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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: November 30, 1850
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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;: ; .ftori&hm! $- Journal.! MCCARTHY'S subscriber has made COTTON Jurther GINS.improvements SALES BY MASTER, &c. TiGO'TERNOR'S MESSAGE. hereafter made by the General Government, ; respectfully-suggest J t r


.'" .. THE throe Gins and as they are now made, believes Master's Sale. : ExccrnvE DEPAKTXECT, ) tho propriety of creating a Board of Internal Improvements, under.. i r
PUBLISHED, n: CUV: $ATWHVCTESIXG.. that ti>*y are better than any other Roller Gin "such restrictions ns the Gencralsst -. -may deem salutary.It It'
_. lYorraier 2. 1850.
I. decretal order of Leon Circuit in
n i r- .i -ITT hatc\er. The Cotton,also,will command a better TJNDER vJ a Court FclloiT'CilKens J is gratifying to know that, for the first time, public attention out f :
i: K M s : price in New York or Liverpool from these Gins! t ban Knuity" made in tIle cause <>f EI\\"srdlkaJr.ord. of the Senate of the State i is awakened :
becoming to the immense and varied
Riiliard Bnulfiird. and Thomas Bradford r. W m. P. and Ilouse agrictilturrJ f" t 1
HOLLARper annum, if pait"! in advance.vn from anj other Gin. Tht following certificate will of llcprcscntaliccs :
'J'fT1Ur. Craig heirs of heirs of John Judge, rod resources ofl'lorivia. A spirit of earnest has t 1
show the estimation which tbeare held in (tLi. LaFayette, I with inquiry been
if sincere
fIC"u A HAI-V, paid within .i ix tnotitt, greet pleasure, the re-assembling of the Constitutional -
(others I will lfer at sal l before the CourtHouse aroused and occasional and *l
.' R.it ootpaiduntiitherndolthcYcar part of the country. )public % interesting facts are developed, but still i: :
.u\ j
Representatives of
in Tallahassee on MofiJay the Cth day of January the People, after the lapse of so long an the of information this
nu niJIbe riridly adhered to, and114'afltinued : next,a tract of Lainl} coutiinkiij 560 icre more interval, mull! doubt not it it ill l e our mutual purpose to cooperate means upon important subject" are lamentably \

until all airearagc-sare G MCDENCOUM-* Fla., Sept. 20, 1850.I or )kiss, being all of Socti 'ndittsi at the b-rts. Sul -I have been running one Jarott's Improved Mc- sources to recommend to the crcxM'm of Hoard!
pubI > a Agriculture
\
of
South East ,) in To\rnlup 1 North Range 1 loveel yon r ,
vvd for three Carh's Holler Gins for more than three months, quarter -'tatl'. Let us humbly invoke the aid of the Almighty Iluler '
moptlis at One Ea.it Ttnns-CAML l'un'hai't'rlt to pay for Master'stitlos. which, filled by enterprizing, intelligent and patriotic citizens who (
: r and have in that time, out large amount ot of Nations in the of this ,
uvmr-'is 'n-irtt :1 1 0. r.very: oidor for the ginned BENJ. F. WJilTNER, so ordering affairs Commonwealth that we i
would
paler! tlul II1 l 1 llisc.: unt>' mu.t (be tcom| atned with Cotton with it. It has given me no trouble, and I Novcmljcr 23, 180. 46 7t Master in Cluuiccry. maY find a rich reward in His favor, the approbation of our constituents consent receive the appointment, might without expensdti ( .
the cnh, uuIea tie order comes ttiroti ii any of our have liut no time with it. I have also obtained the and the public advancement virtue order the State, serve as an important nucleus and medium fe>r the collection f :
authorized highept market price in Liverpool for my Cotton intelligence, en. and diasc.nination valuable: facts with
'uI'driy :< ntt in the Stale. very Commissioners' Sale. ; regard: to the agricultural .
D with the Gins terprize, prosperity, an1llmpT inf'ss. t; .
from this Gii. I am much pleased ,
of Florida anll1t the
resources time awaken k'1'
and recommend them to the MARY R FORT, The two years which have elapsed since your last meeting. have same a spirit of

: AZVIRT1EMETS public.JAMES IIIIMS.GAT"DrN ts.ZACHARIA1I. been seasons of more than ordinary prosperity. A kind Providence: i improvement and progress in the great planting interest of the : l c I
the '
VTilbeinsprle.l! at rate of One Dollar por-quare C. FORT. State. '

twelve lines fnrthe first, and fifty rent for each COUNTY-, Fla., Sept. 27, 1S50.I B virtue (if a decretal order. in Equity, made at has preserved, to an unusual degree, the health of our I'cople, and The terms of office of the Circuit Judges, under the provisions of I
cnto ttcat I insertion.?' .reasonable! deduction crowned their agricultural labors with abundance. A dark t''f.. l
balesof the List Term of Loon Circuit Cotirt we will offer great the
I that I have Constitntiem
ginned seventy
"mile l made on i Ipsal notices, estate notiec", ,'ear.I Sea hereby Island certify Cotton with Jarott's's Impro-ved McCar at public sale,ln-firc the Court house in Talhiliasse (n i doud, it is true, has hovered over our Indian bonier and still remains bents expiring in July List, I re-appointed the incum j( 1

I ]h notices/ without alteration, bj person, hiungtegular I I thy's Gin, and think it superior and far preferable on tIll First JfuiiJay in. January next, tlie fulluwing: uadispellfd; but in all e1e I may be tllowed to congratulate you to serve until the adjournment of the present session of the t .
accounts with; the office. General Assembly. The will therefore devolve
Lands) viz duty of r
liaveeverlriei. 1 be- : upon
other I yrn
accounts to condition
our State
malay any upon as a and People. The confident -
prosperous! j
All 'annrjncprnenii of candidates for officp FIVE lien:, as they are now made they will give, on an Ea-st )half of North East quarter of Section 21 ;- electing the entire judiciary of the State. Upon the subject of the > .
hope entertained that the difficulties
j>ouAn -inrariably in advance.! No allention "West half nnd Wet half of which have so long .
average for 1 three months,without ,lepair, three hundred of North \Vet quarter, organization of this important branch of the! Government, certain .
will be paid; to any nrdertor announcement unlcbs s pounds per day. GEORGE A. CROOM.Qcrvcv Scuth: West quarter of Section 22; all in Township 1 cramped our energies and retarded our progress, are all fast disap- considerations themselves to to which I invite \.
with the suggest me
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cash. at-
accompanied Nt rth Range 1 West, contiiiun-x 240! arres more or ]caring, and that Florida is destined soon to realize, in her actual your .
tention.
All reliiious, marriage, and obituary notices pub. Floiida October 10, 150. less, commonly known as the Fort Tract" wealth, population and all the fond which in i .
lv hot editorial progress anticipations ,
Jisheder8tuitovi ; notices for pri- As our highest tribnnal th Law without
This sale ordered cifi-ct the announcing further :
to pnrtiti .
J benefit,will be charged .adJ.tiscm'nh. This is to certify that we have examined the Gin among darker days, we began to regard as dreams, but which her immense appeal
ute
as
)heirs. The will l one-tliiril of the pum1a.oIcIO'I'Y and the of the citizen in the last
of John M Jarott, of Ihi place, commonly known terms e, and in determining rights resort, it is
undeveloped .
us he' McCarthy Roller Gin, (for Sea Island'Cotton,) and one year'* int re"t in C'ah ; the other two- resources fully justified us indulging.In all-important that the constitution of the Supreme Court be such, ;'
J O n W O K K a State in tho condition of claim
and have seen the same in operation. We do n''t thirds in two equal annuil hwtdment, bearing 6 per' ours, no subject can a more as in the best degree to ensure in its decisions and .
We are well prepared to execute Job Work, such hesitate to say that, in our opinion, the cotton prepared 041 it inU-rcst I'urcluscri' to pay f.r (.'mn *ioiierd pressing interest than that of public instruction. In older communities : accuracy public .

as bill, cards blanks, ;pamphlets) &.c., with neatness for market by this Gin is cleaner or prepaied titles. E.\J./F. \niITNER. under our government of popular opinion, it justly takes the respect and conuid nce. Our judicial system has now been in opel't t
iid All \\otk of AUG. R:: MAXWELL ation for a period of five -a lapse of time which enable
di'ftpatcli. thi desciiption, in bttter style than from ai.y Roller Gin we are acquainted first ruk-but here recently embarked the experiment of State years may .
except (br Iwr"on havinearlv accounts with) with'e do not believe that thestaple i* OSCAR A. MYERS, upon us to detect and remedy any defects in its organization. Of somo

the office mu"t he paid for on delivery. at all injured by said Ginn, and think cotton from Commi,mcrs.Novemlcr government, with a population' rapidly increasing by immigration, one hundred and five cases presented to the Supreme Court .
__ __ __ 23 1BiO. 4C Ct Scuiin scattered over vast extent of and to a degree destitute daring /
--- ---4"-- .--- '-_ them will command as much as any othct Roller Gin a country great this time, for its adjudication, upwards of two-thirds of that number
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the
of civil and
BERRY & ROWLES, whatever.SMALLWOOD, GIBSON & HARRIS. Leon Circuit Court-In Equity.Win. ordinary means religious instruction, no subject have arisen in the Middle Circuit If the Judges had been confined I, "
can in terms for nil and
Anclioncm and famll1h ion Merchants and appeal stronger possible speedy atten- to their respective Circuits, the Judge of the .'tit.It.lle.CirCt t wculel .
D. Slostley-, AJm'r. of Sani'L! r.irkliill deceased tion. The fund already realized from the sale of the sixteenth sections .
Cotton Brokm.fpH tU3: One of the above Gins can be seen at Mr. David yl'. have been excluded from all participation in the decision! of this .

.\ KrPL rorIea'oro' t the past ncason, and C. Wils .n' store in Tallahassee. They are war Union Euit of lloridaaud otlicrs.PURSUANT is perhaps sufficient to justify a commencement of a system of large numbt of cases, and the Circuit wouU have been to all intents
ranted well. All orders' ;! attended common school: education, if aided by laws judiciously framed to ;
to
1 flattered themselves perform pn.mpllv
h.nii2 that atis. without the IJ lIch. The
they gave tn a decretal order (IC Court in the a representative upon alternating ;
fjrtimi t"> I ilx-ir pations, ajun oUi-i lliei'r er'ices as to. JOHN M. JARROT. L al.'ve cane, I will offer at public! tale bx-fore the) elicit co-operation from tho 1\ oIle. Indeed, without this, any fund Liw prevailing for upward of two relieved this "-
years iiiequahit'anil )
Octf her t S'fl. 41 ?tTOVLE ,
Quinrv .1
COTTON IIUOKUIS.: The will attend to the -ale Cnurt-lluutIC in Tallalia-iH ow tJiffnt Monday inJanuary would be iiveiess to effect the beneficent purpos* of public instiuctioujand .
burdens the
Justices
of the
imposed nearly eqaal
ol COITOX b> Cample and get the iiiglieM price & 2IYERS, n<'zf. in kcal hours, the folfowiiig real estate ; with this view I respectfully suggest to the Ltgialaturo the upon Appellate l- I
CO the of that however f
Since law
thenuiket uiii .lft. the
repeal
thai t atlos and make objectionable
|prompt| u-turns Watchmakers and of the paM) S:1r.l11'm'k1JII d.T*':'te Jewellers
of the Miue. AUvaj on the Bj'ot they will be able The ii'Ttli-west quirU-r the wrath-west quarter, the upon inequality has revived. Referring to the printed Reports of the ".
tut' tie e 'ory advantage of the (fluctuations of the .. TAVING proeured the service1 subject of common schools, and such further legislation as may
ami tins )lulf Court that of
<-a t half of eoarh-ca=t qunrt4T, wo-t of I find! adjudications since time only three cases from
market. Their cliaige*will be (o1lor.Fur .. J1 of Mr. ALLEN formed ol The first and i.s .
as fiirr..9I.: the irth-wii-t Jscction three} ((3)) Also Lois seem proper. simple, yet grand important object, '
quarter the Eastern Circuit on from the Southern, and! four from the Wes
sale rf 12 bale or less, fit) cents bale. .h. ths city, they are now prepared to to within reach of child in this State the ,
the
per fi H1I.l h ill Soctioti four ((4)) and Lot 2, 3, 5, C :uiil l 7, place every opportunityof
of the
25 tern. Duitiig the operation alternating law appeals in
40 4 4 execute all woik in the above line,with were
prompt- ill Si-ction nine, ((9)) all in Towu-hip two (!,) nortliIvan l learning to road and write-of acquiring those indispensable' elements -
40 at} cc co.< and in the tot t tati fact .iy manner. To our friend th iusand nearly the same ratio0; that this inequality wmld seem) to consist "
uiel, west, containing one < acre*,
e ( ) of education which him in fit himself
f-hlIll'bce position to
Over 40.t 25 cc U-- at distance, an early attention to all woik which a :
more or lev, lyiii on Lake ..Tackson.Northcast cither in the small amount of business in the Courts of those Circuits .
BERRY & HOWLES be forwarded to will be civen.TOWLE for the enlightened discharge of his important civil and social duties
may us, .". ;
quart of Si-ctim T. 1. R. 2, N. and R or in.the inconvenience attending; an appeal. If the-latter LtIle
New iJuildni, :*, Main Street. & MYERS. 11 half N.V.. S, T. I, R. 2. N. and E.W and the more remote he i is from such opportunity, the greater would
quarter, then the double itself that the .
objection
,
tmir14,1V.)
3fi Cm September 2S 1 WO. .IS 1 If l.nlfX. .. W. .. .mu1tr", 2.. '1'. 1.. Il t. N. E. fe'H ni tr> 1 Is:! bis__ fbiim__ mum., us for relief.: A ulan. characterizpil )bvsmiplicity ., case I.. .. .' It presents" ., peopteoftriOe j. .
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Towle & Payers S"utll.'n t qu.'U'll'r .. :a, T. 2, 1l 2, S. E.J and -plat-ing the main alllllini.trltil ; in Lircuits are p-actwauy exciuiu-u' trout tfie Appellate court hv {
CARRIAGE
REPOSITORY l power
economy ,
their distance from the seat of and that tho of
government,
J E.halfS.V.. 31 t, T. 2, ii. 2, X. E.v. people
BY MILLER & BEOKAWTallahattte RAVE on hand,and are now receiving a new atid) \ half X. I quarter quaru.'r 34, T. 2. Ho. 2, X.. E.SUth'WCt the haids of county authorities-making the payment of aUI".o ra'a the Middle are prejudiced by the exclusion of thcirjudicial officer

\ Florida.yry assortment of GOODS, consist ingot ) quarter :'u." T "-. J' 2, ..'. F.:. dividends from the fund contingent upon equal or greater sums to be from the bench of this tribnnal. 'J '.'
Gold Lever Huntir Watches,
.rpnn;: Mi!>"rrihrif would I inform I thrirffl Gold Anchor Lever g do At.n. \t'I1h-cn..t quartet :3: T. 2. n. 2, N. E. raised by county taxation, appears likely to be the most efficient ; Another objection of no slight! importance i is, that decisions aro i : ,
1. friend: and the public in general) Silver Lexer do I F..half N. W. quarter :Z, T. 2, Jl 2. N. JlNltith..n..t and I fiti confident that should the sum so r.1 cd ]lie J"tmnd, t for the i: :h.1
Hunting the Court of
nucntIyen in two the
t3 T 2, 1l 2, N. F. Supreme by Judges, so as .,
_'T_ t hat I hc'ar. rwvivui ; a Urjje tupphi Silver Anchor Levtr do quarter present,; wholly inadequate to the support of a sufficient number of I
and 3.1, T. 2, It. t. N.SoutliIlalf E. to be decisive of the case, whilst the two other Judges hold a dii l.i
01>i Cm nail's liti;:ii* which hey offtr.ak XtoTth-w..t qu.'U't'r
and do
Lapine common regular daily schools it could yet, I by the employment of itinerant .
1 101 > on i i he nioM l reasonable tmns. Personswislnnj Gentlemen's and Ladies; Do'som Pins,a general a!- 31, T.2, It 2. X. ILAl.o ferent opinion-there being no common arbiter or fifth Judge to de(1

to buy, art repie..tt.d| to rail) and examine sortment of Car and Finger Rings, Gold Guaids and W half S. W. cr. 29,1'.2. 1l3, X. E. teachers, accomplish the great object of teaching our children to cide this difference. Common reason and obvious propriety would 1 (

their stock. October 19. l" O. 41 Keys, Fib and Vest Chains? Seals! Gold and f-ilvcr S. II q..tlrt.r of K qr. "" O. T. 2. Jl 3. N. E. read and write, by extending to them at least two or three months' forbid this. ; yet the constitution of the Court renders such a result .

v Pencils,Gold Pens,Gold and Silver.Spcctacle; !, Gold S.E.qr.ofN.E.qr. :0. T. 2 1l 3. R tuition la the course of each year. ,
inevitable thus I fear doing injury to individual* and
Receiving from New York c'inataniiig .talt'tl lomdre'l acres mnre or It'", t'J-n11IIt1J' causing f.
Sleeve, Collar and I'osom Buttons Silver Peail, and Hie Constitution of this State makes it the duty of the Legislature .
& FULL a-snrtmcnt ,,l Staple Goods and Groce. Shell Card Cases, Gold and Silver Thimbles, fine known;; n'4 .prillJtfOOI1 the late re ideiice uf(:. to "liberal Internal Iniorovement and confusion and uncertainty in the law itself, and its administration. .*
rit's. i J'trkhiU deceas't encourage a system Various have been proposed to these evils and improve
co M ting in part of Fans, Silver and Buffalo Combs. plans: remedy -
Brown Slurtings and SIH etin s. Also, rrrnch Mantle Clocks, Table Knives, Tea Ihfcso lands will lie offered in such Fulxi\T i< iaIiall n'4 :1S soon as practicable to ascertain by law proper object of im- our judicial system. My design i is not to recommend any

Bleached do. do. Calicoes Trays, Piatfd and Silver Waie, Silver Table and TeaSpoons ajijifir' tulle jwliAms at tIle time of Fal( The provr-ment in relation to roads, canals, and navigable streams, and particular plan, l leaving it to the wisdom of tIle Legislature to contrive -
Wood and Willow Ware Plated Spoons, Forks Cream and Setup; Ladles teniisi will be one-third cash awl the balance on a to prmide for a suitable application of such funds as may be ap-
Wooden DUl'ket.and Tu'j, Plated Waiters, do.Tea Set, Castor, Candlesticks credit of unf and lw years, Kith inttrctt. l'urclia.-crs for such improvements.. Nothing has been realized and determine such remedies as to them may seem most salutary .

Fancy and Common Soaps, Solar Lamps, Silver and Gilt Girandoles. to par for blaster's utlt preipriated yet i and expedient. A return to the alternating system, woald ro'I ;
donation of land the General
Government
Sperm and Adaman'ine Candle, Also fine double bandIed Guns, Shot and Gate :KEXJ. F. Wit ITNER, from the munificent by move a part of the evil. A sea-ate: Court of Chancery for tho -

Brown at d Loaf Sugar, Hags, and Flasks, fine pocket Knuc Porte Monnie, faster ui {'/J.IIJ.Lrl.Xo'em'Lcr for the purpose of Internal Improvements in this State. It cannot, State, to consist of one Judge, to discharge equity duties, and to l 110 t -

NjiU Spanish f'illu.: asortrd Candies, Port Folios, Violins, Clarouets, and Flutes, fine Razors 1C, 1850.; 45 7t however, be dmibtqd that, eventually, a large sum will accrue from added to the Supreme Court ; and a separate Supreme Uench; have ; ,
Km Lazuira and Jan com e. Strops .c. this and if the recent cession to this State of thf immense
On hand-- \ supply ot Kentucky Ragging; anJ Bale Dot quality and general assortment/ of Perfumery, Notice to Creditors. grant; also been suggested. But perhaps the plan better suited to the financiil : .
and overflowed lauds within her borders
R >11"-I Flour, liacoo, Hice suzar-rured llatn &.C., &c. TOWLE & MYERS. tracts of swamp be devoted circumstances of the State, and which, it is believed, would -
Lard IX LEON CIRCUIT COURT IX EQUITY. to the we can hardly fail to realize a most :
.c. JOHN McDOUGALL. Septemcer IF30. 2S same object ample far to remove all the objections which have been raised, would
OrioSer 5. 1 S-'O.- 3't! Margaret Cutler, Adm'x Tlins.J. Latliam deceased, and efficient fund. The provision of the Constitution before quoted, go .
bo to reorganize the present Judicial Circuitsby creating new one; ,
New Goofls 1350. REMOVAL.FRESH Vf requires a liberal syvlcui"-not detached, fragmentary, isolated and the circuits smaller and the duties less and j
--- -- -- IL It W. Andrew, AdmV.of James Barry, deceased, thereby making more
'"PHH IIlIh
J, n'e, %Va"ic!.,anJ, olh(r\'e selslrom New Voik, pursuance of an (irJ(: of the Court made in this configuration of the State is such, as to show the importance of : make a concurrence of three necessary to the reversal of a decision. .

a full stock! of the above \vhich, added to their pre. M j AR51IALL ll JAMES having removed to the on Saturday, the IHli) November) 1650,notice such a "IY,'lcm." Except a common government, the South, the It bus also been to provide for two additional sessions of ;:. '" .
lent, will comprise every article usually w anted in a m-w brick Store !nd War ,b >uc, No. 53 CAMP i is Ti-by given to all ]er-vns cl-iinmiur: !Ill' cr dit Southern market. '1ri et. arc now oiviiing a large and fr -icrd "tof'k (If ofn) mui* J. J"lthun IT of the late firm- of Lath llu the Supreme Court to be held, one in the East, and the other in the I' .

Gr'at care hivin; been taken in the selection, they Foithwx A xi) joiusri( Jill Y GOODS erliaps viewing the West-by which arrangement, the people of the East and South,and ,.

will tJ. ;prepated t\ offer the city and country trade tt vLieh tliev ask the tttt-ntitfii of thp City JuiJ Country cljitiiK fur allowance, before me on or bcf'irc the 1st other \uh more or less jealousy, and it needs no prophet's eye to the West, would be relieved from the onerous necessity of attending ':

an oitmeut of STAPLE and FANCY GOODS, Trade Tlieir "Kupplie (which nrc nplciuVbed by day. ejf January next. discover that we shall never enjoy that unity of feeling so essentialto the Supreme Court at the capital of the State, without additional t .

wturh, in vanity, tjle, and quality, wilt not be urpa everytmvjd))) <' n-i-t how, in i part.(If- EEX.I. F WIIITXER our weJ being as a State, until hound together by a system of p
'ee in t this nark -r.and sell on as liberal terms as 100 pieces Eugh'iJi, German and Fr" nclj I'rond Cloths, Paled 9th Xov, 1 ROb.ctcr ii Ckdwtry.XovemlxT have also commodious harbors the public expense. f
.IIIlli..hment in lie citv. 2iK( ) jiLuu aud fancy fetylee of Ca/>*incTefl, 16, I S.*U. 45 7t Internal h1pro'ement.r e on The expense attending the confinement of criminals in prison for j ja :
BUYLF.R Atlantic and the (:ulf, but never will we realize their full value as '
I.
& nE tIAM. OO" Sitiiiot, long time, before trial, is very onerous and burdensome to the .
'5 1-51). :n s? t fRail 20 caw Kdttuclcy Jeans, n. ';ortwl trutCJ'c\ In Chancery-Leon Circuit Court. depots of trade until they are connected with the producing back treasury. This may, in some case be for the time of seven months, )r

Road Office, \ 50 10 "** jsinjl...l1ow'Tl"M1.' and double. ml mix blue*]and TweeiK white Flannel*, W. I). Moj-elcy, A m'r of Sain. Parkhill, deceased, country b.%' a system of improvement ; and on the other hand, a large owing to the interval between the terms, and the want of a provision ; V
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.\vcimbtr J. l!>50. Jn plain and t twillfl Vh.lTii' |iortion of the most fertile lands in the State arc rendered comparatively to allow the judges to hold special or called terms for the trial of ;' .

oi'lhe Roaid of Directors the rate ..n Bai.lr flf Fl"ri and the
200 'J-tviuid 4-4 OJ"lhurWIAinMl Cotton such cases, when demanded by public or requested by'
I .'I..I.n i, n' tile ailielcs i is A LL 'nis.i" well pirti-n in the al""ve cae 3J'ldt.r.
following re. jx-r 'with the seaboard while for the same reason immense
2<4t) Lbscyp. Keru'vs. Plains muuicalion ; the month before ;
$''ic4 tn 12| cfiitd fur Jt.\-I \. the accused. Such confinement: daring summer .
one hundred eight, to take ) cLl mill? to ]he creditors Samuel 1'.irk-
25 lifch ('colored i>liid ainl; plain Merhvi I.in"f' t.CaToline and hua timbered pine regnns, which otherwise might be found
nVot from the ftr. uy ; l other than '
djot November. 1S5B: hill ', are ]luTcbv n' tifie"l to ]pn cnt their elauinto conviction, should scarcely I b? regarded in any light as .
LuiUin Line' Cc metlt. "*.-. 'h\, llrick and Stone for null Clotlis SOot CW1ttln I'kiidV.liigli Cloths colored, lloniKizaic Merino: Prince*, Alpaca.Lytnio.e Albert .- tIC Master on or fit-fore the fir-t M'm-lay j in IX-o-in- exceedingly valuable, are wholly worthless except for mere grazing an act of cruelty and oppression, revolting to the senses and shocking :
.otllt'r than natbl .
Oa Ot and Cora fiveceutt.> I l Cloths IJomljazct, Volvt-t*. CaJnnercs Muu'\l'Q- her next tujretlwT with tile )proof to etabb the fcaine. purposes. to humanity, and little short of the punishment of death. It is l .; -

Storage of l 6} cent* pr back per on tusTif Salt ) month,i line tie Ll(!, Barcgt-s Calicos, (;iiihatins) Slurtings, By order of the Court BENJ. F. I submit to tIm \\isdom of tho General Assemby, whether, even believed that most of the States have provisions: for such an exigent !t' .,:,

will hereafter be charged. per Sheetings Hoiindi! =, 8t''rgs. PilicLas Cravat, 1 Lin 1krrcblrft Master WIIITNER in now, some plan of Internal Improvement mi ht not bo evolved, worthy by the allowance of adjournments, or permission to their judges .

In consideration of the diction c.f Capes. Collars WI L-thulIlUo.it'ry, Gloven, Clianccry.November the name of a State system, hick should stimulate the enter- cy j. : i
freight, the ; 16 1S30. the Constitution of this State the Circuit
45 3tMaster's to hold extra term By ii
Mitts Buttons Tapes, Hook* and ]Eyes, Spool Cotton .
Company will not hold
themselves
the of all which i
responsible An and enlist co-operation our people-some plan >
damage to Lime or Hay. i Merino and Cotton Shirts and Drawers, Skic];, Ties prize Courts have all the jurisdiction of a separate Chancery Court, '
Consignees ttill hold1 Sale. V
objects
themselves'in readiness to remove he!h'-t named I Parasols UuibrdJai and Ikiunct with a rich a.'d- should have in contemplation the accomplishment of the great which is believed confers the power to hear and adjudicate cases in ;' .' 1'i'
articles of virtue of a Decree in Equity, in Leon Circuit which I have alluded-which should unite the waters of the : '
Went to t
upon discharge of the cars, as for re-a-on cf BY vacation. There is every reason why this should bs done. Cases of ,.
their hazardous FAXTT GOODS. Court, made inl(he cUP : nalure.tlie Company will not receive Atlantic a great and
complex and intricate character require time fordvliberation reflection -
Kenneth and the Union Batik: of Florida i
them in their Wartlioonc. Black and Dress Silks and Ribbons Betnbry between the cities of the Southwest, the Pacific and
,
n Noah M. Martin and others, the lollovting prop I and cannot be disposed of in the hurry of a term taken up'j.j., tin

November 2, 1550. THOMAS 43 J. PERKINS, Florciifcg, Gauzes Satins, Rx'jts. Turlntans BoJacoiu ."
Sccj-etary ts, Mull and Ikmk Mu"linplain and figuredSvis fore the Court House in Tallahasseeon Mondjy the the water-courses of the Peninsula, might unite all interests, and that the should be
in matter of such un- :'
importance,
Muhlins, Artificial Flowers, WreaUw, Sprigs, second day of December next, viz: concentrate -cnterprize of all sections in a truly valuable State a power
Tax Collector's Sale. Camcleon Feathen"] Satin Muslin1, Diiiiitie, J .',' Part of Lot No. 87, in the city of Tallahassee, on Ueforo local and isolated doubted, and expressed in clear and unquestionable language. The :. .
virtue of the I Ijacefi Inscni'igs, Cord, Brai-ls eyxtem! of improvement. mere temporary this State directs that all the courts shall be
P power tested in me bylaw, Edgings I'iiulingfi the cast side cf Monroe street, having (ort\-tvvo feet Constitution of open > ,
have levied upon and hall uP\tot' for cale. be. Wia K (-squnre aj d liMiy.l Cloth for cnrri.ijrc and car front, by eighty feet in depth-an elegible for bu projects shall bo conceived and brought forward: to divert the attention and right and justice be administered without sale, denial, or delay,"'

fore the Court House door ill the cit, cl Tallahassee lining: Billiard Cloths "Waddings, Cotton Yarn Sewing siness. of the various counties, let the public mind be directed to something which the and essential principles of liberty

the first Monday May next, the following i Kilkn and Twi. t, flax Thnw", Skein Cotton, llurkaliackfl Also, the Wt'sIIIaH of Lots Nos. 'i4<) and 77,in the which shall be of vast, common and permanent utility. It as a means by great and established." This' .

flropt'rt', or eo n uch thereof a* will pay the State Drills Gras Clodis J'nim'rwill Strijxy*. In- original) plan of Tallahassee; on which there are be if schemes for local l j and free government may be recognized \
and County Tax due thereon lot thi )ear It50, and (lig") blue Drills Cotton.'lIlCt..tton CIt inwres Mosquito convenient dwelling house arid other improvements niayVca&oiuibly apprehended mere expenditure provision is obligatory upon the Legislature, whose office it is for t, :, .
i": incidental "\pellf'P4I. to wit : :Net which with a full stock of every thing required fronting Two Hundred Foot and Clinton street of this fund shall once arise, they will vastly multiply-that a the most part to furnish the remedies and modes action for the \ -

All that tract or parcel (.f land known as Foibes' for Also, one Ne ro wotnannamcd Elizathirtyyearsold grant to one will furni-h only the occa"ion for a grant to another, Courts, and lto provide all proper facilities and provisions for their duo f .

rurchaup, within the limit of Lt-on County, con J'I A 'TEItq A "D MERCHANTS, and her child, Mary Ella, t three years old. I until finally they will sink into mere appropriation seeking-each county and execution. .

taining J H2,720 acre,more u" lees, said to belong to \re intend .) kn w as to nupj')ly orders in full, and Teams-Ca,h. Purchasers to pay for Master's titles. oaly to get as much as its neighbor, without regard to the observance
I lie AjtaUcbiCula Laud Company. alwi to extend the fioinc liberal facilities. as we have BHNJ. U'lllTAKR, elsirning und the whole fund be It is well known that a difference opinion has prevailed in regard -* ; '.
I). MrRAEXY. heretofore October 2C, 1SSO"( 42 't Master in Chancery. objects f'tQ bo accomplished, squandered to the construction of that provision of the Constitution
:
Tax une.MARSII.t.L benefit to the COIC. Nothing short of the ear proper :
Collector, Leon County. & JAMES, without permanent
when the of office of the first Governor j.
the
which fixes period term
NnVember9,1S. 44 II No. 53 Cjjup street, Sew Orleans. Administrator's Sale. adoption by the Legislature of a general sy ly claimed the !. .
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-- shall right to hold
-- November of Florida expire. My predecessor
1650. 4: 4t MONDAY, the Si'th i day of DI'mlN'T.lR5ft11 seems likely to avert so sad a catastrophe ; and among I .
PLANTERS' ON of October 1841)hile) I held the ..
first opinion
HOTEL until the Monday
willC'll at public Auction, at this l"ln'atiltn! the numerous considerations which seem to indicate the propriety of over >
-BY--S.--M.-LAKIER.---- Q. A. HcINTYEE, of I* H. Bnuidi: dvctuiiMvl o 11 Lake Iam("! 1 i nuhti l thIs is that of early obtaining a further grant of land for (this that I was duly elected on the first Monday of October, ISIS, as: l i
course,
e 3ONROOMS tDZ O ll1 north) of Ta luh.i!i4c from
ieUring! from tile\ I'lanter'slIotcl.I take to )his estate, fexccpt uc-grous,) cuu.-i:tu"r 0' in parposo: Assembly, and that his authority ceased as soon as his successor,
ITx Cur HOTEL.Novcmlicr for similar in other States t
made
AT f articles been objects
: pleasure in recommending to the part e> following : land have by Congress chosen and qualified. The G'ncralsscmbJy having adjourned .:I
lp llc, Mr S, of.! 1.A.XtEn..a gentlman hav- 1C, lR O. 45 10 or 12 likely Mules) and Horses and it may be truly said that no project of Internal Improvement was '
ip 1 the bpnefit of bOO or 1000 basheU of Corn, without the expression of any opinion on the subject except what. .
nl't'l knee and popularity. in con.OI1Ming would a higher national character, or, as sach, be likely to '
i public house, and who. I am well) a" ired, Lost of Mislaid. A large quantity ef Fodder, possess claim on the favorable} consideration of Congress, might be inferred from conferring upon me in Constitutional form,. 4\.

w.a tiot fail to give the most entire idtistaction to NOTE bearing date some time in 848,inn Je)by About 70 killing 1 It H. S, present a stronger between tho Atlantic and the Gulf. the obligations of otlice, and possessing no power myself to bring ,
of
Illy 41ld patrons, and other who may call upon him. A B.G. Wurin payable to Isaac R. Miller,bearing 4' 80 SttK.k Ilofja, than the plan a great high way the question properly before the Supreme Court of the State for a 'j
A.. A. FISHER. iutmt at eight fur f 135 2:. u 100 head of Sheep, Congress has lately evinced a disposition of extraordinary lihernlitywith' i
per cent decision I had no alternative but to submit to tIle construe-. t .
\oVptn1)'r / U judicial ,
P. 1S5t). 44 ovcmber 16, 1850.45 4t L It :MILLER. 125 head ofCattK regard to tho public domain, and I do not entertain a doubt
Plantation uteii.5Ueif e\ery de ription,such as Wag mo by honorable body for a grant of land, con- placed upon the Constitution by my predecessor, and therefore 1 Y.Y.tion :
Notice. Bagging, &c. g 514, Cart, Sugar Boilers, etc, ic.Tenns t'aat : application your would did not receive the seals of office until die first Monday of October,.. : ;1

F 'f't''k nfUT date, I: will make application. to JUST received and for sale by C. C. BYRD & CO., Ca h on all -HUIIH uiule-r one )hundred tlul- nected with the adoption of some plan for such an enterprise, 1819, my predecessor having continued to perform the functions of" F!
the lars hundred attended with entire success. As little doubt have I of our ability ,'iJ i
IWv JIou..rat.1c A. 1kOtlnl11J Judge of 1'rub.ate 5,000 yards Gunny hlding, ; on nuins over CIne dollars a credit of bo office to that day. A report if his proceedings addressed to your.honorable ,
W IJ.," "untJ' ftir have <0 sell the ren1 c>itc of 3,003 Dundee do ODe y.'II1'. up Hi natiffkcUirj11 security being '. All to accomplish Uiis great work with the present and prospective f
and
raK.. I uttwm, d<, .fflK>d. Utc of iWJ a uutv. v%: 2,500 Kentucky note-s tei bear interest at mw Ir 8 per ce-ut AU re- means of ,the fund, and! tIle co-operation of private enterprize, and bodies, was left in the Executive Department,, accom- ,, J-" t!

XoiR Lt-A tlC 1Oii of MadLwn. laown a. Lou 100 cole tale Rope co 1Jt.c.1 l claims ngaiubt L H. Branch will be taken as that the cost of the work might be covered by the increased value it panics this Message fo !r
? .. 1G8 in 200 !U. Twine. ca lu \,
irtim 2fi. Bagging It is however that I should declare that I have :
to lands Mithin the reach of its influence.In proper, seen nex :
OctoWr :c. B. On pamc ami at it would give .
THOMAS M. A DEnSOY 19, ISM. 41 elay same place w proba- t'. ii
Lie tr ten this attention.has been called cause to change previous opinion. I hold that I vas elected for
SWiff and tx uJKfio) Admiiiitrator. tijrht < b"kely Negroes will be hired out for c nn.e tion.with cnterprize, my I my *
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NOV(1flbcr16lSO. "lt1 t t Blankets Kerseys, &c. year 1&51,highest j.ldcT to tlio-fac that negotiations have been completed with Mexico for i four years from the first Monday of October, IS 18, and that I constitutionally -,,

5 RALES Negro Blanket,as'ted size & qualities, JOSEPH BRANCH ) Admra- Tchua&tepcc route to the Pacific, and that a company has already entered upon the duties of offico at the time J'wasfluo/- i ti -

Notice. Opr.each 10, II, nnd 13 J Rose Blankets November 9 lR50.JAMES 'IL BRANCH, f I been 'organized in the State of Louisiana for tho constructionof fled in the presence of the Representatives of the People ; and consequently

o1nt tl: "'.,Ju af'16 dat. I will mnb I1pp1ia to 6 do do red, blue and green col'd Macanaw 44 ta the road; This route is believed to be by far the most direct and that my term of office will close on the first Monday of .

r,1I' :lI'niir&ble' A. McDonald Judge oC J'J'ooote Blanket, Coopers Coopers Coopers thereafter as successor shaft be chosen '
III County fr leave 10 pieces Xrgro Kerseys, assorted prices, practicable, and likely to command vast proportion of the travel October, 1$52, or as soon my -
lIe iry D..1our dceLamd If to aaiJ sell the real estate of 25 do Planes, TIlE subscribers now ofier for sale a new and com- and.trauortation to California, Oregon, and the Asiatic coast and and qualified. The question of construction, however, still remains -

of Lud 1 ( County vu: Forty 50 do Linsey, and solid assortment of Coopers Tools, consistingof and will be a source of embarrassment all time unless
vmg and being b the Count/tj MaJANDERSON. fancy colors. islands. A glance at tho map will how yon that a railroad across uncttlee't tq :
Adzes Stock Howells
Now opening and for sale by Levelers Coopers, Crows, ,Wood Stocked ,Broad Howellin Axes,Bits and our Statei would bo in the direct line, and form a most importantand settled Ly the proper authority For this pql'l'ose, I proposed to my 4
October 19, 1 16JQ. 41 C. C. BYRD
,' 1IOYAS 1L CO. Iron Braces, Chanipcring, Howellmg.: Holljwing, essential Jink of connection between the Gulf depot of this route predecessor to make a fliendly case in the Circuit\ Court, 80 that an

.1Rhcria''emh, : O. aud"Z. nffi.rlo AdnhLtrathr. Land for Sale. Hoop, Heading Backing, and Stave Knivn. and the Atlantic coast and cities. nppctl iHI ni properl.f P no to the ft--U 'IVltJV> Court of the State fori'

CyAxw.Ai! 45 la' IIESEIOfSE.4o1.Sec27.inTlfllNand October 19, I&50. 41 ,BETTON .&, UICGS.. As essential to the maturing and prosecution of any important final decision, but he clec1ined. I now invite the attention of thom ; r'ili

lIolbrok&wjel.ouNew: made-on Ootton ship cd JLVi, containing forty acre., well wooded, and UN Kentuckyand Sea Island Bagging,New scheme of State internal Improvement, and the proper management General Assembly to this subject, that such action may be taken ai" ,

( ob\'f' 19. 1&0. .1 YorkI 1'. ,, adjoining the City of Tallahasce. Apply to G York and Kentucky Rope' for sale by of the fuucU arising from grantsalready made, or which may' be will bring the (question properly'before tlle'S.prcme' dicarlOC tbi! 4.
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r be drawn and the etwun l in the St Mow aflbrdins quick tran t- For Livingston-Messrs. Austin, Avery, Buddin
of Public Lands 1.c navigation ton
: of die State found
The Register will g
before the election of Report ,
be 1 1successor. had bo.
., State, so .that a final decision may my an interesting document, embracing practical views and suggestions, t the ndghbtdjood, *'he their services-would i mod i'robatly be required. Finlcy Mr.,Dafiin Iclillanloselt"Y: was declared,duly Smith elected, Stewart0.. Cra\1'otd.

T\ventv-t\vo bonds of the late Territory issued).m favor of the union on die subject of schools, worthy the consideration of the General Chi the SOtli July, ihmatolahtt me,by exrrtrc*", of the murder, l br. Tlie Senate proceeded to the election of

'n Bank of Florida have been delivered to me by order of the Circuit Assembly.It Ac.o PWUHS cek, -Uie in.alntlt m that quarter a.c ap Isaac a Messenger
i': Ghent nominated Welch
; me .tertion. From this time, I no longer that bt'r Mr. of Walton CountV
will has
inconvenience occurred ubt
be that in !
Court of tho Middle Circuit, and I have caused them to be depositcJ seen some locatingthe Ictto re spirit of hostility the Indians,,and tht t wa my duty to incmucthe Mr. Welch was unanimously elected. J'
S in the Treasury Department for safe keeping, until the pleasure school lands on the line of boundary with Alabama; owing to force intended fur amon protection of o exposed t depreciationsby The Senate proceeded to the election of a

1, of thc General Assembly respecting them, shall be made known. the: distance between the mounds thrown up by Ellicott. I submitwhether them. I tlrdulc determined forthwith t send off supplies fu the comi %ny Mr. Johnson nominated Luther S. Reed Door-Keeper
1 I am also informed that a large number of these Bonds, and also of it would not be advisable to mako provision to have that already orerd l fntie on the Qu; to forward arm for the UM of the of Hamilton Contyt
r elected
:j the and to raise and end Mr. Reed was unanimously
of supplies
line and distinctly marked. ibtt; aJ arms .
fJr protection
Insurance and Trust accurately run, more tl.
the Bonds issued in favor of the Life Company,
vessel from ,which Messrs. McPherson Chief
of ,
i tla acne conveying them,a company infantry thL vicinity Secretary, Stewart,
The General's points out some in the existing Assistant __
defects
j have been paid into those Banks by stockholders, and mortgagedproperty Attorney Report waecc by the 4th of August I abo ordered out companion from Marion, tary, Dafiin, Sergeant-at-Arms, and Isaac Welch ,? *"
) '\ y to a corresponding amount released. How many of like laws, which require amendment. 1 would particularly! ask the libbrub Alachun", Columbia. ,and another from Duval and Xu duly sworn by Hon. D. J. Smith a Justice of 'Pt'aceer,1rere Messenger
tile
4 Bonds have been bcntoforeOrctunwd to the Executive of the State consideration of the General Assembly to his suggestions upon the sea For th nubr description of volunteer militia actually in service
for the and safe-keeping of under these are referred to the report of tho acting Adjutant Tlie Senate proceeded to the election of Printer for
'x, and and cancelled I have no precise information. I necessity of making some provision care you Gl'ner tbe.e
Territory Mr. Fonvard nominated *
The objeu contemplated in this call upon the patriotism of my Messrs. Hilton Ac Dyke
would recommend into this subject, and nlso into the condition indigent insane persons.The tclow-teD of the "n i
an inquiry from the
will appear nature of the order and instruction*i.tue \hich dian & Journal, who were duly elected.IUfIo*
and 1 Treasurer exhibit
t of these institutions. I submit herewith a letter from CoL Reports of die Comptroller a healthy you are respectfully ref<-rre 1 John G. Gamble, President of the Union Bank Honda, and invite mid improung condition of the financial resources of the State- prompt manner in which my cfilrt "t'r recur and sustained a tic citizens ofKloriiia and Baldwin Messrs. Brown of Benton, CraidX j

the attention of the General Assembly l to tile subjects therein prei and with such improvements in our revenue system, as experiencehas gent-rally. '1r seemed to be 1 generous pie and emulation a t were appointed a Committee, on the part of "
.'i d. enabled the Comptroller to suggest, the gratifying prospect is "ho should b f.foremost in rendering the State service M chief complaintwas ate, to act wilt a similar Committee on the part of the 110e f1I-
t bent of all and that some'\'r preferred, 'b.r all could not t 1't\ed" In such fix upon the rate of compensation to be allowed for the '*
of inetU'ng reasonable
f presented a Treasury capable proper npprent prints
Application will probably he made to you, during your present preference J1wYr. there was nothing per ( ; ( stated the General Assembly, during the present session got f
should tiiink
cession, for the incorporation of another banking in titltioJ1. While demands upon it. If the General Assembly favorably e nnil'l and despatch were the only considerations for choos-ini? one county rather Mr. Maxwell moved that
Committee
it must l be acknowledged that past experience in this State has not of the suggestion, which I would strongly recommend,of borrow than amtI'r-I\ing those on the frontier to take care of their families and a of three be appointed
wait and inform the
"' been favorable of the success of ing die surplus school fund at a reasonable rate of interest, for the prpry. except il ca."*of extreme emergency. upon House, of Representatives, and his ; :i
such as to encorl\"e a mtieil':1tion to that the of these In lian funii.hed lency the Governor that the Senate is
,
me < ,
it would occurrence outrage1' a now organized rea.dII
of all the outstanding Treasury certlfica.t<$, : and i
: taking
such institutions, Jd it i worthy the atwntioll of the Legislature to purpose up very prnperocca4unof renewing the application to the General Government to proceed to business. *
inquire whether public convenience and security! may not Le promo- abolish that very objectionable Ant unwise system, which nothingbut Live the Indian: removed from the St't without further delay; and I Which carried and
ted by a banking institution of moderate capital, established upon necessity could justify( ,and relieve the holders of State scrip from ed no longer to rely o letters,to be read! and filed away, and teterm-, t was said Committee., Messrs. Maxwell, Avery, and Fink JOn
found and under rebtricinns. the oppression of submitting to a discount upon their just demands. send to Wa hin< ton two of our citizens the fiift respectability, whose representations were appointed
principles salutary which would the borrowed could not bo disregarded when prrwmally enforced w ith motion of Mr. Avery,
advised that United States force was A sinking fund could he provided, repay sum eur tnt
barn
Raring officially a upon and would be safe and intelligence.as I was Mire they would be. TUCJHJ gentlcmen-General L llesohed, That the Rules of the last session of the
it be surely as an
whenever required,
the frontier, dtemed Lv the commanding General suffidnt to might A. THOMPSON( and Cub DEJ. F. WtrrrNEa-were charged with the duty of urging adopted as the Rules of the Senate Senate k
protect the inhabitants and keep tIle Indians in check, nUll having investment of that fund as any that might offer. the President to tike efficient measures for the removal of the Indiana,and of explaining present until other RoJei t*

nlso learned that the State volunteers called out by my predecessor, In February last, certain correspondence took place between oar the motives and circumstance under which I }had act for ttmpomryef'l1C'c. adopted.
1. ,would not be received into the United States service, 1 early directed delegation in Congress and the Executive, on the subject of the Their reports and communications are on file in office On motion of Mr. Brown of Benton, the Senate adjourned until
Southern Convention at Nashville. While h regarding with much and show the zeal intelligence and patriotl-m with which their duties were discharged 10 o'clock to-morrow.
their discharge; and for the payment of their expenseshome, as nnd I take pleasure in thus attesting my approval of their conduct in
.t there were no funds in tile State Treasury by law applicable to this anxiety the threatening aspect of die great sectional controversy, tlus important matter. The assurances. of the President that the Indians shall be
purpose, I drew upon the contingent fund, in favor of tho QuarterMaster the Executhe was constrained to the belief that he had no constitutional removed without delay and the movement of regular troops towards our frontier TCKSDAY, November 26, 185&

General, It A. Sliiue, for the sum of 81,581,57hichJou or legal power to commit tine State to that measure, or officially to much beyond what has been done for sifter State, Texas, whose citizen are The Senate met pursuant to adjournment. A quorum being
in die Convention Buffering in a still degree than our own, are conclusive to mind that the of P resent
will find accounted for in his accompanying HeportI to interfere to procure a representation ; greater my proceedings yesterday were read and approved.
Florida i is indebted to the cfficicut labors
of
li also communicate herewith my correspondence with the President and that the measure itself was ill-tiumed and inexpedient-timed, entertained greatly no doubt that the very Federal Government these would gentlemen.I cheerfully meet Mr. Forward moved that the rules be waived, and he allowed fa

u of the UniieJ States and the Secretary of War, on the subjectof because Congress was then in session, attempting to settle the question the expense of calling out the militia-and even hoped that the President would introduce a bill.

the claims of our citizens for military service, and for losses sustained -inexpedient, because, if resolutions were wanted, resolutionshad have provided for tlus} by taking them into the service of the United States-at Which motion was lost.
from Indian depredations, and the removal of the Seminoles been taken, emphatically taken, by the legislatures of the Southern least until he amid throw a sufficient force of regulars into those parts of the State Mr. Linn, Enrolling and Engrossing Clerk, and Mr. Reed

beyond tile limits of this State. It is hoped that a bill for tile payment States; and if resistance was contemplated, die point for resistance Live exposed funds to,Indian in order tl to l'retlatioJllHut procure necessary until subsistence this was done for our, it was volunteers.indispensable to Keeper, were severally sworn by Hon. D. J. Smith, a Justice of ti

", of volunteers called into service by my predecessor, which had ;not yet been reached. The Constitution, that great charter The above named gentlemen therefore, were authorized by me to negotiate a Peace.
has already passed one branch of Congress, and is now upon the of our rights, is sufficiently explicit to need even no formal resolutions loan of twenty thousand dollars from a bunk of the City of Charleston,which they The Committee appointed to inform the House that the Senate

calendar of the other, will become a law soon after the re-assembling to elucidate it, and were this not so, the 1 dictates of intersectional effected As I had no authority to pletlge the faith <>f the State in this proceed was organized and ready to proceed to business, reported that they

of that body. But there are other companies of settlers on the frontier comity are plain. Both regard the States and their re- i lug, it was done(Itl mv ol't personal rCOipl"lI1"ibditr. But I have no fears that the proper Iud performed that duty.
i both
the
authorities State and of the General Government will hesitate to
who were forced into henice in defence of their families, and f.JX'ctidtizcns ns political co.rqunls---ntltlclt to the same measureof assume the p payment or make the pledge more than a matter of form. It has Mr. Forward moved that a Committee of three be appointed? to

rendered bard service and suffered severe privations, for whom, as yet, right or privilege, and whatever specious sophistry may be used enabled me to procure every and at prices greatly below what select a Chaplain for the Senate.
no provision has been made. I respectfully solicit the attention of to sustain positions leading to a different result, is equally alhorrent must hare been paid! if the Tloqui..ite'uPIly. made on an indefinite credit Mr. Johnson moved to lay said motion on the table.

the ( Assembly to some action in their behalf. TIle removalof to that written and\ unwritten law. In the attempt to vindicate onr All disbursements have been rigidly wrutinized and audited and paid, with the Which was lost.

the Indians from Florid) 'i has been assumed by the General Government rights under the Constitution, it seems to me that the day for mere here une record care and exactness thanks to ni the any State other claims or account.*against the State-and I The original motion was then carried, and Messrs. Forward
and moral effect conventions and resolutions has passed, nor can I see my Comptroller, tin Treasurer and the Quartermaster Avery, and Stewart, were appointed said Committee.Mr. .
as a duty, so repeatedly, and iu such various solemn General, and refer to their reports and statements, to show the state of
'I. form, that it is beyond the power of language to make it clearer or much hope of a permanent peace between sections from a reluctant thee acc umti. Smith moved that the Secretary of the Senate be allowed to

more binding and emphatic. As a measure; dictated by every principle compliance with the plain conditions of the federal compact thus I tike pleasure in stating, that should it be necessary to keep our volunteers in purchase Stationery, not to exceed the amount of thirty dollars for
justice to our citizens upon the frontier, who have bought extorted Nothing short of a willing and cheerful submission by all the field further pecuniary aid can be hail both in Georgia and in South Carolinaor the use of the Senate. I
sections the law of the Union much should my successor deem it advisable to dinii the volunteers from further Which was carried.
lauds and settled under these repeated assurances from the Government to paramount seems likely fen-ice, a sufficient sum can be h.\d.in the same to them off at once, and i
-as indispensable to the security of our frontier inhabit.-mntsand longer to preserve it in real utility or even in hollow semblance. not await the nitre tardy movements of Congress way, subjecting pay the men to the lots Mr. Johnson presented a petition from sundry citizens of Hamilton .

the advancement and prosperity of the State, I invite tie General Congress, after unprecedented delay and difficulty, succeeded in and inconvenience arL ing from the delay. County, praying that the Senate do not employ a Chaplain dur

Assembly again to invoke the speedy and decisive action of the adopting a plan of compromise. It was not such as to meet the just I trot that this r.L'tter"iII be disputed of l by Congress before the periodof ing the present session ; and moved that the same be referred to the

t Federal Government to the discliargc of its obligations upon thistubject. expectations; of the People of this State; but considering that it is should your be regular sooner biennial mnvcmiL!!,ion Hut,and I entertain that no cenotu the uti/ios-t exigence confidence will require that that will you Committee appointed to select a Chaplain for the Senate.

not often incidental to an award fully to gratify both or either of the ever 1 Ill' prepared to act in such manner, as will inspire citizen with you full reliance Which was lost. ,
The Seminoles concerned in the murders of Indian River and parties,and that no surrender of constitutional principle was demanded UIN ai the Stare for prompt protection of J his life and every property,and fur just Mr. Smith moved that said petition be referred to a select COlli'I I

Pease ('reck, committed in July, 1810, having been surrendered to we were disposed to acquiesce in this settlement, looking' that it acknowledgment) and compensation for his public seru icts. mittee of tiiree. t
\ the United l States crnumanding-general, he was instructed by the should be carried out in hearty good faith by die other secions of I have considered that the causes which justified me in calling this force into Which was carried; and Messrs. Smith, Johnson and Brown,of

l' Authorities at Washington to report them to tIle Executive of Florida the Confederacy. This reasonable expectation, I am led to i-ar, by the until field the close till exit of my:to term such;an and extent I have at accordingly least, warrant caused me supplies in continuing to be provided them- Columbia, were appointed said Committee.On .

to be dealt with according to the criminal laws of this State. recent indications, may be doomed to disappointment Tli' ink is for them until the 8th of October cn,iilag. motion of Mr. Maxwell, the Senate took a recess until 12 o'

j l\'o communication has, however, been received by this Department scarcely dry upon t.he" parchment of the Compromise l before the From all the I.!lnnnli'Jn I possew, the number of Regular actually arrived in clock, M

nu that subject, nor am 1 aware of what disposition was made of threat to repeal|> the bill for the recovery of fugitives is heard! from Florida up to thus time, does not exceed a few hundred men-all of them infantry

these ofi'cndcrtcommun cntioll has been received from Captain sources which leave little room to doubt that an earnest cflbrt is bosrd.and artillery without horses and as- yet without tramp from the sea- 12 OVioci, 3L

Casey, Special Indian Agentith regard to the present condition about to be made in Congress to wipe from the statute bode a bill Tho: proposed meetingbetween General TSviggs nnd the Seminole Cluefs on The Senate resumed its session.

and temper of the Seminoles in Florida, which herewith fu miUJ. whose only office was to afford the people of the slaveholding the 18th instantmade it highly improper] to withdraw the volunteers, cr do any Mr. Maxwell moved that a Committee of three be appointed, to

.' I regret to inform you Uiat but little progress has been madein States the opportunity to perform, or to acquiesce in the performance thug to weaken his force, until the result was .gown. act with a similar Committee on the part of the House, to wait upon
The news (unofficial) that the meeting did not take place, reached here two and inform his the Governor that the General
the settlement of tile vexed question of boundary between the of a plain constitutional duty. Passed, as it was, by actual Excellency Assembly
a
States of Georgia and Florida. The (General Assembly, at its minority of the popular branch of Congress it seems to ne little days adopt ago, and; but therefore I am Mill"Iu :ignorant leave the of the subject course to that be determined the commanding by General successor will, is now organized, and ready to receive any communication he maybe

last session, passed a resolution, instructing the Attorney General likely \\itiistand in that body the storm of odium which has been who will, doubtless b be more fully advised within a few days. my pleased to address to them.

to file a bill in the Supreme Court of the United States, for the raised against it, unless a great and unexpccll change in apparently Very resjnctfully Which motion wag carried, and Messrs. Maxwell, Fuller, sod

purpose of bringing the question to the arbitrament of that tribunal dominant Northern opinion shall place. While it affords sin W. D. MOSELEY.SENATE Baldwin, were appointed said Committee.Mr. .

r \ This action seems to have been in accordance with the expressed cere gratification to believe tint a disposition exists with the Federal L-______ --J' Avery moved to dispense with the office of Door-heepet;

i tushes of the authorities of Georgia ; but much to my surprise, the Administration and a majority of die Senate of the United States to PROCEEDINGS On this motion the yeas and nays were called for by Messrx

\ Governor of the State, in his late Message to the General Assembly, maintain die compromises of the Constitution, we are painfully reminded Avery and Smith, and were:

appears to have mistaken it as discourteous and unfriendly. To remove that unless the turbid and swollen tide of fanaticism b stayed Yeas-Messrs. Ausin, Avery, Buddington, Crawford, FinleySte. !

.'. I such an impression, I early addressed him a letter, which led by die people themselves, all such I.rrier must soon swept MONDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1850, Millan, Smith, Stewart-8. i
to the the Northing is than that this must Nays-Mr. President, Messrs. Baldwin, Brown of Columbia i
accompanying correspondence upon boundary questionand ; away surer government eventually Which being tho day fixed by the Constitution of this State for -
jit time I furnish a faithful reflection of die established of Brown of Hillsborough, Forward, Johnson, Maxwell, Mowfcy,
one indulged a sanguine hope that the controversy opinion a popular tl e meeting of the General Assembly, at 12 o'clock, M., Mr. Charles
f would be adjusted by negotiation, without a resort to tile Supreme majority, and tiiis fact, considered in connection with the manifestations I \V. Downing, Secretary of the last Senate, called the Senate to order Perry, Taylor-10. ,

Court. I, therefore, directed the Attorney General to suspend pro. of Northern sentiment upon their obligations under the fl>era and proceeded to call the roll by Districts, when tha following Said motion was lost. I

((('dings. But I was disappointed; and as no other course appeared compact, justifies a serious concern for the j> rpetuit. of the Senators appeared and took their seats, viz: On motion of Mr. Baldwin, the Senate adjourned until II oeJod>

-, to be left, the case was rein t tl'tJ my direction, in the Supreme The repeal or (fsenta modification of die recovery of From the 1st Dislrist-Q. M. tomorrow, A. M. t ti i

t Court, and associate counsel employed, to take premier steps fugitive sla\es my judgment, be tantamount to a formal record 2f If N. )McMillan.Avery. i
for a pccd.Jl'ClslOn.. and notification of the unwillingness of our Northern brethren
3/1 H John Ghent. Extract from the Report of the Comptroller. f
to: It is doubtless within the personal knowledge of every member of longer to abide by the Constitution of the United State It is notseriouuly -ith "

\ r the General Assembly, that the Militia of the State is entirely disorganized contenJld that this law is an abuse, \iolathe of any 5th Jesse J. Finley. COMPTROLLER'S OFFICE, [ ,.
D. J. Smith. TALLAHASSEE NOVEMBER 1 1850. }
., and whatever efforts I have been able to make to remedy constitutional right Tlie only rational objection which can be urged 6th ,
''j this state of things have proved wholly ineffectual. Tlie law is radically against it is, that r it is likely to accomplish, with some degree of llh R. J. Floyd. To His Excellency, BROW Governor ,
Austin. THOMAS ,
defective in principle, as well as unwieldly and cumbersome. efficacy, the object for which it was enacted-the restoration of fugitive Joseph ,
8th A. E. Maxwell. DEAR SIRAs required by law, I have the honor to report the
I invite slaves
your attention to the elaboration and enactment of to their rightful Without a constitntonal
some 0\11lr. pro'ition "
9th John L. this office for the fiscal 3W
Crawford. and of
acts proceedings ending
timpler aud more efficacious law. \ stringently enforcing this duty and fully securing this right, it 10// William October. year
R. TaUur.
Tlie Grand Jury of Leon County having twice pre!cl..ted the condition is a matter of historical truth that the Union could never have been
of the Public .Armory unsafe, lOam led to recommend to formed ; and equally true it i is, that the Union cannot endure a practical "" "" llth rttk l "" William Allen P. )lo el(J'. The folllowing Warrants have been drawn upon the Treasury
viz
G. Johnson.
you an appropriation for the construction of a small and safe build l repudiation of this plain constitutional right and duty in tho repeal 13th :
Robert Brown. Fund S 23
ing for this purpose, to be located on the Capitol Square. or emasculation of :law designed to secure and enfo.xe it It 14/A Contingent 5,911
/ O. Criminal Prosecutions
The Board of Managers of the Washington National Monument is idle to contend that this cry of repeal or amendment has any foundation nudclington.If ,
15th
M. S. Western Circuit 8 1,739 37lidJle'
Association, having "extended an invitation to each of the States oft in the pro\iMons of the law, except in s far a they hno. 16th (:. Stewart.Perry. : 2,353 92

the Union to furnish a block of marble, or other stone, the production nize and co-oj erate wit die provisions of die Constitution. It repeal 17th "'. A. Forward. Ea.stern" 20
1,75S
of its soil," for that structure, I caused a block of Limestone to ), therefore, is a practical repudiation of that instrument *
18th .
M. C. Brown. Southern 75 24!
1,599 7,451
ire quarried near St Marks, of tuitable dimensions and texture, and Such an event would leave us no alternative, compatible with national M ) =
Wlh J. I Bnldwin. Supreme Court session 1850 BOG 30
to be forwarded to tile National Capitol, with instructions to have it unity; for it seems to me there can be no treason so ignornia- ,
.' ratably prepared and inscribed with the name of the State, tile date ions as that which should acquiesce in a violated Constitution-none On motion of Mr. Floyd, Mr. Forward assumed the Chair. Prosecuting Banks, 100 00

of her admission into the Union,, and the following inscription, : more fatal to the cause of civil liberty throughout the world-none more Time Senators from the 3d, 4th, 6th, 8th, 10th, 11th, 12th, 13th, Salaries,

,. "Florida sees in his counsels safety-in his life an example-in his! ruinous in its ultimate consequences to ourselves and posterity. Should Mth, 15th, 16th, and 10th Districts, were duly sworn by lion. D. Judicial Executive Department" ,* 8 4,200 00

memory a perpetual bond of Ul on." die General Assembly concur withmmeas the next regular session will J. Smith, a Justice of the Peace. 11,700 00

., That provision of the Constitution which declares that tIle salary not take place until 1852, I invite you, if you think proper, to audiorize On motion of Mr. Johnson, the Senate proceeded to the electionof Military-Rent 150 00= 16,050 00
of
of the Governor shall neither be increased nor diminished during the die Executive, by law or resolution,in the event of the repeal a President.Mr. Armory, 250 00

term of the incumbent, relieves me from any cmbarrasment I mightotherwise of die }Fugitive Slave Bill, or the consummation of other sgg"essire Maxwell nominated Mr. FloJd.1Ir. Printing Laws and Reports Supreme Court, 708 00
any of Jurors and State Witnesses 831,4S151
Pay 181 00
Smith nominated Mr. ,
feel in pressing upon your attention a subject of much pub measure, at his discretion to proclaim and convoke a I'onvan- Avery. =
Add the
lic importance. While a system of rigid economy in every depart. tion of the People of thus State, at such time compoh witiharmonious The vote was as follows: amount of Clerks' Certificates for pay of n

ment of the government is an imperative duty, of which I am sure action with our sister States of die a South may for the purpose I For Floyd-Messrs. Baldwin, Brown of Columbia, Brown of Ben- Jurors, &e., taken up at the Treasury, as perTreasurer's # ';,

I vre sliall never be unmindful, it cannot be disguised that the salaries of devising a remedy. It is with inexpressible that die I: ton, Forward, Ghent, Johnson, Maxwell, Perry, Taylor-0. Report, 7,101-

of the officers connected with the Executive Department of General AsmLI.and die Executive must pan contingency For Avery-Messrs. Austin, Budduigton, Crawford, Finley, McMillan 33

,, this State are so low, as, in effect, to create an odious monopoly to impering the stability of a government contemplate which any in gen Moseley, Smith, Stewart8. Makes the total Expenditure for the year, $38, 59

residents near the capital, or to more wealthy citizens who can afford eral, so wel s wisely discharged its great functions,h ad which, Blank-Messrs. Avery and FloJd-2. Thirty-eight thousand five hundred and fifty nine 33-100 doIIaA s
cr
to incur for like The Chairman decided that Mr. Floyd was duly, elected President.Mr. The Receipts for the year are from the following named sow t
the
expense, sake of the honors of office. A public 6me proud monument tottering to its fall, seems to inspire a 1
-1 j office of trust which requires the whole time of the incumbent, deeper S'JS of grandeur at apparent threatening of a eat.phe Smith appealed from the decision of the Chair. vii :
The decision of the Chair sustained.111e Revenue-Assessments for 1847 8 36 38
ought to afford a competent support for himself and l his family, and ; and while it manages our safety, 1 call forth a more poignantBympatliY i was not c. ,
lo that at citizen and vivid recollection Senate proceeded to a second voting. 1848, 490 82
extent I'ast. justify the living at a distance from the many grateful and allowed ,--
the capital here its duties. associations which cluster around it. The result was as follows ; 1849 31,971 68
removing to j Perform At present such I can only add the thata .
J is not Uie ease, and the effect of existing provisions has been almost kind I rvtdenc(, which watched over our national hop and For Flo\d-Iessrs. Baldwin,Brown of Columbia, Brown of Ben H 1850, ,944 86
averted I ton, Floyd: Forward, Ghent Johnson, Maxwell, Perry, Taylor-10. License Taxes, 3,618 72
exclude
as entirely to the great body of the people from these offices, s many penis, may yet extend a protecting arm, and save
as if they were constitutionally dis+fualified. Reflection must satisfy ns from die calamities of disunion For Avery-Messrs. Austin, Buddington, Crawford, Finley, Mc Fines and Forfeiture. 2,438 64

us that this i's a Cube economy,and that its practical tendency is like Your Mow-citizcn and obedient servant Millan, Moseley, Smith, Stewart-8. Auction Taxes, 419 15
to be to exclude ; Blank-Mr. A'eryl.Tbe Amount received in redemption of lands
ly talent experience and ability from the seniceof THOMAS BROWN.
the State, to seek other channels: where it can find a more adequate Chair decided that'Mr. Floyd was duly elected President bought in by the State for unpaid taxes, 146 25 ,

reward. Under a wiser and more liberal system, the various Communication by Ex-Governor Hcseley.EXIXCTIVB On motion, Messrs Bald in and Avery were appointed a Com Comptroller's Warrants, 4 50 &I

,I titans offices might gene to dcvelope statesmen to vindicate and do mittee to conduct the President elect to the Chair. Profit and loss, 8 --1d,079

honor to the commonwealth abroad, and our Stale would be represented OFFICE The President, in an eloquent and appropriate address, expressed Total Receipts'forty.six thousand and seventy-nine 1.l00 dohla"By *
September 29,1847.Genkmf his sense of for the honor conferred him. reference to Report for the fiscal ending 31st w
1 in the national councils by men Mho had previously earned of the Senolf, and gratitude upon I my year H
.f' character and public confidence by official sen-ice at home. A of h Iloiueflf Rcprettnl<ixti Ou motion, the Senate proceeded to the election of Chief Sec i her, 1819, it will be seen that the expenditures of the year just ended ?
san JJ f
fall short This
of those of the former $17,243 46.

and course sovereignty like ihi* ,would than all practically the abstract go ,further reasoning vindicate upon the State feabjcctAs rights- C''tJO As ray offirial LoncraUe unctirma be are will drawing)hue: a*to"close,whets and win cuivened feavc In ttstsrd extra long se 0, retary.3Ir. Baldwin nominated Neill McPherson, of Walton County.Mr. is mostly, though not altogether, in the year item of Legislative : A

I dwau it not but Qhed McPherson was unanimously elected. The diminution of receipts is owing to the fact that but apart
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the ejection of my successor will take place before another KCS- oily iny. my duty sonic record of my do osed
Lion of the General Assembly, I invite such action: as Trill Lave theealatsry nag a 1.of nearly r mt iflncc, your adjournment; und especially t. b On motion, the Senate 'proceeded to the election of an Assistant of the general revenue and auction taxes for the year just c mben*
rEa recent the immediate and wet Ort is yet paid in the retained to be sent by
effect of opening the door to every portion of the Stale for iutal/itauts J t" tJWIHi txaice ] Secretary.Mr. ; money being up yr .
i* of Florida i ,upon o Ind flnt' Forward nominated Asa A. Stewart, of Columbia County. of the Legislature. The assessment returns for the past year sh0 '
in the Chief
honors of the
a participation .MfgUtracj, as veil as M well t that Uie t'
J. 1U" rannnnt cif Seminoles out
: other Executive offices. eiu State, La to(y subject rern t thmuglMiut I whole! o, Mr* Stewart was unanimously elected on the whole, a fair increase over those of 1819. The pro>

) and that t neigh my imimal message, as w int a by n>y(>iQicial sun my i it The Senate proceeded to the election of an Enrolling and Engrossing is that by the middle of December, when the revenue will bO z .
In compliance with tLe provisions of an act of Ole last General ,has beets.ry constant endeavor to impress subject upon the 1"ude Clerk. paid in, all the liabilities of the State to that date will be redeem I
11 Assembly, tin Socrelaiy of State caused to be procured seals, with I rrcur with groat sate Jactkn t sad Smith and This result er'
u t tl"nt unanimity hearty ;Mr. nominated John B, Linn, \Vaknlla County.Mr. perhaps a balance left in the Treasury. hOd'
.1 appropriate fences far Ike Circuit Oonrtfl.'whJr n tare been dist bu. cooperation of yrror honorable bullies the hown the' find the
*
t Baldwin the
fe by Acf nominated John G. Smith, of Gadsden County. depends so entirely upon tho punctuality of tax payers
fed &e Clerks lie in each of the Counties HfrmJatJcmoM tliw mibject,at your fumuo.Whentheiumurif teD
'. to of nsspeciiTe Courts i of the l the Indian The vote was as follows : Tax Collectors throughout the State that it is impossible to Cort
ad rubbery by en In&anveroa
aLl State.By .
i; the 12tli July,readied ire,(the old of|ilat} teftt b idle but up For Linn-Messrs. Austin, Avery, Buddington, Crawford, Finley, with Certainty, how the matter will stand. ..nrerfl-
,j a resolution
; ) duty ftf the Gorerotr to correspond with AL Aloxandre Vaitemare, United SUtes of the Ncrtlicra Dito Florida, and this eUe was For Smith-Mr. President, Messrs. Baldwin Brown of Columbia ment, have, with a few exceptions, been found,.during the P

4 4 the eftscj
i'J i Eterwy tixtanges,winch duty Ihavo caused to bo performed; and M r 2 hue now the alibfadj l114a inform the General Asst mUy, that I deepitrli ftusn to the nxwt exposed nmt
jt 1 1 tare receufly received b>gl3y interesting caminaritcation from that I called out ia this trinity, ] o daw pcjpukGun'nflorded cp'i The Seriate proceeded to the election of a Sergeant-at-Arms. taxation. Some amendments are, however, needed, and to t'

I enuuexA jJlilLtLBltrojpcri, detailing Us Jlnlls and operation?, 'with a d to getting am and men rqtap,and mounting fltem wed with time !debacud oVtost it was in Mr. Moseley nominated John Livingston, of Madison County. may not be out of my province to- call attention. ,
tny power otherpoint .
Knur ,
r ef and raluaUe literary warts for State tte a any i Mr. Forward nominated John Daffin of Leon r ,s
catalogue rue car Library.These ; and die d f i lave WcaJapped from the city of Now Y rk! *,, xnd may bo t"time!beet Cio iHt'the umt'it n gcma t ww judicxraa. The vote was follows: I have the honor to be,

u I expected 3>tro la shod ,iluie vheii ilKyiviin submitied to UieLpgjfeUtarewith I'eckcted **t the other coo piny, b For Daffin--Mr. President, Messrs. Baldwin, Brown of CoWmbia Very respectfully, &0.

II 'I, H*t communication, for such acfion as you may batm-jm pormkwu and,o omparaliTely, old wtded county_ronrrte C Brown of Benton, t Forward Ghent, Johnson'Maxwell, Perry, SD10N TOWLE, toUf1ll.
'.he frontier t 1 free front flea incitement and confosoD caused by to D Tajrlor--10. Cornptrollf' Public AcT
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: summation of any other aggressive measure," ToonCi'l'e TVSS unanimous for the. A ma- Flour, Bacon, _Lard, &c. Carriages, Buggies, Saddles, Harness, &c. Fall and Winter Goods. .; f" >t
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4Ctt|)f/loHMan journal. will doubtless be granted by the Legislature. jontyof! ; il.trodUt'od the Te:1J\Cl'Ce by (.en.de1egatha l'illow prefmI atLonh the three rtutiomM +or : JUST'received! PT&l' Win. II Hazard from New D. E. mILL rpHE-L of ST.-\PLEand subscriber has jt FANCY t cpcnwl GOODS I&D enure suitable new stock -; _

-- But hope the authority will be given not four or the dcegates approved or the 'l.ich were i ,
---- wo 20 barrels superfine Flour, Warsaw MiH,, f w-w T1 his CARRIAGE REPOSITORY, the wxnUof the wanon.vb!
B. HILTON & C. E. DYKE, call the Convention at the Governor's "discretion : aJupted. 9 Ocean II 'AT&rtl tt'. Brick Building offers fur Ladies drew goods of almost evrry style and qmSty
to
R. We deeply regret to be compelled to add, that sev '
10 extra PeoriaMagnolia ale three ipltndid four-seat ROCKA- Cameleon and Black Watered Silk Mantilla,
EDITORS AND PUOrRIETOnS.sATITBDAY. as he asks, but that its convocation, (.ra.11'CTI'Olli who Iud been admitted to seats on the '
6 M Albi'm WAYS, a splendid I*of BUGGIES, with or without Block Gro de Rhine and Cameleon Silks oft
_*----7-- the happening of certain contingencies, floor .f tIle house in which the seat-ions of the Convention 6 II M : tops four PEDLAR'S WAGGONS, one uocond-hand Blue Pink Cherrr, and Camel-Ton Florence
NOVEMBER 80. 1850. upon were held, and: others in the gallery, interruptedthe 1 'I Sugar CureJ Smoked Becf Rockaway, with home complete,which will be cold B innet3.trimmed and raitrimmed. :
will be made absolutely obligatory on him. closing pniceodin by the vociferous applaud of 2 dozen Smoked Beef Tongues very low. Bonnet Ribbons Belt do. Neck and Cap ditto .f''
Delinquent tlw c who were opposed to the resolutions which were -ALSO- EJ black Silk Lace wido and _
to Subscribers. 1 ca.k Carolina Rice, (new,) Laws Bobbin *, *, narrow,
jfotice seldom that we mule a public call Documents Accompanying the Message. adopted and an irregular attempt to obtain a reconsideration 2 kegs Butter At the OLD STAND Fbxrnix Buildings, lAce Capes and Collars D mi Veils t ,
f of the Fioamux d JOURNAL, but our disreputable to Xaehville, end oWply mortifying to 2 c_jA Saddles Bridles and :: \ of a vaJ Red White and Yellow Flannels J..t<
the patron barrels Leaf Lard *: .
Lu of number f the documents accompanying the Governor'sMessage the entire Tcnne*ee delegation, wit one exception. Ss riety of styles; harness of all descriptions and : tXegro !
contain tlic name a largo t> personsM Cheese,Tobacco Apples Sweet Oranges, At, forsa.1e Trimming Blankets Quilts -
I Fram-
10b Axela Huh, Dash Carriage '
Springs .
l before> readers. will be We have i.ot spare to comment on the general action Kerseys Cotton Osnaborps Cottro Yam, ,
neglected to comply with tin terms on I our They by ALFRED E. HOC. and Shoe Bindings Trunks Carpet Bags Valises ;
lure of the Convention to-day, but must reserve such November ; Drown and Bleached Sheetings 2 j yards wide. '
the and as it is impossiblefjrnstosec however order and 301850. 47 tf tc dc together with all other articles requiredin -
ubicatLey' recede paper published by Legislative comments fur the aturc. Sea Island Shirtings from Oen.James Steam Mill

them pewmally, we aval ourselves of in this way will doubtless fall into the handsof Bacon, Flour, &c. N.his B.line. done with despatch ALSO, II 4.
' them little attention to inatwcfgrn8n Georgia Election.We Repairing A fompfctftflaortment of Hardware antI Cutlery,embracing II
a a j
thit) lDuni to urge upon the people. The reports of the Register, JUST received from New Orleans per "William IL November 23, 1850. 46 tf VBlacksmith's
almost article of Carpenter's and
pecuniary iinrKirtancc to them individual- have seen but few returns of the election ," every. I _

ir.but to us of the greatest imjxM-tancc. We ask them Attorney General Comptroller, Treasurerand which took place in Georgia on Monday 25 barrels* Extra Fsnmly Flour CITY HOTEL, Tools. ALSO, .f' i 1.
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.bet energies (.C minds and bodi QuHiler-Marter General, will give satisfaction puperfiue TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. Salt th, bushel -'
tobej"3T our List for members to the Convention. These 20 ; Extra SL Ul-es weighing 00 pounds to ) a I '
arc put f f i." returns indicate that the Unionists, as i i. the hands of the undersigned as proiiilELprictor Sweden Iron from 1J inch to 9 inches wide 4 "
" it do not feel that it it a-king too much of diem tliat '. cers attention to the important interests 10 casks Sugar-cured Hams whom it will be Boarding .
i committed -: they term themselves, will have a large majority 25 barrels Prime Pork ,by kept as a Sugar Kettles 25,40 60, and 80 gallons I'4
tile hall gratify III by a faithful and punctual fulfilliutff Howe and House of Entertainment in connection Hollow-ware 1
]
to their care. In another column we 25 Mess M Heavy .
their i part of the contract Shall we make I in the Convention. They have succeeded 20! with the Planter's Hotel. HU personal superintendence Wax, Sperm, and Adamentine Candles -
"' give a portion of the Comptroller's report,the Anpk-% will be given to both establishments either Train and Linseed ditto. ,
caD in vain f Remittances can be made without in Chatham, Bib, Monroe, Tike, Mus- 4 Iuf Lard Winter Strained Oil.
fat of which travellers and boarders will find a bill of fare Claw 8 10.10 12, and 11 by 16, r
balance being omitted for want of by by
tlirongh Po t Masters, x\hi lire authorized 'plce.- Baldwin Crawford. In Thomas 2 Lard Oil
ffncoif byJa cogce, i <>f the b>_*'t that the market and neighborhood will afford Whit Lead Putty Ac. 1 t
.' ia frauk letter* containing money for NewsjapcrfubscTiptoOus. The office of Comptroller is of chief imj>or- understand that Messrs. Seward and Gatlin,i 20 boxes Star Caudle and will receive every attention that their comfort Gunny and Kentucky Bajcing Rope and Twin, r. '

Selfintercrt.. will constrain us to purge tance in the Executive Department of the ALSO OX HAND FROM NEW YORK and convenience .khall require. The proprietor Sea Island Barring, tc, Jx. lInt it i* hardly necns t;. r
are dl'ct'd--one from each ticket. This result Died Peaches Buckwheat Rice. )Macaroni appeals to the liberality of tire public! for such a shareof to speak of pood* imeentheymustbesecnto I '
h'-t at the end of the sa/y
('ibocnptinn prf'iCut"OIWllC government, as the operation of all laws having will have no effect on the fanatics of the Crashed and Brown Sugar, Pickles, patronage as will enable him to carryout his purpose be apprcc. ,' Please give me a call J" 'i, \
uulc*a disposition >a (\"iIlCII by delinquents to continue reference to the revenue, under his English Mustard Soap, Ac, of setting such tables as shall suffer by compari- GEO. IL MEGDTNISS. I.
to patronise tu ou terms more agreeable to our pass North, who note comprise a large majority inthe Dales of Cotton O naourg.% HOII with none others and keep such establishments A November 1\. 1850. 45 6t \ 1 \

feeling- immediate inspection, and the Comptroller, free States, save to embolden them in further Brown and Bleached Slurting- For sale by shall be worthy of the Capital of the State.S. 1 ,

-- _... _ _ _ of all others, ought to be able to judge of BERRY r.----- I aggressions.But Auctioneers and Commission Merchants. November 23, 1850. 46 tf undersigned offers for sale valuable p1an*- i I

The Legislature. their efficiency. or inefficiency.. The .present it will matter little in the end,we think, JTovember30,1850. 47 It J. ton,Icing in Madison County. Florida, near the : -"

The General Assembly of the State convened officer makes several recommendations in his which party is in the acendantle subniis- TAILORING. Notice..THEcoparthes1iipwhichbas Sandy Ford, on the Ocilla River. The plantation contains r.r
existed under the of hundred of which clear '
name 600 acres land one are Led
at the Capitol in this city on Monday report which will, doubtless, receive from theLegislature sionists or non-submissionists the Con. THE subscriber would inform the citizens of Tal- L and firm of BULL do FRATORIUS, is this day and under good fence. Upon the premises are a .

last according to law. There was a quo the consideration to which theyare vention. Unless the Legislation of Congressshall that he has commenced the above business dunolvcd by mutual consent All persons indebted to comfortable dwelling house, out houses and an orchard t '
and respectfully solicits a share ol public the above finn will please call ana settle with J. RBull well stocked with apple,orange peach. and fig tree .
rum in both Houses-all the Senators nj>- entitled. be, in the language of the Charleston patronage.Store ,who will attend to the settlement of the concern.J. Adjoining the place is a good range for stock and tho

pearing in their beats, and nearly all the members the opposite the Florida Exchange. D.BULL situation is healthy and well watered. There is a ..
and Slave
Odd Fellows' Celebration. Courier "retroactive Fugitive Garments
iC3- cut to order.
lake in front of the !
J. PRETORIUS beautiful dwelling
directly
the lower House. very
of Hon. R. J. 1'loyd, LEON LODGE, I. O. O. F., of this city,will I Bill be observed in good faith, there will be JAMES SEMPLE. November 10. ISSO. 46 house. t

Democrat, Senator from Franklin, was clioson have an Anniversary Celebration in this city but one party in Georgia, as elsewhere November 30, lf-50. 47 tf $450 Reward. Also-a family of eight negroesG. I

President of the Senate the New Boot and Shoe A. McEOTKE
on second Lai- Shop,
on Thursday the 12th of December. lion. throughout the South. To this complection been informed that on the evening of the November 16,lEO, 45 .
lot. Neil Mcriierson, of Walton County 7.TALL.1H.1SSEE FLA.fjjb'm HAVING of November at about nine o'clock five
,
A. E. MAXWELL is to deliver the Address. will it come at last.Cha.nges
Chief ell'rks.1. A. Stewart of Columbia THE undersigned would respectfully in- men came to the house of a negro woman named MA Taken Up.jc' I
his friends and the public gene. TILDA who resides at the mouth Black Creek and THE subscriber has this dav taken up an J
Daguerrean .
Counts i lant Secretary, John R. Linn Gallery.We of the Constitution. ialytbat: he has commenced a Boot und "
,
stole two of her children the one a girl named JUDY .1. old grey MARE and COLT as travs. \,
of Wakulla County, Enrolling and Engrossing take pleasure in referring our readers Maj. Finley, Senator from Jackson, has Shoe Shop, where he will make BOOTS and aged about I.5 years very black complexion stout and -The owner is requested to prove property .
the advertisement of SHOES:;of superior quality and workmanship. well the other named and take them will be W&'t..
to Messrs. LLOYD & grown a boy CHARLES aed pay charges, away,or they ,
John
Clerk l Daffin of Leon County, Ser- given notice of his intention to bring in a bill {)Repairing: done in the neatest manner, and at about 10 years of a rather yellow complexion. I her posed of according to law. 1-

geantatrins, Isaac Welch, of\Y:tonConn.t PERKINS, in auother column, whose facilitiesfor giving the election Judges to the pl'oplt.I the shortest notice.. T. W. \\*AAS i by offor a reward(,f one hundred dollars for the recovery J. M. ROBERTSON. .,

tailing the human face divine," afford a I November 30. 1S50. 47 5 of the children and conviction of the thieves.W. Lake Jack-tin,Nov. 16, 18504.-Sw ,
Messenger, and Luther Reed of Hamilton Two three Gov. 1
or years ago Moseley wasliitterlv I I IL G. SANDERS,

County. Door-keeper. The officers are rare opportunity for securing a correct and most denounced Lthe \\hiir nress . .Notice._ I Guardian Matilda. Groceries, Fruits, &c. ?' : .:
bl'.lutifullikt'nrss. These gentlemen have tI tI.' --- persons indebted to the esTate of Alexander c.t IrL TOSII. received Schr. W. R. PETTES from New- .
put AL.L per
all Democrats, excepting Mr. Linn. The .here, for nuiking this recommendation in his ,late of (he Crunty of IlilUboreugh in JOHN HAMILTON. ,JUST .. _

proprietors of this paper were elected printersto into operation what is termed a Polishing .annual messages to the L'gi.bture. (01. ; the Stale ot Florida deceased are desired to make November, 231850. 46 tf Extra Flour No. I Soap, \ '
Wheel which finish is immediate pa)men of I he same to the underpinned
by/ a Onions
the Senate. We return our thanks: to our produced on I.was only a little in advance of public sentiment Executors of said estate. A I persons, as well al'o Ladies Fancy Goods Star Candles Lemons.Oranges '1

political friends in that body for their unanimous plates so perfect that the picture appears is though we bt-lievc that the people of the the licks and legatees named in the last will and testament FROM NEW YORK BY THE MAIL STAGE OF Sugar cured Hams Miltsga Grapes, .

vote in our favor. We were not candidates though impressed on a mirror. Hie specimens State \\ouldhave sustained him had the direct said estate of! ,said are deceased requested, to having present claims the same against to the the T/turlay last, consisting of Butter and Cheese, Dates, vIlaitbb ..

we have seen of this kind of work said Executors within from the date here Fah'able. Dress Pattens ''Fashionable Shoulders in half Bt-xw.
for the in the other surp.IFs two years Silks
printing House, issue been presented to th we have ever before Call of, or this notice will be ,plead; in bar of any such Bonnet Ribbons I.a:-, .
although some of our friends were so kindS any seen. l I, when introduced, will command, we believe claims. THOMAS P. KENNEDY Gloves 4. Mantillasun. -, N.Clarified O.Sugar, do., Rock Candy Plums
and sec them. ELLEN MARTIN it Hdk'fs i -
to vote for us. the of two-thirds in Rio Coffee, Apples de.It,. "_
requisite majority Tarrpa, Fa., Nov. 30, l5.:,. 47 12t Executors. Are offered jut sale at Mr rates by .
sale A. E. HOC. r
For
The House completed its organization on Communication from Gen. DuPont. both Houses. Time Senator from Washington I J. >L WILLIAMS. Monroe!t, next by door South of Berry& Row Ie& .

Tuesday-Capt Bradley having been sworn Quixcv, FLA., Nov. 2bth, Ib50. and Calhoun, lIon. D. J. Smith, has also j Notice. On Hand. November :11), 1850. 45 tfNotice.

in as the member from Benton on the day To Jo nru CLISHV, ESQ., given notice of an intention to present a bill ALl persons harinz" claims again t the estate of A few superior 9 Steel Com Mills with wheel complete ,If'I
S. Clark late of Hilbborrugh! '
,
County, assorted
; 4 nets Blacksmith's Tool*; 2<>0 aiw>rt- I- t.
)previous' lion. Hugh Archer, Democrat, Editor of The Sentinel, changing the Constitution, so as to allow dtccasidawell as all creditors, legatees, and person ed Ploughs; Pork Bacon, Hams Lard; Salt, both Madison Court house, on Monday the 30th of '. _

from Leon, was elected Speaker on the first Sir: In your issue of the 2Gth inst. are Ministers of the Gospel to hold office erttiled to distribution are hettby notified to coarse and fine; Potatoes, Mackerel Butt*! ; Ban 1. AT December next I will sell four slaves belonging I :',
ballot W. any presen; their claims, piopeily attested within two Sole and String Leather; a few 4 leaf Bucgy Springs to the estate of John Coleman dt-cea ed. \if
II. Milton, from Jackson County, contained several communications in regardto under it. As that instrument stands years ir their claims will be forever barred; and all make .
which
now j All of -1 am anxious to sell, to room for Terms of wJe- -one half cash,the balance OD a creditof ; (
Chief Clerk, Hugh Corley, of Leon County, the proceedings of the "Southern Convention Ministers are not eligible to seats in the Legislature : person} indebted to the said estate will make immediate other goods boon to lie received. J. )L W. twelve 11.ndl31h note at 8 per cent. per annum, .

Assistant Clerk, R. E. Gibson Gadsden ," lately assembled in the city of Nashille or to the office of Governor of the '1 mraent. ELLEN M. CLARK, Executrix. November 231850. 46 and two approved securities.VANS RANDELL AdmV. '.

County, Enrolling and Engrossing Clerk, S'I I I \- which are so entirely devoid of truth, as State. We never. could see any good reason Hill&orouzh County, Nor. 30. ISSO. 47 St Madison Female Seminary. November, 1850. 45 3t (Sent 3t)

Harrington, of Jefferson County Messengerand I to require this notice at my hands. That for "Jiis restrictive provision in the Constitution Tax Collector's Sale. THE next Th'irsdiy Term of in this January Institution next will and begin close on on the the DANCING ACADEMY.MR. _

Door-keeper, and J. M. Holder, Ser- wluch forms the basis of your editorial comments and can therefore see no reason why it Yrtue of the power vested in me by law,I last Thursday in Jt T'.' RASDH announces to the citizens of Tallahassee I

peant-at-Arms. The House organization is is so preposterously absurd, that I am B hare levied upon and vt ill expose to sale before TIle new building is erected and will be put in complete that he has arrived in the chy, and r ill
Democratic throughout. The editor of the should not be repaled.Heorganization the dart House door, in the town of Madison, o.i order for the reception of pupils before the beginning commence giving in truction in DANCING fur juvenile i

Sentinel was elected printer of the House. I not astonished at your designating it as "very the get Monday of June next at the usual hours of of next Term. With this additional building, on Saturday morning, 23d November instant,at ., .

Wednesday the Governor's annual! much like nonsense," and I am only surprisedthat of the Judiciary. sale, to the highest bidder, the following described the Institution a prepared to accommodate a large 10 o'clock and in the same evening at 3, at the City .
Lands lying and being in the County of Madison: number of pupils. Hotel Gentlemen's Class at nights at 7 o'clock. -
Message was received and read in both this nonsense should have led you to Notice has been given by Mr. Maxwell, Rorida ,iz: Rates of Tuition are the parr; as heretofore. For November ii;. 1550. 45 [Sentinel] ; !.

Houses. Our readers will find this document venture a final judgment as to the consummation Senator from Leon, of the future introductionof The SE l of theN E4 of Sec 20.T 1,n 6. SandE. particulars see Circular or Catalogue. R. B. HILTON S
., as tbe of J. S. Patterson, to thetas Board be had in families in the town -
published at length in columns property pay may private
our to. bill him for the of the
of the
day. Both Hou's adjourned until Fri proceedings of the Conven a by re-organization andcoits due on same for the \ear: 185, '4C, from ?8to10i pcr month, (exclusive of washing and Attorney at Law, Tallahassee Florida. I-.

day over tion. In order to set you right on this sub Judiciary: of the State, and for the establishment '47.'49, '49. and .50. lights.) Board in the Institution exclusive of light NB.-He will prosecute Claims for Land under
Thursday being observed as a day of TneNloftheNW4ofSec2T1R5for J and fuel, is f 10 par late Bounty Land Bill, for a moJtra'e rompen :
Tuaw giving by proclamation of the Go\ern- ject, and more especially] that the public maybe of a fifth Judical Circuit. Tlie latter taxes &.C., due frotii 1515 to 1S50.Aiso.lheE&NELSec1landWNW4Sce. month.R.. W. PARRAMORE, ,atii>n. October lt, 1"1O.II .

or. furnished with facts in regard to the tiror has long been thought necessary to the successful j President Board of Trustees. .
1-J & 12, T 1, R 9.N and E., purporting to belon to J. J.Undtrwiod [ II. Z. Aunts Serretarv.i P. P. LEWIS, .
Governor's ceedings of this body, I herewith enclose you ,. working of our present defective Judiciary for tatpsdut': thereon (from 191-: to ISo i November 23, 1651) 46 tf Local Dentist, Tallahassee, Florifa. .

Message.Amid a copy of the Dajly American," published system, and is among the recommendations THOMAS M. ANDERSON T) OOiiS iu the new building immedi1 it
the pressure of business, wo have Sleritf an 1 ex officio Tax Col. Madison Co. Select School for Young Ladies, Quiney. .. IX ately East of the Post Office, *here'IZXiYhe ', .
the
at Nashville of the Governor.Another; .
barely had time to glance at the Governor's city which contains: an No"t'u.cr .u, 1S50. 47 6tn TilE next session i>f thl* Institution will commence will be found unless professiotally r

authentic report of tne Preamble and Reso the first )!.lldav in January, 1S51. For particulars engaged. September 7, 1S5O. 35 .
!
message: nor have wo room for comments, lutions" which Decline in Cotton. CARD. see printed Circular, or enquire of the Principal ,.

even had wo leisure to make them. Hereafter were finally adopted by the By time arrival of the Niagara from Liver MR. JOHN" n. I.L.OVI would respectfully JOSHUA FHELPtx A. B. CLARKE, :

Convention. I must also request of you to the attention of strangers and the citizens Quinry, November 23, IS51. 46 6t (FPRMKRUY CLHKC. STIU. IAK' ,) r '
wo may devote full notice to its recom pool, a further decline of one eighth of a penny ot Tallahassee and its vicinity, to the late successful '
the interest of Mr.
publish, in this connection the of purchased ,.
mendations.I'pon comments is reported to have taken place iu the cot. tmrrovenents in hit Dngucrrenii SUyLigltt Brought to Jail J HAVING in their cld! business, can be \ ;
the editor And it affords him exceeding
of American in regard to Gallery. Tallahassee the 22d infit I found at their old stand on Monroe street, ,
the the ton Market f on a negro man
great questions diuding public plesure in announcing that he has associated him-
the closing scenes of the Convention which tIN'Who hays his name is COBNEUCS, and that he where he will receive ii> a few days from New York ;
selfin Copartnership with Mr J. W. Perkins late
mind of the South and the North Y
we are -- -'-- --- -------- to Cot Watts, of Madiwn County. Raid one of the most complete assortments of Ready" t
while of New York. The Ladies and Gentlemen! invited -
they furnish correct information in regard MARRIED. are of mtde Clothing and Gtnlh men's Fancy Goods I .
about 21
gratified to mark: a decided improvement in his O call and examine the numerous specimens he negro w or 22 years aye, IKjht complexion
to the divisions which existed amongst On the 5th .. in Christ Church St. Louw, by briigs of the excellence ol his workmanship as an about 5 feet, 4 or 5 inches l high. The owner is ever offered in this market. Also, a general assortment ;- .
Excellency's tone since the delivery of his In. requested to comply with the law.and take him away. of French English, and Belgian Cloths L.
the members of the t1.e Rt. Rt".Dr.Jlawb.Ihm.EnWAHDCARH.T G. arlil. In addition to our Sky-Light, which is now
respective delegations,' I Black and Fancy Doeskins and Caasimtrt, H/acf .
augural and the of his JOHN H RHODES, Jailer. .
publication
correspcnd.nce TOX CABELL Fl ida to ANNA MARIA WILCOx in successful operation, we have introduced numerous I ,
,
also demonstrate the extent of tire ." Row iu Mher improvements, Inch is a new November 23. 1850. 46 tf and Figueted Silk Satin, Cashmere,-and Vtbxi
with
OUT Congressional\ < Mrgation. daughter of Mrs. General Ashley.Oa among pa. Veilings, which he is prepared to manufacture at ,
wheel celebrated for the beautiful ;
,
the Convention \lffiOf so
Nashville teat
!!! -
Even Governor Brown For Sale. the shortest notice and in the mast approved stvlr. --
seems to feel that thereis .
finish it and
the 28th instant in Leon County Flr.rMa by polisl and gives to the plate picture,
In The community generally are respectfully reqaestedto
a stage in the progress of aggression where justice to the very worthy gentlemenwho the Rev. Dr. M. 3fmJi JESSE T. BERNARD, ., oblitirating all those marks and scratches made by. A HANDSOME CARRIAGE, very call and examine Uiy stuck before purchasing cl!c- .;;

forbearance to resist will cease to be virtue; composed the Tennessee delegation, Ifevl and Mis MARY E,daughter of The*.A.Bradford Eq. f he o'dinary ii being method able to ot state hand that buffing.the pictures We feel taken pleasure at Harness.little used Apply with to neat Mr.brass S. M mounted Lamer where.- "a llah.'',Ot-tuber 12. IS50. 4f>

and he manifestly fears that that fringe is being bound to remark, that the whole ttate- --- this Establishment are equal in beauty, richness of Planter's HoteLNovember Notice. j- .

merit in regard to their conduct is OBITUARY. toneaudfiri-isband durability to any that can be 23. lS50. 43 2t
rapidly approached. In case of the r(. utterly fahc. produced North or Smth. Particular attention given FOUR weeks after publication hereof we win apply i'
The Tennessee delegation neither Died in tlih city on Tuesday the 25th instant of likenesses of Honorable Judge of Probate for Leon ,
|11.al of the Fugitive Slave Kill, the Governoris announced tothe arrangement family groups ; Notice.lffilCA)1E ) "
for order to sell the
for disunion. their determination to vilhdrtac" nor did congestion of the brain WILLIAM C.son of Jo)in and child-en accurately taken in a few seconds. to the Plantation of Colonel B F. | County an LandbelongingtotheestateofLlLBrunclideccasedandlyinginaaid ; I
Such
.
nn event he JOHN R. LLOYD [. };
says ,
)
"trould leave alternative they denounce the proceedings of the Convention Mary E. }Pratorius aged one year,one month and eight J. W. PERKINS. ,on Lake Jackson, on the 10th Countv.. 0-
its no compatible with dll"F. a gny }MARE about four JOSEPH BR -CIL t I-
national cnity." Thanks for this -much. as unhallowed and-unworthy of Southern fjg. Those who have a desire to become master of years old, of ordinary size with dark manu and tail JAMES H. BRANCH, f Aamrs-j I' i.
-- -
-- the art, will hare an excellent opportunity applying and blind in and is
"
It is that one eye very gentle. November9l8O. 44 4t
men. true the denunciation Jackson ,
If ffT" Regular Meeting
was Lodge E. Barnard'sDrug "
Rooms
over
But at Daguerrrtn
as friends of the Union our The forward -
as it vas, and owner w requested to come ,prove property
uttered by a member of the Tennessee delegation i't.e; No. 1, this night ntla.cnic HalL Brethren Store, corner of Munroe and Clinton streets, and take her Valuable Negro for Sale. I
dourous pay tharoet" away. :*
of it it .4:1: fojournbig in the invited. .
preserving as iras, undent theSaxne city are cordially whtr. instructions will be given on liberal terms,
JOHN C. WHTTNEIL
time but so far from receiving the sanctionor 101): CHARLES E. DYKE 'Wrf'tary late and improvement in Chemicals : FOR sale a Negro feb,aged about twenty-four "
as friends of Southern withibe November lS50. 46 tf
rights, we 23. and \vrll|1 made, a capital hand in a Turpentine

can but solemnly repeat, what we have so often approbation of his colleagues, lie was most Fresh arrival of New Goods. &.C.-t'mber O. 18.','. 47 tfr Centreville Greys. orchard and a good cooper. Enquire of tba
pointedly and rebuked t undersigned at Monticello.
publicly by them and
said, that it is the infatuated of NOVEMBER 26, 185i). "
course Brought to Jail TT'IIE CENTREVILLE GREYS are ordered to October 25. 1550. 42 WAI. CCLARS.
'1cIlmen as Governor Brown that has brought they expressly disclaimed any responsibility for XVOICE of good hhipped per cchr. Wm. H Ilazard JL meet at their parade ground at ', on the second AND CAPS .
TalUhassee the 29th inst SHOES HATS, just re i
his ungentlemanly conduct. I am also warranted I ]>er order and for account of J. M. WILLIAMS: on a negro woman Saturday in December next at 10 o'clock A.M, BOOTS ,,
about the anJ Cora te bv ,. f
dangers which the who that her name i I* SALLY
now jeopardize says
48 bbli Uno Peoria MilLi Extra Flour prepared to return their arms to the commanding offi -
sup. ,
in saying that so breach of thatpropriety t-; that she belongs to Wilt Rogers, of GEORGE If. BESTWICK- 41
a and
gross
Union and the rights of the SoutK The .2" Lamartiuo cer. The arms must be in good order with all necee- October 26.1S50. 43
&Gadlen Said i g tolerable "
which should County. negro stout be .
always characterizethe 12" \\'araw eary repairs or they-win not received.By i '
.Nashville Convention was designed to check I 10" Ocean and light complexion. order IfJACOB SMITH & DILWORTH -
intercourse of gentlemen received from JOHN H. RHODES Jailer. i
Northern encroachment, and thus save the I 10" Albion ,tf ELIOT Captain. TXTILL attend to obtaining Land Warrants for per. t .
47
j I the citizens Nashville no countenance what 10" Magnolia Jovembcr 301850. W. N. SACVDERS. Orderly. V V entitled Land late '
the
Union. By that Convention these _____n ___ sons to Bounty under i iAct 1
opposing j ever. 2 cask bacon f-liouldcrii, to Jail November 28, 1830. 46 St of C RireM. r -..
men have unwittingly intited the encroachments 12 bbhi Mew Fork Brought Monticello October 26, I IS-1L 42 I' '
I have deemed this communication necessary 8 Prime do A TN Tallaliawee on the 20th just a negro max JOHN PRATORIUS
which
now shake the Confederacy to 15U Sack St. Louis Oafc, JL-wLo fear* Lid name is JULY and that he bc- For Sale. to
iLl to correct the false impressions which [OF THE LATE FIRH OF BULL tc. rBATOETVS,] I .
very base. The Nashville Convent was 10 Keg Lnnl -.S.1oegs to Thomas Tucker, of WakuHa County. Soldiers' Bounty Land Warrants' all ,
might have been made the mind 2 Barrels (10AL'50 Said is about five feet high, dark complexion. T70ULD inform )loa friends and the public SEVERAL
designed upon public negro can be located in one body er tract on
to unite
the South, and thus present JOHN lI. RHODES Jailer. Ji''(V that he has taken the store lately occupied
FROM NEW ,
in relation to the of the Southern YORK.A any Lands of the United Sl tea, not heretofore sold>r.'
an insuperable barrier to the progress of that proceedings fcw cases of superior Green and Block Tea November 40, 18)0. 47 tf \ C. 1L Blood, and adjoining the store lately taken up. DAVID COOPER M. D. \:: (
fanaticism Convention. And in conclusion, you will SO qr. Boxes Raisins occupied by Bull&Pratorius,where he will be pleasedto November 9, 1550. 44 .
which as destined to overthrow the SO half Southern Mutual Life Insurance Company attend to the calls and wants of those who may be --
Union. Oar whole Congressional delegation) permit me to remark, that at a time like the 45 Kegs and boxes of Buckwheat of Louisiana. dif jo ed to patronize him in his line of business.lie Qash Advances. i.

Morton, Cabell, and Yulee (two present, when the public mind is agitated by 2 bbls. Almonds, 3 bbl dried APJIlcl\ TTARCING been appointed Agent for the above ComXJ. has received by the late arrivals a choice and undersigned will make liberal cash advance, .j

and Whigs issues which threaten the I perpetuity of our 15 bbls. Irish PoUftoea, 2 Crates Ouioiw, psny,and deeming it unnecessary to discuss the' vU-Mletttd ttipply "of Cloth Catsimsrex Vutinys THE shipments of Cotton, cansigned to J. L.. i .1_ _
one D'mocrat-ad'ocat.ed) this Convention An invoice of assorted crockery, importance and advantage of the mutual insurance I Fancy; Good; alto, a gfnrral axtortmtnt of Small wood. Hew York.SMALLWOOQ.. .

; Governor Brown opposed it, and so, instead political institutions, our vehicles of public intelligence 4' tt I Hardware principle would respectfully colicit the consideration I R EA D Y-JJ/.l D E CLOTHLYG, GIBSON & HARRIS. 1 I

of will best subserve the high objectof *i Hollow ware, of the fifcizens of Tallahassee and vicinity. Any information -i AH of which, I flatter myself are equal in style and Qnincy, November 2, 1S50. 43 4m : fl I,
standing as a unit,as we thould have For sale] by J. }WILLIAMS. Relative to it can be obtained by calling on the quality and quite ax cheap, as any others that will be
done but for him, his course scattered dissenfcibng their creation, by manifesting some little November SO, 1850. 47 eub-crilsr. S. S. KNIGHT. found in this market He will give particular attention U. S. Marshal's Sale. i iB f t:

caution in giving to the idle and often November 30, 1850. 47 tf to his business and hopes Le will merit a liberal I IOffleeoftlieUnitedStatesThstnctConrtinaM r
throughout the whole State: these distensions publicity JUST rC'ivelland for sale by C. C. BYRD & CO. from tile virtue of a writ of Fi. Pa issued from the Clerk's i-. t
J public.
malicious of scribblers barrels real Mercer patronage Jl
ravings hireling Potatoes
gave every encouragement to our 5 bogs superior Goaben Butter, Sheriff's Sale. I November 23. 18 0. 46 tf for the Northern District of Florida wherein Lowell J.l'I f

eaemics to hasten their work, as they felt that whose only object is to prejudice and distract 10 barrels Mammoth Onions, trtne of a writ of fieri facias, issued from the I NoticeS Hollbrook is plaintui and A.IL Cole Samuel StevemmaandG.W.Colearedefeants.Ihavelevieduponantt !'

they had the public mind in regard to the great questions 6 quarter barrels fresh caught No. 1 Mackerel BY CkrkV office of the Circuit Court for the County i ; j I
nothing to fear while we were divi & half 1 of.Leon Middle Circuit of Florida wherein Fairbankst i hereby given that the following real estate of Andrew will offer for sale before the Court House door in tba ,

ded. Thus invited.and thus encouraged, the I of the day.I Koveiubur 23, 1850. 46 < Valwiine are plaintiffr,and Betton & Fisher are defendant : 1. Fn Elizabeth &, and Horatio 0. Withers infant town of Madiaon, on Monday the !d day of December I,1.

North has marched forward : am, very respectfully, your ob't serv't, *, have levied upon, and will expo for sale heirs of Horatio C.Withers deceased to wit: next the following described property viz; '
until there is left I Tax Collector's Sale. before thl Court House door in the city of Tallahassee Lot 1, 2, and 3, in fractional Section 20 and Lot 2, Four unimproved_ lots known as Jfaa.and cmie ..t ;,

her but one step more to mako-repeal of the I C. II. BuPONT, virtue of the vested in law, I on theftst Monday in January next within legal. in fractional Section 21, all in Township 3, North of lot with a store-house thereon and now occupied by .. .1

Fugitive Slave Bill)_-and the Union Is I Delegate to the Southern Conl'CnLionfrom the BY until expose for power sale, before the Court me by House at boors il gone Office of the United States fur the District of Talla. town Madison,and be Bold "
The Quincy, in the County Gadsden the second Oiuhegro man. dave Henry, aged 30 years. to _as the property of aaid; 1.
disunion ita if there are any who) desire Stale of Florida Monday of April next, the following, on described AVl a negro girl" Jinny, aged 13 years. .-, all1 lying and being in the County of Leon and defendants, to eatiofy laid writ of FL Fx 4:

disunion for its own sake or so much thereof as will tbe State property and Leupon as the property of A J. Fisher, and to I State of Florida will be sold to the highest bidder; at J.T.MY RIO) Marshal 1 "
of ,owe an Infinite debt From time Nashville American. County Tax due thereon for the year pay, 1&50 and the be sold to Bitiafy said writ of fieri fadas. public sale before the Court House door in Tallahassee ,Nov.2, 1 8O. By O.'n'.HUTCHCfS, D. M !(1..1. f
gratitude to Governor Daily ,A.D. 1851. The
Brown and his co- incident thereto wit \ A, A. FISHER, Sherifl on the first Monday January
to
laborers. The Southern Convention. necessary St'Yenr hundred expenses and fifty acres of Land, lying: on ; By HALEY T. BLOCKER D. aNoveribr$0lS5O. terms will be made known on the day of sale. Ready-made Clothing and Saddlery '.

His Tliis bnJy adjourned yesterday morning after have Crooked Creek, purporting to belong to ArmUtead 47 u i By order of James E. Brooms Judge of Probate tut JUST receivedper Dark Mora from N w York, ''-J j ; _
Excellency's request for authority to ing adniftod thu rcmlutimn which will 118 found elso- and Raney. the County -and State aforesaid. supply of JlsaJy-madc Cfoikingmt Sad % : '

convoke a Convention," in the event of where in our column to-day by a vote of 6 to I-t.1I9 HUGH 0. McLEAN, '* C. C. BYRD & CO., CAROLINE B. WHITE.HAMDEN ? dlery, which are offiwed to the public (>n I the moss( ) I Irt _
tfleal of tb a State votinj in the negative bcinj; Tennessee. We Tax Collector for Gadiden Count,; advance on'Cottons A. WHITE 'nlUblf' rerms. HEIR Sc, R c't: t\ :_ _
Fugitive Slave Bill, "or the con bear that tS vut of each State, with the exception of October, 12, ISM. 4'J"' _ISm Wlllmtkevrry-ljbrral *in New Yotk. Oct( 19 November.:, lI o. '45 it Giurdi&ni., October 17; LS30. 4Q k f t

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1 \ ---- ----. ALL persons creditors, legatee. !
.. Slave Law. -- --- --
I Secession and the Fugitive SKY-LIGHT GALLERY. $100,000.THE LEWIS --& AMES- Middle Circuit. or otherwise interested in thttQ.IIi.

:. ., \Ve receive coairr-tJuicAtioti which of Robert Spence late of Jefferson -lte
have a subscriber announces l to I the La- Conntv M
rp.'IE; respectfully LEON COU 7Y-l. EQUITY.
), will appear next wrrk, on (lie secession of 1 dies and Gentlemen of Tallahassee and its vicinity MAL'LE ISUC CO. DRALKGSIX deceased are hereby notified to exhibit Ihbda..
Tallahassee Rail Road Complainant: .
Company and demand within
two *
_ Ihe Southern States, which requires some no. that he rm taken the Rooms over Messrs. Bull EYOlK-NO. ; $'r., DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS, OILS, rs. the year from thit dar' t
r of ta- undersigned or ame wilt be ban.if. t".I"
lice at our hands. It i not our intention to Si Pratorius'Clothinz Store for the in the purpose most fashionable NET Accumulated Fund, Nov. 1st, IS49.S900-) Toilet Articles, Perfumery, &c., Window Class Richard Itay\\"utl. George K. Walker Union Bank persons indebted to the said deceased are/ '. all

_ admit anything, editorially or otherwise, into king Datuerrean Likenesses of the j art,be ulifun ), securely invested and in Donds and Mortgageson PAINTICRS BRUSH AND COI.Jl8polhecarlcs' of Florida, Rurbutt Jl. Bettor, and Elijah While, to make immediate payment. tqlJttte4
and late improvements real' estate in I this city Brooklyn, and stocks Defendants.
: our cotumus which might; give our paper apolitical put tip in Morocco Ca!es, Locket, Breast Pins, Me of the State and City of New-York and UnitedStatesGovernment. .t Glass "U'arc. &c appearing from the allegations of Complainant's of Jeff' JAMES R. TUCKER Shmtr]

caste. But we do not regard this dalions, and Finger nl?'. He guarantees to give as hmdand he IT "onCotntlandl'zf iri.Ad .
"I has'er TUEabovl"constantyon! : forsale at Bill which are verified by affkhvit that Defendant Jefferson County, October5, -0. .ff1 r.
I question a a political one. The spirit that ;good, if not belter, Likenesses this I than any t hat He feels jus This fund i is rapidly increasing a widely extended Elijah White, i h not a resident: of the State of 33
been obtaine.l herelotore in city. business. LEWIS & AMES. in the State of that Notice. 1
vouMJoverthrow our Constitution and ant precious Florida,blJt resides Georgia, so
com-cr in the above assertion, as he u is in full posses declared a dividend of profits of fit.y.two Tallahassee November
oar Union into a tremendous machine of ted in the art, Company 20, IS47. 18 he cannot be served with process of snbpcena : persons,creditors and ..,ate .
op. late
of the principal improvements all policies on the 31st ALL ? rnuIM
existing
I "ifn per CtRt. oo It is thereupon Ordered, That Defendant, Elijah otherwise t 10
and would if allowed its and otherwise. His pictures as SIMON TOWLE. MARIANO D. PAPV ; or interested in j
pression injustice, both in the
::4 1849.
chemi.t January White, plead answer, or demur to this Bill, on or late of James Moorelate of Jefferson ts-
full soon degrade religion into an o-i.] will be divided the TOWLE & PAPY before first in next at the Count?' *
: sweep and equalled but by few. I All the Profits are among Insure the Monday April perilof rida, deceased, are hereby notified to tihibit ill
ous fanaticism.. It is in vain to pretend that This Surpassed i i" motto by none, my pictures prove it true." The premiums are payable in cash! annually,sf-mi- Allorneys and Ccnnsrllcrs at law, having said Bill taken for confessed and as to claims and driniro'j within two years from thildatlf,
abolition towards ire my fitted interest being added on the him set do-vn fur rn-aring ex porte: Provided, Thata lo the undersigned, the will
4 the tendencies are not The subscriber ha, at considerable evpensc annual), er quarterly ( formed an association for the Practice or same be barred* an4
of this Older be for four months
from HAVING copy published all indebted the said
in
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religion and infidelity its is the his > ns to obtain a sky-light ( payments.The will attend persons deceased
; very spirit la apartments s< this the several Courts of the once week consecutively in one of the are "*
adopted Company newspapers make
of the art that it cash principle by secures quested to immedufe
S individual notions of and above. I not tell the patrons Middle Circuit of Floridaand in the District CoUtt pavmenf.
., setting up justice nctt addition, as the light fromahovr. to the parties for whose benefit I the insurances published in the city of Ta113ha sf'e. JAMES It TUCKER.
k ',: humanity: against the morality of the Bible, i ii one. is ol concentrated greatest on Ihe' ',bjcd reinlar, are effected, the whole of the advantages, without of the U. S at Tallaha.Qce.1 !' entrustedto THOMAS BALTZELL Judge. of JeTer( on County and tx officio Sheriff AdD1'Jeffeuon *
their will receive attention.
.; and permitted to swell and gather head; it which is impossible! with any: sd .11.- subjecting them to' the heavy drawback of accumulated 03-: Oilier care in the Capitol.prompt A November true copy from 5, ISSO.Minutes of Crnrt. County_ October 5,1S50. 39 3Sheriff's -
notes. ----- --
and --
will soon )' all the ancient bulwarksand This i is more tetecIwhere families groups premium February 17, 1SJ9 7 "
sweep away -
OSCAR
their A. MYFRS Clerk.M. .
and particularly the Ladies, are Persons may effect insurance on own lives Sate.B .
let in a flood of brackish waters to de. ken. The cilizem' others. A married women insure 1 A. LONG, Solicitor for Complainant.
can MEDAL
and examine and the'e ol NOTICE.
invited 1 to call at his rooms : virtue of a writ of Fieri Fatia..
a. troy e\'erlthin green or fruitful. That fa. specimens.rp p'tflly Old Pillurel cleaned and put up in a t the life of her husband, the benefits of whichare November 9, IS.50. 44 4m ; the Clerk's Office of the Circoit .Court issued r$tIt
natical wisdom,which exalts itself above l law for the exclusive use of herself or fcrrtcounty
o
rev.elation thorn fiom fading. I have two by> Dr. Charles T.
manner to preserve s'clrel DarbyTESPECTFULLYannouncestothepiiblicineen Jefferson Circuit Court.IN of' Leon, Middle Circuit Florida! wh
4 and) arrays the Bible against iself fine Germ i instruments operation with a children.Clerg and a',1 othersdenendent salaries Wesley! Leak is plaintiff, and Canada RoCe \$fa<'***

must soon despise that sort of justice did stock of malri.ls. -men invited avail I hemseUeol upon a resmirce IX eral that he has permanently located him,ell in CHANCERY. dant I have levied upon and will expose lor ta'

moved the Catmanitrs, from the promised(] land. JOHN R.according LLOYD.to specially whcrebj their surviving families may be secured Monticello, Florida, and will be found at all limes, Pill for Injunction and Distribution. before trie Court Home door in the city of Ta li I E.
N. B. Instructions given in the art, unless Exectors of William Goodman, Complainants, hassee, on the first Monday in December next I
rofes-ionally
the favored seed of Abraham evils of f engaged. Strict attention will with
to e room b th in chemicals and other- Iron the penury. .
Ira fIr Ihe latest in the described
improvement legal hours following
be all M.Eeza
raid to professional calls.
of the principles Mutual property N
it ? in holding in thedoctrine IS50. 42 3m Pamphlets explanatory *
; must contempt A-i Lite
(hat lays the guilt of tie sinner upon ---- forms In'1ancE of be obtained at tie. France Slater Jane Elizabeth Slater. Harriet 6 Bales Cotton at Depot in Tallinas>ee,

the head of the immaculate POD ot Cod.- S> Tax Colector's Sale. office with! of the Company applcation. Wall may st., or of of "tsagents. L. SHIELDS, JI. D. J. II. BONY M. D. E M. Slater John G. Slfer William Slater 2 do do Gin House. Plantation ''dtrr
any
t What avails it to the heated imagination" of virtue of power in me by law, I John Goodman,and William Goodman Elienwood 10fJOOlbaseeddo u. Ie'
BY before the Court House at and Defendants. 2;500 lb!dean u. .
sale
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for Drs. SHIELDS & BOND Spain "
expose TRUSTEES
the di that all he bears
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"cipe equality past its le&limony to the fact. that the African race q Monday of April County next the following. described pro. Jo,. B. Collins, David C. Colden, HAVING associated them elves together in the IT affidavit made in this cau.e that the said Defen ( > UnsheIt Com in Crib .. .. >

attains: its highest elevation and greatest hap. 11erty, or so much thereof 3 will pay the State and Wm. J. Hysli, Alfred Edward, of Medicine, Surgery, &c., oiler their tl3nls,wilh: the exception of William Goodman Elienwood S'J acres ** not taihered; ., .
and the R. II. wm. Belts, services to i the citizens of Quincy and I the surrounding 20' )O Ihs Fwddei in stacks .
pi ness under the control and direction of the County Tax due thereon for the year ISoO, llcCurdV Blunt tesideout of the state of Florida beyond S. 1
incident thereto, to wit: Fred. Joseph country. the jurisdiction of this Court but in the United 'vied upon as the property r.said defendant.aliJ
whites I lie will soon learn to q-ieslion the necessary The w'hoU! expenses{ of what is called U Forbes Purchase." C. W. "Faber Isaac G. Pearson, Quincy, Annul I II I 1S-J9. :nC.RAWA.Y States : to be sold to satisfy said writ nf fieri facial.

4 justice that has *o decreed and to the Supreme I king in\Gjdil>, County, or so much thereof as will John P. Yelvorton, Henry Wells, It it therefore Onle'etl That the said Defendants, A. A. FISHER. Sheriff,

ihe right to subject a sinful world as he choos piy the Tax. aforesaid, bounded on the East by the Theo. Sedswick, Wm. Mooie. SMITH] [W. S. DILWORTH E>.eza Dasher, Sarah Waters Green R Slater Mar- Nov._2,1950. Bv H. T. nLOCKER, D. I

U PS. If there ever was a lima and place since Ocklorknee\ River anl on the West by the ApilachicoliRiivr. Stacy B. Collins, Zebedee Jona Cook, jJa 1rNATTORNEYS 1L.1 rl }]. jnret Frances Slater, Jane Elizabeth Sl.1ter.lIarriet --Valuable--"- Lands for -
HUGH O. McLEAN John II. Swift, Miler. E M. Slater John G. Slater, William Slater, and Sale.
the fall of where servitude was tintknovn'wherc David AT LAW
rrnn Tax Collector for GadsJen County. Johr Wadsworth, John Goodman, and Spain, appear and answer the TtL1. be sold at public auction, in Qmncy
the dream equality' had an October 12. letfO.( 40 Cm S. M. Cornell", Robert Shinier, MOXTICELLO, FLOHID.Jill .\. Bill of Complaint filed in this cause within four V, \ .Monday, the C/A day January. Ihp e0

.. actual practical existence, there niiyht! be Gouv. M. Wilkins, JJUl1 Chambers Tuckermsn, ) 7, IS 19. 27. months (from the date of the publication of this Or- tracts of Land belonging to the estate ot Rcub B.
some excuse fir, this madness. But with the Tax Sale. John V. L. Priiyn, Joseph der,or t the said Bill will be taken for confessed a- Hicks deceaed. -
Moses H.
Colector'3 FrcJ. Whitlese)'. Grinnrll, g-unst them. One tract is in Calhoun county, on the
E. Apalaeli.
A. MAXWELL
concurl tnt testimony: of sacred and profane virtue of in me by law, I Charles Ely Wm. J. Bunker, ,
BY power \csh'd : iml it it further Ordered, Tint publication of [ cola River, a %hew miles below Bloant's Town,and
history in their hands, nothing but madness shal expose for sale.btfore the t Court House at John C. Cruder" Emnene Dltih? ATTORNEY: ATLL L\W this Order be made in some newspaper published at contains nearly 2000 acies uf1Land. It is fsuppcsn]

I can be pleaded! in extenuation of such fojly:- Qlin! ) in the County of Gadsden, on the Slcon.. Walter Joy, Francis: Lalhrop, IT/I attend all the Courts of the Middle, Cir- Tallahassee once week lor thespaceof tour months. that there are from three to four hundred acres'

It is worse than blindness! then, to shut ourt3ytl MonJay in April next, the following described Ihe State pro and' .\lfretel. J. O. 'hatcoN. > T cuit. fjgOilice over S F. Burne-v's Store. THOMAS; BALTZELL, Judge. pine land, from five to six hundred acres of lad:

to the The of Aohi.! IWI't '.lr so much thereof as wi 1M) and the JOSEPH: n. COLLINS, President. TallahasseeOct. 27, .IS'J.? 42u ttrue cony-Attest, mock, and from 1 KX> to 1200 acres of the rith ,t
maler. progress County Tax due thereon for year ISt ISAACBUT Rtrtary. ____ __ C. G. FIFE, Clerk. cane-brake or river-mud low grounds. 400 acrei
lion must I Ic stopped, or our freedom of con. nercs iry expenses incident thereto to wi: B.urr, Co", liT. H. BRADFORD Nov..mhprP.I"lfl.) 41 4m ,,r thereabouts are now open fur, cnltintion. '
bCience will soon be but a name: and the next Six hiindied and forty acres of l Ijing on J: R. GAMBLE, Ag't., Talah see. The" mlfytomenh consist of a dwel1ing.?ocse
Rock% purporting to belong to r..S. Catlin.ori January 19,1'v'iO. 2yciFtion ATTOftiUEY AT LAW In Leon Circuit Court.IN .
generation even, miy see the Uiblc condemn. Crtf.k. Tax aforesaid. with fonr rooms some twelve or fourteen evrileotnegro
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much. thereof as wila'he' Tallahassee, florida. CIIA CERY. cabins, a star mil and fixtures, and other
brcanse nun, in his wisdom; pronouncestlaverya 0. McLEAN, GINS
.
1, ; fyul sin. We say that freedom; of Tax Collector for Gadsden: County. [ April 2r, 1S5U. 15 James M. Hunter Hunter Administrator deceased of Archibald R. S. The i fce
conscience may: soon bo denied us, it is evens Oetaber 12.1S.V 1 ). -10 Cm JESSE II. WATSON W. G. H. DAVIS, ,:!. vided into tour shifts. There u one Geld of 120a-

'. Pt'rs.'ruiol: consists not al"nc I't ATTORNEY! AT LAW William Hurrey and others, creditors of said estate cre nrtvv in upr: cane of fine, Injoriant growth,
10\\ .
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Tax Collector's Sale.PY tIN :i v x rr.v CT UE K:n,
within the
the of the the ol ppearifl.lu the satisfaction of the CInrt, planted mostly present and last year.-
torture body or imprisonment by
i vested in me by law, I II Palmyra Lee Georgia HAS taken 11,1, hia'lode at T.ilbhas-, and will IT The purchaser might safely calculate on
the Insult and scorn in words virtue of the power County c in the Courts of the Middle District I affidavit, that William Burney, Leonida Willey. making
person. ant )1 for saU, before the Court House at Clark" hornas Hardi'eand from SOO to 1200 barrels ot srnp from the rJlOOQ
shall McClure. and 1 J.
expose inform his friends and the Henry Mary .
gene .uid ot Franklin aid) Jackson .
the mind freedom Counties.Mjrch
act, deny to thoughts, secondMonday WOULD jlUc in this field another Cotton Tobacco
Gad !hen. on the year. and
in the of +- '
Q-nacy, County that coutiniip; the abive :, Simon Taj lor.Defendants in the above ra hp )
btinl':1hio 9), IS. i 9
and he who is condemned to insults! for his of April next,the fullow in? described pro. Old stand, bore he will be happy to supply then (. the limits nf the State of Florida but Corn can also be cultivated rr.j'f snccesfuHy.Competent .
.! endure *> imi'-h' thereof will pay the state and within the limits of the United Stales j judges 1 pronounce this to be the best
opinions may (pt-rsscutioti C\-CI greater jK rty ur \ with! a firt/ rate artre.9 an evidence of the McGUEEN McINTOSH, :
Taxes dma thereon from 1SJ" lo I.t inclusive It ts Order,,!, That said Defendants and tract of Land on- the Apalachicola River Person
than he body istmturcd. County of his work, state that out of the appear
"IJose I thereto quality ATTORNEY 1 AT LAW .! >"riiig more nitormafio:* are referred to Hcdboo
incident to e :
How then is this evil to be removed 11 ?- and the necessary expenses large ;number sold by him the past year, notonc has an-wrr the Bill tiled! in this cause, on or before the
Muse, of Quincy' Kev. Jee Co ,Jackson !
/ wit : failed to give perf'.cf atisflcliun-anrl a" reference (TT7"ILL attend the Circuit Court' in the Eastern first Monday in February next, otherwise the Complainant's conn-
Ilv are we to the mouths\ or palsy! th of land, in woul V ty, near Ochesee, Rott. S. Hardaway, Colombo,
Gadsden
stop Two hln.1rel and forty ares give the of :ny one who h of his J Ciicuit; the United Slates DUttict Court atct. iJill: shall be taken pro confrsio: Prodded -
1 hands of those \\ho persecute? us ? We know County, purporting to belong to Robert Jirnerson 01so Gins in u. 11!is amt intending to .nlar ehiselabluhtnent : Angu-tine ; the Supreme Court at Tallahassee ; A copy of this Order bepubli.-hed unce week : Ga., James Drnmmond, on the premises the sob-

no cure for religious nudncs*, the world hasnever much thereof as will pay Ihe Taxas aforesaid, ly- ronsidvrab'y' I h\'ear"" by which: meani' he will i and prosecute Cl.iims lorcituens in any put of Flllr- for four months pr ceding the said first :Monday in scriber, near Diamond Grove Brunswick,Ta.

I discovered a remedy fur (aaticistn.4 .- in !Flat Creek. 1 IlRil 1 O. McLE \.V. be enabled t" till orders (which last year he',va'in. ida against the Government, at Washington, either February next t. in some newspaper printed and pt.b- Theoher! tract of Land is in Gadsden county.!)
j ; Tax Gadsden. County. able to do) with Gin, il possible, superior I li any ever before Cnriirress or at I the Departments.05Address liihed in the Middle Circuit of the State of Florida. miles s'ut h.ed't from l.ti nry,on I tlieTallahasseeroad,
But we can withdraw\ ourselves fton: its influ. \1 1ST1. 4) Crn East this r th Is50. ha'inVm. Jacksun's tract on the north, and! for-
OctobEr manufactured i in Snllhweter Georgia. I I.i :Iirik Jacksonville Florida. Given at Chamb*, September,
J "encc. If we cannot top the mouths of our that e"err' experience enables him to make a" August, If) IN;). 31 THOMAS BALTZELL, Judge.A roan & Muse's on southand contains SOOacrw.
WEIGHER. : The sea island Cotton finely on this Land.
COTTON grows
revilers, we stop our ears, and leave them CIT little better"article. IBrin I I true copy-Attest. .
can DR. WILLIAM H. Ttrm One-fourth of the will
BRADFORD purchase
IMWLIC COTTON" WEIGHER OSCAR A. :MYERS Clerk. money
ilR ,
to ]listen i to their own : We can do undersigned a pract icalinethanc.and withalderrmined
t ravings. have for the City ofTallahase, hvinzjust: returned that none but Gin ot ,the very fir.t clas shalbe( manufactured Office, first t Boor IVtat t of Judge Ualtzell's LONG, ARCHER, & CORLEY, be rt-qniied in cash, and a credit cf one, two and
politically what we llaptists already three ears will be given for the balance,the -
.' ; ., manufactured j purchaser
t from the Xorlh with lira piir of SaL in his*hop,h *ff els sa'cinjwarrant: jng t them I May 2", Is'iO.' 20 Solicitors for Complainant.
dOle as a religious body, that i is, agree to Ijmfed and certified !"/ Inspector of to operate to th satisfaction of the rmrcbatT.. Ur --- --- September: f" SO. 35 4m exfcutin? bonds withfipproed security,and

separate. It i i" plain that our common gov. Scalfs awl ll'eight of the .VVw York Customlluui will deliver them. free of charge to purchasers at t Pure Sulphate of Quinine. In Chancery. the bonds carrying interest.BURWELL B. WILKES,
medium which e, is now prepared, to received and weigh any their .
is the > plantations.All
through we are
crnment this Market. He will attend at subscribers have on hand two hundred and MIDDLE CIRCUIT; OF FLORIDA. Executor of Reuben B. Hicks, deceased.
Cation bro'i1it to THE
mad with his trave1tin.rrents,
now assailed, for the shaft can reach us in no engagements o'tnn-sof November 9, ISSO. 41 St
Sulphate Quininewhich the
limits llhCil *
the ol\
within CH\MBCKS '
ho Depot or at any place er orders to the Proprietor at Palmyra (hall be AT August 2! 1550.
other We exclude their books h&ve: obtained: diiect\ from the laaiinlacfiirers and
wajr. can at the Wtest notice. In conjunction with the promptly attended to. Bill for leave to tetl Land.

\ from our schools, their slanderous' papers from C-itlon writhing. he has a large yard n Ihe rear of Repairing: properly done in t the most durable I the will warrant it *o be a superior article. John P. Du al and AnnF. Duval, tl a/.,Complan'ts. To Planters.

: our tables, but' the acts of otir Me."rs. KI fl ICSEY and WILLIAMS' STORES wherehe manner. We hae enlarged our stock o. Drugs! and Medi- r*. THE undersigned have just received fbfi'r Fall
(.lmOI gov. will! receive COTTON: FOR WEIGHING OR ON He is aho Agent for the sale of Clnrnin i rii.es, by recent a/ihatsand i are prepared to execute The Heirs at Law of David M. Sheffield, deceased ct Plantation Goods, which they offer
_ eminent, which brand slavery as a curse, and SrOll\GE.: The subscriber's !lid attention and ((; '* &. Co.'s CAST IRON HORSE: POWER SU-!! orders lor articles incur line, at wholesale or retail whose names are unknown. for sale on accommodating terms, consisting wl

slave holders as tyrants remain to bring the ext>orience for the last three years at the Depot GAll MILLS in Georjia and FI. on the most accommodating term appearing to the inaction: of tlx Court that .I of the following:
Soulhwl"tft IT
bli'fch of shame to our cheek. The repeated) will, he.hopt; brin him the custom of the Planters Contracts can be made with my TraveUir 'rJa'l We have also a few accounts yet due to us forth t heiis at law of David M. Sheffield! deceased, Blankets-London, Daffil )facJona1aRd Gr j.

attacks upon slavery in the District of Columbia 1n.! Merchants generally. Olfice in the rear of Mr. Any information v\antedwith rezardto the co4 and ear I 1S10. They are generally in small araourts, do not reside in this State, but in the State ol Connecticut P/ain8-all wool and heavy.

the of the Wilmot Proviso in the l Kilk py's store, where subsciiber may be found at operation of these mills can hi obtained by adire.-u- but if the whole could be paid shortly, it would go : // M Ordered That the heirs at law of' Kerseys-Washinaton,striped and Georgia.Linsey .
passage all times. \\nz me at Palrmra, Lee CountyGeorgia. :: far towards liquidatiogceilain sums which ts e 0\\e. said David: M. Sheffield do appear and answer to the -fancy jdzidsand plain colors.
admission California, the approaching repeal CHARLES A. NT\SH, March 30ISOO. 12 ly* LEWIS & AMES. aid Bill Complaint, in this: case filed,within four Gotton osnabnrgs brown shirt ings, prints. fanmli!

ol the Fugitive Slave Hill I, are small matters City Cllo nVifScr.tI u_ ___ Juine8ISiO. 22 months from the date hereof: Jind ii further Ordrrt4 handkerchiels.shawls. negro- cap. !and wool halsand

In themselves. But when we consider Intlrfr '1 "'f.) I tlTi Dr. D. Jaynes' Family Medicines, ; Thatpy r I his; Order be published i ,once a lare srork of rns;eti,. HEIR t RUST. I
Dlacksmithing.1"'IJEUnd'f a week l for the space ot (four months, in some newspaper October 20, IboO. 42 I
that hut to end that his E Hair Tonic Al. _
means
an
they arc by Notice. pe.lornt, "
COMPRISING I !.;aed respect fully informs printed in the city of Tallahassee, State of
Hallm Tonic, --
them reckless politicians fpa:>Jr to the a;>pe.thes of Nash &. Taylor is this day dissolved Dye, Carminitive generally that, having Florida. Notice. ;

t of the agitatorB.they are full of evil omen. THE mutualCo frm nt. Those indebted will do us Vermilu'eSanative: I SHIELDS Pill", and Ague GOLDWIItr.PilKW ole by z 4,1/ 'emp1o fd a superior Horse Shoer, he is THOMAS BALTZELL, Judge.! SIX month date.application will be made to

The storm is a*!!iredy! approaching, and we the pleasure to settle as soon a possible. June 15, 23: ( & Quiniy, Fla. now !prepared to execute all work in that line in a A true copy-Attest. > Honorable Judge If Probate of Jcffcraon
M. NASH. 1"1. superior manner, and on usual terms OSCAR A. MYERS Clerk. County by the underpinned., Administrator rf Georg
shall be wise ii'we take shelter by ourselves.
: October 1, Ib50. J. L. TAYLOR. F. PAYNE. ISv HUGH ARCHER, Jr., D. C.01It Ellis, deceased, tate of said Cointy, for discharge
: i,f We cannot now doubt that the North is in Dr. s. I Dr.. Toxviiseiitl's Sands' Sursupariilu.da June ?!. l".,): 05 If .- :n. lVr>0. 3j 4m from said administratorship.

\' ;i earnest, that the agitators are in power there The business hereafter will be conducted under Dr. Wood's dt. CHARLES L. POWELL
Nptice. Holmes Circuit Court.
"i1 and there is no gaiety for them or for us, but the firm of NASH & CO who respectfully solicit Dr. Hull's do. Jefferson County October 26, tS O. 4? 6ca -

in our leaving lo them the field of contest. a lhare of t the patronae of the citizenj generally. Dr. Corn:tocks do. ,' rc, t the nndwigned. will make application to Richard Boyd, ) and for Sale
hand general assortmentof \ the next Legislature of the State of Florida, ts. > Bill for Divorce. Just Received ,
to keep on a Dr. CoiQslocU's Pain E\traelor.
expect
liven the of the North\ this They
safely requires charter (tor a- Plank Road from Ocala the Sarah
Good Medicines and such other articles as are For sale by SHIELDS & GOLD'.VIRH for a to Boyd ) I A BARRELS Family Roe Herring
course of us, for perchance when its connection head f Silver to the satisfaction of the Court that U .
of business. t appearing 1U "
in their 11"
generally kept tni June l.r, ')'jO. 23 II Jan Quinty, Fla. Sprirg.DAVID JT
with slavery shall cease and the North to October 5, IO. NVH &CO. pnO.IXCE.JNO. Sarah nO)d, the Defendant, resides beyond the jurisdiction 60 u Extra and Western Flour

Lp to us England is, a foreign nation, the Dr. "'(sOil iuff's Dysentery CotJial C. REARDOX ot this Court, and out of the State of 10 .. Whiskey,
a and New Stoves. Vcrmif', W. S. HARRIS Florida! : No. 1 and 2 Mackerel in quarters halves, and
't ttrife may cease reason resume her Parlor Mother's Friend and Liquid. Cathartic, C. A. M. MITCH EL, It is Ordered That tl>e said Sarah do appear, whole barrels,
throne. We deceive ourselves if we suppose JUST receiving from New York Cooking, Dr. Gordon's Antt. iIlioUi PilN. 11. A. CARTER, plead[ answeror demur toaaid Bill of Complaint A large lot of Soap to be solo low by toe box.
short secession will I Air Tight Stoves of the mot approved patters STEPHEN BRYAN, within three months, or aid Rill will be taken and abonl
I hat anything give us and latest Call and Examine them. Dr. lIastin Compound S nip Napthi} pro Also, a larze lot of heavy Dry Goods,
peace or put a stop to the progress of abolition. sUles. T. WHITE CO. Dr. L-ttle's Tonic [ illeu.'fonic Pills, and Vermifuge JOHN SCOTT confesw against slid Defendant : 15-30 worth of heavy Shoes, besides an extefl50*
I & Lucina Cotdial, S. G. BROWN, dud it itjurlher Ordered, That this notice be assortment of coarse Hats by
\e have lel1 brought to this concusion. not September tS'iO 37 I Ringworm and Tetter Ointment, French Al. turc, JO,:IA1I PAINE I published in some public newspaper printed in the October 26, 1S50. 42 S. S. KNIGHT-

by for we were never more THE TRUE MEDICINAL Dr. Spencer's Vegetable Pills and Hitlers. SIMEON HELVENSTON.Mrinn State for three months consecutively. An*. 5, 150. -

but by a cool and careful review of the comnienceinent Dr. Murph.y'sSujar Coated Anti-Fever Pils, Cnnntv. Sept, S, [-21] I Is.V). 313m GEORGE S. HAWKINS Tax Collector's Sale.
OIL --- -
and progress of the slavery agiia- COD LIVER Dr. Lcroy'n Vegetable Universal IMls Agency of Judge Western Circuit. virtue of the vested in me b1 la1l'.1
in the cure ot Scrofula, Consumption, Dr. Peters' Vegetable Pills September 29, 15,0.) 33 3m BY power 11
lion ; and ourfirm belief that it has taken so USEFUL DR. FITCH'S CELEBRATED MEDICINES.PULMONARY expose for sale, before the Court House
Asthma Bronchitis Co'i' lm,
Mitchell's Salve and iVatcr
Eye Thompson's second
Hnelmatim. Eye in the of Gadsden on tbe
1 dead hold the of the free Slates: Notice. Quincy, County ,
a upon mass i BALSAM. Pectoial
ar-d Luns. A Evpeclorant.
and all diseases of the Client supply Mofhtt's Phoenix Bitters and Life Pills, the described p -
that: it must list while they have any connection ol this valuable medicine U just recei'el. which is Dr. Rose' Cou h Syrup ,I JL Pulmonary Liniment, Pure and Medicinal Cud ALL persons, creditors,legatees, entilled to di:1- Monday of May much next thereof, following will the Stale and

with slavery ihrough union with the slave warranted pure, and of very superior quality.For Cenuiue Ston hton's (Sitters. The abovt well Liver Oil, Anl-Dyspej-tic:: / Mixture, Nervine Ver or otherwise interested in the estal!* ertyor Tax so due thereon for aa the pay ISoO, and the

Stales. This being our conviction, and know sate hy LEWIS & AMES, kiown and popular remedies for sale by I mifuge, Dopurative Syrup, Heart Corrector, Humor of William Woolen, late of Jefferson County Flor County incident therefo.to year wit :
May '5. 18:). ,20 TallahasseeFla. SHIELDS & GOLDWIRE.June Corrector Cou li and Cathartic Pills, Female Pills, ida, deceased, are hereby notified to exhibit their necessary expenses E.1Of&C.theNViSec2inT2R1North 21.
ing; that slavery is an institution that the outh J5, IS!O. 23 than Quinry.Fla. Female Specific fee., &c., used by him constantlyand claims and demands within two years from this date TheEot E or Sec 21. tbe.N and West,"

will never earrender, we Ice before us no New Goods. with unprecedented succeed in the treatment of to undersigned i or the same will be barred ; and Count
Gadsden
hope of peace in the future whilst the Union received from New York and New Orleans, Alcoholic Extract CaiitiahU; Indus Colds, Coughs Conumplion.sthma, Heart Diseases all persons indebted to said estate are requested to the Florida waters of Crooked bel Creek, in Fabian Arnistew.
to to
purporting
di. JUST or Liquid Adhesive Plaster Dyspepsia, Scrolula, Skin Diseases, Rheumatism make immediate payment. nr
lasts. With the opinion and feeling so 4'( barrels Flour, HUGH o. MCLEAN.
Philotoken, Nervine >i Female Complaints Piles,&c., &,c. JAMES R. TUCKER, Sheriffof
Goshen Butter
I veise, the North and South must seek peace 1 kegs Nos., 1 2 and 3 Nerve and Bone Liniment. For sale by Dr. Fitch's unequalled Patent Silver Plated Abdominal Jefferson County and ex Officio Adm'r. Tax Collector for Gadsden Countl.
bands ,
in agreement to separate, and the longer thl : Mdckrd. SHIELDS! & GOLDWIRS, Supporters; Dr. Fitch's Improved Patent Jefferson County,September 23, lb50. 39 3m -November--2, -iy>. 43 6m _

.. separation is delayed, the more do we hazard Onions Soap, Starch! potlnes, Pepper, June 15, J 1S50. 23 than qumincyjia. Steel Spring Shoulder Brace; Dr. Fitch's Silver Inhaling Notice. Jefferson County Tax Collector's SaI o''

the ribk lof a fierce and bloody war. For Spices, Hams, Lard, New Goods. Tub virtue of authority vested in niebYiaW.15l3 I Iexpose IJ
this separation we believe our denomination Half pipe French Brandy SIX months from date the undersigned.Executor BY for sale, before the Court Hunseawr," '
Their of Monongahela Whiskey, Gin, OPENING a large and carefully selected skck of DR. FITCH'S CELEBRATED SIX LECTURESon the last will and testament of Uz Williams, Mont icello, Jefferson Connty on the first M00 1*!ii
I is read independant system Salt, Rope and flagging&c.;i L'ritania, and! Bright Metal 'l Church government naturally leads to a reli. ALSO nead '.made Clothing, consisting in part of Tea and Coffee Pots, French Diseases of the Heart, &.c.an.l on the method of Judge of Probate of said County for a final discharge and East. or so much thereof as will pay and san l1!

ance upon the home political\ government, Fine Dress Cost and Pant. Coflee Filtcrers. Pitchers, Candle Sticks of 'different preserving Health and Beauty to an old ?;e. This i and settlement up from said estate. Maria Talifaro's double Taxes due the SW ***'

and having for the sake of peace, severed our Over Coats, Vests, Shirs.i ,, qualities Jelly Moulds Glass Lanterns, Cake Bises, book should be in er ry family. To the Consumptive SAMUEL WOODBURY Executor. i County amounting to $15 84,besides costs and char
.I connections with the non-slave hold. i ALSOanew and general assortment of Dry Good, Cannibterg, and variety of other ailicles which it points out the only I reasonable hope for relief. Gad-sden Countv,September 21. lvV. 37 fim ges. Said Lands are si'uated! in the said Connij w
t religious Hardware, &c. FW sale low. they offer for sale on reasonable terms. To mothers' the directions it gives for I he care and Jefferson and known the Barboor Hill Tract.
Notice. as
e Jng States, we are not prepared to hold our GEORGE H. BEST WICK. Also on hand a full and extensive stock of Tin education children are invaluable. 78,000 copies JOHN WOOTEN,

political rights a dearer than those of the October 213.* 1650. 42Provisions. Ware of every description manufactured by of this book have passed through the press, and the S IX months after date, the undersigned Administrators Tax Collector for Jefferson CountJ-

Church. Freedom conscience is the birthright good workmen,and at fair prices. sale continues' unabated. For sale by S. S. Fitch & of the late Robert Fisher will present November 8.1 S50. 43 fL _.-
of the have Lead Pipe Sheet Lead Copper, Zinc, and Cistern Co., Broadway, New York and by their final account and vouchers to the Judge of Leon _
.1 ; Haptist.Ve never persecuted CASKS Bacon Sides, 1 do Shoulders, Pumps for sale. Tin Roofing, Guttering, and Job SHIELDS & GOLD WIRE, Probate Courtand a3k for a discharge from said es- Jefferson County Tax Collector's SaleBY -

others, and will submit to persecution 8 1 Cask sugar-cured Hams, Work executed faithfully and with\ dC' ralcb. i Quincy Florida. tate. virtue of authority vested in meby law.'sb '

} from none. 10 Pork. T. WHITE & CO.I I fjcj- Dr. Fitch's Guide to Invalids, "r Directions to R W. FI lIER, > A-1 expose for sde before the Court H n47rSMonticello ;

20 Darrdsless Flour, September 21, ISSQ. 37 if pf"rsonsliiin ; Dr. Fitch'sRemedies.to be hadgraft, W. 1:. FISHER, < rs. ,Jefferson County,on the first J'01'

4 A Stampede. kegs Leaf Lard, Notice. of all his Agents. July 20. 1G 50. 23 fin February next, the West i of Section 7, > *'

The people of this District"being excluded :barrels Rectified Whiskey. June l IS, IS:). 2J tlJan Notice. ship l.ol Range 5.North and East, or so mm* Tait thCi&of |

,to In the common from Schooner W. R. Pcttcs, and for pale TIlE mhscriber having fitted up the TANERY as will pay and satisfy W. H. Armistead's
Landing
all property
from participation McNAUGHT ORMOND. this place known as Baker's Tankard has SHIELDS & GOLD WIRE SIX months after date, we shall apply to the doe the State and County, amounting to S5 3'b'sides
of ihe United !, by a recent Act of Con. by Newport. October 19. I ;5o. & 41 now on hand and will keep all kinds of LBATHEK HAVE just received a laKe; and general assort Judge of Probate in and tor Denton costs and charges. Said Lands are ,ituate

pres, have wisely determined to compel all 1 'for sale ; and will have: fine BOOTS and SHOES of Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, County,for a discharge from any further adminiitra-I the said County of Jefferson. .

"l, t frt-c colored persons lo emigrate to their breth.\ Sight Exchange made to order. lie has on hand a superior Article of Paints, Oils, and Dye Stuffs, which they will *eU I te don the estate of Charles Laingdeceasedlate of JOHN WOO1V'Tax
doubled-soled' NEGRO SHOES. He would here the reasonable for cash Benton South Florida. ConDtT
return on must terms or approved County Collector for Jefferson
ren of the North. We understand 700 have I II O NEW YORK SA V.oNNAl. and MACON his thanks to the citizens of Gad dea and the credit. Persons wishing genuine unadulterated medicines : C. T. JENKINS,1 November 2. 1S50. 43Figured .._.-
lately left here for New York, Philadelphia i iJ for sale, iu sums to : adjoining Counties for their past patronag., and saf will do well to call and examine their stock J. B. ALLEN 'jAdmri.

and Boston, and about 800 more are making i THOMAS J. PERKINS to them that he waU continue to manufacture Leather before purchasing elsewhere. June 2'2, t!SO. 2-1 fim An Entire Stock of New GOO'

.1 J to remove soon the ensuing I I Ii October 12, lSO. 40 Agent Marine Hank. Hoots and Slices at his old stand i id Gad.Jen Quincy, June 15,1S59. 23 tlJan & RUST have just received
I preparations a a Notice.
County, near Qnincy. lie will tie glad at all tines HEIR of ""
i Legislature adjourns, unless they succeed in Notice. to exchange any of the above articles for Ojk Bark, Notice. ""ft 1TILLbesoId at public outcry at consisting 9oe of, a large.assortment

\ I I a their petition 10 that body to be recognized as creditors, legatees and persons entitled to Hides crippled negro boys or his own paper. S IX months after date, the undersigned will make rWfety a._ ,)!] (* VV Columbus, Columbia ounty"Flouda Figured Lacbine, Broche Poplins

t State prolcr1' receiving euport and protection ALL in the estate of John M. Brooks, CO-: Good Boot and Shoe makers, of steady habits, application to the Court of Probate of Leon gfcrJV Jjd on the first Monday in Jan. Jenny Lied Silks, Brebacts.Venitian .

in consideration of their services the public late of Jefferson County, deceased, are hereby nol. can have employment. County far letters of dismission as administrator of nary iittsirtbe well known steamer GLASGOW.This .- Figured Cashmeres, Silks
::1 that their claims and demand will be W. II. Mc 1\LLAN.\ I he estate ot Joseph W. Ll'a. deceased. Boat has been running theSuwannee for the' Brocade figured Silks, Lustres,

.,,. works. North led expiiation of I wo years 'from this date, unless th. Tallahassee, February, ISM. 4 : ly JOHN McDOUGALL Adm'r. last two years, draws 17 inches light'and 2 feet 6 Pain De Lame, Printed e.
in L5iflSPeruvian
We would advise every District same are exhibited to the subscriber; and all person November 2, 1S"o. 43 6m inches when loaded, and w ill carry from three to five Champ'l Lyooese Cloth, BLIC and col.'d Do "

Carolina adopt eimiliar measures, a theGuinea who have any demands against Mid deceased are Notice. | Notice. hundred bales of Cotton Her Engines and Boilersare I Silks, Embroidered CShfl!

population, deprived of all outlut by hereby notified to present them vithout delay ,and I.L persons having demands against t tic estate of of excellent workmanship and in good condition. Glace Silks, Washington Si1ks.Iut10"
If: :, this Act will soon supplant the whites those indebted to said deceased are now called uponto A1 Jesse Willis, late of Leon Countyjdeceased SIX months after date, application will be made Her timbers are sound, and with a moderate outlay Satin de Chine, Dolled Swiss
-t very mak immediate payment to will present them lo the undersigned the time the lion. Judge of Probate for Leon Countyfor for repair of Wheel Hoti-es, etc., she could be madeto Armun Silks, i Figured Cap Lace. '
unless they are sent -thereby riding our. TAYLOR. Sen., Adm'r. the this letters of dismi i on from the estate of Thomas answer a good purpose for a tow boat or for transpoitation Black Grode Rhine, Plain and figureJB'
by statute.or t notice
1. f selves of one great nuisance in the way of free Jefferson County JOSHUA ISOO. 42 3m prescribed in bar of their wflbe' plead White,deceased, late of said County. of freight on any of the Gulf rivers. In Florence and Oil Silks, Black de Chin

LeJ\ us try and oblige, the Northern ) JOHN recovery.R. CRUMP, Qualified ecutor. SAMUEL C. WHITE, Administrator. the hands of an enterprising individual or company :3O pe fancy bon't Ribbon, 20 Lace Cape 'ins.
negroes. Ed'g
lei send COMPANY May 18. 1850. 19 Cm she can doubtless be made a profitable concern. 73 needle-work Collars, 2.S pe thre.d
I II they want negroes us ETNA INSURANCE October 2G, 1600. 42 a do
fanatic. For further pailicularr, please euquire of Capt. Cuffs 50 wove
i 20 pe
pr Ua
e<h.- ,
4 \ them these, the most worthless upon HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT. J Carpeting, dec. DANIEL BELL, on board or to D. PERKINS Ladies Cravats,Kid Glow, Linen Cambric*&<&

I Then If they want more we will endeavor to "nUILDINGS, Stocks, and Cotton in Ware-bouse Guns. i| p' ROLES two and three ply Carpeting, Wool SMITH, Esq., Columbus. kerchiefs,Barege,Silk,De Lame and woi eD,
_ lima lime fools JJ insured by fife. opening 6 two barrel ) 10 hnadsioine Hearth: Terms made known of sale. articles too rum0ss
: accommodate them from to as agains los NOW Purcusion. Patent t Rugs, on day with a variety of fancy ;wlU' Cfl
.; shall cause to emancipate their LIW1S.kAMES.. Guns. 3 do do do !' Buys 2 pieces Green Baize Carpeting, for sale by BY ORDER or THE STOCKHOLDERS. merate, which xre oft r low to a11W1O u
and dotards see January 20, IS50. 3 Talahibec. Guns. tOct.ia.lS50. 41)] C. C. BYID & CO. October 19, ISOO. 41 C. C. UVRD & CO. Cllumbus'o1, Oct. 1850. 40 Sentintl. see us. October 26, 1S50.1 -
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