The Floridian & journal
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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 14, 1850
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: 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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! SEXATE PROCEEDINGS.TUESDAV Bill to be entitled, An act consolidating" the Counties of Dade and [ Hat' i allow me, as one particularly chugooith the duty of protect.Mni"tll"se i remain l longer in its present condition in our State, for want of this N,71.v ; 4 ,

,, I Monroe, for Judicial purposes, ; funds to &k,without tho imputation of presumption, by aid. ,r r"..
Was read the second time, and ordered to be engrossed for a I what authority the State claims the right to give away, in many cases By the return :above alluded to,it appears that of this 9,966 ehil.. i ., '
r t December X.ISO:; third reading to-morrow. at least, three-fourths of the! value of these lands* Clearly, the dren, there were of those who t H

i The Senate met pursuant to adjournment \\ House bill to be entitled n act to incorporate tho Peusacola and State does not own them absolutely, but only as a trustee,or agent, -- --- -----,------, t., _.
! The Hev. Mr. Pratt officiated as Chaplain. navy Yard Plank Road Company, to sell them to the best advantage, and appropriate the proceed to CAN cJUU C AAOT i f" ,
; being present, the proceedings of yesterday vre read Was read the third time, a<* amended: on the question of Its pas- Seminary and Internal Improvement' purpo::e s. iiE.\n\ -'iD READOR TOTAL / '.. '.
A approved.Mr quorum ..s.the, yeas and nays were: No one, it is presumed, will be found to contend that the State ONLY. wRtTT WRITE. ._

1 sod.ito Stewart gave notice that he would, at an early day, ak leave Yt'assErs.! Aw'Tlt dwin, Brown of Columbia Brown of can give them away, as she may her own absolute property: but if In c&mLi3 County.. ., JI 217 13jJ 473 1'.:: .
introduce a bill to be entitled, An act for the relief of the heirs of Hillsborough, Bnddin;ton, Crawford Fiuli'Forward, Ghent, John- she inny arbitrarily order, as she has done by this law, that Lands! Walton g t 7 h US no 4S& l
;I Underwood.A. son, Maxwell, :McMillan: :\ Mo cley, Perry, Smith, Stewart-10. worth ten dollars: per acre shall be sold at three dollars per acre or lshington 51 fij 2 300 t t Or L
, Mr. Forward pave notice that he would, on some future dry l: introduce Kay-:Mr.:\ President-]. even less, why may: she not as well order that they shall be sold for Jackson" III 18'9 711 1011 : '\ ):
a bill to be entitled, An act to amend an act providiic fort1t' Sail; bill passed. Title as stated. one cent, or bo given away without any consideration i If she may Calhoun 44 21 3"2 171 177 ,
} on the part of the State of lands offered for sa!, for Ordered that the same be certified to the Houso. give away seen dollars out of every ten, I know of no reason why Franklin If.:' ,1. 59 51) 165 t' ,
hill\ to be entitled, An act amendatory of the several acts in relation she may not give away the other three also. I have no doubt that Gadsden .. 171 389 1 400 900 : !.

1 toursUO, An act altering the mode and manner of Redemptioi' of to Exertions, my predecessor made the best sales of the Internal Improverneift Leon ", 110 3S0 2.0 71)5 s i,. ):
Lands purchased by the State for Taxes. Was read the second.. time,and ordered to be engrossed for a thirdreading Lands that could be made under the existing law, and yet it is seen 'Vakulla o fw; ) 26 172 263 ;\ ', '
j that the whole pales dollar and three mills Jefferson" 155;) 226 J..t2 "r..3 4-: "
Pursuant to previous' notice, Mr.:\ Baldwin introduced a bill to been to-morrow. average only one per .
tl.-d. An act to amend an act entitled an act to exempt lion?. Bill h be cntitbd, An act in addition to the acts now in force ia acre. Deduct from this the salary of the Register and the salariesof Madison ,' 100138 259 4D1 f '"

nieads from execution, attachment and distress, approved March: \\ relation to Crimes and :Misdemeanors: the locating; and selecting agents,and of the appraising agents and Hamilton i. 68\ UO 2'W' 380 1f f t'.
Was read the second time, and ordered to be engrossed for a third the classifying agents,and all the other necessary expenses incidentalto ColumLia" 177 1'r9( W4 Dro. / _. .
1 151a!:Which; was read the first time, and ordered to a second reading I readiig to-morrow. this system, and I fear there will not be a great deal of the fund u 45 56 IU 00.Alacllua :' '
and 75 copies ordered lo be printed. Bilfto be entitled An net to alter and amend the act entitled an left. 'The fact is, that although so large a quantity of the land has L \"y" 3 5 47 55 ,J. C
tomorrow Pursuant to previous notice, :Mr. Baldwin introduced a bill to bo act toincorporate the Atlantic and Gulf Rail Road Company: been sold, the fund is still in dtbt. For these reasons respectfully Marion :' Sj 301 503 1' ':. tDural
tltit.h.dn act to amend an act entitled an act for the protection Wj read, rule waived, read a second time by its title, and order recommend to the Senate the repeal of the supplemental preemptionAct ? 117\\ 124 134 321 ,
of: Fisheries on the coast of Florida, approved December 17th, 1845; ed tc Lc engrossed for a third reading to-morrow. passed at the last session,so that hereafter pre-cmptor3 shall not Nassau u ';'"3 12'2 217 \\e. rSt. 5
Which was read the first time, ordered for a second reading to. l n-roi"st.J! bill to be entitled, An act to amend the Constitution! enter lands, except at their appraised prices.In Joll113" 235; 110 453 ". "> yi. ;
and 75 copies ordered to be printed. of tIe Suite of Florida, compliance with the request "to make such suggestions as I Orange u 25 I 15 42' ; i.I
taorruw The following communication was received from the Register off Wis read the third time, and on motion, passed over informallyuntil think advisable in regard to the management of the Seminary and I St. Lucid G 5 8 19 .
Lauds: \.mlrrow. Internal Improvement Lands," I have the honor to say, that the Act Benton u 33 61 73 167 l'o "

talc [Here Insert Register's Communication.] Bill t, be entitled, An act to repeal an act to compel tho Judgesof of 1810, providing for the sale of Seminary Lands, (see Thompson's lIilIsboro'1gH 31 58 Uj ISI ,

Which was, on motion of )Most-ley: referred to the Committee the CVcuit Courts to hold the terms of Court jit the times and Digest, 114) in my opinion, n<.eds no amendment. It Los, thus far, l\Iollfoe"\ 50,, ]43114/_ 331TOT.L '

on Internal Improvements, and 75;) copies ordered to be printed places prescribed by law, approved January nth, 1819, operated vulL The lands sold under it have brought reasonably 1,811 21)42) 5,210 UU6 .

Mr.: Baldwin, from the Committee on Engrossed Bills, made the Was real the second timo, and on motion, referred to the Com fair prices, and the payments have been and are being punctually From these facts it appears that 1,814 can read only.. 2,9-12 can! : t
follow'ing report : mittee on tie Judiciary. made. The Legislature at the last session, (see Acts of ISIS, page read and write, and 5,210 cannot read or write. i' r
The Committee on engrossed bills beg leave to report as correct. Houso bit to be (entitled, An act to provide for the punishment of 33: ,) provided that the sale of the IGth sections should "be made Thi, in the opinion of your Committee, exhibits a state of society .. .I' tt

lv engrossed : such }persons' as unlawfully i issue::; pass or circulate. change bills or subject to all the rules, regulation:*:, and restrictions which are now most lamentabie, and} calls loudly for legislative interposition. ..... ;
A bill to be entitled, An act to amend the Constitution of the notes' under the denomination of one dollar: or may hereafter bo I imposed on the sale of Seminary Lands." I rhe County Commissioners are now limited Lithe amount to boraised JO fi'
State or Florida; Was read lie first time and ordered to a second reading tomorrow. advise a repeal of all the Acts heretofore passed!! on the suhjoct of by tl.to::: double the amount received from the State. }t. .n' f,

Also, Engrossed amendments to House bill to be entitled An act the wile of the Internal Improvement Lands, and the passage of an Should, then, the County Commissioners raise taxation. ,the full r' .f t
t3 incorporate the Peusacola and Navy Yard Plank ltoad Com ]House bill to\.0 el1titl d, An act to repeal an act entitled an act Act requiring\ the sale of said lands to be made subject to all the amount allowed: them, there will be, by this; means, six dollars raised 't, *
supplemental, to an act entitled an act to grant pre-eniption rights to rules, regulations, and restrictions which are now or may hereafter annually for the education of each child. tiThe 4. <0 ';
pany. JOHN I'. BALDWIN, Chairman. bottlers) on State lauds, passed' at the present session, approved January be imposed upon the sale; of Seminary Land*." Then we shall amount which will be required from the State Treasury i is ; :

Whish: was received and concurred in.Mr. 12th, 1819, have the School Lands=, the Seminary Lands, and the Internal Improvements small, compared to what is appropriated for school url roses in many t tP
Maxwell[ from the Committee. the Judiciary, made the following Was read the firs\ time, rule waived, read the second time and, on all governed by the same rules and regulations, and other States. It is not more than we can wells P: in so good a _
report : motion, referred to tic Committees on Schools and Colleges and much confusion: and misapprehension will thus be avoided. cause. ,, r

The Committee on the Judiciary, to whom was referred a bill to Internal .I mpron'tll'nb.'DIC Very* respectfully! The necessity for action i is urgent But little hope is thereof our, ,;
Lc entitled! An act in addition to die acts now in force in rotation. following; meSsl Repro- D. S. WALKER, Register 4.C'. maintaining inviolate our cherished institutions, or checking the tide I' i

lo the crimes and misdemeanors!, have had the same under consid-., sentatives: of fanaticism, if we suffer our youth to grow up in i ignorance,unable '

tratiiw, and think it expedient that it should be pasted. They recommend HOUSE OF Kr.rnn an additional section as follows : Honorable President of thr frnatr : now so often made-unable to read that hookltIlln tue uus oi f

SEC.2. lie it further enacted, That hereafter, any slave who! shall lit :-Tne Howe of Representatives, on motion of Mr. Milton, appointed which are contained the words of eternal life. ,

entiCt', or use: any means to induce any blare} to run away, or aid, :Messrs.! Milton! Long and >lag},eea Committee to confer The Committee on Schools and Colleges, to whom was referreda Let us not deny to them the means of, at least, obtaining that amount 1.- ,
i abet anyhlavein running ; or otherwise wilfully causea with a similar Committee. the of the Senate for the of. information which will serve to fit them for performing well :
asuit!> or away on part purpose! bill to be entitled An act providing new modes of investing: the
lobs of labour of :'ich slave to his or her owner or owners, shall of rescinding the Mth Joint Rule! for the government of thu House' their duties::! here, and enable them to judge for themselves of their !t !,! .
School Fund, prescribing the time at which the first distribution of duty with reference: to an 1 hereafter. '
upon affidavit and warrant be brought before any Justice of the and Senate. l j. :
fence i in the County where such offence is committed, and summariljr Respectfully, the interest of the School Fund shall be made, and also for increasing Entertaining' these views,your Committee recommend the p:1S3ge' _

tried before said Justice, :and if found guilty the slave KO offending II. AKCIIER.Speaker sail: Fund from thy State Tr'asurask.. leave to of the ,l. Respectfully subnutied, .. 1 1 f'.
shall receive not exceeding one hundred ...tripes.ud in all of the House of Representatives. O. :M.\ AVERY, J .

eves:: where such slave} is found guilty, the owner or owners thereof, On motion, the rule was waived and the message read. REPORT: Cnzinaan of Committee on Schools and : t. ,'
Dill be liable for the costs of sach proceedings. -, Collegc&t I -
On motion, a Corresponding Committee was appointed,said Committee ,
A. K. MAXWELL, C] ir1nan. to consist of Mt-b&rs. Baldwin, Avery and Forward, At the last session of the Legislature, a bill was introduced, providing STAEDINfi COHSITTEE5:! : : : 01 THE S2HATE.Commillez t "
Which was received and concurred in. The following 111e sJ.gelS received from tho House of Representatives a number of ways in which the School Fund e'W JJ oe ln- t
Mr. Forward, fiom the Committee on Corporations, made the : vested, but before the final passage of the W1.; *** except such as t

following report: Horse or REPRESENTATIVE. DpmTu 1ft icin rel.iti-d to stock of this State antt seine lUted states, were for various on the Judiciary. Committee on Federal Relations;.. .
The Committee on Corporations, baY had under consideration the Honorable lrl'.l '?' o.Jf rrie.enaty; : reasons stricken out. MMWS.! MAXWELL, Messrs. MAXWELL,
LID referred to ihpm f>n tled. An act to alter and amend the act en- t IR :-The following Resolutions have been adopted by the Stock of this State, as is well known, was but another name for FOKWAFID.FIXLEY FORWARD, i r .'' ,
tided an act to incorporate the Atlantic: and Uull heal toad Uompanv House ; Stale Certificates These were purchased at three per cent. discount F1KLEY. 1' ,
instructed their Chairman to r'portthe same with the School and Seminary Funds. These purchases of BALDWIN.AVERY. CRAWFORD.GHENT. : : '
and have me, as Resolved, by the Senate and House of Representatives of the State ," .' s
JOlL'\OS. s to ,
Lack to the Senate without amendment of Florida in General Assembly mnrfiieJ That the Medical Board btate paper being found more profitable than an investment in United ::

W. A. FORWARD, Chairman. of this State 1 be, und they are hereby required to establish a fee bill States stock-that stock !Wing held at a high rate-no investment Committee on th'Slate 0Commilttt: on Taxation end.'-" ,:

Which was received and concurred in. for Medical services, and report the same, if practicable to this, if in that stock has been made. Com m olllrcallh. Revenue. "' ,.
The following message was received from the House of RepreK&tatives not, to the next General A8 duLlJ'Be \ our Committee need not dwell upon the manifest impolicy of iiesrrs. BROWN of Columbia; Messrs. PERRY. "r.; .-
: it further lsuhd, That a copy of these Resolution?, properly the State shaving; its own pajxr. This proceeding can no longerbe .YTSTIN STEW ACT. "* j'l'ERRY.

HOVPE OF REPRESENTATIVES: December 10, 1650. certified, bo forwarded to the President of the Medical Board.ResjKctfiillv countenanced but provision will, without doubt, be made formeeting ImnDL"'GTO. TAYLOR.MiillLLAX.. l .
with cash the liabilities of the State. j'
lIno-::.Lle President of the Senate: nuDDL"GTO: .
SIR ::The following bills from the Senate have pasted the H. ARCHER, Some method for investing.: the School Fund ought to be adopted, Committee on the Judiciary.. Committee .
IIouso: Speaker House of lleprrsenlatives.Which which will combine seenrity, punctuality, and the highest rate of It :
Messrs. MAXWELL .
A bill to be entitled An act to change the name of Elizabeth interest which i it is practicable to obtain. MCB r5. FORWARD. / '. '
the rule being waived, was read, and the said ltebobtiou3 FORWARD.BA'LDWIX. )1I03ELUY ,+ .... > *
When the choice is to be mtdetw'el1' and other States '
HcCaskill; our own FIN LEY. BROWS of '
placed the orders of the day for tomorrow.Mr. .. lEIsborougi- '
A bill to b3 entitled, An act to change the name of Francis St. among Forward moved that the rule be waived and he be permitted most assuredly the decision should be in favor of our own. The PERRY, f 0..
finances of State ia condition. Com AYERY. CP.A WFORD. '3"
Join. our are now a prosperous J:
to make the motion i
following : her ia advance of her she Committee the JMessrs. lili! :: Committee .
career one revenue is on a
Respectfully, mencing year gradually on Engrossed BiUs'ileears. :
That leave he granted to the Committees; on Engrossed and Enrolled ;., \ *
II. ARCHER; Bills to at time gaining upon her liabilities, and will, in a few years, if no untoward !! JOHNSON. BALDWIN ""t
Speaker House of Representatives Which report carried. any event occurs, lie-free from debt FIX LEY :iMIILLAN; i' ,
Which was read, and ordered that the said bills be enrolled The Senate was thi If the State i is allowed to borrow part of this money, she can bMITU.OH:: TAYLOR, l r' I_
Cioliun until half 10 o'clock EXT.
u adjourned
past V AUSTIN. a
The was received from the House of Rcpre- lie t to her creditors, and we with confidence the "
following message : to-morrow, A. M. ja> may expect PERRY.Commit : JOHNSON, .
iieahUves: interest' tn be p,iid punctually.! So much: of this money a, is not r l'
State ,
fr o:: the of the Committee on School and ., ,
Horse OF REPRESENTATIVES: December 9, 1650. desired by the St.1.tr.'our Committee think can be safely loaned to Cimwontzeallh.Messrs '
Honorable President of the Senate: COKHUITICATION :FROM] THE REGHSTEi PUBLIC LANDS City and County. authorities under the restrictions imposed; in the Colleges. ',': !
BROWS, of .
Sm : The House have passed the following bills, iiz: bilL. AUSTIN, Columb'31es&s. A VERY.ilAXWELL. iY f' .'

An act to repeal an act entitled an act supplemental to an act OFFICE OF THE REGISTER OP PUBLIC LANDS, No reason; i3 known to your Committee why implicit confidence PERRY F1NLEY, .
en tll'du act to grant preemption rights to settlers on State TALLAHASSEE, December 9, 1550. should not be placed in the integrity of our City and County Corporations. BUDDIXGTCff.GIIEXT. BROWN, of Colombia. .- '''I.' 1:.
lands, passed at the present session approved, January 12, 1849. To the Honorable R. J. FLOYD, 1 Although some of them have, iu times past, been indebted JOHNSON.Committee :::; t,
An act to provide for the punishment of such persons, as unlawfully President the to :large amount, they have always acted honorably to Committee on Propositions arid on Amendments and;:'. ** <.
issue, pass or circulate change bills or notes under the denomination of Senate : wards their creditors in the most trying period of the past. Grievance Revision of the Constitution. ,., .
of one dollar. Silt: By a vote of the Senate, on the 5th inst., on a motion made The third section of tho bill provides that, should there not be Me'srs! SMITH Slesar FINLEY, t .
Respectfully, by' Mr. Avery, the Register was requested to inform that body of enough money arising from the interest of the School Fund to allow BROWN, of Hillsborough; MAXWELL, t. '
ii. ARCHER, the number of acres of Internal Improvement lands bold! -the average two dollars a year to be given to each child, the deficiency shall be CRAWFORD, 3103ELEY
Speaker House 1l'I tlfnlalit'C:. price per acre for which paid land has been sold-the number made up from the State Treasury. The amount which will be required r.IIENT.MOSELEY., GUEST. .. : .!
"'bich3.1 read. of acres sold, for which the State has complete. title-the number} of to make up this deficiency, cannot be ascertained with precision. :: BROWN,of Hillaboronga. .-. 1-' \,
The following meisage.was received 'from the House of Representatives acres bold of land selected for internal improvements, but which selections Your Committee,however, think it wiltnot"ar) much from Committee on Internal Improve Committee on the Executive De. i.- ;

: have not yet been approved; also, the number of acres of 7,800. ments. partmenU !' : r;
Horse OF REPRESENTATIVE, December 0, 1650. Seminary land sold, and the average price per acre for which said Messrs. TAYLOR, Jis33r AUSTIN ,i ;
have based this estimate the following data STEWART, k.
land has ken sold. 1'hej' upon : SMITH '
Honorable President of the Senate :
:SIH:-Thd House have indefinitely postponed Senate bill to be Also, that the Register should inform the Senate concerning 0 the The amount now in the Treasury belonging to tho Common School AUSTIN BUDDIXGTOX, STEWART TAYLOR. _, .r."1).

entitled, An act to authorize Hiram Roberts, a minor, of Jackson operation of the }pre-emption law, passedit the last session-w}wth.er Fund is 831,632 93> BROWX, of Columbia. BROW, of Colnmbix J ,'
County, to assume the management of his own estate, and to contract it has }been beneficial in jt operation or otherwise, and to make The interest on the above, for six months, prior to 20th Committee on Election: Committee on Enrolled Bill: ,
and be contracted with. such suggestions as he might think advisable with regard to the managemont July, 1851, at (G per cent. 013 98 Messrs. MOSELEY, Kcssrs. FORWARD,
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Respectfully, of the Internal Improvement and Seminary; lands." The amount that will probably accrue to said Fund from SMITH, AVERY :' L
II. ARCHER, oIn compliance with these request, I have the honor to say, that bond and notes now iu possession of the Register, STEWART, BROWN: of Cohen1 r
Spealxr House of Reprcseatativcs.Which all the Internal Improvement lauds that have heretofore been sold prior to 'JOth July, 1851, 17,515 31 BALDWIN.MCMILLAX... BUDDL. GTOS.T i" .'
was read. has been sold by pre-enptioli, and the whole amount so sold is Probable amount of 5 per cent. Fund for present year, GOO; 00 JOHNSON. .Y :i '
The following communication was transmitted to his Excellency, 11,439 0-100 acres. For notes and bonds on hand, payable prior to 20th Committee on Claims q.$ AccountsMessrs. :: Committee on Agriculture. .

the Governor. The sum of money for which they have been sold is 81],USO 59-! July, 1852, and which may be reckoned as carrying BROWN FIXLEY of Hillsborough 3fe srs. BUDDINGTON I .
SENATE CHAMBER December 100. The price at which have been sold PERRY \I, .
9, 1850. average they is one dollar interest: 15,000 00 BUDDIXOTON, BROWN, of Columbia.SMITH. .'
Ha Excellency THOMAS BKOWX, and three mills per acre. The sales of IGth Sections, prior to 20th July, 1851, BALDWIN.; I, l L .
Governor of Florida : The number of acres sold, for which the State has complete title will probably amount to at least 4,272 79 TERRY. AUSTIN '; : ...
SIR:-I have the honor herewith to transmit for the approval of is 9,137, and the number of acres sold, of selections 1 which have not 4 1
jour Excellency, yet ueen approved by the United States Government, i is U'J02: and Making[ for the principal of the School Fund, 20th July, i 1 ti -
A bill to be entitled, An act to empower Henry B. Davis, a minor, the date of the last sale of the last mentioned lands is Oct.20,1850. 1851, 70,000 00 Congressional Appro-prialions.loi- three pages of a sup: I.

to assume the management of his own estate; With regard to tho Seminary lands, I will, as soon as I can have This, placed at interest at 0 per cent., will yield 81,200. plement of the National Intelligencer are occupied with a report of I .
Alto, preamble and resolutions relative to causes in Admiralty; it }prepared, lay before the Senate a list: of all tliat have been bold], the Clerk of die House of Representatives, detailing the appropriations "; E
made it
the returns in 18-18, appeared that there i in the ;
By were
I their
Passed the Houses of the General and bigued respective} .
by made the first
I during session of the
time between thirty-first The'
State at that 9,9GG children the of five and Congress.
The of the law ages eighteen
tho thereof. operation pre-emption "
bjr officers passed at the last:
presiding Respectfully, i is, and has been, in the opinion of the Register, exceedingly preiu-, years, exclusive! of Santa Rosa and Dade, from which no returns aggregates under the several heads are as follows: f '
:NEiLL'McPHERSON, dicial. The necessary effect of that law i is to exclude were received Civil, diplomatic: and miscellaneous, 89,388,338 32 t;r.
owning 100 from every person ,rethink we may safely assume that for the first year, there will Military and fortifications, 1 .
Secretary Senate.' acres, a participation in its benefits, and to enable 1),aii,845 .
THE those who do not own 1GO acres to purchase that leas not bi::.more than 6,000 of these children, of whom returns will be Indian department, including naval, revolutionary 'i{ q
ORDERS OF DAY. quantity at 'f
frequently, thdii $ of its value. Under this law, a citizen owning, made as required by law, before they can obtain the school money.If and other pensions, 4,537,573 St" .
Bill to be entitled, An act to amend an act entitled an act for se 100 acres may offer me ten or fifteen dollars an acre for a tract of so,that each child may receive two dolls:rs,there will be requiredin Naval service, 10,413,133 37 ;.

curing Hens to Mechanics, Overseers, and others, approved December land,which 1 will be compelled to refuse, because the land has not all, 812,000 00 Post Office Department, 5,447,580 82 !\'
Jth"ISt5, been offered at public sale, and yet at the same time, I may be com* From this'take the amount of interest of school fund, 4,200 00 In fulfilment of the treaty with Mexico,' 3,360,000 00. ;.' '
Was read the second time.' lulled to sell the same land to a pre-emptor at three dollars .
On motion of Mr.[ Avery, the rule was waived, and said bill wasagain haps even as low as fifty cents per acre It' has not uufrcqueutly, or per Will.. leave, to IMS taken'from'tho Treasury of the State, Total appropriations! S.12,<188J500 77 I
read by its title, and referred to the Committee on the Judi happened that the Register has been sell } on the 20th July, 1852, 8 7,800 00 13
compelled to lauds at prices will be reduced in Foreign Items.-The operations! !of the British steamers in } .
ciary.House. from to This amount, it i is probable, some measure, by thp.'Pa.
varying fifty cents S3 Ilt.'r acre, which arc worth and cUic are about to be increased and extended
bill to IKJ entitled, An act to authorize Jasou Gregory to have actually been appraised at frog $4 to 85 means derived from various sources-as the escheating of estates by a somi-j>onthl"mail ,
tablish a ferry across the Apalachicola River, at Ochessee, in nothing of the policy of this discrimination! against.pr acre.our old I will settlerswho say sums derived from' wrecks-a bonus to be paid by banks; &c. It raiso service and, :Panama., in lieu of the existing monthly packets between f Valna.-

Calhoun County, hare struggled with tho numerous adversities which will be safe'your Committee think, to calculate upon no more bo- -
Was read the third time. Florida peace and in warfrom her earliest settlement have afflicted fug required from the Treasury than the amount specified. Australia is 2000 miles from north to south, Q. nn 60m east

On motion of Mr. Baldwin, said bill was laid on the table until the State thinks to exclude them from the benefits If. Will the General'Assembly grant this amount in aid of the School west. If contains 3,000,000 square miles, 1,-"i OOOOOOO 5 proper
to-morrow. of a preemption Fund! Your Committee are constrained to think they wilL acres, and a seabord of 8000 miles.. }
law 'because they'happen! ( to own 100
of land
acres it is
House bill to be entitled, An act to authorize Henry Hewitt to matter with which the agents of the Seminary and Internal Improvement a By tliis"aid,'the' counties will be induced to organize under the I The emperor of Russi a proposes it is said, to have a glare(1 bored ". ', .
Btablifch! a ferry across the Choctawhatchee River at Hewitt's Funds have nothing to do. If the State owned these lands 'it law for establishing a school system passed at the last'session..- under the Neva similar to that execufed by l\lr. BruneI] under !;o '
Once organized the various districts add to the amountreceivedfrom Thames. ; tha' ,
can l\L Aliaric
Bluff1'aa would well citizen a celebrated '
perhaps bo to give wlib Fr
every would settle ncb- +
on arrguieer i
read the. third time, and on motion laid on the table until to.Lorrptr them 100 acres,' whether he owned that quantity: not! the State, 140'much as they,think proper,by taxing themselves.' aprIiedto to furnish ns for thus untJerta1<<.' .. .. -t.t!! ;
-, . previously or I The, cause of Education, ii too( vitally-important. to bos 'et'ad to I I # ,.... ,. ..'....-,''1,)f'''''' '

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: "'and- BO much as provides that nt------no tax shall be T i PoW real of operations; the acts ,of Congress and the I have reading with ,and yet bare not. c
SENATE PROCEEDINGS.i on property [!tjtdrthinn & J nrtfaL01 Constitution itself are to be paralysed and tp '" than three of '
'1 at a higher quarters one pcrxrentum on the ,'My intention when I
-- assessed value of said broken down. cmee wn1
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lection a new invention wfll t !fo
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Add to second section the following, and _shalt havo to B. HILTON & E. ,
power believe .
Eohinsofl ta
letter from Solon Esq. jour Stt you have some of fij! mar
., The Senate met pursuant to adjournment impose a tax on real estate in said city at a rate not C CC dinf two EDITORS AXD PROPRIETORS. lands in the the f
0Hcspt'ctfully We indebted{ Col. Robert '\. William in Southern
are to 1
The Rev. Mr. Pratt officiated as chaplain I per centum on the assessed value of such property. have 0 r
I seen
t A quorum being present, tho Journal of yesterday was read andttpprovcd. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1850. $; ,for the following I letter from this t!stinI may I ni.with some name account of. Mr.of the matter,i_

J ARCHER th JtVooley
gnished Agriculturalist : pal a
\ cf i
: Pursuant to previous notice, Mr. Stewart introduced a bill to be Speaker Hoiue of Representatives.Which Notice to Delinquent Subscribers. tb city.purchasing a iaad J
NEW-YORK November 185C
: in France fur the
J entitled, An act for the relief of the heirs of J. Underwood; was read, and said House Bills ordered to be placed among tir It U seldom that we make a public salon purpose of introducing it' i 5n a iv '\i;
Which was read the first time, rule waived, read the second time, the orders of the day. the patrons of the FLORIDIAX d JOCR.r tt, but our I WILLIAMS weatlI United States, and finding when i it arrived tlatuU "s

and referred to a select Committee consisting of Messrs. Stewart, House amendments to the: Senate Bill to be (:1titll'lJn net to boots contain the names of a large number of persons I; Dr. Sir: Owing to the unusually mild some t L already been j ptt here by too-.
have not left the city. The first severe native Some of tLe
# Taylor and Perry. amend the act incorporating the city of Pensacula, approved M. :ch who have neglected to comply with the terms on i yet genius. JCt pLblwhgjresent
oj the North-cast will start me Soutb-wejt I Jype to machine r p
Pursuant to previous notice, Mr. Johnson introduced a bill to be 2, IS'f, which they receive the and as'rt U impossible I as being capable ( refining b '

( entitled, An act for the ivlief Nathaniel P. Marion ; Were concurred in, and said Senate Bills ordered to bo enrolled. fir us to FCC them personally paper, we avail ourselves of leave here next week and be with you Wort Chritmrw sugar !as to make it equal to good Ioak almost.m. u,

Which was read the first lime, rule waived, read second time, ORDERS OF THE DAY this means to urge upon them a little attention to a matter at any rate. I wish I could take a iw if these' tantaneoulr. Such statements have tended W t

and referred to the Committee on Claims and Accounts. of small pecuniary importance to them individually miserable brawlers that are continually tying out against ate distrust,because. th made the operatita of!, U

Pursuant to previous notice, Mr. Forward introduced a bill to l lie ; Engrossed Bill to be entitled, An act to amend the Constitutionof the disunionistJ of the South eels/ they are simple law of nature appear miraculous,
,but to us of the greatest importance. We ask themrMtjut. i ,
entitled, An act to amend an act 1 providing for tae purchase, on the the State of Florida, banding together to repel,by force, a l w of Congressand quence of their exaggerations of truth. A statement t p
\ The lest of midi and bodies
tJ} energies our
.4" part of thc State, of lands: for sale for taxes; Was read the third time; on the question of its passage the yeas abrogate a provwon of the Con itution; at the which you may depend upon may b
'z i'. Which was read the firfct time, and ordered-for a second reading and nays were called and were: are put forth to gratify our reaJej<,and we certainly fame time crying lilt Peace,peace!Down with the you although not yourself interested m WJ t J
I do not feel Lit it too much of them that wgar-malanj. :
to-morrow. Yeas-Messrs. Austin, Avery, Baldwin, Buddington, Finley, Forward u asking nullifier-.*cceders-wicked sL'\ve-b1dcrs-who are But your State and your friends arc. Cut ''

Pursuant to previous notice, Mr Forward introduced a bill to be Johnson, Maxwell, McMi11a11,1toselev, Smith, Stewart-12.Xays they shall gratify /.t by a faithful and punctual fulfillment disturbing the harmony of cnr glrrkls Government r h bought one of the machines for plantation.-Gambia,. k

entitled, An act altering the mode and manner of redemption, of -Mr. President, Messrs. Brown of Columbia. Brown of of their part of the contract. Shall we make Their conduct reminds me of&dnnken rowdy I saw T whole apparatus docs not h more < !
tliw call in vain? Remittances be made without occupy room
lands purchased bv the State for taxes; I HiHsborough! Crawford, Chart, Perry, Taylor-7. am once in front of a gentleman's house rearing and pitching than a sugar-hogshead, and only requires about b..

Which was read the first time, and ordered to a second reading : Said bilC'was lost, not having received the Constitutional majority. txpcree through Post MuUw: who are authorized by like a mad bull swearing tha he would lick the power of two horses from a band tha e
House l bill be 'utitlcdn act to provide for the punishment of lair to frank letters containing money for Newspaper conce wiya a b
to-morrow. ; owner intents if hi would only cone out into the middle steam-engine, to drive it with force to
Pursuant to previous notice, Mr. Client introduced a bill to be such persons as unlawfully issue, pass, or circulate change bills or subscription Self-interest will constrain us to purgeour of the road; and when the Cmstaole came to arrest hour. The l&cct sugarwhea refina t

entitled: An act to locate and make permanent the County site of notes under the denomination of one dollar, subscription list at the end of the present volume, hum for mal. a noise and disturbing i the peace half abut cool:0 in pt ggar-Lnuseis a b right about J*,
second time and referred to the Committee the unless disposition i li evinced to continue th
Walton County; Was read the on by delinquents of the whole reighborbfxxj, thought himself the operate upon, so that instead of waiting ct

Which was read the first time and ordered for a second reading Judiciarv. to patronize us on terms more agreeable to our most injured individual in the vorld-declared himself fur the molasnc* to drain ; the planter sver'ei
to-morrow. House bill to ba entitled, An act to authorize Henry Hewitt, to darlings. of may lend jt J
the most peaceably disposes of all others-that the t market the same day comes from the kettles J
"t Pursuant to previous notice, Mr Maxwell introduced a bill to be establish a ferry across the Choctawhatchy River at Hewitt's Bluff, ,---
disturbance in the afreet wad all the fault of the ra.ealfn : But what w still better, he will 1* able to I acent.
entitled, An act in relation to Injunctions; Was read the third time. I Southern Rights Association.The get 23 M* '
r the house"becuse if tc had come out like a man : more for the whole product- I
,.1 Which was read the first time and ordered to a second reading Mr. Forward moved that the bill entitled, An a.t to authorize next meeting of the Ccntrcville Southern lismoLusesTill
less in but
when I first anitlet licked him like h-Il quantity better in
r came ip me b quality,and tee.
Hewitt establish &c. be referred to the to I t
tomorrow.Mr. Henry to L Ferry, .Attom'J Rights Association will be lll'ld\t the
I should not haTe excitetl and made noise. But gar a white and dry white Havana.
Baldwin gave notice that he would, on some future day, introduce General of this State, for his legal opinion as to whether the Gcuer- pt a a (
Pisgah Meeting House on Thursday next who could stand it jnd him there the The process of separation of the molasse t
eee sitting by from
a bill to bo entitled, An act amendatory of the several acts al Assembly under the provi;iorts of the! Constitution of hl't' tl", tie .
.4 the Iflth instant when addresses will 1K" window smoking his igar,just a1 quiet as though nothing sugar H this expeditious ao perfect: manner,i :
now in force relating to the mode of appointment and duty of Auctioneers has power to charter the said Ferry, without previous notice having i ae-
was the matte-while I felt as though I would complishcd by placing it in a semi-fluid state in
been given of the application for such act; hyL'essrs. DuPont and a cyl
h the earth and ink him to hill if I could and I inder, Besides of which are made of brass
., The following message was received from las Excellency, the I Which was carried. White delegates from Honda to tho Nashville open ; wieganj,,
Governor: House bill to bo entitled, An act to authorize William II. Ciao Convention.la would not care lit did"go with him, so I could have and then giving a very rapid mOt>which forces all

EXECUTIVE DHPAKTMCXT, l and Albert Gol.ay to cut a Canal connecting the waters of the Per- things my own way and be revenged on him-the the liquid portion through the strainer,tearing tIle

.. December II, 18)0. dido River and the Grand Lagoon Grange Female Seminary. mean, Mieakin
To the Honorable R. J. FLOYD, Was read the first time, and ordered for a second reading to Parents and Guardians will see in our co. ," eau the COI1."taLe"oo.t! has he done to tened bV the strong current of air that enters the open

President the Senate youP end of the cylinder, and la forced through the sides
of : morrow. humus the advertisement of this institution.: I?
SIR: I have approved and signed, "An act to empower Henry B. House bill to be ent!Ii'Jn, act to declare LaFayctte and Four La is beautiful and "Done! ws bin-he ha'n't done nothing! I just the rapidity of the motion.
Grange a
Davis, a minor, to assume the management of his own estate." Mile Creeks navigable streams, J healthy village asked him fr>give ma hw cigar, as I saw it was a good But I will not tire your patience any fmttcr. Twill

Also, "Preamble and Resolutions relative to causes in admiralty" Was read the first time and ordered for a second reading to-mor and we understand that! patrons of Mr. Bacon one,and lit never took the least notice of me,any more give you details when 1 see you.

Which I have caused to bo deposited in the olfico of the Secretarv consider his one of the very best Female Col. than thoari I was a nigger. At that, I pulled off my lost sincerely yours,ttc,

1 of State. row.Mr.. Baldwin, from the Committee on Engrossed Bills, made the egiatc institutions in the Union. Such establishments -; cHat and told him if he would come out I would lick! SOLON ROBQTSOcr.

TIIO. BROWX.Mr. following report: in the South have him to death And what do you think the fellow did
no excuse to.
With his Coffin his Back
Brown, of Hillsborough[ made the following report: The Committee on Engrosed Bills beg leave to report as correct. Southern at that? Why sir, he never looked round, but kept on !!!
parents send their daughters Northto Speaking of the nullification of the
t' The Committee on Claims and Accounts, to whom was referredthe engrossed : on 'king just as quiet as you tee him now! "* i-

k petitions of Mrs. M. A. Hanlec and David Plait, asking that I A bill to be entitled An act consolidating the Counties Monroe bo educated among the abolitionists.The what made me boil over like old Ycstn ius. It's all five Slave Law, which has lately been accomplished .

Taxes assessed and collected of them for keeping Tavern in the and Dade for Judicial purposes; his fault. If any body has broke the peace,that's the in Boston and elsewhere through.

town of Columbus, be refunded, ask leave toRia'0R'1' A bill to be l'ntitlcJn act amendatory of the several acts in relation Odd Fellows Celebration. f.'low !r"But out the North,the Richmond l-Jnyairfrbreaii
to Excutions. ofl'ia a manner creditable to the I
: the law.is against you." j forth in the furious
Tliat have had the under consideration. believing JOHN P. BALDWIN Chairman. Order, Thursday last. A following language. Won.
they same Although procession large "Against me! Then,sir, it is a most iniquitous lawan
that extreme caution should be used in refunding taxes as a Which was received and concurred in, and said bills ordered to audience-fine singing-and a I beautifuland unconstitutional law-a law made by a set of der how long before the same press will be

general thing,yet after a careful examination of the subject of the petitioners be placed among the orders of the day. ." appropriate address admirably dtliveedbv miserable drunken dough-Ciccj, and it shall be repealed. ready to welcome another "surrender bill!t" i
I would 1 lo duet..r. liouu bill to"be entitled An act to establish Circuit Court in
have come to the conclusion, that injustice a If recollect it
lion. .\. E. Maxwell. I am a free citizen-I am not bound to obey we rightly was quite as rampant -:, I
..... .
of the .
\j .twin;; u compiy l' tlaihtlle 1 prayer petitioners.Your Levy County,
Committee find such a law. It w a law fur slaves, not freemen; and less than a year ago, when Mr. Clay introduced .
on examination of the Assessor and Collector Was read the first time, and ordered to a second reading to-mor
s Books fur Cdumbii County, t'sat there are only two Taverns row. City Hotel. you are a myrmidon of oppression if you attempt to his Resolutions. Yet in a few weeks

assessed. Both of these at Columbus and from We believe we have already called the attention enforce such a wicked law. Ill sir-111 when the
::1 are our knowledge of Engrossed bill to be entitled, An act consolidating the Counties appal ap thereafter, same resolutions were

1 the business done there, and the situation of the place at present, of Dade and Monroe, for Judicial purposes, t of the public to our advertisement of peal to the highest court; yes>, fl appeal to embodied in the Adjustment Enquirer

.I your Committee: believe that they could with equal justice tax every Was read the third time; on the question! of its passage the yeas the City Hotel. No one visiting Tallahassee, high court of IfVe before I will submit to such a was quite contented-thought the schema
"' House where travellers law-a law that endangers the of American
usually stop in travelling through the Coun- and nays were : can fail to observe the immense improvement liberty an
It t r tv. They, therefore, recommend the passage of the accompanying Yeas-Mr. President, Messrs. Austin, Avery, Baldwin, Brown of of the establishment, citizen! I will stand. here upon my re- n'c rights, by which, as.(;o\. Floyd himself admits, the

Bill for their relief, and atk to be discharged from the further consideration : Columbia, Brown of Ili'.lsborough': Buduington! Crawford, Finley, under its present management : and see the whole nation sink before I will submit to South was excluded from every foot of the

I of the same. Forward, Ghent, Johnson, Maxwell, McMillan Most-ley, Perry, )Ir. J. M.Crane,who is employed as be E imposed upon!* valuable territory of the Pacific, quite acceptable

\ To which U respectfully submitted. Smith, Stewart'I'avlor-10.. : superintendent, ia by his energy, politeness, I need not make the application But if you wont I :

M. C. BROWN, Navs-None. attentijn and exhaustless good humor, aboutas give up Y'Ju cigar, jut walk out into the middle or i "We will resist the violations of the laws-ve i jiJretaliate
Chairman Committee on Claims and Accounts, Saran uu j, \sed. Title as stated. the road and submit to a tarnation licking, and all .
well fitted for this business of hotel keeping in self-defence and to the bitter end let us
Which was received and concurred in.Mr. Ordered that the b- 11, certified to the IIousc of Representa this noise, will stop,-for then we shall have the satis idly resolve no more. Danger before us-a rectlwa

Avery, from the Committee on Schools and College, and Mr. tives. as any man we have met in seventeen faction. not only of gptting the cigar, but of getting it cru.mar.-li.dled and equipped by a whole sectionof

Taylor, from the Committee on Internal Improvements, made the Engrossed bill to bo entitled, An act amendatory of too several States. All manner of success to hu enoris kr o u IkigLcr power" than the law of justice-the law the confederacy thrown into the field; the Pclpit
fc-llowitig Report: acts in relation to Executions, -both for his own sake and that of others. of might, which is always right ia..ccedrhra.gives authority. xnunatr, directly peal af:cr"-5tivelj.to thunder peal ti.LJU.ueach wio/

The Committee on Schools and Colleges, and the Committee on Was read the third time; on question of its passage the yeas and Later from There is another re.o why I should like to take successive change in the great drama; cocniless
lr, Internal Improvements, to which Committees was referred the bill nays were: Europe.The some of those higher law folks with me. One thousands of treasure are thrown upon the altar, and,

(entitled An act to repeal an act supplemental to an act entitled an Yeas-:Mr. President, l\1es rs. Baldwin, Ghent, Smith-1. steamer Arctic, arrived at New York on of them might elevated towards the pro worse than all this falsehood and slander pander tq
b up o:
act to settlers State Lands at Messrs. Austin Brown of Columbia Brown of the itt instant, bringing intelligence of advance the wild elements of discord and strife. How after
grant preemption rights to on passed Nays- Avery, an that law, with no better foundation than their own arguments blow is aimed at our existence; devices that would

the present session, approved January 12, 1640, hating hadthe Hilbborough'; Buddington, Crawford, Finley, Forward, Johnson, of an eighth of a penny in cotton. to stand greatly to the benefit of a majority disgrace the thieves of Spain and the rcbbtrs cf Italy

tame under consideration, ask leave to report the bill back without Maxwell, McMillan, Moseley, Perry, Stewart, T:1Jlor-15. of the upn this country. Another portion are enacted and boasted ot The tribunnals if justiceare

amendment, and recommend its passage. Said bill was lost. By Telegraph. wl> are honest but ignorant might benefited byteeing turned upside down or are filled by abettors of

't O. M. AVERY, A Lill to be entitled, An act to amend an act entitled, An act to We are indebted to S. F. Burney, Esq., for the laboring population of the South b during the sentiments manufacture.as nefarious The laws as the blackest under fanaticism feet can
are trampled ,I
Chairman Committee on Schools and Colleges. exempt Homesteads from execution, attachment, and distress, approved telegraphic intelligence announcing the arrival Chri-u' holidays, and contrasting their condition and again with the knowledge of the chief"cxecutra

-, W. R. TAYLOR{, I March llth, 1845, of tho Asia at New York. The with thousands of "free citizens" this city. The officer of the country, and the fUitLIess actors are not
Chairman Committee on InernallmproI'C1r.i'lltS. ,I Was read the second time, and referred to the Committee on the dispatchis : in the i din laced. Under these, circumstances,justice demands
t r 1\f Avery, from the Committee on Schools and Colleges made Judiciary.A dated tho 7th, and reports "cotton flat, or get exciting difficulty way r a settlement this of.nJ the of Virginia that her strength should be thrown agaas

t the following report: ; bill to be entitled An act to amend an act entitled, An act for down one eighth.} found in the qu'sto'now agitating i t b these malignant derelictions of duty Hcrcclean as is
extreme ignorance of Northern the task she must and will perform'it Who
't (Here insert MrAvery's Report) the protection of Fisheries on the Coast of Florida, approved December to what U the actual addition of the slaves.rre a her capacity L In her youth she lifted the load quests of tyranny

{r VMi-h! was received,and 150 copies ordered to bo printed. 17th, 1815, President's Keasage. Education and continual fastened to her shoulders by England h(r.'IL-
a the
." :::1! Mr Smith, from the Commute' on Proposition and Grievance, Was read the second time, and referred to the Committee on the Our readers must content themselves with has harping on subject She is now too well grown to need any assistance.But .-
fixed in the minds of
the moss of the ,
population who
rt madethe following Report: Judiciary. the abstract of the Presidents! Message, which questions the co-ojieraticn of every State
something horrible connected with the South of All will follow
name of slave us us.Ve will punt the
The Committee on Propositions and Grievances, to whom was House Preamble and Resolutions relative to Mosquito[ Bar, we last week. "The
gave Compromisersat and way; we will lead the charge;we will enter tie arena
referred the petition of Maria I.West, asking the General Assembly Were read the first time, rule waned, lead wrond time. Washington well ry. Jadation nu.-ry crely-ta-tu whether another leaps after it" cr no-do right becscse
to her leave that have had the Mr. moved amend said resolutions out the seem pleased with it- whip, ( ant duece" and backs it is and
change name, beg to report they Avery to by striking right acceptable God stands first in the category
same under consideration, and can see no just reason why the prayer word "directed" in the second line of the last resolution, and insertthe Elsewhere it calls forth few remarks. We gored with the dinr'J lab, and almost every inhuman of human duties. Consequences are consulted

of the"petitioner should not be granted; therefore your Committee "requested" in lieu thereof; append the criticisms of the Richmond Enquirer cruelty, i associated with all their ideas, when by tie timid and the Clrt1e. Reason teaches prudtnce

Introduces following bill and recommends its passage.I Which amendment was adopted, and said resolutions read the and' Charleston Mercury. think of the m'ttutiul Could they b made to duty wall demands, high as ad Heaven(o We and will as act strong, we a will* the throw hill%upa against E

.. J. SMITH, Chairman. third time and passed as amended. Tho Enquirer remarks : sec : undtriad that Southern slaves, taken a a I the nefarious outrages committed in a Northern |

Which was received, and said bill ordered to be placed among the Ordered that the same be certified to the House. large body of laborers, are really and indi-putablv the 1 State. Let those take shelter behind it who think ft |

.t orders of the day. Mr. Baldwin, from the Committee on Engrossed Bills mado the We confess ourselves much disappointedin most l happy and contented body of laborers m the The word nbmit" may suit others. To us it is not .

Tlie following was received from the House of Rcprefceniatives following report: this .tate paper, which had been heralded world; because they are a provided with the comforts acceptable.. The coward may choose to wear,the
message a
with fu.'h a flourish of trumpets. In this crisis of life, without anxious chains of higher'law" matters. For cs, let tie consequnces -
m : The Committee on Engrossed Bills beg leave to report as correctly of tile nation's fate had an thought t trouble be *lu.t they ma v,we will take the mcipiuit
f HorsE OF REPRESENTATIVES: December 10, 1850. Engrossed: we expected n them a to how they are to b obtained; than would steps and go boldly to the breach
communication which
Honoralle President of the Senate: A bill to be entitled, An net to alter and amend the act entitledan by its energy, power they cease to talk about abolition, merely because the Those outrageat Boston and elsewhere, roust le

t SIR: The House have passed the following bills viz : act to incorporate the Atlantic and Gulf Rail Road (Company.JOHN. and hearty eloquence, would have struck ter. name of slaverygrates upon the ear through the forceof rebuked; the fugitive slave law shall 1*enforced evca
into the embodied of lawbreaking at the of the
ror phalanx point bayonet at the cannons mouth ft
A bill to be entitled, An act to incorporate the Leon and Gads. P. BALDWIN, Chairman. t-uctio because it is fashionable to keep up Virginia ""illlea.e'Ule title
abolitionism. With Mr. Webster and Mr.[ Union. Xot one jot er
A den Plank: Road Company; Which report was concurred in, and said bill ordered to be placed Crittenden his side had looked for the ctaole"g din of agitation. shall be oblite.. It shall be respected and executed
A bill to be entitled, An act to amend an act to more fully define among the orders of the day. by we apaper Notwithstanding all the noise you hear,I do believe ; or else every citizen in the Southern States fballbfi

the rates of, and duty of Pilots for the Port of Cedar Keys";; House bill to be entiJedn act to amend an act more fully to which would have appealed not onlyto there are conservatives enough in the North, if they I I called en to'defend the sovereign rights of tlfr

A bill to be entitled, An act to regulate the Pilotage of the bar of define the rates of, and duty of Pilots for the Port of Cedar Keys, the reason but to the heart of the nation could be arcused to to fay to those disunion aside.States. The flinching head cf the nation must stand acd
in at Ie falters in his liai
proclaiming thunder-tones, a la mode Old duty,and,we consign
the River St Johns; Was read the first time, and ordered for a second reading to-nior. that the demagogues, "get Lhd me, Satan f and although his abettor to condemnation.
laws "shall be
Hickory, executed/
A bill to be entitled, An act to change the name of Robert Wa- they might still bark and growl, they would deprived
terston, of Levy County, to that of Robert W. Randall, row.House bill to he.entitledn act to incorporate the Leon and The Message, though sensible and srnooth- of the power to bite. L letter from Gen. Hamilton'

Respectfully, Gadsden Plank Road flowing, is time and cold, to our apprehen This distinguished son of Carolina, has '
Company, A
desperate will made this
'. sion. On tho vexed the it attempt b
questionof .
H. ARCHER, Was, on motion ordered to be returned to the House of Representatativ.es presents views which we admit to be day sound, repeal the fugitive slave law. I it succeeds, I shall written letter to the people of South Carolina

,,'I Speaker House of Representatives. and that the Secretary bo instructed to inform the look for dated H&
a of what I have Brazorb Texas NOT. ,
correct so far they and which if eptdy long seen County, ,
as comg
Which was read, and said bills ordered to be placed. among the House that'no certificate accompanies said bill, showing that the go, disastrous
we could believe they would bo fully carriedout slowly apprOc a dissolution of this which is published in the Charleston Mercu
orders of the day. publication required law has been made.
) Union. How shall this
The received from the House of House bill entitled we would entertain better hopes for the calamity be averted i I can- ry. After reviewing the cause of discontent
following message was Reprcvcntativcs to An act to change the name of Robert' n the
by conservatives.of the S
I 1 rights of tho South and the Union' of the :b they can
: Waterston, of Levy County, to that of Robert W. Randell, States." not see the danger. can by r leading men of and the measures of Compromise of tie last

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, l Was read the first time, and ordered to a second reading to-mor The .the Sut if they will I unite.b If the Southern members session of Congress,.tne General concludes
December 10, 1650. S Mercury says:
row.Bill wall manifesto that there is sufficient reason' why the
publish a no
; : If on. President of the Senate: to bo entitled, An act to change the name of Maria L. "This document was delivered to the two Cunge" plainly
i >, SIR:-Tho House have concurro in tIle Senate amendments to West, Houses yesterday. We received it last nightat tie agitators that the very moment that re. Union should be disrupted, and' therefore advises

House bill to be entitled, Au act to Incorporate the Escambia Was read the first time, and ordered to a second reading to-mor ten o'clock, and are obliged to present it peal u made, they will'withdraw from the house and and counsels the people to have patience.In .
Wank Road Company, to our readers without! particular comment.- appeal to t'i constituent, it will show they are in tho event ofa civil war, however he prof:; "
row.House earnest and will have
Respectfully, bill to be entitled, An act to repeal an act entitled an act It is the essence of reqicctahlo platitude and a beneficial effect fers his life in behalf of his native State ia
Let Southern
11. AKCHEti, supplemental to an act entitled act to grant pre-cm p tiuu rights to constitutional ding-dong The only portionof every member utel refuse t pay

'Speaker'House of Reprcscntativc'st; sf'ttJertnn State Lands passed at the present session, approved January it that seems at all to kindle, and to catch one word more upon the subjet except to tell the language thrillingly eloquent:

I! The following message was received from the House of Repre- ., a genial glow from the feelings of tho writeris Xlr that the South h done talking. Throw the extreme fcl hope freedom fellow-citizens of this ci,mmul that you atioll.will I pardon could the not

.tcntatives: Was read the first time. the paragraph on the Guano trade.. .The whole burthen of responsibility upon members from leave this for the interior of Texas, which may detaanve

:' Horse O}' REPRESENTATIVES, December 10, 1850. I On motion, the rule was waived( and said bill read the second and President appears to be at home on that sub. ,th free States; first telling them to take care of their. for a few weeks from South Carolina without admonishing

.f'I' IlonoraUcPresident of the Senate: third times; on tho quc&tiou of its passage,' tho yeas and nays ject" oVn mad dogs, and if any body is to b bitten, it!1m I you of trig extreme peril of your relying m.

i SIB :-The following bills have passed the House: were : b those with whom the dogs l are in daily intercourse. I the sympathy and supjicrt of the other SoutwraStatt

A bill to be entitled, An act to authorize W. H. Chase ahd'Al.. Yeas-Messrs. Avery Brown of Columbia, Buddington Craw. Change of Tactics. Southern'gentlemen injure their own cause by showing rately*,at and the the present no less crisis.greater I know peril of acting dauntless f'F**

bert? Golay to cut a. Canal connecting the waters of the Perdido ford, Finley, Forward, McMillan, Moseley, Smithy; Stwut" '' y. Tho abolitionists fearing that the South too much exctement Let them show united determination courage. ti, in'his beneficeribe, has your never made a.,

River and the Grand Lagoon ; for-11.NaysrMr.. wiI not very quietly (with'all that Messrs. no to'argue the matter further, and the braver jieople. I know on your own fOil in your o'

ik. i Also, a bill to btfentitied, An act to declare LaFaj-ette and Four ."President; Messrs. Austin, Bald\vin: Brown of Hills- Foote Ritchie and Company fanatics who delight i creating excitement 6 lon a defence, you can whip twice your force,let it con and* ,
Clay, can accomplish from where it .' I desire that these great;
file Creeks navigable Streams; borough, Ghent, Johnson, Maxwell, Perry---8. they cannot see any danger of burning t own fingers may. reserved f r
glorious hhall be husbanded end
,' Also, a bill to be entitled, An act to authorize James J. Meeks to Said bill'passed: Title as stated. ,) submit to a repealof tho fugitive will very soon begin to pause and inquire i vou a crisis in resources which, if it should come they will tell-ith.

establish a ferry across Wilhlacoochee River{ ; Ordered tIm the sam be certified to the House. slavo bill by Congress, have determined to are really in earnest.' Duo cannot'possibly 0 of .. victorious' power For I venture to predict if saiflf

.. Also, a bill to be entitled, An act for the relief of James W. House resolutions relative to fee bill"for Medical""service, nullify It by mobs and State Legislatures= any advantige' t any State, if the provisions'of'the frightful ctUaD ty"U civil Var should ever bth J our
Piles; Was read the first time; on motion the rule was waived and said Vermont'has just led off in the of State Cttuto can' 0 faithfully adhered to by par country,the Banner of' South Carolina will be ks
way Tenth It'gI.-L
and her will form the
Also, a bDl'to be entitled, An act.to establish a Circuit Court in ,resolutions read the second and'third time and'passed. Lcgislativo'repeal( ; by an act which essential I ties. 'Hit cannot bead if the abolition disunionists a in Tan any force with gallant which sons she maybe allied. In web

Levy County; also, Ordered> that thc same be certified to the House of. Representa cannot le made t stop in their mad J co ort it the hand of God does not strike ffi. *j jjleatlf
A Bill ta be entitled,"Atrad to authoirze Henry Sbybackjto, establish -tives. I Iy nullifies the bill in every part, parcel and I fcctly well convinced a separation of cper the Sooth a from per? : or paralysis, you*will find me enrolled. But lit

a ferry across the Escambui Bay; Engrossed bill to be" entitled, An act'to alter and amend the act particular. Even the Washington 'Union has I the'North will take and that Unfortunately us add to oravery discretion, to coolness and self"Fr.

Also, Preamble and Resolutions relative to-Musquito Bar. ". ,entitled, An act t6 incorporate tho Atlantic arid Gulf Rail Road to admit that by this enactment, Vermont : thus is net-ple 1e gee very opinion shortly.herif; it- may session be a designed forecast to as circumvent subtle as the us,*stratagems "

Also the following bills from the Senate : :Company; nullified the : bill. was, would '
has.entirely :fugitive ; you see of the lovers
\ A bill to be entitled, An act to legitimate Jphn Robert{Jelger! ; Was read tIle third time; on Ihc question of i its passage,the yeas remarks:. : of W and order u would a upri a South Carolina and'Miss isippi.. *

r'F Also, a'bill to be entitled, An act to change the name Iloxanna and nays were -., That' paper a a'ther.pe itouheinigacc The Legislatures of these two States are now
Jones Roxanna Wheeler Yeas-Mr. President;Messrs. Austin cf :If would seem that the' content on'this
'J to ; Mery,Brotitip Columbia, in session-the latter highly excited the,former
Also, a bill to be entitled, An act to amend'the incorporating ,Brown of lJill borough, Budding, Crawford j Finley! Forward, most vital subject; has been transferred from 'b your my dear Colonel, for having ex S1Te indications
cool and collected
the cit)' of Pensacola, approved March 2, 1839, with the following Johnson, Maxwell, McMillan! Moseley,Perr y, Stewart, Taylor. -16. the halls of .Congress the'respective State I my prosy letter t such a lent Although There are no 'ec either ofjthera
amendments: Nay-Mr. Baldwin-1. Legislatures, wherever'an abolition majoritycan I did not blend to say but a word this subject, yet before us as to- what'

"dollars in the first tho words be found ; and, by this peacemcal system i it boa out u I proceeded,till I up patience will do
,J '. Insert. after tho word section, t[After the transaction of other unimportant tndaees, the Senate aJjourncd.J.].' ,I -u a your

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Grand Jury Presentment CoVjromiscrs in Alabama. La Grange Collcgiato Seminary Jf-resh arrival of New Goods. Pall and Winter Goods. SALES BY MASTER, &0. ., I

: .Grand Jury Hillsborongh speak out Th Mol*. Tribune, an independent press, FOR YOUNG LADIES,' NOVEMBER 2C, 1850. '"PHE subscriber has just opened an entire new stock .

ffluJiitic *> on the several subjects contains UiiVpHowing paragraph, the last LA ORANGE, GEORGIA. TN VOICE of goods sdppJ} per sclir. Wrn. II. HazJL Jof STAPLE and FANCY GOODS, suitable to Master's Sale of Real Estate and fl ,

ard per order and for aocuuut of J.JL WILLIAMS the wants of the season, viz: Slaves.
the JoMwing extract (ton> their sentence of |ch is of : IiB
in especially
worthy Lndie dress and
tlentjOncd 48 bbk eup. fiiur Peoria Mills Extra Flour, goods of almost every style quality
virtue decree of the Jiitli
: consideration, :\\ BOARD OF INSTRUCTORS. 42 Lonur tiue Caineloon and Black Watered Silk Mauiillu, Y rf an interlocutory -
of the Circuit Court of tlie Middle Circuit of Flo
MILTON E. BACON A. M anil 12 Black Urn do Rhine an-I Canaloon Silks ,
Principal Proprietor.IENUY \Var-aw
OfiffaJ Prfxentnttnt Grand ) .
the oftkf Mob rida in rendered in a'causc therein
Except and a little of Washington sitting Cluuvcry, -
corner IL BACON A. M Blue, Pink, Cherry, and Cameleon Flcrt-rico,
Associate 10 Ocean
**F.lf ( ( JliUtborouyh at f/te Foil Principal and administrator .4
Ifit "bimrf i depending, therein Hercules R, W. Andrews,
county,Vith doubtful trimmed"an.1
a mecting.at Instructor in Mathematics Natural and kAThion Bonnet untrimmed,
if/*' Cin-vit &; **rt for llm Soulfrrn Juditnwtff Philosophy of the estate of James Perry w Coniplainanf, .
r thk N 4 Ikxuiot Belt Neck and ditto.
floridA Idat Tampa for aid Montgomery, ]has been no indication in Phvsiology. 10 Magnolia, Ribbons do. Cap iuid Alexander IL LinoWy and Ann Eliza lila wife,

(4 rt!\ on tti wfJ Monday of (klo6er,'I 850. Alabama yet tliaithe falsely called Union Rev. llENR'Y IL TUCKER,A.M, Lecturer on Moral 2 casks bacon shoulders, Lares.Bobbin E.lgesl4aek Silk Laccss ide and narrow, iuvl the infant heirs Jamea Barry, deceased, to wit. t.

of the court I'retiijt-' has FhiloMinhr, Evidence of Christianity, and Rhetoric. 12 bbL JIcss Pork, Lice Capes and Collars, Bend Veils, and M E. Defendants ,
GrjnJ JmT bYIoavc ? party enough'numbers to form an or COLEMAN B. FERRELU in u Prime do Blue and Green Barege* for VeiL, .fames 11 Barry try Barry, ro f
: in tiiix State Intrnetor Greek, and 8 '
rTbeStmiiv'lc"lnJiiui iww remaining anization. I will sell at public outcry, before the Court Homo in j.
g EverVrhero have been Red. White and Yellow Flannels
ede and they put Assistant Instructor in Mathematics, Ac.ML 150 Sacks St LouU Oat.', F
I.blit utterly > the
Uiey -
the- fiM hi .
nuwancc uaj stop Tallahassee. on Monday January next. -
i down, and we are \\rtain will bo do\vn. SARAH 0. STEVENS Instructre-is ia the En- 10 KegijLurd Blanketd and Quilts I
its kept ,
v1rTy,.. the County, l-y j-u-vcnting *uney within le' nl hour the following property, to wit: ,
assaults maLi Whatever in Con- gUsh, Latin, and French Lnns'iagex. 2 TiirreU doALSO Negro Kerseys Cotton 0naburgs Cotton Yams, r "
inJ tUcifltZJt-t)0 unprovoked wrong ky Como to us let-i No. 17 and 18 in TnllahasMV, North Addition, fi
,ie cituflis by thece Indians in July 1849 lias ress is fairly attriWble Miss CATHARINE CLAKE, I tructress b the Eu- FROM NE\V YOR1C Brown and Bleached Sheetings 2} yards wile.LJand with the *, ifctitif of DweThrig-howw j
our g to this party, and S Sliiriings from G.-iu James' Steam MilL improvement & iu! ; a .
A few e.i. .
;1aY';: branded ujKin the forelicad of every Snni'n if i ie diMinion fckill fall A the it will 1 Fe p'.i-h Brnntlicr. caw fsupcnor Green and Black Tea, ALSO and appurtm inces Litvly! occupied by aid James Bar i
country, D. AV CHASE Professor of Vocal and Instrumental SO: Boxes Raisiiia
qr. ,
lurid lines of blood ,
the StatC, appulUvitmv Also-Eat half of Lots No. 42 and -IZ l ia TjJlain -
ifl from the hardware and ry.
mainly we* and cowardly spirit Music. SO lialf '4 A conw'ete assortment of Cutlery, eni'brucuig
matter what arrangement be the Nor iL 'TAlso.It
hassee Addition
uv may unirnp ov ,
ill*them by government, provided MicharIjpniisit which in them will prLke new aggressions Dr. S. M. BARTLFTT, In tnict r in Mn ic. 45 Kegs and boxes of Buckwheat, ..almost every article! of Carpenter's and No. 24, hi N.Addition of Tallalaaaao.aa '

fnwle lcaes them within the luiiits of tho State and new wrongs on thfciKhts of the South. Miss MARY IL BELL and Miss EVALINA MACON, 2 bbls. AlnioiuLs, 3 bbbi dried Apples, ELci :th'a Took > unimproved. .

bolmvlourofthe )Indians and, none of gVflx.viei.X A M tants in the Muical DepartminLMrs. 15 bbk Irish Potatoes 2 Crates Onions, ALSO, Also, the lollt-wiiu skives to wit: I.
\f* MARY E. JOURDAN. In4nictrcs.s in Drawing, An in voice of assorted crockery, SLUbes Salt, -weighing 00 p>uniU to the bushel, a I- *
JM8''csin' secure us safety from their depredarii.ojN.ct 0ZThe mail from East has not arrived U U U superior article fir caving Pork JulLi, aged about 16 years and her infant clad;
ctiiczia; lo our property or our lives.Govenunent .- Painting, Fancy Needlework, tc. Hanlworc, very Bill,ftijeil about 1 2 years and Cluurlottc,aged about 50. '
DOt* up to the time hollow Swede Inm 1'nnu 1 J inch to y inche wide,
ofgoiy to ware,
of this to-day.
cutiTe State lias delayed press TERMS : CVk Purchasers to pay for title*. t
1, For pale Sugar Kettles, 23, 40 CO and 80 gallons
agreeably to the Constitution ECONOMY.THE by J. M. WILLIAMS. ,
md the iws over B. F. WUIT5FJ5, Matter ii. Chancery.
the inhibited Feeling among the N thern Brethren." the November 30, 1650. 47 Heavy Hollow-ware. -
pi'tioU of same' by them Indian*- most judicious control ia exorcised by Dec.1,18504 td ; '
l Vax. Sperm, and Adamentine .
We Candles _
rtovbv murders committed by them upon the whites, may be wrong; nCorthclcss we confess over the young Ladies, in reference to Winter Strained Oil Tram and Lineed ditto I
luvf C0 u.npUlW10t1t1)! portion of Last Florida isdflnpt that we think the NorVru Compromisers" heir expenditures. No" parent 1m* ever hid: reason Flour, Bacon, Lard, &c. Glass 8 l by 10. 10 by 12, and 11 by 16, Master's Sale. ;_ -'

from their prowliiigkits.. An Indian town to complain of the extravagance of his daughter, JUST received per Schr. Wm. IL Hazard from New White Lea/I Putty, .to, I"TNDER a decretal order of Leon Circuit Court, in '
' discovered, to wit, on the 25th of better authority as t Northern sentiment while in connexion with the Institution. On the contrary -
day >
l !been Sej Gunny an 1 Kentucky Bagging, Rope and Twine, U E iiity, made in tio! cause of Kdwurd Bmdford.Uwhanl U L
rjuter last, about fifteen or twenty mile* north oat than their thorns who have committed their daughters to 20!( barrels Flour Warsaw Mills!
Southernco djutors. When, superfine Sea lihuid B.igging, A&, fcc. Bat it !is hardly necea- Bradfonl, roil Thomas Enidfortl, r*. V.'m. P.
jflclippuckswaNcar thC source of the AVithlacoochceMdr he juardLmdiip of the Principal, have in\ariiby! felt 0 u Ocean u '
t therefore Southern { ] iary to speak j uf gtxxla unseen : th.ey miuit Ixs seen tu p pbe Craig. heir of LaFayette, lioiw of John JiuLfe. and I
,wiere were found 6ve houses and four hhedsg suhms&imhis, or Unioniste and expressed their gratification at the judicious economy 10 extra fc Peoria appreciated. Please give me a calL others, I viil f.lVr{ ut pubic! Kilo) U-forc" the CourtHouse "
tliat are sufficient to hhcltcr twenty to twenty-1 whatever which has been the result Economy is a cardinal 6 '4 Albion _
(smp or else th y\call\ themselves, CEO. IL MEGINNI3S.Novemlvr in TaLJktH! on Monday the Gth day of January "
Indians at least, and here was ing ut tliat virtue worthy of cultivation.Exrrrisc 6 u !
jw assert that Magnolia IB, 1R50. 45 6t licit, a tract .>f Land, containing 5GO acres, nuiro Vllf'
dae! j crop of Com Pean, PmtatooM. Mclmn, Pumpkins hostility to the iWitive slave bills resumed Tuesday, January 7,1'-51. 1 tt Sugar Cured Smoked Bevf or less, Ijfhy all of -oHon 17, (except the East half .

fc Tie jxwtwn! of this cjtiiiii is full forty miles outi i confined to a few fanatic we think it a Number of Graduate*, 47 Number of Pupils during 2 dozen Smoked Beef Tonjjues, CITY HOTEL, of South East quarter,) in 'Fowus-hip 1 North, Range 1 >: ,

by lie Indians.j reply to their absurdly to quote cv- Entire exj>en.-e of lV ard. WaJiiray, Lights, and Tuition 2 kegs Butter, 1115 well know n establishment has passed I titles BENJ.! F. V.'HlTNEPsNocmlcr p

The measures of Government )liavc totally] failed dence like the following from He New York from 110 I to $I 170. Music 50 extra. Ancient I cask S1ouIdt'r, J into the hauds of the undrsijtied as 23, 1330. 45 It Master in Cluuicery.Cornrnissionersl ,
to cffuct tlw rciau\al of difw Indians, and in consequence or Modern Ijanguji es, or both, 615. 2 barrels Leaf Lard, r pro.priotor.by .
edited ., whom it will be Board -
Mr. kept as a
a di'termiuation is evinced to desist from fur- Express: by Brooks one of the December 11, 1851). 49 2t_ Cbce.bc, Tobacco, Applds, Sweet Oranges, JjCT cHirU fiiT tluit purKM.o tiJl M>t 4) IMMH lie.d. few Northern conservative sale by ALFRED E. HOC.Novejnber I'TI.
no win
Congress. with the Planter's IIoreL Hw VlARY il
personal superintendence : FORT
is i Ready-Made Clothing. -
fute. Such a coarse directly oj>posed to the K'ltaiD SO, 1850. 47 tf .
of the What then says this Mr. U. ? IV js will be given to both establishments either ,
to often
ploJj<- government, cxnrcsed speaking TTEIR t RUST liava just received from Ncvr York,
of which travellers and bosirders! will find bill of fare
;iJie of ttc jxjople of tho State and particularly of of anti-slavery feeling in the Nth and -LJa choice and well selorted supply of of new clothing New Boot and Shoe Shop, a ZACIIARIAII C. FORT. .
remarks of the best that the market and will afiird r-
tlu and the Counties aJjaiiiiiig, and adjacent to the coiMKting officered Silk Sutin, and Ca-Junerc neighborhood >Y virtue of a decretal order, iu Equity, made at -
frontier to the berf iuterenta of tlic : TALL.1H.ISSEE, FL. and will receive every attention that their corn- ) the last Term of Leon Circuit Court,we will olfer -
hJun eopleof kui and Catljrifre Pants lkavcr.
l Cloth Dot -
,thin|, anJ ti! <- MIl( Counties, now resident therein, to the We must confess that ki Vesting. Cloth; and LLuikct OvercaiU Also, Tweed Sark rwtX1 HE undersigned would respectfully in- fort and convenience shall require. The proprietor at public sal.1 It-fore the Court House 1 hi Tullahaivc;on-
never our day form his I lends and the public appeal to the liberality of the public for such a fliare Frrst.V ; the fvillowia '
the in next
.aiL-ral uitcrct-ts of the State at large, and to improvement -which gene ( or advancement in the future-therefore any it- before have wo seen such :i tate of public and Overcoats for boys; they are prepared to I ..ially that he has commenced a Cool autl of jiatrorui e as will enable him to carry out his pur-: Lands, viz :
satMictiou all
wliich will to
Ltbc duty of the Uovemineiit of the United States to opinion in the Northern country.; Evciarty; soil at prices call give siot: shop? where \\illmake HOOTS and pose:
n-movc tlleell favor them with a :Si il IOCS: of superior quality and workmanship.f ) MHi with none others and keen such etiblkhmenU as West half of North West quarter, and West half of .
; as IWmbcr 14. 850. 49
tic (Gtaicral (tovcrnnu-ut fail to effect tlus object, itir21 t tho whig party. Out of iht elites Ike :Repairing done in the neatest manner, and at shall be worthy of the Capital of the State. South AVc t quarter of Section 22; all in Township 1- .

become the duty <'f the Government of the SUite the laws obedience! to execution Groceries.FKOI the shortest t notice. T. M.AS.. S. iL LANIEIL North, Riruje \Vct, contaiiikuc 2tt) acres, more or
toroiMive them and the July believe there tobeeerilusand i\c Constitution November 3U' 1S50. 47 V November 23, lS0. 45 tfPUNTERS' less, commonly known as the Fort Tract." -
is i so unpopular flat a man coiul scarcely it XK'.V ORLEANS BYV.. K. Pr.TTK% This sale Is t.rdored to tiTect partition the
( juct IB-continents uj)on this Mibjuct requiring Notice. among i
&h n.aidate coaMi'mlioii: o.'tl.c pubic ejected a constable who maintain! ati jc. SO bbk Extra Flour, J 12 kegs Leaf Lard, HOTEL.BY lu-irs. The tt-rrns will be, one-tnird.of the purcha.su -

5. The maiUK-r in which the Ferry across the Hills- fended federal constitution as it \ aniiC 4 Onions 4 hhd- Bacon Sides ALL persons indebted to I the es'ate of Alexander: S. t. money and one j ear's interest in Caxh ; the other tw >- '

i jnUgli lliver Mt Tampa has been kept is a difgraceo lanes jxzssccZ in thereof.'' CVliikev, 3 u Shouhiers, tin,late of the Ctuaty of HilUboroiigh, in thirds in two equal annual instalmenN, bearing 6 percent .

( the County-the fury ILiU, llopen and Ferrymen pursuance 1 Almond-t, a iiercc* s. u. JI41II the State ol Floiida, deceased, are desired to make ,!;a-t.! TN retiring from the Planter's Hotel,I lake. interest Purchi, to pay fur Corami>. iontr .. "

IK frequently in disorder and incajiable of accomnn- Or In Mississippi: th; House of Riprt-,3i. 2 Pried Apple*, 1 bbl Died Peaches, immediate payment of the same to the undersigned, ; -L threat pleasure in recommending to the titles. BENJ. P. WIHTNER.AUG. n

itm the public-fiequelit dclavb have accrued in : Statives oap. Starch, Pepper, Spice, Executors of said estate. A.I persons, as well als! o -_ __public Mr S M. LxNien.a gentleman having r. E. MAXWELL, 4-i '

ijswjuisiiro to passengers, to the mail, and Teams onliunii have passed a vote disapproving of i Ijo MoJ crc!, Salt, Orleans Sugar. the heirs and legatees named in the laM will and es- the benefit of experience and popularity, in conducting OSCAR A. MYERS, 'S

**-The )oeeds of the ferry, ifl the opinion tw Jury,arc abunlait to nuke it efficiuit mid HEIR & RUST. slid estate, are requested to present the same to I the will not tail to give the most entire satis'action I loiny November 23, ISSO. 46 6t ScntiueLIn

ix a ranch low or rate of ferruge, tu yield liehide even Gov. Quitman has sent a message to flu D.xvmbrrl4. IBSO. 49 said Kvi-cutorsvuthin two years from the date here old pjtrons.aud other who may call upon bin: i'
a of this notice Nvill be plead in bar of suet
any I
A.A.FISIIER.Novpm'er Icon Circuit Court- .
lanJuonie reniuueration to the keeper. The Jury Legislature adxising an immediate orgar.iza- Bacon Lard Flour &c.'JJST claims. THOMAS P. KENNEDY, Equity.deccaaotl. I
tko \\iKfCUt tliat the operation of the 25 section of the n. iscn. 44 Wm. D. Mobclev, Adia of Sa.'n'L .
idof March 5th! I842TJioiipson'8 tion of the militia of the Slate. received per Schr. Wm. IL Pcttca from New ELLEN MAUTIN, (. p. :'
Digect,]wge 14 7,ispnjuJiajJ I Tampa, Fa., Nov. 3O, 1650. 47 Itt Executors.Notice. A CAED.Ma. ;5v '
to the public interest This law thnuld be The Arkansas Legislature has met, and we 'Oilcans Union Bank of Florida and others -,
ar-cureJ Uam JOHN R. LLOYD would respectfull I
ticrw )
HinmaKk-dastorctiuiro) the Board 2! '
of Count C decretal order of Court in the .
to etjtbh.si?| rates of far see it stated that the me&sage of Governor 2 firkins Butter, call the attention of trai'ers and the citizen r PURSUANT .
each before the
Ferriage Ferry I will ofer at pnljlic sale,
Lasvd by them; and to empower the Paid Btiard, up- Roanc is called "ultra" oa.the slavery ques t 2 boxes Lemons ALL persons bavin'? claims aspinqt the estate of oi Tallahassee and in its hU vicinity() to the late nuccesstul h Court-House in Tallahassee, outhrjirst Jfctn.k inunitary \
barrels Sweet S. Cldrk. hte ofllill.-bnrou h improvements :IgIIerveaas Sky-
2 Orange. County,
'In the cxliibitioii of xiid tabli.-4ed Tariff .
of Feiriagentrs / nrjcf, in le al hours, the ffUowiug reid cstato -
towll fluicaue! tion. 12 b.irrels superfine Hour, deceased well as all creditots, legatees, and persons I4igIit CSnllcry. And it alTorJj hiui, exceedingpleasure sail
ja-i\iegc to the lii. hctt bidder in nnnouncin that he has srssiciated himself of the Sara! raxkliill, deceasediz: I. i'
ho can give tin- required wcuriry anauiJlv. In the North Carolina Legislature the resolutions 5 kt-RS Leaf Lard, entitled to distribution, are heieby notified to, in Copartnership with Mr J. \V. Perkins, lat it' 1 lie n'>rtiK jet quarter, the south-west quarter, tie, I
thyr claims attested within
'a..k Bacon pmpeily lw I
6. The want of .""stale < Sidos present
a Peuiteiltiarv for the east half of south-east and the west half of
punihBhsit of New York. The Ladies and Gentlemen invited quarter
introduced indicate but S'jarrel-j hed or their claims will be forever barred and all are -
(.f oSeiicos not anything acquiescence rru> Snq::ir, years ;
cjj.itaLi much felt QprtJHTOt three Also
in this State the ( Suction ((3V LoU
to rail and examine the I hi quartet ,
indebted numerous specimens e
1 to the said estate will make immediate
uth un inttutjIn; fuuudcd unon the ino-t npjnxiveiinioJiin in the continued aggressions of the 15 Drii-d.Apples I'orsuiis incut. bringof the excellence of his workmanship as aiartist. B arid l 8 in Section four. ((4) an.1 Lote 2, 3, 5. t R and 7. IT 7'.
luau of bolitude and labor vCl rL-h Potatoes naj in Sf-ctioti (t>\ all! in To\m.-biD two (2. north '
afUrd the nuii -
ailU'.tion which is
to nowin
In our Sky-Light
tncatisiif di North. Ono set, introduced by Mr. Sheppurd, 1ketilk WhL-kev. For sale bv ELLCN M. CLARK, Executrix
tenstig public Justice, more projx>rtionaic successful otic-ration, we have introduced numer It-inge! MieI,) west containing one thousand acres t j"
li'et'inber hhihlshorough Nov.30lS5iJ. -17 St
E. HOC. ,
14'o. A. County
ui the offeiiRp, the moral allirm the of secession recommend that 49 Lake Jack-wi. '
jiroiiKjte character of the right nus other improvementsamon; which is a new pa- more or less. lying on -

criminal list, and eventually lessen the exiees (..fcrnunials the repeal or essential modification of the fugitive rALE SCHOOL. Southern Mutual Life Insurance Company t lent buffing wheel, so celebrated for the beautilnl North-east quarter of Section S, T. 1; K. 2, X. and K.E. f .

to the State-the plan lias fuce xled in of Louisiana. polish and finish it .gives to the plate and picture, half S. V,'.quarter. 3, T. 1, K. 2. N. and K 1 '

many Statc., in not only lessening crime an1 its c-- law be declared a cause for final action, MISS; ELTZABIfti cTcLAYTOX;: of Charleston, obliterating all thosu Aarks and scratches made r.yIhe %r. half N. Y>'. quarter 2, T. 1, K. '.', X. E. It -

|ntLse>, !but nl o in refoniiing the crimiiwls thcnibelves and that the Southern States unite in demand C., resjwctfulh informs the citizens of Tallahassee HAVING been appointed Agent t f>r the alx>ve Cora- t ordinary method o hand buifnii;. U'e feel pleasure South-eaKt quarter 31. T. 2.K.2.N. K.E. ,

aid yu-lding a revenue to the State. The Jury brings and t ci-iity thjihft: wi1!, on the tir-t of January puny, -1 deeming it uanece.- ary to iILou s the in beiin able tu state that the pictures taken at }iIutIfS.Vv".ouarter 34T.2r2N. ,

this nuliJL-ctto thu htH.-oaliiotiec(
IK of tlie State &s bc-ht iwlificd to judge of the *ugjntn of the Southern people to colonize the territories I iitronage.: I 1as-ing: hal cx-.iderablc experience us a would respectfully solicit the con i'lerationf tone, and finish, and iu durability to any that ran be South-west quarter .5. T. 2. B. 2. N. ,

or of cm-h an institution hcthcr or not it uay Teacher, mid being reooiiuu the CitizenS of TalLJu* ee and' vicinity. Any infrp roduced North or S->ulh. Particular attention given Mao. North-c-ast quarter 4 DS, T. 2; K. 2, N. E.

lH'f.ucuLite.1: to j)roinote Uie public interest in the de- of the United States, or a division of the the will use her bet CJCHIOIM' to please thoxho inatioii relative ta it,can be obtained by calling on the to the arrangement family sroups ; likenesses of E.half N. AV. quarter 33, T. 2, R. 2, N. E.

| niiic-iitof iuural and iu their children subscribe. S. S. KNIGHT. children accui-iteiv taken in few seconds. Sotiih-ea > T. o. i *> v.
jmticc the ,
couucction of same between the two sections. \\ may entrust t, her care.Rev. a quarter t>ov JV A
cnr.ic.' l'he fulloving branches of Eluit'iiin will 1e taught November; ;o, 1850. 47 If JOHN R. LLOYD, Ntttl4-We t quarter n-I. T. 2, K. 2, N. IIEL

The Jury prevnt every net of Congress creating ISoth! Houses of the Legislature have raised at the cutoniary rates: Spelling, Jtcadixi.t. Writiri J. W._ PERKINS.C3 : South Imlf 4 3 1. T. 2.K.2.N. ELR

(fwtabWiiii *frf Soir'ta %ioLatiimsof the cnnti- a Joint Committee of eighteen, to whom the Arithmetic,(.;ranuiiar, Ihitory, Geog'-aphy,("heuiatrv, Groceries, Fruits, &.c. Those who have desire lo become master of .t1oW.balfSW.qr. 2.T.2.R.3.N. .

tution of the United States, as hubvertLig die right of PLi0501)hy, Botany. JUST received per Schr. W. R. PETTES from NsJ t tlie art, will have an excellent opportunity by applying S. E. quarter t>f S. qr. 8>J, T. -J. K. 3. X. r. .
peojilu, as opjiresMvc and unjust to the Slave question of slavery generally has been refer ItFtENCE5 : OI'leaIL at our Daguerrenn Rooms over E. Barnard's S. E. qr.of If. JL qr. ." ZQ, 1. II. :>, N. *i.. .

statev. TIIOMW Baow.v, Extra Flour, i 2v 1 Soap; Drug Store, corner of AJunroe. and. Clinton strekt", ci.nntaiiin' ; sixteen hundred acres, more
same ia-lividu-illy, should they liapiK-ii to own lion. D. P. lIocfE, | Ct.L IL A. SHIM, Onion, Oranges; where instructionstill Le given en liberal terms, IfliV known as ..pttngwuoJthchatc Eesidcncc. fGen. '
tiaves. HJUHC acts profiiUt free citizens of the Tnitcxl and talent of the two Houses. Major R. HAIWAUD, 5 Dr. J. IL KAXDCLTILDccemlxr Star CanB? Lemon4, with the late and new iinprottiaeul in Chemicals I'arkhill,dccta.'tsL '

tate ,beeatj tliey arc *-bve owners, from removing 71R O 43 4t ';n arcurix h1ami, ilalaga Grapes, &.C. buds wCl be offered in such ?ul)livwion! ai

In rr&ilitiwjth tlieir property in certain portions of Action of Mississippi. 'J utter anil: Chce-c, JUtes, November 30. lVf). 47 ifCarriagesBugiesSathllesHarness bahl appear to te jmlirimw at the time of.*ae. Tlia

w 11w United States. as by the constitution they" have JACKsON, Mr., Nov. UO, 1830. Administratrix's Sale. Khoulders, JL.ii.Mn in half Boxes, &c. terms \vill be um-third cash, and the bal-(nee >n a '

n-litto do-m coiiK-quence, the slave owner, The valuable and extensive LAW arid IIISCEIr Lird. Sugared Abuon, credit of w and tiro vfurs, vilh interest. Purchasers! -
though frw i is Legislature of this Stale now in session -
accounted THE
la 4' tides.
wsn- politicalcoudiUiU greater LIURARV of the late William ILBroekeiibroiili N. O. Sujar, 1'lum", D. E. IIULL to ray fur iLuter's .
than he vlw j is a fla\e by law because he is dcjnxcd has passed a bill authorizing the calli.ig i, lecca'ediill bo ottered l>r sale at Clarified'do. flock Candy BEXJ. F. WIUTNER. .
ol the enjoyment} of Jus'freedom bva donunant"rHTV"n'firjlc' Rio Coffee, Apples! i-c.Ac. Si T lw CARHIAGE REPOSITORY, Master tn Chancery. :> -
eta auction MONDAY the 6th JANUARY. 1851. -
convention of the on
to take into
ff IIW'Constitution llw! people consideration aIaY Kirtlett's Brick Building, orTurs fuf 1
principles Ttrma of Sale-All sums under fifty Jollm cash For sale Lv A. E. HOC, NovcmUT 1830. 45 7t g
'Abolitionism Lave guided the recent courwe of Con- the proper course of action for that on nil sums over fifty dollars twelve months credit; Monroe st, noxt door South of Berry A liowlcs. three pplfndid f>ur-! cr< |K-rva.ling arid contro'Jiag the inindnof the November 1C 1850.15 tf WAYS, a fplcn-'id lot of BUGGIES, with or without Notice to Creditcrs.F
State f
in view of the federal The witt IKJ dlowed, r approved bccnrity.
ioaj: Csre.a *
thu wrongs.
; tliat body has become revflutiiMury. tops four PEDLtIlSV'AGGONS, one s4et'ntlletnIlockaway I.Master's .
be for distribution INLEON CIRCUIT EQUITY.
and thus liv persevering in tranu.luig under election for members will bo held on the first Catalogues TxjsMble. prepared a* early C. C. SYED & CO.," I with harness complete, whichywil! be sold .
|(Jilt the (diartured rights of the minority vill as verv low. Margaret ThitkrAilrn'x of Thus.J.Latham,deceased.v .
J.% itvenhrow the Noineaus, lUtiinate- Monday in September, 1851, and will convene ELLEN A. BROCKENDROUGH, AdnfLfletiiber 7f7"H-I-raaleter) liberal! advance on Cottons ALSOAt *. a'1'
gou-mment should be I V to their frieiicls in New York. Get IU '
Ppxred ta restore the eunitution at the earliest on the second November.Concert. 7, 1850. 43 tdJ2 shipped IL \V.Andrc\rs, Adm'r.ef James Carry, deceased,
tlay the OLD STANK Plwrnis
1i jt prhziitive ix'tr atiI '1110 i? Sentinel, Pen'a !aDeni.irra.Mariinna: Wlitj; ,, BiulJings, : ami other "r

tic) ontituU.nx of the Iuiknl States is JUrY I.r4'.t.nt Coniuu rcLd Advertiser, Jacksonville News, will copy, ASH ADVANC3E3 made on Cotton stiipptd Saddles BrLIles. and Jlnrtin;afes! of a vr.'riety T pursuanee of an order of the Court made in this. .

14, x't( or prem-rve the right and libirtiVs now powerless of the .-The Choir in the Pre-byt-muii and forward bill* to the Adrninitratrix. to Ilvbrook&.NeIstNeW!IS), Ia30.SI York.bvOctuber F. H. FL\GG. of styles; IIarnos.s of -all d cripHon.?; JL cause on Saturday, tlie 9th November, 1S5I7, notice, .

lav States. And the Jury also present that the Church in this City propose, with the assistance of several For Sale. Axels, Spring, 1 Tub*, Jihi Frsm a. Carriage Trimmings is hereby givt-rt to all pcr>on cLiiininpf to bo creditors I

want of Uni-di in action and MMtimcut u .ontho hkvcrv Amateur*, to give a Concert of Sacred and Sccw- and shoe liiiidiii; Trunks Carp Bags, Yaliws. of Thomas J. Ij.Vh.nni. or of the late firms of Lathamtt s ,

quebtit, that lug and -till prevails in the blare- lar 2futie on THCUSDAY NICUT NEXT, the I 19th instant '12 gallon Demijohns choice old Jamaica Rum, Slate of Florida. A-c, lc, together with all otlicr articles required McKinney Rnd L-itlum A Barry, to present.their"'
:tsUUiS, us a national grievance that booucr iT Liter will '- I 2 u Pale Sherry. AIADISON CIRCUIT .COURT-IN CHANCERY. in his lni>\ claims for allowance, before raa tn or before the hat

produce great caUmitics. to aid in procuring funds to carry out indry contemplated 210" kegs rich Cherry Bounce, Minerva Florid, ) ., X. It Rcpaui done with despattli.XovemlxT' day of January next. -

8. The public interehU require that all jwrs-onswho improvement* up(jn the Church building. 2 2'J' HolLuid Gia:, r*. > Bill for Divorce.- ". 1S50. 46 tf BENJ. F WHITNER, f

)nay IMS eommiioncd to act as Admittance Cents. fiO; boxes Cliues-e, Florid. Dated Oth Nor isio.ilasicr in Chancery. *
executors upon the tatesofdoftai.' d ) named I 0 kegs Duck*heat, the s.tlisficlion of the Court No>ember Ill, IS0. 45 It
JKTSOIIS. being in the will Book Store of Mcscra. Wm. Wilson t Co, and at 11larnnrd'ix IT ap/eain; ; to by would inform the citizens of Tal-
!mll 10 Butter
give and Security to at least the full value J. affidavit in this came filed, thai Lewis l-'Ioridthe JL
',f the estate coiuaiitted In their ] Drug Store.TalLJu'sec 10 bbls. ButU-r and Water Crackers of this Iahaee that he has commenced the ahove busiueH Sale. W *.
care to secure a faith Defendant, beyond jurisdiction ..
and share of *
respectfully solicits a *
ful i MM fonnance of their duties as such Executors, proul.Jswh December I 14,1850. 2 bushels Pilot Bread, Court, out of the State of Florida, but within the patrorjage. public ]BY virl ne of a Decree in Eqniyjn| Leon Circuit. .

Executors arc not excised from jnvin- --- -- --- --- -t 20 Rye. UnitVi! Slates: Store opposite I lie Florida Exchange.iCJ Court, raadi? h} I be cas-e of ..August 11. Lanier.. -
.'u j, ftocurity by the will ttf the tectator and nil Midi C2T: The Grand Annual Convocation the Just received and fur sale bv. It is Ordered, That the said Lewis Florid do ap- Garments cut lo order. Kenneth Berribry' ancTth'e UnIn 15ank t.f Florida,

ctv-f to b. i.ude subject to the di-creti-mof 1'roJa Grand Royal Arch Chapter of the State of Florida S. S. ENIG lIT. pear, plead, answer or demur to said Bill of Comfaint. JAMES SEilPLE. ?4. Noah M. Martin and others. the following property '

Court as ta whether the ircumstanccs of the Ex- Ieeenilg-r 7. 1850. 43 within three months, or said Bill will be ta- November 30, 1S50. 47 tf will be offered at public sale, in legal hours, ls-. -4
*tuor ef the estate will be held "in the Masonic Hall, in the city of Tallahassee said Defendant and that I
n-quire security-the jury present \\f.n pro conftsso against fore the Court House in Tallah ee,on Monday tha.
that f nch a law hhould. be j.roviJed by the General on Monday the 13'Ji January, 1831, at 10 Straycdk lie cause be set fur nearjujat; the next Term of said Notice. second1 day of Decemt nit, iz: r >

AsMmbly.it being the dcciaiou of the Court of Pro- o'clock, A. ML Officers of the Grand Chapkr andJtepre'entatites T7'ROM the subscriber at Oollockonee Court on the second Monday in March next : Part or Lot No. 87,in the city of Tallahassee, on '
Uto that Executors named in the will are not r Bay, about the 23d or 24th November, Jlml it u further Ordered, Jljat Ibis Order bepabliiliediu TIlE copartner-hip which L-is exited under the name (he east side of Munroe street, having lortv-fivofeet. _
requix.i t
(.i u.. jjne Mjcurity )by the law* of this State. of nubordinate Chapters, will take a bright sorrel HORSE, 14 or island* some public newspaper printed in the firm of BULL A- PRATORIUS, u this! day front,by eighty feet in tSepth---an elegible lot for bu

S.llio Jury remark that although the L.' t of crimi due notice thereof, and govern themselves accordingly. high| very thin and spate, with long legs and a Slate, once a week for three months, and that the dUsoh ed bv mutual consent. All persons indebted to siness. .- -- '
nal caws white spot in hij face. information lake testimony in i the t the above tlrni will jilcase call and (*ottlok uli J. B.
prencute-dat this turm are ramcwhat JOHN B. TAYLOR, Any will be Complainant cause. Also, Ihe West half of LotsNo 76an.l77.in Ihe- ,
.the cliaractcr numerm thankfully received, or if required, THOMAS BALTZELL, Judge. Bull,who will attend to the settlement of the concern. of Tallahassee \v'hicl
of suitably
the cases, coi. ideriug the parties November 23, 1 830. 4C Grand Secretary.2T paid foi I original plan ; on t there area
w Ucted, is *ueh as to induce the Jury U believe that by the hulnci iber, at Qincy. November 2S, 160. J. ,. convenient dwelling house and other improvement -

&uu m our atiretu proper there has been no increase The Grand Annual Communication J. L. SHIELDS. A true copy :-Attest, .> ; PRETORIUS, fronting Two Hundred Foot and Clinton street ,'
(a cruuinal demre, but rather December ?. 1S.X) 48 C. L. CARRUTH, Clerk. November 10, 1550. 46 Also, one llegro womannamed Elizathirtyjeara F -
an improvement in public of the Grand Lodge of the State of Florida will : -
Znnral1,during the pa.t wx nifMitlis. bo By M. A. CABRUTII, Deputy Clcik. old, and her child Mary Ella,I three yearn old -
10 The Jury return their wnccre Uianks to held in the Masonic Hall in the city of Tallahassee, on Sale of Negroes. December 7, Ib50. 49 3m $450 Reward. Teims-Cash. Purchaser- pay for Master's titles. '

Lannter for his Un
Mr. Solicitor Hart, f* ready advice on the difficult M. Officers of the Grand Lodge, and Officers and next,at Quincy, the following negroes, to gtate of Florida. of November, at about nine o'cltnk.iive 20, 1SSO. 42 7t Master in Chancerv. .
IKHIIU of the !wand for the kindness of his wit : Sain, a man, aged about 25 years, and Mary, a men came to the house of a negro woman named MA- I
intercourse with the Jury. per:>oLal Representatives of eubordinatc Lodges,will take due girl, aged ISjears : the proputy of the estate of G. MADISON CIRCUIT COURT-IN CHANCERY. TILDA who resides at the mouths Black Creek.anti Administrator's Sale. ; _

JlefipectfuUy Fubmitted, notice Uiereofj ind govern themselves accordingly. A. Dilworlh, deceased. Martha Devalt* ) stole two of her children,the one a girl named JUDY, MONDAY, the 30th day of December, ISSO. 9 '

"mpa Fla.October 9lh.. 850.. JOHN B. TAYLOR, %v. S. DILWORTH, Adin'r. TS.; Devalt.. > Bill for Divorce. aged about 15 years, erv black complexion stout and U we will sell, at public Auction, at the plantation I-

S. L. SPARK3IAN November 23 1 850. Derembcr 7, Ib50. 4S 41 .William ) well grown, the other a ooy named CHARLES, aged of L. IL Branch, deceased Lake lamonia
Foreman: 46 Grand Secretary.ng TT appearing the satisfaction of the Court, by afil1 oz. 11 nu'W -
A true extract about ld'years,of a ratlier yellow complexion.! I hereby north of Tallahtu, all the belonging -
in this filed that William W. Devalt personal property
Notice. davit case -
M. CtTh'NINGIIAM, A Regul; Meeting of FlorLd* A. the Defendant in this cane, resides beyond the juriscictiort offer a reward of wie hundred dollars for the recovery tn hU estate, (except negroes,) uc.astxng; ; i4' o i
V virtue
(1lecircnit Court, HilUb.a-ough) County, Honda.vABTv Chapter this evening. Companions acouni- B Court last of a decree of the Madison Circuit t ; of r this Court, and out nf the Stile of Florida of the childrca and conviction of the thieves. part,ol Ihilowiug articles; __
7 fall, we will ofli-r ( ale W. IL (J. SANDERS
in the or on the 10 or 12 likely Mules and Horses
ng city i icers arc invited. An election of ciTh first but in some other part of the United States: ,
/! NAMIS NEW Monday January next, the tract of Land Guardian for Matilda.
IN YOKK.-The will take place. (con // ij Ordered, That the said William \V. Devalldo 800 or 1000 bushels of Corn,

$?' llkoUle Democrats of New York, are J. B. TAYLOR, &crctar ,. ty taming, Florida about, wbereou 10UO acres the) near late John Talofa J.,Madison Coun appear and answer said Bill of Complaint within C'oh MoINTOSILJOHNLHAillLTON.. A largo quantity of Fodder, .

R*e taken pro eonfesso About lo killing Hog, i
improved, November 23 18SO. 4T( tf
having j
duelling ,
ZLIr4Miy have received the Soubriquets of hou>e and all necessary out buildings. against said Defendant, and that (the cause be set for __ 80 Stock Hogs, -' :

4'1 7/lvt/ GreJ8>f and Woollj heads," the Rssl Estate at Auction. A. J. DOZIER, ) h'earngdUrixthie next Term of said ( ourt in March Select School for Young Ladies, Quincy. -, I''4 100 I25icadofCstth3 head of Sheen- i. ,

latter of which is the 1st day of JANUARY 1851 will be sold VANS RANUELL, Commissionfr nez 'I3IIE next session of this Institution will commence Plantation -- ______
apjJicd to the Scward per.v OX jjiidit further Ordered. That, this Order be utensils e-wry'descrijifion,inch as Wag t.
The above sale will JL 1851. For
at in
tST take place Madison on the first Monday January,
before our Auction Room,
'published in'soufc public' newspaper printed in this gons Carts, Sugar Boilers,Ac, it-c "" U. _
Court House of tlie f
Circular or enquire Prujci- 5-Terms-Cash
printed ,
The The House and five acres of Land well week fer three months and that Com ee all nntler doWi
Express gays: These nicknames December 7, 1S50. 48 4t (Sent 4f Slate once a JOSHUA PHELPS. 011 sums on Hundred p,
nre ) pat
not without meaning. The silver known as the *' Demilly" residence, oii th nlaiaant take testimony in the c ue- Quincy, November 23, 1851. 4.t> {Ot Jars; on sums over one hunclretl dollars, a. credit ,

Irum the older Grays'are Quincy lload. 'I'erms'Cnsh.BEflaY Notice. THOMAS BALTZELL, Judge. c ns ysar. cpoo ati luctory security being given. Aid. .
t} o graver portion of the October 40, 1S50.A .< note to bear interest at.rate of..8.per ct-itt. All reV' -
Auctioneers. NoticqIS
wg party, who have got cured of their isms December 14 APPLICATION will be made by the undersigned, true copy Attest, co nl-ed claims againfet L. H.-Branch will be takutascak -
f any they' etcr had-and the 1850. 49 tsO dale, for letters of administra C. L. CARRUTH, Clerk. hereby given tj at the follow IKJ real estate of Andrew : : t

"pads' iarc tL6sc wlio with Gov. Woolly AT AUCTION.N lion on the estate of- George Wyley, deceased By M. A. CARRUTH, D. C.. F, Elizabeth f.. and Horatio C. Withers infant N. BOn same day and nt some-fhH & probn- -

tinnk' Seward, the 6th of JANUARY 1851 will be sold at JACOLLWYLEY. December-7. ISV 43 3mT heirs of Horatio Withers, deceased, to wit : Lie eight or ten b'kelr .Negroes vill be Lured out for :;
Uuak w much of the negro, that they can Auction for di Q-nncy, December 7, 18,0. 43 6t LoU 1, 2. and 3iu fractional Section 20, and Lot 2. year Idol,to LJghvDtbhlJec. .. S
but very little of tlie white man. ca belonging to an estate, UST weived and for sale by C.'tX BYRD A CO, iii fractional Section 21, all in TownJu'p 2. North of JOSEPH BRANCH.-' .

Medical Works and.Instruments. Notice. J 10 barrels real fiercer Potatoes,, Range 1 West IA described in the bot,kvf the Land JAMES IL BRANCH, j dmn.Nocmber .

North Carolina BERRY
A Li iia$ becn introduced into the fleeetnlx'r 14, 1S50. 49 2tGrooerle the Honorable Judge of Probate in and for the l"(5( tarpels frimnioth onions, all lying and being ia the County of Leon and -- -- '___! --.-(--*--- '. """ 1___ 1* .

of.North Carolina Legislature County of Jeflerson,for letters of dismission and discharge 5 quarter barreLt fresh caught... Na I Mackerel, State of,Florida, \ ill be raid to the highest bidder, at Plantation and Negroes for Sale.f -
laying a tax uponnll aa Executor of the lat wilt and testament of .3 half 1 public sale, before the Court House door; iu Tallahassee rsigned offer ? f ; .

clesuianuEacturedatUieNorthandbrought 1 UST received per Win. R. Pettes, and on hand per Ebcnezer Folsom, late of aid County deceased Novem> 23, 1850. 46 on the first Monday January, A.D. 1851. The pIIErnnd lying in for'salc a valuable phnta-

in ute SUe for 8ale- The kw it to remain 0 late arrivals from New Orleans and New York, All persons herein interested, aiu heiehy not ifie4 ac P. P. LEWIS terms will Be made known on the day of oale.Byordor Sandy/ Ford, on the MatlL-o,1 OolU River.cnnt **<***, **r the ,

force uxjfl the fugitive law is 100 bbls. lirtra and Supcrfino Flour, cordingly. HARDY MOORC.Jeflerson of James E. Broome, Judge of Probate for talus 600 acres ofIartI Tha r Jantatian con' t
ne4 into efrect faithfully car. 10,000 Ibs.: Plain and Sugar-cured Ham* County, December 7, iso 4.3 Crr local Dentist, Tallahassee, Plorida.rn' the County and State uf<>reaid. eJ and under orw hnndred of wbwh are'eler.

xid all throughout the United States, fi.OOO u Shoulders, P OOMS b the new building immediately CARO HJE B. WHITE: good tno
1ue the territories ofth Urited States f 0 bbls. IVime' and Mew Pork; DANCING ACADEMY. L East of the Post Office where -- ILU1DEN WHITE, ;;iiorwtia
o to to the people of North Carolina lJnaCt'CruJied: and Brown Sugar,' .RASIllI announces tr the citizens of Tails ho will be ,found, uiiltsM profe* 'onally November 23, 1ii.- 4& 4t OuHr il8n<*. stcKikatJ with apple, Grange, peach,wl fig troftCf 4welt
tarry thither awldirahergs Adjoining the place U'a sjouj range for stock, and tM4
Bpecie Bagging Rope, MR c11zxei. Se.emb-r'1LlS5) S5 -
any of liH&. that ho has arriveJ in -
Ur Property they ea the city, and will situation '
flnnl and bhirtma4, / .. js 4 ihcaltiiy and well watered. Thara La *H
Itted proper. The ae! tQ l3 trans. E ick"and Green Te commence givinj; iuatrucUon in DANCING for juveniles 0. A. MdNTYEE, c very bewtiful la>% flijcctj front of the dwelling M ;. _
theGovemor Saturday morning. 23d Noverabqr Iir-tiint.; Attorney at Law .TaUahasee P1orda.N '
of He oiWSoutfiera : hens,. -
.. .
1te,, request that imiJa., 3.aw bo soapan.lcanJh's.BEAKY 'i HOWLED Au'ctircariDecember h 'cjdock-and)9 the,same evening fet'.;3,, atthe.Ct'' 9TO ie VpsTf'! ,.B.-He will prr.(efght negrne'- 4. _

Md I cci state, U l $a 49 IZ4: aei L'.d'at\tta (ilc- IvqoMs'Aj Cur Uorfz, the ute Cou'ttv; Land Bill) for a nWera'p liara- 0. Aa )tcLt rrK. -

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t Sljcfloribhw: & Journal Tax Coli3ctor'3 Sale. STABILITY-SECURITY.-....PERPETUITY. JOHN- PKATORIUS- cgat Lbzcrticint Receiving from New York.
A FULL assortment cf
-- Tutue of thepivrrr ve-ted in me by law, I Staple Goodj
BY $100,000. i[:OP TIlE LATE FIBM OF BftL JtMOFLD rLlT0T11t'j .Tx ne*, constating in part of
have Icried upon and shall expose for *alc, be- Middle Circuit
: PUBLISHED EVERY sm'KDlY I.TEXLXG.TEU.MS tore the Couit Hoa e door, in the city of Tallahassee inform hi* friends and the puWic Brown Shirtings and Sheeting'
MUTUAL LIFE Bleached do.
THE INSUEANCE CO. LEON COUNTY-IN EyITY> : on the first Monday in May nest, the foll.twin ha taken the*tOI't' Lxtely.ocmpieJ Wood and Willow
t : property or so nuch thereof as will pay the Slate OF SEW YORK-XO. 3.> WALL ST., anti adjoining the en-re lately Tallahassee Rail R>ad Coinpao omplainant. Wooden Bucket and War,.

F : THRCE OoLLins per annum, if pii J in advance.THSCC and County Ta\ due thereon for thear It50, and Accumulated Fund, N.ir. jt, l>43.5-1WO- occupied by Bull & Pratoriiu,where he will be plesused vs. Union Bank Fancy and Common* 1nb .

ii AND A HALF, if paid within six uiout..s. all incidental expenses) to wit : j NET)), securely investi-d ia Nona'sar.d AlortJiazes to attend to the call* and wants of the who may be Richard Hayward George K' lVler, and Adamantine Soaps,
White Sperm
FOUR ULLR$. it not paid until the end of thevcargrThej All that tract or parcel uf land known a* Forbes j en real estate in this city and Brooklyn, and stocks dip **tl to patronize him in his line of busiiw.He of Florida, Rurbutt R. Bettont'd Elijah Brown and Loaf Candlti'

: L $ e tettns will be rigidly adhered to, aminojiaper Purchase, will.i a the limits ot Leon County, containing of the Slate and City New-York and United States ha received by the late arrivals a eAoiff and Defendants. 'l Complainant Nails Spanish Ciitars Sugar,, '
:. ivillbediicontiaueduuli'laUaireara iare Hi.'JiO acrc,mote or letf-, iiJto belong to I J Government. trlJ-uJtclrJ upjJy of Clot Cawmrrts, Vtttinjt, 1T appearing from thealle-ati"< assorted Candl;*. -
'idavit, that Defendant Rio, Laguira. and Java Co '
1 rite.
( paid, u: !. !>iat the option el the publishers Subirribers the ApaUcLicwla Laud Company. I IU. This lund i ia rapidly increasing a widely extendrtl Faiify Goods ; alto, a general aartimt of Bill which are verified bj rteflt f the State of On hand-A supply of
White i is not ;
Elijah a
: will be received for three month at One McRAENY, and prospeious business. R1.IDY-JTAJJL' CLO TIIIXG aaj
Flour Rice.ioorSi
of Georgia, so that Rope, .
Florida but resides in the St?
IJ'1Lir-'i Tax Collect, Leon Cuuuty.Nnvcrn'wr | The declared dividend of If.y.to '
month at SI V)I. Every older lor the Company a of profits
All Lard &c. JOhN
of vrliicli, I flatter in and] s of subpoena : .
myself arc equal style he cannot Deserved with prom ICDOtG
of 0, 1'3t.< 41 t on all existing policies the 3U
vjt be
must with percent on
paper thuco'inty accompanied
qu.\lity, ,iw the cai: uale** tii? order comes through any of our January, 1S4S. found in thi market. lie this Bill, ft
Tax Collector's Sale. j will give particular Httentk White, plead, answer, orde, r to on
4 faultily! autliouzed agents in the State.IvMl virtue cf the vested in me by law, 1 1 Ibl All the Profits are divided amosg the Insured. )i to his ba-Tnc', iui power
BY j The premiums are payable in cash annually,semi pa'ron.-ujo from the public. of bavins said Bill taken //r confessed, and an to 1,0*
: expe fur sue, before the Court at a Resolution of the Boaid of Directorsitk '
Qiiinrv in the County of Gadl, on the tecond i annually, wr quarterly, lulerot being added on the November 23,1850.! -1C tf himet do-vn for hearing; tfporte: P.rorideilThat BY transportation on the foliowin, "*'*
inierted at the rate of One Oollat o deterred pa>inenH. a cf this Order beVl *l>ed for four month?, irticln
Monday of Apr.l next, the lollowms! described pro- copy duced to 12i cents for one hundred 1"
twelve lines lor toe first, and fifty cents for each peit\or n> iiiu..-: theieof as will pay the State and j The cash principle adopted by th!, Company *e- Madison Female Seminary. one" a week consecutivelvJn one of the newspapers effect from the fir: day of November weight, ISoQ*to t4
.. rjl I'nerti.in. A reasonable! deduction cures to the parties (or \vno e benefit the insurances in the of '/hlahas4ee.TUOM .
> published city
County Tax due thereon for tlie car Ib5), ar.d the Lime, Cement Slate Hay, Brick
> ; rl'lIE nnxt Term of this Institution will begin on the ,and
eCeitcd the whole ot the BALTZELL
k will be mils on |r al 1 notices, e-t3ten.ticesear. incident thereto, lo nit: are advantages, wihnutnbjecting Judge. bnilJine.otherthanmaible. Wootf rOn
expenses 'J.
ueceisnrv first TIiurs in next and dote the
theta to the drawback .
.4 ly notices without alteration, by persoas having The \\ho\it\ Of what is called Fo b
regular account with the office. tying in Gids.I >n Count\,or to much thereof as willpas' premium notes. A true copy from Mint" rf Court. ol 61 cent sack
buililin is erected and will bo in Storage per oa Salt;
Person* effect insurance on their lives new :; put complete iAR A. MYERS. Clerk. penBoii
All *anceraenU ol candidates for office, FIVE bounded the may own 0> '
the Tax aforesaid on East b- the will hereafter tw charged. .
order for die of before the beriiining
DJLLAHH-invariably in advance. No attention, Ocklocknec the U\-sl the andlbe lives of others. A married women can in reception pupil M. A. LONG, Snlitor for Complainant.
River.atid on bv Apalachicola In consideration ol( the redaction
the life of her husband the benefit of next Terra. With tIns mMitional biiiHinar, 44 'tinJcffersonCbcUit of frctzto
of which I
willbe paid to orJerfor announementwiIet, sure November J, 1S5('.
any River. HUGH O. McLEAN, Company will not hold themselves| *
tccnrapann-d with the cash. Ta\ Collector foi Gadsden are secured b\ law far the exclusive u>e of herself or the Iiu>tituti County. damage to or Hay. Consignees l
children. number of 1)U1.IL.1tatt Court.IN wilt <
All relifiou, m rriaz and o!>i uarv notice pub OctnSer 12. Jbnj. 4'J' Ca: themselves in readiness to remove the last >
a1Iotherdepeident salariesaregpecull ; i uition arc the same as heretofore. For naj
lished gratuitously ; but editorial notices for private Clerg/menand upon ilHNCERY. tides discharge of the .
upon cars, as for
i invited t avail I tieIxlselu'b of rurticular'S see Circular or Catalogue. re
ly a
benefitwill b: charged adtertiserncnts. resource "'
and Ditiribution. their hazardous
Tax Collector's Sale. whereby their surviving families maybe securtd Board may lie had in private f.iinilie in the torvn. Bill for Injutlbn natnre.tLc Company will UeceiT
them in their Warehouse.
SoB WORZ. B virtue of the power vested in me by law, I from the evils of penury. from 'S to 10 per month, (exclusive of washing and Exectors of Villain Goodman, Complainants, THOMAS *

shall cxposefor alebfore the Couit House at I Pamphlets explanatory of the principles of Mutual light.) Board in the In-'titution, eicla-ive of lights vs.Eeza J. PERKIN3,

We are well prepared to execute Job Work, such Quincy. in the County of Gad>dtu, 0:1: the si<..maMonday Li'e Insurance, and illustrating its advantages, and wasbing, i ia 10 ]HT montluR. Dasher! Sarah Vaters, Green R. Slater, Mar November 2. ISiO. 43 Set,

at bill.,crd4, blanks,panph1et ,& ., with neatness in Apiil nextthe following described properly j with forms of application, ma> be obtained at ll.e W. I'ARUAMORE, garet France? SLeN Jane Elizabeth Slater. Harriet BERRY & ROWLES

and deiatet: ). All wink of thi, description, or so much thereof as will pay the State and 1 olhcc of the Company, 30 Wall st., or of any of its Prteiilcat Board of Trustees.II. E. M. Siatepohn G. Sifter, William Slater, Auctioneers and Commission ,

except lou persons having yearly accounts with County Tax due thereon for the vear IoO, and the I agents. S Z. ARDIS, Secrttarv. John Goodman.nd \VilliarnGocdnnn Ellen.cod Jerchnli in

the olce, must be paid for on delivery. neressary expense incident ther"' >, ;o wit : TRUSTEES.Jo November 3, 1S50. -JG tf and Spain, Detdarits. Cotton Broken.npHANKFUL .

r- ::--_ _ Six hinired and forty acres of{ land, lying on *. B. Collin*. David C. CoHen, TT appearing to.ne satisfaction of this Court, by for the favors of the fjastseasoj i**

TOWLE & MYERS Rock Creek, purpart'ns tob. luni to L. S. Catlm.or Wri. J. IIVi.14p! A'.tnd'! Edwards Notice.AME 1 affidavit madttn thi- cause, that the said Defendants JL having flittered themselves that they gavj,

sa cuh thereof as will pav (he T.x alorcsiid. R. H. McCurdY, %,Tu. Bits, 'i ( to the Plantation of Colonel B. F ,with the xcepnon of William Goodman El- faction la their patrons, again cfler their.nr,1,
Watchmakers and Jewellers HUGH O. lenwood of the 5fite e-f Florida, beyond COTTON BROKERS. will
WcLEA.V lesideout
But: to
Fred. S. Winston, Joseph ; Whittier, Lake Jackson, on the 10th fle?:. i
Tax Collector for Gadsden Cour.tv.October S --- the of this Court, 1-ut in the United of COTTON by sample and the
TTAVING procured the service* C. W. Faber. IMIC G. Pear-on, ( 1 /of Novciabtr, a grev MARE, about four jurisdictioi get highwt pnV* ?
f JLL of Mr. ALLEN, formerly oft !12. 1 ,5'J. 40 6m Jahn P. Yelverlon Henry! V.V1N States : that the market wilt aLlow, ndina\eprcmptret0fB
ytirs oM, of ordinary size, witn t tv.- fc'hiscil) they are now prepared tu Thoo. Sd.kk. Wm. Mooie. an-1 blind in and i i.< gentle. ItislhereforcOrdt'eJ* of the same. Always on the spot, they will be M
one *
eye very Margaret
ei-cutc a.i work in the abate hue, with pioRiptncvud Tax CoUectcr's Sale. Stacy B. ColSins X-"bcdce C ok, The i* reque'ted l to come forward Hza Dasher.j'arah Waters, Green R. Slater to take every advantage of the fluctuations of it
owner ,
in the most l satisfactory manner. To our friend* virtue of the power vested i ia me by law, I John 11. Swift, Jona Miller, and take her pro- Frances Slater, Jane Elizabeth Slater market. Their charges will bez follow}.
all work B pcrtv, iHitj thtifjtt, away. E M. Slur, John (,. Slater, William Slater, and For sale of 12 bales or less, 00
at % distance an early at tent inn to which shall expose for sale before the Court Hous,' at Joht: U'adsworJh, David A. Cornsfcc!:, JOHN C. WIIITXER. cent, perb T.
day Us forwarded tu us, will be given.TOIVLE Qiisncy, in he Cou-ity of Ca.hJen, on the second S. :M. Corn.Il, Robert SbujUr November 20 ISO. -16 tf John Gooilnm, and Spain, appear and answer the ..e. a a 25 40 I. V i
r.is within four
in .
filed < cause U l 4 .
Bill cf nrplaint 40 30
fc MYERS.! .Monday of April next,the following described piopcrty Gouv., M. Wilkins, Jatnes Chamber.*, HOver
September 2S. IS'/). 3S tfTowlc or sn much thereof as will pay the tae! ,:'l John V. L. Pruyn, Jo< >ph Tuikerman, McCARTHY'S COTTON GINS. months frtrs the (Ute of He be publication of this Or- 40 25 1 H
Bill will taken for confessed against BERRY
County Taxes due thereon from 15J3 to 1S7J incluive Fred.Whittle-e'y, MOS--S H. Grinnll; ikr.orth/said fc ROWLES,
& ha made further
Myers !1E subscriber improvements
and the thereto ChrIes Wm. J.. > tU-m. New Building. Main Stretf.
> to Ely, Banker
necessary expense ,
J_ on tiii Gins, and as they are now made believes Ordered, That publication cf
.ind tt if further September 14,1S.V) 34
on hand,and are now receiving, a new and wit : John C. Crugcr, I>i-eno Dutilh, ___ guj'
HAVE that are better than other Keller Gin i sonif published at -
at sort men t of GOODS, ulC.Id hztdr'd! Gadsden Jo/ tr-ey any this Oner be made newspaper; -
coui ling Two and forty acres of land, in Walter FrancesLalhrcn!
whatever. The Col ton,also! will command a better Talahee once a.vcek lot I he spice of four months. Coopers Coopers Coopers!!!
LV'.T Hunting Witches, County purporting to belong to Rohprt! Jimerton, rrii Allred Pell, J. O. Thaiclui.;
ice in New Yoikbr (rtrjithe Gins 1'HOMAS BALTZELL Jude.A .
Liverpool -e i than ,
Gold Anchor Lever daStiver nuch thereof as will pay the Tas af<>ie aid, ling l\- JOSEPH: B. COLLS: pfMntt. pi T subscribers now offer for sale a new and eon-
Lever Hunting dafilter on Flat Creek. HUGH O. McLCAN', ISAAC ABBHTI', Frrrftary, from any other Gin. The following certificates will trie co v Attest, plete assortment of Cooper Tools, consistingof
how the estimation$ in which they are held in tLi> C. G. F.VE, Clerk. Stock Howells
Adzes Biti
Anchor Levt-r tlo Tax Collector la G>-j,3oa Cuut.tv. JO.;. ilLUXT, Counsellor. Coopers Hovelling
I.ipi-jc and common do October 12, I'5'). 41 Cm JAMES B. GAMBLE, Ag't.Tallahassee. part of the country.GADSDEN Noernhe 1--V>. -14 -tmja Levelers, Crows, Wood Stocked, Broad Axej.a&jIron

Gentlemen V and Ltdies* Bogota Pins.a sencral assortment Jan'iiry, lb->0. i y Leon Circuit Court. >- I Brace, Champennj, howell*. Hollwbr
of Ear and Finger Ring-*, Gold Gjaids and Tax Collector's a1c.iy COUNT* Fla., Sept. CO, IS50. Hoop, Heading, Backing,and Stave Kojy,,.

Ksys. Fob aid Vest Chains, Seals, G..ld aud iilwiHcacils.Guld : irln, CbTt1FiITJESSE i ; I have been running one oJ Jamil's Improved Mc- 1.V CHANCERY. October I9. 'SV). 41 BRITON fc HIGGa
Pens.Goldand Silver Spectacles, Gol-J I ct the power '.estid iii me by la-.v. I Carfh>'s R -Her Gins for mor- than three months, Jam' Hunter, Administrator of Archibald R. S. *

Sleeve Collar and IJ') < ta !Buttons, S.lvtr, Pail, an j !r.allpo e fur sale, Iwfore the Court Hw.e at and have ia that tirn-,ginned out a large amount of Hunter, deceased, Notice

Shell CardCa <>s, GiLl and Siher! Things, fiacFans. Quincy, in the Cou.ity: of Gadsden, on the second II. WTAI'SON, Cotton with it. It has given ine no trouble, and I r*. persons, creditor, legatees, entitled(.fo.

Silver and liuftalo CGSI'JS.AtJ. Monday of April next, the foilowin;d Si.-rrb.-'d pfi- JIANCFACTCKKU; have lost no time with it. I hve aUo i.btakit-d the filliara Burney and ethers, crftlifors of said estate. ALL or otherwise interested iotkenli'!

French Mantle ClorU*. Table Knives, TerTra petty, or so much thtreut as \\ili pay the State and cry hiirhest market price in Liverpool for my Cotton ("T appeaiinz to the satisfaction! of the Court, byI of Robert Spence, late of JtlleT9on'ConnfjFloi6, ,

> Paled and Silver tVare, Silver Table and Tea County TJX due thereon for the year 1S30, and the Palmyra. Lee Coun'y Georgia, front this Gin. I cm much pleax-d with the Gins, affidavit, that William Burnty, Leccidas Willey, decea'edare hereby notified to exhibit their data

Sjjoon*, Plated S.oons, Forks, Cr-am and Soup Ladles necessary exptn incident thereto.to wit : VirOULl) inform his fiiend and thep-.iblir gone. aud rtcoo.rr.ciid then lu the }>ubl.c. Henry Clat k. Mary McClure.ar.d 1 hcrr.as J. Hardie, ana demands within two year* from this date (a tIe

Plated Voile'*, (13. Tea Sets, Caitors, Candle- Seven hundred and fi'tj acres tt Land, lying enCrooked V V rally, that he continues the above busiuttis at JAMES MIMS. atd Simon Taylor. Defendants in the above case, reside undersigned, cr the came will be barted; :and ii

flick*, Sjtar Limps, Silver and Gilt Girandoles.AUo and Raaev.Crek, purpoitiu:; to beijii to Araistud his od baud, where he will be bjppy n> supply; the;., beyond the limits of the State of Florida, but pcisuns indebted to the said deceased, are i

fine double baneiled Guus, Shot and Gate with first rate article. As an evidence of the GAP.'ni'ir COU>TY, Fla., S'pt. 27. ISA'- within the limits cf the United Stale : to u.ake immediate pavment.

rL.&; and FJa k fine ui.ektt Kmve>, Porte .Monniri, HUGH O. McLHAN, quality of his work, he would state that out of the I hereby ct-rlilj that I l...ve ginned seventy les It Is OrJerfd, That said Defendaita appear and JAMES R. TUCKER sheriff

I\irt Folio. Violin?, Clarjaets, and Flutes, fine Ra- October 1Q Tax Collector for GadsJen Countr. large number' told by him tie pt year, not one has ot Sea Island Celt on with J a roll's Improved Miar- answer the Bill riled in this cause, en f>r before tie cf Jfffron Count* and fjr ejflrio Ada't.

? Strops, ice.fi's IbJO. 4U Om fail.d tu give perlYcf satisfaction! -and would a> lefcrence thy Gin, and think it superior ar.d far prefer-H,or' first M.>nda> in February next, otherwise the Com .TtT.r;nn Countv, October. 150. 33 3o

quality and general assortment of Perfunen" Jefferson County' Tax Collector's Sale. jjuethe uameol any one who has one of his man, ) accounts to any other 1 have ever tri<-d I be- plainant's Bill: shall be taken pro eon/rsio: Proi- Notice.

AT.. Ace. TOWLE k MYERS Ginsia UM He i i. intending to enlarge hi-iestab'.isli- here, as hey are now made, they will gin'. Pr anat ileil, A copy of this Order be published once a week

k Septemcer 23, 1S53. 'S BY \irtue cf authority before vested in me by law, 1 shall! men? consideral! y this >'-ar, by which means he will erie(4: !; ( r t three months,without !f pair, free hundred for four months preceding the said first Monday in ALL persons, creditor, and legatee*, entitled to

e lor sale, tl.e Court House door, in bs enabled to fill order (which last *ear he wai un- poui.ds per day. GEORGE A. /ROOM.Quiscv February nextin some uewspaper printed and pub cr otherwise interested in the n-

I CARRIAGE REPOSITORy Alonlicello, Jtfflers.ui Count** on the t1it Monday in ablclodo) withGins, if possible, superior I any ever lished in the Middle Circuit of the Slate of Florida. late ci James Moorelate of Jeffer'.on Connrj.Fb
May next. Section 21, To\\ihip 1, Range S.Su'jIhand manufactured in Southwestern Georgia. lie thinks Floiida Octofr' 10, 1SW. Given at Chambers, ihU5th Srpittr.btr, 1S50. rida, deceased, are hereby notified to esbibit 'heir
Maria Eat Talitaro', or i>o much iiiercf a will pay and sati'y that every year's experieuce enables him to make a This is to ceiliiy that we hateex nined the Gins THOMAS BALTZELL, Judge.A claims and drinar.Ja within two years Item thisdai,

\ Ft'oiUa. double Taxes due the Stale and Little In.it! r"article.. f John M. Jarott cit this c-mrnonly known true copy-Attest, to I the Uiidetsi ned, or the same will be barred; udall
lic subscriber wonli fnforn theircJ:2r'F Ccunty.amouiititi to $l'j SI,bs ide,costs and elmzes. Reins a pracicalraechinicand withaldetermined as the McCarthy Kollei Gin, for Sa Island Cotton,) OSCAR A. MYERS, Clerk. persona indebted to the said deceased, are tt-
Land (
? : liend and the pobhc in general are siIuteJ i in the said tVirity otJefi'rn that none but Gir.sot tlieery fir.t cla-sshallbe manufactured and havehesitate seen the same in oeH'snWe Io n..l LONG, ARCHER i COPJ.EY, quested to make immediate payment.

a L *T hat they are receiving a la e upplof and known as tlc Uarbour I Hill I Tract. i in his shop,ha-els sateinjwarrantingf t them to say that, in oar opi'
& *.t1r* and Rlt;;ic
for date oa the most rea-a uOle terms. Person November JtCi-ison Cun'v. will deliver theta free cf charge to purchasers at in better s-Mle than from ai.' Roller Gin vte are acquainted In Counrv. October 5, Is50. S9 3m
2. I 50.
-13 f.m Chancery.
vrisluaa: to buj are revues- !o cail aad examine their nlantstiona. that
with We do ncteliete thc&taple is
CIRCUIT: OK FLORIDA.AT Valuable Lands for Sale.
heir stock. Octo'i-r K*. i n 41! All mide with his MIDDLE
Jefferson C3nty Tax Collector's Sale. engagements travelling Aznts, at all injured by said Girr, and think cotton from

r>Y virtu cf antl.oiiu ve'ttdia ncbv law, I shall or orders to lh, Proj-rielor at Palnyjra, s-hall be them will command as mach as any othei Roller Gin CHAMBERS'', Aaznst 2?, 1550. WILL be sold at public 'auction, in Quincy n

Tax Collector's Sale.BV 13 tot Sile btfor- the Cc'Jit House door.inMonticeilo promptly: attendt-ti to. v%Latei tt. Bill for lease to sell Land. : the 6/4. Jay of January, 1S5Z, Irtu

rjrlae of the power vted in roe by liw, Ituveleucd expose: Je2crs.jn County, on the first Monday in (X3- Repairing properly done in the most durable SMALLWCOP, GIBSON & HARRIS. John P. Duval and Ann F. Daval, et a!.,Cocplan'ts. tracts of Land belonging tu the estate ot Rcobeu B-

uimani citieo.eto iaie.before the Vet *"of Ininner.c r*. Hick>, deceased.
February nxt; Stclioti 7, in Town-
;is also Ajjent for the sale of Chapman The Heirs at Law of David M. Sheffield, deceased, One is ia Calhoun ontVe AacliI.
53Me tract cour.Jy,
the Court Ua-j e door, in the tou of Madison
on ship I, ot Range 5,North and Cast, orsoui-Jch thereof ft- One of the >**ve Gins can be seen at Mr. David
the* first Manday of uae next, at the Uiuil hours of will and Rin-lall's ic Co.'sCAST IRON HORSE POWER SUGAR whose names are unknown.IT c ua River, a few miles below blont'To'afl, an
a> pay si'isly W. II. ArmUtead's Ta\c? C. \Vils Hi'slure in TalUhaxee. They are war
MILLS in Southwestern Georgia and Florida. appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that containa 20'JOacrw ofLand. It isseosed!
air tu the bidder luliovvtiil.tnd nearly ,
highe-t tte dccri- '
; due the State and ranted well. Ail orders
l d.untj, arncuntins to S3 'J be- to perform promptly attended
?, lying aai bciug: ia tue Couutx ot Mdiu1 sid.s costs and charges. Said Lands situated Contracts can be made with my Travelling Agents. to. JOHN M. JAK'ROT.Quincy the heirs at law of David M. SherLeid, deceased, thai there are from three fo four hundred arm cf
Jiurida, \n: are in Any information wanted with regard (tliec'M and do not reside in this State, but in the Stale cf Conner pine land, from five ro six hundred acre of baa-
he said Couu'v cf J.'iTersnu. October
I 19. I$ 'J. 41 "t
The S C I of the N K: | of Sec 20,T 1, R C, Sand JOHN WOOTE.V operation of these mills can be obtained by adJres.inj .-- > icut : It is Ordered, That the heirs at law of meek, and from 1 00 Jo 1200 acres cf the richest

K. a th t pro; eity ol J. S. Patterson, to pay the Tax Collector fur Je c-rson Cuu'ty.N.wrnher : me at Palmyra, Lee Count"v,Georgia. Pure Sulphate of Quinine. said David M.Sheffield do appear and answer to the cane-brake or liver-mud low tronr.d3. 400 acre,
March30.IS.7J. 12 said Bill of Complaint, in thisca-e filed,within four thereabouts cow for cultivation.
*ap Lii CAI due on same lot the \cars 1515, MO, 2. 1 1S5I. 41 3-n ly or open
'47, '4 '4t,, and TMIE sibscribers have on hand two hundred and months from the date hereof: ,lnd it further Ordered The improvements consist cf a dwellicg-tcow

Ti.e N of the NV J 'f Sv-c 23, T 1, R 5, for CITY CoiN WEIGHER.f Dr. D. Jaynes' Family Medicines, JL fitly ounces of Sulphate Quinine, which the I % That a copy cf this Order be published, once with four rooms, some twelve cr fouiteen escefteit
hare obtained diiect, from the manufacturers, and a week for the of four months, in seme news cabins mill and fixtures, and other
taxes, &c.d.ie (rom IS 15 to 1S53.At.o.the PHE undersigned PUHL5C COTTON WEIGHERL JMPRISING his nxpertorant. Hair Tur..r Al- pace nero a sugar
E 4 N i E 4 Sec 11. and W J XV 4 Sect for the City of Tailahasie, having just returned pi lerative. Hair Dye, Carmmithe Balsam, Tonic hey will warrant it to be a supeiior article. paper printed in the city of Tallahassee, Slate of necessary out-buildings, all new and in gor-d repair.

12. -r t. I u! 9. N and C purporting to belong to 1. J.UJderwoQd frotn the North with two jt iir of Sraltis, manufactured VerJiilujSanative IMU.and Asue Pills, for 531e b We have enlarged our stock of Drugs and Medicines Florida. The ibntation bas been newly fenced inandnfi i.
by recent anivalsand are prepared to execute THOMAS BALTZELL, Judge.A vided into four shifts. There is one field of 12))acres -
for dast herein
ta"s from l3l' tn IsOJ a-Ijmte'l and certified by the lnj>ector oJ SHIELDS & GOLDWIRE,
THOMAS M. ANDERSON .Scatt and Wiighlt of the .Vtu> Yotk Custom Jirte 15,1S50.: 23 tJJin Q incy, Fla. >rders lorarticles in our lineat wholesale or retail, true copy-Attest. no.v in sugar cane ct fine. luxuriant prcwib,

Sh rifl a',(1 ex odictoTax Col. MaJi ou Co. //isusr, i is no-.v prepared tu received and weigh on the most accommodating terms. OSCAR A. .MYERS. Clerk. planted mostly within the present and list Jear.-

r.avetaber 3U, 1S5J. 47 Cm Cotton brought to this Market. He will attend any at r. S. I*. 'l'o\vnsciur& Sar&'tpuriliu.Dr. We hate also a less accounts yet due to us for the Bv; Hrcii ARCHER, Jr., D. C. The purchaser might safely calculate on ttaiinj

the Depot or at any place within the limits of the D Sands' dj. ear 1Sl. They Centrally in small amounts, Aiisrn-t 31. 1)O. 34 4n, from SOt to 1COO barreN ofsyrnp frcn the ntocoin
:.. but if \\holecould be paid shortly 1 it would go this field another Cotton, Tobacco inl
I Sheriff's Sale.BY Cityat the shortest notice lu conjunction with the Dr. Wood's do. Holmes Circuit Court. jear.
c t. far towardsli'iuiihlingcertain sum* which we oie. Corn also be cultivated mo-t successmullv.
Dr. Hull's can
Cotton weinhinir. he lias large ard i-i the do.
: a
virtue f f writ of fieri facias i i'ic1 from the > lear of
a Messrs. KlRKSEYa-id WILLIAMS' STORES where Dr. ComMock'* do. LEWIS &, AMES. Richard Boyd, } Competent judges pronounce this to be (the best
office of the Circuit Court fur the County he will receive CO ITON FOR WEIGH IXG OR ON Dr. Coaistork's Pain Etrator. June S, 1550. 2 > c*. > Bill for Divorce. tract of Land en the Apalachiccla River. Persoti
of Ix a, Millie 1 Circuit of Florida,wherein FairUink's6t
For -ale Sarah Boyd, ) desiring core information are referred to Had a
STORAGE. The subset iber's otiict attention and by SHIELDS & GOLDWIRE. Notice.'TTC
0 Vatlcndae are plaintiffs, un-1 U jtton & Fialiur are dtjfcnliuts experience for the last three years at the Depot June 15, 1S50. 23 that, Qoincv. Fla. JT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that Muse, ot Qnincy, Fev. Jesse Coe.cf Jackcn ecoa'

I have L-vicd ujoa aiil will ex| ise fur sale, will, he hopes, bring him the custom of the Planteis the unde ianed. will make application to Sarah Bod,the Defendant, resides beyond theju- ty. near Ochesee, Kelt. S. Hardaway, Cclmnba,

I'ifore the Court ll'jusc dr, ij the city of Tallao.v} and Merchants generally. O&ce in (the rear of Mr. D Wood.'iHr's Dysentery Cordial V T the next Legisl-it'ire' of the State of Florida, fi-Jiction ot this Court, and cut of the State of Ga-.Jitaes Drun mend. er the tremisesor the Eth-

(In die fin-t M alay ia January next, wiUun legal Kiiksey's store, where subscriber be found at and V ?riiiif.ise; for a charier for a Plank Road from Ocala to the Florida : scriber, near Diamond Grove,Brunswick,Va.
t3:1r: *, the followriT decribed property, to wit: all times. LIly Mvth! r'M Friend and Lnjuiil Cathartic, head ul Silver b:>ricg. // ij Ordered, That tie aal Sarah do appear, The other tract of Laud win Gadxlen connfj.O

One HL-gro nivi elavc, I H-airy, ajeJ; 30 vera .*, CHARLES A. .VASir Dr. Gordon's Anti-Bilhouj Pills, -- DAVID PROVINCE, plead, answer, or demur to siid Bill of Complaint miles nth-east from Q'lincy.on' IheTallahaMttrwd,

Altw, iiero girl, Jinny, aged 13 year*. City Collet li'itr.S \ Dr. Hastings Compoz1dSrup! of Naptha. JNO. G. REARDON, within three mouths, or said Bill will be taken pro having Win. Jackscn's tract on the nortl. and Forman -
I>e vied up'n in the property of A. J. Fisher, aal to ptemSer 21,1V 0. 37 tl Dr. Little's Toni HittersTonic Pills, and Vermiie W. S. HARRIS, eonfesso against said Defendant : 4 Mne"s on southand contains 800am*.

1 to &Ai to iJsfv *oid writ .f'fieri ticias.; : Lncina Cot di a!, C. A. M. MITCHEL, .ind it further Ordered, That this notice be The sea island Cctton grows finely on this bed.

A. A. FISHER, SbcrilBy Notice. Ringworm and Tetter Ointment, French Mixture, B. A. CARTER, published in some public newspaper printed in the T rw -One-fourth cf the purchase money will

4 HALEY T. BLOCKER, D. S. rpIIE firm of N'ish & Ta>br is thi day dissolved Dr. S'ince-"s V ;r'aMc Pijls and Bitters.Dr. xfii STEPHEN BRYAN, Slate three months consecutively. A u. 5, 1S.i0. be required in cashand a credit of one, twain
'ovcmbcr SO, 1&5'J. 47 t JL by mutual consent. These indebted ill dj usIbs Mo'.. i vs's Sjjur Coated Anti-Fever Pills, JOHN SCOTT, GEORGE s>. HAWKINS, three }ear< will be given for the balancethe purchaser -

pleasure lu sr.tle as soon as possible.M. Dr. Lens: Vegetable-Universal Pills, IS. G. EROWN, Judge Western Circuit. executing bonds with approved security,in!

A. B. CLARKE, .NASH. Dr. IVte.s' Vegetable Pills, JOSIAH PAINE, September 2S, IS-'O. 3S 3m the bonds earning interest.

(Pou.iLiLy CLVitKG IL T1LI.M\N,) October I, 1SO. J. L. TAYLOR. Mitchell's Eve Silve, and Thompson's Eye Water, SI M EON 11 EL VENSTON. EURWELL B. WILKES,

.!i'iT'LNG purchased the interest of Mr. Model's Phinix Bitters and Life Pals, Marion Counlv.S-'pt.S] I ">' '11 3m Notice. Executor cf Reuben B. Hirks, deceased.

L Dr. Rose's Cough S\ creditors, legatees, entillfd to dis November f. ib50. 44 St
ii Sullirar) in their old business, can Le The brines* hereafter! will ba con'iucJcd under rap Agency of ALL persons _
._i1iounI at their old stand on Munroe street Hcnuine Stou hton's Bi'ters. The above well cr otheiwise inteiested in the esta!
tvuere he will teceive ia a few dais from New York, a the share firm of of the NASH i CO who respecttu.ly b. licit k.owxs and popular rrinedies f"r sale br ( DR. FITCH'S CELEBRATED MEDICI17ES. of William Woolen, late of Jefferson Ccuuty, Flor To Planters.

one of the no t complete assoiimeuls ol JtcalyniJe patronage of the citizen envry. SHIELDS! fc GOLDWIRE. PULMONARY BALSAM, Pectoral Expectorant, ida, deceased, are hereby notified to exhibit their nndersimed have just received lleir Fall

Clotiiing and Genlkincn't Fanty Goads of They Good expect Meilirincs to keep and on such hand othn a general assortment Jnr.elS 1 ic'o. 23 tJaa! Quincy, Fla.A J. Pulmonary Liniirvut, Pure and Medicinal Cod claims and den.ands within two tears from this date filE ol Plantation Goods, which they ffet

rvcr oil'! Ted in this nurktt. Aio, a gen .ral s jitineat generally kept in heir line of business.OctoWrS. articles. as are Liter Oil, Anti.Isp.ptic Mixture, Nervine, Vermifuge to the undersigned, or tbe same will be barred ; and for sale crs'acccmnodatirg terms, consisting IB pi"of

of Frrncft, Enzht'i, and liilgian Ctotttt, IS'iQ. 3'J NASH! &. IcoUolic Kvtrncl CunMabN Indus Depurattve Svrup, Heart Corrector, HumcrCorrec'o all persons indebted to said estate are requested to the folUKvin :
CO. ;
XX Citllodien or Liquid Adhesive Plaster, Cou.h and Cathartic Pills, Female Pills make immediate
JUack anil Fancy Uticiki.ii and Cattiuifrt, Jilurkait'l payment. Llan X;tti-London, Duffil, Mackinaw, aid GieJ-
Ft guard Silk, Satin; Cashnurc, and lrtittt New Stoves. Philotokcn, 'ucIv4ne. Female Specific, &.C., &c., used by him constantly JAMES R: TUCKER, Sheriff Plains-all wool and heavy.
Nerve and Bone Liniment. For sale by and with unprecedented success in the treatment of of Jeflerson County and ex officio Adm'r.
which he tnanulacture .
Vetting is prepared to at i
from New York Washington and Gocrgta.Idnsey
receiving Cook Parlor Ktrseyt- striped
JUST ;. SHIELDS fc GOLDWIKE, Colds, Coughs, Consumption, Asthma, Heart Diseases Jefferson CouritySeptember 23, laGU. 35 3m
the kboitest notice and 1:1: tue ino.t approved itvle. colois.
Air Tight Stoves ot the -fancy plids and plain
most approved pat June 15, 1S30. 23 tlJan Fla.
Quincy, ScruSula, Skin Diseases, Rheumatism .
The community, generally are respectfully requested terns and latest fettles. Call and Examine them.T. Dyspepsia, Notice. Cotton osnaborj.,brown sb jut ings, prints, einne'
call aud stock before else- Female Complaint. Piles, &.C., &.c. wool batsia
to examine my purcha.ing WHITE & CO. New handkerchiefs,shawls, and
Goods.- negro
Dr. Fitch's unequalled Patent Silver Plated Abdominal months from date the Executor
where. Tallahassee,October 12._ISG'J. 4J< September? 1C50 37 tf SIX undersigned, larjte stock of m5 tU. HEIR &
OPENING a large and carefully seeded stock 01 Supporters; Dr. Fitch's Improved Patent the last will and testament of Uz Williams, 42

Valuable Negro for Sale. THE TRUE MEDICINAL Britania, and Bright Metal Wate, Steel Spring Shoulder Brace; Dr. Fitch's Silver Inhaling deceased, late of Gadsden Coun'y, will apply to the October. 1?50._ .

consisting in of Tea and Coffee Pots French Tube. Jude of Probate of said for final Notice.
sale a K.;ro fello v, aged about twenty-four, COD part County, a discharge
large and well made, a capital hand ia a Turpentine LIVER OIL Cotlee Fillercrs. Pitchers, Car.dle Sticks cf ditlereit and settlement up from said! estate. months after dateplkajon! will be made to
in the cure ot! Scrofula qualities, Jelly Moulds, Glass Linteins Cake Bjxes SAMUEL WOODBURY. Executor SIX cf Jef"i "
oichard, and a good cooper. Enquire ol lie USEFUL Consumption, DR. FITCH'S CELEBRATED SIX LECTURES Honorable Judge of Probate
tiiiierined at Monticeilo. ,Asthma, Ironchitis.Coughs, Cannibterj, and a variety of ether articles, whicl on t the prevention and cure of Consumption, Asthma, Calden County,September 21. 1>50. 37 6m County by the undersigned Administrator of George

October 26. 1SSO. 4? WM. C. CLARK.OOTS and diseases of the Chest ard Lun s. A supply theofler for sale on reasonable terms. Diseases of the Heart, Sic., and on the method of Ellis, deccaaed, late of said Cojaty, for disc11'V
ol this valuable medicine is jmt receive, which is Also, on hand a full and extensive stock of Tin prestivuig Health and Beauty to an old age. This Notice. from said administratorship.CHA.

B SHOES, HATS, AND CAPS, just re warranted pare, and of very superior quality. Ware of every description, manufactured here by book should be in ev ry family. To the Consumptive monthaaffer date, the undersigned Administrators RLES L. poWELL.

i 'ceived. and for tale by For sale by LEWIS &. A ME". good workmen, and at lair prices. it points out the only rtatonable hope' tar relief. S of the late Robert Fisher, will present Jefferson County, October 26,1S50. 42 faa

GEORGE: II BESTWICK. MiyM, IS3J. 20 Tallahassee, Fla. Lead Pipe, Snest Lead Copper, Zinc, and Cistern To mothers, the directions it gives for I the care and their final account and touchers to the Judge of Leon

S October QC.1S50.! 42 Pumps for sale. Tin Rood;;;, Guttering, and Job education children! are invaluable. "S.OOO copies Probate Court,and ask for a discharge from said es- Just Received and for Sale,"

Cash Advances. Sight Exchange Woik executed faithfully and with despatch.T. of thin book have passed through the press, and thesale tate.
YORK WHITE fc CO. "unabated. For sale K. W. FISHER BARRELS Family Foe Herring,
f\N NEW SAVANNAH, and MACON continues by S. S. Fitch is. } 1 0
,pIIc undersigned v ill make liberal cash advances "__) for sale, iu Bun.n to suit, beTkIO.JAS 5V 1ctnbr 21. 15O. 37 tf Co., 707 Broadway, New Yoik, and bv W. E. FISHER,5AdmrsJuly i i a. so *

$ .1. oa shipment* of ColtOll, canti ned to J. L.Emillwood. J. PERKINS, SHIELDS & GOLDWIRE. 2'), 1S5). 23 Cm 60 Extra and Western Flour

New York.SIALLVOOD.. October 40 Notice Florida. 10 Whiskey,, !
12,1553. Agent Marine liank. Quincy, an
I GIBSON & HARRIS. T lIE subscriber having fitted up the TANERY ::3- Dr. Fitch's Guide to Invalids, i-t Directions fo Notice Nn. 1 and 2 Mackerel in quarters, half "

Qnincy, Nuveinber 2, 1650. 43 4m, in this place known as Baker's Tanjard, has persons using Dr. Fitch's Remedies,to be hadgra/u, months after date, we shall apply to the whole barrels, box-
Notice. now un hand and will keep all kinds of LEATHER tf all his Agents. SIX Judge of Probate in and for Benton A large lot cf Soap,to be sold low by the aboor

Ready-made Clothing and Saddlery. ALL creditors, legatees and per on* entitled to for sale ; nnd will have fine BOOTS and SHOES _J-in > 15. 1S-V 23 than Count j, for discharge from any further administrated Also, a large lot of heavy Dry Goods, sod

*ec.eived per Bark Mora from New York, a in the estate of John M. Crooks, made to oider. He has on hand a superior article of oa the estate of Charles Laing,deceased,late of 1500 worth of heavy Shoes, besides an extew

JUST supply of Ready-made Clothing and ..Varf.dlery late of Jefferson County, deceased, are hereby notified I. doubled-soled NEGRO{ SHOES. He wonld! here return Benton Cotmtv, South Florida. assortment of coarse Hats, by KN1Gi1'
which are ofleied to the public en the ino ; that their claims and demands will be lurred *l his thanks to I he citizens of Gadideu.and the C. T. JENKINS, ) October 23, IS50. 42 S. S-

reasonable terms. HEIR &. IWSr.I the expii ation of two;ears Irotn this Jite, unless the adjoining Counties for their past patronage, and say HAVE just received a large and general assort J. B. ALLEN, Mm r.Jun. An Entire Stock of New Goods

October 12, IS5). 40 same are exhibited to the suWiiber; and all persons to them that be will continue to nanulaclure Lea of Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals 22, I 150.; 04 6m
I who Lave any demands arainst said deceased, are ther, !Boots, and Shoes, at his old stand in Gad.den Paint!, Oils, and Dye Stuffs, which they will .eloa > HEIR & RUST have just received per

t Notice.FOITIl hereby notified :o present them without delay ,and County, near Quincy. He will be glad at all times (lie must reasonable terms for cash or approved Notice. Coe, a large assortment of Drttt

J those indebted to said deceased are now called upon to exchange any of the above articles for Oak Bark, credit. Persons wishinggenuine unadulterated med 'TILLbeso1dat public outcry at consisting of
wectn after date, I win mike ipplication icines will do well to call and examine their stock .
low ike immediate payment to Hides, crippled negro boys, or his own paper. V T Columbus, Columbia County, FiguredLachineTrocheFoplifl.
HoD ell the real of Sen Adm'r.Jefferson ; steady .i-: _: :; Florida, on the first Monday in Jan
for leave Ute
; Jr Malion lo e
County, have June 15.1S5Q. 23 tlJan Veailian Silks
can employment. Cashmeres,
County, October- 1S50. 42 3mETNA uary next, the well known steamer GLASGOW. Figured
Wm. 1L IVttlsoivasce&sel hite of said County, viz:
w. H. Brocade Silks Lustres,
MCMILLAN. the figured ,
Notice. This Boat has been running on Sowannee for the
4 TVu Lois in the lovru of Madison, known as Lots INSURANCE COMPANY Tallahassee,February 2, lSO. 4 ly last two draw 17 inches light, and 2 feet 6 Pain De Laine, Printed De Lainej.
1cos. I 167 and IC8, ia Session 2&ThOMAS IX months after date,the undersigned will make years loaded and ill Champ'l Lyonese Cloth, Bik and col'd D b1'Peruvian
HARTFORD CONNECTICUT. S inches when w cany from three to five
S M. ANDERSON, application to the Court of Probate of Leon hundred bales of,Cot toa Her Engines and Boilers Silks, Embroidered CsbW'
Sheriff and ce ffitl. Admlnistraiur.1ft BUILDINGS, Stocks, and Cotton in Ware-house Notice. County for letters of distais.ion as administrator of Glace Silks. Washington Silk.
of excellent workmanship and in good condition.
NoretnbeT 1850. 1ft fit loss by fire. A LL persons haring'demand against the estate cf the estate ol Joseph W. Lea, deceased. are Her limbers are sound, and with a moderate outlay Satin de! Chine Dotted Swiss Mu' '8"

LEWIS & AMES, Jesse Willis, late of Leon, County, deceased, .% JOHN McDOUGALL, Adm'r. for repair of Wheel Houses, etc., she could be made Armun Silks, Figured Cap Lac'.
Notice. January 243, IS.3Q. 3 Agents, Tallahassee.Blacksmithing. will present them to the undersigned within the time November 2. 1S50. 43 Cm to answer a good purpose for a tow boat ot for trans- Black Gro de Rhine, Plain and fibred Bat

: TT\UR week afterdate, I trill make application to 5- prescribed by the statuteor this notice will be plead -5-- &c. poitation ol freight oa any of the Gulf rivers. ID Florence and Oil Silks, Black de Chine,

: J;4 tbe Honorable A. McDonald, Ju-lg of Probate in bar cf their recovery. Carpeting, the hands of an enterprising individual or company, 30 pe fancy bon't Ribbon, 20 Lace Caes

I fur Madison County, for leave to Mil Ute real estate of JOHN R. CRUMP, Qualified Etecutor. 5 ROLES two and three ply Carpeting, Wool, she can doubtless be made a profitable concern. 75 needle-work Collars, 25

I Henry! D.Jour Jan,decea ed,of sid County,viz: Forty rJWEunderigned respectfully informs October 26, 1E5O. 4'2 fct 10 hnadsome Hearth Rugs'- For further paiticular, please ei.quire of Capt. 20 pr Cuffs 50 pe wove do U''

.4 ftcren of Land, lying and baing ia tLa County MaJtllOMAS that, having S 2 pieces Green Baize Carpeting, for sale by DANIEL BELL,, on board, or to D, PERKINS Ladies Cravats,Kid Gloves, Linen C nwy' fc
..- T1 ni 'mploycd a eupeiior HoiseShoer, he ia Guns October 19,1S50> 41 C. C. BYRD &CO.NNYKentuckyand SMITH! E. Columbus. kerchiefs.Barege.Silk.Dc Lame and woirtcdis"
S >
q. ,
all wotk in that line in toouwnerowiw
.. ] 1L ANDERSON, now uerio pieparcd to execute and oa usual terms.Jin,2PlS5 anan.icr NOW opening, 6 (Iwo barrel Purcussion'Patent Sea Island Bagging, New Terms made known on day of sale. with a variety whickwe ol fancy article all who wiliC
low to
e 4 Slicriif and rficto Admbuntrator, F. PAYNE.5i Gun,. 3 do do do Bays vT York'and Kentucky Rape, for sale hy.._ BT ORDER or THE SrocKHotPrm.Columbus.Fa merate, offer Qctober2318" 4?

4 ):'oyoiator I je.isia tf Gum. [Oct 19,1650. 413] C. C. BYRD fc CO. October 1?, IfOO. 41 P. FLACG. Oct 12, 15-59. 40 Sentinel. -"us.

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