worked We by the bone plantations and are of Af

J done,. it. It will he seen below, iliaM ; S cherished in my bosom the best of feelings. i it last, that my feelings towards him were the Clay's interested motive, in preferring Mr. which could clear him, after such an avow. b. The slave ships, musl human
after taken
to what had
'notba\'C ofcon1p1aint. me, place,
Ibatl 1 had such cause Yours, respectfully, result of mortification and wi
aldetcrmed he should the advantage
admits t disappointment nt' not obtained ,
embarked for Cuba
since are
Clay both residence of the District
we are ofl o Br
wnuIJ require of him "i1-1" W. L. "liUENT. the loss of office. If office bag cap
an was all that I he letter
; ] >. Columbia! I answer, that I charge his sole I sought by returning my :; I benevolent, liberty.Ioving
1115 "agency" in the! matter -I lion. II. CI.AV, desired or cared for, I would not rend i and the day I wrote him
ot I asun. motive to be found in the fact that Mr. Fen. upon very fame my but the slaves are not to their
liano\ct sutTcrl'd a period of more United States Senatoi, present. der as 1 have done doOW the 22d June thus him rtore
he has publicly, note ofthe fastening upon
\ t tit t unt dal is known to be an active and able polili- i villages, 'lo greet parents, wives ad
than four weeks to elapse without offering atone- S 11Clay's reply. \friendship," Mr. Clay says "shouldnot partisan writer, and one who,if he chooses the most opprobrious and insulting languag children, fem whom they have been torn by
aVhtcSt "explanation as an I WASHINGTON 22d June 1841. be allowed" to broken off even after( I that can between honorable I violence. the
WC the of without i L would by his pen, advance Mr. Clays pass They are re-shipped to We
'aB wrong complained or my letter of the June last. His voiceisasyct received that note, with the enclosure, upon' Indies to increase their toils the
nlcnt fur Dear Sir : I received and return your prospects, whilst, since my residence in the by tropical
the insultingdeniaItSrL"e
reparation for ': i potential with those who have 1\\ the 23d of June, and from that moment to products of these Islands that the af
: him. I If I letter, addressed to me on the 20lh, and which Di'tric! 1 had devoted myself exclusively to1 i people
fastened\ upon their gift the high offices of Government; and the present (more than weeks having Great Britain be with and
knfua''c been I rrad only this moruil' It contains language my profession, in which lam better known I fur may supplied sugar
wronged by him, it would have were to wait his own go.d pleasure, elapsed) I have heard nothing from him up.Qn coffee uncursed slave\ hands. Such free
S ,
ha'l' been hanatoned winch yon ought not to employ, and I than as a writer. I do not mean to intimate by
hut sheer justice! that he should\ if hadhilethccorrefponder.ee ought not to receive ; and I am unwilling t that "And cr.,1 tho pregnant hin rci of the knee, I that Mr. FendaUs services could b pur. this subject. After his failure to notice my labor as will be performed by these men,findsa
this long period of lime, he 'I \, m rlft may y follow fawning," I language, as man of honor should have parallel only the service of the
.1or it In in a moment when you tire disappointed' andS chased by iuch a selfsh moiive in Mr. Clay, u i 1llnar
omitted to do 5O, \\ mortified, intemperate and harsh expressions: i perhaps I might yet bask in the; smiles ofpower. or that Mr. Clay any reason from Jlr.j noticed h; and considering that he ha no British sailor elist by a press gang!-
if I had asailel him with But I such base submission could honorable avoid
which he have
and scorn
ground Shameless, to call this,
p\ssing: ; which should be allowed by me Kendall to make this calculation. I believe canting hypocrasy,
escape you .
fensivc language! without cause, he has had to breuk uU'our friendship and I would reject the gift. I consider no :the latter gentleman would spurn such an o. ed the last alternative left him, I am con. suppression of the slave trade !

nlorc than sufficient and reasonable time loI If; some days hence, w hen you arc di the hands of o'ehombe S fers hand in that he stab : : I consider him the hon .
reparation), at I one friendship, may must as out of pale of
I hare sou-lit gaged, you will affi rd me an opportunity. I I upon the knowledge of human nature, no a years since, were hunted by blood
I in his note of the with other. or-first because he has avowed! himself
declared secret ;
in '
} ,
|, |has 'think { can make such explanations,in regard I II tht doubt, in the next game he is now playing boond pursued to their dens in the moun
of his friendship and I have and I do false his and because
complained, not to
never com. pledge secondly
Ut, worthy ; .
of June ''to in the appointment ofIr.1! $ for the next Prcidency, made his calcula. out of their caves and destroyed
uf his hostility.In my agency plain of the interference of Mr-Clay in favor he has rested so long under! the most injurious .
ho must be equally worthy): Kendall as ought to satisfy In I tion in .that the natural feeling of as wild !. Those taken alive, were
upon bat
you. your way
it Null bo for others to say, : of Mr. Feudal), for I admit his right of choice I' imputations. I have said nothing in this first
case I Ido Sierra Le
His sent to then
cither present temper of mind, I shall offer \none.i gratitude for benefits conferred. logic ne
exhibited\ in this instance: a and recommendation in the fullest extent publication more offensive than in or private
whether he has I respectfully, ; not quarrel with, but his violation of his where they have been tamed, and now
of justice, or of that chivalry, ; i am S hut, a$ I told him in my note of the 20th June, correspondence; and if gode the public! the which ar
: rropcr sense Your obedient servant, pledge, with or witboul an interested motive, b humanely sent back to take place
which is the List appeal of honorable men. I. 11. CLAY. I denounce thc perfidy of the act" in viola. I denounce. ty of the thing, he should seek retrieve his the free man refuses to And this is
lion of his It i is his lost 1 feel constrained by self.respectto occupy.
: to me. against chivalry,
promise done under under
Col. \\11. L.lliii. BRIINT.i Who has ever trusted :Mr. Clay that has professions of
]\'m.\ L. Brent to II. Clay.VkmNt.TON I' -.!...-. : treachery and his duplicity that! I alone complain not been repaid by the same deep and black say, it is too late. I have waited patientlyfor the pretext of christianising bnevolence
C. June 19 1S41. ; and for these alone have I denouncedhim a summons, which,as nn honorable man, Africa and that which
> ClTD.. i L. llrent'note, returning the enclosed I I ingratitude, unless it has chanced that his too by the very nation
Hir 1 ha\e jut been informed, letter.i to the public.) self interest ordered it otherwise 7 In makingthis I cannot now listen to. I say, emphatically I orders the capture of American merchant
: : !I
Dear that As M Ir. Clay has avowed, in his note of that I can take no other notice of Henry ships in the African under the most
source entitled te respect, you.i i WASHIXCTOX CITD.I). C. June 22 1811. : charge, startling as it may appearI am seas fr.
a ,
from of the 19th June;that "since the accession" of Clay Senator from Kentucky, than to correctany olous One is because
of name iu favor to furnish the that there have been I pretences. captured a
the influence your under 1 : ready proof
threw .1| rfiK; : existing can. he in
President he did interfere in favor of misrepresentations ,
Tyler may attempt African cook found board another
office .f who on ,
for the distinguished than I am, i ; b.
Mr. Kendall's application) 1 I i not consent to illdrow the enclosed! letter; Mr.I Kendall! for the offiCe of District Attor. oLIers. moro Yes his desperation, to make. cause three of shackles are
of thts District. cannot the\ of ingratitude. pair fund Z
District) Attorney i I1 therefore return it to you for feur my re. 1 have do establish \e fet same sting Your felllow citizen, <
to to
hey, ) more locker another has thousand timber
is mistake in the state nothing I have iu to the : ; a fet
think that there a it be construed\ into such with i ii I now my possession, open
but i taming might his than Wnu L. BRENT.
Considering) our past' iec "perfidy( ald duplicity" to examination, the recorded opinion of in her hold. But America is a nation
meut made tome. i jdrawul. >I IY that, previously to such interference, he hadpromised [public WASHINGTON CITY, 23d July, 18.1. that holds slaves and therefore
...:., OA"and cxpcciallv Iwo conversations! ) nil.N._ rt-snf. >ctfiillv.VM. .. Mr. Clay's ingratitude, as expresse i to me i
Hi i S
lolUUU" --- -- "that he could and
which I had with >ou, upon this subject, dur. 1 \ :--1"------. L. BRUNT.The me not would : by one wose" lightest word" will far outweigh Card.In of viiling1"e ouly for slaves. Eve one
interfere" between Mr. Fendal and
the la4 !'('s-iouof Cor.grcss: I feel my sellauthorised 1.I lion. II. CLAY not in public, estimation, the most solemn Supplemental tat slave cannot be held Ma.
) I stated
11If i ; mv>elf "a, both were his friends, "Card 'of the 23d instant, chusetta and African cook in
whether this my A single
of : although 1 have yet Z
of .
inquiring you asservation even Henry Clay. :
in United: States Senator
present. would that after Mr. had "rested so long un.
Au early answer will ..lc prefer my having the "if the that less than Gen. Salem is good .cause,in the estimation of
information be true I (f&N. II. Mr.:\ Clay received the last note (;cn. Jones slid not want it." The eviclet.ce proof no Harrison a personage considered :Mr. der the most injurious imputations, without a sbip for seizing and sending her
t-ral! William ,
ol'asc'i I" ith the cud') upon pledge to me, of the 19th June, reparation" to the United States to tried for piracy.
his best friend i ii<
Yours!>, must respectfully :23d! Juno. and has kept it't: r since, without: I base m; right to make the inquiry as to his Clay as false to repa g : ," I could not listen to his call, should he f b .
WM.: L. IJREN'I'. their hcfet exertions; ill 11is behalf, when it suit. But the British do conceal their intention
lion. II. CLAY, any) further! proceeding in the affair upon his .. :;licg d interference, "especially" upon "two cd him, -.vitim "ungenerous treatment." lime make one, after my publication, and that I of supplying their no West India plantations
The would take other notice of him "than to
part. conversations which 1 had with Cli\ no
U. ::)5. Senator, present. I, you ( : ) expressions of General( Harrison, in a letter lie with -laborers though it will require over
upon this subjec By replying to that note, dated North Mend, l*>t March, 1S3S, in re. correct any misrepresentations may at. three hundred thousand. We are not left ia
It is proper' that I should : the without denial of right, as stated, lie tempt to make. In making this declaration, will
accompany .
I!. Clay's; reply.WAIUXCT. any my ply to a letter ol"mine, urging upon him thesupport doubt as to the treatment these people
publication of the aLore: correspondence with has admitted the existence of those e'per.I I should he be nominate I proceeded according to the strict rules of receive in the West Indies. We have
June 19 ISH of.ilr. Clay, th
'N, few remaiks of the various : the "code of honor" in such matters; and I
a ; explanatory: ialal facts, viz: the two conversations" of
> up. of
Convention follows ; testimony scores
Col. Brent and ed by the HarrUlurg are as enterr.ing.
Clays respects t< of myself"as an honorable man" conforming intcient
Henry connected wih i spoke
matter: it. I on which 1 had based my light of inquiry. I JIr. American colored were
do if
ell reply' 'to Ins note, he General 1 informs{ him Harrison, tl.l&.1t& dir-:head I It i i<, donbtles?, well known, in the circle Again "I my lettci of the liOth Juue, I didlinclly : it to be: benefited I will by my it.from duly even whom I hare Clay experienced I to that cod:." I was not my wish duced by British agents men to emigrate as I labor
of ,
nip: the Presidency i of W\ -bi'Ig-ICIII city and el..ewherc, that 1 repeated to him his OWl language' only treatment, in requital that Mr. Clay or the public should understandby ers in 1839, to various British islands, andto
the rule non-interference ill offi.ul ] ungeneiovs these remarks, that I had the to
ptt'J have 1 Irten for many years a warm I'ers'lllni used: to me in those I two conversations! viz i : for of devoted service." 1 know Ho Demarara, who found te1e.ece
he has adhered years
appointments to winch and pulit.cal' : friend!, b"lh (.r the hunetitcd: late that I he could'! mint,amid would not interfere in well settled : waive the rule. For fear that such construe poorly led, treated and
I II his( was his private, opinion; : lie slves.
:Mr. 'l\[ her
c I'ehefalht.ill'c J : the accession of Jn Chief :\d agirr..te (It licneral 1 Harrison 1 ) and (Jf I this mater Lt'f\ecl Mr. Kendall! and m\. that! there of his I. tion may f be given (to my declaration, I say Those who were able have
/ 1 doubt
and are
many t tel
the I'rcMdcnc). Hut .th.tt about I four ur five \ Clu\'. Will buth I had served in Congrei.s 'I self a!we stood in the sale relation towaaila lt who bear in this ; thru whatever others might determine in a si. their friends the of reture sufferings.But .-
: intimate friends can me out ; story
weeks ago, in consequence of his long and while ui.tatiie from Louisiana, him onal and friends and milar case, I hold luvselt! open to Mr. Clay'scull. .
Kendall! and Ueprc as pcr: political I assertion. As the It'ndcroflhe great party, ".i is lo tel the world of the wrongs
intimate ucqujntjiice \uih :Mr. and with both I blood: in the most iiitima'e that it he hat tho giving of the office, he treadS )I and woes of thousands of native
Harrison to
I General was
compelled poor
in reply to a letter i received from him at At h.lai.d and confidential it-latioi 'lllc 1 ft-tlings of would offer it to to nlh.I '\I. L. BRENT.
: mo H preference an and Africans who are to fill those Islands T Who
Mr. Clay as a political ally, as
reii'Hstmg! a te-tnnonial\ rectinncntUnon ) ; (Glcnll1Jarll"'UII; touirda, me, are bhoun! by I er, if (Ufiieral Jones would rot acct ) ;it." him office and e'ell Washington City, July 26. 1841. ia to between the thousand
addressed !such, to leader an high to con. iter.os ipo
in %Ins bctiiih': he (II. Clay) ill lus fa.tor I :lie 1 foH'juing!! :; C'xtraot of a letter fron: him t tome 1 1 And in the .same lettrr I further say: "t 1itvtli bull him upon State ;al1 irs. lint Mr. Clay From the Cincinnati Republican, Jjly 10. labrers plantation, (Mr.

a tlroni! letter of 1\'I..r recommendation for the office of .\ttIJr.IIC .J j dated, .Nor.h Bend' 1st March, 16Uti:; ," : ( (Clay) had the right to prefer :Mr. Kendall ,could never satisfGeneral Harrison, n'r'': Summary Lxccution of two mtrJerers.Maytbe .- applied fur that number,) and their merciless

.to I'residtM.t now in; may. pcs:.(.joiiauil which w..s shown to me., and to recommend him, I do not :i can he satisfy! any: reflecting man, that :, and Couch had been confined in the driver ? Oh but they will be free men !-

} of thi! !! D.btrict.) t In I Pn-'idtju* 'l') 1 lcr, viz; qucMioi: nor ould I conpl-am: of it, had yon'', suppoit he give to General Harrison's election !I II I jail at Wilhamstown, Grant county Ky. for 'can choose their own barg ins, i injured, .

(il. w.M. L.ll'iH. Blm\T: &e. &e. &c.Vasammgoi. J "Credit me, uu dear sir, ,wl.cu 1 say to \ou S not stated that you would net interfere in this I, after the Harrisburg nomination, proceeded the last three or four weeks, charged Itbf \cm appeal\ to the laws for redress. Shameless .

r, \ : : I that yo rvlfand ,\lfrl'III'I/\\c'l. l of Yirguia. S nutter. My complan.l, is not :igam;t lie recjinmfiidaiiuii ; from magnanimity on his part, as he.f atid 'no doubt guilty of the attempt to murder imposition Many ef the American
ere the two il.Ji .i.iualdll", aboxc ;;!hl! but against the jxrliy/ of t heart has been .in.Mous to persuade ihu world, orI I! Utlcrback, the Drover, an: account of! emigrants could cot even_ leave the plantation

/. Drenl again to II CIa!!. others that! I fuiiiifd an afq'.iauit.uice' uitii, after saving: : that .\'o'i '\\mIll not interfec. I hat it proceeded from any other motive than I I which we published at the time. Mr. Utter. of their employer it being accessible only by

\V HINOTON! : CITY, JiifeiiO(), 1341 during my Co'gn'iuaal!: ; MTV ices, pos-('h-.-cl : .' Now, thU langiiagr, so pointed and !!I that of aggrandizement. Had he withdrawn back, it seems, had Leeti lingering in a mis. water, and the boat or vessel which furnished .

SIR: Your note i.i reply to mine of tin the gnatfstharc: t :: % of my n-jprd alit! eMr-rtii.! i-xplicitr, roulj) not fail to bring fully to his from the contest, in favor of his! old rrablo state-his throat having been horriblymangled their only means :f access or egress

S 19h: i'tlJt: : was receivfd this uvirning. Thtavovvalin.ule I i I The>c friendly' 'enuir.fiits for mu (uh.c!. I II I. tice the czzi.e of my co'.nplanil and tho t S friei.d Gei.eral Harrison, before he wits at a tavern some four miles beyond being strongly secured to the plantation dock.

: l bv) y I ri *tit! abo'il cur; or five I will ever piizcns" ; the hijh-l, hot.ortn, a |.,:i,: fuels I\UI winch 1 relied tu osiabliih! I the I compelled! to the act by the nomination \Vilianmstowiion! a much travelled road and The poor people ence securely on the plantations .

wieksagg" in n-plvt'. n letter of :Mr. IVn.dal and clllc\\ '-'rcd life) 1 ll l-i.w: ;aK d.ialHiU: fain.: clnrgo: JTrJidy; and jet in his, reply to lad' at harrisburg, he nvght talk of mag.nanimity an object of commisseration with every pas. ,, may be called free, or what you

j !!, directed In you' at. Ashland," you "ad. ily :at d i IIs: nere.-t) : : ; pvrsoi.nl< fiiout; rnntiiun.d't ; that Ittter. he does i.ol: attcm; t in any: way, ; but his defeat, what other ser by. He is a cilizsu of Bourbon, the ad. please, but they wi b required to perform

r dreed! a strong letter of recnmnKMidution: itS i animate the busmn of this pure ai.tl. vcne. or to all) extent, to deny the; acuracy of S course could he alt\ pursued to gain: strength! .. joining' county to Grant, and where the excitement the greatest labor their strength

lie faor,tn Proiilri.t, Tyler, for the (1t1i t' ol'1: rablu ).i'riot, in.til the d.Itlf his; death. .\SS -rattmeuts! : but has admitted'; tho fact; fr l fur thc "succcliol," at which he is .Mill aim. ; has been increasing ever since the will admit of and will b fed, like English t

:5 Attorney: $ of this I Di-tiM) ," cannot be !neon.ciLd : .S ''to the estimation.. : in which :Mr.\l Clay; held m-, his pledge all the breach of it, by saying he ing ? The o recorded feelings of General : a tempt tu murder him, It bjng now problamalical paupers, on the smallest amount of fO that

: UJMII any: principle-: y ur -lar.itio-i': :,'' 1 i.etd only ic fer to his lat I'-ttc-r, ai, l'uJji! >!iin thii.ks he "can muke such explanation in rc- Harrisol towards Mr. Gay! were not caused i I however. whether Mr. U. might wi enable them to perform the labr requir

': and: laugia: ;; : e t-j me di-tu.. ctly! made in tin S (:.!, ) which l h'N! : lhal the i-iMiltnig Ian.guafjf garth to my ((1.1 i ) agency in the appointment by the legitimate rivalry of Mr Clay for the' not survive. although m such restored situation .
confiilciicc i' fri"'ul. which I him, iii.d which of '.1 I asiiiight ttisali; .lyou" [nu-] The of the British Government in
t as 1 s'ipos"dtf] to )cere ; : iudapph'j'l; to r. Icldal nomination. 1 hey originated in occurrences : I as to tie neither useful to himself nor fellow policy

% fchip', Itcfore you left here for A!'=h talll!. 1'tllI I lie "<>ujt_ not. to r cte," !-lla11110tlc; "allow. This is an aJrlsill of the correctness of uiMatemoiiN \ which look place )ears before, and in feel. men-the uncertainty increased whether supplying labor from Africa. ha not been
observed if had the ..idw'i 01 t i' cd" himto break offuiir} frien l"hip." and an acknowledgement that his without due deliberation. AH other
J to nv, that you 0:: r' by : tugs which continued down t(the date. of his i the utmost penalty of the law wouH 0 vis. adopted
. the office, \on would .ffer it to me, in prrllrence (: : Very soon/ itfier l'ie': art iv'l of (!"MieiaIIIarioj .'; Cllcy" does n-quire i ''cx'explanation. letter, and which were known lo me., and i iled upon the prisoners, nothing less than expedients to procure I laborers has been trie

.t t I./aiy other, if ( en. Jones would not I : ; m \\'a ihli..gloii cit\. during: the last t \\mlt,'er explanations lit may have:., 1 know iliubt'! | :s tornmy of General Harrison's m.tiniale which, it srems, would pacify the people of and tailed. The :contnroal falling off in

accept it ; and in a !'lIh ('';l'Irnl conversation", I winter, he
vlhiii Fpeakingfjf) M Ir. Feialall being an/ applicant ,. Clay and! scvtT.il other, genlk-im-n, in mhcf.itg )' jus'.lv: ths iccrtt violation of a solemnpledge. I magnanimous to have sufFered such fcelic: s : county, therefore:deliberately f'sohe upon alternative than the introduction foreign

!, you positively!:; stated to me that you I .: his; detcrmiiialioii: ; to vacate the of I made to an old and tried friend.I I to engendered by a fair and :liones: compc.tilion C?. the summary execution. They deputed tenS sugar for British consumption ; this would S
could not and Would not interfere in this matterbrtirccn ., lice of Attorney the District 1 of Columbia,, I :Mr.\ Clay had "explanations"1 to make: between public men. E\'cl towardshis cilizei.s: of the county to visit Williamtown, complete the destruction of the West India

Mr. rendall/ and myself! as in S b\, removing the then incumbent, I for the open wh\' did he Hot offer them' in reply to my first t political antagonist, Mr. Van liuren, lie I and inform tht citizens of the place and the planters, acd force British Abhtini to us*

stood in the same relations; towards you, a.. S and active part taken by thai gentleman, dariiij : note, instead of writing his haughty and mi. ; never manifested fceligs personal displeasure. ; prisoners particularly, that at such a time the slave SI"a or none a fH situate

Jiersonal cud political! (rit'wlfter hold. : the rrtaidentiul. canvas", while he hJdoffice percilious note efthe 19th June? And whyS ThoseIt knew General Harrison I prisoners were to be executed. This notice .abolition benevolence dicover that great

iiig such l Isnguugc: to me, and nfterwaid.. Ink,. under the jovertincut.: Ceueral liar. S hit! conduct required "explanation" to me,S I! best, will appreciate: and fully undcrstai-d was thirty-six hours previous To the actual cause of human liberty will b subserved, and

"g a part ill ftvorof t M I r. Fend-all and 01:r rison had previouMy made tho sale; declara- did he tell me, "in your present temper of the force winch is to h given to his expressed execution, and a clergyman was also sent, the slave trade sppress by taking the native

course tigjinst: RI,?, by which I have lost; thai t iioif to me ; and in tt warmth of his friend mind, I shal offer nCllc 1"' As I can con.ceivc : opinions) respecting men. They were opimiI and actually went to the prison for leligious African to where he can .

iiffice, offered to me by my old\ friend Gene. bhip! told me that if Htmld accept the office of no mitigating "cIp1anatoll" of. Mr. I ions slowly formed, but unalterably fixed., :S conver e with the prisoners. be converted to a proper man-enlightened 9-

rulllarri!'JlI, as ha: : l been determined by Pre.. he would give i to me. Understanding; I from Clays conduct to me, I must it I Thus Mr. Clay stands arranged upon: the On Saturday last, in pursuance to the no. and elevated, socially, morally and politically,

bident 'I 1-vier, I can ito longer stand or fee I this high source, publicly made and declared,, pulicly as 1 have done in private to himself! I charge of one old at.d! tried friend, sustained : tice, about five hundred citizens ef Bourbon, on a sugar plantation Although a sugar

towards! you as a personal friend; and I cctive \ n.. that thin office was certainly to become va.S .as incincere.tCnSlstcnt icith the high es by documentary c\'idencc and vouching in. to which were added some from Scott and plantation in Amerca, and in eer other S

; It ri;tit to say to you, because I vicv.. 1 cant, and as it was both honorable and in llm ''tee I I had heretofore/ ;placed upon Aw cluiractcr by way illustration, the opinion of unotlu I, Harrison countiKs, came into Williamstownin quarter of the Glob i the pan !eo Ii.tithe

your conduct au it insincere, inconsistent will)l ,. line of my profession.. I felt no hesitation in and such as no Jionorable man ought to cr old aad; well tried friend, no less credible i in solemn processlo.i; and most perfect! order. neg yet a Brtih Island i i a Ibo

: l/u/ : high/ estimate I hart heretofore placet 1 ; saying to my old friend, that 1 would accept) hare pursued. I and unimpeachable than Wru II. Harrison They had chosen their Sheriff to act tor' 'of ,' .";.in which.. .:. ... w*tt.. learn PYPI-k*--D? 1

nj'jn your characlei, and such as no himoraHi (!'the office ; and to bhow him the confidence i This is thc' HllIduul in whom I believe : late President of the United States, and one the occasioned proceeded to the jail, and de. that is good J W bat wtH the O'Cojrost-

man: ought to have pursued.heu f!; entertained for me, by my fellow citizens I S and trusted, fnd ) advancement I II \\hose name will "live in song and -story" so manded t-e prisoners, %aythe and Coach.Tlie OCXTO, and the GUKXKYS, say of this new

told by General: \ Harrison: in a let. thc: District of Columbia, I presented te him I have toiled, in my humble sphere, as he well long a pure patriotism and disinterested love Sherif of Grant refused to give them measure ? Whatever they may say or do

*er uow before me, that from you he hat: 1 | their flattering testimonials, (which are on knows. Such id the name, who. daring! six I __r rviuntrv"T will.VIII lw 1Sv f* tfflThtPit ilM-l-w! V liv.. c n. vurirtnaUl .-.IUVO up or keys of the prison ; he offered, will b as little heeded by the ministry a was

experienced only ungenerous treatment it. .fill"., i-i;a.. .1.t.a.> Ktnt....ItfMinrtmeni.N fl.1.-. f/
requital{ fur years) of devoted service." 1 little I I J that they would be gratified at this in irk of' saw in me a spirit friendship that might b" Mr. Clay has cntured to assert, in bis once broke open the doors. They then British mi listenal ant.slaver accommodates

thought that 1 would have occasion! in my I his friendship towards me. I did not present useful him, cherished mc, both by words I note of the lth June, "that, duriug the Presidency ook the prisoners placed them in an open itself circumtances.

own case, to make the same complaint.\ myself as a seeker for office-I did not ask and letters, m one of his most trusted, con. ol General Harrison, he adopted the wagon, their irons on them, took up the line The expediency o the mao being set-

That you had the right to prefer :"Sir. Ken11 for the di8i8a\\ the able and accomplish.\: fidential, personal, and political friends C'cn'so rule ot non-interference in official appoint I Ir ol march without the least noise or confusionto ted, we predict that new orders will be gi,.

to mc, and to recommend him. I do not ; ed individual, who was then thu incumbentof nearly as 1B23: '4, when, I am informed,!!. r ments." I am informed by a genlcman of I the spot ef ground where the murder was en to the naval commanders on t Africanstation

question nor uould I complain of it had you that office, at.d who has since been rrrnov he did not then know Mr. Kendall, notwith. the highest respectability in the country that I.attempted, about four miles distant. By thi to increase their number recaptures

IKH slited to tao that you would not interfere cd. That I would have received the appointment I. standing he now talks to me of their 'long 1 he has reasons to know that :I Clay did inter lime the number assembled was :by breaking up the baratceons, and tat these

in this matter. My complaint is not against! had not my warm hearted friend been and Intimate acquaintance." Such i is the i fere, "during. the Presidency of General I I have been at least two thosan' slave! traders,who, like CA1O(t successor

the recommendation, but against! tho perfidy j so soou removed, by the will o Heaven,1from man who from the same "Ashland" to which I: Harrison," and "in official uppointmcuts.i ."- !i After arriving on the ground Mr. O'Har of PEDRO BLANCO,) will relinquish the

f the act, after saying that you would not the exalted station in which had been I he refers in his note of the 19th June, when I i gentleman says to me in a note of the,'. 0 member of the Bar, addressed the people buying, selling, anil shipping Slaves. and

r. Hrtwfere. I have always conuidered you as placed by the voices of hid countrymen, 11 driven into forced retirement, continued to I Gili inst. that he was informed from a source.I for some time upon the propriety of permit. Portuguese Dominions, and etg"i lwfu .

j A frwnd,and for you 1 have entertained.I''! ron.r doubt not; because, in addition to his friendly address me by letters, which I still possess, which commanded my [his] entire confidence ting the law to take its course. lie was lis. traffic the British flag

8< fteliuga! of personal and political friendW feelings towards me. my testimonials, on file professing the most sincere friunrahip, and, I that Mr Clay recommended to Gen. Harrison tened to with the utmost silence and respect, to do a better bsie i procuring/ire emigrants -

thin t for any man living, as iny acts and I in the State Department, are equal if not superior as it now appears, freely taxing my humble l ), or to his cabinet, the appointment of Mr but apparently without altering the determination for Wet Inde What power SIs

conduct fur nearly twenty years of my life! : to those of any other applicant, and abilities and well known zeal for him, as availablft : Kendall t the office ofDistrict Attorney, and of 1 single person present. Te pre. in this new scheme, happy fy ing the de

have shown, as is well known to the public. because, immediately after the otlice was tendered resources for his b nefit, in his movements I I that Mr. Clay in particular, I ad urged it as a hminaries was then adjusted and prison grade Africans under its transforming mfiu.

I. will further add,that placing the center.at .t, by President T)ler to the gentleman towards the great, but hitherto unapproachable .,I particular favor, which he requested to be es.I ers asked if they had any thing to say previ. ence The greates villains that have disgraced S

**. hlluded to, out of the question, 1 had who now fills it, 1 was told, in a note ad. goal of his sleepless ambition, the I tended to'him." Should Clay not contradictthis out to the closing of their earthly accounts. humanity, like ROBBSFIXXKK 4ind. UOTULT .

opposed you would be the last man to throw dressed to me from a high quarter, that thl. Presidency, telling me in one of his raar.y the public will tuke the fact as admitted ; One of them, Maythe, addressed a few re. under the fr'philosophy, become bene.

your influence into the *cal against me, un.j appointment was tendered to Mr. Kendall! letter dated from the sime "Ashland," 11th 4' and he I here called upon to contradict it, if marks to the people, admitted the commission factor of ,CAXOT, the prince ef a

dcr any circumstances. 1 had always i.4 without expressing n single doubt of your July, 1820, "that, feeling the warmest and I abe not true. lilt be true, as I aer it to of the act for which they were to suffer, denying traders,_ i now cooperating with

thought, that from the warm expressions of [my] ability to fill the office, or saying one mot friendly interest in a that concerns you, 1 be, from the above information, what can bethought however, that it .wa his wish to com. officers the coast, ia carrying -utt the

regud \\ ed ty yoCtowards me, and from the word derogatory or disrespectful to your [my] [me] I (H. CLAY) hwr with some regret, of such prevarication and unblushing mit actual murder. Religious services was views f dir Government.- B .W I

sentiments avowed in your Letters to me (Bomewbch high character;" and because, with equal recommendations that you are not \ return to Louisi. duplicity ? then performed by a clergyman present, and bt.gi t Afrc if the 8 daugh

of I.hare -just..read over again&: ,) and independent of hw promise ana.'p I ask the public to contrast the haughty, Maythe and Couch wer hung i in their irons a tk from their hou S

jrom! our long personal\ and political associa.' I believe that General harrison would have Where ever you may be [that is, a now supercilious tone of Mr. Clay's fr note to upn. a tree standing over the'.ar spot (net;"a sent t Trnd instead o

and more especially! from the zeal' and conferred it pou me, i preference t t. any shown, "except in the Distnct of Columbia," me, writen in the pompous person their. crime. wa.committed. ,Rude place alott. Art If

elang which I have ever shewn, in my hum. other, one who knew him and his where you will lose your vote and influence without, one word of 'xplanation..':or on. coffins were constructed and there they were after being marched to ij
t bI
.f.rturaea, and lo defend' your honor when itassailed \I do not feel mortified at the result, brought H. Clay] I I hope you remain assured of the i of guilt, with, the inilcd tones' \used. by.bint same perfect order. Indies, these Africans, should b"n"o"

:: ; \ a friendship hud been: form. about by Mr. Clay' covered and secret i fu.

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: returning:r. u.tu UJ cmDarK, thoy WO ld on Upon a certaintime, an orator, who wished -- -- IN SJCXATK: January 31, 1S32. ::1 The Sickness lo Florida. Extravagant Kxpendlinres
; be boomedasa'sacrifice to to advocate THE .t 1
the '
th gods. construction or new turnpike FLO11IDIANl. Mr. Ewing submitted the following! resolution Wo have been astonished at the cxaggcra. lat Administration.AH
p through a section of made the .
Virginia '
In Whatever : lion that &have abroad in relation the
I light thin plan of transporting l bllowing sublime speech : gone to our readers must recollect
nit' t nalive African laborers to the British cdonieVis May it pleas your worships While EDWARD R. GIBSON, EDITOR. Resolved, That the practice of removing sickness now and lately prevalent in many tho i last summer and fart thatdurk,

i i Viewed, it is barbarous'and unjust, Europe is convulsed in civil discords, and public officers by the President for any other parts of this Territory. It is represented as and the mouth of every whig puj
and Saturday, August 14, 141. than that for faithful every Log Cabin
conflicts With the previous professions of her! purpose securing a 0I'aar..d!
empires tremble with of .
internal that medicine has
commotions so deadly a nature no
whig politician
'Groat of the laws is hostile the of was filled
Britain ; nor can it be prosecuted, but and whilo.her to spirit with denoatktj
astronomers the,
by perpetuating tho very evils conflicted wings of their imaginations and ,mount (-LEGISLATIVE: COUNCIL. is t the Constitution, and never contemplated by control over it, and that in, a great many ca. of t the extravagant expenditure. .

by-the slave! trade. the I ethereal world, pursuing,their soar through from recommended to the Anti-Bank, Anti-Faith : its i framers, is an extension of Executive influcnce se.6 hours terminates the life of the patient. l ast administration. We beg them of t&e!

With the genoral policy' of Great Britain planet to planet, and from course to Bond party of the County, to hold meetings f is prejudicial to the public service, There is not a word of truth in all this. t ho extract below from to'1' o111

we, us' Americans, have nothing to do. But until they have: explored the system vast eternity system of I: in the respective precincts, nnd elect delegates and dangerous to the liberties of the people. We are well convinced that there boa not Wattemore, of Tennessee a speech: of &
when'that Government adopte in to a Convention, to bo held at Tallahassee Resolved, That it is i inexpedient for the ,in which tU TotJ
apdicy relation -let us direct attention road 1 occurred of f
our to a a single case to warrant the the two
representations parties
; on Saturday, the 21st of August to Senate to advise and tho I on these
to America, hostile in its and I consent to appoint-I eipendiujre
operations more in
immediately our own neighborhood made abroad. We are
'tendencies cannot be indifferent : select candidates for the Council. ment of any person to fill a supposed vacancy -', do not recollect given and contrasted. It will be

4 Another Fruitful 1Yinc.-A Western paper MANY CITIZENS. in any office occasioned by the removal I''II of hearing of any individual dying in less than out ,of one hundred and twenty gnj:-Ihat

,A VAXKCE THICK. states that Mrs.\ Flaughcrty! of Cumberland:, 03-SENATOR: TO COUNCIL.-Wo of a prior incumbent, u dcss such prior in. t three or four: days sickness. There may propriated during the administration ,?"

Two Englishmen, fresh from the mother Va., has presented her husband with twelve would call the attention of (he Anti-Faith I cnmbent shall appear to have been removed possibly have been a few persons witb conslitutions Van Buren, one hundred of i
country, i in! tnn'cJljug'through the children in f five births Bond for sufficient million i
; horseback) west on -six at three times, party of the District to the proprietyof cause. destroyed by intemperance, who unanimously. Of the TwJj.
happened to pass an evening at a and as many more at two-all well. having a in each What should honest of this 7 remaining r
house situated onthe banks _. __._...u : meeting County, to elect an man may have died in a shorter period. This is millions ;there voted against it JTr
pi river of.the Mississip: The Grandiloquent Corporal.-A captainin a Delegate) or Delegates to a Convention to Only compare the professions of these men t the case during sickly season. lor tico dnaoe
where every one whig.
they met with a Yankee ped be held at Tallahass'-e the 2Ist of l 1. Showing that the
lar, who had of his tho U. S. Infantry, when serving with Gen. on day with their practice as soon as they got into Editors of be eiee.a rJ
just disposed! stock of August t, V> nominate candidate for Senator newspapers ought to more expenditures resulted from
f goods, and was ready to go to any part of the arrest Jackson and agiinst tho Indians, was put under ( t to supply tho place ef Wm. P. Duvnl, office. Can there be any dependence placed cautious how they publish idle and improba. position to the Democrats. whig rotes fll p.

: shrewd world where) interest might call him. By for, a considerable not being brought time, ho to tendered a courtmartial his Esq. resigned.Noiiiiiiaiioii. on the honesty, sincerity and patriotism ofmen ble rumors of this nature, for which they can -

thing: in guesses relation, to ho the soon circumstances found out ,every resi r resignation. The following is the concluding 01 Candidates for the who thus violate their professions and I have no good authority. 1 hold in my hand, :Mr.\ Chairman the

dence, and business of his companions, andthen ; passage in ]his letter :_" In leaving the service Senate und Council. pledges ?1 If our brethren were more anxious for the journals of the' House of Representatives

4 kindly : 0 a of himself. lie I am not abandoning the cause of republicanism Congress truth of what they publish than have for the years 38-'Q-40.'il(} including ,
gav history no but hope to brandish the : We hope that our party, opposed to the --Florida Affair*. to a i iI 25th and 26th Congresses. tbe
sooner announced himself as a Yankee, than yet glittering Our wonderful to tell it would be I find tltat
story in
has decidedlyin
Faith ; Delegate introduced into
Bonds 1833-9 there
and I
Congress I
.the strangers: who had ofieji heard of the steel in the field, and carve my way to a to the inisman.igeinc'it of : were appropriated 875,265..
name which shall the Banks and a bill authorising the President better taste and far more: creditable to the n 02* 02. Of this sum
; shrewdness of their character, wore all anxiety prove my country's neglect: to the misrule of the Bank! employ 66,085,459 54, I

that he should play them a Yankee trick. -and when this mortal part shall be closedin power, which has had so deleterious an effecton 2,500 volunteers in tho Florida war. corps. _ passed unanimously, both parties Young were I

This lie modestly declined. They insisted the dust and the soul shall wing its flight the prosperity the Territory, arc make Also a bill for the protection of the people Itcpcal Repeal the appropriations, with the exception of ii T

and offered to give him five dollars for a good i to the regions above, in passing by'the pair ing, or have made proper for of the U. States in Florida and Georgia, from The Democracy are raising the cry of votes, Messrs. Wise, Cranston, GiAJimj., j
arrangements Davis
I Maxwell "
Yankee trick. moon, shall hang hat on brilliant Mars, and Stratton
The my I
money was taken witha the nomination the Indian tribes within their borders. againgu the],
and make of our candidates. Saturdaythe Repeal (of the bank charter) in direc.
each every contingent
promise either. to refund i it a report to superlative star r war appropriation of$10,000,000.
or play a good
and the 21st in!it. was the fixed for This bill,we believe, provides for the raising lion. member of The
.trick ; and morning was: selected as the time arriving at portal of heaven's chancery day on the ; Nearly every the Senate remaining 89,121,727 30, were
for an exhibition of the Yankee's skill. Pleased shall demand of the attending( angel to meeting at this place, for the nomination for: of partisan corps to act against the Indians who spoke on the bank bill declared his deter upon the yeas and nays ; nearly two Democrats

with each other, they all retired to bed in be ushered into the presence of 'Vashington.In ." this county. _ _ They will receive bounties on the prisoners minalion to use every exertion to procure its to one whig voting in the negative,. -
the same apartment aiul when the a certain lived : taken, and on the warriors killed. Bill-Suppression of Indian
; morning village:: a very honest The Croat Whiff Leader. Corps repeal, relying upon the good sense of the hostilities.
came, tho Y nl.l'lrose up wjth the first light, farmer, who having a number of men hoeing i of this kind ought to have been raised at the people to give them (the democratic party)) 6,739,401 41. Against it 2 democrats aS

gently dressed himself with the clothes of in the field, went to see how his work went We publish to.day a correspondence be.twccn commencement of the war. the whet find how 35 whigs. "
- one of the strangers, took a pair of saddle on. Finding one of them !sitting still he Win. L. Brent, Esq.} of the City of power grossly they I Bill-Harbors, 81,535,008 53. Against
reproved Referred to the Committee on Military Af have been deceived the in their it 52 democrats
by and
whigs .
bags to which he had no title, and quietly him for ll1enl ss. The l man answered Washington, and tine Honorable Mr.\ Clay, in pro 29 whigs.

I leaving the house, was observed to go aboard I I thirst for the spirit." Grog," you which the great Whig leader appears in an fairs. mises of reform, high prices and prosperity Bill-Light houses 8307,010 36. Against
; of a flat-boat bound for New (Orleans. The mean, I said That Congress the I it 40 democrats and 16 wImgs
suppose, farmer ; but i if aspect that will give any thing but pleasure Reforni.I' possess right to repeal 1tnl".nt .lnnll. .. ._ ft.l Aw n*-. _
strangers soon after awoko, and getting the Bible teaches to thirst aftur V rir* vi'11 iTQ ii*i t//* of Ifi of r.nmm'n,1 th.ir :io undouLted. \V i find the rirrlif hv I -'U-"U''''-' -- UtA.U,9tJ't v,oJ uu. \
.,. __ . ..upon_ __ you the spirit t., f lit 1 nuar>rtf. >( gainstI
h m 1. ;' ".,., _I__ rr r* a admirers. Incmna the derorralion f fi --000- ----- -- -J it 54 democrats and 26
up uress, Beliell! 1110 sail uf Yan.I.ce 10 rmLJity a ) liuv. : Ul L IJ ono tllat LU1iULIL. promised reform, and Mr. Secretary Badger Judge 3/arshal in giving the opinion of the:
trick. Having much in their sad- ------ his character which it exhibits it will make I I turn now,sir, to the journals of the tut
money has the honor of the lead. He Supreme Court the Dartmouth ,
'dlc-bags, they ascertained which way the Foreign Scraps.Mr. many of them fear that their hopes of advancement taking has I on College Congress. There were appropriated fcrike i

Yankee hud gone ; and obtaining a small George Lyali, the great geologist was derived from promises, expressedor just i issued circular for the government oj|I. case. years 1840-4!, tht" sum of 846,889,449 51

skill), set out after )him. The skiff was light ; to sail for( this country in the Acadia on tho implied, arc not based quite so solida the officers and seamen of the Navy, of which I If the act incorporation (of Dartmouth of which 834,790,592 were passed without a

and, moving rapidly, an hour or two brought: it 20th inst. foundation as had upon the following is a most important part. College) be a grant of political power ; if it dissenting voice; leaving 812,098,857: oa
alongside of the ilat-boat, where sat the Yan- Plain" John Campbell, appointed Lord expected. The hair of all in the is create a civil institution to be employed in which the yeas and nays were taken. I gi Ye
Jirr, perfectly composed, in quiet possessionof Chancellor of Ireland, will henceforth be Many persons, knowing tho personal relations bc short persons navy to I the administration of the Government ; or ifthe the titles of these bills, their respective amounts .
their clothes and ,.addlcbags.Vitb. much called Lord Caml'bell-ur Lo.d something u hioh have so long subsisted between kept no part of the beard to be worn I funds of the college, &c.; the subject is and the number of whigs and demo.

'apparent pleasure: he arose, inquired after else. these parties, und knowing also the superior long except the'whiskcrs, which shall not descend one which the Legislature of the State may crats voting against each :

their healths, and asked how they were pleas. Bulwer stood for Lincoln in the late elections I qualifications for the office possessed by Mr. more than one inch below the tip of the act according to its own judgment, unrestrained Nay
ed with the trick. The idea that they then and lost it. I Brent, will be astonished that :Mr. Clay should car, and then in a line towards the mouth." by any limitation of its power imposed Army bill!!, amendment sup. D. W.

had of the Yankee is left to the imagination The talk of abolishing the House of Lords j I thus act towards him and I I II It will be hard upon the country after that by the constitution of the United Stales." pressing Indian hostilitiesin
of the reader. However, lie'soon delivered L grows stronger in England. The preference Judge Marshall's the Florida,
opinion of
: people dis.1 I to Mr. Fcndnll. if we dont beat the British in navalcombat I Supreme 8300,000 1 13!
their saddle-bags \\hichhad) not been opened, trust both Whigs and Tories. British They must suspect that every Cowl in the case of Dartmouth College. Engrossment of army bill, 5,282,000 15
and exchanged clothes. The strangers, hav: tions arc a foul mackery. I there is something behind the curtain, some. in case of a w ar. Reform for ever Navy b-'ll; amendment, 670,000 31 15

ing deposited their saddle-bags in the skiff, As the Queen was going to and from Par. thing unknown to (the public which has caus.cd a la Badger !- In the Bank bill introduced by Mr. Clay,' Navy bill, amendment, steam

very much dissatisfied, were about to leave,, liament the people shouted, "Repeal' the corn j/ this change of relations between these The Sentinel--and---use-- --Abolitionists.The there was a provision that the bank might, at I vessel of war, 60,000 56 15

when the Yankee insisted upon their taking laws"-she bowed as much as to say, "them's :parties. This is the case. Sentinel takes with the its option, pay its bills &c. in bullion, that is, I(. Navy bill, passage of 5,000,000 5 1
a parting glass together and while my sentiments exactly" part Abolition I Claim of .
; drinking, Alabama
he stepped back, jumped into the skiff, and I The Key to the whole transaction is this. ists and Mr. Butts, on the subject of Aboli- I bars of gold and silver, or in coin A direct j I Co., emigrating 33,946 10 51

pushed oft Amid the execrations of the The New York Sunday Morning News In the summer of 1830, \lr. Brent entered t.on petitions. It congratulates und lauds m violation of the constitution of the U. States' Removal of Winnebagoes, 45,000 5 47

crew', he plied his paddle, and the skiff darted promises the publication of a narrative of the I I warmly into gelling up a Harrison meeting Mr.' Bolts for the liberal view he takes of the uhich: says that nothing but gold and silver Treaty "itb Stockbridge and

away from the flat-boat. Going up stream, confessions of Levi Cass, a seaman on board !: in the City of Washington. He consented I demands of the Abolitionists, to petition Congress cuin shall be a legal tender. Such, however, Munse\ Indians, 32,265 57

pursuit with the flat-boat was useless. lie the U. S. fchip Fairfield, in which he acknow. i I, to act as chairman of I the meeting. Upon I II as much is Mr. Clay's uter: contempt and disregardof Lithographing publishing
the as they please, against slave., I
was observed to land on the Arkansas shore,, ( ledges participation of himself. and other | two thousand five
where there is little doubt he speedily doubledthe m the murder of Sarah Maria Cornell, for j 1\Ir.\ Clay being informed of it by Mr. Brent,, I ry in the District. and against the con\'ey.1 all constitutional restrictions and provisions copies of chart of

money thus obtained. I which the Rev. E. K. Avery was tried some j I he wrote him what we may well consider a L ance of slaves from one state to another, and I I I Ithe that he argued in favor of retaining: harbors, &c., surveyof

eight or nine since. I letter of reproof in which he told him that L of I provision in the bill.vcrnmenl ftf;'! __ .__ _._ 9,423 70. 11
and ,
years course I'll
;A dangerous Resting Place.! _The Philajm I against any every thing con i inected I It ar"u(! b:1rflv .r.r. IL....,...>. ""......'...::1..;.,... r _.._ "_. -OO--J -A---?--. : ..., 1 AU.V&I&n<) f.t tI" .Q,
f .1..1..1....... ..,..;.... 1";,1"S"1u".'.. ...11.. UI..r ;_, jau, ,, an : I Ihc (Mr. Clay) did not think that any of hisClay's with or hr>:iriilfr... on the existence__n____ of__ :' ---0----when--- we 0> ". U uu.uu. Completing: New York Custom .

I;. Mr. Miller tobacconist in that city I.pprenUce'to whoa (' The Flag of Repeal,-was raised on the ,I( : ) friends should take any active part slavery in the States. I openly and undeniably see setting a political the constitution leader thus House, 34.321 67 19

day or two ago, took a notion to take a nap, 5th, by the gallant Democracy of the Old Jin i the contest then going on for the Presiden- We arc surprised at the course of the Senlincl. at defiance. We say undeniably-for Furnishing President's house 6,000 70 16

: and )having retired for that purpose to the cel \ I Bay State.:; At the town of Oxford, Wore ,'icy' ," between Harrison, Van Burcn and t It shows, however, the force of early j'I I 'single whig; Senator, not even Mr. Clny not him.a Repairs of President's house
lar, selected the bottom of the hester County, Massachusetts :' I I Stc. 2,6l8m: :
there pelf 9
tobacco ,
White In
press, was a consequence of this! letter :Mr. northern prejudices, that thus the to deny that the constitution
which the reader. I glorious celebration. The prompts j Completing Court House in
to understand the Oration
story was dcliv. I prohibited the
Brent declined making bul
be ered Mr. acting as chain man of the contemplated editor to go against, we the whole any thing gold and Alexandria
must informed i is boxed in. He soon was by 1alettoflkston! :! who warmly may say I silver coin a legal tender. We 3,000 61 8
') sunk in slumber, the care of stemming," urged the right and duty of repealing the meeting South oa this vital question. We have Mr. I[ j I II ished at the ignorance or want of were aslon-of Payment of laborers on pub.

stripping," and clipping" all forgot j but Bank Charter should the Consolidationists in This fact was known to General Harrisonand Botts and the Sentinel on one side, ard the .I Mr. Huntingdon of Connecticut. honesty lIe I lie buildings, 12,903 45 15

by and bye Mr. M. went thither, with arms Congress succeeded in passing it ; and at no doubt it formed one of those items whole south and the whole southern press on I ally contended before the actu. I Survey of coast of Gulf of

well laden with tobacco, which it was his intention t the dinner, the sentiment "Let them Charter which induced the General to write to Mr. the other. "'0 say the whole southern press /1 provision referred to was contained Senate, that in the the !Mexico, 20,000 57 30

to h put to press." He laid it care and we will Uncliarlcr," was repeatedly given Brent in 1833, that he had experienced from although we doubt not but that there are a charter of the last bank. Whether this Distribution of books to
fully (for it was the veritable Cuba" that and responded to with unanimous enthusiasm. 1, ceedcd pro :Members, 40,000 39 12
:Mr. from
the boys talk about) down in its proper receptacle Clay nothing but ungenerous treatment number of nortltern editors, (all whigs) of ignorance in him or want of honesty Payment of Geo. militia, 208,618 42 26

at the bottom of the press, and commenced in return for years of devoted service." southern journals, who think with the Sentinel I it is disgraceful l to him personally, to Fort Maconprescrvalionof 25,00048 5

screwing away with good might and NEWS FROM FLORIDA. It was no doubt the knowledge of this, what !, and would go heart in hand with the Abolitionists I the which State he he represents, and to the body in T emporary provision for Iu.,
main when there By the U. S' steamer jYcirimi Mr.\ I unworthily holds a se..t. natics in
arose from the box described Capt. Clay would deem a direliction of dutyon Mr. Botts and the Sentinel, but : With the District of
they such
: a provision in its charter
such McNulty, the Editor of the as that, Columbia
a long and loud of Georgian has ,
horror the
yell : re. of 3,000 57 2
as that has
part been
treasured deem it 'the bank
h'ed most prudent to nothing about the j would protler in
c the say j' bullion
would have following from payment
awakened the one of his Building war
corrcsendents 400.000
seven 79 11
sleepers, in his mind III
unt.l! he found
followed by such energetic remarks, as mur- p ,-Also, the St. Augustine News of this opportunity matter, and to let things take their course. 'j whenever it had any. The receiver would Removing Red river raft, 75,000 41 25

'dcr.murder, I'm killed, let me up," in rapid t he 30th ult.Correspi1idcncc. of punishing it. It is just such an net Not so with the Sentinel. Its zeal is so ;> ,t then have loilcposile it in the mint and wait

'succession. The l last: request was complied I ( of the Savannah Georgian. as one would expect from the vindictive dis. great that it cannot resist the temptation afl r-I I some time to get the coin, or go to a broker 812,098,857Thus
)' and
with, and the hleepef found to be unhurt, but L FLORIDA, July 30. position of the whig leader. As to the "'j'cr-1.! ded by the teller of Mr. Botts to show its J[; ;provision sell it would at a discount.be The effect of the it appears that, out of the twentj-

.il is not likely that he will ever again for such,I Fort Holmes has been ordered to be aban. fdy" and the want of veracity exhibited in.I friendly feeling for the Abolitionists and their specie, and this was to its discourage demand for onc millions, in round numbers, appropriated
a purpose? cho: se such a place. doned the transaction, it no doubt that object. by the twenty-fifth and twenty-sixth Congress
and the wis expected
troops to take post at Regi. claim to the right of pel-lion. I Never was there a man more .
CAST IRON" menial' Head Qarters Fort Mr.\ Brent would be from I completely upwards of a hundred millions were
; prevented
CHURCH:; King or at Fort party The Sentinel can boast that if it has less, bank-buught than the whig leader. We voted

don The Mechanic's following Magazine is *xtractcd: from the Lon try Russet[ ma,)as direct.A Lt. .Cal.! Riley, Com'dg 2d Infan: the considerations transaction.: from" making any exposure of(', prudence, it has more ze il and courage than i!; and haps distinctly should express our idea more correctly per. raising unanimously his voice ,against not the it first-and solitary as to whig the

4 St. few : other southern journals conducted by north. j' by saving stockjobber bought-twcuty.onc millions which were passed by
George's Church, Liverpool, is an days since as the first Serg't of -- ------ (-1"heyare to him their
object of considerable Capt. B. Beall's The crn editors. It has raised the pay by yeas and nays, I again, and have proved
..- interest for its taste ; company, 2d Dragoons,, advocates of .a U. S. Hank say there quasi Abohi-I ded support fur the Presidency. repeat
and as having been) nearly the first iron church; with a few men, was on his way from Tarn- will be no money pressure-none of this fall; lion flag South. Does it mean lo keep it !,;isLet --- -- --- -- -- it from the journals, there were two democrats
erected in Britain. pa Bay to Fort of Georgia is bidding high for au to one whig in the negative. ,Yet
:great King, about 20 miles from I of prices in produce which have I The zeal of the Sentinel causes it to mark:
The the former we lately office through northern gentlemen have the to rise here and/ '!
whole of the frame work of ihc win place, he discovered a tariff influence. lie audacity
dows, doors, groins, roofs, pulpit and ornamental ; he caught her and made her negro call woman her- seen-none of this stagnation of business,: I. a striking contrast between the course ;I shows his hand on every opportunity, and charge the last Administration a profligate }.
husband when there is a National Bank and pursued by Mr. Botts and that of other illi. j expenditure of when their
enrichments he refer ,
me of cast iron. The secured him, arid then made: him they \ denies that there is organized public money
length is lit feet, the breadth .17. It is ornamented 1 call an Indian, and so on, making one call to the state of the country when the late bank i beral members of Congress, and in fine the .' in any Tariff"party 'owu votes are staring them in the face; and!

by a splendid cast iron window of another, until he got four wurriors all in camp. was in existence. I whole South. It points out in strong colors I Congress, and declares that the nor when: too, they propose to swell the expenditures "

stained glass." lie then marched up and took the women I Let us look at this and see !how the fuels what! is to be tho result to each.It them manufacturers do not desire a high protective I this year more than three millions

It i is not, perhaps, generally known that a I and children, and safely delivered all at '!'um., bear out the assertion. The bank was ere II thus contrasts the "honest, fearless, conscientious tariff, ; and argues lustily that 20 per over those of the last !

great proportion of the largo manufactories pa Bay, numbering in all thirteen. ated in 181G. Three afterwards t! ," Mr. Botts, with the "timid, sel. cent cant act as protective duty The tra* British Hypocrasy.
erected in England; ; within the last years we
ten tor !
all iron except) the walls ; and within yearare two At a meeting of the Physicians of Mootf are told in Niles Register, of that date, that t "fish, truckling, and time serving" members of We publish in another column aa article

e years past, several cottages:; and country vii cello, held foi the purpose of expressing their there were 10.000 able bodied men daily seek I I j Congress from the South, (embracing all oft Fees of U. S. Bank Lawyers. from the African Repository, showing the

las have been put up near London which arc: feelings in relation to the death of Dr. EDWARD ing employment, and as many women who t [! them.) About the time the U. S. Bank was intrigo- grossest hypocracy on the part of the British

exclusively: cast iron-walls, doors, steps, C. CAIIWULL:: Dr. B. W. TAYLORwas I could not get employment. I Letter of Mr. Botts.-Once more we' ing for a renewal of its charter in 1831-2, Government and people in all they have done

roof In, chimneys England ,where sash, &c. called to the Chair, and Dr. JOHN II. POPE As to the fall of prices, from the examination earnestly commend this letter to the attentive the fees paid to lawyers by tho Bank nmoun.- and all they have said about African slavery
is dear and ;I:
cheap, ihe first cost of such buildings is Jess was appointed Secretary. of a director of U. S. Bank, it appears perusal of our readers. We arc aware that ted to somewhere about $140,000. Some and the slave trade. More barefaced hyporacy -

than those of timber. In durability and in The following resolutions submitted that so great was the t fail of house rent_ nt n_ thi____ the ,v-inwfl nvnrpsscd. hv. Mr.\ Units differ-----J very I of the lawyers in Congress no doubt got their c: on the part of a Government and people -

IU-----J>:llllV .UJ du..v -11rn.- nr-. ,_._'tIr....u..".. .........".'iU,...ftll.1 IUU. ''111, uen_ -and-- ullanimnll---------.J lv -"-,1".1 t'....... .. were scat of the Great Regulator, that a house materially, South, and from from those those of of his the colleagues vast l majority of the of full: share, if they did not get it all. was never before exhibited.
once finished such buildings require no which used to rent for $1,200 a in 1820 -
repairs -
and the most f finely carved Resolved, That we do deeply lament the would not year Southern men ; und on this account the more New.Orleans Banks. Bank Loans to Members of Congress.
ornaments bring than
more $450.
fell we admire tho frank and fearless .
little than dispensation of Providence imidepemi.dcnco The Bank of Orleans, .
cost more plain castings. which has taken has stopped
from doing
12 to 4 dollars flour from( of the who has
; $11 man dared
to 84. to sacrifice In loaned
In from our midst business. It is 1831-2, the United States Bank
Pennsylvania borne movements towards our esteemed friend and broth. his immediate expected .that some others
introducing iron buildings have been made. er, Dr.) Cadwcll. [Niles Re n.'i1cr.. believes and personal popularity in what ho I would do the same before long. A to Members of Congress, 8542,000 !
maintains be
to the
In the fall! of 1930, corn sold in cause of truth resump.
Tho front of the Miner's J Bank some
at Potlsville Resolved, Thai it is justly due to the memory of parts and true policy. But we arc confident that tion would, it is stated, most likely force half Home Scraps.
including\ step and ornamental work is Kentucky 10 cents und whcat
at 20'
iron and i is described I of the deceased to state, that during facrifico will not bo final or even lusting.An of them to wind up. Stirring times are expected :The Baltimore Republican has tais good
as a
extremely; neat.- cents a bushel, and this .
near to four after -
Thjs! front erected! about! ten years ago, is residence of several) years, in this place, he the chartering of tho bank. years times honest mistaken, f fearless, conscientious, althoughat there among the banks!:! and planters, thing" We:-
will be havo but constantcry
man, now
nothing one
now said to bo fresh as ever. In some of has so deported himself, both in his when resumption day comes -if it ever
the professional while the timid, selfish truckler, nod time server from the present Administration P'Y"
public private buildings of Philadelphia l and social relations, as to Proscription for opinion Sake. will comes. LMO- .
iron I command ultimately meet with tho scorn and Congress, and that is, MONEY !
marble, with facings good:: success.been -substituted for .. the regard and confidence of all. Hear Daniel Webster before he was Sc- contempt even of Jiosc who for a time con. More Bank Bobbery. NEY !MONEY !-'' kelp us, CASH US,

Herald. Ncwbttryport Resolved, That we do sincerely sympa crctary of State : descend to use him. $00,000 robbed from the Bank of Louisville or tee sink! All of which money to bi rt-
_ Hear Daniel Webster, --- paid by the sweet'of the man' kpT"*
thise with !his bereaved poor
family, on account of r Illinois. Books and
A clergyman, who had considerable of a Now one ot! tho Harrison Cabinet in The Pensacola GazeLle and Mr. papers mutilatedand !by the producers-the farmers, the mecbaa*
farm, as was generally the case; ]in our fore ,the heavy a/lliction/ with which they have i speed made in Worcester, Massachusetts a Levy. destroyed Some ono else than a simple ics and laborers !" ,--

fathers' days, went out &to see one of his laborers been fis ted. against tho late administration : Hear him We arc pleased at seeing the generous and bank robber The stock jobbers cry-is cask us or **

who was ploughing in the field, and ho Resolved, That, as a tribute of respect to ** There is no civilized country on earth in liberal manner in which tho Gazette speaks ST. JOSEPH TIMES OFFICE, ) sink-State Stocks-cry cash us or we aiok-

found him" sating" upon j Jus plough, resting his our departed brother, we do wear crapo on I which, on a change of rulers there is such of Mr. Levy. It is alike creditable to the Thursday, Aug. 5th, 1841. J tho office seekers cry-cush us or we Sifl3!

team. John,. said he, would it not be a our left arm_ for thirty days. un inquisition fun spoil 04 we have witnessed' good sense, patriotism, and to tho heart of the With hearts sore under that recent dispensation BARING and BATXS cry u WJCWTX crifP.
good plan for you to have a stub scythe here, in this free republic. When : to BABIHO caSh us or we sink. .
and be hubbing a few bushes On motion of Dr. L. L. Taylor, it was'Resolved ever did an i Editor. Ho preferred another candidate' of Providence, which has clad most of -'
while the oxen I English Minister go down to low our citizens in for JCDOIY is laid to have come back toBIDDLK :
water mark mourning
are resting? John, wijh countenance' that That a copy of the resolutions/ to make an ousting of tide waiters 7 When yet speaking of Mr. Levy in a way that departed one, it is yet with feelings some near of satisfaction and : fight-and .to pay off old 1CClCI1O'
might well have become the divine himself be forwarded tho did makes a marked contrast between him LIWUCOTT. His old the Bank 'arc
fo family of tho deceased. he disturb the post offices, tho mail con. and the and deep felt gratitude, that we have: scores to
instantly returnedWould it not be well,, Resolved, That the proceedings of this tracts, and any thing else in tho remotest de. other editors in the Territory, who were op. now to announce 'far.as present indications laid on the table for .the present.- C Mr for have
pulpit, and you when&to they a ewingjing are'singing'to) board in the meeting be published in tho papers of Tallahassee grco connected with tho government. poticnts of Mr. Levy, showing himself to be go, tho entire absence of disease from A man of Family.-A> roan and: his wife
little. flat ?1" The reverend gentleman swingle I DANIEL WEBSTER. of a different order of beings from them. our midst. With tho exception of some convalescent and nineteen children armed recently! ;i.t

on his heel), laughed heartily, and aid turned nr: Tim Albany will Hear Thomas Ewing, Secretary of the lie surely is out of his proper sphere when persons not yet out of their rooms,' Milwaukioon'their:way farther west Ie!U
more about hubbing buuhcs. no papers please copy Treasury,before ho wan in office. ill association with thorn. wo do not believe! there is a casoof: the fever understood that he bad left part of: hisfa- "

III .I in town.! elain l.


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I THOM FLOK1UA.( ----- ---- --1 -r, i.- -- --
Marine List ::-- : -r tAUCTION" 1 -- I
--Port teom J.- T
r the U. S. steamer Gen Taylor, Capt. CAUTION HOUSE.
I iwk, arrived yesterday morning from Pilat. REPORTED BY )t. SCOTT, JR., DEP. COL. 1 THE: public: a certain are hereby promissory cautioned note against made pur. THE Sulribr' _' inform the people of SALES..

arrived at that pay bftboce who _
that au able
'learn express .
by the
1'ceon 14th inst. from Tampa Day, ARRIVED. St. Marks, and subscribers, to Ambrose Crane late of that they caa find &good aeommoatiooll EWu .. til, ,
the I Aug. 12. Steamer James Adams, from Tampa ( now in Texas.) Said note was his aa at house in
Uichlcft' 30th ult., stating that >\ aId Cats Bra y. given fur $*. J4 43-100 and is supposed to bars an c a hou.. only want any trial lo ti.prove pu his A AND COJISB.OI

of ahout 60 persons had arrived at 1 am- CLEARED dated endorsement of f|IOO 00 on it. The note being I''"". I JAMES RAMSEY.&sr. IIU.NT,

tribe and that 40 more of another tribe were i Aug.. C. ScLr. Pantaloon Webster, for Bal.tiniorc. the lame 19th has April long 1838 since payable been paid at six by months us in settle,and Port leon. July 31. lw. "ON WEDNESDAY 0* lllh instant, \

r..tI ,0 davs march of that place. I ment of account with said Crane and repic'enlod : TO KENT, AT 1 o'clok. I will ..1, io front of my Auc J. .JIACKIJBT

'since the aW c was in type, we learn that I''I OBITUAUY.. lume to bo lost or mislaid at the time ; we therefore re Until the first of June next a small! Room, AUCTIONEER
induced to come in and sur.vendor -- --- -- -- -- -- to pay tl.o same, but Understanding: that said 2 STORY DWELLING ONE NCGRO WOMAN and CHILDCredituntil
they have been lnSLMarki ; tie; ;G_ in AND COMMISSION MERCHANT.
on the lllh in't. of prevailing note has since fell into the hands of his V IOUHE first
chosen son, Alex one of the most healthy January
by being told by two warriors. fo ver, Col. JOBS B. COLLINS Quarter Waste ander. P.\V. Crane and offered for sale, calls forth parts ot tho town with Also,one BUGGY and nA nut SALE -WtdnttdoTfi Jf &otenfayhit <.
Wild Cat ) in the t General of the Florida "us a yard, ES.
scat out by' Cmcoochcc, ( Militia, aped about 40. ; notice. HOLT & M1LLI:1t.I and well ef good The Also, one BUGGY hORSE .
water. Lot is No. 85
for that that he I 1 The deceased wa* a native Connecticut. JLcon43 nnty, Flo.-Ja tiee'* Coart.Peter .
In b't.Ma.ksAug.14
middle of J lost month purpose, I I 1811. 3tf in tlin North Addition of the City, at the corner of EDWIN W. DORSET. ;
had been threatened, and if they, early life ho emigrated to the Western country, and Virginia and Gad.den strccli.For Aug7 3 Swa..by
WildCat) 1 1 I '
( thence Florida where his usefulness For Mark's
: to as an en. New York. further 1at. St.
w.uld not come in he would be hung which I lerpnMng citizen: i is fully attested in the universal I!' The fast sailing brig TUSCA.I July 17.1841.particulars 51 enquire at this office. United States Marshal's Sale.B t Swa. Attachment 8

caused the surrender of almost all of his tribe j irriefatliis] losby a largo circ-lo of friends and ac-j;I VILLA," will sail for the above port Y virtue of a fi. fa., issued out of th. Suprri ,N I Issued July 16tb,.1841.QBOJBERT .

'l'be.tirnO stimulated for their being at Tampa quainianccs thtoughoul! Middle Florida. As an ',. 6 on t the 16th inst. For freight or J"U'- To Bridge Builders. or Court Calhoun County in favor of the Richard H. BlousL J

was thc 16th inst. Wild Cat is yet secured' officer< he was indefatigable :and prompt in thc per-1;|I sc.gc, having ulterior accommoda- I) N the 14trr of August next, I will let to the Union Bank of Florida, vs. the Lk JWimicoand Same ) :.la same Coo,).
i Bay. (formanccnf bis dulirs-ardnt in his devotion to''< tions. apply to tho Capt. on board at Port Leon, V lowest bidder, at the sight selected, the con- St. Joseph Canal and I Cmpany. I 'I. '\' AtUabmeut for
irons at Tampa the service in which lie was engaged ; for the last i)jorto, KERR 4- KIKKSEY t.'acL for building a Bridge for the UBC of my plan. bavo levied upon and will offer for public Same. ,} 1Ie July 18ik,$1

f.vo: years he frequently descended from his responsible -, Aug7 3 21 TallahaMeo. I tation, ai rOi. Ockloekney river at a sight se- outcry, Same ) In same C0.

[:Correspondence of the Savannah Georgian.) : i station, to perform the duties of the humblest i Leon county- Fla.-Justice's Court. lected near Friday's Fist| Landing, a short dis On th 16th day of August next, **. ) Attachment t

Extract of a letter received by the Steamer I I individual attached to the Department) over which, I St. Marks District. tance bdow Steward's Bridge. The contract to in front of the Court House door in the city of Same. 'Isued July J6tb,
he piesuled. It may l ho truly said that "the post ofdanger hccompleted by the list day October next. Tho St within Same In
Gen. Taylor Capt Peek, dated. I Joseph, the legal hours of sae, (and ) same CoarL
," to him "was the post of honor. In him J JoelEewey ) l Hridgc to be bUlt out of the very 'best heart pine'tUJl'li continue the same from day to day until ahal ,twSame.. fO$47
FLORIDA, July 31, 1841. Governor's Call and Reid and the gallant Col. vs >Atlachmen for $'0. covt'ring to be 2 inches thick and quarter the following described property, levied of Alachmnt. July 16ti! -5.

The remnant of Maxey Harjo's band, Bailey ever 'found an efficient, and untiring coadju I James M.Harris ) lbsued July 2e, IU4I.11IE I. ": cOltraclr will be required to give good the property of the Lake Wimiico and St.upon Joseph:1 ''Same ) lame Coart.
tor. His of the fastnesses : defendant and all interested will i security fur the performance of the
knowledge country and the persons contracts-. Canal and Railroad
Company, order 0.
12 to 15, have in at T by of the for $17 43.
umbcringSO1Ie gone of the Scininoic, together with his interminable take notice of the commencement of the I. Other ,particulars mau'e known on the above day. Plaintiff*. Same. 'AUae.8et Issuediuly 16th, 1841.
Tampa and surrendered. I resources (when tile Territory was without above suit by attachment tliix d.iy issued fioin Justice July 27,_mil. ROBT. LAUKINS.Administrator's ALSO fB\HE' defendant "
You may perhaps remember that theirChief a dollar) in supplying the troops with sul'liil'tent'c AVhiling's Court, and arc notified to appc&r atsaid : JL n all other .interested, are
I virtue of decree
Sale. a issued out of the .hereby of Ihe above
(:above mentioned) was killed a few I and Ibrajrcr, marked himatoucc as one of Florida's first court at St. Marks j in the county of Leon, onthc ILL he sold' on the 15th of next, BY Court for the District of ApalacUicola Supe, ...La O.Led th ittutiO by
September Court
in November
ablest officers. Saturday ncxl. at 10 o'clockA. '\7 aUcmenr
months since by Capt. BeaU mid hung up todrv. I In private life his character M. and defend said suit. by order of the Judge of the Cuiiuly Court "illing in Calhoun County in Equity: in .hid, tho and are required to appear lid b
HIS treatment of the villain has doubt. As and of was unexceptionable. JOEL : oflxxn County Lot No. 203, in the North Addition Southern Life Insurance and Trust Co., Green held at Su Mark in th County of Leon en
srentlcmnn his DnwnY.ria'ff.
a man manly
I of the of Tallahassee Chaires, William West, el. a!, are last Saturday next, at tea o'clock
City complainants, Ocebcr
the result above St. belonging to the
about Marks
announc. his July 23, IS-1I. 3m3 A
brought and
1 less hearing< inlrgrily, promptness, industry, i.-state of Grenvilic Shcpjiard, dccen c. and the Lake Wimico and St. Joseph Canal and M. and defend .id sails.
'" di rction obtained for him the esteem and confidence Noticed ELIZABETH: CLEAVELAND, Railroad Company und John D. Gray el. at. are .PETER H. SWAIM. by his Agent

Great ;Ucc Uur In JVew T ork.. of all In his domestic relations he was weeks after dale shall apply to the Judge July 31, 1311. I ; Adminislralrix.U. defendants, 1 have levied upon and will offer for Malthiofc Swaim, Plaintif.
ever kind, faithful and affectionate. Though separated SIX the county Court of Leon for letters le at public outcry, on the 16lh day tf August St. Marks, Florida July 16tfc '1841.
A numerous nnd most animated Meeting from his family circle by official duties his ; county S. Itlnrlial's SaletBy I san ext, in front of the Court d'Jor. in the
of the
AdminiKlration estate cijy .
on of John r. Blown loUS
was held in New York on Thursday cveningtagains I constant( source of enjoyment was the anticipation late of said county deceased. \ virLuo1a fi. fa.issued out of the Superior I of St. Joseph, within the II0ts of sale and Lon COUDt Fla.-.ul'. Coart
: establishment of a National Bauk.TueN. 1 of the quiet KecluMon of home. lie has left a dis- ROBERT HEIR. of Calhoun County in the Apulachico- .hal continue the same Iron day to day until fin- 'I )01 ) Mab.iltr .
cons.ilate< wife and three children to wlio-i. his loss vs. > Attachment for $31
V. Era estimates the number as at will be irreparable, and! while we lament their loss, I Tallahassee Aug.:!, 1841. la Distiict, in favor .U'llliam U. Dalliu vs the ith ,) the following described property, to wit : Richard H. Blount.' 68
Lake Wi'nico and St. Canal and (U.tilroadCompany 7, South
Joseph Township Range 1 i
least 15,000. W e feel that we have lost n true friend, and his V,111| : Subscribers have tins day disposed of ; I hare levied and shall bell West. THE defendant and all others ictorested, are
country< a valuable citizen. M. their stock of DRUGS, Mr.DlCIMiS, &c. upon, at i J'racionllc. No. containing 36 acre' notified (f U>e iOltituto of the above .

From the United Slates. Died at Port Leon, on Wednesday. tho llth I inst to Mr. D. H. AMES, for whom they rel respectfully public outcry On the, IGlh/ I No. 9,loti 5. ilLZand 1 13:do. 1434 suits by attachment, in Jace Whiting's Court 4
.D.\XK MEETING. licit continuance of tin confidence and cay of August next, S ect.No. 22, cont'g 63C 47-100 acre; and are notified to
ANTI in the 22d of hrr Mary Jane, wife of a lavor appear .S\M.rka on the
year age shown them. i in front of the Court doer, within the legal I Frac. Sert. No. 21, lots 1 and 2. 102 100; la st in October
heretofore Saturday .next, tan A. H.
John B. Keen of this city, and eldest daughter of G
About fifteen hundred persons assembled Francis Loyac D'Anlerroches Ellof JS'ew York I RANDOLril & LEWIS.' h hours of tlclhc"following described property, to W hal and S E quarter No 23, 481; and t.h same in said Court a then and thee

,, ou Tuesday afternoon in the State House City :I July 3Ut, 1841. wit- F ru.; No. 27, lots 1 and 3, 83 3310; to L held. MOSES Plaintiff: 4

i Yard, to a call made to the democratic citizciis In Monticello the 3d instant after i All persons having demands agiinst the firm, Lois 10.4, in square 4; W lahfofsccL No Z5.32I' 46lOt'jFrac. J Marks Florida.July 16 CR
o8ed to the on a and those indebted arc requested lo call on Mr 4, 5, t i and 'J, in square G. Sect. No. 2G, 'lots 1, 2, 3,4,6,7,8,9,10 and 18.lOTICE.
who are ul'l| { leading measures short illness, Dr. EDWARD C. CADWELL. Lewis for settlement. Do 1, in square 1 12; 154 ron'g 101' IKMOO acrr; .
of the national administration ; to the J. II. Do G and 7, in qu.trc 30, Frac. Seel. \u. 3j, con'g 100; JOTICEis hereby given tat.application
Ur creating a national debt of twelve mil- Constant, pure, and noble in his principles I I 3 B.C. LEWIS. South half of square 5o; S ect.No. 3C,con's 641 2-3947((0.7Onslll 1 favor of Mrs. Martha : will be made

i, lions to the bill providing for the distribution and impulses, he loved to live, because he --aug7 Lots N'os. 40, II, 4'Z, 43 and 44, in the southern 8, South Range 11, to the Judge of the County Court of fit..John's
; n"es. County for Letters of
HE subscriber having purchased from ..Mc-ssis. extension; dDini.trdioa on the Estate
.] or the proceeds of the public lands among lived to love-but he is translated by the kind I! T UANUIJLI'U & L..\\IS their entire ttock ol: Lois Not. 1,2,3 and 4, in square 75, southern rc- F & do No. 1, cou'g" 62 6310 acre I oJ Robor Raymond Reid,late of Mid County

the Stateand especially to the contemplated fiat of a benevolent God to an early Paradise I I UltUGI:5, .uElJICI1'\ES rCtJleclfully rCIlu'illiIi IOlve, : Do Do do 2. 1445'0 d 51 July 17thi841.
project ofa National Bank. continuance of the jMlrunago hciclofurtt bc- Tlc lola and St. Joseph Railroad, together with 12, "' 57-HI The St. Augustine Herald please sOp,., *
i Do 1.J
-that better country, lit J'ccu them.All l thereon do 59247-100 1
iron ; .
i Do du 23, .. Sheriff's ,
"Stillll y come. -The Indiana Demo Where} liht; lnll1 l laire on many a crown, I accounts will be mad at specie rates, and The Loromoli\c Engines, called the "St. Jos 5 2610 virtue of Sale. "
Do do 24, w ril of fieri facias
1 to
cratsavs, That the lion. JOHN McLEAN, From stins that nexcr more go
Whig in that State, JAMES RARIDEN, The subject of this notice was a native of !). II. AMES.JalySl. Terms CA I. Do do 35, I. 952010: .c tdwin D.Coeman! defendant I have this day lev

Esqr., a late member of Congress, and JONATHAN Auburn, in the state of New-York. In 1838: !._!1SII. 3 aug 7 Mars hal PETF.ll of thtiAp.tlacliiciita. G\CTIEr.Di>lrict.St. Jr. Township 8, South Range 12,69-10 Wett. l ied on and Ihal expose for sale on t 15lh day of
'I'IIE the
DELPHI August usual
McCAUTY one of the Harrison HOTEL, hoor froqt of the
he removed to this place, and has boon assiduously TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.THE Jtwrph July lOtIi,14l. 52! Fractional Section, No. 2, cont'g 325,77-100 acres Court House in this city. For SpecIe ToU
Whig Electors, have abandoned the Whig U. S. Marsliar Sale. Do do J II I, 28-100" l lowing to wit
2J property :
party, as they conceive the Administration to engaged, since that time, in the practice : Subscriber gives notice to the Fi.'Ja. under foreclosure vj Do do 14.u .
friends and |'alrms of ibis 'longeslablishcd nwrlgage.JY Do do 13, 4010 .. Clary wencl&Mariaa wench, and AL
abandoned the which it of his ) his residence a .
have ground on carne profession. During hlu' : : j virtue of an execution issued under a De > '
that 'I and Austin
the building Do do Alto lot No.
I 3 ,
h chire
from tho Court of 2.
i into power. h here his kindly disposition, his gentlemanly have been recently FITTED L'P IX I Superior the Apalachicula Do do C 26.10 7 3
_ _ the I I Di.-.trici, silling in Calhoun Counly in 2.,
INCREASE OF THE TARIFF deportment, and his medical skill, had gained: 1 i A SUPERIOR been prepared STLI'in the,mo,t numerous completo rooiiih order,having and ICuia.: wherein Jo-tph Cliaires, executor ut the Do do 25, lot I 1,3 fc4, 10.10 Levied upon as the property of the said Edwin

1 From Washington July 3 1 si. for him both professional distinction and personal that the llou.sC haH been reopened for the accom- I and testament of Ben, Chaircs, deceased, ALSO, Coleman, (pint out by the said plaiotiffj to
late of If'OI County, and John Fonlane, of the Luis No. 5, in square 2; satisfy Ih. .
"The Taiiff bill has passed our House by popularity. In him the community 1m e i inodatiouof, and REULLARIJOAKUERS that every attention will& TRAVELLERS 1 1I Slate Georgia, are Cfllliliual and the Lake Du 4 and 5, in square' 3; E. I. G.TILLNGHAS herf
of 110 101. This bill i is paid' iVimico and l. J Railroad C Do 1,5, 6,;.12 and 13, i July 15. 1841.
z'oc to expected lost one of their greatest benefactors, and the L i to thur comfort and couvciiiciicc. Tho Adel'lulias L : oclh ald .ni. I square C;; 5lf
: i>any, arc have lcl ied n, and will Do 4,5) 6, 7 and 12, in 9
uj l"
to produce :increase of revenue of ten number of Uoorn Bed square ; Tallahassee
an of its h a great Rocms andParlors July 12th, 141.IN '
profession one brightest ornaments.Dr. .ell at public outcry, in front of the Court house Du 9, in square 10; .
millions. This is the estimate of Fillmore 1 attached, .aid accommodate iumilc: absence from the
cal my I have
C. consistent member of the Presbyterian : o<>r, in the city of hit. Joseph, Do 1 II and 12, in -quare II I, Territory appointed -
was a vomlorlaMo
upju! the importations w hich we have hud for I in the most manner. I On the IGth day of August next, Do 3, in MJUIIC 1 II; Judge Augustus Steel, of Tampa
: Church :2n11rlwn the king of terrors" -I The Subscriber will take. every step necessary to p h Bay, my agent. Those desirous of purchasing
the last Six This i is another measure within the usual hours of sale and the Do 1.5,6, ;,8,9 10, 11.
years. have his tabe! always plentiful,) *upi>hed with the ( continue 12 13 & 14, sq. 16; portions ol my Land, will apply him.
of tlif promised relief! Will nothing rouse laid his icy hand upon him, and summoned very CKST PROVISIONS that can be procured I sale until tiuishcd,) the following described pru Do 10, in square I 17; Al!! powers heretofore given t by me
the of the and '. His Bar will be p erly, to \\it- Do 3.4,5,7 and II, in square 19; h been t oter
sleeping energies People, bring him to walk through the valley and 1 s U the country furnish with i and are cull and void from
them i (lie cliuico WINES at.cl, $, ar.dwil All the Railroad, known U the "ST. Do 1.2 and 3, in square 2<} September 1836. RICH'D. S.
to see tIle wide spread which is in IVtt LllUOll HACKLET.
shadow of death he in the : lOLA ISA1LUOAD Square 21
was not wanting be attended with active I JOSII'I and the IRON[ ; July 17 2m
preparation fur them under tho Federal D). duties, of his ;1 obliging i.i. : : from lola: ou the Apalachicola river r 1 Lois% Nos 6 and 12, in square 22; 51
high calling. keeper.
cast}r"? his be as moderate as the times to the City of 11 JUr.ii( on 11p liny of St. Joseph, Square 23 NOTICE.

[Doubt not! The People are awaken. lie showed that, to him, Death had lost its? will Adult c.arel. "il together with and .i'II. the Turn-outs, StationsUridgfsVare Lots ', in square 2G; THE subscribers have formed a e8'p rtaersbip

ing!] sting ; and over hun the grave could gain novictory. With thc e assurances of his disposition to ,\ Shopa.Wharves, Do 6,7,1 and 12, in square 27; the profession of Law. and will practice in
public in his line of LJuhillCl, lie, rcujicrifully.solicits I Docks, &c.&c., appurtenant" and ap|'uH laul to said Do. square 28; the Superior and County Courts of the middle dis
From the Cincinnati Republican July JO. His alllictcd family, tho'stunned 1 a share' cf tlC patronage! of the old friends mad, and used in connection therewith to facilitate Do 1,2, 4,5 and 10, in square 29; t trict and in tLe.Court of Appeal Letters on

Summary Execution two murderers. l by the sudden and )heavy calamity which has of ihe 1.talII"IIICII.: and the country generally. the transportation of puiscrigers and freight, or lite Square 3 business should be directed to Thos.J. Heir Menticllo .
JAMES W. SHERWOOD: Agent lor proper and convenient transaction of hui>iness, together Do 1; or J. McC.uts Tallahassee 01 to IfcCub
Maythe and Couch hud been confined in the comt! upon them, yet submissively recognise S. ;CAIWHUUGfI'rulrc/ur. with the margin of soil, land or estate, appenJant LijNos.3,4,5,6,8,9hI, 12, 13 If 1.11 In sq. 32; and Heir at either place .

j jail at Willinmstown, Grant county, Ky. for in i it the hand of a kind God, who docth all] 'alala.ee! Ah Ult loll or appurtenant to said Road. Square 3 J. M C lolT
the last three four Also, the Wagon Road, made near said road to I Do TUOS. HEIR.
or weeks, charged with ;
: and no doubt of the things well, and lind solace in the assurance \OT1CE.CATT. facilitate the tame, from Si. Joseph to loU, or Do 35, except lots C and 9; J une, 1841 3d

der guilty attempt to rnur- that he is gone from this gloomy vale of tears IIGfltruIW.lt: the Light house points contiguous to tho.places. Lot Nos. 11 and 12, in !square 37;
UlterLack .
the Drover, an account of I a jOD lUUI:5I: )E ENTERTAIN Also, all the Locomotive Engines and Tenders''I Do 2,3.4,5,6,7, E.9, 10, 11,12 I 1 13, 14, sq. :; NOTICE.'
which we published at the time. Mr. Utter lj }his joy in heaven. P. .MC l NT, and.only charge:(U nuT iii i good money. FreiCars, Passenger Cars, Dirt Cars Wagwis, Square 3th! S IX weeks after date we 1M eubceribcn shal

back, it seems, had been lingering in a ms; III this city of the prevailing fc\ cr or tun HI Inniiiet' _-.L July 17 4 CurLs iiiid Mules. Do 40, eicepl lot 7 nnd C; apply to the Honorable the Judge of the
erable slate his throut yesterday NOTICE. AIIli variety of Too! Materials and Instiu- Do 41; County Court of Leon Ceuoty, for letters of Ad.
having been horribly, the 30th instant, the I Honorable }Kirifn I menu, all of winch wil bo more particularly tie- : Do 4i; ministration on the estate of.Almas Ali. deceased.
mangled,at a tavern sonic fuur miles beym d WEEKS(: : after Oslo, I shall: apply to tne' hcnbcd at the tune uld place, of sale. Do 43; C. H. BLOOD
CViltamstownon AM.KX of the United States (Courtfor SIX
\ ; much : Judge I Judge of the' of Leosi for.Letursof
a travelled road. ai d County Tem:: Do 44; E.1L BALL
au object of comnnsserutic n with every pas. the District of Apalachicola. Connected. Adimnixl ration ou the Estate of Pete G .!!.- C.Sl.rlTER W. (;ACTIElt, Jr. Lot NOH.-7, I l, 9, 10 nnd, 12. in square -15; Tallahassee, July 3. 1841.

J Jt) ser by. He is a citizen ol Bourbon, the ad. with the deceased by ties of enduring friendship h Icy, laic of this County, deceased.J..'. C. IIAItLIY.: St. Joseph Marshal July 8Lhm,14t.of the: Apalachicola 52 District.; Square Do 47 46;; JLitfht llARIOTEES Carriages Cheap lor Caab.

ii joining county' Grant, and where the ex united with him at one period as a partner L- Ji'ly21, J IC41. 6w Do 4ft i C with BAROUCHES & BUGG YS
____ harness
II cilt'nltut has A ICOCIAMATIOVI5Y complete got up in /aperior
been increasing ever since the in the practice of )law, and latterly as an TO THE J THE: GOVERNOR OF FLORIDA. i Lots Nos. C. 9. 43, 44., 48, 50, 51, 5657. 58, 5<>. CO I, style, and roc sale at the auction and commission
I'UflLIj.N .
attenptto murder him It being now prob I fil,6-C3 I &65, GG, 67, Gd, 69,70.71,72,73 1, tore of B. J. HACKLEY.
lamatical, however, whether Mr. U. might; officer of his Court, we haie had ample oj'- l conwijuuncc of the' publication of an article "Turu\s.: it has been satisfactorily! made j 4, 75,.6, 7.C, 7! r>, bl I, 82, S3, 84, 85. (6 Feb. 27, 1841. 31tf_ '

not survive although in such restored sitU,' :, I Itioaag portuuilics of testing his worth as a man, and 1 over the signature Ut 4ucra, alledging time lia- iII'cl to me, that "tls Alston, 87, tW, 89, tO,91, 92.93, 94, and !95, aud lots :: Cabinet Business.
ihitiv of the It'rclaltl of allllliact to lie ("nion who had. Il'l'U previously ., tIC! Jail in and D, in the Northern cxli-nMon of the City 0 f,
to toe fJc'llCr useful to hin.sjlf nor id. 1 his uprightness and capacity as a jurist. A Hank of Flord", we diem necessary, in justie'C I.col cou hI ,on the charg 1 of murdoi was on the Jo.-:i>lO THE undersigned, his ENTIRE having pirchaaed of Mr. I.

low men-the uncertainty increased whetherthe custom to speak well of the dead, has become In ourxrlvcs, to ray that we have nevrr owce that olh day of June, of the present year admiil--il to Lot t\01. 5. G.7. n. 9, 10. 1 11. 12, t H:;, 14, 15, t6. 1.r AND MATERIALS in the STOCK above OF l TOOLS

utmost penalty of the law would be \'is.1 4 J Ualll, at any one lime, moro than $IOOOO, all al bail; and ,,.hargl'd l Iy |IcrHul" acting its Justice of 115, 19. 20' 21 I, 22, 23, 21 25, 26. 27. 28,2,3.( continuing the business at the old line, intends

ited upon the prisoners, nothing less than!jbo trite, that the language of warm panegyric present wo arc not Udclae6 on.* cent jointly nor the Peace, and that he /UW at large. And(I 31,32, 33,34: ,337: :Wand 39, in Ward .tIVr.ya and respectfully solicits stand the opposite .

ulucb it ;-I''is'i too often applied to unworthy objects! but individually! and lhat depooiU have generally whereas it has beer further made to appear, Ihe em extension of the City of St. Joseph. age no liberally bestowed on hw patron
I predecessor.
seems, would pacify the people of. excocd our lial-ililim. cummifct.ion.4 i>f the jiersonfc acting and admitting Sections .12 and 13, in Township P, south of rangeII

Iwurbou. Many of the citizens of that. I 'those who knew Judge .\J.LJX: far and near, July 10 60 KERli! KIUKSEY.rD : said AI"ttJl lo tall, had expired, und that they wc t.rxcept( such lots therein as have ben N.B. DOORS,SASH HENRY and MANTLE SAULS'IECES.URY.

county, therefore, deliberately resolved upon I hut more particularly thc people of this District ) were not at that time aforesaid Justices of the sold by the Lake Wimico and St. Joseph Canal &c., made. to cider, and at the shortest notice.
the The Very Cheapest and Bc"t.A Puac. and their acts as such, arc therefore null and Railroad Company, and for which title
summary execution. They deputed ten i i i icitizeisof and his immediate neighbors, will accord vuid. -Arril 10th, 1841. 38 y '
OTlua'EtK.Y MAMMOTH Bonds have been given; except "icrplcd a
I the
county to visit Willianibtown I, ,to his memory more than our 'leeble pen can FAMILY I NEWSPAPER. Now (therefore in pursuance of law, I herchyofler hove, and also excepting the 'lots laid off in the ALBERT B. ALEIANDERIp
and inform the citizens of the and the 1Ll,: of ihe a reward of Two lliindicd Dollars .
place Weekly
1 I i Proprietors Ledger, which City of St. Joseph mind the extensions AUCTIONEER
lie has in the meridian thereof -
prisoners particularly, that at such a lime the 'express. passed away _B. contained ult the icailirmulliT of MX pape.-t; for the arrest of the fciid Willis At.tll, and his which have boiu levied upon separately, ANDCommission

prisoners were to be executed. This notice'[ i! of a useful lift without one blot upon hia I of ih'-ir popular 11,111lo.e clculaLun of betwuen delivery to the Marshal of the Middle! Dinlrict of so advertlHud.SCci71 < Merchant
'M() and : is tie bent Florida. And I do hereby! direct all the ,
iOOOU copies, evidence of proper
Was ihirty.&ix hours St. Times.T 4, Township 4. Range -. Part Leon Flo.
Josrph ,
previous to the actual[ i ivccution name. merit found llrjir olliccrs of this to be vigilant in ,
( having original in I Territory arresting
and a clergyman was alto sent L, '! j regard t" patronage fur their nlticll'llon.cxpcrimcnl, time said Ahitomi,and placing him in custody. Comprising the kite ufIOLA, xc'pt such 1'l as March 13, 1841-tf_33_ .
Uuderhipiied I have been sold by the Lake Wimico and SuJotcph
and actually went to the prison for icligious I Iconvere he havaigpur J j far cxeetded by actual facts, notwithstanding their Given under my land, ana' the seal ofL. I Canal and Railroad aud for On Consignment. "
chaitcd llie fiitirclor.k of Company
with the pnsoners. j: Medicines J rigid adherence lo the rule of 8cldl.ng,0 papcr in I [ s.j the Territory at Tallahassee, th: I which the Bonds have been given. AND for sale low, a splendid uasrtment t o
Ou h Drugs 4c. "J4ny inoUnce, paid fur, and w'anatly.lol"'pin" IGlh djy of June A. I D. 1841. : DABUKB, from Princee's
Saturday last in to the U/tJ [ 9 Southwest. Garden N
about pursuance no.t'Cc lately owned by Dr. R. I. Bskcr, of' thix' a" subscriptions at the expiration of the Let ''Iiordered R. I K. CALL, Township lange 1 York,consisting of every variety and colour.
to five hundred citizens of Bourbon city, ret.pcctfully.inform their friends and and feeling therefore encouraged lo fur. Governor of Florida. Fractional 1 tedious, 1 ad 14. i, Wen put up in fine order and are warranted They t.

which were added some from Scott and thu public llut they 'have done MO' with a ihcr ctl'orts to serve the public, have come to ii,''Cdetermination JulyjG.JC-11. I ALSO : bloom,if properly taken
t Harrison 1 counties, came into Williamstown I view of establishing a PERMANENT But;i. to enlarge their "weekly lo the titan Notice'X The Lake 'Vlmlc and SU Joseph ALBERT It. ALEXANDER.

10'solemn procession and must perfect order. XE8S under the firm of l'UI'Bo& IlUIJINSON, in rid niolli /izc. changing its title to thai of UNITED 1 WEEKS after date, I shall apply to the JlatlroiUl *i> th. IRON THEREON, com Port Lcen.March 13, 1841-if 33
solicit share of In j STATIC," and su it us the fifth juoncing ibc junction of the! said road, together
They had respectfully a palroiuge. addition establishing maim Hon. Jui'ge of the County Cour: of Leon I a :
chosen TRAYED from the
aLe their Sheriff to act for to the block now on hand, they will receiveby I moth weekly journal of the United Stales. Thu County for 'letters of AdroinUtralion on the Estate with the right of way of said Road from the j junction subscriler on the 1th

occ4wioujuid proceeded to the jail, and demanded the first arrivals from New u.kl a further supply magazine and book literature of Europe and Am C. of Almus.Ali, late of said Connly, deceased. of the lola Road .to the Depot at Lake Wimi wit.i1. a April blazed a two face.year old mare eolt,a bright aerre
the of with rira will bo searched fur co. aud also the Wharve, &c. &c. at the Depot. Any person returning the aairf
"riloners.1 ythe and Couch. Drub, toguhcr a gentral I uwortincnl diligently things new, RICHARD A. SHINE Horse, arguing i JOraaal will
The Sheriff of Grant refused to give them"P. ofFANCY / in'crfBtingand important, which will be set up for Tallahassee, Aug.. 1841. Terms CASH.PETER W. GAUT1ER, Jr. ward 4I. oo.JOHN b*W..tUfMtwr ADAMS.r.
ARTICLES PAINTS its columns! eiprcstly and the saiuo matter willnot 1 -
or the OILS 1 1841.
key of the prison ; ho offered I GARDEN SEEDSand bo used in any other paper. ttad&deu County Court, Marshal of aie Apalachicola District.Kt. May 40

noever, no other resistance and the people In short, the United State:" will be, in all respects Isaac Giddms. 1 JANUARY TERM, 1842. Joseph, July BIb 62_ Alligator. Uae. "
at all other articles usually kept in such ct tabli..h.lIIonl. -
Once broke open the doors. They then : equal, if not superior, to any of its class, V. [ Attachment fur $75.00. ttadsdcu County A new stage line baa keenestablished '
which they to soil low for CASH Court
ouk< the prisoaere I t propone while in price it shall bo far cheaper. Instead uftlrce John S. Martin. ) Damaged in Isumpsit.0.0.) Allen from MARIAN f
placed them iu
Wagon, Uieir irons! an open or on. .credit to punctual cutt irners. dollars a year which i in the price of tb two TBlllE dclendaul and l others interested arc M'Kenxi 1 NA.vim Mobile, Fla. .Ca '
them sold watrantrd fret.li I
All articles
on took the line by us are
01 march up zaewm.papcrsoC New Yoik, and JL hereby notified of the instiu.ion ofthe ahoy Jacob D. Jehu July Term, 1841.Jones .belnoal rilUaaa retry _
without and JOHN II- POPE LwI" Fisler"
to "the the least noise or confusion ncnuine. ., of Boston the subscription of the "United : & suit by atlarhinetit, and lequc.t d to appear late copartners under Attahm'l 'for$345: ,)0 Black water w d FloridSatoira PEN8ACOLA
spot of ground where the murder was J. S. ROU1NSON.Tal will bo only two dollars. per year !lI! The paper and plead io the doclarulion filed in the case, I the name and of![ Damages, thus making for TaUakaseee eoonectioo with
attempted, about four miles distant. Dy this: Uh ass.ee, Aug 13, 1 H g41. 3tfNotice. used in printing it will bo of the finest quality, and thu law requires. 1. FE'tGUSUNjr.' I'. Q. J. D. Fislcr &. Co.11.1. 99SU Pensacola on the West and with Macon -Ut. ':

litn the number assembled luC: typographical( execution iicat and workmanlke. Aug. 7.1841. 3m 3 defendant and others North tectarefnm iattrnatifm er trrnrvlari/y. A
Lave !been was believed to QTltAY D or Stolen from Clackwwood' Plantation i THE 1 interested an mail stags line between Mobile .wi" Peaueala, '
ilt NOTICE.DURING nOlified of the above suit
lea.it tWIJ th' ,uJarld. by I.
After near Tallahasboc on or about the 4th outer "form of the "United States' will bo I absence from Florida, Mathias and atteb.manto cor-.plel the Western connecuoa. Tb Uaepi

a arriving on the ground Mr. O'Hara is of Julylll.ltt. a Bay horse bearing the appearance,' devoted ne-arly exclusively to Literature, Tale my L. B. Harbour, aru my authorised declaration are filed required in Mid to case appear and plead lav.I.FERGUdON.Jr.P to. 1.'
member.of the Bar, addremed tho |cople of a horse turning grey with *ge; from 12 toll i SkctchtH liiogrsphy Nutural li8'ory, Portry, agents to settle account of Swaim a.d Madden according t Q. b) the Genera Government from Floridatown

.; 8 U P PETER 1!. SWAIM.
to take its course. lIe was hs. 'for his the Plantation the Ac John C. Jucobi, The runnii time from Marianne-
tcrjBfl return to or l<' subscriber The cr %villntairi tho latest and most 43 g to PeNUeJ.U .
bu to \i ul the utmost silence and respect at Moul culJo. THOS. JEFF. IIEI IL. I copious ill News pages, liotn both the Enttcrn and Western -_St.- Marks May 22,1841-3m Measurer and ,Inspector of LI for w 36 hours. Tb. .stages leave Maxiaaaaoo. Monday .

fl&Iloii YCrUlu'lllfout altering the detcrmi. Tallahassee Aug. 14, 1841. Hemisphere, together with original c says on I finance Carrisgbs NOTICE.cheap lor cash; Charioteea, COy of .Wednesdays and- iaturday,at 3 A.w.

lunim-! single person present. The pre. Just Received, aud political economy, and editorial articlesou LIGHT ,with harness complete, got up i io OFFERS his aicee to thoM who may plU For the A.-N1MS."
was then and Choice Spanish Cigars ofI Lie on every topic of iiili'resl and imporunco to tho upon him. Charge moderate. propriMonOne
adjusted the prwon-I. superior; stylo, and for ale by Tallabassee. Dee 1840.
era 30 000 : $0. J.-241 ,
laked if they bad to q following brands people of the United States. In discussing BOND TIlaha.ueeMarch. 14. 1840. 33_
thing qucs
Oul to thc any say Provi Ucl VaporV, Lions, political partanship will be avoided, June26,1841-tf I. 48 Wdta C.Campbell, / In Justice Court, Leo HaxMtred Oollan flaj
one of closing' of their earthly accounts. McFalla I'rincipe, truth Ihll.nevor be withheld nor remain unspokenlor .. Vc.nnty, Ciy of Ta Ilahas WILL a* given f.rlbe boy .LEWIS who

marks thm Maythc, addressed a few re. Napoleon, Trabuco's, fea offending any parly. For Sale. Benjamin Tennille. )see. t May Term 1841Assnmpsit Tmu the Subscii iher, .A.r.

of to the people admitted thcr eojmnjjgion RcgaJ.a'. 4-c. The low price of two dularlller yea will not f new dwelling houses,situated in the north by attachment for 1840. Heiisb.utl8ysuvoWslimnb.iltaadasupposed .
nvinJ ?* for which they were to 8uffcr deng P. A. IIAYWARD.An permit the publishers lo discount on u lb. IO of the city of Tallahassee, marked bund in $100.. f to be 1 la neighborhood of the Jtfkca-
Lowever -. 14. 5w3 current note ; it will therefore bo charged t tbo on the plat No. 174. ad all oth.r inlrtd. will sukie. The, abof reward ,will ha gives i fer his
mit actual that it was his wish to com. remitter, and iu proportion to the amount of the The liousos aro perfectly new with out liouscs., THE e noliu -of Lb. Sf tb ab vin P delivery to me, about three,miles. south weat of

then murder. Religious services was EX. 4. BEUNABD'H discount, bo many papers I less will b soot. Mail garden .pot, with an excellent woll of water.$ For I i j-1.1 m h. and appsar and & \Uaii TaIJah..., or to.A. E. ue.IIAMIL.TON. \

errormed by a clergyman present and\ Remedy for Dysentery, Diarrhaa Summer remittances to t* postpaid. further pat Uculaw enquire at this office. it/: L U w. 1IUOS05.
Mini a '
nod j Couch were hung in their ironsbeVth2 (Complaint, Colic, Cramps and Spasms r Poslmaslcrs, or others, rcrnilling to UI ten! Jane 8,1S4I.1m 48 <1 a. am SON juUc* u UM Pn.I Jeoe 19, 184L

standing over the IN all the above complaints, this Medicine has tars will receive six copies- Notice. BU 41 ,.. : ,... "Ted.
? *ame spot oyed a certain remedy, both tu children and no condition will a copy ever b sent uctilOpaymcul l'OOO._*iI et."r'; 1kcea.
com Cnme WM commiUod'. Rude adults. Numerous testimonials aro riven of j its 1 is rcccivcn.t IX MONTIJ3 after date. I shall apj-ljr t the JOHN P. DVV. eoopnajo* p.k'

twrVjd. Were wmicied aud there they were efficacy which may be scon where the Medicine U ewsmen and Boys supplied a the rate of$< Judge of Leon County Court, for a discharge: ATTORNEY Sboulden, and Jovka, j e. H neuvvU oo'eo

The cr"wd than dispersed in tho L sold. Prepared, by UoWt 5. &riitrd, Norfolk, Va.. Nundiod ; Sin Ie cpies six ccnlf Addressed from the t.l of Peter Peterson, deeu Office in Col. Wyatt's Brick Buildings, 'Main SiTAI1AHAS8EE L, meat, and for sale by. ". .

oepcrfo t order. or sale iu TalUbasM, Ly cr. I li., SWAIN, ADCLL &. SIMMONS A. GREE FLA. .
hOp 4 II. 11. AMES ornergf thud Iud CcluL St. PhiUd'a August 5th, I0 hI. Dec- 5., 1! JUDe 12. 1..1.r .

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11 oa.LttQ .. : -- -I iT--RECEiVED, fin HE Undesigned -;; ; ;
i; : .J_ Vegetable'Life Medicines. PROFESIONAtTOLnw'Fdotlce. Walkeri.etLool! D:( tton- JL & G
I |' publiihera of the Globe have recently I Olney'g Geography, ERAL'ASHORTMEl'fTOFOR
# Notice. fMlHESE medicines ire indebted for their THE a u4,WESTERN .fRODUCECootiatiOCEllEa
name STY
of the Atlas, .
.D :sIx: week i1ter. due I shall) ,apply to the Hon.df to tho country an oipositioa do do Corustock'a Phito.oph"Smith' 50 M ki Ham.. r
ofHbe rtn HE Law huretofore existing be motives which the attempt by the Federal Atalie Urn ltouJder.,.id. ].c -
to the Pattnersh/p/ prompted
*. County -Court,of,Leon County rn&nilestand sensible action of purifying do do Mrs. Lin olns Botany, 75.ebb'Me. Pork "
c for Utter of Administration.on. jLbeftktalc of Dent t springs- ind channels and enduing I tvtcen Wm. P. f( Thos. H. Duval, has this party to prostrate their establishment, by the ,' do do Elements of Mythology! _75 ebl!*:superior flour, .1
,1t .nil Sb.ei,Uta of said county, deceased. ire t.lft" day been dissolved by mutual r.unsent.1| l law'eu abrogation of their c nUacL -Prinlers.to. Mitchcl's Colburn 200 lack jail ird.t .-t
them do
', *' jOsEFH.DJVL1NG. wit) renewed ton and many hundred 'rho H. Duval and Benjamin F. Allen, will the Senate. They showed thai there were alreadysix WilleL" do Algebra corn

July 18. 1S41. certified casoi! which have been tnado public hereafter practice law in partnership, under the Federal newapapars-to which a 'seventh' is oodbridge & Willard'sGeography Gummerie Latin Reader Surveying BACON LARD ,-if

and in almost evry species .of di.cas to which film of Duval' & Allen. They will attend the Su- about to'be added-published al Washington-all & Atlas, FLOUR .

.Q 1 1 A j.weeks. after dive Notice.we shall apply to the Judge the human frame is liable, the happy! effect ofMOFPAT'S porior Court of Middle and Apalachicola Districts devoted to the disseminalion of Federal principles Adams' Geography and Marsh's Latin Tutor' Book, keeping, WHISKEY t. w
Florida, and also the Court cf Appeals, at Tallahassee. and tho defence of Federal measure And to Alias, "
: f of ibe County Courl'.forLe'cjft: County, for lei- LIFE PILLS and PHOENIX BiTh f h make this Federal Pikes Arithmetic, Bennett do TOBACCO .
overwhelming battery presses .
to Dean,.administration on the esta-lo of.IIJlmlD C T ERS have been gratefully aud publicly acknowl. The office of the former i is nt St. Joseph, ihit of ahA t the scat of Government, lell wilh the more effect Dabo l1's do [Expeditious Measurer SUGAR tf
'late of said ; of COfFEE&c.&c.
Couuly Scienco
edged by the persons benefillecJ, and who were t latter at Tallahassee, on the west sido of ihn throughout the Union, the character of the Smilcy's dw {Wedgwoods

.Jtily.10. ;SULfVliC.BLETON.JAMES W. FISHER.. Ire\-ioully unacquainted wi h the beutifully phi Capitol Square, in the office occupied by Judge Globe was t'> bet tarnlnhad,its means impoverished, Smiths doMurray's 'nmber*, Which they offer on reasonable term. ;;
-. -- l Allen. and its political influence dt stroyed, by a sweeping Grammer. Pocket I. A.'rOUNCEYtea.
NoTiiE. lophica principles upon which they conFeCuent. References. denunciation of infamy on the p.ul of the Federal Kirkhams do Jora') Interpreter, '2 doors west of ihe Post Office; Tah!
WELKS alter date I shall to the I ly 'ct. IMcCombes Tactics, April 17 38
apply Greenleafs do
LEo deadweight "
in the Senate
SIX Tallalianee.. K Call Tho Brown, Win. P. l leaden -by throwing .Ijl
: Hiram Manly! Judge 4)fthe County Ths LIFE MEDICINES recommend tbem.h'cI in New York Readers 1,2,3 Mason's Terrier, :
Duvall, R. C. Allen, James E. Broome & Co. Kerr of an expenditure of $ 2OOOO preparation CAUTION
.: f. .Court of and for tu|; Cuui.ty of Franklin, I the i in diseases of every form and description. Their und Kirksey, James B. Gamb'o.! to do the Congressional, on the bands of Emerfons Little Reader. Hoylt:1I Game 'I HEREBY fsr'uarn any p<

Territory of J'lnricl.,fur Letters of Administration frFL i operation is to loocen from the cotta of the i1palacwo1u.Wiii.] 11. Brockcnbrough, G. I. i iU t publishers, (tile \printers whose contract was Porcelain Slate, Paper Slates, Large Banking f for the tww notes set forth UOa.frorn'tllllli in to.. tI

on the Liilate deceased. j Alexander Crook, of said blomach and bowels, the various andnudities Floyd. I violated.) and by untying ibis whole work of defamation Cases with lock and key port Folios with lock ami'I I receipt, as I am determined nol to paIntheD'' 1o

d.t tjf County; : impurities HI. Joseph.-Win. R. D.sffin, Peter W. Gsutier, and r.in accomplished by the judgment of key; Pink Tape, Sealing Wax, Black and Rid; 'am also determined protect the
e around them and to endr
SAMUEL II. I1A11TSIIORNE.Apalathicjla constantly oeUling ; Junior Iho Senate of the Union logive it the sanction of Transparent Wafer; Fancy Wafer, Visiting I| Ifss compelled bylaw. .

4 July Cti! )U. 51 Cw* remove the hardened feces which colcct! in the June! 1. 1M I. 45 the highest tribunal known lo our counlrry. Tho Cards, Nole Paper, Bristol Board Paint Boxes. > 11

: No'i' cE. -- convolutions, of the smallest intestines. the work was done by a c.iucut packed majority of Slide Wire Files, Tin Folders Ivory Folders Cut March SO, 1841. A--DU7AL. ,

1 WEEJCS idler date the undersigned will medicines only partially cleanse these, and lca>c LAW NOTICE. Federalists and tho, Editors of the Globe ore left Glass Inkstands Letter Stamps, Pen Knifo Hones, -

I SIX to the Jucge of the County Court for such collected masses behind as to produce habitual TilE Union, Bank of Florida, having trantfcr to sustain: their establishment by the patronage Pen Holders, Wafer Cup: -c. we., for salc by Copy of receipt from J. D. Dittov :
the its business to other gentlemen of the from friends, for the P.n.. II AY WARD. < jbrothers.
of Administration receive
eon Court, /r Letters on t costivciicss, with! all its Iriiu, of evils, or sudden llu-y may political pa- .9Received ,,'JI
.Efctalo of Leigh Head, -.Icccascd, late of Bald Coun bar we can now be employed to defer.d those who J-CIP they publish. Wo will not ask or receive the May 2'2, 1811-15 43 '
diarrhea, with its imminent dangers. This fad is have been or be sued tho bank in all banks of A. F. Duval P.ymeul
ty. RICHARD(; II. BRADFORD. may by cases sort of lumping contributions by 'vhich the n..n fort,,
July 10th, 1841. 51 l well known to all regular anatomists who examine where the criminal summons or wril if malo re- ] and Federal politicians sustain their pres"clI.Vc NOTICE. I endorsed promissory notes we hold against him, dated a.

--- the huniin bowels after death ; and hence the prejudice turnable 10 the April or May terms of the approach will abandon (lie publication; of tile Globe if it LL persons having any demands against John ,p as follows lo wit; dated lilt
NOTICE.SIX ing i courU in Florida. I .SL Womble, late of Jcllerson county, deceased, j' 1st of Nov. 1838.for f 668 69. Sri
.date will j of those well-informed, men against quack cannot: bo supported by the regular ubcriplioi; iri ntha
months aficr the date
$uudeisigned ap WM.P. TIIOS. II. DUVAL .. then attested within mo payable lo und endOf'Jed ] .
cratic render properly
4- I price of the If such uf our Dcm will! please }
medicines medicines pupcr. &
arid herahhd
lo the. !Hon. Judge of Leon County Court, or prepared to Wc t, and one note dated
who fat of
Attorneys at Luv friends wh'-se circumstances: do not justify a subscription the time prescribed by law, and those are any lio"mber.'lti8
.for tellers of DiMnWion; Adininilralor of the iho woild Tho second effect fur $668 70 ,
a person" April 3; 1341._ to the daily or nemi-weckly i r, will indebted to the said deceased, will mako payoble eight DIOIL.h. frol114. .
.estate of Robert! in right& ot I pap- ways able lo and ,p.
dcceafed I
Copeland oflho Life Medicines islo cleanse the and Monticello by J. B.
William Esquire Butoth\
Budd ;
this wifeEizabeth:: G Ponder. j. & L. o B. nUA CUHI. patronize the cheaper! publrcati >nUnuc.d by us- payment JoIet
W.G. PO.VDER, Adm'r. bladder, and, by this means, the liver and lungs, .V E associated ihcnifelvcs in the practice i the Extra: Globe-the Congressional I Globe, and Viho is my authorised agent to settle said Estate signed to transmit by Alex.to him Formy said! Duva!. we ,.,.relly P-\e4

Iho healthful action of which 'Ihe ppcndix-wo shall bo enabled, It maintain, IIENRY WOMBLE, Adm'r.NOTICE. two notes u
March ZO, 181 3 eulircly depends upon of the Law. Ono of them will always bo ble. 1O8.1GIIi-
the rcgu'arily of the urinary organs. The found al their office. I us heretofore, our corpa of Congressional Repo tens J. I-

1.' (thdCIICOUII1yCOUIt. blood, which takes red color from the of Joseph' llranrh.IjiMreiicc !I al the cost of $ ;,UCO per annum and to draw Lo who have served as Jurors since the I TaIahiasse.'eb.! D..DISSOWAY ii..DROiRiu.}
ih agency
n.llnit 12.1810
I U H. llranchFeb. our aid fomc of the ablest pens in our country 'I'IJOS7. of Gen. Leigh Kcid Marshal of I marda2l.1341
vs 1S the liver and tho lungs befoo il into the
j I passes 13, I KM. I j \\0 lrlllll, under these circuiiiKtanceM and at a. time the Mid-lie District of Florida will reecivII whdl i i NOTICE.--
1841. ___
Jacob D. F.slcr & Jehu I July
"ern. heart, being thus urified by hem, and nourished --- n -- I'' when the grcalu interests of the country and its al the Marshal office. Subscribers offer IWsale!
Clones, using the Allach't fo$87 ] ::,\iVotii'c.; i is due them by calling I THE tIle Poflowhu
.name, copartners firm and tyle of J. J I I Damages 'AR). 3 by food coming from a clean stomach! courses lI) l\lIr: R. GIIAITAN :.id F.:. C. CA- future destiny, are pul al stake upon the events GEORGE E. DENNIS, 1). M. '", low for CASH- / w

D. Fuler J j jFQ freely through the veins, renews every part of the JL BELL, having formed an as:. iciution' to j.rac- ;!< with which, the lirsl year of tin present Adminisi Fob. 27, 1841. JJl Cognac Brandy,In half pipes and 'r.u.1.

&C .yt>lcm, and Irinmphanlly mounts the banner of I ice law, under t the firm of Cu ATT.t &. CABKI.I: i j traliot i U pregnant, tint no u.dividual who has tin --- Notice.rgll IlullaridGin in' bbls.

P IIIE defcudaul notified nut the all other commencinent intercttcd of arc the health in the blooming check.Motfiil's will attend ihe, Conrls, of the Middle am! .\ palachiiola i cjii.-e of Democracy al heart, will 'hesitate to fleet 1i IE 1: subscriber would inform all those indul ted Whiskey du '
hereby tiiin! wIn the lime he will fei-l assured Lardin
District of appeal ii sauuuc kegs
Florida.} JH. to him, either by notes, account. or assump-
abovesuil by ulUcbnicnt, and aro requeued to ap- Vegetable Life Medicines have bceir
Olllco under tl.e Union Bank. thai this Infling' tax Uir bin own advantage, Flour, Molasses
will receive for Ihu if
I sit that he payment same,
pcar and plead to declaration filed in uaid cause thoroughly letted, and d sustain Wa Iho long- Corn
: pronounci a sovereign Feh-29'-31 I mil ttiumph al "hingloii allow Hay
1 ..according to law. I. FERGUSON, Jr. I'. -------- -- --- tried and faithful I of made fuilhwilhand live per cenl premium
12,1841. 3.n4G Q..QuintJune remedy for Dyvpcpma, Flatulency, Palpilalion of 1----------- S. IRJE1T. press hispnity.THE on bills of the Unijti, Bank of Florida or SouthernLifo Manhuden and Cod Fish in bbf T

"- the Heart, Loss of Appetite, ludtlJII,, and I Head. ATTORNEY: LAW I-'XTKA (.JLOCr: will too l published weekly, Insurance snid Trusl Company. After the Boxes Pickles! in quart jars .
} Gadsdcn County Court COUNSELLOR AT for bix montli.s, commencing) mi Wednesday I 300 bbU. Lime. .
aelio neil all his will oc
Ill. claims I
lOll of placed
Anxiety Languor April ,
Re"tlejlleHs. temper, ,
I Gcorgo W. Bruion, 1 hia, rrofcsMonal: htrviccp in the co c 1 lythof May, and ending on the 19th .November McNALTGHT

vs '!t July! Term, 1311. j < l 1 ;i.choly, ostivcnej i Diarrhea, Cholera, OFfER of debts, He., in Middle 1 Florida. He I next, making Iwin'y-Mx number;;the Ins-lnf which for collection bo in the receive hands said( f an bills attorney at Iho, who Port Leon. March! 20th. 1840.& OIl'10- '*_D.

Jacob D. Fisler, and f Auuchm.. for J>Jl2oOJehu 1e\'er.of all kind*, Rheumatism, Gout, Dropsies will ullI'l..1 all the Court in the Middle! lii'Inch. will contain an index. Each nnr.ibcr, will contain will anlhoiised to same -.

Jones. J Dumjj-c go'O' (UJ of all kinds, Gravel, '\'orls81hra and Consumption jLj-Oifice in the A'e\v Court House i iJl'alahasxo. || Hixteen myal quurto pagi-f. I It I \viil contain principally rates, until the return ALEX.day. FOKMY DUVAL. r.wt.1.T"oTrnETpuSEicr subscriber -

.fb HE dcfedant dl others uncreated urn hereby' ) Scurvc Ulcers. Invcteralc Sores, Scorbutic J Feb. I 13, KMK I I' : political matiir. The political fl"pcct and March 2C, i8ll if 3-5 'I-I of TalUhaHsee respectfuliy and ii,1ornsth eiloni
JL notified of the commencement of the above ) I--I : ; I bfiirin'4 ff the moa<.urej bci'jrs: Congros during lilts more generally tWtjti-
I I4.T. IQV4 --------
I .suit by attachment) and uru requffh-t lo uppcar Eruptions : Bad Comr.lexiol,, Eruptive CARIt1GTONhCARULL. i specml ses.ionill be ifnily dcvcl"[,fid, ari'l, when NE %' ROOK .\\!> STATIOXAKYKSTAI3LISI1MENT. ZeuS of the surroundug. counties of th.,T.ra'a r
Complaints, sallow and other : .J.4W gJ I of Florida. ul.o of the DdJaC lIt
Cloudy leComplexion. eounries
and plead' to tIle declaration! jti case fed: a.c.cording j Ihe proceedings am considered of much interest tu pi Ceat.

to.law. .", Salt I Ithcum: Eryt"ipias! Common Tallahassee, Florida. ,: the public, they will be given al length. ri lIE subscriber IIIM just received a FULL AS- DRUG ji.i that !lie has rstablised l.ilUIit-Wn! the _

I. FERGUSON .rI).( ColJs and Inihi :izj, and tIm various other, -'W7lLL practice in 1110 ( o.irtx.. of the Middle The 'ot.re6fional{; Globe: and Appendix will begin JL noRT.ME.NTof Books?, Statl outcry, &c., AND CHEMICAL BUSINESS,

i _Quincy_ .June Il 1P4L :3n4_ _;__ plaints which afiiicl. the human Irai.'ic. In c'un.-// Y UiMnrlof Fioiida. Uflitc in the room under I with the, ; xlra version of C'ongiej's, to commence lOllMisting of- .n Ihe city of Tallahassee, at No.3 Berrt'i It l''

Glicisrteti Cotuiy Court. &Ague particularly, the Life JleJicinis huvchc.cnm I I the Union Bank. on Monday, thin 3hL of May next?; and) will BLANK BOOKS : (one door from the Post Office.) '

William 1l.\ldJlol, >-l nninrnty! tl'u-ljful-sl, so that, in J _-Jan.--311'1.(-)--! "- C7tfV. I be continued during ll.e seM-ion. Tile !J'onxres- Medium, Demi ai.d Cap,-Ledgers, Journal, Day I can The quality of hill stock vf Medicines, e. "
July Term, 1811.Jacob mie '1'141 n----- Mional Globe! will give an impartial I I lory..r tIe I Book, 'Invoice Books, Ri-ords, Keceipt: Books, safely and confidently recommend to the 110
I n. Fisler & Jehu \} Attachment for the Fever! t .\gue districts: ph! ) ici 11 alnit-fti uni- / A'lTORNEY: A.\D ':Oi.N; KLI.Ol! AT ./ iVPensacola proceedings of both Houses of Congress; and the Bank B >',ks, Note Books, Bill B.>oks-(tayable and ;of the Public ; from his knowledge and ,foof experience .,

Jones, bv the mine: firm f 135 *. 3. I vei.-u'iy prescribe them., Ycsl Florida Appiiidix wil contain all the speeches On both I receivable. .Memorandum Book. &.C., &c. i in the bufuicM", with big extets ,a,.

:.and style of J. D. Fisler {I Damaged $ OO. Ail that Mr. Mi>tlal requires of his patent, i islo I 1S"'' T1LL J pratliro ill ihe Superior und, County -idcs of important subjpctx, at full length, as written SCHOOL BOOKS : 1 I I'uajlancb wilh the !mcsl revpeclablo NorthtrjimJ

,& Co. j I III be particular: in Liking the Life Mediiine* btrictly I V. (Oontls, of l"lalllill: i a iii \altun! ("t untie out or revised, by I tho members themselves Angell's School Cl.i aic seri< s Xu:. 1 t06, 8Il'1iIJ"t I I European HOUJCS, his Genuine selections can be/tlied/w.

.r. E defendant and all others interested :are ;ac('rding to the dirccaoi: I 11 is uot by a newspaper al';o in the Court of .\pji-als at Tallahasi-ee.! I They v. ill be printed as fast as the, business of the _Vrilhmclic and Grammar, Woodbridge' Geography Drugs. Chemical:? Patent MtJieina
herein-, notified of the institution of the above H..I' ;j, 1 140 f I I-AO Houses fiirni.shfH rnatlrr( for a number. It is :and Atlas, ilbrd'a Geography and Al'an, SwgicafLi.Irr.ieul .
notice, :, that I he
nor by tiling .
to any : hiul'll muysay I -- I I. certain that will numbers of Walker's PaintStOiU, Glutt,
elated case by aUachmenl and aenqueittJ appear --f If ; "- -- we publish more each Olnev's" Gecgrap hy and At.'as Dictionary
in their A \ I.P'I H J' and extensive
and plead lo the in said: cue fatr.rhatlw liopcj lo.'gnin credit. I A thai tu ro will heHe!! ill the ncsnion. They will! Play fair* E: iclid, U.iyV Algebra, Valpy' Greek/ an assorlment of Fmd,1r LcA4
T TOil N K: Y AN> ( I
.according to law. cecuaLion.ied Jr. P. Q. \\a alone by the ro-ults of a fair trial.RZoHat'sIvrefllcal I Mouticcllo oUN5CLJ.4)K Florida. AT LAW be issued in the same f.rm ns tie Extra Globe! I (iramniar, Jacob's Gieek Grammar Jacob's Gi iek PERFUMERY,

Qabc: ,Ju! 12, 18.1, 3m4G ? IVIamiaI I--dcbilIed! as i iJ acd a copiom index! to each I Nothing but the Reader Adam's Latin Gralllrnar, aliofJal Spelling II''I kcwise numerous FANCY ARTICLES ; sotwiichi
';p."C J a domestic gmdu to health. This little pamphlet' I "7ILL practi.- 'u la-.v in tile several Court of proiendings and speeches of Congress will be ad. I Book, Ulemcitt.iry Spelling! Bo.'k. Copy: Books, I I be will dispose (.r to own a ft a" cooutrj
rti'l' !'otlCOUI y. I Ihe ':uudle District, and in the Court of mitii-d,, into i'ie CongrSrional Globe or Appendix' j Slater I'enciU Books Sfc friends and dealers
John Bellamy!: ) j edited by W. B. MofTdl, :375 Broadway, N. York A pi'ra. I : Cypheriiiif fc. on tile nol liberal.lermn, u
4 'J'1el'c"rk being printed in a s-nStable: form for S1ATIONARY : Wholesale and relait !ti _
u. >Petition foreclosure of morlI h i been puLli"llcd fur the .of .I n II. !: 1.11. I
I I purl'e l'Xllllil'g bind;d with Crpioll".indexufI form u va'uable.indeed Hudson's, Culler's, AmtV and Hubbard's best lie has also endeavored In meet the public taste

.Joll S. Taj defendant lor. ) and gage.THE nil. others concerned, arc ,I more fully \Ir. '. ofc.Iea"I. willie I --O C-JOi1i1'oj ---.-- I ,, !, a neccs-ary apprndsge 'to the library ol ,) Wriiinw and Letter Papr ; Envelope: Drawing by establishing a

n tific-l that I have filed in tic clerki j t found highly inlfi'stiny, to persons sce'dug' I O Fl'KUS IIIM h,, proc| M> nal I .crVIC( II to (the people: the stitecinan and politician! giving, as they do, ul and Wrapping Paper ; Folio: Post, Commercial Soda Water Fountain!

tOlDce of the cour a petition lo foirelo\ I h health. I treats upon prevalent dis>caK-s, and the of J( llerson County. Ohice;; i il MonticelJo! j jnver an 1111,1II'ly in.d.-rate ('n' e, a complete: epitome Pot and t'uct"t I'o..t Paper, and every oIlier de3cri.tion on a new cal highly improved pnucipl?, wkkh

a mortgujro givrn af'rftaic by : John S. Ttyor! to Cue ilKTeof. Price 2.) cenls-for sale by Mr.MolfatV I .the store William Dunham Jf\ Co. I oh'tie lcJI.II.II1It Ifiri"Utuo history of the prnod. i iIJD..crillioI ,. of Blank Paper; Mayn.ird ic Noyes', makes and renders the Medical quality of the water -
sid _:M._nticc-llo.Msv_ : :O. I r-i.IO.) I : '; for the Extra ( iobt! should! be' more efficacious and agreeable.PHESCRIPTIOXS .
Kcnl's Black Inks
Reeves Steven'slbuo
Walk-It-n'u &
.George Graves and 'lii a'figns, tract of land : --- ;
011 ajtlt1elcralj.i jr.H'CAVI'SV": ; --- --- I hi ro by the jth, )I JY. and lor the ConcroMonalGlobe : i -"Family Mccieines, and Phirta-
and Waikden's
lyi-tgin Jelltn'H county, containing nine hundred i l'::J' arc fur pale by Ink, in pints quarts; and '
; I
end, Attorney and Counsellor Laic and Appci.dit by the 6lh June text 1,10 in-! Red : Lion suppliei, eart'fully put ; Ilnd the muftitrict
four at In'.c
nicely 1 acrc, 4S-100, and known ::a the j Kent's ; German! Copying Ink ; Sand up
North D. II. AMES.Dor. "LL rncticii I MIIIc all llat iuzsIti. i __ I..'. ._...L 1".0' u_ n __ __ I _,_ attention will Ho bellowed to this accuracy aaiifiecution -
\Vcbl quarlcr of pefion: thirlv.fotu, town-, j : 19HEADACHE \' : inith"C'urz.of, : IlelidJ'c1J ..I.f:. In.r' i I uo.\c", I'lnoiuuur, ivuicr upt, I-Junce 0:114 | olnce
,IJ1ill] thift- ; th.! we-t I half, of the North !:act quarterof !i YI m* nn.i III OIC: ourl fir .-1 )ptaI. Of:.. I I "010.. b .xe.s, File Presses, Black; Sand, \\ alers of all co- of all order
SICK OJ- .Ef.VOUS.'Iho lice al Talla: For I ropy of the! Extra Globe, Thu subicriber hopes through as.iJoity! tr.if at
section : Fla. tf Wax PrillceIbcrl
lurtJ.four. township :three ; the whl j .r.ssie, april 10', Iri-JO j lor. and siztsSealing: ; Victoria -
I half of : South Wed of section extraordinary: r'jltali"1 thai: Dr. SpohnVrenifdy 1. G copies. d'J.- and Common steel Pens Letter tenlionto business, to engag and merit a shan oi
t lf quarter thirty- fur lln dl -lc is Car JlIC1Ih: .:I" .\. Loijr; 12 do doX'3 : : ; Stamp ,
Tour, lownt-hin three ; ll.e we' t half of the North i iW : "I every day I ATrORN'KYS AT LAW Penknives, Desk knives, India Rubber &.c., &c. public patronage.
gaining, is certainly m.ilter of much j do tl., L. BAKER
of section u"tluibh'l
.cbuthoasl quarlcr, fceclioii 3-1.lownshifi lowr.'hip 3 ; th I Il I I. That KO cuili) buffering .IJllc have c'xi"l.| T.\LL.\IIASSKE: }'L.\. And so on in proportion for a greator. nUIJI cr. Blank Bill P.'pcr. Bills lading, Notes of hand. Exciian I),,. 26. t 2tf oN 0.3. Rerrv' Ray
half! oulhwe cd fur egi-s w.thoiit} any i'c.n'r} or any Inl Jjci.: HTnTTlLL: :: practice in partnership in the For 1 copy of the Congressional: Globe;! or AI IclI. -
weft t> !!l quarter, section 34, lownship SupcriV ,;e DrtLftlui ; Paper, Blotting i'o per. Playin. INotice. -
nal previ-nlivo or cure, i i4 of Courts I dix .
truly muc'n; of tile Middle 50
subject T
::3; tho ouillwc quarter of fcouthwct-t quarter andsoulhcasl i and Apal.icl.ici.la ; Card, I Uitchiu's patent Copying Press with A LL Persons having claims or demands ,jj instCm.
relict ; but Dr. t K. now the Districts and, in I of either
azures public that the Court of Ccopiea -$250 t
of Appeals. Their
: southwct-l of ncclion lbs
: .
quarter quarter I apparatus complete. Charles B.'aik.deccas-td! or ihe.e uteID
.. '.'7, Io\ui--hip3 tliu cact half of thelorlhel"tqulr. auch a remedy I baa beel, invented us \\ill cum IICt olhcc i i-1, for tho prcbeu.t, in Ihe new court !house ." I 14 do do 5 00) -- subscribers "-esaion. will them vilbout
the most credulous. The : Dec do do pos pierenl
which it 21 21)NOi'icT 2.1 in) jo
ler, section 4, township 2; the northeast of prilcilel upon The Book Bindery delay to ROBERT RAYMOMD REJIX
quarter acts are hitnplc and admitted fact ,'i.Il in for
proportion a number.
norl'vesi'! quarter of section 3; the northeast pl.iin. : TO CLAIMANTS. so on greater I I. also' continued, where all kinds of work can bj Gnardianof Rebecca A.Rack.
Ihat this c<)niilaiilvh lLcr called Sick Hcidzchc bo traiibmiiteil
< mail
| : by
.quarter of the s.iutheastquarler of kcclion 4, lown- \ Board: of Army Oificcm Payments muy postage done as expeditiously as burutofori Blank \'ork.or April 10 If 3?
or Headache, arie primarily tie having establish J paid, at) our risk. By the regulations of the 1.u.,1I
cn'oll f.I A
ail! |) 2; the .half and carl !':tif of I ho n irthen t.quarter cd in this rity.for the all description, made lo order,and ruled to any
tu'nachi-tliose who think have the Nervous purpo-c of invcfiigatin Office Dep.iitme'it, authorised to NOTiCE.t .
postmasters arc
of neclion. :3 j, 'J all five : they I I suitable fur Hanks', Public Offices. Mer-
| ; in range / al! itaims,, Jir.iinM either Iho IJniu-d pattern
tl\\'nphil Huudachc may ft ammvl that this, organ, the : HIttrlllJr frank letters tontainmg nionuy "lor subscriptions to LL persons are; hereby cautioned from'tlllm(
.north and east, ca.d others. Record
dci-cribed i lo I cliarits and Deed and DotketIJook.
.ich., i the fir thai the hiss Territory of Florida. fir Mipplic: for services I. for
slum >l ca t-e, xy lem bo- or newcpaprrs.The any note or notes given by Daniel Baku
the deed of found in and all other Blank Book be obtained
the County Court of ->, can ]
connected with .
mortgage cOle ,'ilial.d or debilit.iteJ ihrougb, the stomach, hit) militia '\'e b.Tcby offer our notes (.j any bank, current in the tffi-ticn ol Joel S. Grave, as a note of the above Jeeris4)an
Jefferson county.haid and t thai only I through the same lh. IUd must they services to all thotic !having ant h cUinii; in aid of f country where a subscriber ru"idcs. will be received al hotl! notice, ruled and bound in any style' requited 18 lust or has been prolonged. from alett ibeam.un
iuortggo ha;iiig aligned to me at tile their ; and warranted equal, Norllurn or ?
and any
( I diljuiliratinn collection.
'I expect i t tturolwl of the, natural and healthy by us alpur.iLjNo : and date nol known lo the wriler.
nut term of the Suponor Court liolden other manufiiciure. Particular attention
be at laW to
to fun'.lio.ts of 111 ftytlcm. This Ur.Sj.hon'.s ; Any paper ddi\ercd lo tin personally! or Ira: usnuitc1 attention will be paid to any order un. .f'cb.20.
Moulicellp& on the .rt Monday in 'ovctuber lest, JH by mail ( >iot will, be rebindinir old I'ookf. New"pal'prll.\1agaz'ncIC,1 am.. -
remedy oininently calcuUlcd lo allain. The ; ; paid) promptly laid ICIiIi the it. Dissolution
jl hal apply for a loric.noiirc ilicrcof. according tot truth of this position cannot bu roulrovcrUd, and I: I't'foro I the Hoard.Vlcnever money accompanies BLAIR & RIVES.Washinfiton phlctlu.f'c Books, 4c., in plain or ornamentalnding I of Copartnership.Hj .
Copartnership uwftr
io made .i-atch nisliag
such to
in pro'.il--
cake \ or
the hooner .uil!<:itTs with the headache become I : the case requires il, in&lructiins will I !I City. April 20, I8ll. :' pattern- JL the
name and lyle of BKUWH & GALOUITI,
thankful for
JOHN BELLAMY, The subscriber, Ihe he
be _
of j given an to additional patronage
convinei-d it the : their any proof, which beIaCeu.sary
: may
JJy THOMAS DAL'I'ZELJ.Hil.1tory. JC"Ileri !, to the of the II ron S.iL1.t his: heretofore received hopes, by it lri-l attention in Tanning and Cnrrjin .Bu iuo-sis limdals
in r> >storalion of Icaill., tiplion piedge.t; 'his tnppurl claim or as to the dissolved
: professional on this( f fuel. The i I .form in which, il m-iM., be in.tdc.In small tortinent of Lrugi, Medicines &c.. lo his business, lo meet a continuance of the came.P. by mutual coa-tnt.
repulation remedy The Lusiness will be can"11 :- ihinamo
June 26, le41 S may br; had ul the apt.lle( aric I ail cases, a Power of Attorney to us, acknowledged suitable for a counliy' store. Apply at thin A. 11.\ YWRD.. hereafter "<** *Vtiioritrd

J4COI ii;"" 'ior Court.'The In all!' acidity or i-uurnt t-tomach.. this rcined I before the clerk of thin county, in wnich the Ollicc- Tallahassee, ,Oct 3. IclO _10_ of JOHN D. GALBKAITH [ -
-- ---- t<> oellle the aflair. of the lattrc'fsfta,
of "lal.Jj.6tCe. ) ) is sovereign and invaluable an a general !'ami- parly icnides, and recorded in his office/ mu.il accompany ----- -- Lauds for Sale.UUSUANT THOMAS

vs. \ In Chancery.David |Iy i.icdicine, it in now adopted by: of the paper Lost or JJi..laid, ; u> previua noticp, the \pala- BROWN,
many llt NOTE of hand for dollars P Pec 19,1840 21 J. D. GALB MimW.
B. Butler it another ) most respectable f. ,iliep. Il never Mckcu.111 W. P. k .11. DUVAL.TallahafFce A Iwcniy-iwo given chicola Land Company now offer I for ale and

IT appearing the' Court that tie defendant, btomach or pioduccu any of the uiij/lcabant rifcctiiof May 6. 1841.ID"AII by George Young lo the buhscribcr, datcu entry the follow inij Pine Lands in Leon County. C- M.LLIEB aS

David B. lluller, is nol en inhnbitant. of this pb y"ie. person* who may have, Clllfl."l'cJ Of with, Ki.nif lime in January last. All persons' arc cat In Town -' South-Ran e 1 East, sections 7, 16. Care of

( .. lor .buL Fides in GeorgiaU is therefore.oydored Directions for u.!c aecomnany r.trh, bottle.! claims of the above dckcription, till plce c exeruto lioucd iigaiiikl trading .for the su.d; note. A liber: I 18, ly), 'J-J, 2'. V6, 34. 35, 36-and fr-ictions unsoldin WILSON, WRIGHT, & CO.

that unless I.e appear here on or I.ef re tin E.yl'lJON, :M. D., i I'OWCM of Attmney as above diircted. and g'nv or reward will be given lo the fnder: on returning it t I sections 5. 6, 3,9,10, 14, 15, 17 and 24. 43 Street

Jl.Monday (ItS August next, and answer lie complainants Proprietor und Inventor. I send them tit us. W. I I'. & 1'. II. D July, mi1)) .4'J JAM ESC._WELLS.. In Town 3 South, range I E2sl-"rcliunlll, 2,4. Foydrays ,
bill ---- ---- --- -- --
,the ----
the HBinr will be taken iJiW I *onf.sged.againblhim.and For pale in Tallahatsc, dy MISS SMITH ------ Till Ware .llauiifartor} 5, 8, 1 II, 12.1,14,15, 22, 23, 24, and fractions of 3

but iu further mater. t"crror decreed accurdingly cb 2 47 I). 11. M ES.; \"T ILL open a SCHOOL in Tallahassee on ihe fB' IIESubncnbir continues tocuiry on llicabovd.H. and 10.In P Sale at H. L. BAKKRTS Drug and Med
a copy Of -- -- -- Firl of T,i.vn 2 South, range2 East-scelionsSO and Store, neil done lo the Putt O.ics
this order be d in u1.t Copurtuersliip.UK TV Monday Jamtbry next, fur Girl-, business in all its br.in'-heK.: and kt.cl'[ constantly
fu"JiI. some for tho ncwjapers > 1'' BuL5cril.rb have tins ;lted into and Boy under luclve years of age. Her school| on ha nd a gtlIer.aluo"crlllll.ht, which he offers 31, nnd fractions of 1 19!), 2'J ami 32. Also, Choice and latest prize Dahlia Root?.

tlil Territory, fur monihsSuccessively. : partnership, nt.gcnuial commiysioi toY and for room will bo in the )lower story of Mr. CCTTEK'S al wholesale! or retail to suit lufc'hI"tr.. In T wn 3 South, range 2 East: -sections 6, 7, R. L. BAKER

ALFRED B1t1.SI1 fcs. v.'ardm-j nierclunts. under tile fctylo of l\1cNuuJt new IWIlI-o,, Monroe btrcct.Mii W.M. !l. FKANC1S, and fraction of 5, !U, 18 and 29. Tallaha. en Feb. 20 30 ____
April, C4I-IIB U6 &.Uriuoiid., WM. MeXAUGHTl JJMITH, cngcgia to teach all the brain.c!; Hop'26 9 ___. Muiiroeglntt.STAUK I In Town I South,, range 1 Wesl-- ections 25,30 EDWARD R. G1BSO ,
JAMES ORMONI' usually required ; and hopes? by her exertions in --- --- 31, 3.2;3J, 34 and fractious of I ID, 20, 27, 28, 35 and ACTITIOfER OK MEDICI5

UVIHL.KEH. P..rlL_ :on, Jan 20,1 1 C40) 20 the promotion, of I cr pupilf, lo render general alUfuClion. LINE 36.; nest door to R. J. Hackley aDd E.

ATTOJlXJ: Y A T LA ir, 4-O. I CioiTeiiliofir-& -flatIcs1COMM1SSION.MERCIIA; -'- 1 From Columbus, (;a., lo Apalachicola, Fla. The whole: flfTown 2 South!,, range I West except OFFICE. ys* Auction Rooms.

'WILL practice tho Courtnot'lhe Middle DiHtrict ; T>:IM8( I'Ert QUARTKROitho"ryphy Tour Horse il'osl Coaches. sections 2j.26,3: and 3G.Al Tallahassee, Feb. 13. 1841.

.of Florida his office i i the first room lo the righl NEW OHI..I -lXH. I and, Uuadmg, $:.IJO( ) $1.25 to SI.50 per acre III current bills of the

rover J B. ulluLoru,1 ['&llahassecwlicrolie REFERENCES.-H.: : Bond, EM: ,, Thu above, with. Writing and Arilhmclic, If.OU( Territory. IVANTS.Lt
air'ays be : may JiIissrs. Ik-lion & Fisher, The above, with Enghbh Grammar,, (;itography These Lands: offer advantages for pasture range small amount in Union' or in Life and Tn >t

HI' A. J I. 1C.V.M/OM. l\crr&Kirkl'cy. ai.d 1I1 lor/, IO.UO cultivation and superior Timber. Co notes, for sundry small accounts lbat

loca'ed 'turnscll- in Tallahassee I1 of. Tall.i1la'lIce., -Tallahassee.-, -(I... 20, I IfllO 2lr'O'j'ICE. J Via Florence, Forttiaines, Hlalely Porter's Cash payments will bo required for half sections I due, enquire of WARD 4 MAY.
--- -
Wv1p professicnnlserviccs to ihn public Messrs. Molyneur, Withcrby, S-, Coo. LivcrJlu i I and Jirotrn's Ferries, Ga., and lrtcin ton I' and Mtnaller fractions of sections. All purchasers -March 13 33liecf
lie is to be found at the office of Dr. J. H. Ran-: J>/irch23, ''40. 33 i ly ETJIlEREilV. notify all pi rj-rns, that the firm of!! Ala. over these may bo nude; on'iho usual: terms of Ihe Cattle Wanted*.
-- u JL PEN i LEft iw LYMAN Ihi" dljt Company; th'1tl1l, l--Uliincnihand 1,2 an.31ear, for
, _fay2fi 42 stud that 1 will nut ho responsible! rur any lrun. aa- ONLY 30 HOURS Stage travel from Colum-! fur payment of the other 3-4ths. THE stall fed cattle, on bt'tvg daliverrd "
h4Tlt.YED; or Holcn, from thc n-ibHrribpr- 01 lion made i Ioftl.t. said LTIIAN is llio name or the to New Orleans, in splendid Coaches: ,, Lauds: in Gadsdcn: and Leon suitable exclusively! his Tan Vaid !
liD the Superior Court JtllddlfT IS- the house of John Addison, I ) miles N. W. ol fituu,. A. SIT.NULER.JTallaha [ n a level and beautiful road along the banks ul I for cultivation, will al>o bo sold as usual on application in 3. U.GALBRA1'fl,.

filet of I'Ior41fl. Til1Iah"I'e. a bright corrcl HORSE with a blaze ,"'', Uc.(. 5, 1.140. 19 he Chattahoorhcc Itiver.DAYS to Join: Camochan Esq. at Apulachicolu! ,or Feb.
(iN CHANCEKV.) in hi* face, hind fret white, and asnddle-muik onhi --I'l:-I7BASirT OF DEPARTUREFrom tlio Subscriber; and settler! will bo preferred to the 20.184 U ---------r

:tBetwcnn Andr w Norwood, A-) back. Any information of said hors, will be : E NOT I CE. ColumbuH, on T"sdays and Fridays, purchase of trwir belllements; provided they make NOTICE. .

'Turnbull and Ezekiel J. Moore, and priu-fu'Iy' acknovvloJgfd: ; and any pen-on del.,;r. J B. BULL Si CO have just reroivcd new, G o'clock. A. M.FromChattahoochcc. their arrangoinenls within a suitable time. persons indebted to the snbscriber tynol*
illg him to cither of the public fcUUt-n in Tillal'II'11.elu,1l e and fashionable, hats of Beaver.: Silk ALL 1841.! are
Jackjcn or the the l hat January,
Amnsa partners in 'trade, im- f on lame: daysand same Former: purchasers from the Company who are account on
.J--.l---.. ...I. al.I....1C.-.. .-.Pit' __'.._ __ 'L_ bo duly- rewarded. Mole Skin, .which. they oflcr lo the public rl3uua.l"'y'If time after (he arrival of tho U. S. Mail Boot from in arrears with their paymenl, aro respectfully requested earnestly requested locouie.forward andtsUw IM

_ ..- .of Jack on fortbernelv.sand otht-n: -I MASON W. WILLIAMS specie or its equivalent and for the c unren- Apalachicola; 10laantlll1t'eling at Fort Gaines to settle with the Subscriber. or with Mr. same KM further indulgence will nol bo giseS. wo

may corne in and contribute, &c. j trUJonwho l _'Dec 20, IP.40) 22 |conscience.cy Florida at iiuch rates us becometh i Persons desirous of going from Columbus, Ga. Carnochan during the season. account will be continued for the present Jetrjl'x

Complainants : and John B Kfen & \I Feb. 16-10. A STipcrloFvblic of Oxen, young arid to New Orleans, will find thin by far the cheapest J. B. BROWN, ccpting with those of our curtfcncrj whoDi' o

MtryCenter sdniini-tratrix' of WilliamrConter CJA-Jn rood I order, for sale by Also 11 good nci-ortinentof clolhin Cloth Casinicrcii and most expeditious, BM well as the safest and Agent Apalachicola Land Company. punctual in paying their accfcunla with UI- _..

_ lately deCINec D, f"Dtlantl. J O..c. '12 SO .. D. GALBRAITH and VeMingc, from' the coarseit to the I moil comfortable way, as il intersects the great Otficoat Mr. E. Barnard's, Tallahassee. BETTON &F1SH -
finPKt. Please call and witness
TTT appearing to the Courl by affidavit, that the! ,Valuable lauds for Sale. -- youruelvc Brunswick and Florida Line al Challahoochue, an 4 22 Jan.23.

JL said Mary Center
,uamed, resides beyond the iuri.dirihn of this .1I l.u\lllJlln is desirable for his own cultivation A HANDSOME) LIGHT BAROUCHE, with I (lie whole route. Time from Columbus Mobile, TOLEN from Tullahafbcu on the 19th alt.! a merchants

.Court, to writ in the hlitc of New York. It 1 is con- pfft'rlt for sale llirru valuable pantatisins-iine: ,.il- harness complet Ion two borne, by 5-1 hours.' Dark Bay Mare Mule in low order and ma- Nta Orleans.

Center, .t.riiitotrlx of William Center lately fro TallahuskPC, containi.ig thirteen hundred ic. d.i ii-Ei1iNriHis-- WILLIAM CADY. ma'.iou: respecting her, will be thankfully received, Jim. 17 1839

_ deceive!, w" appear ir4 answer said compIninanULiilof acre, 600 of which aro in a high stale of cullita- Remedy for JJytcntery, JJiarrhaa, Summer -ClmUaiioochrf.- January JO. 18Q.! 27 tf and the above rcward will be given on her delivery
-- ---- ----- AOX1CI2.
complaint within four months from the data lion, the residue moi.tly rich hammock 'lain!, with Complaint, Colic, Cramps and SJWSIMS. NOTICE. I at this office. UUING ray absence from F''lonida| ,Birti r;
all farm
fnellpabicjlipnof! this orderotherwi sid bill this neerssury houses and outbuildingsthe all the above cojnplainin this HOSE l"eb.I3, 1841.'J1lllidyspeplic!. D of and
raided IN Mrdtcine has who are indebted either by note or Pope Monticello. ,i* my ajreo'
_ ,wil be token fro eonfetto. I is further ordered.that crops upon. plantation havn not beennurpa a. certain remedy,.both lo children and rjpi accoupi, to the late firm of Gorman and .$- Pills ney. iOIJNE.TUC!
in tl
this order b : ed by any o couilry. Anolhrr, abont Jlnli-biiious
,publiuhed one of the newppitjp adullj./' Numerous tesliinonials are given of iHcmcocy ( I Hall, will.call at ray office and selllc the lame jan 8 .IwwIU.
_ .rs print or and pu'jjisbod at Tallahassee in the the name dulancc noilhcasl, from Tallahiuro, which may bo seen where the .Medicine insold. Immediately.By c PRIP_A RKDBY_ -

:'Pitricl tfnsiid.( once I week for four month jontsining, about 700 acre., of rich oak and hickory Prepan-d by Robe'tS. Bernard, Norfolk Va.I so doing the, costs of action at law will be C. E. HAYNES &1. ;D. .' C. MILLEJI i
'Dated this 3ht 1 d. of December land ; wilt GO or 70 acres in cultivation and ale COMMISSION MEidHA1No.
1840. ; For < in Tailuhasse, by saved, as all claim unpaid will be put in suit at Sparta Georgia.
ALFRED' BALCH, Judge &c. another in Hamilton crunty, about ten miloN from.', .ep4 6 RA'NDOLPII & LEWIS. thu first court having jurisdiction. IIESE jusily celebrated pills, which are win- 82 Commerce Street.NEw' ,
l!/Suwannce yprings, containing abou 2000 ---- T
Attest ; -
( "Cotton 'VeiihluJ JOSEl'II BRANCH.Feb. ning their to O&LBAXS.
acre. ; culliralion; popularity,
.iniahtpartiui farm
a with'
_R. G, WELLZORQ Clerk.. j ncuscs : : subset ibor, a appomttd Wciglu Cotton 13. 1941. aru suited to all cases requiring either mild -
&:. 1 his land i i. of superior quality: for L., culture I.., TIn openent -
For Sale' or Bent. of sea inland etitlon. pnrsuanco of an act p.Mod nt the lasl .;i-: 12dgley hue arrived in town or aclive cathartic medicine prepared by one THE FLORiDIAN

Also a tract of 400 the ion of Iho Leginlative Council, respectfully in George is his of 1ho oldest physicians in tho soulhera ,countryhaving -
at natural Digger profession
acres, bridge Ftofl
A "AND01IE.I VO-8TORY> forms the public that he i ill prcpsnl, lo been tested by more than ten published vxclly, rtFalbhaueTBJIMS ,
on the St. Mark', about 1 1 miles south; east of TalUnk weigh Colton Where he wants In be well known, years expert
a.1 flUME $fiTOIIC, eliffby, | situs. jeei; I'-alfof this' tract is a rich alluvial soi. either in this city or al the Railroad Depol,- And cash is his decision. 4 aug 22 nee in hi* private practice before they were offered .

ated for bU.le. n,.UII centro ol; it there i. also a lino, mill scat with His scales aro manufactured at the same "Iato n. to time public, and having, whenever fairly tried, -Five Dollars p r annum.ia *4YIUCS
upon greater]
l J p.td.rwl( Ihosoused by the United BUtas Strayed, been preferred to all other
r Ceon. A lb.raLcroltwi1 water powerthnri any in Middle/ Florida. generally, and articles of. similar 'form, .
U likewise tho Quincyaboutauiz weeks since SOR Adverliseinenls inserted the
ren by weighers of
( uritr. cotton in the of FROM confidently recommended as greatly
on.gb. These 'lands will be sold city superior
:;Dft L. aU.nt" of lho_ ,1a tf/vortbls' reasonable credjts and if desirable at moderate 'prices, and New York, and have been examined by the Inspector i HORSEabout four years old.. wilh three far general use, to every other known remedy. and other wtiefea for'l 0tioaU

fc Corbu..t. - canhittr. ;UoioQ' ,Bank; Stock, upon1, tho.purclmtr a of lie of scalei and weights of said city, and ''IroTed ''white feet, and a blaze in the (ace. A liberal re. Reference to printed certificates in the hands ol the paper, must be direcUd la EBW** *.'MOM
part ward will '
WNAtrOIJT ORMOND. correct. Price of weighing 10 cents per bale bo givtn for his return, or for information the agents. For. sale! by Edilor. tis-
j. No,.7 1840. purchase. ,W BRA DEN D. M. tHJEFrJ LD vV. lfr Joilon. where he can befound. Apply at this office. D. II. AMES. Letters on business connected wilh thiS **lr
.t ( Jtt' De 21 I l .
Tillihaiice, Ot. IS.9. f Feb13 Tallahasseean. '0, 1841.-lj._ mont, to GIBSON & Hiisixb, PabfUher