The Floridian
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Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: July 20, 1839
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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June 8th secured, there can be rear therights or the Ji a re, proposed the,subject:was hastily) considered, .and the necessity r which have not been: issued and'r oId, end passed:'satniseit
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them .on the part of Congress. ,unjust i rtiuce of the times f mishcd some apology for its Introduction; Bnl t hands of bona-fide' holders:," before the day rofthe. ,.daleof;*
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Fairness and honest can longer giveni daj report.n i 4 .
resolu.tions were voted for by both rrreF'cti :, of error IS past. The: people are getting enlightened i,and'will,I The report_also proceeds- 'o..I'8' ,
bank in a pure spirit of nd opponent s I trust, administer theproper'rebuke to a further perseverance e But it is competent for the Territorial Legislature-with?
FELLOWCITIZENSThe al was mnde in 110 conciliation antll: harmo ay. Tin! in the evil. the consent of the corporation, to amend their charters IB akyu
situation in which your great kindness has I JOpe-that Congress spirit of harshness to the banks but i1 I I But can a more wild and mischievous project be imagined manner deemed proper ; and the resolution which the coitestf

creates emotions of a character far too exciting to be de and Occupying, a moved from the excitement afrectil1 b than this giving the solemn engagement of Territory to any "tee report to the Senate in relation to these two acts, will show;.*
Most of those I see around me on the! .present occasion, Justice to the poSition; impartiality, would act so a s persons who may, subscribe certain amount of shares of bank that, in the judgment of the committee, it is expedient to.f3n' its
whom almost every day 1 meet actively engaged as dO of Calhoun, Webster people. One hope was that the greai t L stock? For the security of)the small sums in our Territorial the corporators an option and an opportunity to obtain_ pro' *.". .
business pursuits, were, on my arrival I in Florida, either I madge, and others Cla-v' Wright Hubbard' Rives,, Treasury, seldom amounting at any time to three thousand dollars per amendments to their charters, if they see fit."' : .>*U
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: grown and embarking with: me on the great theatre of our tem'd ) Congress, might be bronchi to bea, we have an Auditor and Treasurer, appointed by the Now I do not understand that these charters have beeBrap-"-
not yet arrived at maturity. Since then we have travelled Had the spirit- apply concession corrective as m'8ft be need, Governor, and solemnly bound by an oath and bond and security proved by Congress, but on the contrary''their sanctionis'ezressly --
in hand togttlier-witnessed the same scenes joined elsewhere, the pervading that body, beer I to guard! them safely and disburse them agreeably to law. withheld! and condemnation of them is pr nounced.hey .- ..
same sports;and t.ogethern! politics i i if nut in war, have might and would have agitation been avoided.attending this exciting sub-, Now, why all this precaution, when our bonds and endorsements are advised to apply to the Council, and obtain proper*
the same battles side by side. The history of each of us case. Shortly after the This, however, "'as t the true treasury of the Territory, are rashly and without -. amendments their charters Suppose they refuse to abideby
, our county has been known to the other for nearly) fifteen introduced into the adjournment of the conventior I any just protection or security confided to the amount ofMlions this advice, that they assume the language of defiance ud insist:r ,
I We have with its Legislative Council, and treated i ir I to anyJjodyjhat.thesftrnrporr.r ] the retention of thpi _- ..* ,
past. grown growth, and strengthened a mannei as to iM may select to turn on A rr- -v :- -r 1.-k-.tdbt:
I its( strength. We can recur to the time when this lower branch remove all hopeofiis! n.miri.ble adjustment,I them to the best account? the position of CX'gress? Ifnot driven to a rtpealjotj&; &.- ,.",..::
village, of that body, in a vain of ; .. time has been _. Li .r.iiAnallv..l how .h, -com* *- : ,. '
I with spirit opposition,, My l l1 .citp.; me wnc u. ; H"w not r--r -- 'i
filled good society, a thriving, industrious "
! and resolutions denouncing those of the convention, and I ism and love of country in the land, when individuals gave their! avoided.Vhat will be their course when they are informed i e !
population, having churches, its schools, and Court that this is determination of tire banks-thatalthougb three
with the
acrimoniously its
:I supporters. Here the bank in-, property, nay even their lives, to their country.Vhat a contrast ;
all indicating the elements of morality and general t ( was again exerted, and was seen in active operation.. is presented now. The patriotism of the present day would years have elapsed since that report, the first step'to au.a nd- \
We remember the time when this very spot was a wild, measure was introduced by a member then interested i ir I seemto consist in sweeping the public treasury into the pockets ment or alteration of their charters has not been made, exceptto
: pine tree was undisturbed in its native vigor. On such and Trust Bank obtain lhat insist on, obtaining the *
: and now an agent, and supportec I of private' individuals. new grants they guarantee
casion the recollections of former days press upon us ; actively by a member, now President of another i institu It will be seen that 1 contest the power of governments in of the Territory, and upon all the other obnoxious pro- /'
old friends and associates; of those who, though far while other influence I visions. '
' was obtained in other q uar ters.-. general to make the grants in question. Let us see whether c
. foreign lands, are yet near to us, and dwell in our Senate did not respond to this rashness of the lowei Congress itself the power in the cases under consideration These different views should, my fellow-cilizens, in my bum
;r: There are White, and Brackenridge, and Webb, and but rejected the measure. During the late Congres, for it is obvious, if she has it not she cannot transfer it ble judgment, operate with the Governor refuse any further \\
bell, and Hort, and Stewart, with others. I would allude election il was again introduced, having been made the: to her agent and subordinate, the Governor and Legislative endorsement to these institutions, and influence .him to insist .'
honored dead, the near relatives of many around me, but of objection to me, connected with much obloquy and I Couucil. Congress derives her power over the Territory from upon their coming forward, surrendering their obnoxious \
emotions will not permit the mention of their and seldom At all events due regard to public .sentiment, as \
names. with fair and candid discussion. Having the necessity of the case, to supply thc defect of government privileges. a *
4 t all the mutations occasioned by this lapse of time, 1 should that measure as your delegate, it is due to you to I occasioned by the small number of inhabitants, not the ample already expressed, would dictate the.propriety of suspending

f f been so fortunate, my fellow-citiiens, as to preserve y a full explanation and account of it, and to meet the va. po\\tr of a sovereign state, deriving authority from the only any further action, until Congress and the Council. can have. an i <,
1 gard and confidence, is the richest consolation I could objections thai have. been raised to it. true source from which it can properly emanate, from the people opportunity of considering the subject. lf'
enhanced as it is by the superior consideration, that the is said the convention had no power to pass resolutions ;;; ;but a power confined and restricted to the exigency of the Such, my fellow-cilizens, are the reasons, imperfectly.stated, j

yon have bestowed, wholly unsolicited on my part, they were sent to make a constitution and nothing more. case, to its necessity, precisely the power of a guardian over which induced me, through the resolutions proposed itt-the' $
warm expression of your own generous feelings, conferred right, my fellow-citizens, has the Legislative Council, oi. the property i of a ward, to preserve the estate and save it from convention, to desire a revision by Congress of all the acts.of J
one having no offices to give, and no returns the Council the of banks' and of rail roads, and to : ;
to make
= : jury, or any number of persons convened on ihe public: waste and destruction. The constitutional power given to on subject! :
: poor thanks for so rich an effusion of your bounty. flly to pass resolutions, or petition Congress in reference to I Congress is in perfect accordance with this view. ,. Congress desire that the issuing further bonds or endorsements binding i
; re have convened for" purposes connected with the of interest ? rules the people of the Territory, should be prohibited. TIat'the'
public Have all these a power beyond a shall have power to dispose of and make all needful respecting J
J' good) ; and as the humble services rendered by me on of the people, solemnly selected for the most mo, Territory or other property- of thc United States." resolutions are free from objection, and the best that could bay* j

occasions have met your approbation, 1 propose to occasion on earth ? The duty of that body, as defined Now if Congress can, under pretence of passing''necdjid rtde,' been devised has never been pretended. It sufficient ,that ra
I J such subjects of general interest as seem to me at this was to devise the most efficient, speedy, and proper- borrow money on the credit of the people to loan to ABC to the opinion oi two-thirds of that body, composed as it was of ,

deserve your consideration. for the formation and establishment of an indepen-. speculate and buy negroes with, or even to pay up their old gentlemen of talent and ability, none better'were offered.It'is
l'' The arrangement recently made by the General! an matter to cavil and find fault ; but I ask the m styjolent : -;.-'
state government. Now they were not confined to the debts, I see no limit to their power. She can with equal pro- easy -
a !Dent with the Indians is unquestionably the subject of any designated means, and whether these objects were to priety barter away all the privileges and rights most importantto of those who condemn that measure' even at this dfy-with
; interest. With Floridians there can be but one sentiment by other means than merely making a constitu- the future state. This would indeed be the principle of f all the light of experience, with ample time for reflection;to propose -
ling ; every consideration of honor, of policy, and of was for them to judge. abolitionism. Such a doctrine is too monstrous to be enter- OAe that would have had a more salutary effect'at the*.
for the safety and lives of our exposed fellow-citizens alike it is further said that has time, 01 that promises better results if honestly..dealt b9- Tb -
Congress no power to repeal tained for a moment. It goes far, far beyond any ground on
t: bids their permanent location amongst us. This should charter granted by the Legislative Council, and the re which the doctrines of the protective tariffs, or internal improvements field is open even now. Let any one propose a reniedywbtcfrwill .
- be allowed: ; and we owe it to ourselves to use all suitable admit a power detrimental to our free institutions, and by the United States, have ever been pretended to effectually) quiet the public mind,and secure'us a iptit.
prevent a measure fraught with results so disastrous to a sanction to the doctrine of abolition so obnoxious to the be sustained. ills of our former flagitious system of legislation, arid he shall
i;: peace and prosperity. Entertaining these sentiments I and have thanks. I will most readily yield to him: thV fcltest
feelings of thc Southern people. It i is a great But if the power were conceded to Congress and the Legislative my
: did not concur in the resolutions commendation and hail him as a ,public benefactor.',, >lfear< /
lately adopted at :: to draw a comparison between charters granted in the Council, I think that it can be conclusively shown that ,
t" not regarding them as appropriate or justified by and those by the Territorial government. There is as its exercise is not, and has never been, consistent with moral however, that is scarcely to be expected. The work of cavil
: good policy. Let me here add that I have and will continue, and 'there} .are fifty ready
confidence in a difference between them as there is between the iwo go- propriety. Is there any one who believes that this large sum misrepresentation
bead of department charged with the conduct of this themselves. In the one case the grant is made by of nine millions and a half of dollars, or even six millions and a to pronounce censure, where there is one .competent to the execution
He is a southerner, and I trust he is not the man to allow I themselves through their Legislatures, whose action half, would be paid by the public in case of the failure of the of any work.

-. national honor to be tarnished in his hands, or the ect to no earthly supervision ; whereas, the enactments ol corporations ? Could they thus be brought to submit to such But. my fellow-citizens, the convention did their duty; they
>; die south to suffer prejudice through his indiscretion. and Council are by express law made subject to taxation, or other means necessary to effect such payment ? I, interposed the first remedy for a disease that has been preving .
The subject next in importance is that of the Hanks, of Congress. &. The laws of the Council shall answer, no They never would consent to it. The people of upon our vitals-the first barrier to invasions that have been
mately connected and interwoven as it is with our future be submitted to Congress, and if disapproved shall the Territory would in my sincere opinion abide as faithfully gradually encroaching for years past upon our most important' ,.
i [ail prosperity. It received a large share of attention from nc'fOJ th be of no force," are the expressions contained in by an honest engagement as any in the world. Were money rights and privileges-whilst the Council have from'the commencement ,

Delegates in the constitutional convention, lately of Congress organizing the Territorial government. fairly obtained on their pledge for purposes of their own, I do been cryin.gB'i'veg've, to any, and. all that may- juk -
Joseph, and wa amongst its most delicate and arduous this law the right has been exerted by Congress on re- not hesitate to say that they would redeem it to the last cent, i if f and have given with the most lavish and profuse hand all ihata
eI. It was forced upon that body as a subject of :7'.i'.1'A occasions of repeal, alteration, nnd amendment. Bank they had even to pay larger sums than those stated. But I do they ask, the convention interposed to save a.'remnant from the .
onsideration, and was not sought after as has been l have been repealed, as well as laws imposing taxes, and believe I hey never will consent to move a finger for the cases mere wreck. They have appealed to the proper authority for '
pposed by many. The failure of four banks in the granting divorces. Nor is Congress confined to the that have occurred, and the more determined will this spirit be a correction of the evil. It Congress fails, and refuses:Her'tfi g-':

idlin a few years past, each of them attended with heavy of this power, as some suppose, to the session at which when I the subject is more fully understood. Now, my fellow- char -der dutY-If she allows and permits tbe madness,.that!, i
o our citizens, and produced as they all were by gross, arc suit to them for revision, hut may exercise it at any citizens, it was well known that the people would never consent threatens to involve us in a common ruin, let.the consequences .
< ,' '0 the part of officers or others connected with those nrs as was declared 1JY the Finance Committee of f to abide by this engagement. It was given under the hope be upon her own head. If condemning the pledge of the ***
' r I oils, as was naturally to have: been expected created a of the United Slates in 1830, in the following em- and expectation that they never would be called upon for per- public faith, as was done in 1836 ; ifafter"baviui fo warning ,
_ satisfied and feverish state of the public mind. The language There is no limitation point of time upon formance. Independent of this most abundant reason, groundfor as she has had, (through these resolutions, he permits the evil, ,
::N. ation of the other banks added to this embarrassment on jiowcr of Congress to disapprove annul the acts of the objection is found in the condition of the Territory itself.- she, and not the people of Florida, will H justly answerable-to' :-
I rt of the convention. The question occurred as to their Council." It is well known that our Territorial government is sustainedby the world for the consequences. Nor will it. be enough, to. :say J

ion in the new government, and what disposition was to question must then be conceded as far as the abstract Congress, they paying all the principal officers, leaving a.. that the people were represented in the 'Legislative Council!, i,
de ofilicm. They had charters for periods be'OIlllthe of the power of Congress is concerned, to repeal a bank few unimportant ones, such as sheriffs, constable, &c., to be' and ought not in the first instance to have permitted it. It is
plated existence of the Territorial go'crumenf.Vere of the Territorial government. The inquiry yet re- provided for by the Territory, yet it will be seen that the reve- well known the representation of the people in that body has
'' titled, in case of our assuming the position of a state, to as to its expediency, and whether the public good re nue for a portion of the time has been inadequate for even this ever been a nominal one, they never having had confidence'
ue the full txtcnt of their terms ? The, Territory had its exercise. purpose. Our ordinary revenue is about $3,000, and the nor taken an interest in the miserable apology of a government, ..
. public faith to the Union bank, giving bonds (payable to resolutions contemplate the action of Congress in two Territory has been repeatedly insolvent. Yet while dependantupon permitted to them. No! It has never been theirs, bCiugfeder;
; : der to the amount of three millions of dollars, and had -first, in a general revision of the laws in force about the charity of others for a subsistence, involved even for; ral creation entirely, and but for the salaries paid to the/offi. ;
r5ed for the Bank of Pensacola to the amount of half a and rail roads ; and secondly, in a repeal of so much I small amounts, still do we venture to throw our bonds and en- cers, would long since have perished in its own weakness and F ,

L' Were these engagements necessarily binding upon laws of the Territory as authorize the further endorse- dorsements into foreign markets, where they are bought undo "nefficiency. '.' ,

;t' d It as if entered into by herself' ? The Territorial of bonds. I the exalted idea of obtaining the guarantees of one of the free Great complaint has been made of the agitation, of these .. -
ads authorized a further g rant of iheir endorsement upon first of these propositions I have already attempted to: governments of 'i mericaVbat! would be the effect of such subjects, as calculated to do much mischief. For my own part:
of the Bank of Pcnsacoh the amount of two in the remarks already addressed! to you ; and I now conduct in private life I leave to others to .determine.Let I desire not to disturb the fairly acquired and just rights ;of
upon those of the Southern Life Insurance and Trust to the consideration of the second, whether the en- us then, my fellow-citizens, discourage and defeat these these institutions. In the remarks I have made, the qaes-:,
an amount without limit. What course was to be $ of the Territory should be given to the two institu- obnoxious schemes, and if we cannot correct the evil as to the tion, it is evident, has a different bearing.. ,We ask .to
c' reference to these: ? No wonder that a body, composed claiming them. The system of giving the public credit bonds> already issued, (and I for one am not disposed to disturb be let alone. We want our property to remain with and "

convention was, of bank directors, attornies, and under any pretext, in so offensive to every prin- them if it can be avoided,) let us at least prevent the recurrenceof not to be taken from us. We wish our credit to ,be "
\ many of them maintaining bank prerogatives to the of right and justice, so obnoxious to the spirit of f.our in- it for the future. If the public credit is available, let it be retained and applied to our owns uses as a. treasure worthy L
.Anton lire one side, whilst others as: stoutly) asserted the o that I can scarcely trust myself to speak alit in terms used for some purpose in which all can unite and participate in of preservation, not to be surrendered to the demand of
doe tunes of state and legislative supremacy, no Objectionable when given to.i i individuals, it is ;' the benefits. We are all made to bear the responsibility. It' others, to be used to the advancement of the schemes of tbeir
the convention association formed for 'is but fair that we should come in for a share of the proceeds. '
was deeply agitated in the offensive when granted to an stockholders and directors. The 'war is with them upon the
ussion of these exciting topics. So far had this of banking. I ask the defenders of the system on Let it be reserved for the purposes of education and internal rights and interests of the people and the true question ?st ;
ailed, and such was the apprehension of serious injury ground they will maintain it ? In despotic governments, improvements, as a resource from a calamity such as visited whether they or the people are to triumph in their: unholy ext A r
tbJt a proposition was made in a caucus convened by the king or sovereign enjoys the right taking the Charleston in the destruction by fire of a large portion of the actions. I am free to admit that kept under proper restrictionsand ?;.
of the banks, to break up and return home! of one subject, and giving it to another, or applying city, as a relief from taxation if necessary. It is too obvious, properly conducted, Banks have been and .may be highlj :-
*1* defeated. That the convention succeeded in a own use ; but I am not aware of the existence of such a that if this system is persevered in, our credit will be ruined : beneficial to any country ; but when they advance.inordinate*> '

J in disposing of these subjects so as to quiet this us. In regular governments of the people they give our diameter will suffer, and we shall be held up to the world ,pretensions, insist upon improper claims, and lose sight of,
tes ?re harmony to the body, thereby enabling them to of their property to the government, as a means of as the abettors of the grossest Imposition, and of lire folly of :their proper positions as institutions for tbe advancement.of the.*.
,With their work, showed the wisdom no less than the and support, and as a price which every man giving to others what should have been used for our own bene- J public good, they become a curse, and opposition to them most,
ron of that body, to act fairly and uprightly the pay for the enjoyment of liberty. But I never knew that fit and advantage. ',and will ultimately prevail. **

tr high duties. In what manner this was done it is was ever given either expressly or by implication, to Having considered this subject generally the Interference, I will now of endea-Congress Most heartily,,my feUow-ci lens, do t concuriu a ,thq' .sentiments -1
10*to inform you. The subject to take property of A, B, and C, and transfer vour to give you special reasons why
generally was re offered reference admission rntotbe.QnionDIaY
of these institutions. On I just In to our :
first should be invoked to two tt
Legislature that E furnish them the means of speculation, and ofj as
might be selected under the : and to United States instructed J the day be not far distant when this inestimable privilege;,
omt. B the 21st 1836 the Senate of the
The the of A May, ,
in k
If taking
the question as to the further issue of fortunes. wrong property Finance into the character and I shall be enjoyed by us. If its cost be great, its worth will tsioDet. ,'
their committee of to inquire
greatest embarrassment. in this is not the injury aggravated by taking
fM' All seemed to concur manner, for such ? Its condition, and amount.of capital of the several banking insti11 1 than pay the price of its acquisition. Nothing valuable 'tan* .
excenl'on8, that no more ought to be issued. r perty of the entire community purposes tutions which have been chartered within the last three years I be obtained for a small price. ,Let it be remembered.that the .f': '
were was as to the means of prevention. Various ro said, however, that the property of the community not of the Territorial government of Florida, and to make.report i inestimable'privileges of freemen are above..al I price,.Y* IfVH&tj, if'
the made asserting( the different views of members, but only the credit of the people sfoen, a pledge ""by to tbe Senate, whether in their opinion any legislation on 1 the loss.of the constitution is Justly,to be regrettedtbefelisreason { "F
i : thi"lWUcl.1
nominal never
resolutions so well known to you, were ado public faith, a "mere can the Congress is in order to disaffirm the establishment I tc,rejoice that the effort has been made. Success seUoa', .?
f the amount for and will accomplish much good in bringing in capi- part necessary .. '
which! bonds ,haye been I of said charters." mends the first trial of any great important undertaking 4.
Territo?nonni nal authorized to be issued, to show the extent. ., into the country. But, my fellow-citizens of the according is its most That committee, at the head of which was Mr. Webster, made rhe time must and will come, and that not far distant,wfeetr fcjif #

"ee-, Terrrtoria obli8ation.1 They complain of the humble conception wealth, the and credit should be estimated country far above a report, from which} I.read the following extract= I IU people: roused to a sense of their true interests i,trflT bunt:Ibelihacklesof *., :
government element of condition *
generally, on the two their imperfect ana intoijjjeiaiafie
w banks : The committee hardly deem it necessary.to remark, at any emerge
of the and rail 1 roads, and ask Congress a and'enu in your Treasury. It is intimately If cherished con- great, length, on extraordinary nature, and provisions of if a'riew existence. Whilst' upon;.this subject; let us'do .Et.:

dservs subject.f The jnost scrupulous regard is paid : with your honor and integrity: as .pcoJle.will? fill Trea- the act for increasing the capital of the Bauk Pensacola t:o our fellow-citizens: :i in the East._ .Suf1 txlg' largely! from 'IrHau : '
Ie the obli lions of rved in proportion to its it your deyastalions, they have, fromthe"cr-- tM.itUd' '
the 6a contracts, the i "'and the act incorporating! the. Southern Life Insurance and : ee att ;
I 11tb1s. ?nor of the people of tbe Territory, yet I though empty. It will be a resource, and sustain us. un.of u'T.rnif.Company.'\ The ""ac I"th mlelv.e 'are now brought ,to'upon the postponement'of'this question.fver.'hyVthe .* ...r cii d bat's.iti t= r

tartu1!i.ask.ed*, that Congress will so act "as to I ; afflictions which must attend'every. will people, in schools lime the attention of the Senate, 'an!!.their! nature and provisions e voice of other'sectionst* scnt'de S p "Wo ,". rn;
,Ukribeir J t rights and other calamity. In time of peaceJt give you Mw8DDOD.lwho.r,not skil-trJ Je ":
privileges. originally
the *' are.clearly.seen. ,BW the commnteeare''cearlyof! :: :! opinion : '; s!) -.e .N
be and resouree
ofV.rtue and talent, expand
ice rtgrettetJ, my y Cellow-citizenl 1 that this I promotion Lctui.den.it. utbattbotb( these Territorial laws, were? imprudent, that they 1 ecame. ;.,satisfied oijtbe ;propriety.of.thea PPS t.
o btu;':- have been acceded to by common consent, I IrtantdoiJ country( 'in other importanuespects.to be wrested' 'from as'', by ought not to have been passed,'and.they submit to the Senate was too much to ezPte.frotp't! a ,, lt ram.ttAtr' ,+: x' ;
'' Congress the* appropriate discharge oCthl1 I y frieoda-l, UI not aJlo"lbh' hand of specula- whether they,oughtnow to suffered to ;be) "'carried into< etas friends- or tlpe.Constnutionia. soihortat:1i tt tbfiattuu'a., 1If a
ig llr] I cannot believe the banks would have I grasp- o.I avarice, I.rec ell mrsebief rtt. already ,.,k< feet, 'without proper:amendments such ,'sjiair! ;reduce.' *the* the blieJ'sentlm nt"'in its favor .Tbe: finm' c ,
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11 they red tublil'lM'lon, and their refusal and the o 1 d.estravap n.A. A.great deal b .,_ ,e db I" amount'of their capital,, especially thai ''part which,is contin-, : fnendsbtt't; t.I,leant, is'tCJ be traced, I\a gmh jei";
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-II.IIj ""ltk tote"f'tt U&Cod'to"some Tbs proceedings eta meeUdg iieU it JacsSMnvilia :' 'TALtAilASSEE -,bEM CRAT .t 1 i ** .
O14hOZC eannot evils those
: of tegiIMio that if already and prevent and (bat such committee; 'for"thia
F1_ ioadeat'in the beginin&itiYavor Dade EL F. relative to.. the establishment of the MEETING.. .', I more character apprehended, it occuie!.be _responsible to pointed by tbe f -tij.": .,'.
t'..::;=:. beg crowded oat blD&U.which .,: purmnce or public Dotl.- il continuance' than Itself:-that i.. the'.holders of thoi bonds and guarantees, .21st. C.D., the: t;

/- PAi enng' of the convention, some* had i precedent*-,shall. appear-. --in_our aol nesaber.T tbe 4lFloridUn and .'Btrt maxims. of tbe common and io the, ; Florida, (o the conso cure tbe printin of the Ci':; 1

,1 'W'ill i ., were to zealous in their ** JfcwsMrf Lottery *<**-The following is a m meeting of "lt"-of T1 I down to us from our forefathers qaences of its n meeting ditrbatonM PreciDg o jff
its vicinity, in aYor State / against encroachments i R gdl16th. while difference of ,
prs fi iee as 'to propose that all I the extracted from Sylvester's New Reporter of July upon Th C.hiran ( the r J it j

.rV'l.lfI 1IoctId join in a declaration by 19lh, aunt to as marked as ws suppose, for insertion opp t a division of the Territory : of libry. the creation of cor opinion exists .among the members of this g Delegates to'the Couny 1

raolotioas of the sincerity of their inten- by of. We comply with the request because opposed to the present | I : ; i not atrlbut of the mere law meeting as to,the certain ultimate soundnessof vention, viz: cc.. : I IGeix.

tioetftad: their determination td' stand by.. we wish to give the devil his doe. Colonel White system of Florida_;and.__the laam I but i is.one of,the prerogatives the two banks which have already received J. G. Searcy I

the good cause -1 will not that they docs not ray he has seen the legal transfers, &c, .1 ame R..I., was Add say securing the prizes to those wbe mar draw them. of !' that until a government -- -: ..I ,l n whether the embarrassed' ;
27th present
the July
day ,
Saturday I L. A.
On the
maintained their evening Thompson, I
pledge. He does to create to tbe viscious and 1llegss.saws.. "
not say that a law of Florida caa legalize of with the and the right ..; hlp Ab'Spn 1r' i.J1.
for the
very day when the great question of the tbe dislriUilion of property situate in Louisiana bjr purpose uniting delegated by Constituton. be found in their, charters, or to the lnQtha. L ,
of Cenlreville, and other portions ... ., I
Coestitnlkm was to be decided the day if it is at least nagement, hecdlounes. or want skill in I ..
lottery, prohibited i in that state, nor does in candidates to 'it is in abeyance/ :
of its fate, whether for KC or death, I be refer to the fact that the amount authorized to county ported ,at the nominating election, for exercised to the prejudice of the t those entrusted with their control ; we find And the following as Committee
found myself met at the Polls, in open be raised by the Jacksonville commissioners is only of the Legislative ensuing Council; that in tb.e.organization of i in their course and situation, pregnant cause Correspondence : ..<

argument, by one who had been chosen riz dtomtatid dollar,whilst the prizes in the scheme BERTH ELOT, Esq. wa ao government it is their preroga- ol l alarm and apprehension ; that we find in J. D. Westcott,jr. Gen. Leigh
now offered amount to one million and a ka\f\ of such usurped or to the charters of all three of the "faith banks" R
by the people to perform this great duty, Chair and WILLIAM H. MICIIAEL authority L. A. Thompson, Wm.
end do llars. We regret to see Colonel White's opinion.Beliewinr ; sanrtion it, on such terms, and features of the most odious character, grant
selected devoted of ed A. SpanglT,
as a champion
we understand this subject as well as he Secretary.The securities as the weal may of franchises and powers giving the s'ock ..
State Government who had taken having in a brief public On motion the
u so I name of the
docs and little better it has with h holders privileges of exclusive monopolycreatin" Chairnna''
a no weight us. be imposed required.
lema'oath in the Convention to discharge stated the object of the meeting, : them distinctive order with exemptions a'dJed to the Delegation and abo ;i'"
L We have admonished the public; and if it will encourage J. J>. IYed, That the public faith and a ta'
forth in the notices,
that duty faithfully! who had been entrusted -. and promote such contrivances, why we be used fo public purposes and and immunities not possessed by the: Commite.of Correspondence. : ;
cott, jr.,
in that body with the of shall their doubt SpnJler. of the and of an aristocra The meeting then adjourned. .
post not regret being as we Lavinus and Robert ) that to allow it to.be begged chairman of one of the most important not they will be in the end. We say we understand a committee, to resolutions for the bought by corporation* or indi tical and anti-republican character clothing JAS.A. BERTITELOT, Cbaaa*

committees, one by whose side I sat day this matter better than Colonel White, for in his aideratha of drf meeting, I private purposes, whether to es- t them with authority and influence, not merely 'VlI. II. MICHAEL, Secretary.

by day, discussing the great principles opinion he states 10 that the Legislature has not sentiments. and views. expressive or to aid in other speculations! l dangerous but destructivejof thej princi

of liberty. I saw him when the battle specified the extent or duration of the scheme" The committee, after having i of sound principles, and if the pies otrcpublicm equality,and hostile to the NEW YORK. 2
which is contradicted by our Itatuto book. of freo institutions. That the MONEY MARKET, &.1
loudest in jeopardized, genius our
was not blenching in the con- consultation reported the following I i arc anywise
ten The law as contained in the scheme published from wise policy. amount annually rmdo as bank profits,out vf r Since Thursday there has not .bees '
not shrinking from the strife, but. tions, which were discussed and adopt j i any
in Sylvester's New Reporter, is neither a true M- : That we hold that the the community within the range of the circu perceptible aleraton in the Monty Market
urging his to the But 1st. Resolved, That the present I
my fri-.powers.L.. -t ctitirrtrimf utmost.for the, tract or copy of the law as passed, but is most the political affairs of Florid requires F faith bonds for "three millions of r l la ion of tho Union Bank of Florida., wherewith A I Capitalists, have kept ibcm

ft1nvl cheering and giving them /ounuirowiffg s..haD'lerull'larMed.Vo Wf publish both below. an cauotJf. .. public office. and to the Union Bsnk of Flo- to pay the interest upon the 'faitb bonds selves aloof rom any extensive

I. : m, miuht anti nnwpptn ercas the courthouse. .of Dart county isoTvWg'upon I .: ,. At I L gi Uijvc character .it to r.;..-4t&..pii.l-ihoTor. I Issued to i, and the expenses, &c. p until the receipt further trnef

their favor i!! ftic'same, monies"winch" Dofievedwill I selected with a view to triti, .-pti aIY for 'half a million.of dol Banks; and which exceeds 'five hundred nnt I by the British: Queen or Grtml We

Thus wasthe anxious hopes, the sanguine o Duval impose: .fnd too wbcreu burdensome, it is a desirable tax upon to tbo people those ed political principles and with to the Hanks of Pensacola, nor fifty dollars per day and two hundred thou neither of which made their appearance

expectations of the people at home, Maid sums and complete said building; as pay well fur their strict and faithful adherence to I guarrantees which may be issued I sand dollars per annum, is too heavy a tax: yesterday at about Two o'clock, wb.-ii,

and of our friends, the friends the sottth,p the greater convenience and a administration of justice principles ia their official. course. and caim of tho Bank of Pensacola to be borne by a community of less: than forty Great W.'ter was announced-

defeated and But the I as for the double purpone. ut an academy, fur duct. 1 of dollars more, accord- thousand souls, and whose yearly export* do ths news by her was known, business f"

remains, and disarpointed. in spite of cause the which,purpose is designed in part,therefore tbe said, building, when completed 2nd. Resolved, That to effect such nor nny guarantees which. not, and will not for many years, amount in lions had coed for the day, and its efftttj

desertion and abandonment of Section 1. Be it enacted by tho Governor and' rable object, political parties: formed { under the claim of the value (10 two millions of dollars ; that such here, are. course, unknown. .

friends, the \Legislative Council of the Territory of Florida, principle, and those attached: to Insurance and Trust Compa amount is too high a price to pay fr the The intelligence by her is uofarorable

, opposition obstacles of enemies, and in spite of all I That it Khali be lawful for Joseph It. Lancaster: unite in yielding up personal I millions of dollars, according benefits they receive from, and the regulation particularly: so far as regards Money ali,,-

and difficulties. Isaiah I D. Hart, and William J. Mills, or any two private predilections( and ni selfish will not be binding upon tlc and control of the currency for them by that at London nnd Cottou a:

For my own part I have no regrets.D of uval them county under, the to raise direction b/ lottery of the in county such court schema of for the maintainance i upon the organization 0 i institution; and that being subject to suCh must have rather I disastrous Livrr. h

Pledged to this work on my offering to or schemes as they may deem appropriate and ad.I th principles, are not only proper, unless they should I onerous buithen cannot hut impoverish the monetary concern and business' 6
serve,the people of this county, I have vicablc, any sum of money not exceeding itz thou-: cessary, and when so organized, arc i to assume them ; and that country, and ruin its prosperity.17th. the United States.

endeavored to preserve integrity and I and dollars: Provided that the said persons shall I est and best conservatives of freo : and also their duly in forming .
my Resolved) That whilst
bind themselves in we I
have maintained the such manner as the said court L m ent. to distinctly declare, whe tegarc We learn from Captain I
cause with whatever shall direct, well and truly to conduct such ( the questions of the management or mi ;. J
teal and ability I possessed. Allow me in good faith, and to appropriate the proceeds lottery to I 3rd. Resolve. That the or will not assume such obliga management of the "faith banks," and the the sehr. Empire, that the plautatroaof,&

hen to add the gratification afforded me tho object above stated; And provMcd further, as spedily as possible of thn People : ; and if they do assume precise time by which the Union, B ink oi r KINGLET, near Lake. George was ..
in witnessing the I that said persons, managers of said lottery, shall ri their present deluding and the terms and conditions Florida should doned by his negroes on the 16iH inst, ,
course of associate be allowed in resumo specie ptyments, a j
my coinpcnsatian for their services a liating slate of political) I :
engagement. : been from
having compelled to the
fly Iadias
delegates, who remained at their s urn exceeding six centum all monies of less moment than the maintainanceof.
posts to I per upon I colonial
the last raUed by said lottery to Iw of vassalage, I a That while thr people o j and cardinal -the Indians told the (
and whose course is adjudged and allowed great principles above referral I
deserving to them by thn said court voutly to be wished" by every true and secure their rights and could leave the plantation,nelroq'
county to constrained
the yet, we aro also
; to tha
commendation from their conSUtuent. Passed, Feb. 7th, J831, approved Feb. llth 1831 d ian ; and that the right of nlsumig every rule of sound and liberal l say C ; gather the
find in
we the of uI! those
Without including myself in I The law as published in the New lie porter,Uas station of a free, sovereign, inc that the preservation of the course corpora crop
the remark, it is but a tribute totruth to I follows, omitting the preamble- dant State and admnfion into the J and interests of that por just 1 ground complaint by the people Murder.-About ten Tbnrj&r

say that Jackson County had reason to be II Section 1. Do it enacted by Iho Governor and al Union, is guaranteed to us by the j citizens involved by loans to them at large. The appropriation by the old I evening, a party. of o.cockon TJajfel
proud of her delegation. Legislative Council of the Territory of Florida of Cession, and the principles of the : and others, upon these obli of the Union Bank of the States ship North Carolina th
That it shall and may be lawful for Joseph B. Lancaster chief part of the new stock for their own got s qwrcl -
ral) Constitution I
Returning my thanks to you my I-aiah D. Hart and William J. Mills, or at such period as we r : guarantees, is an object ef the cnefit-Ihe raising the oriinaI I i with another party belonging to tbe.flip'

friends for your kind attention, I offer I any two of them under the direction of the county elect to make the demand for ,-lhat as the non-pay- of first. appraisedvaluation Ontario from New Oi leans, which

this serifimenf' you court of Duralconnty, to raise such sum or *um. and, that we hold the privileges of bonds and guarantees, may tie property mortgaged for in the defeat of the meichnnlnifn, an rai
: of 1 money by lottery, in such schema or schemes as I now denied to abort all stock to time a large per centum, and I Olo
> Florida us, as price, !, (although they would be them named David Tab
our countryFlorida, whole they may dtem appropriate and advisable: Provi not consider the the allowance of additional loans there was severely -
and entire dod, that tho raid shall bind expenses of a State .) to be cast upon our en by one of tbe man of war's men, justed
not torn asunder; not divided persons Ihe.nselvft in on, by which the security of the bond I IlIo1htr.
but one and such manner as the said court shall direct well and ment, so greatly exaggerated, nnd so it ;is wile that the utmost care and of the has Andrew J. Reinscn. Some two
ever united. public, been decreased bln'lf
truly conduct such lottery in good faith, and to deprecated by it* opponents as should be exercised to secure, terwards, the former determined revenge
JL -- appropriate the proceeds to tile above regard in the consideration of such to a large minwunt-Ibe measure o
object staled. and aid given to those ho
Passed Feb. 7th, 1834, Feb. Hih : by which the old in violation accompanied by a nnns5er..
approved -
TflE FLORIDIAN.TALLAHASSEE. 4th. R *solved, That we regard pawned the "plighted faith" of the of the Stockho1er. his friends, to the boarding hou e of Bon-
COL. WHITE'S OPINION. tempt which has been made and is t rarly redemption ;-and to that sprit hae received the s."n,332 Water where
FLORIDA: The undersigned has been asked bis legal ued to be made, to effect a division and aks should bo sustained (if they benefit of the alledgcd surplus profits of th,. which ntultid in the,death a fight tl

Bat1lfttaF.I'II'DC- Aug. 3, 1839.- cr opinion upon the right nf Messrs. Schmidt L memberment of Florida, as an pursue n correct couisc,) $1 o Bank, up to I certain period -the loose and Ornf N. T. Courier.
., find cf Hanrlron to auganize and carry into effect man uve of the opponents ofStato f be dono without compromitting improvident of the bank, without a

Mr. E4itor;-Dr. WM. TRADEWELL has f a Lottery under the laws of Florida. ment, striving to perpetuate their the People ; and, that no nifas- proper specie basis, immediately after its organizitiontlie

eoymtcd to servo hi. frienda in the next Legit.ktiftCouDeiI. I It appears that an application was made by and ill-exercised power and influence in tu the vested right of the copart- regarding the amount loaned I From the N. Y. Evening Star.
,if.loct.d. You will please announce them to the lation of the of the and Banks at long periods on stock notes, (and which COMMCKCIAL TROUBLES is Fucai9i
T tbeot and Legialative Assembly of the rights people ; wonld be violated, or
uhlip The merchants Tallahassee Florida, ferrf
rigbt"J.I was of course chiefly dead ,) active ,
Territory for such ibo who for and capital ns
, MANY VOTERS. a privilege, whirl was I go "Princples tho of contracts between them nnd: held! resolr-
ami a large and spirited
: July 1 20th, 1839. granted by the Senate and Legislative Coon pIe," should use ( or debtor:impaired suoiild be( Icqitimate banking capital-tho prcten ed tosu'.taia'thc UNION mretiDgn lie
cil, and vetoed by tho Governor. It is ascertained opposition to snch artifice. %ni. al'hoiifrli! no of i sjon, although it owes its existence to the lr aei.4
principle of Ceul LrMeo.
of the
For lb. Floridian. 5th. Resolved That next in failh bonds, it is a FR-VATE and not a PUB attempt citizens Cil (
I by a previous act in force, and jits'isre! r' t1uirt| that whole
I' Mr. EJUor .) to force the Bank to resume fpeciepjjr-
:-The friends NATHANIEL W. unrelated, certain Commissioners therein I the question of Slate Government, should confirm the doing i.ic that it was founded for ihe
WALKER.Esq. Nqns4 that be will permit hill connected with i k the :; benefit of Iho agricultural interest only and I ments before October. **
MSB .,aIa.- before the named, were authorised to raise such sum I tally it. subject to act in their name, and I
appear public,a a Candi- be conducted What with Commercial, CoostitutioMl
"&Ie to represent the County of Leon, in the next or sums of money by lottery, in such scheme, present BANKING SYSTEM OF to I hiuJ tiioui without rilil I houl chiefly with reference lo I and Indian troubles, conceive the nnlwfpy -
L fimtiT*Council. He will receive a warm sap or schemes, as they may deem appropriate R IDA ; and that no candidate who I and, although: it ivas the duty promotion of that interest, or rather the we

t Frtfrw _MANY VOTERS. or dvi able" to complete a Court House known to bo orthodox in his political h..1crs of tc'fnih! bond* and L 1 portion of it who have become stockholders,: I Floridians have enough to do.

i To and The this question and who does not li.ivo which is carried out in practice-the au pcn I i!
the Editor of the Floridian. Seminary. Commissioners have upon to Itfk. tu tlp! h.il pow : !
FiuiNce TonKXT. wljelligencc *
siGn of the AND Important -
Bank -
within less
'Dtr 'Art deemed it l ly and explicitly avow them, should iju than thirty-six .
-A portion of the friend. of Major appropriate and advisable" to oftho:c ruiuwi : right
I had been London &eSi
: month after receive at .
GEORGE T. WARD and DANIEL McRAENY3i adopt this scheme which they hnve a perfect t the support of those who go for *' the 'laitli" of t tho! whoI People of it was first put into operation-
its continued I the E-ist, of the actual declaration of warfcf..
t.qe..t that will suspension for of
them and the two
you announce in
your right to do so long as the act stood in People. 1 1r in as much as such purchasers
I" Ii M tare candidates of the to represent us in the next: force and without limitation as to time. If r 6th. Resolved, That the opposition foreigners, and ignorant of the years,. although_,more t than n year since it received the Sultan against the pacha f!fEpt'1bI
Territory. I the Grb or June *,{
was oo > and
"two millions of jao
of additional ;
'I i it is that such for adoption of the Stale Constitution of dolar aCth
/, ;fO. 1838. urged an act, such a purpose | our local; government "faith bond I lime the Sultan! 'c*"i
to to retrieve its despatched a
i was not indebted so large an opera- St. Joseph, by the combination of Bank t and considerations before I i
To the Editor of the Floridian. official influence standing and credit-tho dishonoi of its siderablo reinforcements to tb
tion l the answer is obvious that the Legislature ; and the apprehended should cause the interest and I r'
i Dear Sirs-A portion of the friends of Mr has not specified the extent or durationof feat of the organization of the State holders of such bonds and drafts or checks recently given on the North, I Syria. where the insurrection *
G. PONDER that will : and for which it received liberal was rapidly extending.
request .
you premium.the .
ajuManee bin ia the scheme. The discretion is given to ment through that combination, > : to be regarded as of importaiat : I France '
yoar paper u a candidate represent extortionate demand of averts openly by her 'Dcyiithe
o* In the next LegUliture of the the Commissioner*, who have acted upon arouse (the people from their two per cent
July: SO, 1839. Territory. t the subject, and it is now in too of them to unite in tbe holy letharg.f premium for Ioi Notes of the United States necessity of protecting Turk ,agw8*
poer cus
this Sank[ Russia, which nation U is assumed
Governor Legislature to the usurpations of t those ; if Ihe People of ofPcnnsylvania, payable at six months. i..
or Judiciary
i To the Editor. of the Floridian. ever be called redeem without interest in for I ulaling tb e Egyptians. .
to it bills
thus seek to rule without dcr upon exchange own 1)3ri
-CireamsUnces unforeseen when I dcr, or obstruct, in any manner, the execu right : I
con- t bunds or guarantees those al- due on demand-its course of favoritci ryrr, M. Dupin, Odilon muted to be run as a candidate lo represent Leon lion of such plan as the Commissioners sbal I| I tT.7th. I Ffo
County in the next Lf'-fllatGre. will put it out .ofmy I i amounting to upwards of and partiality, freely stickling the Directors, I France to .part irotect
agree upon. I
power to serve if elected! ; you will therefore I of Schmidt and Resolved, That the per head, for every mn.o- and favorites while the rest of Turkey. The combined fleets of IUCC la

oblige me by withdrawing my nimo from your pa 1- am opinion tberefore.that ullamilto re, and utter insolvency of FIVE I white or black in Florida, the the community are kept at BUY NURSE,-its 1 England, in the Levant, were c;pownr l

1f. Very rwpectfuUy the scheme\, have the legal right in to execute this Flcrritory. trough thu fraud or : efecting payment woul be the oneroiM exchange exactions, by which it i is::I \Vhethi-r they will act in harmony, c
agreed concurrence
agement thos the control of for eared the to be scene
by Legislature a tax people may ultimately like
, The abeeftee of the Editor during the greater' : with and under legal authoiity of tbe Com I the heavy losses sustained by our ct i ,- and,wo feel it our imperative Sampson of old, that such shaving will rob I,, Captain Walker, who' virtually dira
part of UM last week and the I missioners. I have seen the paper signedby and the deep injury inflicted I the of the Turkish flee
press original matter I upon tho belief that t Legislature [hum of their strength-its past interference operations h b
,u oar apology for the meagre dimensions of I I the parties and consider it sufficient in and reputation of Florida thereby, convened which would venture indirectly, and the openly avowed intention I, invested by the Sultan, with the

ihe editorial b &din this n amber.W Uw to authorize the scheme for the disposition awoken all who have the interest of tax, nor if it was imposed, of some of its principal managers, to even I high Admiral.i .
of the Arcade and other in
pablisb this week, by request of many of the New Orleans. property country at heart, lo the necessity of : t could be enforced ; and, combine with other banks, in a more DIRECT

friends of Mr. Baltrell the very eloquent speech tives against the unwise, crel"s the pledges Territorial faith interference with tho proper and legitimate *
I delivered by that pen tlemin at Man anna,Jackson New YOlk, July 16th, 1839. and often corrupt legislation by which i and that the honor and tbe in- busincs of the Merchants, by entering the EUROPE.

eoaaty at a pablie dinner given to him by the cilixeasvf associations were given the power to l |people of Florida! derl(11s. iu colOn market, (having a highly prejudicialefleet
". THE New ORLEANS REAL ESTATE and fleece the and that tho I Arrival of the Great Western.
that place._ LOT community; impositions upon strangers upon the interest of that class of citi I I "
TERT. It i is with of satisfaction efficacious means of The steam packet Great Western,CapfcJ"Hoskun
Mm M CADOWS-We have the pleasate uf anaoecdag feelings are ) of Florida: should announce Zeus,) and acts of the other corporations of I

r to our readers that this interesting and that we are induced to lay before our readers I found in such constitutional, prohibitions that those bonds and pun r ran like character and tendency, are, even with from Bristol, :rive at ti'p
the above lucid of that restrictions the of tho I yesterday al 2 .. left
4ale.tad' young lady, being detained in Florida opinion eminentlawyer upon power recognized a: binding upon their friends and advocates calculated to 'cork. having B
longer than WM anticipated hu retained to our Col. Jos. M. White, of Florida, i in ture on that subject, as were that_ _honesty and truth requires excite distrust, want of cOlfJence and hosti! I on Ihe 6th inst., making the passage i

: .city, and.. understand will give one or more eoi reply to the unfounded assertions made by tbe Convention at St. Joseph and in whether there is danger of the lity. I teen days.

.- daring her sta,. The spirit And variety some interested individuals, and also, we re clusiun of all Bank Directors, officers called upon to redeem the I I By her we.have our London and lifW

tltrowar into these cntcrtalnments the exquisite grot 10 add, in a few instances, by the pub agents from seats in tbe Legislature. or not. 18. Resolved, That although ,t will pool) papers to the 5h. Bristol 6th, sad Pi"

skill aDd'good taste exhibited in the perform n- lie press, against tbo legality of the grant 8th. Resolved, That we bold that maintain the principles advanced ia the foregoing djtrs.to _the! 3d, Id Havre 2d! inst..Th.

,-14R such as to create and sustain a continued under which thin lottery is to drawour num municipal corporati/tn, styled That a judicious regard : we believe a Bank or Great Western: ha brought out 1151IL'gems.
friends and pndan'l and integrity of the people of Banks established and The British did Dot.1eI"
.a& iaereasiag interest. We have never before etou even our enemies will l Government of Florida/ on proper legitimate Queen

'th*'SUM degree of mosical talent and so.highly now be compelled to admit that this is no GOVERNMENT or .PEOPLE for their interests, demands that i principles, based upon specie capital managed London on the 1st icst ns advertised,.

cultivated ta OM so young. Her singing is longer to be considered as a hoax;*' indeed A mere temporary inslitutocrcated THE and; guarantees shoul be issued to prudently and with a view more to the day of departure was fe at the t.mt.Great :

Ifchsiras from affectation of feeling and sentiment: ,the evidence of such being the general ted by law of Congress; and that to Banks mentioned, and general interests of the community, and less Western left, 10th inst. .1

tits OM hand, sad (rom a doll and monotonous. belief has hitherto becnjso slight, that had ;it i is a government ol the people and guaranteed: : heretofore I to the promotion of the selfish objects of I may therefore expect her arrival ever!- -

. eesJotailty to masieal rule, on the other and isbaracteris4by we consulted our own individual judgement Congress have allowed the Territorial Government, should FEW than those now in Florida; which raent .

; that natural and unaffected siroftkKy Col. White's opinion would never bare been the people who be Senators and and cancelled by said Banks would furnish a sound and stable currency at Tho intcllJgenre-is generally r IBhorable .

sad ferity of expression, which delights taken but we have yielded to the voice of tentativcs ip' sl Territorial : possable period ; and that we home, and exchange on other places at a tenor-the rates for money 1 bad

wStiWttt.4acxfisg. the imagination and in which, our friends, and taken his opinion-and bo whilst those so designated are subject! eligible mode to effect such reasonable premium would be highly bcne vanced at London, aDd Cotton lias! Jechi

whist ws listen' we discover new charms and new bold tbo rc.ult-a roost triumphant one control of tbe Governor, an agent the substitution( of the bonds of tidal to the people of this Territory. at Liverpool the.12lh June -to ..ta*
Mr. Louis SCHMIDT the security satisfactory to tho inst. fully Id. lb. O1 t
._ fadjoiratioo.TsTK principal, manager I United States to "oversee" us, I per Th"i c
: 19th.
bonds and which Resolved, That we accord with our have
being also desirous of refuting any slanderous and commissioned by and his I guarantees ( an un1aorablu upon Q'
Huron Mrit-This young and cnterpris- observations that have been holding i be given,) and the designation fellow citizens of Centreville, in requiting markets. -
may at the will of tbe President and whose .
ing corps kids air to be of essential service iu thoPf9tectioa made, adverse to the validity and fairness i of of agents to attend to their that candidates should explicitly declare. their I LONDl tjJulj.
less than two .
of oar troetier-It is well otficerecl and the lottery in question, has come hence from outweighs any vole having controlling powers in sentiments, and none who do not conform to No further measures have been '"
houses and
ejfjalgffest aad its nenbers arc rapidly i increasing.TfcprttBptQOM New Orleans provided with introductions of whilst Congs(wb of said banks and the al- tho views we have advanced, should receive by the Bank of England in referenceexisting t'ili
t 'aad ,with r without a can- } charters of aid banks tho suffrages of tboxe who go for "PRJNC1 "and
vaaainuty which they the highest nature, and is fully prepared to to en state of the Exchanges' '
Ittre obeyed very call for their ,service, the etarimatot give such Now York city references, u willbe J lily the act. passed by such two ,'. to be done,-thai on such mea PLES AND TUB lEOPLnd that bulo; at least no notice w pi$ 'a
: \"i. M' the noble AM INSULTING MOK.aT. the Legislature should a delegation of fifteen be appointed by the lib "
them,and satisfactory 'lo the most sceptical, and a adopte court broke this afternoon, .a =

J oa which pervades officers and wenaJbcadaat I complete answer to the endeavor made 1 by 9th. Resolved,. Tht she liori41, any bonus or benefit chairman to meet. other delegations of citizons general impression in the.-cat/, :" tW -

1''i\I',(!''' '' : premise of their, prosperity and : some parties (who have ani ohject to gain) to vernment, no GoY rnmem to tho Territory by thei acts holding similar' opinions in a COUNTY, rate,of dixcount, would at once'!'
t.Jt. -- ,., _. ...__ ] cast odium .on the concern. 'I people, its eDcCmont and and that to such riON, to be held in Tallahassee_ raised to 6 per cent. Eyerything tb
"\ .1kia.s.- .'r..s-ln tb.tw.s upon its ) on tbe p action of the Territorial Legisla on Saturday, the 24th day of August next, remains in. aSahi quo.aoa*'scarcel/ l.-
Florida, without their consent tho State Constitution U rali to nominate Candidates for the Legislature. CI Jj'
'I' :. tto Loeo-.Joeo CAUTION TO MASTERS or VC .- ;,! ness. has been transacted to-dajr,:
pf : .
t" do*>i* ttlM dexteroas politicians Judge Buchanan 'decided .io the DiJUictCOUtt assumption bllh oftbe.rlg; ni should be bad at it3next 'ses 20tb. Resolved,' That the crisis denlD-d the Stock Exchange, "or elsewher ", '.
that the
.:::' :1" 'L- :la" liteost'Coeatf intariat,tbsy bars at New Orleans on the, 28th ut., that government', rgbtrul"pr.i by direct legislation to that end, Democratic Republicans sola are still 938 to| fnr the'opening? ''

? r-'.i1nak1tbt,&nk-.ftt the deal officers steamboats and of other vessels I onboard tellflaDd, conditions. .upon wc Ihi'y t Congress for the exercise several counties Orth Territory, should: per Cc nt.Beduccd,921 to..J r*d. )

t it.1 Taks ears ftflUstosn don't Lri.tO which a slave rosy be found, who recognise those enlcent. } pwer.And. it i further unite in tho approaching election\ in order qaer Bills, 5W to 27--prom. "Buki5191to .
? longer obligatory open, or of force. i if omit to to carry out p ,,a* far as necessary 193 which ban advanc -.f**. .
not there with the and .
7.htfti -iiVrs*fcte BBS!uJ"ir1lDee4 bsnes again was < .knowledge con* and proper'by I1J.Q,
I legislative action
teIn by at I 'L oOJ"'J
liable the powero
ttM1Ms the TIle c.rds it is sent tisuterwero penalties exeri.ing'tb '
) .the Bank a|* which the Is w i imposes-for t feloniously] 10th. Rele That the altratiou the acts next session of the Legislature! ; and ,that 'T.a .'The effect.f Hue lalff.1&*.. "
St.l."ljNa''ca.p.i ol.repl
;clockl at
aiIW1" o* people ] such Committeea fO
object of
( _
( 'sUvss charters by the : expressly Correspondencefchould I meaanresattheBank1fEDhlU&9. 2'
Nzt..sek or clandestinettklojl&wsy even
L. i ipresent
.. l Government beyond the term of its I iJ,iu the organization of the Ter b appointed at the principal I time, w observable chfcs/fy ks ,
: such boat had not led I Imooriogi. pl4coJneach
? orlwo&id UIe though ship or
a tftlsg ; bt
Q r Star.,will,Aeryw 1 '
,$aiaday after we shall follow suit. lislvoce;if not rightful i :( 1 exercise .. so as to remedy the I county to communicate with cth,oter! of_cotfoovto which coawnoditjr! aa_UI" > :

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principlly! aimed, and 0A.4I111111stralo1"a I- ,
were -

in.it t they. general gnod IS obtained, the second Saturday la September Sale. next, .. ,I It \ & H. ,KINDON; .. ,.tY:7_' ,,v.'

,t t-ertt.8, cost of. much Individual lossrMlli.lvJ" ON the 14th div of aaid month, 1 shall offerat dfc Bt H Ced f if'

Many innocent parties were public safe, before the Court House. doorii I fat ''i1'iJ
t in crratin Monticehlobetwscnthe boors of 10 and 2,a likely b l i 1 lImit t _.
facilities money "
tben3 by tbc family of ,consisting of a man,woman md -re *Ivd :r 't dtinaa of 1ft" :
.a i to! last and for negroes ,
f December
Dank in 'nine children boys and girls of whom ing Tkiaity,sime eotatneacsj .
It by De 8 sympathy is due, but' everyone capable of picking cotton. Also many several head are of Wanj-ht \ M;.tl,t say that'ootJt. wctJ4:1: :

e lO1 American combination bro. .Cattle and ono Gold Watch and Chain belonging July '. &merit theii .&
rrjo ceto Sdf'ined which Willi engaged indirect to the estate of James L. Pariah, deceased such ..' .." '"
Uran sale being for the payment of debts. d .l. they take>thie !to r 4I.11crJ.W, -r. .. ". :;.
, leD hostility to our manufacturingThe necessary ALL i that they opal .aD l' krI.f
Terms for the notes with .
approved securities
111 The prospect at t present la.Ii rom the payable on negroes the let day January next atthe to hand Cr C UM .t b had at .c..i. .eli. xt ,, -_

1ystca. value of this article that W9 ?J a Lh dajv. ,
io the VDiQD> .It SALE DAYSWeclMtdays.i ,
line A'H'&r
rcl' Orrl. :
,Jane t. :
prow"01 *. "** f" __ _/ -
exportation* of gold], ir. a supply of0ttOfl _a_!g 3. 1839-isAdministrator's "* A.-vsovaXLCL c. t r I Forlale.i r.-- '.*- :{ !
"'nied ..
t and, Walker U.OJ 4 WIAftTER SECTION cf Dct r it4AIIJ
fabrics at moderate prices to the whole Notice. S IX .BL situated two mUse.& tTglljhess.:?'
months after will practice in copartnership ia the < ,
dal I shall 'h jO ,.
apply t
SIX judge -
D. of the Counties of Le Apply -az -
wor1d. the
County Courtof Jefferson ble
Already the exportation of cold has con- final settlement and discharge from the county administra for a Franklin, C1.and ., and -

,iderabl; lessened, compared \'ithbnt' it tion Thomas G. Shehcc deceased, a.Charles a TaUaa. 'Joly 20/1838.' -""" '
Thomas raaraZar'. 8n5c .
several weeks preceding. In the MARY SHEHEE. administratrix Baltn -
rig for Walker tiilabaasse.. virtue of four'writs of Fieri Fades '.
1839.-24l -
also aug Off. G.Shehecd.c'd. July .dena By
miotatioas; of the exchanges as I hey are I /-tf or UMSa erlocCbttnoffheMUvMa r- :
JJrougM {rom |the continent, 'there is some f QUINCY trict of Florida for Leon CoantyL fc wbie. tbsj

. perceptible, both l hy n raise in the rale A NEGRO BOY.OIEnfire at this office A CC & FEMALE Union Bank of Florida, Wm. Moare* for lbs use
feet and a reduction in the ptemium June 8,1839. .tJL frc. and M. J. Alien and Wm. 1). Porter *..
exchange Notice. ACADEMIES Plaintiffs, and James Stewart I b :Dele 4aa4JI
on cold' both tell of course to the same : LL, persons having demands againsl' William At A. M. Mrs. have levied 'upon and shall endeavor:'to.MO at
end. McGritT late of Gadsdcn County, doc., are ,of Ay Emond.Tutoress. E Public Auction on Monday the 15th of Jaly'MXtat ,: ." '
There i is s'il'' ', however, a deficiency of requested to present them duly proven and within At ; larn Mr. R. Towle, and M the late residence of Jama Stewart deceases,' 1

in this market, while on the continent the time prescribed by law, or they will be forever At Teachers. in Leon Connty, Household and Kitchen fiiai:. Vf
bills At D.
and ntl dates barred of recovery and those indebted will nle&se io of the institutions will com. Lure Plantation tjola Hones Cattle, Goutstu..
especially long
bills on England make payment without delay to Tuesday ( J 1 21st 1ane.lnt close 22d November. Abo a Negro woman aged aboat fin,. _
8re abundant. The Corn market is not at SARAH McGRIFF, Admx. At Academy. Levied_ upon as the property of' Ail JaaMsi"

all influenced as yd by the pressure, but is orEPHALYMcGRIFF, At At .ion of 5 months, payable in ad Stewart, and to satisfy said writs aceorJaf to ._,
gymcwhat on the advance. July 13-tf My authorized agent. 8 and RelcnK. $10.00 law. 1

Trade through the manufacturing districts 2IX months alter dale,application will be madeto 526th.And with with English Writing Aritme, ADcenLnd 14. By Minor S. H.Walker DUVAL,"Dept., MarshaL Mar. :3

was cotnparath1.y dull to what was looked ihe Honorable the Judge of the County At .Ancientand Moern lilo Jone 13, 1839. i %

(or, as considerable activity was expected Court of Gadsden County.for a final settlement and At St. : !O The sale oft the) above property is pottpoead til. 2
diflcliarge from the of Al '\ of Maps Monday the Sd day September next.
Tbe prospects were good ns regards the crops adminimratorship Francis A- wit Astronomy u
and the Cash >c., late of said county. I Logic, ._July 27, :. ."
Great Britain continent AI..ebr
throughout O'clock, Philopy. _. +&
I ISAAC J, RRATT, administrator. Latin nbrw. : Ad1pJjralor'. NoUce. -
and should Dot thl' Bank England advance HARRIET A. AIUIATT administratrix : A } I d",Mythology and
I 4 >p AntqlLe ehUO S of the Court of
Ceonly Jefaaal "
interest still moro than o : Quiney.July 10 tfDissolution. er classics
the rates per .
I 'panslacn oe .a sellloment and discharge ?__ ,. .
cent., trade of itself would gt adnally rc\'i\-e, July ACADEMY. tralion of John George deceased, laU'of aaWcounly.
and the Exchange turn more rapidly in favorof THE partnership heretofore existing between session of 5 months, payable i in ad 4t '
England.: vubricribcrs under the firm of Bell and and Raing. boo DARIUS WILLIAMS, ,
.. Bailey fa tills day dissolved hy mutual consent. with Wriling Arithmetic 14,00 Adm'r. of Jeha QeQrpI
--- A II persons indehlod will please make payment and .L with English Grlmma Geography, June 8.1839. 44 rWonted. .: ,
ATTENTIONINDEPENDENT thof-c having demands will present them to Charles of Maps Ancient and Modern Histo '

CITY GREYS !!!! G. Bell, who it duly authorized to '.tlh> tho samo. sand 20/X WANTED hire,a Mgro girt (romt.atotiehil'.
YOU are hereby ordered to 'FomMe at CHAS. G. BELL uary i wit the uw of Globes,Astronomy I years of age. :

II jour parade ground tins evening, at half O. H. P. BAILEY, has calves Coalpition, Rhetoric,Loic Algebra Apply at this office. -p ,
1"1'2 o'tlotk armed and equipped ac- Mirc3ukit', July 19, 18394tSTRAYED 'O JUDe 8. 1839. -
1 curding to lie mice ofllio Company. OR STOLEN, agreed Paoting. 16.0 NOTICE. -.
of raid .
each. ((3 lessons
13y order FROM plantation on Shell Point in May July per TILE Subscriber being compelled by- extreme
BEZEAU, Captain. sorrel Horse, about four. i 30,00 health, to leave Florida fur a'atert baa.*

tinE O. S. _ _ teen hands high- collar marked around the shoulders ,each 4,00 has appointed Minor Walker Esq. his General N,
"jTTENTION-LEON MINUTE UrYOU and a thin main and tail, with some white ALL 20,1)0 Deputy Marshal, and Cel Augusta Alatee, IN*

are hereby ordered to alembic at parade around the root of the tail and a sore on his back 2.0 Ageuu y. .H-, HDUVAL. *- ..
,Capitol Square, on Monday evening occasioned by the saddle. A liberal reward nil! bed,fuel and 4.01 Jane 10,- '.
at5 o'clock precisely, mounted and equipped ac. h paid for the delivery of said horfe ilL my ptu ta. against is furnished light 75.0. TAIJLAIIASSEEJBXCHANGC.v- -
curding to the rules of the company. lion. WM. ii. W AI KER. quired : and Guitar wit Map -, establishment is now |. eeapteu ,tier''

Hy order Capt U. FISHER. Shell Point.July 2i.1339.dtTHO.MA8VlJ..LE cl.pparatu and Ornery will ad I THIS th. reception and accomm datioe'eTeVistomerk. -
J. R. LLOYIMXS. b The bar is
ACADEMY. j :. contnujUrppU.tv.: :' .
"Sao REWARD. Trustees of this Institution have again of the school-i is mild and parental choice old wines seen as, sparkling Vbapsgs I

R ANA WAY from the Subscriber on or about THE the services of Mr. Scott as Principal THE obedience is required from all, lo such 'Old Hock, vintage 25. dOQ1t
\ lie tof May, a Negro man named Peter of the male department. The female department : interest of the Pupils make it ne It Brown 3herryetc. Also lae purest old Lica.r
he i ia about forty yea r. of age,yellow completion will be organized under Miss Price of the to '. Cognac Brandy, direct impertatioa by '.tW JIiP ,
and round shouldered, .has a down look with weak Troy (N. Y.) Female Seminary as Principal and ladies residing with the Teachers,are Spring, Sbedam Gi, ,MoaongakeU r bb ko1 1
looking eyes, i. a little inclined to Mutter when Miss Smith of the High School of Pawloxel (R.I. dollars ; of the family, and their morals, key, reach Brand,- etc. ,. .
rpeakin lie wee purchased of Hughes Sf Peter. I.) A si tant. These ladies have the highest testimonials amount are attended lo as such. The Trabaca RaflaGfti4Pd3pi..
son from S. C., Fairfield DislricL and baa acquin. as to scholarship &c. AH branches usually unless -. be received at any season,and charged gets always on band and ready for any'aatieaS :
Lance in Newbury District where ho might attempt taught in the best Male and Female Seminaries of St. of entrance;but no deduction will be whif. The lovers of'good t&infV'wiU 40 belle, -4V;
logo. Any person taking him up or delivering our country will be taught in their respective de. leaving. the schools before the end of than well to'call on P.J.T1HJRSBY,k C,
pun to me found within the limits of the Territory partments. The Trustees having with care selected THE the I Comer opposite the State Hoaee qure. :
,or confining 'tint in Jail if out of the Territory able Teachers do cordially recommend the Institution C. H.DUPONT, Sec'y. .T.Q.A. Tallahassee June 15WILLIAM tf- ,

so that I get him, will receive the above re. to all dcfirous of educating their childrenor Square : 15-if K. HACKUY ". -

ward. ward. The healthy and pleasant location ofThumuville. I Notice, AUoTn47dU1aw, -
AliI9.- 5t JOHN W HALR.L.OJ.I render it a desirable retreat during enabled I .DU VAL Attorney at Law,informs TALLAHAKSKE Florida.' S

Note. the summer months_ _for__ _f.miIie___..._> n from___ .Florida,_u__ and_u_ cription I eod. and citizens generally of Madi ,
of ONce stairs in the Old Land Office .fMoaroa
am forbid for the less favored of chant, that he has determined locale him-' ap ,eemsz,
persons trading or using a parts Georgia. maybe I to .
ALL street and _
for one hundred and Mxty dollars! drawn had in public houses or private families on reason Deed, ,in the ensuing Fall,at the new Wasfaintna 8qa&re -
bjr lvid Brown payable to Lewis Saundcrr, or able terms. The school will be orwned on the 1st Blank to for the purpose of pursuing his profes .Robert Y. %V eltor4 {AUac1me..-.1 : -
bearer and dated in the month of March I 1836. of January 139. od at Jee1
and drawing ten per crut. interest from date, a& TERMS TUITION AS FOLLOWS: require him to be absent (torn the WihIaiB. C S..4Llt
Did note i in ny property,and has been casually lout Reading and Spelling per term of!24 other October next but any business) TUEdefendaatanit all othen Ia, tOWi1I
out of iry possession. LEWIS: BLUNDERS, weeks, $10 00 paid to his entrusted to him during his absence lastitotMo af ead rakbjr;
A up 3-At Writing and Arithmetic 12 5(0 zines, to by tYm. M. Randolph e q. attachment and they are. required .uasi;

Rope & Bn.--iDJ. Geography 15 00 omant .July 4.-tf plead to the d d&t. tiell ,filed. ia said cans' Imcr&inglolaw.
100 pieces heavy Dundee IhgEing. English Grammar History, Philosophy ruled Notice. --i- _= :

UK toils superior bale Rope; for "IIItI.r Chemistry Rhetoric &c. 16 00 He t3.4&w. die hereby cautioned against trad- R. G. WELLFO&IV
au? 3GORMAN & HA LL. Mathematics and Dead Lcnjupgca, So OCFrrnch Books. two notes of hand given by the ander- Att'j-'.ref- .Nt, ;
NOTICE. 25 00 the best P. GrauU One for eiguly-lwo dollars! Jane B. 1838. ,1 ; ; ;

Q!Xwreb. afterdatp I nhall apply to the judge Do. with other studies 12 00 All tho 29th June 1838,-Ihe other for ADM1W1S i'HATOk'ii. '.SAOR -".. :

tp4 of the County Court of Jefferson eo.nly for Drawing and Painting extra, 12 OfLcssoim tended.Th'r ., dated about the 7th of July, 1838. Monday, the 24lh June, labalI.ep. "
leticrs of administration on the estate of Edmund upon the I'iano "Forte 25 (K has been paid on said noles by my sdeU public Oa NED, a.asgT'belonging -.
Cray,deceased, late of said count,. By order of tho Trustee, I .Kucset t and the notes not given to th*,estate of Jeretmaa Drew 4IC\

UJV.GEORGE STANDLEY. Jan. l"38-22tf' EDWARD REMINGTON Sec'y T shall not pay them again unless com such Ala'being necessary for the payment of4L-.
5. of law. The sale
it course .m take place;al JfeatkeDe :
KF.RU *, and the public inform that their NO'J.' CE. given .-If JAMES T. LIPS COM D. the Court House between' Ue .bmua V... '

have morrd from the atone formerly pcrrrally they 7fllhe' Stoclko'dcn! of the Union Bank ef Florida. the .u NOTICE. twelve. Terms fash 'CJfA.EL-D :",
them,to their New Brick Sloro, next door occupied to \Vm.by ,uIL:HE following amendment lo Ihe charier of Dr. after date,application will be made JllDalbA4.v ;.-v
H.lrancis, where they have received from New To tho Union Bank of Florida, will bn in force for payable Judge of the county court for Leon NOTICE.- 7'\4'L;

4. York,Boston and New Orleans, the moil splendid and after the 15th May next. for $.(, of of administration on the estate ALL persons tndebtedta the tati.fJzW.,
"An act amend an act, entiled an act to incorporate .
assortment of Goods ever offered in this city molt payable ,dec. JOSEPH TDYES. ,deceased ofTsTTinsssei ,', ato'f-.
the subscribers to the Union Bank of Flori having 61 -
of which, are new and fresh having been careful quested to make immediate paymentaa4thom4 :
ly selected in the above markets. da. finder: Caution. having demands will present them dalstliiiuJiiif"* T
They respect Sec. 1. Bo enacted by the Governor and their '
invite Legilath.e settlement WH.H. .
fully their f.lends and the public generally, are hereby cautioned from trading f&NQ' :
the "
Council Territory of Florida That if _
to call and examine for llismselves the Jane 15* 1839 If'' Jdi-V-i -
new rlock, any stockholder who has heretofore, or h.reafter promissory note given by '
consisting in part of the following article, wilh a. obtain a Joan upon tho pledge of may stock, as made payable to Zachariah Jerkins C.ilo' GUU., :. -
Jtrgc'iuanlily uf other goods, too numerous to contemplated in the twenty-ninth section of the A l i dated June 7th 1839 and payable on THE subscriber has ncei"' r t;
mention, vn: first day of January next. for oae WDft"BJllte4 ea..eI
act,to which this i.e.n amendment shall neglect to
English French and American Prints renew or pay up hw slock note for the of 30 bearing forty-four dollars and sixty-six cents, Cotton Gins which.will be found eepeeis': :
Do. and Scotch Ginghams after tho bhall have space by of said note has wholly tailed. any other Gins ia use. N. U.JsIAHTBiLJaae294w .
days same become duo, the
French and Swiss Muslins tioned GEORGE FISHER. VITO "' 4. ,.
Printed LawsCanhriek bharcs so pledged shall be forfeited to the bank,and been ... .. .
and Jaconet MnIn! any premium that may be received from the sale ; Y OF FLORIDA j>*iajster '- -'+ "

Check and corded thereof shall accrue and be added to the surplus County. } a.s. IRON SCREWS received. bj.' .!,
profits of the bank. fhh ph Hankey from Bahuao "". t.1
and '
Figured liobinelt thread plain Bohintll Lara Soc.2. Be it further enacted, Thai it snail he the T J Justices Court. Debt 25 81J] for delivery on the paymealef tLsj .m."rA": :

camhrick edging & insirtinc June 22-it -
Swisg Mull and Book Muslin duty of the board directors, when any share may T.R. >
Plain and f.IJuy.ilb be forfeited as aforesaid to proceed to sell the came ty and all others concerned, are 'LOST. W..it'., :.
Black Italian LotcKtrings and India Silks at public outcry lo the highest bidder before the banking convey notified of the institution of the above in the city,a rol J:. Y'
. Plain and red Satin house in the city of1'allahalUlCe. after giving ten I and arc required to attend at dark IOU mnthword"Friendsbip"indiatinctlycb kad
! Brown bleached Figo and day notice publication in all the papers published Saturday, 27th day of July, 1839 to .' *.
\\ ic and brown shirtings Linen sheetingshi in Tallahassee of the lime and place of sale: if they choose so to do, or judge on the side is also a slight iadenutM.w-. -
II Plain and Figured Satin Ribbons and the purchaser shall within ton days thereafter I July be rendered for plaintiff. The finder will be suitably. rewarded -leav -

As,nrted Taff U <>ell Ribbons &c execute to the bank tho bonds and mortgages he.r.elfoary'to July, 9.-3t WM. HILLIARD, at Uie Floridian office. J.B.a.oh, ..0

Leb.m and Straw Bonnets constitute him a stockholder and be. Q IX Justice of the Peace.- ___June 15-4t ... _,., ,,._ -
subject to the name rule., regulations, and rei lrictionc J 3 -t -
Bombazines and Bombazelts > SUPERIOR COURT. NOTICE. '
;and bo entitled to the same rights, privileges ;
Broadcloth Casnimers and Satinetls and immunities as are guaranteed to an origlnaiItockholder upon VACATION. July 5th, 1839; ,IX moBUnaAer I ebail apply to ,A4r
And a complete aiortinentofrea.ty made clothing : provided that the sale and forfeiture Tho Complainant. of the COUnty Court of Gdld.'C..,. ,
Red and andE. be from the -
plaid Linscys and Kerrey with a line assortment of shares shall not operate to divest the bank of discharged 4mIOisLM.Sf
Negro Clothing lien which it may have had cn the properly of any the W. John S.; late of It. U.Gravea, dee'd; t.. .:l;;

Cotton Osnaburgs. I, 2 and 3 defaulting stockholder but the same shall remain E.E.. H: Chaires, I C1LAUSTJB, : -
Linen and Cotton Diaper Toweling, &c. ,execu Juno 15-tf m..i';
bound for tile security of any debt be may owe tho E. -. ,- ..
cuprrGne Bearer Last Will and 1NOTICI. -
sad common U.taCoarse bank, whether payer endorser or, surety, until E.: ( iw -
and of Wil!
fine hatherSlioe.and Boots Drury
the same shall have been fuIlYlati.fied. penna indebted s. tM -
Ladies fine leather, pruntlla kid aDd seal! slippers JOHN PARKII1LL, Cashier. The f Besly, I t-V ALL notified. that tbs: v : -
Spanish and plain Saddles March 14. 1839. 3i House, Defendants. are placed ia the fends of J.. Ban?
EngU: and Chile :
American bridla bitts I A prompt attention to the saaa* w1Uaa
The Celebrated Horse, K ,
Martingales caddie bags &c -
O ;
Leather seal and morocco tri nlui AIYDUE'V.JACKSON. in ; t e Juae 15, 1833-tf ,
I Foreign and domestic hardwao and l .MtI.r7, whba CTXJ1LL:: stand the ensuing season commencing... but has Robert mball'j -
, /Vf on the lUlltot warcn anno BMMC vt &i sbI .L."x $trayed or ZZJBT0!** *
assortment --
of twoU
good '
'nf .
carj crs subscriber on the West side of Lake Jackson, on : ;: j: S.- -&s.w -
Collins k co, Hunts the King broad and Club the road leading to Munday's Ferry. The terms ings, ; HWeed, '7 several white spots en his bscij a ,,
axesSwedes 10 dollars the single service,20 dollar. the about satisfactory, that the defendant, sear*OB hie fed tWf a -black m-an4t-
are '
American and nail rods &c a.1 >eral reward will be '
Engli-h Iron Beel Filch, given eo
son, if paid within the season,or 25 if not paid in the irp. "
English and American Blistered slocl Henry Nichols, af hi. -
1 til after the expiration of the season and 33 dollars oak, Sawyer date Meade, '
0. do. cast do.Culnailsfrom3lo40. JulyC-(t
to insure a mare with: foal. Particular allcnlion will lt. Edward C. Richards Isaac ras4A

b? paid to avoid accidents, but no accountability. nefit of Robert W, Aborts J. Brewster,
Lange and small j'ot*, ovens spiders,&c PEDIGREE. I Alfred ,Kcrshaw, N. Weed If H.

Patent balances (rom 5 lo 1200 Ibs draught Andrew Jackson was sired by old Timoleon the' S. W. in this cause reside out or the .- I. -- I' .
Chi and Liverpool crockery and ia the United States of is herek/ thnts : -
best race horse in his day, his dim was sired by the' show Florida, NOTICE
Cat and plain decanters fine tumblers&c that adopted by tbC.iayw -
glass imported Whip his grand dam by the imported .ale. is therefore ordered the said de .
$W) insfaocee be observed.
piecr. -
heavy 42 to 44 incliosX bill of
bagging Tupp. Ho has run a number of races and is well The I. the complainants complaint -
)coilf rope turf the of four months, or the xti'.afr. thE yni- rOc -
i expiration
first rate
known in this country as being a dot of
30. 00 IU. Sides and warding clerk at the depevIfl.a4j ?
Connecticut Jbn upper -
Shoulders ba< Hams, horse,and never has been bealen in any match race. Middle be taken pro eonfesso, against the liver foods received fonwd
A fur.' It is further ordered that this nor 'eottoa i
loa BUs.do. Jackson is a be&sliful bay 1C hand high. without an order
prime and :
mesa pork .
2110 N. Orleans Ihcr description is unnecessary as gentlemen who third in the Floridian a paper aeti orderwihin a. -
Whiskey will of Tallahassee for tho
20do.do( Rum are desirous improving their brood horses years city space freight is paid. .
call and examine for themselves. fly.vder.A
"ioipaigne.Holland Cognac and Spanitb Brandy GEORGE YOUNG. cured I July 6, 1839. Clerk
and common Gin 32tf -
Malaga Muscat Red Sherry and Maderia Wine March 1st 1830. I or Stolen _' LL'd :

"M port brown shorn Muscat battle Wine NOTICE. i .on the 14th of June, a bay : -'- -
v FOUR for May are he1b1 aotied is present
London porter ant' Brown Stout : .Judge ef Gadsden County Court J :. A liberal _reward wjll .W T.B.Betioa -
The E IT&11
Gilliland, I1J&
While and Black Lead leave a W sell the real estate of William tome at }IajEiburirda' orb -
Winter common lamps LineeedTannneniOd.togetber deceased, lying ia the city of Tallahassee Ta1l4hll"'U u JAB. VAffHOWT. lath.llmsprixxIbedbylal
.' with a lanre assortment of GroceriesTaUakasofJnly Q.uiucyJuly --( A.8MITBJTAdministrator; July ..' : imasdimi.t jsttjt t.t. ,.hO4

31, 1839.3tPUR1UTVRE.- _. 5Th -
Admlniatralor Sale. BY ) ..niiat'. Sale. ; -

Tr ERR KIRK8ET have reeeired aDd now virtue of an order of the Honorable Judge r .f a writ of FLVl-eel of*. :ias W
BY will writ r
..offr for sale? a large assortment -of fomi.a or the County Court of Leon County a jp Court 'of the: Middto Dirtrict ef

late.' eaaonftble Urmas ever before, offered I be Mid at Public Auction.,to the blghestWdder, of H ; LeoII' Coo-: 'whiditfjormond
taths I"IbIie eoat1atID or on Saturday,the f 4ih day of August next, within JaleTon l lleral totiS. ffaivy is dsfoodaat, lxi.mridgI 1agJ -
$-&ai ao. B.4dd4.I legal hours tor cub the tJA quartet the ipso,and.b1IU1I a&pew.sale- ;'. th. eeety C.m -IJseWeiddlmha. -

=&:" ."NCretariM .Urth.west quarter Dr je tjo f township 001 8&Ja day*.A.quL ncz :br' fefalC .
and&.taWot range ... north and tmt, eotiUlmnf rtv.furscru 'nithi rt H. doer Acf G.e0CW1UI0a t4TYhfIIlS :
D.1 t. u..__ of laud beUmrin to the aetato of KedarVann. a ity' the l Mark m-3.id eintyf* # 41 :;, -
.N M.r&in- deceased, and lobs oM wtjoct rif Ut .4If: J1' be add for ..to.wty s1I'erit ;: iitDAI -

, oektig,0,154 tUlMre.chain with a hand. the widow of said deceased dower therein. infr : w- f- .. DUVAL" Msrabal: *' -
VANN AdoinutratorKedar O B1 J4iaof rD..JrL' !
*'e tHorUncnt oTdinla chair lin geeee feath.. HOllACE ; .
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dooeoteo.July 1
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:, ,, ; FJSrQS*, A "- PROFESSIONAL.NOTICES.Oharles. .. ,. T NEW- GOODS.. : ADJUTANT GENERL'OFFICE, t RECEIVERS' -NOTICE. J ',. ;' 'fELL9'2'-_C. I" '. .'. i

-1 V1 ; iE ---". I0tbim sabscriber having beta duly appointed : :etLIh
> ---I--- 0.- OTHE subscriber baa just received per scloon .. S'' THE DJL 0T'8f.UaTE 4'
Ui' KtaofJob : er;Tuscavillabrig and Nimrod, IromWew GENERAL ORDER. of the Court .Chancery Leon n l c _, -
'Sible1Tt' ;
8 Sttr
** *% wMpvMraivMrny' i ,, York,'a full 'supply .; ProvisionsJDry A'vernor'GREEABLEtoansctp cedbytheIUtLe. County,Middle District of Florida,in lha caN of beell flUrodueedlals Aa4 "

., w. i..,Ess'L...Attoraey Mid
"* ""' .i. !FEas kii profeasional .nricea.aa Attorney and Igio, Oils, Iro and the 4lh 1839,being a'amendment John B. Keen, hereby gives notice toall, persons : A.lew. applications will 3,
*$"t'fltoaUcated'W 10U". ,.J :and,CoonaeiloratLaw.$ in the collection of NailsiVe.&e..bich.r Pain.sale on/very/ 1 the militia law now in force, making more incumbent indebted to the late firm .f;Center and Koen on steornsand pretent further sairsy$ lIiIiL
-Tf.) -', '-h .I E.REA.Aabmtrstlr. debts the4I4t' .Coar, C-1IiMid41e 1.f'liae Middle Florida.District.He will attend all liberal terms. ,Planters ad ofere country Merchant are on the officer* of militia, in the prompt Note, Bond,Book Account,or otherwise,that they Price 60 cenis per box,With pa cfi t. i.

ii' ; ;' 4. Office Muaroe Street.iD the requested. t call and examine for themselves discharge of their duty, which u particularly specified are required to make immediate payment to the For Sale in Isila55t ,
: building formerly L. A. MA DDE N. to wit : requiring'Captains of sabscriber only-and notice is also given to all persona : WAD DEL RA' D ;
IND empaiu
baving eiafms against toe estate occupied by Wm. Wilson Book DOLPa
as A Store.
who am now, or was at the time of,the death hay 18th. "t
ofKG.: October 22d, 12 Majors and Colonels of 1838.
\Vib'deed; noUfled Tallahassee 18th St1larb. ofbUslas
are hereby to May 16S8. 40-tf 188 '
of W. Center in of ,
entjtiwir six muster on the days therein set any goods, wares -
actounts ae tatil within taeotUi
i dst apply! to the, tout for a f aal) dis- LAVIDS.WALKER, Fresh Garden Secds v I forth, the non-attendance to which compels the'delliaflttfill. merchandize, notes,bonds books of account,or anyolher WANNEESPR1 ; ; iHE
ceaety received
". ,*da' e., HENRY BOND. ATTORNEY AT LAW, 400. JUST a fresh lot Gaden J !, .la suffer the. fine and penalty the act re1 property whatsoever, belonging to the aaid : propr& 01 aJ ear .f":: -
of tha ., ,
'tJ"D It 183'- S3 6mExecutor's WILL pranleo; in |K. C ...*--',. *4J.U. P--.... "I -"'.' t' 1, or, officer or that of a court martial. C. I. h. rnrthwith d"AVJl. tjiic.J&i..he. made arTngements to aceo.a ;' .. a

fj Notice.lX of Florida. His office is the first room to the right Ta1aUee' 13th Dc. 18. DruggIst. The Adjutant GencrJ, in reference thereto, Dec. 8, 1838-18 Receiver. liAtflW'narii,4,,*" :. : "

,:\ months .; shall applj to the Judge over J B. Bull's store,in Tallahassee,where he may, Ten Dola Reward. vitws it necessary, owi"ff t the situation of dts- NEW GOODS. w illbeinri.adinessbytb. 1st of JBB., '

!1iX. of 1110 County.Court of Jefferson, for a final always be found. TRAYED the night of Januaryr310th treed Florida, and more particularly as it is re- subscribers are now opening a general as. attention will be paid to the comt, mtSaWannee .JIJt'

ttIem ent and discharge from the Ezecutorship or THOMAS II. hAG WEB. from the stable of the Planters Hotel a BayMar qnind by the General Government to transmit. THE of Spring Goods, which they offer datjon ofthe guests. .

.'While,deceased,late of said County. ATTORNEY AT LAW wit a small white in her fo..head also one near th rouh this cfficer, lo the Adjutant General .1Washnglon for sale. GORMAN. & HALL. Springs, March 30, IJQJJ '

eh: JOS. \VHITE. the wit saddle ,marks on both bides between ,annually, the strength lbs militia March 22d 1C39 3Url For SnleT:-- I
, Dee 8th.1838. Execulor. Tallahattcc, Fla. 4 and eai old. The above reward will be paid on of the lerrilory. <- > 'EIS HOTEL Plantation situated on the tot4f tII''i

i l; ::---- "LIOtFCOUN'1Y Business in the Territory of Florida entrusted to her delyJ to W. E. Rutger at the Planters Hutlor I I hereby require the Colonels commanding the LA Tallahassee. A cello Magnolia, 12 miles ff0l. .1

$f.Cttkholas OUI.T. I his care will be promptly and strictly attended to. ELIAS McELVEY. various rejiment5 to make immediate returns to meat acres of pine wt.iJlaeeconlalntnll60 S.
. ,
N. Branch ) AssninpMttf REFERENCE Thomas county Geo.Feb.23th 1839 29 tf._ Tallahassee setting forth in tho the THK subscriber informs his friends rand y land_ of a good quality. oaka4&kk" pi
c ZW repr The
: 'w. Vl Attachment for$55 issued Johnson Baltimore. each battalion and A::: the thnt he has rented this I- :
,'. MVtHcw Reverdy Esq. Piano :Forte Music. strength of regiment public are principally leg buildings, cd
.ti: J. Allen. IIov. 12,1833i C. Leakin, do. rank of each officer be. j well known tablishmert and is good aa4
Shepard Esq. SALKat the Jewelry Store of Messrs to"'ether with the name prepared ent. The situation is believed to be .,
\ i HE defendant and all others interested will Messrs. Wm. Davidson & Son,Philadelphia. FOR__ &Nuitz. formerly J. Gerardin. I Ion to the several commands. This office relies to accommodate nil those whomay favor him. crop of corn and cotton are also for oeaM taltJ ... '
.;; take nolice of the inrlilulion of said suit by Caleb) ,Cope, & Co. do. ting confidence on the promptness and gallantry with their custom. His table will be well provided of payment will be made be
-; attachment, and they are required to appear and Thomas Elmes & Son. do. For Sale. of tho officers of the militia of the Territoryl with the rarities the market afford, and his bar on the premisesto easy 's .- CI
&pjftitd to the declaration filed in said cuo according' Siter, Price & Co. do. A PAIRofyoung Bay horses, and Bug- the accomplishment of the required report together -I furnished with good liquors, snd by stricl attention I ,, .

'1: f.' -_\J" .-. CHAS. S; SIBLEY Ben). F. Butler, Esq. DisL Attorney N. Y. .L zry, by WI1. H. .JRANC1S.TallahasseeM with tho punctual attendance to the mui ter- to the wants and nccr sj.il ics of his visitors he hopes r June 8. 1839. JOHN STEPIIj,

.rt.I-), Att'y for pl'lff. lion. GarettD. Wall, New Jersey. arch 28.1839. 3t l ing of their separate regiments, battalions, and to receive. a libera share of patronage.E. 441t: :

: -.tpil! 10 1839. 36 3ms Office adjoining that of Leslie A. Thompson, Esq STRAYED OR S'J'bLEN companies.lhey kpjwmgintimalely the importance POOL RANAWAyf- :

. LEON COUNTY COURT. March 9 1839 (13H t subscriber, on k'oiutabout tbe ol'the same. Feb. I5, 1839. 28lf about the 1st of March, a "

:M' Wiley Ganus, 1 ..irsumpsit.ts WILLIAM \. KANUOLPH, FROM 1.yl&1 a chesnut sorrel HORSE, Dy order. f"" Excellency, R. K. Call.SAMJELPAItKIIILL. N. B.-GiKttl stabling and provende-for horses. named MAY; bei..boaLlirl."ii- I

$.. \ Attvbmentforf53Sl 1-4 is- no rather yore necked, with STRAYED inches ,,
"'.. Attorney and Counsellor at Law, mlrk hibtweDty.ruu""fIW. '
a. David L. Evans. ) sued February 1 1839. TaUahasse Florida. I : on his back. Twenty dollars will be given Adjutant General of the Shell Point about the 15lb or 20th of com .a down Lock II4" f

THE defendant and all, others interested will for his delivery at my plantation. Territory of Florida. ]FROM small sorrel MARE, about three ofhissnialItoe.iaev.ychased I

fi. I.. -' notice of the inslilulion of said suit by Jan. 9.1839 Office in the New Court House. 23-'f- June -tfl5 WM. H. WALKER OOltelhofer & Davies, y ears old,a small white blaze in her foreheadrighl of Robert Watson in"I.

attachment and they are required to appear and COMMISSION MERCHANTS hind fool white, a long switch tail, she is a slender Geo. and formerly belonged to Dr. i
.. .lead to Iho declaration filed in said case according LESLIE A. THOMPSON. Notice. NEW ORLE.1NS- builL fill!. Any person hearing.of h.r, I will Uke place. A reward of 20 dollars wiU 1, ..
19 law. p.
r. ATTORNEY f( COUNSELLOR AT LAW. HAVE this day appointed B. C. POPE my 11EFKRENC7E3.. Donti.Esq, it u a favor to give me information of her. DIrect apprehension and confinement in JaiL ,' .
cn&g TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA.J ; AgenL ana Attorney in Middle f'iorida. jtfessra. Ballon & Fisher Marks advertise her in the u.---'
QAt\tY\Ji:1 I'Ut: a note lo St. or to lha subscriber. l
,, 17 1839. If
Juno -
.. A ... i ,L. _. _.:....t'1 A. _
r A 36 3m an VINO Kerr & Kirkiey, Floridian, and I will pay for the notice and any D. A.
give His prompt attention to any bUSIDel I'!I GAlLLAJn
; LEON SUPERIOR COURT. entrusted to hia choree, in the Superior Courts of th e CITY HOTEL.RB. Tallahassee. other trouble and expense. Buukerhill, Fla. 20th April.U 39. '.;_
BULL, would inform his friends tat) he Messrs. Molyneux, Witherby, 4Co.. Liverpool R. MALLORY.. The Columbus
Enquirer will
'f.t1; Spring Term-1839. Middle Districtof Florida, and in the Court of Appeals. i copy th*ntpr/- -
P'v; Union Bank oCFlorida 1} ) J .taken the above named cslabliihuanl, Mach 23, 139. _33 ly April 20, 1839 37tf limes and forward their account to Uiu %,_'. "* :

I I Office on the south side of Washington Square.Feb. formerly kept byCapl. Thomas*Brown, wheie ho YED.FRO CHINA & GLASS WARE Architects and MiAREinvitrdto .- -

h ti Jospph A. Beard and Charles I Attachment, 4000 17. 1638 28 would be glad! at all times to sehis old friend and I :! the Plantation of the nubscriber in Ham F BENCh China, Tea and Dinner?etls,Wines snbmil, iho sabserihriWn
to his best
I them attention
, 1: .B. Bioren merchants and copartners > Law Notice. Juno 22 16-tf County light bay stud Mule thrre &c. For sale by 'V.//. FRANCIS. of July neil,plans fora 1

:1[: /: trading under the I Damages $6000. 1I0S. H. DU VAL, Attorney at Law. will I Tallahwee. """ years old, bought last wirterfrom CapU White, ofTennessee. Tallahas-e Jan J2, 1833 23tf to be built in Tsllal.assco,Florida; ad Ua Cniu

? .t -,name and style of Beard & I I T practice in all the Courts .Middle Flori A.SCOTT The last time he was hoard of be was Carriage & Harness Making. son submitting the plan which shall be Hsiuiu 1

.''.*JB or.n. j da. The drawing of Deeds, Bonds Mortgages Plain and Ornamental Piasterr, following a person passing by Col. VVyche's, Madison !JCPTHEsubscriber having engaged the aervice the approval of the Governor of ibe Tcnksrv'

,THE Defendants and all others are hereby no and other legal instruments promptly attended t("RESPECTFULLY informs the citzclorr.l. ., going towards Monlicello. Any person of a skillful"Carriage and Harness Maker,from awarded a premium of 1200.l,fl

I' of the institution of this suit by attachment Office an the same room occupied by Wm. P. Du, vicinity,that during his absence taking up aid mulo and giving,informatiou to the the North, begs leave to inform his friends and the The buildiug is to be ofbickaaJmut '
and are required lo and val under the Union Bank. this summer, Mr. Oliver P. Roberts who subscriber will be amply tatisfied. halls Met**
appear plead to the may public that all orders for repairs &cshall, be punc: two with sufficient lobbies, capable tf .
declaration' as tho law direct November 28th 1838.-18 be found a R. B. Ker's will execute all work in JOSEPH /KATTS.. lually and neatly executed. the one of them 100 Riprese n.commodatin

WM M. RANDOLPh his line of business. Reference F. Eppcs. R. K. June 15-2t Saddlery Work Done. tho other 50 Senators, and suitable ti
JOHN J. ItOWLES apntaesfcl
Call R. J. *
,; ; Hackley.
.. Att'y for pl'tff. -KIK\IAN; A15ERNJTHY. & HANXX. E. B.CLAnK Executive Offices and Committee Rooms
Notary Public -ilia|
r March I I. 1C33 May 4 39tf
33tf 189. 5 183f' 33-f '
Tallahassee. May cost must not exceed $100,000. *
!\: '' Tallahassee Florida. llerehant
r, : :: 'NC'1' AND STAPLEGOODS. ESTRAYS. New SALE.-A second hand buggy, and a 'las iI TIle plans mud be accompanied with eruatt

.;. VII. FRANCIS ofl'ers for sale. a general Law Partnership. CAM to the plantation of the subscriber in I Refer to R.K. Cal>, and Henry Bond. FOR Home. Price $.275 dollars. Enquir and the person submitting that which sha9 W

..:., V't assortment of Fancy and Staple Goods 71\111- : Law Partnersbip heretofore existing between ,in March last, two smal MULES, Jnn. 17 1839.: 24tf of William the Osller, at Cant Biowns stables. proved will be required likewise lo foraaap :
; ;,;tIoD istinr in part of Silks, Shawls,Worked mus-: WM. P. DUV L and the HonorableRICHARD the one a sorrel and the other Q owieris Jan- 2d 1839 26tf cificalions aswillbenectwMryleeaterialeett.Iract .

,.p1invd I, lace capes, English thread and bobinet 1 la- C. ALLEN, has been dissolved by the requested to prove property pay charges and .OTICE.lTUJE for the erection of the building., '.

;3.ie* CUICL,1 broadcloths caasimeres, sattinetts and appointnienl under jhe United States,of the latter, take them away. RICHARD hAY ARD. (. subscriber informs his friends and the fub Leather, Lime, and Hair. As soon as ibo.p'mn U determined OIt, peBfieJM-'

"" crtlngt, cotton shirlinga osnaburpac.. Also as a Judge of the Superior Courts for Florida. Tallahassee, May 8-6t .Ule, that he has purchased the entire slok &h1L. Subscribers have constantly on hand a lice will be given, inviting proposals, rotoaiz.,

lqItL. : j; caps boots, and shoes for sale low for cash, Wm. P. DUVAL, &. Wra. II. BROCKENBROUGH TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTY DOLl.AKo t Do VAL & HDTCIIIMS, and the busines"i; complete assortment of LEA THER.sait.ib! for the erection.of lite building. -- :
:; '.r approved credit. .are now associated as partners in the REWARD. hereafter be continued in hisown for Gin Bands, Harness Carriage Top, Boo's and C.G.ErtauSa J:*.

I I .!.hJ.n.- .91839. 23.f practice of Law. The first residing atTalNhassee, QTOLEN from the subscriber on Saturday last s Ire occupied by them. He retains his thalk to Shoes &c. Also a constant supply of LlME, :

\i-,. : 1 NIIW000D8. I the latter at the town Appalfichicola. Wm. P. 25th May, by a negro man named George the pdblic for the liberal encouragement re. HAIR, for Plastering: .011 of which, they ofT it Tallahassee,June I, 1839.- Coaumsskacc"
and he sol kites continuance of the l low f>r cash or in exchange for hides,at their Tan
Duval will attend the court of Appeals and the Su reivei, a same ,
JTHHE snbscriber, has received tie! | belonging le John C. Neal the *.* The Tallahawee Star, the Pensseo(c.
per ship following nrgroes He lisa hand Yard. BROWN & GALBRAlTH.Tallabasjee .
on and wi'l continue
nericr courts in Leon, JefTersonGadden, Franklin to keep a general
x JL 'bpring,just arrived from Liverpool viz: J cttlis a negro woman of zeitte, the Mobile Advertiser the N. 0.
a splendid .
years assortment of such 11th. 1838. 1-tf
.u and Calhoun Counties. Mi. Drockenbroo-h goods a are necessary for the ,
*ssortmontofaupfine broad black, a large and : d the Recorder '
cloths age very very woman Milledfeville
consislinr wiI'ipIru ntW
? will attend the of and .a8 town and country trade. He invites all] those who
court the I ALLIGATOR
Appeals LINE.
?;:: .if the following colors: Supeiior ry coarse voice in speaking,her son Adam,about L above three insertions and forward
*"- Courts of Jackson, Frankl;n. Calhoun and Leon have outstanding; accounts previous to 1833, to call Augusta to Mobile via Florida. theirKtmHto .
Blae black 9 old her ,
wool dyed, year Susan daughter about 19 yean p and settle the the office of th. FJorid ao, f.r coiledios.
: T- Black, do. do. cunties.V.- P. DUVAL, old, a likely aomauand her child a boy about same. Order ft oni rountryi THIS splendid line; of fun
-, VfM. II. BROCKENBROUGH be punctually attended in, and goods urihed Horse Post Coaches and LUMBER FOR SALE. ,
; Invisible old.
gree a, one year Beny, a son of Lett us about 12 1 the lowest market
11.. No.2d. 1838.: 16-6m Steamboats is now running 100,000 Shingles, J- "
earen, years complcxioncd, and Liz, a girl I The
for all kinds
highest of
ZD. ; D&hhaUrbi brown Dr. A. !!. RANDOLPh 10 years old, also very dark complcxioned. abut I price given countryproduce. three times a week, between 80,000 Yellow Pine -'
";. Adelaide VI N G located himself in Tallahassee, ofII r. Gorge is a very square built dark coinplexioncd I Tallahassee I A uuta and Mobile ; going westward, it pas'a 40,000 White d. *&

(:- JUne and indigo' fers his profenionailenices to th' publIc negro, about (j or 7 inches high and is thc Commission, April 23, 18. 38-tf I through Quincy, Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays For sale by HOLT k lJLUJ
.iVhieb he will make up to order ie the best and lie is to be found at the office of Dr. J. I.Ran. Father of Lcllus c. Le has always had I New Orleans.LONG .. and reaches PenSlicola,2 19 mile in 40 boor St. Marks and Port Leon. '*1'JIOUCK'S
. @.\.. '* fashion.* A. tile cloth have been dolph on Monroe Street. charge of his is rather on iutelli- &G tVOT. or Mobile 300 miles in 50 hours ; going northward .

!3MIrqh&2sd I expressly for this market, they will be May 26 42 rent fellow, can read .t"il and must probably; J JAVEestablished New Orleans i it pasitcs through duiney, Sundays, Tuesdays, PANACEA. T.1',
I 4u-g.od aa of Britain's boasted wnle. wel of Commission Business I, and Fridays, and reach .Vaeon, 179 miles in 36 i AFRESH supply of the above valuable i., .J
lustre. Fresh Groceries
any & "
Provisions. and solicit the hours. The speed is greater by 20 miles a day,, \ For sale by ._
of their friends
We will the
DENNIS SHEA UST received from New Orleans give to one who will I patronage
20 dolan any STEWART
than it has been heretofore &
J the line. UARNAkD.
public to which i he their on -
rt v best services.
deliver the pledge
No. us
I 4, Berry' Row. 20 bbls. Loaf Sugar. negroes, or place them in The horsr the best May 26 42
Afril are possible.
rt8.IS3fl. Jail in out of the 35-tf _ __
10 finds brown or
4 itfc do any Territory so we can eel The drivers, steady and attentive. --- .
'received by the _Brig John Gilpin from 150 bbls. Pork. Ihem, or wo will give 25 dollars each,for the stolen JUSTTlECElVEDlONE The Coaches coed ami comfortable. Notle ." -w

: ,. .rtoa,'a very superior article of Windlass 25 hhds. Bacon Sides. Nearor.and one hundred dollars for George,if;r ) OUNCES French Qni- The Le Roy 'from Le Grange to Pensacola i iin ALL persons are hereby cautioned sfaimt '

: if asi Lev Port Single and Double Bedftcads, Fur sale on reasonable terms by, lie, Sulphate, Acetate and Muriate of i fine order. for a note drawn by Job S.,CofliV

.. M 4 D
Hrpassed article of jVusquito Netting.2 yds.rerraated TaJah.16._ 1. 1839. 4Mf by some white man, who will try to carry tho ne- 11. nglish Chemicals. Twelve Mahogany Mrdicin Between Pensacola and The stage fa re o II' dated Moiilicello, Fls. 6lh Jauoarj. 183S, aa*.J

Ljneo. In addition to our former PAINTS, OILS, AC. g roc. out of the country. Should they be found I Chrsis,and a large supply of Drugs, Medicines I' ,the line is very much reduced. 'There i j. a daily payable 12months a.lcrtUlc as said noie'ia'wyproperty <
have. added lbs IH the possession of a white man, we will also givo Perfumery, &c. &c. For sale by Hoe of four horse coaches and is improperly kept rOlll my >oa i*
geueral 25OO White
assortmeut of Tin Load, in oil, in keg of 100 Ibs post beswcen Chattahooch -
,1"J, and 25 lbs each-Linseed oil, Turpentine a liberal reward to any one, who will place him in WADDEL, R.JNDOLP//, 4- LEWIS. c and Tallahassee. Said note is supposed to be now in. lie oryof

ftd by the above vessel six Refrigera.CeLisIgfltflentwbhch ; Brushes, &and Window GI.ul Spt.various sizes. I, any jail or give as such information a will lead Miyl9 41 Office at Brown's Hotel) Tails hassep. New Orleans. AUGUSTUS \LS'O'MlY .,,

will be sold cheap for For (y to his detection. W. C. SMITH, I i-fi. SWAIM & Co. Passengers will please bo particular to enquir 1&I9. 39lt;
: ,1 W R. J. ROBERTS. for the Alligator Lane. I.WILSON. The New Orleans Picayune will insert tbe abs
.e' :
.' AODELL R.7:00LPJ LEWIS. Monlicollo Florida June 1. tf CotnmissfotttSlorafe&Foricartling six time. and transnut
;,. GAMBLE REID. April 38tf x Agent U.UIBCV weekly, Us accovatle,
1F.ee.ca71.1239. abe .Jppalachicola Courier, Mobile Rcgi'lcr, MERCHANTS, March 1.M833; o'tf otfie*. "

-V" IMPORTATIONS."RECEIVED STRAYED P Gazette, New.Orlelnll'icayuDe. Savan. 'And General Dealers in Dry Goods OF BILIOUS I VALUABLE CITY PROPERTY )'&: -
FROM plantation of the sub nab Georgian, aid Sentinel and Herald is I GROCERIES, PROVISIONS J1fFAbSE COMPLAINTS I
v *
.per ship Spring from on Saturday March 23d a will give the above 6 insertions and forward their P. H. SWAIM, { SL M rks, l DF OF CURtiA well regu SALE.
u' ,_. sorrel Marc five accounts t the Star oflico foi collection. ERASTUS COMBS. J Florida and proportionate quantity of bile upon the rglHAT Valuable Propertysitueted .*3fosro*
Manchesteiprint,. yer htoiiuch ill always requisite fur the promotion of JL Street, at the South West corner of Ws j jI'
white feel and small have and warehouses
a large commodious
1.? 40' British lawns Notce.WILLAM THEY noun J health-it stimulates ngton is offered -1'b-
and digestion and
cambrics.r at sale.v
b r keep squa.e private
reward: will be paid II. Esq.of Tallahassee storage of cotton and ,merchandise d
4. .Scotch muslins mull,beok& batctlas i BRUDII I, will attention the intestinal canal free from ill!! obstructions. On I Buildings: are at present occupied by )frDafit'
,or particular to forwarding I-
. I my agent during my absence pay receiving the inferior k l
: surface
d' Furniture chintz of the liver U a pvcu'iar bad! Confectiner, Knowls & Hutching the Wa
'. EDWARD I' GR.\T. from the Territory. C. i and shipping cotton and merchandise to
: 4 super broad cloth, 3jlf 29 tf It JL.June in the United States. have anyport d er, in which the bile is first preserved, being formed man Printing Office, the U. S. Quarter HtsttV
__ifrg Brussels carpeting They constantly by the liver from the blood Thence it Gco.& F.. Linenburger J.A*.BerlbeloaeB
: t IDeM and WOJBCDS hosiery NOTICE : -Valuable Plantation for Sale. : on hand a large and extensive assortment of Goods i!into the stomach and intestine, and regulates passes theindigestion. The situ itin forbusnessi.onc of the mnst d4sfible

; ( subscriber notice his friends and : subscriber Vcing about to leave the Tcr. Ir.u descriptions, which they will sell low in lots i Thus in
BriUsk long cloths THE gives to r we see when there is a deficiency the City. Apply to WM.P. DUYAL
: LfrZabrownstoutBBS( ) in general, that he has openlt anENGRAVING : ritory, offers for sate his plantation I in lefer.: to suit purcnaiCM, for cash or approved credit. ;of bile, the body is constantly costive. On the other: Nov. 10 14 Iff| Att. in fact of Dr. Chats Hair*'

Scotch ale, (BBS) J & COPPERPLATE PltN1ING'Olc c lon county, .'loridl, which lies four miles c f They hope by a strict and prompt attention to the 'hand, an overabundanco of bile, causes frequent Noilce.llfl .
i interests those .
of business
entrusting to their
_ pure Con ac brandy, : in Tallahassee, next door to Monticello, thirty-three from Tallahassee, and care nausea in the siomacfi[ ; and often promotes very severe :: subscriber tub day disposed .fB.-
to continuance
merit of the liberal
;: '. berry and port wine,in bottle, Jote.here all orders will be executed with the eighteen from Tliomasville, Ga., through which heretofore a patronage attacks of disease which sometimes end in : Stock of goods, to Mem IJowliwf
... care and despatch comprising Noteplates place the great Brunswick Rail Road will enjoyed.Si. death.Fevers.
k I crockery; assorted greatest Balk shortly and jake thin opportunity of receranweeRutgers -
.? "pickles Invoice, Bi'ls' of Lading, Maps, Chart be constructed. Tho tract contains twelve-eights Marka.J.n.30 1839. 2Gtf arc always preceded by symptoinsofa disordered ing the firm to his customer, be is confident fro**

; :. .wbilakaa.rs Mercantile and Visiting Cords, !. and a half or.1,000 acres ofland, two-thirds of i it Notice. Momach ; as are also scrofulous disorders I, their bastn BsjiaJ>its, they wilt terra tae iaN eJ

:. Irish apple potatoes, Also,Copper Plate Printing execute with neatness being excellent hammock, o.k. and hickory and TilE Co-Partnership hereiofoie eiisiing in'the and! all sympathetic functional, organic or febrile! .n l those who are disposed to patronise then.

: lu.1t, and de'patch.-Sjlver plate every description the balance pine land of I chocolate color. There STEWART DAIINARD, Lcfn-r, dl-el1 cB. From the same cause, the natural and R.H.lEILRY.ApriIS .

c "IH,, -' L II. BERRY. neLly engraved and repaired. are upon this tract ofland a comfortable dwcl'ing' dissolved W the death of the senior par.Jicr, all healthy action of the heart, and the whole vascu 36At

: .y.II-II'' THOS. M. STRATTON house, 1 gin house and screw and all the other persons indapted to the lint are requested to make!: I lar syt-lc'H is impaired and reduced below its natural -C-O-p ARTNERSHIP.AVlNG .

;: '", FURNITURK... POCKET BOOK LOST.LOST appcrlenances peculiar to a farm, &well a near immediate please settlement the and all having claims will standajd; as exhibited in palpitations, languid Purchased the Stock of K.U.Bsrry

mx.Tabks,Mabogony and Cant sea t on tho 22d inst. between Tallahassee and abut four hundred acres of land nnJcr a good present E.BARN.same."RD.Jr. pulse, torpors of tho limbs,syncope.and even death i.r-.i the subscribers have ILL day 'entered ist*:

Bedsteads single and double Hair Le Bradford,a small pocket wallet cntin. and in a high state of cultivation,the greatest Tallahassee Surviving Partner i tselfin lonst-quorco of an overabundance of a peculiar Co. arl enhip Hiider the firm of COWLING .t :
Iirc. For sale by 1 ing $' Union Bink money, a $20, and two $1 10 prat of which is fresh,i having been cleared within i.J. 49 tf1NTENDANT'S ofc.ime substance' to tho digestive organs. RUTGERS. Tney solicit a continuance of .t

-.49 H.FRANCIS.. I bills. Also! several notes of hand, .follow: One the last three years. The land is well watered, OFFICl: TTALIUIUSSEC The approach of billious disease is at all time. palrou-dge hcrelofore beftonred on the concern. '

'r'te: : 'u'1S39. 23tf against Capt. J. W. Lavinus of $240 payable tho and during tho residence of the! subbcriber upon I it, MAT 1C, 1839. ( attended by decided! symptoms an existing dis. JOSEPH DOWLING

- !. BICE. lit January last, endorsed by Col. FI.herone he has no had the first ute of chill and fever in i IN: pursuance of an older passed by the City cur.d talc of the stomach and bowel*; i. o. with EDWARD RUTGERS.

r >30 Tierces Charleston RICE at against Col. Filler of $160, payable a the same hit or black family. The subscriber invirelI.orsonl Council of TallaluiiKce, the owners of all unimproved those signs which are known to point out their contents Tallahassee April, 18.9 6lf! __

w. Iuts.otPrtI.eon.by J date-one against Dr. J. B. Taylor for $C8, payable who are desirous purchasing good lands lot, in tho limit of the corporation of to be of a morbid irritating nature; but whenever AUSTIN-A CO-

t: ,:' HOLT. & MILLER. in July last. The public are cautioned against I in Florida to call and examine for themselves, i as Tallahassee are hereby notified that if the undergrowth the alimentary canal happens to be loaded inform the citizens of Tallabassc*
trading for either of said Notes. he will take pleasure in showing them his linos id on said lots,such as bushes, weeds, &e. arc with irritating matter some derangement of the WOULD J
that have
CO.PABTWEB8IHP.Bbeeriberi 1 will give $20 reward to cay person the land contained within its precinct*. not removed before tho hat of next June, the said healthy operation, either of the general system orof on Jfain Street ), they taken the store
)*.entered into partnership who..i A good bargain will be I bushes, weeds, &c. shall bo removed the ,lately occupied by D. c Wilson:
return me the Pocket Book and contents. granted and liberal terms by Corpo. some particular organ of the bed,1S the certain E&q. where
t 'eke Arm 01 J. fl. BULL CO., arid May24-If JOSEPH LBERTSON. will be given. ration ut the expense, of the owners of lots. The result; and when this state happens to be united sortmentof they Rich are now opening a complete ss*i
&;,09tte baainesa of fA ERCHANT TAI- said undergrowth, buhr weed with of Jewelry. SiJrel
GEORGE GRAVES. &e. being declared any other symptoms disease U* effects are and Plated
, ; .- LIt in this plaet aid the of New For Hire. a nuinance And Ware, Cutlery, Fancy articles, te.,
city Monticello Jefferson Fla. the citizens
; Tho
NEGRO co. are hereby always thereby aggravated. progress of which
WOMAN and her thor offer be
boy eight on as good terms
: 11& been made yearsold. as they caD
eaU for A required their back
a coi June U
tf. be
8,1839.- yards swept Saturd.y organic obstruction olten so rapid as scarcely to
She every
is in
cook purchased
a and bt this
good ue .ervat It.,
; country.
Waaply of Casstmeres, VestIt morning, and that the admit of time for the
sweepings be put in application of such aid as is tobe Personal
Apply to attention given to Watch ) ,
':: T.BEZEAU. : repairs
large lert.ment of Ready Made I May 11-tf f 10 REW ARI. a box or barrel ou the edge of the streets, so that offered by art yet general, the promoaitory i whch; from long experience, they can assure t .f

.: iiidthy ate DOW prepared to acoommo- AN.iWAY (rom the on the 3 the corporation cart may remove Ihe same during symptoms of gastric load are perceptible for a i public will be done in first-rale
A toeeEs and the public, in any article i For Sale. _wiilt .Negro boy DICK about 17 years the day. R. B. KER, Intendant. day or two previous to the feverish psrozism, a flatter t.hc.mseJveslhat manner.attenlioa TbfJ w
by given due !
: ; .lJ&eirli.. One crtbe partners, Mr. A VALUABLE J'J.ntaioQ in the Cork of Oc k.. ago, five Oct four inches high ..'/ b.c. sloulDulH _Tallahassee_ May 17-6m. __ __ period when the most efficacious aasistsncA mAJILkttec 'lx .._-'with a desIre to pIeasetdreciitialiaIalike *"
IlalCa.York-meualelbem i to I. countyna.QUJ and Saw ,- the stomach and '
.L..I.nh An Actiiii "Z s uyuoiaaamg alimentary
n.j ; c.a.d O above nigu water tot to tub estate oTDreir Williams, d e'j ind .'HAJED OR STOLEN canal of its irritating and thus public patronage.
j. HULL, wil be acmmoating, apply to W. posed to be in the neighborhood of Kr sup, FROM Shell Point, a small sorrel IT1ARE the susceptibility of disease.contents' reducing -TahahaMre NnnmlN"r 17. 1838. l' '

_-...';, J7.1S38.HEKRY WADE:, O. Kenan-on premiI, subwrribjr at Miccasukie. Bloxhal tail,thin mane, a small blaze in the moflltt's Life GALL1GHAWS VEGETABLE -,
(.,. 15 fice,and has a wart at the lower Medicines, should always
ComfWt. D- L. KENAN. The above reward will be corner of one of '
.- Rocky given fo the r'ur of her be taken in the early stages of billious FEVER AND AGUE PILLS 'J

:. .... IA7TKAIT8 HOTEL.tha I .4pril SO 1939. 39tf said boy, to me at TaUahasm was eyesoueer missing about both the hind last feet of white. Said mire and if persevered in strictly according to complaints the direc; A certain and lasting cure for this disease. FeZ .
I1urlbsi J. D. February or first of sale
&bI liberty of Informing Strayed GALDRAITIK March. A liberal reward t tion, will positively effect a core. by i
"fobtic. generally, that he away 'from the subscriber, O the June 15, 1839-If will return said give to whoever The mineral medicines often prescribed in these WADDEL. RANDOLPH* LEWIS. .
? ." ReoM .laUly known as the last, at bis camp near Bain June IS.-St* MOLLOY Shell Poin't. diseases, although they may effect a temporary Tallahassee. April H, 18. 8. _38 ,

:. JVrQaincit wkiefc under hia bridge, on the Brunswick and Florida' Rai Notice. cure, at the santa tin cieate BEEF:
an"unbealthyatate of CATTLE.
'fir-es,,.kaa''tutderfoat.' thorough repairs, a small Uhta.el horse,about 14 high ; A ILL persons are hereby cautioned from trading' MIDDLE DISTRICT OP FLORIDA. the blood, and consequently tend to promote a re I "
aW U MOW ready to receive and enlerito0tokU rrather a sore back, aid with slender limbs. A li- for promissory notes payable mty days turn of the very disease which W.fNTED.1opure laserONlBEEJ"
-* ability, all who may favor beral reward will be given for the rcor"rloC tbe after date, drawn in favor of John J. Clark, signed rI Leon Superior Court-Spring Term 1833, to core It is then by the use of they are employed CATTLE (or which the lIifaesa
; James Lynch, purgatives exclusively -'et' will t.
James Jones and endorsed rice be
"rpttronipa. same and the of him to Mr. B. F.Perbam, B. by Chat lea formed vegetable l. r_ riyUoa applicaooa!
delivery compound
Jones, dated between 22d and 27th May last vr. 1 possessiug BROWN & GALBRAITB.Tallahassee. -
4 know ho deems it resident ,
i MOB, nnneceasa Engineer the Brunswick and Florida 0 A within themselves deliterioua
J. B. Dallura and Phil. no :agencies '
I han the same, I' .Jan tS 25&f"__
Vttli against
to the in Rail Road
.pel manner Company,atThomasville, or lo of.ett G. bich decomposition,eombin.\t.ion,or alteration
.'. __ swW HI k.pt. To aU! others, 1 be i Gorman & Hall,Tallahassee., .IOnl. JAMES B.JONES under Hambough the trading AttachsMHt for $3645. develope or bring into action; and therefore can FOR fALE. '
o June 8,1839.-4t. name style & I capa 100 bales .
best Northern St. tfarkser
-.lu'j1JcfptOl'lountlr., and ALEXANDER WINALL blo cf Hay at '
firm Dallum & Ham. producing no effect save that which desired '
I !_'JO fmai of him. Asa. Engineer. J -that a safe remedy ia found. Pert Leon, by HOLT. &. JHLLW-. -

.: 10 1 -.\ 'ISAAC. -' WATIIANS.tYfr Thursday, May IS.BANAWAY. TO Plantation RENT Shell Point" bough defendants and all The Life Pills and Phenix Bitten have Apni1201839_37tfWAGGONS. "' -
at others '
t&t THE JYHE interested are proved to be the most happy in their effects in cases -
& by Mr. A.Forrester notified of the institution -
.- ;"UW.unt. O IN Sunday morning &a bright mulatto boy, a. I is offered occupied for rent the ensn.ingycsr. by attachment returnable to the nut term of Ihis of said suit of bilious diseases of any purely vegetable prspa TWO 2 horse ADd several one 'bora Carryall

between 3 and 40 yer of age, aba i_1. For terms and further in- Court, and sre required to ration ever offered to Uie public if the stomach ia .Waggons. For sale by .'
., *.'thascbscriber: on this,night feet bigh, spare bUil named TOM. A of titer information, apply to declaraflunfiled, therein appear plead to the foul they cleanse it by exciting it to throw off its WH. B. FRANCIS

;: tjt f nafr aaa by tba name 75 dollars will. gives la whoever may apprehend R. H. BERRY, T. U. UAGNERPJtffY.according to law. contents; if r.ot. they pass to tha duodenum wilfc- T llaliaa
_. f a.>..o t It le&-dark eonplez. him., GEORGE W. DANIEL 20-tf ,June 22-3m All'y. out exciting vomiting or nausea in the stomach ; Notice., : .

__ -.M4..It'ttoti&.ft lies With* pleasing I x Ja'D J&3tTOR .- stimulating the neighboring vkero,as IB* hvw sad Subscriber having. ". STEAM

: p.tbhti@ and"or URN.'S GAHDEN .SEEDS. BLANKS. Fresh Oro ceria paaeras ao as to produce a more copious flow of MILL at his place, two ana;half'miIeaE'' JjC
-- { qj4 6hes .big' A GCprl Assortment of Blank printed no OTHE undersigned are receiving, schooner their secretions into the intestince, stimulating the Tallahassee, will be ready atall limes lo'MMV!
r .;flcic'k and i Grass,Clover,and Flower seeds of good paper for sale at this Office. per oxhalnnt capillaries ia
$ : ready : 'lVan Bitten, from New Orleans, Cineinnali terminating tho inner cost with! Lumber and)Meal UboM who Javor-JkM -
___ Md 6o. It" hot f bc oC Justice Executions, Blank Deeds, I which in increased Saw of the way .,;
____ i i gq M ,r'h put up Bacon, wishes, particles of with application. : JOHN G 'K -
Datiha. H ..". Tulip.P Summwns Bills of Sale .
let or tho
Vtard4t Fort Brooke, AL a .I Hams Sides Shoulder. body, foreign matters, ot retained. scciotioo, NehanMHhla.JuaaH.1838. ,:.
l'_ and an assoiittent ,Subpoenas, Declarations (
__. I 'Mr t s Brown
III .iCt io44isbsaetb was of Flower Pot ta Jel by. War. i ants, I .- Sugar. For sal" by vWADD i I' WANTEIX ;: "i '

i ,.....:will be given WADD.L LiANDpJ41, Sr Lwfs, I && && :All of which will be sold low for cash :URANDOLPU> LEWIS.. EIGHT liEN Ici"ompIej64 .air. ftltJf 1 ,.t

ia"NIIt." Feb.8 1839. _:_ ,To ,Tie.Public. *4 paper at abort time. or approv IT&lIa.b nee. Jane 2& If '. subectib e a. the U(, .}
... .,by D&D jUT .": tAjDLtBY1tftARNE8S.. '.T ALL peraoiu ar. ai&Q.tadin ?with Mao, consignment. '. -t. NOTIC&W. S. Sarvey.trow 'the Natvarldtl .aIte .

-?,, ,,;5..,;... _. .4 GENERAL eftinfiii of Addles bridle* &c- : K. West for a note OJ Caoon I LD'o( One.BOBdred & Twelrc bbls,Ballire )!.-,RANDOLPH Marks Riw,too thes.otbofSWH Walm "

.sr. HUI: S71E Ldtgo,one Iwo aj,4 (our hoe hare'Fou1 ,500, .there .. iU'Iina.said 15 '> Flour, which will be sold Iowoi cash '.' 'U ray aothomad agent the ApailaeMc.1a,and INOW1bbS. ... .
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