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 Material Information
Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: August 28, 1841
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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WHERE S.heretofore to wit:on the elcrentl} flE-'rL4jiIT'' ; turned \ .,.

February, in the year of our Lorc "r,1' to hibidil1iould; 1
-one thousand eight hundred and thirty-two, i L be.ahsurd.

,("harttr.f Incorporation ..granted by the Legia.latire .- -. . ; l' ..- .. <. '"'f'f ,'t that one portion (thb'wmaiiinlty rSist ndccs-
Council .
of the Territory of Florida, to i "S -- early :nut into:tho 'Treasury' tn/tKo,'
c, l of
papk to ettablithed in the City of Tallahanee,: zliOIS FARE. 're
AS t taxes "moro than
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and to those who should become Subscribers to th, thoyIrecelrejtack7. of
aid Bank,their! fuccessors and assigns, upon theconditions and another !
) > m\ ZLLDDAUO diren prti'Teve
limitations and restrictions provided inlaid I r <- (Q A _. U fl.a 1. b! blemn"mow- .tr': .
Charter.which said Dank was incorporated ml' '
by -* "' taxes. ; then; .
the name and style! ot the CENTRAL BANK 01 Speech ot-Mr. Calhonn, j i in the operations of war on the ocean,require 1t ipuHic lands among the States; which mus t which- the- flsures oe talelfjlrje i .
tares while '
another
now in ttt. ,
reality
'theyirre
FLOIIDA, -And whereas '11.0. on:the thirteenth I OF ,Sotrru CAUOLCTA. that the whole subject of the defence of our. with a final loss' to the Government party4 .power proposeto r .
day February, in the of oar Lord tho., In Q ol r revive. Wit thvmthey: have associated I l t truth bounties. 'The"rrmney! collccfed.in tax.
year one Senate Monday, Juno 21 1831 maritime frontier should reviewed i and _
by able I great grog branch of revenueOBI ,, another of ,esb ,
sand eight hundred and I.h rl-fuur, an act wai : of and skilful 0 sr stamp, but, 'if noHos; bat transferred. ; _
passed by the! Legislative Council% of the Territory moton Mr. Clay of Kentucky officers' we proceed any J a permanent mortgage to stockholder,, more,obnoxious and than pilel; take from one try .Wb"to

Florida, >BJ addition to 4nd amendatory to the: 1,500 copies of the, report of farther in the p Ot system of fortification d estic and foreign, of the whole of the pub.:. and dangerous scheme of ; i another; and i i pu' moreletelurn. 1. .

said charter of ufCOI'poration-And whereas also,, thoTreasury on the finances. Much that has done, and what is! propt .1 t nn, consisting of more than theusand I corrupt And corrupting : distribution. uiwho : ; -_. "
OD'the twelfth day February in the of nni tu LO oonesnouw 'Y I yet, ; ,,; & e. tbt. f a 'r "
.u.w
year our Mr. Calhoua aid. Kt .4da.", prove; on such yi0i tfracree; tbo and tens ] the d ,'.J -
Lord ftnathf! 4. "" ,.I thiaeven" to useless thrown 1 nob lrJ1Jentnc' whi havoevar I erce ? saf ha4beci1gtda ':
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foy the bewholly' Ue
'&i.t'f'-4' 1 bJ..: ,.. rn r and LegislativeCKsWinTthe .. onerfq'radThereportor B I money 1 queathed'by our to us our pos. themselves Republicans__ have i bounty Hence !the ihhetent1 beodilitv or .
nothing of the other items I
say
without struck with of the kind
being the '
,II Territory of Florida.furlher s ; terity. the '
amend '
to r the front rank, when the battle action;of the
I waxed the and
acid Charter incorporation: as appears by the apparent throughout, to make out they are small. Nor will I undertake to Such' arc the measures proposed by the hottest, and the I &, itself without, GOYrmct;
original enrollment of said Charter of the of show what will be tho actual if I onset was most fierce, against t ,I'u
incorpora revenue So
the year. great defct. any. Secretary; ana for the of which he
adoption this ,
create
tien and said additions I It'would' L system-who still call themselves Republicans two great parties : one
] and amendatory acts, cf solitude, that it betrayed him into be hazardous. and the ir cDfctin ;
to
record in the office of the Secretary of the Territoryof i can make it Secretar' party power display so much sols and honestly believe themselves to in favor of taxes opposed.
I
which have been more te oth
Florida, as well as by the public statutes of the so fully exposed by f his But ores or nothing al"at I citude.. A permanent funde debt lies at the be so, now found, making battle on the The higher the taxes' more prof .'and .
Territory orFlorida..prlnted"y authority oflheGovTernor Senators who preceded me on tho pleasure. should chos to bottom of the w ole and hence (the side opposite wasteful the
to restore (the expenditures
and Legislative Council of the Adn that 1 do not feel called add l leave the outstanding appropriations as' they measures, which they 'gtthegn
deep
same,- on to a I anxiety to nake out a great deficiency have done the and
the
much loss
one
whereas alsoa law was paused by.the Governor andl.egi.latio what they have said in that respect. Isto last year, there w.uld be in the Treasury i in the revenue; in order to afford s to overthrow! How won. t to ibe'or.-
Council of tho of Florida plausible derful the delusion! Time, it bo the conflict, 'which cxt
Territory .
considerable hoped
on a ,
I connection with what i surplus, instead of a do.cit. igto
propose, pretext to create arch
the fourth day cf March in the of our Lord fi i debt. But I stop it, and restore to t taxes "expenditures, but all
. year called the financial of the On the if ho should undertake here. I no may expe to their true t connect
one thousand eight hundred and thirty-nine,autho part contrary push nay inquiry beyond the measures ed measures-the countless' '
rising and the District of aid show, by brief and condensed to_spend tbo whole, he may increase the themselves tt the ways .bywhich
requiring Attorneys 1 motive of their authors this the of' "
deficit to revive the industry t. taketf
Territory to institute the requisite legal proceedings what would be tho deficit at the end by many millions. We know what and, ask why such solicitude to adopt themat I of attempt now prostrt l law proceeds(Tom and may by

against such banking incorporation, in their year, according to the data i his desire is, and it remains to b seen what he this time Wh the zeal of system federation should succe It one trnf.r t:another.- .
;
furnishe > Secretary should be matters not
respective districts, as might have incurred forfeitures Secretary collected will do. tie once firmly all itsexagerated wht may btofor'otho
of their charters by turn user,and to prosecute himself But sir so strongly displayei in his report; Why the I shall not that Government.
the same to effect so thai thc paid Charters portions of but all from demands, another and more important question c l of this extraordnary session at this suI. I Itr would lay tho foundation of a revolution say in it the fiscal action, and as'true te'Dtr popular

might be declared null and void by the judgments I without adding an estimate or a figure our attention Why this deep t season, and suc'i great inconvenienco of the Government of i
of the proper Courts in said District,-And whereas own. and anxious solicitude to make out a large t members and Government; no, that would be too weak; the many .that of the few .

,Charles S. Sibley Attorney of the United States According, then, to his own data, deficit? Is the object to detl act from his predecessors ? Why the universal hcnvy, and charge on the country i i it would, of itself, b a revolution. The seat, .r ot one. It b the great disturbing cause
( tho Middle District of Florid, for pressing demand of the primodcai desease of all Governmentsthat
or prosecuting Goverment would -
in
office power change
able of the by showing that they have I r
said hath thin behalfofaaid means Treasury for the through all the organs of the for action, and from collect 'taxes
Territory appeared on day on l the party pass the people into the hands of and make disbursements*.
finances in
him the Court hero i eluding the balance at the end of the la t Icf an embarrassed condition? i initant action? And I
Territoryand by is given I why, finally, the decree lone ofthe" most and I maybe 'moderated in its actio&by'wiseconstitutional )
toundersland and l 1.0 informed.hjl the*aid"Central -I Treasury notes authorised to bo issued I may bo so in part, but it would b doing ofurgency here; the enactment ef rules corrupt exacting money
I new I .
Bank of Florida"at the Faid County of Leon the Secretary that [. eligarchien, of which history has left re. provisions,but can never. b ac.
t the year and the revenue from all great injustice to suppose t tt to cut short inquiry and discussions and the J cord. any tually
The
in the Middle District Florida aforesaid hath fur would bo i it t was his sole or principal motive. No? it I immortal framers of our Consti. overcome.
cited its Charter, and all the franchise, privilege, $24,942,935. This is much nun rigid snd dcspoticenforcement ofthe old t tution intended to place tho Government in In: order t be more clearly I

rights and immunities thereby conferred by NORihtit first, of tho sum of $4,212.5.1 the that was make higher. I originated in the belief, ors, than has ever been known, to curtai be. I I I the hands of the people-to establish Fede. wiiusrt what I hare unden general f
and hath 'that a scire receipts into the to out a large and permanent dofi- bie? What is a s
prayed faciat might Treasury the motive for all ? !I rat Republic-a constitutional trms, tracing its operation i detail in
issue according to law, to summon the saiJ "Cen. of the to the ,4th of March cit, for which no provision was made was Democracy, I
believe
'c to
year 1 arc our opponents, it origi. J)I in i which the Government would be suppositkttM case. For this I
Iraljllink\ Florida to apdear before this Court, the issue of highly important, if not to controlled purpose mal
Treasury notes and the necessary carryout n in the and
at the proper time and place and show causef' i the which highest purest motive of pa.I i by the people, and administered for their select the two adjacent ;lying
measures he and his b cnti e
the on hand at the commencement of party con. tri(ism and humanity, that their to': other side of
any could, why said Chatter of Incorporation I object i is good, and not for profit and the ;.'which
should not lie prccalcd and declared null and and in the next of the sum of $ tcmplatcd. Hence the solicitude-henco the I relKve the distress of the country. The dis.Itrcas I i.those in and thoir advantage of is opposed to the District/ and London,above.
power dependants and
zeal
void: at which he estimates the receipts that has led to s many errors and dis. .of Uie\ Who is \ par 1 -

HF.RKFORE: YOU ARE HEREBY COMMANUED 4th March to the end of the year, crcpancies, and to so great nn overestimate.Whatthcso 1 country? countr m-- -L.r._meant__......by..th. !tt'tisans.nUUU uo Adopt i :,fcr c'aimc thesR. power m"'Q"r". y-?depart.L:_ glRRWRi JJMUte JFW fcf 1*n yPapfoscthat _
wOUlt
Hint make known to the said I I'Ccnerai 1 T "rt I II they were equally wealthy, and that the i
you
** Treasury notes authorized to issued. measures are, for which such !I the poplc, \ live on their own means and from the people-from the tax paying peoplethe '
P ink of'iorida, and all President, Directors b of their citizens
Cashiers and Stockholders thereof, that items are taken from the report, anxiety i in felt, the Secretary has not left us i ito t j I mduiry, and look not to Government for favors I[- honest and industrious, who support incme$200,000 annually each. 'Was.

they br before the Judge of our Superior Court of alteration of a figure. Cents arc conjecture. Hejias told us plainly: theyare I ? Do they mean by the country the taxpayers I t tho Government, without looking for favors, Supps again, te majority

tie, Middle District of Florida for the County ofLeon they are throughout my statement. first and foremost, a funded debt, to befollowed in contradistinction to tax consumer and would pass into the hands of the master: j to be so just an equal tax

on the 'fourth Monday A'riJnext( after together make the sum of S 2-1, U-2 by a National Bank, and through it I-thoie wlo support the Government, and I spirits, who would, for the time, control the on each, say $100,000, making th annual ll

Court the date may of be this adjourned writ or, such at the other Court time House an the of which, as I have stated, is the aggr t the restoration of the partnership of the Government 1 I I not those who are supported by it? Arc these!iGovcinincnt: by their herds dependants and that receipsof London the Treasury itself to b ts 820.0;numbers and. .

L Mitt. County of'l..cfJn, at the city of Tallahassee, in the available means of the year, with the banks, and that by a heavy measures intended. to relieve them Would : partisans, united with powerful combination L should availing greater ,

raid County,to t.ho\v, if any thing they for themselves the data of the Secretary. addition to the taxes, by an increase of the I itrelicro bern to place on their industry and i iI of interests with these measures are intended I appropriate the whole t her-

have, or can,, Miy, why the raid Charter ofJ The actual demand on ,tho [tariff, and finally the distribution among the I property z mortgage of more than thirty.onemillions I to associate with them. They weuld self in tbe improvements, .f her roads and
of the 'Central Uauk j I I I I b to in to her citizens
J Incorporation ot Florida the lear w ill be, on his data, $ States ofthe revenue from the public landsThe dollars in the shape of a perma. strong for the people. Yes, I proclaim it, rivr3 grinting pensions
tliould not be repealed, annulled, and ma 'c void, I and the various other modes hi the
and all libcitics, immunities, rightli'l'rivle rs and I have obtained the rsnl, first, from his debt is to b founded in stocks, redeemable I' nent fund. l debt, and which would annually !i I pass these measures, let this system of universal public be It is whic

franchise by the nine ronlerrcd, he s,b>zeJ into incut of the appropriations( ( in eight years; and is to consist, in I, extract fnm them nearly two millions of I I plunder be once firmly fixed on the I money may spent. Do

possession and control oft-aid! Territory o.:Honda, them definite appropriations) made the first place, of his estimated deficit of up.wards !. l lars to paythe interest only? Weuld it relieve I country, and the Government will b revolu. that her income would b increased, and tat <

and further to do and receive what the taid Court last Session, which he puts at $ of sixteen millions, of which four millions 1 them to an additional tax of at least tionized. of Fairfax diinihe notwithstanding ;
then and there,of it and them in thie behalf, thall l is to be in I
consider\ and direct,-And you ate further commanded 981; next, from the permanent reality, a permanent loan to i twelve milieus, by levying a duty on codec, Pause and reflect on this portentious concentration only receive back tes.in the expentitures
payable in the 81,781,115 f the Bank, without interest, as has been stated. I[:tea and ether articlesof cent that is. of Behold the shape
to give notice of the ill -titllti'm oa'lhi? proceeding year per ; power. numerous what she bad in that of taxes but all .,
,!>v publication hereof Fonie public news. Treasury notes, which he cs'iinalcs' I In tho next, of six millions to be subscrib to take one pound,in six of all they consume? and powerful corps ofdependants-the household paid ,
had been
I paper in the Middle DiMrirt of Florida, fur the due in the 5 car, or come into the by him as our share of the Bank I Would it relieve them to surrender for ever troops, office-holders, contractors, job lat paid by the latter too, and her

"Iace l> of three months! from the day of tho dateIIf'rcllf in payment of duties, making $ then $9,307,214 of stock to b subscribed by the from the public lands, \hick can. hers, and pensioners, counting, in their well I would, in cnsuec b increasedby
; and tliatyou! make return of.this writ and or revlu the addition of $100,000, that
him for the States. What have to I! at less than five millions oftdollars r formed and ranks wbie o _
your proceedings tnei con on the fir..>t day of nest Theb items are nil taken from 12th right we r net bo estimated compact not less than I Fairfax would be diminished Tike
Icrm of our raid Court. Treasury report, House document. authorise him to subscribe for the States? In I annually, for the next ten years, with:I one hundred thousand. These are to by sum
1 b thus that ef the former
$400,000
WITNESS-U1CHAUD O. WELLFOJID table containing them, the item of virtue of what right cane give such authority a prospect eli great increase in future, to bo placed Under the most exact and severe par. raising to

Clerk of our t-a-d Court: this ICih day of I note is down ? I to speculators and dealers in I drill. None are to be recruited but those annually,and reducing the latter $200.000,
put at but i ia away ty
). $5,431,421; "iVCI its income double 'the other instead
January A. n 1U-II I. and fcixty-filtli scar The Secretary felt the and to S,'I for which the Union is of tried and retained making ,
American II Independence. note appended, which) give the difficulty; r State stocky, no wayresponsiblecither fidelity none whose zealis 1 of ,Thus and

II. G. WELLl'ORD. Clr-rk of compose it, which, strange to tell, make out a show of right fo such an extraordinary in justice, equity, .r honor? questionable. Cast your eyes next on the j is it being not also only obvious equal. that fa i'ce.

tho Superior Court of the Middle 1 District of that sum,but the one I have stated, proposition, he has taken a liberty in I Would it relieve them to lay a permanent I interest proposed to be associated with this increased just a te tae, aro
in the would
Florida foi Le<>. County. fooled using words in public docu. I the domain, in a formidable central just same proportion
making a difference of nearly unexampled any i mortgage, virtually, on public corps; Bank through London gain and Fairfax lose and that the

: i is 000. I have tukvn the one I have, as I ment that ever passed under my eyes. He, favor of st ck.joLbr and speculators You, I which the most foul and corrupt and dangerous latter ,
hereby given of the foregoing by increasing' taxes, only, however,
"j'JOTICE !!
rtci'ing' to all pcrkonx. mcntionrd and concern-pro- the items that compose it, stated in has converted the fourth instalment under the genteme (addressing the opposite side) pr. I of partnerships is to be'restored with! equally laid, might be

herein; as I am thereby: directed. part of tho report, according with I Igi'e deposit act .f '36, proposed to b placed for I and reform to the people. On the banking system, with its countless host disbursements utterly impoverished

S.. LEIGH UHAD. thai sum. The next and last safe keeping in the States Treasury for the 1(his promise.'they have raised you to power officers, stockholder, and dependants.- simply by unequal 'j as
much ? [ far
1 ,'Marshal ofthe Middle oO"lorula., composes the items, which makes ofthe Government when ever called for,p Is this the reform, this the relief you promised 'I'en'ur to the scheme of distribution, in. s as by unequal taxes

-.--Ja.i---' ,.18 by JOHN F. KAC11LER. D. M ding to the data ofthe Secretary, the up I i into a dobt to the States? He speaks of it as I pI Wi yon, can you, raise in your places here, tended to enlist entire States, and draw into' there can b no doub.bo if the .

.TERRITORY FLORIDA, on the Treasury fur the year, is one of$ j due to the States in one place, and as appropriated in drison; tell the deluded people that I: this vortex the dominant influence for the The case vare supposed

To the Marshal of the/ Middle J) 6tricl. ,849, the estimated difference make'j I to them in another. Where will h6 I I when you promised reform and relief, you time of the Legislatures of every State in the Republic The consisted difference twenty cont
or only one.
greeting : outstanding, appropriations at the end j I f find the evidence of such debt, or the act ma. meant debt, taxes, mortgages and the giving; Union, and thus combine both General and only
"TJlEIUAS.: heretofore, to wit the that as you enlarged the extent, inequality
: on scvcntecnlh
y day of November, in the year of I year, compared with those of the end king the abpropriation? Will he point to the 1 away of their inheritance You arc silent State Governments in favor of high taxes r, would tend more in a direction

our Lord one ihounand eight hundred and '\\ellly.niue. .. last year. This sum I have obtained ;act of':0tlat makes it, a plainly and strong and will be silent; you dare not make &ueh wasteful expenditures, debts and stocks, and and as contracted geographical it, between classes,

a Charter of Incorporation vns granted, on following manner. The Secretary l y a can, a mere deposite f for safe kcbp.I 1 an avowal; and yet these are the only mea in support of profligate leaders, whose talents you between and labor but
the conditionn., limitations ant, restridior.x therein I i ng for our use, whenever called for ,I and influence he particularly capital ,
the demands on the Treasury from the ; sures you propose. may necessary to uphold '

tory provided of I./"rida.lo,/ by the Legislative a certain Bink Council by the of the name Trrri and March to the end of tho year, at .;; :; ,... : debt from the States to tbe Government, I Bat if it bo not relief to tire people, to if horn. this scheme of plunder. Now, when we reElect each if not would checked finally indeed end, in it a would moneyed the more oligarchy
ind not from it to them. And the Sccre- I To whom but those who the that just in the rp-
style of the BANK op .I.ftnruA" ar l to all ilmmkho and that which will be required for the i. yet )I can it b1? are same proportion that idly reach the termination, it left to in '
%, vliould, I'ceomc Subheribers, (to the t-aid Hank,, of the year, from the 4th of March to th 4' ary is so intent on carrying out his scheme, I lax consumer?, and not tho tax payers-who these measures subtract from the means of extended than small itlF
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their\ successors and aligns. ;-And whereas also] at $24,210,000. The difference )t hat ho changes at pleasure the relations I i in reality support not the Government, But the people, in the same proportion must their: an country the a collected by

on the Lord sctentt-entli day February:! in the year of I them ($9,290,010)) would, of course, j I he parties-makes the Government, and not f are supported by the Go\'ernmclt1 Who but t voice bo made more feeble and insignificant conceutratiol disbursements of in -.
our one thousand eight hundred and Ii Iihe a great extent country
three, an act wa paused by the Governor and thirty LeI ',amount of the outstanding !I _._States_1L., tho& "debtor-proposes". ._ .u _. to subcrib I the mercenary corps, -no, 1 shall not.use, so p ,whdt,in the. same I proportion' the. voice, of one_ nart. and to thE!mal nri. of it r4ti.is'to -
iHlaUvc Council of, the Territory of Florida t.t, cording to his estimate, at the end ef this i : ucoi 10 .me uo\crnmenl, as 8 mucn strong a term-the dependent corps, who live, I inose to wnom wnat is subtracted from themgoesi whom* .nn n the ofthe taxes would -
amend said Charier of Incorporation in the Bank to their credit, for which live the Government the must made more and influential proceeds
: ai appear I Take that sum from the sum of $ : ; or expect to on -i b protent in the first instance.
l Ly tile original enrollment of said Charter of 1 Incorporation which he states the amount of i t Government is to pay them the interest office holders and expectants, of whom so can you regard the assertion a too go .

and of said amendment thereof of record standing appropriations tf b at the end ; the debt they owe it; and to cap the climax fearful a flight lit en this District on the 4th bold, that should these measures succeed, the But to return to the case supp. I.
in tile office of the of the ofast to unequal there ad.ded
Secretary
of ..Florida as well as by the public statutes Territory nf UK:I (see 12th page of repert,) and the l I perversion a.d absurdity, ho provides that of March laY To this numerous body of Government would bo revolutionized dibrment should twiceas .
I any State should refuse to accept its share than hundred thousand of actual would from the hands er ihe into pay
.. Territory of Florida printed by authority of tho will give the amount I have a I not less a pass people much in taxes London, and the wholeto

Governor and Legislative Council of the acmend .- able to the disbursements of stae. year, I[ the subscription, it shall go to the other dependants o Government, and more than that of the powerful moneye ologarchy, in the latter a and if to this ,
/ whereas .1,0.] a law was pawed. by the Go\- the items added, the aggregate :j thus taking from a State at its pleasure twice that number of expectants these mea. which, whether or not. they must expend ; unequal .
: taxation and disbursement in favor of
Croon and the LcgUlative Council of the said Tcrrilc- i those disbursements, according to the I hat he says is due to it, and giving it to the sures would indeed be relief. The more that create? The heads of the olygarch with .
'Ton fourth day of March} in the of our she should add the advantages of -
+ Lou! one thousand eghl; hundred and year lliirry.nitx,,,j tary's own data. Subtract the j States, without leave or license! He is extracted from the people by taxes, and by I'' t their dependants, and the dependants of their Lndon. powerful Bank,
system
HiUiori, ,ing and requiring the District Attorneys ol' means of the year ($24,942,935)) with words, rights, and property, as if whatever other devices it can be effected, the dependants, united with daring political lead paper stock an ba. .
on public a
hid' Territory lo institute the requisite. legal procccdmgs aggregate demands, ($28,012,770)) will was the only standard of cither; more goes to them. Their interests and that i ers, would be more powerful than the peo. dustry and ofthe mortgage o .

their ; against such Hanking Incorporations, in deficit would be debts from the States, debts t them, of tho people are in direct conflict. That i pIe, weakened and dispirited as they must become the property peopkpossesuig of the use .
$3,009.84. extraordinray privileges having :
rrspeclivc
Districts have incurredotfrtura
as might transfers what he asserts belongs to one, the other I in upholding and this
which the
( But from this one ; supporting mighty
of their Charters by mon-tuert and luprocute two items must b oppresses pampers of the public revenue, and its:notes received
others, just as it suits him! But I see ibM that from the is I mass oppressive taxes and exactions direct .
the ,.,ne III effect, so that the naid Chai- deducted. First, the omission in whih'take one gained to in the public dues, bytbe other .
tens migbt bo declared null and void by the Judpttentoflhe mong the means of the year, the h>rn of committee has just reported a bill, which the I and indirect. measures proposed accopanie report, would

prcper Courts in said iwtriet'-A 151 of in the mints belonging a provision founded on such monstrous But ihesc'are not the only classes to whom We are in the midst of a most powerful combined I centralize .
*hcreas money these ,
a
not
,Charles power
S. Sibley. Attorney of tbe United\ and abuse f and I shall .
language; i these would rel ef. Thereare our Government destined
measures bring struggle. ever
Hairs for the Middle Dibtrict of Florida Treasury Net, un overchnnge in I there which would not only control London,
ling for said prosecu the residue of the remarks I intended to other and more powerful who are look to l fall, by measures such as arerecommended '
Territory, hath appeared on this day,I bursements of $1,10,01 Treasury I wi but, ,through Fairfax to? And must not .
"> behalf} of said Territory and by him the Court issued under act between the or? this point. These item which it is ing on with the most intense anxiety, in tho this report. It can by ne the.-same causes, when applied on ,a large .
I
tbeaaid ere is given" lo understand and be tnrormed. that December, 1840, and 4th of March, should compose the projected deb hope 01 gorging themselves by their means at other. Of all measures, those connected' scale/to the.Union itself led to the same re .

Middle District Dank ofl.'Jorida"at aforesaid county of Leon and and which will, not due till next thirty..oo million of dollars; and ex- the expense of the people. These look to I with the fiscalaction of the Government and ? \ 't
forfeited ils fal
tcr,.nd all the franchises,privileges hilh and rights Char im Both the Senators preceded me, by rather moro than a million, the a. debts, stocks, banks, distribution, and taxes, i tho paper system, (I include, banks, paper full being the necessary tendency- of the
munilics conferred of its stock. Of this large funded as the choicest of blo-sings. '1 he and a funded debt,)' to
thereby by no".ar and bath clearly bhown this to be an greaterthe currency rur b fiscal action of the all real pat. ,
prayed that a tcive facia* might issue according to will not attempt to add to their proof. (nearly equal to half of .that of the Re. debt, the more abundantly the stock mar. I watched with the greatest by peo-. riots-enlighten ed Govermet liberty-have

Jaw,t before summon the said"Dank of Florida," to ap. two items added make $1,325,762, and ,) upwards nineteen millions U to go ket is supplied, the more powerful and con. |'pie desirous of preserving their freedom.They ever been 'cautious lve imposing taxes,' and .
this Court
pear at the proper time and I to the creation, or the benefit of the trolling tho Bank, the Ihe amount of i. are the passes through which secretly
subtracted from greater
Uiow sum $3,009,841 gives their
pLee t cause if any it could, why the said Thoy.nev -
watcbfuli dibrement.
Chrc of Incorporation should not repealed the deficit, according to the and the remaining twelve millions is no the public revenue that is distribute and the enters, and consummates the overthrow of bu indispensable and .
Secretar's fo.
ad declared null and void; b data, at the end of the year, sum intended t go into the hands of indi- heavier tbe taxes the bter liberty, before the danger perceived If the then not if they can avoided oeL. refreshment .,

THEttEFOCE YOU ARE HEREBY COM 743,076. He estimates it at with the view, in part, et furnishing To all these, the measures so earnestly re.commended voice of one could be heard, who has never of b

MANDF.D.of That" you, make knowsr lo the laid making an over estimate in his own means .f meeting their subscription; that in this report would bring great raised it but in behalfofthe people, I would strict unnecear expditur or

"Dak Director Floridi and 8tockbolden, and aU the thercof.Hhat allthePresidcnts.CssIiiers: 814,039,030. the Bank is to b manufactured out of the relief. They ore in deep dis. say to them watch with ceaseless vigilance I ment ofthe economy revenue.te clen t

before the they b of the people. A mortgage, m the furnished, and howling for these dangerous and, especially, the 'ca
Judge 01 l our Suptriir Court of is true that ho makes out his tre-hung. passes distinguished characteristic ofthe real patriot,
District I of public stocks, is to be laid on their fiscal action of the Government. There
Addle Florida for the County of Leon, part, by adding item have not been they mlyb. The system em. in Governments, opposite

ether, time fourth the Monday in January next or such a large part of them probably will not be and property, to the amount of thir. of measures by moans whic they 8 long phaticaly lies _tho danger which has over. pula character of "h't iudiffor- .

the Court I House Courlmny in City be Tallahassee adjourned to, a propriated by Congress; but when we millions; that to be converted into cash, fed on the vitals of the people, has been ut. so many free States, and is destinedto L ent or opposed to such Governments. ,Apply ,

County of Leon to lh, if any thing they for of defcit we refer to tho excess of incorporated, into a Bank, to b put under terly overthrown, and has left them in thoi overthrow'our unless promptly met. The I thi principal to this report, and .where does .

ILeml, have or can say. why the aid Charter demads on tho Treasury control and management ef seven direc. present distressed and stared condition foundation of our system is equality-equal L place its author ,and the ,with which" ;

not Incorporation the'-Bank of Florida" should available means, and not such demands in this District! Add, that it is to have .Tlie object now is' to renew that system. burbe'l and equal l benefits to all, but it oughtto he acts,and who have been party loud in its .1.1'pn1

b repealed, annuled. and mnde void, and all else think use of the public revenue, till wanted for I Yes, sir, the very measures recommended by b kownt is a truth with which all s srp. :
Secretary, or one may Ineadofcau.obastshpwn ;
any _
libie. and franchises, -
privileges by and that its made <.
notes .
are
same conferred, and I bo authorised. by law. In that sense the Secretary are the 'Identical measures ought deeply impressed ,that the focal solicitude to make out a'neceas 1:
eizedir\o
possession
b t grett
eontrU of said gold and' silver where, in its which divided tb t' the Re. action ofthe Government in. te
Territory, andfurUjer to do and I would no limitation in tho deficit. t every wa gre.a'i parties, can'Jbyno meant, ; ty imposing taxes where. it does not ax 'It S

receive what the Court then and there of ii. Among b items of thu* kind the and disbursements, and you will publcan.and Federal! A the commencement ftenutiy .o contrivance, be male equal, an ist 1.Has he shown, or attempted show 45'fi :,,. I; J
cud them, behalf, shall consider and the of the that has and which after that i 'action ILiIhOUE, 0 & n
project Secretary more Unequal of itelf
". d&rect.-And iD5' (- added one of four millions of dollars to t' : that his supposed deficit .in the revenue ,
rer commanded to giv'nol en so much lauded by pnrtyl than' lialf a ccni and un. mutt, in the end, not .
I persevering nwc
'r atlo' thu. tituto a standing deposit in the Treasury : c'liy'i b met by_ihe retrenchment eCU .-
te .
" abWUo. bDrjD: some public proceeding newspaper bo I is, the projected Bank; and this he To meet this heavy incumbranco on the yielding Veswfance ,the firmer has succeeded cheeked and m derated'. mo.crate mJo or The collec. J

( o the spacethree borrow at six cent, w"hich' and property of the people, and to co. in o erthow ,,Will any one, 'can any it isvaH"thai i 'can bo done. .. The rbt : tion exptr eoy i Has :
per
say
from the'dty the date the deficit which would be caused the te lyenue
yf herof and that make an annual charge of $ by one, venture todny; ,what 1 assert? Who is understanding of this- momentous truth he even to the* Tesnurces,
make returnsottlrii writ, and 240,0 alude except
you of the from the lands he '
.r"tb thereon proceed that the Bank use revenue there so ignoraat.of\ our political history y, a? dispensable-'to. preservation of our 'f e 1 j a gecratntd
ings OD 'the first day of the next Lerm'of may havehe i lill vague unmeaning + .
ppJe of 20
this Court. ?, I, for one, shall never D proposes t impose a heavy tax per I not to,know, .that- the frt measure on and,bapp'ms utons. I pause for a I Can he,of;.bu. party,,way.that I"
WITntsaRICIlARD G. on the all-articles now the parties the funded debt mont .FXpriO .
.. WF.LLFORD, such a measure. the Treasury is importtin great divide Wt ; i ,i)reco.nomyt ; .
Clek'ir. our uiCour this ,IBih.dar;. guarded 'against tho I 'of an' y free, with exception of those contain. I I the next the and the partner Tlio' fiscal'action of the 'Govermt ceDe ro| rnchma ,confess 4
contingency
. lay of 'anua" < and tlix.!' dental l d vote ,of credit in the 5th compromise uc I ship' through it of the Government with,the sistoEtwo branches, ,taxation nri'd 'e that the Will'r d and wasteful ,
of the 'p'nd.
.rdl .
&
year
t16t Independence: Uni 6c. t to ril; the.dutyio 20 per Vent, oa all I Banks ',and \then the with all tures,'or;ID other ne and ,. :
Stat ofAm.rics, .' Ul of Treasury notes, or; a : ; ,protective tf w n' .7 Wp rHliturt against' ihe< late 'Ad.tn .
G. articles which pay lean than that; the the uriconstHutioqal and wa expendi. meats; "taxatioasthaconnected from expen.diture .,
.
, -R' WEUUPORD. Cl tk of in EngUndf.exchequer.bjlk,,would be cir and, it*: 'uredecesaoy ;
' "> S'pi Connerib. MirfdUDistrict of prfe! .isL.another< : large I .'of which would be dobe'' nearly te r t're.! hlcb.b !.j ajld must ever follow ia its: 'and-considered by t 1ri bna4 false artl, forlelectioneeinog'uai.a .
e rhef .' .
.$. Florida f.br;'J>on County. nearly a mil .ThaIf, ,in ) nt4ut7 'or't's on: mp" r. 'These iffOi.the measures wbicb.e wb. ''-'ia. ',' sqfarge p eat' DOty ud"b to ,> :

]1VoTcE! Effuj*;'&** r'-.®oi'lllr'o' 'wjuit has" ar ad1-.vpo( thi* jeIr To complete iYe ie I he t''of ,.odious finally' ; that and 1 I illustrious' i.r* of tb'J .pa r jri ':'eanCatid so djiftrerent' ; idita ; and pkdgea)rt-1. ; ,(fl: .,_ ,

tifications not r.or former: days so- nuoa1yreaistedendwhich outsails'mrf'pltrfaction ianp'eMy matter; Uttte :aaiire
ewMdtfc.2.t. penIo tta'mwlion ,, ,t' give Jejn props ( compunction ;pkdja topribe .
J.. U ul&l thereby directed. Btrirt. The great 'Changes' that 'te m ; () : ; : detestable I I l .W6. hvenfle P. w-l l hIng and sever'e buUif fb 'togethetvand b ri. proscription 1 I. to,t furn -
S r -tho distribution ofthe revenue from I contest, overthrown. And those nro the : ed in rffrcta as'part of I ta h'w .
MaiLa' of the Middl aSSSssftS., made, and (he still greater that it must mf: .nt tional.proof tat e. our fancy b.n'-snkw '

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to 90 defcterato a state that! candidates,may' Es4OE._ : ,Th1il 1 invested In,,"banks; of.discount'in : cannot but regard as calculated to excite a ---- ,- --'-;--"--- ----:- '. 'I j .ArtoamtxT pr'fra&ianu)I .

give the CDMtcoleroa pledget Wore election _.nox the Umted States, created 1i btl the State* feeling of fatal, enmity' .with the peace and TH E.TALLAHASSEE.. 1IDI4r ,I ,By and mih the 'adke ,
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and .w Utt them without a btoelr/and, withperfect I THE PRESIDENT, OF THE UNITED atihfetuaetxcevfe; $350,000,600; ; and ,if harmony of the cou try., ,,1 must, .therefore \ FLORIDA: tike Senate..Richard. mi .

.Uptuuty i 'after 'theyhio;, : :,* inedpower. I ST TES. -' the diacoooting of ,tq.i i 'ptftt'qftldhave:; regard this clause as asserting the power: to K. Call, G Yer".I'r. .

,} Returning with Jtu,objection* the Btil.tQIXOOHPOKAT :. produced l ..any' beneficial ejfa Jthe'JJhjted, be in Congress to establish offices of discount ED.WAR B. GIBSON, EDITOR. r of Florida., ,

the fact,, States to the sonnet i in a State, not only its assent, but against its .S "H .
o ;J:.feir.tkatpuch wiJ] .FQyoio.be I *:.THK: FISCAL BA1CK OF THK XUtt- ought posses currency Saturday, .August The .' '
(a' much ia reform, and economy! are TED STATES, AUGUST 10, 1341. in the world. But the revenw is fcnxJataWythe dissent, and so .regarding, it. On general Our Planter bavt ep fjM
:
:i't ded and deeply and solemnly as fact. principles! the right Congress to prescribeterms ADJOURNED MEETING. both of corn and cotton. 'pt 0 W8M

;; desd to carry it out, we are'tahfta'r To the Senate of the United Stale :. themeasure, now under consideration! : ,to any State impliea a superiority EYr .Democratic Delegate' should recollect made .or j i
secure, being and .
Indeed talen.Wand of the character whichI and control deprives the transaction out of
:: ; no more about it. The bill entitled'"An act t ts .incorporate objectionable to power ;I that their meeting stands adjourned
MrErizts have alluded It is-,clearly so, unless of all ''to compact between them ; More and better ( has beeaj .Ufc
infleutial member pf thepafty, ( the subscribers to the Fiscal Bank of the U. by pretence : uutil week 4.POLITICAL oddr "'

O openly% toldusjn debate _the othei r States," which originated j ja)the Senate, hasbeen the 16th fundamental article of the llth sec. .. and terminates, as we have seen, in the total I to-day Sep. seasOn !than_has,been for many years,,. .

'd t.pot only that theif was notno J'9Of1fOI r considered by me, }with a sincere desire tion it is made otherwise' That article.is'in abrogation freedom of action on the part of ECONOMY.Mr. The prospect for COt h .probaWj

'r ,!'uctlen of expenses,'but spoke with something -, to conform my action in regard to i it to that the following words 3ir the States. But further : the State'may ex. Clay and his school of Political Eco. good .has been at any lime.nweiof. ;I

of.c m"reifenchmenl' and economy.'. of the" two Houses. of Congress. By the "The directors of the said corporation} press, after the most solemn form of legisla | nomists, in accord Mice with their principles the country. no untoward i

told the occasion, that he Wa I it shall establish one competent office)( discount l tion, its dissent, which may from time to I aCtie
'fHe: us,.on same Constitution is made my duty either to ap.prtve Political think the country t to it tal,
/oraction::_::action-and that he .dete_ ied ab.". the bill by i ft, or to return jt, and deposite in any State in wkich two time thereafter bo repeated, in full view of Economy i pens many planters Will h ...!. ,
wguujg of CustomHouse
: The last -
.. 1 fractions. < with abjestionsj to the House in which thousand shares shall have been0 *utifcribed, i its own int'''FMt. whirK f.n n tver be nnrat.' the highest state prosperity. a* they"can weUsavev t.. ". ''
my .
ed from the wise and. beneficent operation of. t returns huwfng that of .ur
!5" ,1 do not, Mr. President, wonder(! that thE a i it originated. I cannot conscientiously give or may be held, whenever, upon application et 'We cell .. tula'atti : -: ,
of the of such State, Congress: this Government; and yet Congress may, by Foreign commerce which they have always readers to the of 1
.Senator, with his sentiments, should detesiabstractions. t i it njy) approval, and I proceeded to discharge Legislature overrule its hw spleen : ;
virtue of the last I
They stand between" him and the'duty required of me by the constitution !may by law require the sane. Arjd.the said 'and grounds which poviso, to such State, will declared exhibited the strongest signs of the the report of the Secretary of St 1 reIIJ e.

,his desires. He wants. debts, ,taxes, .bunks. p,, to give my reasons for disapproving.The directors may also estaUish one or more in appeir upon to rest on a constructive necessity'und ,, prosperity of a country. The exports exceed' commencing on our frs page. 5.
tariffs" and distributions and.but for.tbe.hate. Congress to create a Nation. competent offices of discount and deposite the
{ power and I regard the in imports.
nothing more. It
propriety,
of .Constitution, of al bank the Union has any Territory or Districtof. United States gives us pleasure to tha foifowiw
ful interposition. .the jus. \to operate per te over the bill as asserting for Congress the rightto Exports. Imports. mak
and in State witV the assent of such correction. It '
tice, and oftherghtoffree discussion those been a question of dispute from the origin of any officeor incorporate a United States Bank withpower 1840. 132,085,918. 107,141,510. appears tbe bua n. .
said
'odious; abstractions-would reach ,hip! object t our Government. Men most justLy and de. State ; and when estahished, the and to establish offices of dis. : ty are deserving of great credit ,
.
right balance would have it of
offices withdrawn or removed Showing a as they iustec
shall be
only
'without delay: impediment. The Senator servedly esteemed for their, high intellectual and the several States of ; discredit we stated. We
count deposite m gave
by the said directorsprior to the expiration favour of this country of $24,944,4081 !11! facts
stands not alone in his hated of abstractions.He endowments, their patriotism, have. in regardto their near as could
this UnLn with without consent a bold
or get of
has.high examples for his strong dislike.' it, entertained different and conflicting o. of this charter, with tie previous assent of principle to which I have always heretofore; That is, we have exchanged 132 millions I a time ihem at ,the

Bonaparte detested and denounced them, tin' pinions. Congresses have differed. The Congress : Provided In respect to any and which I obtain worth of productions for 107 -millions worthof I
State which shall not,at the first season of opposed, can never my QUINcr, Aug.
der \\ne, name of ideaology and Cromwell II approval of one President have been followedby held after tire sanction. And, waiving all other considerations the same, and have gained the difference,, Dear Sir In your Z 184L
the thereof pas
Legislature paper 'n.t.
hem them in much adhorrence the the disapproval of another. The people
as
as other usual growing out of its other provisions, I 24 millions Heaven the country r unoer tbe bead of Indian-
himself. are'in' fact, the at different.times.have acquiesced in decisions sage of this act, by resolution, or preserve Depreditiont, in
They
,gentleman unconditionally assent return it to the House in which it originated, from the of such statesmen Andit I Gadsden County, have 'done
both for and has legislative proceeding ignorance you nodo.ubt:
object of detestation .to every plunderer, and'ci against. The country been,p with these to its
'to none more so than the highway man. He and still is agitated by this unsettled question.It or dissent to the establishment of such ffice my objections JOHN approval.TYLER. is to such a man as this, so enveloped in tho Ir unintentionally, great injustice to :at lea.t.

or offices within it such absent of the said thickest mist in relation three of a small party whohad a Lirnjish
to
meets. an .honest traveller on the road. The will suffice for me to say, that my own o. 16 1841. political economythat
Washington, August ,
And with lndiaua
'one armed and the other uuarmed. Whal t t pinion has been uniformly proclaimed to be state shall be thereafter presumed : the great Whig party wish to eonfide the some a few days since ,enow

stands between him and the purse nf the trav. against tho exercise of any such pow er by this provided, nevertheless, That whenever itshall Ma. LEVY, by leave of the House submitted, destinies of the country. frontier. The statement that the-or tav ofI

diet, but these detested abstractions-right Government. On all suitable occasions, du. become necessary and proper for carrying the following bill : I ho party, took a fright at the snoomcenest

justice, and law 1Youll 1 he pause and parley o during period of twenty five years the opinion into execution any of the powers grantd by A BILL Agreeably to previous notice for a meetingof of the Indians, M. untrue and wibftb

', about them 1 No; he,too, is for action I,,, thus entertained has been unreserved. the constitution, to estalish any office or To provide for the relief and protection orthe Delegates! nominate a caiulidate for the least foundation. That the mauerm

action, meaning plunder, plunder, plunder. ly expressed. I declared it in the Lcgisla. offices in any of lh3 slates whatever and the People of the United States against the Senate also for the Lower House in thii put right and justice done each al.
I
But the Senator does not limit his dislike tc I ture of my native State. In the the House of I establishment thereof shall be directel! by Indian banditti, now infesting the Territory .' ailed last low me to give a statement ol the circaro-

abstractions. He has mortal aversion t tc I Representatives, of the United States it has I law, it shall be the duty of tho said dir tors of Florida and State of Georgia. county on Saturday a goodly stances, obtained from .undoubted loU

the interference of the Executive with the been openly vindicated by me. In the Sen. to establish such office er offices accco ing. Be it enacted by the Senate and HOllIeoj number of Delegates, appeared and took their The fact are these. On SatulWr.

'subject submitted by the Constitution to the ate Chamber, in the presence and hearing ol f ly." Representatives of the United States in; eats, when it was Resolved to adjourn to infl. a small party of hunters ( numberall

action of Congress,and condemns, in strong V many who at this time members of that bodyit It will be seen that by this clause the Jirec- Congress assembled, That the following;I meet at the CourtHouse. on the 4th of Sept. mounted) discovered some fresh Indian

language, the practice adopted .by'the Executive :- has been affirmed and reaffirmed,in speech tors are invest-xl with the fullest po vcr Jo sums be allow to any person, or company of r rI where all delegates are respectfully requested; signs, being separated at the time, they immediately

of.recommending, in the annual mes. es and reports there made, and by votes there establish a branch in any State vWch has persons, entitling him or themselves to the I : to bo present.Appropriation. collected to give pursuit, supposing -

to be ', ::; h'1.j:... I kov. nn.t Yielded its assent ; and having once establish same, by the proofs hereinafter directed, to I from the signs there mast.bave been 5
pursued by Congress. Does he forge)t t } in tic last ed such branch .
; t It snail not afttfirards be for the Volunteers. or 6 in number. They then tbe l
wit For Indian
male the put onljr
: being over
that it is made his doty by the Constitution 1,I public! declaration which I made, and that but t withdrawn, except by order of Corgress.' uf thirteen every captured in the Terri ThH Star wants' to claim great merit for do;. (Ihe others having rn-of* with them It
c not only to give information, of the state ol f r before the I late presidential election I referred I Such is age yeaN
assent be
I to implied, and tobnve the at the time onAlhe trail, the Indiana
the Uijon but to recommend tory Florida or Stales of Georgia or Alabama the present Congress in comparison with the
: such measuresas I to my prcviously.exprcsscd force and
opinions as being sanction of
an about three and
actually ixpressedassent discovered
the of five thousand dollars for tho
he deem sum ; last, on account of the appropriation to mie
may and those then
: necessary expedi nt.- entertained With full I pay
by me. a "provided in respect to" State Indians, (12 or 12 number))
my female Indian on
or male Indian under fitting a
,
But why should the Senator take such disliketo : t knowledge of the opinions; thus entertained which shall every the volunteers. There is a great difference
not at the first sess'tm a' the Leg. the of thirteen, tho sum of two thousand log (bee tree) apparently unaware of (their
what he is pleased to call the interferenceof and never concealed, I was elected by the Islaturo thereof held after the of this I age between now and ihen. Then we had i f approach. They immediately charged
pissigo dollars for male Indian the j onth.m
over
;
the every
Executive ? Does he distrust the i people Vice President of the United States. act, by resolution, or other legisktive proceed. of thirteen, killed within the said Territory age of I r elegate110 wu ridiculing the volunteers, the Indians running off in the direc.

influence present incumbent 7 Does he fear that his I By the occurrence of a contingency provid.cd ing, unconditionally, assent or 'dissent to the Florida, or States Georgia or Alabama, the and making himrelf merry in the House and 1 lion of the hommocks, but being mounted,
or veto also stand between for by the constitution and
may arising underan establishment of I
such
office
or Jfficcs within I they
and the he sum of two thousand five hundred dollars ]:: no doubt vviih the members individually at were enabled.bcfor'they disappeared
pim measures is BO impatient to impressive disnensaliou of Providence, I I it, such assent of such shell be thereaf. the
in
state hammock lo give four fire the Indians .
Provided That in the of ,
the
adopt ? I must say that I regard the consti. succeeded to the Presidential office. Before ter case captives, I the employment of some ef the militia ''rid-
presumed. The
assent ordissent is to
I but
had this
be delivered the officerof returning one. They by
tutional, powers of the Executive, properly! entering( upon the duties of that office, I took I be expressed unconditionally, althejirst session I same some military to of commanding the United States i, ing to their palatoe patche ," &c. Now, time reached the hammock and out number-
,
posts '
understood, with feelings very different from I an oath that 1 would preserve!! protect, and I of the Lcgislatureby some formal legis. who is hereby required to give a certificate however, we have a Delegate who i really in"," ihem, one of my brothers being badly!
the
Senator. proper -
defend i
According to my opinion, when I !the constitution of the United States." lative act and if not its anxious to the wounded
they are restricted within the limits the ; so expressed1 assent thereof, to serve as proof to the cap.. : get appropriation, and whoha5 they deemed further pursuit improper .
assigned' I Entertaining opinions alluded to.und having IS to be implied; and the directors are there. taken to disabuse the and commenced
by the Constitution tors. And provided,also, That in the case : care minds of the collecting togetherthat
they are highly salutar taken this eath, the Senate and
the
They serve to moderate and check r. will country upen invested with power, at such time thereafter of wal riors killed, such killing shall be estab member of the false impressions made onI the} might remove him Being badly
the that 1 could
over- see nut give my sanction ton as they may please, to establish branch. wounded they carried bim short distance
lished reasonable bo made .
action Congress. This is by proofs to under i I thorn. The ia, the I
of the character consequence appropriation
eminently true measure described with which
es, cannot
afterwards
be withbrawn and remained
I (time their
direction of the Department of War. I l some ; during star
of
the
veto which will be made.
must almost i r-ut
power invaria. all
surrendering claim to the of resolve of
respect except by Congrest. No matterwhat the Indians
SEC. 2. And be it appeared to be
enacted That
bly, from its nature, interpose shield be honorable men-all confidence further coletig'hu
tho
of be the which
on
cause
tween the weaker and stronger interest and I' the self part may may operate all the personal property, belonging to any I I Mr. Consul Tr st. showed no disposition to pursue ; they
; people-nil respect-all regard for] with the Legislature, which either
left
preventsit I of the Indian finally them near where ef their
marauders some
it is that or which be We have read
perhaps circumstance wh'ch makes moral and may with some interest sundry
religious obligations ; without an from speaking, or addresses itself to its I found in their and for which had been shot. It is true that three of
it possession, I
BO unacceptable to the Senator. j observance of which no Government can be wisdom, to induce delay, its meat is to be no documents published by order of Congress party the did but
fire
But there is another white owner appeas, within the period of six party not was owinz entiretyto
branch Executive' prosperous and no psople can be happy. Iti t implied. This i iron rule is to to embracing the case of Mr Consul Tri. .
hich I gve way no months from the date of its capture, which I a want of an opportunity to do so, and
power" regard in ti very different i would Uj to commit a crime which 1 would I Circumstances-It is and Before

: )light i ; I mean that which originates in the I! not wilfully commit- to- o crain.. any_UJ carililv--, ---OJ -rOe- It is the luncuace unbending of the master inflexi.bil to the !.may---. .hereafter r't'lJ_be__captured..t.__ _c, r within> __ : !the Tern aI .i.,L. ,_ nr reading...h., these"" ..documents r .t -1-we ?had-L.vu no L not inr.rmnl'from apprehension I h... ..:.a..insinuated.,, (rn.by.your at.....
encroachments and overaction of ward and which iui: ui luuua, ur oitues ui vreorgia or: Alabama I mien iiia.s ui ' Congress. would justly subject me tr I vassal-an unconditional answer is" claimed I i : ; ;;; ;;: .
The powers of the Executive of themselves t the ridicule and scorn of all virtuous men. forthwith ; and delay, postponement in. shall enuro to the use and benefit of ri,'manufactured out of nothing, or what is nexi statement of' tJ parties and sobaeqQentexaminations

are very little formidable ; but when Congress I I deem it entirely unnecessary at this timeto capacity t* answer, produces a/j' or the captors thereof. to nothing, by men of a very. a very ordinary'.. 2 or 3 were killed ami perhaps
,implied as.
SKC. 3. And be it one or two wounded.
further enacted That
stretches its ,
powers-when it imposes enter the reasons which have which after share of genius if they their head I
upon brought sent ever .irrevocable... Mafty of once Itt
the commanders of all military be di. On our frontier al thin time there is a goorf
oppressive taxes-enacts high protective my mind to the convictions I feel and enter. the State elections have taken posts upon falsehoods
and
already
place, rected to receive and secure in safety all Indians manufacturing getting deal of excitement and,alarm*,and
branches out into lawless and wasteful ex. turn on this subject. They have been over without any knowledge, on -the of the the Ilpr
pan who may surrender themselves as up grossest exaggerations.We bend there i i. cause for it. You,,
penditures-when it associates itself with the and over again repeated. If of those that such j.pJ
some people, a question was't
? come up. prisoners at their respective posts. had, to be sure, read a good many ol r give this statement plate in o
banks and
who have
paper systems-when in preceed me in this high office have The
a representatives desire a Submissionof
may SBC. 4. And be it further enacted, the TVJiig the last .. else make such a one as will relieve anyone
words it during electioneering
psw adopts the measures recommenced entertained and avowed different opinions, I L the question to their constituents, Tat journals
preparatory the sums directed to be allowed from censure for I it is undeserved.
am sure
in this report, it clothes the Execu. yield all confidence that their conviction!I I to final action upon it. But this high by the firs campaign. und also some of their elec..
section of this Yours &c.
the
t live? with patronage and influence that may were sincere. I claim: only to have the privilege is denied ; whatever may be the entitling him or act themselves to person to the or persons shall /tionccni g speeches and pamphlets, and we JAMI Al.

well be dreaded. It is that which makes the same measure muted out to myself. With motives and views!! entertained th'e same, thought we had to the GILCDI.1.
by
: ne
j representatives b paid in the following manner, to wit : for got plusulra of 1 r P. S. It is thought that there were two
Executive truly formidable, and the out going further into the I will I of
gives te argument, the people to i induce delay, fabrication. But certain
one fourth part a certificate or certificates of ro ; a Ferdinand parties ; the bunting parly, first discovered
Presidential canvass such violence and that, in looking to the of this Gov. their is
say assent bo and is
corrupUon to
powers presumed, ever af.
indebtedness shall issued by the Secretaryof Clark and a Dr. Bumstead of Havana, beat: united.with Ihe other at the Bee Tree, which
as to shake our system to its centro. ernment to collect, safely keep, and disbursethe teruards binding, unless their dissent shall b
Treasury, aver of the claimant or them all hollow incieaacd the number to 12 or 13.
I shall now conclude my remarks with a public revenue, and incidentally to regulate be unconditionally expressed at their first claimants
receivable for
hasty notice of what the Senator said in re. the commerce and exchanges 1 hive not session a ft or the passage of this bill into a for the residue, like certificate all public dues ; and. Strange us this may seem to our readers,,I I For the Floridian.
a
ference to myself. He undertook to remindme been able to satisfy ID'selfthat the establish. law. They may, by formal: resolution, de- receivable at of the land offices or in who, with us, may have read Iho Whig jour. Meeting at Monticello.In .

of the positio I 1 took in reference to theub.Treasury ment of this Government of a bank of dis. clare the question of assent or dissent to be: da in any for lands f'lor! nas! and the speeches and the pamphlets I,- pursuance to previous notice, the Antt;
public
at the extraordinary session count, in the ordinary acception of that term undecided and postponed ; and yet, in opposition Territory.SEO. payment. before referred to by us, this is a fncr.V 0 I Bank, Anti Bond party of Jefferson county,

of 1837. 1 retain a vivid recollection of was a necessary means, or one demanded by to their express declaration to the con. need met at Monticello on Thursday the 19th ins!.
5. And be scarcely that Mr. Trist
further enacted That demolishes
my course on that occasion, and especially propriety, to execute those powers. What trary, their assent is to be implied. Cases in. say I to select Delegates te mt i a Convention

relates to what he would recall to my mem. can the local discounts of the bar.k have: to numerable might 1 bo sighted to manifest the shall any person from being the head of a family, who the whole fabric of falsehood. He show to be held at Tallahassee on Siiuda11h
; and after the first .
ory, and I assure him that time, so far from do with the collecting,safe-koeping, and disbursing irrationality of such au inference. Lei one day ofNovem.ber by documen'ary evidence iu almost every 21.1 of the present mnnb, for : purposeof .
next time
'changing, has but confirmed the opinions I of the revenue 7 So far as the or two in addition suffico. The popular months or at any within eighteen case, that there has not been tbe slightest t nominating I candidate to ruo for the&.

then expressed. I then, and still object to a mere discounting of parper is concerned, it i is branch of the Lcgislature may express its suth there.tter of a line, to settle be hereinafter himself described at anyplace foundation for the charges made against him,, ate in the Middle District of For.,to fill l$

National\ lUnk,because,among other reasons quite immatterial to this question whether the dissent by a unanimous vote and its resolu. and shall cultivate the soil and nnd that in some cases his conduct has beep ihe vacancy occasioned by

U tends to centralize the business and currency discount is obtained at a State bank or at a tion may be defeated by a .tie voto of the such settlement and continue directly the of Wm. P. Dnval, and alsi t choose candidates

of the country at the point where it is Io- United States bank. They are both squally\ Senate ; and yet (the assent is to be implied. mination of Indian) hostilities residence in until Florida the ter. him. reverse of that charged upon to represent ibis County in the lower

bated; and to favor tho Sub-Treasury be. local-both beginning and both ending in a Both branches of the Legislature may con. be shall House.

.'- Cause it has no such tendency. I shail not local accommadation. What influence have cur in a resolution of decided dissent, and land entitled to donation of a half section of Air Commander Babbit of the Frigate On motion of \V m. R. Taylor, the meting

undertake to repeat the reasons I. then adVanced local discounts, granted by and form of bank yet the Governor may exert tho ulo power half,section including of his settlement, or such other Boston, looks mighty little in some of the was called to order, Col. John A. Cutb-

in support! of thy opinion.1 It would in the regulating of the currency and the exchanges conferred on him by tho State ,constitution, within six land of, as said settler may select transactions. bert was called to tbe Chair, and John S.

; bo: out of place ; but avail 'myself of the' 1 Let the history of the late United L and their legislative action be defeated ; and L Provided mile That such the place of his settlement, A more triumphant refutation of packof Devine appointed Secretary. The object ef
selection be made a
occasion to sayt thAt'' I would not divest New States Bank aid in with. the by
us answering this in. yet the assent of the legislative authority is; in six months after falsehoods have meeting wits then clearly explained
tho of the we never seen, than this I
York of a of her natural surveys same the Chairman motion of'Cot EiB.jBlackburn.a
partic'e advat-tages: I quiry.For implied, and the directors of this contemplat.' shall have been I of Mr. Tri.. and on ,
completed. And
but, at 'the same time, I would resist any several years after the establishment: ed institution arc authorised to establish a also That in provided, t. committee of three .were ap-

ttempt to' aggrandize her, or any other city' of that institution, it dealt almost exclusively branch or branches in such State, whenever in such, selection every shall instance bo determined tho preference Now that President Tyler has vetoed the pointed represent Jefferson County th

at the expense of the others. Our systemis in Jocal discounts ; and during that period the they may find it conducive to the inter. under by theprioiityofsettlement Bank Bill, the Whigs are loud in their declamation Convention, and the following gentlemen

built oh\ justice' and equality, and I would country was, far the most part, disappointedin I cst of the stockholders to do so ; and having and in sch such regulation that the were selected a Delegates,
manner, tho of Bank
as Commissioner question Bank
i orno
t JJe as rigid'in observing it between one place' the consequences anticipated from incorporation. once established it, they can under no cir. the General Land of! JOS. A. GILLISS.
Office
and another as between individu. 1s. Jqsticeto A uniform currency was not pro. cumstances withdraw it, except by act of SEC. 6. And be it may prescribe. was decided in the election of Gen Harrison I THOS. JEFF. HEIR,

all, and privileges to none, is. my, maxim. vided, were n )t regulated, and little or noth Congress. The Stato may:afterwards pro. 'the wife of settler further aforesaid enacted, Tat and that the almost unanimous voice of tin S. B. BARRONTON.On .
any as .
the ) ing was added to the general circulation; and I test against such unjust inference but this ing on said land, and complying ,with country was, give us a National Bank ; and I motion of Cot E. E._Blackburn, Col.W. !.
Correspondence: of JHCrrwry. the
( in
1830 its embarrassments had become
so authority is Its assent is implied by now John Tyler-the ,
is : gone. provisions of the above section, shall be providential President L D. Moseley and Major John L. Taylor
WASHINGTON 1841.
August that the directors entitled
great petitioned Congress I its failure or inability to act at its first session the
Mr. Calhoun II to a donation of a quarter section of popularity seeking John Tyler, has were nominated as fit. persona to represent
In the Senate this
morning, to repeal that article of the charter which I and its voice afterwards
heard.
can never t>e ,
laud ; of his children who had the audacity to veto the bill. i his county in the Lower House of the Leg*
the of l and I
presented proceeding* a largo meeting made its notes receivable everywhere in pay. To inferences<< so violent, and, as they seemto shal Thi i islature.
also
tfthe Republicans of Norfolk county, Virgi. meut of the public dues. It had, up to that t me, irrational, I cannot yield consent. with him as aforesaid, their cry now, but how was it before elec. '
my committee
entitled iu like On motion of Thomas Heir :
nia, in relation to the measures of the ExtraS period, dealt to but a very small extent In exchanges No court of justice would"'or could sanction manner t a donation of an lion ? The following extract from a Georgia Jef *

iaion. They' are in strong an4 decided either foreign or domestic ; and as I,I them, without reversing all that this established eighth of a section of land, to b located un. Whig paper will show. of three were appointed to obtain wait UPO t their
tiEr the .he above named and
language, and the right of repeal is asserted late as 1823 its operations in that line amount. in judicial proceeding, same restrictions provided in the said gentlemen
byintroducing From tho
Savinnah Cm.
presumptions foregoing section. Provided Republican, Sept 15, 1840. assent or dissent to the nomination.,
That in
F. in the following: ed to a little more than seven millions of dollars at variance wit \.foct and infer no
that of theolden I case shall the donation exceed .We suffered the W. D. Moseley ed running inc !-
; like the section
"Ruol e dcinocricy per annum. A very rapid augmentation I. ences at the expense of reason. A State in one inadvertently communication dec .*-
and half for quenco or requiring ,
private
time, who aruuie41he people to a sense soon after occurred and in 1833 its dealings I.p p a condition of duress would J be presumed to a any stler and his family. man of 1836 to I John
of hurled the maraunden from in SEC. 7. And enacted, yesterday without comment. The ( tention, in the mean time Major t
their danger, : the exchanges amounted to upwards of speak as an individual, manacled and in b further Tat pass fae
the Alien and Sedition prts. no donation shall acquired by i'we scarcely noticed the and pith of. Taylor consented to run, and .uo'. ntolion
and point
; hundred millions any
power1 repealed one of dollars, including the on, might bo presumed to be in the enjoy. ErBhrfc'
(awl, and "rescued the Constitution from desecration sales of its own drafts ; and all these im merit freedom. Far better to at the ment which may be made within tWO miles the last patagrnphi wherein our friend considers I T. J. Heir the name of Col Br ;

'and' ourselves, say of any military post established at the time o' the two candidates ns the champions I burn substituted for that of Col Moieley
outrage, we pledge mense transactions.wero effected without the and
bodily frankly--Congress wills, and sub. Colonel
should Congress pass ant tawestailiing! a employment of extraordinary means. The' mission is demanded. such settlement. of Bank and Anti.Bdnk. Mr Van Buren the nomination! was,consented toby: :

National Bank, distributing th'e proceeds of' currency of the country became sound, and It maybe said that the //directors, not SEC. 8., And be further enacted, That against and Gen Harrison* favor. He i Blackburn,and unanimous. confirmed# by:' I

the State debts, in the may no saletransfer, or lien, of the donations entirely mistaken, GEN HAftRRISON meeting. .
public'lands, or assuming' the negotiations exchanges: wo cariedon : establish branches Under1! such circurnstan.es. above
relax untill.these provided foi, shall be valid A CONSISTENT OPPONENT OF A It was moved by Col James 'Baugh,.I jand.econded
never'to our exertions' un. at the lowest possible rates. _The circula. But this is a of ,and ,_or in any.
constitutional and dangerous enactments shall lion i increased than qnestipn power, wise recognized before.patent.s shall 'have STATES.'BANK,and so voted that the proceeding*,oHhls"neatf
was to more 922,000,000 this bill invests: ,them ,if ",\ 'U, power to do UNITE ; u_ JnSr*
to 'expunged from our statute books, and- thearidity and the notes of the bank)( were: regarded as so. If the ''Legislature: fvNew York, or ben Umied for the nanva. c* .ions Sof( r as" we know., 'T. 19 pubuher! 10 th.'F. 0. I'
national be vindicated SEC. 9. And be further enacted 'at large a ;u, OI.091 .D ; Jas.'A.
_
Ma: of our compact...'." q al'o specie all over the country' ; thus Pennsylvania, or any othc r State, should be I t the line referred to i tho fifth section Tat I Harpy N ENT BANK.asIheir l adjourned.JOHN. A '1 .: )
rnauttatned. : showing, almost conclusively'\ that it was found to be in such conditiojj vs have sup, tis }
After the proceedings had been read, Mr the! capacity to deal in exchanges,, and not in posed, courd there be any security furnished)' I act shall be as inlet follow, to wit : Commencing I opponents..J S. A. CuiBER Tp' ; ':

Caibouh moved that:they be printed which l local discounts, which furnished( these facilities against such a step en the part of the directors I at Matanzas on the Atlantic coast, and We JOlt .
wai evi.deritly I i unning I thence in a direct line to Pilatka 520 b/ the. Star and Sentinel each In another Column will found tIle
agreed to-){;. CUy'aequJesciilg, and' advantages. It may be remarked T Nay, is it not fairly to be presumed en llht b Ve"
t t the St. John's river thence I h have the publication of the Laws U. ,
being convinced bribe frqitles>nes ef too, that notwithstanding the!immense'tr Ds. thut this proviso,was introduced'for? the sole to Fort Runel "" ,of the Menage ,of.President Tyler.' Itspeaisfor:

his. efforts to gag the freemen. 'I. of'the.. land. actions of the bank in the purchase of exchange ;- purpose of,meeting the contingency referred! t 1 thence to Fort Wheelkthence t For S. 10w j, this t, Two paptrra ,in, anei q itself and.contains ira
_.'"' c' .w
f' the losses ',sustained were merely to 7 Why else should it have been (introduced ,Wnuahooticp thence.t Fanning, 'a t t trict t, when heretofore the Floridian has rind : utwillsave 'country j

Successful VilUitiy.' -We' learn: cay the nominal ; whit in the Has-'or discounts the 7 And I submit to the Senate, whether hence west to c. of the Gull of '4 considered: a sufficient mdiu. Is .,this of.the Bank t '
Philadelphia U. 8. Gazette of.'last Utsdnetday C o.- petition 'iit.W'I ,. J
suspended debt was enormous'arid proved it can be believed that would mother 'ofr
: mj.y3u tie I act foniDo, the that
that whilf J Mr. Ntcholai Biddle,was yesterday ; ( O: By reference power :wts ) ; . ; '
fti '
'
the! window the Post most disastrous ,t to the bank.of. the country.Its likely Will quietly downuoder.fuch( a $tate'oftbin to our' advertising.colimositwill I. I b e consider it to satisfy the tehole'f :,
standing'at ..r power of locaI4iscunt has fact, ? In ., .f t necessary Oz'We uadefaadwaa that L
in proved I a greal! measure public in b reeived that."t sale ofmJperty t.'S B
O&k*, Oflw'ceooodrel l took from hit pocket ; e r> ,the Whig party ,hereOr dO De>
I to b. fruitful source favoritism.,and cor* I rereit, their patriotism: miv'be. successfully I p which was to have ,taken i1 : p i.\
it considerable place at teI1'd"
; book, containing. a saountof ,'ruption,alike .destructive to the! public morals I appeal to ; but to infer.t thsir aassant! from cir.i S; Joseph on 16th in.t t I p Bailment of,State conser thsmii- the'16 on ooaVdxata. %of deatk ..

; I sod.. to-.a general we!. i cumsUnces at war with such inference. ', .I1 j 1st t of Sttb th!. i postponed, till S)tar und Sentinel jjustequal, the Florjditq t -1,.I.dib wg" i -,, -%. /''.11

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Forester Capt. Wray,.1 on the Mr.:'HA. L9T. AI CTJON.SALES.I _
fhe ;'teana packet I1ra 'WedndSdWldMjbw diis place ao4co :
irrirod yesterday from Pilatka. A friend below -Congressional '- 'S&mns1iftkblIi 1 ',p.de&-Boat _'N .

bas politely tendered us the use of the following 1.. The which.will be found given b.J..S911ota fN.tIOGwade ..,able --I, 11'I. '9002 : .
wheels of enclosed we the,firs*'if K.. I.gt, -1840, dale act ncdleetd ,
", : ) Japs 'Spear for *30jnad AUCTIONEER Alt B COMMISSION
one *
payable '
letter received in this &c. by at another time it was y \. "
Extract of a city I ; on 25th goYetabr1840, date .act neeJlacted., all ERCUAJ1T, J

c1ated tunately an hour for use this payable,...Her Barney. AMa tbrte receipt from .TTTiaMeg _
"PILA TKA, August 13. kirk, Dr. E. A.OJboa d for three tfotes against JfessbSJiae State Mantel's Sale. BOBEJBT J. 'HACL

"Concerning the war I can give you a fewrenrkI. occurred.She ) of 050 each. All persons are cautioned a. ,B ..inti. 0(-'a fi. fa.,issued oat of the SnperU J'7.
riM trading for any of the above Notes, as they or Court of Calhotta Ceurty,ia favor of the AUCfIONE
In the fin place, the'poopi.*, as 18th. 1641. S wffl be renewed Unieo Bank .
and be of no use-to the p tehuer. of Florida! '. the Lake IWimic AND.
you observe in your letter, ay that the war whole Bankrupt bill which The firmer will confer a favor by leaving themat and SL: Joseph -Canal and Railroad -Company, I .

Vas nearly over. And so it is,but in another fell victims the table of the this Office. hue levied pon. and will offer for sale at public SALE DAYS-WednesdaysAdiatniatralor f irntardays.S .

vii.. In my humble opinion I think that the one -. and passed "* ? -David- Barney. -outcry ** Sale* -

war U all over cc Florida. large amendment as it -TaUahusee-, Aug.. Iat,1Sd1.JILMILTONIRERIFF'S- -.0. tie 16J& day of August next, WILL b sold to the bigheal bJ4itoa; 'a1

"Last week a friend was riding from Fort two.thirds than a postponement SALE. in frott or the Court 110... door. in the city of wr OMrfttb *aj of

Ttrrer home to Fort Harlee; he was leading families, into operation, from ILL*be seld before the Cart Itoose door Joseph. ,within the legal boors-4r sale! ,(and shall SHAG bet tb.r.ry i.(,IU1

of his horses, which a friend in company and the In this amendment the ;v'f ia the town of Jasper, Hamilton county, .coR'Jos the the same from da/to day until disposed ef) '

toe rode, to Fort Tanrer, back home. About 7 tab of tbe ( ) so that the bill as on the the property following ef described the Lake property Wionico, "levied and St.upon'Joseph as Clothes, Clothing, .Household, and -

edes from Fort Tarver bet was fired at by crew only originally, only wants ,Faurft.Saturday in September, next, Canal and Railroad Company, by order of the &i.c -" -, .

I0dtBC\-tbe ant shot cut the bridle of the to became a betwe.a.u..voalhourn of sale, the west half of Plain tiflj. Kitcn"Furiitu' ''." .
The
the. the N K. quarter of section 7 1, ALSO _.. HAC1 Au'r.
Township
in two andtbe horse speech of the Chair- Range :
bb was leading is.
Vane Treasury I 1".t(. & E.Icfied tho Aog.
} ate M of
Mathew
the next salute his jacket was which reported the bill property BY viitue of a decree issued out of l the Supe AH! clothm '
baring
cot for home; House, Mic tier to satisfy an execution issued from the Court for tbe District of pIl. ; or m1
and he received a slight wound speech fully explains County ConrtofUamiKon : Apalaehieola, .t the Store by said ,
bullet
torn by nate, and I County,on a Bond jrtTen sitting in Calhoun County in Equity in which the ar
this time after it is of by the said Mather Mickler requested to come for ward on Ik*morning previous
so for tire
in the neck. By escaping respondent worthy your support of Southern Life Insurance and Trust Co., Green tibe aboro tale,
.4 bullets or a whole shower of them, ho President.Phe yours. tho illegitimate child of, Elenor Mickler. the said Chaires, William West d. al. complainants, prove propl'ac take it away.
many M. Mickler, being the refuted father of the said Adm'x.
and the Lake Wimico and St.
tracks
high time to make so Joseph Canal and
it -
thought was -The Woodstock (N. illegotiinare' child. This being the second yevly Railroad Company, and John D. BOABDIKC HOUSE
.
and went home at full Gray tf. L are .
be fpurred his horse disonian is that the payment due! on the said bond there baring ben: defendants ban )levied
: ) reported one made the upon, and will offer! for THE Subscriber would inform ,Urn :peeaJe of
"Sub. and Maca. I payment on stme. sale at public outcry, on the 16th day of August Leon, and who visit this
:ust Sunday, Mrs. S- returned from inents to Canada, and that the Property said bond.pointed out by Daniel Bell security on next, in front of the Court House door, in the city place, that they caa fn 6thO as good accommodationsat may
JOHN! G. .
Fort Harlee (where she had been on a visit) pealing the 69th Regiment, I I Hamilton SMITH.Sheiffof of St. Joseph, within the legal hours of tale and his house, as at any house i.this pest or, the
Co.
Garey's Ferry. About two hours before concurred Jon! WHKUCT Lowx- :, Gusrdan shall continue the same from day to day until finished country. He only wants a trial to prove bw ..
to I ,) the following described
tion.
to wit : JAMES
property RAMSEY.
called Wtdew Monroe'splace.
she pawed 12 miles a place)from Fort Harlee and 15 from fore only the Times, from se I AUf. tl for, said illegitimatt 5w4 child. Township 7, South Range 11, West. Port Leon, July 31. lw.

Creek.. Mr. Chamberlain was shot at by to become Companies of U. ;I received on consignment, and for sale Fraetiopal8eC. No. 8,containing 36 acres; A PROCLAMATION ,*;
'iI the Treasury :>> proceeded to the !I JUST ralo- Do do No. 9,loU 5. ii, 12 and 13, do. 1434:
THE
When
BY
; several Indians but cscnped unhurt. provides ; We hope that our 50 barrels Whiskey ; Sect. No. 22, cont'g 636 47-100 acres; GOVERNOR OF FLORIDA.

: Mrs. S. came to the place above mentioned, repeals ( watchful over their I 25! common Gin ; Frac. Sect. No. 21 t, lots 1 and 2, 102 60 100; WHEREAS, it baa been eat racrlYlade

und seeing the signs she rode with her bro. State ) eye 10 qr. pipes Holland/ Gin ; W haHand S E quarter. No. 23, 481; t me, that an
in at full speed. 10 1.l"! Cogniac Brandy, Anscignette Frac. S ther company 13th aud brand; W half of sect. No J5, 321 46.100; Lon county,n th charge of mnrdei, was on the
betweenthis
"Last Saturday the express nder law of Fifty Saw Brain- 25 barrels Water Crackers : Fwc. Sect. No. 26, lots 1, 2, 3,4,6.7.8,9,10 and day of June, the present year admitted to

place and Fort Russell was shot at about notes to by 3X( sacks, salt. 1:. W. DORSEY. 15, con'g 101 80-100 :acres bail, and discharged by persons ae111" Justice of
three miJes from Fort Holmes, at a place call. The : & FISHER. Au?.201841. Frac. Sect. No. 35. con'g 379 47 100; the Peace, and that lie is now Urge. And
I 5tf Sect.No. 641 whereas it has beer further mad. to
ed Horse Shoe Hammock. He was shot at 36con'g 28-100. appear; the
Indians and escaped unhurt. About in COMMISSION $40 Reward. Township 8, South Range 11, West. commissions of the person actinz and admitting
three ,
bv Fort Holmes he The It tNA WAY from tho subscriber on the 4th day Fractional Section, No.1, coirg.G25 63-100 sores said Alston to bai. had and thI they
this side of as was
one mile rations of May last a brght; Mulatto Boy by the name Do do 2. u 14453tOODo : .. were not at .rori of the
riding abng, he saw two more Indians coming If the LEON. of Hillary' about 5 feet 8 or 9 inches hiph, slignl< do 12, 16 55157-100 .. Peac, and their acts as a therefor,nail

.- towards him; he passed them under spur and Bank Bill continues to carry on the built tad ef good address and pleasing manners; Do do 1-J; 59247.100 M void.Now jgj
and came flying into town. About a all its branches. From about t thirty two years old or thereabout.The Do do 23.u 542G-100 M therefore pursuance of law, I hereby
whip, thrown offer reward
of
half an hour afterwards two companies of acquaintance with above reward will be paid in thfc currencyof Do do 24, 63C 1-2 II for the a arrest of Two the said Hundred Willis Den
:
patronage, thc country to any person who will deliver the Do do 26, 95 20-100 Alt bi
started in pursuit. They left at delivery to the Marshal of the
Dragoons ) I above biy to the subscriber or safely lodge him in Do do 35, '. 5369-100 .' D1 o
8 o'clock the same evening, and have not yet any Jail in the Territory. M. SWAIM. Florida. And I do hereby direct % proper
as we find I Township 8, South Range 12, West. officers of this Territory to be vigilant
St.Marki.Ang.21.1842 4tf arresting
returned. & J J. H.
POPE Fractional Soetion, No. 2, cont'g 325 77-100 acres the said Alan..n placing him .rJM/xy. "
Mrs. S. arrived last evening in the New. nnbe 1Jnder8lned"ing; purJL Do do 11, 23928-1001 Given under my kand, and the
0' .. bern, from Jacksonville, and she told me that Hoverjor, themselves in the prac. abased the entire stock of Do do 14.II 24,1 40-100 [i.. ..j] the Territory at .aHahane e t.a

the Indians had dettreyed a house and a crop' Whig offer their professional! Drugs, Medicines, Ac. Do co 13, 20 16Ui djy of June,A.D. 1841.K. .

about 12 miles from Fort Harlee. I also re- I ket System anti adjacent 'a'.ely owned by Dr.IL L.. Bakerof this Do da 23 S8 28-100 .. .. K..CAL
243. The their friends Do do 24, If ofl92.loo" Governor .
riders ely, respectfully.in and Flrda
that *
two
ceied information express : i Drug Store,
Do do July 6,
too that have done 25lotsl,3k4,1l0&3.100 l3f.
Democrats public, they so with a '
were killed a short time ago on the other side \ 5tf_
vitwof establishing a FEaxAXEvr! BCFIT8s ALSO Notice
. of Fort Fanning; after the Indians killed them Whigs!:!- > under tke firm of POPE & ROBINSON,and I I Lots No. 5, in square 2; STR A YBD or Stolen from Bt k"wo. Plan-

they quartered them-cut them to pieces, ajid crats, and from Tallahassee, my respectfully/ solicit a share of patronage. In addition I Do 4 and 5, in square 3; tion near Talahus o o but te 4th

laid the pieces across the road. 3 to the ", i.i authorised to act as to the stock now on hand tb *y will receive Do 1, 5, 6,7,12 and 13, in square 8; of July last, a Bay bearing appearance

"Now, dear sir! I leave it to you to appear to will also be prepared by thc first arrirals! from New YOlk, a further supply Do 4,5,6,7 and 12, in square 9; of a horse turning grey sgej from IX to I
my I The line of buRinris, and of Drug; tog ther with a genual assortment Do 9, in square 10; hand. high, slightly marked with harness, sad
is not. '
t.. judge! whether the war over or Watchman all kinds of ofFANCY Do II and 12, in square: 11, rather poor condition. A liberal reward will be

; know: a good many Indians have come in at ARTICLES, PAINTS, OILS, Do 3,in nqnate 14; for his return to the Plantation or ti the subscriberat
r" Tampa.but believe me, sir, that there are rity for GARDEN SEEDSand Do Monticollo. THOS. JEFF. HEIR.
10
workmanlike style, with 1,5.6,7,8,9, 11. 12, 13 & 14, sq. 16;
more Indians in Florida than anybody ever thousand; ; : all other articles usually kept in such establish Do 10, in square 17; Tallahassee. Aug. 14. 1841.

! was aware of.Vhat signifies 50 Indians at Ticket ANDREW SCOTT. ments, which they propone to 1Itlli0w for CASHor Do 3, 4,5, 7 and 1 11. in square 19; It. 4. BERNARD'S

Tampa and only a few warriors among them. tower says: : 5-6w on* *credit U puuctnal cuntimers. Do I, % and 3, in square 20; Remedy fo Dyl Diarrhea, Summer
All Square 21
articles sold warranted fres ;
by us are
This war will not be over till every Indian is cratic and genuine. JOHN H- POPE Lots Nos 6 and I 12, in square 22; Complaint, Ci Cramps and Spasms

out of the country." be 7. In } against the es. J. S. ROB1NON.Tatlahassee.Aiig. : Square 23; IN all the this Medicine has

The scouting party mentioned above, has the deceased are here 13, le41. 3tf Lots No 2, in square 2C; a certain remedy, both to children and
sent name to the subscriber Do 6,7,11 and 12, in 27 adult Numerous tnl moniat are given of its
returned, after tracing tbe Indians into a ham- ,1 AdminiMrafor's Notice.TflhlE square ; which
not be less prescribed by law.- undersigned obtained letters of Do. If, in square 28; efccy. may b f.n the Medicine i.ald. .
of the having
miles lust all .
mock 2 or 3 3 they signs Prepared by Robert S. Beratrd, .
said! estate: are request _L Administration; of the estate of John F. Do f,2,4,5and 10,in square 29; For sale in Tailabasse Norfolk
traiL In : Kackler, late of L on County deceased request Square 30; by

ernor ( ) ( ) ANN CLARKE all/ persons indebted to the said estate! to call and settle Do 31; sep4 D.H.AMES.TO .

LATER FROM FLORIDA. } 381. For ( ) of T B Clarke dee'd. immediately, and there holding claim againstthe Lots :'40.. 3, 4, 5,6,8,9. 11, 12, 13 14, in sq.32; THE PUBLIC.

--: Since the above was in type, we learn dan, (D.) > 5-8* estate to present them duly authenticated, as Square 33; IN consequence of the publication of an article
:( l4t'V.I the !law, dirc,ta. Do 34; the signature of Querist, alledgiog the liabilities
Newbern
from a passenger in the steamer ,* (W.) 1358 ( ) ( )
I JOJIN W. LAVINUS, Adm'r Do 35 except lots 8 and 9; of the merchants of this place to the Union
; who came from Tampa, that 207 Indians are 905. Marshal| {sand other Con. TallahaxsAQg. 21, 4 8w LoU Nos. 11 and 12, in square 37; Bank of Florida, we deem it necessary, in

to be shipped on the 20th tnsu from Tampa. | 178,, Tallahassee will be V. .8. Sale. Do 2,3.4,5,6,7, 8, 9, 10, II, 12, 1 13, 14, sq. 33; to ourselves, to say tbd we have never ju
plarshal's
It Is reported that there were 16 of AtJeckTurtenugre' Roane ( out for a Negro Man Fi. under foreclosure Square 39; Bank, at any one time, more than $10,000and.at
: Q.uin- fa. oj
plantation near mortgage.
and that Do 40, except Jots 7 nnd 8; wo are not one cent,
warriors present nor
at
Tampa, indebte ;
County, last. He is a very BY virtue 1)1'an execution issued under a De Do 41 : and jlnt.
; our
Col Worth sent two of them out to inform bout 300. thin face, thick lips from tbe Superior Court of the A p.la. Do 42; exceeded individually our liabilities. deposits ,

Attack that unles they ..carce'in: by the 16th | makes a knock kneed-had on a chieola District, sitting in Calhoun County in Do 43; July 10 KERR KIRKSET.

ho would hang the whole of them. .. ; legislative a small black cloth Cap Equity, wherein Joseph Chaires, executor of the De44; b &

t. O-: By the U. S. steamer Nevbern, Capt. i i iMcNulty and 13 last will and testament of Ben Chaires, deceased, Lots Nos. 7, 8, 9, 10 and 12. in square 45; THE Subscribers have this day disposed of
late of
with a Negro man be. Loon Coonty, and John Fonlane, of the Square 46; -.' stock of DRUGS, MEDICINE.tc.
l. we have received the St. Aligns.,| ILLI OI 13 miles from this place State Georgia, are complainants: and the Lake Do 47; to Mr. D. H. AKES, for whom_ .respectfully_
tine Sews, a..d the Herald of Friday last. ,j election in a sister living at Gen. Wimico and 8tj:Joseph Canal and Railroad Cnm. Do 48; licit a cootinu.pc of the confidence and tavor

& 13. works either at home or pany, are defendants, I havele'ied upon and will heretofore shown them. ,
1'.4UGUSTISEugust ( ) Loll Nos. 8, 9. 43, 44, 48..50.51,56.57.58,59.60,
The Overseers upon sell at public outcry, in front of the Court Home RANDOLPH LEWIS.
Two children of Mr. Morris 64 65 66, 67 68 69 70, 71 72,73- &
w daughters ( ) to look out for the above II oor, in the city of St. Joseph, 61,62,63, July! 31st, 1841.
82 S3, 84 85. t H6, ,
74,75,76,77,78,79.80. 81. ,
Simmons murdered in Jackson
were County, doubt are harbored by On the 16th next demands the
day of August 87, 88, 89,00.91.92. 1 93>> 94, and 95, and lots C All persons baring against firm,
about the end of July, by a gang of 30 4ndian are not only dangerous within the usual! hours of sale, (and continue the and D, in the Northern extension of the City of and those indebted, are requested to call on Mr.

*.-Herald. The ; same until finished) he following described property St. Joseph: Lewis (o settlement. *

I; From the Netrs. mostly not 1 b* in or about to wit- LoU Nos., 6.7,8,9,10, 1 ii. I 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17. J. H. RADOLH.

The Express was fired on, a few days I I' probable, that the they will of JOSEPH All the Railroad, known' as the ST. 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23. 2-1. 25, 26 27, 28,29, 30, iag ; 3 B. C LWI -
since ;j I' Virginia by way IOLA RAILROAD; and the IRON 31.3'l. 33,34,35, :3S;,37, 38 and 39, in the South subscriber having purchased from Messrs.
near the site of old Fort Holmes, on the head I Hill the ptopic THEREON, from lola on the Apalachicola riverto TiE
ern extension of the City of St. Joseph. & LEWIS their entire stock of
k Pilatka road. I : in Elawkinaville stop the the City ofSt. Joseph on the Bay of St. Joseph :
: more |' Sections 12 and 13, in Township S, south of range DRUGS MEDICINES\-e..respectfully requests
L A of 70 under Lieut. G W Pat. him in some. Jail so that together with all and singulir the Turn-outs. Sta.tiousBridgesWaro .
party men, than halt :! reasonable II I, west except such loU therein as have been a continuance of the patronage heretofore bcstawcd .
ton,2d Infantry, left Fort Russell on the 11th ; compensation Hoiues.Work ShopaWharves.Docks sold by the Lake Wimico and St.Joseph Canal o them.
Democrats M. A. ARMSTEAD.
L, iiwt for the of the ; &e&c.apparlenani and appcndant to said and Railroad Company, and fur which title All accounts will bo made specie rate, and
examining conn- 5-3w a
purpose and 18 } road, and used inconncctiun therewith to facilitate
; Bonds have been given; except. *xcptcd above bank notes will b taken only at their value. '
try between the Ocklawaha and the St. !. been Ihe transportation of passengers and freight, or the and also excepting the loU laid off in the D.. H.AMES.

Johns, as far south as Fort Butler. Alleck Legislature.t shall apply to the lion, proper and convesient transaction of hu..ines", together City of St. Joseph and the extensions thereof July 31. 1 1M1. 3 mag 7

Tnitenuggee and his party are supposed to Court of Jefferson coun with the margin of soil, land or estate, ap- which hate been levied upon separately, and are TO RENT .
I be ia that section of One of his .\ a on tho estate of pendant appurtouant to said Road. so advertised. .
J country. lahassce Also the Wagon Road, made near said road to Until the first of June next, small
a
I warriors himself Fort few county deceased. Section 4, Tovnshxp 4, Range -, -.
at
gave up King, a facilitate the same from St. Joseph to lola, .' the 23d A. CUTHBERT. the site oflOLA, such loU a
dayi since. points contiguous t> those place Comprising except a one of the most healthy and
(From the same) LIE A. 6w Also, all the Loe,molive Engines: and Tenders, have been sold by the Lake Wimico and Su parts of the town; with a pleasant kitchen

Extract of letter dated the Chair Freight Cars, Pueeugcr Cars, Dirt Cars Wagons, Joseph Canal and Railroad Company and for and well of good water. The Lot ar i No. 85,
a
Esq. I shall apply to the Hon Carla and Mule which' th Bonds have been given. in the North*Addition of.the City, at ecraer of
TAMPA, August 3. The Court of Leon County Alsoa, variety of Too!*, Materials and InsttumenlA Township 9, Range 1 Southwest. Virginia and Gadsden strestt. .

Our intelligence from Fort King is very on the estate of Dan- all of which will be more particularly described Fractional. sections, Nos. X, 14. I or further particulars enquire at this office.
cheering. Col. Riley has received a message by Charles soldier Capt. A. Rob. at the time iqd place of sale. ALSO : Jaly17I84I.. 51 "

from adopted : Brigade. Terms The Lake Wimico and St. Joseph
; AUeck Tuatenuggee, and we hope be CASH.PETER To Builders.
W. GAUTIERJr. Bridge .
C. C. HALL.
will be Railroad, *nd the IRON THEREON, commencing
: able to procure a conference: with have : Marshal of the Apalachicola Dutr'.ct.SU at the jnnction of the said road, togetherwith N the .44th of August put I will let t'the

him. The messenger reports that he is in Joseih.July 8Ui, 1M!. 52 the right of way of said Road from tho june -I j lowest bidder, at the a1ected te eo

bad spirits; has nothing to eat, and nothing the for cash ; Cbs riotee., The above sale is postponed until tion of the lola Road to the Depot at Lake Wimi. for building a Bridge for my pln
hut gofer shells to cook in; tbat the whites of the .. in co. and also the Wharves, kc. &c. at the Depot.Terms tahoe, stress the Ockloekney river, at a selected .
complete, got
have pushed him toe close; and if Sam Jones District of by up Wednesday the 1st day of September. CASH.PETER belo near Friay'. 'Fish Landinl..a short distance
of the W. GAUTIER, Jr. contad &
would only give up,he would at once come in. Florida. II. BOND 48 Marshal of the Apalachicola District. completed by the first day October next.

The messenger also reports, that all of his NOTICE. St. Joseph, July 8th 62 Bridge to b built out of the very bt ba&pine

field have been destroyed, as well as those HUNG ERFORD. at the Light House, The above sale is until timbei; covering to be 2 inches quartered -
of Tigertail's nod that all their strong holds, len, this / ., in the north CAPT. a GOOp HOUSE OF ENTERTAIN, postponed The crnlractors will b required t give p '

where tH their women and children. with worthy of Tallahassee, marked M ENT, aid only charges out dollar in good moneyor Wednesday the 1st day of Septem security Other particulars for the performance known .of the the above
on
ble and two in shinnies. 51 July 17 4 maCe slay.
04 their provisions; have been quietly garrisoned new, with out )houses, == = -,-.. ber. July 27, 184!. ROBT. .

: wee the war commenced, and where the foot well of water. For NOTICE. .
of the white man never was before known, the loss of at this office. A LL perrons having any demands .,.io.tJohn V. S. Marshal's ale! THE ADELPHI HOTL -
have been and of our 48 .L L Womble, late of Jefferson county, deceased virtue ef a fi. (issued out of the Superior F01DA
- had penetrated, every thing they nty, and or' Rent. will please render them properly attested within Court of Calhoun County,in th Aplchic THE. Subscriber notice to
destroyed. You may rely on it,the game cherish the time prescribed by Uw.'and those who are any la District, in favor of William R. friends and patrcaa of this,Ion> &
? nearly up with them : and the appoint- TWO-STORY ways indebted to the aaid deceased, will make Lake WimicoJ! and St Joseph Canal and RailroadCompany a.. blae HOTE that the building

meat of Cot Worth to the command here, worth and ; ;; eligibly silua. payment William Bndd, Esquire, Monticollo I hue levied open, and shall tl at ben FITTED UP IN

ooft honor to the War Office. with his near the centre of .ho is my authorised agent to settle said Estate, public outcr. A SUPERIOR STYLE Oe numerous rooms having

For the firrt time, I begin to think the Port Leon. A lib. HENRY WOMBLE, Adm'r. l tl) 16/A day of August next, been mL complete od",and
is war on good security. We t NOTICE. in Court House door, within the legal that lira Bouse has been reopened fo t accommodation
will nearly over, and I believe your citizens for wishing a favorable my absence from Florida, Mathias hours of salethe following described property, to REGULAR BOARDERS TRAV
r very soon be restored to their wonted poet DURING and L.J3. Harbour, are my authorised wit ELLERS, and that every a terton-; will bo paid

:: Pee and quiet which may God speedily will wear & ORMOND. I agents to settls accounts of Swaim and Madden Lots 4, in square 4; to their comfort and The ,Adelpni .

grant. space of 16lf and P. U. SWAIM. &,Co.. Do 3,4,5fland9insquarefl.Do has a Iea number of R.Bed Rooms u
PETER H. SWAIM. 1, in square and c
; subscriber on the 12th It atce. aemo&"a
I APP.LLiNG CALAMITY I Hogue, mare colt,a bright sorra St. MaIn May 2t. 1641-3m 43_ Do 6 and 7, illar 3 in the ,
: Destruction the Steamboat South half of The Subscriber will take
of Erie by fire, every step neeessarj t
thelot returning the said luar 5 "
gild tAe Iou / ONE HUNDRED AND ,, o person,will be satisfactory Tallaluusee, July* 19th, 1811.N LoU Nos. 40, !4 and 44, in the. southern hue his table always pltiCulyaprli with th
N absence from Un I have .
express to my Territory appointed extension; .
SEVENTY very
LIVES prtmsis
BEST
ta Ca
a We JOHN W. ADAMS.
for hare not room I. Jarffei Augustus Steele, ef Tampa Lots Not. 1,2,3 and 4, in square 75, southern ro- Che Hi Bar b furnished !
particulars of 40() .
this moat 'Those desirous of -
.
; painful occur. this their Bay, my agent. purchasing serve: the most choice WINES and LIQUORS,
f rwce, bat rqiAaM. them from the Buffalo! Reward portions ol my Land win apply to him. The lola ud St.Joseph Railroad;: together wit will bo attended with aft.active and oblirinr- :
.< oo c ;AdipprttMr.of tbe 10th "mat. the boy LEWIS,, wbo AU powers berejls/ai!* given by me to ethers, tbo iron thereon; keeper. 'f,f' THis
'i'S b _of the States SobecriSer in Aug.. hare been Snd ar, bait t1ad void; from the 14thSeptember The Locomotive Engines, called the "St. Joseph will moderate a.the tibe -.,
Lexington,some ,. charr b a *
igb. old built
slim
regular and is .IBM. tJUCHTX d. HACKLEY. the"Lain Wiaaieo.' '
toea maesfo*gooo erect of the kind has been the Court of the Mice July17 Cm ,_ 61- aD CASIL wi Uh assurances J
thye J
w fatal as the"destruction, of the steamer will be given for bis PETER W. GACTIER, Jr. the public ia his Kaw a.' I ha-f.J' I.
Eux, by fire oa the 9th i insL on Lake Erie. said miles south" west of mOTICE 'MESSRS. E.'A. HEIR>THO M District.SL .. zoiitdzluhsrwcfthe of> lbs.4.td
... .1." JEFF. HE1K4SOB will ala h'Aplci1
record o '
let
,
She on i : as my agents J.
left Buffalo of Uw
; the fame evening with more saniebesi : HUDSON. during toy absence ben the Territory Joseph,JII.1I! 181. a fllmea.a country g**" ,.
:: than Hro hundred paatecgen and vahiablo ; ",D. COLEMAI1. The abcfeak :pwtponed Until 2WOODAfr.i :" i
tary, and ''f: BCARBROUGH\ ,,
"t Mof, merchaodtce, for Chicago, and had .. Jw4OTICE. the \ Pro, .
day September.
not this city. '_ : ; Wadbesday o .Tallahaaooe. August 4. 1841. 3 .
proceeded more than thirty miles, when .... ME. .
p from IL G. from the subscriber, at EDWARD A. EUR., .. Beeelve "
tbel&ringofabsrrelovsrniah .L" aj duly aulhorised for the Tarrlt ,
on .11IDil..N.| W. of J. aveot '" of. :
the boiler ieck, she took fire, and before as. -, HORSE with a blaze riarida." '. JOHN' DAVENPORT." 30 '

znc. could reach her or site could be run. ( and ,'a saddle-mark oa J 1yO,1$4I; ;, '4U" *'t-C KOC '.,OChSpC.r.o.b- ; .

10 dae ahore,burned to the waters edge. The *Cf Dark .of said horse wilt be t Canfp'_ Cheap fer C.... S&veak*.after..tsttJaif a'.w-lv wil b mate ', .'- 'J ," -.4

"'had been / marks el .; and any person deliver ;BAROUCHES & BUGGT3 tho FhssTibsco'c '.", ;
rectsttly'repaired and it Aid CHARIOTEES of'Zioa fin IMOffi fllTnnr1n"-i
is .
malMM stables in Tallat. v kt .
the eaDsi,*.,...,;-1I -- /, -4
irarnjsh ? ? aiperi. or John F. BJ%*lalfrofiaie' Coonty .
was not entirely dry when she left ad Uie and for ..u. R
Jtafialo : style, nlo.at lfoa gii9 j jithreot M eomam.en311T ?.A. BAYW\.,
,, aDd that when the fire broke at this W. WILLIAMS G&OK .
out} it -'Co' -.LJ4IACICLEY-" Port tea Ang 81, 4 Feb. IS, 22 Peb. !7. 1M I. .




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P .H. bl' n :: 'I t .. blishers oJt tMtUobeh&veTeCSaIiJ 11 .i'i M_&
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IX NOTICE.: p his' Agent, Mat-'I St. Mark a PUtricUAltafihoWfer ,NOTICE. THEp' to 'tb..countrj)aneposiuen of the r a1aE2Em.&I '-ltbte t I* ,, .. a'.nd A8aTME Ct.
..Q WMU titer date wa i.h. subeeribers shall I .hl" 4 n subscribe fctre motives' 'the Federal L vnrl.e H .
3 SWW $ 5 THE formed which/prompted .t attempt bj to the manifest and stnalilf ..ctionot 1 5"C .
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J .ttjr'to the -Hoaora; the ofhe \ a ciarerbp .aoe .
Judge
: the
: j Isuid.JOly6th, piOfeIiOIr.$1d tb & by the tb CiktMis '
parj'\o &h.bm.nt and channels. life and -.taM .
fj
: rrate' log
enduing
c.1.Co..n of Lsloa for fetters of Ad. springs .
t and 75 *
Cennty, Ricbarel.. ) '.2 i Saperier County ofthe middle ditricU I awe & their. a't to "I Iapsrio Soar *
.miDiIlf. tia.. I en ,the. estate. ot Almas Ali. deceased.. Sam qoal. ,Ia tam.- and .in Uw Coon CoU .. Letter 01> t the Set ,They o showed that there were already, them:with, renewed_ tone and vlfor. .In many hundred 1 nb.onr ,,jalln'e;,, ...
C.H.BLOOD, Car bus'men should directed to J six certified case \rbich hare been.made public ; 'I.
N }5 Ataeb b Tt%ps. Her, MooUcello -. .W h a ."nt, I '
E.1L HALL:: S mL i *iidJu1yietb f 1.In or J. Mentl, or I about to"be lewapra i and in:.almost : species disease toi bichhe LARD ,
Tlaha, WUlDtoJ
fet a. ,
10r : ;
iAm tr \
; JU7 34841. and Heir FLOUR
Same same : at devoted to the dissemination of prlnip", human frame liable, happy, effect 'of

Notice. W. I) Aitchmet Co,$30. 'J. fcCANT. aD.. the .,1:>1. >

l IX,MONTHS after da>.1 shall apply to die Same. ) lSle JulyICtb,.1841. ,, "' f {'HI tlR, maki ovflrwhermjaff ftattery Federal pe have .LIFE.L&dPHOENI;publicly. I TOBAC. .! / l: 1
11. of tell with-the bl pttullan aDQW '
;i; Ja4CC of Leon Coaoty Court, for'a discharge Sam. ) In same CotuLr. 3 .at GournmC I ,,', .
fect t the character of the 4etbv the benefitted, and who were COFFEE fcc.Ac. <
Law persons ,
.from tbe. Esta'te. of Peter Peterson, deceased .. r) AttaehmDt. for $47 58. Notce.! rugh '
'. A. GREEN, Administrator. I fiame. J) Issued July 16th, 1841.. TiE Law Partnership. existing be Glob iaato.bntrnlabadita; moans imprhd. p ireviously unacquainted wi h the beutiiully phi Which they offer on reasonable terms. .

Aagost 5th.jei1. '3'8m Same ) In same Court. Win. P. Sf !'.II. Bunt, .this I political influenced 2
been dissolved mutual denunciation of infamy the part of the Federal den welt of
day by o l
,. | ynet.
4. oU > Attachment for $17 48. r.n..r.1 O&iTr-
: l in, the Senate the dead April
Thor H. -by throwing
'.Giftl WEKS after 'ciat., I ahall apply to the Same. ) Issued July 16th, 1841. Dota la and in Benjamin 1'. Allen, wU I leers of expenditure of $40,000 in preparation Tha LIFE MEDICINES recommend themselves 1 3 .>
under
Hon. Jd7ge of,the Bounty Coon of LeonCoantjr THE defendant and all others interested, are* I heranr Allen. partnenaip attend, the Su I. to do the Congressional work, on ,the hands of 1 3 in diseases of every form and de.ripLo. Their HEREBY %CAlTIOKI J _

.. for Letters of Administration on lhe.E" notified: of the institution of tbe above p frm orDunl1 Th.i Districts i its publishers, (the printers whose ',contract was first operation is to loosen of the' I.for the p fl
tat..r Almu. Ali, late of"said. de eued,. suits, in Justice Whiting's. Court attachment coat two notes let (oz% "r
1 County, and by 1,, "Florida, and also tho Court .of Appell.t TAl.lihae. !- violated.) and by having this whole work of defamation Itomachand the various impurities and I receipt, as: lam determined i .
RICHARD A: S\IINE.\ are required to appear at raid to b l lC \s and ruin accomplished by the judgment ol bwel. Bet t.
Tallahassee Aug., 18.1. held at,Su in the of art. ;A crudities constantly settling around them ; and p am alsodetermjned protect'f"Pi
the t
Iak County The office of the former is at, that of Senate of the Union to give it the sanction of t less
Notice. l last Saturday Ocor next, a ten o'clock A., the: later at Tallahassee, on th 5t* Joseph. sido, of the the highest tribunal known boor, count.rr. ,. Tbe remove the hardened feees which collect! in the 1 compelled bylaw. "i1..

weeks after da'ie t shall apply tothe Judge M. and .defend Capitol Square, in the office occupied by Judge work was done by a caucus packed majority of I convolutions of the 0'Imanet intestines. the I March 20, 1841. J : ?1At
SIX ,PETER. H. SWAIM. by his Agent Federalists, and the Editors of the Globe leAto medicines
!the county Court ef Leon coiinly', or letters Allen. are .only partially cleanse and lea"e p ( :
Of Administration on tbo"estate of John F. Brown. Matthiab J waim Plaintf. References.Tallahatut. sustain their establishment .by the patronage such collected missesbehindas the habitual Copy -
':.late of said county.jt o eued". St. Marks, Florida, July 16th. 1841. 5' R. K Call Thos. they may receive from political friends for the pa o receipt( fro J. D.,
., Brown, 'V m. P. l costiveness, with all its train of evils,or sudden I .Di
ROBERT HEIR. dadsdcn County Court. Duvall R. C. AllenJmes per they publish. Wo will not ask or receive the c'
E. Broome & Co. Kerr Br
Tallahassee, Aug. 11,1841.Tfotlcc.. Allen M'Kenzie, and Kirksey, James B. Gamble.Apalachicola.Wm. sort of lumping contributions by which the banks diarrhea with its imminent dangers. This fact is R eceived or A. F.' m nthjufl.
1 and Federal sustain their well known to all anatomists who examine promissory notei for
vs H. Brockenbrongh, G. politicians pre8.Ve regular I we hold 'p I.c
CM IX week after date l 1 ill all apply to.tha Rot Jacob D. ,Filer 4 Jehn ( July Term, 1841. Floyd I will abandon the publication of the Globe, if I it the human bowels after death; and hence the prejudice endorsed a follows,& ; SffSS

;39' Judge of tbe: .County 'Court of Leon ,County Jonellae copartners un! AtUhm't for 845,10[ .Joseh.-Wr. R. Daffin, Peer W. Gautier, cannot be supported by the regular subscription j of those well-informed men against quack} 1t or No.1838,(or 69,
the name and style of price of the paper. If such of our Democratic ma date payable to and
for letters of Administration on the' estate of Dennis Damages, 999,00 medicines, or medicines prepared and heralded to do b Ratn v'
Shea late of said deceased. J..D.Fisler&Co. June 1. 1841. friends whose circumstances do not justify a subscription Wet, and one note dated lit K
county, 45
r fl lf to the daily or wil the world by ignorant person Tho second effect L for 70. paoble Noyem 1b
$661
JOSEPH DpWLlNG. defendant and others interested are semi-weekly, paper eight months ; :
THE al LAW NOTICE. the o the Life Medicines is to cleanse the and I able and pal
issued
July 18, 1841. notified of above suit by attachment I. patronize cheaper publications by us-- kidneys eni0rwd by B- Ball,
Notice.Jgl and are required to appear and plead to the THE Union Bink of Florida, having tansrer ( Extra Globe-the Congressional Globe, and bladder, and, by this means, the liver and lung., signed by AeL Formy Duval.) we ,btt Ji
declaration filed in case to law. its business to other gentlemen of the t the Appendix-we Ihal be enabled to maintain I, the healthful action of which transmit t bi said i two. noU. pit
IX weeks after{ date we shall apply to the Judge sid according bar, we can now kc employed! to defend those who heretofore, our Congressional Reporters entirely depends op- .U soon u
$2f of the Court for Leon for Ic' I. FERGUSO Jr. F. Q. a corp ( on the regularity! of the The
County County urinary
Quincy, June 12. 1841. have been or may bo sued by the bank, in all cases at the cost of $ per annum, and to draw to organs. J. D. DISSOWAT &
3m46 3,0
lers ofadministralion! o1.t.he! estate of Benjamin C. -- where the crigincl summons or writ is Dado returnable our aid tome of tht ablest pens in our country,. blood, which takes its red color from the agency of Tallahassee, BROTIJEaS.
'Dean late of said1 Gndsdcii FebIl8 ws.rth0,1
County deceased. County Court. to the Aril or May terms theapproach We trust, under these circumstances,and at a time the liver and the longs befoe it passes into the. I

July)0.; t' .aI.sO'LtVI: CARLETON. Gcorgo W. Bruton, )I ing i churls in FlorIda.VM.P.. when the greatest interests of the country, end il heart, being thus urified by hem, and nourishedby I I NOTICE.
vs Term Subscribers offer
JAMES FISHER. 1841. for
July sale
H. DUVAL, future destiny are at slake the events THE the ; .
NOTICE.-- -- -, Jacob D. Fisler, and }j( Attachment. for *312,50 .TIOS.Attorneys Law. with which the first put year of the present upon Administraliot food coming from a clean stomach, courses p law for CUB fon"il r

SIX WEEJCS: after date the underfed will Jehu Jones. J Damages$30P: 0 Apri 3, 1841. la pregnant, that no individual who has the freely through the veins renews every part of thc I Cognac Brandy half pips cud or.eukt

to the Judge of the Coenty Court for THE defedant al others interented hereby cause of Democracy at heart, will hesitate to system, and triumphantly mounts the banner ol Holland Gin in bbU. '
J. O'B. .
BltANCli
L.
....>n Court,for Letters of Administration on the| j notifed of commencemet, of the above & this appeal when at the same time he will mee assured health in tbe blooming Whiskey do
suit associated themselves in the fetl cheek
Estate of Leigh Read, deceased, late of said Coun.t" by attachment, and are requested to appear HAVE practice Lard,in kegs
that this tax for his Mortal's
trifling own advantage I, Vegetable Life Medicines
'- JUOHARD: II. BRADFORD. and plead to the declaration in said case filed a... Law. One of them will always be sustain in have been I Floar, Molasses
July 10th.,1.841. 51 c cording law. found at their office. tried will and faithful triumph of at his Washington the long thoroughly te.te and pronounced a sovereign I Corn Hay

,- FERGUSON Jr, P.G. Joseph Branch. press party. remedy for Dyspepsia, Flatulency, Palpitation ftlanhaden and Fish in
OTICE.QIXmenthl Lawrence O'B. Branch. THE Exra GLOBK will be published weekly, ol r Co bU
Qnincy, Juno 12 1641. 3m48 Boxes Pickles
after date, the undei,signed' will apply Feb. 13, 1'.H. for six months, commencing on Wednesday,the the Heart,Loss Appetite, Hearlbujn and Headache 300bbls.Ljnie.McNAIJGIIT, quart jars

to the Hon. Judge of Leon County Court Leon County, Fla.--Justice's Con rt Law Notice. 19th of May, and ending-on the 19th November Releslnc8 Ill-temper, Anxiety, Languor

for letters of Dismission; as Administrator. of the Mol Clark ) St. Marks District. R. GKATTAN and E. C. CI next, making twen'y-six numbers;the last of which d Mlacholy ostivenen, Diarrhea, Cholera Port March 20th 1840.sub.criberrespectfuhly&. OR OND.
,
estate of Robert in ; r V Attachment for $31 CO. PEACHY will contain an index. Each number will contain Leon
Copeland, deceased right oiVis Richard having formed an association to practice Fevers of all kinds, Rheumatism Gout,Dropsies
4 wi feEIitabeth' G Pon der. H. Dlount) law,' under tho firm of GRATTAM & CUEL sixteen royal! quarto pages. I will contain principally of all kind?. Gravel, Worms Asthma and Con. TO l.fJIE PUBLIC;
W.G. PONDER, Adm'r. THE defendant and all others interested, are will attend the Courts of the Middle and Apalachicola political matter. The political aspect and, THE iforml the Cla.
March 20. 184 :HGal1.5dr.n notified of tho institution of the above District of Florida.| bearing cf the measures bcfora Congress during the sumption Scurvey, Ulcers. Inveterate Sores, Scorbutic Tallahassee, and more gcBeralrt

County Conn. suits by atachment. in Justice Whiting's Court, Office under the Union Bsnk. special session will be [fully developed, and when Eruptions And Bad Complexions, Eruptive ,of zens of the surrounding counties of the Tertr t cti

Jesse B. Innis, and aro lotil d to appnar at St. Mnrke on th e Feb-29--31CHAltLES the proceedings aro considered of much interest to Complaints, sallow,cloudy and other disagreeable l Florida, also of the adjacent counties Ge.

vs I I last Saturday in October next,at tin o'clock! A. !I. S. SIBLEY, the public, they will be given at length. Complexion, Salt Rheum, Erysipilas, Common gia, that he has rstablised buuself! >n the
I and defend the name in aid Court, then and thereto The Globe and DRUG AND CHEMICAL BUSINESS
Jacob D. Filler & Jehu July Term, 1841. ATTORNEY COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Congressional Appendix \i begin Colds and Influenza, and the various other ,
'Jones, cepartnerllI..in. the Attach't for $..87 32'name bo held. MOSES CLARK, Plaintiff! : FFF.RS his Professional iocs in the with the txtra session of Congress com complaints in the city of Tallahassee, at No.3 Berry's I.w.

: firm and style of J. j J Damages. $'OO.! St. Marks, Florida, July 1 61341. O tion of debts, &c., in Middli sen Florida.co He[c rnence on Monday, tho 31t of Nay next; and wil which afflict the human frame. In Fever (one door from the Pos Offict.)
NO"'ICE.NOTICE be continued the & Ague particularly, tho Life Medicines have been The quality of hi* stock of
D. Filler &Ce' JTHE will attend all the Courts in the M'ddle District.ICP ,. during session. The Congressional o Medicines f e. he
defendant and all others interested aro' i ill hereby given that an application I ill : Office in the New Court HoiISC. Globe will give an imparlia history of the moat eminently! successful much 1 that, in can safely and confidently! recommend t ti j sie

reb1 notified) of the commeoctnont of then 1rl Martha M. Reid, will be madi Tallahassee Feb. 13, 1841. proceedings of both Congress; and th 10 the Fever & Ague districts, physicians almost uni of the Public; knowledge aDd long experience
to the Judge County Court of St. Appendix will contain all the in the business, with his
John on boll rxtrasiva
bore suit by attachment, and arc requested to appear E. speeches venally them. tc-
and p1034 to the declaration filed in raid causeaewrding County, for Letters of Administration on the Es. CAUIZIFGTONC&BELL. sides of important subjects st full length as written precrib ,quaibtancu with the most respectable Northern and

to law. J. FERGUSON:: Jr. P. Q. tate 01 Hobcrt Raymond Rfidlate of said County;I QmM W fg out, or revised, by the members themselves AI! that Mr. Moffat. requires of his patients, i Ito European JOUu.his selections can be rid on.

Cluiiiey.Jnne 12. 1841. 3m46 deceased. 51 July 17th, 1841. Tallahassee, Florida. They will be printed I fut a the business of the: be particular in taking the Life Medicines strictly Genuine

Tho St. Augustine Herald please eopy.Administrator's practice in tho Courts, of the Middle to Houses furnishes matter for a number. It i il according tt the directions. I is not by a news Drgt. Chemical Patent '[Nic7'SwalJ
Leon COunty FJn.--.Jllsllcc's COlut.t WILL of Florida. certain that we will publish more numbers of each notice that he tntmentt, Points, ,, .
Sale. Office in the room order paper nor by any thing himselt may G/
St. Marks V trict. the Union Bank. that there wi be weeks in the session. They wi! in their ,that he hopes credit. and a extensive assortment o I Lfl
JoelEeweyJ.YI! } ",/ ILL he sold on the 15th September next ] be issued the same form as the Extra C say flor togain: It
order of the :n.3,8141. 27tf_ ;il alone by the results of a fair trial. PERFUMERY
>Atlachmen for $30. by Judge of the County Court I -- and a copious index to each. Nothing but lhe kewise

James M.Hsrris )h'zuedJuIy23, IC4I. of le"n lounty. Lot No. 203, in the North Addi ATTORNEY AND V. BUTLER COUNSELLOR, proceedings and speeches of Congress will bo ad. Bloflut's Medical Manual-designed A which he namerons will dispose FANCY of to ARTICLE aol

THE defendant and all persons interested will' Estate of: City of Tallahassee, belonging to the West Florida AT ./ fVPensacola milted into the Congressional Globe or Appendix:. a domestic guide to health. This little pamphlet I, friends and dealers, on the most liberal cuDr

notice of the commencement of the Grenvilie Sheppard deceased. These work being printed in a suitable form for f : edited by W. B.Moffat, 375 Broadway, N. Yorli Wholesale*and retaiiI!! trm I
"'
above suit attachment this. issued fiom. Jus. ELIZABETH CLEAVELAND; TILT practice in the Superior and County bindidg, copiobs indexes,will form valuable I :
by day July 31, 1811. 1 Couils of Enesmbia and Walton 1 h is been published for tie purpose of explaining He has also endeuore to meet the public lute
:jtice JVhitingV Court, and are notified to appear atraid Adriniltratrix. in the Court of Ceultiealso indeed, a necessary appendage to the library of moro Mr.MofTat'stbenry of and r by establishing
AppcaN at fully dieael
court at St. Marks, in the county of Leon, on NOTICE. Scp5, 1840 6DABJVEY Talahlle. the statesman and pltiran. giving, as they do, i a he found int. wil Soda Water Fountain
highly Testing to !
the first Saturday in November next at 10 o'clockA. an ntl emel! a complete epitom persons sce'ting on a new and highly improved principle,
M. and defend taid suit.JOEL. IX WEEKS after date I shall npply to the -VI U 'j' of tie political and legislative history of the period health. I treats upon prevalent disease,and th" makes and renders the Medical quality of. whiel water .

S DEWCY.ria'ff. hIon.Judge; of the County of1eonfor Letters ATTORNEY AND Co U 5 i F L J. ,) RAT LAW Subscriptions for the Extra Globe should 1 b e causes thereof. Price 2 cents-for sale by Mr efficacious and

"t. Marks July' 2S, 1841. 3m3 of Administration, late of this on the E"latc of Peter. G 'U.r.: .Monticello 11rida.WILL hero by the 26th May. and for the Congrcssiona Mortal's agents generally.id2 PnEscairno Ore -.Family agreeable.Mecicines, and Pttita-

Gndsden County Court. I.y County, deceased.J. F. practice law in severn Court of Globe and Appendix by the. 6th June next,to in. ; These valualle Medicines arc for sale b y tion supplies,carefully pnt op;and the most strict
C. hIA1tr.Y.
'
kindle! District and in sure all the numbers.
William. H.fMcMiHan 1vs July 21 I, 1C41. 6w A ppeal.. the Court of I TERMS. D. II. AMES. attention wii to the accuracy ant u.
ecution of .
-
July Term, 1811. Jan. 23, 1"41.OFFERS For I of the Extra Globe Dec.S 19Coton aUorde.f'
Jacob D. Fisler & Jehu > Attachment for Gadsdcl County Court I I' 6 copy ,. weighing The lubcriber h-ope through assdmtvaaJ, at
:
Jone,by the name, firm f $13603.I Isaac JANIJARYTERM, 1842. DR.his JOhN H POI'E "I 12 copies do do.do appointed Weigher ofCotton, tention to business, to engage and merit a slur oipublc

'and sty/e)/ of J. D. Fisler J Damages $500. Giddll'l Attachment f>r $75JK) professional services to the people .25 do do THE of an act pained at the last patronage.
& Co. J John S. ) Damage in assumpsit ( County. Office in Monticello, lion of the 11. ROBERT L BAKER
Legislative
$200.0. over the store or William Denham Co. And 1 on in proportion for a greater number. Counci respectfully in. Dee. 26. S2tf .
THE defendant and all others interested arc ,riHK; defendant and ni others interested, are MonticelIo,May30, 1840. 4 For 1 copy of the Globe, or Appendix form public that Ire prepard to weigh Cot : Brry' aW
&, notified of the institution of the above -JL hereby notified ol initim'ion of the above ----. Conrre.iona. 50 cents Ion either in this city or at the Railroad Depot,- Notice.

.stated case by attachment and are rtquested to ape by attachment, and arc lequcstcd to DAVIDaWAL.KEItATTORNEYATLIIV ,-- h 6 copies of either $2 50 His scales are manufactured at the same place ALL Persons having claims or!Ctl"l it

pear and plead to the declaration filed in said en use and plead to the declaration "filed in the cse Ipfa, A 4-U. ," I 12 do do 5 those used by the United Slates generally! and a Blackd.ceased.or utle tbs

I according to law. I. FERGUSON P. Q. the law require. I. FERGUSON,jr. 1'. Q. WILL practice the Courts of the Middle D'mlrictof .. 25 dodo 10 0 likewise by tho weighers of cotton in the city of subscribers possession, will present .il

.Qaincy.June 12, 1841. 3m4GSnp. Aug71841. 3in 3 Floridais office u is the first room to the right Ardso on in proportion for a greater number. New York and have been examined Ly the Inspector delay to ROBERT RAYMOND REID

Court for Jefferson County. W&lIianC.Cunpbe1l, I In Juviiccv Court, Leon; I over J B. BulTsitore/m TaU.huseewhicyehie may Payments may be transmitted by mail, postagi of scales and weights of said ctyand proved Guardian of Rebecca .

.John., Bellamy } vs. >c4unty. Ciy of Ta Uahu I always b found. paid, at our risk. By the regulations of the Poet correct. Price of weighing, 10 cents per bale April 10 tf :

;.s. Petition foreclosure of mor t. Benjamin Tennille. )aco, to May Term 1C41 1 Ijr. A. 1!!. RANDOLPH Office Department, postmasters are authorised to D.M.8IEFFJELOWe igtcr ufotton. NOTICE.

John g. Taylor. gage. Alrump by attachment for $: .HA VINe located him!clf in Tallahassee n r- frank letters containing money lor subscriptions to -- l'hIRe. 12. i LL persons arc hereby cautioned from trading

'/TTlHK defendant: and all others concerned are bund in $IUO. fershisprofessicnnlservices to the public. newspapers. JUST RECEIVED, for any note or notes given by Daniel Bait t tG,

J .eroTiy) ,?ul.lficd :ibat I liare filed in the clerks TiE all others interello wi Ibis; tobefound] atthe office of Dr. J. II. Rat: The notes of any bank, current in the section of Olney' Geography and \Valker school Dctioo-: Joel S. Graves a a note of the above description

/jrBceof the court aforwaid: a petition to foiecIo" notice of the 'C t i lolph,on Monroe Street. country whero a subscriber resides, will be received Atlas, ary.Malte is lost or has been prolonged from a Jt the

.a mortgage 'girep; by aid John S. Ttiy'or' 1 to withy attachment, and appear and answer to this lfav21 42 by us at par. nrn do do Cornstock'3 Philosophy, amount and date not known to th writer.F.b. .
Grarrsand hill caur; igreeably to law. ; attention will bo paid to any order ur 20.Dissolutol.
p of
irNo
eorge a.sgiison a tract land' JOHN P. DUVAL, Smith' do do \ls. Lincolnll Botany,
;,ingin Jefferson( county, containing nine hundred E. R. GlSON, Justice of the Peace. ATTORNEY AT LAW le money accompanies iU u Mitchels do do Elements of Mythology, of Copartnership.

,and ninety four acres 45-100, and known as thefior.h May, 8. 18th_, 41ESTABLISHMENT. Office BLAIn&RIVES. do d" Colburn Copartnership heretofore existing under
in Col. \VieU's
----- -- -- Wyatt's Brick Al.ebr3.
Net quarter of section thirty.foiu, town- 11n" nUUK A1U .\- T A AtrcicLt Brildings fr Main St.1 Washington CiyApri 1/1. Woobridge & Vil1ard'p the name and style of Baowj & GALHUITU.T .

,,hip Ji/ee: ; the west half of the North fut quar. Deo. 5. --II &&""''_ a. SALE. Geography & Alias, Latin Reader a. Tanning and CnrryingBusioessis ,lidal.

/er of section thirty-fonr, township three; the west subscriber has jubt received a run. AS- --61--| A- small alnrtment FOi of Drugs, Medicines, &c. Adams' Geography and Latin Tutor, di.ai>olved by mutual consent.

half of.the South West quarter of section! thirl,. THE ) : of Books, Stationary, Ac, IIETDACIlicTsTcR OK NERVOUS. suitable for a country store. Apply at this; Atlas, Marsh's Book keeping Tho business will hereafter be cried on in the
four, townfcJijp: } hree; the weft half of the North coiiMNling: of- The extraordinary reputation that Ilr. SpohnVremedy Office- Pikes Arithmatic, Bennett do name of JOHN D. GALBRAITH, abe i au

JV'cst quarter of section 3, township 2; I Kant half BLANK BOOKS: for this distressing complaint is every day Daboll's do Expeditions Measurer, thorised to settle the affair of the late concern.

outbes.st quarter, section 34, township" 3 ; the Medium, D"mi and ,-Ledgers, Journal, Day gaining, is certainly I matter of much astonish.wient Lost or Mislaid, Smilcy's do Science of THOMAS BROWN.

west half southwest quarter, section 34, township Books, Invoice Books, lecordR. Iteceipl Books, That so much sufFering should have existed A NOTE of hand for twenty-two dollars given I Smiths do Wedgoos. Dec ID, 1840 21| J. D. GALBRA1T1I.

3; the soulltwevt quarter of southwest quarter and Bank B<)"k*, Note Books, -payable and for ages without any discovery or any medicinal Young to the Subscriber, dated I Murray's Crammer. Pocke Dictionaries, W. .

southeast quarter of southwest quarter of section receivable. !Memorandum Kook,&c., &c. preventive or cure, is truly a subject of much some time in January last. All persons :are caulioiicd Kirkhams do Interpreter, Care of C. lLLJEI _
27, township 3, the east half of the northeast quarJer SCHOOL BOOKS : regret ; but Dr. S. now assures the public that against trading for the said note. A liberal I Greenleafs do McCombes Tactics, -

,section 4,township 2;the northeast quarter} of Angell's School ClassicssorirsNos. I toG,Smith'sArithmetic .juch a remedy .been invented A will convince reward will be given to the finder on returning it I I' New York Readers 1,2,3 Mason'sTarricr, WILSON, WRIGHT, & CO.

norlli eat quarter of section 3; the northeast and Grammar Woodbridge's Geography the most credulous. The principles upon which it July4I8- 49 JAMES WELL. EmerbOiiB Little Reader, Hoyles Games. 43 Poydrays Street,

:Quarter of the southeast quarter of section 4, township anJ Atlas, Willard's and Atlas act are simple and plain. It i is an admitted fact Porcelain Slates, Paper Nxw.O1LSaSS.
2; trm west half and Geography that this Tin Ware Maim factor Slates Large Banking
cant half of the northrnst OlneyV and complaint, whether called Sick Headache }
of section :; Geograp hy Ata. Walk'J Dictionn Subscriber continues to the Case with lock and key; Folios with lock and "1C!OK. Sale at R. L. BAKER'S Drug' and Mel l
quarter Headache on abova
townphil'| 'l ; all in fife, ) or Nerol. arises primarily from the THE carry
range F.JcIid:
ry 'layfair'l ,Day's Algebra, ValpyV Greek key; Pink Tape, Sealing War Black and Red S.
'jjorth and cast, sa.d tract |iarllcuUrly described in Grammar, Jacob's. Greek Grammar Jacob's Gieek stomach-those who think they have the Ncrtous inel in all its branches, and keeps constantly ; dicine Store next dora to the rOt Otic.
Fancv
the deed of mortgage found in the County Court of Render Adam's I Latin : Heidache may rest assured that this organ, the on hand a general assortment, which be of.fer Cards Transparent Note \\aferr Wafer Visiting. : Also, Choice and latest prize Dahlia Root
Jefferson county. .ntinGrammar.Nitional Spelling i ii the at wholesale or retail to suit Pipr. Bristl Boad Paint Boxes L. BAKER.
stomach first
that the
Book, 1 nicincnldry: lioik cause, become purchasers. R
Spelling Book system Slide
Copy. Wire Folders
,
Said been Ivory Folders Cut Tallahassee Feb. 20 _
having
mortgage tome the vitiated FRANCIS
assigned at
Pencils Books or debilitat.ithrough the stomach W11.1. 3
8lato ,
Cypherinjr life, IfC. Glass Inkstands Letter
term of the Superior Court and that Sep 26 9 Munroe Pen Knife Hones,
jiext to be lielden at STATIONARY only through the same channel must they street. Slamls. EDWARD R. GIBSON ,
: Pen Holders Wafer
for sale
Monticello, on the first Monday: in November next, HudfioiiV, HutlerV, Ames' and Hubbard's best L expect a restoration" of the natural' and healthy STAGE LINE P. A. HAYWAKD., by ACTITIONKR OJ KSDICIlS.
J shall apply for a foreclosure! thereof, according& to and Letter LP functions the system. This object Dr. FFICE' Writing I'aper ; : Drawing Sphon'b 22 Jxt J.Hackleyaadi.
From Columbus. May 1841-to 43 (}
the statue suth Jnyelop Ga. to
r in cake made and pro\idod. and Wrapping Paper; Folio i remedy is eminently calculated to ittain. The Apalachicola, lla. W. Dorsey's Auction Rooms.

JOHN BELLAMY, Post and 1'nckel Pukt Paper, and every Cmmerial other dcKription truth. of this position c.innot be contrtvertcd, and Four Jon( & Conches. Lauds for Sale. Tallahassee, Feb 1841.

By THOMAS 1JALTZKLL; of Blank Paper; Maynatd & Noye.Valkden' .', the sooner sufferers with the headache become PURSUANT to previous notice, the Apala 13

Jlis Attorney. \ Reeves convinced of it. the sooner will their end Lnd Company! now offer for sale and WANTSA
June 26,1841 33J Blue Ink,.in pints&and Kent's Black Ill; Steven's, in restoration of health. Dr. Sphon sufferings pledges his entry, the following Pine Lands in Leon County. small amount in Union or in Life and TruE
.. quarts; Wslkdcn's and I In Town -Range 1 East section : Co notes,for mall accoDatslkataie
con Miperior' Court. Kent's Red ,Ink German professional reputation on this fact. Tho 7, 16. sundry
.The Commis'r TallahaMee, ) boxes. ; Copying Ink ; Sand I may be had at the apothecaries.In remedy Via Florence, Fort Gaines, lilalely Porter',rand 18, 19,23, 25, 26, 4.35, 36-and fractions unsold due, enquire of WARD- & 3IAY.

va. >In Chancery. boxes InkltaldtV.fer File l'relC. Black cups Hand, Pounce, Wafers and of pounce ajl acidity or sourness. of stomach, this reme- Itroicn's Ferries, Ga., and Inrinton in sections 5, 6, 8, 9, 10, 14, 15, 17 and 24. March 13 33 -

David D. Butler & another ) hors and sizes, Wax Prince all co dy is sovereign and invaluable as a general lami- Ala.ONLY. In Town 3 South,range 1 East-sections 1,2.4, Beef Cattle Wanted. .
Scaling
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the Court ; Albert, Victoria medicine it is 5.8, II 1, 12,13, 14,15, 22, 23 and fractions for
IT appearing that the defendant, and Common t tcel Pens Letter ly now adopted by many of tho 2. of 3 subscriber will give the highest ,ne
; HOURS THE
David B. liuller, is not an inhabitant of this DeaL India Stamps, most jc'pccl llo It never sickens the 30 Stage travel from Colum. and 10. fed cattle, on being dsliTeftdbis >I
Penknives, knives, Rubber famics
Territory,but resides in GeorgiaIt is therefore &c., &c. utomach or any tf the unpleasant r fleet H a.to Now Orleans,in splendid Coaehcs, In Town 2 South, range 2 East-sections 30 and Tan .tal, Tallahasaso.!

,ordered that unless he appear here on or before th. Blank Bill Ar.O of ph Ylic. II n a level and beautiful road along the banks o I 31, and fractions of 19, 2 and 32. J.D. .
Notes of he
Paper Lading hand. Ex. Chattahooehco River. GALBItI
Jlt Mondar' of AuguJt ITCZL, and answer me rowlainants Bili Directions for use accompany earn bottle.E. I In Town 3 South, range 2 East-section! 6,7, Feb. 20.1841. ._
blI.lhe same will be taken (for confessed change Drlfl, Paper, Blotting Paper, Play SPHON, M. D. DAYS OF DEPARTUREFrom and fractions of 5, 8, 18 and

against him, and the matters thereof, deccreed ing *, I Rtclio'.patent Copying Press will Proprietor; and Inventor., Columbus, on T'&*days and Fridays In Town I South,range 1 2. -sections 29,30 NOTICE. ,

; but is further ordered, that a copy accordingly of- apparatus .or -1818--!- .!_. TAl.'.,,.,, I. 6 o'clock.. A. AL II. 9 o..3.' 34- and----rrariof; nP-. l.! _9A_, _OT., "4U.O 'o'-_. A LL -oersens indebted to tie sabscribers If nile
this order be published in some one of the eb2 47 D. !H. AMES. From Chattahoochce, on the same daysand same 36. o 1' .k._ or account 'o.th 1st JUla' IWi, w
news.papers
printed in this Territory, for four The Book Bindery time after the arrival of the U. 6.Mail Boat from The whole Town 2 South, 1 West earnestly requested me acids th
monthssuccessively. NOTICE range ,
Is also continued, where all kinds of work can b TO CLAIMANTS; Apalachicola,via Iolaand meeting at Fort Gaines cept sections 25,26,35 and 36. ex- same &furtherindalgenee/ will *o ke No
done a expeditiously as heretofore. Blank Work Board of Army Officers having been establish ) of going Columbus A account will be continued for the rnD U
ALFRED BALSH A 'eronl de.iroU froQ Ga. to $1.50 >
Judge, 'k UI2 per acre in current bills of the
:>>

April. 841-4m 36 of all descriptions,, made to order and ruled to any cd in Ihi city,for the purpose of invenigat to New Orleans, will find this'by far the cheapest Territory. ocpting with those of oar custnmeM wflefca been

pattern) suitable for Banks, Public Offices, Merchants lug alt! against l cither the United Slates or and most expeditious, .well as the safest and These Lands offer advantages for punctual in paying. their. acceanto with .s-
r In thetSuperior Court Middle DistrIct and others. Deed, Record and Docket L the Territory of Florida for tuJ'pleol for services most comfortable way, as it intersects the grca cultivation and superior Timber. pasture range BETTON' & FISHES.Jan. .

of Florida. Book and all other Blank Book", can be obtained I connected with the militia vc hereby offer our Brunswick and Florida Line at Cash will .

(IN1 CANtKKY.: : ) clrt notice, ruled and bound in any style re. services to all those having suih claims, in aid ol r making a travel of but. 30 hours by Chatthoohoe.stages through and plmont fractions b sections.required for hatfecion. 2 M
Between Andrew and warranted Northern their adjudication and collection. thin whole route. Time from Columbus Imller KIKMAN; ABEJ.'ftY.4
G Norwood, A-) o'ualto or any to Mobile, over may made on thu usual terms of the ,
Merbatl
Tornbull and Ezekiel J. and other manufacture. ( attention paid to, Any papers dcliycred to us personally, or transmitted hours. b
Moore b Company;that ., t-4thfn cash,and I,!and 3yeara Ifev
Amass Jackson, partners i in trade, tin rebinding old Books. Newspapers.Magazines, Tarn. by mail, (post paid) will L promptly laid For Ihe Proprietors, for payment of the other 3-4lhs. RLKl: Okm..Reerto .
'd.r the name and firm I ublots, Music; Books, in plain or ornamental I >before tie Drd. WILLIAM CUtRlt Her BOld -
,style of Moore Creditors 4. CADY. Lands in Gadsden and Leon,suitabl !, 1839 _,
Jackson for themselves and others Bil. i binding, or to ratch \ case requie it, instructions, will ChattahoochecJanuary >0, IMO. tf for cultivation,will also be sold exclusively .L : 1 t4
usual
The subscriber thankful be given 2 a on application NOTICE. ,
for to
who the he any addiliunl which -
may come in and contribute&c. Filed lilt patronage I proof may be I to John Carnochan C.
Esq.at Apalachicofa.oIhe i
CompUioat. : and John B. Keen &. Feb. 1840. bas heretofore reeiye. hopes.by a strict attention I neouvary to the support of>llto'claim, or as .Jo the NOTICE. Subscriber and settlers will DUUNO my absence flow Florida,BrO
)lirCetrter sdminptrauix; of William J loins ,&met a continuance of the same, form in which it mutt bo made. THOSE who' are indebted,, either, by note or of their; settlements be preferred to the Monticcllo,a ", .& p..a&.r.

Crater lately deceased. Defendant."JTT P. A. HAY WARD.. la ai1cascast'uworaCUorpytoua, the late firm 'of German and purchase ; provided they inak. 1.
__ Tallahassee% 3.1840 10 lodged before the clerk pf the county,in welch.eknw.the L Iia4lwillll I at my office .n'e settle 'the'lame their arrangements _Ithi.suitble time.'- : .ijabe: t _'_ _f.: ,
>earinfr! to the Court affidavit ., Former :
pj by that the purchasers _who are
and tccordcdbtbis .. ,
party I office
.id. -
JL_sid Mary Onler one of said defendants nbovo John C. Jacobl, the must accompany ,By.1..1. the- of.'action at law will be in arrears .with their payments ale rupeetflrily requested Loiioa N1SS C..ll' _-L u
cost a
f paaied. hai4fJ1 beyond the iarisdiclion of this Measurer and Inspector of Lme for the i papers. W.; P.*& T. H. DUVAL. saved, .all claims unraid, will be put in suit! 'atho (aettle with the' Subscriber- a r- with Mr... .' 1'It. Moa4kyoci.iiiIieitrr.G

*art, to wit,in the state of New York. It is con County of ko. Tallahassee, May 8, 1841, ,"',' first.court having jurisdiction.JOSEPH. 'Carnochandurlpgtho. sosson..t 'I' and Boys tnder twelve, JI 1

liderodand ordered that the said defendant! Mary OFFERS his IricC to those whop may plciue L7AII 'persons who may/tar;' entrusted with BRANCH. 'JB1ROWNAgentAplaclucola room will bo, in tb e tl
pMter, adrainistratrix of William Center lately him. claims U Feb. 13. 1841. 'facdr.a
deceased upon Charges moderaln. of the above deseripl/on/will/ / please execute Office at lad Copay. new house,m.Monroe ;

'bii of complaint, do'af/war; within and four answer months said from complainants .Tallalassee.MarchI4,1840., ;3 Power of'Attorney an abY directed, and give orsnd 1 eore EdKle7 has arrived in town, ian" E Bna' Mis. Sisiiu'engges 16 tonsnallyrequiredj ". I: b' .!
the
IoeJlJP.o data* -d Cabinet! llucincM. them to us. W. P. T.'H. D : Wel Digger is his profession., ., : f r and tp'b1.ltt'ue o' .
order.otherwise said bill NOTICE.
will be taken lco.or.t.h. It in further 1 HE undersigned having parcba ed of Mr. I. PLKASI; TAKE NOTIOE.J he wants tn be well known, HEREBY 'notify all' the promotion of hOP r.&n8pw.CtoD.
1et. ordered __. Blrss, his ENTIRE STOCK B. And cash decision ::4 '- r persons, that th'ln of # -. ;
,|thAt this order i io one, oew.pape > OF TOOLS r BULL &CO hsre ,just received new i his au: 22" PPENGLER & LYMAN this day :.TU.' .
/. -ntotand; ,published hT uf.L. Jn the AND MA'FERIALIinithe; 'abr line intends$ e and fashionable Hats 01 Beaver, Silk or '. and that'I .,will uotberespoiaibie for irl"e"; .< J' U.L2Tp7' *5.00
( and
; utrayed. Oithogiahj ftiidiig, :: ,
the the
continuing isat an'trns
Ditrict sfesasd.onos a week ( U.ht .: bu.i 11e stasd, oppositeWard Mole Skin, which they oWe thcrpnblic reasonably lions made by LTIUK in th '
I o & Mays, : FROM Quincy, about iix weeks lincea SOR. tbe'i'l -lame Le 'Fhsb ,wlUW.t; rand: AnlJ .te' O
Dated, this. 31st day of Dnbr, '1640. "pectulre.kt'ltrol for soccie or Mjuivlcnt|! and (or the currency : IIORSEabout fouyera old firm. The'sbIv Hah ,
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"- ALFRED' Judge &c. :, age, 1 liberally .I' of!Middle. Florida. ,a t tuch' .rates' .' becouethconsViericc. white feet, and a blaze in the face. A,wih the reward 'alala"ec. Dec. 6, 1840. A SPENGLEI.' phy&ndflistor/,.. Gr.mlt_ 1 !GeOtt'j;i: ,1 0

.77 AtUrt, ; ,N.B. DOORS,SA HtNRY tLDURY. Also ,, will be given for his return, or for informatiou -. For Sale, .. T77 i _TfahaeeCViC.26 ;lQo i -
,, a good ssortjturitr clothing Cu.
*R. G., 'WELLFORD# Clerk. &e*, mule to rder, and at the shortest notice. p I slmfres and Vertings/from the ,..c th the where Feb13'he can found. Apply at this. office.' A",HANDSOME harness .LIGUT-BAROUCHE.hb !;:-A ._superior.YOe'.fOx,eng .

April 11Oh, 1841. 3B y finest. Plewi and witness ':t..in eod l .
for | A11'-
cal Port Leon Feb. r orer.
,ourelo. WM..N'Jf. ,AUCHT., D.e 15 2 aAAU6.

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