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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: December 7, 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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: SENATE \\1\| Bill to be entitled, An act to change: .the name of Francis St Wiiich'-was.read; the first time, and ordered to a. second reading I leave to introJuce a bill to be entitled': ::t;'i i r' ;/'

Johns; O:1'tr uttirro w. section of an act, approved on the 27th day of December, A., D. ,
SATURDAto''t'mher 30, 1850. Was road the second time and ordered to be engrossed foVa third Pursuant to previous notice, Mr. Baldwin introduced a bill to be 1 S 19- and entitJn._. _act to reestablish the.Rccord3 of the County ".r l'i: ;.. t r
reading on Monday next entitled, An act amendatory of the several acts in relation to Exe of Jackson, and for other purposes." "" '.. '
;. The Senate met pursuant to adjournment. The following essago was received from the House of Representatives cutions; Mr. Brown of Columbia, gave notice that: lie would on a future I& i.rt ; i
1; The Rcv- Mn Pratt officiated as Chaplain. and read: Which was read the first time, and ordered to a second reading day, ak leave to introduce a bill to bo entitled, .i t tact to separate. 1 '1;
i A quorum being present, the proceedings of yesterday were read i\ HOUSE or RcrKESEXTATivr.s!, Xov. 30, 1850.: on to-morrow. the offices of Sheriff, Collector and Assessor of'faxes in the County, tr ;
; and approved.Mr lIon. President of l the Scna'e' : :3Ir.: Forward gave notice that ha would, on some future day, introduce of Columbia. .! r,'
: !Baldwin moved that a Committee of three be appointed on Sir The House have unanimously adopted the Senate: Preambleaid : a bill to b : lie part of the! Senate, to act with a similar: Committee on the part of Resolutions in relation to the welcome to Mr. Edmund LaFaycte in Chancery in certain cases; leave to introduce a bill to ba entitled, An act for the relief of George ;. .{ ', .
the House I of Representatives to draft Rules for the regulation of with the following amendment, to-wit: Also, a bill to ba entitled, An act prescribing Instructions to Commissioners M. Hamilton; f'r

.. Aj{fffo bodies during the present session : strike out the word "freedom" in the first section, and insert executing Commissions to Take Testimony in Courts of Which was read the first time, and ordered for a second reading i',.'. "
Which{ was carried ; and !Messrs.\ Baldwin, Forward and Avcry lospitalities." Law and Equity ; I tomorrow.Pursuant. .
vise appointed said 1 Committee. [In which amendment tho concurrence of the Senate: is respectfully; Also, a bill to he entitled. An act Regulating Service of Processin to previous notice, Mr. Buddington introduced a'bill to ;' .I.. It 1!'
Pursuant to previous; ce, Mr. Avery introduced a hill to beentiilfi rcflucsted.. 'Respectfull.r, Suits at Law aainst1)3'nt Defendants ; be entitled, An acts in addition to the acts:= now in force in relation ', ito
r l'' :i!' to amend the act incorporating the city of Pensacola, "". II. :MILTQJ: Also, a bill to be entitled, An act authorizing Judges of Probate crimes and misdemeanors ; :'1'': 1 r'
March .,,';d, 1830}; Clerlt House to set Dower. Which ,
: app!roved of Rcprcscnlafvcs.Tne apart was read,the first time, and! ordered for a second reading I
: Which was read the first tin*, and ordered to a second reading amendment therein contained was concurred in. Mr. Budding presented the Memorial of Lewis Fleming, of tomorrow.'r' f \,
, n.t\,Monday! : next. The preamble and resolutions relative to disadvantages: suTeredby Duval County, relative: to Territorial Scrip; :Mr. Baldwin, from tho Committee Engrossed Bills, presented ': 1i. i
AIr..iver ry cave notice that ho would at a future day ask leave to titizens of South Florida, Which was read and on motion of 3Ir. Buddington, referred to the following report; .! )
!-j-itraiuce( a bill to be entitled, An act to provide' for the establish- Were read a second time, and ordered to be engrossed for atUrd. the Committee on Claims and Accounts. The Committee on Engrossed Bills beg leave to Report as cor-, "t I
meat of: t\\'o :Seminiries; : learning; also, reading on Monday next Mr. Baldwin presented tho Petition of sundry Citizens of Dado recd v engrossed the following bills, viz: .'- t'.
A bill to be entitled, An act to provide new modes of investing Engrossed bill to be entitled, An act to empower Henry B. Davis, County, relative to Internal Improvements ia said County; Auill to be entitled, An act to abolish the tenth clause of the, ;.. '
t tap School Fund prescribing the time at which the first distribution a minor, to assume the management: of l his own estate, Which, was read, and on motion of 31 r. Baldwin, referred to the sixth article of the Constitution of this State ; f r., .
of the interest of the School Fund shall be made, and for increasing : Was read the third time: 0:1 the question of its passage, the yeas Committee on Internal Improvements.Mr. !' A bill to be entitled, An;act to legitimate John Robert Geiger; 1 .
Kid: Fund from the State Treasury. and nays were, : Forward presented the Memorial of Daniel P. Judson, relative A bill to be entitled, An act to amend the act incorporating the f '
Jr.[ Johnson gave notice that he would, at some future day, ask Yeas-Mr. President, :Messrs.: A'\"crrown, of Columbia: Bud- to Scrip issued by the Territory of Honda; city of Pensacola, approved the 2d March, 1S39.
loaroto: introduce a bill to be entitled, An act to repeal an act entjMAnact dine on, Crawford, Finley, Ghent, Johnson, Maxwell: McMillan: W.'iici! was read, and on motion of )Ir. Forward, referred to the JOHN BALDWIN, Chairman.
: to improve the navigation of the Suwannee River; Perry, Smith and Stewart-13. Conmitae! on Claims and. Accounts.Mr. Which was read. 1\ .
al 1::0, :r\nJ6-\r.: Brown, of lIilhhorou, -1. Il-rry prasented the Petition; of Joel B. Smith, late Tax-Assessor Mr. Baldwin presented the following Report: '"
A bill to be c:1titlen act to change: the name of Roxiana So said bill passed. Title'as stited. aid Collector for the County: of Alachua ; The joint select Committee on the part of the Senate, appointed a. .
Jones to Roxiaua Wheeler. Ordered, that the same be certified to the IIouso. Which was: read, and on motion referred to a select committee of to draft joint rules for the government of both Houses, report the .
Pursuant: to previous notice, :Mr. Maxwell\ introduced the followingbill A bill to be entitled, An act to change the name of Elizabeth three. Messrs. Perry, Forward: and Stewart: were appointed said joint rules of the last seession without amendment, and that 75 cop ",,-
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to-wit : :M'Caskill ; committc1.' ies be printed. :_
A bill to be entitled, An act to authorize William Henry Van Was read the second time, and ordered to be engrossed for( a Mr. Forward introduced tae following Resolution: Which was read and laid on the table. #
Horn: a minor, to assume the( management of his own estate, and to third reading Monday next.A Reeled, That the Sergeant-at-Arms bo authorized! to purchase: Mr.} Smith presented the following Report: "P ;
contract and be contracted with ; bill to be entitled, An act to Punish Cheats and Faho Pretences one; dozei of suitable chairs for the! use of the Senate; The Select Committee, to whom was referred the petition of sundry -
Which was read the first tune, and ordered to a second readingon ; \rhichwas read the first time, and on motion rrll the second citizens of the County of Columbia, and also the petition of ,.' ,,f'
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Monday next. Was read the second time, and on motion,was referred the Judiciary and ihirdtimcs, and passed.Mr. sundry citizens of the County of Hamilton, praying the General 4; 'r:
Pursuant; to previous notice, Mr. Baldwin introduced the following Committee< and 75 copies ordered to be printed. Badwin, frost: th3! Co.nmittse on: Engrossed: Bills, presentedthe Assembly not to employ Chaplains, &c., beg leave to c '
bill to-wit : The following communication was received from the -Ilonse: of foiloving report: REPORT: :
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A bill to be entitled, An act to establish the Fees of Notaries Public Representatives, and on motion of Mr. Forward, the rub was waited Tha C 4n-nttee 0:1: Engrossed Bills, beg leave to report as correctly That they have. had the same under consideration, and feeling a f. .
in certain: cases; and the communication read : Engrossed: : tae following Bills, viz: deep sense: of our.reliance on an overruling Providence for I'
Which was read the first time, and ordered to a second reading IIor E or nJI'Rr."r.XT.\Tln; :=, A bill h b? entitlo.l i An act to alter and change tae nam3: of as well as individual: prosperity ; therefore your Committee, public while "-

on Monday next November 30, l&5'v: ). 5 Elizaabeth: McCaskill; they ibprecate a. Union of Church and State, .
or
Pursuant to previous notice, Mr. Crawford introduced a l bill l to Ito President o f the Senile: A bill' t> be cItitld:1: act to chan J the nun of Francis St. like discrimination by the Government !between the various any Christian thing ;.

be entitled, An act to correct an- error in the act entitled, An f'ir-The House: have this day adopted the enclosed Resolution Johns; denominations as much :as the said petitioners, and while .. .
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act to change tho Southern Boundary; of Leon County, puoactl nt relative to the compensation for milage and attendance of Joel L. Also-Ireamlib: and Resolutions! rlitive to Caned Admiralty.. ready to acknowledge the right of petition;; to the citizens, and are
the last session of the General Assembly of this Stale, and approved Lockhcart I/ JNO. P. YLDWIN, Chl: rmrm. ious to pay all possible respect to the said petitioners anx.
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January: : G'Ji. lb-19 ; In which the concurrence of the Senate is respectfully solicited. The folpwing message: was received from the House of Representatives : upon mature reflection, beg leave to(say, that they they see nevertheless tho ::
Which was read the first lime, and ordered to a second reading Respectfully, : ': greatest propriety in all deliberative assemblies! invoking the aid of ''
an Thursday next \\'. II. MILTON, Clk.! Ho. Rep.Mr. Hou.E OF RKMIUSSVTATIVKS. December! 2,1S5D.: : the Most High; iu the performance: of public duty. l ,".
rusumt'tt: > prr'ious notice, Baldwin introduced a bill to be : Forwerd moved that the rile l b? waived, and the House Resolution Jhmrabli President of the Xwifc : D. J. SMITH: Clk #
entitled, An act to legitimate: John Robert Geiger; ; relative to the jwr-diem and mileage of Joel L. Lockheart, bo Sur:- rue house has concurred in the Senate amendments iti the Which was read and concurred in. rrnan.
Which was read the: first time, and ordered:> a second readingon i read ; resolution reference to the per diem and mileage of Joel l L. Lock. 'it !
Monday next. I Which motion prevailed, and said Resolution was read tho first hart I j ORDERS OF THE DAY. ::1' ;J

Mr. (;bet gave notice that he would, at snore future day ask time.Mr. ; Respectfully, A bill to be entitled, An act to authorize Hiram Roberts, a minor i;#I f s
lace t.., introduce a bill to t be entitled, An act to appoint Five Commissioners Smith offered ti3! following amendment: "'. il. MILTOX;, of Jackson County. to assume the management! of I his:: own estate z '
to locate and make permanent the Comity bite: Walton In the 8th line strike out, after the word "of," the words "111n<.'1..:- i i Cleric House of Ilejmsentalices. and. to contract and ba contracted with, 'J.J:' ,
County, and for other purposes.( three," aftd'! the words "sixty-eight" inserted therefor: Which Pas read.: Was read the second time, and on motion referred to the Judicia V 1
Pursaaat: to notice previously w"enIr.. Fiulcy introduced a bill In the tenth line, strike out fccventy-five," and insert fifty" in The fl( wing message was received from the House of Representatives Committee."' i
in 1w entitled: An act to amend the eleventh Clause of the Fifth lien thereof.. : ; A bill to be entitled, An act to change the name of Roxanna i J
Articli' of the Constitution of this State, and also to amend an act Wliieh motion was carried, and the resolution read a second and Horsn OF REPRF. CXT\TI\"ES, December 2, 1S50.Ifon'jrajlt : Jones, ,
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nmcadatory of the Twelfth Clause of the Fifth Article of the Con- third time, as amended ; and on the question: : of its adoption, the yeas President of the tiena'c: Was read the second time, and ordered to 1)3 Engrossed for a ..
sa'taann; : of this :State; and a<''oped by the third and fourth General and nays were called, and were : Siu :- llcssrs. Milton and Hopkins have been appointed a Committee third reading to-morrow. :, _,
As,lilies: so as to give the Election of the Judges to the People, ; Yeas-:Messrs. Awry, Baldwin, Brown of Columbia, Brown of on the part: of the House, to act with a similar Committee on A bill to be entitled, An act repeal an act to improve the Navigation J ';' ,
Which was rend the first, second and third times, as of to-day. Ilillsborough, Budilhiifton, Crawford, Finley, Forward, Ghent, th part Ou motion of Mr. Forward said: bill was laid on the table, and Maxwell, McMillan, Perry, Smith, Stewart-1-1. to tluresolution previously adopted by the General Assembly. Was read the second time, and on motion referred to the Committee -"" t 1-,..t... .tI
:Mr.\ President and :Mr. Johnson- ju." .cct ruiiv, Internal ;
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wvpay-sive: copies ordered to be printed. Nays- i "l "' on Improvements. :' '. '
Pursuant to previous notice, Mr. Smith introduced a bill to bo cu- Said resolution was adopted. Ordered that .tKo same: be Ct>o':':c,1 II. MILTON, A bill to JMJ entitled An act amendatory of- the -P"-PI'-.-.... acts m r relation 4 _g .JI
titl -iJ 1, \n act( to abolish the Tenth Clause of tin* Sixth Article of the to the House. Clerk House of Representatives.WLih to Executions, :: ..,.
Constitution of thi< State; :\Maxwell:\ moved that the rule be waived, and Lc be granted ms read. Was read the second time, and on motion referred to the Committee
Which was read the brat, second and third times, as today, and: leave of absence until Thursday nest. :3Ir. finliy: moved that a Committee of two be appointed by the on the Judiciary 7' .
Which motion carried. Seiiite, to at with a Committee on th' of the! House of Representatives A bill to b entitled
ordfd! < for a second reading on Monday next was part >j An act in relation to Pilotige for the of ,
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M f. McMillan, ; presented! the petition i of the Board of County Comubioiiers On motion of :Mr.[ Finley, the Senate adjourned until :Monday t b wait on :3Ir. Edmund Lafaytte, in accordance: with the Key West, n., ".
: of Santa Itoaa County, praying an adjustment of the di- next, 11 o'clock, A. )!. Resolution: Deviously adopted by the General Assembly; Was read the second time, and on motion referred to the Committee j.. .:
vrJi:2:: line betweenlalton and :Santa Rosa Counties; \Tliieh notion prevailed: and JI ssrs. Fialoy and Johnson were on the Judiciary.A :
\\'11 "h was read and referred to a select Committee of three, said IXD.Deccmht'r 2, 1S59.:; appointed sid Committee. bill to he ertided: An act to amend an act entitled, An : 1 ,
Committee to consist:: of Messrs. !McMillan\ : (;pent and Brown, of Tate: Senate m?t pursuant to adjournment ORDERS OF THE D.\Y. concerning practicioaers Medicine: iu this State: approved 10th lct'k.' I
IlilUb.:trough.; The llev. Mr. Pratt o'liciateJ' as Chaplain.A February, 1&31, r.
Mr. Forward presented the petition of Elias: B. Gould, praying quorum bring p.vs: at, the proceedings of Saturday: were read Ere osd bill to be entitled, An act to change the name of Francis Was read the second time, and on motion referred to the '.. '

paym<*nt of Territorial Wurraut ; .. and approved.Pursuant; ; fct John, ry Committee. :'
\I'hirh was read, and on motion referred- to the Committee on to previous notice, :Mr.\ Avery: intro laseJ a bill to b? entitled : Was .eacthe third time, and on the question of its passage, the Engrossed bill to be entitled, An act to legitimate John Jndicia'r''r' .. '"
Cbims and Accounts.Mr. An ast to p oaJe naw m )Jis of investing! th3 Sch, il l Fund: yeas aid nors were, Geiger, --
Baldwin presented tho petition of Edwin V. Page, formerly prescribing: the tim at which: th,j first Jistrih Iti.Jl: of the Interest of Yeas--Jk President, 3Iesi5rs. Avery, Baldwin, Brown of Co- Was read the third time ; on the question of its passage, the i'i''t t .
Sheriff of Monroe County, relative to an account for keeping prisoners the School Fund shall bi made: ; and also for increasing; said Fund lumhia,Uu ngtoll, Crawford, Finley, ,!Ghent, Johnson, 3lc31illan. : and nays were!: yeas :r' L
; from the State Treasury ; :MoselePtrry: | Smith. Stewart-11. Yeas-Mr. President, Messrs. Austin, Avery, Baldwin, Brown of !-', :":
Which was read: and on motion referred to the Committee on Which was read the first: tim(?. Nays-nine.: : Columbia; Budding, Crawford: Finley, Johnson, 3IoMillan, ;:: -
On motion of Mr. said bill! read the second tim and Said 111 passed. Title as stated. j
Claims and Accounts.Mr. Area, was Moseley, Perry, Smith, Stewart, TaJlor-l. ,
Baldwin, from the Committee on Engrossed: Bills, made the referred to the Committee on Schools and Colleges, and "75 copies OrdeiJ that the same: be certified to the House. Nays-None. "
following report: ordered to be printed.Mr. Engrf: ed bill to be entitled, An act to alter and change: the Said bill! passed. Title as stated. ; '. '
The Committee on Engrossed Bills, bg leave to report as correctly Buddington gave: notice that he would, on to-morrow some ,! Ordered that the same: be certified to the IIouse. '.
engrossed, day thereafter, ask leave to introduce a hill to }be. entitled. An act in l ; the question of its passage the yeas Engrossed bill to be entitled, An act to amend the act incorporat .
A bill to be entitled, An act to empower Henry B. Davis, a minor addition to the acts now in force in relation to Crimes; :t:1(1lhde.( :\ and nayswre, jug the city of Pensacola, approved :March\ 2nd, 1819, ,\
to assume the management of his own estate. meanors. Yeas 4r.! President, :3Iessrs. Avery, Baldwin, Brown of Columbia Was read the third time; on the question of its the .:.;
JOHN P. BALDWIN', Chairman.Mr. Mr. :McMillan\ gave notice that he would, on soma future diy, ask Bud 'ugton, Crawford, Finley, Forward, Ghent, Johnson, 3Ic- and nays were, passage yeas .. .
Maxwell, from the Judiciary Committee, made the followingr leave to introduce a bill to be entitled, An act for the relief of Geo.M. !Millan\ >'seley, Perry, Smith, Steward-15. Yeas-:":Mr. President, :Messrs.:\ Austin, Avery, Baldwin, Brown, of
r-' ..;.t : :\ Hamilton. Nays-pone. Columbia, Brown, of Hillsborongh, Buddington, Crawford, Finley! .- .,
hue Judiciary Committee, to idiom was referred the preamble and Mr. Brown, of Columbia: gave notice that! he would 1, on !so-no future Said; 11 passed. Title as stated. Forward, Johnson, Jlclillanlo.iele.r, Perry, Smith, Stewart and, 'f':
resolutions. relative to appeals' from the Southern District Court of day, ask leave to introduce a bill to be entitled, An act to extend i Order that the same l he certified to the House. Taylor-17. : ;_
the United States in Admiralty'Causes, ask leave to the time for the Assessment of Taxes. Engr ed preamble and resolutions relative to causes in Admi- XaJs-Xone. f: ;;. ,

REPORT: Pursuant to notice previously given, Mr. Finley introduced a bill rality, So said bill passed. Title as stated. Ordered that the same be I L 1, r
That they have! considered the same,and would advise that the word to be entitled, An act to authorize! Hiram Roberts, a minor, of Jackson Were ad the third time and passed. certified{ to the House. '
SlIut be strickeu'from the second line of the preamble, that the County, to assume the management of his own estate, and to Ordei that the same be certified to the House.A Engrossed bill to he entitled, An act to abolish the tenth clause ''."
word '. Court" in the sixth line he changed to "Courts," that the : contract and be contracted with; bill' be entitled, An act to amend the act, Incorporating the of the sixth Article of the Constitution of this State; : .f
words that District" in the seventh line l 1J o stricked out and the Which was read the first time, and ordered to a second reading city of 1 rsacolaapproved March 2nd, 1839; Was read the third time, and on motion laid on the table! until ,
words said: :;State"! submitted, and that the word "Court" in the to-morrow. Was td tho second time, and ordered to be engrossed for a thirp Thursday next. ", ,i

seventh' line of the first resolution be changed to Courts," and the Mr. Johnson, pursuant to previous notice, introduced) bill to be reading .morrow. The following message was received from the House of Representatives .
word Southern" in the eighth line to two," and the word Dis entitled, An act to repeal an act entitled, An act to improve the A bid be entitled, An act to establish the.fees of Notaries Pub which was read :

trict" in the sane line to "Districts. These changes are intendedto Navigation of the Suwannee River; lic in cum cases; House OF RF.PRESENTATIVES, December 3, 1850. \ ', f'
make the resolutions general, instead: of confining their application Which was read the first time, and ordered to a second reading Was ad the second time, and on motion of :3Ir. Smith, said bill Honorable President of tht Senate: ,,
to the Southern District. tomorrow.Mr. was ref ed to the Judiciary Committee, and 75 copies ordered to SIR:-3Iessrs. Finlay son and Bryant have been appointed a Com Jl ,
The Committee recommend the passage: of the resolutions with Johnson, pursuant to previous notice, introduced bill to be bo prin mittee on the part of the House, to act with the one appointed by :: !
those alterations. entitled, An act to change the name of Roxauna Jones to Roxanna A bi o be entitled, An act to legitimate John Robert Geiger; the Senate in reference to the office of Register, of Public Lands, so ; ", !
A. E. MAXWELL, Chairman. Wheeler ; Was :ad tho second time, and ordered to be engrossed for a far as relates to the accounts and acts. therein of the late incumbent.: '.
Which was received and concurred in. Which was read the first time, and ordered to a second reading third n1 ing to-morrow. Major John Beard. t :\. ; ,
Mr. Brown of Hillsborough, froraXlie Joint Committee to fix the tomorrow.Mr. A bijo be entitled, An act to abolish tho tenth clause of the Respectfully, t f_ 1
rate of compensation to be paid for the Printing of the present General Avery gave notice that he would, at a future day, ask leaveto sixth axle of the Constitution of this State; "". II. MILTON\ ;, ii u
Assembly, made the following report : introduce a bill to be entitled, An act to amend the twentieth section Wastod the first, second and third times, as of today, and ordered Clerk House Represcntatites. '.b:
The Joint Committee of the Senate aud House of Representatives, of the fifth article of tho Constitution, so as to allow the General tke engrossed for tomorrow.On Mr. Forward moved that the Secretary respectfully return the 1
appointed to fix the rate of compensation to he paid for the Printing Assembly to require the Justices of the Supreme Court, Chan. iiion r- of 3Ir. Baldwin, the Senate adjourned until 10 o'clock Resolution to the House of Representatives, calling thfr attention of ?''
of the. same during the present session of the General Assem- cellors, or the Judges of the Circuit Courts, to perform certain duties to-moat', A. 31. the members thereof to the fact, that the appointment of said Committee t r
my, ask leave to with regard to tho subject of Education. is made under the provuiaas of the act referred to therein, l
REPORT : Mr. Avery gave notice that he would, at a future day, asl leaveto TUESDAY, December 3, 1850. and which requires tho appointment of three on the part of the

That they have contracted with :Messrs.\ Hilton & Dyke for, the introduce a bill to be entitled, An act to prescribe the duty of The jnatc met pursuant to adjournment.A House, which fact the Senate presumes was inadvertently. over..
Printing of the Senate, and Joseph Clisby for the Printing of the Sheriffs and Solicitors in relation to the recovery of estates escheat qtum being present, the Journal of yesterday's proceedingswas looked by that body; ,
Uonsc, upon the following terms, viz: ing or reverting to the School Fund on account of a defect cf heirsor reaaiid approved.Mr. Which was carried. .

For furnishing 500 copies of the Journals at 82.00 per page, next of kin, and fur other purposes. l ry, pursuant to previous notice, asked and obtained leaveto On motion, the :Senate adjourned until tomorrowmorning, l/(> :, ,
also for of and all othf" Pursuant to previous notice, M\ r. Forward introduced a bil to be o'clock, A. 31.:
counting one copy; daily slips proceedings, intro' a bill to be entitled, An act to amend the 20th sectionof f
miscellaneous printing, such as Reports of the Senate and House! entitled, An act to alter, and amend the act entitled, An act to Incorporate the i article of the Constitution, so as to allow the General T I
)bills, Slips, &c., at half of a cent for 100 words,counting 75 copies. the Atlantic and Gulf Railroad Company;" Assembtto require the Justices of the Supreme Court, Chancellor, w WEDXESDAT, December 4, 1850, t
Which is respectfully submitted. \Vhich was read the first time or the Jires of tho Circuit Court, to perform certain duties with regard The Senate met pursuant to adjournment. .
M. C. BROWX, On motion of Mr. Forward, said bill was laid on the table, and to {,subject of Education; The Rev. Mr. Pratt officiated as. Chaplain. .}j' ;

Chairman Senate Committee.N. 75: copies ordered to be printed.Mr. WhicHas read the first time, and on motion of Mr. Avery, the A quorum being present, the proceedings of yesterday ;; .
were read
A. LONG, Forward moved that a Committee of two from the Senate I rule was ived, the bill read the second time, referred to the Committee and approved.Mr. ,
Chairman. House Committee. and three( from the House be appointed to examine, pursuant to'the or ihoob- Bud Colleges, and 75 copies ordered to be printed Avery gave notice that he would, at a future '
Which was received and concurred in. act of Gth January, 1840, tho office of Register of Public Lands, so to introduce a bill to be entitled An act to amend day, ask\ leave "
far as relates to the accounts and acts therein of the late incumbent, Pursuato notice Mtr. .introduced bill, 'bt Liens \ an act for seem d ,
ORDERS OF THE DAY. previous .Avery a to jug to 3Iechanics, Overseers, and others,. approved December
The! Major John Beard. entitled, .|act prescribing tho duty of the Register of Public Lands, 2.)th_ iBIS, seas, to provide a remedy in case of the absconding .
following of
the House
from Representatives was Messrs. Baldwin of a
and and
message Which adopted Avery were
,
was appointed
Deceived and read Sheriffs Solicitors, in relation ,to the recovery of estates escheat contractor. > ,,
: said committee. ing or reying to tho School Fund: ,'on account of a defect of heirs or Pursuant to previous notice, Mr. Austin introduced
'ton. President IIOCEE OF RErEEfEXTATIVEK. : : XoV. 20, 1850. Pursuant to previous noticeIr.:: Baldwin introduced a bill to be next of kixnd for other purposes ; entitbd, An act to amend the Constitution of the a bill to ha
Sir of the Senate: entitled, An act in relation to Pilotage for the Port of Key West; Whichrule > read the first time, and on motion of Mr. Avery, the Which was read and ordered for a second State of Florda-' .
Committee-Messrs. Long, Bennett and ,Allen have been appointed a Which was read the first time, and ordered for a second readingon was ,ed, the bill read the second time by its title, referred :1\I.\ .ald\\in, from the Committee on EngrosscdODills reading to-morrow.: i t" -
the
on part of the House, to act with a similar Commity ,made the
to.morrow.Pnrsuailt to the Co ttee Schools and Colleges and 75 r
oa copies'ordered; following Report -
toe on the part of the Senate, to draft Joint Rules for the regulation to previous notice, Mr. Baldwin introduced a bill to_be to bo print \' Th Commi on Engrossed Bills "- > ': .
.0, twollouses. during the presentRespectfully session. entitled An amend act entitled, "An act concerning.Prac Fin1 beg le aye to report as cor. :,
.' act to an Mr. J gave notice that he would, -at some future day, a.kI rectJI, EDgrOs d, : ., .
titioners Medicine in this State approved lOth. Feb., 1831 ; To<-"' "" '
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A bill be entitled. An act to change the namo 'ofRoxannaJonca *-Tlie committee thereforevrecommend, the pasv.ge of tlie bill.; Thb Conprcciccrs en the Z1i1WJ33 ir.*>ting3 of tho people,and dIibsrale j
to O: M. AVEHY.Chilrmnn : rjt ribiun& 3itiflt. Hveo tho4 wlw vcre zrukw ftJvfcf"*<* Sur' eofuMigui.,hed u.en, overly t fce
ItonaI1a'bekr. '*
to JOHN P. BALDWIN* Chairman.JIr. f Committee on Sclioolt and Colleges.v. ---- __ ___ ___ .___________; __-._-___- ,-. render Birs are b.nnn: t aliiiV: faI e South wn that b king again-* thpublb i- ln*' *?'
of the
of Aoith ii
Wifd meamrc peo .ould brcd
tLoae
Which was concurred in. R..B. HILTON & C. E.DYKE, cheated and vLxited by not
\ Forward, from tha Juuieiary Connnittee, made the following nnifoRs CtuFromie.: LUton to the ccfesfin* ofthe WaeLinjrorr ; and persons of all classes uhhatl'
Tiie House returned Senate bill to be entitled, An act to AND FIthPaIETOflS. of conscience which "
Rejioit: empower --- of the liiltinviro Sm, one of the "Hessiana" characterize aboKdo? ?
&= === : ; ponuciit
llic Judiciary Commitloe Lave had under consideration a bill entitred Henry B. Davis, a im: or, to a umy the management of his own -- Dark, YtJec, and losophy, adapt their moral code andtLif
SATU2JAY DECE3IBEH 7 1830. who thot ht Hunter, 2Iao;
the House without amendment. ,
,*" w An dnt auUioiko Hiram Robetts, a minor, of Jackson estate, as passed by scheme of stitutional duties, to their prejudices
the rent whowithstood the Onrprombc
Countv to assume t'ad of bis own eftate, and to contract Ordered to bo Enrolled also. interests." tle
manage;;
admit
Notice to Subscribers.rjj plunder, none too good for; the h/ter. Hear him
Preamble and Resolutions relative to causes in Admirality as Deliaqusnt
"
and bo contructfed with and have amended the hama by stiking out Gor. QCITMA
I the House without amendment It; i i4 seldom that xvc nviVo a public onion th? f rick played off upnn th South, by wlilcli .shewa expresses the soviction
second section ihereof. passed by that tho union of the 4
the of the FI.ORIDIAN A JornxAivbut onr induced to give tf.ng to obtain from the Satesia
patrons
Ordered to bs Enrolled. up every
All of \\hich !is respectfully nibmittcd.W. Co grossly prverted from iti
the I Ion book* contain the cf i-f r'ni North constitutional enactaetit, the fugitive slave original .
one
Tin was received from 39, viz *. ainics a lorjonvntor ptm.Cs
4 FORV/ARD following nussag*
". Chairman pro (cn. as to render its further continuance
4M Ilor n OF RcpumuxTATivKi, December 4, 1850.HmoraWc win hare nrjIcctcJ to comply Trith the term* f>n bill, T-hich our '-Northern bnlhren" now repiullatcpleaduig v.ith the honor inc.
the
Which read and concurred !in. patible ,
was PresUenl of ih Senate : whii-h tlicy rccei.-e tlio piper, and n? it i is imi>o fiLlc non tfacu.n t> tit suit to compel them to prospcritr i

Mr. McMillan, from a Select Committee, presented the following SIR:-Tlio Ilouso have passed the following resolution ; fir us to co them pcroiuly, "wo avn.Il cnir-elrc* oft'.n discharge their part of the TriLtcn obli! atioa. lioad the; safety correction of (he of slaveholding States, U

Report: IJ? it il"solrntl fitth Si'tu'e awl IIMM of Jleprrisia'.trc9 of the incia to urge upon tlirm a little attention to a matter what follows: some past aggressions,and soJf
The Select Committee to whom referred the of tie additional and more effectual
f was petition Stale of Florl-1'i in Genrral AiKinWy conosncd, That oa Tuesday of.
Board of County Commissioners of Santa Rosa County, flik leave next, the 10th instant, the two Houses; proceed to the election of a 1 1\%lat to Js of the greatest importance. \Ven-1*them performance by the Nrrth if their jjartrf the! O-mprr- our future protection bo obtained from
to' REPORT: mke.Vhile\ the South in tvlat the North associates in the coafcdcracv." ,
4 : United:? States Senator for the St.Ua: of Florida, to supply tha vacinry totejuxi. TlnJ best rncnpc-4 i-f our iitimlt aid 1 ho.i .!- aquieve He j
mauicd l it reasonableto a fulfillment byt ling to make an effort to
T1&tt they have had 1e! same under conikrition, ant! can rojnst which will the! -It'i of March! next, i'i: reqa-re secure these
: occur on consequenceof i i.js are put i rth topratlfy reah.z'nn.l\ wccvrtaiu- North of their djire rfthe obligation. TM t all but that he has little '
cane \viy tl? prayer of tite Ittioncrs Tiould : ot 1 grntetl ; tha expiration of the term of t'l-j Hon. D. L. Yuleo.In ly do not f1 that it ia ki-uj too much of them that true. but it proceed* .-n ai'ippot-itioii! that the Fugitive will says be bided hope left that t

iuid tiereThro reonnuni the passage of te 11ving bill, to wit : which tho concurrence of the Senate is respectfully! requested.W. they rfull Ratify us \>y a faithful arid punctu.il f.ilfill- slave act tras adopted inpcod faith by the North,pad y and by a majonty flashed
A bill! to l be entitled, An act to change and wake more pcnnaifoUbg II. MILTON, lv' a part of the Ccmprunise. The net pi.eti r.nder cent victories, encouraged by
ir
of tl of the contract haIl mikctlua
mont \vc :
wfltth3 lino between tha Counties of Saiila Roaa and Clerk House of lleprc cntaliccs. > part pr(>te'-t of Nfirthc-rn j-oliinoi and with call n rain I Remittance can be ina'le Trithrtut thief Northern \Vtig Rq resentativ Walton.
t : NEILL MCMILLAN ORDERS OF TIIE:: DAY ( xjx n'C tltfouofh!: Pot ila'ttr ,' who are authorized by Northv-ni Democrat.-. 1 was pae1 by the S' ath: ,and dy is to be found in the prompt and rn

I "".*..I. -" Chairman Select Corn micc., A bill to be entitled, An act to correct an error in the act entitled, liw to frr-ik letter oontaijui money for ICcwspnpcr8'jbBcripfpn wa rth.; iu no way adopted by, nor acceptable to theN able secession of the aggrieved States"

JOHN GHENT.A7HcV An act to change the Southern binnd.iry of Leon County, passed *. S<:If interest it ill constrain us to purge The profo <'ion'* male of a disposition to a1.ii1 i le by

%vas wad and couc4irred b, nnd said bill read tho first at the last: session of the General Assembly of this State, and approvcd oursubscpptinn list at the ml of the presoat volume, thi- part of1io Cimpranie.were nvuufsfIy in-incere From tJ& Journal & ifes.eng#,., J

that and ordered to a second reading to-morrow January 0;, 1910, unltf.iwaJ5 induce of ftfjiiig on the of Northc m poli !-
a change part
Was read the second time. to .nisa us on terms more agreeable to PRESIDENT'S HZSSAGE
: jtlr our
nrfcfll'tfe:: be'entllL'd, An act for the relief of George M. Hamilton, i tic-Lins ULI l 'le. in relation to tLia matter an p Was reid the second tim?, and! on motion referred to the Committee Mr. Crawford moved to amend the title of said bill so as to read, fccin! after the South pcf Ind jiel
bn' Vt-oiMWHioiis: ; and ( fiievonc A bill to be entitled, An act to correct an mor in an act to change the Union, the Nortl would yiefd w>mftLinjrin snp- on Monday last, at 12 o'clock Pesiimre

A Lilt to be entitled, An act in addition to the acts now in farce the Southern boundary of Leon County ;" cr Correspondents m i'-t bear with us during port of the Coa-.titutibn. The So'itJi hd not take pny ent in hw annual liessa;e, a tclr6japnicicm.

inlfet&irtn lo Cinip: and Misdemeanor!!, Which motion was carried.Mr. time session of the Legislature. The quantity bond for the e-xecuSon of the contract by the North: mary of which will be foimd below, at half
t
and it fc to bo regrt insert pa ,p
W .s raad th! < wcand timi*, and on motion jefcrrcd to the Committee Maxwell moved lo refer said bill lo a select Committee of arid indeed the quality, of matter inserted tha* tho TugitVe Act chould 1 aumed l an.J currted 31. It i is pronounced to be an able and bnsineja liV

4 0,1; the Ju-liciary. three ; Mill depend on the space left by the proceedings by Northern votes, and by votes of the NorthfmV lo Engrossed to b entitled, An act to change the name of Rox Which was carried ; and Messrs Maxwell, Crawford, and Taylor hig frkndi*of the National Administration initcad! ofpa.ifl or two, when it will be Leaned m an Extra.
of the I4egi.dature.Southern1ights. the act tliemselve The North conten'1-i
faid Committee. ? now "
anna Jone to Roxanna Wheeler, were appointed The President w>nim ice9 by rayin that d ,- '
bill l bo t-nriled An act to abolish thq 10th clause of that they \rere not parties to the Fugitive Act, and fanccs under which he
Engrossed to cum entered
Was read UID third time ; on the question of its passage the yeas Association. under no obligation to carry it into ctiVct. Some will upon the dntieirf

nnd nays were, the nt until such tine as it can T* LU ofTc! .forbade Thi:* him dccJarati-jn from making, he therefore anyprinipei' decUration rf

Yeas-Mr. PresiJcnt, Messrs. Austin, Avery, Bald u in, Brown of Was read the third time.: rt-penled but the vast mss.1" of the North, from Maine ceeiL4 to ,DOT *
Mr. Ralduin moved that the rule be waived, and that tie Senate Rights Association: will be held at the t* Minnesota, dem-ond repeal nl.te.In
of I I
Columbia, Brown HilKborongh, Buddington, .Crawford, Finley, : resprd to IVreirjn; policy lie we
cays hojj
of the Whole said bill l'i gah MccJiiig IIou!c, when Addresses M-ill! No att erupt to execute the law In* been made without
1'orward, Johnson! 31cMUlan, Moseley, Perry, Smith Stswait-10.Kars go into Committee on ; violent opposition. Tliertfore it i-<, I and repeat frnin from all ngrcion and interference. ._
-None, Which motion was lot. be made by Messrs. DuPont, 5Ic(7ehce! andWhite that the South having made the law in say good faith ition M enforced with great power and ability.

Said bill pansed. Title as stated. Mr. Baldwin moved to amend aid bill by the following Cngro s- Delegates fioni honda to the Xashille on their part, ought no- to disavow it a tlwtir act an'I the In ilom i ric maf tr r* he br JJthat the Gratais
the its
Ord red that tho same ba certified to tin House. ed i lider, viz: insert after the word Gospel,' in the fifth'un.., the \' : Convention. throw it ii{>on the Nortli to execnte it or repeal it.TJiad .- its i'iuncions; guide-are Judiciary of co-equal importance.interpreter,i and tL

A liill! to be rnliil J, An act to authorize Hiram Roberts, a minor, words 'Bank Directors;' leu? Stevrm i* tomnke the propo 5tion to repeal cy should never justify the exercise of Expedita.,,
of order. the u:: on ille! fir t diy of the essivr> and I trust that power out
Jackson County, to sumo the ofhisoun cfctate The Chair decided eaid motion out or: We would 1 granted.
management call the attention of the not one Southern memlvrwill vote against its repeaL
Baldwin from the decision of the Chair npln which He will veto only such acts
and lo contract and be contracted with, Mr. appealed ; citizens; of Tallahassee and The question might sw wdll b'1 t.te.l no\v a tom a* are
Was read the second time, and ordered to bo engrossed for a the yeas and nays were called for by Messrs. Baldwin aid Forward ueinity, to the made the subject of protracted and! heated agitation. of or as are encroachment and on for the the Constitution National: lii.,

third reading to-morrow. nd were, advertisement of Miss Clayton's School, in lithe fugitive act i hi to be iui-k-red a part of the fri propriety! i 1 him from ijoiref respect father thin thk LegWa.en

.1 A bill! t1 b" euliil'd, An art ta amend the eleventh clause of the Yeas-Mes&r AuMin, Avery, Brown of Columbia, Irnwn of another column. We understand that this compronde, let tho North a-sum" the d-ity of i iu exicitti -- The powers of rhe General Government ixiijj

ilflli article* of the Coustjtntwn of thU State : r.nd also to amend an IHlhboroKgh, RudJimrton, Crawford, Haley. Forward, ifohnsson! lady brings with her the highest testimonials the South n: and niffur if it it w to not be a repealed.part tf the compromise, let confae 1 to wlrtt is exprwty granted and wtatbaete'ary w

nctjimend.itdrv of flu* twelfth! cliu-e of UK fifth article of the Conrtiluliia Maxwell, McMillan, .Moseley, IVrry. Smith, Stewart-15.1 of competency and success teacher Tlie South is forced, by the present stats rf thi-v-, to<-nrrv thee grants into effect
as a citizen ho loves the Con.-
Evrry titation
[ of tlii'* Sute, aad adopted by the third and fourth General Nays-Mers. Baldwin and 1 jiylor i -M.! into thi* po'.ition-they mn.t Iant uwn the exw n U>nof viEteMt
from Cliarleston all interference with (Tie domestict affiiirs
The deru-ion of the C'hair ,' Fu-tiined. where jJe has taught for the; law at the hazard f disunion; or tlicy mutsufT of the Stat
Assemblies, so as to give the election of Jndges to the People, v is The beauty of our sy tem, cons.i t9 in the fart flat
Was read the second time, and oa motion, referred to the Committee Tlie vote upon the passage of said bill, was as follows:' some time pa .t. to its; r it to remain a dead; letter; or they must lox assent while each State revolves in its own sphere, nmtalcolirion

on Amendments and Revision of the Constitution.On Yens; -Mr. Pres-ident, Messrs. Avery, Brown of ColamV, Brown S' The repeaL may be avcit'c-d.

lEotion, the Senate took n recess until lii o'clock, M. <,f I Jliilhlwrou I h, I Buddiugtoji, Crawford, Finley, Johnsotihiax\\cll, Legislature.I Th &Lt mmbor of Courrssha11 The Constitution nakc.1 it the duty of tLc Presidrat
oti! bracnhes of the Lcgiaiutnre stand mnf refa= to -Iien to > the 1 '. '
McMUlan Smith 11. > during c- e veto an effort i< can Liws to >e faiT : : ly executed. fffibm.ttirc .
\ the present week, have been actively made: to repeal the bin, trill doubtless! meet witli the p.ige! hinT lf to sLnnk from no rc pcitibiHtT
Nays-Messrs. Austin, Balduin, Forward, Mosclev, Tory, Stev.ast .-- engaged, bti* to meet event* a* they arL-e,with frmne,,.
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TWELVE O'CLOCK, ?r. 'l'aylor-7. \ through their Committee;?, in maturing business approbation of most of tLc" who feel any hearty m- No nrJitv'ra,1e change lias taken place ia oar For-

Tha Senate resumed its session. Quorum present.On Said bill was lost, not havIng received the reqniito i CoWitution-- for Legislation. tt-rest in the maintatoanre ef Southern rgltt The ein rea'ia4. since thri beginning ofihe Iat Cnai,
bill being clearly comtitational-but of that The Pr.ider.t
1 motion, Iho Senate adjourned until to-morrow 10 o'clock, A.W. al majority. The House, ca Thursday, was occupied a portion rail road :icros TeLuantepec-Lcs Loefui1yofi to
aacretl instrument \vhcn rrtteiie
once Congress meet--, let the
15511 loba entitled, An art to amend an act entitled, At act concerning Metcr to it. 1
Vvith the consideration of the contested
election
Practitioners of Medicine: in tlm State, approved Oth February Northern people be called Kjx
1831, 1 from Levy County. After some (It bate, t j unequivocally, through their IJerre enLitivcsrhfh- to Trea-Jtny year ending Juiw"Strh, forty-seven m3.l .

TUTCTOAT, December 5, 1350.TJis Was read the second time, and ordered to bo Kngriiscd fur a by Msrs. Bennett, Anderson and Milton, ia j I cr they consider this part of the Coa-timir.n tindaig l *i?-expemhture*, same period, forty-three nilhitti

third reading to-morrow. J the adirmarive and Messrs. upon than-whether they will abid" by it or not. If two t Iwisand one hnndrwl ixty-dgLt.
Scnala met purscant to adjournment Bryant and Allen Public debt redrred! f'mcc List arntall finr
Bill! be entitled An in relation lo for Port of they n-t, let the South respond, 'then \r& are dr.nerith report
The Rev. Mr. Pratt ofliciated as Chaplain.A to act Pilotage fee in the negitivc, the report of a majority of the say huiKlred ninety-five thousand two hcnJred seTenrri.r -
quorum being present, yesterday's pioceedinga were read and Key Wot, j Committee Elections \ yon. Yi Lave repudiated the articles of ag'cement dollars-portion public debt eisht millions seienty-
Approved.Mr. Was road tho second time, and ordered to bo Engrot' ed for a on in favor of Judge -tl re is no !If>ngr r a'partnc rship between n.V five thousrnd nine Luadred! and eighty-six dulkr miiit

Avcry moved ihnt thff Register of Public Lands be requested third reading to-morrow. \ Stecle! the sitting member! was concurred in however, tl.e Northern people say yi-re-affirruthe without be prove new
*n ittfitrni iii; Sot9ta: of the imni! pr of acros of ntunial Inmroveinect Bill to ba entitled, An act to establish the fees of Nctaits Public by a vote of CO to 18. We have not elaborately Fnnitive Slave EIU in Ccmrra**-then let them >*> rlemcnstra wisdom tf rti.'iagTarrs

LanJ: sold, the average price per acre for whi :h said Land has in oertniii cases, j inrefetigated the facts in the case, but relied npr n to enfrce iVto carry it out in thcWmiilst- portion tf revenue from import duties-recommend*

boen sold, the air.ubcr of acres sold for which tha State has comjJata Was read the second time. as we lave learned that all the the failure to do wluch should be considered 83 effectual a dSrrmIiatm in dutie*-a high tarLT cannot be pomanrnt .
title. Mr. Smith moved that the Senate resolve itself into s. Committee inspectors repudiation of the Constitution as it open renunciation fLorcfore, fconld not bo enacted-rcoanmendjf

Tb auiMiJ. r of acres sold of Lands selected! for Internal ImproveraKits cf the Whole on said bill ; \ ot the precinct which the principal complaint by Northern Rerrercntativi1', and be WcTTed! byc0rrepidL1 frauds ific dutlts-adcalorvM have originated eitecaive

bat v/hieh sl l tions have not bei-.i approvtsU, and tho date Which! motion was lost. is mide, were Whig3, and that the Judge of : action on the port cf the South, A thfroino i mint in CaL"f
of the tt SHC of tho la i inouilnuail Lands. Mr. Haldwia: moved to :n.ivml mil }l\\\}\ \\ty ;vrting, after tho word of Probate who gave Judge Steelcrhis certificate We of coiir-e know not whether our I egislaturen cold bullion assayed and stamped referred

AUo, tV nunibar of acres of Seminary Lands sol-1: and the av- "Public" in second line of first section, the word-' *, "laa.1! for the of election belongs to the same partr, it nn.rifl will dce'n it becrimlng io take any aiti&n in payment of Government due?-.reccmmendstabliUiig e.
1! Cnrjntiss Monroe and Wakulla Acriccltural Bureau-aao, eicpl jimaii acre for wiiich said Laiui: has; been sold. ; j j
craze price per is hardly reasonable to that injustice in thi matter. Should It,we hope that actii>n will nunemoci! : and chenii-t'
suppose
Also, that t'ne Register requaKtwl to inform the Senate concerning Which was carried. has any be to Instruct oar Senators, when the question of r ApproprLititin already made for census M MwrfSootre
Mr. Maxwell moved to amend said bill in ertin aAer the been IO1C. Judge Steele being a
the operation of the Prc-empti Law passed at the last by peat ti brought f<> remain sllmt. Tfhetlwr imniendoponinj line of communication berrees
t'cIiO-W1IetheY it h-.s been beneficial! in its operation, or otherwise, word "Repealed," in second section the \\ords as to siid Conn- Democrat, it i is hardly' reasonable to suppose the binding up force of ia-truction net recognizing the volley of the Mi. L-sippi and Pacific as recominai
have
cr we
vntl maka such he think advisable with regard to tics;" | that these. ed bv rredecewrr-rscommentls provL-wns for ippoinJiiigcf'niiiioners -
to suggestions as ; Whigrofh'eers, all men of high character no doubt that these gentlemen will be
glad to ire
rect to examine land titles hQ
Which carried and said bill ordered be for *
the At oftlits Seminary and Internal Improvement Lauds. was to cngossed a
onnng we understand, would have violated any intimation of the will of the State, cspreased f.rnia-extending our srtem land law, withnww*-
third I
4 Which motions were carried.J : reading to-morrow. their duty to him in tLrough 5U recently cljo-scn entative ry rc'xliSicatlons over California, Utah and Sew&t
J Smith gave notice that he woulJ, on Koma future Jay, aik Hill to be entitled, An art to PuiiLh Cheats and Falsj Pretences, secure a scat the Legislature. repro jet,.

leave lo introduce a bill to lx entitled, An act for the reliuf of Levi Was read the second time, and ordered to be engrosser for a third! Speech of Judge Cheves. Recommrnds a division of tic mineral land* to
:' re14hag to-niurrow. The Committee Whatever else be mall parcel#_.in such manner as to guard sgaAmonopolies.
.' 1 afill r, tfierifl" Washington County. ( same unanimously report the result of the Xasaville .

frt Pursuant to preiiaus notice, Mr. Forward introduced a bill lo be Hill to be entitled, An act to change and! make mor pmiznent ed in favor of Mr. Magl/ee, the sitting member Convention, its successive meetings have been Indian relation1 have increased m importaDfe'-

entitled, An act to alter' and amend proceedings in Chancery in certain the dividing line, between tho Counties of Santa Rosa .Tid U".Iton: from IlilUbormigh. the occasion of the of two military fomj in Tcxa and Mexican Frontiers mat!
( delivery speeches
Was read the second time and ordered be foi third i
oases; to engrnsstl a quate-Ongre' should provide for one or mere repmcnf -
] In the Senate on Thursday Mr. Smith's bill which will live through all coming time. V"e inount'e'l caca'rv.
Which was read the first limp, nnd on motion of Mr. Forward, reading to-morrow. j k
laid on the table, and seventy-five copir-s ordered to be printed.Mr. Hill to bo entitled, An act to amend the Constitution >f tin State to amend the Constitution so as to allow refer to the address of Judge Tucker, of Va., Rec! mrn >.nl Asylum fcr dl QeirIers-peks with ati'-f.-ction of Na'rvcu.tantI1
a Bald\yn, pursuant tu notice jircviously given, iatroducal: a of Florida, > i Ministers! of the Gospel; to hold any office under at its first meeting, and to that of Judge Chevcs FrTared l P>r doty-every where net wita respectrecomintnrU -
bill bo entitled. An act the Counties of Dade and Was read the second time, and referred to the mtittee on naTal
to consolidating it, w.s lost by a vote of 11 ayes to 7 of H. C., at its second. The first was certain iraprovementwith tie
JMonrna for Judicial purposes; Amendments and Revibion of the Constitution, and scAWtjJGvtf copics p<)jicv recotncicn-Jed by Secretary yavyfcr. carirofPacifle
Wideli was read the first inc: and ordered l to a second reading ordered to be printed. nays-two thirds being necessary to its passage unique and unparalleled. V.'e think the best coast and jrotection ar.d extension of aaeasormrrce

to-morrow. Hill to be entitled, An act to authorize William Henry Yd Horn, through either 1 louse. chance which .Iessrs. Foote and! Cass have with Eutem, Asia.flterimrnenib anti
a tw aathfrfzirg officer, *r
Mr. Baldwin, from, the Commlltco on Engrossed Bills, made Iho .1 minor, to assume the maangernent of his own estate,. aiAo eonIract Th3Presicnt of the Senate. of immortality is found! in the fact th-.t their raw to retire from service when incompetent maldn$

.4 following Report : and be contracted with, i TIw Maiianna WLij is disposed to find names are mentioned in its page That of stuwb'e! provMons for the support of faithful sernn!
TJie Committee on Engrossed Bills bg leave to Report as cortcctly Was read the second time, and referred to the Judhlary Com Chves tlmates for expense* of navy ensuing yearrfc 'lf
mittee. | fault with Col l Floyd! because in the election Judge though not more extraordinary one million than the present except fa ereCt *
engrossed,
A bill to 1 be entitled. An Act to authorize Hiram Roberts, a minor, Engrossed bill to be entitled, An act to authorize Iliria Robert!, for President of the Senate, he voted, on the is much the more valuable of the two.- for Dock Govrniment on Paclnc coast of -alsa, recommends Teu,1OD-COI
Xaty.
of Jackson County, to assume the innuagement of his own estate, a minor, of Jackson County, to assume the management!f his own second ballot, for Lhnself. Now instead of Without intending to commit ourselves in favor Post 3Li ter Gent-ral''* report presents sati&ftoT I j

and to contract and be contracted with.J. ,. estate, and to contract and be contracted with, being worthy of censure for that act, Col. of all its positions, we may say that we viewa-rncorameads reduction inl.md letter pasta?'* I j

P. BALDWIN, Chairman. Was read! the hut ii time, and on the question of its p. ago, thexrfumbin regard its extensive circulation three cents pr,'pai.l-five cents when not-ircL &rej 1 1
4; Floyd is deserving of If there throughout Iuctin w
praise. is to er to two cent -when receipts e
prepaid
and
Maxwell moved that the bill to be entitled, An act to correct yeas nays were :
Jia error i i'j an net to change the Southern boundary of Leon County Yeas-:Mr. Pres-ident, Messrs. Austin, Avery, Brown olHiKidington be any censure bestowed anywhere, let it fall the South as a matter of the Lighcst importance. expenses aLto five all per other centum rsailable. California matter postage, partknanjia anreiluped

be |-laced among the orders of the day; Crawford, Finley, Johnson, Maxwell, McMi! D, Perry, on those MIO compelled him: to act as he did, It is perfectly luminous v.ith eloquence, report department. .

", Which wns carried. Smith: Stewart-l.'J. as otherwise the Senate might have been wisdom and patriotism, from beginning to Cut!. Congress has to make appropriatioM f *

Mr. Forward, from the Committee on Enrolled Bills, made the Nays- essr. Moseley, Taylor 2.! without a presiding officer to this! day. Col. His nppcel to Virginia, the mother of States tcrnal irnprovemcnt.r.con'menJ.s appropriaticB"**
eflffiffifl
complete what and to
following report : Said bill passed. Title as stated. Ordered to be cerHouse. ed to the and of Statesmen is oth'rs. are already begun' ,
F. before surpassingly beautiful.
any vote was had, rose in his seat,
.
Tlie Committee on Enrolled Bills beg have to report as correctly I7ecotrtmrada of cmissionpM
Enrolled, the Preamble and Resolutions relative to Edmund LaFajtte Hill to be) entitled, An art to amend the twentieth sei on of theVssembly and proposed to exchange votes with Mr. If it docs not awaken her, then surely her to settle provision private for the claims appointment against taw

Esq. fifth clause of the Constitution so as to allow the Geneni Avery, the candidate of the minority. This heart mast indeed bo "(lead within." States and! the appointment of a Sofidterwi *
*
W. A. FORWARD, Cliairm tin. to require the Justices of the Supreme Court, Chancellor tr Judges \vas declined by Mr. Avery. The vote to it shell be to protect the Government gw *
onme
Mr. Forward, from the Committee on the Judiciary, made the of the Circuit Courts, to perform certain duties with n rd to the Kississippi-Gov. Qnitman. gal fraudulent or unjust c'anns.
!
urst naiiot M.IS nine( to eight! -and the Of the flrititir and mmnmTnisp.e. SSTf J *
following RvjKirt: subject of Lducation, In the midst of so many Northern men,living thai concezcnj in the nattxoofacomprvfl1i'

The Committee on the Judiciary, to whom was referred a bill to Was read the second lime, and ordered to be engrossei )r a thirdscambia chairman, Mr. Forward, decided Col. Floyd in the South, who still act as though their neccs' arily tie unwelcome to men of extremeit

IK entitled, An act to amc-nd an act entitled an act concerning Practitioners reading to-morrow. elected. This decision was undoubted! wouli! I be strange if these measures Lad fr

of Medicine in this State, approved 10th February) 1631, House bill to be entitled, An act to incorporate th correct, but a majority of the Senate thought allegiance was duo to New York and Massu- ct-ivdd with immediate approbation by theye0P
chusetts, how honorable and noble is the States,preiudice.1 and heated by the existing
Plank Road
r.nd have iufetrucUnl example
have hadthime tinder consideration, mo torejxHi Company, that a majority of all the Senators elected ver' ie of their Representatives.tablfched .
, the wne back to the Senate, \uthoutamendincnt, and to iceommend Was read the first time, and ordered to a second read : tb-mor- ot the gallant Quitman-the hero,jurist I rrcnmmond nrTherenre to the'adJn'
Mil 10 ytr
to
-was to elect Presi '
necessary a
:IU pa nge.Tliey row. i and statesman of Mississippi \ A Northem bv those measures, until time and '
have also bad under consideration a bill to be entitled, An I House resolution relative to the election of United Stat Senator, dent. Foresechg: this difficulty, the Democratic birth but once shall demonstrate the necessity of furtharJeSBa'
West and Instructed Was read the first time. had man by residing now in a slave tion to man] against evasion or abusca.flythat .
act iu relation to Pilotage for the Port of Key : caucus instructed Col. Floyd to "
State-all the zeal of a warm heart and the adiustmcnt, we l>ave been rcscBfd&o
me to report it back to the Senate, without amendment. Mr. Baldwin moved to lay said resolution on the table vote for himself, should it become wide and unboundles* afitations that

They have alo instructed me to report back to the Senate a bill Upon which motion, the yeas and nays were called for Messrs. in order that there might bo no delay necessary in the energies of a strong will and vigorous niLid and have a firm, distinct and lecal gmnnd t i5

io be entitled, An act to establish! the Fees of Notaries Public in certain Taylor and Stewart, and were, are devoted to the cause of tho home of hh on; and the occa-ion, ItrustVill justify m'iIing

eason, without amendment. Yeas-.Mr. President, Messrs. Ausiin, Avery, Baldwin, rown ofFinley organization. Col. V. ykldad under the cir choice and of the land of his adoption. Having mr countrymen to rallinpon, anti inairitala t

< And they have had also under consideration a bill to be entitled, Columbia, I Brown of 1 Hillsborough, Buddington, Crawfo eumstances to these instructions, and thus convened the ground nstheXest, if not the only meanof3'' '
Legislature of 3isisippm! peace and quiet to the eonntry. and oviolate m
Ah act to Punish Cheats and False Pretences, and have instructed Forward, Maxwell!, McMillan, !Moseley, Stewart 1-L secured the speedy organization of the Sen- the integrity of the Union.
the back to the Senate without amendment and Nays-Messrs. Johnson, Perry Smith 4. extra session, he has laid before that body a
me to report wimo Taylor- ate. Had he declined, and had the minority
to recommend its Said! Resolution was laid on the table. message breathing this true spirit of a man and NEW GrY'
YORK SCXATOV. Horace
in their -
passage.W. persisted refusal to vote for him the
A. FORWARD, Chairman pro trm.Whieh Tho Senate, on motion, adjourned until to-morrow o'clock, a Southerner. We extract a few sentences talked of I'J'
concurred in. A. M. whole Legislature might have bccu in a stato says the Baltimore CUpper, is
was from the able document. Speaking of N orthem
Mr. Avery, from the Committee on Schools and College, made of disorganization till now. New York Whigs, as the probable s cce

, the following Rcj>ort: 03" The appointment of U. S. Di tiict Attorney for! District outrages, he says : of Jlr. Dicknison in the Senate of the ?

;; The Committee on Schools and Collets, to whom was referred of Charleston, S. C., has been conferred on the Hon. J. Pettigru. ozi-: The Marianna V/tig says : "There i.* nothing to encourage the hope States.

the bill to be entitled, An act to amend the twentieth section of the Or: The statue of Mr. Calhoun has reached Chat Jbn. The "There is evidently a leaking of Whig that there M ill be any respite from aggression. election -
Constitution to allow die General Assembly strength in the lower lIous"For Never has hostility to slavery been distinctly GEORGIA ELEcrrIor.-Tho Georgia
fifth article of the so as only injury it (sustained was the loss of an arm.ozr f more t

to require the Justices of the Supremo Court, Chancellors, or the : Col. Richard M. Johnson Vice President Van the information of our benighted co- marked or more openly asserted. has resulted in an ovcnvhelnming&fea*
Mr.
.Judges of the Circuit Courts to perform certain duties with regard Buren, died recently at residence in Kentucky nrwr' 1 f temporary M-e will state that there is a Democratic Shades difference in opinion may distinguish those in favor of immediate State action-

to the subject of Education, ask leave to Or:: The Columbus Times says that many of the lac-sin Georgia majority in the lower House of two, Northern to statesmen the extension, but all of unite slavery ia stern, and opposition in Out of two hundred and sixty delegate *

::1.I:1. REPORT: arc resolved to ciicct an exchange of attire with thien"and in counting for the Whigs the member from declaration of their fixed determination to confine the Convention, they will not number

.. The Constitution now says "no duty not judicial shell bo imposed encroachments.their new garb raise the standard of resistance to XoHrn r injustice Dade, who ia not here, and who, if our information it toits present limits, and forever to close than fifty. So says the Macon TeIegPOj

law tho" olllccre mentioned. Tlie amendment simply allows be correct as to the manner in which the public territory against us.
by
the General upon Assembly to require, bolide's this, certain dudes with (::T A Southerner who made claim, on oath, to hilivo in Pitts- the election in that County was conducted, "Tho North has but just triumphed in eve A young lady steped into
Pa. committed to for and ( claim she has merchant by the name of wade. and v t7
rcgm1tO Jho subject of Education. burg, was prison perjury, remaining ought not to bo allowed! the ry asserted, and yet at.this moment t4'wade.
that in jail four days, was released on 01000 bail. The nej>, of course scat. This will of our humiliation, their people, less cently said she would like to be :
This amendment i is offered in tiew of the probability a separate for the patient said< .be
I Court will bo organized, and that it bo desirable was permitted to walk off without further mole&tatio&C account leaking" so unaccountable than we, are in blaze of excitement at ( .) Really, I am teay sorry. M"
Supremo may too
for the ma.:..jrTS thereof to be appointed numbers of a Board of T An exchange paper says that the best joke nfl season was to our cotcmporary. And further, we \\ill every attempt,{to execute the bill to secure the hut my wife will lei!'you that you aret

Education. .' the recent Union meeting in Boston, which passed rations in favor inform him that Hugh Archer. Esq., of-Leon, return of fugitive slaves. This plain compliance by a couple of years.

It also he thought advisable, to require the Judges of the Circuit of enforcing the fugitive slave bill. .A few days bjro they were was elected Speaker of the House,' and not with one,of the clearest injunctions of fl'4*'

f Courts may to exercise a fcupcnisory power over the school cstabJihod passive spectators to the nullification of this very Livvhif, when ''James T. Archer,' Esq., of Tallahassee." the Constitution i is not only disregarded, but Ozr Sweet oil and vinegar rnakci. *

] ] in their respective Circuits. they wish to gull the South, they talk so valorously aht enforcing. conventions of both political parties, formal table polish for mahogany furnituw.a



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State Riffa Association.nipeCin ings of tlienoetinjri'lHo A uoitihn i.1vurn. FEH2XS.SCHOO.L. -redi. afriyal of New Goods.?* "Fa1l and Winter : : BYwLrtia rAsmitr&e :

of a j urJ'.i of ilio oitirens effonntv.lit ed to meet $ie f.rt Monday ia January.rr lINA'OICC OyiRflIeM. rpjj tubwrlbrtT: L 'jurt'owned aft t vthv new" stock *$ 4PR
.tt St.'Murks the MISS ELIZABETH CLAYTON; f Chrh'on, -L-of STAI'LEanZ FANCY GOODS e&lubjctoXa'Jica Master's Sof4RcaIattoaxid
L'Lorcii. > nt ,
gds whr. Wm. IL Haz
C, iwptv'JuUy inf.Tin the citizvns vfLw Taila- diipiwi per
the riori ian & Journal. Slaves.!
: ,
the o-i&ns eL rs.'ufi, 'viz:
I1'ol : 4lLt; 1tbSOCiitWfl tlta't and foe asonut .f.7.JL WILLLVUS: :
oe and vicinity iit will, on tLe first of Janusry -
10 TJlOL'STils ia the dwr, Mr. IJcxjr.r k\ r e Hilitia. open a FEMALE SCHOOL cal solicit* theirrntronnge 43 bbls. sup. fine Peoria Mula; Extra Flour, drc 9 good of aw $ every etjls sad quality BYTJrheef rn inkf-'ttwY Jerr ef the"Jc&o -
of Gov. 11mw-n all 42 .' L'uz.ri Cameroon and Black Watered SiIk-3IuHti. roiy eft!,.! M'ddl Clradt! cf r.oSAIE3 -
In the slna i lad eon-idcrabe
ofa Comuiiltec Me'ige : ? Ilarinj t-xprrifjice a< aTc
\ Jr Chakman, pro.jt.ny 12 Warsaw Bhu-k Grac\ lihbc and unitleu K&a, rid.t siti'ig in (Tha-errreI1eei! b ftde.endiair.
ppniateJ: reported hs foJlovnue: rreanJ Ik msdc to the lUorganizod *talc f our Jiilitia; cbt r, and bunt; rwommwidc-i to their cunJdcTatiai 10 Oc .m blue, link. CLirry, and Caiie'twiRninct k1..ruce HtTcnies K. W. Apdrawa, mdmoistra'or.of -
-liuiil u'c tr( bv" cxcrtir.n to please thcsalii
CoMliation which xvcreK awl the irapiovement or the Militia la\v, their children her 10 Albi.n *. trirnEli uutruuuvuJ, ; ; the ebtate ef JanK* Barry, s CwnpUinant, ,
entrust
lube! ; wi'Ji a view to its wore efficient organization, \\ Tic>!may loving branches of n-Uicariin tu Cir will >v> tacjjLt 10') )Ltcr.-baIIa! Bounet Ilibbon-, Belt oa. Neck and Cap dUto, tn.1 Alexander IL Lindey and Ann Eliza Lia wife.aitd r //i iPI

is rrcomnieadc Tl.U is an important 2 .!: bacon ih.izUr Laces Bo\jbb\ E-irai ilack Silk Lacen'wide and narrow, tl.4 b uit hairs cf James Harry, deceased, to wit, (
at HM rate Rcauin Writai
Spelling ,
riuAMBLE.1cberea sngee.'iion customary : ? i
Lwo Ca'iciuzl ClLir. Di-mi Veil
,
1 bbI omeH and IL DtftfruimX
: Me8 1ork Barry Mary Barry, ire
,
th !K'orJeorth0jjtiws non.1ve1to1'i- and on \\iidi! will doublli engage Arithmetic.G rammar,liitory,"Gitugraphy,Chemistry, S Irin do, Blue anGrocni! Ilirssroj for VciU, I will foil nt public outcry,bdWe the Court House ia : --

of tlds Union, laave leclared theirpp0cit1Cfl the atter.tion of tlio Legislature. The sigr.s Pi1otphiy, Botauy. 15'J Sack* St. Louis Oats, -- lied. WUte, and Yellow Flarjids, TaiLtha'uee, on the rt Monday in Jnnuary next,

I "ii the crtcuijon of davcry iuto oi ihe times admonish all true frietms of the itmtrrr.a: 10 K-g3 Lard, .- BLutkeU rod Quilts, u itLiii Icspl lionrj. the following property, to wit;
j to Ru. F. IL RmxiHJE, Gt'v. THOMAS BROWS, Negro Ker-ya, Cotton Onaburs, Cotton Yarns NcirJi .
fvoulh of the of 2! Barrel doALSO Lota u. 17 and IS in Tulla] ae 1? "I tit1 TerIitl1 of ll e Uoitod States, :liMuirldty ncoessity speedy prepnraliou Hfjt D. P. Hrt.i-E, > C.l R. A. SmxE, FROM NEW YORE Erown and Bleached! Sheeting 2J ycr1a ide. wi'ii the improvernen' .ci miiatiiig t-f a Dwelling-hoaso> i ''

| the itd aa
t't1 ns tII 1M of lh Noilz.tJ | 'Hie (Jovernor cltorly intimates the approach 7. 1850. 48 4tAdministratrix's 3*) qr. Thie 1hai.int, ALSO, r.A so-EJV lulf of I/xta :"c. 42 and 43 in Tallin *-

$ojth vieIi.a4, tho action of tlic Congrpr* danger, arid does well to Raggett the necessity S Ol'f' .4 A compelc awortnvil rf Hardware awl Cutkrv, era- laispe. the Xwth Ad&ioT, uniraproved.No. -- 4

I -iuii States, by whica California but of prcpara'ao' ::;}. We have no Military organisation. Sale.aVnalJc 45 Iveqa and!>->xc;t'fD'iekivhe.nt, bracing &kao t every article cf Carpenter's andBIacL1iiJM 4Uo-bt 21, n N.W.Addhwaof TaEahajse, x.
fhf tbe 'xteuke LAW inI l MISCEL- 2 bbU Tool t&ifliprflYYl t. 4.
milE arul Almoji'la, 3 libb ilriad Appi, itM)
bt''U admiacd into this c onfedjuy; ns one That etrong anu of our defence LAXEOLSLIEllAUYof the 1at AViUum IL 15 bbl* Iri h Potatvvs 2 Crates Uniun*, ALSO, Also, the following friars*, to wit : J

vf tin !H.te.! <>fri o Union is ia vUation of4ii is paralrod, and slwnld nn enemy from without Brofnl.n !rh. 1eeL4d, will lie offirrd for sale at An invoice of sswrted rrtickcry, SL Ul-es PA!*, wei'.hb? i>-> p'nvls to the bu>Lel, a Julia, aged about 16 yean and her infant ditid /. i j ,

( fin c jrocoUfjfi mid finds uo eanctiontc or out from within fjjring upon us at :m auction on MoM>AY. thCth JANU4HY, leSl.Twnw I' U U Har'lwarn; very snperiw artkr'e for coving P .rc, B21 n.ed abort 12 yeur and charlotte,aed about 50.TEKJIS 1- ilfU
: Sale All under fif.f dollar, cnih U Hwllowwaro SwemIe Irm from 1J ineh to (P inches wide, : Ca-h. I'invilVascw to for title
of Kin ;
ourtiftiifon fiwncd bj our fatliers unexpected moment, sail would b? the tale of pay
"
frOI1! months credit Su nr Kettka.! _',), 40, Oi), and SCr gallon, B. F. WII1TNER J.Vr
I'r.ion bttwtC'fl lie Stitesfv our disaster. 2so loac of orsanisa- tin nil sums ovt r fifty do51ar<, tweis o FCT wle 1.7 J. M. WILLI AilS. ta C'fcacertj.
li-HKiof :
system
the o: h will be allowed, fcr approved bccurity.Catalogn November 30, 1S3Q. 47 Heavy IT..llow-warc, Dec. 7, 1350.13 td.
wWcli action tic! North bas cpifo.nriaifJ ; u-in, dicrj>lirc or d ill will avail UP, it i is necesr.ry < ; will he prepared fur trtation as early VllT, Sperm, nn.1 Ad.irn"niiir CaiuPe", -

to itsdf t1*e wh1e of this -aluiLle : io cone up to tio work with vigor, antipersevereing ai posfublo.! Flour Bacon Lard &c. Wbtvr Stnined: OiL Train and lineeil ditto, Master's Sale.l %
,
TerritiM tn
in l*>tli h nseft of Congress opposed to oar amended as lo infuse new life into the whole -ccmbtT 7, lt : a 48 td* tJ Orleans an-1 < U Djuiiy raa'tj ki the catwj ef lijward Eradfurd.Ritkird ( y S
Gunny Kentucky an-1
tv Sftutincl P !ADem'KTa} Jl-jianna Wing Bagrrin Rope Twine '
Bradford .
C i3C'> Bradford, and Th-onas ,*' Wm. P.Crab. .
tittfli01ll ':zving usdc'pondcot upon them ,Pvstem-oHlcers and *mn shonld Iw held to will 2i%> bsiiTfU nipcrilne Flour, Warsaw SliCs, Sea I.-laii-l Bayrin .tc, &e. But it U har'Hv! r.ecc0- -
Commercial Advcr.istT, Jacliouville Nfp, copy, Lpiru of LaFayette, heirs of John Jud-e, and > V 1 1rl
U
'4
with thtir higlier law not! ,os for our just eJnse necountnliility. should be brought together end forward bills to the Administratrix.Noiicc. ft Ocean sail to sj na.k ('f poods uncn: they must l W seen to >lhcr*. I will offer lu p-.blic sale! before the Court ;

:: ai: 'V $' ri/ W4 r4iriod; t* nsbv die Couhiitnti' more frequently for drill and discipline. 10 6 extra u Albion Peoria be appr.cuted. I'iase give GEO.rne a JL ealL J1EGLNNISS. II-Hii-e, i-i Tallaha.e on Monday the 6th day of January ; 4r

i. Ami Mbereas, the Abolition of die It is idle to talk of preparing our Slilitin for : (I U 3Iagnia November 1C, 18.0.
' ,,Inver&tl V t> Vy Whit Jie-itl on tlu6th" f tl-axn CITY EOTEJQ of South Eo .t qTirt,) in Towr hrp 1 North, flange IEnat.
jv 2 Smoked
aiW! to all!! the Stat(',, the citzi: n&of encli and Uegimental and DattaHion drill once carl:. IJeef Tcciguca, it'
ing Jji2L.L.Kinall: JIAHE wi'Ji Ni'lJk su-t l bridle Terms-CASH. Purcbaocra to pay for )rater'tiths. -
lay 1 cask Carolina Rice, (new,) TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.f'PIIIS _
having the ri jht la hung their properly iuto It is fompMy drill undt-raji efficient captninry on. r.o 1 two bun'lies r>f tobvco an 1 oap bunds of ClOth, 2 leg- ButU-r, EENJ. F. 'V 11ITNER, -

iu and to ust it theriiu, for aU iLe parpos tlist gives elBeiene}' to the soldier, there I hrtni21;rj ttt sic fwldle.; The OWIKT i- n-quwted to 1 ca3i Shod ler*, 2= Jinto well tho bands known of eatxb'.Lshniicnt the un.lerLn'I has! paed! NovcmTwr 231350. 46 It Master b Chancerr.

is and which lie learns the elementary of farwaril clianre nrrl take Leaf Lard : p_* proUS _-
of\vliic! property easceptiliie, prir.cif'lffs' Military I CotaL iirovo property pay 2 barrels i .pnetor. by wlw-m it will Iw kept es a Coara- Commissioners' Sale. -- >ii
: t'onrep i Las no more *igbt to deprive the science, and there he is prepared to engage ia her away. J. W. SAUNDCrs.DecemlK'r7)S50. Cbet"H, Tcbacco, A ii'k j Sweet Orange tc, fur inc; IIiui and HOUJ-P ct D>-rtai'Kiicn: b rnunrctl'/n -

OWIHTS of rfaves the lienefit of than to rx tlie intelligent dist Large of the higher and 4S tf sale by ALFRED E. HOC. with th" I1anrri IIotrL HM }w.raonl 'tperintond- ilAUY E. POST,
November SO. 18"A 47 tf cnce will Ix 'vcn to K.tli eutabIi.Lrnent-at either r.ZACUARIAII. "
i cluck tbc tnaimfoctures of Massachusetts, or more rt.mplicsted evolutions of the He nTnent- For Sale. O. FORT.
of Trli: htrav-li!! >is nnd! V rcor3 vnl\ find a hill of fan
the fotl.ni and rice of he South, is another al lriIL It is ever a source of rnortifiivitirm ,1 2! gallon Dcinijohn* rhoice, old JatcuacaRtsn, TAILORING.r 14 f th br t th.it] the market nnd l nfi hlxiriM-'*! will cfforJ 1)r virfns c.f a decretal order in Eqtarr,niada at

<>viJi-uv! of the deep hostility of the North to to the Field officer, when ctternptiiig hU forraati'ms -t3 22" P.dw Sh'-rry, | IlE sab'criher<"id! inlnnn t Ihe citizen of TalJL an.! \vill receive every attention that their comPOK 1) the last Trrm of Leon Circtat Court, we will offer

this! instinition of the South, upon which its to find his command ignorant of the 2 10 k's rich Clwrrv Douace, t
vcrv: i'xi .eiH'o is snsjivtwli'd. And iviiorpas, meaning even of Military terms, and conseqnen 2 20 ** IlrtllanJ Gin, rand resjiectfally solicits a share cl public lii the hilierility of the public for such a ihareif tho First Jlonjay in January next, the following
(ikt LarkLu
GS) bose rooae. Tist
pat pttrcnae n will rnabte him to Ins
t'te fnp'v; J dav> bill, tItwignd to secure to % ignorant and unprcp.ired to carry out iokcgaDurkahnt, Store oppoiite the Florida Exchange. of s,ettitj; sucli tablums! n sliall carry suuVr out 07 corupari putC East half of N<,rth Eh-'t quarter of Section 21 ;-

t'ri' >:otith, a ri rLt fuarauiit by the Conbtitntioi. successfully the simplest formations. This is 10 :Butter, (Garments cut to ordor. son\riih none others, and keep such (t4tabhi..lunents! as Went half trf North West quarter and West half cf

; haI I L'IMI tramj>l d under foot, violated not the course tlmt we pursue in training tit? 10 bbk. Butt -r and Water Croclsr!, JAMC3 SEMPLF- r.Jtll be worthy of tLe Capital of the StaU SouthV st quarter cf Section 22; all in Town-hip 1

and; itnli.tJ! \lay lie: J>oith, thus a<;ab evinci'U mind in other branches of study; rto" pirentwnnld 2 Pilot Bread, November 30. SW 47 tf S23,1P30. )L LAN IER.NoveiflIler North, Pane: 1 West, con aiiiir." '; 240' acres more orIe'.m.
20 Iwlids Ry ,comnmrJy known as the Fort Tract"This
i: t.ioir d* pj. and fettled hoetilhy to thoSdUtL think of en'enng his ton in n school Just received end for sale by Nsw Boot and Shoe Shop, 45 tf yale w ordcre-i to cCtct pnrtiti'n runon the

And whereas, the only hope of rei4iiiT where only the higher branches! of s<'i' ncewerg S. S. KNIGHT. T.7LLIILiSSEI FL.?. PLANTERS' HOTEL.BY lieir Tlie terms will ho. on-ti ird of the purchase .

<-j"fvfj!' the cHcroa thm'nts of the i.utrhtf.ire: he had acnni-od: a knoxtl- December 7,185?. 48 y.i.I rprIr.' underpinned would' respectfully( infirtn money arul coe year'* interest in Ca-Jt! ; the other two- I

oflis Yet i his Inentls and the public .- S. II. LAKI2E. thirds b two cqu&l annual i wu laiou'bear'so* 6 pr .
\ )fl "ontitu'iaual: ribts is to be edge ; sJpltaboi. \vt? find that in ; j gnc.7..ialvthat -
I ..'id il.kieu ti! bnuich of the soldier i is entesed fr StrayedROM he bai cntnmpnccd a Ut ot :nnisliop cent. bUrrest. PurcWser to par f.>r Conimwsioa. r J
fu: iJprOIfl orgaukatioa at : > study, '
/ tie Htdnlfr'it liote' taker titles. BENJ.'F. WlIITNER
the subscriber nt Ocklncknncej where he will make FOOTS ano g icj TN rein &n :friun .
one or two dys; (;tt iatcn-jUs of fix m'>ntj-J] :h[ P.av,about thc 23dnr) 24th November. S: .ufh> ot siiiri'| qu.iit! and torkroanship.L j r.ut !)lraiir in recotnnjerulHis io the AUG. E. MAXWELL, -

i1.1. it '\ :* MTed thnt we form ottri in a prinwrj school, and then placed on t* c hri-ht sorrel IIOR E, 14 'iT 5 hancNhijrh. : d.ine in the neuter manner, ar.d at --- -t'ul>Itc Mr SI LA-viCR.a rattiuanbav- OSCAR A. 31YER;}, ra..

; .- !.1 :i .' I.htAcrntin unie' field of Battr.llion drill for i3je purpose of mastering very thin and f' aie, with long Jez and a the khorttot tioiice. T. M. U tAS.Noeniirer inj; the bfit ot I expei if nee and popnl.irir in can C&snmi.iaioners.
: white s.iot in hi* face Any information \vill bethankiollv ZtO, 1 liO. 47 5* !tn tin:; a pab'.ic houw, and who. I am well sured, November 23, 1S50. 46 6t SentbeL
l-iiitV. ..' i MaiitUUiiil ad call the principle8 of ts and
< : > we higlier more j rerrived, nr if required, suitably paid (ci will not lul Lu LTive the most entire sii'actim! f/

41r)9 tinIHOJJI} oi\n-i-y: C;eitv,in the State eom1lt"ated] duties. This has always struck bv the subscriber,at Quincv. Notice. toy oJ! pitruns: ,anil othar Who mjv rail upon him Leon Circuit Conri-InZqtity.

t ) hy a idij tLeir parte as-wirttions snd orprj'i' my mind as an absurdity, and cr.a never fail J. L. SHIELDS. \ LL persons indebted to the ra'at" of .\!eaidrri. A" A. flSIEri.'orprnhu.r Wm. D. ifowelttT, Adra'r. of S.im"L Parkhill deceased

: ,- for the pruVTtnn of Southern Riglits U prove a source of mortification both to the D.emrr! l 4% \ktttmlate( the Ounly of lliltsborongh. in n. rcvt. 41 vs. 4'lHt

and .Southern lu>titaUuas.AHTiru officer and soldier. {Six days in the year, at Sale of rJcgroe. li.c *Uae iKlorida, deec-awtl. are desired to taskimnie'flitepajmeiii *- N o t ice.w1ihlioc Union BJU& t-f Florida and other?.

i. Ti of the Association intervals of(st) under the direction of <>f t lie same to thr underirred i rURSUANT to a decretal orJerof Cornrt In t'wL
e name days, beiildT! cahon the first r.f Jinn- eitl Tinder the nzrov
TT/'ILL day Cxeriinrif said vtatc. A I p rjtin?, a* well al* TnEcr.rnrtnersJiip above I will offer at before thte
cause public .ae.
fhjill l he li.c Southern Kight* I'woaf Asncia- well t'Jnplined and qualified captains, nr y V V ry next at Q'l'n i cy, the (('nllowmc nerrnew, to I lit- |tier .''iul K'aees! namfl in t tlula<>t will sod csUnion' I LL & PJIATORIUS, w this iay Court-Honse in Tallahassee, m th'frst Jfondxy in

in of lliaehs Cross Roads and Nathri mid will lie iffii'iMit( after a while to qualify it : &im. met,, aired abrut 25 years, and Man a ot :aid j
p the above fmi will call anrf settle with J. R
Bridge, Its ohjoct sliall' be to aid inrnnrrn seeuinz the R ldirt'"> perform creditthly 4ie evolaions grlated ISyi-ir* : the prop.rfy cf tha estate ot G. | said e-ta'e! are rfritsli-d|: (to |>rsnt the s.niie to th will plcac of the said Sonil Parkliil!. L.'caued, viz:
A. UiUvorth.ueceawrf. Bull,wbb uttcai to the settlement of tit> concern.
the dare here
of action, J between the of this of the |Mope t tjind \V. S. DTL\VORTff Adm'r.Derembrr J. B CL'LL, t
of, or this notice '.%ill be plead in bar of any sni<*riclaims.
east bait cf wuth-c: an/1 the ve't half cf
otc- Southern; Htates, for the protection |I quired, and tho beuutbs of the system of lac- 7, IvIO. 4 4t TH<;MAS p. KENNEDY. J. ritETORIFS, the north-east caarttr efSecti-Hi rjuarter tlrce/ ((3)). Also Lota
of SiatheniInstiiatinn and the vindication tics dovel" ed to tae mint! toe recruit i ELLEN AiARTIN JTcTcsr.lxT 15,1850. 45Q'159
!; ars r> 6 cad 8 ia Section fjur. 4) and Lots 2, 3,5,6 and 7.

of SituUi. rn JligUs. to pr<'serve and protvcJ j jI'lo | but wldom fail to take pleasure it, and Notice. Tinna, Pa., Nov. IS. 47 12t Executors. flcwrd.TTAV1 ia stl.thtn nine, ((9)) all m Towcship two ((2. north

Ctir.sutiiti'iu, in its pmi.y as die bais of 1 when it becomes to him a rfleasare. the difficulty rrtno of t decree nf the Madison Circuit "rcoticciA Ran e one ((1.) Trt, con2mincr oni thousand acres,
C4luIt. tit full, we will! oftVr forj-ale on the r been inSirmt"! that on the CTeninjj! c-f the lake Jackson.
I more cr lyira on
tie'! Federjil zud i an-1 he es.
Compact, Jheonlyfoandation I ovor, no longer approaches fn$t ;Mv>f.<.Uy in Janury nest,t helmet of Laud (coniaiut LI person having rl nrr-i oeainst the estate ot( ri seventh mf N 'Venihcr. at abort nine o'clock.firemen North-can quarter of Section ?. T. 1, R. 2, N. and Tl

on M hifh the Union of &e States was made the fioli I of drill with di pleasare.WitJi : ,* abuut Kdjfiacre) near Taiofa Madj womoa named 5IATILDA. I E. aU N. W. qartcr 3, T. 1. R. 2. N. and K

or Miv uld 1 lx> preservcd.ITI I a good system of Coatt MaHial, fre- Fionda, whereon the late John J. Byw* reside! di.ceatj1 la. well as all creditor*, lezrfees, and pert .Trh reside the ixwhtf DJack Crwk.and W.LaifN-W.ar.er !. 1R,2.N.. E.

\ : LK IL-Every friend of the SouTh qut (! s for eomnany drill, and an efli'4enttapthiney 2 t.e said tract i is highly improved having a dwelling t snn eitlrd;| to distritiulinji. are hereby nt'tifiedtiipnseni *tile! two ff her diiiJren the one a girlnamcu JUDY, 1 SjtitL-east q'iurtt :4. Vt. 2.R.2.N. II
house and ail nerewary out bui1din.A.J. their claims, proppjlv aticstt-d, within twf .i'l I about 15 year, very b'xk: c'tmpV\i q1:,i* an 1 jI1baifS.c.qnarter S4T.2K2N. E.
vhn to oat the MUitia of Florida beqtrali.'ied i
IF jireparod ro-oporfite iaeajtrying sonn
may bOZIEU. CoJQm's ; years,jrtheirclairis \\ill I lip fort-vpr barrel! ; and all well croism, the otlwr a ixtf pained CIJ AULES, a"c>l ( T<*. half N. K quarter I' 54, T. 2. R. 2, N. E.
1 1 r 'ij. ct n; the first nrticie fihsll be *, ,ntH. to meet any cmorgon-j' which ('IP VANS RANOKLL, } arsPeromb"r pcrsu.r indebted to the said e.tae will make immediate about I >rar% of a ra'h-r ?Avr\ cnmplexson. I tere-: South-west q iarurAs 55, T. t. It. 2. N. E.n .

rrd :; mcinlt ol i.iis Afisootatian, ajwaia jLanKtj'jraber of soldiers could meet under 7, IslO. 4v 4t (Sent 4t) jjvmeat. by offer m reward of one hiudtbi! .klbrs Lr the recovery o. Nnrb-eLt quarter T. 2. R. 2, N. E.C3 .

the aiti"!<3A.A any nrrnmr-tances. ELLEN: M. CLAP.K, Everntris.IlilsSiroush of tie children and conviction of ihihW .. & alf::. T5T. quarterS T. 2, R. 2. N. E
GominiLted to Jc.ilX C .'int%, N< v SiMsao.17) M Tir. II. C. SANDERS.rm < th-eart 33 T. 2.11 t 2. N. E.
Tjf i.:: 1 1 L-Any member tnnv irn I hold further that promotion to fi'Jd oS- w quarter ,
M nlic llo. JeflTers-in Cminty, Florida a ( &T MaJI Norh-w
hy w !iifxinjj his de frn to do sn ia uniting ecs should lie through the lower grades of cg ACAPD. JMXTORn quarter
t2 JL. negro ma i, Hojf 2>i sears 4| aze, \\ ho s-ay* South LalfS.E.qr.c.fir.Hqr. U 34T.2.R. 2.N. E.
addr sK'd in the Presi Jeut of this Association. commis j > i slo Ch.irl*s f .>v\- -\ /TK. rtX K. 1
| mv mind the most rr-srKmwblo ono, i-i the Mi- eli, uf .1etrcn Ciiijnly. S.iid nesjr i* about 5T JA I. call lhea'tnti mi>t 'ri.2ers and Ihfot citiieT ::;o'-t'nbf r, C31850. 40 tf S1on-i'rnfSrr U Zi\ T1LX. TL

ARTirtT: IV. -Toe officers of this Associatinn 1 litia in the time of peace, it is there thai i 4 or i i inches high, lus a far near one ot tin >vebrnws Ta4ahas eeond iN vicin fy. to tr,e lat* isicc.s.1! Li.dizozL Female Seminary.crta *" S.1T.2.R.SN' E.conataaia1 .
; commtMi*) on Satnrdsv last. Hi* owner i i' :m'rtnnt4 in hi< tJ'i U rT nn !(.5 sdxtcfn Lnndred acre ,-raore or Lee. crmmonlr -
phaU be ftrsirfenttwo Vu' Prvsidents of the !
a e j acquired a tnotilnlga practically ueI repeated I take him w'v. ml! pay cbmjeVJLLlM *. L phlfialtt-ry. Ar.d it afior.U him excw clti Kl ntTer of thl limitationrill IH> UI 'in fhi known as Sprinyanfxl,the late re-S Jonce cf Gen.Parkhill. -

otio recording Secretary,three Corresponding I tails of Military trnimnjj and dicipline. and j \ WES f. Jailer.Dpccmhr l>i>-4rr in aii'it-uiicin-j$ ; !' .>' he ha a? f>rialed liin I fir; -;t Thurdiy in January n st, aaJ cloee oa the i &-aseL

Secretaries and a Treasurer, to be chosen aunually '! lie-w the npecrEitv of tV.os? who aspire to 7, l SO. 4S It I il !!i c.artti.rhu'; ) ili! Mr J. W. Perkins, late Itt Tlmriv in June. These lands will txs oITcrc-i b each sul livision? as

) at tile anniversary of the Association, 'higher Military dKtiuction beglntuagtl e1. "J, New York. T'lo Lailiand! Gen'l *men are in\- The new b'li! !in j i3 ercrJei anJ tnTI be prrf in complete sliall cppear tot jntlk-if.us at tLri time cf?ala. The

v-liit-h officers shall constitute an Executive i uc .lion in the scliool of experience a'id dis- Notice. ;ifi\ to nil and examine f lie :.:nero'M SuCi1fl3 helnii17 order for the reccp'bn of pupil* befi-re the beinnius terms wiH be onr-third cash, and the balance on a

( J PPLIC ATiON will b* made by the onrlersian, d the etce'lenc" ot hi* wnrkmanahp{ a* enarii ': 'if tit Teroi. With this ad'JifirjJ baDdinj, credit c'un'e anJ 1w> ':ear*, tcith interest. Pcrchasera .
'oami1t.: I I fipline Tonnar gentleman who seek IiKtary /JL *ix wwk nlJer date, lor Iftter* of a
ASTI.E V.-We plt-dgs ourselves to each fitinttifl? not! nl< ne for its glitter nnd show .,n on the estate i>f
t'.i r thai while we remain raembt-rs of this j 1 but from a iletite to become usru!, will not WYLCY.Quincv oth
: A< :K iitian, we will enti'uly oUsconnect onrfr"lvcK hit? to take tilieir risa from thAi linmble! December 7, 1'O. 43 tl tent bin wheel, fi" celebrilcd ii-r the be.;>niii.j : particukr-v see Circular Cutalogutt.I Xorember- 1550. 45 7t
j 1i'tsh a.d finish it c\vr\ to the >>Ute and {MCtarc.nlililerains ; may be had in private ttauliss in the town, ,
from the two great political parties, a"tli' I itotih! honorable school, and those who an Notice.SX all (boil. maik- aid scratches gn.idu biIheordoary (coin $6 to SIi> per luoata, (ixclusAve r.f muLiin; end Notice to Creditors.IN t

.v at pra c ji coast, atid Uat wo will not ;1 1 >r> prouJ to rtfgn there, sive doubtful cvi-ii nu-thodo handbuAn: We feel ;Ueauri lights.) lUrnr.i in the Iiistitiraon, ficlusivc o? lig'uta

xo'.o for r.nv man for an oiico of tidier honor i donr? of tt.e Hormrable Jud '' of Pr >afe in and for the
li.U fliaMi-nnu-nt? are *-*'.jl rn beauty, richness cl Nararct Cutler. AUoj'x of Tlioa.J. Latham,deceased-
.
or ir not krinwn t* be the 1 be r.ll'iwrd Uike W. PARUAVORK,
prniit, WKI : > opena'lj to advantage of tlie cirenmtstincA Coontj ol Jefli'Mon, mr letter of dmi 'Mon and di -
h and in d'ira.ht lo that hi- .
ran
lon atifini \ any PresiJetit &urJ of Tra-tces. v.*
zttlo'-SR advocate; of SMratVrn Rigrstft. ii of weilt'i. family or inluenceto( defeat rharge asEiteiBtor of the last wIs! and testament ofOwnezer .
I jir 4nei'ji North nr S -Hh. Prirlicubritle'ifir.ti siv IL Z. Asms Secretary. IL K. "W" Anircws, Admr.of James Barry, deceased, -. r
AsTir .s VT.-Wo further pledge our 4ves, 1 the rlaimn of tliov who hive, by arduous Fu! ora, late of said County, dt-cca-d ei |> Ih*armnsrjsent taraily sroup ; iiken.43rs i>- Jfovember 2:t, 185t> 4& tfSslcst pr

vp wilt!!! in all cases give the preferenc4 In our I SGTVJCC btlow, qiuilified themselves, for usel'ulness All per-ons herein intertslcd, ale !iciciv n.ififd ac- chiklrea acccralelv taken in a fe-r irtonda. "f Jv purs anca *'rn irk? t-f the Ccnrt ma.Ie bI thi4I.
cor4nriv.! HARDY MOuKK.JeTerson .
ariiel'V of BouOir-rn Mr.nnfactur JOHN$ R. LLOVD, cause on Satt-rd.jv. the 9th November, lS3Opotic, :--
jMirrhavR to a')ove. Tiiis figgestion i is in accordance / County, December 7, 1* 30. 4S 6mStitc J. %v. PF.HElXS.f School fcr Yottag Ladies, Qnincy. .
be creditor
: and that wa will deal viH those Ierrhmt -! with Military uv {r.cronentllv.. and I see no 'lIE iirxt ee4'n of this Irnt'irction; trill wraiasDce B hrrpbr given to nil peraons claimitarto -t tS
1- Tho'e who hnve a de-ire to become matter cftnejirt of Thomas J. Latham, rr of th<' Ute firms ef Lnf haaA
who purchase tlirir {jooJf ia Soat'aeniiu : rpon w!,;.' we sl-d: ; c'in.-v'itlit, *' .in e\fejition of Florida. wi'l' nave an exrllenJ i b> np- I on the fir't ilon.-lay hi J.xnnarv, 1851. For particnLir 5IeKmn an"I L2ban & Rirry, to present their

.'s, i ii: preii'rencc Jo the who {3o? North to to t1!" rule. \Vhtevcr nny be the concla-ji' MADISON CIRCUIT COL'RT-IN CHANCERY.i'JQSrva I l\f5; at our Dayuerrcsi Rr< !fi OUT C. Barnard's see printed Circular, JOSilVA ir r ji-nrp of rilELPS.Qaincr the Principal claims Sir al! )wan<*a, before me en
Jay in their Bupj&en, and that we will patron I ehall ho.e} a an humble recruit to 52e the Milifia Placid, )j) Dot Store, c*,rner of Muncie and Clinton lrett, NoreoiLcr '3, 1R5L 43 6t dir. of Jaunary next
ize no Merchant who shall urchisegoodsfroui j organised and that spoedi'u*. M. > Bill for Divorce. Mh e insirnclioT si ill b- eiveii, on literal teim-. EEI. F WL1TNEIi.

any bGue the partner w partners of uiueh CORPORAL Lewi Florid. ) wits !the' Ijle-j'id new improument in Chcmic.I- iOtlCC.A1IE Dated&tb Nov., 1F50 Master fcf Chancery.
FT aipea'in* to the sAtisfaclinn ct the Conrf by &c. Noxcrabt-r 1*. ISoO. 45 7t
nrc attacl.el ta the aboUUon prcty, or kno\vi; pp J affvUvit! io Oiiecauw filed I thii, uewi 14 Florid, the :npr.hr ."0. l jc-c. 47 If .J' to the PlaRtntion of Colonel B.P"Wlitner -

to t-viujjatliisp with them in their efforts tcdc OBITUEY. Delendaut, rejidf* bpvond the jiirHJic'irtii; p( tbi lkrU; : on Like Jtckwn, on the ludi Pilaster's Sale.BY .

;t oy our lntithiimi. Died, on TTediieday? murug.' Nov. 27th, at h.rt rs.I Court, out of the State oi Florida, but within the Carriages, Bujgies, Saddles, Hornet, 6c. _U2 ..f XovcJiber, a pr*y MARE. rJxmt four virtue of a Derreia Efj-ii!', in Lorn Circuit 4 4.

ARTICLE VII.-'Hiis Kot-ieiy will hold its I United States: vcar old of orJiairy finsridi dark mane and tail, Court, n-: irxxs tw r thi place, 2 6 and 10 raonthn.Mrs. D. E. HULL
agoJ years It it OriJsreil That the aId uid ba.1-l IT we anJ i L- gcntlo.
| Lewi Florid do an.j eye very IVmbry, and the Ur.ii'n Hank of Florida,
repular meeting, on the last Moihv in every nCXBlETTA BHQOM3, wife ers, th* follow-; properly

ninntli and such otlier meetings die Execu- J&aoe E. Droor.ic j |>Iant within three montnx, or said Hill will be tjk cicP---.4-: : S. t* Brii-k Buil
live C "nnnitte* may call Ia the di eewtatKi, wiiicli lias thm snJdenly rut off "i jtfii confiwo azainst saiil Defendant, and that s.iL- sai.. three $nfndid? four--e-it ROCKA- c'nirrxEiL fre the Court lloaie in Tallahassee S'ondjy the
AnncLu VIIL-The Association shall ttio cd'irc 1 lie set lor hrarinj at the flAt Term of saul WAYS, a ppl.nJid lot vt BUGGIES, wnh or without twcnib.'r. :;''V). 4S tfCcntrsvillc second day ot fH-cersber rxt.. vz: i
appoint in the pr Jno and vigor of Ufa, one so truly loved, and Court the xecnnd Mitmliv M rt'Lo .
in HnmlItaclcrvuy fhe cf Tallahassee1
ddtsgatc-s to other Southern As. i on rcli nest : tops, liiirPEDLAU'S WAGGONS one Ton Pin lc > S7.m ciry
iits jastiy rc.'pecifid, how impressivc'y dot the Trarning j .lad tl in farlhtr Ordernl, Tnat this Older, be ; vu'-h harness complete, which will be sold Grs3rs.nnilE the eas sntle of Munro sired brfTinj torjv-t to feet i

H ciatioifi: Ckjnveufitins, or Mass Meedagsin I] vcire of God admori4 iw of the awful tu crtaiaty ofj j ml,litif>d, iu s'):ne public t CWp3er; printed in the very L-w. CENTREVILLE GP.EYS ara ordered to front.by eighty feet I indeptli-an ctegiale lot for buMIneM. -
this or other Southern States whenever the State, week for three .
once .1 rnomhs, and that the jj : -AUO- JL _
life and bow forcibly art1 tre retnimded of the vxbartatiuuii met at their parade epround at PJ grh, on the second -
j
r Complainant take teiiranny in tIe West half ot{ Lots No 75 and 77.in the
thf
\ecutivc Committee shall deem it expedient, can* OLD STAND Hiorais Al33!
the HtulJiags.Sa b
At Saturday PveniLeinext, at 10 o'clock, A. XL,
whch this wie Set hoise in
I fpuuk on : thy THOMAS BALTZELL, onsrinrl pha of TalUha- : on Trl rh there are a
for its interest or purposes, or when the As- Jud2e.Kovcmbffr IJIt*. PruHtas, and lartiwicu! of a va- eparwl! to return thdr arm t>the comnvinJin officer.
order fjr ihoa rfwJt die, und out lir&Be aL>o 2.., l&so. convenient dwelling [mouse aid other imprnveni.'r.tstrfintjE
sIt i1U3:3: at any meeting shall to direct ye 9tL: rietv of t-tjl.1*; llarrewof all d-eripiniw: "Die arm nest be in good opler with all ncccs.iry Clinton .
A true copyAttrt. T-TO iluadred Foot arid streets.A
-
road, lor know n<-wbra the time 1*. Truly di they win be received. ?
ye not
flulw Pnh Fmm Curru Trim- repairs, or
AcTirtc IX.-There shall be a conuaiitoeof C. L. CARRUTil, Clerk. Axe Sprac. 2e; o. one Nesro woman named FJtTti! ,thirty jea:. s.
Saft'ty and Vigilance consisting of fire c
mainbare tJ l lnted l the Pre deat etui frieuds, did not Christiji'i (Uhli cmibla tltooito December 7, 1 50. 43 3m e i- tcn toijiJtlic-r with sdl uethcr riiclco required '- T ELIOT, ctaLri.v -Tf i ins-Ca h. rurchjxn1 to pay for ilasfir'a ti.tl.i.
>e nnj;> 1y ,, ; :;.trrnTtc. Oimkrly.
inhithc.N F. TVIHTNEK.Octr .
EENJ.
rxmetxatu: the vel an1 to tl
wn! -? dut it ehuu be to detect cmi we o "green j ujtarosani uk-tie tritli November 23, 18Z0. 4C 5t
report, the still water State of Florida. IL ltepiiri"4 despatch.yljrcm 'cr 25, !<=.">). 4'3 7t Ulster in Chancery.Administrator's .
prosrf nil ittemit3ag to where they trust rfw is at test; '.icr 23,1850.; 4C tf
jwrsoas ; corrupl
MADISON CIRCUIT! COURT-IN CHANCERY JOHN PRATOIUUS
naJ to IJCST timt rojafrnraliccTcn TS)hicli alt3i, "Bc. Sale.
our s-r! : to di'cauaatt abolition, to produce .
I risubirdiaaiiia, or oth-nnse iuj: iir; the ed are the tlca-1 shidi die i b His I jri* At nn early JVUrtharj..Devlt, Bill for Divorce.illim Brought to Jail [or run LATE rrni OF urtr. ti rILILTOIUCr,) HONDA, the SOth darof Dtrenabfr, 1850.

)oaeoiiba] enj.lyment ofar oinetio iUUita- age, tieJlcatod to thin wlio gave tier b-jiuj,-our dvj- V. Dvalt. >f PA. J.r$ Tallaliav 0:1 the 20th in-t and, n ne-rro ,ni.J l lie., '.2 2 TOtLD jnjr1fl bi ricuh and the pthhEcri. ON will srell.at puliic Acctu, st the plantation,
U .1 U th.it he
ptred! Mt; >n-J beautifully exejiii.lified, b all Iho relation FT anpearinjlo the!
of Uftf, the holy cal gloiiias faidi wluch so roa- L divit in I his cage filed! that William. D'valt, .$!J n i5t.J Thonuis Tutkt r, c.f W&kulLi dark County.ioidoecro .- :. .by: C, IL BieoL end auliiinii the rtcre 1at1yuu'cupied north of Tallaliassoe all ltd personal property belonging -
AIZTICLtT'ui Consliluii'sn be about five foet hili
% may anvi liu t. Dleit negroes,) consisting, iri
J J at any regular maeliag, by the vote $kthUy iirnfashcd. May the sarvirin rclationnn diclionol! thi< Court, and nut of the State: o' Florida, JOHN JL KHObES, Jailer. to attejntl f-> tire calls and want* of thoi XIK> may be part, of following artu-Ies: f I-. I.
I
Ct a ? ij-i.ity of all the mnibers of tho Associfi'iou. the iflwLrt uf Lunentati*, reuicm\erci\ % with j jy (jut j in "mc other part of the United StaiN( : mber SO, 1830. 47 tf tlispo'ed to j.tIiI2' hinn ia hi- lint cf busine'i .. 10
: "tli exc1lent pjmt" of (*nr dejwrtc-J friend, derive It ii Onlrtrd, That thsiid William W. Devrlt Hha* r %eiveil, by the bite prrivftL n choke' arZJnTjil1 8')0) or H)W bu.heIc f Corn, ** ,.

Mr. C. LToeto3 then fw their co: sojaii a arid support from the n a mble an-1 do appear and an wrr iid Rill of Cotujiliir.r within Southern Uutcal Life Insurance Company 'lf 1tctiuUa, A largo qtnn'itj of FodJcr, t
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na e a pertinntroma
three months. or aH Cill will be taken fro eanfcusoarain of Louisiana.HxYING j'attftGrx>ds ; alto, a yrntral asuortatfiit of About 701c31tn! TTee.
iiv i-i regard to the object of the AssociJU well ro-inJcd h'-pe tlat what to them u 1oq, to her t said Defendant end that thr catwe be et for been appointed A cut for the above Com '.1EADY-Jf411.C CLOTHIXG.AH eO Stock H z-. : T

,m, and the duty of aH true Southern tnen. is I ctrrna1?gain? K-iringdurirg IhcnextTerm of said I airtin March '! deeming it uuiwct'ary to dicuA the of -which I fiattor myself: are equal in style arv.l llKfhctwlof Sheep, e-_

The foilouiug gantl nea then Iwcaraemcmberr Dlcxl: of Plcorir, b this cjty on thsIllj hmt., JOHN ne\t : impt'Ciuicc: and advantage of the mutual insurance quality, .f ml il is ftfrtl.rr Drdtretl. That tfiis Order He praoble, would respectfully to'icii the coa ulcrationcf 'ranrkuL Plantation ntcnJfe of every de?cnptlun,sncliif. as Wag!
\u : P. JORDAN of Bertie N. C. f.Huidiii this II> will give portiCTibr etteu-
County, : It aiay afford hlNhed in some public in I hiM f TalLha.! owl infnrmatun Carts Boilorj & ic.Ttrrns .
nevsnaprr ptintwl th Uea. Chairet tion to hU Inisinc f, hopes a
]r., TCliaLvs, S. W. some < ratilir.atitn to hits ditiuiit relatives to know that s'ate! once a week for three months, aid that Comflainant relative to it,con be obtained br cabins!! on the -Cash en all sums trrlcr one hisrlred tlolbrs n.

Roach, John Urown F. Chaires, Kdwa.rdHciustuuti th'1gl2 h
Jos Chaires, Joiathan Rober- < ; his illats* every uttciitioit which friend>Up THOMAS BALTZE'JL, Judge.! Nu)1tntber : 1850. 41 tf cot year, upon natvry st-cnrUy being given. All 3
son, J. U Tompkiaa, C. P. Chairps, IIV.. Oetner! IC, tSiO. Notice notes ti' bear btjrest a*, rnte of 8 per cuit All recopitscd -
could !eiovr.. -
B.Nortli .
A true -Atfc? copj Groceries Fruits &..c.TITS" agoiitt as
Lang, George Tixi, Ilicliard Ilauter, W'illisCruerati. t-. Carolina; papers plc.asc l copy. C. 1,. CARHUTr Cleric. TK horelrr glv-i that the following! rwl rtac of An- cash.

By M. A. CAHR TH, D. C. rireivcd per Schr. W. I:. PETTES from New 1 drew F, Ocabeth S. art 1 Htratio C. MTthcrs infant N. K On came u.Ty sn-1 at ame place, ft L.u. proSi-

Owing to the inclemency or tiovcather, Odd Fellows Celebration. -r w 7. icm. 4* 3m J O&j1.r.F.tra heirs of Horatio C. \75thtr, deceased l, to wit: bit ei-'lit or ten likely Ne rt>e, Vul be hired out fur 1,

the attended. Floor, ), Na 1 Soap, Lot* 1, !. and'S, in fractional Section 20, and Lot 2, lS51toLLjbt t Ntkr.JOSEPH 4
niec'ting was not fully CST ToE Aurai erfary *f Leon L-io 1 USE received uud for tla by C. C. BIRD i CO., Oi in fractional Section 21, all m Town-hip 2, North! of BRANCH. )
The Association then elected the following i if IU) barrels real Mercor Potatoes
't'f L O. O. r. No. 6, will be fckbrated oa"s.mtv $r.r Canc1lo Li'rnini, Aunra. '
1 West.r. described in the books of thtf Lair JAMES IL BBAXCH
officers Tk 12th instant An Oration will 5 IK'J* RUfterW (ro heti Butter, Hinge J ii
viz: >irJay, t' Sujar cured ITom, Mahiga Crapemi, ;
Office of the United Statefcr tb! District of TalUlia November g,, 135a 44 to
J. llobursyn PrcsLlent Messes J. Chalrce be delivered )Ivfure the Lud o ia thc Presbyterian 10 bjir\e!* MnmmfiTh Ouiom, B'ltcr arid Chticse,, _
!ec, nil !*'in* end being in the Cotri'v r' Tcn, and
Church l A E. MAXWELL 11 o'clock A. M. S qa-ortcr barrels freJi caught Na 1 Mackerel, F.$4uhi > half BozcSaarod 'ICfc
E. y E'.q., at thoulder i n Plantation and Negroes for Sale.
lloutsoun, Mce Prj. id.-nt*. C. P. Ciiairos, Th half '4 4. U j AUn State of rkr'aJa. will be sold to the holiest bidtler, atpublic
public i* pit/iiy) incited to ntlenlBy ''mt a iidvPlniiis ap. before, the Court llott door, in Talkha- [ITIE nn.lers ncd ors Lur sale a valuable
iecretary and Treasurer,S.V.. Uoadi, Houstoun o'der of the Lud November 23,1650. 4ft N.Sriar U p'unta- :
a.J. see, on the-first Jl'nvJay fn Janunry, A.I). 185L The _1. ton. lying b 3IaJL-oa County Flof itla, near tto ::4' .
and Secretaries WAYLES BAKER l dar Rock Candy,
Tornjikins Correspojidiiig Secretary.DcccmLer Chi-iihiI
,
Lost Uav Ford the
of Mislaid. terms will be mado known OQ the of rele.By Sandy on Ocffla River. .The plantation con-

*, 'F. Ii. Cfoures, H. A. Ling, J. Cuairesl 7, l&io.ef NOTE bearing date somo time ia 2 848,mndo by 'Ri(%C.ife.; Bale Applu A.E.IIOC.MM *, Lc &v. : order (>f J. mes E. Eroome, Judg of I'robatc fur tass? f.OO acres of land, one hiftj IreJ of which are cleared 14' 1 '

\\l: Tf*=is>t. and 1?. Chaires, CoiumHlea olipilance A Ii G. :Waring, payable tu Isaac It. iLlltrLoariiiS Bt,by next; door South of Btrry& Howies, the County and state aforesaid. airl under good ffpce. Uprt the prwriscs nth a tf

_* CW"Regular Meeting Jaoltson Lodge, interert nt right recvtit, fur ?1S5 25. 16 is.o. 45 tf CAEOLIX3 P WHITE.IIAilDSX coTn.ortabc! dwelling house, out houM,and an orrhai dwell ?

The following gentlemen tlien p No. 1, than uijrbt, at ilawaic 1ML Brethren November 10, 1850. 43 4t LR. MILLER.P. it1)eT A. YVIIITS, stocked with apple, orange, pojieh, a->1 fig trra.
were' ----
pointed lij the i'rcsiier.t: Committee of Vis.uors np-. ..i3 w youruiiM;in the atv are rfHially"invited. C. C..BYRD 6 CO., Xoveml 23,lC 45 4t Guard-ana. dJfMunthe place w n goo a
CHARLIE
7. rituatnirt
Doc R DYKE, JrrcIary. P. LEWIS wheaMiy and well watered. There w avery
to the Cvutrevillo Association, viz: .. WIl( make very liberal advance- on Cotton : R. B. HILTON, : be.tutiM lake directly M front of the 4wchhirbonM -r -
Dcatist .
Local Tallahassee, Florida.OOKa tojheir Iriendajn New V rk. Ocl 19 _
Mwsrs. -
Houstoun B. 0. A. MTIU !Eie4 law Tallaliassce Picra. t\, -
Chaires and F. : .p ui the nw Imildj inmiedi- _.: -.Attorney at '
Chaires. mGN: ; ; ittlj East of the Post Office, here ADVANCES made on Cotton ahippd IC-He will proaecufp Claims for Land nnder ALoa family of ebht ncrnea.G..A.. -' 11t

U then Iciag moved that Iho TallahasFce bow; r CITY hc will Lo found, ualena ,kmaUYengcd. C'to lfclbrook''Nel '.nNc\T York.hy N. t he :ate flotzotv Lnd Elilt. t.r( ain .deri>rora. -. -. '. MciiTi ir.iorernbcrlG,185Oc
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141ers be r jmted to inlHUi the proceed- ;occini*; '4 &itember Z I&o. 5 Octh4 10* IWO. 41 Fi II. FLACG 'eniti.bnT ". October 19, IS V>. 41 ; ,4)sr P9.1

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/: I Tax Collector's Sal STABILITY-SECURITY-PERPE7 CITY. r IUJMOVAL.FRESH i !cgal l rtiitInmt3 Receiving from New York9

:Ic) .floriMiw & Journal. jr__._t_|_._ i FULL assortment! of Staple:
Goods
vhtne of the ve.-ed in me by law: 1 A md
: 'f power Ur
rica
in <*
BY $100,000. Circuit. consisting part: of e-
SUPPLIES Middle
.1 have levied upon and shall expo for sale, before ; Brown Shirtings and
'j PUBLISHED };VCR\ SATURDAY EVENING. the Court door in the city of Tallahassee MUTUAL LIFE' LEON COUNTY-IN EQUITY. Sheetings.
THE INSURANCE
: lou: CO. & JAMES. haTing removed tn the .. Bleached do. do.
\ ,on the first Monday in May next, the following 35 MARSHALL Tallahassee Rail Complainant, Wood and Willow Calic 055'
: TERMS : OF SEW YOBK-SO. WALL ST., Store and Waiehou.c Xo. 5H CAMP Roar Company, Ware,
will the Slats
properly, or eo irueh thereof as pay
I TiE if paid inadvance. and Courly Tax due thereon for thi It50, and VJET Accumulated Finn], :;ov. ht.l IslO, 900L ,_ street are now opening a Iarre anti} cnln11ltock of vs. Wooden Buckets and Tub,
: DOLLS per annum, : tar \ invested in BonJ FOREioy 41.YD oxEsnoj/tr Y GOODS, Richard Hayward, Georze K. Walk, Union Bank Fancy and Common Soaps,
THRKC AXD A nir, if paiil within ii i1 tnonll.s. all incidental expenses, to wit: 009 securely and Mortizesjn of Florida Rarbutt R. Betton and Elijah While,
to \rjlch| thev ask the attention of Ute antI l (.oun- Sperm :Adamantine Candle
inlhi and City j
real city Brooklyn
Foil ) I All! that tract parcel tlf land kn\\.n as Forbes' estate and *focks
Defendants. Brown and Loaf 11
JJoLLAu.iflolpaidunt6theendofhe'ur o and of : York and try Trade. 'Their supplies (which ore replonisheJ by Sugar,
of Ihe Slate City ew. UuitedStates
Purchase within the limits ol Leon containing -
k .zl 83-Theoe tetms'i"e rigidly adhered to, and I County Government.This cvcryjunval) consL now, in part,of IT appearing from the alleati,nsof Complainant's Nails. Spanish Ciz us, assorted Candies 11
no paper xvill bt! dil until all arrearages arc 142,7vO acres,more or less, said to belong to I lund is rapidly increasing a 100 pieces IjiglLJi German, and French Broad Cloths, Bill, which are verified by affiAvit, that Defendant Rio. Laguira. and Java Co(Tee. '

i paid, iinlonsat the option el the ) hct. Sub I the Apalachicola Land Company. MrRAENY and business. widely extended 200 J'l: and fancy styles of Caimvre, Elijah White "n not a r,id nt of the State of On hand-A supply Kentucky Bagging *

ecribrrs will be received for three months at One D. The prospeious declared dividend of profits of fiftytwo OO" Satinet, Florida, but reside* in the StatefGeorgiasothat Rope, Flour, Bacon, Rice, !Unr.rtarf'd ant 11 aT, 1 i
TJX Collect01 Leon Company
;t V"lhr-.i\ months at SI W. g'e order ('or ttiept County. 20 cases Kentucky J'nn.a. trtctl mixtures he cannnt be served with process of subpana : Lant, .c. JOHN I i
all e"i ting policies the 3lst McDOUGAl
be wilb November P, I<:1)i 41 t t4 percent on on It is Ortleretl That Defendant, Elijah Orof, :I. T .
;'er mt of tUI county% mu the cash, uItJ the order comes through any or our Tax ,Collector's Sale. January 50 yellow, green rel} blue, nnJ white Flannel, White, plead, answer, or demur to this Bill, on or I
.: regularly authorized agent I in the State. All the Profit are divided among the Insured. plain nn,l twilled 1 before the fir
:\ BY virtue of the power veiled in me by law, I The premiums are payable in cash annually semiannually 200c 7-8 and 4-1 Orfwburgs, linen and Cotton, having said Bill taken (or eo-fe sed. and a! to .\ot>rnt>tr 1, b }j
; ; expose for sale, before Ihe Court e at interest added ProefJtdtTh t Y a Resolnlion of the Boaid of Dirertoi
:3? T SWill lot or quailerly, being on the. COt Jeans Li'iseys, Kcrseys. Pbin, him set dovn for bearingezpcrte: B ti'e rale
AD"nTltDn luincy in the County of Gadylen, on !( deterred p3Jmenls.The u high'ored J anti Merino I jn a copy of this Order be published for four months transportation on the following article* .
t. beinserted at t the rate of One Dollar per square next, the following dwcribed :25 r.lfu plain 'Yl. duced to 121 cents for one
ond"yof April
) pro- cash principle adopted by this Company secures 1 Scot l'hiJ.lli colonel Merimw once week consecutively in one: of the newspapers hundredui..ft ,rt,
I. ; twelve lines; lor the fist,and filly cents breach penty,or so much thereof as will pay the State and to the parties for whose benefit Ihe. insurancesare Caroline on tl Eomlxizine Prince,Alpaca. published in the city of Tallahassee. effect from the first day of No\'embeor.15/O* ft a
CU Canton!
;L su'xequent in.ertinn. A reasonable deduction County Ta due thereon for the year 1S30, and t'i' effected, the whole of the advantages, without Lyon > \, Cloths THOMAS BALTZELL, Judge. Lime, Cement Slate, Hay Brick alMJ
Stone
..1 ,yi1lbe mad on legal I notices, estate not ice',yearly neces"rv expenses incident thereto, to wit: subjecting them to the heavy drawback of accumulated bert Cloths, lljmbazets Yt-lvet, Cashmeres, Mnl1"iIC- November :5:;, IS50. bniliinp.other than inaible. f far
4 i 4, notices without alteration. by persons having; The whol.' of what is called .Forbas Purchase," premium notes. line de Laines>. lrege.>, Ci ico, CIiIiIIaTIL.t, Slurting! A true copy from Minutes Court. On Oats and Corn five cents per bnshel.

(: re\la accounts with the office. Ringin Gididen County,
All announcements of candidates. for ofep. nVEDOLL pay the Tax: aforesaid bounded on the Est: t bv the and (the lives of others. A married women can insure Cap. Culkrs Wristbaml.-s IIif, Gloves, A. LONG, Solicitor far Complainant.! will hereafter be charged.In moulh' 'I

9. % *-invariably in advance. Ocklocknee River, and on the West by the Apalachicola the life of her husband, the benefits of which Mitts Buttons Tapes, Hooks nn-l Eyes Spool Cotton, November 9, 18YJ. 44 4m consideration of'the reduction freight

.. I will be paid to anyorderloraunouncementunlessaccomraiied River. HUGH O. McLEAN, are secured by law for the exclusive use of herself or Merino ainl Colon Shirts and Drawers, Stocks Tics, Company will not hold themselves responsible th-
t'
with the cash. Tax Collector for GadsJen County. children. Parasols Umbrellas, and Bonnets with a rich assortment Jefferson Circuit Court. damage to Lime or Hay. Consignees will

4 ,t, All religious, carriage ;nd obituary notice\ published October 12, 1S30. 40 Gm Clergymen and all othersdependent upon salariesare of IN CHANCERY. t themselves in readiness tn remove the la't named hiM.

:rtlio.cly. but editorial notices for private specially invited to avail themselves of a resource FAXCY GOODS, tides upon discharge of the car, as for reason ar

.. .1 bene/i/ wil charged a advertisements. Tax Collector's Sale. whereby their surviving families may be secured Black md Dress Silks and Ribbons, Rill for Injunction and Distribution. their hazardous natnre.tlie Company will not recei I f

virtue of Ihe power vested in me by from the evils of penury. Florence, Gmze, Satins. Reps TarLitan, B..l>lncts! Electors of William Goodman, Complainants, them in their Warehouse. Vt

JOB WOI1K.We B upos for sale.beIon'ethe Court 1\ Pamphlets explanatory of the principles of Mutual Jaconets ilul and Book Muslins J>!.iin and figured M.Eseza THOMAS J. PEBKIN5.

." are well prepared to execute Job Work, such sln1, in the County of ad.de'J. on the seconu Life Insurance, and illustrating its advantages' SwK Mu.-1'u1, Artificial Flowers, Wreaths Sprigs Dasher, Sarah Waters, Green R. Slater, Margaret November 2.1S.V.43 f.itrttar..v..

bill.cArds, blnk", pamphlets&c.with neatness Monday in April next, the following( described pro i with forms of application, may be obtained at the Camcleon I'dithers S.itin Mu[ lins Dimities Diapers. Frances Slater Jane Elizabeth Slater Harriet BERRY &, -

1 8 and de"p,! work of this description, 'rty.uno much thereof a"i pay Ihe State and oflice of the Company, G5 Wall St.,
: except, lor persons having yearly, accounts with County Td\due thereon for year 1 SJO, and the agents. (
f ci the office must be paid for on delivery. necessary expenses incident thereto, lo wit : TRUSTEES. l linings BiluirJ Cloths Waddings, Cotton Yarn, Sewing and Spain, Defendants. Cotton Broken.milANKFUL .

Six hundred aad forty ares of land, lying on Jos. B. Collins, David C. Col Jen, Silkf i made in I this that the said Defendants ea.nnand
.\ Rock Creek, purporting tobelon- to L.S. Callin.or Win. J. Hyslop. Alfred Edwards, -. Drills Grass Cloths Denims Twill Stripes Indigo cause I. having flittered themselves! that they
William Goodman Ellenwpod gtvUafisf..clll'n
with the of
MYERS
: TOWLE & so much thereof as will pay I the Tax aforesiid. R. 11. McCmdy. Win. Betts, blue Drills Cottonatles Cotton Ca.-oimeres )fos- exception to t their patrons, again offer their lInittS.

Watchmakers and Jewellers, HUGH O. McLEAN, Fred. S. Winston, Joseph Blunt, quit. Net, which with a full stock of every thing required IPside out of the State of Florida beyond COTTON BROKERS. They will attend! to Ihe !
the jurisdiction of this Court but in the United "T.
procured the service* Tax Collector for Giddden: County. C. \V. Faber, Isaac G. Pearson, for States of COTTON by sample, and get the highest price fl
.
;-' HAVING. ALLEN, formed of October 12, 1',0. 40 Cm : John P. Yelverlon, Henry Wells, PLANTERS MERCHANTS, I. : that the market will allow, and make
prompt
Az It is therefore Ordered, That the said Defendant, retores 1
SMLak'his city, they are now prepared to Theo. Seduwick, Wm. Moore. we intend to keep so) as to supply order in full, and Eseza Dasher, Sarah Waters, Green P.. Slater MarsMrel of the same. Alwajs on the spot, they nm be able :
Tax Collector's Sale. R. Collins Zcbedee Cook al-o to extend the same liberal facilities as we have to take advantage of the fluctuation
e. .'cue ail' \t'"' in the above line,with promptnes Stacy Frances Slater, Jane Elizabeth Slater, HarrietE every of the ;
a.id j:1: I i'ie! mot satisfactory manner. To our friends virtue of the power vested in me by John H. Swill, Jo"aMiller, heretofore OIlC. M. Slater, John G. Slater, William Slater, and market. Their charges will be as follow*.
all work which BY lI John Wadsworlh, David A. Comstock, MARSHALL JAMES', For sale of I? bales or less, 50 cents
: 4! 4 .1"0 H't. dii early attention to Ihal expose for sale, before the Court HOI"e John Goodman, and Spain, appear and answer the pcrbalr.
m. be lorwaided to us, will be i"tn.TO'LI. in the County of Gadsden on the second S. M. Cornell Robert Shujler, No. C3 Camp street New Orleans. Bill of Complaint filed in this cause within four u U 25" 40" to a.

) &MYERS. Monday of April nextthe following described pro Gouv. M. Wilkins James Chambers, November Ifi, 1850. 45 4t months from the date of the publication of this OrJer to to 40 31) MOver .

September 2S. 15Q._: _If perly, or so much thereof as will pay the Stale and John V. L. Pruyn, Joseph Tuckerman, MCCARTHY'S COTTON GINS. or the said Bill will be taken for confessed against 40 25 II.
County Taxes due thereon from IS45 to I5O inclusive Fred. Whittlcse'y, Moses II. Grinnell, them. BERRY & BOWLES,

Towlc &Myers, and the necessary expenses incident thereto, to Charles my'm.. J. Bunker, THE subscriber has made 'further improvements .qn.z it in further Ordered, That publication of New Building*, Main Street
John C. F.imeneDulilh, these Gins, and as they are now made, be. 26
hand and and wit Cruger, Septernberl-t,1S54J. 6m
on are now receiving,a new : this Order be made in some published at
HAVE If GOODS of hundred\ and of land Walter Joy, Francis S. Lathrop, lieves I that they are better than any other Roller Gin newspaper -
assortment (> consisting Two forty acres in Gadsden Tallahassee: once a week :lor t he space of four months.
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Gold Lever Hunting Watches, County purporting to belong to Robert Jimerson, PIso Alfred Fell, J. O. Thatchei. whatever.: The Cotton,also,will command a better THOMAS BALTZELL, Judge.A Coopers Coopers Coopers !!!

Gold Anchor Lever do much thereof as will pay I he Taxas aforesaid, lying JOSEPH R. COLLINS, Pu8 tlmt. price in New York or Liverpool frctn these Gin than trnp conv-Atte f, TilE subscriber now offer for sale a new and(Orn.

Silver Lever Hunting do on Flat Creek. HUGH 0. MeLI'\N ISAAC ABB ATT, Secretary. from any other Gin. The following certificates will C. G. FIFE, Clerk. .te assortment of Cooper Tool, eonsist'm
JOS. BLUNT, CO"'I. tIlIT. how the estimation which they are held in Ihii of Adze Stock Howells *
Silver Anchor Lever do Tax Collector for November 0. 1".V). -11 \rn\ Coopers Howellin Bits
I L3pine and common do October 12, 1'=. 4 > Cm JAMES P.. GAMBLE, Ag'I., Taltab3.ee. part of the country. Levelers, Crows Wood Stocked Broad A'i",and

Genlcm'n'l and Ladies Bosom Pin ,a general as January 1 19, IS.'O.; 2-y In Leon Circuit Court.IN Iron Braces, Champering, Howellma;. Hollouinj,

!ltment g.1 aud Finger King*, Gc ld Guards and Tax Collector's Sale. TOtJESSE GADSDr.'i COUNTY Fla., Sept. 20), JS50. CHANCERY. Hoop Heading Backing,and Stave Knives. IfI

1:' Keyi, l'ohnd Vest Chains, Seals' Gild and Silver \T virtue of the vested in me by law I GINS I have been running one <>f Jamil's I irproved Mc October 10. 1 s-.'. 41 BETTON & HFGG?.
power James M. Hunter, Administrator of Archibald R. S.
,t' Pencils,Gold Pen!.( oU und Silver Spectacles, (Juld! B shall expose for sale hefme the Court Hoiiie at Carthy's R.-ller Gins for mon than three months Hunter deceased I

Sleeve, Collar and IJosora Buttons, Silver IVail. and Quinry ', in tha County of Gadsdon, on the second II. \VATS01Y and have in that tirn<*,irinned out a large amount of Notice.

Shell Card Cases, Gold and Silver ThimbUs' fine Monday of April next, the following. described propony MANCFACTUKlfn Cotton with it. It has given me no trouble, and rha'c William and others vs. creditors of said ALL persons creditor, legatees' entitled to dZ,.
Burney' estate.
Fan, Silver and liulfclo l Cornbs.AU much thereof the OIX lost t no time with it. I have also obtained the or otherwise interested in the estate
so State and
French Mantle Clocks Table Knives, Tei County or Tax due thereon for ai\\i year pay ISo'J, and the Palmyra, lIce County Georgia, very highe-t market price in Liverpool for my Cotton IT affidavit appealing that to William the satisfaction Leonidas of t the Court, b' ot Robert Spence, late of Jefibrson County Flwidj,
,
Trays, Puted and Silver Ware, Silver Table and ToaSpomis incident theretolo from this Gin. I am much pleaded with the Gin, Burney, Willey, deceasedare hereby notified to exhibit their claims
) expenses t wit : inform his friends and the
public I Clark, McCIure.and Thomas J.
necessary Henry Mary Hardie
Plated Spoons Folk, Cr 'am and Sou,* La. WOULD gene. and recommend them to the and demands within two from this date
Seven hundred and fifty! acres ol' Land I hin cace. reside
cUes, Plated Waiters, do. Tea R'I., Castors, CanJlcvticks MIMS. undersigned, or the same will be bar led
Creek, purporting to belong to Anaistcad he will ue ; and all
his old stand: where hippy to supply them beyond the limits of the State of Florida, but
Solar Lamps: and jirandulos. indebted to the said: deceased
1 SI'\'t '. persons are
: Gil and requested
with article. As evidence'of
l.n( a first rate an the within the limits of the United Stales :
Also,line double banellad Shot and Game make immediate
to
: HUGH 0 McLEAN GAPSDEN COUNTY, Fla..Sept. 27, ISf.O payment.
quality of his work, he would stale that out of the It Is Onlerrtl, That said Defendants ar.d
Bas. and Flas*> fine pocket Knives: Porte Monnies, Tax Collector for Gadsden I hereby ceiliiy! that I have ginned seventy bilesol appear JAMES R. TUCKER, Sheriffof
him the
large number sold not has
Bill tiled
County. by past year me answer the in this cau'e, on or before the
P.ilim. Violins. Cljro.lcU. and Flutes. I
Pot ( Ri- Sc-a Nland Cotton with Jarott's Jefferson County and rx vffirio Adm'r.
October McCar
fnt 12,1S50. 40 Cm 'ati.slacti'ri-antl Improved
- 1 I fail d to give perlect woulda* reference /first Monday in February nextotherwise I the Com-
/ zorsSIEOIH&c. I Gin and think it and far JE'tr.'r;"'n Ci.u'ifv, October, 1S50. 393m ,
-- --- thy's superior ,
name of one who has one of his preferable on [ nt's Bill shall be
givethc any .jilain? taken/ eanfetw: Prodded -
j Beet quality and general arlment of Perfumery, Jefferson County Tax Collector's Sale. Gins in \.>. I lie i is i intending; to enlargehiicshblisV many account'.toany other I have ever tried. 1 believe A copy /f this Order be published once a week Notice. ,

&, & &VERS. B\vittueof aullll it'lhtl in me bylaw, 1 shall merit considerably' this year, by which: mean-he will as ihej are now made, t they will give, on an for four months preceding the said fir-t Monday in
'1 Seplemcer' 1S.V() JS expose) 'for sale, Llo.e thc CUt House door, in ba enabled to fill orders (which last year he vas unable I average, lor three month-*,without repair, three hundred February next, in some newspaper printed anti pub- ALL persons, creditors. and legatee, entirlfd f tl

Manticello, Jefferson County on the lilt MonLay in to do) with Gins if possible, !superior tony ever pounds per day. GEORGE A. CROOM.QUJNCV I. li"hed in the Middle Circuit of the State of Florida. or otherwise interested in the fS. '

CARRIAGE REPOSITORY, May next t, S thou 21, Township 1. n"ngeSuth manufacture.! i in Southwestern ia. I Htthinks t Given at Chambers, this; 5th September, b50. tate of James Moore,late of JefTeraon Connty,Florida

j BY MILLER & BROKAW, and East or so rarch thereof as will pay sat !) that every year's experience enables him to make a Floi ida, October 10, 1S50. THOLSL TZELL, Judge.A deceased are hereby notified totxh'bit! 'h,;rclaims I

I Tallahassee, Florida.THE Maria Talitaro's double Tars due the Stale and little better article.Ifcinga This I i'lto certify that we have examined I the Gins true copy-Attest, and dfmands within two years frointhisdate

would inform their County, amounting to ?\\Z SI.besides costs and char- practicalncrhanic and wilrnl.defanined ; of John M. Jarottof thi- place, commonly kno\\n OSCAR A. MYF.RS CIrJc. to the t1nder-j.ned. or the same will be barred; and

I .z;,* !: !uh.cribtl and the public in general ..eSic Lands are situated! in Ihe said County ot hat untie but Gins oil the wry first. classshallje manufactured as McCarthy Holler! Gin, (for Sea Island Cotton) LONG, ARCHER, & CORLEY, all persons make indebted to the said deceased are requested

v,1.if.rthat. they are receiving a large JffilTsoii.anJ kntwn as 1,(. liaihour Hill Tract. in his shop! ,he feels sa'einjwarrantug i themto and have seen the same in operation. We do n .1 t Solicitors for Complainant. to immediate pa rnfnr.

nt, < ; and which they:uj'lly JOHN WOOTEN, operate to thi satisfaction ot I the purch:qr. lie I hesitate to say that, in our opinion, the cotton prepared 'ptrrn!>(r 5. l. 35 .mIn JAMES R. TUCKER, Sheriffof
Caa..jf5 Ih1th's. Tax Collector lor Jeileison for market this Gin Jefferson County and ix officio ..Adrn'r.JefTrson .
for most : tenns. Person'swi'ding County. will deliver them 'tree of charge to purchsers at by H clenner or prepared

to O'buy, are requested.to call$ and examine November 2,_150.._ 43 _Cm their plantations. in better style than from any Roller Gin we are ac- Chancery. Counry. October 5, ISoO. 393m
--- -- -
----- made with hi (l'laintd"iih' We do not believe that is MIDDLE CRCUIT: OF FLORIDA.
th-ir stork. October ly. IS.Vi.( 41 Jefferson Tax Collector's Sale. engagements travellin izcnts, Ihesfaple Valuable Lands for Sale.
County or orders to the Proprietor at Palmyra, t-Iall be at all injured by said Gin, and think! cotton from AT Cn.JBERIIuI1"'t 20, 15.30.
Tax Collector's Sale.BY BY virtue I ol authonly vested in me by law 1 Ih.1 promptly attended to. them will command as much as ary othet Roller Gin Bill for leave to sell Land. WILL, be sold at public auction, in Q'linrv on

I lot sle before the Com House Repairing: I properly done in the most t'urablemanner. %v Ii atever. John P. Duval and Ann F. Duval, et a!., Complan't / /, the C/A day of January, 1S31TO: |
virtue of the power vested in me by law, I ; Monticello, Jeflt-ison County, on Ihe} first Monday; in S IALL wo m, GIBSON & HARRIS. vs. tracts of Land belonging to the estate ol Reuben B.

,' levied upon, and "il expose to sale beloie February npxt, I the West J of Section" 7, in T"wn. 03- He is also Agent for the sale of Chipman The Heirs at Law of David i M. Sheffield, deceased, Hicks, deceased
the Court house door, in town of Maiiivm, on I Ivdnuc 5North and Ea-t One tract is in Calhonn the
> sliipl.ol l, or AO tnnch thereof Randall's & Co.'sCAST IRON IIORSK POWIIJSU- rcr One of the above Gins be at Mr. David whose names are unknown. county on Apalacft
the first Monday of June nexJ, at he usual hours of as will and ? W. II. Armislea'j's can seen cola River, few miles below !Blosnl'sTnvcn
: satisfy Taw" GAR MILLS in Southwestern and F rida. the a
satisfaction!
) Georgia / C. Wilsn': store in Tall tha.. ee. They are appearing to of the Court that
sale, to the highe-t bidder, the descri!,ed due the State and amounting to $ 31, beside warranted IT contains nearly 2000acie of Land. If is'supposed
lul'I'ing County
Contracts be made with
; can my Travellinj Agents. to perform well. All orders ; the hems at law of David M. Sheffield deceased, ;
promptly attended
p Land. lying and being in the County Madison, costs and charges. Said! Lands are in that there are from three to four hundred nr,of
situated Any information wanted with regard thecrM do this State
to t and to. JOHN M. JARROT.Qnincy not reside.in but in the State ol Connecticut -
Florida viz: the aid CcAialy of Je erson. operation of these mills can be obtained byaddress- October 19. 18.7) .11 7t : 7f it Ordered, That the heirs at law of pine land from five to six i hundred acres of hammock
The S E i of the N E 4 of Sec 20.T IRG S and
JOHN WOOTEN', inz and from 1<>00 to 1200 acres of the richest
rne at Palmvra, Lee ContyGeoria.darch3OlSiO. said David M. Sheffield do and answer to the
F a the PropertY of J. S. Patterson, to pay the Tax Collector for Jeffer!on County.November ? 12 ly* Pure Sulphate of Quinine. said Bill Complaint, in this appear case filed within four cane-brake or river-mnd low grounds. 400 acre?,
turl antcostsdue on same lor the cars 1SJ3, '-16, 2. l 1,0. 43: 3m or I thereabouts, are now open for cultivation.The .
-
I months from
he date hereof
.Ind it
47, 4S, '-9, andTneNoftheN'.') Dr. D. lIE subscribers have on hand two hundred and : : further Ordered improvements consist of a dwelling-house
W of < CITY COTTON WEIGHER. Jaynes' Family Medicines, T of of That a copy of this Order be published, oncea I
1 Sec 2 3, T1R5for filly ounces Sulphate Quinine, which they with four rooms, some twelve or fouiteen excellent
taxes, &.C., due from IS-l.'i. to IS5O.S THE undersigned PUBLIC COTTON WeIGHrR. /COMPRISING( his Evnectoranf, Hair Tonic Alterative have obtained direct Irom the manufacturers, and week Jnr the space of four months, in some news- negro cabins a su ar mill and fixtures, and other

Also.theE&NFSec1landWNW4See: City of 1aahaQe. having \ S Hair Dye, Carninitive Ilalsan, Tonic they will warrant it to be a superior article. paper printed in the city of Tallahassee, State of necessary out-buildings, all new and in good repair.

12, T I, R 9, N and K., purport to belong to J. J.Underwood from the North wit tlr of Kcalei, manufactured Vermifuge, Sanative Pill, and Ague Pills for sale by j We have enlarged our stock (f Drugs and Medicines Florida. THOMAS The plantation has been newly fenced in, and i is divided

l for taxesdu thereon) Irom 1S15 to ISJI) (a'ljmtf'I awl certified by fie Inspector of SHIELDS & GOLDW1RE, by recent arrivalsand are prepared to execute BALTZELL, Judge. into four shifts. There is one field of 120 a-

_. THOMAS: M._ANDERSON, Scales 'l Weights of the .\'w York ClutOI June 13,15.V: : ). 23 thin Q1Iinc:, Fla. I orders for articles in ur line, at wholesale or retail, OSCAR A trne A.copy AIYERS.-Attest.Clerk. cres now in sugar cane ot fine, luxuriant grcwtb,

'( :llnl.'Id foincio Tax uoi. 1ladinn Co. House, is now Dr 3..1 to received and weisrh any on the most accommodating terms. planted mostly within the present and I last
HUGH Jr. D. year.-
ARCHER C.Auiit3lIS30.
November 30, Ib-W. 47 Ginf Cotton! brought to'thi" Market. He will attend at 1 DI' I.Dr. Sands'I'oVtIseI1tI' SU'Sal.ariJln. We have also a few accounts yet due to us forth t ? By 31, 4m I The purchaser might safely calculate on makin;

he Depot or at any p1.tcewilhin the limits ol the do. year 1 1S19. They are generally in small amounts, : from 800 lo 1500 barrels ot syrup from the atoolt

'., Sheriff's Sale.BY City at theshortest notice. III conjunction with the 1 Dr.. Wood's duo but if \\holecould be paid shortly it would go Holmes" Circuit Court. in this field another year. Cotton Tobacco and

t ;o, virtue of a writ of fieri facias, i i" uo Boyd, )
( Mes.r l IvlUIvSEYa'id! WI Ll.l.\M'' Sl'Oln: wherehe do. LEWIS: & AMES. the
Competent this be best
judges to
the
of Circuit Court for tine pronour.ee
Cl.yk'j .1e' GnintyEi .Dr. Cumstock's Pain Extractor. :. > Bill for Divorce.
will receive COTTON FOR WEIGHING : June S, 1S50.
; of wherein OR ON 22 tract of Land nn Apalachicola River. Persons
lirLanksd
Ll 1'1ori.II STORAGE. The ibrriber's' strict attention For sale by SHIELDS & GOLDWIRE, Sarah Boyd, )
and
Ire nlaiiitiffr niul Bctt"ii years at Depot { Muse ol Rev. Jesse
I have: levied an I will for Quincy, Coe,of Jackson coonty. -
-
Si'nJnt upon exp&j 11Jf.r Sarah Bo\d, the Defendant resides be nod the
,
t Court llouic d' jr, in the of Talhtlmce< will he hopes, bring him the custom of the Planters ,.. "'ondl'II'P" & the undersigned, will mko application to ) Jo- near Ochesee, Rott.: S. Hardaway, Colombo,
I)3seIteI3Coitiial risdiction
te \ D ot this Court, :and out of the State of
ctJ' and Merchant Oilice in .
the .
on the "t Monday in.January wiriiin legal generally. rear of Mr.Kirk.ev's and VevsEfe, the next Legi-lature of the State of Florida Florida : Ga.Jarncs Drntnirond, on the premise-*,or the sub
stoic, wheie &u'.Mcnber may be found at for a charter for a Plank Road from Ocala to the scriber near Diamond Grove. Brunswick Ya.Theother .
) the described Mob her's Friend and ,
.urs .foHovruij .property, to wit : all times. Liquid Cathartic, It is Ordered, That tbe said Sarah do appear,
One lt'r man slave. Henry, aged 30 years CHARLES A. NASH Dr. Gordon's Anti-Eilliom Pills, head of Silver Spricz."DAVID plead answer, or demur to said Bill of Complain tract of Land is in Gadsden count/.9

Also, a negro girl, Jiiuiy, Hget1I3 I years.Levirtil Dr. Hastings C'Inpo'1Li1Srup of Njplha, PROVINCE.JNO. within three month', or aid Bill will be taken pro miles sontb-CiMt from 0'iincyontheTallahajeerwd,
City Cotton Weightr. 1 Little's Tonic G. HE\RDON, having Wm. Jackson' tract en the north and Forman -
r. Hitters
upon us the projK-rty and < ,Tonic Pills, and Vcfmifugo conftsw aeair.st said Defendant :
A Fi.hc t September 21!, I 530. r(7(
Ixs "fieri tl Lucina Cordial W. S. HARRIS & Mnse's on southand contains SCO acres-
A sold t suUffy said writ of *. And it iijurther Ordered, That this notice be ,
Ringworm and Teller Ointment C. A. M. MITCH EL, The sea island Cotton grows finely on this Land.
A. A.. FISHER, Notice. French Mixture, published in some public newspaper printed in the
DHALEY T. Rhcrl. S. Dr. 1'Cnl' -*Vegetable Pill and Ritters. B. A. CARTER, State for three months consecutively.: An:. 5, 15;0. TVrwi.*-One-fourth of the purchase money will
firm of
Nash & Taylor i is this
11 TIIF day dissolved Dr. Mur STEPHEN BRYAN, be reqniied in cash, and a credit of one, two and
N.\.cm11r 30/185i). :' ii> S'jgar' Coated Anli. eYer Pills, GEORGE S. HAWKINS,
4 t mutual consent. Those indebted will do us Dr. Lero's Vegetable Universal Pills, JOHN SCOTT, Western Circuit. three years will be given for the balance, the purchaser

A. B. the pleasure to settle as soon as possible. Dr. Pete.1 Vegetable Pills.Mitchell's S. G. BROWN, September 23,1S30. Judge 33 3m executing bonds with approved security.and
CLARK M. NASH. Salve JO.SIAH PAINE, the bonds carrying interest.
Eye and Thompson Water -
(FORMERLY ,) Eye ,
October 1, IS50. J. L. TAYLOR. MoiFatt's Phcenix Hiitc-rs and Life Pills, SIMEON HF.LVENSTON. Notice. BURWELL T{. WILKES,

[ VING purchased the interest of Mr. Dr. Rose's COIl h Sjrup, Marion Conntv._Sept. 8..J[21 t J':(. 313m Executor of Reuben B. Hicks,deceased.

_ 8 Stiman[ in their old busmen., can ie The bU4inl'I! hereafter will be conducted under flenuine Sto,;hton'I Ritterij. The above well Agency of ALL person, creditors otherwise, legatees interested, entitled in the to di30 November 9,1S50. 44 St
or t'Stal
old stand on Monroe street, the l linn of NASH & CO who ;
solicita ki
11-1A respectfully and
will receive in, a'lew days from New York share of the patronage of the citizens generally. own popular remedies SHIELDS for sale bY, DR. FITCH'S CELEBRATED MEDICINES. ol William Wooten, late of Jefferson County Florid To Planters.
&
GOLDWJFR, ?, deceased, are hereby notified to exhibit their
most oilmeuts II
complete ( Heady They expect to keep on hand a general assortment June Ifl, IS.'O. 23 "PULMONARY BALSAM, Pectoial Expectorant
I Jan Fall
Qnincy.Fla.' claims and demands within TIE undersigned have received their
two from this dateto just
r ( Clutl'lf and Gmthmea', fancy Good of Good Medicines and such, other articles as aregenp.rally -- --- --- ___ _L Pulmonary Liniment, Pure and Medicinal Cod years T oftet
ever off markr-t. AI No, a general assort. the undersigned or the same will be baTted ; and supply ol Plantation Goods, which they
kept in their line business.. I A Icoliulic i\lract (JaiuaaliisjTl. .adll S Liver Oil, Anti-Ispe-tic| Mixture, Nervine, Ver
tnent of French, English, and Helgian Cloths all persons indebted to said estate are requested to for sale on accommodating terms, consisting in part
,
October 5, 1S30. 33 NASH &. CO. Collcxlion or Liquid Adhesive Plaster, mifuge, Depurative Syrup, Heart Corrector, Humor of the
Black and Fancy J"e and Ca8"la f Black Philoloken, Nervine CorrectorCough and Cathartic Pills Female make immediate payment. following:
Pills
,,,1 Fi ueied Silk, Satin, Cashiaire, and I'elettVetting New Stoves. Nerve and Cone Liniment. For sale by Female Specific, &.C., &c., used by him constantlyand JAMES R. TUCKER, Sheriff Elanktts-London, Duffil, Mackinaw, asd Grej-

*, which he is prepared to manufacture at receivin; from New York Cooking, Parlor, SHIELDS & GOLUWIR3 with unprecedented success in the treatment of of Jefferson County and ex officio Adm'r. Plains-all wool and heavy.
the shortest notice and in the most approved style. .JUST June Jefferson County September 28, I5 u. 383m KerseVs-Washinton. strinpd and GoorsiaLinsey -
I Air Tight Stoves 0111mo!t approved patterns 15, ISM. 23 than Quincy.Fla Colds, Coughs, Consumption Asthma, Heart Diseases -
Tlie communil* generally are respectfully requestedo and latest styles. Call and Examine them.T. Dyspepsia, Scrofula, Skin Diseases, Rheumatism Notice. -fancy phida and plain colois. flannel

cal and examine toy stock before purchasing else- WHITE & CO.September21 New Goods. Female Complaints. Piles, ic., &c. Cotton osnaburgjbrown shirtings, prints,
Tallahassee.October l', )&.">0. 40 1 1S30 37 If Dr. Fitch's unequalled Patent Silver Plated Abdominal SIX months from date, the undersigned Executor handkerchiefs,shawls, negro caps and wool ha sana
-- -------- OPENING a large and carefully selected sbck of... the last will and testament of Uz Williams, a large stock of rnssetts. HEIR & RUST.

I Valuable Negro for Sale. THE TRUE MEDICINAL JSrilania! and Bright Metal Ware, Steel Spring Supporters Shoulder; Dr.Brace Fitch's Dr. Fitch's Improved Silver Patent Inhaling deceased late of Gadsden County, will apply to Ihe October, 1S50. 42 _

t FOR sale a Negro feb v, axed about twenly.four, COD LIVER OIL consisting Collee Filterers.part Pitchers of Tea, Candle and Coffee Sticks Pots of,different French Tube. ; Judge of Probate of said County lor a final dischargeand Notice.
settlement from said
anti well made, a hand in Turpentine up estate.
a -
) orchard, and a oodcooper.capital Enquire of the USEFUL in the cure of Scrofula, Consumption, qualities, Jelly Moulds, Glass Lanterns, Cake b\es, SAMUEL WOODBURY. Executor. SIX month after date.application will be made t Iff

Undersigned. at Montict-llo. Asthma,Bronchitis,Coughs, C'annNtors, and a variety of other articles, which DR. FITCH'S CELEBRATED SIX LECTURESon Gad'den Countv September 2l. t>50. 316m Honorable Judge of Probate of JefTeiwB
and theJ otTer lor sale on reasonable the pre/entionand cureof Asthma County the Administrator of G or5'
October 20. 1&5Q. 42VM.C.. CLARK. all diseases of the Chest ard Lungs. A supply terms. Consumption, by undersigned
I ------ --- ---- ----- ol 1 this valuable medicine is just received, which ia Also, 0.1 hand a full and extensive stock of Tin Diseases of the Heart, &c., and on the method of Notice. Ellis,deceased, lafr of said Comty, for discharg*

I H' BOOTS, SHOES, IATS. AND CAPS, just re warranted pure, and of very superior quality. Ware of every description, manufacturtd here by pre>eiving Health and Beauty to an old age. This IX monthsafter date the undersigned.Administrators from said administratorship.

and (fur aalt I For sale by LEWIS & AMES, good workmen, and at lair prices. book shuuld be in ev. ry family. To the Consump S of t the late Robert Fisher, will CHARLES L. POWELL.Jefferson .

GEOIIGE II. BESTWICK. May 25,1850. 20 Tallahassee, Fla. Lead Pipe, Sheet Lead Copper, Zinc, and Cktern tive it po'nts out the only reasonable hope for relief. their final account and vouchers (the Judge of present Leon Counly, October 26.1S50. 42 6n

October 20. 1 S5( 42 ---- Pun-ps for sale. Tin Roofing, Guttering, and Job To motheis, the directions it gives for the care and' Probate Court,and uk for a discharge from said
es-
Sight Exchange Work executed faithfully and with despatch. education children are invaluable. 33,000 copiesof tate. Just Received and for Sale,

Cash Advances. NEW YORK, SAVANNAH, and MACON T. WftlTE & CO. this hoot have passed through the press, and the R. W. FISHER, } 1 f\ BARRELS Family Roe Herring,
rriHE ill make liberal cash ON September 21, IS.'O. sale continues unabated. For sale
advances 37 S. Adm
f unJrlignr\ for sale, in sums to suit by t jf by S. Fitch & W. E. FISHER, < rs' JL\J I i S. "
JL on shipments calsignl'd to J. L. Co., 7U7 Brcadway, New York, and by Flour
Colon THOMAS J. PERKINS, Notice. JnlvSO, 1 1c30. 2S fim 60 Extra and Western ,
Snail wood. New York.SMALLWOOD. SHIELDS & GOLDWIRE
October 12, 150. 40 Agent Marine Hank. 10 Whiskey,
GIBSON 3 HARRIS. TilE subscriber having fitted up the TABERY Quincy, Florida. Notice.SIX No. 1 and 2 MackereL in quarters, halves, wd

Qnincy, November 2, 1S'). 43 4m Notice. this place known as Baker's TanvarJ, has (jCj-Dr.Fich's Guide to Invalids,*'r Directions to months after date, we shall apply lo tie whole barrels,

now on hand and will keep all kinds of LEATHER persons usin? Dr. Fitch'sReinediesto be had,gratis, { Judge of Probate in and for Benton A large lot of Soap,to be sold low by the boX'

4 Ready-made Clothing and Saddlery. ALL creditors, legatees, and per.on entitled to for .*lo ; and will have fine ROOTS and SlOES! of all his Ag>nts. : bounty,for a discharge from any further administrated Also, a large lot of heavy Dry Goods,and abUt

TUST received per Bark Mora from New York, a : in the estate ol John M. frocks, made to order. lie has on hand a superior article of ..___June 15. 11:0. 23 tlJan I on the estate of Charles Laing,deceased,late of ::1500 worth of heavy Shoes, besides an exteositt

J large supply of Iteady-mfule Clothing and Sat!. late of Jefferson County, deceased, are hereby unified doubli-d-iolid NEGRO SHOES. lIe would here return Benton County, South Florida. assortment of coarse Hats, by
that tlieirclaims and demands will be loal red al his lhank) In the citizens of Gadsden aid the SHELDS & GOLDWIRE KNIGHT.
dlerv, which are offered to tbe public on the most C. T. JENKINS October 2t. 1550.( 42 S. S.
reasonable terms. HEIR RUST. (the expiiation of two years Irom this date, unless the adjoining Conniic: for their past patronage, md say HAVE juit received a large and general assort J. D. ALLEN }jAdm'rs.

I I October 12,1S-M. 40 & same are exhibited to the sub ciiber; and all persons to them that 'h/ will continue to manufacture( Leather of Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals June 27, 1950. 24 ,fim Ah Entire Stock of New Goods-

who have any demands aainst aid deceased, are hoots, and Shoe, at his old stand in Chdsden Paintsf Oils and Dye Staffs, which Ihey'iIlsell & RUST have received Brg C.iI. *

,r V Notice.FOUR hereby notified Co present them without delay and County, near Qoincy. He will be glad at all timestoexchanip on the most reasonable terms for cash or approved Notice. 1TEIR. A. Coe, a large assortment just of Then per Goods,
1 those indebted to said deceased are now called upon shy of (the aCove articles for Oak Bark, credit. Persons wishing genus no unadulterated med.
'",k* after date I will make application! to to make immediate payment to-' Hides, crippli-j negro boy, or his own paper. icines, will do well to call and examine their stock anseTTTILLbesoldat V V public outcry ate consist ins: of
:* Columbus Columbia) Lacbine Broche Poplins,
naIJ of Probatefoe a *M County, Figured ,
A,
IloaoraWa JOSHUA Good hoot and Shoe makers before elsewhere.
TAYLOR Sen. Adm'r. C3 of stead habits purchasin' '
,
Ju.lg ; -t-: 7 j Florida the first Lind Silks > Brebauts,
i Madison County, fur leave to nl estate of Jefferson County, OClober2, 1S30. 42 3mJETNAINSURANCECOMPANY can have employment. : Quincy June 15. 1550. 2-1 .tlJan on Monday in Jan Jenny Figured lian Silks
next, the well known steamer GLASGOW.This Figured Cashmeres, Veni ,
nary -
of said viz
ltte
Oninty, : --- -- --- w. 11. McjULL "
Wn n laUI doJ Notice. Boat has been running on the Snwanneoe for the Brocade figured Silks, Lustres,
Tal1aha..et"
I ;1 wt 1IJOIknown a LJ. ,Ftbroary 2,18-10. 4 .y),, last two years, draws 17 i inches light, and 2 feet'6 Pain De Laine. Printed De Lames,
Jfo in Section dale
*. 107 168, j IX months aftef the
undersigned will make bia'
'lu. HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT. S inches when loaded,and w ill carry from three to five Champ'l Lyonese Cloth, Bile and colV De
THOMAS JL A application lo the Court
1ERSON Notice. j i of Probate of Leon Kindred bales of Cotton Her! Silk Embroidered Casbrfler'C
"fl Sheriff and ex ofido Stocks, and Cotton in Ware-house County for letters of dismission as administrator Engines and Boilers Peruvian ,
U 1850. 16 nutW. BUILDINGS tinst hiss by fire. ALL persons having demands} against Ih stat. of the estate ol Joseph W. Lea, deceased. of are of excellent workmanship and in good condition. lace Silks. Washington Silks
ocO LEWIS & AMES, Willis, late of Leon County, ieceascd, JOHN Her[ timbers are sound, and with a moderate outlay Satin de Chine, Dotted Swiss MushM,

'I Notice. January 2G, 1950. 3 'Agents, Tallahassee.Blacksmithing" will present them to the undersigned withif the time November 2, S50. McDOUGALL, Adm'r. for repair of Wheel Houses, etc., she could be made Armun Silks, Figured Cap Lace,

I prescribed bll t he statute,or this notice wijbe plead 43.: Cm lo answer a good purpose for a tow boat or for trans- Black Gro de Rhine, Plain and figured Barege.

|TVUR weeks after date, I will make application to in bar of their recovery. I Carpeting &c. Citation of freight on any of the Gulf rivers. In Florence and Oil Silks, Black de Chine,

: J. tho Jolor.b A. McDonald, Judge of Probate JOHN I R. CRUMP,Qualified E cntor. the hands of an enterprising individual or company, 30 pe fancy bon't Ribbon 20 Lace Capes.25pethrerdEd'g.
fJ Cwlty. fur leave t 1.1 the real Ctt of undersigned respectfully informs October 26, 18:. 42 6 5 ROLES two and three ply Carpeting, Wool, she can doubtless made a profitable concern. 75 needle-work Collars, BS50 -

.1 ,of County, : ri' J. the public generally that, having 10 hnaduome Hearth Rugs, __ For further paiticularr, please tuinire of Capt. 20 pr Cuffs, pe wove do ,

of lying and being in the of Forty -_.L,2empIoyed a supetior Horse Shoer, he is Guns. 2 pieces Green Baize Carpeting, for sale by DANIEL BELL on board, or to D. PERKINS Ladies Cravats,Kid Gloves, Linen Cambric! Ua
0 I a LJ Cut L. now prepared to execute all work in that line 11a October 19, 15:101' C. C. BYRD & CO. SMITH Esq.: Columbus. kerchiefs,Barege,Silk,DC Lame and woiJlcdSRaw.

itJ- THOMAS JL ANDERSON, superior manner, and on usual terms.. NOw opening, G Iwo barrel Purcusjon Patent NY,Kentuckr, ntl Sea Island Bagging,New Terms made known on day of sale. with a varietY of fancy articles too numerous to CDmerate.

Sheriff and ex,nfirio Administrator. F. PAYNE. Guns.. 3 do do do Bays GUN and Kentucky Rope, for sale by BY ORDER or THE STOCKHOLDERS. which we offer low to alt who will calt

'V !- 1oveU1J 10, ISQ. 45i. tI June Q9,1550. 25 tf. Guns. [Oct. l'J, IS50. 41] C. C, BYR & CO. I October 19), 1530. 4t F. II. FLAGG. Columbus,Fa Oct. 12, 1S50. 40 Sentinel. see us. October'26,1850. <-.


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