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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: September 11, 1841
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060561
oclc - 10589672
notis - AKP8647
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System ID: UF00079927:00417
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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path lay atratfht through the dark greenwood, From Mr. Tb&T Lecture en the Danger I Daring the Revolutionary War when a The, fbUev g Is an extract from._ address btautiful sheet* of water'in the world. -It is _to supply the implemeota, >machinQr,sad cth4 .

t And a.tT.o'er HU track the .-yea o atiin'might'B broad trace brow; and Dutiu connected with great citiu. \ corps of the American army were encampednear 1 delivered by TBOJLA.S RXTCHXV, .Esq.,j. arroonded by tbe"bJgfaJaod and mountains er acconeiodaUoBi': Dee-wn: ,to-,carry E on c

In ever/ place I can hardly name a temptation so great,!I the borough of Elizabeth town,in New editor "t the.1 Richmond Enquirer,"en tak.: of the most picttreaqoe+ country ill the interior t ttonphiating" ;: 'Tbere'roaj, be soaWbinjr, into ,
For .ht lea hit marks I Uow. eo fearful to a young man, as that of handling. Jersey-an officer who was rather more of a j ing the Ch air..at aCoaveoti&o of in I of Naw Hampshire.. The. lake is about 23 i I ,'bntth.tlvi! __ b8 ti=med W1
The Air wa the first to hear his voice, money which is not his own ; and if 1 were devotee of Venus, than of Mars paid his ad. .editors miles in length, and not 'far from 1 mDet in I exist eleew1 India' can new rotceedis
the State of held
AM abe shook throe rh etch branch, at the voand, to offer a special prayer for my won, it would dresses to a lady of distinction, whom he was yiigtoia, at Richmond : breadth; the waters ere deep, pure and sweet, arifal of the:United Slates h the cottoned.tore. ].
The timid yoangtreo be that he might not be tempted in this way.I in the%abit of visiting nightly in the cultiva. M We ,have, aascmbfod here, gopgemen, supplied by q mountain 0 rflls and adjacent I She has'ne&ber the'.cu"D: r Ihe 'pop.abtkxi .. fi:

Trembled the fearfally, Few, very few, can withstand it. And at the lion of those kind feelings which love so cordially under the..bope of improving the character springs and. when drawn but a few feet i that will sostgb. ach.acc eif
AI he sink upon ground. present time it has become BO common, I had i inspires. On a discovery of the cause and condition of the important' profession of from the surface, are 'cool I and refreshing in I Some of the earBett tetifeme. i.or' }

The exelaimV Hnx'aT beheld, with bit an ill.ilte natored Ad She's, nervous to.daT.And to spend what is not their own, that the moral of the place where life interviews with; his ; tbe Great, Magician,'* .of the a lIe. bounds in fish of aUktndaeatntaoa to the nor. ,and U exhausted by -an agricsltmil.t;:

doth faint away; sense of the community has received a shock dulcinea were had, some waggish frien (Is resolved Wherever it is established it is diffusing them .waters. What, adds greatly to the tales almost as fat bade u the tNaih..

SnIt weakne can't flourish, here." from which, I am afraid it will not soon recover. -' to play off a handsome trick at his ex. every art. It is extending the sphere of beauties of the lake, are the numerous islands tat even if that disadvantage,, great u it.>te.-.c

Ai onward the whirlwind came, he heardI If you steal an overcoat, to shield Pf nse, which should' deter him from a repetition every science. In our own country, it is a which' are scattered about in it, probably the was removed the indolent nature, weakly body
'The' rude coffer tinfneUnglr+ j at- you from the blast, the watchman's rattle of bis amorous visit. The officer, it apt necessary agent, and if properly conducted, tops of greater or smaller mountains, whose and effeminate constitution of the ,East to.

Bo Hi wrenching old trunk to about stout, will soon make you sensible that you have pears, rode a very small horse, of the pooey it would be an inestimable instrument. How huge masses of granite were but half engul. than renders him incapable of the laborious

I Tbe strong one war laid at rest. disgraced yourself, and you are a thief. But kind, which he always left untied with the can a free government be wisely administered plied in the convulsions which, in the early and unremitting drudgery of the cotton field.

The p.n aaw the Hickory'. shiYer'd trunk, if you have taken and used tens of thousandsof bridle reins over his neck, near the door, in without ill How can-a free people acquire period of time, opened the abyss into which The only. food the pigmy race is rice and a ,
And bowed low, aa the wind whistled put ; money not your own, you are not a thief! order to mount and ride off without delay, that knowledge of frets and of characters the surrounding water flowed. 7egetable diet in the scantiest quantities, bare
i But the courtesy -you are only a-defaulter !. And so com when the business of courting and kissingwere I which is bo necessary to the propei selectionof These islands are generally well wooded, Jy sufficient to sustain fifes

Of the nodding tree mon has it become that the sense of shameis over; and the horse always remained their agents A Republican Government and many of them are susceptible of high cult Thousands die annually from famine, and
Did not live him from the blast. almost gone; and the sense of guilt: seems until backed by the owner without attempting presupposes indeed, that the people can ure. The last royal governor of New the majority of the population remain the

The Oar, in defiance,tossed bin head- entirely gone. I can now carry back my to change his position. On a certain govern themselves; and can a people continue Hampshire had a princely mansion on the year round in a state of half starvation. Nom. .
For a veteran Put right bold stroke is he- mind to my college days. There was a I very dark night, when the officer bad as usu. free, unless they are enlightened? The Pressis borders of this lake, which was his favorite nally they enjoy freedom, while actually
a tingle
FIUd the mighty Ok youth in the next class, remarkable for his al, gone to pay his devoirs to the'object of his the great instrument of information. It is, summer residence. Winnipiseogee has been their condition is one of the most cruel! bond.
Mail I for the pr.ud old tree tOn I simplicity and economy of dress, and for his'! affections, and was enjoying the approving indeed, an essential part of the composition ofa compared to Lake Georgethere certainly age, under the oppression of the English task!

onward still and his mighty breath republican habits. You would suppose that 'smiles of the fair one, his waggish compan- free society, which U scattered over so ex. is a simularity in the purity of its waters, masters,and native Princes, who, while they '
Sings an anthem of triumph now, gold and copper would be alike in his eye. j i ions went privately to the door of the house tensive a erritory: as that of the United but the former greatly exceeds the latter in exercise all the power, feel none of the interests ,
And be laugh. to see He grows up, enters upon his profession as a where the officer was, took the bridle and States. The fact verifies the theory. Scarce. magnitude covering nearly three time the and the sympathy which a slave bolder
his Each old!forest bow.tree, lawyer, marries into very respectable family ; saddle from the horse, which they sent quiet ly do we settle a village in the 'far west;' square miles. There is also some resemblance does for his negro property. Such is the ac
At coming meekly
k and is accounted an honest man He j ly away placed the former on the tail, and scarcely lave we erected on inn, a black in the scenery. If that of Lake count which travellers give of the country,
The blooming) HAW heard the Whirlwind's alarms voice, becomes an officer in a. money corporation. I the latter on the back of u very sober rump. smith's shop, aod a store, before our enterprising George is more wild and picturesque than and of its inhabitants. It is not surprisingthen ,

And it filled But her Le l with loved weighty the blush ; You meet him. at the Springs, and in tho best t live; old cow, (with the cruper over the horns) country men begin to think of a Press. that of Winnipiseogee, the latter ia more romantic that tbe superintendent of the American 1

Of the flow'ringbush, of society. I take up a paper this very who stood peaceably chewing her cud, near It has been pronounced art preservativeof and diversified, and, from many points planters at Finnevilly has pronounced the '
And bore her off in his arms. week, and read that -, Esq. is a defaulter'the t spot. Immediately thereafter they retired all other arts.' So familiar! arc we with of observation, vastly more extensive. The i impracticability of rivalling the United States:
'
On! onward dill o'er he land he sweeps, for several times ten thousand dollars The:I;' some distance from the house and sep. its value, that we almost wonder how the circumjacent country embraces a most intel) in raising the great staple, cotton. Our land

With wreck and ruin, rush and roar, p ure-minded youth, the stern lawyer, who i o arating, they raised a loud cry of alarm that ancients could have got along without it. igent, industrious, and hardy race of men. is the best ia the world,with virgin soil and '
Nor slops to look back hOn as probably prosecuted many a poor wretch 11 j i E the enemy had landed and were marching i in'full But, Sirs, the Press is generally of more This lake and the neighboring waters were exuberant fertility. The labor too employed

hi. dreary track, for stealing a few dollars, has been tempted, ', force into the village. On hearing the benefit to others, than to its own conductors. favorite resorts of the Indians; they spent is of the kind must efficient and best adapted

Buhpeed.totbe Williamsport,Jan.spoils 1841.before! and who is surprised that he yielded ? Whois voice of alarm the people ran out greatly ex. No profession is more irksome or laborious. their Summers in fishing in them, and basked to the particular branch of agriculture. The

---- surprised that he m denominated a delaul. cited; and consternation entering every dwelling None imposes such serious sacrifices, as this i away on their banks their hours of ease in the back on our Southern plantations a a ro
One of our correspondents the other day ter? We have almost come to this, that found its unwelcome way speedily into does, upon the conscientious editor. His months which they rested from the chase.. people. They are well fed
made a call for the resuscitation of the old places of trust and of handling money, mean the household temple where our official hero labors are "stilt beginning never ending." These children of the forest had the moat exquisite and clothed,and from habits of life capableof

Yankee song written to commemorate the little more than places where those may help was worshipping.; .'faking counsel from his He is constantly rolling the stone of Sisyphusup taste for rural scenery; their villages enduring great fatigue. In a cotton

; battle of Stonmgton. A friend of ours who themselves who can obtain the post; and it is I fears, and snatching a hasty kiss, be starlet the mountain, and it is forever rolling and small settlements all prove the truth o fit is given up, that a force of negroes f Iperior .

t., has treasured in his memory every thing al. almost thought to be cowardly, and hardly? from the lady's chamber, and rushing downstairs back upon him. He is toiling day and night. this remark; and the names they gave to favorite to the b white laborer in the world.
most connected with the military prowess of worth a paragraph in the daily paper to be a I shot out doors with the velocity of a He is literally a prisoner in his own castle lakes, rivers, and shores, were expressive !will thus perceived that the Southern

his country, has furnished us"with a copy, as defaulter for a moderate sum We shall be'I musket ball, and owing to the darkness not Exercise and fresh air are too frequently? delicate and appropriate : OHIO is said planting interest has too many
originally published.-N. York New Era. told that there are high.minded. and honorablemen ? I,seeing' the interesting change in the conformation denied him. You. who know .the secrets ol f to mean the most beautiful of rivers; NA. on its side to dread 'the adantag

Battle of Stonington. at these posts still. 1 e have no doubtof of his nag, mounted hastily on the your prison house,' can only know whatexertions HANT the lover'i. walk;-WINNIPISSE-[ England has threatened from Hiadoetaa.1 .-

THREE gallant ships from England came, it. That there are honest poor men, who !saddle with his back towards the head of the it requires, and what privations i it OGEE, the smile of the Great Spirit. All 1 There wil n doubt b a gree effort,but the
Freighted deep with fire and flame, daily handle thousands of money. We do cow, and plunging his spurs deeply into her imposes upon you. You know, for you have these translations may be fanciful, but there result experiment at Finnevilly, clearly
And other things we need nut name- not doubt it. But who does not know that side, caused her to bawl out with excessive seen and felt it, to what cares, both of b ,dy cannot be a doubt that beautiful waters and preves, we think, the inpracticability of the
I To have dash at Sloninglou. confidence is so shaken between man and pain, and she started off in gallant style and and mind, he is subjected ; how tedious are favorite haunts were named by them with project. N. O. Bulletin. .

Now safe arrived, they work begun, man, that the whole community are in nut.. in her best gallop made towards the camp. his vigils ; how anxiously he sits by his solitary taste and- imagination. The various tribes -
; 'J'hcylhouebL to make the Yankee run, terrible anguish ? The officer still plying his spurs and whip to fire, in the depth of night, listening Jor on the borders of this lake were often engaged Ogi of th Game of Che**. Eyles Er-
t7 And have a mighty deal of fun Oh that these young men, just coming the skin and bones of the suffering old ani the returning footsteps of tho poor Devil, whois I in fierce wars; and if the water.gods had the Es.during a long rdence in the East

.I". In stealing sheep at Stonmgton.A upon the stage' of action might take warning mal, and with all his wine and love on board, bringing him the proofs of the manuscript, privilege of antiquity, to communicate with. asserts that a young named
[< Yankee then his from the fearful disclosures now so common! finding himself hurried rapidly backwards, which, with the spider's ingenuity, he hat the human race, we might have the story o f Tinqua, brought him a Chinese MS., contain
{ A And Parson Jones popped our sermon up read head,, I would have them remember that no man maugre all his efforts to advance ; and hearing then been compelled to spin out of his own feats of valor, worthy the poet's song and the ing MS.an it ace >shown unt of the oriln of ce. In the

To which our Reverend Doctor raid, becomes a, monster, in any crime, at once; the repeated bawlings of the tortured and brain." historian's page. A few traces of the redman i tm
That they must fight for Stuuin ton. that there is hardly such a thing as the first frightened beast, imagined that he was carried only remain.-The hum of industry and Confucus or 1965 years ago Hung '
, I crime in dishonesty; that he who allows him. off by magic, and roaring out most lustily Benjamin Franklin. The following chasteand : the sounds of joy and peace echo over theo kng o Kiangnan, sent a army into- the coon
Their ship advancing several WI}"., beautiful extract is from the of DrA. try of Cbensi, under the command of a Man.
self borrow
to of his
The Britons blaze a shilling out master'sdra.'er that the devil had got him-was carried i in pen graves of the sons of the wilderness; but the
to
soon began ,
.. Which put old Williams\ in amaze, with the secret determination to re this stale of perturbation into the very alignment Jones, before the Mobile Franklin Society I beauties of the lake can never be lost; they darin, called Haaai, t conquer it. After
Who feared the loss of 8tonington.: \pay it, has begun a downward course, fromwhich of the camp. The courageous sentinels at its first anniversary held on the birthday I are a feature of nature that civilization may one successful campaign, th 8ldi were

he will be very likely never to recover; hearing the noise and imagining that of that illustrious individual, January slightly change, but can never entirely des put into winter quarters, whr finding the
Tbe Nimrod Ramilies made first began th' attack, I for he that is unjust in that which is least i id Hanibdl and his oxen were corning discharg. 17. troy. weather muc colder, tha i thei ow
And a mighty crack :'unjust in that which is and the "We might here pause to pay a passing, country, being deprive wires
And none can tell what kept; them back, ;I much; same ed their pieces and fled as if the devil chasedthem
A GOOD, AN EXCELLENT BUSIXXB*. and families, they of their
tribute of him impatient
heart which to the on whose birthday
From setting fire to Stoningtoo. to-day prompts you to become a ; the alarm guns were fired-the drums memory
defaulter I for the shilling which you hope to beat to arms ; the officers left their quartersand we have met to celebrate our first anniversary We heard a.story the other day which amused situation, and clamorous to return home.
Their bombs wero thrown, their rockets flew I' but his and his not little and consider Hausi perceived the bad of
pay, will hereafter, if you have the opportuneity cried turn out turn out with all the :- name appellation I us a one we rDuenC
Though And not a man man of all stood their full crew iu,view ': lead you to take tens of thousands hichare strength of their lungs. The soldiers started of the American Phi'osopher and Statesman,I too good to be lost. A few weeks since, a complying with thei wishes, neces. _

Could kill every a man of Ston ngton. j jI j not your own. How fearfully commoni from their sleep as if a ghost had crossed bears with it, its own enlogy, whenever it i is I person of respectable exterior and gentlemanly ? sit of quieting men, for the finishing of

I i it, to see it announced that a man, supposed their dreams-and the whole body running spoken, through the civilized world. He deportment made his appearance inn a h operations I the ensuing year appeared
Their old) farce, with red hot ball, to be a pattern of integrity, of mortality, of half naked, together formed in gallant dislias was born poor but became gloriously rich i little village not a thousand miles from New urgent. He was a man of genius a well a

Soon And did made acow.liouce a farmer's barrack (..II. I| religion even; who was supposed even by hiI bille, prepared .o repel the terrible invader the truths uf Philosophy. Ho was carriedto Haven, where tbe inhabitants are somewhatproverbial a good soldier, and having considered for

1'b&l.too bas turned out to have been a knave for self to the eyes of the gallant officer mounted on useful knowlege, acting on a highly endowedintellect. I neighbors' affairs than to their own. The of chess, a well to amuse their unemployed

We Yankees to our fort repaired, years Oh never did I understand, till; I an old cow, with his face towards her tail, Although long humbled bene .th stranger took lodgings at the village inn, and hours, a to inflame their military ardor, the
And made. how we little cared L ately, how uu fully great is the temptation, and this appendage sticking straight out be. the trammels of worldly embarrassments, he: having no vissible employment to perplex or game being wholly founded on the prcpl

They Abut blazed their shot, though very hard. when we have the handling of money not our hind ; her tongue hanging out-her sides was enabled to raise superior to every obstacle disturb him, his time passed off, apparently? of war ; the stratagem h
on :
away tourngton.To own Most tenderly do I warn these gory-with the grievous gigging of the and to fill the world with the memoryof quite agreeable to himself but much to the wishes, the soldiers were delighted with
I
Lave a turn we thought but fair, young men of the danger; most earnestly do and himself, owing his excessive fear spurs almost 1 his deeds. disquiet of the neighborhood. Curiosity, that game, and forgot in their daily contests for
We Yankees brought two guns to bear, I[ beseech them not to desire to* see deprived of reason, and half petrifiedwith I In 'the whole range of the history of man I ever restless tormentor of the village, was all victory, the inconveniences of their p.
moneynot
e
And, sir, it would have made learn the In the spring thin General took the field
you stage their own, nor to handle it ; and above horror. A loud and general roar of'j there is perhaps, no stronger instances to be agog to stranger's business and e I
To have wen the smoke at Stonington. all found of the beneficial influences of usefulknowledge means of support, and many were the wise a few mt added the rich country of
borrow
never, NEVER, NEVER a farthing laughter broke from the assembled band, at
I We bored the Nimrod through and through! unknown to the lender, with the secret promise the rider and his steed-the whole corps gave I than that afforded by the life and guesses and sage surmises as to both, until Chensi to kingdom of Kianga by the

And killed and mangled half her crew, of returning it. The first time you do him three times three hearty cheers, as be labors of Benjamin Franklin. It is true he I pretty general consultation and thorough can. defeat and capture of its ,
When riddled, tbe withdrew with mind vassing of the and cons, by the board of a famous warrior the Chinese.Oaionc .
crippled ,
that, you have begun,!; to let out the waters, boiled into the camp, and he was seized and was gifted a superior by natureto I proes among
And cursed the boys Stonington and will and till the common lot of mankind::yet it can. gossips, it was concluded that be had neither the You can't
his
earned of
dig
you more more, you are to quarters to triumph, there to pull
The carried by the flood the i dream of love's not be denied, that bis brilliant success was I and that he would eventually leave the wool over *er
Ramilies gave up th affray, away beyond posei- metamorphoses, backward my eye you any
r
And with bet comrades sneaked away; bility of ever regaining the shore, and beyond 1 rides, stern way advances, and alarms of in.t in a great measure owing to the accumulation landlord with an cancelled score as a to keaverhata here 1" said a d looking Y a

Such was the valor on that day ever returning to the place of mnocency; the vasion, and thereby to garnish his mind with of useful knowledge, which he cultivatedwith ofrememberancc. kee, on entering a bat
I Ol Biitish tars at Stonington. love and ardor I At length one of the most inveterate of the i
only safe spot materials for writing a splendid treatise on a an truely surprising.As There's one splendid article !" said '
a memorable instance of the great advantage meddlers resolved in his own mind to broach the clerk
slew some overt ssrtin the novel adventure of cowology.-Comtel. banding the man a wnich
on grounds ht lo.ed
Besides their damage and their wounds, TXKrEKA.iCE.-The Philadelphia North lation.'I of useful knowledge, we could not the subject to the stranger, and thus by per more a tho ugh the fur Come
It cost the king len thousand ptund.F American says, the Journeyman Printers have selected any man, whose example couldbe forming an act of kindness for his neighbor,. pelt of a sheep, than that of a beaver." te
To have a dash at 8 ton ing ton.An this city held a meeting last Saturday evening A DARK BRIDAL-An Extract. Gloom more worthy of imita'ion! than his. He unsolicited-whose easy nature he was certain "Thi a beaver?" said tbe Yankee, eyeing .

for the purpose of forming a Temperance was upon her countenance and upon his. emphatically understood the gift of his headand was being imposed upon-be would\ the hat closely. I Look here, stranger,
American Prince.-The Florida Association. We are glad to notice this The man whose holy office it was to unitethem : hands and turned them to the most glorious have an opportunity to satisfy'himself as to you can't pull aoooZ over my eyes 1 easy a

Times states that, a distinguished American movement in this quarter. JourneymenPrinters in bonds never to be torn asunder i account. the stranger's real character. all that com ." .
lady, while at Rome, was asked by a Cardi. constitute an intelligent, numerousand stood like un executioner before the bride He has passed away. His remains are He accordingly introduced himself, when
oil if he could have the pleasure of presenting influential class! of citizens. Their occupation and bridegroom, and they (the pair waiting covered by no monument. A plain slab simply the following dialogue ensued : Langeage.witlosrt Oath*.-It i a agu-
ber to the Pope 1 On being interrogated, i if f is laborous, and dissipation was once to be blessed /) bent down their heads like tells he sleeps beneath its fading tablet. Well, stranger, you have been in theta far fact that the North American cannot .
she would\ be permitted to converse with His considered indispensable from their calling. criminals before him. In vain might the. The leaves of Autumn descend 'upon bis parts considerable time, I reckon 1" swear in their vernacular tongue. Their

i Holinesgl-the Cardinal replied that she The social Reformation which have been in eye wander around that assembly in searchof tomb in unheded repose, and the green-swaI 1 The stranger nodded assent. language furnishes no oa I is appositely

f could not ; that was an hon.r confined to the progress for years, have had their influencein sunshine upon a single countenance-all I of Spring, and the flowers of May freshen Pretty dear travelling now ; cost you a asked-are the Ind 8 prone to truth,1

Princesses of the blood and the daughtersof elevating them, and as a body, they now was dreary black, and assistants as well as and bloom around his silent graveiwhilethe ; good deal to live at the tavern, 1 guess." aver from falsehood, that the invention of
Sovereigns. w But, sir," replied the lady, ,sustain an irreproachable character. Jour. attendants at the cerp.mony.ere alike storm of night, harmlessly sheds its fig h Another nod. oaths was unne o impossible f-Pro.
"l am a 'Prince,of the Blood1-the laugh neymen Printers are distinguished for intelli.??i shrouded in one dark overshadowing pall of things over his sepulchre, and commemorateshis 'Must have some business lo pay, pretty bably this was case until they becamecorrupted

ter of a Sovereign?Jor in America the people gence and sagacity. It was only an absenceof rayless gloom. Ah, joyful ever should b e name with its rolling knells of thunder. good business eh 7 I by oar example. Their simple

ere all Socertigu, and lam the daughter of self respect, which during some former the linking of young hearts together, and But, the effects produced by the right use of Yes,sir, you are correct there ; I have pr must have been a sacred to them,
one of the people." years kept them from occupying the high heavy! must be the fate awaiting those around bis i intellect are destined to survive the mar. bu.iness-and it is good business-excellent as most solemn abjurations a to us.-

Hu Holiness was so much pleased with the rank they now occupy among the industriousclasses. whom the shadows of fate are gathering even ble Mausoleums of the dead-the existenceof business.tt"Thought Never resorting to serious appeals t heaven

8lula baldness of the reply, that an interview We hope they will push the objectsof at that threshhold which should blaze in all Empires-and the remotest revolutions of BO ; how much might it bringa or the Great Spirit, for the confirmation of

*as granted-end the "American Prin. their society vigorously in every quarter. the gorgeous colorings of hope and promise!t the Heavens. month / their ataat profane oaths, as a matter o

eeu" admitted to an honor to which no lady GOOD DOCTRINE.Thomas Jefferson af. Yet the name sombre shade-the came S) long as the Electric fluid flashes in t the Forty dollars, sir." cr woud not follow.-N. Y. Jfsrror.
oft private station had sky has follower 1 liberty i u Forty dollars a month well, 'tis good ''
a ever before' aspired. ter he had retired from ibe Presidency, remarked gloomy huc-the depth of darkness. was --or Philosophy a ,--or 'Rlr>Yea SPIRJTIO. Yesterday about
a ,-so long shall the name of business any how that pays you that. What
votary
seated feature. lunch time
upon a. with
that the habit of ardent every gentleman
young
. using spirit is it if I' be bold ?T" .pct.
Origin of the warht Name. We Franklin stand pre-eminent on the rolls of may so
ng fort by men in offices had occasioned No sudden blushing of the rose, no swift I cles stepped into the "Americal" and
!tetrn, from Mr. Spark's new life of Wash more trouble public and the succeeding of the I lilly, co fitful changes fame and receive the plaudits of an admiring Not bold at all, air-I take pleasure in for a ''fiscal agent" :
more injury to
1Dgtco, that Oertbur was the original name service than other circumstance during public telling of youthful passion and warm hope, world." informing you. You must know in the first I "A what!" asked Michael.
of>> tho any I
make dollars
-Washington family ; that the latter his administration. And were I to commence was seen in that bride's cheek; but one place, twenty a month! simply '*A fiscal ageai"waa the-reply "don you
J0* was probably assumed William de AMERICAN WoitzN.-'The: women, moreover by minding my own butinc, and again I .
by again said Mr Jefferson the first unvarying shade of funeral gloom possessedthe know what 'that I.t'?
,
Hertbum, between the 1281 and 127 are much hadsorner than the men. Theyare make twenty dollars by letting other people* "
and years question I would ask, with regard to every maid, possessed tbe preacher; in fact: "No sir, said Michael."Is .
,. that the almost uniformly good looking, thegreater alone9Honey.Afoon. I
manor held in the line
was male
they were all l possessed. Reader I exclaimed the
they were
until about tbe candidate for office, should be, I* he addicted number are what would be called in II I it'P8ib1r getlemann
year 1400, or 130 year*.- '" all darlciet.-Picayune. with astonishment
During this period, the to tAe use of ardent ,spirits England pretty women,' which is something .-Though this phrase is L iu thought
have
mains appears to body knew the fuhiooed drink."
bftsMft common use, its derivation is.little known, a. eYr new
tmulll flTOttf0 Wcuyngion. though i itMtweMB At a recent election for a bell-rriart in the Character tiu of Citia.-Boston is said between good looking and handsome, .in never beam of it, I -
n ""' --1M.,. : tbe nice distinctions of This unit nothing respecting it is found in the dictionaries bu can give jousometVing
W.p. 4o?. Jn Ira sub. town of Worcester, the niece of the late incumbent to be famed for notions; New York for wealth, beauty. er encyclopedias. Its is from which is much better," said Mi i
aequent change it origin a
was extends alse to their which
probably written candidate fortuity figures,
ra. was a f objections beingmade enterprise, foreigners, gentlemen and loafers; chic!
hind! different custom of the Tnetanes, an ancient people in
y at branch. : slender
almost uotvanaLYof and of
of the family.? to her because she abe are good "
was a woman, Philadelphia for Quw.neat, women "What itthBrDd.a
At the Herald's pretty Germany, who drank mead, or i
methegfin (a
Bcek,'" at Mr. Sparks College,called(in the Visitation replied, ,God bleu you, air, that's no rea. and good beer- Washington for a set symmetry.And: Very.&w that large, should or -tout.wOlDen call. beverage made with boney,) for thirty days water,.to be..u.that does _
l it.) of ?North n-haeo' for li"81" The are sees, none we mas*
we a voman Orleans
hungry, office-seeking ptuiGi'-New ao amendments! .
after amy .
amhae: for tbe culine. usual ttlarriage.P ae
year 1618, t found the simplicity and rradiaess of the.nplfadmrt.t.ed for coffee and pistols Charleston for the A'mare'than degree'of femi. modes w .ttktn ado
,
oC llba'' Wt aDd RoWn' her as a candidate, and, on the show of yellow fever-end Cincinnati for industry, nine delicacy enhanced by laa'general? Friendship of tie +orld.-" When I see ted Mcbu' opposition, .the up la P''

T.u. Those persons_wero uncles to bands, she was unanimously elected. economy Urge turnips and bogs. ness of complexion and aught figure, is par. ?leaves drop from the trees in the beginningof I .itbou. .', ,Picaya&rOSrtfcrpoJentpexsoos eyeD
aD1'Lawreoce W .. characteristic of. ricaD females b
,' ubington, who e w. ... tienlarly autumn, jaIt.JUCb,think I, is the friendship!
Erted f 10 Virp a._ Even. in tbe.deepest distress,when a sweet The P ut<- Obi; for bow; many buried and the 'extremerespect> aod deference of'the world.,'While the amp of twist s It aaee .' destnotir of reaia. .

trill litile woman turns tip her lovely face and joys-bow many withered hopes is that little shown to them by men,has tendency to h'. lute my' ,friends. are/ia abundance; ;;but in thowinter tbeli' _apesq *a.:' .altotittppt -
P I, tbtt s w'.. and rood, says, -We will! not despair, will we ?" where' at+isiaeth4titDehtutcyblttaaldagtheaa wore do. to? a
man J 'For
m. >
>. word the significant, epitaph! Who lies not of ray need, Ibft-.J8IY8. .He b ahappy ID.
='rti pa aitritd, to pUyjbutitorhtbtoiilgam is the heart that can resist the sweet the pendent tht____-sod assistance ofoi the of '
on +
,
.
n+perti6e stopped in the eager race* of life, to reflect ngal'rrbo> bath i tree. friend. at his treed; .,., l.o t t W"r
data ptofaared soothing charm, or feels not a gleam of than than EngKifebdief. of the same chusu.sually 11 :- '" -Z .
told be I bap.pinecf upon its meaning, aad teen profited by its but he is'more titilybti PP that bath rio need ) : l. 'I .
t vein. and &d man. I wander on its throbs ? silent admonition F 0 are."';..;J. S.. BtI aI-: '. ,of. his- non'h" .2"-W [i'8par e"Mbdifa;. ,I comes t sinecure; .(o. -,

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*, ., "Jr.''U4lrr' I JrY '!gel news 'frotn:*. '& tithi tEat r the V. Before, (J-the.-ElectJ. .. u. ,;Congrew.ho paWi d..t.followinjpiWifing l ',- -st r; e.x W f

!.. rR2kk c..p.n.cODgtoi THE PDptn. r wut -has l delivered. himself up ,, We" commend the folio wwg, from theBOO'tothe ir- his p"UtIca r. V is{ n ame afnceut y rn, edL ora1'Tinrritorial
fatt '
(tje'gie fiofcilvH iinde'rl '' [The the CickmiInquirer ift .
'' lete
22KEJS1' ***.the :ft*'*. t* : TALLAHASSEE.. FLOIUSA: idi t.rtJi, f,-hU rriori 'n* only '- ): attention. '. ,,of o'ufreaders I hoping jaoted :Itconlain: *>he following in ft5 CODltrJti, and V'
: enir
!, r |'jfemaiora llfit'J -. Unif -fi it will receive careful It ebowilhatj national politi ;?', '
UIeS. perusal.i T
-t'tq. ; EDWARD f. 'Oftsoit, EDITOR 1 I ioi rtegggc/s re __ ration t Back :] i ? anit7dt1viAth.V):

FinI" i;rthetAe /UU /tact D11ss ai il Saturday 'i. It is also believed_ that a band- of Creeks are; ; before the 'Presidential election, the 'l believe! that the charter given to the United\Whig ;" "i is a 'Nati 1a1. Barnai, and :

to" relieve; 'the' beople or\TJg1Vr1': September.1lf441.Vco[ 1Tectta jt1] *comein.-- "'., *V question before the'People'was' not'Bank '0 r S; Bank warnnronstiluUonal bemj not one of,;: on." How much do*, the editor IG
oCtbe.Scar
FIVE pffOUSAtfD DOLLARS, given'(to I .. h j no:bank,'but"that the Whig presses discarded thote measure necessary to earl the express ..[differ from:Nationil _
(tbe General Harmon. I munUYlDo : ., j.| The Star: of this week prefers an accusa. )/ granted powers i intoeeCt&C._ | CO'H'Wt m. ''aDd.
the idea, :whenever put"iIpd 'tbem by the 'These state that.Gen. Harrison's are the Whig party of FfQl: da -
V T 7
.Second' act to relieve:the people. This is ANTIJA1TUOltD- ', .- .- TICKET. lion ag-iinst ooeoTithocaodidates. .on thejde.mocraho ,gentlemen Cd
-an act' .., --.For-Benllt 1 and.faiih-bond" the Democrats;; and that manjr of the leading : opinions 'in:regard aJJank"_ arc'sirni-i !
rrlievine the people7'of THREE ticket of being
|Whig"papers vyfil GenT 'Harrison la rio1hose of'Mr/ .Mr. _M"adl.1 For the Florid I.
HLTL RED as as ".
/ SEYENJ'YSIrTHO U. James father oftbe ,Peasacola faith bond Hank Jeterson.uD : VI.
A Berll tilot.I The
., and that and Editor of the Star in
SAND'DOLLARS himself considered: or said! they considered, on, they ; bia U*
io' he perver
'i ;
I
ay. expenses Chapterand of it the ]
ofj Celling through coun. ai isrepre3entedty.bis enemies. y I eems very much inclined to take the iS1cratic
thtTpreaVnt session of Congrrs-t., a charter for JJnhed States Bank uncon. rel
Third act to retieec the people. This i i. I j] : For Representative*, il.) The accusation is so supremely ridicufous stitutional. hi? enemies who perverted and misrepresent, Anti-FaithBond Party under bit ?kind'f

.bill'to) gite' nwav' 'tbout'I'IfREE a Daniel (. to all who are at all acquainted with the ed General Harrison's opinions, by.pronouncing and fatherly protection. He would adi a.
MIL.] : McRaeny It was /known before the election that i ieh and
!.LIONS OF DOLLARS V course' eX the candidate (said by the Whigs him a Bank man, who are they who, now warn them, if they do not 1o slrmt
annually of tbpeni3' James D. JVestcoll Jr. [John T'ler-W8s, and always had been opposed "pervert and his opinions 'TIn they are in danger of being Hone ,
Tyhit
revenue ,
although tfap to be alluded to) in regard to bauks and faith nisrepresent" ,
snme
I people t lo Bank. Harrison had said an of North Car. of the candidates selected
a Gen. ,
n
V wilt' have to "hetaxed Nathaniel W. Walker on the
.THREE AND 4 bonds, that it is '
hardly deserving a reply.- cratic
Anti.Faith
HALF that the late Bank was unconstitutional and olina, by the Hon. E. Badger, it was de. Bond ticket for RePl'elen

.chargviaud.ossei.f.plo.NS. to replace! it'i : Arthur Bumcy, Sen. The candidate in question has never been a Convention considered cared to be untrue that Gen. Harrison was I t tauve. The St..r or me of ifa .

.' Fourth member of the council, and when the bill au. says a Whig any ala National Bank. Itors, it seems, has made the MtouwfoJJS*
act to relieve Ihepeopie. This Government Bank r favor '
bill lo rtrif the M o Jcllcrsoti. County t thorising the Governor to'ei-dorsc and guar. "inexpedient and. perni. Savannah Republican, of Seprembr hitherto secret, that this candidate*
in '
people d-bt TWELVE
MILLIONS OF DOLLARS. PKUOCUATIC ANTJ.TAITH BOND TICKET : antee the bonds of the Banks, to enable the cious. But now, at this late hour, we are 15, 1840, an organ of the Whigs Ihat section 'the author and "father" of thi* 'PensacrJ B'covery

Vietling mi I told, that it was the main question on which I of the find the Faith Bond Bank Charter !
For we
annual charge upon them 'of SIX HUN Senator, Pensacola Rail Road to be built, was passed country rlo"'iug:: J Truly the loco
DRED : the election! turned. Oh consistency, thou I "We Buffered the' communicatioiof' l aces should be exceedingly
!
THOUSAND inadvertently grateful
DOLLARS for in- James A. Berlhelot. h ici was not connected with the Executive A Bartlett for the (to Mr
terrslt, to enable the Reform ,. a jewel. r1au ufl86."lo pasyeaterdaj j exercise of that Patriotic':?
Administration,; department l of the Teiritory. We are authorized without comment. TI wo scarcely no l lance, deep and laborious

not to pay off urrcllrages mf>reh'! but to micrrMse For Representatives; by him to deny expressly that he was V From the .Jfadisonian lived the pcint and pith of thu la t paragraph, l.tnt fearlessness! and research' and'Si
fho public Who is wherein friend considtrs chivalry which
expenditures his PerfUous our the two candidate* hu
the last, three millions and a hit I1* of year dollars.over! Elias E. Black burn. ever in favor of that bill, or that he advocated Whig papers and Whig politicians, conti. the .ampion!. tf Bank ana anti.Bank-.Mr. V*iliuriu Bulled in this wonderful, and aflomshinjf\fa.re-'

Fifth act to relieve the'ptople This i j. a John L. Taylor. ts passage, or that of any bill authorising: nuc, (see the speeches of Messrs. Bolts and I 1 Ho Is j ainst mistaken.and General Harrison in favor; Closure made: We doubt not in his labor* be
entirely General Harrison !hi other discoveries
bill to t run the people in debt' TEN MIL .- I t faith bonds or endorsements. We learn that,,. Arnold* ,) we regret to say, to pour out vials c consistent opponent of the United Stales Bank s I I,, and other bani as to who wrote divers

LIONS OF DOLLARS MORE, To bu> We have to perform the perhaps mainly at his suggestion some of ol u rath upon the head of Mr. Tjler. The and s>o voted on all occasions, so tar as we know sundry charters, reports,mes.
B' nk stock with Iud Hani melancholy dutj: vocabulary of the languagu seems to : The 'here a number sages, vetoes, &c.and we hope he
er" ate a political of he provisions of the bill as origiutlly ha\'E lartion party hiS :large a opposed .hide his will Dot
the proposed
for recording decease of friend and light under a bushel
the our been
purpose of furn -llIlIg MUMO ""W Bid ransacked for words to express their: a Govermcnt onk ax their opponent The loco.fo.,
die with me.iiisotit ol the public! Treasury partner in tho Floridian, and its late Editor to be introduced (odious bccasse similar angry denunciations. This is alt In the New Yor Whig, a paper published j :ocs of Leon si ould show their gratitude to
t< to some of the most vicious of the, exceedillgl. the Editor
corrupt the servants of llie prop'e, and' in: Doctor EDWARD H. GI so A few week S principles strange-and strangely early in the we find the following of the Star on this subject. 1 hey
charter of *
the Union Batik
lieve them fiom he since he ,) were modified I i have been able and paragraph : hould be assured th 1I is no **mares
( trouble. (}f vlf .- lel'this ci.V for St. Joseph where may many. moro influenttial nest" h0
goverr.ment. so us to render them less and .
pernicious, so.is I h Ins ;per' It is no
his family resided, with thu view; of but there were none more zealous or: "But wo wain thc Whigj against encumberingemselves electioneering bagatelle
: Sixth act to relieve the removing to give additional security to the Territoryand [ more industrious than we were, in the.con. L with false. iiaues. Let them! nut t.ki I 110 political! tale manufactured for selfish .
: people. This is i u them to this plare. On his he more effectual guards against t fraud and I \ : the but is all pur
Much
hr: .in act lo nnk li. way stopped t test which the administration of up gauntlet their opr onf it. offer poses good honest, plain,
j ilupeo|> when they buj, .1 few days at Apalachicola, to minister to mismanagement, and. which amendments he ir. Van Icrminatet I Above all, 'Jet them not take counsel of their ad V livev,hig, Star, bank fact. Who consem.
ta But do will
sugar rofltM.md ,
we I hesi.
iI.t1S most
v.i other ailicl" protest .
vLTsurii* We have to do with a \atonil
have drawn and this is nothing
the and I
those suffering lie! may sum t tate to credit the Star this
: by on
ji-y ONE DOLLAR AiO TWENTY CEMS, fo prevailing epidemicYellou solemnly, that, we were not aware that we E Bank. 1 hu W higs. it.iii pover, would nut subject When
Mihslancr; extent and effect of his in [ .. h has it
puled 1.lhcr ever
Et .
what "they c-in now buy for uSE DOI.HK, UIK l Fever, hero he contracted the dis. were Looting for I cause, time leading object t harlur onc.Ve want no tliicu3-iou aluuI a displayed the slightest digporitioa
of
the charter.
the Whigs call il It .'tariff on luxuries." I Ii lease which developed itself immediately up. hip and modifications Evenitli the alterations rof. which was, as home now declare, aNa, IJalik. That 'lcLIII is :cdlt: :' t 10 raise false reports, circulate slanders dis.

is a plan to take fioiii, ihie pi-oplc! very; /filth// ion( his arrival at St. Joseph, and to which lie uied that he influenced inserted in i i5 de. ;'tionul t Dallk.V e assert also, in all sincerity, Ill the Alfmy Evening Journal, the lead seminate haracter incorrect stories, or do injury to the
or of
pound of sug.tr, lea and ci'llec! thfy buy fo fell victim. Our promoter anywise ) t hat we do not believe that th.i mass of tin: i"S organ Whigs in the Empire State., any democrat 1 Does not every .
a with the of tic bill.
acquaintance Doc But
their families, to ruahle ibis reform ltnini, pas-sage a recur. I people had any idea that they were sustaining t hu fo lowing may be found : member of the party, every citizen of this
a > lor G. commenced about a year since> when Veiice to the journals and acts ol the Council 1, i Whenever the county, know the Star is '
tralion such ( federal ,
lo mcreaso the putihc ; a causIf they did, where did the) .1dm ui"tralrOI finds n i a pauernpre n4
or what amounts to the same expenditures thing, ra'ikt he was induced by the democratic party, i in on this subject, has brought to our notice ,!: get it ? Certainly not from the columns of;. .?orivcniu to commit sue IC' atrocity lr; met.I Iis : i its Editor a paragon Editor in this regard

them pay as iruch for Jive pounds(! H l th" ; Middle Florida, to take charge of the edit, some important facts. Most of the restric-.it*,this paper-certainly not from the principal I t i extravagant tho expenditure or coder up it!pw Every one can testify to the ;"rarnaculate .
puity
lions and securities ligary Argus Kirivis tu diver
guards contained in the:) invariably 1 r -the well!!
now pay for six. 'fllh111 be the ell'e ct I 01! nat department of this press. We never be I first bill ssed in 1638 .;Whig papers 1 of the country-surely not from 1 (public 1) attention from i it. hy sOle, stale lir.ide about t established reputation of tle-
were repealed Star in this
a tariff of 20 per cent.We tore, met a man so devoid of selfi&hnes p byl tlie stump, nor from the halls of Congress 'i .N'atioii.il. Bank." Thus we find it Um morn rClpect.Ve have confidence

have ever.il other ,'dievethe 01 .111 act approved by Governor Call. The! ,, If I a bank was the leading why wa 11 i : announcing' in two /line the. passage .t(' tin: therefbro that the Dcmuuiuilc Aoli-Faita
projects t to ssl'd of object
poss( more undeviating. probity 01 act exonerates the stockholders of the Bank l l"rfa Xotu L5iU atid Bond in Leon
people (of their > nut a bank candidate selected ? Why were I urj follovvmjr up its l.rii.f di.-: party will show their gratitude
such [
niiiney ;is an rxj-eu I more titan; in his character and principles- liom liability for the faith bunds. Did thu* i;lMure of tIe, tried'cmablc: c.'nltiunoftti Gov- to: the Star for his
give o timely
Homu SqudJiou if tho N. two gentlemen placed upon the ticket, who: \ ,warning, and
ivy, litnlilin'.1 candidate iu also delude and -rinnent, with nearly' a whole culuinn of ofejnr a- go
and Endowed with a superior intellect und hav. question cajoles: and minfully and boldly to the
? were up polls and
completing fortifications lor the u.-c ol Governor open undeviating opponents of ;:i t lory eommenl; upon a 'Jlani-noth Incorporation,' vote
our enemies on >ud
means ol making n'-C' ary a 1 I'rer' iirruy' canon, ardent in Vis temperament, just in hi is that before Again, we notice by the first i that the votes of the people might first be The Whig Governor of North Carolina: in Faith Bo'nd Ticket selected by the Editor of
the
act
Governor to"endorse
lake care of .mil defend them, &< ., &.'. conceptions, and sound in judgment he and was 3L t secured, and then these decoys undo thea,his message lo the Legislature of the State, I i-i the Star and Capt. Brown, and, give him the
1 com. the bonds the
Bank
t to
guarantee was of
with muchlhe in i'iii'ryo.. .Not that, \\ t tuned the elements of ; i igive instruments. of a desiga of which the I N .vtmbcr, 1840, took ground directly and; printing the Legislature; next fall. I shall

object *o forI IIi, ations at points \rhciu the a great man. lie Masi a mortgage oa .all its properly and"I not heir, and to which they Icot.lc'diJ lof CI I lexplicil.against; a National Dank- certainly do so In preference to the Floridian
) scientific and kilful tiCk! to the Territor We informed
are necessaryilid; can IK quickly occupied ph)sician. Ardently at- ) are j parties ? Was any such fraud and p !]I The Senate of the State of Georgia, in or Sentinel either; by way of'reward for its

by a militia f'ic". -hut so/nc I tivo-thials! of :ached to }politics, however, he did not seek' this: mortgage ofiice.was given, and is ua file in thoSecretary's contemplated ? If it was, we were 10t rfsl; ''Nov., 1840- hich.! it we are not greatly mis active virtue.

those coinrueuced never can be oTuae .'i.TM[ t that reputation in his profession which he I I formed. that the Executive And we in 1S33 are l further and ':3'J in.J i I t ti the s. crct. If we had been, and hud lent u :taken, had a Whig majority, adopted thE SOLOMON_ _SIMPLE.
-- --
to te enemies of the might have attained. h hand f forward such ,. t other : -
country, or thu cncmia easily lie was an able ;liter the hank had tl a stupendous conspiracy following among rcao'utions :
exploded, neglected, a Connfy Convention
the
of people.So uritcr and sul WJ should look ourselves as for [ '.3 /1. Resolved That the
political versed in all the upon power to utter aI'Jaiik
question! ; (lirected by law, to commissioner el Agreeably notice
appoint a previous foraCotmu-
much for cur relief Congress. I Is Whig.g uf the .: evermore a worthy object of the scorn and! : or any other Corporation is not grunted to
( day. An uncompromising democrat to examine the hank, and also! to< :
"*ry keeping its promts* *" to the! People ? neglected ( ,contempt of honest men. .I'( 'oi rc0s by the Clf"llulcn.nJ: is not nec. ia'ry ion for the nomination candidates to reprcent -
some years s since he look of the Florida proceed upon the uioilg.igc. and that lhc5 lo into C
charge thai
gr.'nieJ
Let sarry I'CtIIJ power by this
; us recur, a moment, to portions of the,''inntrumtnt *' > County in the next Legislative ,
From the New York Herald. Courier, which he edited with i great suc. Bank and Rail Road Company! have sold! history of that memorable contest of 1840.( i Council, the Convention assembled ;
\ early: two hundred thousand dollars worth* j I In the speech of the Hon. Mr. Barnard! on the
Quite an excitement took place to i in ess. Subsequently he was invited to Waslngton 1. and see if there uc any excuse for the treat$: ::1 specified day, 4th.
day (Sept.
tf Rail )
Road Iron, cars, <|>ikef, and other ar-9 New York, delivered in the House 01! Repre-
Wall street in he i: melt with which Mr. Tyler i is visited. f
of the where took of the, United |
consequence stoppage chirgc: aides included this June- ; The called
in mortgIge.: Wu hay Gen. sert nitives, 1840.1 that distinguished: meeting was to order when
of the redemption of the hills of thu Unioi; States C/V/ Harrison, ii: his at Dayton t'
Telegraph, as an of Cci ilso IH'ard'IJo
Bank of Montreal. adjunct [I. purchased some seven or in October, and Mr. JptCcl his ..Whig, said : Samuel Thierd was chosen Chairman, and
This Tyler,
.
immediately out of difficulties stoppage of the Water-grew Green, and conducted it through the storm t) l'ightthou'iand dollar$ worth alibis mortgige: | letter of! the same month, expressed IK-nricoj theirjf i' "[ aking is an unfit, employment! for the Government R. B. Carpenter and N. M. Hibbard Sec
contest of nullification. Some four property. We shall thw subject when -I' ifc a ding: :rous cznnloyinenl in
vliet Bank from yea Fb pursue 'opposition to a Bank. We have heretofore"?' "Iat- retaries. The following Delegates appeared
,
arising the failure of Petei further uiithentic information and dot 'ever hands it !!tny be. while, in hsIioi'.Ci: and cor'rupt '
Comstock. We have repeatedly cautioned igo he returned to I lorida, and settled III St- ..wo uinunts.get :.i: quoted their views, and it is unnccessartoX I |'' hand, i cannot fail t prove an engine ot ar.d took their seats.

the public against these concerns, paiticular: Joseph, until solicited to take! charge of this! Whatever that of thc\:..repeat them. f::IJprcuuIion, calamity; :and rtiiii." t From Centre-cilJe Precinct: Wm. GPor.der. -

V ly in our article of 19th .Marcn last ; at liu I'rp-s l last summer. Doctor G. was born democratic candidates press miy; say :.|; We heard nuny speeches, we read moan y.p. :Ir. the 1.tuclet which bunks can be made l< : Samuel Thiers, Capt. Joseph B.
they have little (1tar. > 'addresses ,, \IM in Ill po.ititat :'ir. of this co.. if
same time, the Wall street papers and their HI;> Maryland, and removed to Florida, soon The praises and commendations( oft: and we were daily conversant"jvvith mite they can b>; i:nli>ted on t'lesiJe of (GUVIr.niry Johnson, R. B. Carpenter, Wan. Lee, and E.
tenders have sedulously endorsed them : some :UOO of thu Whig new of?men!, will be tound be U. Whitaker.
siSter to
rnori thc Cession. He was *vcll verged ill friend Bartlett would be more hurtful, as ll :papjrs irrlj tlllu and overvvliflming. .
particularly a penny paper started by Auroi the Spanish and fate tf the ICj the United Slates during the whole contest,? 1 believe, if thi< inrlucnc"' nofonghl.il : From St. Marls and Shell! Point Prerinctl:
language and faith-bond.whig.conserva'.ivc: Star
custom! held
Clark and others for ,and we solem: :ily aver, that I will be obtained the tJub-Treasurj F.
political purposes, and ticket the election I' we cannot re-j by B. Whiting, Shelman N. Daniels, Amos
several important offices under the sit 'illl'roIt will exhibit tin;!:, and certain
TerritorialGo'cralI1cnt collect
edited by one Greely. O.i the 22d of Jutx a striking how : more than one public address, onef Hlect. 1 us'ltt thin!; thu steady :'h1Ir."nl'IJOI. \. Alexander and James C. Wills. .

that print had the following : : on its first organization, and 1 (men can be politically spectacle used respectable by keeping,'speech, and two. or three Whig newspapers,' gini-ral, o. all interference bonki. innorrnt in po'ittc a!- ;th"y. and: anin L From Tallahassee Precinct : Capt. J. W.

Union Hank of .U'untrcal.-Certuiu p:a. was also appointed by Prcsidei.t Adams, a evil company, and Imvuig: up indiscreet and 'in which a National Bank was urged as a detsuable ':I rinlesb .is they! us.ially! ire and must b?, "hr"nu.l Levinus D. :\. Sheffield F. H. Flag G.

pcrs, consistent opponents of bank charters. member of the Territorial Legislature, werelieve heedless counsellors, associates and advo.,. object, or as a question belonging t to| turbcd In their action, except t by wise Dnt i(C. Johnson, T J West, J. Williams, A. Dan-

and all monopolies'"-recently warned tin : two successive sessions. His family : cates. They should hide tIme Star under a the The controversy before the people. jt d.'utjry: and re/uatioi tra! le, )and', and left! I hy to the ordinary. :otinonuy 1 i els, N. 31. Hibbard, W. H. Michael, Hughrcher

public against taking the notes of the bank i address we allude to. was the Bunker|. a j.st c'>uipeitioiiiniuug I' \ II. V. Snell.!
whom cloud in.til after
to he was tenderly n' .ched, and' the 2d Monday in October. Hill declaration Itcf-dveO yet I think banks .
above named,*'hich we understand is a'free:. ,itis friends have I a"d the speech was that off t cap.iblu; of being' coutrollcd Iiy the G.vcrn'n'nl..n: When, on motion, Capt. Willis and Mr.

one. Thu Union Bank his: now been ii numerous met with a hen.vy The last Star HI)s that the Floridian has S u getitlecmn in Baltimore, which frightenedthe arid elected into u"lrUICILi cn.;::t., before (Oliver were recognised as Delegates from theJdochnee

operation several years, nnd has never at bereavement. They have our sincereympatllies. ''chunged; the name of its party. Not so. The committee of arrangements; at the time,: wl icl!a \nst amount Of pu'-Jicund popular! om; ion j[ Precinct.On .
lima His V and they culled another the 'Hlulilicallt rl may be lade 10 bo* down I ii,
refused redeem its political and his geiitlemiu to motion
any in party coun. it
_;_ __, u _. i ii -1 notes" sj'_e' party for years and years past: has been|_:stand, (to deny that the issue had .._ ; fcubfrurvicnty la Excculivp dicta was,
ci?, even wien an oiner batiks ouojflIiuu. It.-I :ry have sustained a loss not easily repaired [known as the Democratic Party. Last been truly l": "--. ?- Resoh-ed. That the candidates be nominated

principal"crime in the eyes of its opponents V true insciiption) and appropriate for his- ycar!'presented. sir, nobody knows, better than the lre"iton\ separately before< the Convention instead of
be our ticket was headed" Democratic Republican .|h! In addition to this negative infc. the ln tad StaLes, the influence
appears t to that of steadily redeeming it- omb would be Here lies honest :, testimony which "ank. ma) being selected and nominated by a committee.
an nranirtd [ Ticket.) This DemocraticVnti.FJth 5 renlial from the silence of the Whi"t luc "-/ude lo wield in j .Nothing buttes
notes in this city at 1A per cent discount year general r, 1 po'ili-F. i is When the Delegates from the different

while those of all other Canada banks an a tru'e patriot '* Bond Ticket:" Thearc the I' L party on the subject, we may now quott. .,derslood, intiuence ihan, fur the: ue whirl! was made of tln> precincts( recommended their favorite individ-
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bold at 2 to if cent. Its hay The Floridian will be continued, for the democrats ; !E.tsoine positive evidence, that a National! (.wi : "rries of years i i'b tlif% ,Slats ils and the
per agent also. -amc.e are nil over the (Union, balk roi' W'ICI' lie and I CUII lot the benefit of following gentleman were unanimously

we believe, put down the rate of discount it r r.scnt, Ly the surviving partner, who will don mud we wish to be understood as JefFerson fwas not an i issue blow the People.gj ,arty there, i nominated as candidates for KepreenUitives -
our j gj The address of the Whig Central Commit '1 h<: indeed, and Inn ftiends .
city on all'.Canada This the Irculcnt. an'ro"u in the
money. w( utmost to make paper useful as a new Democrats and Democratic : c miag Council :
.
ltejitihihicatas.l'erritoriahly I,. ihis/
know Is tee to the Whigs ali! of llu V ; represent infuffce a% always
a trick in tie Conservatives
naughty
very ol anti OPIJS
commercial and
eyes tin '
to
Wall street, but fchould it prejudice the Lau. paper, acceptable wo are Anti-Failh Bond, Anti- litcd Status, dated Wushpigton, Aug. 2."ilti40 .,, d tl G"ernmt-nt. 111 lilt year I li DANIEL McRAENY,

in the opinion of the'puLlic T ,)arty whoso principles he supports. Bank (Florida Bank) and Ar.ti-Consejvative,:' and signed R. Garland and J. C.. ':'"mpl had\>in
S This ib from a print that is daily clamorout t lor if the course of the Star has been u Concrvative -,f"Clark, in behalf of the Committee, does noif lecn; -unjustly' e Ulldi.cd.,a: I think, ansi N. W. WALKER, and
for National Bank Through the politeness: t.I Cupt. Kelchum, allude to the question of National Bank. .t ithoul foundation. evil influei.cr
a a
and
a high turin '' one, we want nothing to do with it. III HII.C a* ARTHUR BURNEY SR.
we havu been fUl'lIihcdlhc following newt"rom --, -'- I i;|4 The address to the people of ..M.nland, b ,t aknuw:/ ha /(11 attribute! in unlpril' ,
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More L'lIchlna Tampa : From Mississippi) Free Trader. [ t the Whig Central Committee of the State,, truss, to the late Dank of t ihe/ United .Stale.nj .! It was Resolved, That a committee of one
I I \ in i lu'if late uzus s We learn from the Pcoria (III.) Ilegistei. The remainder of Coacoochee's party, 14 A btatcmei.t t of the debts claimed of the l dated Baltimore, August, lei 10, is silent upon.I ,the number nnd power of lie! personi connected appointedWinform

that, a few weeks since, a young man nainec Stale flf \ ,thc t subject of a Bank. .vith the bank,1' ot* their 'fearful weight," 01 candidates of their nomination, and to fill
number had j\lissiisippi. I
in Pca
n Creek
at also
George Fisher, of Henderson, co., was tukci.; come e j % At the great National Convention of Young ;!icir ''ability to perpetuate their authority" aliI! any vacancy, should it occ'ir by resignation
Hospilarki and 24 of his men hud come in at I This is the bending of a long and minute .f t their the Government ir otherwise--when
Men "controlling
out of bf-d at night I, by a band of ruffians til Baltimore, in May, lti4U, wo heard. in peace and
one half of his head shaved, his body tarred .;he same place, and had: been conveyed toPumpa. t able, showing the nmounl of Bonds sold,!((tot u word said about a National Bank. III war. The Chair appointed the followTng ner-

and feathered, and then, with hi* hands tic' Coacoochee's party are all in ex- (wherein the faith of the State is pledged) ;in. j| At the great meeting of Whig merchants,p 'tanks Wc'l, and i-ir.if if that ucli influence i influence may really be brought belongs/ tc to sons :-From Centreville, Capt. B. Johnson;

behind him, put into a canoe arid set adrift ii I '.ept one, who liwe /! he will not come iu.- t terest due, and interest to be paid, before the! addressed by Mr. Webster, ui New York. ear in l>o.tiity! Iu GJicrn.ncnL-a point about t from Tallahassee, Capt John Levinus; from

the Mississippi river, with a threat that thewould \ Information had Ixtjn received by the Col. principal becomes due, with the addition of.t[September, 1840, a National Bank was not .vhcli; the Puc'pe! have no occasion of alarm 3t. Marks and- Shell Point, F. B. Whiting' ;
kill him if he r called J for in of thp what binders Jiat this xanie influence should t from Oclocknee Capt. Willis; and on ,mo
came ashore. Afte,I any resolutions. The
I I :ommanding, that the Creeks were collecting:, principal, making in all $14,936,709 30, *did however ) 10. be secured in favor of Gjvcrn Deut J" tionV.. H. Michaels was added to tho
few
floating a miles, Fisher contrived to fre : ask Congress to assert its
outh of the Wilhlacoochec and that de which has got to be paid by the bone and Now, nsk candid Commiitee.
his tmnds and reach the shore. lie immedi they I tpo\cr to improve And regulate the finances te any reader if on .

atuly returned home, and caused some of th lired to negotiate, for the accomplishment c/j t [sinew of the State, besides keeping the wheels *and currency of the country, and so did we. !iiokiug over these confirmations of the general Resolved, 1 hat the shove Committee, with

ruffians to be apprehended, who, after due which', a U. S. Schooner had been despatch lof State still in motion.. fjF In the reports(; ( of the proceedings of the truth we have stated, that the question of the addition of the Chairman, act as Delegates '

examination, were bouud over to appear ai I fl l to New Orleans to bring over another de. The New York-Star-- of the .. great meetings at Columbus, at Fort Meigs,; .1 National J'auk .was not the issue before the to the District Convention for the nomi- ,

the next Court of complains tppointments [ta at Auburn N. People in 1840, he <*aa maintain the chargeof nation i of a candidate for the Senate, to fill
-two them in bonds ol I cgation, partly Creeks, in hopes to have Satatog Y., at Richmond,
:< of the President and '
IJ UiIVLess Mr. the or
91,200 each, the others from-4i>0 to $800(J ralk and induce the whole band says Va., we find no allusion to perfidy ngainat Tyler for adhering Iehis 'vacancy oc asioned by the resignation
to give up 1 he gives the Whigs of Now York principles.i On the W. P.
each. The 'remaining four ruffians madi( 1I a help fu National Bank. contrary. if the charge Duval, Esq.j 0

their escape to the Iowa side of the river, and come in at once. The writer adds-" I Iaegin ing hand there will be no hope of canning i But on the contrary, in the address of the of perjdiuts: .applicable! to any body, is i it t Voted' That the proceedings of this meeting -

and there succeeded in rallying a mob, who to think prospects arc better than the tho, State. We cannot come out of thc 51mg. Whig Convention, f fur the nomination of dec. Ilof Ied: to those who maintained I IflG be signed by tho Chairman and Secreta-x

came over iu a ferry boat and recaptured:J ever have ton, that thej war will be closed glt* without the implements of var." What t tons, to the people of Virginia, we find the ciples before the People, and I ries, and published in the Floridian." .

Fisher. This was tn the middle of the after this winter." are the implements of war 1 Money has nl.. :t follow ing against a Bank : an. 0, ., t after having achieved the Voted, To adjourn, sine d e. 'J" ,

noon. Fisher was taken some seventy yard Col. Worth, certainly deserves credit, and ways been considered the sinew of tar.Thug' j "But if opinions( :upon the tariff, Internal I 10 vktordl1,4Iqe hose 'who make no recriminations. But I SAMUELTUIERSVChaiaf. v

from the road tied With a chain and wIn i,! if he in his lroVltmh, and the Cank tr a Hank( be the tru live in glass! houses should nevei I R. B. CAKPE.NTER, ) ,
perseveres exertions the | the Star wishes the President Laid r throw Secretaries.
and a guard of two men, armed with knives: war I to rP. 1t-11 of RCfuhrlniIU then how >IAnds Genera t stones. ,N. M.. HIBBARD, t{, V.' .
will be brought to a focus before eight them a helping hand, to aid them in their Ihrriaon : with Mr. Van Hurcn? \Vaiuvver ,.
and pistols, placed over him. who told hint i! that the Tariff"Hiid HIcLcod and Ireland. ,, .. "
months und will hit') upon 'Internal 1m I 0'
heap lasting honors election. Is TIllS WHIG 1 Federal Precept. _,
on TilE
instant deulli cay
that if he hallooed, was his portion. i provcmenls he cannot be worse than Mr. Van Bn- The Dublin correspondent of the Roster n '
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Here ha remained till dark when he:' icad. I Yellow Fever.- reu, as we have shown you; and as i/nc Bank, hi* Post, writes as follows : Persons employed under the government
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\\imqualfied( declaration that and paid for their services attho public revenue
was taken to the second island above Bloomington By tho of the Board of Health in it 1 unconstitutional I The Pirate McLeod.
tho The decision of the
Through report -
politeness of the editor of the! 'it Iff ore you; and theloi3lor., 'JBOI tobeliave tlut are hot expected to,'take 'an'active or;
,-d flogged by four men until his back, Sentinel New Orleans that the above ho i* m favour of ink In X. Y. Court in this case, has given the '
we have received the following : I wo see disease ;a_,1 any form, for he:in aiuredly .I great.est afficious part in "attempts :to influence thfmInds'
legs and arms were cut into; welts.-He wa* satisfaction iu
opposed to V Ireland.
B.tnk. AI 'I 1 he bold in
is daily increasing. For the week Government fa.a ,1 tone I :' 'conductbe
then presented wltif li .bill to sign ; r< fusingto The school:cr CodoruB has arrived at Port i ending; we know or blioe. Olneral li which Judge Cowan the or votes of-others'1' _

do which, he 'WUH again -put 'Into a canoe Leon from New York, via Key West. We Aug. 28, there were upwards of 60 deaths- Harrison has but one opinion\uLoultfie Hank, and of the Court, has fully pronounced answered the opinion) ing deemed i inconsistent with; the spiritConstitution ofj f.

in which was H largo stone and set afloat. nearly do.ublc any preceding week. The that ii against it, and wo feet that.we ,hazard no I 'ationa expec. and the duties' of pobSc iffflWinderit ,
learn by her that there have been two vessels 'thing i i" \ Ja would consider which we formed oftho citizens'ofhe r D.
not Welsttr's
la.ilj'L1 rI CircvUrt'SfaeTk
He however/eflectei a landing few miles lately, brought into tho lust port by the' following from tho Bulletin is au extract from n B.nk% ,which, in his opinion' wot any Id. Republic. England has at length met n, 19.tl.| V V .y0"' *
below Burlington.iV. Y. Stqr. the of Board [if extablUhed, be both, ; : people' and V V l i
report .the : 'uiez )edient anil' perni I willing able to stand her to her : 617
i ii N i -- | wreckers, and the- uestion of compensationfor BOXED HEALTH ejuCs.,n i V leeth, and fling back in'8cornl l defiance her Federal Examplt.;. 'p,Dwirjct 'Atton) ]f fintj.

Three hundred ladies walked a temper r. salvage was submitted to arbitrators.One .- or We find also in the1 "Address of Nava) rq.,
wrote
New Orleans, Aug. 25, 1841., J. C., empty threats. What will she now dot HQm Storekeeper p V tkF!* i
ance procesxion ,in Rochester, N. T. on the of them was an English bark the Henry! The Board of Health regret to have to Alford, William C. Dawson, Rich'rdV.. tiled and debased, even in her own estimation; Collecior,of.tbia oort,}tgiving. him to noi*" ,

18th inrt. with a banner beating this" motto W' ole), bound for. Liverpool, with West In.: announce to fellow.citizens! that from Habrsham.rfom s Butler King; IE. A. she must brook tho contumely which she::has land, thai if he'd'd. not dismiss 1the .ib*k rn-

"Total abstinence', or no-: husbands.:: i i! dia produce. $00 was awarded,, (Co the. the monopolizing character and the extension Id Ln' Warren, representatives received, as'the,just reward of her insolence. CTnstom 'b Us&'ffi tRI; be"'VbuW Wffer KP

of : the acclimating liver has asaomed it' from the Georgia, in the 20th( Congress I '- f -v T .t'H VLt'i.L
ulvors
bcilig 28 cent must
per appraised TUB but6wn heaalalCQfi
A Nautra GerniaotownTeTegra'pBjMiyiJhttvC ; LOOKING-GLASS. her youth "is n qiJenco by bavinf '
} CauV.'nf States
United
of the
now bo considered to their coustitu. v !t.-.*. f i.j'Ji-5. ft.'.* *r
Mr, Q: 8. .Chaodler 1,: nlu- of vessel "and cargo. The.other was an:EpidemufDiscate. May,1840, the \ omangoes to the glnss to gee how :pretty y ou'1. ":.", vt/.iM-:,'

of AbiotQail toyro bipf .Montgomery couotr, tbe Spanish' brig Primavera, Garcia, from Havatfa COTTON,-Our-planters say)that the:corn ent."Thoie opposed to folowing 'attempt to the is ;I'in her age. she consults it, to 'assure. We ask the honest .% +( connnunjr--
,
bM j ie rarweelj., .old wiih "tw:oxnoythfi' 1' without j cargo'I'bound to Newfoundland. "! id iO'f' crops are very Abu&dtut and rapid and how that be''isIn' ft for of.Rational Bawkrbyinertln jerself that she i- not.MO fcideous--as ,ihe to put that:add'-tbat together 'Da.t then !$IILS''
two T,. tt () ,, IWO j l thalhU ire in favor of.uoh night be. Sh geU i into a-passion with'it. T r-ff i.f. .
|oogupaand ; tupporteri '
( q sh, Sbo VaVapprawed, at.810,000. -j whether the caterpillar 'coroes. : not tninaJilution..lOn 2 Wh ir'liey' hi k. oredaIlsFo't:7
,.they
tour Korhi !" It appears to bo tn good health, : or th question let;General. IU.sen but:dies before*she can m ke,ttpiKr:mind 4 t$
'j I'I't, ten per cent was awa i'" will lave a large Oflti.VVV <* V peak for In 1822, being a $10 break it. *. v' V ((8li\'G4itt"' 'J' : :
tad,J eats with both of its,mouths.t I caI 1fat V ''" > V J V I V ..' ,,';'. h', Ii ". I ,


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Wo,have not yet received"the proceedings j jt cIEN Vic's IkuuKioKS. The suljoiue 4 : -Ay 'AFFAiR: OP flOIOR-A! most ridicu -. r '1t'' ri';

>f the District Convention, held in tills city] is statement of the population! ,of the British lous affair of honor (!) H came off" in Can: ii: 'iirtrrri

oa Saturday last, but learn from one of the! Empire, which the Philadelphia Sentinel 4 ay* da a few days jdn e. The MontrealHetyldof I SEALED. M.8,1flb.r.ceived, by AUTIUNA: Erst :: D1HOBEKTJuAciz .
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is compiled from the most authentic docui: the 17th. iWr ofitil '.
delegates, that JAMES A. BEBTMELOT was! instsays"Tbere was an if > the 3t3t SpL lost f.
inents: fair honor the foljowing work, to b done oaU>c Light Hoti:
unanimously nominated as candidate for the yesterday moraing\tn th rear in UM .
Harbor
| of( Bi. Marks, aod tb keipcra tw
Great Britain, freland and the 1bemoantain| between two French AUCT1OiEEB
Senate, to fill Wm. P. Duval's place. .gen ncejiccesaary ia'protact tj. u .bj1dimpfrp : AM CO1VUUIQ1

neighboring islands l 27,020,000 tlemcn who came oli the way from New tire waibing of ibis tides* iad.tapaUhsj bdpji| r THE11CIIAWT. -

We learn that a house of Mr. Whitehurstl Colonies Europe,.such as lo. York 4o settle their belligerent affair. The in'a Lboroug/i &Ute.of repair.. =- I '

Jefferson three miles iianIa'esMaltaGibralter&c 400COO parties were attended by their respecrfve L A Breakwater, twp h sdred wUkd twenty The f Itfr -j Morning, __
county, south of-Cas.l seven feet long, to be built of solid alone fotUnV Ml o'clock, T wil! fell in ; : 0AUC'QEEft
Nerth America, 1,500,000 friends whom they fbumi in this city, and by laid in masonry, front of iiasetloa-room sbbS. -, *
sabianca, was attacked by the Indians on the! yI Jimeraorttr be 1 sunk' four fuel belon thonirfscc I -
South America i medical attendant fired 10 they three shots
this 120,000( ; more or lest, tithe superintcnslant '
first of week. One about
boy 19 years! West Indies, 1,000,000 each, when the result] was as follows :-- think necessary; to be raised etgliten inches above may 3 do : 'GIN AND COMMISSION jaEB HAKTr

old was shot down, a younger one wounded! Africa, Killed, none (the surface or mourid or rise ota which S WATER CRACKERS &AL *
350.000' ; wounded, none ; missing tho building SO fcep BUTTER JPA r& *Vftfae*toy. 4' Saturday :
in the when Mr.[ Wbitehurst J stand,*; the rear of the wall 40 be of *
arm, and ''ady Australia, (New Hollat d, kc.) 120.000 both. whellj; ancJ 10 do .LARD -1

escaped neighboring house with the re. Sew Zealand, 25,000 -. grouted-with consistency. and sand. to as to njake it of arolid 5 bblafroab FAMILY1FLOUR, T'HE.ptrlnersLip'.. Copurtei. bJp.

raainder of the children. The Indians Asia, East Ind. Go's dominions NEW YORK, Auguat 28. 2d. The .1. L 10 boies CLARET M
the
Jitj 135,000,000 VcMielj op for St.Marks Mo Wood I exterior Light 1Iqui1' to be repairrd |t is.sal eotBsawi *n4fo,

torches, proceeded to the potatoe patch and! .Vffghunism and Cabul, 14,000,000 'idf; Sucquehinno, 'Bancroft.-Brigs osco, cut in the fallowing manner. The joints be 6 dozen pairs ADDITIONAL unmer PANTALOONS: A.Ormcn.d.warding merchants', under the style oMcNaugkt

out one-half inch deep, and the whole to be WM. MtJAME8.ORWOND. '
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took as many as they could carry ; plundered! roughcast, with the best cement, made of Northern 2 super Caasiroere du ."

and burnt the dwelling-house 210,535,000 r Notice. -A Lime and dlameud sand, to be procured above- Swanwfowo VESTS, &c. &c. Port Leoo, Jan 20<1840 .
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out.houses.j The whole of the above territories ELECTION for four menihrrnof ihr Te tit'o water Noood will be delieredeitbCrat Public -
tec., and the amoks or fodder around the about 2,600,000 cover, UUtirc Council fur the County of Lron, Light HOIIHO; tbe stono pavement on the lop of ihe or Private Sale! unless paid for.fc A .FBOCUL9I AXIOM
| miles. to bo and
.square and one Senator for tho Midd'e! District of repaired, chmped wild' 'et'Il .
r house. They, as usual, took to the hamJrnock. will lie Lt-ld on the SECOND MONDAY Florida,1 IN ,,1 Hnn and lead; tho frauieof th" lantern to be re 7 E.W.DORSEYCAUTION. BY THE GOVERNOR OP JLORIDAlIIEREAS
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CKIMINAT. .
trailed about STATISTICS.-.A late English OflEit paired; Ihe copper of the dome betaken iff and H lias
They were eight miles, NEXT at the fo'Iowinj; ;places, and un been satisfactorily sued.
ppr, now I cforp ui i contains Iff the replact-d if found to be on more minute T1HE public are hereby cautioned against par .v V to
could.be of some curiuu> Eupcrintendar.ee of the following necessary appear to me, that Willis Alit
but nothing seen them. uttd perrons, nspection, and if the _.w. chasing a certain made *a*
inieieating stJtistical farts, show liii .o wit : suUlil'ition of'new copper i ii promiwor/ note payI who had been previously committed tothejaitius

_t._ __ .. : i >f fdnntir n in nri>vi>iiliinr ernp ng Influence .. 1. In St. Mark at th., house of P. II. Swaim.J1ipCtLOrI' tol dt-emed necessary, the old copper tobe rcsol able by the wibwriben, to Ambrcmo Crane, o. f.. .m $ E.h... .f nivv..i. .. .. .. .L..

It .- da --- .,&u u1sV wt rfunc
I) vv ui me
IIILII
der date of New York, Aug. 28, says : appears by the i-fficinl turns'of the trade,! der and Jonathan Vail. -ui..o 4L. 4II.MH ing. given Tor $ >4 43-100, and iatuppooed to havs aneiid' bail, and discharged by persons JTCTCIJI acting jcmit u oatiiicu Justice of'19

occupations and degrees of education, oil I 2. At Culhlicrl'sStore Shell Point. 3d. The keepers horse te feshingled on the rspment of 3100 03 on it. The note being the Peace, and that he It now going at
A Inspectors I large. And
circulated
report, industriously by theCanada 70 717 individuals tuken into custody in Lou- Capl. John My rick, William Walker, and Eli I jnorth side, and the plastering lo be repaired. J [dated 19th April J833, payable at six monthi.;and! whereas it has beer further' made to the

press, that McLeod is in close con. (Jon and its environs during the IS-JO.I ha) Winslow. All of the ahove work to le completed within the lame has long since beco paid by u* in settle. commissions nf the person acting and appear,

fioemcnt heavily ironed, is contradicted b; t that use \\bo cmU neither year 3. In Tallahassee at the Court Hou'-e. Ir.Fpec- |llrcc months from Iho taking of the contract. ment of account, with said Crane, and repiesentecto aid Alston .to bail, had expired"and that-admitting the '

one of the Utica papers, which says that I (mounted to read nor tcritel tors Robert B. Kerr, \Vm. C. Campbell, and 1 |IPor furihrr particulars, apply to Col. l>. P %ViI-, be lo-ft or miclaid a I the time ; we thcreforo refurMJ ware not at that time aforesaid JtutieM oflha,

McLeod is in jail, it is true butso far from 23,938; tme! who could rca a David M. Sheffield. "on, TallahasFe*". f to pay the same, but understanding that iai ), Peao-, and their arts as sack, are therefore

only, or read and write imperfectly, 37,551 :;! 4. At Byrd & Parish's! Stor Miccosukie. Inpcrtors. It i& expected that none other th.in competent Snole, has since fell into( the bund of his ion, Alexander void' noH

being heavily ironed he is not even! confine'd] thos t <* who could read and write well, S,121 I : [ < .-Humphrey D. Miller, Kidder 1 M. Moore- (mechanics will hand in i* proposal*, an it will !> required P. W. Grace, and offered for sale, calls fort). Now therefore in pursuance of law, I hereby

to the jail rooms, but spends most of Ins time and! those of superior instruction. ; .itid John T. Devane. [ bat the work shall be executed throughout.' thi, notice. HOLT & MILLER. otler a reward of TWO Hundred Dollar

in the parlor of the jailor's hou>e, receiving 1,107.l 5. At Reutcn Manning'* Store. Inspectors- land jercry of hr. nch of it, in the most faithful manner,! St.ATa.ko.Aug. 14. I&41- 3lfAVJTI. for the arrest of the said Willis Alston, and hi*

company, and otherwise eniojing himself as."a From the foeph W. Bannerman, James R. Nicks and John lit will the best material and unleu *> .xecuted, C. MILLER, ielirrry to the Marshal of the MiddU District of
Philadelphiaorth American. Ii. S. clee.: not l tie> received. Bond, with nufficicnt uejcority -| Florida. And I do hereby direct all tb.
gentleman of leis..re of the first COMMISSION
water"among The tcaylhcy scllhd disputes in 'JG) ,-The1following 6. At Ralph' RozemanV. Ini..peetoris.Gcori Jihe I will he reijuircd& fur the duo execution of jVo. 82 Commerce MERCHANT Street officers of this Territory to be vigilant arresting proper

us. is a literal of the Moiruc.! Jumes Witi! and Nwih !McElvy. contract. (ha said Abrtoo,nnd placing him custody.

A heavy fire occurred at Lowell, Ma .sJuti Lind decree" of transcript order,} WM. GIBS'iN' Staled! proposals fir the above work, may be! NEW ORLEANS. Given under my kand, and the aealvf
a jury sitting in this city in I yep 10. 16 IK left with! it!. Scott Jr., at Tort Leon before the] [I.. s.] the
Territory at
Thursday whicli Judge. Tallahassee
night before .
; Uostenliofer thic
it 96 & Davies
v oi! the case referred to. : [day nbove specified. I
: Tree.total.smJit Take U W. ALSTON, J6ili day of June, A. D. .
A checked, destroyed five entire blocks ol r would seem had not then fo'und 1oicc.4LLpcson s.p 4 3 Collector of Si. Marks. COMMISSiON MERCIIA 1841.LLCALL -
wooden buildings and of others. its way in. indebted! to the Subscriber, either NEW ORLEANS.Jfeisrti. .
parts The, :o the jury box. And for l or account To Arthur F. Holmes REFERENCESH. Governor of Florida.
as the lawyers, nro requested to make Esq. Bout.Esq,
fire in that -
wits of the
part city known as the, they appear to have been quite overlooked IMMEDIATE PAYME.Vl1. No further indulgence TAKE NOTICE, DaLton & Fisher, July 6,1C4I. -
Acre, or an original Irish Village trans- Not annuL bo trunted. U. L. *' Kerr & -
even an is EDMONDS. rfilllAT Kirkasy, Notice
oyster provided for them at the Fall Term
furred to ibe New World with all 1:1:I i??n.'v.. Sept. I 10.1P.11.1 7 of tho superior AYBD
its custom the decree 3tAotice. JL Talluhannee.Mcsrs. or Stolen-from Blackwood's
: ____ _ _ Court for JeiTcnton County, to bo held loi Plattalion -
and modes of Hi ing uninterrupted. We the Subscribers ] t .e present yea% I shal', as the Kxpeiilnr Alolyneuj, Withcrby, App inted Jointly to LL of lbs March 23, 1840., >f July last,
a horse
4. indebted 33 Bay
I'trtions 10 the Estate of Dennis) labt Will and Testament of Elizabeth ly bearing the appearance
Sales of United States Bank stock was] Audit uid settle: u Certain Cuniru by Sin a, deceased! are inilve iuiine-* ileccnvril Holmes of a horse turning grey with from
ersy requested o ) ask the Judges of ti-l ALBERT age; It to 14
s Court K. L NAN
< for DE 8 iiand
made to-day at 10J.! And between Mr Samuel lute and a high, slightly marked
Pirtoras And Mr. piynii-nl tnoFe having (iftnardn ajjaiunlthe judjrinciit of forer1o'nre of a certain with harness, and in

: Flour continues firm ut $G 75 from Joseph Boggs, and ha\ing Maturely Consid- Kfctale. will pea.tc! prcs nt them duly aulhcn-T t exucutrd hy you on. the 7th day of November mortgage, AUCTIONEER rather'or)his: poor condilion. A liberal reward will ba

common J-i.cd the business Confided |t tic brands and sale to the ClerkV it
a of Vrgjni.'i wheat i.i.. r........ .-.niv .-\M aiii, c4iit-r oar anu Judgment I CIIUloTLNA E. M1EA r?;'Jilii c 'ii'!the Co'inly Court of If! R"..ro.., t.r -!.;..i), General Commission ITIerchnnt Monticollo. THOS. JEFF. HEIR.
n-A J l ( T14b.ussee
at *n *} a'O oijj, wrucn i is a fur- uecreethut H-p JU 7 Atratrix. |* >aid mortgage fort Leon Ha.Matchi Aug. 14, 1841.
Mr. Piriorns be you convoyed to u.'id E-iz2btrlli, ,
thrradvance.The r.t the espouse; of an I| I'nioii: It a uk of Florid;,. -r; Ijr>lui-F, fighlcen t-Iavcn, in'i.tioncd in sid: deed 13 1841-if J53 K. 4. BEBIVABD
Oysler
demand: for money continues liniifeibere And that Supper And Triniinings for Mr. Dog; .1. -UI I ICl'ishrreby given tn the -S'lcckhoider.nf "I; for tho purptivc' of nccunng: the payment of the OnAND Conslgnitieiit. Remedy for Dysentery, DiarrJuca Summer I'
Each of the this Bank that siifn nfsix ,
such ,
Gentlemen, Abotc sharex of Stork ihousand th/eo for
us hundred doilarfc! dale low
and all by a splendid Complaints
money( negotiations upon pnmt i Named Treat : l Iljj he delinquent in j to the saul jou t'surtment o Colics, Cramps and Spcums.
the of intivexl Elizabeth:
Jury with O.ic (lags ofj payment upon I ; Holmes, on or befar the 1st DAHLIES. from PrniceVs Garden, N ""N all the above
securities are eilecicdMih ease.; Mock N< iertoii the iim Wed day January. complaints, this Medicine has
1830.
Brandy and Water.Sigurd ( ieday in next nionth ) Your, orh eons.tiig! ofcvery yarn. ly and colour. The proved a certain

The Governor Genera!: ] of Canada rccorn- on behalf V)f the J-iry. j t l((Jtlti.tr.. ) will he adveriiced to be s U tuo w ek a 41giiifreufn ISAAC; E: H ''LMETallalnssro Vtc put up ir fine order, and are uariant--d li .id ilta. Numerous testimonials remedy, both tu children and

mends to the LegM.iturc the burrowing: ol 23 Feb. 'yi.(; JOHN KICK, Foreman.1: hi Ht order r. ol the Board of t Directors. I 2>cp ,j Floridj tow, Annual m 2itht 1G1I. ''loom, if properly ALBERT laheii caie R.of. -od.iScacy| which n.ay be seen where are the given Medicine ofiU ia

1,47(1,000() for tl.e purpose, of finishing ilujiitcruul 'ri JOHN (;. GAMBLE:, _i__ ___ Port Leon. March 13, 1841-ALEXANDER.if 3J *F'r sale Prepared in Tailahasse by Robert S. B rn-.rd, NorfolkVa.)

improune.ts: now 1.1 progn-bs there. :c1uuc Un-siziotieiiia.! ,cpr, Hll.: 7 tl'lrfO TruVfElukfi : 1' lhe Undersigned having pur- by

., The Whits of Columbus! ( : : chiicd the entire stoi k of.I'jugo .Not_ I C C. sep4 n. H. AMES.IN .
i tt hit'I nri.nrpq I u r;!I.( II fihe m cinitn] ot'a #ryrg.tI ni tnI..ii.. -rIr. t ti ij.r __ _i1.i t .,.i

hart btc* !: establishment oi a ( v r.i riier ii- UinoJ) hate not prulilUd by iUr.-Holts'* sng.B losl at TjIl.ihas--e < ,nSiturday .Oth of I; .. &tfl. StUO, t) t,. *. to him, either by notes, accounts', or assump-- AMA.L. ,LRJ1J.4lU.

baik- .ration. They Cutild not "f-inotber" their in r mbrr, a ''ijrht! Chmnut Hor I e, white in atdy owntd hy Ur. R. I.. Baker, of ihiVtity s ill that he will receive payment for the safiie, i consequence of the pubijcatiou of an article

liquation( when they received I the Veto {hia f(iipfoin white) hind footOr.. In* nijhl !iip a n-j-p'-i tful y inform their friends and I made f'/ithTithand allAw five per Criit prcniiun.on ilitiesf'I tie signature of'Qaeri.t,'alledging the Ha.
-- I tgfew f white lia.r) *. on the left .4 ,I Ilio public, th.it hilly have dune bills of the Uiiijn Bank the merchants of this place
to
- The VCIO--AMIOM;? luiMiirs* Men .n the morning &it reached hip galdt-d l.y the liar j| '.L so with a I Florida or Southt-n. !lank of Flonds the Union
Columbus the fol.gn c; The h.-id h'ir) will vii of olabiii-hing a Life Insurance ainci we deem it nece
Tlie Boston e IUk, cantir, gallop i'ERMoT BCM- Tri-st Company. After Un ary, in justice '
Courier, an indcpei: di-nt M hir .ow ing Iin..bi1l; was ;s< d I firot' or ,;t under the firm of POPE 10th to ourselves, to that
u. : well und<-r tl.f..itdf} Any person lint witi & It'Bl.XSONaic I 1 of April next, all his claims will be placed say we have never owed that

paper, has the t1luw&g: :dks.o! : : totl.c! edict.cl .- 1 hugs\ Ioikc Rescue f I'delner j| the MI .! hornr to cio at TallahaBsee) will *t r p<'ci.'uIy! kolicil! a i-hare cf patronage. In addi. for collection.in tho hands t t'an attorney, whtcill Bank, at any one time, more than f 10,000, and at
the teto on busine aid buinos bis v.c.'l: for their .ti'n to: thf stork now on hand, \ he authorised resent we are not indebted
men ; John) T\Ier J has turned paid tr..uhk.! i |hv, the thry will riteivc to receive said bills at the same onr- cent,jointly nor
,' 4'Ye expressed our indnidu.il belief : traitor to your BILL1XGS EKADL'IT. t first arrival from New Yoik, a further rate*,until the return day ndividually, and that our deposits have
r generally
yes cause: He has ,ply ofl> sup exceeded
our
put bis: veto | riljrs, ther wuh lial-ihiuM.
the tug
Se11. I 1811. a
tcrday, that no matetial injrry till bu si.lli-rec rcs.ed ill of ujiou; ex. 7 JS,n, III ofFASCY pentral as-ort ALEX. FORMY DUVAL. July 10 50
: w your immediate March 2G. 1811-if KERR & KIRKSET.
here "by the defeat Keprcsenta.vcs 33
of t'ie! -
$ bank bill .Votic'c. : AHT1CLKS
; ami w< He
( --- bas | PAIXTS OILS
brt bis
add t.ow, that vie believe that nine-tenths otbe he, law of : tip dictatorial edict a LL jiorsemii liiviiiif Jeigi.i rjJ. a-ninst thees-'j j GARDEN SEEDS hAMILTON SHERIFF'S SALE. THE bubfttrilers have this dsy disposed of
the lad: .&iguiiist: the known I'ln of AI Ali stock of DRUGS, MEDICINES
merchants and of will 4- in Hi Jecraxe:'), iiru liorrhy 'and all i.ther ILL be sold &c.
: men bu>iiep: :$ are oi)i $1 f ilio- wbo elected him uir'd to thesanielo re- articlex usually ktj>t injmoirs such ctablisb. '' before the Court H''use door 10 Mr. D. IL AMES for whom they
TL'KN OUT! 1 jTe.vfnt I tfio! iihcrber; for set.,' which in the town of respectfully so
our opinion. Capitalists have e. p-< ssed tl.eii I, ei: and lit t th Dictator kii-t-.v t etnt-nt wilntn, the lini piesrribrd by aw. And they j propoi Ill sell! !oiv lur C.tS1 I the Jasper, Hainifiton county licit a. continuance of the confidence and favor
ttj.iton ..oni r on credit to on
conxiction tl.at the stock aitslarrg. pui ctn >ii i ciiklrtirrf.. lerelolb'e shown them.
e.f ti! c B uk, h.u 1 ? ptiji.t, u 1 L-i are r quested to Alt Fourth
the bill! ptisftd, could not have been t.-.ken us MEET AT THE h',. make immedi, .IP jn, 'fitti I. i ]. articles Mold f by u are narMn'rti fr. Saturday in September, next, RANDOLPH k LEWJ3.
< and
It 's 'iuld have lit en of httle bei.eiit up il.NK 1 HOUSE, at 10 o'clock ibis ziiorizi: :. F. II FLAG( Adni'r. l!f genuine. JOHN IIFUl'E, '.ct.t'en the u? .a! iioureit of nalc, the west half of July 31st t, 1841.

tetn Brokers if it bai iud place our seal of reprobation upon this- Spi. tl. lfll.-! >?vv 7 j JU S. !11UBI.N>ON. L' ti.c \, E.J: ({Ui rter oJ set t-ori T Tuwiibhip 1. Range AH persons having demands agtmst the firm.
who deal in stock TaKafi: y'.Aug. 13. ltJ41. 11 I t, N. and thnse
are the oniycla I. iuld-be, despot. -- tt'rulluhti & Z.kvieJ ujon an t.Sc property of MatLi-.v ( indebted, are requested to call on Mr

s of basinets me.i who woul.! lia\c < btaiued I !1 AUiiiiiiistralor'.s iVoiicc. .Michlcr, to Mii'y an rxc-culirn iwued fro on he Lrnis for settlement.

sis MANY WHIGS. '1 J a'irr d.tc, I w11 \ rgnllK: und-r8igncd CuJuiy C'oiirt ijtttinit'n J. IL
advantages except perhaps) a ttrfew \ appy to iht' having obtained lettcr o r o C' ufitv, on a Bond giv- RANDOLPH,
3 uho would have wanted, and woniJ Friday Mort.i i ig, Aog&ist 1U. I I.n. juigc! of tht ( ouiity Court 4.1 Ij.cii, foi. $ JSL Admifiistruti'm t'n' fft.itiof J.'hii ]F'I -n by the Mi iJ I .Mather MiCkler l'r* the support of aug ? 3 B.CLEWIS.
hay.4 'l'l.c! Culnmbus SlutcMimn ol L.vtttr.: tit :\d1sIIl.IlrahL13f1 I ( the Etat; of the.i Ka kler. laU of Leon d Iho ,uleuiliiiiate* child of j'.knor
been) able to obtain, all the : that dai! C'oumy! ccj *"tJ. rtquct 1 Micklcr. the said E subscriber having purchased
would have money the bank' fiatts, tit!: this ritL'tiiig has been held (14O ced, iif i'nid Ciiuuty. 'all pert>oi8: indebted lo the; sdid estale ti, c iii and et I"S.M. .Mitkitr, Itvlng the rtpulcd I'u'l.tr of ihe'said TIJ S LEWIS their from M.
to lend. anc: entire
We
do not believe then t con tnite of five: ( G. 1IOL'I. rt tle iiiiiiiedijtcly, and tho e holdn.g! clfciiu IOE0UIS ?[I ie!] biiiiiJie 'hild. This bring the second yearly DRUGS) MEDICINES stock of

will be any rekll.oii ia .ManHrhuM'tls! oi Jlionto appointed to dral't rcso- St. Mjrlis, I it t't>\ niuer, Jt41. 1,1 l he t-nuttj lo preseiit i thit! -ni duly auihcnlicaltd, i'jrmcnl due on tie said band there having b en a continuance of the ropectfully rcqnesJa
tliat be presented at :r.i :! urucd I 1t the) !.- d I a aii patronage heretofore bestowed
IVcMiient T\cr 1 uill bubiirnvd, in aj< ; meet.g \OTICI v ieet : paynictit tn uie on the Hume. o thoU -

IJustoa cfiig) lotc hc-M ut the Mathet ll..u-c! this afrznt I4 JQII.N W. LAVI.NU& I Property pointed out bv D.micl Bull
on AH!
: Cctninon. I'xV! KIv.S:: afifr ''jtr I AJm'r! security on account will bo made
< iliull ; I at specie rates
apply to hit tlio
at 4 o'clock. TallaAu 21, 4 t>aid bond. "JOHN O. SMITH. bank will and
3 JI1.ig!!: <>f I iii' Co't.llV' ('otirl of Lc C' notes be taken only at their value.
>ll ,
Tie "
Ytto. .
-IVcfcidcni TV Icr's \oto of the The friends of the veto 11dd! a mcetit g .nr Lcftof of ..lrimi.ii-> i'ioi He b"innon.. '.fl t1i. >! ee, July liflfi, I'1l. JohN( WIIELKT LOWE ghenffof Hamilton Co. D.H.AMES.-

11-ii.k bill huts bt-ei baiird by L the demoeracxvitli ., hisc\tni..jrf, at the Old Court House.K ( 'v'tate: iff Czipt. John! Sliaxv, Jaif of iaidCounty ii N my abi><*inft: from the Territory I liaie ap (tot aid il.r, itiinatc Gc.ardian; child. July 31. It-41. 3_ sag 7

: JC-'lamatio-i: ul.iUt it Ins been eerwliLte .\ \. 15. All the polls Jn this city, crIctt I Jc .aM-.J. I LLVI I CAHLTOX"AOTICI 1 B pointed Judge Aiiguslkis iteclr, of Tarnpj 1..<-O1 At..4I -

greeted the feder i liu.-ior ,t 3 Cw J} my) agent. TJiote Ooiroux of purcha
by of '
.Iists with! curse? I 'J iijjccauoe;) and Tyltr loo/ itioiii <.1 t Land, will ing I Until the lint of June
: ti.j a One
to Hundred neit.
ljud and h l'y u.u. Dollars a small
dicp. On the reception i.f the tin ; w'rc cut low.i' this inornii1"! Vice In bagaMOII :. .r Ali!i pf>wers hi..r.tof"re gi cn by me to utiier, TILL be guru for 111,; boy Reward LEWI"?, ho o-i-i 2 STORY DWELLING HOUSE, in

Ltge here, a hundred :uis! made ''be welkn I r11e !" f31 tir: SuLscril-ers Jiavinfif* obtnined! LettPrs ->f a y licen and arerull and void from tl I.t I 41 Iiepteiiiher '% rannway from the ubi-criber in Ill. one of the most healthy ud pleasant

ring again-ai.d such JL Administration, on tie: Ks-tato of 1336. RICU'D. I4'J. Aug., lII pens of the town; with
& has been (he mannei I JJenj.iiuin ,, i IIAL'KLEY. He is about Id years old, shin built, and is well of a jardt iiieher ,

of its reication in all yalta nf tie: ix Prrrfeiif. : Dt-a-i, rt j'n-t& all pcronindeiit.d to the. aidjj. July 17 '-ni 5TTi L___ Mipponcii to be in the ririghborhood of Ihe Aliccaukti fin Jaud the North Addition good water. The Lot u Ko. 85.
country. ciiThe following isoiti j >Iuf! to c'ltni f ht-tllc their jtrt rf The above at the
i'UAKOUCHEd !
arcouuUrt.niiiiediil C a ia reward will bo corner of
K ClleLa) loi Cast.. given for his' J and
JNr. Virginia Gadsden
IL fan .
Patriot. n r and streets.
> account in i 'Jn
given ihe I PiMsbur< ey ; } hnving; tlpuiunds sij.ims.t L77 IEIAitLOTEES delivery to nip, about three miles south
MOST DISGRACEFUL. t Iaztttt., of a mob that occurred in that plaren ;,I !te Ilt-tel: \vll picM-nt I them within the time tire-* \% jilt iniucsis : : t UUHGYri I'allaliriB.-.rCj or lo A 1C. HARRI wear of For further particulars enquire a! this office.
slrimeful nIL "'.eri.td i ijy l 1gw, properly complete, got up m mpt-rioi JnlyI7,184l. 51Alligator
: occuited at Philadelphia Friday night last:-...-The friends of tin arijiihtcd .lyle and far sic! at the atiftion f nd cornijiifaionR HAMILTON HUDSON.(
on Fiid.u lust. 1'l.l LLVI: ,
CAULTO.V.fc'tpt. June
A !i 19. 1641.
Pry, pub ...tire r Frb.27. 18-Il.
bhed some nlc sl-tt.der with rctriudfo% were ildiig: a ni''Cii :g for the pur. -- -- -- ----- NOTICE.LL new stage line baa bees
a re i'ToiiriL
NTtCi4 _
. ios) :', us we U'derstand eatabhiahed f.oao
to devise having demantlM
le.aiy 1:1: the city, t: d i mob, ways nn thered by was <:.i n>-ans to procure tl e .rvic s of that ) F ::s-VVEUT: al private xnle by [ IX weeks al'lcr date oppluatmi will be inadttu A: late of Thomas B. hrke deceased, are here: NA.ria Mobile, Fla, Cam,

home of her friends to bint tb of.J 1. nan in this f-ntle- y K1 W1NV.. DORSEY. the Hun. ihcJud c i>f tUi Cuun'y Court by rcquin-d to present lie same to the vubgrr.ber -- belJlon, Pittman's Ferry

ltdiug J editors. Seven men entered thuuflici: city as a minister and lecturer ?o''Leon: for litters of AUioiiiij-tralion on tlio Estate r<>rbeltleinent within the tiiuc scribed law. |BIackw ter and Floridatonn, lo PEJNSACOLA-i'-:

and brutally attacked t\vu inside alien, the house was Mirroundud by a mob of I 7 Hale Kopo. lof t John F. 1&owi', !late o Uaid County deceased.' And all persons indebted to miii pn estate, are by thus making for TulUhatsee, a coau !
no requested IPenkacoIa
o
"horn tbjul..>0 ];eisons, tLc COILS, fip Tte'l daily per -huoncrL 'JEORGii: TR1NCETor lo make immediate on the U est, and with Macon
:4 was meeting the
so much interrupted] payment. on
recovery dj injured as to render hif I t by all boris of noises various missiles I v' ('ordora.arid will ho sold low at pri-W: |I, I Leon Aug 21 4 1 6t.TiOB MARY ANN CLARKE, eNorth. teemrefiom inttrruplion *r irrrgflartiy. A
- bful. thrown Imail
: After line
they had v tt pale, to close the stagti net
finished
con if nniwii ween Mobile
;it' the by Exttr'x of T B and Pejfaeoh
door 8AL12--1 Clarke
: tbir and [ dec'd.
SaVt'liruin
back Fifty RCOF ,
beating, during which three windows beat in. -cp4 :i EDVVI.N I 1). JLi pleti-s the Western
of thiir nc. The rs'ensible UOIISEV..SALT. tree Gin, For sate IyBEVI'ON T.iIalu4sse. Aug.20. 5-8w connection. Tb* Una
reason for this) |paes over the
Cumjiic held assault road constructed
the door four
was
lhy; demoILsied! ;, years since
the &
t that it FISHER.: STORAGE AND COMMISSION Bbj Jie General!
was an aholilion Gorernmesl
. froio
P'Ojjeny of the meeting but Au.2e Fioridalown
olfice and iliese f informed by a gentleman who in for sale low at I| -- __ river; the remainder
lathe outrages and violations ol! las' nn- 'hat the niob bad! was present, pi u ale ajl'i lt\ AT PORT LKON.AIVIEL ftin well made at the exrnjnMi of the proprietors.-baa
not .
this
l.igliest degree shameful, and mus-t t tbe even poor reason''I 3 ___ EIVL U' i i ( iRSCY.Uliisk i'rlt.\'ED or stolen, Irom the subscriber, at LAD The runnii g time from Mananna lo Pea aceiaia

"'IT'gou the l.ea'a of the offenders the rner-ting being n religious one. no abolition : -. 7 the houMi of John Adoi.-on, 1 H uuc! N. W. ol D D continues tu carry on the 36 hours. The stages leave JUarianna oo MonA.NIMS
above business
mo SI i in
l lectures ell its -
or tneecbes buintr di1it'tr.t.! ) P.!?NI I..... i. n hriirht a/irrrf I llflllSP. orilfi lilaif branchos. From
--- a .
r' ;I, uu HIM oilier IIHIIO 'M Hil >*i/ l S'V -'*- .
i F a* S.S a. IIIH foce hind WVBWCBB* &> JJfthe
13 I II 'tJ l 4&U JIM left white, and ||
i-npossibla JL LP
to restrain the feelings of JP fur xkio low at private' Kale, Jnis ( a saddiu-inatk on" same, solicits a share of patronage, ,
an tn by back. Any iulonnutio.'t of said For
horse the
jured iKiSK.Cib nup, w huso wife is tJandered, whot'Swere ROT.-A great crowd about nine o'clock $11 p 4 :3 EDWINV.. IJQHSEYGill. 4 lelully actnovvleJgtd ; uuu any per on,deLrsr.i will be) -Port Leon. Aug. 28,1841, Tallahassee, Dec. 20, 1840. [Jan 2 proprietors-24]

is interfered with found assembled) in Market, below ( i him to either uf the I-
and whose, iutnt' lay ling public suulr* ID TalaiuIe For Sale.I UST rceied J on consignment '

unnecessarily; dragged before the public, -trect, cau cd by a row between some of the 2 DDLS in t-lore, and for aae! at private; ] ,shall bo duly rewaru'ed.MAisON. V I WO new dwelling houses,situated in the north J at private sale- and for sal

tpI web j urnak. Tne legitimate objects Irnr-mbers of a couple of the fire companies. Q atc, !toW, by W. WILLIAMS addition of the city of Tallahassee, markecn 60 barrels Whiskey ; .
o i h .
1)ecG
tt. press cannot sanction or recog.iizs tin (i Half u dozen reports of pistols were heard; ep 4 11 EDWIN W. DORSEY.Sujrnr. IC40 22ITJiAwtTS. o the plal No. 174. 25 ** common Gin ;

Cfl8a? : 'I abase of private characlet, this j'jiit' no injury was sustained by any one The,, The houses are perfectly new, with out houses 10 10 J-2 qr.pipes- Holland Gin; -

11u1': e.-atiun, ti.U *i.ter.ernce: in private coir mat: I t. )OliCO wn on the ground after the distnr.wa .. 20 RHLS. al private: i.Iehy fjTHF City M.ir1ni1 and other Con! Jfurlher iz ardni spot pailicular, with an enquire excellent this well office.of water. Fo brand; Cogniac Brandy, Ai.eg..tte-

ter ad well M-p4 :3 FDWIN W OORSEY. B staLJes! in Talluha&kce I Ipieutitd at 25 barrels
unless prompt and effirjfMjt; pretty over, and took off to1Jthe will be Jcnegg.ltm.. ) 48 Water Crackers ;
mtaL$ are lr-ghl t watch house of the Tea Dollar Itcu to look out for a Negro AJuuj 300 sacks salt.
taken to' cruth tile evil it will one persons who wa ui d. E. W. DORSEY.
con;' Billy, who Jell plantation NOTICE.gl Auir
.nue ''o provoke' similnr Hsotnewhat unruly. These scer.es bcom. STR A YED OR ST< (LEN( .... Fiom' the home ofl my nearQ.U'n-1' 20.1841. .
outrage*, until cacl I nrc cy on Wednesday last. He IX weeks after dato I
Call is a shall
man i a YELLOW very apply to the Hon
ton redresses )liw own wrongs by the bud! Hing very frequent' in our city of late, und I''thrcuftl i, and white ring around SLUT liar, neck with,a of while the!! Muck fellow, tall, thin face, thick lip I j S Judge of the County Court of Leon County THE ADELPIII HOTJEI*.
or the Bowie would argue, it seemi to uid inclined t to knock kneud Ifor letter of
knife. us, a remissness iii i iiloc'l oflulf buii und half kerr, and -- had on a adinini'tralion on the estate of Danjitl TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.
THE t the officers in attention to their duties. nnainu of JLSuunce. answer* to lhe I| b i.iva uioad cloath Coat, a mull bUck cloth Cap I] i Read, deceased late a soldier in Capt. A. Roblerta THE Subscriber

I.touag. TheMadiiioniaii publUhes Phil paper. S The uliove reward will bo ,aid on her delivery,! and cotton is believed Pantaloons.It ho went. off Company of Florida Brigade. 3S"Iv friends and patrtns gives of thi notice. losff-esta.to lira .

jjt subjoined extract of u Idler, dated Fort Jat Rtubnn 1). Uunnol'ti Ilout, in JefTfroii Cutin-ljl I with a. Negro man bo. C. C. hALL bushed HOTEL, that the
Mr. b
to
longing a Johnson. 13 ildiB
Wayne, Cherokee Nation THE STATE BANKS.If st|ty, nrtr Moniicdlo. JACUB F. 5.ICKET. li milns from this place,! Aug.28.1841.. ___ have been recently FITTED
July 22 named
1841, to Rippon. Billy has a
1 gentleman, I., An? 28,1841. 3 lwDURING ms'.er living at (Jon. A
in SUPERiORSTYLEthenumemuobzy.
the NOTICE.
Washington. scheme ofn National Bank should[ Samuel 1'aikhiilV, who works either at homeorl .
"This (hi U! it is 4 -- on his Araonia Plantation. r IGHT Carriages, cheap for cash Chariotees ing prepared in the most complete order and
frontier as (to be Imped, nt the session The Uverseers ; ,
was thrown into a slight present : absence upooi I ___! Barouche*,with barneiu that the Ho use.ha>bee a reopen for
ex from
tflement about 'hen it will become my Tallahassee, rn those estates will do wsll to look out for the above! complete, got up in the; accoow
the the State Banks modation REGULAR
fiUi$ insta.ut, ariwugTn.m :' at once JAUU SCOTT, in authorised to act a [ Negroes, wbo. there is no doubt, are harbored byiVmuiiy [superior style, aud for sale by BOARDERS A TRAV

P5t charge preferred againrt S'me' boldiern of this' :o get in earnestly, and organize, and arrange l ny, lawful attorney, and who will also! be prepared! \ Billy's sister; who are not only dangerous] H.' BOND: to ELLERS,heir comfort, and that and every attention wifl be,;paid,

by the Cherootes, for kil.ing two Indiani-1 4mongst themselves, for a rapid resumption I'' lureceivo any order ia our tine of bu.tnej j andli but rogues. I iune2Gl8-ll--4t l 48 has convecieocB. ThAdeIphr
*
(oa the night oC the 4th July. The Indianiscojbled : of t p ?cie payments-'and, of course, for the,1 fuy|! competent lo execute all kind of Should the above Negroes not bn in or abonl I! $40 Reward. I[Parlor a great* attached number, and'ftooow, Rooms and
'accommodate
ubout 3 improvement of the exchanges. PLASTERING Tallahai it U i more than probaole thatthey will I; in the most comfortablo! ) swipe
or 4'mites from here They can, A WAY Iron the inanAtr
the arm if tbe n Iho neatest and nioit woikraanlike endeavor to get back to Virginia- hy tie off r RUN subscriber on the 4th day Tbd ; '
Pensylvafjw Banks stylo, way Subscribor will
JJwr fight and and 'ivitjij List
determined lo lay waste can, they will urouiptncMi and dcupalcL. (j. lint River and Hawkinvvitkv Mill the brffhl M-Iatto Boy; by the D his takev.zj step meneair to

Pwt,; but the Actiye eiertions of the in. llie whole country will demand it at their r Vr ANDREW SCOTT. firing on the road, and in Hawkinsville slop-pioploj the!I lot built f Hilliary, about 5 teet 8 or 9 inches bi/h, aligt have ve// BEST table PROVISIONS always plantifoUy Mpnhed witk tke.*
end of
"eoaal and principal men of llie nation, the hands. But they can scarcely promptly re-l aug-2a. 5-6w runaway Billy, and lodge him itis'iuieJiiI'io' t.'iati I !about good two address and pleasing manners ;; in tbe country. .Hia Bar will thai esiib. fncmn
It1e! some, in the face ofn National he can be bad ? and a reasonable thirty years old or t ercabout.. a* Yex>l jH < v&fr
** iTeJiu8 *f rtkyed..ad: the Soldierb Bank being dyspeplic! 4r Jlnti-bilious .Pill S wihIb.paii. M. A. compensation!| The above rtvrard will be id the.carrene* th. most d otes-. WUt 8 ss41LIQo.e
over to ttie State about to be established. Ibid ARMS i'EAD. iof the will be attended with an Mtiro
l itanm autboritiee" PREPARED BY _Aug. 28. 5-3w COUfltrytoany person ho will deliver the keeper. tad abiirimr'BMW*
) which appeared Tabove boy toihe, subscriber '* .'
***- llie perfectly saiisfac. According fo the law passed at the last t C. E. 11AYNES M. Df NOTIC ianj-Jail IM the safely"ladg* him ii Hie charges will tie .
papers no doubt will Tenitory. ,M. 8WAIMJ 1smo.rzth.: '
?id W&t ofit as IB usually tho make' hor. (session pf the Legislature of New hemp Sparta, Georgia. SIX wecbs ffter datp I ,absJI apply' Lu the Hon. 1'. St. Marks, AbJrVSl; I12 & WNOTICE. w iIhsdmirol A < ,
'
case. Uhire all justly celebrated which will udge of the County.Courl u' : Witha tbese .a.uta es
a woman has to do in order to get I JIIE8E pill-, arft Joflaraon coun-f the ohjadIspcsitioe is.p,,
ihtir ly lor' Ictiari of,Admini pubbc in,h lins of bn
,
Jrid pre-eminent traUooon -
OTRL9a.We of bad way popularity r lbe Mthe
anderataod a husband is >laLe of
that to take' her resi. | oIidt.i
cmn1 at tin' up a re suited to nil caves requiring either mild aperint. I. JoLu B. CuWps,1aIpof Mid county deoe s d.JOUN DURING my, ab* ncajro Florida, Mathio> a share cftIipalrpaig. ph.
eetiogo odence -
*el ,, West River.io Aune Aru" for n couple of years in that State and' e or active"cathartic medicino .prspared j bj.ont .: .. CUTHBEfcf.. L. B. Harboar, tr my RUthorhec! o tths EatabIisbmt.n4 the eoaitq gesezai ,

County, held recently, an individual of the"Iprorided! her husband'' tn bat time docs not 1 f lii. tiIdst pliy icigna in the foutheru 'cooDtrylavinjr .-- Ave. ?8. 5-6w T [sgeots l to settle acrognl oC Swiim sad Mid4t JAMES W.81JEWOOD! Ag'- ,')

fGuataTut Weemea struck Mr. Jesse! follow her!, she can be releaied Jrorn Jj'er ,for- h been leklrd b/ rnpre than ten years ipcrloro I '! 3Ai .- asdt.H.t3WAIMo.-a- asc BBaouoil. ijJLv
Grber Ttllahsjseo
on of the of 'Tier ,vovs.L TUe NOW in bi4 private practice before they were offered i, pKrian.-sw&ii.: August 4,18iL >* >.
sv.
'
managers the JIampshire '
patriots
Up *! ead1w*k Joadcd me lin the St&terifl become t to the pibflc, and having, whenever fairly trie I. ,, A UAWDSOJIE>. -$ rBj8t.MiftnSfayg/l84| 3m ;: r43 t '
a the resortfor nil FRAME .
STORE -
horie.wbipr all JDRS.
been preferred to ithsrartlclei of lirnilar forn -
ted < 1, eti'iwy.iai I '
a wwuiid that nuy probably ki Mi B efofyf"disfton't tntediturbuJeJ| >t wives.i n .uv'ron/idMUj reeemrocnded u freally Dperior, tied for buaioe i, .netr the nntrt oIIStf s. ROBINSON; &--w u. POPE, -
v "fei "
,? I ( eiff \ t t. < tJft ,* *
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The aR*_ir mbnoi 4eneghborimiStatasnd''cpuolries !, The fsr P atrstu.si l to.v ryotberknown remedy.t &i1.ftosd Etzeel4Port L.oi.. A li -
%" (.rii&.r044V:will .be given *VINO tiMi.UtJ UHffl elvr in'tbo apo,
Refertocoio on
pruitedcarti&atssia i the pricl -c
granit '
I 5fate ay/tecproe'aii JiaruU lDH.AUES. I I'MM. .
Tp uvmpys uQfntf Invite the attention ii of Me lejae, ff.r WesJCT : -'
'he'I, Lb. orsat by. ( of UIOM wwhioj s.vrabl I thlr 1MtFJla.PrIajlp.,.
fqa Green tH sg.ats. 1 .
cc4fleth.d j ? oa.for.i4mnaud thx ofher UBd for tunioe
I I 1
wig ? -. .. n : H i. .' intl '
11r txyoking..L q ... I oouu4.1 -- -
Baltimore Patria** I 1'allahassoe Jau. SO, 184L-ly. M'NAUGHT..JORMoND. -i -

I fort: L.eonNov1, 1840. \ Tb ir offic* U ftttKeir'Drar* Store.! 1 4*.
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r .wL, .m' pubfl.ttth1GIc lLTS ntr art .
NOT1CE.Ix i bis 'Aftnt t, 'Hat1 1 BCtfD trJcUthiasSirainj NOTICE/ .. '.'flfw'to' iktowrtttrr'taiwtportloataotirw T.t 'manifest i-and c. SsESFro1 .
tbe
mHEl the Federal -
.crtbr '
wetkaa/Ur date,we the subeeribeni shall V. AUad4758 tormecl'p which proiopted&attempt by ;
I ; :... iatliejare&afioaof&Kw..-aod 'will praeUoa ta I pirty to fy!bg tbe springs and lipeflor feet. jut :
tpIti! to .... Honorable the Joe,. of iht IuedJ.Ij1tthj.84LRisbardH.Bleoat.J prodzs&C' .W8.b1.t ,.
C.MyLm.rOrLIOSlC.UUt for tatters of Ad.UMMtite tbe ..peiier$"a-OO-cy Courts of 1M middle dislike UwWahrofati;*. ef tbrix Uww with rroewed tone end 1 i e. a"

Iittt5. cs. of,Alsaaj AIL deceased Same bi SUM Court.AttMhMut. "a*d la:tit* Cert of-Appeals. lAt ra oafcosiasaifc the Seoate Tk i.t1.ilkiPilit dred cartiJUd which BACN. .
C "
ubodir et44oTWJ. B., MoatlcaUo aux .
s a ;
Q H. BLOOD ,
'- E.B.BALL.TallrhaW.July w. } for $3OSans. ,'. J.MeC tsVrallahaiaes, ), or toifoCants .F..4d4.p.bflsbM u WsakIngtao4fldvt.d endla'almoat evry 'specie nVJ_ .. !.:'
v> lattMd July ICtb, 1841. liaile
: and Heir dtSaithar plaeosV to the dis-eelirttieo *, tao hum .b ] ,
3.1641. :Same Iawm.C.art. ? ,J. MeCAwTfl and UM tbfeaee of. o FM..Aad .to LIFE PILLS WHISKEYTOBACCO -
Fet I.. HOFA' \
Ifottee.fi&C : 91. } Attachment for $30,. .4. 'TB08.J. BEUL make IhU presa*. ( gratc/ally/
MONTHS' after date".I shall apply to the Same.Same. Issued July 16th, 1841. 'tim-L1 38 at seat,cwhemir.tw the wore ef TlS hf ND bene COFEEIAe

-Jsdge of.Leon County Court, for &discharge I ) In same Court. Law notice. fet u.throughout QUrmt, the'character of the I edged by the persona L&1 nl. ,terms. .
from the of deceased. .,. > Attachment for $47 58. tarnWiad Its impoverished, previously wi -
Eetate Peter Peterson r1HE..aw Partaenhip berelolore existing between Globe west* be mea uDaeaalDt I. A.POUNCETk
a A. GREEN, Administrator.' I I Sam. 3 Issued July 16th, 1841. .L Wm. P. tt Thea.. H. Duval, baa this and its political influence dt etroyed, bv a sweepinr osophical! principle upon don west ot Post 0" Tall1 CO'-.
Airust Sth. 1841.; 3 gm Same i In same Court. day been dissolved by mutual consent.| denunciation of infamy on the part of the Feel I f act. I 1 '1

.: '; .P. notice: I I *>. > Attachment for $17 4& Thor,H. Dural and Benjamin; Allen, will leaden in ibe Senalo-by throwinf t. The LIFE I 33CAVTION I --.

*1XW&CCS after date, I abut apply to Uie Same. ) Issued July 16th, 1841. I hereafter practice law in partnership, under the weight of an expenditure of $40,000 in preparation in diseases MEDICNS <

O H,,. Jai'fo of ,th. County Court of Leon THE defendant and all others interested, are finn of Daval & Allen. They will attend the So. to do the Congressional work.the bands.o first operation enr. to loosen or ad( fo the two r."a* any pe.z'Ia*a rr
County for Letter of Administration on the Estate notified of the institution of the above perior Court of Middle and Apalachicola Districtsof its publishers (the printers whose contract I lam. N for .
of Aim tti All, late of aid County, deceased. suits in Justice Whiting's Court, by attachment, I Florida, and also the Cour ..(,f Appeals,at. Tallahassee. violated.) and by having this whole work of defamation stomach and bowels, the 4turile! the t* p. ''l

RICHARD A. SHINE.TaJlahaaaee and are required to appear at raid Court to beheld and ruin accomplished by t judPnt of crudities constantly settling compelled law. pree ea-
Aug., 1841. at St. Marks in theCounty of Leon en the I The office of the former is at St.Joseph, that of the Senate of the Union ,giro U of rwnove the hardened feces "

last Saturday in October next, at ten o'clock A. the latter at Tallahassee, on the west side of the tbe highest tribunal known to our counlrry. The convolutions of the !20, 184L. A. F. DUA
Notice.S M. and defend said suits. Capitol Square, in the office occupied by Judge work was done by a caucus puke maJort1 of ,
tx weeks after dale I chill apply to the Judgeof PETER H. SWAIM. by his Agent Allen. Federalists,and the Editors of a left medicines only partially
the county Court ef Leon county for letter Mallhia* Swaim, Plaintiff References. to sustain tbeir establishment by the patronage such collected masses behind of receipt from J. Jt mI.j t

of Administration on the estate of John F. Brown St. Marks Florida,July 16th. 1841. 52 I TUlaAoJM*.-R. K. Call,Thno Brown, Wm. P. they may receive from political friends for the papers al co.tinn.with all its IJrcert.

late of said eouoty deceased. Gadsden County Court. Duvall, R. C. Allen,James E. Brooms & Co.Kerr they publish. We will not ask or receive the diarrhea, with its imminent ey" oA. F. D.npytlfa"
ROBERT HEIR.Tallahassee. sort of lumping contributions by. which the banks ,
Allen M'Keniie and Kirksey, James B. Gamble. well known all DO. .
H. 1841. We t regular ap.
Aug. 1 Apalachicola..-Vm. H. Brockenbrongh, G. I. and Federal politicians sustain their pr. ",,. to
No'tlce.SIX vs will abandon the publication of the Globe if it the human bowels after Nov. 18for $668 n, .4a.

week after date I shall apply to the lion. Tones Jacob!>> late D. Fisler ff Jehu July Attahm't Term, 1841. Floyd.St.Jotepk.-Wm. R. Daffin Peter W. Gautier cannot be supported by the regular subscription judice of those ..1-irormed date, payable to a .
$845,10 -I.
of the County Court of Leon County copartners un- f Junior price of the paper. If such of our Democratic or medicines and one not .a
drr the name and of aine.
(or letters of Administration on the estate of Den. J. D. Fisler & Co.style J Damages, 999,00 June 1. 1841. 45 friends whose cirol.lae do not justify a sub by ignorant 70, payable eight t
ais Shea late of said deceased. to semiweekly will pr. to and l'l
county scription d.i1 or paper eD0 by .
JOSEPH BOWLING.July THE defendant and all others interested are LAW NOTICE. patronize tbe cheaper publications'issued by .s- ofthe Lf. Medicn.. 1 bl.A y B" I ?
18. 1841. )- notified of the above suit by attachment THE Union Bank of Florida, having transfer the Extra Globe-the Congressional Globe, and bladder, and, by Ibis means said Dl. "&:..

Notice. and are required to appear and plead to the its business to other geatlemen of the the Appendix-we shall be enabled to maintain, the healthful action of which no'. .

weeks after date we shall apply to the Judge declaration filed in said case according to laV. bar we can now be employd to defend those who I heretofore our corps of Congressional Repo*ters on the regularity of th J. D. DIS80WAY &

SIX the County Court for Leon County, for letters I. FERGUSON. P. Q. have been or may be sued, by tho bink in all cases at the cost of $3O< > per annum, and to draw to blood, which takes its red Feb.12.1840 "tSSKt
administration on the estate of Benjamin C. quincy,June 12. 1841.- 3m46 where the criginal summons or writ i i. made returnable our aid tome of ablest pens in our country. the livsr and the D.1!
Dean,late of said deceased. Gndsdcn County Court. to the April or May term. of the approaching We trust under these circumstances,and at a time lungs NOTICE.
Coouty
July 10, 1841-SO LEVI CARLETON. George W. Bruton, courts in Florida. when the greatest interests of the country, and its heart, being thus nrified by Subscribers offer for sale the foHovun a
tides low
JAMES W. FISHER. vs I July! Term 1341. WM.P. 4THOS. H. DUVAL, future destiny, are pat at stake upon the events by food coming from a for CASH. -
_ Jacob D. Fisler, and }[Attachment for $31 ,50 Attorneys at Law. with which the first year of the present Administration freely through the veins Cognac Brandy half pipes and qr.euks
NOTICE. Jehu Jones. J Damages $500 00 April 3. 1841. is that individual who the Gin in bbls.
pregnant, no and I
Co( IX WEEKS after date the undersigned will system, triumphantly Whiskey
K 5 apply to the Judge of the County Court for THEdcfedantall others interested arc hereby J. & L. O'B. BRANCH, cause of Democracy at heart will hecitate to meet health in the blooming cheek.Moffat's ,in kegs d
commencement of the above asiociated themselves in the practice this appeal, when at the same time he will feel assured
Lron Courtfor Letters of Administration on the suit by attachment and to HAVE that this for his Vegetable Life lJola
are requested appear Law. One of them will..lway. be trifling tax own advantage
E tate of deceased, late of said Coun.
Read
Leigh and plead to the declaration in said case filed ac found at their office. will sustain in triumph al Washington the long thoroughly tested, and /
RICHARD II. BRADFORD. .
Cod
Fish
cording law. Joseph Branch. tried and faithful press of his pari,. remedy for Dyspepsia, and in bbls
JaII10lla.1841. 51 I. FERGUSON Jr, P.Q. Lawrence O'B. Branch. THE EXTKA GLOB will be published weekly, the Heart,Loss Appetite, Bn. Pick in quart jars
NOTICE.SIX Quincy Juno 12 1841. 3m48 Feb. 13, 1' 41. for six months, commencing on Wednesdaythe 3 bbl Lime

months after date the undeisigned will ap Leon County, Fla.--Justice's Court Law Notice. 19th of May, and ending on the 19lh Novembernext ache Re3tleaneu, McNAOGHT &ORMOND.
to the Hon. Judge of Leon County Court Moses Clark ) St. Marks District.tt. R. GRATTAN and E. C. CA- making twenfl.six"numbnjthe; last of which d Macho Jy ostivene Leon March 20th, .

for letters of Dismission aa Administrator of the )\ Attachment for $3f! 68. PEACHY having formed an association to prac- will contain will contain Fevers of all kinds TOHL-

estate of Robert Copeland deceased, in right of Richard II. Blount. ) 'tice law under the firm of GRATTAN & CABELL, sixteen royal quarto pages. J will contain principally of all kindi. Gravel, Worms HE subscriber respectfully informs the

Ills wife.EHtabeth G Ponder. defendant and all others ictercsted are will attend the Courts of the Middle and Apalachicola political matter. The political aspect and sumption, Scurvey Ulcers of Tallahassee, and more generally et
.
W.G. PONDER, Adm'r. THE. .,. notified nfil, institution of the abovo District of Florid'.1Otfice | bearing cf Ihe measure before Cere.s during t.hf butic Eruptions and or Ui. surrounding counties of the Teil
March2O,184 34 suits by attachment in Justice Whitin '. Court under the Union Bank. special session will bn tfnlly and when I .Bd_ df\I'oof! th &** cosades
much Or'1. -Jy ...
considered of interest to
the are
proceedings ;
Court. Feb 29 -:31
Gadsden County and are notified to at St. Marks, the I G AND
appear on
Salt Rheum
Jesse B. mule, 1 1vs last Saturday in October next,at ten o'clock A. !f. CHARLES S. SIBLEV : the public, they will be given at length. Complexions H'Jb'l1*IE38'
Globe and will be. Colds and Influenza or
I The Appendix and
Congressional city
1 and defend the lime in said Court then and thereto ATTORNEY COUNSELLOR AT LAW, *
Jacob D. Filler & Jehu July Term, 1841. be held. MOSES CLARK, Plaintiff his Professional services in the co c gin with the txlra session of Congress to commence plaint which afibct tb trl Pol Qce.) ,
using the > Alttcti't for $87 32 OFFERS Florida. He I on Monday, tho 31st of May next; and will! of stock of Medicines
Jones ceparlnert St. Marks, Florida, July I 61841. debts, &c., in Middle & Ague particularly, the qu.lil. hi $e. .
name firm and style of J.] Damages $200. NOTICE.NOTICE will attend all the Courts in the Middle! District.ICP be continued during the session. The Congressional o most successful an confidently recommend I the l

D. Filler &C. J is hereby given that an application in : Office in the New Court House. Globe will give an impartial history of theproceedings eminently ; from his knowledge and bog ex.
the Fever & districts
of both Houses of Congress; and tho Ague in the business, with his
and all others interested arc extensive
defendant Mrs. Martha M. Reid, will be made Tallahassee Feb. 13, 1841. ac
THE AppeVidix will contain all the speeches on both versally prescribe them. with the moat
of the commencment of the respectable NortAeraaad
notified Ito
the Judge of the County Court of St. John'sCounty E. CARR1NGTON CA11ELL,
attachment and requested to & sides of important subjects, at fullenrih. a written All that Mr. Mofiat Houtes, his selections can rsQed
above suit by are appear for Letters of Administration on the Es. Qmm.Q W ea.
and plead to the declaration filed in said cause I ate of Robert Raymond Reid,late of said County, out, or revised, by the themaelYa. to be particular in taking the Genuine
TallaJuttsce Florida. They will be printed fast the business of the .. CAoarieoi PatoU MeHema
according to law. I. FERGUSON. Jr. P. Q. deceased. 51 July 17th, 1841. a ly according to the s l
duiney.June 121841. 3.n46. The St. Augustine Herald please practice in the Courts, of the Middle two Houses furnishes maier for a number. It is ,,Paih,Oils, GMa
eopy. WILL .of Florida. Office in the room under certain that,we wi publish more numbers of each paper notice, nor by any nteni of Frmek k Enfkik
Leon COunty FIa.--Justice Court.St. Administrator's Sale. the Union Bank.Jan.30,8l41. thai there wi the session. They will say in their favor,that h : PERFUMERY,

Mark District.JoelEewey.J. be sold on the 15th September next 27tf be issued the same form .the Extra Glob is alone by the results of a numerous FANCY aof
) WILL order of the of 5 and a copious index to each. Nothing ARTCLE
Judgo the County Courtof V. BUTLER, Moflufa medical will dispose of to
ra VAttachmcn for $50. Leon County Lot No. 203, in the North Addi! ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT i./ fVPeruacola proceedings and speeches of Congress will be admitted a domestic guide to health. t. dealers oa the an clt
met
Jam. M.Uarris )Issued July 28, 1841. ion of the City of Tallahassee, belonging to the West Florida into the Congressional Globe or Appendix 'and retail !I t.I
edited W. B.Mofiat 375
,
interested will works in suitable form for by
These printed
defendant and all being a .
THE notice of the commencement persons of the Estate Grenville ELIZABETH Sheppard CLEAVELAND, deceased. I I'Y 7 ILL practice in the Superior and County bindidg, with copious.indexss,will form a valuable,, has been published for the .a Iso endeuor t meet the pvblk taste. i

above suit by attachment this day issued from Jus- July 31, 1841 1 Administratrix. Courts of Escambia and Walton Ceuntie indeed, a necessary appendage to the library of more folly Mr.MoSal's Water Fountain
also in the Court of
lice Whiting's Court, and are notified to appear! at .' Appeals at Tallahassee. the statesman and politician, giving as they do, a be found highly inl,:restin< !odn& highly ,, which
Sops, 1840 6DABIVEY implored principle
said court at Si. Marks, in the county of Leon on NOTICE. extremely moderate price a complete epitome health. It treats and renders the Medical the
.
the first Saturday in Norember next at 10 o'clockA. IX WEEKS after date I shall apply to the C. W I it 'J' ofthe political and legislative history ofthe perie. upon efficacious and. qoi'1 wa
M. and defend said suil. S ATTORNEY' AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW Subscriptions for the Extra Globe caule. thereot Price 2 ageable.
Hon. Judge of the County of Leon for l Letters sad PtaaU.
DEWHV.Pla'rT.St. Monticello, Florida. the 2Cth and fur the MorTst'ji agents generally.CF !
JOEL hero by May. Congressional
of AdminiMralion on the Estate of Peter. G '}I.t:. supplies, put ;and most
up
Marks. July 28, 18.tI. 3m3 Icy, late of this County, deceased. WILL practice law in the several Court of Globe and Appendix by the 6th June next,to insure ( These valualle \ will carefully I to the accuracy th I ex.

Gadsdeu County Court. J.F. C. HARI.EY. Mindlc District, and in the Court of: ..I the numbers. of all .to.e .
July 2J J, 1841. 6w Appeals. ; TERMS. Dec. :]9Colon subscriber
hopes through aasidaiiyaa4 at
William HJMcMillan, 1vs
Jan.23.1S41. i For I of the Extra -
July Term, 1841. copy Glob : to business, to ear and merit a khan
Gndsdcn 6 copies e
County Court .
Jacob D. Fitter & Jehu Attachment for NOTICE. ,
Isaac Giddms. ) JANUARY 1.'ERM.I842. HUNGERFORD. at the Light House .J 12 do do THE of act plroar.ROBET
Jones bv the name, firm f $136 93.Damages CAPT. an WM.'K L BAKER
and style of J. D. Killer J $500. vs. > Attachment f>r $75.00. a GOOD HOUSE OF ENTERTAIN .25 de do lion of the Legislative No Raw
f. 2. 3 Brr'
& Co. ) foliu S. Martin. ) Damages in assumpsit $200.00. M ENT, and only charges one dollar in good money And a on in proportion for a greater number. forms the public thai he is

all others interested are 'HE delendant and all others interested are or two in shinnies. 51 July 17 4UAVII For 1 copy of the Congressional Globe, or Appendix ton either iu this city or at Notice.
1 and
defendant. LL claims demands apical
having or
50 cents Pern.
THE ... hereby notified ofthe institution of the above Hu scales manufactured
of the above ) WALKER are
notified of the institution S. 6 copies of either $2 SO Charles Black! ,deceased,or tho estate in the
suit
stated case by attachment and are requested *to appear by attachment and are requested to appear ATTQItNEY AT LAW $(]. 12 do do 5 those used by the United will present them without
said and plead to the declaration filed in the case, .. 0 likewise by the weighers of pe.sioD.
declaration filed in cause RAYMOND REID.
and to the .
plead '
WILL
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the law practice the Courts of the Middle District 25 do do 10 t
I. New been
requires. FERGU5ONjr. P. Q. York and have
P. Q.
according to law. I. FERGUSON I' Aug. 7.1841. 3m 3 of Florida. His office is the first room to the right Acd MO on in proportion for a greater numbet. spector of scales and Gsardian of Rebecca A.B

Qoincy.June_12,_I84U 3m46 William C.Campbell .J In Justices Court, Leo over J B. Bull'sstore.in Tallahasseewhere henay Payments may bo transmitted by mail, p.t1ge ed correct. Price of weiht. 10 tf

*np. Court for Jefferson County.John n. )ceunty, Ciy of Ta lIah. .always' be found. paid al our rik. B> the regulations of D. M. SHEFFIELD NOTICE.L .
.
Bellamy/ } Bcnjtmin Tennille. jsce, to Mal Term 1C41Assumpsit Dr. A. M. RANDOLPH Office Devrtmenl postmasters are authorised lo Uhassce. 0:1 12. persons a hereby cautioned from trsIag
.... >Petition for foreclosure of mort- by attachment for $50 JOTAVING located himself Tallahassee of. frank money tor subscriptions to For any note or antes given by Daniel Baie U

John S. Taylor. ) gage. ". bound in $100. .Jl fershis profesbicnulservices to the public. newspapers. JUST S. Graves, u a note of the above description .
defendant and all others concerned are defendant and all others interested will lIe is to be found at the office of Dr. J. H. Randolph The notes of.any bank, current in the section of Olney'tf Geography and : or has been pro toel from a lettertie

THE notified that I have filed in the clerks THE notice of the institution of the above on Monroe Street. country whore a subscriber resides, will be receivedby Matte Atlas, Brn do do and date not t.h writer..
office of the court aforrcair'', a petition to foieclo'c attachment and May 42 us at par.CcNo 20.
suitby and
appear answer to this attention will be to order Smith's do do
paid u:
a mortgage given by said John S. Taylor, to ( any
cue/ igreeably to law.E. JOHN P. DUVAL, Mitchells do do Dissoluton of Copartnership.
George Graves and his aaignson a tract of land R. GIBSON, Justice of the Peace. ATTORNEY AT LAW Ie accompanies BLAIR iu tt VVilleti'n do do Copartnership heretofore existing under
lying in Jefferson county, containing nine hundred May 8. 1841. : RIVE thb name and style of Blown A Giz.uirii
and ninety four acres', 45-100, and known as the 41 Office in, Col. Wyall's Brick Brildings, Main' SU, Washington City. April 20, 1841. W oodbrid8 &. Wiard'a Tanning and CnrryiBg Busioess,!* this date
BOOK AND
North West quarter of section ihirly.fouj township NEW S'J.'ATIONAICYESTABLISHMENT. TALLAHAbSEE, FLA.Per. FOR SALE. Geography & and, by mutual colleDL

three ; the west half ofthe North East quart 5. 61[ small assortment of Drugs, Medicines &c., Adims' Geography business will hereafter carried on (be
tar of section thirty-four, township three ; the west THE subscriber has just received a FULL .&s. HEADACHE, SICK OR IVEUVOUS. A suitable for a store. Apply at this Atlas.Aritlimalic of JOHN D. GALRTH.b who i i au-
half of the South West quarter of section thirty of Books, Stationary, &c., The extraordinary reputation that Dr. Office country Pikes d to settle the concern.
four, township three; the west half of the NorthWest consisting of remedy for thin distressing complaint is SPobn..j Daboll's doSmiley's THOMAS BROWN

quarter of section 3, township 2; East half BLANK BOOKS: gaining, is certainly a matter of much astonish.i Lost or ITIisluld, do 19, 1840 21 J. D. GALBRAITH.
southeast quarter, section 34, township 3 ; the Medium, Demi and Cap-Lodger., Journals, Day ment. That so much suffering should have exist NOTE of hand for twenty-two dollars given Smiths do

west half..outhwed quarter, section 34, township Books Invoice Books Records, Receipt Books, ed for egcs without any di.covery or any medici A by George Young to the Subscriber, dated Murray's Grammer. W. C. BIIX1ER
of southwest and Bank Books, Note Boofti Bill Books and nal preventive or cure, i is of much Kirkhams do
3; the>outLwet quarter quarter -payable truly a subject some time in January last. All persons are cat ofWILSON
southeast quarter of southwest quarter of section receivable Memorandum Books,&c., &.c. regret ; but Dr. S. now assures the public that lioned against trading for the said. note. A libera l Greenleafs do WRIGHT & CO.

27,township 3, the cast half of the northeast! quarter SCHOOL BOOKS : such a remedy has been invented. will convince reward will be given to the finder on returning it I. New York Readers 1,2,3 43 Poydrayi Street

section 4townshipthe northeast nortiitest quarter of section 3;' the northeast Arithmetic and Grammar, Woodbridge' Geography acts are simple and plain. It is an admitted fact Porcelain Slates, Paper Ibw-OLaAJ'
quarter ofthe southeast quarter of section 4, township and Atlas Willard's Geography sand Alias, that this complaint whether called Sick Headache Tin Ware Mauufactor>. Cases with lock and key; Sale at R L. BAKER'S Dfa.c Med

2; the west half and cast half of the northeast Olney'u. Geograp by and Atlas, Walker's Dictionary or Nervous Headache, arises primarily from the THE Subscriber continues to csiry ou the abova key; Pink Tape, Sealing ; dicine Store, next den to Pt 0c.

quarter of section 3, township 2.11 in range five, Playfsir's EachdDay's Algebra, Yalpy's Greek stomach-those who think they have the Nervous in all its branches, and keeps constantly Transparent Wafers; Choice and latest prize Dlia .

north and east, sad tract particularly described in Grammar, Jacob's Greek Grammar. Jacob' Greek Headache may rest assured that this organ the on hand a generallortmcn V be offers Cards, Note Paper, Bristol R L BAn
the deed of mortgage found in the County Court of Reader Adam's Latin Grammar.National Spelling stomach is the first cause, that the system has be. at wholesale or purchasers.WM. Slide Wire Files, Tin Tallahassee Feb. 2 _

Jefferson county. Book Elementary Spelling Book Copy Books, come vitiated or debilitated through the stomach, H. FRANCIS Glass Inkstands, Letter EDWARD B. G1SOIi,

Said mortgage having been assigned to me at the Slater, Pencils Cyphering Books, ffc Sfc. and that only through the same channel must they _Sep 26 9 Munroc street. Pen Holders, Wafer Cups, <$ ACTJTIOXJK OF KXDICI5X.

next term of the Superior Court, to be holden ..tMonticello. STATIONARY : expect a restoration of the natural and healthy STAGE LINE FFICE next door to- R. J. Hackls/'aad t
on tho first Monday in November next Hudson's, Bailer's, Ames' and Hubbard's best functions of the system. This object Dr.Sphon's May 22.1841-15 W. Dora.;'. Auction Rom
I shall apply for a foreclosure thereof according to Writing and Letter Paper ; Envelope Drawing remedy is eminently calculated to attain. The From Couml Ga., t Apalachicola, Fla. Lands for Feb. .
the statuo in such case made and provided. and Wrapping Paper; Folio Post, Commercial truth of Ibis position cannot be controverted, and | to 13 1WANTS
JOHN BELLAMY Post and Packet Poll Paper, and every other description the sooner sufferers with the headache become PURSUANT Company

By THOMAS BALTZELL, of Blank Paper; Maynaid t Noyes', convinced of it tho sooner will their sufferings end entry, the following Pine small amount in Union or in Life and Trust

His Attorney. Walkden's, Reeves & Kent's Black Inks ; Steven's in restoration of health. Dr. Sphon pledges his In Town 2 South-Range Co. notes,for sundry small aecovats that ire

June 26.1841 33 Blue Ink, in pints and quarts; Walkden's and professional reputation on this (act. The remedy A 18, 19,23, 25, 26, 3.3 30 enquire of WARD JA1.

Leon Superior Court. Kent's Red Ink ; German Copying Ink ; Sandboxes may be had. at the apothecaries. Via-Florence '*' in sections 5, 6, 8, 14 13 3 .

The Commis'r of Tallahassee, ) Inkstandt, Wafer cups Pounce and pounce In all acidity or sourness of stomach, this remedy and In Town 3 Sooth,range 1 Beef Cattle Wanted.
vs. > In Chancery. boxes. File Presses Black Sand Wafers of all colors is sovereign and invaluable ; as a general 'family Ala. 5,8, 11, 12,13,14,15, 22,23 HE subscriber will give the highest price for

David B. Butler & another ) and sizes Sealing Wax ; Prince Albert, Victoria medicine, il is now adopted by many of the 30 HOURS travel from Colum and 10. good stall fed cattle, on being d.Ja a
Stage
to tbe Court thai like defendant, and Common :Steel:: Pens; Letter Stamps, most respectable families. It never sickens thestomachor ONLY Iu Town 2 Sooth, range 2 Yard in Tallahassee.
appearing .to New Orleans in Celebes
splendid
IT David B. liutler, is not an inhabitant of this Penknives, Desh knives, India Rubber, &0.. &c. of physic. produces any of the unpleasant effects. n a level and beautiful road, along the of, 31, and fractions of 19, 29 J. GALBRAITH.

Territory,but resides in Georgia It is therefore ALSO he Cbattahoochee River. bans In Town 3 South range 20.1841. ,
ordered that unless he appear hereon or before the Blank Bill Paper, Bills Lading Notes of band. Ex. Directions for use accompany cieh bottle. DAYS OF DEPARTURE. and fractions of 5, 8, 18 and .
Drafts, Music Paper Blotting Paper E. SPHON, M. D., In Town 1 1 NOTICE
change Play. South
lit Monday of August next, and answer the com From Columbus, on T sdays and Fridays, range by not*
Proprietor and Inventor.For &e nilra
Cards 1 Ritchie's patent Copying Press with 31 32 33 34 and fractions
proD
lainants bill tbe same will be taken afar confessed ing sale in Tallaham, by 6 o'clock, A. M. ; or oa tbe Juual 181. are
against him and the mailers thereof deccreed: accordingly apparatus complete. eb2 47 D. H. AMES. FromChattahoocbee, ou the.ame daynnd same 36. requested lo come f rwa .at. the
; but is farther ordered that a copy of time after the arrival of the U. S.Mail Boat from Tbe whole Town 2 further indilgence .IU b given. K.
this, order be published in some one of the newspapers The Book BinderyIs NOTICE TO CLAIMANTS. Apalachicola lolaand meeting Fort Gaines. .cept sections 25,26,3 and I. will be continued for the present ,"
printed in this Territory, for four months also continued, where all kinds of work can ba A Board of Army Officers having boon established Persons desirous of going from Columbus,-G.. Alii.25 to f.1.50. per acre with those of our customers who ,been
done aa expeditiously as heretofore. Blank Work, in ibis city,for the purpose of invostigat Territory. with a.
0 SBceeesiyely. to New Orleans, will find Ibis by far the in paying their aeceonts
of all descriptions, made to order,and ruled cheapea These Lands offer uoB.
all claims
ALFRED BALSH Judge tto. toaDy ing against either the United Stales or and most expeditious, aa well the cud BETTO5 rl
April!, 841-4m 36 pattern suitable for Banks, Public Offices, Merchants the Territory of Florida:, for supplies,or for servj. most comfortable way as it intersects I .fe.t.the cultivtion and auperior .' .
"" ,. end others. Deed Record and Docket ret.Brynlwiek Cub will 2 -
oea connected with the militia ve hereby offer our and Florida Line at payments b BAN4A.COmmission .
.' Ike (Superior. Court middle District Books, and all other Blank Books, can be obtained services to all those having snih claims, in aid of el of but 9) hours CbaU.ho and smaller fractions ac AN; ABERNATBY.&
making a Ira v by stages Innughtbe
of :Florida. at chort notice, ruled and bound in any style requited their adjudication and collection. whole route. Time from Columbus to Mobile over these may b made on !erJuu.
(IK CHAHCKBV.) ; and warrAntod equal to Northern or any Any papers deliyered to us personally or transmitted hours. Company thai MUi in New ,, .

Between Andrew Norwood, A-' other manufacture. Particular attention paid to by mail, (post paid) will be promptly laid 6 For the Proprielr"WILLIAM for payment of tbe other R.K.Call,and flaaiy B sd.

TDrDb.Ua.4! Eackioi J. Moor., and rebinding old Books. Newspapers.agaxines,Pam. before Ihe Board.Whenever CADY. Lands iq Gadsden and 17 1839 t

Anaaa Jackson, partners in trade un. phlels, Music Books, fro., in plain or ornamental the cue requires i it, l iastrpctions will Chattahoochee. January fl), 1&40. tf for cultivation,will) also b. NOTICE.. .
dir 1M name.' and arm ofloore Creditors binding or to watch pattern. be given as to any additional proof, which may be 2 cation to John C.rochl UUING my ."D from fkiMBUtICI .
.,laebM far 21t III,.. tad others Bil. The subscriber thankful for the patronage be necvssary to the support of the claim or as to the NOTICE. the Subscriber] Ud settlers Pop of Moncoflosr ;d-.ttez-

?,__>.may.....In and contribute. ,fcc. Filed lit has heretofore received, hopes by a strict attention form in which it must be made. ,ii'HOSE who are indebted either by Dot or purchase of .ILd'PI'1 i T"
C' Ilalll""ta.aad John E, Keen AMarCenter Feb.1840 to his business to meet a eontinuanee thri same. In ail cases a Power of Attorney to us, ackoow. J&. account, to the late firm of their arrangements a .

administratrix of William P. A. HAYWARD. (edged b.forsthe clerk of the county,in wnich the HaI, will call my office and settle the sameimmediately Former purchasers from 11u C. $ f

Gaoler' lately:deceased, Defendants. Tallahassee" ,Pel 3.1840 10 party resides,and recorded in hu l office must ac- a in arrears with their p *te .SOJia II.t

*1TT appearing the Court'by affidavit that the John C. Jacob, cornpauy the papers, By *o doing the c.l of action at law will be quested ,to settle witn the Fit

JL;ISM* Mary Center" owe of said defendants abovesa.d. Measurer and Inspector: of Lumber for A W. P. & T.H. DDVAL.Tallahassee. saved,I all claims unpaid, will b put in suit at Carnocban during the "' No1.iwJt.o of DUIeracbooI.

reside beyond the iaricdictioo of thi.c..n. County-of Leon, May 8, 1841. the) first court having jurisdiction. will b& I t. J. '"oTMr.Orrrtf

,io wit',io the. state 0TNew York. Itisconidarodead his services to those,who may pleas*. H7AU persons who way have entrusted aa with JOS&PI BRANCH.Feb. Agent' house, .MO I .
oramd "Out the said defendant Mary OFFERS: apoa him. Charges moderate.. claims ut the tbore description,will please execute 11. J8t.Gene Office at Mr. Barnard's, 8.rra. eegtcM't; h.tB-tbf. bra-
Center. adau lstralrU' Center lately 1840. Powers of Anon/above; directed and five or _jani .2. and trapev her derdsa1'Ia
Tallahassee. March 14. .33 Edfflej has arrived In town, flulr. 11 *
deoeesttdjd' if ear w'aniwer' said complainants' -U-- CabllM'& *1ieu.ywI1E .. lend-Lhem to IlL W.P.fcTH.D_ Differ U bla profession .. Pro& heir papiJ', t re ft****'!"
HEREBY all
tii of complaint within four monlbe from the datetatlstpebliaailon'of nndenffnrd! narinr wrehaiedpf' Mr. I. PLEASETAKE.1'JOTICE.: Whr be wants to be well known, JLVPENOLER notify .
ibis orderolbrwise. said bill STOCK OF.TOOLS B. BULL k CO hue just received nsw :Ancubilbbceoa 4, tug.22, I LYMAt tiua m .suatn ".ju
'ii. JlIr..J1..EMTIP and that I will ) .. .. .
J lad fr
W orderedfnnlW4JadrmVistsdJ pby Readiai, )
wOl be Uk*. '/ > It.:If farther and. CaWiioiubU Hats of Beaver 'flilk __ .
:tND ). "TM.AthbOYs, ; tins! n&aadi : or the said and
dllJ.aw..a.. !f t4 to euOrlba nwepsrs offer Strayed, -' dODI. by i .It -
Sktft the abte W.1
,,'Tall.......* In thdPilriet continuing( the boaioess aU"oil" stand oppotits ilole whicbtney t public rttMBsV ""W7IROM Qniner, stoea80R. .. 1- "iiWIE Grantsur.ciog4:
Ward &Mays,and respctfulJ/wUdU the rtWD. bly for specie or 1IIIiaot and for UU'cttrnfti Jf a&a.1 ". Sl4O. *"
aiesaid 08CI a weakr "out monthsEfeUd BEL three T1lU.De v .
of ItkMls rates HORE
) btooowth oww1
a>'e so liberally ... .& r.< :. cy Fo .a Dm16 let '
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the
.this. Slat day< DecsmUr: 140. r '.. wB.r., c1sncc. r.& & reward y- 'For IN ,
r I for his i&faraationwberahaeaabefbtnd. HANDSOME ',
ALFRED B4zpJdgo; 5w. j good usortaantot retona, '
: Also a Cas. "
PIECES
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tta.t. ;&e.. made to crdsr p4 al_lh. hortrt police. : the FehlS a ". bunws-eoripJet .1" ,-
Im.'ud"Vap.fo
Uf Q, WELLFORDf, Clerk. :. A rlOUiieii., ;J8. 1 | )!. -for yourselves.i i Port L on
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