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

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\ !why does despondency weigh down my heart )''i iiU:;'' '" .A i. a
Such thought are for frienda who reluctantly. part! -. : ".w
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'" Yet' I gate on nj country Ihrvugh fat falling! tears m\t <
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I pee the hilla parplo) with. Wlse-f the lietth. little pledges of love between them-any I We had been at our work sometime in-BtchJ 1!pouch-bthind, he re-entered the house to From the jY. Y. axdy 1 Notary.' ; tad the .!'1"

'. And mr own happy village that ...tt.. beneath the, young images of the'eJder Bethany to arrest I mond, and after spending nearly all oar'rino' 1 search for it. He went groping about in the Slum ..IeII1.......,. d .
And the white blossom! spread over
thornTkatgrew fragrant the burning bolt. ney'and getting a little in debt, we took IUt4 1 I J,dorl uatil he l uadJh..nd, was about to leave '--_ ... t.' .
aeartkecolUgeia. which I .... sr.. A neighbor Mr. Murdock, 'who was rather: lo our bead. to tramp off to the west. We r i r.W&ro ,k> was tainted by. a cry, which: be .MV !. .. ThohIoleigiii; ; : of 60 ... ,

more exposed to attack and somewhat farther set off between two days with a little money, r knew to be that of his own child, which heriad I My text may be found somewhere, ia the tbi tfia Ftkal Corporation c/ .

' It cannot a* r.bucH-no, the cenuti.) c1iID from the capital than Mr. Bethany, had but it was not long before we had spent all I deposited lathe cradle. M How is this 7" following words : preparing it we hf been. gnnf-

r Oerlhe And the cat g j where little porch father... it reclined did in eld i ia lit time ill tliero*, also deposited his wife end his only little responsibility but a c bit.' We agreed to spend that for liqucr Il he muuered ; Jerusha said she had the ba The girls are all a fleeting show. ly Expreraofthe aided by that vetoed furnished b tle New Tort

Dot where it my father my oh. aiawer me where TMy in this said log cabin, that they at the first dram.shop, and to stop at the by. Crickie I have it now It's a capital i Their For man's vexation given ; bin bt'hIcbtbisi1isapartialmodificathn .

might, as he said, "die, if die they must, in I I next town and work for more. We travel] ''''j,joke !" and be went on with his precious bur. Deceitfel smiles shine of,joy doceilfnf, their tears of wo, I The first section '

mothtr's own easement! ,the chamber she lov'd respectable company." This Muodock was 1 led most all day without smelling grog and] den, chuckling to himself as though something I There' not one true in flow.seven. establishes a Fiscal Corporation .
Is tt.erc-os-erloo1cin.. ; thr lawn where I roved; a man ot rare adventure and I I
hands oVr her My hearers that the Columbia
Jl.e; t oujhtfully sat with her brow. girls are all!! as fleet. capital! of
He was stout and rou'id-shouldered lo /I II 1 State House .
ance. he
Aseho .:itct'd! her young darling: -ah, where ill we came plump upon a toll.bridge. was throjged with men,I ing i iomen as the summer flowers, and that of of dollars divided into two hundred
alie now ? with a large head, covered with \\hnt might :I agreed to be spokesman, and stepping up and children. Many who lived upon : them many mii
Uth are as false as they are fair g'a fact one thousand shares of hundred'
at :ittle distance black' !'the! outskirts one
seem a the
coarse moss, gate.kecper, who was n stiff old e city repaired thither for I well established
And there in my poor s'nterV, garden1: ; hnw wMfl and was supported by an unmatched pair of;j I with solemn spectacles!' and a broad hrimm.d safety everynight.. In the upper room. by those who have interest.ed dollars each. Seventy thousand shares to b
the innocent of that beautiful child themselves in girl-ology. From the subscribed for the United States and the .
Were : era residue
spirts mush&l bandy legs. His nose presented the .appearance :: hat as large as an umbrella, I said; Frieid, where a large fire was bldzing, t e lodgers' die to
voice tone ripened
: womanhood
Her a spell in it* is the by
But her cheek wan like rose leave*- where N of a triangular pyramid the base set what must we pay for passing ?' had mostly c&owdcd, and, here we next find i in the pleasure of pleasantestpath or states.individual. companies is c rortion..
facewards. The expression of his mouth :! Thou each Mrs. Murdock who ground a female's ex Te power reere augment
she gone Ipo must pay a fourpence, he answered was the first of our com'I i istence but she
; travels it the ) after
onceandthat capita first
was something between a good-humored !|: solemnly. pany to reach thu citidel. She came in only January,
panting :
father recline in the clematis feat! smile and a cynical sneer, and his large saucer I We have but a fourpence between us- and blowing under the combined effects' once occupies but one moment, as it 1851, fourteen millions of dollars.
No mother looks forth from ihe shaded retreat were, upon the dial of time. To.day she The second section that the sub.scription .
eyes stood forth so prominently and wandered i may we pass for that ?l' of.her race, and the weight of a heavy burden pr'ide
JIo sister is Iherc, yIv buds-tomorrow
dealing she books
away. blossoms-and shall '
Till half: hupprehsed laughter betray where she so restlessly, that they seemed to float I I cannot let thee pass: fur less than fourpence which she bore in her arms. As soon as she day after she the b opened, on the first
'I scatters her charms Monday of October next, at various
lay! upon the surface of his dish-shaped face, and each.' was somewhat rested: and composed she rosy upon places
proceeded I the frosty, autumnal winds of and looks designated in the bill under the
uould think times that would But age ;
you at they I thou cant trust us for one {fourpence.e to divest that which she ate.
How oft i in ray exile", when kind friend were rear. I swim round to the sinciput if they'could but I i W are going to work at the next town, and I Ii whatever it was-of the carriedI;I' more like a withered cabbage stump stuck in dance of commissioners appointed by the
I rye slifhtrd' their kindness! sn I ..i !h..1! to I be here! I Ii I I the sand than like any thing else the of Secretary of the Treasury. If more than
the shoal of whiskers which will l which enshrouded pen
over it I
pass : come and \ihee. talking meanwhile in
Uo'" >ft have" I said: -''Could I nnr again we I i I way again pay ;i my fancy can The fourteen millions .
.'" stretching from the summit of each cheek f'O to friend I the mother's I portray. girls, my friends are BU Crb. the commissioners
thee. Oh
That sweet little valley how blrsl I should' be \I jl cannot trust gibberish; you dear yittey II don't of them last
> half shall, deduct
bone the of the chi" without leaving We Did I any so long, in proportion largest sob.scriptions .
I IJ. met at tip are poor young men, of steady ha. ting t tie wicked Injins come to kill' as a fm
Have bet! it i il! not a ra'lcy! like this.) a gap between. An Englishman by I! bits'thotiph Swell wn not short of forty- mudden's tweety babe ? Mnddy wouldn't.bottomed draught of soda drunk from a big ia such manner that none shall

ThAt unaided can realize visions of btitl.J j birth and a tailor by trade, he had seen much I I"' and are going west to made our fortunes, after yet 'em kill her pyesshus child. Yet 'ure : tumbler.that I can call them almost J reduced while an,one remains lar.The
\'Clir.t'slli-Irn-and then I look round I [any thing is third section
fleeting. that
They fasci. t
of the world. After having travelled over j we make! a little more in the nexttown. muddy kiss her darlin." this time J are enact no iniyi.
For light steps that used to ti ip over the ground : money pyetty By nating, evanescent flowers dual or .
the Union, and been by turns a member of! A fourpence is all we have now.' she had untwisted the cloak,and was about to : fairest in the that bloom the corratio for more ,

nut se 1 thin green path-I remember it well, I every profession, just as suited: his whims, he I In faith, friend, thou canst not pass but proceed with the kissing, when she screamedout themselves merry May of life. If left to than shares, which shall b paid in
'Tin the) to the church'-hark! the toll of the they may, perchance continue to specie treasury notes, or '.
wIY had taken a wife of no very: tender age, fcr what I have said. Thou art agnceless Good Lord.! child child it's government ao
(bell'! I \ my blossom, even to the verdue ten dollars at the time of
I' about two previous to this time and youth, to able-bodied murdered !" and the (r sickening Sep. twenty I
Oh oft "> niy !hoyliood a truant I'ce ttnyed years seem s:> and still so' little fellow she was 1 I tember of existence but, five in three months and subrbg

Tn.condor dark jew tree, and slept in its shade. : thus far proven an exemplary, though an eccentric '! sturdy a beggar ; I fe-ar: thy steady habitswill I| holding, chorussed her exclamation so lustily, ,, friends, when ; my respected The fourth yea. a'
they. section ,
'j' are once plucked! and I the manner ..
}hushnnd. l become unsteady at the next town.' | tjat some one rear remarked, Heavens !_'1' .L _- rrcrb. .

Put snre'y: thr p' t war i ic narrow now I Mrs.\ Murdock was. as her partner said, In vain we tried to get past. He would I i jUlie dead child cries so, what could it have ineir stems are inserted in the vase of matrimony i in which the comms en keep he-money I j
both left neath the dark tree j they soon wilt and wither like paid in, &c.
$ sm plice: is a
a yew '
bnll"h I a very superior woman, she overtopping: not listen to us ; at length I asked, I suppose: d.ne ifaliyel" Mrs. Murdock, heedless of: ped cucumber, and crop. : Tbe fifth section
him by about four. inches. I Imagine a tall\ 1 if a man has heavy tic( observation, continued in the nothing on earth can enacts that no subscrip.
0>r tablets in rribod! with sad record! T trend j, I baggage, you charge more : same restore them to their primitive freshness tion shall be transferred until after the
And the home I have: sougf.V the lime of the .: raw-boned, lantern.jawed woman: with dark than a fourpence ?1' !I "Take it away. It ami my child-it's Je. and whole \
beauty. They butterflies amount of the
are that flit before second instalment is in.
dead i and hair. and a complexion to match, Not a whit. Thou mima's black paid i
I eyes mayst carry what t i; : whelp. Oh! my child's murdered. the admiring of The sixth
section relates
man whose the
gaze to in
; with i a hooked nose, long chin and largemouth thou u canst for that,' he answered And now I Do take this rotten spangled manner I
And wa' it far this I Ioole 1 forward so Ion?. i j jI thing away ; wings crumble to dust when they are which the subscription of the United States
at the entrance of.which stood her on.! a bright thought struck me. But. Possett!' ,, '; and without waiting to be relieved of the lit. once i
And, tlirink from l\i\ Fw'etnec..r Italy's son! 1 caught in tie of shall paid.
And turncil. from the glance of the dark girl ofSpain I ly v.sib'e' tooth, like a hungry wolf peering': ; l on earth ails you 1"I'he I'I'"hat tie blackie, she flung it from her with such I,nothing to be embraced eager grasp but a Hymen lump of, leaving earth'scommon b seventh section creates the subscribers ;

? I from a dark cavern, 01 more properly like a : mnn addressed stood with a large ; force, (hat it might have broken its bones,had i

And! wept for my' 'ollntrJ'' again :nnd 1.\ln; : ', ,) L whole pane of glass remaining in a broken junk bottle before his face shaking his heed I there not been fortunately a bed spread upon ;:i but better material-rough within round the edges, a corporation of u and body politic, under theme
like na The
a loaf of bread Corporation of the U. '
winduw-sash! and YOU have a tolerably correct -: \iolently, "It's empty-it's said hr.'hat'PI I the floor near by, and filled with children, a. corn Fisc
empty baked
I : States
And w" a' It fur llm: t t-> my casemont rrip' ( I upon a shovel. to until the first day of
Tu 1\7P fin the deep! when they deemed that: tl impression of the nppearr.nce of Mrs. Je- \\ empty ?" demanded Murdockj;) m&ng whom it tell. As it was, its head lit My dear friends I June, 1862.
1 rusha Murdock. our head ? I could have told that (tic nose of about ) say unto you that the
siejn ) you t I upju a boy six ears old,!girls The
are not
To think" rf f.jnd trlrt'tillL-tle--! : welco-ne! -Iki ,; Bct/Hlr./ )' had been captain of the first t division j i without jour !shaking> it off to find it out." who: net up a yell, which would have done tire, but only as fleeting 83 flax in the eighth section provides for nine di.
they also three
",1-1 of City Guards that night, and when1they I My head no-the tattle is empty." credit lo a howling imp, fresh from Pande. are all a show. If any of rector to b appointed by the President .
! The f.iendly han.!V prc"IIIHl'--oh! was: it for thie' ; you doubt the words of the and Senate, the other six
f were relieved, In- had asked some ofj 1! How do YOU know ?1" monium. I and preacher, you t b ele
can go stand on the annu :illy by the stockholders
of other
?: Sped, speed. my fleet vesd! ) the tempest may them homo ith him, ostensibly for the pur1pose I Didn't) I hake it ?" I The poor< woman was now thoroughly dis. ferent streets that lead corners into the the dif. Uniied States. No member of tan

raveThere's drinking hot toddy, and to spend the !) No. You shook your head." traught. She ran about th t room, crying, principal Cong or :
thoroughfare called other officer of .
h: a calm for my lieart in the dash of tho night merrily but really, (because he felt as!=u. :, Didn't I do just so 1" he asked again I out, My child oh my child-I've murdered stricken Broadway, of this sin- director the Goverment a
;:; wave; red that their& would add to' his head I him. l\e j city-there observe what a vast quantity and no director to act as director of \
presence greatly ) shaking as though he was left him to the Indians. I'll
Speed, "peed. my:fleet vrssel! the siils are nnfurl'dOil' endea'.I' go of silks, satins, laces ribbons and any bank. The directors to elect
ask me not wi'hf'r-my Home is the World. his safety, and lo that of his family' and friends'in oring to rid himself of it. I after him ;" and she was rushing out to out I is other dent ut of their a Pr.'t
trumpery being carr.ed
-----n.-c----- 1'-- about for 't
case of attack from the Indians. Three I in exhibt.tion nuolbr.
an but to
Precisely ; you have not shaken the I practice this commendable resolution, .
I : on the backs of the The ninty
feminine that
From the : provides
Magnolia for August.Bn.xiNG genderand as soon as
had accompanied[ him among which number tattle yet. Let me show you how to do it'i j I with a speed that bid fair to precipitate her if dont the ten dollars
: FROM TilE DIAIVS. was a f fdluw namrd P noted for for I down you say girls are all a show, per are actually paid(e clu. _
?selt, more : you don't know your head from a bottle. Ihe tall and almost perpendicular stairs I'll l quit and flive of the United
BV LUDWIG INKLE.:: hi* good taste! -that is, if good taste consists J So saying, Murdock deposited Murdock I which, at that time, ascended on ihe outside toes, or go to planting pota subscription, directors .
In the fall, I think of 1820::! the citizens ofMiddle of kill in the choice/ (If liquors-than for any .junior, in the fir-t vacant place he came to, r of the capitol from the ground to the second vexation, to 'peaches.there That they are a millions may b appointed in, and a soon as four
man, be are paid tbe
can ,
:\ Florida Mere in great consternation other qualification. lIe was a little apo which happened to be Jemima's cradle and I story,S*hen she encountered her husband in I They bothei, bewitch bewilder no mistake. commence corporation shall
from the belief that they were about to be plectic-lookmg' man, with rubicund visage: after a few efforts convinced Posset I that it I[!thedoor way. One glance sufficed to show us wherever we and perplex Tbe tenth section
iniolved in an Indian war. A few lawless blushing nose and bald h'ad-a bachelor, and. was his head, and not the bottle, which was II that he Lore the object of her lamentations in another go. They somehow or I gives tbe directors
I I get S3:: tangled in the power to employ clerks &c. fix
Seminoles! entertaining I liostilitv against one ma r'ellouslv popular with the ladies for ,he, empt They/ all laughed) their throats dry his arms. Snatching the child from him she man's affections belore' he up knows meshes of am

two white for old offence had had some and no I legal I heirs. Wo will' fit Posse't's' and conferred it, that it is [ salarie
or men, some money expense, soon emptied the I;I upon it every endearing epithet that difficult to disengage them, without The eleventh section contains the fundamental
murderd: a family or t two, and made some attempt not enter into a descnpini: of the other members !tatt'e' in order to restore a proper moisturr. ,entered into her vocabulary besides now and his heart tearing
string in twain articles of
.. and the constitution said
.. to commit further depredations, which of this right merrie cotnpanie: Here h was a new difficulty, for they had Uieu making one for the occasi m. and Ill\'. other damage to his doing considerable c orporation, to wit o
spider :
resulted, however in their own de'eat and fi. The noon of night" wac .rrc t time pone. drunk! no hot toddy yet, and the rum was nil i ished upon it kisses enough to have blistered wasn't woven sensibilities. 1st. The number of
nal ul : These' murders 'and the glass had been around! The her in I 8 with me, however, yoe to which stock
I lgatlon. happened already passed go ne. only remedy was to give Jemi. lips the process of manufacturing when I was If I fuund holders shall entitled

about sixteen miles from Tallahassee, and the very frt ely. A large fire, now and (then re- ma n gun, for self defence, and to send her i them.It ed to desires young.with a girl fasten. n& of b to give for directors
my the adhesive proxy more than
,, citizens of that place' numbering only two or pknished! : by a light wood knot, was burning to the next t shop to replenish the bottle for in appeared afterwards, that when Jemima love, and the dictates of glue of to be valid. None other ninety than days standing'

three hundred were expecting every night briskly' in the hearth. Poaett!! had taken care '." t hose times that tried men's throats," access .i was called upon to go to the shop for the aurpose separation, I always laid prudence hold demanded dents of tbe States be actual resi
with the to
an attack from the stealthy foe. On even 1 that the teakettle, wi ich wa to supply the could be had to the : of having the bottle refilled she was firm Uoite voters.
of 2d.
confectionaries"n grasp resolution and Five six
let directors
hand might be seen preparation for war- ]I)iu water for the toddy of which he claimed i; at all hours of the day or I her child ; that when she went to of the her rip, unmindful for o second only to be

'..,,;... Boys were changed into'" men-at-arms"and 'to be a notable manufacturer. -should OCCUP'j!' And now for the balance of your story" I deposiie him in the cradle, she found it preoccupied you all to do, my consequences young friends, and when s ought eligible be more than year five and or no six directorsshall in.ucceion.

old rusty guns-some well nigh answering !a warm berth by the fire. Murdock iiur- said Bethany after all was quiet again. ][,, by Mrs. Murdock's, infant ; that find yourself in a similar you s electe. yean

the old woman's description, a dangerous ':sing his child a noisy boy of nine months I I Let me f-ee, where was I ?1" continued ,I I I whell.: she saw the cloak in which thut lady My hearers-my text predicament.intimates 3d. None but a stockholder and

veepun without lock, stock or barrel"-were 'I old, and supplying themes of laughter for the j Murdock.I Oh I left off at the bright usually wrapped her cherub, lying on the girls are deceitful that the citizen to be director resident
creatures that a and
into the hands of those unab'r! do cfli. whole! while his esteemed .' When friend I'I'tho..gltt. bed ; their smile' not more than
put to company highly Quaker told me that feeling assured in her OWII mind that of joy, and their tears of all two to be from .
wo one who
arc for effect. any shall
cient sen ice, with which, as!' they said, they wife was superintending the prcparat'on of :, baggage went free, I squatted down and told I s since th young .Murdock had possession ofI Well, it is in many instances. There : paid, such sum for their services sale the b.
could 'make 'tenre like." The day was; a supper Johnny/ Cakes and fried chickens; ,i Swell to mount upou my hick, and when he I I ti the joung darkie's couch, the young darkie thousands of them who smile are holders, shall direct. The as Itok.
.( spent by many in shooting at a mark for '-;Mrs.\ Helhany being too large to circulate : was well sealed: tossed the old man; a picayune ,: migh: rightfully retaliate, and with an interest: weep to win. Some are all smiles entrap like, and President to be fixed by the directors.4th. salary. of the

,. practice and the night in watching for the freely in the crowded room. A negro "0. saying Will that do ? a fourpence carries :j HI i the w ellare of her offspring;' highly praise. mornings of June and the Not less than five
; some all directors
t enemy. Now and then, the report would I man,Jemima. performed the arduous dut-es' us now, don't it l''Yaw i wortay, she had enveloped him in said cloak: ,, like the afternoons of are team,,: constitute a board for shall

;,4 reach tie city, that I tracks or other Figns of of the culinary art, tln.ugh interrupted now i: yaw, yaw !J' roared the Quaker ; (land i hid him where she hoped he would be sponges; so full of April-regular the of saturated and three of the five shall transacting those bline
,;;;.t.the. Indians had been seen somewhere in (lie and then to attend to the wants of a squalling'! :: Here, friend, lake thy money, and march ; .1. picked up, if any alarm should be given be. feeling, that the least tender juice I the b elete by

tl vicinity, or that they had fired at a solitary brat of her own, which occupied a cradle in ,thou shall have free passage, though thou fore t her return ; and that, moreover Mrs. cause love's liquor to flow like sueez wi I stokolder.Any number of

m horseman; and always upon such occasions the same room. Bethany hin.self was fully (hast moie wit thau industry.' I I Mur'luck finding a child where her's was' perforated cocoa nut. a th an 5t sixty, holding not stockholder than no less. ..

' : the vigilance was doubled and the terror tree i employed in waiting upon his wife, attending : I could hear the old man yav yaw, i I commonly deoosited, had snatched it up and I 10 their looks. How They are I deceiving at le one thousand
.1 bled. The citizens would divide off into: to his guests, and going occasionally to the : yawing' as trotted off with Swell upon my'I I hurried it off without inquiring into its originor I daily peregrinations, who many see in my meeting.share may any tm a general

compat.ies, about half dozr ; door to listen if there .sounds to lie heard I bark until I had crossed. the appear, at a litle .
fl. containing a 'n r | any bridge. By examining its color, for which latter neglect distance, like lovely angels, clothed with the: 6th. The Cashier to give a bord of

. persons, and going out, two companies at a : which betokened danger. zounds I was tired enough, for it was two l ly the way, she was certainly excusable petticoats mortality; but wbowhen ; or more sureties for not less than two.

\ : time,each in a different direction, would thus I I reckon," he said, after one cf these expeditions j: hundred yards long, and Swell weighed two siuce ilia sense of touch could not have near to, and divested of all their brought fifty thousand

:J march around the town to prevent a sudden I we could hear a gun fire, though j hundred and forty. Do you weigh that much, ascertained the slight difference of shade be. are artificial,I dolar.. ;
, I no more to be Corporation shall bold
' '! attack; and finer making the compass of the we sire a little iioi \'." I Mr t *. Bethany ?" tween the two children, and there was no grces than compared to real I only real
I beauty, tusk of the wild boar estate enough for the convenient transaction
place once or twice many of them would I, Laws 'a mass\! ," screamed his wife who/ j There was a general laugh at the condo. I I l light t to assist the scrutiny.. i ivory of the elephant. Yes friends to the; of business.

when rel.e\ed by other guards, betake: them sat at one corner of the fire-place, sluinlxTinp : won of Muidock's story, and it had not cease :I But this was not the only part which Je- as deceitful as thimble, my girlsare i 8th. The of tbe

selves 10 sonic common place of rendezvous, away the effects of certain strong and' :!, when Ihe report of a gun was heard. mima had in the ever memorabl occurrence a cannot cautious how riggers; and you and above deb Corrin over
and spend r the remnant of the night in various deep J potations, Laws 'a mas Y. The guns I Where is it 7" shouted the guards. I of tuat eventful night. It'seems that before t to select b one 10 from the lot, in whom you go to work $17,580,000, and in shal exc .

merriment. It is oboe of these a firing 1 What'll become of Oh sweet child !" cried Mrs. she you intendto I excess di .
a description ( you say me- j jI my Mur- I j I entered the tihop, to which she had been repose trust rectors shall liable.
your confidence
night: scenes and its consequences, that I have can't run." j dock, letting fall a dish of I fried chicken which seut!, she placed the gun against a tree near hopes of earthly your: andyour :I 9th. The corporation b shall not deal in .

now undertaken. '" No, no, my dear madam," said Murdock.I j she was handing up to the table, upon the ',: by, and that. whilst she was effecting her pur. My frIends-as to happiness.whether thing but foreign bills of any

Let i it be premised, however that it wa with mock gravity, he didn't say the guns head oi Mrs.I Bethany, who had been sleep. ; chase, a hog comiiig; along had overthrown I more than one true out of there of is. not. drawn in one state and xch.lge in or bl
the payable
agreed, should any signs of the dangerous were firing but only asked me, if 1 would''i ing again. 'tit,: i and had thus) caused the alarming report. ral run of girls, I am not seven, gene gold and silver, goods or land ,

proximity of the enemy be discovered by the I help tote you if they did fire, and I said- i' .. Laws 'a massy"the huge one screamed I know that I should weary the patience of say. I. ant persuaded however.fully prepared lo execution, or goods in purcba 0

guard, a gun was 10 be discharged, and all the Certainly I will.' as the gravy trickled down herince, "They've | my readers, were I. to describe minutely ,f pumpkin bl Mms. the of false that, like debt." ten payment for

women and children betake then 1 don't want of h. slo. knocked brains I'm dead." h how the average ones
W rre to none your -lp you my out. '( portly Mrs. Bethany climbed up ) i is very considerable, at the least calculation. 10. No loan shall made to

Selves to the State House-a tall, two story ry-telhng Snip, you," she answered, darting The hot toddy 's lost t," groaned Possctt:, thai high utaircasti by !her husband's aid, and They bud and bloom, like all others but af.r: exceeding one million b, or to state government

brick building two r< oms below stairs and at him a fiery glance from her mateless eye,, :' who was jUt taking the kettle from the fire, .! how that 'having "ensQunced herself upon an ter having had all their sucked; ing one thousand dollars any exc.
honey .
one above-whilst the citiien soldiers were for she had now collected sense enough tV:I which in his agony dropped, and the spilt unappropriated bed in one corner, she lay in that and t'other bee, they wilt by and I tborised huudre act uole au
I I Congress.
to arm themselves and march like men I lo comprehend her hus and' remark, you'd water extinguishing the blize, in an instant !. the embrace of Morphe'us. or perhaps I should leave l no fruit behind them. But away, 11th. The stock of the

meet the enemy, if they could ascertain their better tote your own w ife." ..11 was dark." Then ensued a scene of'' say of Bacchus, until high noon ; and how young male friends, are not all true,you, n>y' assignable.Itth. corporation t b
whereabouts. U Why, my ."If(! can carry herself! and me I groaning, scuffling, pushing, screaming, run.' ; that Possett was fiJund at early dawn asleep than the other sex. You dart about like more and
t tI. the obligatory credit
I Near one corner of the city, in a quarter too, if need IK;. I'll lay she can outrun any I uing, und hallooing, that beggars description.rsotwithstanding I. i in a gulfcy, i into! which lie had tumbled, asking :. humming bird, from flower to flower in under sal.Te bll assignable
"here the approach of the Indians was mostto : I Indian in nature and if I wn to throw her I) the fowl murder of Mrs\ ;:;, i with his waking breath Has the liquor ummer of your lives-poke into : Provided no t bill of credit shall by eodnmt.

be expected, flood a log house containing over my shoulder, i-he's so King, her head and L .I Beth'in}', she was the first to get out of tb ej j I come yet ?" and how that peace was made variety of female posies-and your bil the a than five thousand dollars, or b fo than more I
only one large room, occupied by two families heels would both drag. But I can give you: house, but she had not proceeded far, when: ,I,. with me salvages," as Mrs. Bethany persisted I- of existence approaches autumn ,I. year. o

at the time the incidents of our' narrative a lift, just as I did Simpson Swell once. Pos !; coming in contact with .i tall stump she measured .I j.It I in calling them, nnd {hat consequently! spend tOo winter of lives, you retire and I to 13th. All or notes
your to
transpired. The master of the house, Mr. sett, did I ever len you the story ?" j her length upon the ground. Possett t here: was no more running from the Indians alone, like the that alitar or bl, shall Ie payab .

f Bethany, han no very special claim to our ft 0. No," said I'ossett, not as 1 remcn'ber. j who happened to be just behind her, stumbled by the good people of Tallahassee, during fat upon the wochuck You grown mod.bar b payabe on de

'a lice ; but as his better half w ill figure largely I wonder if the water is hot. Lei me see,, h likewise, and fell by ;her side, when she tlut campaign ; and finally, how that to this j just as false coer as girls indulgence.-and are 14th, Half a yearly dividends made

'I' In our story-for she weighed about two hun- while you tell us about it," and accordingly V 'screamed out, Oh, you murdcrsome villain, day, Murdock jok .J his wife about carryingher t false a a set 'tle artificial. But they are dear as exceeding three and a t b

dred-we must I of her the toddy maker, who was not fully sober, yaller salvage- ,* dark skin" far she my no hal per cent.-
say a wor or two y'ou-you you copper vni r.|.,, preference to so aa friends, whether male or needn'tpay When a surplus amounting two
by way of introducing her to our readers.- proceeded to test the heat of the water, by mint-you have come to skelp me.have you t. did on that night. .*' attention female you has m
any to I have said exces shall
Some unlucky accident had deprived; her of pouring some of it on his hand. I 1 ou'll have a tussle for it. you willyourflJ Marianna, '1841. wears the of but lht over IccumuJate treasury any of the b paid

one eye, but the other could glare fiercely By hokies !" shouted Possett, as he felt f 'II pay for it, that it will." Meanwhile, can find appearance thing that a je. if yon and on the expiration of the Uoi Sra.; .

enough to strike terror into the heart of any tlie pain resulting from his experiment, I've I h having seized the poor fellow by his small TUX PCBLfC MONIT gospel l truth any I of you into after cher any surplus
beg to it payment retmbur.
ordinary mortal of the male ex. A large burned myself. Who'd a thought it 7 Why,: remnant of hair,she drew her well-tried nails The receiver of public money at Boston, like a hawk June you pounce and upon sing thd capital, shall diyind >

head of carrotty hair was surmounted by a I can take it ever so hot in my mouth." j over his stuffed cheeks, until they were under the Sub-treasury law,has been instruct to the end that upon the a car of bug life, profit by i its it, If the dividends are ever b below the three Treasury sad
run to
smoke colored cap ; and her dress would ** That's because your throat is better ac ploughed into deep furrows, he all the while ed to pay over tbe tnoneya in his hands to the destined and may ,', half cent s
goal, never squeak on its axles per semiannually, the Treasurer
have done no discredit to a wanderer in the quainted with hot punch than your hands fire crying out piteously, Murder-I'm no In. Merchants' Bjank of that city, which has for the want of true moral So I! !) make up the deficiency t of the

great African Desert, .* where no water is I." with hot water, and your mouth is blister dian-hot ttoddymaker P.P.Pos-Possett." been chosen: as the depository of the public! it grease. m I i al may have been paid No surpbs
Her voice was u harsh. a screech-owl's ; proofby this time," said Murdock. J bo affair might not have ended but with his money dends to made bfor. d

5nd the color of her teeth was by no meai.s It fortunately happened that Possett's impatience life, had not Bethany come along, and having ,. |: The b except the &
GLASS BILL. PnuieAdd- POTCJICY. purchase hs stock
N., r. n t own ; ostoloanorpledgeofit
improved by the large quantity tobacco was so great that the water hod not set his wile upon her perpendicular again, '
lbe-.used- A glnn bell for a church, was recently I Evening Star, in commenting upon the death i ; and shares r.
the reached delivered Possett into the hands of hit fellow any
according to Approved aodaJy.1&ke yet scalding heat, and he escaped' calved in
) in Sweden. Its diameter is 6 feet and of Mtss Langdon, by overdoseof : satisfaction of debt old.
fashion of these cast I a Pr.cAci b ** .
more refined with slight pain and a heart laughat guards.Murdock 8
days, tempory ) Tbe bank shall
IQ the form of snuff, with th" aid of a stick bis'folly. enjoyed'tbe whole scene: greatly, its tone:u said to be finer than that of any saysM.I haslong been ,in nee ui an ;:I D bold stock i cibereorpc.

bra.b-but by the quid, after% the masculine Let' have the story," cried one or two but was delighted beyond meuure at the metal: ;'n. ,of, bat ia.greatly reduced d I! nioaBfPR. dtr:dead I d fxca
t*& The lightning,of her temper nooe of aHer the laugh had subsided. passage at arms" between Mrs. Bethany w O'r pure. aci. placed t I te prft expenses.a ,
thSbl&hdest We 'Jeani, nays (be MadUonian! ,that Ge C. tongue ,ihe eye; cnu instant AnBnnu-ileuteiaentof) \
by Inrge oddsftU at lime* with' ''WeU'beJ'ln Murdock I was once and Possetu After this rencontre was ended, dt >
Won) bat bren nominated by'the Pre'identlo which would fa> bettor t I paid mad the -
flier stroke upon her husband than it working in the State of Virginia with a ram he.was About to proceed to the capital, when. he Brigadier the U. S.-:Army, in placo, eating' m! t the,fcaagmanli drop e.1 c i to'be o'ae&o surplus Its,

would have done perhaps bad there beeo any bliogjourlike myself,named Sampson Swel 1. it occurring to him that he bad left his ihc)t. of Gem Scott, uppointed Major General. ling gibbet. A few years ago, an eminent stra 'g. I I J. Te directors are authorised .

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tfcch'employ ageocwriiy*5y toto Stat\Z'' oh'th l 1 .' ....':: ,- 1bmai......CAarZ... t ia\1fcrclII',. .iu.lpho'a id-; and.:.the' precptate.thi.ch: L ; "'l this annual'sacrifice of 12 per cent on"half I a necessary, for them to ,apply to the} Govern, BY LASt NIGNzT'3'MAlL- ; "h-
:egeotor: agent*; i.' the of Florida for ment
.pplob&tlODbC tha 8ocrtI ofib. Ae ., ._ : Blood aad', ..e.Ia..der was flaky like snow,. WbU'Mi 1ruat.1.ra : in flhfonof! dollars, to pay [no:+not pay, pij )moot of. Territory pa\ .
IrY the bonds have
; of the pur.
!i ted InIe, **. ;
: > the
any batik'or babk.'and"'tb4l'fiaf&e'tgcMM* to' We have heretofpr ":reported di.;nin of 5th' March by magnet. in the.ijghtof: : the put :off,paym'eot for a year or two] of,its chased on the good faith of the said Government rWA11ceTON
1803 red dust !
rrlinqaishjaV pleasure, and ,ibe iameigeAfor bipod, meat fat, 6cc., which latdylanricbed a a 'in'tome; places p 180,000 interest due in London- year, all' them'being duly signed by the 1841.
accompanied rain fell in
agents to remOTe, *nd &0.'comniat'to' uch portion of Tennessee. The Nashville papers Ifnlv by '-v, T t, on.the Faith'Bonds, and to keep off piyroent Goveraorand Secretary, in reliance on which Dear Sir,: Enclosed b thZetoof

k agents business;'agencies of ';-or bank, such portion ftbe' speak of it as a thing undoubted, resting 'on In r',Apulia' I'f, there was first a verykigh f -*wind"'*"I also of its yet unsettled foreign debts of some alone] undersigned have become boldeis the President. It wa read, laid

think, fit said" corporation as- they may the report of many persons who could not be with much noise, and then a reffish black lhree"or four years stinding. We do not of the security and without which guaranty table, and ordered to be printed,and nadaSI
, : that neither he.said deceived, and who are above suspicion of cloud appeared, coming from the'S; : ''Eirtf, hesitate to say this sale_of the bank bonds the said bonds could not. have been negotia. order of the day for to-morrow. Ofcoor I
corporation, nor any agent or, thereof practicing. That we confidence that
agents entire *
makeup And
not ted.
presume to
nor any bunk or banks minds till from which there fell a yellowish red rain, below1 par is an evasion of the 34th section oftbe they. not a word was said on the subject.
our will
employed bythe on better informed. A cor and redxdust. on this representation, the government I After
same, shall authorised to discount promis. respondent of the Lebanon Chronicle quoted continued the who'e a quantity of ihe of and It charter. At the last session, the Bank lose no :time in taking such measures as will wards in a debate on the bill making* /

': dory notes with the means of the aid corpo. i in the Nashville, Banner, gives the following: part of the succeeding; the dust following was etamin-day asked leave ofthe Legislature to sell the Faith not only providefor the interest now due, but I propriation for the diplomatic corp )ape fro

ration, but shall employ the same in particular account of the I Bonds loco in the Wi I made
in bills dealing phenomenon : I ed, and was found to be volcanic. ..Fribrom,1the : I parand it was refused. The also] prevent any future irregularities se some remarks which Mr. 8tonW
foreign exchange, including !.illsand "On. Saturday last, a young man brought toy ir Anuales de Chimie/ torn ,LXXXTltjI I fbcos would not recognize the bonds at all. payment thereof/ I. replied to, and said something which I didS
drafts drawn
and iuoue State and Territory,p man office, a small piece of tobacco leaf, with I I! *, that near Arezzo, in March, 1813, the This is the plan adopted to get round the pro. With the assurance of their high esteem, h ear, that Mr. Wise took offence ?
payable III another. at. 1
17th. The and apparent drop coagulated blood upon it,> ground being then coveied with snow, there hibition- amounts to the same thing as if the they beg to subscribe themselves your obedient Wise left his seat & crossed the Mr
Secretary of the requested boose
Treasury to an analysis of it- that servants, to
inspect the books stating ;\ was a shower of fresh snow of a red color, Faith Bonds were so sold. The course of I Stanley. I saw them
and accounts of the Corporation the substance upon the leaf had fallen from a ) which continued for hours GOWAN & MARX whispering, and b.
ut his pleasure] and the ColidilOn of r cloud in the heavens. This excited my cu.rioslty the whole time with many nccompa.Jnied .the Bank should have been first, to redeem I OVERND GURNEY & CO., mediately Mr. Wise walked towards
a sound like that of one ct
the Corporation 10 be published and led me to make heir debts home should I For divert holder the hall doors
der the monthly( un particular inquiry )j t the( violent dashing ofthe waves at a distance; : at honestly; they JOHN ALLIARD. beckoning Mr. Stanley to fcL
direction of the Secretary. No L relative to this strange phenomenon. 1 made their defer the l low him who
circulation &
part ascertained the greatest fall iras accompanied with two lave good; GRAYSON & CO. took no notice (
o Mr '
of the proceedings to be from the that :Mr.\ J. M. Wj ,.
kept secret t Peyton of Lebanon,I : or three explosions like thunder. The red I payment of the foieign interest at such rum. For Lieut. Col. Clark. action. Mr. Wise then returned
/ directors. was in the to Mr.
government neighborhood at the time this
snow being melted, a precipitate was obtafn. ois sacrifice till this done. THOMPSON, HANKEY & CO. Stanley and
was Why oppress they
Idih. No I less appeared U be
note than for five dollars I strange shower fell and led me to inquire of I ed of nankeen WILLIAM TRirTON. convenfnr

shall be issued, but Cougress may: make ten I him. Mr. P's statement was, that he was at L lime, alumina a iron color and, which yielded" silica, I the citizens at home, to serve the shavers H. L THOMAS 'to each other, and immediately Mr. Wiao

die lowest. The Corporation shall never the house of Mr. E. M. Chandler, living on Some of these manga-iese. I o London, by continuing to pay it at such COUTTS CO.. made a blow at Mr. Stanley, who fended

have in circulation in bilU more than three Spring Creek, about five miles from L* barton,p oint. cases are pretty nearly in I IOSl1 l ? It will, we fear, impair the ability of| For divers holders. off and returned the blow, but I j ft
p beSere
times the amount in specie in its vaults. on Friday last; that about 1 2 o'clock ...... EWA R T, TAYLOR Sf CO. his
: or P. the
t bank in the end to pay the principal. The S. WAYMOUTH, arm was arrested and he did
19th. The debts due the M\ two of Mr. Chandler's -- -- ----- --- ---- not striti Hr.
to Corporation I in
negroes came THE FLOIIIDIAN. condition of the Bank, its repeated violationsof Thus we have been called on from three Wise. They were
shall from immediately
never exceed 75 the tobacco field
per cent advance on/I where they had beet .. parted
the capital. at work, and stated lo their master that it --orA----- ------ --------- its charter, its mismanagement, the hope. different sources, for interest on Bank Bonds. Dixon H. Lewis placed his body betw'wa

20th. The Corporation shall not pay oJt L had been raining blood in the tobacco field. LLAIiASSI-- FLORIDA : lessness of its doing Letter, and the almostcertaint The question will have to be settled in the them, and they could not see each other. 1It.
any thing but specie and its own notes. Whereupon Mr. Chandler, accompanied by: Saturday, September. 1, 1S41. } of its doing worse, may require the next Council, for all of the above calls are I:ink that Mr. Wise has challenged Mr.

22d. No bill of exchange to be bought or M r. Peyton and !Mr.\ D. S. Dew, returned I | next Legislature to take measures to wind I i it directed to the council, and to the Governor, Stanley.

sold, aud no loan to be made in the District L with the negroes, and found, promiscuously IDUHllCJVmA J up or by applica- So the
A TJ-FAITH and an answer requested on their next meet you see manners and deportment
Columbia, except to the government. scattered over a portion of the field, drops flf BOND TICKET. of
lion to Congress to exert its paramount authority : i If of the Council the t the members' of the
22d. All notes, except ten dollar notes, to blood adhering to the tobacco leaves. This p For Senator, ing. a majority say House is not quite so

to be signed by the President and Cashier, I statement of Mr. Peyton's-he being a gen. James A. Bcrllidot./ l and this, as well to procure us in its Territory must pay, and pay; as called for, respectable as the people might expect.

and made payable at Washington or anyone llemau of strict veracity- induced me to go stead a sound currency, as to avert all danger 11 then commences the taxation system with a Congress will adjourn on Monday it b

of the branches. The teus/ and under may in person tn the spot, and examine for my. on account of the bonds, if (as the bankitesK vengeance ; and if we pay the taxes of the said. Some say that the Cabinet will bold .

: be issued by the branches. sell: Accordingly, on Sunday last t, I went toihe For Representative, argue) we arc liable. for them. The interests I| ]Pensacola bonds, even for once, we admit on, others that they will resign all of them.

' 24th. The notes shall be received at any of f house of Mr. Chandler, who in company Daniel McRacny) of the bond holders themselves demand
may our and should be The
responsibility we ever [ was received
; message too late
the branches or at \\ asfungtoii, whether issued Air, T. It. and John Jackson, proceededwith I for
James D. such : The interests of all but fewselect
there or not. me Id the tobacco ground. Mr. Chandler JWeslcolt, Jr. course. a called on to pay interest on the Union or Lifeand this week's paper; it shall appear next week.1

25th. The ollicera and agents not permitted i stated in substance ,,'hatIr.!\ Peytonhad Nathaniel W. Walker, j Stockholders may demand it. as well as Trust bonds, we shall be equally as Habio. -

to borrow of the Corporation, nor shal I stated: that his negroes: were at work in: Arthur Burney Sen. I. the welfare ofthe public at large. Correspondence of the Courier.WASHINGTON .
any bill, &c., with the name of any one of the tobacco, and about> half past 11 or 12 -- --,- Arouse All. I The first step to escape! the impending ruin, : Sept. 7.

the officers or agents upon it, in/ any capacity, o'clock, a rattling noise like rain or hail was Jefferson County The coming election is the most important, is i to see that we have the right kind of a Mr. Benton moved in the Senate
be discounted. heard b7 them around yettcr.
falling which they r DEMOCRATIC: ANTI-fAITII election ever held in Florida and the Council-to do d.tY.lhat a document
found be BOND TICKET : next all we can to get members shewing the quantities
The twelfth section provides, that in case: soon to drops of blood falling. 0
of the Corporation dealing in merchandize,, looking up, the negroes state they saw a For Senator, Council will have to decide more wcightymatters : who will exert themselves te throw the pay. ofland be surveyed and withheld frun market,

treble the amount shall! be forfeited by the L small red cloud, passing swiftly from east to James A. Ben/idol. than have ever been presented 1 to merit from the 'ferritory, and not load us Mr.sent B.to said the.when President the for his information

persons giving the orders. west, immediately over their heads.und which t them before. The storm which has been down with a twenty years' interest to pay. much in need of supplies he Treasury was so
The thirtecnth section provides, that incase soon after pasting over them, disappearednntircly. 1 For Representatives, l long gathering, is beginning to come uponus. Throw the payment where it belongs-throw no reason for stopping the land sales coiceive

morc than one million is loaned to the Mr.' : .Chandler Elias E. Blackburn. BEOINM.NO, we say, because the hold i it any where, except on the people, who have the object was to hold them back for, unless dbtri.
Government and Air.
or more tha.i hundred thousand ton visited ihe
dollar to any State, without a specia I place, about 3 o'clock the )same evening: Jo fin L. Taylor. ers Jof the Territorial Bonds have twenty not received any of the benefit of the princi. bution. Mr. Clay and Mr. Smith resistedthe

Jaw, the persons a u the ruing it hill; forfeit and found, as they thought, drops of blood I h _,.__ years to call, even if we hand over the money pal, say we. motion as unprecedented, unncessarvand

treble the amount of the excess. and small portions of flesh. Air. C. stated The raigiiiiot.5i; Question. us fast us it becomes due. Every voter I disrespectful. The delay of the sales was
Henry Insane
Clay I '
The fourteenth section makes the bills o f he found a piece which he thought to be The decision whether the People of Fieri. should recollect that as decides the next In the Senate on Thursday, the 1st September interest very t favorab'e Mr. Benton the pre.emptioners had for whose
the Corporation which arc tie- about half flesh and half fat, an inch andalfor [ d.i will consent to be taxed to the manifested so much
payable on a pay Path Council, so we shall have to follow. Ware re Mr. Clay made a speech, in which anxiety, and it them
maud, receivable for all public dues unless h I two inches long, all of which ] Bank Bonds gave a preference oferspeculators.
produceda must made
at the next called for Moa .
Leg upon Money :: MONEY I he used the language below. Is it possiblethat The motion was laij the .
\ offensive oa ta
the : its a smell.
Corporation or an01 nil
extending the i ield.
agencies sus over islature. The
jiend specie pa\incuts. fi interest on the Pensacol.i); I Hail and if the Bank Bond party have any man, except he who has worked ble.The

The !fifteenth section requires the corpora My visit was not until Sunday evening, I Road Bonds, for half a million of dollars, is It majority in the next Council, we shall have: : himself up into so great excitement that de. Revenue Bill! wa taken up, and the

tbn; to transfer the public money from place I bout 50 hours from the lime the matter fell; I! unpaid : the late bank of the United States to pay money, pay money, pay money, until liiium shows itself, would use such language; motion in to exempt salt was going off fast e-

to place, and disburse:: the sa t c without commission I. al that time there was no odor perceptible, ? notified Gov. Reid of the fact, and demanded we arc all grey headed, before we get as well I and give such reasons 1 We think not. !It I cial nough interest., reference He said to this the safely of commer-

or dilfereiice of exchange. except when the particles were brought very [payment; of some year or eighteen months :| off as we were when we begun, and before shows however, the effect of disappointed rary measure. The whole was only a tempo.
The sixteenth) section directs the near-the smell was then offensive. I j i interest, it had advanced I system of rer.
public examined the very as Air. Dunlap said* we get out of debt. The democratic party' ambition ?1 We should not be surprised to !t enue from imports must be revised at the next
to be deposited in the drops on thc tobacco leaves and "
money corporation for the honor "
of the
Territory. They have, in Florida have been: persecuted for !session. Mr. and Mr.
The seventeenth: section< provides, that; i incase satisfied myself that they had fallen I. saying I hear that he should attempt the assassinationof Clay Bates eonten-

oi suspension, the holders oi the :!' dicularly on the leaves. I next examined perpens applied to Air. Wet ster and President Tyler that we should ever be called on for the pay. Tyler, and all who oppose a Bank. \i'oed that the total repeal of the duty would

shall be entitled to twelve per cent interest, 1 I f f falter for the extent of ihe shower, and ascertained j I j for payment also. 1 1 lie }Pensacola Bank and ment of interest ; now their anticipationshave I The Charleston :Mercury has the following' 'J!increase the price of the article by dimiauh.

protest of the, notes. I i it to have been from/ tortv to sixty yards i in I j Rail l : Road are defunct. The property and become matter of fact. We are called excellent remarks : j{ ing' the domestic competion. The amendj .
m ;nt was lost. Mr.
The eighteenth section provides for thepunishment I length.l A forest on the east and a field ofi) assets of both are all squandered. The mort. on, in the first place, for the following : 'I Mr. Clay did not confine himself the j Walker moved to ex-
to from
.. at l coulltert weeds on the wes t, itI I! > 1 empt gunny tags duty, as they were
> prevented
Jtll1g. given to the '
tracing {gage secure is
Territory worth
President like whale stranded !
the The Territory of Florida, a on a mudfiat [sometimes useful to planters as a substitute
The nineteenth section beyond tobacco. It
H on the same sub scattered, green fur was thinly l less. The iron, cars, &c. &c. mentioned in To the Bank of the U. S.-Dr.)' he lashed and spullt.:d filth all around. i for cottlon bagging. '1 his was rejected.

, ject. feet- probably a drop every 10 or 15 it have been sold. The Democratic party: For payments made by the agent of the The Globe notices one of his splashes as fol-i I Mr. BUCHANAN'S amendment repealing
1 he twentieth irregularly
t section provides for the dispersed. I
islimeitt (embezzlement of the funds pun. I I' t thercd from the leaves some particles wluchappeared ga- say, the endorsement on these bonds, and the I Bank in London, for interest due on Pen5 11- I lows : laws admitting railroad iron free of duty,and

officer or clerk. by any'' to have been clear blood, uncombined }I 'endorsement on the Life Insurance and Trust cola and Florida Bonds 8500,000, paid for I h Mr. II. Clay, in his tirade to.day. gave 'fixing the duly at 20 per cent.,' as so modifiedas
I. the honor of the viz as a reason why the harrisburg Convention to provide that the
Territory, ; duly should
with Co. Bonds, and commence
else the
others Territorial
The twenty.firsl section declares that CongiesS any ; seemed i to Bonds givento
be Interest due Jan. 1, 1840, $15,000 which nominated General Harrison, issuedno I r after me 3d of March\ 843, and was then
shall; ebtatl sh no other similar corpora. finely pulverised muscle and blood mixed, the Union Batik, purporting to pledge the ,. declaration of
July 1. 15.000-S30.000) principles, that declarationsof agreed to.Other .
bank the continuance of a rid others composed of muscular fibre and faith : I
lion or during this. of the of Florida
: people are all null and war were not issued against piratf.sTHE !- amendments were offered and

The twenty-second section provides, that :1 itndiposo which 1 found matter interspersed exudation: one portion of VOID. They contend: that the Council had no Bank oj the/ United States, WAY WAS TO CUT AND SLASH ed ; but the Senate adjourned without reject.finish
in the filled oily from
case subscript ons are not issuing ,
up I I power to pledge the faith of the March 3d, 1841. KILL AND SLAY-GIVE NO QUARTERS mg the bill.
caused S
I the people. They
before the first Monday in ;May next, Congress by of the sun. As to the
contend it was .Sir : Above I have the honor to transmit AND SAY NOTHING TO TITEK. 1'hlS Was the The idea was thrown out ki the
declare the law null and void. quantity which probably fell, I could no a I act of USURPATION.: :: This| debate by
may gel broad ground I. to your Excellency a statement of monies way, ne saia, to treat piraies ; and tins was Mr.\ Clay. that (TnnarMa! cihn.M... .,...>....M '
The twenty-third section relates to the:i very satisfactory account, so as to make u covers all three cases of ihe g ---- '''''''r
advanced this Bank f the credit of the reason why no declaration of adjourn the close of
by ( >r the principleswas by this week, sand the
probable statement but that it did Banks above
proceedings to be had, in caseJf a violationof ; fall in mentioned. The Union Bank
: :: the Territory of Florida, which is now due. No issued at Harrisburg. Senate having much executive business to at-
jbhovvcr over above
the charier. mentioned arid in this
space ,
The section I j I that it is animal miLler are t facts part) county make a distinction. They: provision having been made b) the Territorial This in the Senate of the United States tend to, could remain in session some days

twenty-fourth gives Congicss i!I both unquestionedlf object to paying the Pensacola bonds, but Government for this payment of interest This from the leade' of a great party This after the adjournment of the House.
by me- from
th.i President the I my own observation, and :I
to out
or sue
power au i i from the statements of the contend those to their Bank are valid.oJ hey i its securities would have become valueless, if! from a candidate. for tile Presidency a man The house will not, however, fix the day
the before
in it gentleman I
junction ag-iinsi Corporation, case :
: to oii business not allowed| name.!, who are both men of unquestionable: ; would blink the question of power in the I| the Bank had not advanced the funds. I i near three score and ten years of age Con. of adjournment, until the fate of the Fiscal:

attempts the act.-carry Baltimore any Patriot. : veracty.Mr. Council, because it affects their bonds. They would respectfully call the attention of your i gress, we believe, have made an appropriation Corporation Bill is known. The Veto Message

by ; Chandler and his neighbors have >at would the resistance in Excellency to this debt, and request that rarI at this session for a mad house in the is expected to.day or to-morrow. The

The "\VAKULLA," one of the remarkable confidence in the eracity uf his gn put the case of the I Iy arrangements may be made t for its liquidate District-let it be considered as ** funeral session will probably close next Monday,tin
/: boy, who Pensacola bonds
curosii.eiof Middle lorida, H described by i j witnessed the falling of t lie mailer. forbear upon objections applicable I r expenses! ," and for Heaven's sake save the 13lh.

a writer in the Knickerbocker. Alter p s- j any t further comments at present. 1 would h to thuse bonds only. So also with the Life 1 have the honor to be. Senate and the country from the disgrace of In the House, the Committee on Contingejit .

siig: through marshes and wet Immmocksj <| only 1 add, that 1 have sent all the matter I and Trust. Ask them distinctly if the Union I Very respectfully, I having it supposed thai any portion of its Expenses, Statitionery, &c., reported

the visiiing party tit length reached the river : could collect to Dr. Gerard Troost, of Nash-!' Bank bonds arc valid, and they will evade it.t j' Your Excellency's I sound mind, can be represented by such men. that the expenses were extravagant: and

and embarked iu a boat upon its waters. He I I ville, who will, no doubt, exhibit it lo any; Some, it is: true,will tell you they are, and even I:i I Most ob't servant, Pirates," forsooth and what is the plun. wasteful, and ought to be curtailed; but that f

then goes on to say : I person who may call on him, where they that it is infamous"" to deny it but others T. DUNLAP, President. II der of Ihe whole public tomain for the benefit they had no time to devise a system of reduc. i

'** Picture to yourself a RIVER leaping out' I examine: for themselves and ; To His Excellency of stock.jobbers, but a grand scheme of land- lion at this session, and ihey had leave to( report
may :! give t lieIt1i1ha0Puuiui will wait till {
of the caith at a tingle bound, and running | I cause it'_"they, ", e." say you are called on for ROBERT RAYMOND REID, I Ii piracy ? And the robbery of the commerce further at the next session.

otf like mad in a current, a quarter ofa mile i i A correspondent of the Banner l"ea quotes" the I, payment; ** wt are in no danger from them." !i Governor of the Territory of Florida. I II t.fthe South to make up the deficiency- The House took up the report of the Commitlee t

wide, at the rate oi four knots an hour And J I. subjoined passages flout; scientific treatises, The people should be awakened on this sub. What say you to that T It is, however, but I! What is that but piracy on the high seas lAnd Elections adverse to the title of Mr. f
I '
although 'our imagination will come far short .ject. There is danger. I the whig leaders went foith the battle DAVID LEVY, to his delegate from i
breal which certainly! shew the phenomenon to be Any action by the a drop in the bucket. On the 1st of July, to I seat as a
ot the scene, yet it will excite in you possible, but by stripping it of a good of Legislature, short of covering the whole three for this plunder, with no declaration of principles Florida. The Comittee base their conclusion
part $15,00(3( became due and the
more 1st of
something of the wonder with which one actually what made it worth telling : cases, w.ll be puerile and useless. on no avowals of their designs-the had on the gn.und that Mr. Levy is not a citizen

beholds the W AKULLA. "Them They Jan. 815,000 more, making 830,000 more no national colors-the trick of pirates.It of the United States.
are many well authenticated ac. must establish and very
the .
Our first sensations, when we shot. out counts of showers of dust:! and bloody or, as b suds assert principle of the we shall owe in addition to the ab.ive, and is not those who go forth to destroy pirates, Mr. Levy's father removed from the island

from the reeds and bushes which skirt the 1 imagine, reddish rain, have fallen and also i being all null and void. To stop ballI I thus continue $30,000 n year for years to that have no public commissions, no authen. of St. Thomas and settled in Florida in 1821,

margin, were those of gre:t dizziness. of hail/ with earthy or amity( matter contained half way will be folly and worse than folly. come, for the worthless: Pensacola Bank tic papers, no honest flag at the mast-but and was followed by his son some ten years

The water is! so pure and transparently m the stones, and some with green leaves of:'It i will be dishonest. If the bonds and endorsements Bonds. I the robbers themselves, the enemies of the I after. Mr. Levy claims cil'zenship in the

clear that we felt suspended in the air, and forest' trees; all these facts are mere corolla are valid, we should be ashamedto human race with whom disguise and con. right of his father. who be contends, was an
We have also been called
clung to the boat very much HS wo may sup. ties from the theory I Prof.: Zimermaim analyzed I resort to quibbles-if they are not, it is on from another cealment is part of the system of wrongdoing i inhabitant Florida, within the meaning of

pose an zronaut finds himself clinging lieu the sediment of some red rain which trifling. Besides, there is quarter for money, as the following extract ; who by false colors lure honest merchant the treaty of cession,on the 17th June, 1821.
in iiis sublimest: tiighles., The air above you Jell on the 3d of May, 1821! near Geissen, I other bonds. It is rumored will show : ships within their reach, then raise The Committee. however, assume from evidence

is scarcely more t..tiansnarent than the water and found it to contain crome, oxide of iron, I the Lite and Amsterdam, Jayll. 1841. the black flag and in the language of Mr. before them that Mr. Levy's father was

below ; the .thin shadaws of the cloud are wilex, lime, carbon/ and a tl:ace of magnesia, Trust! are trying to get back and surrender up ,\ The undersigned, for themselves and other Clay, U cut and slash, kill and slay-give no not an inhabitant of.Florida, at the time of

thrown a hundred 'feet below you, and spread: but no nickel On the 18ih of August, 1821: their bonds, and consent to have their charter hold ;rs of bonds of the Bank ot Pensacola, quarter and say nothing" to their victims. the change of' flag : but was naturalizedsome

out at the bottom of (he spring ; and the in the city of Mendoza, in Buenos Ayres, altered. It is hoped they may not fail in so 1 guaranteed by the Territory of Florida, having years after ; on that account, Mr. Levy

image of your boat is carried down with perfect dust fell from a black cloud, and at the same doing. But with respect to the Union Bunk !; been refused payment of the interest due Our City, and Corporation.Our addressed the House, and urged a postpone

fidelity, and, with its oars and rudder, time, in another place, distant/ forty. leagues there is not :i sensible, disinterested man in, : the 1st January last, on said bonds, are compelled attention has been drawn, of late, to ment ofthe decision ofthe case till next session

looks like some huge animal crawling with the same phenomena occu I red. this who will : to address themselves to the Govern. the reports, in various city papers, of the when he would be prepared with evi-
community, he is
satisfied '
outstretched legs along the ground. The In Persia>> /near Mount\ Ararat, there fell!, in i, this bank say J ment of f the Territory of Florida ; and from Treasurer of their city corporation, givingthe dance to meet the objections of the Commit'
modest fishes have no sort ot privacy ; and the month of can go on and redeem its circula. their confidence in tho faith of discussed the whole
Anr.l! 1827, a shower of seeds, that Govern. state of the funds-of their and i tee. The question was
what is worse for them, though better for the :lion, keep it ut 'par, and pay i itsceiui.annual''I which indeed ffered expenees, it.
which, in some places, covered the earth to ment, >> the principal in. for what expended how day, and no disposition was made of
fishermen, they have no safety. You can the depth of six inches. Tho sheep ate ofit inlerest i and ultimately its principal. Some! ducement for investing their money in those hand and how money on WASHINGTON' Sept, 8.
watch the hook as it sinks, and can accurately and men made a tolerable bread of it. of the most intelligent, of the Stockholders!!|! securities, they feel'convinced that their sim. much scrip is., In the House, the motion to postpone till

place the tempting bait within an inch ol the The French/ ambassador in Russia obtainedsome admit it cannot. It is feared it bus already 1' ply mentioning the fact of the non-payment sued, and bow much redeemed and laying a nest session the decision of the title of Mr.

innocent not>e. The smallest hilver coin is of this I will be a sufficient stimulus for the Govern. general statement of their doings before the Florida,
: specimens grain, and sent them used up all tho surplus profits we have heard Levy to his seat, as Delegate from
perceptible at tho very bottom, and some say to Paris, where merit of Florida to take immediate public. Is not such .
they were an'.lyzed and examined so often and much measures some statement neces. was agreed to-- yeas 123, nays, 44.
of the coin is discernible but so about, and some Ibl
that. the date ee or
I by M. M. Desfontains and Thenard, for the payment of the interest now due, and sary, and actually: required here ?1
that / did not tee. i and 'determined to be lichens of the t four hundred thousand dollars of its.cajira1. which will further successively become due,
is doubt.
"The through which the river genus Its Everyone in -the Corporationand The Huntsville, Tenn. Advocate, say-
aperture Lecidea. expenses are enormous fof'sOch a Bank ; on, those bonds, and to prevent the repetitionof
rises i is about fifty feet in diameter, the sides "Aerolites! and Moteroic iron arc not the we know of none more extravagant.The irregularities: or demur, so prejudicial to other scrip i i.i fast depreciating, and the a We have received the full vote, not official

being framed of rough and jagged edges of only products of meteors which have fallen t fatuity inducing the despatching of C. F. the interests and credit of the Territory. interest of every citizen demands that something however, of this State for Governor.

lime (une. It is supposed. that the water upon the earth alter explosions. Numerous Mercer, its Cashier, at a ho HOPE CO. should be done. Every one knows that I The several divisions stand thus.

cornea in under those rocks from the north, instances are mentioned of black and red London yy expense, to To the PRESIDENT of Me Legislative the corporation are the looser by the depre.
and think. that it is the outlet of Lake to negociato Bank bonds for three Jones. Polk.
nome dust which his covered Council of the Territory of Florida. ciation and the citizens
great tracts of land; compose tho corpt,
of or four hundred thousand dollars East Tennessee, 17,087 13,810
Jackson, a large body uater that lies a endorsedby
and it is remarkable
that ich dust has ration.
gene And still another : Should not every citizen know how Middle
bout twenty miles( to the north. Nothing been found to contain small hard some thirty or forty Stockholders, sovenl Tennessee, 34,027 23,573

was certainly to be determined by an exam. rally grains resembling angiie.. There angular have of whom, if their d .bis are paid, are worih.,as To Hit Excellency the Governor and the much money is collected-bow collected West Tennessee, 21,285 8,652
Council bow much expended-and for what
Legislative the
ination ii superficial U The of Territory
was ours. of expended
also been cases of the fall of a soft gelatinous little as we are, some of whom wet "''dead
t., shadows cut by the rock were too deep to matter of a red color like coagulated! blood, before their endorsements ; Florida : and have they not a right to know 52,370 49,035,

be pierced by tb eye and all that wo could which have given rise to the stories of the II I I were negotiated, The undersigned, being holders of bonds ofthe These are questions which are not put in a 49,035...

make of it wis a well, about fifty feet in ky having rained blood. Such we cannot account for. W. learnthese* Bank of Pensacola, guaranteed by the other city corporation for they
are I
diameter and a hundred and twenty depth, have not uufrequently accompanied-uppearancus fall bonds were arranged off st,bout S e:ceoUm:, Territory of Florida, beg leave respectfully u regUlarlY. as me.. year cornea round explained Jones's majority. 3,344

pouring forth a flood of the purest water that of stones. On the 15th November, 1755, the dollar. Who pays this 13 centa loss t to represent to you that the interest due lit being asked.OCrTbe without I ",

e, r)1.1.---1. m"' JeA..c. .*_* _' ram of a red color fell, around Ulna( and the I The Bank._ Who, i it' the Bank proves f fnsol. January lut on mid bonds hu not been paid ; _ According the.'Su Lock New Era, the r

.". Dvf Green hM denied the correct Jake of Constance, and 'on the lame day in I vent, as U\will, if it goes on after thU'uwoion,1Jf and! from all the information they can collect, (): Governor of New York has offer. number of counterfeiters t .:who, suffered coder ".
of the that be wrote for the Madiaooian they fear that the bank of Pensacola b not in the bloody code of Lynch,.was from fifty
Den report Russia and :Sw deo. _.Tbe'red water was of the faith bonds? lire valid,'the people of the ed a reward of(750 for discovery of the I '
; a condition to it the It the (
future five.
acid pay or interestthat to seventy gives namesjftberofferert. eip
newspaper. an taste front the ;
presence of j Territory. How long can the bnk ftaad will become due. It becomes, therefore murderers of Mary C. Rogers .


-V. -

I ,. :: : 'i. i = : :

,, : ... ...: f
TerriKMimI ..ce...., of thirty militant oC property, and now'. com Moat BoujfDAftv TROUBLE'-:GKKAT Ex- -, -, ,- L. L LJ'.fh
fteft.A *
> *
We learn that letters have been received ing into court claira.ng damages against a CITXMENT.-Tfcfc.augor;, (Me.. ) Whig contains LL PERSONS,.tun*?'fawitwWafa&rth A tnYjjiiwt-tsr:

from Washington, stating the removal of our newspaper for 100000. This beat cock. an article (roan the WOOd tOIr& (N.B4)) .L: ontiay, oolin tof,tduaf wttfcia' lbs tnclo-

worthy and eicellent Secretary, lodge J/c 'I fighting. _ Telegraph, from'which wfd feira?, that great''i .any sates pert'.\be sfth.p1eatzti,5underaIltY 8cTber' ,' ('bI.1b:(1M..of....the,.. E tJEn 1 .-oittJ!,
excitement in the neighborhood .
Cents; and The appointment of Mr. Dwal, i' United State Bank, l porl.-The Gaz. the boundary prevails line in of the ofj .Jaw; J"' CROOM, "AUCTIOIfEEB:.AND COMMISSIONMERCHANT. .
son of the Er.Governor: in his place ; and cue says :-It is dated the 4th inst. and enumerates proceedingsofthe American consequence party of explo .ei$8. .1Byfl.J Gaakinc. "
The JS) 1
of description. nks.
tbd Mr. Brockenlorough has been nude property every ration. The Telegraph says: FOLLOWING HANKS CAUTION. ,
stocks set are already J. .tctr
not previously as THE
following apart
Judge of this District and Mr. Carmack of abroad 'We have, been informed that they are band at the Office of the Floridian and THE public are hereby cautioned against rare Tf '
J! security fur debts here or are vet the proprietor ie weekly makinseeessioai.: to the a eertaia.pronieaoty Dot. ca de pay* AUCTIONEER: ,.3kBOSE.BT _
the Apalachirols District. This is line East of the old boundary -
probablytrue running a new
down in a schedule to the assignment, but are Stock so that ins few weekuhe' will have the abfiby -.ariben., to Ambrose Cnn., late or AND COMMIS3IOPT
in part. not assigned, being held almost valueless : cutting down and leaving a space of from most complete assortment ever offered St. Mark*,(and now, hi Trsaa.) Said note warn 1 MEKA. 0"

Cumberland Railroad, 4052 shares 1 forty to eighty feet wide, and marking the In Florida. give fur $t94 43-i,and ia supposed to hays an SALE DAYS-Wediusdsyt, I *.
,.. 4. Strange that such difference there should be ; United State Boundary Line. The angle Juk'ices Summons. .for this and any ConnlrGrand endowment of 9100'00 on iU Tho note being I I
Twin tweedledum and twerdledee. Franklin" Railroad! JW>20 shares'!; Somerset j I .e --# ---# dated I9th April 1838 at six month..and Iforiee : i
.. formed this direction of the line- is I Snb"b payable I I 1TRAYflD.SloI.s1.B1aekwwoud's Flan-
.' The following queries from a writer in and Cumberland TurnpIKe, 4uuu. snaies; I by new Jury Simmons the tame has bag since been paid by ae in _ttle.inset I' I'

Madison are appropriate at this time,j Sunbury and Erie Railroad, 5223 shares; said to be so great that several extensive 8nbpe-a. m of account with said Crane and sept entecl 'of tubs near Tallahassee b ,** or .&4 .
resvbaxinf ,
I clearings to farmers in the .* to be lost mudaid the time therefore Jallat'a'Bl
Johnston and Ligonier Turnpike, 200 shares I belonging our RerograzaneeaDecUrai or at ; we re* of pr
the ; with fros 1
and unanswerable by us, and by all ,tDri.Z grey age; -
are Wrightsville, York and Gettysburg Railroad back settlements have been taken in and in. ior<-Ptye 'yaif alt.r Turne to P.lh came, but understanding that said hands hip. slightly mirked.with laroeeeaarfla
Conservatives or Whigs we have seen on the I Endorser' Maker note has .in fell into the band of his son Alexander '
eluded as American We have rather .condition. i
A liberal to
propeity. poor win
200 shares Warren and Franklin
; Turnpike, P.W. Crane, and offered forsale,calls forth nwa
subject. The Star he is a national heard of several farms loosing from fifty to Bearer n Maker i for his return tth.F1antaios.' :
says 600 shares Warren 600 O
; Turnpike, shares; EnJorseo v*. Maker i thi. notice. HOLT & MILLER. MonUoolIo. 11.

Whig, (although he once pronounced Harrison .< Washington and Pittoburg Turnpike, 300 on. hundred acres, and one in particular, for Admiuirtrator or Admi'trix: ,, SLJfa.-ka.Aog.l4, 1841. .3lfPnblie Tallahassee Au,. .THOS. JE..BEL_ ;

an "old granny," and said he would i shares; Rosebuig and Mercer Turnpike, 200 I wr have been informed, had been entirely Money Count, Gen. 3ar. Notice. ;
:: included in the State of Maine, ar.d an idem Pleas R. d., BEBHABD'9
not) go for him,") and a Florida Conserva- i shares; Philadelphia Railroad, 30 shares; Executions I SEALED PROPOSALS will b received by Remedy fo Dysentery, Diarrkaa, S f,
held out that those must become American .
Put ? We Union Canal.. 134 shares :, Erie Salt Com i persons Bonds onlil the 30th Sept. inst. for
tive. why soliloquize appeal I Colics, Cramp end
', ,pany, 25 shares; Wilham. ort Bridge Com I lubjt"ctsvhicb has caused an unusual Appeal Bonds the following work, to be done on the Lib Hou to the editor for an explanation. degree of excitement." Deeds in the Harbor of St. Marks end the ke n residence I rmpl.in. tbie M
pHny 300 shares; Monongahelu Navigation proved a certain remedy, both to children and
4' For Berthelot we hue pledgrd l our. Checks Union Bank necessary to protect those buildings from
on .
The it would not be adulta. NnmcroM
Company 1000 shares. same paper says sur. t are given
smell bad ,: Check Booka Union P auk the washing of thu tides, and to put the buildingsin lmoaiar it
to on
selves. Whiggcry seems which be
efficacy, Medicine iesold.
if should lake At.
prising collision place. may
| Iany enquiries were made yesterday as a Bill a thorough staid repair.: fl wle. "
of Ladug, and small '
here as it seems to have smelt in Tallahassee, have been made Io interfereand L hundred and Prepared by Robert r jd, Norfolk. ,Va.
to the already A
I probable effect of this assignment<< up. tempts Notices to Endorser of Protested Note Breakwater two twenty For sale in Tailahasse, _
abandoned their and took by .
when they name I on the value of the stock, and of the notes prevent the Commissioners from proceeding And few of tome other kinds, that are nearlyall even feet long, to be built of aolid atone maaenry, _,4 D.. H. AMES.' ,
the more equivocal one of Conservative. By of the institution. On this subject, specula. $ and it is probable that befote they run out. but trill be renewcd in a few weeka.wp laid in lime mortar,to b soak four feet below the
th by, can you tell precisely what is a Con. reach St. John will be to dosisl. 18. 1841. aurface. more or lew. a* the superintendent mar JUST received on eonaignaent, sad for .1 ,
'i hon :is useless. Facts must be looked to and they obliged think ; to be raised eighteen inches abovethe sale- \
servative in Florida tVhat the difference is I j I, yesterday stock sold at seven and a halt dol. Major General Sir Jeremiah Dick-on. Notice. I surface necessary or mound or rise on which the building 5 barel Whiskey ; '
between that and Whig And how long! K. C. Commander of the Forces and ELECTION for four members of the Leg. stands common Gin ; '
the of wall of
lars per share, and the notes were at 35 per AN ; rear the to b shells, and I. 90 ;:
they will sail under those colors' T It is a I cent. discount. We have heard that better Staff, accompanied by Colonel Biizalgatte, ielalive Council for ihe County of Leon, I grouted with lime and aand,co aa to make it of a qr. pipe Holland Gin;
and one Senator for the Middlu District of Florida, 1.2 -
calculation that, I am sure, will laugh at fig.I Q. !M. G. had arrived Woodstock solid consistency. 10 Cogaiac Brandy Aawif elto
at .
than this orght" to be expi-ctcd ; but we forbear will he held on the SECOND MONDAY IN OCTOBER 3d. House brand n
The exterior of the Light to be ;
tires, and must therefore find a solution in the I remarks, as s\ e are not aware that vre proceeded immediately to Grand Falls. NEXT al Hit following places and un pa IPX! in the following manner. The joints. to re be 25 barrels Water Cracker : .

: sciences of Hocus poctU and legerdemain, in : have any information not generally possessed. j! der the 5U perin teAdar.ce of the following persons, cut out one-half inch deep, and the whole to be 300 smcka .Il E. W. DORSEY.

which some of the:'yclept Conservatives may I I I VETOES BY THE PRESIDENT.-The exercise io wit: rouf brast, with the beat cement, made of North.era Au.2O.1841. .

claim some proficiency. I should be en. ', Correspondence of the Savannah Georgian. of I ihc Veto power is not an innovationas 1. In Si. Marki. at the h use of P. H. Swaiin. Lime, and diamond sand,to b procured above e AND
-Innpector*. F. B. Whiting, Amos M. Alexander STRAG
lightened on the subject. if you could prevail EAST FLORIDA, Sept. 1st, 1841. many pretend. Washington resorted to and Jonathan- Vail. tide water; ihe stone pavement on the top of Ihe COlJl8810l .

on some of the Conservative candidates to define The expedition to the Wahoo Swamp un. I it twice-Madison! four times-Monroe once, 2. At CuiIhert'sStore. Shell Point Inspectors. Light House to be repaired, and climped with AT PORT Bt8Il>LEON. '
lion the frauieof the lobe
their species, and let us know to whdt j der Lt. Wessels, 2d Infantry, has returned to I and Jackson five times. It was exercised.By -Capt. John Myrick, William Walker, and Eli- ; the copper; of the dome to lantern betaken
S family they belong.' It is not presumable that Fort King. He f found that the Indians, in GEN. WASHINGTON' April 5, 1792. aha Window. /_ replaced if found to be on more minute DANIEL ines in entiaultc"From
necessary braeh.
3. In the
they arc amphibious." II search of horn he was sent, had abandoned do. March 1, 1797. -Robert Tallahassee B. Kcrr, Wf:11.CourtJouce.C. Campbell; Inspectors and inspection, and if the substitution of new copper ia l log experience and general with

------ that district of country, and had probable / MADISON, Feb. 21, 1811. David M. Sheffield. : not deemed necessary, the old copper to b resol- .m.solicits a share of pat.onage,
We cut the following from a Mississippi dered in joiof, se to it (tOlD leak P t ,
I gone South. One small field of corn was do. 28, 4. Al Byrd & Pariah's Slort, Miccoaukie. Inspector every a prevent Leon.Aug8,1341 _ ,

piper, but think it will, and ought to be! read destroyed by the command. Very few of I!, do. Nov. 6, 1812. *.-Humphrey D Miller, Kidder j4. Moore ing.3d.. The keepers house te be reihingled. on tho NOTICE. 1

by C'CfPO. :1t Master in Florida. Can the even your leaders can form any thing like a do. Jan. 20, 1851. and John Devane. north lid< and the plastering to b repaired.All weeks after date I shall apply the Hon ,
6. At R*>aben Manning' Store. SIX t
Post Master at China Hill tell who has taken correct idea of the fatigue and privations en. MoNROK, May 4 1822. Joseph W. Bannerman,James R. Nicks Inspectors.and John : of the above work to be completed within of the County Court of La County
lured bv the that have keul the field three months 'from the taking of the contract. for letters of adminislration the of Danitl .
a Flondian from the office, that has been I troons JACKSON. !May 31. 1831. U.S.ichee. o .
sent For further L). F. Wilson
particulars, apply to Col. 1 1 Read, deceased late a soldier in A. Roberts
to a subscriber for two years without his get. this f um ncr. There!; is a vast difference between do. Dec. 7, 1831. 6. At Ralph RoiemtnV In pcctors.: -George. i of Tallahassee.It Company of Florida Briga>le. C.p.

riding in the sun, with tim thermome. do. July 10, 1832. Mo iroeJames. hut and Noah McElry.WM. I is expected none other thin compelnn-! C. HALL.
ting them, certain it is, no noti<'c of discon. GIBSON, tha c
ter at 130 deg. drink ng' only milk warm do. 1834. mechanics will in proposal, .il will be ret Ang.28.1C41.
tinuance has been received here, within a and salt aep 10. 1811. Judge. quired that the work shall executed ihrougbou,
water, junk-and
taking Madisonian.
xcar and a half. Where have they gone t01? afternoon siesta, at \iliberger's, after an your iced LLpcrsona Take indebted 1otIce.A to tht .Subscriber eitherby I I and every of branch the Lest of materials it, in the and mOt unless faithful ao executed manner, DRS. J. S. ROBINSON, & ,.. H. POPE.HAVING ')

Liabilities of those vho tale News-Papers. julep. But such is a soldier's luck-and as DEATH OF HON. GIDEON LEE.-Gideon note or account, are requested to malLp.IM.IEDIATE' it will not be received. Bond, with sufficient se. ..oi.ltd themselves' in the prac

The law 19, and so the courts decide, that a you, have made trial of his fare, take my advice Lee, Esq., well known and generally esteemed PA Y. t"T.; No further indul- entity, will b required for tie duo execution of Medicine over their prutVwional .

ner:,oti to whom a paper is i sent, is responsible and rest contented: with your easy chairit in New York, died on Saturday last, pence cannot be erantrd. R. L. EDMONDS. the Cfntrtet.Sealed services to the peopled* Tallahassee, and adjacent .

lor the payment, if he receive the paper, or is far preferable to the exposed root of a at his residence on Seneca Lake, New Geneva __ IJin.-ye Sept. 10, 1841. 7 3l proposals for the above work, may be country. /* .
make of i it in the 64th of his He Notice. let with M. S 't. Jr.. at Port Leon. before the aiTheir office it a their Drag Store,
use -even though he never subscribed greasy old pine, piping and frying under the year age. was '
day Tallehasv.e.Aug.S,1841. 5tf
persons indebted: to the Estate of Dennis abe ( R. W. ALSTON
for. it. His duty in hucli case, is not heat of a Florida sun. Yours, &c an Hector Jackson and of Harrison, member ALL.- deceased, are requested<< 'o make imme. "P .pcacifld Collector of St. Marks.To .' _

to take the paper from thc office or place of the Legislature, representative in Con. I diate payment and lnc n having d.tn.rd. against Arthur NOTICE. *

:' where is left, but to notify the publisher that EAST FLORIDA, Sept. 5, 1841. gres, for several years a member of the the Estate will please! prcccnt them duly authenticated TAKE F. Holmes, Esq. ALL persona having demand against the e
Common Council and of New within the lime prescribed by law. NOTICE, of Tliom B. CLuke deceased,are here
( lie does not wish for it. If are sent Dear Sir-The gratifying intelligence has once Mayor
paper CHIUST1NA E. t-HEA, al the Fall Term of tho by required to present the..m to the .ubicrberfor
,f to a post office. store, tavern, or other place been communicated from Tampa Bay, that York city. Mr. Lee has died in the possession ___rep 10 7 Administratrix. TAT for Jefferson County to he Superior held fort settlement within the time prescribed by law.-

and are not taken by the person to whom they the gallant commander of Florida, Colonel of a large fortune, accumulated solely by Union Bank of Florida .e prt.eotYe. I ahalf, as the Executor of the And all persons indebte to said estate, are requested

nre sent, the postmaster, store or tave-n keeper Worth, on the 27th ult. seized Hospttarka, a his own industry ai d enterprise. The stores '[asTOTICK. : is hereby given to the Stockholder* last Wi and Testament of Elizabeth Holmes io make : payment-

I &c. is responsible for the payment unless chief of importance, among the Everglades, of the leather dealers in the swamp were 1. of this Bank; that such shares of Stock aa ask the Judges of said Court for a MARY Exetr'x ANN of T CLARKE ,

lie immediately, gives n< tice, to the publisher'I' and Spanish Indians at Pease Creek. Fifteen I dosed in respect to his memory. may tw delinquent in payment of interest upon judgment of foreclosure of a certain mortgage, TallahasiieAug.28. Clak de..c. j
stock Noleioii the find Weduenday in next month executed by you on the ?lf day of November, 5. !
: that they tire not taken from the office or of llospitarka's warriors! were taken at (October,) will be advertised to be sold two w. eks 1827, and duly admitted to record in Ihf Clerk'. HAMILTON SUEKIFF'S SALE.

:! |place" they are sent." II the same time, including three eub-chie/s./ Boston and Worcester Rail.Road.-\Ve thercdfti Offiie of the County Court of Jet ron. by which .
&! ILL be sold before the Court
learn from the report of the directors, sub B the said mortgage to said Elizcbrth H.\11 door :
1 Five of the warriors were sent out after the ) order ol Board of Director you conveyed in the of
Ferment in the. colored V lawn Jasper, Haoihlon
at Ncic Holme, .ttavc mentioned county !
eighteen in
I IlJedJQrd.Wc I balance of the tnbe. numbering three hundred. milted to the stockholders at their annual JOHN G. GAMBLE, Slid deed on the'
learn from the ep8,1911.J 7 tl-USO Pre..'t. for the purpose of securing the payment of the
Transcript ,: meeting on the 7th ins'ant, that the receipts of *
bo i.i Fort Desnaud Caloosa Fourth Saturday 1
; to : at on sum of ni thousand threo hundred dollar i Seb.next,
that there was cmisiJerable excitement inNew : hatchie, cm the eleventh of this mouth. This the \'e.\r 1840 amounted to $267,547, and Strayed or Stolen. the said ElizaLeth Holmes, on or before the by ,jouIo Jst between the usual: bourn of .Je, th west half of

Bedford : the expenditures io 8140.441. The receiptsof hue lost at Tallahssnee on Saturday 5n of day of Januar 1830. the N, E. of 7
0:1 section
Tuesday, growing! out of i m an t important haul ; another like it, and tLe I ] Yours quarter Township I. Range 1
the I t! the first five months of ihe present year, Sepl"mber. a light Chisnut Horse, wh f ite ISAAC E. HOLMES. 14, N. & E.levied uson as the property of
following circumstances Indians will cease to be in Florida.A IblbwntirYln
: hi. lip
: fsceoni white hind loot' Or. his rIght a
31 amounted TallahasseeFlorida, August 24lh, 1841. iliculer, lo execnlioo issued fru
II appears that there was, or i its to be an : recent boat expedition has returned fromscouring ending May to 8107,464. few while hair. on the iHl hip galded by the liar. Sep 4 3 eow2m County County,on a Bond given -
which is about 14,000 more than the revenue ner!. The slid: horse will rack, ennler, gallop or
the Johns
Abolition c invention or meeting! uf tome sort up St. which was thoroughly by the said Mather Mickler for the support of
:' of Xutitiickut, and number clf examined us! high as L ,ke Jesup- for the same period last year.A trot well under the ssddlc- Any person th.tt will flMhe Undersigned having purJL the illegitimate child of Etenor Miekter. the said
a large blacks '
deliver the said horse Io mo al ilMiassce. will chased the entire pluck of M. Mickler, being the reputed of the said
r went on board the Meap. boat Tele raph to no recent Indian signs discovered. young lady appeard at the jail in Ded be well paid for their lr"ul>le. A Drugs, .Medicines, Jfc.lely illegitimate child. This being the fa'be.second yearly

l take passage for the inland, bt.th insistedonoccup.ing : To all this gooJ.! news, I must add the BILLINGS BRADLEY. due on the said bend, there
) : ham, Mass., last week with a certihcate owned by Dr.R. I... Baker, of this payment hating benon.
I the Cdbi.i aiid mi King mdiscrim-! mortifying intelligence: that on tie! 3d inst. from the town clerk of the marriace bans. Sept. I 1841. 7 I cilv. rcsoectful'v!' inform u their_ .fri_. -nr4.__ _... .Davment maJa on the same

Mutely ttn tIt white p.obc.igers.: Captain!! about noon, as four citizens were going from and requested to be united to her loer'ho Notice. tlhe public, llul they have done so with a ProPr1 pointed. out by Daniel Bell security on .

Phiutiey in a very ge.itlt-rna'ily ina'iner i.i. ;Micaiiupy Wacahoota, and about three or shut for debt. The persons hiving demand. against the es- of establishing a PU.E5 MSIXESS JOHN G. SMITH.
P was was ALL
up ceremony under the firm of Sheriff Hamilton Co.
formed that it f miles from the former firedon te of Almus AU deceased, ItO hereby requiruH &ROBINSON
wns to the .ur they were
>contrary regulations JOHN WHILST Lows
and the Guardian
legally perforrred 'bonnie lassie' went in present the same to the subscriber for ellietnenl respectfully solicit a share ,f patronage. In"addi. ,
of the beat, lliat a place was set fur by a pirty of tweii.y: Indians. Turee tion to the for said child.
apart ; on her way rejoicing. In less than an hour within the limn prescribed by law. And fO. on I..d, ttY will receive iel1timit
:: colored people, and they mjst limit them. : were killed, named Daniels, Harrold and i the prisoner bridegroom was set at liberty all p TKon.. indebted to said estate; are rcqueatod to iy the frt arrivals 'Irom YOlk. a further sup. Aug.21,

5Cht's to that part of the boat. This led to Je'inhgs.: The (maps were immediately on his debt having been fully satisfied doubtlessby I make immediate: noyment. ply of Drugs, lognher with a general aworl- ALBERT
lJ; usoleiice: from some of the negroes, and they the trail. and followed it until night when, hi" brio1*. That is what we call marrying i .'.11 FLAGGI Adm'r. inent ofFANCY ARTICLES .LEXNDER

J: expr bbed their determination to have free ac. .1 singular to I say, it came out precisely at the to some advantage.OBITUAHV.. Sept. 1l.1R41.-8w 7 GARDEN,SEEDS PAINTS, OILS AD

f cess to thc cabin. Capt. Pjiiiiticy remon. s.imeplicc) they started from, !Martin's\ Poi lit. NOTICE. General Commission
and silt other srtjcles
,,j titrated with them, but: fi.iding renunstrancef : Pursuit was renewed yesterday morning, at.d.iv I SIX .WEf.K8er. dale. I will apply! to the :*, which they propose u>ually to kepi sell!!in low such for establishmen' CASH. Port J 1ert .

f t in vain, at last took a bold stand and declared: 1'ght, and great hopes are entertained the Died in tin-ciiy--, of-the----prevailing fever on the Letter* of. Judge Admiiiidrifion oftb County on the Court Estate: of Lmn of,the for or.on.credit? pui.ctual CUt .mers. March ]3 IBJ-r 33'

Hut the IKUI j-ln.uld not go unless the lie. murderous rascals will vet be caught and I5tl met. MtucKMMi HARRIS. WE>TCOTT, daughter late Joseph Crane, daeaacd, of "..id County.G. AI! articles aold by us ,warranted free On Cons'pleD

':. groes would conform to the legulations.: The punished. Your, truly. of J. 1). \Venlcoll, Jr., Liq., aged 4 year and 2 G. HOLT. I and genuine. JOHN H- POPE, AND for sale .pend.d awartment o '
f- that !t.outlia.. I St. Marks 1st September, 1841. J. S. ROBI bON. DAHLIX GardenN
consequence was the boat remained __ _
) consider.ible) time I The revenuecuiters Jefferson, Madison In Milleilrevillr, al the residence of his brother, Taltah&uneAug.-- 13 1841. 3tf Yorkconsistingolevery variety and colour. They
beyond the hour for her de. NOTICE.SIX wero
in fine
I and Van Buren have !been transferred the (;1)1. T/iornj/ Hayne. on the morning of Sunday Administrator's Notice* put up order and are warranted to
; narture, till at last most of the colored ladies to list Dr. CHARLES EATON llAT.Nca of WEEKS aft Fprta. for. THE
;! *n&gentlemen, fi-id!, ng that they could not go I Navy I Department, and will be employd on mi-fly a RrprcenUlivn f,r several in the !j'I of the Comty Court of Leon County, % (. Of tl.,. estate of John F. ALBERT R. ALEXANDER.
the roast! of Florida with the year (fur Litter* of Adini.ii'tnlion' de bums Ih Kat' late of Leon' Port Leen. March 1841-tf ,
on their co operating: I Con of the United Stales from I non. (>n kler. County deceased,
own terms, consented to o cupIhclr ;;n-M llui Stale. !, request 13 3
"'. proper place, and the boat blurted the land forces in the suppression of Indian hose lug icmains were conveyed Io Sparta for inter Estate of Copt. John Shaw, litr of aid County, all persons indebted to the laid estate to call and settle Notice. -
tain cup. tilitk-s. ment. A largo family and numeiout frirndx, are deceased. LEVI CARLTON. immediately, and tl'oa holding claims against T lIE subscriber would inform all thoee
t declaring previously that if of the I i Sep4.1B41 :3 I 6wNOTICE. the mdebte
estate to
any them to him either
The Jefferson is now at Mobile. Officers left to mouin al their aad bereavement.-Journal. present duly authenticated, as by notes, account, or
'I negroes attempted to infringe upon the regulations : the !Jaw dircrla. sit, that he will rci.e payment for the namp,
he would Lieut. Com. Wm. L. Herndon; Passed Assistant JOHN W. LAVINUS madef.rtiwjth.and allow .me
immediately put back, or put Marine Subscribers having obtained Letters of Adm'r 6vepercnt premiumon
: them ashore at the first stopping ['dace." Surgeon D. Harlan; Passed Midship -_ List-Port Leon. THE on the Estate of Henjmnin TalaAut. 21.I 4. 8 \ bills of the UIIIJD. Bank of Florida; or SODtrllF

men G. H. Preble, W. Shields, C. Deas. i REPORTED BY X. SCOTT, JR., DEP. COL.ARRIVED" C. Dean, request all perrons indebted to tie said Talluhassee, July 12th, 1841'N ;-- Life Insurance and Trust Company. After the

j j For tlie Floridian. (On arri.ving at Indian Key, Lieut. Herndon Estate, to come forward and! settle their accounts my absence from the Territory I have- ap 10th of April next, all hi. claims will D placed.

Awful will deliver the Jefferson to Lieut. Com. immediately; and 'e.. having demands againstthe pitted Judge Augustus Steele of Tamp. for will collection.Ue in the hands (f an attorney,, who <
r Catastrophe : : I E:ttl- will them within authorised to receive said bilb at the
J'j present the lime Bay, aell Those dc irou of same
I Rodgers and the command of prescribed purchawng
:. The epir.t of the temperance cause i ii* tak.P .. !< assume Sept. J II.-Sch r. Cuduroui, iflom Kcw York ; by law, properly adjusted portions ot my Land, will apply to him. rate*,until the return day.
:'h. ing Urge strides in the 8c1lr. Wave, iow there.) niJze. to LCVI All FORM
CARLTON heretofore ALE.
community, and soon. | I sundries.MEMORANDA. given by me to others DUAL
er or later will work out a reformation j The Madison i is at New York. Officers: : Sept. 4. 1841. 4w have pwer are rull and void from the 14th March 26. J8I-tr 3

amongBt! our police: officers. great j Passed Midshipman W. L. Dravt n, Acting The !lug Suquehaniia. Bancroft, "at up onthn Flour. Sept.mbr, I 1836. RICH'D. S. HACKLEY "Win. C. ll.1.EB9
820 is \
P no small 4'h nit. at N. Y. for St. Mark\ BOOB. July 2m 51 "
go for one days drunk. Lieut. Com'dt.; Passed Midshipman H. Cad. BBLS. SWEET, at private sale l 1 COAI\ISSIU MERCHANT.
1 : FANCHET.VETO Brit MnroiCM Wood,ide, cleared at New York, I o >yep4 1
I walader, J. D. Todd and J. Q. Adams. In Sept for St.Mark.. MY .. :3 EDWIN V.'. DORSEY. Light Carriages Cheap for Cash. Co.e St J

I.1 MKETIAGS.-The National Intel-!!: The Van Buren is at Baltimore. Officers: Sclir. Pantaloon, Webster, arrived al Baltimore I 7 Bale Rope. C HARIOTEES hirnesa, BAROUCHES & BUGGYSwith NEW .

gencer refuses, w i ith its usual affectation, to 1 Lieut. Com J. B. Marchaud; Passed Assistant from Port Leon, Xlh) ult. I 00 COILS, eIPccte 1 daily per schooner style, and for Bale at complete the audio got i up nd commission in superior. GoeDbefer dfc Davjes, .

f; publish) the proceedings throughout the coun. j Surgeon V: L. Godon; Paused< Midship. I Cordor., .nd will be sold low at private 'store of R. J HACKLEY. BERCHA I

try,condemning the late Veto-thus holding men H. H. Wise, R Riell. A. Murray,; Mid. I"r: W. are authonted to announce WM. H. : sale, to close the consignment, by Feb. 27. 1841. 3UfFOR"8.LE.l ORLEfNS; ,
r out(the idea that all such I shipman George W. iVALKEK as a candidate. fur the office Colonel i' pep 4 3 EDWIN I). DORSEY. REFERENCES.-H.BondE.q. ',
meetings are one Fifty Saw Brain Messrs.Batten & Fisher. .
wa). This is an obvious falsification of the Officers ordered to the schooner Flirt : of lion the of 7 Col.ill Uegiment S. N. Daniel.Kcffimcutal, occasioned. \\ty the resigna. SALT.SACKS ,, sate byBETTON M Kerr& K.irkny,

!truth. For one public meeting held condemning Lieut. Comd't. J. T. MoLaughlan at New 300 in store and for sale low.t Jk FISHER. Tallahaaeee.

the Veto, there have York Passed J. C. C. Order I private sale bysep Aug.28._5tf Messra. M.Iyneux. Wilherby. ". ,
been a dozen held ; Midshipmen Henry, 4 3 EDWIN. DORSEY.Whisker. It UN A WA 8. March23, h40. Co.L'erp
approving it. In New York there have St. Geo. Xohmd, T. B. Huger, J. Rutledge; HEAD QUARTERS, .. .1
been dozen held Midsh'Dman! T. McLanahan. 7th Regiment Florida Militia, I '. 8 HI: HF City Marshal and other Con TIlE AJ>EL4 UI

'VL .L__ approving. it. In New TAw.AHAuaEllth Sep. 1841. BBLS. RECTIFIED in JL stables_ in Tallahassee, will be TAI.f AM. ..O HOTEL' .
ovI*, Lnere UIlve been six meetings, from These vessels are all ready for sea, and officers commanding the several Military 1 00 for aale low store and pleased to look out for a Negro Man - .
THE at private sale THE
b Sew v York city to Buffal, aU approving the under the control of their young and enter. of the Regiment, will forthwith st-p4 :3 I EDWIN W. DORSEY, by Billy, who let my plantation Dear Quincy friends and Subscriber .e notice to ,b

eto. TU.lig., here dare not call a prising officers, will render efficient aid in pioceed to hold an election for Colonel, occasioned on Wednesday last. He ia a very a Wished HO'lEL.patrtos of this .
Gin. brack fellow, tall thin that tt.
by the resignation of Col. Shelman N. ( thick
*eetmc to disapprove it. ferreting out the Indians. and t ac. Ii. balliDr
We Army Nary have been
defy all the and inclined knock
Daniels. The sid Election will be held and o BBLS. in store, and fur sale at private to kateed-had recently, FED
Powers of Wall street to venture upon audi' Chronicle. conducted Under the suieiintendance| of three.I I ".U sale, 10'b, black broad cloath Coat, a small bUck cloth Cap A SUPEH10RSTYLE ta.mr.r..hu.

a step. We only wisb they would try it. ,persons, to be appointed by the officer commanding I eep.4 8 EDWIN W. DORSEY. and cotton Pa.uaO.I log beD complete order and
The Yellow Fever in U off that ibe House h.been reopened ( the .
Maine.The Portsmouth the respective precincts. The election will| be : bJiue went with a Negro man bo. o sec.modationofREGULAR
Extraordinary Libel uil. by the United N. H. Gazette of the 30th ult. slricll/' conducted, agreeable to Rules filling I II NOTICE. s a Johnson, 13 mike.from this place, BOARDERS&TRAY.
Statu.-The United :) say'"tbe I vacancies." kid up my aUence from Tallahassee my named Rippon. Billy baa a sister living at Gen. ELLERS, and that every at.atio will be,paid '
&ates: Bunk, the old ycUow fever is raging at Bath Me. as down in Dural's Compilation i DURING
( ) I JAMES SCOTT, 'u authorited to act as Samuel who works to their efrL and 1 he
IDonllter of the Laws of either at home cOD"ceo Adeli.ni.
the harlot Florida, 8tM |13 and Parkhi' or
c. 397 96.
among: the nations, has There have been fourteen cases, nine of ,Mgea my ,Awful attorney, and who will also be prepared on hi. AAfi The Overseen has a great Ro., Bed Roonia and
Actually commenced a libel suit the which have P. KKRK ceive ders in line of bOlinfaDd upon I Parlors attached and can
against proved fatal. We understand .ep 18 8 Lt. Col! Gmi'f Keg'l.Draff triO any o our th0lt. du ..Uto look oot for the above accommodate latuile
Journal Commerce, laying the damages at that the stores and public houses are closed, i fully competes to execute all kind of Negroes, who. there U no doubt, are harbored by in the mot com fort ah Jo manner. .

oat hundred thousand dollar,. and business suspended for the and IUedJc.IDes.: : PLASTERINGin WiiHiny,BiU]'. aialer, who are not only dangerous The Subscriber will tk f'wr,1lte neresnr ie '
present. have hia table .
The suit!is instituted by the two JUST RECEIVED |*r .chr Coidorua, a fresh the neatest and most workmanlike style, with but rogues. always supplied with t..
&gentt of the bank! here but Principal The Democratic State Convention, which of artirUs m the Drug Lia>e, makirg promptness and despatch.' Should the above Nogrnee not be in or about very BEST PROVISIONS that can k* ..'
the la in the Hie Bar
M Jourw4"bever lbs will be
now OD band Tallahassee ilia than country. furnkn tt
aid assembled very complete-all of ANDREW SCOTT. more that they will w
at probable
any thing, but what ...s compli. WorcesterWednesday surpass which are warranted of the best quaritiea For AUf' 28. 5-6w endeavor to get back io by the of .lUOst choice WINE and LIQUORS etd- .4
entary| to their financial talent, the form of ed all anticipations in the number of dele sale at the old stand of Randolph Lewie.f Flint River and HawkiD..U1
Prosecution is a mere pretext to cover gates present. Not less than twenty Jive hundred ? 18 ft; D. H. AMES. ..Bntidyspeptic.dntibilious\ Pill I Jmug O the rod, H..k.nm. atop the keeper.Hie .
other some sound democrats fBCPAKCD: runaway Billy, aad lodge chur will b. aa Iho tines
purpose. George Grwwold and Rich. true were on the gound Executor's Notice. : BY hi. .n Jail e that will mrt

i ard Al-op have always been represented in represej.ting every section of the common WILLIAM BOOTH, I.te of Ker West. hi,. C. E. HAYNES' M. D. he will can be pain.b had J anal a teaaoMble M. A. ARMS compe IE AD.Mttoo With. or*aeaurancre o W.pit scrvt "

*Journal" u astute financiers-and wealth.-Boston Statesman.PAK a Nuncupative Will, aid appointed Sparta Georgia. Aug. 5-3w the public in I.i. .O respenfuii 1 ,. f
wnng made as F. A. Brown Executor thereof nptto ia j je atlyeUbrald I pills, which are win I soliciu a share rf the ,'fl". old frieusk .
Course there,money by operations. Of OI' M AWWOBH'EVE K ETT.-The Globe hereby t- ven to the widow aid next .T kin of the THESE meir way to, preeminent popularity, For Sale or item. of the Establishment.and the 8"atry lh feoefally. '<

that can be no libel in representing gives chapter And verse chewing that Mr. aid William Booth deee&Md, that on the 15th are aoked..t6 all cases rrquTring either mild aperi A_ HANDSOME, TWO-STORY JAMES W.8UERWOOPjg SS

a mao has made 0200,000, more or le.e Everett in his electioneering, correspondence dy of November next, th. aId Will will be admitted tnt or actin ckthartte ipediciite prepared by one STORE... ,8.8CARIiROUGflprsj .

it by kKT"Llo- a Pure morals in trade. with the Massachusetts Abolitionists, doctor. to Probate,before Ibe Judge of the County of the.okJoti phyaieie f ra tile rauthera country- a: : 'FAME r.a.near the eam.11.ctua T.lah. AtI.. 11. 3 ,.
Court of Monroe ,' al hia Office .... tested than
State Baok-tbe old ed himself in favor of the abolition County in Key having by more tea years experi: Rail ftt,Port Leon. A liberal -
pet bene1f; that .trum. of slavery West, nn!.4 good cause to the contrary be ahn.... care" ia hi*private ortrtfce (.;. they were ofler. credit fivea on We JaBec.ied .
it M mart have begun the suit,' in the District of Columbia and of the'' commerce By order of Covrt- i, ed to the public, aid hiving, ....... .fairly tried ieitite the .u b>..*f those wiahlag-gone 'Mritr. 3OOOOttt .

t.f, probable thai the 1binc IidOne.in as in slave between: the State In his n. B. FLETCHER., be** preferred to_all other articles similar form ra.ob1, :

-_ aCher Jut aDd B OIt bonible eio.'j' letter !be profane much'zeal for the abolitioncause. Clerk M.*rM County Court. are coddesty'.7cothaEuded'.. .ffnatry. ntperior taadforfcoiiaaeeM'NAUQHT A ORMOND. .te1Vipo, ..

Wait and Mt': 8ombing dark wall Th.Richmond Whig i is i indignant at Aug S, 18418 ta epil Car feneral taae.1 other in..a remedy. Po L.No1.IN IStf Mo Falls YriOCI .
Reference to i ia NspsIsoTsas&g
pltdr4estt11elo. the band ottheageote. ,
Thr.js !; ,
N detphia a cllqu or finaDcien' ia.. the prospect of this man's, rejf'Ctaon-Mer. M. SCOTT, JR. ., 71I1Sb. ... "* ,-. '1... :. l S -
who ,
have plundered the people I cury. NOTARY PUBLIC ..4 :to' &. .4 D. H AMES.TalIisee ,I ,00'.BBL rlstsaiIby; PA RAY'OU

apl8 if 8 PORT LEON. Jan. :30,' 18(1'-1, EDWIN W: DORSET. ,



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-.- aALV'e" E. j I ,'cw ?,. COfl1 ; .. 'r' -..-.VftO8PECTUS. -
4 a = .WRand U""fI"
f .. I r _.. J. ;.- ,' :' .
"" m HB of th "
OT1CE ; A. .; I ,
., 11' f I DyttrieUIsau -. I, : Olo ( oi
St .tiffMiV% h WE
St.ik1ttt.s M .1 : eoowry paODUCee
w tiit Mtorfbera that) f } tatbsstaJ17 THE : '
H.) Lha Joan of th. 0*. I 5 i rb"'J"formcft'ceofip' moth'prapte\"attempt by '751 ,
4 i j> .. cask. Mn. Pork .
Co3 CoBrt L .
lt.Jat .wil
of lon Richard Jai the 1' p
Ca for H.BlonnL.Same !
aty, .ttar$ of Ad. of middl di rl 75
1aaattatlon .8rt.ud Coaivly Cr *> l awless of
on the *.ttt* of Almaa Ali. deceased. t abrogation ''cn Ibl.upnr foar. jug ;
) InsioeCourt. Appeal Letter on I t Ibe Senate They showed that there cm. Irre

: r C. H..BLOOD. '. Attachment for $30. buine should b dtjtcted Tho*.J. Heir, Mon. aiz 1 which a bte BACON _

T&UtLi1.JDIJz,1s4I Eo HALL. Samo. ) Issued July 16th, 1K4L tClo. Or J. MtCantg.'I1lAi&i.e.. Otto' JdcCaot : 'Ietrl'.p'at & I ic lARD
I.. .8 men. ad Hdrt either place" devoted of FLOUR -
IaimCourt, to the dj emlnitlon Federal
':' 4 Hotiee. }> Attachment fo$30. *< ,1. MeCA T. 'and :the defence of Federal menur. I o WHISKEY' --

SIX: MONTHS' af\er it.. I. shall aj'r-ljr to the Sane.Same. Issued July Jfith, 1841; _J I..BU: THOS. HER make this overwhelming battery,of : ). 1'OBACC. -
ofLiaon County Court for a discharge ) In same Court. .3 &t the seat of Gtrnmenl. tell with

(rom. the Estate of Peter;Peterson, deceased. I I tv. ). Attachment fo$47 58. .Law Notice.. feet the ehar I COFFEE,& .&e.

,"- A, GREEN, 4dirnnistritor. I I Same Issued July 16ft, 1841. THE Law Partnership heretofore existing bo Globe wsts bn UroIbadiU mean* which they offer on reaionabl tertn.
: __AN g"4 Sih. 1841.' 3 6m Same ) In same Court Wm P. if Tho*. H. Dunl, .this and its political influence dtatroycd, by I 2 I. A. POUIICEY&cq

Notice '3. Attachment for $ day been dissolved by mutual noosent. | denunciation of infamy on the part of I I don west of tie
WEEKS after date I Sam, Issued July 16th. 1 1 41. Tho.H.. Duvil I and Benjamin F. Allen, will I..dflr in the Senate-by throwing 1! Apri 17 '3 c
,SIX I shill apply to the hereafter ) "
practice law in weight of an expenditure of
under the
Ju. defendant and partnership .
of all _
the THE other interested are, f0.0
County Conn of L fiimofDuval&Alle
on I. *. the So. tion to do the Congrewional HEREBY
County. for Letter nlified of the TJe1.wlauend r.rn
'Administration on tho Es- suite in institution of the above parlor Court Middle Districts its pnbliher (the printers whose ( : the I for the two an, pu.r..t
Ut ef Almua Jostice L. note
Whiting' set
late (
AILS of Mid Court by attachment, of Florida
County, deceased and also ihft Court riolatfd. and ha this whole lI
and App.al..t Tal ) by ing receipt, I ram U.
RICHARD A. SHINE, held at are St.required to appear at raid Court, lo b I.h.ue. mation and ruin accomplished by the : 'I I am also.determined determined not.to p,, 10fi
_TllahmM.JVBg.4. Mark, in the to
Ifiui.Notice.. County Leon en The to protect th. \
office of the former U St., the Senate of the Union the
last at Joseph thst of togire les. compelled
Saturday in October next, at ten o'clock A. the latter i the bylaw. flo.
; at Tallahassee the
: and defend said suits. on the west aido of ih* highest tribunal known to

SIX weeks after due I ahall!| apl'lyto the Jndg 1M. PETER H. SWA I If. by hi. Agent Capitol Allen. Square, in the office occupied by Judge work was done by a caucus packed the March SW, 1841. A. F. DUVAL

tbe count* .Court of Leon county (or Idler Matthias FederaliBts and the Editors of the ; *-

of Administration on the rtlato of John F. Brown St. Marks Florida,Jnly 16th.Swaim.1841. PJaintif References.TaUalianee. *lo sustain their establishment by the of -

.". of Aid eouaty deceased. Gadsden .-R. K. Call Tho*. Brown Wm. P. they may receive from political friends ; Coy receipt from J. D. D

ROBERT HEIR. County Court. Dunl, R. C. Allen James K. Broome & Co. Kerr: per* they publish. Wo will not ask or I i Brother 4

Tallahassee, Aug. 11.JWI. Allen M'Kenzie 1 Illnd Kirksey, James B. GanibV.; sort of lumping contributions by which : i is I Received of A. F. Duval,paying i In fail

Notice.SIX va Apalachicola.-; -Wm. H. Brockenbrough G. and Federal 1 politicians sustain their I promissory, note we hold a Wk; tOf t.1
week after date I shall apply to the Lion Jones Jacob late D. Fisler
of the County Court of Leon County der copartner. un. Attahm't for$845.10() St.Joseph.-Wm. R. Dflffin, Peter W. Gaulier. cannot be supported by the regular ltof Nov. 1C38,for '86 69. r.dal the
the name end style of Damages () Junior of the mo date, payable to paIabllit IODtM
(or Utters of Administration on the estate of Dennis J. 999,00 price j-aper. If such of our I endodbl
D. Fisler & Co.TlHE J June to t Welt.and one Robert L
Shea, late of said deceased. 1. 1841. 45 friends whose circumstances do not note dated or
county -
JOSEPH: DOWL1NG. defendant and .1 others interested are LAW NOTICE. srriplion to the daily or semi-weekly Ii t for $668 70, payobeirht months Nor'mbr.J8.

notified of above suit patronize the I able to, and cat., ,.
attachment cheaper
July 18. 1841.! by publications fDdon bI J. B. Bull
and are required to and plead to the THE Union Rank of Florida, having transfer the Extra n\nhf\ -t\irt\ Con relional I signed by Forml Duyal. Itb noise
-N oUce. filed:! in .appear ;ill bnsinelll; ffst othl'r_ dec..tion .iJ ea"- ..tr"in.'1.I... ree n n. .' the Appendix-wo shall be enabled t' to him aid hto
week after d.le. shall hare .
apply to the Judge we can bo to defend ? note soon
SIX I. n01. employd those who heretofore I
FERGUdO.N.Jr. P oureorpiof b
Q. Congressional pj
the County Court f for [.cnn County, for 'let- have been or be
auineyJur.e 12. 1841. 3m46 may sued by the bank, in all cases at tho COlt of 3l,00per annum and J. D. DISSOWAY 4
tee of.dmlnillratlonm the where thn
estate of C BROTHERS
Dean late of said deceased. Benjamin Gndsden County"Conrtl riin&summons or writ If male returnableto our aid fame of the ablest pens in of' Talhaharese. P.h10. .184 _..._. .. u.
County --
GcorgoV.. Brutori April or May terms of the approach We trust, under thi-Hecircumsmnces, i .I1J
July 10, 18fl-50 l LEVI CARLETON. ing i courts in Florida. NOXICE.

__ _ __ JAMES W. FISHER. \ I l July Term. 1341.. WM. r. 4. H. when the greatest interests of the TIM HE Subscribers offer for sale
D. l lilt-ire U.
Fisler and (I Attachment for $31 TIOS. destiny are put at stake upon JH tide, low for CASH followiac I
0 -
NOT iCE. Jehu Jones. .0 Attorneys at Law. with which the first of the es
j $500 year present
Damages Cojrnac
"C( IX WEEKS slier dale the underr-ijrned will 0 April3.1841. Brandy half pipe* and
dcfedar.t t ratio. is that individual
others interested pregnant no
THE 11 are hereby Holland Gin Ir.
in c.k
I bbls.Wlmkey .
y apply to the JuCge of the Court for
County I of th commencement of the nbovo J. & L. O'B. CUle of Democracy at heart, will / of in
I./on Court,for J Letters of Administration on the suit by attachment associated BRANCI thin! when the do
and at time 'he
are estnd in practice' same Lard
Estate I req" appear HAVE flpc31. ,in kegs
of Read deceased, late of
Leigh said Coun-
I and plead 1 tre declaration in said case filed ac Law. One of them will always be p this trifling tax for his own Floor, MoldssesCorn
RICHARD: H. BRADFORD. cording law. found at their OT&ce. will sustain in at
tiumpl Washington I Hay
.TuyIOthIB4. !
51 Joseph Branch. tried and of '
Jr.P.a. press hinparty.
-- I Afanhaden and Cod Fish
OB in
NOTICE.SIX Qtiiney June 12 1F4I. 3m48 L"r"u rlnrb. TiE KXTRA GLOBE will he of Boxes bbb

months after date, tile undeisinet1 will ap- Leon County, Fla.--Justice's Feb. 13, 1q41. for six months, commencing on Illbtshf'd 300 Plcl.s. in quart jars
to the Hon. Judge of Leon County Court. Moses Clark ) Ft. Marks District.Cowl Law Aotiec. 19th of May and ending on the 19th bbl. Limt.McN AUGHT

for letters of Disnvssion a* Admini. 'alcr of the : r*. \ Attachment for $31 68. PEACHY R. QUA 1'TAN and E. C. CA. ncxtmnakingtwen'y.six nambor,;th. Port Leon. March 20th. &. ORMOXD;

ostate of Robert Copeland, deceased in right olliia Richard H. B'ount.' ) having formed an association to practice I will contain an index. Each number 180.Notce.

' wi fe.Elirabeth G Ponder. I law under the firm of GRATTAN & CABU.L, sixteen inyal.quarto pagt.*. will -
; W.G. PONDER Adm'r.1arr.b THE defendant and all others interested, arc will attend the Courts of the Middle and! Apala- pidlj political I matter. The I political ] A LL r rsonllnlg or demands

r SO. 184 34 suits notified oftheinatjtution of the above chirola District of Florida.} bearing ef the mca urea bcfjr3 Congress kI: Cllall'a Black! deceltd.or thertutemibt Iiat
by at'achment' in
Gadsden Court. and Ja..ticeVhiting'l Court, Otc(under the Union Bank. special session will be subscribers possession, will present
County I sic notified to fully developed them wiihont
at St.
the 29'-31 delay to
Mlrkl. on
JCSMI B. proceedings am considered of RAYMOMD
Inpis, 1 lat Saturday in October much REID.
; nl'xl.at ten o'clock A. M.' CHARLES the public, they will be at Guardian of Rebecca
VI' I I and defend the same in said Court then S. SIBLEY. given length. : A-BIttk
and there I 10
Jacob D. Filer! & Jehu July Tf'rm. 1841. to he held. MOSES CLARK Plaintiff ATTORNEY: <' COUNSELLOIl AT LAW The Corgrefcsiousl I Globe and 1\ April ifNOTICE. yt
Jones, copartners, using the f AtUrh'l fur $H7 32 St. Marks Florida, Julv 1 6.1U4I. OFFERS his ProfeF"itnallerieu in the co c gin with the I xtra fusion of .

. name firm and style of J.) Damages $200. NOTICE. debts, &c., j in Middle Florida. He menCeon Monday tho3M of May next; 4 LL persons are hereby cautioned from
will attend all the Courts in be continued during the fiestion. The for Iniiar
D.Fas1er&C' J the Middln! DUtrict. I any noteor notes given
is ; by
, NOTICE hereby given that an application in CJ'Otfieo in the monal Globe will nn : S. DanielBaist.t
and New Court House. give impartial Graves
defeudant all others interested are Mrs. Martha M. Reid A a note of the above
THE b, notified of the cominencment of the to the Judge of the County Court,of St.be John's made II I Talldhav.ce. Feb. 13, 1841. proceedings of both luult of ( ; I J1 ill lost or has been prolonged! from 'a delripti
I A1p4idix will 1"lertha
above suit by attachment and sri requested to appear "- County, for Letters of Administration on the Es. E. CARItlAGTON CABELL idelof 11. the amount and date not known to the .
and plead to the declaration filed in said caui tate of Robert Raymond.Rrid.late of ? imnortsnt lI.bjtt. at full lrn Fvb. 20.
County Q. itW ten oat. is -
or revised thc I
law. I. FERGUSON Jr. 1'. r by mtmb..n
to Q.
dece.sed..1 July 17lh, 1841. Ta/alwlsl Florida.W They will bo printed fast as the TV. C. MJLLIEK -
Qninry.Jime 12. 1841. 3n46 a
Herald Cure of '
please .opy.r ILL two Houses furnishes .
Co'iris. of ihe Middle matter for a !
Leon; COnnly Fln.-Justice'. Court. Administrator's Sale. Dislrictof Florida. Office in the room un cerlilllat we will publish more I : WILSON, WRIGHT, & CO.

Kt. Marks District. he sold der the Union Bank.: : wil be weeks in the session. 43 Poydrays Street
the 15th
JoelEewey.J. ) 1I7LI. on September next _Jan. 30.8I4J.. 27tf be inFurd the same firm as the I I NEW. ,
orderof the Judge of tile County Court i / u""..
Ts VAttaclimcn for $50. of Lecn V. and a copious index to each. Nothing -
County, Lot No. 203 in the North Addi i BUTLER; -
James M.IIarris )Issued July 28, 1841. tion of the City of "' ATTORNEY AMJ COUNSELLOR AT proceedings and speeches of Congress i NOTICE.

nMlIE Defendant and all persons interf'lItedVii I H.tate of Grenvilie Sheppard i U.es 'o These works being printed in : or account on the 1st b
take notice of the commencement of the : CLE.\VELAND 7 ILL practice in a January & are
hH.C_.uitb, attachment, djy issued from Jus.Aid July 31. 1811. 1 Adm T T Court of Esran.t and Walton County bindidir, with copiou".indexen,will form a earnestly. requested to tome forward and settle the
niltralrix. Ccuntie
tice Whitiflg'lI Court, and are notificd to "PllclIr at JllltO tn Ihe Courl nf at 'P._.11._li! .. indeed, a nrccwary spoondago to the same a further indulgence will not b pitrn. Nn
ApDeal1 AA.
-- .. r. lhe _.n"_ ; I account will be
court at St. Mark, in the county of Leon on NOTICE. 5. 1840 6 Itatelm3n u nnlil..i.n .i.f. for the present Jnr.t
SrI r.--.I..e..n
the first" Saturday in November next at 10 o'clockA. IX WEEKS after date.) I I anextiemcly ,. a ccptiiig with those of our cupt"meri who have been

M. and defend said suit. S Hon. Judge of the County of shall Lenn,npplytothe for Lette's A T fB N D E COUNSELLOR Y C. WhIT of the political and legislative history of : ? punctual in paying their accounts will"5

JOEL DEWCY.FIa'iT. o>f Administration' the AT LAW Subscriptions for the Extra Globe! ; BETT05 :
on Estate
of Peter G !! Monticello FIHE
5ft4Superior -
St. Marks. July 23.1841. 3m3 ley, late of this County, deceased. Flrid. here by the 26lh May. and fur (he I \ '
I WILL practice law in levera'' Court of Globe and Appendix by the Ctli June
J. I of
F. C. Il/aRLEY. : Oxen, young aad
euCounLyCOUWilliam .kindle
July 21 I I. 1041. Cw District, and in the Court of sure all the numhetii. for sale by .
H.fMcMjIlan, 1vs Appeals.
4 July! Term, 1811. Gadsden Jan.23, 1 F4t. For'l of the Extra TERMS. V.e 12 SO J. D. GALBRAITH
D. Fisler ,,& Jehu for County Court, ropy Glob -
Jacob Attachment 6 For Sale,
Isaac Giddms. .
Jones bv the name firm ;f $136 93. } JANUARY TERM, 1842. 1 IA\'U S. WALKER, copies \NDSOMi--. LIGHT
I 12 do do A lAROUCHE.
and ityfe of J. D. Filler J''' Damages $500. John S."I Martin. )> Attachment fir $7.00. ATTORVEI'ATLIIW, _" 25 da dCJ. .1'J: harne..scomplet for two u,by will
Damage in WILL tO. .
A Co. j jTHE assumpsil $200.00. praclicein the Courlsofihe LeonFeb8. W.M. X'NAUGHT.
V HE And so on in for ,
j defendant and of Florida. ["tric a greater /
t defendant and all others interested .1 interested are office is the
are JL hereby notified of Hs frt room to right T nr 1 copy of the Congressional Globe, $40
notified, of the institution of the above inttitn'ion of the above over J B. 8ulStorein .
e uit by atlarhinent, and ,where he may dix i le'ard.
ore to always UN.\WAY
stated requested befound. : I ,
case by attachment and urenquested to appear and appear 6 of eiih l R tt 4lh diy
plead lo the declaration copies r $2 I
and plead to the declaration filed in said cc use I I he law I. fled in the case, I rTA. M. l' do do 5 ( May l.ut a br:ght M'.latt'(Boy I I.y name

according to law. I. FERGUSON Jr. P. Q. Autr-7,1H41.require. 3m FI RGU:0N.jr. I'. Q. TTTTAVLNG 'located U.DOI.PJ or. o 25 do do 10 of Hillinry, about 5 'feet H or 9 inches high, sliffit
Quincy.June 12, 1841. 3m46 JLJL lers his Tallahassef. built end of good address and |
William profe.iicnnNer I to the pnblir.I Ard so on in for a greater pfraing* nim erj;
C. J In l He is to be found prpnllr about thirty two
CIIP1I JUdice. L old t freab"Ot.
ntthe years or
o" office .
CO'lrl I ofDr. J. Payments transmitted mail.
S -'p. Court for Jefferson H.Ran- may by
il The
T. >c unty, Ciy olph, Monroe Street. above rewaid will be id in t'k
John Bellamy ) .ahl paid, at our rilk. D) the regulations of nml
Benjamin or
n. Petition for foreclosure of mort- Tenrme. Vo, to May Term 1841 May2i 42 Office Department postmasters are above the country to any person ho will d liJr the

John 8. Taylor. AI"umpslt by attschinent for $5 JOHN P. DUV frank letters containing lor 1 boy lo the subscriber or s.ifelv 'lodjehim in
) gl e.TilE bund in $100. money) any Jail in the A/. SWAIM.
defendant and all others ATTORNEY newspapers.The
are I all AT LAW Si. Marks\ujr.21.ISJ2
THE othf'ra interested will I notes of bank, current in the I 4rfNO'J'ICE.
notified thltl I any
hive filed in the clerks notice of the institution of I Office in Col. W JIU'" Brick Bi- .
office of the court aforesaid, a petition to foiecloe uithy attachment, and and the above TALLAHASSEE, FLA. Main St.. country where subscriber resides, will.be -

a mortgage given.by said John S. Tnyfor, to I cate.* igrreably to law. appa answer to this Dr, 5. ; by us at par. H URING my absence Irom Florida, Malhia

George Graves and hi. afsigns, on a tract of land E. R. GIBSON, Justice of the Peace. hEADAChE, SIClToit- -j less::No attention will be paid to any Swaim and L. B.Harbour, are my authorised
NEItV tJM. aecompaniea it.
Jefferson money
yi gin county, containing nine hundredand May 8. 1841. The agents to fettle accounts of Swami a.d Maddrn
ninety four acre. 45-100, and known as the NEW BOOK remedy for this d r"putllir that Dr. SpohnV BLAIR & I *nJ I'. H. SW AIM Co.

North West quarter of section thirty.fnui. township AND STtTlOARy ".' .. __._ "trellll1 cemplajlt is_every day Washington City. April 20. 1841. & riSt. _

three ; the west half of the North East quar ESTABLISHMENT. -"S'. That'0 'C""l so iiiiuh I m IUlr 01ment. much 'LUDIRfl. ; : Marks, May S 2. ] PFTrn o 5W41"43TO
ter of section subscriber has received fufTerng should have existed Lost or illisluicl 8r3
thirty-four, township three ; the weal L THE just a AS 'fat without
ages of
barf of the South West quarter of section thirty, EN of Books, Stationary, &c.: nal preventive any discovery or any rrdir. A NOTr for twenty-two TiE PUBLIC.
four.township three; the ,, .t half of the North coiixisliiig of.- but Dr.or cure, is truly a subject much Young to the IN consequence of the publication of an article
regret ; S. in
West quarter of section 3, township 2; East half'I DLANK BOOKS: uch a now axnires I the public thai some time January last. All persons V(Ihe signature ofQueri'l allet'ging the lia.

southeast quarter section 34, township 3 ; the Medium, Demi ar.d Cap,-Ledgers, Journals, Day the most remedy credulous..been invmted as will convince reward Honed against will be trading for the said note. \ bihlies of thr? r"rchallf ofthi.place to the Union

west half south went quarter section 34, township Books, I Invoice Books, Records, Receipt Books, acts The principles upon which i given to the finder on lank! of Forida. we diem it necessary in jurtic
are simple and
the Bank Note Book Bill plain. It i is an admitted July 4. 18.0 49 JAMESC. tl to
3 southwest
; quarter of aouthweot quarter and D/"k. Books-payable and thai this fact fay that we have never 0" thai
southeast quarter of southwest quarter of eeetion 1 receivable. .\Jlloranlur Bo'kl.&c., &c. or Nervous Headache" whether.called. Sick Heidzche Tin Ware ) Bank, at any one time more than $10,000an"i at
27,I township (lie eact half of the norlhea lquar. SCHOOl. BOOKS : Itomach-thole .' primarily from the HE Subscriber lnnurndOr tocairy on present WP are n<>t indebted oni. cent,jointly nor
who contlUtI
ter, section 4. township 2;ihe northeast quarter olnorlii Angell School Clls.irI, lf'ri.s No*. 1 to 6.Smith's Headache rest think t'icy have the Nervous business in all its branches and individually, and thai our deposits have generally

,-.est quarter or section 3; the northeast: ,\ritu eic and Grammar Woodbridge'. Geography Htomach. is may the first assured that this organ the stantly on 'hand a general a.orlmcnl. exceeded our lint! illie!

quarter of the southeast quarter of section 4, tnwn ) and Atlac. WII.rd'a Geography and At Km, come vitiated or eare.c Ifat the syctem has be. fers a wholesale or retail to soil -July-10 50. KERR &KIRKSET.Copartnership. .
ship 2; the weol half and rant half of the nortbe.squaterof !t Olnev'c" Geography Atlas, Walker's Dirtiona and that debilitateJ. through the stomach, WAI. H. .' i .

section 3, township, ; all in rangofivenorth rr Grammar, PJayfair'ft f.elld.Day's Alg-bra, V alpy' Greek expect a only restoration through the of the ane clmnnel must they Sep 26. 9__Munroe :, THE subscribers have this day rntertJ into
and easl sad Jac'b' Gr.ninarJacob's
tract particularly de"cnl>ed in Gltek Gieek functions,, ( the healthy /* as enminiwion and for
the ileed of Header. Adam's Lnlin system. This object, Dr. STAGE lene.1
mortgage found in the County COllrl.rJefferl'On GrmmaNDiona Spelling, is Sphon' LINE l MetNnnslit
Book, eminently rdl'merchant. thl style
county. Elementary Copy .. irulli of this position calculated to allain. The From Columbus., Co., to & WM. MfNAUGHT.

Said mortgage having been assigned to me at th p SlalCf, Percil., Cyphering Ureks, .c. 3cc. the sooner with cannot b controverted, and Four Horse tl'ost II JAMES ORBIU.N'P.

nut term ol the Superior Court, to be holden a I STATIONARY : convinced of.uff"rer it the t.e headache become Port Leon, Jan 20. 26
Moniicello, on the first; Monday in l"o'emhflr next Hudson's Caller's, Ames' and lutbad', bet in restoration of sooner wil their suffering end 180
I such for ,foreclosure Writing and Letter heallh. Sphon pledges hi
apply a thereof according; I 0 Paper ; Envelope.Vrlting professional A PKOCLAMATIOX
the rtaluc in auch cane made and 1rovjded.JOHN and Wrapping Paper; Folio Posl, Commercial reputation on this fact. The remedy
Post and 1'ucket Pout may bhad at the apothecaries. BY THE GOVERNOR OF FLORIA.
Paper and
BELLAMY every In all Via Florence
By THOMAS UALTZKLL: fcriplion of Blank Paper; :Maynard I Noyea' dy is acidity or vourness of stomach, this rem Pot Gaines, Jflakely W-IErI: it has. been sati!factoriy! made

HIS WalkdenVReeves tt Kent's Black Inks sovereign and invaluable as a general lamiy and Rr0'8 Fernet, Ga., and | i appear to me, that Willis Alston*
Attorney Steven', | medicine
; it is
June 34 Blue Ink, in and I now adopted by many of the who had been previously, crmmitted to the! Jai'in
6.181 pints quarts; \\'alkder'. and I most respectable Ala.LY
K.nl's Hed Ink :. Germ"n. .. Cnnuin.; 1f!. __ families. U never sickens the : 30 HOURS Stage travel from Leon ronly.nn the charge of mordsiwa1 on the
The Leo. fuperior Court boxes Inkstaudr, Wafer cups, Pounce and. pounce i 0800 I I of stomach"physic.or pioduces any of the unpleasant effects to New Orl"lnl, in splendid! 5th day of June, of the present year adml to

:lah..ee. b ixes. File lrelea. Black Sand, afers of all Directions for n a level .and beautiful road along the bail, and discharged by persons acting as Justice .l

David D. Buller" &. another )> In Chancery. Ion .jrid .IZl Sealing Wax ; 1'iincc\ Albert Vic ro. use accompany: ea.h bottle.K.Sl'HONM.D.. he Chattali'.ochee River." [ ] the. Peacp., and that Ii! in now Iinr tl lae. And

tons and Common steel I'ena ; Letter ., DAYS OF DEPARTURE- whereas it beep further 10 a p'. tb

IT epp.sriigto the Court that tl.e defendant, knives, India Rubber, tic.Sumps Proprietor and Inventor. From Columbus on T".dys and commissions of the per!'n* acting and edmilting
David f Il. Oilier lenknives. De.t &c. For sale in
is not an inhabitant of this Tallahavse, by 6.'clock, A. hf. lid Alton to" bail had expired and that they
Territory,but reside in Georgia It is therefore Blank Bill AU "b2 47 D. II. AMES. From Chauaboochee I : I were not at that time or the
Paper Bills 'Lading, Notes ,on the aforeidJuIIlice.

ordered that unless I ofh.rd, Ex,. same dDYU
I e Pl'ea hereon or l>efbre t'l' NOTICE TO time after Peace, and their such .re therefore null
1st of change Draf., Music Paper, Blotting Paper CLAIMANTS. the arrival of the U. S. Mail acl..s ,
Monday August nest and
answer the -
corn Board Void.
hill,the ing | Ritchie's patent Copying Press A of Army Officers having establish Apalachicolavia lolaand, meeting Fort
linul' name will be ukei witapparatus I ben
: gW onfsed
complete. ed in this cityfor the of Persons deiroul of going from Now therefore in pursuance of law, I herr
hiinand purpose ,
the invecti'rat
but is further matters IL rtr deccreed accordingly 'I'.1'I ..t.m.; dlall'' ,'P'.ih.I.,' ... r..A C,*_L tn New C\f\nmnm\ .. will firtrl, ihiakwr., .. tl. ..! ; offer a reward of Two Hundred
; ordered a copy 01 tho "lnCI or and for the of Ihe said Willis arid hi'
The Florida for arrest AIton.
Book mOlt expeditious,
supplies, as the
this order be published in of Bindery for servi- I wel I
some one the newspaper (f. alvicontjnued, where all kinds CIA connected ithi the militia most comfortable way, intersects. delivery to the Marshal of the Mkld'.b'! fistrictof
work offer a
printed in this cr.n 'e"rtLy
for four our
Territory, month. doce bi service to all Ihose Florida. do Improper'
And I
and hereby
as expeditioasly aa heretofore. Blank %Work having such claims in aid of f Brunswick Florida Line at ( direct.1
ALFRED of all description., made to order and ruled to their adjudication and collection.! making a travel of but 30 hours by stages \ officers of this Territory to vigilant arresting

April, 841-4m BALI Judge. \o pattern suitable fur Banks, Public Mer.any Aiiy papers delivered to us or transmit'.vd the whole route. Time from Columbus to die said Alston,and placing him in custody-
36 rrlonaly.
I chants cnt! other. Deed, Record Ofc.F. by mail, (post pajd) wil laid 54 hour Given undsr my kind and tb teal orL.

In thetSupcrlor Court Middle District Bcoks, all other Blank Book, can be obtained Doket before the Bad.Vfrnevr promptly For the Proprietors [ a.] the Territory at .hUat.g tIES

of Florida. at chort notice, ruled and bound in any style re \ Ihp case requires it, instructions will WILLIAM 16tb day of June.- D.I8I.

(lit CHAHCJCBY.) quited ; and warranted equal to Northern or W a to any additional proof which may be ChaUahoocbl( January ZO. 1810. 27 R. CALL.
other manufacture. any necessary to the of Governor of Flrd.
Particular the
support claim
Between Andrew G- attention or to the
Nowo AT ) rebinding old Dook,. paid to form in which it must be made., a NOTICE. July 6, 1841. ,
fzekiei .
rnbulud Moore and phlois, Muc; Books, Newlpaper.Maluine,1 am. In ail cases, a Power of TJ'IIIOSEwho arA either by -- -
Attorney to
us Acknow. indebtf'r One.
An" Jakln. partners isj trade un- I before In. I" ._ f r* ___ Hundr Doln" Rewo
bindinr, or p.Uorn.. ledged the rl rlr nf flm ;in .ccount .. 'P' ,
A the tf..tch rounl. .. M. LU, L-, v '" "' ; the .
r_ nan.stvl, and firm of Moor Creditor -.... will WILL given boy LEI
thankful for the parly tesides and recorded bit I.1. rail at office and settle A- .
tf J.cbua fur and Bil -aublcribr patronage he must ac my tje front tbe Sori' il ,
who way com*Lamly. otbe, ,. Filed lit ba hrreofor. rcivd, hopes, by a trit attention company the papers. immediately.By 1040. .II* is abot 18 year .JI ,aa* i
to h bu.iDe.to meet a continuance w.. r. &T.H. so doing the coats of action at law I "
and of the DUVAL. supposed to the of th* **
: John B Keen. & I Feb.1840. same. saved neighborhood ;
Cplan.nt &of William J P. A. hAY ARD. Talahu.ee. May 8, Itf4f. the first, as court all claims unpaid will L put in lulue. The above reward will bo liveD$ (o.

Tallalier'eeOct 3,1840 10 (ltr.on. who may Tiae entrusted having juriMi'lion.JOSEPH. delivery about .we*
Co.t lately deceased!( Defendant claim if the above Q* with t me- three mil. e
; ;
John C. Jacob description will! please or to A. K- Hu.
exrruta Talahlsec.
IT appearing to the Conrt by affidavit, that the Poweri uf ( above Feh. 13, 1841. .
Atloiiiey, directed
.id Mary Center one of said above Measurer and lro of Lumber for the send them us. give or HAMILTON
defendut W.P. T- H. D NOTICE. June 19. 1841.
> i tb Leon & -
rte beyond *jurili *n of this UUING my absence from Florida i

to the state of Nw York. 111.:0n i OFFERS Jiis service to those, who may please PLEASE TAKE 'NOTICE. D Pope of Monticcllo ,and For Sale.
ideraa! d agent '
ordered that tb* aia! defendant, Mary upon him. Charge moderate. D. BULL, k CO hive just received uet. JOHN F. HI WO new dwellinghosaesaitu&ted in the poith

Cmter...aij dminUtratrix do of William Center, lately I -Tallaha****, March 14. 1840. 3 J and fashionable' Hats of Beaver. Silk newS Jan I 2 .Laddition of the city of Tlla.mad
and said
answer -
complainant Mole Skin which the
Cabinet offer No.
appa ; they the plat 174.
bikC. ( Bacae t public reason a. NOTICE. .
*x> four
mr .
month from the '
eat undersigned of My for specie or i its eqvivakutt.jjnd for the Th bouse are perfectly, new, with o.t .
ta 1tp bllcatioaof this add THE ** If,. I. curren IGHT Carriages, for cash
od.r.herwi. liia ENTIRE STOCK OF.TOOLS cy of Middle Florida at aoeb'rate aa beeonelb IA Barout farwith cheap ; pot. with an excellent well of waHT- Fl
b .
*> idea tft* .:
.i lhaisKd fr $ in. urtb ordered AND MATERIAL in the above Una,' Intend conscience. >n I superior and forsale by.complete, got | i paiUculam enqair*a this ece.Jane26I841rllw' .

MTpfiatoraM. .blie,It ems T"I.t naar/pa tOOUIUID bo.ia. at tb* old stand, opposite Also a good assortment of i dotting, Cloth .tl. -

purict, ai" aid, a _. ( ia the Ward & M.,.I"d reap.cttally.olielt.tb.patron.age simtrea. and Vesting*,'{rom. tli. coarsest t c June 26V1841-tf I 48 -
.ro t.
tbs 3l-t onC of lOltl'Pc. t liberaJly bestowed OR bw fnMt Flea**. call l sad wltnasa for,0IuNlna NOTICE*
"dr. .tjt1.cisAN AkNATkiY .
In D& ., HEm Y t ; & "AN' flXwethsafterdst.IebD apply* thsHJudOI .

.PD Judge & N.B. DoOP..sA11H and MANTLE Geo.e EdgIc .hat tWvW io town. COmmiutontftw Derlt : tbsCouatjCaurtofJsfe0s' ',.

Al.e &e., road to rids, and at iho shortest "PIEE.., Dirter}is his proftnttii, ,v Orut. for letters of .C0.tb. .zt';

I C. WELLFORD, Clerk. 4prjlloth,1841.' a y .lJ Wbtrt.' 'be wvnU to b JU0vn, ,.ReCede R.K.Call.an'Henry. Bond. .h. B.. .. Admiit.. br.oee..L -
1 is his ctfaor 4 auj t Jnn. 17 1839 *< JOaN 'A. ..

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