Florida herald and Southern Democrat

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Florida herald and Southern Democrat
Place of Publication:
St. Augustine [Fla.]
James M. Gould
Creation Date:
November 14, 1839
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Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
29.894264 x -81.313208


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Dates or Sequential Designation:
New ser., v. 4, no. 22 (Nov. 1, 1838)-
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Ceased in 1849?
General Note:
"Principles and the people."
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Publishers: James M. Gould, 1838-<1845>; A.F. Gould, <1848-1849>.

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f I ;; Till? V V V; IVoticc.- From the New York, 1yi&ig. yesterday ,refused payment of its notes in specie. V Job, we have none in reading'the deceptive, fal.laciou i I

N I ff031tm A ZI4 D S IX WEEKS oAerdate I will apnly I f. r Letters of THE rniLADELPHIA, SCSPENSION. V I V'- f ?, bare-faced 'cold.blooded rascality of j I:
Adntiniotration on the Estate of RA1HENDERSON MONO A.Ate. We published in a Postcript to our last a full As. for Philadelphia, to pursue this course WaSher ; the arguments ts for the suspension*of'the Philadelphia ,

&ND V ,late of St Johns Count confirmation of the Report which prevailed hero I only available measure of salvation. To ; sufficient cloak for iniquity .1 V
( ." "ttr1tUltBmUmmm DtDmJlUi' Oci.24. V ABRAHAM D iT.tS the day previous of a Suspension of Specie ) postpone it would have been to drain her.of her ,, Banks. .As if a V

,; .ivoTIcI:;. Payments by the Banks of Philadelphia with amio1ficiaI : silver in a. few months, for the benefit of"New r could not be found Europe and America 1
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HEREBY GIVEN.That shall V six weeka after i ii statement of the reasons which impelled ::York.fTwo: millions of.specie must inevitablyhave they even go to China, out bring up the suppression : I .

;' ID"K 8l\mas 'ZLi GfVcLID" date apply to the Hon. Judge of the C( unty Court to that step. We give below another : gone by the first of November as one million of the smuggling of opiuiru Had 'the. 1 i. V

V AT nVX DOLLARS r ER .CIt, r J.V..I.BLiIIW of tit. Johns, for Letters Administrutiot on the En statement of those rctisons. We are 'willing), did go from one only of our institutions. Chinese not been uncommonly lenient they. f i' V V
:v YEABLY.IX tile of Cut. M&ION.BECKUAM.late of aid county these Banki and the interests they represent I i within a month past : Of-course the fractional V

inserted kt On Dollar) pr square.if deceased. V. G., HUMMREYdSt. should be heard, and 'certainly if a suspension,)i parts of dollars.under' five, and the change tin I would,ten yealS ago have hanged the Fcoundrels t !

the first.iit 0rtion.and Fifty Cents' for each *ubs. | .,Augustine. Oct.24,1339.JYot ., were to be regarded as.mere' matter of policy' )I der one'dollar, will continue to be paid silver. who were clandestinely l introducing Urn j.

jueBl an", Lou,,r..I\evtiwse ida ia proportion ,nudpon i V t ceIShereby .. y. and convenienceyc would! say the Philadelphia I This is fairly presumable, there" being no notes poisonous drug. 'It .is only !a 'pity ,that these : '

win be considered.I'than a square,, A' illC tlU given; to all peisonsTharng Banks have done right. Wo have no dpubt that under the first denormnation allowed:by statute.wheaslic ) presto quick" fellows who one day send out a '. -.1_ V. .:.
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r"' J&I&U05Cn'UtR' btewk1iOtiDtuth1J j 1JI! rk a. qatf&d ib 'immediate ""payment *Tjvqi'Hundred'Millions:ltd' Euro -we'at'e: thafujne w e ijhol(o J .f and. the ppitlm smugglers, those rcspcctae -..:'.. 1
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Ate find 'inconvenient
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>JAT O otz'r.Oct4. ; people ifelieved.thaltHe/wxpecttiifc = :
.: Ye-1- -: J V ; rogues Togues!* of Canlon, were not nfl sewed up
,. .\ hei-ivedbeie1piuu4w! { t : '. *- 21:81 f.lo comply=! wevill c tie. matter short! :by refusingto -, .; :
, bfDIzgbt on ur 'V the:Banks were what they seemed, honestand < .
.S V ; V pay- nlir it is perfectlycon've\ tehf'-V manage = in the same s c1. '. "V..] V

BABY.MAK CLtTHWO p lIE Jrottce1V notifies thoie rhisVyyoulg doubtless afford greater :relief than upright) 'Thank iothestraig'iitiforwarjd', l > V I I

sons-t V who are rrespecifully indebifd'to Ilia r_Eslae} ofInJL.LIAMBJIC4L5JWdeeeaiedhdth per. Ibe/course: ;; now pursued V; 4iit :'wqtjjd" a Democratic 'press,. badly as. '.it V!is supported the 1 REPORT OF THE BANK COMMITTEE. i t V ,4

u mr' ,L\ >WS ..r. irdzi1Ii wise V and\ just course t- That U.irpiestlon, .!. people'*.eyes are. p nCd-'. No longer do we see This Bank claims to be localfd ut l SCAu-ustin--.. : t ; !
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:. .i>d urcoouts artf p1|e ced in bis'hands foHe coHnn which we.:must differ froth vihd"PhiladelpjlaBankers. BankfiIquitya glass darklyWe see it': but its said is chiefly conduetf&ttfXeic Yt T1-- f ''
: SlLKSi FANCX WlABE,: sherefdji7eque.tJbey1ilLcoI1; At h a office and .. V V'V ., 'bBSanA ncynt'Apatachlcol'3.-'Notuhns'cv.: ,', ";'.:sCr' I
V SILVER' discharge tirtame, .before ihaRetaraCoiiri. ; ay' AVo,presume, howeVer:.iuat' the true state of plain and' palpable all its naked deformity been" paid.'and thiccommtit ;ar :Wa/fy injdark "":.J" j t'

GOLD AND WATCHES, toW.beld Iu toe iheruizt,land a ve further the case is this;, AiTh4dj4IJanki and merchants Gracious i Heavens! Has. it come to'this,,,in this in,,regard to the.c/i/iVa/or other adiNot'V": \ : j t tV "
4 v.Lrg Ihe Ladles; arid r. tIernenIovc' : Hi a'call ejieuae. V 4 V -(noIwP1II L1F are vnabje'to maintain'Specie,Payments. I f land'of EQUAL BIGHTS;that. 'a/w:in each city i the Bank,injgbnsequt-nce of tho,nrelecf to make ." J L I
the will find of our'article: frcf h well le
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lUclcd n4 I t.ube L\TKST: ... MOST FASHION StAnguiue.: IGtb Obi. 1833. .. thejfrfwiirjust': : BO: without"circumlocution. ;' village;.are)clothed with the"' power of returns:.according to its charter. lina.the. general*** '. J !'.
we willadinit.. their CXCUSC.tO be valid and their law 1833. -: "
[ABLE SITLE. aiiufwhicii!l .they offer at ntsontttate C.t1' V -1
: .. ., \\,'UuUi.I.Y.nfUUn, * V -C, UUYE. .V.CO.Chariote) sireeC p'obHe ereVorded againdt CnttinOiheiwiM flimber.or' deb& ne cnn.',, WicT there's no jmore tobe.stu L freemen of1 the United States must recelvp in I Council have the power to impose taxes \J1csr. ; V

.M thetore V-xt dour Mr.Howard, 'Tamerlr'occupied ,: 2' Ire.paurngupous.the lam tor the Fi Many mania in prcdicarnent who is perfectly .' place'ofgold and silver i the only money.known j I Banks dearly.m all cases whvte there.I t.r1'-1..1\'ii. ;

bj Alrs.'Ulll ler. t tates4 aacuiaisdecthpitugte; in"the I'riin l'cnt11t bottom. and in the charter f'o liberties; and when the pay- 1 I press prohibition in the charter and whvrC the .-" { f

V: V Oct. 24JU3 'vm I Swamp of$ h Diega, injhe County f St.Johns pay ev farthing. .We hope !H, is so/with .the exemption is-without consideration, tl e.right..-, "i" ,, \,
w' 'inil .foruirrlytelbn injtd'tbq Estate! of 1 'hot. Fiicli.ehd rbiirdelphiaBank! ; : ment of these, pieces of'papcI is..demanded' ,.this. equally unimpwichablc. Not only in ''regard : '
.NEW, to wit 13090 acres, at-CIcarrapnthe; > orthstid. >f that the Bank 'privileged FEY'ore .allowed to answer"we .
.. soosa :Ii proper to slate> Commercial taxation'bas the Council a ,r ghl to 'operate 'i': .
.Il I h,, Sytimp y'2.:>5 acres; 40QjicreafnrinerIy-pwned called'General, 8aannatz bjoca Alontesde, formerly of-Philadelphia, which nt first attempted"to' have matter vitally'concerningthe V on the banks but by nny generality?, it may rtjp. .11t V '

A ;.LO 1i;" 'R : owned; by J'hUip.j *ii;.400 acres fornierly owned maintain SpeciePaymentsaterthebthers had $ and prosperity of "- !I ulate and.control them for thxj..public1 wctGin; .:

.' :Vanived SC IBlift.\lJiJ'. ;*mvr 1f frwirl!.',Ytitfc' Uie-Sclioofter'Victo.l L'btntatiitin tl e 1iua) ef Amelia,fori %eerjjr y The stand1< of 'a- few b'oursl The. Jroattempt'; rcdounditcritsbonor. .. ter. //AV I M/jfwre has,.1-' .gh.tto'', i
4tt1g',iiate-, --;' ".''i-. JL* "*' of tJao.'Atkinf on;4,500 acreroothe Hier frail EQUAL .rights come to"Ibis, that a privileged and Attestafcfoure Leg&ldturi*' of its

I ':,)" 'f "t 1Itci _, 'l:' : fax; the Co BBt/oTMosquito,bounded Lete n Um South Von : 'V Ilcrcr follows Philadelphia! i ,manifesto, -: 2.: .FEVV. shall issuepieces of paper promising' to oweroCiJ islatioii ror th9p"ublc( good 1b..ay'1 V

I 'Ui'1i'.rclUt, .';it.'i .i1jVAs !'( ; *"of,th UM rVfUrrTTtnd U eINorth bythoiOt ', V <:From tle.PluliJJelplua GazeUe parLa.thousan4' "dollars\/ia\ 'demdiid,"' and, with the'.language'of;a;fmsttriguishixt $

'b bt t: r "ioNT K nry Y< >fe;Md 8t 0aeres bcU {Q comniohpa. ,}ImRT Ov TV lci1rdtl afn ) ; it)does,such grant y'bei I V
.t. ,. ...f. Bwvf,oti 1 4.Plains tnd E5 48 Lcf Diego, CODIVeienordeicgnt these'pieces of paperiUdV1IeChaU1c axure tho labor of;laborers t ; :...f1.. ...r. w* ", 1837. .
ee' s of.this diffeitntBanlcs; andof1thBoar V ',' :
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.'.-.", '. V V { .oC TradctVbf'this citv '\fwasl hclA t"'t. r :
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: 'i4,\ tt : ;i4Mur,. ; ";f"M'' '. 'htf, ,, ': I VV In.sf.verii: .,:,rtlt .' bIqh :-it was'deter nne.....,, .aa, J. .hhardy' workman'calls. : fof:his rfof"payment I fi. it "nd." ScJnfliVLottery. -

.: -N.d &If bt r..C ,1 eJt O. ,'.r.'..' *< V V ntalitzlaflg concerizing t 1te'jfiij.litul:prospery J'-the t ( price of:.his scrviccs-Jie is,tolde_ have have been. expos d'1r.. ". '' or:.! $ 'i..1'

,V 4 U'';. HATS&V.QAPL: ctfw- : oaHe.R tii llj;:. oftt6", _iVr. .1e'erthmned. .n:, t Ji !Jng, thethcomn'trni'nof Union!, we uoohl whiniTbav \ 1" 8 ,;
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: ., t friLIajusrk.t. V .4 paj m flti : This resolution with' onoftwox, -. p s t, becomepurchasers. to jETutt4efrt4c4rdY. 'C' 1
err" "P t. } OLVEDj thkoriniLW, eiitih.CiI ceptlow tif which hoo.r.rumorsnQtfully'1l.u.' ,\ t 8pd. t :
ft bf V ltA wo payour.detis t'f Is it' to la this land tack their ic\dy)il dcftoIs r' .
t ". > Qiar.. 'thuiitwua i. trric1 tO.tdyr :unamimous".e.xecution to come ,this; .- CLAW money --f -T r- .
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., 1IIIt&u 'Sm1d m>L. -lrnn'nMpcrct--uf&iftt i <*tb ii"gfcat*f money buy. of the merchant silks satins and ritory, it was last winter, positicely forbidden, by V-
a' db&4 liehe4 1I'U" nnb1e beJ'p-- 'l P. D. Clerk of the Connc il. measure. It.U sufficient to know that it is not :'
IAS, The Executive hal we nre
trinkets their who neithertoil the Governor's veto.
V<5) rhni* am! CireM ianaInglisiFuruitiira" ( it to array daughters
ono of quick and desperate immaturity: Mono .
t, :1 INIflltf. Check. whitaatMl: K.l l wn.atWei : VOTICE. V of cool ,reflection, of well-weighed, fuct [ nor .jnn, more beautiful than the lillies of the happy to learn,already moved in the matter;and V

:: : TiiIIeudrsXIio1. till! Idling Lf TS on very and well-descried results-which, in any event valley, and }ben 'when payment is demanded,. 'we doubt not'the self-respect of the people of JI
CL 7.riit .ai favorable terfii*iiH the Village of H Sebastian. ',
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Therein no Lies WIUTEVLR upon the i> r petty they : can scarcely fail of affording relief where answer, "ue hare determined as a matter litally I Florida will,ever preserve the .Territory- from the ; *

, : %f.ftoaIp>, VeMs, Pantihan, Jackets Uo\es,! ftipsHlot.and tiirtia'wrtar<5 rcsprci fully invited ther" were.perplexities Of the main, distress momentum, and slru to g1injJconfidence. this concerning the safety and prosperity of' the commit- pollution of those who. would, 'corn,>here.' under I, ',

\ \ -to' KSAMISB V tm'vMtt* Vie TiTLK F. L.oflVred 1IANUV.t > them. point,operative in both hemispheres we propose! nity"-to play the part of robbers and rascals, any pretence, to practice offences which. arc fd- .. ,

> \ IIAUDW) TC'UTLERY. JOHN GU MIA.M, to speak briefly. I: in order that we may continue to live in the onies in their own States. ... i:,:., "fI' V

V t Ailril2J1'11 1839:! V by hi Attorney V The flair is not one of choice by the Banks, .splendid palaces: which have been built for us PVafizofambin.GiothuChUrChrLI, V 1 S Sand

?> 1Idd.l.Kuites SIIIt'eHor.. Case Itn'ives., Nails an J, Forks Pen) anJ. &c Pocket/V f I'ackvtSchon'er KMl'IU L. SOUTH : the dut lack of necessity of to necessity continue not specie arising out.of I by the, honest and.industrious, whom we have I' read the grave stones. They'will point qut, V V V. J .
power payments ambition. The must soon be : !
.wicx, )Iuler"ilI rnn regular ihroiichou I o'f bound down with our corporate privileges an the end of gravo "
t t JEWELRY but of self-preservation the form keep-j I bed chamber, and the earth rt'ngplace .
the unimer.. between tile abo e a.l. Her Israelites your your -
:t liar Kings ringer Uin:.. Urca .'ins, Ac 1 e., accommodations a re'comfortable' aud etti usive.TraeIlers '. ing the specie from being drained' out of the t I estate as ignominous as' that of the in ; corruption your fathtr, and the wotn.1-. V. \ 1

V ': 1r1 '" .,viir fmd. thii' mode'cipleniant co \eyaiue as. country. >!.I.Egypt-in order that we may enjoy the gorgeous your mother and sister. V. .V V 1
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h if a. other in operation The necessity has its chief cause in the revulsion "
not mor: so, any novt furniture which cost us neither labor or
"SJJ'.nll': T U'cChuirs.. Wash fitaiids/Toilet Tables,,, between the two port This ptckutllh111 goes well of tho opium trade of the Chinese, a trade { that tV.. A.PROVL&n.Titio'.w j 1 1AFTER
:' &Va.V:i J..fluJ.lII: Glasses, & balli *ud.and never takes.a deck load. V of 'say fifty MILIJOXS The instrument of this thought-in order we may in .splendid .

" ,. TOGLTIIEIf.iril AN ASORTMENT OF N. B' Always'touching at' Savannal whenever trade Is known to be opium.. The drug win uoI carriages, ride over the people who made them- !. a careful examination of the votf-s !

l \:: 'GKOCEKICS moderate t eneonrayeuie oflcri'. occupied as an article?'of exchange I in order that our wives .,and daughters in their to me, I hereby proclaim nrul'' V j,
V .Voticc. with that'people. Specie, therefore-; must take' declare that the Constitution adupti by tho <.
dresses INSULT the
$ Cutter S Caudl a.Tobacco, Ac. stage. -plllY nvny-continue. !V ;
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I ) indeltcdtu the Eatato' 'Mn. D.OL- the place of it. The Dank of England fairly I! > Convention lately held at St. Joseph has been V'
; ..":,,;:"rW 0-Ci.rJial, Oil, White Leail, Ba.kcts,.3"t'J ALL Y.person AleLE.i, ff, $late of the"County r John*, rcclled under these tidings from China and was wives: and daughters of the upright and honest, approved and ratified by the People of Florida: .. dnt -. V**

r.' ,,IdbI.: I .T1bessbctptock.sGwda Ac \ .'' dee.,are requested to make immediate pa nicnt. And forced to make *, loan of the Bank of France, I .wowear. nothing but what they hare paid for 1 Is it GIVEN under my ,hand ut St.Augjt tinu or'. V
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( .tol11 VKliV. LO\\ (rc.lnub. proMp4pa.I ". to present them duly authemicated.- hill the lime of trade being ''against, demands came 'while the last bed,the last chair, and the last the year eighteen hundred and thirty nine. VV V
prescribed b1'lw'or' they wilt be I foreve barred. .
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> over specie, ship went
loaf is taken from the man when he '
M. II TUCKCU 1eciItcr. V
V '\ Si.. AujiMtins.Oct.ajd, lK. 1 I 21:U.r V -9-8w.: out carrying away from a half to a million of .President of the Convention lately in sc&ton,. "
< Oct 10. 183g. i refuses to 'h'is dcbts that a few" orivileced V ;
':nSnpcrlor- dollars. This was the_great cause of the late .nay .' St. Joseph. / : '
: Court-St. Johns' Co. /* Notice :r. V stricture in our Hanks' discounts-the Banks iitis are permitted profligately into Ii The newspapers of the; Territory arc 1'9i i .

,". .. ... Eattcrn District of Flrida.V -: ALL persons having claims n-ninst he Estate ..r could not. discount paper, because their issues I debt, and when the payment demanded, answer quested to insert the above. ,.. c- ;
;: IS SOLA5A. IjtQ of St. J, hue Coiiitr, '
Came back upon them directly, for specie. I .11X. WEEKS altefdaie'l'wiil 1 *w1vurlJriiA V- J.
V '!&'Howard, Cowjilainant, )I i in I : V tJ'c'allcd are1 requested Jo prcsentjhIUHO In withiii .ihp The m-rehants were bleeding at every ,r. WE hare determinedas, a matter vitally po .
t ,. U. > OklUlff n lro.ree. ..prescribtd law, or' they will bred forrever bar Trade and commerce were literally stopped. concerning the safety and pronperity nf the community NES M4 GUIRE. lat uftt JI.C"'lIlry.'tt.c. V*

,: .Mary rI1IIEatIe A. F. HowarJ natuttd, Respon't.Respondent) 'i r please 'lojako04tj 1.4)licltcd-and'alt to lIIa..lmmcchate person* In.dtLlcdIO'lIiJ..Inte'Dre patinftiit, re'} To possible, the Banks'(or some of' "-to hold on to our ill.gotten'w.ealth, and Oct. 24. ._S'P.OERSON.< !' .. '. .

*. fiotlce'.that a Coerce! pro isobath been en. I lcpt i& 1859 MATEO SOLA" f A, FJre'r. them)'gave their credit to the merchants under cheat who ever placed! Medical College vf 6el'gia.Y c"

1 vered til this ease,and that on aturd iy,the I Gib day of ;k ; .Tt.otlcc. V theform of Post-notes, payable four, or six, or our honor and solemn promises !U 1 (V : ,I H E eight r Cuisre sit. 1) et'.uei. ,lit .blJl 1..littlli,'.
'-. .'N nreu3er. I8W. before GcoW I I. 1'iiiu.irsTiqT, : eight months aljcad', hoping by the time they or. |i : '. -',will bttcunnueuceJ.mi the t con-l,Monday (the j
after 3ole will ) the. Yes it has come.tothis !
weeks wo apply Judge of 1 Thisprivileged;
.|\ A "4mike of ilia Trace holding'lis.i-jllice ai the' Conrt SIX; Court,of,St.Johns Co nilfur Let- rived at maturity, that the pressure might be- j( 11th) of lieilMuvBiiiUr.'aud 'e.ier'iim: li-nll.tll". ,; '. t
t tSHouse. in the City of tit. v\Uj.i8ii t,nl 10 o'clork of f r County AduiiuUtialiuii -the Lttate of JOSE!'!, come relaxed.. ,hut this did not afiord the relief.The ; imagines it,may with ..impunityviolate; every the Cm riaturdiy .ilw :U!) of il! unIt luhu\YID:. '' : ''V. .
trn i> on V '
Athat day.,the JefN'iiiiiL.nI c.( U'iUiaro Ij.Ilni.I CarotyV1iUeua :. ,BENGEL.lalo of said.. "" .. ede.-ii di merchants; manufacturer?, and mcchunics "''*.vested,. right .and ,every''?c ntract." -.To comics will b. .Mivr.,l 1'1,0 ; .1
is; Mary Gould Charlotte ; Ceo. Professor of ,\nlllum ,
.., Ifhiilipvaiid PHILIP! .WF.ADF..M NN, Sen. wcrc-yclRuffering. This suffering was not confined your tent\ oh Israel l f" Let:us separate'.from G. SI, NEU'TONV.M., !and" .
** Oarjlrfy/tin 11I""ol11ori, duly Clad, will betaken, "*- this New York felt all its L..A..OUG&I.J.l'ror.'f. .i -o(4l.4Is'y w,
to it iipder
GF.O. J. ZEII.NUAt ER city.
.1"v lo Vr-read iu Icktiuiony on ,lhe'herir| tinal.thneur. at : '. 1.this paper money'prosperi y/! which to-day is, and Pathologictl'Anoli'tiivCHARLES! -' V
; indeed did ill
Oct. forms(
10.119. our.citics
severity,as and
'which time the said site .. -
it .
llernuudeut can aitrud and lo-morrow is cast into the oven. Let those .l'Ui.1 l> I'r -f.1IoCIttui .
'it blnk. proper: 10 do so. ,Il 0. .GOULD..VV .1lljlfcatIOU'ror'Sale of Ltlluls. the tchole country. +' "T: and Phirmary. .' : 1 -
{_ Sej't. 12. :. Sol'r f.ijr CooiplaihautST..AUOUSTINE. is hereby pi h elt.',that tin I y dttYIi after What, under such circumstances, was to .be I who produce tho wealth and own the wealth be JOSEPH A EVE, '1. D ,1'r.ife-or .f 11rpeuitIC. .. ; .
I : 1. lioftID.i-Ii.-oIU-IE; I NOTICE w apply la the' Judge1 f she County done! The Banks arc just as good, and better, 'longer deceived by the t6rcspec a 1e rogues'' .aud Ma eri Alnlira. V V

l.'uutiof, St. Johns County, fur permi ion to sell soA and ti ore solid, under season of suspension, as who their time in idleness and luxury,seeking D. FOUU At. !>.. l'r-:'(:*-''r i-f In-titute and, :
"' EAST KI.OH1UA. i'nth of tde Heal E'tale of AXGKLI WILLIAMS. under its opposite, The obligation to payout puss L.Practice lie JleiliciiiH.: V i
THIS .CU3UJO IOU HOTEL has deceased, as will be lufiicient to pay th debts. of the specie, to be taken out e f the country, no longer (inventions, by means of chartered privileges I. PAUL F. EVE, M;.D .PufeT.f Piincij-le au' .'

i been put complete. i epaijr ; new'fuinitme. I i.141 estate. .SA IIJZSONVIL JA J IS, 'Exec'r.. existing, their.specic remainining secure in their I to obtain money under false pretences ; every Practice of flnigery. *. .- "'" -, .:,
bedcJhlC. &c. &c.J and it'often for Uifjreceptiou : 18- w. M!I. P..T,-..ffit Obtc.tricind J
of ,isjlors, un4e.t the suptjijnteiidtfiice of tho un. I. OCI.3.Ist9.. vaults and the cause that forced them to suspend bank that has issued one dollar and now refuses MILTON ANTONY. ,and I i.fkti' V

der4geeJ. -bO. pk gem hinjuelf so4a to conduct the cs- I Caution. discounting, being removed, a relief can now, be payment in specie, is guilty of this offence The' Piof sor of Anatomy."H.*I-H'.I 4iy Dr. Ji4>"vMeLeskr. "

V >Ui..ment< as to wcura id it 4 character equal i ao J1D1. pertons are heieby forivarncd i Otto purchase extended to a suflering people, by relaxing'their To return to the Philadelphvi article. "The WMTsuperiulenrf the Disrwcirnif IJiwiKS.nwl V
-Hotel in the Southmi CounUj.V V Uke from the Landing nf lien v ferrill,['q. orders for curtails as well" as by.situable aids ilw dutie up P-nio'-! rur without, wl.h-
.. V |I W W.iJATES. at Markhar Crrck, North.Kivet any WOOL that I through di ounts. V affair w 'not,one of choice to the.Banks but ol tii-nal discharge fie, The "r w-r Anatomy And Cberni'try

N. B. Good Stabling f r hones, and attentive may be Iyinthere. as'such person or | erson. will be I But besides the foreign demands for specie,the necessity, a necessity not arising out of the lack dnulos ll> rir whol- lim* t.' ihe' Clt: ':..- v7he -

; Osilers. One Iud ,two horse ', and Saddle prosecuted for comu/itting tae"1'A"* oh I ii iA UnSeplSO. recent fires in New York and in this city have of to .continuq specie' payment, but of eiwn| 'fi for the first, C. iti'e fir xiwres, in teludiiii' \ V
,'? 410lle.'fir hire.. I ISuAwgustinr 1839.UE. RY FEIUJI S.I.y V mad a call for the relief of the sufTerers, under I power I the letiiouxtratiticLci.. is .$1 115. StudeutH I
AqjuitS. 1&19. j J A. WATSON is Agent. all their' forms, for at least 'one million and a preservation under theJorm keeping specie :. .'attending this iiw'iiuiiiW, f ir the Crut ijnie'wiU"pny:

5' >BT The Nw Yoik Atncric in. ..iOD.II..IeUit'n. half dollars. This is V addition to.previous from,being.drained out of the country." i\l4trieuUii". $-*,. Tue rurr ;'erVa$hiogton City. ilercautiU[journal.. Oostun, Wantccl to P"rch 'seA with bcs bloc.l
which re..1Je1 _
be met-but Sutesiu -ade"b.DP1.
pressure. The calamity requred to Had this paragraph been read to JOB,.it would V t
'Courier. Charleston, Georsiasi, and Republican NEGRO BOY about 1C or 13 j oLlge.ror .
V Tannnh, are nqneted to publish bo above ouce aweekfrfr nn'plolment'lII a d.iue tic servant in a snidlluck the Banks could not meet this additional demand,except have'more'sadly'taxed his patience than'all his of Specim'iis par.- i Anitumy. and Nrtnral Hwtoty iishlbo .i

< twotutmths, and tor word their accounts for.. faoiily in this City-and :than a little b girl about at the loss of just that. much of specie to the boils and miseries. Such infernal impudence Ibatkru1Jy.rece. fr tis IhlJIUIII,' V '.
eDt. 1$ 14 of for chambei-ui liri to a country.. EVE.Dcaiiofihe.racnliy.nzMi .
,J'*' 1 or years ace a young I'ALEL" '
isoiiahle There is relief at ihe bottom of this to declare their,:power when the whole world V 't ..
oft lad)-fur both ,of whom a fair and re price a great An .""la. ,\ 10. Mar ,
daw 1
Saner will for Letters
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:. Administration( : on the Lau apjnly. of GEORGE !*ill lio-paid. Apply to the printer t r the nam* of suspension. Let the people regard it in its true sees them prostrate, and to give as the necessityof .-jJoLti.k; ,: Iere.I'l' i'e. s.-nlt |-.r_ons ha'n aU >. ..,

t.cSEER late of St. Johns Count deeea..d.QcL21. person,to be the purchi4er.Au&u.t$839.., light; and it will be every where applauded.The a duhoncst action, the 4anger of specie'being 1 claim-,afiin-i it). ,E'ta of ur... Moree.di ;
9 3w
.' CHARLEd DYRNE. $ means required for scbuilding our burned 111ft ;uise within the time prascruVd V ..jbylJw.'nr
>> shipped out of the couelry. when the positive -e..t.t present- II .
,> .- districts both here and in New York, can now ib- will le Urr'ed; and aU vesi'ous .
XotIce. stateorl'atiV I''fT ins, dec. intention u to flood the country and fill the y 10 .
V be had- and all this will be to Thousands of iixletiled aro n-quired tl) nwke payment Ut-1-
\VILL attend ,(the third and |at time) at FortIlar1ee NOTICE ii hereby given to all ersons bavinjsin / mechanics and working men to work,who must people pockets with worthless irredeemable se .tn. leau. H. r. JOHNSON...Adm'r.I V :
J.: 'on Friday the lit: at NOw," "iUei on against estate of Patl; *, dec. I '
; olherwise remained idle shinplasters ,and thus enable the Banks to make x-r..- fP.Itt!. pi'liea' t'n will t ho male t) .
Clan Monday the the 1Ite.sed.withi tIe time
Saturday, the 2d: and at Fort on te present same duly \ pro .
I ror"*
It seems, that the suspension of specie payments the Il> n. th*Jtid-c. of St. JohnsJCoiinty. 'V
aka ofrfftltlnlabe'i'ftrr scribed law, all ed thereto are criminal shipping to
rth of November ueit.for pnrp w by and rerlH'lI'ludeb ; a speculation, by specie '
in this State far it has moved, e -
4 so us
&0I..1 and County Tai for the 139. required to nuke immediate payKstot o'.JOUNVCARRERA3. '
year :
England, where it is now so much wanted. .
J. CARTER.Tax-" Alachna Co. Qu4 ified Czec'r. in the interior. We learn from good authority I It'r '. t-.' If *hJA3lES.flGJCL1i.'i'l CuuutIde V
1 : that the Farmers' Dank of Whatever tnfghtbeen the patienco of \U3t29., : : .
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)f. I IR vr..- '10th of November-more than OBITUARY.
ValCcd Stales' Bank. :ic payments, put Diddle in easy circumstances'. It .is now DIED-On the 19th day of October last

R ; T' Sl lfGu rit : Thai .ih 'clclit of'this Bank .hui remained i throughout the ).car." .' three months since we pubUshrd'the"definitive massacre of the the prevailing fever WILLUM T. C '
Duncan H.
'I which late
L ,good at the South is not wo derful. The Southern Honest Banks commenced a course that would at Carloosahatchie was of the Capt. Campbell L, -
: intentions Indians. We h wo'recorded themurder Iy of St. Marys, Gzti aged 9 years. For
: Friday. _,. Moyembor 15, 1S39. did Mr. of the
. states
"' : : i havu been overflowed with various enable them to resume speedilyiot so soldiers ness of heart,energy.and intelligence,0091
: 'Pl""d and lcJieniocratlc 'P ." citizens
.l1plf' of
: .. I descriptions of Dank Bills! of every possible.dsgrbe Diddle ; onthe contrary hoping the suspension nearly' SEVXNTT which but tut Ham was surpassed by none'oi hw own -t' ,-'

b 1 PltdrOl'm, of] value, but nona. which were at par in might continue/w years,, he hoped, by recklessand since peac6" was declared for and fondly did hb friends rely upon thepro l

tJ .. Opposition to'a National titruglit with [ New York, where the South constantly requires extravagant speculations to re-establish his Indians have answered with their liveswintertheseason' cs of his boyhood-fpromiscsof useful and ?] -
I ti. -,dangqr to cur free institutions aid the liberties oft for, operating! will soon be upon us, perous years which Death has shut out fojS j
"" the peopltv from Its and fuhclrJ The United Stales Bank bill was at'par Bank-be first dashed out with! another "generous Conscious of his approaching
necessarily great con- j.trolfii that aratof dissoluuoojc
i'i' bear of'no preparations!
: g power over the general currency and ,in NCV.J York-all arguments foror against the and disinterested project, for "relieving"the i and yet we iufdercrs. ,Arc said "all remedies ore vain ; it is n tdeM- '

; businbs of the country.-.Opposition to the present -. BunL \vcro mere rhetoric rind flourishes to the South, by buying up with paper which ho f rid the country of 1h13 Band cf. and I am not afraid to die.1 His fardnt .
I't.. ,. Banking system, defective i in. principle:! Sua.tth, IA United Slat'' Bank bill would pay did not expect to be'called upon',to redeem for. we to 'go on fur_the next six months as for the ther could not receive his last sig, but 14
: .) .snd unsafe in practice, and requiring u radical of f past 1-the; weekly ,chronicler of unavengedi thoughts were with,her and he called upcni l lname.
reissued 83,000,000
debt nNv York -tlx bills in cir he
a ordinary (
Ir I years
?refornWA total Reparation of the fiscal concerns i to announce that ,. Every effort which aSection and
r -of the(Government from all banking" culatiou would not and therefore the U. S.Bank bills of the old U. S. Bank) every bale of cotton !t atrocities; or are we soras day suffer : could devise was made for his relief Tstroycr t th

,: .\.. thoibcst guarantee for the preservation; f if our billwarsl always\ a welcoms! shrht.i that he could lay his hands upon which a nation which ever sympathises wjththe was inexorable, and would not 1eaSt.

National Independences-Encouragement and t tr. Nut j is'it wonderful that: persons at the North cotton was' forthwith shipped to Europe to be log provided they, are far enwgk'avay; and a :, his victim. .,, ';:,

I suppojrt all banks based upon sound principles J and the with Government solemnly bound to protect iUcitUzons .. AI1rJ; et! lli* b>nr''ttiit look the toy. "' .
I.cdn money in small turns and compelled, sold sovereigns, pay: post-notes .t
with the and at ail times, hasire'l.a. beavierHuoin ;'
ability disposition 4to 4 invasion, and domestic yiolencc Pcrii'i|> : -
: -redeem their bills in Gold.aiid. Sil\,- nd nn j tI' hi ttfe i c ursc of trade, to nccive as cash all sorts which he.had "accommodated" the merchants.. against foreign slt,: r."tl ble. (ro.. 'C\flU ofg.iltyjuy 1 .
the who havebten I
express provision all b:111k'chortt.requiringamplq of naiinlcd juec'a! 'cf paper with all sorts of hicroglypnics In the winter of 1933 Mr. Jaudon was in LOQ- perform their duty to people Ofrcin thtraigi of 111 to1 CcJ -;a4

!:. security tow given to the State farthe signed LObe bottom, is a guaranty don raising money at a very expensive rate to invited to Flori&i, and paid into the Treasury the ht.,.Mr. ArTIICt O'hIicr!

redemption J rfuifif issues in specie on J niinJ, and for tl.e payment in some part cf the vorld should meet the engagements of his'Bank. The English the price of their possessions. The militia native ot Londonderry' ,Ireland. .
the all On 2J, Mr. Ruru RFo'D'ca '
: of acts Incorporation
. pcrpetUllluldectJo" counties, the
'.\ C to tM control tfthe Ltgulalure.r rather p '\'ir the bills of the U. S. Bank, which papers frequently remarked, "this Bank' called into service, in'tbe', neighboring tcr, of New York. :. '.

' ,To avoid the necessity explaining principles once bud credit and a character, ; but it is truly' must: bcln singular circumstances when,instead. are. all required fur the defence" of their. own. On the 4th WILLIAM SLACOX,J&L y., --

k daily to the'Fcdemlist.'ho change theirs oftcner wonderful that nny northern/capitalist should (lending!money; its ugent is borrowing even at, ; hearths and families-it would be cruel to c Purser of the'U. S. Steamer Poyiictu '

It thah a March win. many of tiw Northern'LocoFocopapers hav ; plu :'d the least confidence in the Bank for 5 per cent interest while'bf good standing -; pect them'infdloia the savages to their southern I On the sam day'Mr.iDittT_ ict" ', ..'

the last the discount of their bills at : hiding places. Savages like other beasts ofprcy tothearmy. $
the wo years.Tohegin can procure 'I
: keep abo crced standing seldom On the otb, Lieut (. C. ROD tT3d Artinerr

: at the head of their columns It I is a good oneand : the Bank carried on for years 'aK from 21 to 3i% per cent." i are/only caught by/o/iam'n them-men U. S.,-An a grandson of one of thesfejers.of [

i may be profitably committed to memor bt fruitless> Iwar'.against 'Government. War -is a *In April la33 when it became evident that; kil- 'wolves- .from-.. their- own. door-steps._ I the Declaralicn Indepcndtnceisoa of ze for. '.

: : ,' every jfreeman. ', : I game quite'too expensive for'privatQ companies the New" 'York'Banks would_resume, specie payments ': :\ic"jearn, that Col.''JL>5ggs Sva4 at,Charleston: ipcf minister! :to Bucuos formed Ay-fare! gencf*; ,
disinterested ,
! .; .- -\yhcn t tlviDjfrar eacU otheiJitjsanhihUTatiun"or Diddle assumed the Autocrat for the last.i hen the l lei, and thit 600 regulars oii apt frsoldieiv'm -
. t'I" .._ ugujtut Southerner fiim tbVseryice basjost oge TI ,,: .-, ,,
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", 'I" i! :by. t"Iib1ie l tl'st 1itiQ '
\ .Uel'llu r..oct" nearlxj, ;to buhl There, wastheCtreat ay soon bcfexpccted. >' .- a-4 would cvcfhave-bccri'disUnguished where jjp

1 ";.. :. ., BAKX JUO OKX>....' '. < ATs.IL& ', JsVtthii tCoinpany Canada,of which Adams explaining the ,reasons why the Banks r la hi deeds were to performed. .J ,A
I ;, "Etcambia '. 'his 14 the 5 election! of \Walker Ande'iFsoaaud' Henry i. W. McCKjLuB U.
,,' '. \ County. the pditners \ princes rulinganlndian country could "not resume ; but sun was set- 1 The Oir the Gtb,Captain &: of-
r :;.: :' \WALKER ArDERSONr \. Blount'who Master of this Few oflictrs'st,
"' aslarte aTlhe States-this force of tfumbug could DO' further gothe A.NVnis for Escambia County,over Quarter post.: l.Ge
\ ,UnUcd company
HENRY). NUNISJ estimation'with the array than Cat or
: ; 'Jacob Astor and his associates New York Banks did resume, and hundreds of: has done so much dirty work for'the Bankfnthe higfier lID&-
t { County. drove ;awJohn' llcCrbb with the ciin''DCral1yhe!
; n
'j : R. MYERS.Franklik and fulslquwitly), by a regularly conducted thousands of Biddle's post.notes. for 'which he j Legislature his'fellow worker, Drake is popular and'belot d ; few men bad amorehafo}

'. 1. Ca'Jioun County. war, drove u way Lord Selkirk and the colony had received cash a year before went' into"'proj j f most gratifying. Mr. Anderson In the Convcn- py faculty of endearing, themselves to pU "th'

,'i* ILV'SNELL.County. and established by hint Of course test where they laid at'12,per cent interest, till tiorfproved himself of the thorough Democratic whom they arc brought into 1municatio... 1
! -: ..- Jackson coinj| any when the Federal Gover. School he is of ready I On the 8th Dr. AJIDBEW ANDEESOX, i
1Ar- .? Col. LONG.H the North vest Company came off glorious ; i iu in after' the 13th August, and moreover .a gentleman ot the Life and TiustX'a .

-"? r 'JFIRY'S.' it there it'C8 nor Ritzier, could no lopger stand between Bid- talent and most.amiable character. POOLE
| :W yet rs Jailed; were- no assets f 9Licut. Bx: ; 3d Artillery,U.S.All
2: j : & Galsden County. ? \\., used up,, war ;' .never ,has ItV be- die mid the public, and be was compelled to'resume I VVe announce to-day the disappearanccof fe- O the 10th,aged 13,SARAH,younjrcst r
j f- : of the late James and Anna Frrranu of K.
Jji\'( )' paid one cent of its debts.. The United case has occurred ;
I ', Leon Cuunq,. **%& : From that day to this the course of the United 1 'cr from f; Augustine. Notanejiv I and a beloved relative and member of Udi
&f I. l': >- LEIGII READ, StuUs'Iki'tik had no private institution to con. j this week and the convalescent all r ih-. Having teen deprived: t-f toth
States Bank has been. succession of trick '
( D.M'RAEN\, tent with,] but a more expensive antagonist a upon doing wcl). "- .early childhood she was tenderly reared byth '
JfeJ *- 'far ,:. i N. W. WALKER the lJeuejal Government. She bought 'no trick to procure cash funds at any expense, I'. the indulgent care of an affectionate grandmdthcr

:, ; H. ARCHER ; ,* or ammunition to on her war but in exchange for' its "promisesto pay," to any United States \nk'stock continues change and always taught to love'her distant cndef I Iand

t. ;- ft Jefferson. County.E.E. guns carry amount. and pay able at the most distant periodpossible. hands among brokers at from 70 to 80 per.cant, auht Ju-t one short year ago she ;was introduccd
jft1fc ULACK URN., she was driven to the greater expense of t.lut knowing ones think it not worth over 50. : as a child Into our family, since when?
\ZJ. 1. TAYLOR. rcIisifl3 influential, men and We learn: by private letters that two-thirds of
: Pu newspapers I all the fondness ot parental,.filial, and fratcnay "
% 1 Hamilton County.-- I< f Congress. The amount sunk by 500or| ,1000. Bank newspapeNbpthLng every the btock owned, in Europe. love has been fully realized, as each pang oiirj
." t that could diitcnd the bubble Life & Co. is 52 cents in the
v*- \ BELL.i Bank act of paper I Trust quoted bereaved hearts testifies- Youthful .l1JnJab
the i i BRIBES (politely called loans) to I .
: 1L' i Alachua County. J credit have continued hail dollar-.dear at that. I cheerful
*= these clian ctcrs'may now r'ossibly be divulged.members to every new contrivance I lovely,:sympathizing, ever-ready;
., : JESSE
F t f self to administer* comfort to th1reinJj
which the U. S. Bank into
{ : I .. ,1 1 "Dural County. To t lLl dir, ct J loss must be added the collateral was The report ofthc, ,death,of General Ja.cTtson'.1 ,wpndcV the, interest! .of- strangers: ndj, '

'. 1, *'LANCASTER, J. .neJJ. SOt, I loss result! .gfrom the vicious course pursued for its own existence, alan additional evidence proves to '10 untrue. We arc,glad- was" ii'er, behalf; but, UDtifi11' ',

i I &/. Johns' Counir. ofh power nnd'wiUingocss to relieve the country .wish the virtuous old. veteran witness the filial I could rrcstth
t' by her in icrbu.iuess in order to deceive the tfift do.couldlnot
": : :":,, B. A. PUTNAM,' **'.J'*f / K.J3. GIBBS. c > -' rtgnrd to r'po\\'cr in controlling there has'been evidence fully organized, in deadly ppppsitign'tor'lhe oilaj !b AOth'-1lrs' tnGi riJtTtt'iI ".. : .
'J 'WI dispassionately ,
every .
V; 'i changes. : rch 'tor.t,tnreatcacd "desirucvuSnUoevery ...oof.4" '_''
: MtiIoCuizIg. -I vpjt.cocfioration.s : ., ... ,. ? '
her is surikin the"
i 'Jq \Irfk-JWMti3L"WJkLJAMS. :. Secondly' I the weaker cstablihmcntwhe. that capital ; sweepings'oWvef'1 I : tinhgfArivJrica n. C .'1---CJj '. .. '}l1ftaJ. I, t. 'iand. '
any '" y. +
** 'MJtt't I.' ..'wAr > ,*_ old branches the stockof. broken bankC-and AlJosErn '.- ,- >-'.' '
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'to lXcs,3.dAnl'IlU
i w ,_ ''t4Mjtaflkh or.comincrcial i becomes in funds -- A-- '
;. rnn"tj.: ;.; "- .\uIaul.u1- u useless! .canals.andiViil. roadvand tiucs. of I M.' WuixBlfliti i latelyjat.Su\ Louis'ofcongestive .?,llth-A.E:,FjiEDiaND6CinS-d2:),a
t\ .. t!Ql I,1J T.oX. .the' n44ckI s ,re,1ts. 8 pecuIations. AStho'rca I ,1-- .fever.: I 9narne bus long been cori
j iinedspecuiators. i Hamburigia Germany., ,.
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,.V J"WTCM T*" TI ,CM Vt 'y. Imor'ftiiipsoiiof l.h ladlphlu,1ild I ::: necKjd with Florida, rfnd. as a Delegate:he.wasIndetaSgable llth-JACOB BEOWS, aa old.nnsfn-spt'C14b1i<;
Kv!% .WSR&tBXR! 'i .: '- in her interests d the'deveioperncnt.ut'licr .
t' < : pjrbriotiu
: t1r'i .t\V Yodrew ,ticar th::end". of : SIs1sIou1.. '-f" $ resilIenf. I ;', ft t..11
: '4 .ribfsrnflV. ,wu'Cott iizy.r.IIlGutNBo'1'JIAM. ] brtlli .. Banks"uort1 : ,resources:; Polished inaddressrcspectablip'point 13t \ -
''Jf 2 their careerJ their business was mot ntVeY' .None ortbq. PhUadclphia,ex.cept 1" A i. _
r- ,.',. f JS? .J->>,':'I- .,-,', ,,; this ; brilliancy ai-cffccr' , b ". .those'or flhOdc'Lsland'thelfttl. :: .. :'v v1i,.ggWj ..' ) ; : ;;IiQjv-as"fiUed! of talcnt8and1jun.ijingnmaustr to act a prbmii.nontp N. i ". ::> ::11

. It ,.1. ." 'I'.8ickrs 3 \hCfeStnLtis'1" J ,0 mcnt' t. ,- JtI lIowc".j',*den"?""uud* **heotilohg--- v"'v.sacrifices, was the certain.inx" have suspended ;. but, the efforts, to rnake su p n.' t ;nhauVerpubliebuiiiess'hc.undr.: ",'

hopo be sufficient for the i dication of their downfall.When .i un.n-ersalarc wondcrlul. Women of falIen : took. ;\ wish the\irtuesof; men to live while '
apology .non-appear. ,their failings lie buried but SilL the fhults! of tho 'w ? -' -' -. .i
I virtue'gi in .the downfall of thj 'vrtuois-o
t ancx', of our paper Thursday lait. ; Rfijlhbun of Buffalo had sunk in vain r> I departed should bchcld'upisauraing! to7 the <' ;

l' ; Ttlc ElthleDtI I speculations!\ that he ever owned, he made with banks. The great cry is the necessity_of j! living. 'The memory,of Col. White would have ; :.' ... 4A

Our columns bear mournful evidence himself a greater 'munthan he'ever, had been continuing the accommodations required by: been more respected had he nevcr.uceu connected I- POUT. or .sr. .IUG VSFLVRAUiVD.

to-day by monopolzing i constructions of all the merchants and manufacturers. In the nanio off "with the Alagon Grant, or the"piracies con. ,
that Deathhas been"mnongni*. Sr. Augustine { A- I contemplated under Uzcclixk'of' ft. -
buildings in utTaJo-tho manufacture of carriagus all humbuggcry, what have the merchants and ">
: franTtinVfmmenioriaf i ,
famed for its salubrity 5tb Steamer AVin. Gaston, Poinsctt 7Smyrna. CT
all eensons; was ,visile by sickness in 1331; .-.and various mercantile trades-by buy. manufacturers been doing during four 'C'd-rsOt' The Great Western nrri'in'new York on .
lug lines if 61e.un.bCX1ts and contraction,that they haver not brought their uc-I 5 Sch. Mcd'um, Magee, Bfccavhc; .ifr: ,
when the influx o'ff&Vnericaus upon] up iUigc-coaches the 2d.bringing English dates to the 10th. Shbririgs Key
consequent in short busing 'at and conduct. counts within proper limits They surely have : Steamer Southerner Budd, Charleston t
up any price but
longyarns, importance
the nothing
change of dominion, brought"with )iU-orj t many 14 Steamer Southerner Budtl \
icrificc been 'often enough called upon ; are they unable I : Charleston, 1
ing at jiny s any thing or any business that all the rascality of Nick Bid 'I"
found here, a fever (brought from t\b afat.DIl; i except via Savannah, 24 hour.v.SAILED.,
that could be for his notes and would orunwilling ;'if unwilling, make them-ifl 0 J ., '
purchased : '
to stranger, though tlio.rcsidcht inhabJUinU f,die and his Bank .is not yet known in Europetlier ?"" :: "
rej j unable let the fact be declared the whole
produce au mmediato return of ; country Nov. 2 Sch. '
ready money. think thcni MaTy Wilkes Speighttg** .
however quecr.affairs
mained unsuth(d. Since then'n prevailing I| ,r ,
should not be overflowed with issue .
an off t'ashler.rM
Forging not for 5GOO each, and themin S-Brig
Has selling .
sickness until this autumn, when
: appeared i
theV'York market ut $3,500 formed apart 1 l worthless paper money merely because few j Charles Fenton fiercer, Member of Congress '2 Sch. Stephen FranccMaeChrT
. from causes impossible to dcfini-, we .nrc called ,
1 ,of his f fi nancialystem-the end wt e know.. city merchants are. ushatned to own that they for Virginia, an old ,Fed-cmIL"t is appointed ton. .t' ": -1.
suffer 1 in the.infliction'
Providence 2 ch.
to 'Roll
by ,
upon Magnet jy Savannah. 11'
cannot pay tHcir debts. The Banks neither! Cashier of the Bank and will
can Union
Nicholas! iddle t : yissume .2 ,
thbycar :iunfortipately common toll t the sou. was called a great finan- -Sloop Levant -; do.

: them, cities. '. ., j ci "r: '; such] also were all the foregoing. A weaken themselves, or !lose, by .breaking the command after he has voted for.a federal, Spea, 2-. Sch, Virginia. Antoinette, Placc, i Charks..
merchants"-the Banks resources remain un-1 ker. The must be fond of work-h ton. .
: ', : AVe haye no name for; the.fever-indeed iti i; ,.good tinan ier."ls something respectable, butja ;I man .
2 Sch.. So
Empire, wick. Charleston ,
whether f
: changed, they protest all the merchants' has it at both cuds of the line. ,
\ .more easy to say what it i? not than what"- ,is, 1 t tso "greatfin ncier" is something synonymous !'II Steamer \ '. GaSt Poiasdtf.,.Black Creel
, notes they hold-and l let them Jay until they can .
.f. diversified nt. the cu trsa remark we boil!!I with a greuj !rascal. Diddle was a "great fi- Int iau. .

.liwe that gcru'raily! applies to nil epidemics j jwhifch 1: nanciftr." Iris Bank ,was', crippled. '. in 'a war I be paid orwhctherihcy give up.these notes,.according On the morning of the 9th a,party of volunteers : @8DEAIF. Q)1ID T" .
to daily practice,for,other notes for the "
thu fa: t ,, against Gcnoral I Jackson the of : .2ubcfiber? !Informs UH tiiizeat '4- ;
for 1
< appears ) a community : t expenses procuring were fired upon by the Indians at M'Intoshs, TUB > *-: "T&. .
J! t same mouDt.,oi t.'d.'by. the same partics-pay. I 'I and "iciuy. ilmt he b.ui jUITtIITha.4 1
* diversified htvblts: and collected from vurioysclimntcs.a n new charter from the State of Pcnn-t Hammock near.Micanopyj !
I .mouths one killed, two ; from the North !ia uio Stbr. ,
; able 3. or'G hence, to be then replaced + l'IIDIa'luleutettfO.ant&_? .
:; ,. :, j'r:cliania-stl 1. (urtller'reduced') her resources ;t. wounded.A : % ** ', has rf ceiteit by 11M iainal'jt,'.d.&I$rted iok of <':
: -
by' other notes, of the same kind. It i fc, to be +
;1.;The first case.curred. in,SepteinbiT,and so' but so increased her credit that she was enabledI j horrible kind-hearted folks hear at ,- gentleman arrived from Tallahassee" met a 'IPrtrr.; .. ia-n4i ( b ; '
to to
: fur as 'humanVgcncy concerned appeared I to uxcliango tier promises to pay. .vhichcircu.. 1 sure the notes. and of house Mr. Lee wounded near the'Flat Ford ou the O- r : COtSJSTI:co -r >: 4*1:

I *'traceable to a family recently arrived from i: lating throu' hOUt.t'l' Union came.foif/y back have been dishonored acceptance,but it is some far more great horrible cilia ; thd i Indians, 'aoout 15 in number r, were CLOTHS SAf 1NET, KENTUCKY. JEANS; .1

, Charleston and thoiiorthcrn pfirt'of far.rydempti' n, for the.notes and drafig'pC'sol.. to law and'morals that the Union should be ;.plundering his house ; a party of five endeavored Flannel, DLntet, 'Ercceh *nd. EncJMi Slcn'nbij, .

the city. It ,sprcnd rapidly In that quarter,.Its t vent men, w, ich were soon paid in gold and sil. periodically I to"get a'shot: at them but thelndians made. Al ouslino do l.ninrv3.Ii I- averted coli r.,. ; ."
cheated institutions'of \hich it : .
attacks by Druhaftl rini and nrsntc'IIY; ,, -f .
confined children I
principally] ; ver.With' knows nothing.-; except that, after deluging' the off one of them throwing away his rifle.. ,.t; Silk 'Imndkerchicf .Wea'hed! and.'w.,

from thence it crept in every dirctioniiid1ivictims 'j ?1 1-: ; the"chpital! thus borrowed_ : from,the pub world with paper money,"and, making credit* The schooner Victoria Capt.Kenyon; is char.tered .'1 uubleacbcd UfJme'p-, V

multiplied. Of nntivHlborn' iuhabitanU. tic,hisJJatik' t pn-fcTvimmingl i until Jackson to take the Indianafnpw, i in Fort Marl!. '. li..b.Lluenand" Diaper i i., -.c "_'
t1ho turn '
t..ofcri community
mn they Frtneb. .
Efifftifh and American
not 'd&ed-pe9plu the north have ', admirabfc !? ; 1t
from issued
documcntf the Specie Cir onto New Orleans she sail "Furniture .'
't .- the key on alljhe specie they have accumulaU ;, ,will Monday. -' Calico. Checks Mareilfeh Qtriiw.
: been the principal sufferers, especially persons :, cuar,, whlC, turned, 'back upon the .Bank. the ed and tell the the"yromsc" ,* Ladies"CIiks, Oeias'and Gfu!; ; flonneti .
:who have,resided here U-ss than a.ycnr. current: of piper thut jt'" had.put in' motion fiii "people they may. pocket rNAMES NAMES! *" and Hood*. Went*.ami; ,BOy H f.i.with In l'!. hrt .

Appalling the'pcitilcnce, has been, we hnvo' i: ; regular hon els to every.corner, of the Union. J The staunch; ,fjello rnti Whig paper,'. th
". _abundant, cause_ thankfulness.! to a protecting 1- :.' During the fall I of 1530: and winter, 1837,dw-: "A Democratic friend in a city f } of a neighboring Ncwburgh.Gazette; is cut!in a new and enlarged I Irlrcss. I '- ._ r i_ f.vnwAAir; -
Providence- I for 'favored with a climate 1 I This is cheeriog for 'our prosptcts iI''. N..B -AH, Good boif !'I' at myetarandnojb& :,
baying us
than the State
trr was no. jvhere more apparent with writes to caution us against "Old ,
.V. y .
Orfltoger Etc. Star. ,
I n; a* repre euted i to be. tna/bo rrturned wiiiiin r
which tempers even the most frightful jecoorpe. j. United States Bank. Byjhe: ,month of April the, ism upon, Bank suspension Now)it our"ultra.1 JOHN.. Q., ADAMS once wrote, \ I lon,% and the money'will refunded. 1. L.. 24 .,

that can pfflict mankind. \VhiIe abroad >ye Banks cou'.d! lo: nothing for the merchant, and very on\'eDicnt.r r tbe.Banks in his If we cannot alter, tiling N".12. JS39. '. -h': :' _

hear'death follows an attack with almost unerring the broker rho had begun by shaving'others, pend and txfeditnt for the Democratic; paper BJT G- -d we'll charge' their nirnei, lIr" r ".JYotic. "- .. i,'

certainty"here we have se l1"'f ndrcds of: were tbcmsuV es shaved ribbands. The merchants .I which our friend is attached to handlcthe question -I what,.DemocraticWhig kind We should.tike to know B'Y pe rmic.ioii of ihe Jinleu ui the Conrtty <9)Ptv.
& .of an UnimaHhat L. It i is like a vhilt St. Johns C.mnir. will be oW ih
at. Court
cases yielding immediately medicine and ,bad'c--- nsequeutly an immense amount of: with downy gloves but as,there happens to t crow we suppose or a temperate drunkard or t 'i'I'nl/Uj8 ia ih City tf t't. Monday. tbe.

medical treatment and there existing no 'a11 I n go iable paper on hand entirely unavailable; be no honesty in this suspension,and a corruptionof celestial ti nd.. What will the Opposition resori )16h clay of December next ,between the hours of Jit

cause for epidemic we have no reason lo d I to next, after I AiI'clockofdtday, .. .', {
with sornnn, ) hungry Jlsaus around ready togive public morals, is_fatal to the.stability oi a stealing as.SiiucsrEAREsays, th 'r "
j that when that which has prevail is pas-1 i all livery'of hleavento, serve the Devilin.' II"-. A HOUSE AND LOTV -"c ,, ':0 t---:
now for a i i immediate mess of pottage, and republic, ami Bunks,like other swindlers,'cannot'be Sunaied! in Hospital Mieet in aid city. and bounded

Bed EJ. Augustine may'continue to CTJJV the : the whole .wbi prepared to extol any jneacure.ho sent, to, the penitentiaries, net co'urse remains THE BOUXTY OF NATURE.-In' Michigan, :east by aid treat. sooth by a lot of.Gotnez;west:'

chaicctcr'for salubrity %.fhehae RO, long nr.d, might propose, Diddle, camo forward but 'to gibbet,them injhc newspapers. thel'rec Press they have raised morethan, twen,say by.a 'lot of the entato of G *par P py, dee.,and north'.

BO justly merited.. Sevcrnl'alight. frosts ii !]$3dittely *"-;;.:;, with,his'gcn rous and disinterested scheme for ty bushels of wheat to each man. woman and I aid north lot by belongs property to the-tbe flbte Itoutah Anrelica Caib.>Iie..WjJIjam'dcc. 'Chuzch.

afff'.lteeUbe malady- we have heard of ( rtlutirg the en Xarrusmenis of &e: The Nick Biddle's. concern the Pensacbla' Bank child best banks in the after State.all. The" Banks of earth are the .. and sold to pay debt. Condition*_ .:'

no new case for several days end,ha\" the authority i.cIemo> '\!.t 10 Bank will issue post notes pD.)".. "wasn't slow" in suspending the instant it heard I Nov.2.; 1833.. aAaiPSQX WILLIAMS.. &',.-

of! the physicians for announcing that ( able .in Euro] e America at 12 months- from the monster was bankrupt. Notice.IX :I J0STfron1a Library ia th euy : -

the fever has'disappeared. 'i ; weeks after date I will Carroll'a lliiiorical Collect ions;of.
date, and rect vc in payment third cash dovn fiJ apply to the ugao South Carolinn 1.

-.: The wholb\number of cases has been- nocul and the balai e in approved paper,payable in The, changes in thp stations! of the 1st. and 3dArtillery of administration thi,County Couil on' the of SUobiw Estate of Countr.A/ for letter I volume! RojEUseto'a Confeutomi.s', ,"j'

4 700 ; tbe number of deaths about"' 50" in all,the.| three, and .six oniJis. Thus fore the 'Pretended mentioned in'our 'last have, not we /MGViA'.Lite ofsajd'Coutitydeceased.TJIUJ_ : 04 Tbo borrower, ,wiI! be pleased to.depcaitjhem.: .':

latter arc most sensibly felt,from thr.'l1 umlxr of r llet. the na Ic. advanced not one: dollar ; but now learn'been'ordered.' NOT. 2. ISP._EDMUND WALLEN. i iWot this ffice. 10th, h_ -.
__1 individuals of note, consequence,nnd character on the contra iy,. received in cash one third of' t ice. -'l Card. ".1,1>.:
The Metropolis says that Gen. Macomb will C* IX WEEKS lAtrdaie HE Jndjje of tba Superior Coort will"atten t,1
I will | T
Vho are included. what she niscd i in apply to the lion
to and the
pro pay a year, bU"DI'U-llialtU.! tho. B .
attempt to retrieve his Chitto-Tustenuggce-ism p Judge of the County Court of Sf upon nca 'orbn/
The city:of New York has carried the eptire balance she r ceivcd in 3 and 6 month 'This[by assuming the command in Florida with 5000twn. Loamy. for Latter*-of Administration OD tne Et tltte' Circuit'-at hi* Cbamben in th, City Toes4'"
ih of Leut., ff. Thursday, and ,Saturdays, from 11 o'cock"if! i -
fortunate ation and S.JKKSriyGS.
; suspension of late of sail
Van Buren Tickdlor legislature. epe spe. forenoon .
-- ki doc. N 12.. WI!. G. countY"t: to -|Lpat 2 P. M. f
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