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 21, 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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DECEMBER 21, 1850. VOLUME n---NO. 50. '
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I SENATE PROCEEDINGS. > ,incorporate the Leon and Gadsden Plan!: !: Road Company, to be Nays<- 'rr. Presid a nt/lresara..Austin/ Avery, Brown of Columbia i Ordered that tho same be certified to the House of Represent *!: & '(!
transmitted to the Senate, it being represented that the Senate are Brown of Forward Johnson I i ,
WEDNESDAY, December 18, 1850. Hillsborough, Finley, Maxwell, lives. ,| j/ :
L The i Senate met pursuant to adjournment now in possession of evidence relative.to the duo publication of notice McMillan: \ Moseley, Perry, Taylor-13. Engrossed bill to be entitled, An act in relation to the boundary % ;KL5"' ;5
t officiated requsito for the Constitutional enactment of said bill, said bill Said motion lost; line between ; *
Uev. Mr. Pratt as Chaplain. was the States of Georgia and Florida "
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tile of read having: been prevsously returned by tho Senate to this house forI I Mr. Baldwin moved to lay said Resolution the table. Was read the third lime rand ;,
on tho
e. A quorum being present, proceedings yesterday were of : ; on the question of its passage yeas 3 t f;": *
want certificate of
' a such notice. On this z
* question the and called for Messrs. ,
and IIrpro-cd. yeas nays were by nays were: 3s* P'
< Pursuant to previous notice, Mr. Brown of Columbia, introduced Respectfully, Fonvard and Baldwin, and were; I easPresIdent:\ lIess8Austin! ,Avery, Brown of Columbia, &; 1)<; ?:: .:
ot >I'bSi l to be entitled, An act to grant the right of pre-emption to persons II. ARCHER, Yeas-Messrs. Austin, Avery, Baldwin, Bnddington, Crawford, I Brown of Hillsborough, Buddington, Crawford, Finley, Forward, Ms>; t .;.' 4;
who have settled on sixteenth sections in certain cases; Speaker) House of Representatives. Finley, Ghent, McMillan, Smith, Stewart-10. I Johnson, Maxwell, 11cMillan.11osele y, Perry, Smith,Stewart, TaJ't i t.+.. V
Which was read the first time, rule waived, read tho second time, was read.ORDERS I\ays-\Ir.:\ President, Messrs, Brown of Columbia: Brown of I 11'0.. ;'
the Committee Schools and OF THE DAY. Hillsborough, Forward. Johnson, Maxwell, Moseley None. ; t L 4 f
end referred( to on Colleges. Perry, 'fay.I Nays- iii
S would Bill to bo entitled, An act to incorporate the Florida and Geor lor-9.Said. So said bill ;;
notice that he
K Mr. Forward gave at some future day, ask I passed. Title as stated. ,:' ...' ,;
a leave 1 to introduce a bill to bo ('ntitledn act to enable Executors, gia Plank Road Company: Resolution was laid on the table. Ordered that the same be certified to the House of Representa .:' P .: '
.ldminietrators! and Guardians to sell the real estate of Infants. Was taken up. Mr.\ Avery, from the Committee on Schools and Colleges, made ?. .{
. On motion the Scaate resolved itself into Committee of the< Wholeon tives.House f' '
Mr. Forward, pursuant to previous notice, introduced a bill to be the following report: bill to be entitled, An! act to authorize James J. Meeks to : :
S said bill :Mr. Baldwin in in the Chair. *
entitled; An act to amend the acts now in force providing for the The Committee on Schools and Colleges, to whom was referred establish a ferry across the Withlacoochee river: ,
issuing Of Gasniishmcnts; After some time spent in consideration of said 1 bill l, the Committee the bill to be entitled, An act altering the mode and manner of re- Was read the second time. '.i J.s i
/ Which was read the first time, rule waived, read the second time, rose, and by the Chairman, reported progress, and asked leaveto deption of lands purchased by the State for taxes, ask leave to report Mr. Forward moved to strike out the fourth section ; ? :" :*!
the sit again, : Which carried. '
and referred to the Committee on Judiciary. was
Mr. Forward, from tho Committee on Enrolled Bills, mad! tho The Committee recommend the of the bill with tIle following On motion the rule '. ,
Pursuant to previous notice, Mr. Fon\and introduced a bill to be passage was waived, said bill read the third time, andon
entitled, An act to amend the several acts now in force in relationto following report: amendment: the question of its passage the yeas and nays were; a.. ,..:'.
.I pleadings in Civil Suits; The Committee on Enrolled Bills, beg leave to report.as correctly Strike out the word six" in the seventh line, and insert the word Yeas- Mr. President, Messrs. Avbtin, Avery, Brown of Hillsbor- f ". ", 'I'\

Which was read the first time, and ordered to a second reading Enrolled: "ten." ough, Buddington, Crawford, Finley, Forward, Johnson, Maxwell, ." f" !
i to-morrow. An act to establish the fees of Notaries Public in certain cases in the I They also recommend the adoption of the following an addi- :McMillan, Perry, Smith, Stewart-14. f.1 j :'* j

s I Mr. Forward pursuant to previous notice, introduced a bill to be County of Monroe."p. tional section. Nays-:Messrs.\ Brown of Columbia, Moseley, TayIor-3. ::1it';* T. j
entitled, An act reducing the term of service of Road Commissioncrs A. FORWARD: Chairman. O. :M. AVERY, Said bill passed as amended. Title as stated. !" ,: ;
: ; Which was received.Bill Chairman Committee on Schools and Colleges. Ordered that the same be 'certified to the House of Representa- : i;
Which was read the first time, and referred to the Committee on to be entitled, An act altering the mode and manner of redemption Which was received, and said bill ordered to be placed among tives. ; !
Internal: Improvements.Pursuant of lands purchased by the State for Taxes ; the orders of the day. House bill! to be entitled, An act to authorize !Henry Hewitt to ,"f f
Was read the second time, and referred to the Committee on :Mr.\ Smith, from the Committee on Propositions and Grievances establish the "* .F' ,i
to previous notice, Mr. Finlcy introduced l a bill to be a Ferry across Choctawhatchy River at Hewitt >
entitled, An act to amend the first clause of the tenth article of the Schools and Colleges. made the following report: Bluff; ; *" ..J I
f constitution! of this State, so as tojiuthorize the appropriation of the House bill to be entitle, An act relating to the duties of Tax Assessor The Committee on Propositions and Greivances, to whom was Was read the second time. .. '
proceeds of all lands heretofore granted, or which may be hereafter and Tax Collectors and for other puposes; referred a bill for the benefit of James Ponder, beg leave to report: Mr. Fonvard moved to strike out the fourth section; 5 .v..,', 'I i'
granted, by the United States to this State for a Seminary or Semi. Was read the second time, and referred to the Committee on taxation I That they have had the same under consideration. Your Committee Which was carried. / 'J
the and revenue. on examination, find that the said Ponder is a resident of On motion the rule waived : '
nai-'S of learning to use of Common Schools ; was and said bill read the third time: :; '
Waich! was: read the first time, and ordered to a second reading House bill to be entitled, An act for the relief of William Ting- Thomas County, Ga., resides near the line of Florida, and that the on the question of its passage, the yeas and nays were ?;. 1
to-morrow. pen ; said Ponder owns a plantation in this State, though he resides just Yeas-:Mr.\ President, Messrs. Austin, Avery, Brown of Hillsbor- rF,
Mr. Maxwell: : presented the petition of Benjamin Byrd, relative to Was read the second time, and referred to the Committee on above the line of this State, where he owns Tannery. It appearsto ough, Buddington, Crawford, Finley, Fonvard, Johnson, Maxwell, /' I
the dividing line of Leon and Wakulla Counties ; Schools and Colleges. your Committee that the said Ponder only wishes to avail himself :McMillan, Perry, Smith, Stewart-14. ,., **, 1
Which was read, and referred to the Select Committee having House( bill to bo entitled, An act for the relief of Harman G. Har- of the privilege of selling his shoes and leather in this State as though N.'lJs-Messrs. Brown of Columbia Moseley, Tsylor-3.. ;' '.)t I

charge: of the Southern boundary of Leon County.Mr. Ian ; he was a citizen. Therefore your Committee do not see why ho Said bill passed as amended. Title as stated. t !
Was read the second time, and ordered to a third reading to-mor should be allowed this it is that Ordered that the
Brown of Hillsborough, from the Committee on Claims and privilege, as highly necessary same be certified to the House of Representa- <-
Accounts, made the following Report: row.Bill all Southern :Manufactories\ should be encouraged.D. tives.: ;1'' .,
The Committee on Claims and Accounts to whom was referred to entitled, An act in relation to the boundaryjine between J. SMITH, Chairman. House bill to be entitled, An act to authorize Jason Gregory to ':I._ t
.a petition forthe relief of Nathaniel P. Marion, ask leave to the States of Georgia and Florida; Which was received, and said bill ordered to be placed among establish a Ferry across the Apalachicola River at Ochesce in Cal- f'
REPORT: Was read the second time, and ordered to be engrossed for a third the orders of tho day. hoan County ; '1
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That they have had the same;: under consideration, and find, on ,"I'ulinf'f'tnn1nrrnn'a Mr. Forward from the Committee on Corporations, made the following Was read the second time :. J.i# I' J
examination 1.- Bill to bo entitled, An act for the relief of Nathaniel Marion:\ : ; : Mr. Forward moved to strike out the fourth I)''
of the papers referred to, that Josiah T. Baisden, Sheriff report section ; :..,
of Hamilton Comity, sold for Taxes in 181G a quarter section of Was read thc second time, and ordered to be"engrossed for a third The Committee on Corporations have had under consideration the Which was carried ; ;-'

laud at auction, and also that Nathaniel P. Marion became the purchaser reading to-morro+v. following bills: On motion, the rule was waived, said bill read the third time, and f. (
at twentr-five dollars. It also appear: that the: Sheriff sold House bill to bo entitled, An act for the reliefof Gadsden County: A bill to be entitled, An act to authorize Henry Hewitt to establish on the question of its passage the yeas and nays were: :a .
by mistake a different quarter: section from the one intended to be Was read the second time, as amended: said amendment orderedto a Ferry across the Choctawhatchee River at a place called Hew Yeas Mr. President, Messrs. Austin, Avery, Brown of Hillsbo- .' .,
be engrossed, ind said bill as amended ordered for a third reading itt's Bluff Bear Head Bluff rough, Buddington Crawford I
sold.! Your Committee are satisfied that the above specified bum of or ; Finley, Forward, Johnson, Maxwell, ; #f.
twenty-five dollars has: been paid into the State Treasury, and that to-morrow. Also, An act to authorize James Meeks:: to establish a Ferry McMillan, Smith, Stewart-13. ..' .. .I
the said Nathaniel P. Marion is an innocent purchaser, and is therefore House bill to be entitled, An act for the relief of Hannan G. Har- across the Withlacoochie River ; Nays-:Messrs. Brown of Columbia, :Moseley\ -2. .1

fully entitled to relief. For this purpose, they report the accompanying : lan, Also, a bill to bo entitled, An act to authorize Jason Gregory to Said bal passed. Title as stated. i.!f rl
bill, recommend its passage, and ask to be discharged from Was read the third time, and on the question of its passage, the establish a Ferry across the Apalachicola River at Ocheseo in Cal- Ordered that the same be certified to the House of Representa.lives. I p, ., II
the further consideration there pf yeas and nays were : houn County ; '
:M. C. BROWN, Yeas-:Messrs.! Crawford, Finley, Forward, Maxwell\ Moseley, Also, An act to authorize Henry Slayback to establish a Ferry House bill to be entitled, An act for the benefit of James Ponder, .' ,
Chairman Committee; on Claims and Accounts. Perry, Smith, Stewart and Taylor-0. across Escambia Bay; Was read the second time; ,
WLich was received, and said bill ordered to be placed among Nays-Mr. President, :Messrs. Austin, Avery, Baldwin, Brown And find, upon inspection of them, thai they propose to grant exclusive On motion,tIle rule was waived, and said bill read the third time; I : J .
the orders of the day. of Columbia, Buddington, Johnson and 1 ICIiIlan-8. privileges to the respective applicants; and it being conceded on the question of its passage, the yeas and nays were: :r
Mr. Avery, from the Committee on Schools and Colleges, made Said bill was lost. that no notice has been given of application for such privileges, Yeas-:Messrs.\ Austin, Brown of Columbia, Brown of Hillsbo- 4 M
the follow ing Report: Ordered that the same be certified to tho House of Representatives. your Committee are therefore of the opinion that the Legislature rough, Buddington, Crawford, Finley, Forward, Johnson, Maxwell, l: t
The( Committee on Schools and Colleges, to whom was referreda cannot, without such notice, grant the provisions of said bills in that McMillan, Smith-11. .
bill entitled, An act for the relief of Gadsden County, ask leave House bill to be entitled, An act for the relief of Kinchen P. Ellis respect,and therefore recommend the striking out the section in each Nays-Ir.resident, Messrs. Avery, Moseley, Stewart, Taylor ,
to Report: bill in which this privilege is proposed to be enacted.All -5. l t".',
The Committee recommend the passage of the bill, with the following Was read the second time, and ordered for a third. reading to. of which is respectfully submitted. Said bill passed. Title as stated.. it ,.
addiiioiuil section morrow. W. ..\. FORWARD, Chairman. Ordered that the same be certified to the House of Representatives. '.
O. :M.\ AVERY, Chairman. Engrossed bill to be (entitled, An act to alter and amend Proceedings Wliich was received, said amendments concurred in, and said bills ). :f .
Which was received, and said bill ordered to be }placed among in Chancery in certain cases, placed among the orders of the day. I House bill to be entitled, An act for the relief of James W. Piles; f '
the orders flf the day. Was read the third time; on question of its passage the yeas and :Mr. Maxwell. made the following report from the Committee on I Was read the second time ; } !
fr. nays were : the Judiciary On motion, said bill referred to the Committee f
Maxwell, from the Committee on the Judiciary, made a report ; was on Schools
relative) to a bill to be entitled, An act to amend an act entitledan Yeas-Mr. President, :Messrs.\ : ; Brown of Columbia, Finlcy, Forward The Committee on the Judiciary, to whom was referred the bill to and Colleges. '
act to exempt Homesteads from Execution, Attachment, and Distress Johnson, Maxwell, 'J'aJlor-7. l lie entitled, An act for the relief of the heirs of Jacob Bryan, House; bill to be entitled, An act for the relief of the heirs of Jacob -
approved !March\ llth, 1815; Nays-Messrs. Austin, Avery, Buddington, Crawford, :McMillan, have had the same under consideration, and have instructed mo to .I Bryant ; :l-. .
Which was, on motion, with said bill, bid on the table :Moseley\ Perry, Smith, Stewart-I). REPORT 11'asYread the second time: .
Mr. Smith, from the Committee on Propositions and Grievances, So said lJill:15 lost! : On motion, the rule was waived, said bill read the third time, and ,
made: the following Report: Engrossed bill to be entitled, An act in relation to Injunctions, That they consider it perfectly within the power of the State to on the question of its passage, the and nays were: i; ,
The (:Committee Propositions and G relevances, to whom was referred Was lead the third (time; on the question::: of its passage the yeas dispose of the Negroes mentioned in the petition read before the Yeas-.Mr. President, Messrs. Austin, Avery, Baldwin, Brown of i.i ,. h;
a 1'ill to be (>nti..lcdn, act for tine relief of George '\'. Andrews and nays were : Senate, as it may deem fit. The policy of the State seems to be to Columbia, Brown of Hilsborough. Buddinirton. Crawford, Finley I r ff
; and also a bill for the relief of Harman G. Nolan ; and also Y(,'ls-I r. President! )fe sr" Austin, Avery, Brown of Columbia, relieve itself from embarrassment: and trouble by reason of the manumission Forward, Johnson, Maxwell, .McMillan., :Moselev, Smith, Stewart J..
a bill for the relief of Kinchen P. Elli, beg leave to report that Buddington, Crawford, Finley, Forward, Johnson, Maxwell\ McMil of slaves. The committee cannot for a moment think that Tajlor 17. / I t.i ,.
they have had the same under consideration, and after mature examination !:Moseley:\ Perry, Smith, te+TUJlor-ltt. any mercenary motives prompted the restrictions against manumis Nays-Xone. f ,-.. t
your Committee recommend that the said bills do not Nays-None. sion. They therefore see no impropriety or impolicy, when the Said bill passed. Title as stated. 1\\ .!
pass. Said bill passed. Title as stated. State has come into possession of slaves on account of a f future to Ordered that the same be certified to the House of Representa't'
D. J. SMITH, Chairman. Ordered that the same be certified) to the House of Representative comply with the law on this subject, in turning over these slaves to tives.Bill . J
Wliicli was received, and said bills ordered to be placed among those; who would have been entitled to them as heirs, especially if, to be entitled, An act amendatory of the several acts now in }f ';
the orders of the day. Engrossed bill to be entitled, An act to amend an act providing as they have reason to believe is the caso in this instance, these force relating to the mode of appointment and duty of Auctioneers; bs 1 .-
Mr. Avery, from the Committee on Schools and College! made for the purchase, on the part of the State, of Lands oflered( for salo heirs are worthy} persons and good citizens. I am instructed to Was read the second time,and ordered to be engrossed for a third l I .
the following report: for Taxes, approved January llth, 1811);); recommend the passage of the bill. reading on to-morrow. l'J i '
Tho Committee on Schools and Colleges, to whom was referred Was read the third time: on the question of its passage, the yeas A. MAXWELL:\ Chairman. Bill to be entitled, An act in relation to Naturalized Citizens vo- .7' J; ,'.
a 1 bill to be ('n tll'dn act to define specifically) the duties of the and nays were: Which was received, and said bill ordered to be placed among tang'iu this State ; I "
Board of County Commissioners of Munroe County, ask leave to Yeas-:Mr.\ lresidfntIe8:\ rs. Avery, Baldwin, Brown of Columbia the orders of the day. Was read the second time, and on motion, laid on the tabl!:'. I l'.,t;.:
report that they have had said bill under consideration, and believ Buddington, Crawford, Finley, Forward, Johnson, McMillan\ :Mr.\ Baldwin, from the Committee on Engrossed Bills, made the House bill to be entitled, An act to incorporate the Leon and :
ing that the object bought for( :Monroe should be obtained for all the :Moseley, Perry, Smith, Stewart:; TIJlor-15. following report: Gadsden Plank Road Company; .)4'. +'
Counties in the State, herewith preseut a substitute for said:>: bill, and Nay-Mr. Austin-1 Tlie Committee on Engrossed Bills, beg leave to report as correctly Was read, the rule waived, read the second time by its title, and "' J .,
lecommend its passage. Said bill passed. Title as stated.. engrossed; referred to the Committee on Corporations. .,'.
O. M. AVERY, Ordered that tho same be certified to the House of Representatives. A bill to bo entitled, An act for the relief of Nathaniel Marion; Bill to be entitled. An act to amend the first clause of the tenth .t.' i; :,,: ..
Chairman Committee on ScJiooltand Colleges. A bill to be entitled, An act in relation to the boundary line be- article of the Constitution. of the State, so as to authorize the appropriation /
Which was received and said bill, together with said substitute, On motion, the Sentate adjourned until half-past 10 o'clock tomorrow tween the Stales of Georgia: : and Florida ; of the proceeds of all lands heretofore granted or which may !. l L..
ordered to be placed among the orders of the day. A. 31.\ Also, amendment to House! bill to be entitled, An act for the re- Le hereafter granted, by the United States to this State for a Semi- '; t'C .
Mr.\ Taylor] from the Committee on Internal Improvements, made lief of Gadsden County. nary or Seminaries of learning to the use of Common Schools; ;. ;f
the following report : TIICKSDAY, December 19, 1850. Which is respectfully submitted. Was read the second time, and referred to the Committee on ,t r (
The Committee on Internal Improvements, to whom was referred The Senate met pursuant to adjournment JNO. P. BALDWIN, Chairman. Schools and Colleges. "'
*"e petition of Bryant 'Sheffield, of Hamilton County, praying a The Rev. Mr.\ Pratt olliciated as Chaplain.A Which was received, and said bills: ordered to be placed among House bill to be entitled, An act for the relief of Kinchen P. El- :l l'
charter for a Toll-brhdge on the Suwannee River, at tho White quorum being preseut, the Journal of yesterday was read and the orders of the daj- lis ; t.t
Spring, ask leave to report that they have had the same under con. approved Mr. Perry, from the Committee on Taxation and Revenue, made Was read the third time ; on the question of its passage the yeas };IA'
&id(>ration, and taking that subject in connection with the opinion of Pursuant to previous notice, Mr. Brown of Columbia, introduced the following report: and nays were: ': r.
the Attorney General recieH'd a f.w days since, and following oui a bi"! to l 110 entitled, An act to authorize the Administrators of Henry The Committee on Taxation and Revenue, to whom was referreda Yeas-:Mr.\ President, Messrs. Brown of Columbia, Finley, Johnson '
what they Lt.ie.e} to be strictly duty, have instructed me, .lS their V. Ellis, deceased, to sell real estate; bill to be entitled, Au act amendatory of tho several acts now in l\IcJliIlan-5. :\ i
Chairman, to report unfavorable to the J prayer of the petitioner. Which was read the first time, rule waived, read the second time force, relating to the mode of appointment and duty of Auctioneers, N.'lys-\Iessrs.:\ Austin, Avery, Baldwin, Baddington, Crawford L 7 '.
\\r. R. TAYLOR, by its title, and referred to the Judiciary Committee. have bad tho same under consideration and have instructed mo to Moseley, Smith, Stewart, 1'aylor-9. '1 'i
Chairman; Committee on Internal Improvements. !Mr. Forward introduced the following resolution: report said bill back to the Senate without amendment, and recommend Said bill was lost. j l
\, hit 1\ was received.Mr. lie it resolved by the Senate and Jfousc of Representatives of the the passage thereof. Ordered that the same be certified to the House of Representatives. :r
Baldwin, from the Committee on Engrossed Bills, made the Slate of Florida in General Assembly convened, Pl1l.'lt on Nonday M. S. PERRY, .
following. report: next, the 2.1d iust., nt 12 o'clock, 1\1.\ the two Houses proceed to Chairman Committee on Taxation and Revenue. Bill to be entitled,An act to enlarge the powers of County Commissioners .
Hie Committee on Engrossed Bills, beg leave to report as cor- the election of a United States Senator, for the State of Florida, to Which was received, and said bill ordered to be placed among ; r. ;a I
reedy Engrossed, the following bills, wiz: supply the vacancy which will occur on tho 4th March next, in consequence i. the orders of the day. r Was read tho second time, and tIle substitue for said bill ordered :
A bill to be entitled, An act to alter and amend proceedings in of the expiration' of the term of tho Hon. D. L. Yulee. The following message was received from the House of Representatives to be engrossed for to-morrow. ( ?
Chancery in certain cases; Mr. Baldwin moved the indefinite postponement of said resolution. : House bill to be entitled, An act for tIle relief of William D. !
A bill to be entitled, An act to amend an act providing for the Upon this motion, the yeas and nays were called for by Messrs. Housn OF REPRESENTATIVES, December 19, 1850. Branch and John II. Madison
for the purchase, on the part of the State of lands offered for sale Baldwin and Forward, and were: Honorable President of the Senate: Was read the second time, and ordered to a third reading to .
for taxes, approved January 11, 1819; Yeas-Messrs. Austin, Baldwin, Buddington, Crawford, Finley, I Sir: TIle House ]have passed a bill to be entitled, An act to provide morrow.House. .1.,
A bill to be entitled, An act in relation to Injunctions. Smith, Stewart-7. I for the final removal of the Indians, now remaining in Florida, bill to be entitled, An act to amend an act unmendatory '
All of which is rospoctfull submitted. Nays-Mr. President, Messrs. Avery, Brown of Columbia, Brownof I beyond the limits of the State, in which the concurrence of the Senate of the several acts now in force in relation to the Assesment and t + a

JNO. BALDWIN Chairman. Hillsborough, Forward, Johnson, Maxwell, McMillan\ :\ Moteley\ is respectfully requested. Collection of the Revenue,.approved January 13th, 1849;
Which Aras received, and said bills ordered to be placed among Perry, Taylor-11. Respectfully, Was read the first time, and ordered to a second reading to-mor .a- ; a K!
the orders of die day. Said Resolution was not indefinitely postponed. II. ARCHER, row.
The following message was rccched from the House of Representatives Mr.\ Baldwin moved that said resolution should be read a second Speaker House of Representatives. Resolution relative to tile adjournment of the General Assembly .l'
: and third time Which was read,and said bill placed among the orders of the day. sine die; i

Hors or REPRESENTATIVES, December 13, 1850. The Chair decided this motion out of order. ORDERS OF THE DAY. It was moved to lay said resolution on the table; on this question! : i : ii
Uonarallc Praulcnt of! tJic Senate: Mr.\ Baldwin appealed from the decision of the Chair. Upon this .. the yeas and nays were called for by Messrs. ,Forward and Smith, ; #
Sir: The Hou,e }have }passwl the following bills, viz: the yeas and nays were called for by Messrs. Forward"and Baldwin, House bill to bo entitled, An act to provide for the final removal and were : :
An act to amend an act Amendatory of the several acts now in and were: J'of tho Indians now remaining i in Florida, beyond the limits of the Yeas-:Mr.\ President,Messrs.Austin,Avery,Baldwin,Buddington, ,
force in relation to the Assessment and Collection of the Revenue, Yeas-Messrs.\ Austin, Avery, Brown of Columbia, Brown of State; Crawford, llaxwl'llcJlillan, Smith-9. '
approved'Al'J y 13th, 1811); Ilillsborough, Buddington, Crawford, Johnson, Maxwell, Moseley, "Was read the first time, rule waived, read the second time by its Nays-Messrs. Brown of Columbia, Finley, Forward, Johnson, ti, ,
the relief of William D. Branch and John H.UcftJCctfully Perry Smith, T11."lor-12. title, referred to tho Committee on the Militia, and 75 copies ordered Mooeley, Stewart-6. t., )
-Madison, Nays-Mes rs. Baldwin, Crawford, Finley, Ghent, McMillan\ lo be printed. Said resolution was laid on tho table. y'
Stewart tf. Engrossed bill to bo entitled, An act for tho relief of Nathaniel Bill to be entitled, An act altering the mode and manner of Re l
II. ARCHER, The decision of the Chair was sustained.Mr. P. Marion\ ; demption of Lands purchased by the State for redemption of Taxes; -
Spcaler House of Rrpreseiitafircs. \ IJaldvvin; moved to strike out the words twenty third in Was read the third time; on the,question of its passage the yeas Was read the second time. 1e .
\1uru was read, and Enid MU: ordered to be placed among the stant" in said Resolution, and insert "23d January next" in lieu and nays were: Mr. Avery moved to:strike out the word "six," in ,second sec- l n
ordere of the day. thereof. Yeas-Mr. President, Messrs.\ Austin, Avery, Brown of Columbia, tion, and insert in lieu thereof; .

Also the following' : On this question the yeas and nays were called for by Messrs.\ Brown'of Hillborough, Buddington, Crawford, Finley, Forward, Which was ,adopted, and said bill ordered to be engrossed for a ___ J 1
IFIE? OF RWHEMKSTATIVES., December IS, 180.; Forward and Baldwin, nnd were; Johnson, :McMillan: Moseley, Smith, Stewart, Ta."lor-lt. third reading to-morrow. v;**,

JlvralkPruultnt SIR of the Senate Yeas-Messrs. Baldwin, Buddington, Crawford, Client, .Smith, Nays-None. On motion the Senate adjourned until, half-past' _o'clock/to-, -
:The House have directed tho bill to be entitled, An act to Slcwart( -15 Said bill passed. Title as stated. .. ,. morrow, A. M\ ,

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: .0thCtrsc1 have detcrmijcj pursu vGtIicrto Election of Senator in Virginia
December ilO, 1850./ Adli1ldil3uth1ingtm; LCrnord, FinloyFonvard Ef ottnnt: Ono of tie ,
) J'hirbintt&, the.public or to yourself \J noblest triumphs
& i f, McMillan: MoscleySmith, Stewart, Tayl6l 1. c> ,: Very respectWIy.V .. ever icLieved
The Fcnato met parronnt to adjournment C Said bill was lost f ,. v [ /: '' : > \ 1). xositr. liy a public servant, is tSat of Mr. Masor, j b
The Ilcv. Mr. IVaU officiated as Chaplain. t H ELTON & DY K the election ,
+ Ordered that the same b{> certficd to the House btReprescntaJives. Senator which has just

r A quorum being present, yesterday's proceedings were read and EDITORS AND. PROFUICTOflS.t *".;: TAILUIA-; (COPT.) October IS!, 1919.Govemcr ofTin the Virginia Legislature. Mr. corm

i1 approved. House bill to be entitled, An act amendatory of tho several acts == Momrr Mason
it is well!! known
1 Mr. Maxwi-11 moved that the HI' I lo incorporate the Florida and now in force, ii: rrlttion to the assessment and collection of the SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1850. PEAK Sm:Governor Drown desires to brin? the was one of the most

(; Hank Road Company be placed first the orders of .- cf the Gubernatorial office a* proming of all tho
; ti Icorgi.a among Revenue, approved January 13, 1S41); -- ------- question of the term opponents of tho Com.

the day for to-day; Was read tho second lime, and on motion laid on the table. Notice to Delinquent Subscribers. soon ai pos. ibli\! before the Judiciary, in order that he promise passed at the last Cr gresg. F0j'
Li i own c >nduc{ by the dtcL-u u I amof
mar rcgnlatc
;1 j Which was carried. Hourc bill to bo entitled, An act for the relief of William D. caloi the Inception of the scucmt
lobe It ii eclJum that -we niita a public! the opinion, and Lave so advised Lira, that tLis can very disgraceful
; Mr. Smith, pursuant to prc\ions notice, introduced abut entitled Branch and John II. Madison ; the patrons of the FLOIUDUX A Jumx.it, Vut our not be done by any suit or f-roceediruf en the part of to its final consummation all
1 An not to amend an act approved January 13th, ISi'Jhich Was read the second time, and on motion referred to the Committee lionk UHJ State; an l I wonM not thcreforu act ojciallt iu times and in
contain the of number of
4 provides for the clot-lion Judges of Probate by the people; on Claims and Accounts. mines u large jxtstnwho the matter. Tl.tro w only one way in whicu it can be all fonns-encountering all sorts of opposi.

o Which was read the first lime, and ordered to a second reading tomorrow. !House bill to be entitled, An act to amend an act amendatory to Lire neglectoJ to comply \rith the terms on done, and that w by an actio the nnJaaitis i i from the
Vhk'li they rewire paper, impoil for the amount of sakry! received by you
_$ the Pilot laws now ia force iu! this State ; time of the of Governor Brown. A suit lion, ho resisted the wrongful bilL
of Tho
i fo: to them 'wo avail ourselves qualification
: Mr. Johnson moved that a bill to bo entitled] An act in! relation Was read! the first time, and ordered to a second reading to-mor ; us sec at the next term of the Court, if tried, could be taken tenet of Virginia is well
in this State bo taken ( the table! tliM means to urge upon them a little attention to a mat done good
to naturalize citizens voting ruin to the next se*n of the Supreme Court, and the j
and placed among/he orders of Ute lay; ro'House bill to bo entitled An net to incorporate a Company to ter tir niall pecuniary iuiport.ince to them imliviJu.ilIT question there settled. faithful servant." Though a man ofh'ttla
,but t.i ut of the greatest importance. We a Which popularity lias
: prevailed Wacissa and Ocilli been
,' {. : be called the Navigation Company ; reelected ,
tlm beforethe
ajjret-ablc! to him to bring question -
1:? Mr. Avery presented tho petitIon of sundry citizens of EscambiaCmtnty Was read the Ciet time, and ordered for u second reading to- bejwt. The Left tnergies (>f our loln-l! niul5e b'-.I- moro]lrctnt Ik-ncli, than to delay it tf> a peruxl when by an overwhelming majority._...havin
relative road are put forth to gratify our r.si Jea ,and we certainly .
duty; .sibe! in the uffurd
men ow.'l'ho a ]H* cJuuijftf Judiciary might a pre secured in caucus the
Which was red, and on motion of Mr. A very, Raid petition was Senate Resolved itself into Committee of the whole, on n da! not fed tInt it u askb too much tf them tluit text impugn thtsjustico anal legality of any dcLionin unanimous vote of I L

L referred to the Committee on Iiiteni.il Improvement?, with instructions bill) to be entitled, An act to incorporate the Florida and Georgia they t-kill gratify n3 \>y a faithful anJ punctual fuIill- favor ot the views which he entertains in rtfjrence own party, and obtaining about twenty

to bring i in: a bill in accordance with the suggestions of the Plank Road! Company.: Eii-ut ( { their part of the contract Slmll we make to thii subject from tho ranks of \Vliigs On, latter glvext
The queitif moment
petitioners. After some time FjK-nt) in consideration of paid bill, the CcmmHtoa t1 Ls call in vain 1 Kcruittancea can bo niaile with zt to Goveniyr Crown,and he feel- a--ured that youwil"not solely in consideration of hit devotion to

,. 'Hie petition of sundry citizens of Kscatnbia County, that a law rose and by Mr. Baldwin, Chairman; reported said bill as amended; Kqx>nse tljoujli Pot.t Jlastcr.-", \ilio are autLorizcil by only bo u jw etl to acquii ;ce ia any
may bo passed to tax negroes brought into the County of Eseambia Which report was concurred in ; s.iid bill! vs read second time, law to frank letters cantauiinsjf money for NeuWriptioiw ecspper the Judichry, but that you will atfurd any facility for I.U defeat would that}

from other States, to be* lured ; was also presented by ?lr. A very. and ordered to be engrossed for a third reading to-morrov Sclf-iutereft Tr2l coittraui u.to purge testing it in the only practicable way. 'This you can I give aid and comfort to tho!

Which was read, and on his motion, referred to the Committee on 1 louse bill to bo entitled, An act to authorize Henry Slay back to our*uUripu\ lit at the enl of the present volume, 11elect do by to giving represent imtructioiw you a*will to such enable counsel ns to ns present you may am.! | North. The Whig gentlemen who voted for

Taxation: and Kevenue. establish a ferry across EeeambLi Bay ; unless disposition w cvincoil bytliliiiquent tocontince -' try the question at the approaching session of the Circuit him, headed by the veteran Vincent WitcLer

Mr. Avery, from the Committee on Schools and Colleges, made Was read die second time. to patronize us on tcrnu ioru agrceabL- our Court in Leon County. the wheel-horso of the party, exhibited

the following report: Mr. Avery moved, to strike out the word "Mulotro" in the sixth :I have the honor to be, ample of superiority of an ex.
referred Very, re The Committee on Schools and Colleges, to whom was partr
line of the first section and insert the word "Mulatto" in lien thereof *
(Si'ne&, d!,) D. P. HOGUE.corY. wliich is beyond all "
;i bill to be entitled, An act to grant the right of pre-empiion to i>erfcons ; STevr York Gotten Haricot -.__._ praise... .

who have settled oa Sixteenth Sections in curtain cases; Which amendment was concurred in and said bill as amended A Telegraphic despatch of the 10th inst. ( .) STRANGE KESCLT OF ELECTIONS
Also, a bill entitled, An act for The relief of William TMgjoa ; ordered second to-inorruw. Nitr. TAiiA-UosrE, October 15,1349. is CAL!-
ak leave a reading states that since arrival of the \merlcn, cotton Honorable D. P. Hocrz isxiA.-Mr. Freaner in his List two"
Also, a bill entitled, An aclfor the relief of i. W. Piles*; House bill to be entitled, An act to provide for the final removal letter
PEvu SMI:-I recuived on yesterday comm- from California in tho
la : has further declined | to i a cent, the mar your Picayune,
report the limits cf the common
in Florida !
of the Indians now remaining beyond nication tt f the 13th instant fiy my friend James T.
They recommend the of the first bill without amendment.A cafes intelligence \vl.ich is strand
ket dull.
passage State; continuing Archer, Hand{ it thenlrf-irKj Sabbath,my reply was certainly
.. $ the j-asfiing of tl p fiit bill into a law \vlil give (the relief asked Was on motion laid on the table, and 75 copies ordered to bo postponed till tw-tl.iv. Thw i U offered as roy apology if true. Wo take the following extracts ,
far J.I the two last !iii&J, they recommend that they be not parsed. The Concert. Lr the delay in forwarding a reply. his letters from
AVERY printed. Your letter,Sir,cimtainwl the fir t intimation I ever
(). M. i
House bill to bo entitled, An act to amend an act relating the The Concert given by the Choir of the had! from any poiirceth.it I wa.* suppjseiJto be indebted "TIiB winter TTC will have to elect a
iichads and
Chairman Committee Cdlfgcs.WHch
on duties of Tax-Assessor and Tax-Collector, and for oilier purposes, Presbyterian Church on Thursday evenIng to the State for any considerationwhatever; anil Senator m the place of C..L. Fremont, who ha. dj

was received, and said bills placed among the orders of Was read the second time, and ordered to a third reading to-mor attended audience who as I mopt solemnly"! deny any such intIebtednc I the short term. Cot Fremont, iu n.y opi.u
S lat, was by a large must, (vtry rejrtf'ttlff,) decline ti> enter into any arrangement no chance of a re-t-cctiox! 1 do! not at Ln
the day. row. went pleased with the tinging, and bywhich it rniijht pui-ibly I be inferred tht of more than two votes that he .
the mode away can iupin. :
entitled An
Also, the following report: Engrossed bill to bs net altering manner I, in tny way. acknowledge myself"it-i (debtor Let Te} F.ertoninthenext rehir
eecttcn for
Mr. Avery,from the I'ommHtee! on Schools ami Colleges,to whom of redemption of (the lands purchased by the State for taxes, pleased wilh themselves. It was certainly a the law take iU course: I cannot permit myself either States Sunatir (toni California Trill be the bm lJnj

was referred the bill to be entitl-d, Au act to require purchasers of Was read the third time; on the question of its passage, the yeas treat of unusual flavor. to luiaten- cr protract the result North an South, and although there is a ttron proi..

IState Lauds to maLe payment UK-aT'r to the Treasurer of this State, and nays were: Your:, trnlr, lot r.biiity that the Wbig. have a majority on joint tai..
\ if there is
tik U'Hve to report: That believing il important to the proper maiir.gemeut Yens;-Mr. President, Messrs. Austin, Avery, Baldwin, Brown of Election of TJ. S. Senator. (SignedV."D. 2IOSELET.Ik John B. Weller.any lie NoPhern Iia a great man elected,it will he.Cu'.

of the various funds alluded to iu the bill!,that said bill pass, Columbia, Drown -HilWioroogh! Buddinjfton, Crawford, Fialey] An eflbrt was made in the Senate on Thursday X3ACOL22J Juno, 1813.J frienL4 in both 'ares, arij upon num tht nj p.at

they recommend its passage without nmcudinentO. Forward, Johnson, McMillan, Maxwell, Most-ley, Pqrry, Smith, /:/ Dear Governor: exciting question h i;Iiber.d and comeryatjy in ani bit
last to into the election of U. S.Senator
t AYEUY, Chairmm.Wldch Stevrcut:,Taylor-18. go 1 hardly know if you -will thank an old fricml an.. view. A; an cvi.Ln. of the ttength Cieru the Suuth.

V was received/and said bill plactnl among the orders of Nays-None.Bo Vihich was unsuccessful. The resolution npll> ; for intruding crt; your time a liaty wrrawl, in the and Acstcra who men ha they have defeated every rn

the day. paid bill! passed. Title as stated, Ordered that the same be proposed Monday next, the 23d instant, (ni>t "a ha>ty plate c-f sor.p.") But noticing in the k>t.: country avowed Limae.f an

Mr. Forward, from the Cosamltie on Corporations, made tha folItm'ing !- certified to the louse of Representatives. as the day for the election. We understand "ScntineF with of"desire"the 12th a.51 Lit<>j the u---ed manner, &jmetliinj disposing connected of-! "During the coming sc-ion of our Legiature thr
bill to be entitled An act enlarging the of the your wa strong that
: Engrossed powers probability a Liw will be
report that Mr. Yulee has bc-en nominated in caucus the constitutional The Cumtuittee on Corporations, having had tmder eon sileraton, County Commissioners, your uflke, and lia;iiig had several cpnver atioas with mj The: a now, convention t> aJW & nev
itbill to be eiithled, An aet giving to the Alabama and Honda Rail Was rend the third time, and on the question of its passage theyac4 for re-election, baling received more than v ou upon tlu subject, pondiag the question during the \Vftlcm, and if sol Southern mai appear to Lang torether -

4 bat! CciBjiauy the i1tt to intend tl.eir Koad into the State of and nays were:. two-thirds of the \otes of tho Democratic List n of the General 3CmUy, I deem it but than two year they, 'ithl Continua be a slave do State* California S/von in l

'I HurijA wiuj chartered pm-ili-gos, instruct me to report the same 1as.-Mr. President, Mefsrs. Austin, Avery, Brown of Ilillsboroujjh members elected to the Legislature.! Whether ly au act anxu justice*, by every to you to proper state that ngms you, to were rid estreine-yonr-elf see, if I ten pot more mistaken than ever I was in'jh1 mr

k hack to the iSeuato without iimcudmetilW. Baddingtua, Crawford, Fink'y, Fonvard, Johnson, Maxwell, Mr. Y. will be elected, however is somewhat from the very tuipea.aiit! auituJein which you found life, that *hue our wwt Mi ii>ta the Union brings w
: A. FORWARD, Chairman.Wla MeMUlan, Perry, Smith, Stewart-1-1. that question luX Mid might place TOO. I remember joy prora son on hand it send us an inter-
e was received, and said bill ordered to be placed among Nays-Messrs. lirov/n of Columbia, Moseley, Tailor-3. uncertain, as parties are nearly ballan- dl-iiucily your expressed wLh to re-scpi, and leave the wit fierceness feud on an.l the other that will be contested vita

I tlie orders of the day. Said bill passed. Tide as stated. ccd, and a few Democrats are opposed to him quc-'tioaH'-i'.h the Pre-idt at cf the Senate, \rho in the a subsequent encry letter by,both he rays part:ies"In

Mr. I dwin,from the Comuutfaon Engrossed fills made tho fol-- Ordered that the same be ccrtilied to the house of Representa on personal and other grounds. Tlie ether cvLtit become of acting your Ljnatiou Guvenior. by But con-titutional a proper tcn-c provi-jun of the Eectioas that have just ttr&taateil m the country,

I 1 Joingrewrt: -* tives. gentlemen spoken of in connection! with the duty you owed to the people, who had entrusted to as fur as I can 1am, give a wy? jnajority in both
.: fJTJie Committee on Engrossed Bills beg leave lo roport'as correctly Engrossed bill to 1 be entitled, Au act amendatory of the several you the administration our State afiah-s, and vow llou.-es; but at the same time there u a decided ma
ofliee of Senator Mr. Ynlce'a jority of nltra Southern
grosse'4: acts now in force, relating to the mode of apjiointment ai d duties approve course procii-c to support, defend and protect the coa'-titution, to elect of their men, and they are determined
on the Southern qusstinn. Mr. Mallory determined to sacrifice <.inal t j public duty.I one own creed?,or at least whoUsounJ
you pers
A bill to be entiUe'l, An net amendatory of the several acts now of Auctioneers, do not reinembtr if upon that sul-ject, to the U. S. Senatei. the place
now distinctly ,
iu force relating to tho mode of anpoiutmeut and duties of Auctioneers Was n'iiJ the third time : on the question of its passage the yens hose name has been brought prominently our crniri'rsiti.ni or myselfUuit this; you mM'stirinnniTlif projoredur of CoL Fremont, \nthoat regard to the uCODECS cf
; ar.t' lays were: forward, says, "I am \\ithhini (Mr. Yulee) properly to be submitted to the "Judiciary." lly rec- ft hij or DcEiocrat.

A bill to l>o entitled, An act enlarging the powers of County Commissioners Yens-Mr. President, Messrs. Austin, Avery, Baldwin, Brown of even unto the end." It is not at all impossible ollectiuii;; u pot so distinct upon the point, for reason U:7-: L.VDYS
Columbia, Brown of iiilisboroagh, liuduiiigton, Crawford, Fiuley, that I hud always believed this (the Supreme Court) BooEforJaflv-
; that Mr. M. will be elected, in case it is the r tribunal to determine the the often has been table?
prop< question- on our forst'veml
entitled An the mode and joanscrof Forward Johnson Maxwell Mc lillan Most-ley Perry Smith days. This
A bill to bo act altering redemption times i I: urged it rarious members of
upon own
of lands purchased by the Slate for Taxes. Stewart, Taylor-laNayp found impossible to elect Mr. Yulee. party, and hi couveradou3 with the Attorney my Geiien.1I number is embellished Aufa engravings of

Which is ranecifuHy submitted.JXO.. -None. say laviiijj tlie>e several impressions cpon my more than usual beautt-. It is stated that the

P. BALDWIN, ChainmAVhlch Said bill passed, tills as stated. Ordered that the same be certified Governor's Term. mind, icjyjaemory doe- not enable me at this time to enterprising publisher of this
was received and said bills ordered to 13 placed among to the House of ltenresoutatives.Bill say if you; fot proposal this method to me but I Magazine is at
dov. Brown, iri'liis message, having referred think lam clear iu ntf recollcetit of yomwiilir ne4* an expense of more than one Iiunilrt-d tnous-
the of the to be ei.titled An act to require purchasers of State Lands to
orders ,
to Iuiv. iw! matter k determined indeed
the matter of the the > ; and! inehort
commencement cf and
Mr. Maxwell, from the Goinmittee oa the Judiciary, made the make payment therefor to the Treasurer of this tjtato ; I may say, you wtreery anxious, anti often so dollars aannnliy ia its publication. Asa

full \iirg report: Was read the second time, and ordered to bo engrossed for a third executive term of ofliee to the Legislature, expressed yourself to nie, t-j have this question 10 xstttc.l parlor ornament it has no sapeiior in any

The Committee on the Judiciary, to whom was referred a bill to reading to-nsorrow. and spoken of his proposition to Gov. Mose- as that no injury might result to the people, the of the other monthlies. L. A. Godey, Publisher
entitled An amend the several nets in force in relation Bill lo be eniilled An act lo give the Alabama and Honda Rail dignity of your titLiL and your in'lividual ref onibuitks -
I be act to now Icy to leave the question to the Supreme ia the fuiihf l discharge of the trust coufidod Chesuut street, Philadelphk-terms-
to ]4t uimg in civil suits have had the same under consideration Road Company the right to extend their Road into the State of Florida Court fur its decision, the publication of the to you. $3-2 copies for$3.'

I and have instructed me to report ; with chartered privileges ; As to the mnnner bv wlucli! it was proposed tobrin
That it sometime works injubike tl.at a partial failure of consideration Was read the second time. follow ing letters will perhaps throw some tw! f-ubjoc: before the Judiciary," I think is of little

cannot be pleaded against promissory uutos. The bi'l' ig Mr. Avery moved to amend! said bill by inserting the name of J. light upon the subject. We call especial attention moment with the in M-jde tlJ of comtcction submitting, as constitutioiial all who we conversant to It roust b roa_* a-Imittcd THE rtoati'Uf that the Circuit A JOCE.VAI.Courts aitI the

t evil and the Committee think it thould be. between the of 1J. D. and O. 31.! in the loiter of questi:
intended to remedy this ; Campbell name Wright Avery, to ex-Senator Kelly cfPcnsacola. the projvr tribunal, will answer this! qu'-stion for them Supreme Court, as contemplateil by the Cons-tihitia

passed. They recommend, however, that tho lust five lines of said the firt section ; (!ov. Jloseley had 110 objection selves and leave th-i interrogator to show that some of oar rftate, are separate, tlifivrent and distinct tnbunald -

I bill be etrirkea: out What 5* by them iatondiHl to be accomph'shedrould Which amendment was adopted, and said bill ordered lo le engrossed to the reference of the improper metliod was proposed, upon whicli the Court -independeiit and exclusive co-ordinate branches -
\ be die law as resulting(ron previous euactuieuts on die sub- for a third reading to-morrow. % disputed question to could not uct. of tie taine department-the one of original,tLe

r ;rb1. nt Bill to be entitled, An act to grant the riglii of Pre-emption lo any proper; ibunal for decision. True, being At oil events, if the Judiciary (Supreme Court) other of. appellate jurisdiction, and though
J-- could alone decide tl.e question, and tlvre was nootlier "One the "
I ( A. E. MAXWELL, Chairman. persons who have settled on Sixteenth Sections in certain cases; conscious of no indebtedness to the State of meanw of aceoransodathig il, then it became, and I dLTerent as sea,
entirely !
\VLICIL was received, and said bill ordered to be placed among Was read the second time, and ordered to be engrossed for a iiiird ritiriJJn, or to ( ov. Urown, hy declined furnishing hold! it w. tu.illy tie! duty of Whig and Dcnuxratto yet character and orgaKizati3n.ant ui-similar This U-in ii their admitted sfntrf rp, B
the orders of the reading I o unite upon the best and most speedy method of detertiiiiini rt |]f
day. -morrow. any, even tho slightest aid in the follows, that the "t-Eceor station of Judge of the
Mr. Perry, from the Committee en Taxation and Revenue, made House bill! to bs entitled, An act for the relief of William Tliiij- it If faction. are to determine', and not tlw Supreme Court is tl&rcnt t-cm that cf the Circuit
work of such indebtedness and virtue of the hat U
establishing agaiiist good sense people, w consistent Court
though not quite so much from office
the so
follawing report : pen ;
with the true intent am 1 memji of o".r in4ituion Tha ComtuStlee oa Taxation nnd Revenue to whom was referred Wns road time second time, and on motion, laid on tha table. him. There was, however, nothing to then are wc truly ailiicted with the worst of dcspo- or to station cx'ound of and Governor-the province of the one beir f

an act to emend an act relating to the duties of Tax Assessor aud Bill to be entitled, An act for the relief of James W. Piles! ; prevent the progress of a suit, Lad Jov.. IL tLms. the law. A admini.-Jter tiling, though that t f teitlier the other vtit to execute -

Tax Collector and fur other purpuees,have had the same under consideralion Was read, end on motion laid on the table. chosen to have it prosecuted. Cov. Moscleyv.illicg A* a tree Vvlii?, I hope to bo Retained, and ray black, may yet be jrey.Tiii otr

and have ins lrueiv'd me to report t-aid bill back to the Bill to be entitled, An act in elation! to naturalized cJfi/.ens vo or unwilling, the cause might luve party! ti sasuin itself upon Loaest and virtuous principle \ I ciirJt1**, i is prcseatinij the srjuticn vitlicct

tSojateilhcut amendment and recommend the papsfige thereof. ting in this State ; stating the problom; for whick.*e Article TI,Section>
I will trouble
Cut, Governor not further. I
been tried and bo before the you S of the Constitution "
I M. a PERRY: Was made the order of the for next. already, now nn Kigibility: to Office.
special day Monday hope you Jreceive n.y poor fcentucents as they are If, then this be a jnst dL criirtiuation the condnsin
CJutmaan Comtnftlfc on Taratiox? end Itetcnvc.7tiich On motion the Senate adjourned until to-morrow, IU o'clock, Supreme Court for its adjudication at its ensuing inlemkd. I is inevitable, that the Judges cf the Circuit, Courts are

"\ was received, and said bill ordered ta be placed among A. 31. session. Tlio decision! of the Court, Whatever may have been the views of your party not at prtsent t-liirille to the office or station cf Jui J
the this
mule of of which
upon settling question I
of the
the orders of llic day. given at the ensuing term, would be early enough know ntthtlig, I have felt it my duty to state to you, Tbw Supreme UnT nn-n-Court.rmr.. .i -- ? 'ta -'._ .
Tlio following message was received from the I House of Reprefcditaiivcs for the direction of his Excellency. ti brief way" .tv tiitiintnt'. --; and--"that"v "clause" .- bein i-iuu vi jaxicif constitutional, oui vl tmcrfrctadon -

: The Washington correspondent of the Charleston Courier under Yours truly! and RepectfullWr \*, a provH
mut bo
Indeed there h ample time yet remaining for >. W. J. KfLLY.Coy. strictly construed. There ia no other
Hocsn or RnrnnxiixTATivEs, December 20ih 1850. date of 7th fast says: "The annual Treasury report is not yet com Wit D. 3ICSrLET, standard from w Lsch to argue or to w hkh to refer
the commencement and termination of such
Itmoralile President /f Ike ticnate : subject standing by itself alone, ia courtly tiric,
will TaLdut.ee I1i'ri.1n.Georgia .
pleted. The annual statement of Commerce and ,
Sir: The follow ing bills have passed the House: Navigation, a suit, should it be deemed adusable to institute per se.The.

A bill entitled, An aet to Incorporate a Company to bo called the bo out by the 1st of January, under the new act. It will exhibit a it Convention. question should mmmcnJ iL*lf to the dcpassionate -

Wacissa and Ocilla Xaiigation Company ; most flattering picture of commercial prospects of the country.Tho .- The Georgia Convention,alter a session ofa cr-ns-iJcration of error, in the of the election-n.-lature.,, of! ineligible The Uagt consequence *"

A bill to be entitled, Au net to amend an act amendatory to the exports of domestic produce and manufactures, amounted tolJGeco,000 T.u.tAius, June 10, 1810. few days, adopted a report and resolutions, trates beinj irreparable, the decisions of the CV"3t cf
,. Pilot Laws now iu force ia Ibis State; To !lit Excellency. D. ilostttv, List resort would be voLl
Senate bill to be entitled. An act to alter and amend the act cr.ti- $ : for the year ending SOlh Juno laL Of this amount doyfrnor of Floruit, tfe.: arid then adjourned. Tho following seem to I shall advert ti> the subject aqain. The positk I

lied the Atlantic and Gulf Rail Road Company. Cotton furnished more than one half-over 871,000,000. Sia:-A< pome diver-ity of opinion have been cntcrtainetl be the most important resolutions: assume is susceptible! of demonstration. At prefect,it
an act to Incorporate
in to the time \\Lc-u term of office Is sufficient fir ofniemWrs
Tho of tho United Great regard your "Fourthly, That the State of Georgia in the ray purjw tonnage States nowneaily equals that of judgment -
would terminate, unil there va of both
as no way by Uou.-C', on this particular to VvhkL
Scn.ilo bill to be entitled, An act for hc relief of Mary A. llardee Britain, being 3,580,0( toas. which tlsi-s question could lie brought bi.-fi'ro the Su- (a a of last this rrsuri Convention,) to a ,disruption will and ou of ht"every to re-ist tie ,which even \ La become a point of discussion within ft itf|
of the State, that and or two.I .
Judiciary co n speedy
and David Platt; The of Master jirerne binds her to the Uaiou, action of
General that
report Quarter -Gen. Jrrr shews any Cngre-s.
vulid dee:. insinuate ,
Alexander R, Godwin presume 3Iers. Editors
Scnalo bill to be entitled, An net to empower the subject (sLiVery! in the District t>f Columbia in
we bought troubL'come bargain by engaging, in our treaty ".uth I ailiu'ced a note to the Attorney General a-s or our "Most potent, grave and reverend seigniors,*'
of his cstnte placns sulyect ti the of very
a minor, to assume the management own ; Mexico, to restrain the Indians in our acquired territory, from hostile the liigliest law tifiiAr of the Utate, and asked lil- wiu the> jurisdiction Congres-s inconipatible are not gentlemen of enlarged intelligence,grave face*
Also, the Senate bill to be entitled, An act to locate and make incursions upon Mexico. They would let us alone, if we would opinion! on thl-j ojostion of Constitutional law, which and the honor of safety the ,domestic tranquility State ,the rights! diijoiSed deportment and re&ctirejast and cbamCtI .

permanent the Cuunty-siio of Walton County, with the following sufier them lo plunder the Mexican Thcy are now ravaging the ha has given at lenyth, anti which, linvincj been published suppressing the slave tJavt-hoIding trade between the! blavtholdin, or any act take pleasure in according these attributes, and in
amendment ai the newspaper, I r resume yon have seen.I adding, moreover, that even those uho talk leait, jet
: frontiers Texas and New Mexico is 'ilmostat their State or any refusal to adroit as a State territo-
mercy. They iww respectfully a>k to inform me when any like tlie bird! rf liinerva broad day
you in
you ,
insert the keep even
Sectionnnd !
-llh following: hereafter up
the in the bccaii.i of
Strike out pro\iso arc wailikc, aud are we!! armed and! well mounted. As the bufl'do consider your tcna of office v.ill expire, and at wlmt ry applying. existence ofblav.ry. light, a d-1 of a tldakia', in the vast and gloomy recesses -
ProtiJeJ.JioifCfer! Tliat the Circuit Court for tlio County of Wai-! have become scarce, tht-y must live by war and plunder, or must time you proi>ose to turn over to me the Seal of State, tionofsLivesMexico therein into; or the any tcrriturie act pr'kLir.ai of Utah the intro-icc- of their solitary and peculiar iniixKCAMILLUi
fehall held the Court louse in Uchcana until the County that I art and be in readiness anti Ne
ton Ixi at starve and tlie former. would with uuy accordingly, to enter
they prefer They make treaties or any act repealing wfo Is willed and the Court House erected asaforecaid. upon the tli har'jc of my duties, n your eucceor -
and th&ir faith the laws iu force for the
us, keep as long as we supplied them iro11om1s.hut .- now recovery of fugitive
In which amendment the concurrence of the Scwita is respectfully 1 when want will ? duly fleeted and qualified, aa required by the WHAT \nti. COXGKKSS DO. This queStion '
presses, they mount and fight. They are a Coiiotitutiuu
boUc1ed. "fifthly, That it is the deliberate opinion of this is in the mouth of and that it
Lard case. Gen. user's lead to the conclusion, that we must meet I ant, Sir, very respectfully, every one ;
ricpc?clfaIv] them the latter Yvur moat obedient scrvnnt.THO. Convention, that upon the faithful execution of the should bo asked, is evidence of the anxious
upon alternative. If so, we a war, more Slave Line\
may expect Fu-jllire the
ARCHER >y roper authontw-*, depends which thiS
II. LROV X. feeling fills the public mind, at
protractive, and vastly more expensive than even the Florida war. the preservation of our much loved Union."
Speaker House Rej rcsetitoiircs.ras time, about the result of any movement in

4 W'hii \ read, and! sail House bills ordered to be placed among The Northern Members of Congress teem determined to suppress EEttTIvZ OFFICE, ) South Carolina. Congress to disturb the peace measures of
all anti-slavery proportions at this session. Tallaliassce, June 19, 1810.) j
tho orders of the day.Tho UenoraUc THOMAS Euowx, Tho Legislature of this State, which is now the last session. Wo are glad (says the BaL-

HOUNJ amendment to Senate bill to l lie entitled, An act to S1WflD has called on the President, and! his Albany Organ proclaimed (iintrnor eltct, tfv.: in session elected the 13th Gen. J. II. timoro Patriot) to bo able to give almost a

locate and md .e peimancnt the County-site of Walton! County( was ananuistico for the present.CAUSES Dean Sin:-I have ju-t received your communJcation on positive assurance that Congress will donota--

concurred in, and taid? Senate bills ordered to be enrolled.Mr. of this date in which you dei-ire to Iw bfonnwlMfw. Means Governor, and Gen. Ward Lieutenant ing with these measures, but will insist upon
bill bs entitled An act to \ I consider my tenn of otliee will expire, awl at Governor. A bill is before them their ad
to remaining
Ileldwin moved thai House proxido appropriating as they are. Oar private
or FAILURE ix Umxcss.-An excellent writer in Hunt'sMagazine v-lut time I propose to tium over to you the Seal of
for tim final removal of the Indians, now remsbiag in Florida: : enumerates the following ean.es of failure business State, that you may enter upon your duties as my 3OOCOO for military purposes.It vices from Washington Icavo us nothing to

)beyond the limits of (ihe State, bo withdrawn from the printer and men ; 1. The leading one h an ambition to be rich among-by fcucce.-5sor. is proposed to appropriate 810,000 for fear on this subject ; and, even those wn?
grasp In I have to that I in the would that
of the reply pay briefly, concur have disturbed them satisfied
1 laced amoug th e orders day; ing too much, it defeats itself. 2. Another cause, is avertion to labor. (ipinion, u' this subject, which prevailetl in the General the purchase of the manuscripts of Mr. Cal- no effort will bo successful to, are that end. There
rt Which motion was carried. 3. Tho third cause i is an impatient dcsiioto enjoy the luxmies Assembly at the time rf my qualification; and dotlicreforu
House bill to bo entitled, An act for the relief of Gadsdcn County, of life before the light to them has been acquired in An- coru-ider Hut my term of *rf3co will expire houn.From may not even be an attempt made to disturb
any way.
I Was read the third time as amended; oa the quefction of its pas other cause ai ifcs from the want of some deeper principle for the on the firfct Monday ia Octolxir next; and at tint time the debates in the Legislature we infer them, so decisive is the opinion in Congres

i the and nays were: I: dull tate great |>!ea. sage, yeas distinguishing between and than reference! to
right merely
wrong suoeefsor, the Seal of the Stat and all
+ Vcafr -MotifiTR. Au tin, Avery, Italduin, Huddlcgion, Crawford, what is established as honorable in the society in which one happens Ac, relating to tliw oface; and at the% sarn* that papers, and!, those who aro for instant secession and separate But? there aro men in Congress,who think they

Finley, Johnson, Maxwell! McMillan! Moscley, Smith, Stewait, to lIve.JLvInn at all other times 'will give you full information of all State action, and those who are for secession, live, and perhaps do live, politically, bj S1"*
matters connected \\ith the Executive of tation ; and with such an opportunity for
a ur to. Department bvut
4 not
now not until the other
of Columbia Fonvard-IJ. the Government whiJi not l citement as is hero offered it to to
at-Mr. PreejJent, Messrs. Brown nuiy >e fully explained by may
bill amended. THE PCOFITS.-Mr. Young, whoso good fortune in being the public record Until that jKrioil,I deem it to lxmy States have had an opportunity of acting upon much to hope that they will willingly forbear.

Ordered Said! that imsud the as same ba be ceiiified to tho house of Represenf named the heir of .1 very wealthy gentleman in England, (several tlus ilnty office.to continue in the discharge of the duties of Convention.the proposition for a general Southern to ,uso it. There is no reason to fear toa* "

tires. years ago assisted by liim in New Haven,) was.recently announced, To ir.c, MieiJually, it would be K great relief to such an attempt be made, it will be ssctf*3fut. -

House bill lo ba entitled, An act to provide for the relief of Gco has found, it seems, a rival in the person of a Dr. Ulhorn, who wn retire from oflice at the earliest period; but I cannot The Question Settled. On tho'contrary" it is certain oft defeat:

( 4 a partner with Mr. Young in the book trade at New Haven, at the facritieo 'S bat I deem to be a public duty to my pergonal The President sent in and the defeat \\ill be decisive, that it U hOed F'
W Andrews: a special message
c ; lime tho ices rendered Col. Daniels the interest
sen were testator. Both oer"
I the those who think of
Was read the Uurd lime; on the* question of its passage, yeas; Mr. Young and Dr. Ulhoru claim to have been kind totha pick stranger It i* much to l lw o regretted that any difference of oa the ICth, announcing the acceptance, on if will be deterred may from attempting being 'ft ty to*

: 't I and Yeas nays were Mr. Pu-sident; Messrs. Avery, Drown of Columbia, llruwa and! both claim" Cia two millions bepueathed to the NCM Ha* OiiflIofl; but should I indulge exist, as the touheti hope my that term no BCTUMIS of ofUcc inconveniencc expirca -- the part of Texas, of the boundary Bill-and far of shame to which it will wpcs 1'-*

1 f 1 of Hilisborough- Johu&on, 1'wo -I1J ten BooKsollcr, Let them divide the profits. vlll result from udi iliiefeitr of opinIon, or -$10,000,000 of course. Petersburg Intelligencer.F1I1)Ar .


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irgI1i rd 1xisLFF.L AUCTION. 111 Chancery--TSadiscn County. Fresh arrival of New Goods.sovoiiiEi Fall and Winter Goods. SAIES BY KASIEl, &c. ,
Exaoaner ofTuiiiiiy cU-, WEDKESPAY,January 1,1 i31, w ill be soU WILL ion DIVORCE. : 26> lso. THE ub.criberhtaju't omtKsd nire'w o'ock -

The R" cf dio I03-* James JJto ON nw Aactlon Room, '***? *"*-,- SilisCaion,next/iititd of Su an ilarpbj, TNTOICE rf PKV!, JppetJ per schr. Wnu IL IfcwL STAPLE and FANCY GOODS, Stable to Master's Sale of Real Estate an
e5 the rejection I r*. aLI per order and for acconat of J.iL WILLLULS the wonf*of ths sean, TIZ: .

: lie tailed fc'tataa Senate in the 1 Piano.EERRY. Arnold Murphy." 48 bbls. auj fine Pe 3hi1L flotz, La/Era"dre piiU of almost cTeryj tylo and quality DY-sirtuef anJntcrlocat ryd creccf theJutigra

sn remaihs quoted below.ljmiPer .- & ROWLE3, Auctioneers. TTPOXtke aEdavit: ol the Solicitor in the above 42 Lztnartine Camelcon and IMack Watered Silk llant Lw, lufibe Circuit the iliAfle Circuit of *1o. J.
:iij stinins 50) H U suit, that Ainold Murphy, nspotident in said 12 g Wnraw Black Gro de llhbo and Com<-loi'n Silks, Cyort
December 21. 1S50. riJa iittin in ; rviHlvred ui acue tberekr : :
; presents the contrast of 3Irn quit, ha removed and still is beyond the linirscf 10 Ocean -" Blue, Fink Chcrrr,and (iuaeleou lloreace, 5 Ckwt-ery, AnJreTf'admitiUtrator '
Inn itt ller iiles 11 W. -
de1imithiig) <
the Slatecf n iiiia1if : 10 Albion. Boniift*, trimmrdand taitriauaixU
Mr. Tooto.-tlic 020 honored am Estate at Auction. the of Jaracs u CwnwAikiawt.WH .
i Real cf ttle D.irry,
< OtttrrcJ That Bonnet
// Itibbon
skid and
j3ofl Arnold Murplj do appear 10 MaRiiai BUt d n. Nck Cap ditto, e-
Alexander TL Iind and Atn F-Uza to
the other UikeJ and discredit! the Irf day of JAKUARY. 1S51, v-m be wld and ans\v -r or demur to said Bill wilhiathiee 2 cask bacon sli'iulJcri? Laces,iVibbin E&us,black Silk Lacvvvridu aul narrow, ej / ,
itJLJ; awl the intu.t burs of Jnw tlecca-wl. to wit,
P, Union rlso have ON before our Au"iou Iloom, months from this date, or said Dill will betaken /TO 1fll'ls3Il'.jrk, 1 Lace Cape and Collar*. Ikiini Veil*, B.irry Barfv, "
to Defendant
ems JarricA IV. ul R *,
1l Wssbit'o1011' The Houfee and five ntn>s of Land, well r before Court Uuue ia
; Attb* two mutt be iianiod iu conaec- the residence th ..c\t term ot said Court : 150 Sada St Louis Oats Red, White, and Yellow Flanatla, T w21 M.-U at pi&llc outcry,
.4. known ns Dcmilly" onQuincv TalhliaMGc Jl M fwl! r l>n/mJThat r-uHieatton hereof be 10 Kc >* Lard BlanieU and QjiltsNegro
d it praises the lileralily of Virginia Hood. 'FennCash.DEflRY within L-ssl Itour the f JIoway property to wit: i
s made in some newspaper published in Florida, for 2 Bom Is ..hALSO Kerseya, Cdtton O'btnc CotV Yams,
Mason, vliile it complains of &: P.OWLES, Ancllunccrs.Pcccmlicr tlis space and Tune ol three months.THGM mOM NEW YORK.A Erc.in raid BUucljed Sheeting, 2 jard-i wide. Iti So. 17 and IS in TaUahoe.Nvr.hAddition, .
wii! the ira 'rovenwinta, 'or U ISS-l 49 tJ ;
\S EALTZELL Ju3e.A Sja Island from den.Jimes' & Mill.
few SLirlinjs
ease -f Green aU ULxk Tea atn jALSO.
of Mis in
jn.oIeraWt usjjtj condemning Mipmor remd epxrtwr1'ei',lately occupied by ntkl Jarnes Bar-
; true"p -Attest, ::4) qr.ics Ifcasb% .
To us it is apparent that tim two AT AUCiIO. C. L CARRXJTH, Cierk.Decotr.btrSJ :;ohdf' A compet! artment of lLi'iIw.ire and Cuery! emlrotin rv.lisade.

fote.)iave acted quite ia unison. To reel ON for ca-Ji bel tr an estate J 's TooL. f'
3Is ijnng 2 bbk AIiMind*. 3 bU! ir'.e.i Apples, *

clififlaithfulacss, coarage, patriotism 3edical! Works and lustiunieni Grants Collegiate Seminary 15 bbK Iri4i Potat\ Crates Ouloa., ALSO, st-4.uri-npro're'L dare to idt i ': ;
the funbwiny *, :
BERRY & ROWLES An bvoccof St. Ube* Salt, wt-i iint 90 vmn-1* to tie basliel -
'uaniccr.Thenber a
\his vas the part of Virginia; but the tiis- FOR YOUNG LADIES, aasoru-d crockery, Juha nget about 16 >exr an 4' 4' \ nporicr arkcli* JVir faTii Pork.SweJcs .
14, &a 49 tIIcw Hanlwu-e ery
honor these high qualities im1i(1J > LA CHANGS GEORGIA. I' ffill.rjfv-l about 12 yean,ml CLarl itte,a$* J 1
iti0ut" 4 ll.Aiuwre, Iron from 1} inch to 0 iic1es wide1, H
T RM3 Oak 1'nrthiwcrs to for
liv ncccstjty the
'( BOARD OF IXSTRUtTTORS.MILTON" November SO, 1S50. 47 Hea>y llow-wnre, -- Dec T 1830. 4S td. i .-
ncr'iaark cpoa fchuKlinj, trirnning t bullytlA J. O. DAVI3r Wax, Sp:nn. and Aitnmcnine? Can.lk*, ,
T rgaiunggiving joy and triumjihtoan1 11wI. ) rECTFl'LT-Y invites the atfe-.tion cf the in.1.t HENRY IL BACOX,, A. M,, Principal Associate rriicti Proprietor.nnd Flour, Bacon, Lard, &c.UST Mas Winter btrnined Oil, Tntni and Ijnc ditto, Master's Sale.T : :
I. *. 8 by 10, 10 by li and U Ir 16
iS, rief and fchasje to the friends habitants of the city of Talhhawe and sur- Instructor a JlathiHzutie-, Xatural Ilulosopbj and J received paScbr.. \fm. IL hazard frt New 71utc Lead. Putty, dc. "TXDER a decretal order of LOUD Circuit r'I S*

ee: \ rflfldng: country? lo band-otne and \\wlected\ Oilcan, J made in tba cause t-f EdwarJ '
iujathie as wanuljtfth Onnny uirl !T ntt>.ky llagjing, Top and Tt-'ite. Enmty,
stock of Fan aI Winter Goadt.jurt received from Rev. irCXKY It TTCKCR. A.M.,L' tnrer m Moral 20 burrt-ls repcrfinc Ilotu-; "Wprsaw ilS0 !-', Sea Island ic Riehxcf EraH.! nml Thomas BnH5ft>rtl, r
\eniictof Mibishippi as with that filnnitt. lining, ic. L'nt it w 1:mlly nec<-
tbc New York. Philidelj.hia, and Nv Orleans iwl'-' I'il$4'pIly>! Evidence"* of CUri-tL-.iiity, and Rhft riaCOLE3IAN 4' OcwuiIU of Oral liir of LaFay .tte, heirs of John
!.iry to speak pruod. un-t-cn: they mu.-t kit; tibo ;
\ A Siattf i is as much iwund t o pun- dint; ; Dry duotKut >'isdescription ; amcug which : B. FER11ELL Instructor in Greek, aJ extra: '- P rJa appreciated. Pljase give nia a call. .een hrr J v.-il! offer at public ale, bp&are '

tj nil ebcrs a c to reward tboee Hut do xrclL will he found Ladies Dress Goods in great rarivly rfstjlf Aaslunt Instructor in Mitli m.ities
:cA3.-kEon lcffuqI. and piice, and a Idr easwrtmeut uf i Goo.! for K SAUA11 O. STEVENS, Intructrcs in tzc Eagllali C MagnioKa Nocom1.or1CIFa 45 fit usry net, a tract of Land, cr nta'UHfK? 560 .

C< n1leroen wear ; Hosiery Gnorgt fc. ; Bunt,, Latin, and 1'ivncli T.pjv*>mp 1 a Soar; Cured Sav-ked Botf or 1'ss bcinqr all ot Section 17, (except the ;

Unanimity cf Seatincnti Short, Ifatr, and Caj; Groctsie and TAqunrn, CATHARINE CLAKE, Instructress in the Enph 2 dt zen Suu>ked Ectf Tongue,*, CITY HOTZL of South Ea.-
areel c vr seen flfl ( nnimi.IF.eutimnt Rcad..aadc CIoL1n ii ;rtat rariity of sljles, liraaclies.D. 1 cask Cnn liaa PJce, (new,) TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. t Ea, t. Terras-CASH. I'mrta-wr* to II.VF f'> [

hivt' r1iit es. an4I prices; sro Kerseys, Lmseys, X\ t- ,TME, Professor cf Vocal and lastruaentalDr. 2 legs Butter, tItles-. liL.NJ. F. WItLThEl:, ,. S. rd
ills well kno'rntLi.hinient Ims
i dclibeatie d' than pa'.ed '
) Bed MacLinaw arid Blankets.
French cgto :i cask S1ouJer '
nrt'vafl tin? SflUIiI Cftrol2na Ltgla. Alt of which viIi be s id at MiJh prices, fir cali, S. II. EARTLFTT, Tnrirnr'or in 31u4c.- 2 harri1s Leaf Lar.1% !, ; .-.t: into the ban 1 '
HP:*, They know littl ofocr legislators or ai caanit fail to please the nosl taslidious. Purrhji- MiMAIiY li. HELL and JiiM' EV ALINA MACON, Oiceee, Tobacc, AppLs, Sweet Qrne?, io. firtile by whom it wi'l be kept a* a Boardiiur Commissioners' Salo.3IARY .
Ilotfp I I Ioi > of Entertainment in connection
an *
Jjn irifrd call aid examine his ttock
to prcvj.outo
siiace A Xt in Iho Mu-uvd by ALFRED E. HOC.NmunberSO .
idea the least dirbitt t Dfjurharnt.lira. *
iplvttoWertaia, Any of luttkiti their fiel> tinns clIeV here. Hisstotcs MARY &JOURDAN. Instructress in Drrc Ing; lS5f\ 47 tf with the PLuiVr* IIott-L[ Hw tx>r >nal f>cpcrintenrlwe !- 11 TORT, i iP. if

,.> of opinion cxibiinj among ca with reaA net dnor in the Sentinel Pntling Oflce.Deccm' Piuting, Fvfxy Kecdic Work, &c. ytil Lo jnven to U.tb e=tabli hmcn:9-at ci'her : '* -
of which trarelU'iN and N rder will thud bill of Lire ZACITARIAH a FORT. '
i ,: wtier! lo lli extent of affjrmssjons or to er2ll iVJ. fl'j New Boot and Shoe Shop, a
I of the best that the market an-1 neJ iborhtxvl will afford Trtr.e of a decretal rrder, H Eqintj->aJ at
The debati ( f bare DY
rflKd Fresh Arrival and will rw ire every att nfi<>n that their conftrt la t Temi qf Leon Circrt Court we will ffTcrat ,
tflen a brief; abstract) indicate, with slight! mo t JTidi 'ous enotmi w eicmod by the *rf*, T IH' undcrsi;tud would respectfully inc anti cotivt-nien sbill require. The proprietor public sale,before the Court Ii0u.e iu Taliahaaee, ott S

,iinS'ipn; : that the jwople of this State look tow Of Groceries aad Wcstcra Produce. '' ocr tli" yonti Liulit- hi reference to te 1 ljrm 'his ''ricilt-3 alu'' the' J'wbl'C gene- appeaLs tfi the lib pih'ty tf the pubic!' for uch a share the Jtrst Jfvtujlay: .* January iext, the fyllowuijj '

ultimate separation of the *sections! of New* Orleans) Br nvn Sugar) Stisar Currd I1m their cxp wlitar' L K"t> parent baa ever had ream :e..id'Iv li at he has coumo.iceJ a ticot :illd of patronage ai will tnable; him to carry out ha purpose Land*, viz : ?

the only eflieieat New Yoik Double Refined LPB( Li d in Kes tu nnnplaai of the extravagance of ba daugfaicr, SJicui0p, where he wiLL: m.i'.e FOOTS( and of Mrtung such tables tu *hnll 'um-r by comparison :East: half of XortL E.ist quarter of Section Cl '

ttII., fonfal'Taey! as remedy r'ihtd'Suar, Salaratmt, Mus1ird.Q uhllc ia connexion with the iii-titutiim. On the cuntimrr SllOJ'of supciior ijuality \\orkmanship.. wiOi n'ne othfT and keep rccb c-tabll-Liaoatd aa Wert halt tf North Wait quarter, ant West half < fScath .

i r the ills they now endure ; and the only CflGt-e, Rice, Black Pepper. tlif-e WhO hive iv iiMttti1 1 their daughters to 3- fleatringdone in the neatest manner, and at shall be rrortby of the CaprUQ of the State. Went quarter of Section i2; all iu Tuait.Hp 1

fr'isiie: of difference of opinion we note is, as Uiied Peachps and Apple Floor, Kt. Louis.Ju the guurdianLp of lLo itiiidial, Lave invariably felt the shortc-at notice. T. il. \\ AAS. S. JL LANIEE.4C : Xnrtb Range 1 West, cootunuur S t'> arwa, nu
,,, tie, most effectual means of accomplishing t received and for sale low for cash fay mid cxpuvxKl tier prati cat in at the judicious twii- November So, tetf). 47 5* Xnvenbr 2.t, 1SO tfPLANTERS' less, commonly known ma the Fort Tnvrt.*'

J, C. DAVIS. eiTect
end.! It i U, right that deliberation aud dit- Kotice. ? w partition anxMKf t .
ti. flcemb'r21,1.W. J50 virtne worthy <>f ci'ltiratkaj.Erwtaw hOTEL
The terms wilt te me-tlirj of the
pnrciav* ;
not be a difficult matter to deciderbiefc Fine Liquors. >rr of Orrls ,-. 47. Number of Tnpils lo- llemy S. Clark/late of Hii-boron County, BY S. II. LAHTSa.FX in two etinal nn oal iitrtalja nta, bwiniiij i ibicrest G j..re"nt

j mlopu \Ve c'ugratuate! tte? j pople of 1rsr rppi'pd aod in stoic 0 r sale latr far Cash, rir tink t SA'ih'tic Ywir. ICO. deceased a< tell as ail creditors. u\ptci'-i, and perso (from the Planter's llofcl,! take i'xirchasers' to par f'r Cutu nticnurstltl
,J barrel old Pcdcti old of Fntre txjicn 'f Board, Wading. JJshta, and Ta- *, entitled distribution, are henby notified to r retiring
.- ...atH Carolina on the fidelity and devotion 1 ikidy.: $jc rs titraUai'v great pleasure in recommending to the BENJ. F. WniTNER.AtTO. .
ttwn, from #J0? to >I7'Mnair *r>J estea. Ancient proscut thir! claii::>, prop i\ attested, witLin two E. MAXWELL
th.-ir Icpvlatnr! ; and wo are gratified that } Mr S M. LAMTR, t genIi -nian baring .
i barrel urx iiorCoEmac, or M">krn Limjyusi::*", or boiL, $ 5. vtsrs, ti.eirclains will be er barred; and1! O3CAR A. 3IYKR3.
the benefit of and in
experience pwpClariv. conducting ,
ij. nnti-n\criigooufideace: wecarfy expressed i old Jamaica Hun, 1 1, 1 J. 41 p5mus indebted ID: the said Cit-te will iiuie iu.nio- a public home, ar.d who I aja well assured, Ctnt1ehoner3: ,

i j the wisdoto and firinitpss of the raou who i Holland! Gin, diate pa\raer.t. wilt not tail to give the lacst eEtre satisfaction tumv orcznbcr 23, IS50. 4L Ct Seuth.L

,:I19S( lflth lranehe* of thi Li'iatre his 1 4 Ctfek tld Port Wine, Ready-Made Clothing.TTEIR ELLEN M. CLARTC, Esecutris. old njfror.i.ar.J others who may call upon him.A.A.HSllER. .
14 Ma-teir d- h1il1horu1. County, Nov. 30, 1-30.< 47 St Leoa Circuit Cciirt In F
i.viisa fully fcUoxvnta be wellpkcoi.-Car- > 11U3T Isnve jtirtrpcclvol fr*>m Net,' Yirk, Equity.D.

1 i bcrrel Pale Sherrv do. a c'm-Ice aad v v II JK:V-ct.-'J rapjilj of of ncvn S3uthru Mutual Life Inssrancs Noretn'ior a. tco.; 4t Wiiz. ilascljy, Aia'r. cf Sonil I'rkhii1 deceLed., -
111(31.Coru'E Ccrrpacyof
flt'c4lLtwr 21, IS'iO. 'm J. C. DAYIS.
thing. eini-ting fijri rod Si'k S :U'i, awl JT?. -S .
or VzncLzL-The editors of that Vesth.g4; Clolh Dot'skhss, a'jJ Cas'niure Jiint ; Bea- A CARD.11R. Union Bonk of Flcrida sn-J otters. S

the To Planters.Irihest veT, Ch.th! ,oitI Blikct Or.-x-j AU-i. Ttree! Sack HAVING been nppomied Ant for tliaabove Com \ JOHV R. 1OV1) w.inld resppctrullj 1)URSUANT toailecratal! orJ,rof Court m thaabo S'L
: Kerling: paper, LyutJihurg Republican, t.) dl-cui tlif .1 i call the attention of ami the citizens ;
ary stranger;!
na by& < prepared
the futuiv rT'm |wlcw$ paid far COTTON aa l TO- ; \ ; \-e caire, 1 will offer at public sale, before th .
refcrrinj to coarse of and ad\a.ir ( f tlie} mptt.&l inirraiiccpnoclplc of Talbha 'i-eand Us to the Ijte iccesti4irnprovert'at4 *
Virgiuia : j
fvli at u b wli v PI'c ? rif.uticzi to nil who vicinity
.L Biocu, nt all tJawas, by J. C. J&VLS.TitThthae. prices Court-11oue in TiUlaL'weee l.efirt .3f-/xJiti u*
uuttiiki's tin nail on the head: &ror Hi wlt: "JL wul!: r" !..i-ctf.iy! .iirt]! the considerationof in hi< Lcrrcn ShyLght -
Dec. 21,1 b60. 6 the citizen! uf TaEaha ee mvl vu-iuuy. Any cui.ri Gallt'ry And it ali! >rds bun eceedin,
\\vI e are opjiiinfd; hoivever( tr anr mnrx?w f Dtsccuiixir 1-t, TJJU. 49 the said S. ml Parkluil, d ceise l. viz:
rnutii.; dative to it,can bu obtained br callbiir on the pleasure in anr.concinv that he ha* associated him.
'u>ns upon tiiis subject, uidoss bo.jd aud M Madison Male Academy.Icitn 'Groceries.STW sub nber. a & tIN iflIT.Novenbcr self in Copartnership with Mr J. VV. PcrLius, late j jr.t Tlw nortli-tre't qturttr, the afuth-vrust quarter the* F Fea.t
cuTvl be tlut will IKS New York. The Ladies half of *omh-<:ast qnsrter, and the T.cst Ldf oftLe
given they executed ) klE fltizt Tern of thisliistitiitinn! will commence 30, JS30. 47 tf and Gcu'leaifO are isui-| .
yuoz OBLEiX3 BIT W. K.RO rrzt ted call and examina the he nt i tL-eart ouart t f rfccdtjn thee ((1Alt Lot* .
vlit'U aJ'ptd.. The LegiJalare has sworn oj ihe) second M ;ud ty ia January r.<*it, tindtfr lo nnmcrom specimei.s (
6 urut .S in tftcuon LJUT, ((4) raid InKa 2, S, 5, 6 &n in i'bnders and diould ftc JirccjH.n ut Jlr. Vi.l kieu.a; graduate of Mob bbli Extra Hour, ISfceriT. .f Lar.I, Groceries, Fruits, inugli
( now act or in Section nine aD. ia ntrtli
) Twtvn.ihip ,
((0) ((2
artist. In addition t Skv-Li- \\hu-h i is I
44 bh K to car now
Carolina Collegefind termiaate un the first Monday 4 4 Ba. rivjca\ ? S
T receired Si \f. R. TETTI3 from Nev
i tivur a\rwards! hold its Tlie mis- ] per r. Itunre one I.> \iest one tlioussad acre*
( contaaiaKj ,
peaces. m ,uccessrul operatione have intrcduced numerous I
in June. Tlie rate of Tuition will be as follows: 6 V,9d.kev, 3 ShonMc-rs, .1 Orleans
- I Abuonrf <[ 3 tiorces S. C. LLau Kvrra Hcnur i Ka 1 Soap, other inproTemeiit: among whirh i U anew patent more or Iosi Iv uuj on Lake Jak.on. S L
Xortli-vtst nnarttrf Secutii T. 1 R. 2 X. and E.
jut to back oat from them when tie tr. and Gett.ji.ipLv, per tes ioa, S 00Sicuad 2 Dried Apples, \ 1 bbL Di-J Ptaches, CtaitHH) ) Oranges, buffing wheel, so celebrated for the bcantilul .' r I "C* '
S T. 1 R. n
imorgpticy( which they are deigned to rawt Clw>t-Ktnbracing the above, with Snap, Starch, / Popper, Spice, Star Candles, / Jjetotuf, polish and finish it gives to the plate and picture, B.lndfN.W.quartr4 a o., T. IJJt., 2 N. 11
W.LdfN.W.ffosrtcrStn'hes.'t ,
all those narki and crutches made
nthtcrating bv
Ensii'-h Grammar, I'1-.iorj' Composition Mackerel Salt C Oritaiw '
tTii'a, is as disgMcefu! f> a State asa ir.iil.ir -! ani! EverciM- in Readitiz, Eiocatton&c 12 00 Per sale luw bj Sugar. Surpir cared Haras, / JI-Ltga Grape?, the ordinary niethod o1 hand butSii! V"e feel pleasure quarter I T. ?. B. N. E.

1Aisttring ]xlic'3' would be ia an individual Thud Ciaa*-Embracing the ceisary parts HEIR i RUST >uti T a: .l Cluxssu, / "D in bcir:; able to state that the plcturt-i taken at ULi'fS.' W. quarter 1, T. It K J. 4

and his done uion.' to prostr.ite the eausonf rf the abate, with Matiirtuatics Algebra, _Doccinbcr 14, ifiso. 4a Shoulder; Jtai u A1inowJ.half this labii-hment are equal in beauty, richness cf W. Ltlf N. E j.-arter! SI, T. !, It 2, N. E. .

the South than all other causes combined. G< onie5r ,and Natuirtl Phl'-.ophper} sea. 15 OJ Lard, 3uzod 4' tone, and tnisb.and in dumbihlv to any that can be Sozmth-wet quarter S3, T. t 2, K. *, N. E.
I'owlh Cfate-The Clau-ica! Department, Bacon Lard Flour &c. If. O.Clariiied.Sugar, F1tun:, f reduced North or Sjntli. Putticular attention givers Also, N<'rth- aft quarter 33, T. 2, IL 2, N. 3VS5.
1 l'asi ,
> strong uon-intercourse resolves if daIlio Rock Candy, "
T. K. 2 N. E.
you ; the to the arrangement olfamilv iiJtvij ; l.keueSjesofchtlJrcn 1fN.W.quzrtr ,
jil-ahe-.do anything to arrest, if possible, the ombracing&.C., per session foregoing, ,with LatiaGreek, 20 00 TCST reotaveJ per ScLir. \Via. K. Pattes from I2 \cw Coflfee, ApJles, ..OAcs.. accurately taken in z few ?ecnr.j4. i S.nfh-east qcarter T. 2. It. N. B. t

t de of Xortlipnj agsresaoa now tlurenteaitig5C'vithruii The |nzce oi Tuition to be paid ir. advance.TJie ) OxIau Fur Irr A. E. HOC, JUJIN R. LLOYD, North-vre- cituirterfc'nr'h c 4. T, *ff>, Tl. *>, ?C. E
ticirc? Sujar-cured Thm- ?lonrue sL, next uoor South cf Bcrri lio 1 3.Noveraber U
: -but for *n&rev'g sake do not' atlentkiii of paco'aU and riiirdiaas desirous u J. W. PECKIXS.IXJ ImlfAUo :S-l, T. 2, li. 2, X. E.
2 firkin* Batter, 16, 1650. 45 tV AY.LalfS. 2& T. 2. It 3, X.S -
wale Virginia the fourth of placing 'Uc-ir children or wards at SclM>oi where : Tliwe who have a Ie :refo becrme tm !ercf W.qr.S.
say time that if somd tt.ey' miy be pradjrtd to cJiter Col.rze, and where 2! buses Lemons, the ar?, will have an excelli-nt opportunity by applying E. quarter of S. qr.S. T. 2, R.S.N. IIE S
: s b? djus, she will d so and et at all the best cuaranlecs-of health are oiHr J, is partiniIrrlj 2 barrel Sareet Orzzes C. C. BY1D & CO., at our Dd tserrean Rooms over E. Barnard's liqr.ofir.llqr.: t0, T. 2. K. S, X. -

l.aza'Js. No more platforms, geaUeuieu, to itu Ted. Roard, on the not rsibIe term, 12 IjarreleuperSue Fluor, WILL ma'aetcry liberal advance on CoHoKS Drug Store, corner of Munroe and Clinton streets cmnat.utng sixteen hniwIreJ acres, more or \&&, commonly .- S
1 broken 5 keg Leaf Lard, their friends in New Vork. Oct WC" v\here will be bf ral known ss ifprixyxood the late residence cf Gen.PartlGl .
through when jiressare coaies.H tu exceiicut iouiiiies,cau be obtained.H. Year Bacon HHf! instrurtion given on l term?, -
Z. ARDIS, c with! t tiio; Ute and new improvement in CheniicaU deceased J.
President Board uf Tustecs.S. S barrels crorhcd Sustar, ADVANCHS made on Csttoa shipped &c. These Iand3 fll be ofit red in such mT>lin iein a* "

(1. Penn, Csq. Democrat, is undoubtedhdoctfd S. ERoour, Secietaiy.I 1 Dnetl Aj.pltrf, '. >nN
to Congress, as the sue cursor of uth'r 21, ISTO. 50 4t 15 I--i! Potatoes O-'nber 1'J, ls3U. 41 T. II. FLAGG.State term! vill 1e onf-thirJ cash, and the balance on a

"r. llarmanson, from Louisiana. He beats ILocti.qej W14kcT." Fur sale hr Carriages, Buggies Saddles, Ilamess, Sc.rB3L'S7 j credit cf out and tiro yean, tri.7 interest. PurcLa cra

the Uev. ( '(1.** Dick 8t For Sale. fleccThJ) r 14, 1>sR< 49 A E. HOT. :; of Florida. to pay f it 2Lu-tcr'3 titles.
?wait, thoasrh the Ii E. HULL
uit.j a KiiuJl: one. Mr. Penn, the Bulletin lIE JAR!! ort w bich the subscriber now PMLE SSHOQL.TpSS MADISON CIRCUIT CO1'RT-IN CHANCERY. :crsj. F. W1I1TJER, .
JL A T hi C ARR I AO E ETTCSTTORT, Jfaticr! Chancery, r -
is resides, 400 )IjUiJicd acres Minerva Florid, ir
M.VB, a strong Union taan, and was Pos1'la containing ; Rurtlctt'i Erkk offer for Xorcrabcr 1C 1S30. 45 It
_L1ld_ S' 5* Baildlng, '
of of which I* clta.td aad uiuar a good ELTZABKTH rLAYTON", of C1r'ot. > Ei 11 for Divorce. r 0
*r -CV Oii *ajt under Sir. Pulk. He -J three slon <
tnee. On the pretties ai ri* a good GUI tkne aLdi 1A S. C, pwtfviily kf.inm the citizens of Talm- Lewis F"rid.! 3JT
is a {rentleinin' of hih tandimf and cliarac- Ham .*tolerable good Duelutig Hou c.antl ol1 her out l aaep anJ vki inr th-it: >h will, the salt-fiction of fhe Conrf, by WAYS, a spItwKJ! I ft of BrCJGfES, with or without Notice to Crcditcrs.IN :

1''T!, a-id will doubtless represeut tae District liwinct, a niin.hcr ol Fi uit Ties*, and a choice Gnu op-j a FEMALE {SCHOOL ainl solicit tiwirtutrf.n i L at1.1ait! l in this cause Sled I that Lewis Florid, the t'.pfour PEDLAR'S VAHO.ONS( one -trond-hand LEON ciiicurr COURT E; EQUITY. ..

'4'th; finiiin.-6i jmd nUifv.** ptIs of about lou* or five hundred vine*; also an*KcelS 1 :!"'?. llavi"? h id r.M'U-rable experience as a OceaJ-dt.! r&fl-'d beyond t'u!' jurisdiction ot tin? IUx-Li\vav, truli Lanicsa omaplete, Trhk-L will be sold Mnrg.rct Butler, AJcix of Tluje.J..tham, eeaed '

nl *pnn of water. Toe land is exiellent: otnucd Yew litT, an
c. grjb.| li not sole bctoi the *jet Jaifur\" Uoa, cue will use her b-t cwrtmau to pluaae tiose United States -ALSO- IL R. "W"Andrews, AJn'r.of Jaincs Barry, deceased.IN g.an.1 .
Jenny Lind is to te in Chadeston on it will be rented W. C. MILLER. who nsay crif nwt their chiluren tu her care. // OrdtrtA, That fhe said Lewis Florid do appear At the OLD STAND, FHocnk EiaLUs?', other'. ,

tae 2Glli. For a hundred dollars one can I'I4dnC.It.DecenberQIis5u. SO 2t Thc fallowing branches of Edueattrm will be tau
and return go at tiw cc titmary rates: Sfselhmj Rcatini \\'ri :, : t within three! rnontlwnr! said Dtll will he taknn *pem: rinty styles; Hfimesoof al! te!criptk>n9; i5e uu Sat'inlay, tLo OtLNort mber, 1850.notice
have the gmtification of hearag Hotioe.ALL j'rteonfaso a aj-: t sjcl Oefeiidn.t. and bat llntrt La h P'noa Carrur Trhn-
Ariihmc'kUr.HiaurHLiUary, eoaphy,4ihcakr.-i Avci;, Spring, <> s L. htrjby given to aU per t-n'* claiiuinp be Tftirr3!
; the Ni-htingale. \ hw'JI gu! persons indebted to th* t'tafn of James A. PhiloupIiy, I3uwny. the cause be setter hrsrm; at the rre\l Term of said raia gi and Suoe KuJinj; TrrHik*. Carpet Bz-, Vdi- (.f Tbonia-i J. LaiLoni, cr of the Ltte Jlrni of la'Jianxit ,

Upon the Itt of d
January she cwbarka for requested to make payment lo the undersigned; and Rev. F. IL Rm.iavji, Gw.TnosusHon. 1o Aii-1 it in fvrtfur Ordered, Thit this Ordr be hn line.X. cLjmi3 fur cHowance, before me in or before tha lii .

Ha'! ana, ltlse! havinff week for 'months and l that the
lo pieseiit them tvithin the time prescribed te. once a three 23, 1850. 46 tf r=; F W-DE1 :
Major IL II\*vn, i Dr. J. IL IL.'ciiou'ii.
take fe tim' in the .
by Uw they will be bawcti Complainant < ny cau s.tliOMAS
HASUIED. ,w payment.I. Ie.ewl.cr 7, 1U. 48 4t Dated Otli Ncv, 1 S50 Mister ia Cliancerr.
In L I. F. BEARD, Qtnitfiod Eecutcr.flerember BALTZELL, Judje. TAILORING. n-mber 16, 1S50. 4 $ 7t t. _
ColimAu<.ra., on the llth inst bvte1e,. 1, isro. 00 (ft Administratrix's Sale. November, isVJ. 'T"hIEsihscriier! would inform the citizens of TJJL !- :!

T>r. Pierce, N.ij.r| DA.V1KL B. BIRD oJJcfimoo! A true copy :Attest, lahn-ee that he has commenced the above bti Administrator's Sale. '
viaual&s nn.1 cstest-'vc LAW ant! iTCT- C. L. CARRUTH, Clerk. : and ncU share ot
T.mntj, rioi.da.to Notice. THE # ue respectfully si> a public
Min 1JACV V. BU1T,of the :;EOUS UKRARY of the Into William II. IJy M. A. C'AnarTH, Deputy Cleik. OX MONDAY, the sot!* thy of Dweralvr, 1S3.V, .

lorintr pfacc. MY; note and accounts are left in the inni ni Bruck'sibroujrH dc'eicti, will b1 otTKd for mile at December J.'l'-S'J. -IS Cm patronage.Fti.re opposite the Florida Hxchanje.y3 ; wd sell,at public Auction, r.t the jJantatira,, .

On the 5lh Novr .* C. Byrd, who will act as my Ati'n1 av.-ifl OR MONDAY, tit Cth JANUARY, Ifeil.T Garments cut to order. t>f L IL Branch, d."cca.e<.l 011 Lake TaratiJa, 1 f mild

Hr. H. F. by ibe jjcr' W A4ajMm during mj absence lrn the $ule. Ariy Lmtuny rnis of $jle-AH unv under lifty tfIlai-K! ; c Jj; State of Florida. JAMES SOIPLC.Novimber mirth of Tallahassee, nil the personal prt perry 1to *?- ..

Ifl7flij, ,( to II. i. againatlltt., bepTcdt.ntcdto bmi forsettlemem. fj ..i'lT'! : i.* OTIT fifty clullari, twtUu mnti credit SO, 1S0.. 47 tf loil4in Ijis e-
S rEWART,c( SbfU Points all of %Vakulla Cowiy. F. A. BYRD.thriTn'er21,15Q. wi uj; be aiknred, fur approved seeiriv.CLa1lc MADISON! CIRCUIT COURT-IN CILtNCERY.iiutha purl, of fcjUoviiHi aniclt-jj: p.

On the 10th of l 50 will be prepared for distribution as early : Levtt, ) Notice..flEcnp'rticrhipwLithIinA !%, or 12 likely Mules and Horses, .
Oeember. iv thoSev. W.dua1 Divorce.Williaa b'H 1UUO bushels of Corn :
Cs- > D'.ll: for > or ) ) ,
cmL1el tmikrthe
Mr. A. T. GAVIN, of Sbell P vint< to Mis. )j. A Sale of Negroes.O LLLtN A. BROOKE2TBROUGIL Adm's. \VT. Devalt. ) anti firm of BULL 6: PPATORIUS, w this unmeI. tLiydi.n'eIvt.d A large quantity of FoxlJjr, t

il RD, of Sojichopjiy, H oVkha Cuut.ly. Y U the Penacf)1a DOUIcTht'MOtIaDUZ WL 13! this cae tiled, that V.'illiam %V. Dvatt, > Suitk IJogs, L1
sell ilerrm
At underfunded nt Store l5nu call
Madwrai C..nt House H in the above will please anti settle \riih J. KBall
(mTu&sd&y, lOil bst, bj ssiiCountvon UYdndnv, the 2sd AtverLir,Jacksciivillc News, wiI the Delennt IT this cau. e, re,-sbfjond lhejtp is 100 Lead if Sheep, : r
t Jauunry aexl, who will attend to the settlement of the coucern.J. .
Rev. S
!i,4K Uoxrren, Mr. Fjwuaii fiaara to Jl e lorcimb, the following KeooK, namely : Patience, and forward blLi to the AdniumJtratrix. diction! of IhU Court, and oi.tot the state of Florida, 11 BOLL. 123 Lead of Cattlo, 4 4PIant&ti.n

iJu-niA CAiiaui IJvjNOHTo.s.jouagwt dauglnerofi' J lai tI. M 1. r. LMii t.n. Uitrt, dcead. For Sale.do" It it Ordered, That the said William \V. Davaltdo dirt*, Sucyr E-jflcr: ,Ac, t: !. "- 4-:
> November 10 ISoft. 4C
:._ JAMS L. HART, I 2 gallon Dmnijhns a old Jflakt1tnxt, appear and answer suiJ Rill of Complaint within Ttrm-Cashin all ptun* icsJer one hundred cJulxLirs ,

JOtLV S. IIAflT, L S 2" u" Talc Sherry, thn.1notilhs, ;.r Jirt i tt J will b j take pro ronftssoajai IToticeIts ; fn 4-ains over one Lnudretl dt'liurs. a credit of 4 .

Odd relicts Eall, Dec. 13, 1S5LTAcTvIoM Sorvh-ing Esccut.tr* Edwm llait. 3 JO kegs T'& Cherry Bounce, : :>*t 6ai id<) 1)efert.Lat. and that the caUf-e be yet for oie year, upm satieuctory ssocurity Iting given. All : '

( TIlE 2.eovfl.) December 21, IS39. 50 1sKollcc. eso" IloUand Gin, hcarin"daring the ne\tTerta of said Court in 1arch'! hereby given that the fullowing real e'tet<* of Andrew not & to bear iiiuuvt at rate of S jr cent All re- ,

!:.ae7rqyz Tiut t (Laflkk if tIti Idc.:o b tim&r 00 boxes Cheese, not : Fn n-zubclli S, and Horatio C. "Wither, Ltint cc ni4ed cLizi gint L. II. Erasch will be taken ajIL ;

l Iii TIi. M-mbcr-. tiu; J'ft bjtcrm Cburdi for tlie- 10 ktaj* ]JlueLwhual, And if t* Jurtlnr OrJrrfiJ. That this Order be Ikuirs t f Horatio C. VTitiers, deceased, to wit : ca-IL j

u. Uitw Church 4MithiMLirf. \. tm 10 Better, nuUlisbc-d io stne public newspaper printed in this Lot 1, 2, auJ 3, in fractional! Seednn 20. and Lot 2, N. K" On saiae clay and at yiaie place, it i-4 probable :

'.'""''" Hint tlm tfnui t tlif LnW !h' fcmWU" minisrrati'm on the Mate of ontlHterf Thottum Cotrart cf Adi -, 10 UbK Butt r and Water Cnuicr% State once a week for three month, and that Ccmuhinaat in fractional Section: 21, all ia Towalip 2. North of tighter ten lidy Negroes will to Lired out for 4j'
ed JU-v. lalp of tike testimo-iv in the cau>e. !H !rr?. 1 We Pilot year
Mr. NETS: ftjU MCVJCM CkiptwH. Hillnborough Connij dr ea,edhcToh7 pivenutire 2 Bread,
THOMAS BALTZIXL, Judge. Oliice of tie United Stales for tLfs District of Tallaho
) .
Tit tLe tfajt'ik f Uie be tcadorto to ail having c1aitnsindsideitate 20 u1.s! Rye.
IAdge PCMOCS | '
td October 10, IS3'J.' > aD inland L-ein.j in the Couiay of L-i, a, and AU31rs-
tbe <; ,Uemoi 'vt.u oiujjxjsod UMS (1 *. to present them to vie within Iwe jeart, propcrl) SMiheniicaJed.arpeabloto Jatt tvccivod m J fvr edc by J
(Jrd That thuabo* be law will t- 8. S. IIQflT. A (true cop}-At'est, Surt1 of Fitlri'ii, will lw jvhi( to the 1.igbest; I'idvK-r. at Norcuikr 9, 1S51X 44 ta ;J
thc uewptI ar they barred
C. Clerk.Ey .
CARnnnt. puVJc! "ala l ef<.rfl the Court llom d.ior, in Taflhas-
of of
recvery ; and ail indebted will DacBnibor ?. lc 50.:; 43Strayed
1)). VTAVLBS BAKm to wake iuiadate pavnont.perMUj please 2.!. A. CAKRUTJI, D. C. see, on the first Monday b JwiiujfT A.D, 1&51. The Plantation and Negroes for Sale;
Piccmoer 7, 1?50. 43 3m terms will be inntle known cm the day cf Pale.
JOSEPH MOORE. Adrn'r. / HUE nndcrsignvd offor5;r salt; a valuable j.IontaJL .4

3f TaTBpa Ray. Dpccrabcr 21 1S50. 50 6t <\___ 77T.OXI the subscriber at OcUlocbnnee P. P. LEWIS By order of James 11 L'rw me, Judge! of Probate for tioii, iTlru; m iladi'; Tn Coimt/ FlciuTa, nt-ar tLe 4
tTfr' eting of Jaolcwa Lodge, *- J. the County and State nfui'en..l. ForJ
S.ui1v the Odin River.
No 1 tlu l y.about he 23d or 211 h frm-mbar. on The platitificn cciitaaw ;
flight itt )JImwjt Hull Dentist Tallahasscs
UrctbreQ K. HTTE
11 t Staid of Florida. : a blight bjrrJ iiaiiSE, 11 or 13 nprida.i Gt"J acre of UuvJ, one fcurKlrwlcf which are clear
tc1:1e.i.i "nrauM'at J'IU:' <='.v ar.? ordnily: iittd. hiigb, very thin and spme, with.luu,; le- aid n R_ T> O031S in the new buiUius: ir.rnJi- HAilDEN A. Y.1IITE ed and under good fcrct!. Uprn the priniL ere a

: if ( IUON CIflCUIT C01'ltT-N ATTACIjM1 white t-pot ia hit face. Any infrrmaUoui.'l be >*\* liitoly F.it of the Post Office, vLert Noveipbcr 23,1 850. 46 4t Gaardi'n'. ccKifortablo dwelling tou.cutlirno,
..-:- : : dllAijjIs j. IYEE.'rrt.t4rP:/. John W. Arnle, 'I Assutaj'stt.Protection thdi.kiuliv receireil, or if required, suitably pad fut -U.JILufhe w11 hi f'nt1. urkaa professionally will stocked wiib aj.n>k, t'r.mge, peach, anil fig tr en.Atljoawiij .

------ w b> the fcubsaiber.al Quiacv. cEgctL September 7, 1S5(1.( RE3.HfLTOJ, ; : the'place ia a good range fut txrk, and thiitnation .

Seed Bye.I Insurance Ct-tnpar.y cf J Ot w) tOe J. L. SHIELDS. Attcrrey: c.t Law, Tallahassee, Tlorida.B. i< healthy nnd 'acU wattrttL ITitfre n a

( n h1tJ1IELS r w Ji>r <*y. J *" 4 December' ?, 1B39, 43 G. A. HcH-TTYIlE, .-lie will prosecifte Clairas for Land under vj ry beautiful loka directly iu front of the dwelling .

_&_ J U .1.M (( StI r.rc.F.KRllY 'T Hn ilefendant and all otltm inlt-msied are IiJ1TflST N. tba} :late Bounty Land Bill, tot a moderate conpf I&&M.e. ;

& 1UWLES fiolilC ? 431. Jby notified Aetk.r
4Iie. by t1f d nientt and aie Huirrd} to appear at the
DurtiuLiti. will be raaJa by the underiea A. McBTYr.E I
850. to 2 w next: Term cf Len Circnit Court and, Novcruber 1830.: 45 $350 Hcvrard. .
*j plead lo the '
.- ---. . date, fur letters cf adtjni3tra. November 1 C,1 S50, 45 :
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-- lcchrauou fikd ia cai J cuoARcucn*-. li.u.on the estate of Why.dcee.i.l Uc n informe tlat on tie everting rf the 'S
Planting Potatoes.Of Sale of :
Negroes. HAVING
JACO.'t!' V.'i'LllY. of lUAUiibir; at uloat nine cVlcckfiTo Notice. -

) BA1IUCLS of IrUb rt&oEsekcIieZ, fur Attorneys fur Plaint hi.J.IK'A Quincy, December 7, 1 !,f:. 4 IITILL be sold fir cash, on the first clay of January mm came to the house tf a nrpto wccuai turned MA- A LL indebted to the estate of Alexander

P-antin'j\it Teivc ? in ptinPrt1.r4 *: 50 3raNotice. next,at Q-uncy, the following negroes, tu TI LD A, v lio r&wes at the mtulli of Lack! Cret k and .Tx Rlrtinl\teof persons the Ciunty of HilUborough! ; ,

RIIRV: : &. UOWLR: Notice i wit : ijaM.araaji, aged about 25 years, si d Mny. azin1aged etoKs two of Lr diiluruiUic ouoa girhir-iiieJ JUDY, Ue State ol Florida, deceaa Jare desired to IP '* f)
Aucttoneerx Cwiuiu-iMutj Mercbaut ; lajears : the jiroptrty of the estate ot G. about 15 ", bbck lompluilor.. skut and ..ktz F
months after datr, I t'uil make application aged year try immediate pa>n.eLt cf (he sjrae tolhfrundeu*
mtJet21,1S5tj. SO It SIX tnonll afterdate, I hall apply fo the Hon- SIX the Honorable JuLe ri t Pro'iilc in and for the A. DiIi.cortbdeeeaed.' DILWORTH Adm'r. stiI grown, the r4lur aboy uanu-d CIIARLTd, aged Etecntors of iitl estate. All persons 33 v d1.

!( Jad e oJ Piobate for the! County of fi ds.ln Count> of Jifp'rion, for l.tkra of dUmissii'in and djsharjo W. S. ubout It 0 years,cf a rsiLcr yellow complexion. I here the heirs a.d legatees named in the last w;* ciratutaoient

coe3 at Auction. < lor J lttrs|t of fmal iigmi ron M Admin4ratriK ajl'\erut r of the Ut sili! :t'il trstatnent! of Dcceo'' i, I'sW. 4s 41 by cfff a reward of one buklrcd dolLr A r tic rccov- of said deceased. Jminj: claiti? -t and test f

0 "trNisn'. Janua.y I I. 1I, iIl e | f the. estate Williata Wt-Griff, late of r jer.ezrr Folium, Ut s (.[ siid CGuu".d-cias: < d.- Notice.7pY try of the cUJuitn and cvr.ktion of the f1ev. baideitaie, arerejnfstiiltoprcSer.t t* 3srab rtho;

beffe Aucltojl RuZfl, tu Couuly, deceased. All prrsoas herein interested, ate lieifhy I4tibe41 ac.cor.bngly. \V. IL a SAMiEBS said Executor* with in ts\o jtars tf ** "me tolhaof

I '(: lVon : ". a Irt rate Cook Jroacr SARAH McGHIFF, Adofe. HAY D.IUORI.Jetlri virtno of a decree cf th< Shdwon: Circuit iiurJiaii; f(;r MLtiidil. .nr tlsu uulice will UaWJ! "tntbe k'e' bere.

'a11ier, anJ Ii(41e Qiincv, December 21 IStTtQ. 5-'J Cm : County, DccemScr 1, IS9. 43 flmM 2 p 5 Couit, Iat fall, w will cfTr for1e oj the :. "' i "- -" CcL UcIKTOoB. VliitLA. Tl1O1 bar if ay tuel .
4', 'ervatt ; first Moi! da> in Janu ry nf\t, tlie (tract of Lind fcontasitins JOJINLILiillLTON. Et. '. hZr.kDy I

; ero Womca-fjel bat.d ; Notice. DANCING ACADEMY. about I IfK"jOiCrc( >) ?4rTaoraMa! h oa CVun- -N.i'itber. :; 1\( 40' tf Tampa, Fa., : '
a '4 Man aged tytlotida. wher,ion the late Joha J. fl.yec.ided. j
rq.* nbout W) ietrs ; fr LL Twrnnns indebltd to the e tate rf John Cole.wii. R. .RASIMI nnrwiuiac-i tv> the dfizww of Tjllilii The sii'l' tract i* bt:lily Im;.rowJ, luvirjj adweltin hUSTreteivedr.ndfr tale ly C. C.Y BYRD i CO, t S1ectSc1oo1for'-

Cnnp.'r, ni UiLaljje fu Ile I decenood, bJe of Madifcon Count, will -'ee tint ha liis arnvwl in the ctty, and will houd and ill neceiry i'it' tiihhin. J 10 barrelreal ilircer IVatoes --

tie {slt'] < make pa\m't ; and mil 4>mom< luv'inzde-. c4-nIImLilco gviug U.Uij5t1tn in PANCINt f'rjuo.ttile .. 51 oga suiJirior Oestcn> Bntttr, -IMIg next Pt* ioa of *' Sites; Qtth1Cy.t .

The at );fbgflf., 0Pucbn4Jtf mi4 attih't! said Mlafe, wjll( please pn.-st.nt tbeui. : Iq 2idNn+entr ist.t.m... at .5.. c Cuznrnhoueu. 10! brrc'''* Maiumofb Oiuoija, K\ the fmst Iv- -J' eoramyiiot
"rrirt.4 3eil a1teted, to the adniuistrtr. 10 .c'cho'cldtI t% tIM M't2 oigutt aho Oitr1I.t1. r Th-j abovj sale vul toia plocd ct JIaJiiobIrtLV. 6 quaftcr'lwrrtL.. fj-e h-CaLItt 5o. 1 iltchrre!, Iii' 2, st-o pr Junnry, iL For ar.pJ. .
: 4ftlCl iueLj ; .4 EVAiS RAkPCL! half( u k 1 J.aItr, t.r LLCtW % IThiCi.th. .
$ : (1etkIteLi'$ ChUi t thlite at.!Z .klck. i: Court : 5
1) Jil )Silki 1 G, 1b0. I 3 ScuttheLj l\niufM 7, l>3&. 43 4t (Sent U} o-.tbcr 23. J C3 0.. ..10 'T > .:.:. JflS4tIULFS, 4
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: J 31): ) JfloriMwt) & Journal. I Tax Collector's Sale. STABILITY-SECURITY- P 1UITY. JOHN PRATORIUS, Jtg(1 btttStmtl19 Receiving FULL tom New York,

: virtue of the vested in me by law, I A Goods andr!
BY power $100,000.THE i[:OP TUE LATE FIRM OF HULL t PRATOBirS,] ties,consisting in part of *"*
Circuit. .
have levied and shall for sale, before Middle
.J PUBLISHED KVEUV: SATURDAY EVENING.J : upon( expose inform his friends and the public Brown Shirtings and Sh
.i. the Court House door, in the city of Tallahassee CO. LEON COUNTY-IN EQUITY. Bleached do. etng.
in next the MUA I ISUC has taken the store lately occupied Calien .
J ,on the first t Monday May following .
't T n 11 8 : property, or so cruch thereof as will pay the State OF >EW 35AL ST., j"-TOUL ,.and adjoining the lt'r lately Tallahassee Rail Road Company,Complainant- Wood and Willow Ware,

THREE DOLLAR per annum, if paid in advance. and County Tax due thereon for thi sear I5O, and Accumulated Fund Nor. 1st, 1349, 900- Ptu\where he w plcaj .:t Tit ace AND A HALF, if paid within six inonti all incidental IA wit: NET securely invested in Bonds and Mortgage* of may bedispisedtopatronizehimin Richard Hayward George K. Walker Union Bank Fancy and Common Soaps,

.:T1 FOUR DoLLvai, if not paid ulhthe end ofhe'earl All that tractor epen5e.parcel of land known as Forbes on real estate in this city and Brooklyn and stocks his line of business. of Florida, Rurbutt R. Betton, and Elijah White, Sperm and Adamantine Candln! ,

., -Theetetmi wlllbe rigidly adhered to, and Purchase, within the limits of Leon County containing (Ihe State and City of New-York and UnitedStates He has rciTc by the late arrivals, a chic and Defendants. Brown and Loaf Sugar,

no (paper will be discontinued unti.l ai rearag iare 142,720 acresmore or 1t,said to belong to Government.This tl.Ml"t Iply f CI.8 Cauimerei, Vesting, IT appearing from the allegations of Complinant'sBil. Rio.Nails Laguira, Spanish, and Cigars Java,assorted Candie
which verified Coffee.
]paid, unless at the option 011 ht publshers. Sub. the Apalachicola Laud Company. fund is rapidly increasing by a widely extended Fancy o a gta a1rt ofREADYMADE White are is not a by afdnil. the State of On baud-A supply of Kentucky J
Beriberi be received (or three at One D. McRAE Y. and business. CLOTHING, Eljah reident Bagging ,i
wi tlnth prOpelou. resides in the State of that Rope, Flour, Bacon, Rice. sal'
so rWH
dividend of of fif .. inMr .
Dollar order ( the Tax Collector Leon The a profits J'lorid3.
4 month $1 50. Every for County. Company AU of which, I flatter equal in and Georga. *
g Lard
a style served with of JOHN *
out of I l l.is county must be accompanied with November 9, 1550. ts ty.two per cent on all existing policies en the 31st mvsl a cnnl process : & McDOUGAl! T '
- .. paper 4 1813. quality, and quite an a any oter tlat.W1 0 It is Ordered, That Defendant, Elijah Otoh.r5.lSO. 59 i ;
the cash unlesj the order of our January, "in tMrrp
auy found He will
comesthrougl particular White demur to this
Tax Sale. thi maket or on or
.. .1+ regularly authorised agent Colector's in law I All the Profits are divided among the Insured. tion to h lJi A UI bop he w merit a liberal before the first Monday in April next, Bi. peril Bail Road OfficeT"TVcrnnArr j
y virtue of me by ,
power v The are payable in cash annually,semi- from the 1, >
1 1r B premiums patronage of having said taken for confessed, and a!to lio.
shall: for sale, before the Court House at Bi D Y Resolution of the Boaid
ADVERTISEMENT expose annually, &r quarterly, interest being added on the November 23.1850. 48 tf him et dovn ( hearing ex parte : Prodded, Thata a of Directors.th.
in the County of Gadsden, on the secondMonday D of the Wf-
Quincy, on
l' Will inserted at the rate ofOneDolIarpersquare deterred payments.The copy of this Order be published for four months, transportation following arrice i. j
.I : 'J twelve lines for tne fiM,and fifty cents fo eachBuSquent of April nest the following described the State pro.and I cash principle adopted by this Company secures Madison Female Seminary. once a week contcutively. in one of the newspapers duced to 12J cents for one wtisht.to Ji* ;
petty,or so much thereof pay : effect from the first djy of November
a to the parties for whose benefit t the insurancesare ,
insertion. A reasonable deduction published in the city of : r 1
't Tax due thereon for the 1&50 and the next of this Institution will on the Talabanpe. Lime CementSlate :
year Tl'n ,
Hay, Brick
whole of the without b'l
will be made notices, estate not t ices,yearly Count effected, the advantages 'rHE THO B.oLTZELL. Judge. S* t
thre'to. wit
incident to in and X '
oui.gal necessary expenses : them to the heavy drawback of accumuLated Thursday January next, o the November 1330. ,olher than maible. ro !
notices ,
.. 1 aleration. by persons having The whole of what i is called I f'orbes' Purchase" subjecting last Thursday in June On Oats and Corn five cents per bushel. 1
premium A true from Minutes of Court.
% regular accounts I lying in Gadsden County,or so as will Persons ntes.effect insurance on their own lives The new building i is ereJ and will be put in complete copy OSCAR Storage of 6! cents peY sack on Salt t
All announcements of candidates for office FIVEDOLLAR may A. MYERS, Clerk. per I
the Tax aforesaid bounded on the East bv the order for the before the be- will hereafter be mCt ,
pay charged.
in advance. No attention and the lives of others. A married women can insure pupiL M. A. LONG, Solicitor for Complainant.
*-invariably .
Ocklocknee Riverand on the West bv the Apalachicola of next With In consideration of the
the life of her husband the benefits of whichare {rinninfj Tlrn building, reduction of I I
will be paid to any order('or announcementunlessaccompanied River. November 91850. 44 4tn treibrth
the cash. McLEAN. secured by law for the exclusive use of herself or the Institution. i prepared to accommodate a large Company will not hold t themselves rtpon, bl.
\lth Tax Collector for GaJsJen County. number of to Lime or Hay. for
children. Jefferson Circuit Court. damage Consignee will 1
S All religious, marriage and pubJisVJ -
obituary! pupl.
gratuitously; bul.dllonat nll'cs otif1 private October 12,1850. 40 Cm Clcr /'men and all allolhersdependent$ upon salariesare Rat if* of are the same a heretofore. For IN CHANCERY. themselves i in readiness to remove the last named od J

benefit,will charged as advertisements. specially invited to avail themselves of a resource paictmrs tee Circular or Catalogue tides upon discharge of the cars, I for reason a" 1
Tax Cnllpntnr'g SaIl. their surviving families be secured a may had private in the town, Sill for Injunction and Distribution. their hazardous naturetlie Company win o
--- -------- whereby may b i fac cot rec"i i
JOB WORK. virtue of the power vested in me by law, I from the evils of penury. from.'8 to pr month(exdlh'e washing and Exectors of William Goodman, Complainants, them in their Warehouse.THOMAS. i

BY expose for sale before the Court House at Pamphlets explanatory of t the principles of Mutual light) Board lo.titutiun exclusive of lights rs.Eseza J. PF1Ut'o, 4
We are well' prepared to execute Job Work such shal, in the County of Gadsden, on the second I Life Insurance and illustrating its advantages, and wasliuig, i$10 per Dasher, Sarah Wafers, Green R. Slater, Mar November 2,1330. 43 See.y

,\ as billscards, blanks.pamphlttl.&,\ith neat. Monday in April next the following described property with forms of application, may be obtaine at t Ihe R. W. PARRAMORE, caret France Slater,Jane Elizabeth Slater, Harriet BERRY &. ROWLES i
fleaS and dfipatch.; All woik of this 3 Wall St. President Board of Trustees.IL M. John G. Slater William ,
descrption. ,or so much thereof pay the State and office of the Company : any of its E. Slater, Slater
a wi Aoetioneen
t' except lor persons havingearly County Tax due thereon for year 1S50 and the agents. Z. AKDIS, Smctry. John Goodman,and William Goodman Elen.o and Commission. Hcrthanti iu
the office, mut be paid for on del i i'ery.. necessary expenses incident thereto, to wit : TRUSTEES. November 23,1850. 46 tf and Spain Defendants. Cotton Broken.

.- ----- Six hundred and forty acres of( land, lying on Jog. B. Collins, David C. Golden, IT appearing to the satisfaction of this Court, by for the favors of the past ;
TOWLE & MYERS, Rock Creek, purport'ng to belong to L. S. Callin.orso Wm. J. llysl;lp. Alfred F.wardi, Notice. affidavit made in (this.cause that the said Defendants THANKFUL themfIYe that they giitns tnj] .

1 Watchmakers and much thereof a will pav the Tax aforesaid. R. II. McCurdy, Wm. Bel., CAME to the Plantation of Colonel B. F ,with the exception of William Goodman El- faction to their patrons,again offer their ; -i

,. < Jewelers, HUGH O. lcLFAN. Fred. S. Winston, Joseph Blunt, ,on Lake Jnckll on the 10th lenwocd Itside out ot the State of Florida, beyondthe COTTON BROKER. They wi attend 8iceu the I

HAVING procured 8Enip. Tax Collector for County. C. W. Faber, Isaac G. Pearson, _ of November, a grey IAUE about four jurisdiction of this Court but in the United of and ge the highest prirl .

ffft':--, ALLEN, formerly October 12, 1SiO.. 40 Cm John P. Yelverlon, Henry Wells, years old, of ordinary lizc with me and tail, Slates : tIt I that Ihe market will alo"and make Pr ;
thiscl.theyare now prepared to Theo. Sed. wick, Wm. Moore. and blind in one eye, is very gentle it therefore frl .td. That the said Defendants, of the same. spot promphtlOT

I execute al "01 k IIt."U h promptnessand Tax Collector's Sale. Stacy B. Collins, Zebedee Cook The owner i requested t come forward,prove pro- Eseza. Dasher, ''aters. Green R. Slater. Margaret to take every advantage of the flncla'alions of tU *:

in most satisfactory manner. To our'Iriendi of the power vested in me by law, I John II. Swift, Jona. Miller, ,nay charges, and her away. Frances Slater, : Slater HarrietE marke. Their charges wi be a follows; '
at H distance an early attention to all work which By'irtue David A. pry M. Slater, John G. Slater William Slater, and
for sale, before the Court House alQuincy. Johr. Wadsworth, Comstock, JOHN C. WlITER For sale of 12 bales or 50 cents per bait i
may be lorwarded to us, will be given. in the County of Gadsden on the second S. M. Cornpl. Robert Shuyler, November 23, 1850. 46 t John Goodman, and Spain, appear and answer the 25.' 40. 1

TOWLE &MYERS. Monday of April next t.t the following described property Gouv. James Chambers, Bill of Complaint filed in this cause within four 40 30" 1
September 25. 1S"0. :33 If CARTHY's"cOrrf5N months from the date of the publication of this Or. ,
or so much thereof ai will pay the State! and John V. L. Pruyn, Joseph Tuckerman M GINS. Over40 25 N.
Towle Myers, County Taxes due thereon from 1S45 to 1S0 inclusive Fred. Whittlesey, Moses II. Grinnel, r lIE subscriber has made further improvementson deror the said Bill will be taken for confessed a- BERRY &ROWLE

& and the necessary expenses incident thereto to Chales Ely Wm. J. these Gins and as they are now made believes gainst them. New Building, I
on hand.and ate now receiving.a \and wit John C. Eugene Dutilh lnl it it further Ordered, That publication of U 1550. 36 t
HAVE} : Cruger, t that they are better than any other Roller Gin September 6m ,
assortment ol GOODS consisting of Two hundred and of land in GadsJcn Walter Francis S. Lathrop this Order be made in some newspaper published at
forty acres Joy, whatever. The Cotton,also,will command a better
Gold Lever Hunting Lever Watches. County, purporting to belong to Robert Jimerson, or Alfred Poll, J. O. Thatchet. price in New York or Liverpool from these Gins than Tallahassee! once week tor the space of four months. Coopers Coopers !! Cooper!!!! j
I Gold Anchor do
Silver Lever Hunting doSilver so much thereof as will pay the Tans aforesaid, ly. JOCEPI B. COLLINS, President. from any other Gin. The following certificates. will THOMAS BALTZELL, Judge.A T HE subscriber now offer for sle a new and ccnn. :
Anchor do ing on Flat Creek. HUGH O. McLEAN, ISAAC AB Secretary. show the estimation: in which they are held in this copy-Alel. plete assortment of Coopers Tools, consisting I
C. G. .
Lt'cr ,
Tax Collector for Gadsden County. JOS. BLUNT part of the country. of Coopers Adzes, Stock Howells, Bit,
Lapine and common do October 12, 1550. 41 B. GAMBLE, Tallahassee. November 9,18.V 1 ). 44 4m Howelhnl J
1 Cm JAMES Ag't., Leveler.. Prnir _R"nm_. _
r.nlt.n'..ot 1".1... .. Pin.." ..npr.1 "_"- -- ----- --- ".
f' !irtmeit oi' Ear and Finger RingsGold Guaids and Collector's Sale. January)19.18:0. 2ycoTToI GADSDEN COUNTY, Fla., Sept. 20, ISHO. In Leon Circuit Cou. Ion Brace, Champering, Uowelhn Hollowing,

$ Kejs, Fob and Vest Chains Seals, Gold and SilverIVncila.Gold Tax GINS. I have been running one Jarott's Improved Mc IN CHANCERY.James ,Heading. Backing and Stave .

Ptns,Gold and Sih'e Spectacti. Gold' BY virtue of the power vested in me by law, I Carthy's Roller Gins for more than three months, October 19. 'S50. 41 BFION &. HFCGi

Seeve! ColUr and ttosnm( Buttons, and expose for sale, before the Court House atQuincy and havE. in that limp,ginned out a largp amount of 1. Hunter, Administrator of Archibald R. S. Notice. -
.. in the County of Gadsden the second JESSE II. WATSON Cotton with it. It has Hunter,deceased,
Shell CardCa F* w, iliTr and Uailali Combs. Monday of April next, the following described property have lost no time with it. I have also obtained the vs. ALL persons creditors, legatee, entitled Io d*
M<.., r'rsnch Mimic Clocks, Table Knives, Te or so much thereof as wi pay the State and GIN MANUFACTURER, very highest market prie in Liverpool for my Colon William Burney and others, creditors of said estate. I in or otherwise interested in the eal,

'? .-I.'i: tl.J and Silver Ware, Siher Table and TeaS County Tax due thereon for year IS-'iO, and the Palmyra, Lee County Georgia, from this Gin. I am much pleased with the Gins, IT appealing to the satisfaction of the Court, by of Robert Spence late of Jefferson County,Florida,

..' .-. ;* ted Spoons! Forks, Cr.am and Soup La. necessary expenses incident I hereto,to wit : inform his friends and the'public and recommend them to the affidavit,that William Burney, Leonidas Willey, deceased, are hereby notife to exhibit their cluci

di '.. :'. .\'tile"s, do. Tea S.tl. Castors Candlet Seven hundred and filly acres of Land, lying on WOULD that he continues the above business gene at public.JAMES MIMS. Henry Clark Mary McClure.and Thomas J. Hardie and demands within year from this date I.tbe

> c"c. > ... :r Limp, Silver and. Gilt Girandoles. Crooked Creek purporting to belong to Armistead his old stand, where he will be happy supply them and Simon Taylor.the Defendant in State the above case reside I I undersigned, or the same will be baned; and all!1
Al >ujle banelled Guns, Shot and Game and Raney. beyond of Florida, but persons indebted to the said deceased, are requested
*<.1IU u with a first rate article. As an evidence of thequality GADDEN COUNTY Fla., Sept. 27, 1550. within the limits of the United States
j' RAil,
1''h'H. Vi >Ian*, ClaruncN, and Flutes, fine Razor Tax Gadsden County. large number sold by him the past year, not one has of Sea Island Cotton with McCar.thy's appear JAMES R. TCCKER. Sheriff
Jarot'lrproved the Bill filed in this
October J2 answer on or before the of Jefferson
1550. 40 County
W Cm
*, StropAi' fail'-d satisfaction and Gin,and think it cUt .dm'r.
to give perfect would I reference superior f.1 preerable.on first Monday in next, otherwise the Com Jefferson ofro
---- -- February County. October 5.1550.
loI quality aud general assortment of Perfumery, Jefferson County Tax Sale. give the name of any one who has one of his many accounts to any other 1 haveever li.J. I be plainant's Bill shall be taken pro eonfesso: Prodded > :

kc.& TOWLE% &MYERS. Colector's Gins in inc. I He is intending to enlargehisestablish- leve. as ,hey are now made they will give on an A of this Order be week Notice.
copy once a
virtue of
Septemcer 2S, 1S >'). .JS! BY authority vesttd l..1 1 shall ment considerably this year, by which: means lie will average, for three months,without iepair three hun for four months preceding thp said first' Monday in I'
for creditor and
sale ,
before the Court entitled to
expose persons legalet.
; be enabled to fl orders (which last year he was unable dred pounds per day. GEORGE A. CROOM. February next,in some and ALL
Monticello newspaper published otherwise
Jeflerson printed 'in
CARRIAGE REPOSITORY County,on the first Monday in or ittre5lr the estate
to do) Gins if possible superior to any ever in the
Middle Circuit
of the State
May Si-ction of Florida. of James Moorelate of
next 21, 1, 5 South Conntj.Fb
Township Range Jetcrqon
BY MILLER & BROKAW2'alfihastec manufactured in Southwestern Georgia. Hethinksthat t QUI CY. Florida, October 10, ISoO. Given at Chambers this 5th
and East or so much thereof as will and satisfy 5l'ttmbe. Ib5. rida deceased, are hereby exhibit 'brir
pay every experience enables him to make a This i is to certify that have examined notifodo I
\ Florida. Maria Talaro'i double Taxes due the State and year's we the Gins 'THOMAS. Judge.A claims and demands within t\o !years from this date
subscribers would inform their County, to l 15 S I besides costs and char. little better article. of John M. Jarott. of this place, commonly known true copy-Attest, to the undersigned, or the same will be barred; and
TIE Being pract icalmechanic,and withal.deterine as the McCarthy Roller Gin,(for Sea Island Cotton,) OSCAR A. MYERS, Clerk.
Said Lands all indebted the said
nd and the public in general ges. are situated! in the said County of persons to deceased, are
that none but Gins ot the very first and have seen the same in operation. We do nhl LONG, ARCHER CORLEY r.
I that Jefferson and known to make immediate
the quested
they are receiving a large supply' as Barbour Hill & payment.
Trct. ufactured in his he feels them
shop injwarranting hesitate to that, in the
say our opinion, cotton Solicitors
prepared Complainant. JAMES
ol and I ti gics which they oiler JOHN WOOTEN R. TUCKER Sheriff
(u'.act to operate to the satisfaction of the purchaser. lie for market by this Gin is cleaner 5, 1S50.
or preparedin 3
,for Fte on most reasonable terms. Pmon. Tax Collector for Jefierson County. September ; will deliver them free of to ant
purchasers better than from Roller tfto.dm'r"Jefersn
charge at.. style Gin
wishing to and 2, 1S50. any we are ac- County October
buy, are requested to examine No.tmher 43 Cm '
cal their Chancery. : :
their stork. October id. I .IO, ----- -- plantations.All quainted with We do not believe that 1 he staple is
4 Jefferson County Tax Collector's Sale. engagements made with his travelling Agents, at al injured by said Gins, and think cotton from MIDDLE CJRCUIT OF FLORIDA.AT Valuable Lands for Sale.

Tax Collector's Sale.BY BY virtue authority veiled in me by law, 1 shall or order. to t the Proprietor at Palmyra shall be will command a much as any olhei Roller Ginwhatever. CHASIBCRS, August 29, 1SiO. be sold at pubic auction, in Quincy on

virtue ot the vested in ex-pone loi scle before the Court House door in prompt attended to. Sill for leave to tell Land. WILL ,the Jay of t tot
I power me by law, I Monticello Jefferson Repairing properly done in the most durable SJ'LL WOOD, GIBSON John P.Duval and Ann et JanuQTy.IS51.
: hae levied upon and "iltepobe to nle.betor County,on the first Monday in manner. $HARRS F.Durl aCompJan'ts."S. tracts of Land belonging to the estate ot Reuben B.
February the West i.of Section 7, in Town Hicks deceased.
.. the the first Court Monday House ui door June, in next the t.town at (the of usual Madison hours on of Still) ],ot Range5.rorthand nfxt East, or so much theie- Randall's CCJ- He &is Co.'CAST also Agent IRON for the HORSEPOWF.RSUGAR sale of Chapm3n bOne of the above Gins can be seen at Mr. David The Heirs at Law of David M. Sheffield, deceased, One,trac i is in Calhoun county' o the Apalacbi-

1 tale to the higlie-t balder, the following described of as will pay H. Armistead's Taxes C. Wilsn'a store in Tallahassee. They are war- whose names are unknown. cola a few miles below Ijlount'slownandcontains
Land, lying and being in the County of Madison due the State and County amounting to S.r 3:, be- MILLS in Sj'lhweter! Georgia and Florida. ranted to perform well. All orders promptly; attended IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that nearly 2000acies of Land. It isjsuppwri
Contracts be made with
sides cots and can my Travelling Astents. to. JOHN the heir at law oi David M. Sheffield, deceased
Florida, tiz: (charges. Said Lands are situated in M. JARROT. that there are from three to four hundred arm
the said Any information wanted with regard to the cost and do not reside in this State, but in the State Connecticut o
of QuincyOctoberl9.1S0. 41 7t ot land from five to six hundred of
County ,
.t The S 1 | of theN E 1 of Sec 20,T1 I.R G, Sand : operation of these mills, can be obtained by addressing It is Ordered pine acres
JeiTerson.JOHN : That the heirs at law of
E.. as propeity of J. S. to the WOOTEN, mock, and from 1'ifJV to 1200 acres of the liciat
IJdtrlon. pa. Tax Jefferson me at PalmyraLee Coanty,Gtorgia. Pure Sulphate of Quinine. said David M.Sheffield do appear and answer to t the cane-brake or river-mud low grounds. 400 KTO,
and costs due on same for the 1 b 46 Colector County. .
t\E1 carl : November Mach 30,1850. 12 Jy. said Bill Complaint, in this within fourmonths
.. 41.; 4 S, '43 t. and ':io.TrieNhoftheN. 2. I 43 3m TiE subscribers have on hand two hundred and case fled. or thereabouts are now open for cultivation.The .
from the date hereof
.ind Ordered
W J of Sec T1R5for ounces of Sulphate of Quinine, which they : further improvements consist a dwellirj-lww
(, I CITY COTTON WEIGHER. Dr. D. Jaynes' Family Medicines o
That a of this Order be published
have copy ,oncea with four twelve or fputteen excellent
taxes due Irom 1510 to 1S50. I obtained direct from the manufacturers, and rooms some
t Also&, El NCSec I1andWNV4Sc THE undersigned PUHLIC COTTON WEIGHER, /COMPRISING his Txpetoranl. Hair Tonic Alt they will warrant it to be a superior article. week for the space of four months in some news- negro cabins, a sugar mill and fixtures, other
orhe City of Talaha"e. havingjuit returned \ terative. Hair 'c Balsam, Tonic paper printed in the city of Tallahassee, State of all and in ani repair. .
12, T I, R 9, N and E., purporting to belong to J. J. from We have enlarged our stock f Drugs and Medicines necessary out-buildings new
Underwood, for taxes due therein Irom 1SJ' to IS51) tured t the North wit tlO pair of Scale, manufac Vermifuge( ,Sanative Pill,and Agllt Pills,for sale bv I by recent an ivls,:md are prepared to execute Florida. The plantation i has been newly 1 fenced in,and isJi.

f THOMAS M. ANDERSON, fi'ljiuted aiid certified bit the Inxpeclor oj SHIELDS &. GOLDWIRR. I order for articles in our line, at wholesale or retail, THOMAS BALTZELL, Judge.A vided into four shifts. There is one field of 120.
I Ii Scales Weights of theYVio York June 15, ISM. 23 than Qaincy Fla.flr. true copy-Attest. in ol fine ,
Sheriff and ex oiLcio Tax Col. Madison Co. ant CUtom on the most accommodating terms. ere now sugar cane luuriat frowlS
i t : November 30, 1 1S''). 47 Cm I llauie, i! now prepared to received and weigh any \\e have also a few account yet due to us forth* OSCAR A. MYERS Clerk. planted mostly within the present and last jnt.- 1
(' .r Cation! bro-jght to this Market. He will attend at S. P. Toxviisend's Sursaparillu. year 1S49. The are generally in small By HUGH ARCHER, Jr., D. C. The purchaser might safely calculate f miiirj
he Depot at within i/ Dr. Sand amount. Aiiansf 31, I".SO. 34
or do.
the 4m
place limits
Sheriff's Sale. any ol the but if the whole could be paid it from SOO to 1200 barrels ot"syrup from Ihentocsin
City at the shortest ntice. In conjunction with the Dr. Wod's do. far towards shorty. \ go this field another Cotton, Tcbareoinl t
BY virtue' (Jf 1 \'Tt of fieri facui. *, i-sucd from tiw Cotton weighing i he has a large yard j in the tear of Dr. Bull's do. liquidatingcedain LEWIS AMES.we 0\e. Holmes Circuit Court. Corn can also be cultivated year.mo-t successfully. i

"office of the Cicut Cuurt for the Countyiit Messrs. KIKKSEYand WILLIAMS I STORES where Dr. Comstock'a do. JuneSISi0.! 22 & Richard Boyd, ) Competent judges pronounce this to be tie but

Leon, Middle Circuit FJfri.la\herein Fairbanks he will receive COTTON FOR WEIGHING OR ON Dr. Comstock's Pain Extractor. vs. > Bill for Divorce. tract of Land on the River. PersoM

dc t Valentine we i IIiutl'! ,WI.liettoti J FLJicr] are de SrORXGE. The sul
feu'hot.I have UI)11 an I wi oxxtc for pale, expeiience for the last three years at the Depot June I 13,1550. 23 tlJan Quincy, Fla. the undersigned i make JT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that Muse, ot Quincy Rev. Jesse Coe.of Jactsmn nm- I

Ix-fore the Court ]I"ui,>(dtior in city of laUahaol' will, he hopes, bring him the custom of the Plantersnd :. the next Legislature wi the State application of Florida to Sarah Bod.lhe Defendant, resides beyond the jurisdiction ty, near Ochesee, Rott. S. Hardaway Colombo
WoodrtifF's .
fi the first Monday in Janunr next, wlthinlt'gal I. \ Merchants generally. Oilice in the rear of Mr. D Dysentery Cordial for a charter tor a Plank Road from Ocala to the, ot this Court, and out of the State of Ga.,James Drummond, on the preml eS. r the subscriber -
and Ycrztalfe
bourn, the following( Cib I pmjicrty, to wit: Kirksey's tore, where subscriber may be found at .I Florida: near Grove.Brunswick,Va.
of Silver Dialcnd
One ucgro mal' .I,1"e. Henry, aged 3u years. alt limes.i Iut her',Frtn.1; and Liquid Cathartic, head Sprizg.DAVID! PROVINCE, It is Ordered, That the said Sarah do appear, The other tract of Land is io Gadsden cmtJ'' :

Also t. a !ro girl Jinny, Jiged I 13 year CHARLES A. N\SH. Dr. Gordon's Anti-Biiiiuui Pills, JNO. G. REARDON plead. answer or demur to said Bill of Complaint miles sout t h-ea3H rom Q')i ncy, $the T ilahauD. .

Levied upon 1\the property If A. J. Filer, and to City CotuJ'tglur.. Dr. latin's! Compound Syrup of Naplha W. S. HARRIS withinthree months, or said Bill will be taken pro having Wm. Jackson's tract on the ;

b bold to ft.f.)' t aid writ of lien fanu: S/ptc'mtr '1, 1S-V 1. I Dr. I.ill'd Tonic liitlers,Tonic PilU., and Vermi. C. A. M. MITCH! EL confenso against said Defendant : man & Muse's on the:south,and contains SOOacrt*.
I fuge, Coidial ,
A. A. FIShER Jlnd it Ordered, That this notice be LaLTmnOne.fourth
isjitrthtr The island Cotton this i
sea finely on .
Sherif Notice. B. A. C grows
Hin woua aiJ letter Ointment French Mixture
Br HALEY T. S. \nER. published in some public newspaper printed in the of the purchase aoD2YW1
:0\cm1Jr 3d( 1850. 4 tn TIm firm of Nash &, Taylor is this day dissolved Dr.SI'ence1 Vegetable Pills and Hitters.. JOHN SCOTT AN, State for three months con euli\ev.; Aur. 5. ISO. be required in cash and a credit of one, two ia& 1

mutual consent. Those indebted will do us Dr. Mury' !Su-zar Coated Anti-Fever Pills, G. GEORGE S. HAWKINS! three years will be for the balance the purchaser
A. B. the pleasure to settle as soou as possible. Dr. Lert: !Vegetable Universal Pills, tS. UHo\'N. Judge Western Circuit. bonds given with secnritJiW'
CLAK executing approved
(FORMKRI/ff ) M. NASH, Dr. PClet'Vegetable PilU, September 23.1S30. 38 3m the bonds interest.
.ITILLM4N. SIMEON carrying
October I, J. L. Eye'Salve and Thompson's Eye Water, IEL\'SON. -
TAYLOR.The Mitchel"1 F
93 JAVlNG: purchased the interest of Mr. 195. ni, Bitters and Life Pills,. County. St'pt.8. [21] :' Notice. 0BURWELL B. WILK
liH in their old business, can be Dr. Rose's, Cough Executor of Reuben B. Hd: ,dees
'fj. business hereafter Syrup Agency of creditors, legatee, entitled to dis
r found at their old stand on Manioc street, will be conducted under Hcnuine Stouzhton's above ALL persons November 91550. 4-
Hitters. The
wheie he will receive in a few dajs from New York the firm ot NASH &CO who respectfully solicit ki and remedies sale \el DR. FITCH'S CELEBRATED MEDICINES. or otherwise interested in the estate -
own popular for
a share of the patronage of the citizens by of William of Jefferson County Flor To Planters.
one of the tot complete assoitments of Jteody- generally. SHIELDS GOLDWIRE, )ULMONAHY BALSAM, Pectoial Expectorant Woolenlle
nude! Clothing and Gttitltmcn'g Goods They expect to keep on hand a general assortmentof J. Liniment Pure and Medicinal ida, hereby notified to exhibit their received their Fill
Fancy Good Medicines June I 15,1S30. 23 tlJan Qiiinry, Fla. Pulmonary Cod claims and demands within undersized have just
two from TiE
and this
ever off.-redin. this market. AUo, a general a.snrl- such other articles a are ------ Liver Oil, Anti-Djspeptic Mixture, Nervine, Vermifuge years dateto of' Plantation Goods, which tbJ cf'er
ment of .*Vr/icA, Knglith and Belgian Cloth, generally kept in their line of business. A Icoliolic Extract Cauuali Indus Depurative Strop, Heart Corrector, humorCorrector the undersigned or the same will be barred; and lor sale 00 accommodating terms onsisting10P'of

t Black and Fancy J"t :in3 and Cassimers, Black October 51850. 39 NASH &CO. XX Collodion or Liquid Adhesive Plaster, Cou-li and Cathartic Pils, Female Pills, all make persons immediate indebed to said estate are requested to the following:

awl Fi ueitd & ;, Catftmere, and lrtlvctlrcttin New Stoves. Philotoken, Nervine, Female Specific, &c., &c., him constantlyand payment.R. TUCKF.R Blanket*-London, Duff!, Mackinaw,aid Grr
IX3, which he is prepared to manufacture at Nerve. and Bone Liniment. For sale by with unprecedented success in the treatment of JAMe Sheriff Plains-all wool and heavy.KerseysWashington .
the hhoitesl notice and in the most approved style. .JUST receiving from New York Cooking Parlor, SHIELDS &GOLDWIRE, Colds, Coughs Consumption Asthma, Heart Dis of County and ex officio Adm'r. ,striped and Goorynloiri *-

The community generally are respectfully requested Air Tight Stoves ot' the most approved pat June 15, JS50. 23 ( Quincy Fla. eases Dvsitendia. Scrofula. Skin Diseases.. Rheumatism Jefferson County,September 28, ls0. 33 3m !.iILqPifnCV *and nlain ColoiS. .

to call and examine tuy stock befoic purchasing else.where.TallatiaiseeOcIoberI2,1S3O.40 terns and latest styles. Call and Examine them.T. ,-Female- l Complaints,-Piles,&.., &.C. Notice. Cotton snab -r-i.b; ; shirt ings, prints flanneishandkerchiels :
( WHITE CO. New Goods. Dr. Patent Silver Plated .
unequalled Abdominal
& "itch'l ,shawls and w<
., ---- September. 37 months from date,the Executor negro caps
lF5t I OPENING a large and carefully selected stock of Supporters; Dr. Fitch's Improved Patent SIX the last will and under5igne I a large stock of r'J ;:eU.. HEIR &.RUS.October

:1 Valuable Negro for Sale. THE TRUE MEDICINAL ttrilania and Bright Metal Ware Steel Spring Shoulder Brace; Dr. Fitch's Silver Inhaling deceased, late of Gadsden County, will apply Williams to the, 26, Ib50. 42

FOR sale a Negro fello v, aged about twenty-four, COD LIVER consisting in part of Tea and Colfee Pots, French Tube. Judge of Probate said County.for a final Notice.
.' !ag and well made, a capital hand in a Turpentine OIL Coffee "'ilteres. Pitchers,Candle Sticks of different( settlement from said dischargeand '

;:.:.". orchard, and a good cooper. Enquire of the USEFUL in the cure ot Srofula. Consumption, qualities Jelly Mouhs.Glass Lanterns,Cake Bj\es DR. FITCH'S CELEBRATED SIX LECTRE SAMUEL up WOODBURY estatt. Ex-cntor. SIX months after date.application will be'JeBB*

undersigned at Monticello. ,Cughs. Cannisters, and i variety ot other which GII: I the prevent icn and cure. Gadd > Honorable Judge of Probate of '
artice n County,
.j September 21. 37 u
October2t3,1.42 WM., C. CLARK. .and diseases of the Chest and Lungs. A supply they otter for sale on reasonable ttrms. Diseases of the Heart &.C., an.l on I the method of h5. fim County by the undersigned,Administrator disb3&of |i'
-------- ot f this valuable medicine i is jut received.hib is Also, on hand a full and extensive stock of Tin preserving Health and Beauty to an old age. This. Notice. Ellis, deceased, late of said Coanty, for

BOOTS, ,SHOES and for,sale HATS by AND CAPS just warranted pure and of very Ware of every description, manufactured by book should be in ev. ry family. To the Consump months after date the from said administratorship. pOWELL-
For sale by LEWIS & AMES. good workmen,and at fair prices. live it points out t the only rea.'onaLhope for relief. S of the late undersigned.Administrators CHARLES L.
A GEORGE I. BESTWICK. May 2 1850 20 Tallahassee Lead Sheet Cistern To directions it ( Robert Fisher will present Jefferson CountyOctober26.1850. 42 em
1550. : Fla. Pipe, Lead Copper, Zinc and mothers, gives for the care and t their final account 1.- I
October 2G. 1 42 to tbe
and.vouchers Judge of Leon
i Pumps for sale. Job education children -
and invaluable.
1'i.Roofing are 73,000 copies I
Probate Court
Gutering. and a.k
I li Cash Advances. Sight Exchange Work executed faithfully and despatch. of thin book have passed through the press, and the tale. for a discharge from said es- Just Received and for Sale,

N NEW YORK, and MACON T. WHITE &CO. salecontinues unabated. For sale by S. S. Fitch R. 1A BARRELS Roe Herring,
O SA\'ANNAI & W. FISHER,7 Family
,I TiE undersigned \ill make liberal cash advances for sale, in sums September 21, li:) 37 Co.,707 Broadway, New Yoik and by W. E. FISHER, < Admrs' ll1 I J "

I shipments of COlOI.. catisigned to J. L. I. THOMAS. J. PERKINS Notice. SHIELDS &GOLDWIF. July 'f. IS.Vt. 2S fim 60 Extra and Western Floor,
tYork. October 12, 1950. 40 Agent Marine Bank. 10 Whiskey
S\I\LLWOOD, GIBSON! &HARRIS. TiE subscriber having fitted up the TANERY tJ-: Dr.Fitch's Guide to Invalids,l Directions to N otce. No. 1 and 2 Mackerel in quarters, haIU', an

Q.iney.lovember 2.16:0. 43 4mRoadymade Notice. this place known a Baker's Tanvard, has persons using Dr.Fitch'sRemedicsto be had,gratis, months after shall whole barrels
". noon hand and will of all his SIX datt. we apply to the Y
kinds bO
keep of LEATHER Agents. the -
al of Probate in A large lot of Soap,to be sold low by
Judge and
ad creditors, legatees and entitled for sale and will have BOOTS and June 1 15,1850. 23 lUau for Benton 5Ot
Saddler. to ; Goods,"<
ALL. persons
Clothing made SIOE Count v.for discharge from any further admin!*! Also, a large lot of heavy Dry _. .nI11
"I in the estate of John M. to order. He has on hand --
.'.'ceivtd from York a
ii1 lak a lrook superior I tied on the estate of Charles Laing,deceased,late of 81500 worth of heavy Shoes, besides "
late of Jefferson County, deceased doubled.soled NEGRO SHOES. He would here
and Sad- are re.
; .I Utffi' *'Jjllly of Clothing of Hats
| Ready.made not- SHIELDS & GOLDWTRE Benton County, South( Florida. assortment coarse by
the tiedlhattheirclairni I and demands will be turn his thanks to the citizens of Gadsden and the
d/ary, -\hicn! are to public on October 28,lS5O. 43 S. S-
.Terms. HEIR RUST. the expiiation of two years 'from this date unless (the adjoining Counties for their past patronage and say HAVE just received a large and general assort J.C.T.JF.NKINS'j Am.rs.June22,18.SO. .
J rCtuuhlt October 12, IS50..o & same are exnibited to the subscriber; and all persons to them that he will continue to manufacture Lea of Drugs, Medicines, Chemc ALLE 5 An Entire Stock of New GO

who have any demands against said deceased, are ther, Hoots, and Shoes, at his old stand in GadsdenCounty Pat Oils, and Dye Btu which 24. 61 receiv pet BS

J t Notice. hereby notified to present t hem without delay .and near Qnincy. He will be glad at all times most reasonable cash or approved Notice. HEIR 4k RUST have just of V"**
those indebted to said deceased are now'called uponto exchange! any of t the abovearticles for Oak Bark, credit. Persons wishinggenuine unadulterated medicines Coe, a large assortment

1 "r7 OUIl weeks after date, I \rill make application toJJ make immediate payment to Hides, crippled negro boys, or his own paper. will do well to call and examine their stock IATILL.besold at public outcry at consistiegof ,.ns'
i Broche PoP
I tin loo1,1e A McDonald, Judge of Probatefor JOSHUA TAYLOR Sen., Adm'r. $y Good Boot and Shoe makers of steady habits, before purchasing elsewhere. V V Columbus County. Figured LacMne. Brebani
f.f leave to sell the real estate of Jefferson County, October, 1S5'''). 42 3m can have employment. Quincy, June 15. 1650. 23 than -,-, -'-- : Flotda, on the first Monday in January Jenny Lind Silks. Figured SilkS,

t : Wa R PaUison. late of said County, viz: w. H. MCMILLAN. next, the wll known steamer GLASGOW.This .- Figured Cashmeres, Venitian
d Notice. Lustres,
r Two Lots in the known JETNA INSURANCE Tallahassee,February 2, 1850. 4 Boat has running on the Suwannee for the Brocade figured Silks,
ly PeLLfl'Champ'I
; Xoo. 167 and 168, in Section Ma a L HARTFORD, COMAN. S TX months after date,the undersigned will make last two years, draws 1 inches light, and 2 feet 6 Pain De Lame, Cloth BIk Printed and col' D L'' '
inches when ,
M. ANDERSON application to the Court of Probate of loade. will carry from three to five Lyonese Cbmerth
TJOA Administrator., BUILDINGS, Stocks, and Cotton in Ware.house Notice. County for letters of' dismission administrator IAn of hundred hales CotO: Her Engines and Boilersare Peruvian Silks, Embroidered SiIW.

l t November Sbc. ad cli Ct loss by fire. ALL persons having demands against the estate of the estate ot Joseph W. Lea, deceased.a of excellent workmanship and in good condition. Glace Silks Washington SiS ""
1 Dotted
LEWIS fc AMES, Willis, late of Leon County deceased, JOHN McDOUGALL, Adm'r. Her timbers are sound, and with a moderate outlay Satin de Chine, Lice,

\1 Notice.T7VUR January 26,1S50. 3 Agents, Tallahassee. will present I them Io the undersigned within the(time November 2, 1850. 43 6m for repair of Wheel Houses, etc., she could be madeto Armun Silks, Figured and Cap firedB'

'I prescribed by the statute,or this notice will be pleadin answer a goo purpose for a tow boat or for trans- Black Gro de RhIne Plain Chin.
L \reeVs after date, I will make application! to bar of their recovery. Carpeting, &c. pottation of ht on any of the Gulf rivers. In Florence and Oil Silks, Black de

i Jj the Honorable A. McDonald, Judge of Probatef. Blackftmithing.rpHE JOHN R. CRUMP, Qualified Executor. ROLES two and three ply Carpeting, Wool, the hands of an enterprising individual or company, 30 pe fancy bon't Ribbon, 20 Lace thte Capes.* *",**IBJ.

l I .tr Madison County. fur leave to soil the renl cbtat cfHcnry .. undersigned respectfully informs October 26, 1S50, 42 8t 5. hnadsome Hearth Rugs. she can doubtless be made a profitable concern. 75 needle-work Collars, \ 25 pe di'

I S I)..Jourd in,doeeaed,(f nid County Y Forty J. the public generally that, having 2 pieces Green Baize for sale by For further pailicularr, please ei.quire of Capt. 20 pr '$ Cnfft, O Pc WOV Cam

: I I acres of Land, l'i and bein i the County ( bd.J **.*.: eaiployeda: a superior Horse SIt r, he ij Guns.NOW I October 19. lSO. 41 Carpetinl.tYRD CO. DANIEL' BELL on board, or to D. PERKINS Ladies Cravats,Kid Gloves, Linen W0I5"
; ; k
ft I "" now picjuied l to execute ail wOlkll1, that Hue in a SMITH,&q.t Columbus. kerchiefsBategeSilkDeLalnea
b THOMAS M. ANDERSON superior manuer, and on usual terms. opening, ( two barrel Purcission Patent :' GUNNY. Sea Island Baging, New Terms made known on day of sale. with a variety of fancy articles too ash

,i: and ex ttfitio A
f 16,1650.Sherif June 29,1550. 2* tf Gum. [Oct. 19.1&0 41] C. C. BYRD &CO. October IS W. 41 F. H. FLAGG. : ColambajFa.OcM2, IS50. 40 Sentinel. see m. October 25,

t. i