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 28, 1850
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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.
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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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r I HILTON &DYKE. TALLAHASSEE t l FA.t SATURDAY, DECEMBER{ 28, 1850. VOLUME n-NO. 51. t f. '' ii iir E

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SENATE PROCEEDINGS The Committee on Enrolled Bills report,as correctly enrolled, the Was read the second time. ""r f I"
following bills, viz: Mr. Forward ment of a Governor's Secretary and! Clerk for tho Executive Dp. ;"I 1
TUESDAY, December 21, 1850. moved to amend said bill by striking out all after and for other ,
An act for the relief of :Mary A. Hardec and David Platt; the enacting clause, and insert the folllowing: !25 partment, 1815, purposes, approved by tho Governor July :', } I
i The, Senate met pursuant to adjournment An act to change the name of Maria L. West, and "That hereafter naturalized citizens ; J!\. J,r \I
voting at elections, shall not Was read the first time and '
Ir. Pratt officiated as Chaplain. } ordered for a second reading to-mor-
The Kcv. An act to establish the rates of Wharfage, Dockage and Storage be required to present their certificates of naturalization. f
! being present, the proceedings of yesterday were read in the of West ofIonroo.: On row. )
.\ quorum i City Key County which amendment the and '
yeas nays were called for by Messrs. Bill to IKS entitled An
approved.. W. A. FORWARD, Chairman. Baldwin and act to amend an act relating to the duties of ;
Avery and
that ho would at future ask leave were: Tax Assessors and Tax Collectors, and for other I \
Mr- Averpave notice, a day, Which was received.Mr. Y Mr. purposes, aPl,rov. :r
CaS-- President "
i t to( introducea bill to be entitled, An act }providing for tho increase Perry, from the Committee on Taxation and Revenue, made Johnson-1. Messrs. Brown of Columbia, Forward, ed January 9, 1819!); .. i '* ,4i' .t l
lrt1I1r.hool; 11 Fund from the State Treasury. the Was on motion of Mr. Johnson, taken up, which together with r 4
following Messrs
: Nays .
; report -
( Avery, Baldwin, Brown of Hillsborough, Bud- House bill to be entitled An relating::
notice that he would, on some future day, ask act to amend an act to the
Mr. Perry ;gave The Committee on Taxation and Revenue,to whom was referred dmgton, Crawford .
Finley Maxwell: McMillan: \ .,
Moseley. Perry duties of Tax Assessors and Tax other
\ti\e introduce a bill for the relief of Abncr D. Johnson. House amend tho duties : and for -
\ : to bill to be entitled, An act to an act regulating Smith, Stewart, T'\Jlor-I3. purposes ..
I )lr. Forward, pursuant to previous notice, introduced a bill to be of Tax Assessors and Tax Collectors, and for other purposes, Said amendment was lost. Revenue., were on motion re-committed to the Committee on Taxation and ,-' :

('n::.J'..Jn act to enable Executors, Administrators Guardians: having had the same under consideration' leg leave to report the Said bill ordered to be engrossed for a third reading to-morrow. The ""
1 1 to sell the real l estate of infants! ; sameith the following amendment, and ask leave to be discharged House bill to be entitled, An act to incorporate the Leon and Governor following message was received" from his Excellence the A. !, -.- ,
: Which was read: die first time, and ordered to a second readingtomorrow. from the further consideration thereof. Gadsden Plank Road Company :
; EccnvE CHAMBER, December 23 185 01 '0'
M.\ S. PERRY Chairman. ,
1 Was read the second lime, rule waived, read the third time by its The Honorable R. J. FLOYD +
1 The President presented! the petition of sundry citizens of Leonuuty Insert in the title,after the word purposes," the words, approv- title and on the question of its the and ,"
in relation to the removal of free from the State. passage, yeas nays were : President of the Senate: 'f 4
negroes d 9th HHUJJ"rhich : \
} January ; leas-:Mr. President, Messrs. Austin Baldwin Brown of
SIR1 ,
Avery have
i Whid.t\ \ rend, and referred to the Committee on the state of was received, said amendment concurred in, and tiw bill ; Columbia, Brown of Hillsborough Crawford approved and signed the following Acts ,"it.: t I +
Buddinglon Finley An Act
to establish
the Commonwealtli.Mr. ordered to be placed among the orders of the day. i Forward, Johnson, Maxwell, l\lclillan Moseley Smith t the Fees of Notaries Public, in certain cases, ,. '\
Jerry, in the County of Munroe
Mr. \%t 1, from the Committee on Corporations, having been The following message was received from tho House of Representatives -I Stewart,Taj lor-18. ; .
nxjuested by the Hon. It. J. Floyd, President of the Senate, torintrodaco : Nays-:None. An Act for the relief of Levi F. Miller of Washington County ;". 1 -

as provided 1 by the rules of the Senate, a bill to be entitled Horse OF RKPRESKXTATIVES, December 3-1, 1830. Said bill pnss<'C1. Title as staled. An An Act Act in for relation the to Pilotige for the Port of Key West; .,: i. 0
relief k
In act to Incorporate the A pn1lchicola.Iutunl: Insurance Company, Honorable President of the Senate: Ordered that tIle same bo ceuinud 10 \1au liuuao vt nv '...........- .4._ _. .. t ,... of.George. I .,M.. .Hamilton 1 ; ,'
did FO accordingly; SIR: -The House have: adopted the enclosed Resolution, in which lives. An Act to amend an act entitled,"An act to re-establish the Records
". Which\ bill was read the first time, rule waived, read the second tho concurtenco of the Senate is respectfully requested Bill to 00"entitled, An act for the relief of J. L. Wyman; of the County of Jackson, and for other purposes;" 1
time by, its title, referred to the Committee on Corporations, and 75 Respectfully, Was read the second time, and on motion of :Mr. Maxwell, refer An Act prescribing the duty of the Register of Public Lands, '
i co I,pies ordered to be printed. II. ARCHER, red to the Committee on Claims and Accounts. Sheriffs and Solicitors, in relation to the recovery of Estates escheats "
j Mr. Austin, from the Committee on the Executive Department, Speaker House of Representatives, House bill tojbo entitled, An act for the relief of the funds for the ing or reverting to thc School Fund, on account of a d rect of heir _
made the following report: Which was read, and said Resolution ordered to be placed among education of poor children in the County of Franklin ; or next of kin, and for other purposes; ",
The Committee to whom was referred that portion of tho Gover the orders of tho day. Was read the second time, and ordered to a third reading to-mor Which I have caused to bo deposited the office of t'le Secretary 0"
nor's Me sage: which relates to the salary allowed by law to the The following message was received from the House of Repro row.Bill of State. ,,: ,
Governor of the State of Florida. beg leave to report: sentatives: to bo entitled, An act to amend an act amendatory of tho THOMAS BROWN. ; t'
That they have had the subject referred to them under consideration HOUSE or nr.l'nr. r.xTATlYES, December 21, 1850. several acts now in force, in relation to the assessment and collectionof Which was read. j '.
and for the reasons given in said message recommend that the Honorable President of the Senate : the Revenue, approved January 13, Ism ; The following communication was received and road from the Re- ,.
salary of the Governor of the State of Florida, be increased to the Sir: The House have passed l the folly wing bills, viz: Was read the second time. gister of Public Lands: : 1

earn; : of two thousand dollars, and report a hill for that purpose. A bill to be entitled, Au act more particularly to define the dutiesof Mr.\ Moseley moved to amend said bill by inserting in tIle fifth OFFICE OF TUB REG1 TER OF Pcnuc L.VXD; '; .'f
JOSEPH:- AUSTIN, Chairman. Weighers of Cotton in this Stile; line of the first section, after the word Hernando," the word Tallahassee, Dec. 24, 1850.; 5
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Which\ was received, and said bill ordered( to be placed among the A bill to be entit.edn! act to repeal an act entitled an act explanatory Madison ;" To the Honorable R. J. FLOYD, : '
orders of the tll Y. of the several acts in relation to the :Migration\ of Free Which was adopted, and said bill ordered to be engrossed for a President of the Senate : ." '.

Messrs. Brown, of Columbia: and Taylor, from the'Committec on Negroes of Color into this :State; approved January 13, 1819 ; third reading tomorrow.Bill SIR:-In obedience to the following Resolution of tho Senate, ;
tk Executive: Department: made the f following minority report: A bill to be entitled, An act to provide for the payment of the to be entitled, An act requiring to bo paid into the School viz: That the Register of Public Lands be requested to furnish the f
The undersigned! ,a minority of the Executive Committee, to whom Florida Volunteers called out in the year 1819; Fund money derived from tho sale of slaves under the act of November Senate with a statement of the number of acres of Land granted to .
teas: referred so much of the Governor's Message as relates to the A bill to be entitled, An act to change the name of Ann Burnley, 22,1829!); the State for the purpose of fixing their Seat of Government, where I .
increase of the Governor's; salary, beg leave to dissent from the report of Gadsden County, to that of Ann Wilder; Was read the second lime, and referred to the Committee on the same has been located, and what are the conditions of saidgrant .0 t,
of the Committee, believing the salary now allowed by law to A bill to be entitled, Au act to authorize Joseph Sierra to build a Schools and Colleges. to the State;" I have the honor to report as follows: That by an act ;
teanijily Mitiicicnt for the services and sacrifices required of the Executive Wharf in the City of Pensacola] ; Blouse bill to bo entitled, An act to incorporate tho Ociila and of Congress approved :March 3, lSt5, it is provided, among other ::

of this State. A bill to be entitled, An act to amend an act concerning Roads Wacissa Navigation Company ; things, that "there be granted to said State," (Florida) "eight entire .
KOB. BROWN, and Highways, approved Januarys, 1817, especially for the County ; Was read the second time, rule waived, read the third time, and Sections of Land for the purpose of fixing their Seat of Govern 0
"')1. R. '1'\YLOR. of Duval; I on the question of its passage, the yeas and nays were : men ." i s

Which was read. And a bill to be entitled, An act to Incorporate the Jacksonvilleand Yeas-Mr.\ President, Messrs. Austin, Avery, Baldwin, Brown of The eight entire sections thus granted have been selected by the .

Mr. .Smith!'; from tho Cormuitteo on Propositions and Grievances, Alligator Plank Road Company. Columbia, Brown of llilsborongh, Buddington, Crawford, Finley, State, and reported to the proper{ Department at Washington for approval t ,
made the following report: And also, the following Senate bills, without amendment, viz: Forward, Johnson, Maxwell, :McMillan\ Moseley, Perry, Smith, but that approval has not yet been given. '? .
The Committee on Propositions and Greivancos, to whom was Bill to be entitled, An act to amend an act entitled an act for the i Stewart, Taylor-18. Tho following is a list of tho Eight Sections so selected and reported -
referred the j petition of Angel Lopez, of Monroe County, having duly protection of Fisheries: on tLc Coast of Florida, approved Deccnibei Nays-None. viz: r.

considered the same:: beg leave toREPORT 17, 1815; I Said bill passed. Title as stated. The South half of Section 7, Township 7 South, Range 17 East.
: Bill to be entitled, An act for the relief of the Heirs of J. Under Ordered that the same bo certified to the IIouso of Representatives. 'VestbaJ.foC II 8, If 7 H II 17 If :?: 4'

That: it by the said petition that the name of the petitioner wood ; West half of 17, It 7" 17 If t '
was appears endorsed on an indictment preferred against one William Bill to be entitled, An act to amend :an act entitled an act for securing Bill to be entitled, An act to amend an act amendatory of the Pilot East half of "IS, 7 it U 17" ,
Liens Mechanics: Overseers and others, approved December laws now in force in this Stale; 'I It
Entiro 19 If If
7" 17
and such 1
Walsh, for assault and battery, as prosecutor, as was, under \
Was read the second time and ordered bo for .. %
29 1815 to a fI
in the ; engrossed If 20, 7 11 If 17 If
the: laws of this State, responsible for costs t event
Bill to be ('ntitlclln act providing new modes of investing tho third reading tomorrow U 1.. 21 If 7 If If 17" .
that the prosecution! failed : that at Spring Term, ISm, of the Circuit ,
Court of Monroe County, a nolle prostcqui to said indictmentwas School Fund; and also prescribing time at which the first distribution Bill to Us entitled, An act to amend an act approved January 13, If If 29, ft 7 If If 17" __
entered by the :Solicitor of the Southern Circuit, without the of the interest of the School Fund shall l be made ; 1819, which provides for the election of Judges of Probate by the U If 30, If 7" 17 If .
the is alleged And bill to be entitled, An act to amend the Eleventh Clause of people; .. 32, H 7" 17" .
knowledge! or consent of said petitioner, on ground, as
that of the Fifth Article of the Constitution! of this: State; and also to ajiiend Was read tho second time, and ordered to be engrossed for a 'TJ.wow TA .r w .11 1:... .f'n: ,n aP.1 Tw. _..... .L_ 17... f ".
of the absence of witnesses It further appears two of the Twelfth Clause of the Fifth Article of tho third raiding io- jorrow. 0 llrlll l e, c lll'dV In the '-'Ulll1.) 01 +4r iY3.
the principal witnesses, who had been recognized to appear, could an Constitution act amendatory of this State and adopted by the third and fourth Gen House Resolution relative to the employment of a clerk In theCoaurtroller's "What are"the conditions of the grant of said Lands'to tho I- .. '
not, by reason of their absence at different points on the Florida Ora'ce; Stale" can only be determined by reference to the terms of the '
the election of to tho People .
eral Assemblies to Judges
reef, be present at Key West to attend( the trial of said Walsh ; and t>o as give Respectfully, Was read the first: time, rule waived, read the second and third grant. They were granted to the People of the State for the purpose \

upon a proper affidavit made and }presented to the Court, the for- H. ARCHER, times, and passed. of fixing their Seat of Government" A former Commissioner ).
fi-iturc of their recognances, which bad been declared, was set aside house Rcjirfscntalircs. Ordered that! the same bo certified to the house of Representatives. of the General Land Office, Richard M.Young: ,Esq.,in a letter to S

and vacated by the Court. Your Committee are of opinion that Which read and said Speaker House bills ordered of to bo placed among my predecessor, dated September 10, 1847, states that in his "opin +. '.
the lK' 'tioller should not be made responsible for the costs in the the was orders of ,tho day and said Senate biils;:ordered to be en- House bill to bo entitled, An act to ascertain and def n3 tho boun- ion the terms of the grant require that the whole of these eight sections 'I.
case:: because it was not his duty to sec that the witnesses were pre- dary Ihe of Calhoun County; shall be located in one body, at such point as may be fixed up- -_
sent to testify; and further, because he is not chargeable with ab- rolled. Was read the second time. on by the proper authorities of Florida as their Seat Government, ; .
fence: of the witnesses. The nolc proscqui was not his act, nor wasit ORDERS OF TilE DAY. :Mr. Maxwell, from the Commi'Joo on the Judiciary: offered the and that the Scat of Government of that State should be fixed upon ;t 1; t,
entered with his knowledge or content. It was the act of theta House bill to he C'11titledn act for the final removal of tho Indilns following as an arnea/ment to said! bill : the Lands thus granted." If the Legislature shall concur in this i'
:'-; by its representative, and it should pay the costs in the case.It now remaining: in Florida, beyond the limits of the Stale ; The amendment reccxramdsd by the Committee is the following construction of the grant, it will be proper to prepare either for fixingtheir V, ;
is only in cases of the trial of and acquittal defendant indicted Was taken up, and on motion of referred to.tLo Committee, on : "Seat of Government on the lands granted," or to relinquish the t....
for an assault: and battery that the law requires the name of a prosecutor the Judiciary. Estween the words Washington:; end according,"in 1he 10th Slate's claim under the grant, or to petition Congress for a chango S', ; ,
l! to be endorsed on the indictment, imposing the costs on the Bill to be entitled, An act to change the time, when Grand Ju line of the first section, insert tho following : in its terms. But if the Legislature shall not concur in this con '' '
prosecutor., Your Committee are clearly of opinion that the prayerof ries shall examine the account of the County Treasurer; Also tw! boundary line between Putnam, Alachna, Duval, and struction, then no further legislation in regard to the conditions: of.: : i
the petitioner should be granted, and they herewith report a bill Was read the second time, and ordered to be engrossed for a Marion Counties as now declared by Statute ; also the boundary the grant will be necessary. I". 1 ',. .
fur his relief! ; the passage of which they, without hesitation, recommend third reading: to-morrow. lines between St Johns, Alachua, Marion and Duval Counties as I have the honor to be< 1.\ r
House bill to bo entitled, An act more particularly to define the they listed before tho creation of Palnam County, and also that Very respectfully, your ob't. sv't.. 1 t' 0 ,
D. J. SMITH, Chairman. duties of Weighers of Cotton in this State; part of the boundary" :line between the Counties of Duval Und Nasgaa WD.. S. WALKER, \ .:
Which was rcceivwd, and said bill ordered to bo placed among Was read the first time, and ordered to a second reading to-mor extending t from the bawd of Tho 3' Swamp to the head way Register of Public Lands. '1' !; '

the orders of the day. Ura of Big Crc- k. On motion,250 copies i of said document were ordered to be printed. I ,.
Mr. Taylor, from the Committee on Internal Improvements,made row.House bill to be entitled, An act to change the namo of Ar:. Mr.\ Mazwell offered tho fellovflng! : as an additional amendmentto :Mr. Finley moved that the Senate adjourn until Friday next, 11 t', \; :
the following report: Burnley of Gadsden County, to that of Ann Wilder; the amendment proposed by tho Chairmen of the Committee on o'clock, A. :\1.; ... t aid
The Committee on Internal Improvements, to whom was referredthe Was read the first time, rule waived, read second and third times; fhe J udiciarv,\iz: On which motion the yeas and nays were called for by :Messrs.. j .
petition of sundry citizens of Escarnbia County relative to road on the question of its passage the yeas and nay were: Add after the words Big Creek," tho following, and also the Moseley and Forward, and were : .4 i:.
duty, with %instructions to bring in a bill in accordance with the sugpes Yeas-:Mr. President, Messrs.! Austin, Avery, Baldwin\ Brown of boundary line between tho Counties of Franklin and Calhoun, and Yeas-Mr. President, Messrs.Austin, Baldwin, Brown of Columbia : :
lions of the petitioners, ask leave to report the accompanying bill Columbia, Buddington, Crawford, Fiidey, Forward, Johnson, Max. between the Counties! of Franklin and Gadsden;" Brown of Hillsborough, Crawford, Finley,Maxwell: Taylor-9, .j r" :."
aa d to recommend its passage.! well, ;\lclilIanloselc:\ ,)", lerrSmith, Slewart-10.( Which was accepted, said amendment adopted, and ordered to bo Nays-:Messrs. Avery, Buddington, Forward, Johnson, McMillan,. '. t r 1\
WM. R. TAYLOR, Chairman. Nays-None. engrossed, and said till: as amended ordered for a third reading to :Moseley\ Smith-7. i ,l-
liich was received, and said bill ordered to be placed among Said bill passed. TItle as stated. morrow. So said motion was carried, and the Senate adjourned until Friday l :0"
the orders of the day, Ordered that the same bo certified to the House of Repre enla. Bill to be entitled An act in relation to roads in Escambia Count 11 o'clock, A. M. : ,
Mr. Maxwell; from the Committee on the Judiciary,made the fol. tines i }
lowing report: House bill to be entitled, An act to provide for tho payment of Was read tho second time, end ordered for a third reading to A BILL ,t t>
The Committee on the Judiciary, to whom was referred a bill to be the Florida Volunteers, called out in the year 1819; morrow. ;
('ntitll.'dn act to ascertain and define the boundary line of Cal. Was read the first time, and ordered to a second reading to-mor. Bill to be entitled, An act for tho relief of Angel Lopez; To be entitled, An Act to amend An Act relating to thc duties \' "
bun County, have had the same under consideration, and beg Was read the first time, and ordered to a second reading to-mor Tax Assessors and Tax Collectors, and for other purposes," approved : '.
leave to row.House Resolution relative to adjournment of the General Assembly January 9, 18-19. 04
REPORT: until :Monday next ; row.Bill to be entitled, An act to amend an act entitled an act to exempt SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House ofRepresen- .'0 ,
That the inconvenience to citizens of }having the boundary lines Was read. homesteads from execution, attachment. and distress, approved : olives of the State of Florida in General Assembly convened, That ., !'I" '
between the different Counties a matter of uncertainty, ought to Mr. Forward moved to amend said Resolution by adding sine die ; March 11, 1815 ; ; from and after the passage of this act, it shall bo the duty of the 0
strictly guarded against; and where this uncertainty exists it oughtto On which amendment,the yeas and nays were called for by Messrs. I Was taken up. : Assessors of Taxes in the several Counties of this State, to attend .. .
to be remedied. For this purpose, I am instructed to recommend Baldwin and Austin, and were: Mr. Maxwell moved that all after tho enacting clause to strickenout at the times and.places fixed by law for receiving returns of taxable > '
the passage; of the bill, with the accompanying amendment, which Yeas-Messrs. Austin, Forward, Johnson, Moseley, Perry, Taylor ; : property, from and after the first day of January until and including: f f t
i* intended to reach cases of doubt in reference to other Counties -0. 0 On this the yeas and ntys.Vc'e called for by Messrs. Baldwin and the first day of Juno in each year, and the assessment books shall be :
than those mentioned in the bilL hays-Mr. PreFidentI'ssrs.: Avery, Baldwin, Brown of Columbia Avery, and were : kept open until that day; and all persons not rendering in to said '.,

A. E. MAXWELL\ Chairman. Buddington, Crawford, Finley, Maxwell, McMillan, Smith, yeas! -Messrs. Brown of Columbia, Brown of IIillsborough, Assesssrs by that day their respective lists of taxable property, shall
Which was received, and said bill, together with the amendment, Stewart-11. Crawford, Fi'iloy, Forward, Johnson, Maxwell, McMillan:\ Moso- be double taxed in the manner now provided by law; and the said 4
ordered to l he placed among the orders of the day. So said amendment was lost. ley, Stewart, 1'8)101'-11.' Assessors shall, ox or before the first day of August in each year, ", S

)Ir. Maxwell also made the following report: I The Resolution was then put on its passage. Nays-:Mr. President, Messrs.!! Austin, Avery, Baldwin, Bud make out, in the form and manner now required by law, the assessment r'
The Committee on the Judiciary, to whom was referred a )bill to On which the yeas and nays were called for by :Messrs.: Forward dington, Smith-6. books, of which one shall, on or before the first day of August t
lie' entitled, An act to amend an act approved January 13, 1849, and Avery, and were: Alll of said bill after the enacting: clause, was stricken out.Mr. be forwarded to the Comptroller of Public Accounts, and ono S
which provides for the election of Judges of Probate by the people, Yjeas-Mr. President, Messrs. Austin, Baldwin, Crawford-1. Maxwell moved to Insert the following amendmont proposedby delivered to the President of the Board of County Commissioners. ,&.
have instructed me to Nays-Messrs. Avery, Brown of Columbia, Buddington, Finley, the Chairman of the Committeo on the Judiciary; SEC. 2. Be it further enacted, That hereafter all taxes assessed ,
REPORT: Forward, Johnson, Maxwell\ McMillan\ Moseley\ Perry, Smith, Strike out all after the enacting clause and insert: That the: pro in this State, shall l become due and payable from and after the first ;.'' i
That they have considered the same, and are of opinion that itshould Stewart, Taylor -13. visions of the first section of an act to exempt homestead froro execution day of October until the thirty-first day of December in each and t t'
be Passed. They recommend ((:that the last five lines be Said Resolution was lost. attachment and distress, approved March 11, 1845, in favor every year; and it shall be the duty of every person liable to pay tt ,.
stricken out, inasmuch as Judges of Probate are not required to give House bill to he entitled, An net to repeal an act entitled an act of every farmer seized and possessed of forty acres of land, be, and taxes, to pay the same to the proper officer on or before the last
tend, and therefore the provision made by those lines, would seem explanatory of the several acts in relation to tho migration of free the same are hereby extended so as to grant a similar exemption,under mentioned date ; and in case of fnilure to do so, the respective Tax s p'., ,I t .
to be unnecessary. negroes of color into this State, approved January 13th, 18-19; the same restrictions, (except as to the requisition that he shall actually Collectors are hereby authorized and required to make distress and
I am also instructed to report that the Committee have had under Was read tho first time, and ordered to a second reading to-mor have in cultivation at least ten acres of land,) to every owner ofa sale of property for such unpaid taxes, in tho manner now provided V : ,I

consideration a WW to be entitled, An act to amend an act entitled row. dwelling house and the lot on which tho same stands, in any city, by law. a rf, +'I
an act amendatory of the Pilot laws now in force in this State, ap- House bill to be entitled, An act to authorize Joseph Sierra to town or village of this State, provided said owner ahall actually reside SEC. 3. Be it further enacted, That hereafter the Board of Coun .
I'roved' January 12, 1819, and consenting to the expediency of the build a Wharf in the city of Pensacola; in said house," ty Commissioners, in the respective -Counties of this State, shall 0., ,
1'ropoaod' amendment, recommend the passage of said bill Was read the first tune, and ordered to a second reading to-mor On this question the yeas and nays were called by Messrs.' hold their especial sessions for the examination of the lists of insolvencies ; '
A. E. MAXWELL, Cfairman.mch Baldwin arid Avery, and were; and overcharges returned by the Tax Collectors, on or before
\" was received, amendment concurred in, and said bills or- row.House bill to bo entitled, An act to amend an act concerning Yea -Messrs Brown of Columbia,Brown of Hillsborough,Crawford the ,fifteenth day of January next after the assessments shall '

d eKxl to be I placed among the orders of tho day. Roads and Highways, approved January 5th, 1847, especially for Finley, Forward, Johnson, Maxwell, McMillan, Moseley, have been made.
Mr. :Maxwell reported further: tho County of Duval ; Stewart, Taylor-11. SEC 4. Be it further enacted, That it shall bo tho duty of the

lue Committee on the Judiciary, to whom was referred a bill to Was read tho first time, and ordered to a second reading to-mor Naya-:Mr. President, Messrs. Austin, Avery, Baldwin, Buddington several Tax Collectors in this State, to settle their accounts with .
j* entitled An act in relation to naturalized citizens voting in this Smith-6. the Comptroller of Public Accounts, and pay over to the Treasurer : I

StJ.te. and also the substitute therefor, have.instructed me to report: row.House bill to bo entitled, An act to Incorporate the Jacksonvilleand Said amendment was adopted. of this State tho amount of taxes for which they are respectively + ,
tit 11U1.t they! have: the same under consideration,and are of opinion that Alligator Plank Road Company; Mr. Maxwell moved to lay said bill on tho table ; accountable! on or before the third Monday of February in each &' 1 +tt I
, e substitute will hest accomplish the purposes of the bill, and Was taken up. Which was carried. year, instead of the fourth :Monday of the November previous as ;
erefore recommend that it be passed. Mr. Avery moved that the rule bo waived, and that said bill bo House bill to be entitled, An act for the benefit of Dr. Thomas M.I now required by law; and upon failure to do so, the said Tax Collectors 4 P i ,
A. E. MAXWELL\ Chairman. read the first and second time by its tide, and referred to tho Com Palmer, and Doctors Taylor and Palmer; shall be subject to the same penalties as are now Imposed by l
. ord) 1 Vhrch was Deceived, and said bill, together with said substitute, mittee on Corporations; Was read tho first time, and ordered to a second reading to-mor. law for failure to settle and pay by the said fourth Monday in No. .j '

. )end to be placed amr/ig the orders of the day. Which was carried. II row. t vember. 1 "
" follow;; Forward, from tl Committee ou Enrolled Bill, made the"uig I Bill to 1 1.c entitled, An act in relation to naturalizpl: citizen voting Bill to be entitled, An act to amend an act entitled an act fixing: M. S. PERRY Sf ,' .
'. report this and authorize the appoint, Chairma Cammittc& Taxation and Revenue.
J1 in this State ; tho salary of the Gwemor of Stale 0 .

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.' Bill to be entitled An act to tax slaves brougU into this for The \\i i.h to c'neeurnge rl'ltl! sttkmneii.l t 0; l Iat pfiort to I bo fu'ile! and vain 'be'
i .rnm.\T, December 27,1830. State [be jlorbii1 & J1t1umll rt free ,!I.8.e Ti oj ihe South rnn! t be )
f; me ; Xf f. .. \lt3 can-Independence a
The Senate nu-t.l'tl.'S.I:11t to adjournment. ? n V/as. ,read the first tim?, and ordered to a second reading! to-mor. -' -- -'.- ?eUlcrewhttner citizens. ;or alwnsiutM.ay ; ifwe must. > j if

-I TIle Hc,'. Mr. PraUollirialedasClwiLun. ;. : .. vA ru"* ; ", '' Ii".\.' ,"."'':7 .t 13.:H1LON. &.C. E. DYKE 1 :\ t become citizens. *T r.; \ 1 have the honor to U

I quorum being present! yesterday's poecegi'w erc read. and rf Hoase bill! t! be entitled, An net to provide- for,tho payment of" ; : '. EDITOHS AND PROPRIETORS.' ', Not n word was said! in Congress yesterday Vry respectfully,

1 .rFoveI.b t. ': the Florida Volunteers called out in the year 1849; ___j._________ -= :-.:=-, :k. I in relation to: the disturbing. question. ": lour obedie-nt ert"'nf

.fl31t1)111 according to previous notice were introduced and referred tho BECEHBES JOHN H.;
l'be oWns read thorfecond-tinie, to Committee, on SATURDAY, 'DE 23, 1850. ; FLOyD
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I' 4i* viz: Claims and Accounts.House -..-- -_. .'----. .- Virginia. The --- --
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t J5y; Mr. Avery : biil t tH ll'lontitJln act moro particularly to define the J3T'We arc requested to fuy that the- Exercises cf Gov. Floyd sent in the following message following appears b the A\ewY
Uiilllobo cntiUvHl, An act providing for the increase of Lie duties of Weighers of Cotton in this St.te.; ,r CLAVTOX"S School for Young Indies will com to the Legislature of Virginia on the lth, Zrwsx: *

.4i 1 %'!iool Fund fwnr ihe State TreaEurylAe ; Was\ read the second time, and ordered to a third reading. to-mor- Mime ra W&Incaday the 1st January, at the School which it will be noticed makes a very imH[ r- Important from South, C& lina.

i \\ \\ was mxd the] first lime, r.nd ordered to a second reading ro Ho tie attached to St. JtJm's Clmrck recommendation. The Richmond Enquirer The following telegraphic uW htnu
tant -
w.Bill to be entitled, An act fixing the salary of time Governor of understood if the reaterenbrook remembers *

.1 Also.7bill to ho entitled, An act providing for tho establishment thU State, and to authorize the appointment of a Governor's Secretary Or TIio second and last number of Ca comments at considerable length in approval of South Carolina, that (T'

a : ur two .* 'mi:1ufL'S: : of Learning; and Clerk for the Executive Department) and for other purposes nil hlus" is necessarily omitted food:... ofthe Governor's proposition. In their to the President of the United| states tOlomunitztcd"

( \Vhioh was read tho first tim?, rule waived, real the second time ,'approved by the Governor July 25, 1815 ; remarks tho editors : clution of one of the branches of 3 ft I
.: by its lit!?, nnd on motion! referred to the Committee on Schoob Was read the second time, and ordered to bo engrossed for to- Ozr By reference to yesterday's proceedngs "The object contemplated by the proposedNational ture of South Carolina;"' requiring the l#j4

and 73 ordered to be printed. in the Senate it will! bo that the t\ the l(,.
and Collie"5, copies morrow. seen ; Convention, is the complete) and effectual ernor to ascertain from t J Federal
.. I BJ M r. i'crry: lIu1JiU to bo entitled, An act for tho benefit of Dr. Thomas I .' question of slavery has been referred to a I settlement of the slavery question and the purposes for which atldhioua! authorit
S A hill to bo cntitta!, An cot for tho relief of Abner D. Johnson ; ):T. Palmer and Doctors Tavlor and Palmer; Joint Committee of fifteen.Legislative all dependent topics of difference between the been sent to ChaiU>ton, and whethe troor'l'

.. Which) was read the first time, rub waived, read the second) time Was read the second timo, and referred to time Committee on North and South. Tho dissensions of the: intended to remain there. thl'j'.

: i 1 f.' by its iitle} and referred to a Select Committee, said Committee to Claims and Accounts. Proceedings. country have been carried to such an extent: There L> but little doubt \rc

oon&t of Messrs Perry, McMillan and Smith. Bill to be entitled, An act in relation to Roads in Eecambia Coun- The l>u>incj of tlw} ws ion is pn esng: with! n1much that half way measures and palliatives can no I (though of, that we know nothingJif1)

B.)' Mr. Smith: f"v J '?patch as circuaictanccs strm to warrant. Thc l longer be efficient, nor can they again deceive: Federal (IO\'f1nent. learning of a d
) t A bill to be entitled, An act to amend tho seventeenth clause: of 'Was read the second time and ordered to bo engrossed for a third Senate has now before it a bill from tie UOOM; in reganl anv one No uncertain, casual, temporary: in the State of South! Carolina to POsitilll

iho fifth articlo'of the Constitution of tills State ; reading to-morrow. t''> the removal of die remnant of Seiuinvlea} now or*provisional tranquilhy! will longer satisfv I I and to occupy Fort MotiUrie( of:the.el2 lln.JI1

: Which was read the first time, and ordered to a second reading Bill; to be entitled!, An act for the relief] of Angel l Lopez, in the State. It ('rnl.oX'l'u the Governor to corresjxroJ the South. The question must any be finally Charleston, felt it to bo its duty p ri or
tO-UlOlTOW. Was read the fl'COUlltim(', and ordered to be engrossed for a third of w <1 '
tIre precaution to
I with the Federal authorities aivl to urge thepu..J'y put to rest-some adequate and trustworthy I pre-occupy that U'niltd
S By Mr. Baldwin : reading to-morrow. I States fort and to be able} .
removal tf the afforded that to
Julian be henceforward
( and authorizes liitn to assurance must maintain
A bill io !be entitled, An act for tho relief ofVrn.. D. Mocle\, Hou-e- bill to be co-optrate with the General Government in any measures it shall remain forever undisturbed by tl-esac- any sovereigns of South CaroS-T
and for other : the Education of Poor Children in the County of rranklm, I
) i-urptwe might fancy to bring
Lavuig for their itc tbo of riligioushand of fanatical interf rt cTlu::(' against it, and
rmrj hence
Which \'ns'1"e:1d the first linw, and! ordered to a second readinglotnorrow. "':IS reid (the third lime; on tho question of its passage the "i
yeast a concentration
4 i* doirrt'ole: o1 .xt. It six* autli'Tuca the Governor, must be no further attempt to remove or displace suppose of the Unites Statp

relative Seminaries and nays were : Baldwin Brown whe it t ':'l 1* expedient and proper, to HUMJ a leg : the foundation stone of our Southern; troops there *
Mr. Avery introduced the following resolutions to Yeas-Mr. President, Messrs. Austin, Avery, of I I
] Forward Johnson inient mounted volunteer, for the protection aivl security organization, which is, at the same time the -
; of Learning : HilUboroiKrh Buddington I Crawford, Finley ,
1ratYA1 by tilt: SrnfJJ.c (hid Ilousc of Rrlrcsen.ai: .s of tlLC State Maxwell, .McMillan, Moseley, 1 Perry, Smith-15.: of the frontier, un l for the purpose of cooperating : L keystone to the arch of the Union." Zy TdeffropT to the A": 3*Eiprt& ;

.1 Plm-uz in General AssrmUy rOlWprteJ, Tliat City and County \I\'S-None.Said with the troop of the General Government, and: Tlie course Virginia may pursue, will be S CiujniMTOx, Dec. 12, 1S50

nut11Oitil"s and individuals be and they are hereby requested to reutt,1iL.I : I bill ll'lsi l"1. Titl\:18 staled. appropriates 550,000 for arming,equipping 1 antI prm ii- looked \\ithgreat interest by every section The reply of President Fillmore
<- (!..*..-.1 to tho House of ioumg i ; the troofrt, {c. In cae the Fedoral Government anJ ( ;
1 J I IflL 1 hl't'1rn Jlvt *%v viuwtn UKU uie fcamo uc ccnmca Represents- : of the South. 'Mr. Webster to Governor$clIrk's,
f sfn W: ( f If' ,Wl.llil1t"mt i
\ : \\ nt'" lhl I' 01' County m. tin's tlixlisoa co-operating wit'i the! State in this inatttr deman), ;

Jhoritfes or individuals will contribute in land, }buildings or money, House }bill to bo entitled, An net to amend an act concerning the Governor H empowered, in Itlmlf' of the were why so concentrated many mounted nt Fort United l\Ionltri States; i. .i ft06, .\

for the purpose of establishing a Seminary of Learning, in accordance Roads and Highways, approved January 5th, 1&17, epcci.-dly: fur State, to propose and undertake their removal for the Icsstb'C from the Governor. received, and creates ---'", Ul'tn
a sensation.
with the ;provisions of an act entitled! an act pro\idiig: for the tlie (uuntof Duval) sum of?2OpO,000cn! condition that the United StaUwfunilli EXEC UTI v K DIrArr1-r, The President _I
i in
establishment of!IWO Seminaries of Learning; the contents of said Was read. the second time, rule waived J, read the third time by its nt f jme nvcnicnt point the means f.r thtir Richmond, Dec. 10, 1850. S i i is a question which rej.Kes the Governor substance: that tLij

reports to be kept secret, (desired by those making them,) until title : on the question of its passage, the yeas and nays Mt-ro: traaspTta' i'in, under the charge of a proper agent, to To the General Assembly of the State ure of South Carolina has no or Le Lr
InuiMiiitttHl, to both Houses of th right
< G'neml.\ss'mll.r. Yeas-:Mr.! President, )!Cf'rs. Austin, Awry, Baldwin Drown of their t home in the "WestTha Virginia : oft that t by the Constitution. he top. ,
RffofrctJ 2d. Tiio Seminary of Learning which is to 1 be located in is C mnnnJt'r.
lM district east of the Huwa'iiK-c! rivor, shall bt. located in that Coun. I HilMtorotigli I 1 Dud.iiiigton i : Crawford. Fiuley, Forward, Johnson, Senate Lts al:i befuro it a bill from the II.llC Gentlemen: : I herewith franmit to you a i in-Chief, and has a constitutional l right toils. .
McMillan, Moseley, Perry, Smith-1 1.Navs tablL-hing a Supremo Court, to coiti-t of Preamble! and Resolution of the United
iy is said district, which, in the opinion of thc next General Assembly one { : passed hy the Con. pose forces in j barrseis l
-.011(. Justice awl! two Ai.ciatc Jutice with vcntion of that State and \'hen h-j considers it
preeonta the greatest inducements for the location of said!Seui- Said bill S'c1. ealarie* of I the Report and Resolutions best for the pubfe inter: t
l'I cs ?2, and the { which provides four terms of the : a of the State of
Suary: Seminary is to be located in the district west
Ordered that tho same be cei tilled to the House of Representatives. Court shall 1 he holden in'n afUr the Maryland. The spirit in which! they As he i is not responsible to State.
4)(the Suwandee liver, felitill! be located in that County in the district; YclJ' I eir 1851-. are conceived t snthoritj! t t;
t wfcicb, in the opinion of the said General Assetubiy, presents the: X tAX of one per cent. i!n-- oA
greatest inducement for the location. House bill to he entitled, An act to authorize Joseph Sierra to I up for adjudication i U be paid into the State Treasury and they excite the hope that tLe feelings of ing the inquiry. The letter h very chi.bat
build Whai in the of Pensacola
1 .' 4Vhich were read and .iissod. a City: : The (ite of this bill in the Senate Ls uncertain,owingto bitterness and dissension which pen'adthe very significant. r
Was read lie second time and ordered to third
a to-
4 Ordered that the same be certified to the House of Representatives. the increased expense to be incurred, which sow Confederacy, may yet pass harmlessly away. The Heronry remarks on the above that r,
marrow. think! the State 13lt vnable There are, indeed portentious: inanifestions of "
pnacnt: to beau ShoultJ.e } the
1 House )bill to be entitled, An act to repeal an act entitled an act sensation spoken of" has not reackJ
Mr. from the Committee Taxation and bill not beconiu law there deep discontent at the tiouth; ; and these hate ;
Perry, ,on Revenue, made a will donTrfltto! Ijc tn- "
the explanatory of.tho several acts in relation to the Migration of FreeNezr.es other Circuit cftaULshed i been heightened, and iitilariied: by the course and wants confirrnatioa." f
following : Seine
report amendment to theprt.'Cnt
of Color into this State, approved January 13th, 1849,
in Vermont.
recently pursued! The .
TIle Committee, on Taxation and Revenue to whom was referred Judiciary system peerns to be and Legislature
Fl"e dam
of the '
Was read the second time, and l ordered to a third reading to-mor; necessary l of that State Ins Public Lands. .
iho petition of sundry citizens. of Efeeambia that while the lonlu virtually, by statute, annulled
County, asking a i row. to ifiiaencr, it Trill :.1" There is a bill now before-
r ru
the law of
law be pissed to tax brought into the State from other live an to the! Congress for the recapture gU t.
may negroes eye rvcuinary ability of tIle State tor.TO'iJc
Bill to be entitled, An act to enable Executors AUrninistmtors
I of ing of r
States to bo hired, with instructions to bring in a bill in accordance the )fugilivR' slave, which alone induced the quarter-section Public Land to every
f and Guardians; to sell the Real Estate of Infants, necessary mcanj to meet the rcf.Jm13
with ihe request of the petitioners ask to the Southern! States acqoiesce in the late Corn citizen head of a family who will settle
report contemplated.
accompajiring Was read the second timo, and on motion referred to the Committee upon
l 'bill and recommend its j promise measures. Vermont has thus inflicted ; and! the
) passage on the Judiciary.Engrossed A bill L> abe pending for tIle payment of the volunteers improve same. As an off-act to this

\ .' ?I. S. PERRY, ClMkaum.MTbich bill to l lie entitled, An set in relation to Naturalized called out in 1819. It -will be remembered( that and upon insult.the whole To! neither South: at once an injury magnificent scheme of proviJIr.g: hones in tOO
l was receired, end said bill ordered to be placed amon there! ia i bill to this effect an can: wo with hon.
\ the orders f the Citizens Voting in this tate, on the calendar die House[ or or self-respect st!lu1Iit. territories for the surplus population cf tin

Mr. Baldwin,*) frunxtlie day.; Committee on Engrossed Bills, made the Was read the third time; on the question. of its passage the yeas of readied llepreseiitativca. at W1iinthn i which vat not There must bij" a distinct, immediate and free States, Mr. Meade of Virginia proposes

following report: and nays were : at theja.-'t e-niunc\ringtn the"nohe and corv final l settlement! of the question of slavery! betveen the cession to the States of all Public Lands
ll': $-lr. President, Messrs. Avery, Baldwin, Brown of 1UIsbo- fnpiiiea' ari.iTIg from qt.ticw afiVctin tIle inr.ancncy the slave-holding! and the

't.\ I } The engrossed Committee ihe following on Engrossed bills vLt Bills,beg leave to report as corrccty rough, Buddington, Crawford, Firiley, Johnson, Maxwell, McMillan, *.( the Union and tic intires'j of the} South in r>articular. ing States.: If the present agitation ncn. la\'eIIOId.is con excepting mineral and the sites of forts ic.

: Moseley 1 Perry Smith 13. Frr> the xvLici One or the other of these
A bill to be entitled, An &ct in relation io naturalized citizens m quiet appears to prevail in tinued, the Union will inevitably be destroy propositions will .
I \ ThginthiaState! ; Nays-' esrs. Austin, Forward 2. Con:;re?*,we are inclined to hope that the Lilt may l betaken ed. If this element of discord be removed, carried in Congress before two years Lava '

o So said bill passed. Title as stated. u; and passed at the present ?e"kn, in vLidi no cause of feud, remains elapsed. The cession
A bill to 1 b entitled, An act to change the time when Grand: Julies to jeopardize the to the States is vastly! .;
Ordered that the same bo certified to the House of Rejrcscntat'lVt'S. cae tle Stateill back
shall examine the get whatever may be appro1.riat.cI permanence of our conf deration. No honorable
accounts of the County Treasurer{ ; more to o\ir liking, because it would conduce
by the bill now IJ L n; in the G'nua\.5- means should be !left untried to I
A bill to be entitled An act tH amend tlievcrztt restore
act in the
an amendatory- end the
acts now in foi-co in relation to the assessment :and collec Engrossed bill to bo entitled, An act to change the timo vhcn the oeiKhly -houl l it Income a law cf whkh we f.nfC- and perpetuate tranquiity.! For this we -to -.greater--amount--of good. :
Grand Jury shall examine tho Accounts of the County Treasurer Lend ttare 3 llttla! doubt should! exhaust of
lion of the Revenue, approwd January 13, ISm; every measure conciliationand Taking it Coolly.
A bill t. b? entitled, An act to amend an act approved Januan and Was} read the third time; on the question of its passage the yeas Oi Tuesday,a 111 iucorporatlng Leon and GalsIcii forbearance. \, can scarcely pay too Senator Foote presented to the Swale on '1

11. \. I). IM'J which for tile ck-ction of nays were: .< 1'laiii! Rca I Company paawd tile Senate and on' much for the restoration oftha: fraternal harmony : .
}provides Judges of Probate the 17th, the resolutions! of the of '
Yq. ; bni LegLlatun
Vr P11'i/l Aro qq Ay .i.n.t'r,. Baldwin.. Brown of !
: ly nxjntrod taq"6h..o c.f 4l. Governor v.'bich 5 k the lif -hlood! of federate
Engrossed amendmonf to House bill to be JliilMjorough, !Linlanigton.J.rawford, 1 mley, rorward Jsliason a I our : i 'I
entitled J
An act to as Maxwell! ''. Al-so a bill to incorporate, the OcilLi I I organization, and which alone for Mississippi condemnatory of his tcmduct on '
certain and define the line 1c3I Wan, Mostby, Perry Smith 15. end WaNa can any ;
boundary of Calhoun -
.. Which is res;>ectfully submitted. County. Nay? Xone.Said C'.L.- igation Company paired lLe &nlt,and will I length: of time preserve the Union. In discharge the Compromise Dill, and declaring flat ti& !

JXO. P. BALDWIN Chairman. bill j Kissed. Title as stated. be a law CH soon as approved by the GoMruor. of the duty which the South owes to interests of the State are, in the opinion of :

: \111dl:1S received, and said bilb ordered to bo placed,) Ordered that the same be certified to tho House of Rrcsenta.tIres. herself and her citizens sIlo must maintain, at the Legislature, unsafe in Lis keeping. We

iho orders of the day. among South Corolina. all hazards and at any cost, her honor, her do not perceive that Mr. F.made any remark '1

The following message was received from the Hous I of Hepre.cntl.1l's Engrossed of bill to be entitled, An act to amend an act arrendato-: The Legislature of this State has passed an proof independence of her devotion and her to essential the Union rights.she In on the occtsion-no rhlps his heart was too ,
$ : ry the several acts now in force in relation to the must '
assessment ami
act directing the election of delegates to be prepared to sacrifice to her of full for utterance. ;
a sense .
of the Revenue patrio .:
4 Horse or RR..nrinn\.TI\'T. approved January 1 l.'J: 1S10
-, ?, December 27, 15:0. ; "
Honorable \\ ?13 read lllft thu'J fftiilk Southern Convention. The l bill I the t isflh'The .1''
President of tIre Senate: .. 0:1 flu* ri1'r. :.fln t\f tta *kic,n tT" ffirt *-. ir passed
-n -- -- .' Telegraphed for
'LU' c Daily
I. Sin:-Thc house have passe a bill to be entitled and nays were: 1. o' Senate l by a vote of.10 to 3, and the House late! action Vermont demands: an instant : Georgia
An net to NEW YOCK
settlement of the issue Dec. IS. :J
amend the Charter of the Town of Quincy; Y(' is-Mr. President, Messrs. Austin, Avery, Baldwin, Btown of hv 101 to 10. Those who"otcd in the has so
Also the IIHlsborough I Duddington Crawford neg.rtive long distracted the country. The recent ac. COTTON has slightly 3. mnc(. Sales to-
following :fsenate IJillsi11tout amendment, viz: ;; Finley, Forward, Johnson, : says tlio Mercury .
Maxwell were actuated by Lion of Indiana seems to indicate that the timeis day800 I bales.!
Bill McMillan
to be eutith'd Perr
An act for the relief of Nathaniel. Marion Moscley, Smit1-13.
: ; conscientious scruples to tIle constitutionality propitious for its amicable decision. Fur .
':4 Bill tu be entitled, An act in relation to ;he boundary line between Nays-None.Said ,
"t f the Elates of Georgia and Florida; bill paE: &,. Title as stated. of the measure." the restoration complete and effectual hir- SECOND DE r\TCII. ""

Bill to be en tlaJ. An act filtering the mode and Ordered that the same bo certified to the IIouso of RcpnscnLifivcv. Tlie bill provides that 18 Deputies stall be worry, I would! suggest a. measure, in which NEW YOHK, D,e. 19. \
manner of redemption (the'patriota: of all sections, arid all who COTTON advanced Tie sales
of lands elected reverence to-d.iyc.| ,
purchased by the b'tatc for Taxes ; .11y the 1"1\
; and, Legialature and 2 from and are willing abide amounted to 500 L.le3.!
to tho Constitution Fair Orleans
liill! to !IJe entitled Engrossed bill to bo entitled An by arequoted
An ,
act to amend an act entitled an act provjd- act to amend an act approved' each Congressional District ,
to meet such at 1C .
may.co.operate. }
tug Cir Ihe f purchase, em the part of iht fc'tate! of buds offered for January 13th, IS\\hichpro\idos; for tho election of Judges of
Eale forTaxee, approved January 11, ISm Probate by the IleolileVzs deputies as way be appointed and authorizedby I would recommend the adoption, by the .,

*?aiate bill to bp eatilled, An act ; of the several \ read the third time, and on tho question of its the any other slaveholding State in Congressor Legislature, of resolutions inviting alf the NEW Tons, Dec.20, j 50 P. 31.
amendatory acts passage States of the
Union to unite in delegates COTTOX.-The sales of the reacted
now in force relating io the .mode of yeas nays were: Convention as above recommend, and sending day

.tnc1io:181u t in the House. appointment and duties of Yeas-Mr.% President, Messrs. Austin, Avery, Baldwin) Brown oi with! them I 'in discussing and devising such join 1 Convention to represent the whole! people in a General 800 bales-prices unchanged.No 1

Hilkborough! } Buddingtnri! Crawford which ought to assemble at an tidings yet ofthe Africa.
Fifdey Johnson
t Respectfully, Maxwili, \lcJJiIlalllodeJ, Perry, Smith-,18. measures, as in their opinion may bo adequateto early period-not later than May-at Haiti- J E'iXLI IJ' concert at Richmond was a i

H. ARCHER, Nays-Nolle. obtain the objects proposed by the said m-jre, or some other convenient central point, great affair. The receipts amounted to$17-

$ Mitieli was read], and said bills SfiCfilcr ordered House to l 110 of cHroU Representatives.d. SJd bill pasted. Title as stated.- Convention nt Nashville, and in reporting lor the purpose of bringing to an end all sectional 000. The prize ticket sold for $110, R.R. i

41ho the fol1o\\Jg. Ordered that the same be certified to tho IIcuso of ItepresentatIres. ; such measures to said several slave-holding controversies relative to slavery. To. OAPTS was the purchaser. The average priw
secure that end the principles which should of tickets was :5113.
HovfK or Knransr.xTATivns, December 27 1S30. States ; as when agreed to and
fully confirmed govern the action of the Convention
lonmoUt PrcsiJcat House bill to be entitled An act to ascertain ought to I
: of the Senate and define the boun
: by them, or any of them, will effectually I be announced in the resolutions bv which it is .fi
Kir: TJio IIouso have concurred in Senate I dary line of Cilhoun (County, TTIITIT DE'l'\Tcrr. ;

:J11n.; | to Jx entitled, An act to authorize Henry amendwcnU to Hou e II Was read the third time ; on the question of its tho provide for the same." called. All should be invired: to unite in this NEW YORK, Dec. 2'J, 10 P. 3L
Playback to establish passage yeas rnlfl'ment"h...
are in favor of the The
: ;
a Vary across Escanibia Bay. and nays were : The Legislature have elected LangdonCheves perpetuation arrived, todawith $ j
Yeas-:h.!srs. Forward Maxwell II. W. of:'the Union. and who, to attain this result! 170 and one hundred and fifty"passengers.. ;,
Respectfully, : Moseley, Perry-1. IJanuvt-ll, J.P.Richardson and in favor ::
are oftbe Fugitive Slave Bill honest. The Cholera at" Jamaica :
Nays-:Mr. President Messrs. Austin has abated Kingston,
ARCHER, Avery, Baldwin I Drown Wade Hampton. The election in the District ly and
of I I cordiaily enforced-who are opposd to but is fearful in the interior.
Hillborough, Buddiugton Crawford raging
Speaker House Fluky, Johnson, Smith-11.
of Ullrcscntilircs.1Jjw
\\ was read. Sai.l bill was lobL Ordered that tho tamo be certified to the takes place on the first Monday in October its repeal or essential modification, and who 'lie Tennessee arrived at Panama on taff2d }

House of I next Ala. are adverse to any further agitation of the slavery : the The faxSSa
t Tlio following message' was transmitted to his Excellency, the Representatives.House ( Montgomery, is designated Antelope[ on the 4th.

Governor : bill! to be entitled, An act to amend tho Charter of the as the place and tho 2nd of January, States.que.-tior, either in Congress or in the had not arrived.

I.t 1 SHXATC: CHASIUEE, Dec. 27th, 1830. town of Uuiucy ; 16.2, as tho timo of holding tho Convention, -less than With this this the South will be content The Enpli Steam'f'S:1j arrived at Cl* :

Ills Eicc Henry THOMAS Biow\, Was read thy first time, rule waived, read tho second limo by its if oltacr can only eventuate in tho dis. gres with 370 passengers. *
States solution
Elaveholding shall of the
Governor (f Florida : I. title, and referred to the Committee on Corporations. concur Union. The action of such a I Gold comes in plentifully, and isforth ;:

1 Sin I have the honor Mr. Forward, from tho Committee therein. Convention, successful) and fully sustained i $13 50
herewith to transmit, for the approval of on Enrolled Dills, made tho the per ounce.
; j Excellency following acts: your following report: The election for the State Convention takes by non-slaveholdins States, vould satisfy Tho Cholera has abated at San Francisco.

An act io change the name of Maria L. West ; The Committee on Enrolled Bills report as correctly enrolled, the place on the 2nd Monday in February next, and quiet that, the the South, unsuccessful, it would! Up' tho! river it is more fatal. Business very
friends ;
An act for the relief of :Mary A. llardcc and David' Platt; following bills) to wit : and is to convcned. by Executive Procla. prove of order and] the Union r1it.

: An act to ('stali1i .lt tho rates \\rharfage, Dockage and Storaga An act providing new modes of investing tho School Fund, and mation. are which impotent to control the fanatical) passions The passengers brought among them four

kr; .to, in the City of Key West: Couijly of Monroe. also prescribing the time at which tho first distribution of the inter- are now urging on a speedy dissolution. hundred thousand dollars.TtrapAet1for .
.',. 'st of flirt *llfWi1, IMIII.I til"ill list vrtnrlsiAn The lIon. U. B. Rhett has been electedto It is a measure which addresses itself to no I II I

,1 *vvirj'iuiiuii NE1LL., McPHERSON, Scc'y Scnate. act entitled nn' act for -securing i liens Mechanics, Overseers succeed Mr. Uarmvell in tho Senate of tho particular party, and refers to no political organization tfteDaify GeorgiaNEWYORK *-

and others, approved December 20), 1815 ; United States. but asks the cordial) support of eve. Dec.21.

ORDERS OF TIlE D.' Y. An act to amend the llth clause of tho 5th aitiele of tho Constitution ry true patriot in all sections of cur widely COTTOX.-Sales to-day, (000" bales,sales of

of this State and also extended Republic, and which alone the week bGOO bales. Fair are quoted
to amend an act seems Uplands
of the 12th
House resolution, relative: to the appointment of a Joint Commit. clause: of the 5th aiticlo of tho Constitution amendatory Correspondence of the Courier. adequate to redress or avert the terrible evils at 13c.
tee,'on tho subject of slavery of this Stale, and adopted WASHINGTON under which the
; by the third and fourth General Assemblies December 17. ;country now labors, or of -
.' Was read, on the question of its }passage, the yeas and nays were election of the Judges tovtho j-eople' ; so as to give the The assent of Texas, to the proposals relative which it is apprehensive. Seven days later from Esrop-

I called) for by \I'ssrs. Smith, and Finley! and were: .An'act for the relief of the heirs of J. Underwood to boundaries, was communicated to Congress To render this measure effectual, and to re ARRIVAL OP THE AFBICA.

Yens-Mesws. Baldwin,, Brown of HilUborough! Buddington An act to amend : yesterday the President lieve the deliberations of the Convention 31.ADVAXCE .
an act entitled an act for tho of by The bill from Nnw-YoitK, Dec. 22, P.
Crawford, Hiiley, Forward, Johnson, Maxwell 1 :Moseley, Perry-10, Fisheries on the coast of Florida, approved December 17 1815 for the reduction of the rates of postage and the the trammels by which it might otherwise be COTTOX The steamship Africa

Nays-Mr. President, Messrs. Austin, Avery, McMillan Smith-5. An act for tho relief of Nathaniel P. Marion; ; New-York Mint Bill,were made special orders embarrassed, I would farther recommend that arrived here xx to-day with Liverpool date3

Said resolution passed.Tlie An) act in relation to the boundary line between tho Statesr of I of the.House. Mr. IJentQn brought his Dill such resolutions accompanied with the sincere to tho 7th instLiverpool ,

t. President, appointed the following! Committee, viz: )[essrs. Georgia and 1 Florida; for the construction of a National Highway to and earnest appeal of the State of Vir.

Forward: : Finley, Perry, Moseley, McMillan: and Brown of llilUbo- An act altering the mode and manner of redemption oflands tIle Pacific, and contended that it was practicable ginia, speaking through her Legislature to her of the Cotton tarkcLSales
week 7th,41,0O0'
4 rough, to act with a Committee of nine the of the purchased sister States of the South ending
halt' house of by the Stale for taxes; also) as well as impoitant. entreating them to of which speculators took 1 1,000, and exporters
Representatives on tile subject of slavery.Ordered An act I have supposed that the old States postpone any extreme action in relation
{providing for the purchase, on tho part of the State, of would to 1100. The lower and middling oaUW
I that the tame be certified to tho House of KcproGcnta} lands for sale for taxes, approved January 11, 1S49.W. mako their claim for share} of the! lands which liberations present difficulties, until the result of the de. have advanced t toil, and:Fair U I1.md anJ
\'! such
A. FORWARD Cluurman. they so profusely bestowed ujxnn new States, a Convention could be Orleans advanced d. '
$ House bill! to bo entitled, An act to amend an act entitled an act Which was received.On or gave away in bounties arid charities, or of. known. The restrictive measure which the TIle Committee's| for fstr

amendatory! to tIle Pilot laws nuw in force)in this Stale t approved' motion of Mr. Smith, tho Senate adjourned until to-morrow fered to Christendom.) I was not surprised dent legislature for may adopt, might be made depen. Uplands 73. Mobile quotations 7}. Orleans are Sd. -

; January 12. Ism); half-past 10 o'clock, A. M. therefore, at the proposition of Mr Meade, of their continuation upon the ultimate
l\Io .. Consols
: \: -
z ., Was read the thirl}time; on the question of its passage, the yeas Virginia, to divide tho public lands among the action of this Convention. rOLITIC.L.The Papal are quoted excitement yjr-

and nays were : States, according to their By the adoption of this course it
population i to
: reserving appears subsided.
ozi- Tho
: Yeas-:Messrs. Arery, Baldwin, Brown of Ilillsborough, Buddington ken Chamber of Commerce Manchester, England has t.,. tlie mineral lands for the( o\ nHlIcnt, and me, the Union might be preserved and perpet. The German affairs warlike t1onghnot
the less ,
---I 'f-: 4 t Crawford, Finley, Forward, Johnson, Maxwell, McMillan! up promotion of the growth of Cotton in India, with much twenty per cent of tho proceeds of sabs for the nated in fraternal harmony, or the South cna. settled. The are of amicable settlement
earnestness. Tho
I '. jMoscley, Perry, Smith-13.Jfnys British Government could not )be induced last 60S.I extinction of tIle public debt Tho Statesare bled to present a united and unbroken front to hope an still both

t -:Mr. President, Mr. Austiu-2. I bion of Parliament to respond to the wishes of the Chamber, and by this project, to be provided with a (the assaults of fanatical adversaries. The was generally manifested,

_ __ '! 'Said tJilllasfCt.J. Title as stated. appoint which a commissioner to proceed to India to inquire into the obstacles fund for the purposes of internal improvement first must be tho sanguine hope of all lovers of powers The are preparing of for war.has favorable et-F

IL Ordered that the sauie bo) certified to (he House of Jh'pn'jCntl- prevented an increased growth of cotton in that coun- and education, but not to be restricted? in their freedom and their country, the last must be the feet on prospect the Cotton .Market.peace a
I:. t:1(. try. : dunnbor: now tnU-rtaiua, the.idea of tending a private application to these objects. 'l'hoVesterii solo refuge of Southern Independence only The arriveil out. ThI1
to India. Washington had
COIUIllW:10n: when alt
!4m; "" J.*-' ..,",.. ... ;, .. !..'.-.K.. '>_ ." .. :il ."'s. ".: ,':, ;'" ". States will resict any project of this sort- the brighter hopes are proved by this Africa had enc'untcrcd heavy vl'Jther.i" .


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WK. WILSON & CO. ________ .- P-:;.*. t
New Stoio and NCTV La 1 **.
p1 l< Iii T-i'3a1u-1 '. on the 15th iu-t., at tlia rec- E4k4.1I'r% :' iul 1l1tUE'S, Goods Grange Collegiate Seminary Fall and Wintor Goods. SALES BT EASIER &c. '? fMaster's w

Wru.ani Xcfl Jane, JASE IL ( BLT:: ij< daagh- TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, J. C. DAVIS FCJl YOUNG LADIES, THE snlncriber has just u'pcidan{ otitire nev?block :=:-=:= : ::2 .. .__ : : : ,== t__ __._ tr

'r (f OFFFH for; w!", cheap for caJi or approved creJii T-> CSPECTFULI-Y invites the attention of the inIV LA GRANGE, GEORGIA. STAPLE aihl FANCY UOODrf, snbUt to Solo cf Real Estate and
$11.1 ? afca-rt incut of habile-its: nf the city tf Talbha ec and buY tlie wants of thnreHq1n. MZ: Slaves.BY .
If tj !
Ithi tItAtlI ( rt'iindin. country to hi't hand-icme and well selected La life. A few uavs tJie was in perfoct Bocks and Stationery, Fancy Articles EOARD:: OF IXSTRUCTORS.70N ] virtue of !
fflt ago tock of Fad and IVinlir Gotd.jut received Jrtin Cunieloon nail Black Watered Silk LuitdW, an iatcrlocutcrv d crof die Jia4ge ; .- ..
1.11h.th: (' djigbt .f paren1 % una (ricuc! ; Amonx their aMurtiucnt may fuuud Kouks of tvtTy New York, Philadelphia, end New Orltan, inrh) ,.I 1:. BACON. A. M, Pri.-Kij.ul and Pryrneior.IL Black (*ra de Ilhbe an-1 C4mt-le Silk fai Circuit Cocrt wf tin; Mi Lfle Circuk <>f }?t.- it

4ztJ up'n fair icini, iuul be wry Iltg I- variety and) description. m every department of Literature ding Dry GoorJscf vario'j desrnptions; which hENRY UACQN, A. 1L, As**< eaie PrlucijKil and Blue, Pink, Cherry, and Cwnielc Fl,>reiict% lilt wfJing ui Cbntwury rendered l la a OMW ttrei'i i 7 ..
Ii(' i the 'oU ciibrwe cf duath. Wc mpth e Science irnd the Art*. will he found LaditDress.. rod in great variety cfn Instructor ut Mathematics, Natural 1'kL1O14Ijlhly and Utinriets. trininedrind
nib tht) a'-1! pirrai.s, and cummttnd tlwnijto urn L Bibles, Prayer Books, Psalm aad Hymn Bozz r't !h- andprice, and a oittnent of Cond lot j jRev. Uonnet RibU>n>), Wt do, N'-cfc and Cap ditto t'f die entile wf Jam&i Jlorry ia C iJkur* tf, 4 .

1In JGl' i* able to KU-4SJO tl in. The blowwd Sirtioi"SuSi' Of every kind. and other ullcroens wear ; Jtcsiity, (Harts, fc. ; foots, f 1L TUCKER, A.}!, Lecturer MI Moral Luees 1V L'n EiU,' ".black Silk IAIT**,wide and rut-row. na>I Alexander IL Lnhey and Aim EEm )l- s wife, r .

Ith t little ehuVj-un to come unto.nuand uroits for all dcnomhutitms of religious Chri&ws.! and devotional! SVf; ,, //,//,, and Jays; Gmcerttn and Liquutt, ($ hv, Evi'l-TCfts of CLrl-.iiaiaty, and KLetoiic. Lace CarK* an-1 Collars, Demi Veils, and the M fcnt luirs of Jaute Barry, dictsvid l, twif, 4

fibfti not. fr (4 j Heady-malic Clotting in grtat raritty of t.tlef, CtLELtJL FEltHELIi, Iiwixuctt ia Greek, and IJIim;! arid Grevi Ikire?s9 fur YcSa Barnes IX T itry md i Iiiry IL Barry, ura Defsssiatmts, ':. ci

I NEW PUBLICATIONS qualities! and prices' ; Nfjjro Ker i.,*, Lines, Asrmrtartt Imtructor iu MathfEiatica, Ac. f U-d, White, and Yellow Flannels, I will sell at jmljSc outcry, bttrtth (Joust HM in t

of tlie IVet-lntitrkn (Inireh, fuvJsU-d l by of the Union. of which will be sold at sudh prices, for cash, ; Latin and Fr .ncl} l Lauguage. Negro K* r oys, Cotton (Osnaljcn Cot the (Ildir tcvi4mKt'ur PUBLIC AND PRIVATE LIBRARIES as cannot ftil; i! lo please the most fastidious. PuichasersrreiwwVte Miteu CATHARINE CLAKE, L-i tractress in the DiglLdi Drown nnd lileafhetl! S'neetinjr' 2} yard xrHe Lots st,. 17 and Irt ni Ttll harN.irtn At&fltje.y,

(;4I will, o Tnmdp1 *i
icr i is fovoraUe, if n t, oa the Cral iiur night terms.WRITIXQ. oa toaet favorable to making their! selections t'lsewheiLll \Vr. CHASE, Professor of Vocal and Instrumental ALSO.A and i ftppurttTiaiKV,laa'lv it.t.tips4 l v*..L .

,)&t the 3 I jrztthe t ILdl, repeal, with is; nest t door lo the fx-ntinel Printing; Ocke. complete portroent of fLmhrare anti Cutlery, cinbracnuj ry Al-o-Ea* half c.)? I.ts No. 42 awl 43 ha Tafla. .
AND LETTER PAPER, December 2t, IS JO. 5O Dr. S. 3L BARTLFTT, Iii'tnictor in iln"ic. nliioRt every article of CarpxjnkJr i and Lasaee, in the Nr-rth Addition, antmpruvttl .
ne fldXU af
pua U I by them. The jiroceedBto be ajj.lied at before, GI&Z41, Miicra'aig-Thted Papcra of all colore, Negroes at Auction. As i-tanto in the ili .ical Ik t'artmeut. ALSO, also tminmrorwl.Al .-
vntcGos* TordiiUid auJ Mr.H. MAIiY R JOUIIDAN. LwlructrcsJ in St. Ux3 Salt v.-el-hin-( the ( the fcllotfti t-1v+*, to Tvt:
w a.-i'S Edfry, procunag \N WEDNESDAY, January 1, 1s31, will be scld Dra'ving, pnens| to btblicl, avery Julia .
rn'li f-r thy diurch. BLASE: P.OOKS: '.___J before our Auction Kuoin, Pubtiug, Fuucy Ntudlc Work, d-c. pitperitT artirto f fur saving Perk aee-1 about 16 roars, and her Bifimi "
? A very lar t> assortment Swei1.Q Iron fhnn 1 J hch to 9 jnchw wile, KJlasfod; aboot 12 yrar-i,and Cl arl ti .' .
erTfll t( nani itt 7| o'clock. Tickets oompri m almost every 1 Negro Woinui: a fii>t rate Cook Iroticr Tl3iJW: Ca I'nrdewors
vnriet ECO1TOLIT.mnt Sugar Kettles 25 4U aid t to '
; most uf them of supet ior materials and work- 6U, 80 gallons, ray r .
be Laii at tlie Book Store of William Waslicr and IIOIISP H F. WHITNER Xa
Tiy Cvflt40 nauth servant ; most ju-licictw control it cstrcL>ed l>y the Heavy Hollow-wore, ii. Chcr2 I

Wii *" Co.,at tlufhrug S tore of Mr. .Barnard,and I FOR SCHOOLS, 2 Negro Women-fseJJ hands ; Tc'iieher-) or tbe voiuiqr I.adie', in reference to AN'ax, ypfrn, arid AcLimentm. Candles, R-e. t, 1SSU. 43 t.t

itt d.o door. D.-C. 8. 1S.W.f Writing Hooks of wiperior paper, Pens, Pencils, Reward 1 Man, aetI about 00: years ; ta first to tII..1X expenditures. No parent has ever luul reason (Winter;hrs, 8 Strained by 10, 10 Oil by, Tnun 12 anJ aid linseed ditto, Master's Sale. j
the 11 16
------ *, Ink cimiplahi: extrarn iuuv of his daughter, ty ,
-- Ink-Stand
rate and
: Rulers hile in connexifii Lend Pntty tc, a (l* rtal order of Leon
; Rpcular MesUag cf Florida R. A. all the popular School Co tks now iii use. Lusiness. the institution. On the con.rary UNDER Cucr, ia '
Among and
A Chapter ihiv' umr Couipuuitaib ib..c are tlit. Southern Reader* mid several other tliose who have ifnainirtcd their daughters to tunriy Kentucky Bagging; TJope and Twiait, nin'a*: in the ratue uf .!wanl Jjrmlf*'nl, JRichan -
,!%f\rn LU % an u.xiu-d. Mtjourutlieei' kiEh1y apprarud Southern School, Book very The above Ncgros arc warranted.P.EIU5Y ]. t1:h jjaardfjins-liip of the Principal, have invariably il-lt Sea 1-laad ILurgti,,', &c, &c. But it i w hardly rwcesary l( JUnuIti>r>l. and Tli-mian BnM f tr l, vi. Wm J*. $, 4:. ,

J. B. TAYLOlt, i KOVVLCS, A-iciionecrs. and expreetl their VratifitIiuxi at the ja.viout.! econ- to speak ot p jinlrt unseen : they must lie seta to Crzii lsiru of LaFayette. fair* of J.Jrfi Jud e, af lothtrs. .

jewikT l-'S't. 5U 8fttry.2S STATION EIW. December 21,1 hW. r.O 2t oily uliich ha* been the resell. Economy. a cardinal be appreciated. Please give me c e tlOEO. I will offbr at public sale, l'rp the CWot

Embracing almost every article usually foTmd in imrteusivo virtue, worthy J" cutivatjorm.1)n'Le IL MEGINXIrfS. HIiftu bTh:1.thset, : -, 01 Monday the Ctb iLty of Jan- .

Booktiturc Also, a large noboftiaiait of elegaut Fresh Arrival reuuued 1 Tue.- by, Jaiitisry 7, 1 S. t. November- IB, 1R50. 45 ct uarv next A tract nt* f JifK? erntaininr. tra ,v,..,.. .t& (

JJotice. Of Grocoiiea and Western Frodao Ni'iuW of Graduates, 47. Niuulr of Pupils; during CITY HOTEL oriels, iitsntj all f Keetion l.feicrpttheEast1f "** 1|

> tlie l-'th 1 ; flf SiwmuUor last, a dnor4iip Cfl- FANCY ARTICLES, cew 0rbans Brown the last Scholastic Year, I M.Knfire .4 f &tuiJi E.M*quarter,)in Tmrnflup North, 14pee 1 : j jBF2C.
Cured Hums
0 wa f** edtweoB! WJLVM W1thO 41. Too numerous to particularize, embracing a ercnfrariorr New Yoik Double Ilefim-d Sugar, Susjar Leaf La d in tears, expiate of Boaril Washing; Lights, arch Torj TALLAHASSPIE, FLORIDA. F.t Turm-tls.u. Purihio..rs t .

II. VAN HOIlN, tinder the nnjue aiui ttyle fV11i.ut : of Qrtutaumtal and Fancy Goods, Klo anl ('r'u4icd Sitir, Sal 4r.it us, Mudtttrd, <'?i, fnwi ij'j to% i 7X ilusic.*50 estra Angjeiitor mnis wefl known aM'hmrnt hrwpa5PiJ titlts., F. AViflTNlb18 ;II, "\Vil & < f the Modt-m Ls'isua-jus both c'i.. into tin hand" of tiip Noyernber ? 1Rio 4fi 7t ijEtfer in '" *
X uuttur-tT
on r puqwu Kif trading inlbOkS1 StaiJonory of dame-tic m.J foreign manufacture, Presentation Rio Coffee, Rice, HJjck Pepper, or 15. eil at pror __ Cfeairfcry. < '
Statioaery, and aty Ooods, whidiik Giio4s! nf varoaLjitU, & ? AT. Dried Pieties and Apple Flour,St Louis.Jut.1 December 14, IK'jU. 49 St .. Ijy wh-im it will be kfpi as a Eoxpl- : :

.\ oci nvorcaa b tff niifrori'd avi. Ail of which] are offered at the vary knr *t iccuvcd aud fur sale low fur cash bv said H'.I.IH* i>f fUt'tTtaumu so connection Conunissicners Sale '
WILLIAM! WILSON, TeaelH-ns Traders, aud Merdmnte, supplied on the J. C. DAVIS. Ready-Mads ClothingTJEIE -. with the Jliujf'jr's Hotel Uw rt-r iuiuil suj' rintcn.1- .1AIi.Y E FOKT ?

%VM. M. VAN Hu&N. aiost ntftxotiiriiie terms December 2! IS50. 50 i 11UST lave! jn, ti eKtai>Ii-Ianentnt either vs. .;

p.iib'r 28, I Aim,WM.WILSONf of new clotL"ir t wlwVh, traveHrTt juwf JarJer, will find n l hi!J of Lame ZACTIARTA1I C. FORT. :
L1IAXAC, ais5. of the best that the mstix-t rr'id DeH.butrhtWu1 wifl affonl 1 Tir*!!" of a dt-cruial mier in 1
With all the Fine Liquors. : : c 'hjg of fLrnered Silk, :hittin, and Ca.-hracre B Eijnvtr, rxaj al .' -:.
Tallahassee Big& SoLool. Ironoraieal calculations for this laf Yoi-UtijTsCloth: ; poc kin". and Cahniere Pant 1 and wiLl rereire every 8tt*>t'itB thai their eom- the la?c Term of LefT Circuit Court, we v2t Kerit
itad i, i is uow offered Lr bale, and will be received aud in sture for sale foie f Cash ; Ikaf f fort r.nd -
scut to any r5sT r Cloth snJ convenience shall recjirrc. Tha proprietor : prhuv "iteft*., tin. Court howe iu TaUaLiwee
j'nriM< iift14t.! i qejnt jfl Thav ver. Blanket Overcat Ako, Twcc.-i Sack tnt
THE 1 )f January. Tiie vliolnaNe v or ti IU b euMtl ow part dollar of Fl-vi'U.the; ; 4ezen.JOe4iwber l Price. 12 J cents the &iuglo copy, or qualify, old Peach Drandy, 5 }cars old, cf tra :utl'I Ovotsoats fey bo}f; which thy are prepared to of apj>ealj to tire EberaHty win of the pnbfii; for >*ncfc chare the J"'irxi Mtttoduy in Jnttarif ttext, lie fiilivwcig* -

<"i m'.o four tenu*, tacb term couUtluiiig ..elevenV wll at prices \thch! will give sati ictian to all ** pa. ronajji; as enalikWm to carry out "s purfKt LtunLt, viz :
< 2S i barrel! snpciior C
1 & ? of
O. gifac <
51 tf ikv-.r Uieaiwith a calL ettmff sceh tabltM as sbnll < ifS-r T v C'>nrK''riu ; Ea.t Imli of North Frt qaarter of Secti'an 215 .,

it KSHw liptrnrt'W f( e1* t)o apitativ i in ikying that, Groceries i J "4' IIo.insl old!!Jamaica Rin Jlura, December 14, lSSt.' 49 "> with none other, and kwj) such wtabE biaiaJ 3 a* West half of North Waist qtiorttr, and Wc t kmU E rtyiJuraMm Fruils3TCBTrocehed &c. slallbe worthy of the Capital of the 3 tote. 4Mth West quarter trf ifectwa 22 &S
mid esperietiW, te i?i' v Twnrtwhij 1
imjietanttA&'riinrjt' I 4 Cask old Port Wine
mill cali'' ifucy, the tluttos Clan cnUut While it Will! per ScUr. A ST. McKAY, from w 1 i' Aladeira do., For Sale. S. 3L J LASIEflI Lorth; Ibtnge 1 West, containing 240 aaes,,xacm* ar ., ,.,
render the .f Orleans, iiiatl 1 ui *ti<*i> from other arrivals ovember tS.1A> 4(5( I es.', umimmly known as the Jfe'ort Tract/* .
to lu mmto! pupil thurtHiTltiii t*4itratrfi 1 berrel Pale Sherry do. LI 2! gallon Demijohns choice oW Jaaizica Rum '
25 barr] This ordered
'uj'erfinendwa Flour ss'r t to d&ei
: & 5 hocesCUtierfc, b. mt. The t'jrm.4 will be, uoe-lLird of thw .
will be r-in to tfie Maflu nitic | Pppartinout aslKt 2 10 tespj rich Cherry liounce, purcttusv '
caVuU Cawa
v.'li j VU1'V'' 1wAx'tw4t:1: Jcnovrlodae.Fr 60 bc Chec'c two : .1
tina:'. S bnzes L4uum 4 $ BES'J. F. TiUT.i.R
iiif'fliHtiiiiin; ,
tiiM fuiltii r dativtj to c1ueir *uI 10 k Butter ini'iH great pltMxure iu lecomsieiKiiitg to the ,
8 i-tsTK Grape*. ttie direction of Mr. Villepiegue, a sr-uhute of South .-'--.public Mr S. M. AUli. E. 1AXWL1
jiirrni'i, r. frp' n- > made to I3tv Fafultv of North Carol 1 bag iVcaa Nut*. Catolina Cocue!! and terminate uri the fir.t Monday ; i ing Cite b uulit of expel ience and popularity in CAIt A. itiYI:
rv to con-
l'nr mn. 2 P3
nian Bread
any g i in Jai .t
Kavf h-nll", Xnrrti (,fl"'.1in1 Sugar Cured lianw, e. The rite, of i'u4ln will In* a fi.Ilo s: 20 buithoLi 'Rye. t ItK-ting: a public homy, and who. I awnell assured, CiunnaacMtitxa. ..

Tiati.mp >r term, will l lft! 5f, # 5tr$lO 50, i 1e, for saLk lv A. E. HOC. Pint C/oss-Swliing, KfwJinu; ;, VVritiuj;, AriJbine- Just received and"for sale will not fail to give the tno t entire satijKartion lomy iovemburr3,15(>. 4G Ct SentineL '
Xfttmbt1 tic, and Geoy dj>hy, per 3 UO by
2 S, 185(1. 51 tf ; old patrons, iuid others who call him.
tidm the adwocaiaeiri$ .f f tlie ud may noon
upon ntESSE Second CVasa S. S. OIGET.Poccmber "
-Eruhiating i I lh aborp, with A. A. FISHER. Leoa Circuit Court-In E iuiy. "

t li! P. tf KMITH.R,1Hr LLOYD a PBK1NS' English Gramtuar, History, Compcsition, 7,1R50. 4S Nnvernhr 1 oO. 44CathageBugie.SathUez,1Lrszz Win. I> Musekr, Adm'r. of Satul! ParMffl (kcKOtd, .
and KMTCI- kioeuliuu ,
in Uei1lIIg, ,
JM 12 00 In ,
Dagnerrean Sky-light Gallery] TbJJ-d flats Cianccry..Madison County. iv.. ,
-Embracing the necessary parts fire. TJnln
Hew of Florida and
Goods.brotm. (h'r E Jlartiard's Ifrtu/ Store, of the above, with Mathematics Algebra, BILL FOR DIVORCE. ntlecstr .

T SIirbtn 1uve ut rvedvod per Pit Decetn1t'r28, 1S50. 51 tf Geotiietn-.and Njturjl Phiiosupliy.per! sea. IS 00 Sibs Casou, next friend of Susan Murphy, D. E. HULLS 1. UUSUANT to a kcrvial enter of Coort la flio

Bar.lut It H. G&m"ow, kriti Uu.ou to thtirP4k' Fvwlh L'lau-Thr, Classical Department, vs.Arnold A T ltL cARILCE; RPOShTORY.Barthtt's above came!, I win Sur at public aole teficv flu*
; f uJs in To 1)S enabrcing the with Lati F- C'>urt-H>iu.,eiH TalliiLa t'e, rn. iA* A'rrf 'Jfottday ia .
cowMiug part of site (UfloWing *ui'tI' Hired foregoing, nGretk, Murphy. !;rick IJuil linjr, oIinu for
Vt? &c., per se-sioti, 20 00 aCidavif of( the Solicitor in the above three fuur-st1m January ttest;, at leiwl hours, the f'tTuiwmg1 real estsio .
the first' of UPONlbe -- speiibd i IIOCKA-
day January, m the uraaT term', of fli saT? !
.- yi-Ucw, crut4w4; rHlaCfieRirt. lnT .ji) af T4i tlw estate of the late a The price of Tuition to be paid ir advance. ) Arnold Murphy, si-otideiif in said WAYS, --plcnJid lot of BUGf JIES, with or wirlisuttop Ti iinrtij-v S.uu ParkiulJ, deeeastd,vbt: .
La uyra, W. IL I'rock'ni'TjTrti'rh Wi ftl The attention of parenN and tpianliarH, desirnosof .nil, has removed and still u butsd the limits of -, four TLAE"S WAGGONS, one -He iki-haiil I :>e tt qnarttr, the doutb-mvt quarter tteea.t
OIJOuIaik4-C4Mx i ; anxmrh mi are tif-Ir children or wards School where t ihe Si lie of Florida lia'f' of south-east quarter, and the west half jf
) 4 ; Drama, wreral prfnn.j at : Rxckaway; with harueas cuciplctc! ;, 'which wHi be sold ,1
gnod Lauds
Tew-black and grtxu, Waht irpeutine onistUer l Cookh, they may bs predated teenier Cohece, and whcic // is Ordered, That said Arnold Murphy do appear Very low. the i> nhast c jarter Section three {&). AL.n,Lots T .

rttd-1ilt ind N a ; p,
,sugar fe Boston A. P.ROCKETBiOrGIL AJm'x h invited. Hoard,on the mo.t reasonable terms, Im ThIs date, or said Bill will betaken fronfesses i in Section nine, ((9} ell iu Township two ((2,) n. tli .
Iutkr-bct Go4wB, < D nihlK'r2Sl 5a 61 It i in excellent families,can be obtained. c and that a in-ariiiij be bad thereon at tLe At the OLD STAND, I'lsxnix DulhlIns, Range tame((1,} west, cwiJainin one thousand! acres, j .

I'll,. >s.-siip Hugo, Ji1w4p$1.Eng.dairy A rononon, Notice. U. Z. ARDIS, next tttin of adid Court : j ; Saddles Bridles and Martingales, of avaiSriety more or less, lying oa Lake Jaarkson.Nurthea.itq.arterofk3ectin ',? "

}iur-Ki hera, W*<*ero, BUCwht4t & flvc, President Hoard of Trustees. It U further OrJcreJ, That publication hereof be of styles; Harness of all crfptifjns; } S, T. 1, E. % K aaTE. '! ,, *

.mnine: ud pure r1 j 3lKcrinpr, Adtntni-tr.itor oa the irftate of P. JOH.V S. BROOM, Secretary.D'e made in some ntwspajic-r pubiuihod in Florida, for Axels, Springs, Hubs, Dash Fnou a, CarrLr Trintmi E..*half N. IV. quarter; S, 1'. I, 11. N,fliiii 1. f -
ltp- jrat var4etsSuee1fl1n4) -*- A. Hn>"wait!, late >s and Shoe ISndinss; Trunks, Carpet lii r Vali- hahfN. ?*. t1carter f> T.lrE.2, N. E. ; .

; i giugw, pepper, laaoe, nutmeg, nuikf u retiira of insolvent d,>!it tlu<44. Thoce hod.i not wi4i to be iaclmi.-] in For Sale. A true copy-Attest, i in 1.:* line. K hell S. v. qcurter i, 1*. i>, T>. *, "WJ'. "T* .jf .t

''*.- .i Kfiait variety, tlie list, will Kflflumuer iutiutke paytouut ou or l>ei ire xti HpHE FARM on w bich the subscriber now C. L-CARat'TH Clerk. N. C. Repairing done with dcspatdi. \ baL N. E qnarter *4. f*. ** Tt *** N. T** *-..

Al-' lialmaai*-, 11U*, UYflUt<,citron, appte, tic lir t day of February iuxt. 'ii"i J n -iJo-, containing l'itl' ) huiidred acres: Deceit her 31, !SOU.. 50 San November 23. 1850. 4G tfTAILOSI2TG. Sii'idi-vrt-i quarter zs. T. It r N. E.

tWiiri" dr. i ulp1.s. Jr'ed poadu-Hj caidk', tL'i ., WL WILSO J:! : iio< ) oj' which ic cleared and nnrier a good TEHALE SCHOOL.TiaS AbA N nhi. i.quarter 1 T.'s'pr! 2, s: E -

V'irtf I H aiSjil't J'isa Fulton Mw'kytV 1k'Lvt Thc4ijiw9 I RO. 5! 8t !tfllCc. On the j rini esa pe a gm.d Gni fiotixe atid E.half S. W. quarter S3, T. 2, fi. i,N. E,
i hi\: iuUi ruiTaiUtd our stack <4 funiiturtItanl a Uan.a t'tlerabie' troid Dwelling ll<>t eand other out i ELIZABETH CLAYTON of Chrrle4on T Iahs subscriber would inform the citizens of Ta- S.'tih-enst quarter S3, T. 2, 11. .N. K .
eethat he ban
No tic coniuienced theal o *- hnstne" ,
0. % **T-flEV it. Tf.T"
a'l: huli''vvirt! :$, tryKH liat& and aaddbas, aadiiii utilises, a number of Fruit Trend, and a cnnice Gra i.U Si C., re p xftill3iufijrni tin; ciiwieiw of 'J'a'la- <, and respectfully solicits a share cf public South half I' 5.1, T. J. N. }. v .;'
l u P u w v ijornjilete.S rpHE ,niEu.1tnersIiit, fei'ri'toforeexi ti between M. pery of about lour or five hundred vines' ; ahso an excellent ':. .
;jry 1 bape and vicinity tint ?tr- will i-n the first of Jauuary. 1'atrGnaZe. A3..o, W.half S.W. 2 'I'. IL 3 N K. '
[ *All of wkdb we oSia-;ir mdefln the u-aml tTnis.SicNAVOUT JH, Ibiyw* d. trading trader the name and style sprinz; of water. The linil is ex, Merit, ottHt opt-o a FEMALE KCII'HIL. and wilinl-* their Store opposite the Florida Exchange.iX S. E. of S. qr. su T. it. *
quarter 2 a :i-r.
n ;
4 (* : 'If Wni. Wilson A Co., vr H .bAvi'drn the! 15th ofN d! EIU\\tli. it not bold before the first Jainarv, .
ulioD.cep patT.HK. e. Huvinpr had coiM/ii'm'' !? t-xjKTieiuf as a *- Gjm.ents cut to order. S. .E. ol N. : S% T. 2 It. S K
: rt, Dec. 28, 1 lH, their e
tie tlie bit" fin.i nrc reqw tI I t
Fanning1VOllFOLK Imp1emrzts. the aceointtt of those taiiin! to do o will, after a reafonnble iiiay eitrust their i'.rlr-n to h.-r care. l'arkhiii. ikceast'iLThese !> .

No. 2 Tunroig 1'J.rsrs, Buzzard sweeps, time, be put in tlie iuutds of an officer foreollertion. !- Sale. The fullwiog braieh >f E-lucation will be taught Notice.pHCi'iartncrthin land wd te oficrod in racb blivimsashl1 *

R't'.h'nunn"1, Ax1 Hw-. Sna'kt. Itiikes Fn4 ae none were made escciil on the ca.-li princinte. valuable and extensive LAW and MI CELJL nt the ca< 3ary wies: Spelling. Iteailini. Writing. wLfcklns existed Enderthenomo appear to be judicious at the time cfea!. 1he h > .

(' 1.udiuill lkzrr Mihttie! W2L WILSON. LANtXH'S) L1URA11Y of the late WOliam II. Ari linieticCnimmarIIistory, G sograr>!iysClicinistry, I L raid firm BtfLL & PRATOIUUS, w tlua Aty terms wiO Le one-thinl .a/. and the balance on. ;i ,* '

; .1kerw; ,'. Fifth and 13nastt1i December ?S, I 850. Rl 3tSssds Ilroe.k4ibr..urh, lecrai-e l, will 1 be <,ff,;re l for ale at Philosophy, Botany.Rcr. dissolved bv matuji! coueiit All iH-rnnwrndubte.!to credit of vitf tend tan yrvtra, vAth ittterest. PcrcI Ber-$ \-.

; W1u.j1Iurw C1eL', WUndlie dr., auction *m MONDAY the 6tb JANUARY. 1851. ,. 1l.v.PUEcc1B: the above 6nn will please call and settle with J. B. to pay fc-r Blaater's .

Ju1.t rt-celu-d, aad 1r al< byiNU'UT &:. Tumi" of Sal. -All sun' u' drf fifty do ar cash: : F.II. Rrn-EDGF GOT. THOMAS P aoTrx, BalL,who vrili attend to the sttttlcnieiit of the concern. teles.BENJ.: F. T 1irT5IIJ -.
t Lsrjro and coiapluitassortiacatcf Ereda Goduu6u on aH sr'iii over fifty dollar, bs'clvc niift thj creJit J. IX BULL .
&LOHMOXD.. H flL D. P.Ho..tT, \ t'olIt.. A. Snwr, Jfuster vi Cltaiwti-y. 4.
NV-pvi, Dec.S'U-a*. 51 IL L1 'will be allowed, fd-: iproved security. Maj.r fi. lLtYw.tD, i Dr. J. IL Rawotru.Te'iiki J. rirouurs, November 1C, 1850s. 45 7t *,
Jnj4e1s River Oats, nnuJ.jlauuug Oatahsrnes will Ixs i'rerKtred for distribution as carhas 48 4t November 19. IS0. 45 -

J'ototues for ule iVMCAUGJ1T Notice to Creditors.
The Quincy Hale and Female A ORMOND. ELLEN A. BROCKENBIlprOH, Adm'x.Dneember Strayed JUST rpceired ami for sale by C. C. BY11D & CO., ..

ACABB2IY.PHE Kexrport, Dc 28, Ib5a fil IL 7, 1io. 4b tdjjj" the subscriber Ocklockonee J 10 barrels real Meteor iVatoes, IS LEON CIRCUIT COURT K EQUITY" *
Hsw' Sentinel I'-ensacula Dnnerat.Mnri&unft TROM ot 5 begs superiiiT Goshen IJutter, ilargarut :Butler, JLdia's of Thoa.J.lot ham cSeceesg*
;en (if flu* Institution Will Ijc TC.fUWi.'d1 Wbi qa'-c\LI Favabout the 2l l or 2Jth November, ,
nutlie FJUFI M*,KniY i* FKIHU xnv, lt>51. The Lime. C muit'tt'iul AiIV'Tti-w-r, JarkvtnvilU Nt'vwill, epv, 15 10 barrel Mamnmth Onions, T*. :
.2.i bright sond HORSE 11 hand
.__. or
1 ntitt' I 1)jtaranwrt) : will Kumltjr the 4f 4ii I fCatks Thornasiou Lime for sale by and forward bdk U< the A<3miii>*UMUnx.; _. 5 quarter barrel fresh caught lib. 1 Mackerel, I[L IL 'LV.Andnrrc, Aclrn'r.of James Cony,deceased
uirgc t i:1: :i, vnv thin and spate, wit hi long lej;<, and a r i.if u .u u fNoverolcr a .
AM VNDA O. EKO. aWi-u-d In JMT M4iT and Mi. kJ\J MeXAUGHT 4 k OiiMOND. vl.tte. spot in his lace. Any information will be and others. .
ELIZABETH ATWATEJL"TbJ'iymripaf' 2 Iju. SI tf. Notice. 2S, 1850. 4C TNpuraitr.neeotariorderof the Court matfain tLL
.t1itvt* wporDoe. f fA iiaitkiulJy received, or if required, suitably paid forby
Ji l ha- now obtained what lie Itn for suim time pa-i LL persons indebted to the estate of Janes A. the sulHdftir. Quincy. Notice _1 cause on Saturday; the 9th November,1850,notices

1 -"it Hi.U'avorm* la ecurethe co-ojieration of >nirihiVnartuii'iit. Sheriff's Kale.1st IL Fredeiick, late ol Leon Coutiij decej- Tt4dMtt us wfl 1i )aiI.1 hereby given that the folU \vin? real estate of An- of Thomas J. Latliam, or of the lute firnia cf LathamSLrJunney
cb.wucts .
e u I' th to make the 7 IS
Fnmh i Doembrr 4
r e.1iiest4d to UOIICN1ZIICd ml .
.a'1'1 affvnl cve fueu"itv to Y .unj? Iwiie Monday in February n&d.BY hulte bavins; demands payn.c-ul against the Bailie, are i! ereb\; .h50 _______ _____ __ ___ drew f!, Elizabeth S, and! Honitia C. "Withers, iufant and Latljaci A! Barry, to present their .

in WUWi u tlwrougb Educatkm.Wb in the tolid aud virtue of a writ of Fieri Facias, issued frotatbe tii jotirit-d i I lo prc'eiit idem within t the lime prescribed New Boot and Shoe Shop, heirs of Horatio C. Wither.-, deceased, to wit : c larris for allowaiwc, before rue on or Lciore the 1std

*iruKiuitttal: brandies. The Mi-wes EM>arc rwmimeatlieiu Clerk's Ohce! .t( the Circuit Couit (or the b y luiv.or they will be barred pjiiitnt."i. 2.1.L.q11.qs.sEf:, I'Ll. Lot* 1, 2. and 3. ia fractional Section 20, and Lot t.n 2. iv- of JtsEcary cest
dr,1 i v enthwntuf jj4jj ol Leon Middle Circuit of Florida & fractional -.fU-.u' iljttll in Town-hip 2. North >fnije :EENJ. F WIIITNEn,
The cd..r County ,wherein 1. F. BEAltD! Q laiified Executor.DeremberSI und,'rsi-rned would inform ,
< hii- IHMSU fui' ,.. T1hiE respectfully F We-t, a* described in the hooks ff tie Lane Dated Pth Nor. 18"0! ilastur in I
scral year* tu. 'd a*. IViucJltpJ I tbe Slate of Florida i its Plaint it), and N. P. Bctnis is HW.' 5't Ht I his IrienJs and the i"mbiic! Chancery.'nenber
oj u fl aiijjii SitiotJ Mauyijj Defendant, I have levied and will for j gene- O:ikc ui Tticaoe, I'v upon expose I .: ,_ tht he hat commenced a hant :aud _ _ _
Jier. 4tv h hSicae all 1 and in the of Leon and -
lying U-injr
-ssee. County ,
yuiueJ a j JU B-j n'putasloa it.. au aca>tui lih- sale, before the Court flout door, in the cit_% ui Tallibaeon Notice. .ho >, where be will mike IJO'JISrior'j'uiity .d 4i
4 1 ii'i Mi 1 J..3,tiful TcaHi.r. Tio\ the fire? Moii'i.iy in Ftbruary next, state of Florida, will be y>lJ to thc b" ,'he will instruct uI1i ] ; end and .
ia notes Recount are l'ft in the hands nf sil4jt.: : vuikmanship.jj
lUIi1H1 I4Ij Erii4tnre. ., within legal hours, the Icllo-A-ing described MY j / p ublic sale, before the Court JI >u-e door, inTaJLi'ia- MONDAY, the .Ota day of December 185O .
rvtLi wilh !u- properly Cliiiiles C. l\rd! who will act aa Agent t- > done in the neatest manner, and at ON ,
4 ji tLd4 Jrwii my see, on the first .Monday Jauoiin., A. D. 1851. The '
JLtU1. to wit : will sell, at public Auction ct the
4., &e.- d lnrii< lily absence hum the Sl.ito. Any cl.uiris t he -hortei l notice. T. .M. 1\ AAS. pLirtfatSui, ,
.1 11 tai A -omannamed Martha anI herchild Julia t ernvrill be made known uii the iiy of sale. of L IL Branch deceased Lake lamooia tailca .
( carg& jjj. }.j1j negro a aitittt We array be presented to him foractiieiner.t. November 31>, 1-oU. 47Notice. 5* on 1-1 .
im.. lie w ill akk-a J Jn !Mr.1 LLCLALKEwd:! ,ajied one >car. i F. A. DYRD. By order cf James E.: linnjuie; Judge ofl"r&shte fv.r north of TaUuha t'C, all the i>tvronal property be .

I 'tuir -itaits w the wit of tie uit' Levied upon ai the property cf said defendant,arid Iecember2l,1850. 50 t he County and State aforesaid. kiniug to las estate, (except negroes,) contialin art t r

rjmr( '. 7'kIiwtitutim is i f.miMied wiil/au *jtt u.c to be sold to satisfy said writ ot fieri facias. ppriom hsvin* ? clams tr'rinst t the csta'e cf CAROLINE B. TIIITE, pert, of f.ulnuinir articles: ,.. -
*.. PluiunOj4iic0iOtoiiiicalaitd A. A. FISHCtt, Shtrifl. ALL HAilDEN A. WHITE, 10 12 JIules and Horses
Matliematical Apparjtu Seed flye.p S- Clark la'.eol HilL-borough County, or likely .
tliK i ctUitTitli Dec 2S, JSSO. By J. II. RHODES, 1). S.Sheriff's Novemler, 1S0. 46 4t Guardians. 800 lUiX bitlieU of Com ti
( a wdi miocted Libniry! and ( BUSHELS of Seed! live, dece.nscda well as all crt-dilors, legatees, and person or ) 4'
i M x't! n i\t'. (.:"uljuiet f Miauralu, mutaaiiug u Linj 4) .lu t: mo'eitd front New York entitled to distribution, are beieby notified to State of Florida. A large tantity of Fodder, .
w1iAr '
, : .if Huuiuis culloctcd iKJtL iu our owu and Jii Sale. 1JERUY & ROWLES Auctioneers nr'eoeut their claims, properly attested, within twos AiOUt ;tY kilXie Iloge, .
1 \\w ; 'ntuutru; uffia-d* t-ujKriur aJiituU" to tlie their claiui- will be forever barred and allprstiii5 a 80 Stock"Uo< j,
; | 1st Monday in February TIM/ December 21, 15'I.' 5 )-2w .iis, or < ; ;
Mudetr, m >oeuce,au j <' -. A new Doardiag-Houst,conwdyai'ly larger thai fly virtue of a writ of Fieri )Facias, isucd from Not! pa\nwal vs. > Bill for Divorce.; I' 125 head of Cattle, k 4

iiit ', the Circuit Court for the CC. ELLEN M. CLARK, Executrix.llillwfmh Lewis Florid. jIT rLLtaeU utuujls of every description,sacli an Wag. ,

W1 1 ivUrccj jail "rtlic Tisiihoramlfitud.titfi.. ThLlwuM v>flllju kuptW Mditlund, Kennedy 4i Co. are Plaintiffs, and James /L six weeks after date, fur letters administra- .L aftVlmt in this cau efifd! that Leyii Floridthe Term.Ca on all sins rndtT on hundred dul-

Itk ) rei1aj! who. bt'it1e iayiitg (?vtry att u ; p. fetid Wta. Tradewell are Defendant, I hve lev t ian; ou the estate of George Wjley, deceased. Southern Kutual Life Iasurxce Company Defendant, rcsidi* bejonJ jurisdiction of this Isr ; lul btuii-i over one hundred dftHarv a ciiidlt if

UK- IjtliU, cnfirt. and ttin eati& ictory M-mrity being given. All '

''.huIt1uj* : u> liif diur w, will duo ul* > W1.Lit1U14
first Quincy, December 7, JbV! ). 41 6t been appointed Agent fur the al) )ve Conv United Slates: nr.tos to bear interest at rate of 8 per cent. .All recognL I j .
>n thcin hi Monday in February next, within legal hours the HAVING // if Oftlertil, That the said Lewis Florid clo I claims
tlit-H" Ktxidie during t2ie Ixmr IMA CUIMd dcei-.iif" it tir1t'te.sary to di ( iu Sdi'J exurciwi. B-tard including vatimtg, foHowing described properly to wit : Notice. an 1 a-h'antair of the mutual i urnnccruuinlc plead, answer, or demur to said Bill of Complaint c-a.'h. U ,;

wiil r J at [Kieerarjiag from S ti $1 i pertnomh.mur due negto man named Mm-eu, one named Austin, months after date, I shall make application Diportance, would re-fn-et fully solicit the ciHtidvnitionif : 1 within three uonfhs, or said Bill will be ta- N. B.' On same day and at same place, it u probable .
and SIX
l4flf aliio be O 'JUIRU! ia several rop<*UiLlo a negro woman named Charlotte.Lev the Honorable Jud ul Probate in and for the I the cituiew of TalUlu-wc and vicinity. Any inforTition ken pro ronfrno against said Defendant, and that ci tt or tin likely Negroes wil Le LlnsJ oat for .'

Lflhlffl.lt. tinpLiw. A briii Academy i* lil-o ii ii-d upMi a* the projwrly ot James I). Trade- County of JtlJernon, lor It tiers of dismission and discharge relative to it can bo obtained by callinir on the the cause be set for hearing it the next Terra of said vcar ISSljtoLurhi' t bid ler. .

jr: **> of ouctruetum, atiJ is cxjxsct d to be read cias.welland lobe auld totutisfy said writ ol Fieri Fa a* Executor of the lat wilt and testament ofEbenezer :ul ciibcr.. -i blMUUl.- Court on the second Monday in March next : JOSEPH BRANCH. ) '- I

tLv ri'cqitiuu of the School soiuetiEae during the Folsom, late of siaid County, deceased November SO, 1S5'). 47 tf .Inil it if furthtr Ordered, That this Order be JAMES IL BRANCH, f Aunrs- .
A. A. FISilER.Sheriff, All ptrsous herein i iutertsteJaic, hereby notified accordingly. published, if some public r.ewspaper printed in the November 0, Io50. 44 ta .

.4F'r rarticotes reqwnUni rViard, Tuition. Dec. 2S. ISQ. Bv J. H. JWOOES, I). S. HARDY MOURE. C. C. BYSD & CO., State, once a week for three months, and that the *----------_ ____________________ ____ -

A. *
ty ]']/ to %J% shipped, their Iriend-i New York. Oct 1'J Judge. 'pIIB mKer.KKl! jiiTers S>r sale a valuable! pTnit4J
November 25 1SV: >.
N. IL 6TEWAUT, J'rUWIJaL TT'nE )Ugliest prices paid for COTTON and TO- State of Florida.IN JL tion, lying in Madison Connty. Florida. nenrth& .

Quinw, IWemVr 2S, 1 K50. fil JBACOU, at J1 tiuiwi, by J. C. DAVIS. LEON CIRCUIT COURT-IN ATTACHMENT. P. P. LEWiS, A true copy C.:Attest L. CARRUTH, Clerk. Sandy Ford, ou the (Villa River. The pantatk! con- .

Ti 1laha** e, Doc. 21,16..a 1 ; &o John Vf. Argyle, Local Dentist, Tallahassco, Tlorida.ROOMS Ey M. A. CAEEBTH, Deputy Cleik. talus UOO acre< .>f bn l, one hundred \v-hii-h are cleared -

Salt. q--t !%.. in the new Ijufldin''iinmedi- December 7, 1S30. 4S 3m iirui under ETIKK! f ncc. Upon theprcn es area .
9AAAUlU U1u1Twt b Watiak.fnrsac b Real Estate at Auction. Protection Insurance Company ol I Suj' to 4. .. Ea>t of tluTost Ofliceiliurc comfnrtabU* dtrtlhnir ho j. e, out heus.sndtn orchard: -

- SlcSAUGUT 4 OllMOSR New J.-rsey. j *7fa OU> .r lie will] bo fouii'L' unlti profcwiwS.'ptei..lcr State of Florida. trel!! ptockesd with epple, orange, 1wnch, anti fig trae*. ;
thin of JANUARY
e1wtDec.es.I6bo. Si ti O lt iay 1831, will be old : defendant and all others interested are here engag&IJ. 7, 1S5>. S5 Adjtiininy the pluto is a Root! rau-re AT aiek,ami thtj %
notified of the institution ot t the above suit "Itualion is healthy and well wau-rtt There U a .
G roc cries. 'J'be IIouso aud five acres of Laud, well iy attdcliineiit, and are requited to appear at the G. A. McINTYRE, Martha Derail, J Jr )> very beautiful lako directly in front of the dwtEiui; J :

rsT Lnowii as the Deuiilh rosideace, tin the next Term of Leon Circuit Court, and pkad to the NrllT *. ? Bill for Divorce. house. .-.. .
3 reoeived wr &br, irom cw William W. Devalt. 3 AL . 4
k Quincy lluad. 'IVnns-CmIt.IJEPJIY declaration lcd iu said cause.ABCHER. o-afamily ofthtnejjr-tf r. *
Cirr HOTIX.irovcmbcr .
& 110VLES AucUonccra.DcoaiiVr & COULEY, HOOMS AT TT appearing to the satisfaction of the Conrt. by affiX (I. A. ilclNTYKE. ,.. i
25fV O pounds MIouUer3, 1C, 1S50. 45 davit in this case filed, that William W. Deralt,, Nov r.btrl6l5P .
H, 1850.) 4'J ts Attorneys fur Plaintiff.! _ __ 45 :
oo Clear SiJ<$, Doecmnbtr21.;). SO Hm the Defendant in this cause re'iesbeyond the jurisdiction
z0 ttL r1MJr, Sale of Negroes. of this Conit, and out uf the State of Florida, Notice.

e5M) 1ICuivni3ed hams Sale of Negroes. Notice be sold, fir cash. on the fint dayof Janu. but usometlberparto1 the United States:

452o: 1U& W1IiIky, BY order of the Court of Probate of Leon County,I months after date, I shall apply to the lion* WILL next at Quincy, the follow in.; negroes, to Iti* OrJcnd, That the said William W. Deraltdo ALL persons Indebted to the estate of Alexander

1ft( bjj'] Oats. undesigned will sc-11 at Herring's Store, in I II f Q1X orable Judge of Probate bribe olGads.. wit : S. m.a man, nsed about 25 years, and Mary, a L appear and answer said Vill of Complaint within, the State of, late cf the Ctunty of Hillsborouvh, ia f

) ktjx* "VVUto Leaf Lird.BC&&T said County, on Wednesday, the 22d January next,I den for lei it ID of final disinisiiou County, as Admintris girl,aged IS years : the property of the estate of G. three months, or said Dill will be taken pro confetti) -3 jle Florida of decea-J.the are desired to inakonam I

i UOWLEJi Aucfionocra. forcauh, the following Negroe- namely : Patience, cf the estate of William MtGriff late -I A. Dilwc-rth, deceased. a-jatna-t said Defendant, and that the cause be set fur Cxeciitois of jjajinenf said sarattotheundersiznexl.. I
DiceI11jeT28,1so.; 51 It Jtrrv, and Amanda, belonging to the ettale of Edwin 'iiJ County, deceased. o W. S. DILTCOIiTH, Adan'r. hearing during the next Term of said I ourt in March I Wate. Ail persons, a* well also I
the l heirs and lejaiots: .
named in
__ the last will
Hart and
deceased. December 7, ls50. 48 4t \ tJJntt estameut -
Plow JAMES SARAH McGP.IFF, Adm'x. -- il it Ordered. That this Order of said deceased, havinj: claims against the
Iron L. If ART, Quincy, December 21, 1S. 0. .Vr Cm Notice. Jitrtfttr be said esta'e, are requested to '
A 2 AMorUuent, just received and J r ealo JOHN S. HART, published in some public newspaper printed ia Ibis said Executors present the same to the # I
by UeXAUGUT A OIlilOND. Surviving Executors! Edwin Ikrt. Notice. I'T7) V virtue of a decree of the Madison Circuit State once a week for three nth3"aud that Complainant of two years from the elate here. I ilO13ITUA1Y. .
wIrt1 50 December J, 1S50. 50 Is Court, last fall, we will offer for sale on the take tiMtimonv in tlw came. or this notice will be plead in bar of any such

E subscriber having taken out letters of Ad- nr,t Monday inJanuiry nest, the tract of Land (containing THOMAS BALTZELL, Judge. claims. THOMAS P. KENNEDY 'i. 4

flagging & Notice. X uinietratiou on the estate of Thomas Cowart, about 1000 acres) near Talofa, Madison County October 1C, ISM. ELLEN MARTIN, t

Bale Rope. indebted tc the late tif IlilNborou-ih County, deceasedhereby give 0 Florida, where the late John J. Koyce resided A true copy-Attest, Tampa, Ta., Nor. 30. 1650. 47 12t Executors. : 41rAl-
I 0 Bal? Ounnj hagjin ALL persons estate of John Cole notice ia all per&oud having claiwi again sjidVHt.it .
C 7lesaid tract is highly improved, having a dwelling C. L. CARRUTH. Clerk. : a
deceased late
lv j p. f4ea Itd 1o., make, and .Madison County, u ill t to present them to me within I two )ears, prcpeilv au. house and all necessary out buildings. By M. A. CARRCTH.'D. C. Select School for Yoragr Ladies, QaincyJ"I .. j Lf

o m Ke ta 3ry titi. Ilt.atz payment ; ail persons having detnand thenlicated agreeable to law, ar they will be barre A. S. lOZFtR- December 7.1550. 48 3m UE next session of this Institution will ccmmcncd. 'i I
) J ; apainst said estate, uillplea!>tf prescut them, of and all indebted ScrnmmSIitoflers. 1
rfcwcry; persons will pleas e VANS IIANUEI.L. S on the first Monday in January, 1851. For particulars
.' tcNMJauT & OIIOw. Jfigally allu>tid, to the adumutulor. to make immediate payment.JOSniMI. The above sale will take place at 3LLdLKJI a CASH 'ADVANCSS made on Cotton shipped I Bee printed Circular, or enquire of tV PrinciIJ. .
Liwrt ]) VANS ItANDELL.DcceiuVr NelsonNew York
!l 1h5', ;j j MOORE. Adm'r.'Tampa Court lloaac.Dtteaibcr- it by JOSHUA PIIELPS.Jjuncv .
21! 1 1st!). 'x tj Kt I-) : December, IbW. M ?t 7, IS50. 4S 4t (Scnl4t) October 1'J, 1S30t! F U FLACG ( November 2S! 1S5: 46 6t IAI.:



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: k i: Ijc JHoriMuu & Journal.1 I I I Tax" Collector's Sale. STABILITY-SECURITY-PERPETUITY. JOHN PI'ORS I I[I- Etgal 2Middle)Dtrtigtmti1t9 S Receiving from N w"y r

Y virtue f the power vested. in me by t law: I 1 I A FULL assortment! of StapleG.t
B L[:OF THE UTE ,] -
for sale before FIK DtLL rlUTonlC in *ndGr
have levied upon and shall expose $100,000. o Circuit. fit'S. consisting part of .
PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY EVEXIXG. the Court House door, in the city of Tallahjs-. ', 1TOULD: inlbTTu hiS frit'b and the puhlc Brown Shirtings and Sheeting,.

we.on the frt Monday in May next, the following THE MUTUAL LIFE mSUAC CO. If ? that h h b taken the !t lately occupetl1Lby LEON COUNTY-IN EQUITY. Bleached do. do.

TJRlS : property, or iruch thereof a will pay the Slate OF XEW YORK-NO. ST. _. C. IL Blol al11 adjoining the store lately Tallahassee Rail Road Company, Complainant, Wowl and Willow Ware, Calico! *,,

THREE DoLi.\.' "t'r annum, If pai.l in advance. and County Tax due .thereon for thn year It50, and Nov. occupied by Bul,fc: Ptoru.where lie will L plcaetl ".. Wooden Bucket and Tub I

r ,t.j. THREE: AND A titLf'if paid within fix months. ail i incidental expenses, to wit : I NET Accumulated invested Fund in Bonds 1st. 1549- 900t< attend t tle want of tl"1 may b Richard ITayward GecugeK. Walker Union; Bank Fancy and Common Soap: I

;: : FOUR DOLLAR*. i not juid until the end oft lie year All that tract or parcel of land known as Forbes : securely and :and Mortgage tlir>oscJ to patronize him in his line of bu.inva. of Florida, Rurbutt R. Betton, and Elijah While, Sperm and Adamantine Candle I
this i
I of' Leon : un real estate in city Brooklyn, and ".tock* lie has rcctived. the late arrival choice and Defendants. Brown and Loaf *'
$ -The.e will be adhered to, and Purchase, within I the limits County, con- and New-York by a Sugar,
rigidly of the State City of and '
.f' no paper will bp discontinued until all arrearage l Iaining J"2,72) acre,more or less, aid to belong to I Government. lJaited Sates teell- efctf>l *q>ply f f CloAA Cawmrre. Vesting*, IT appearins from Iheallegatiansof I .comrlama\t't Nail Spanish Cizars assorted Candle V

\ : !j'id, unl!!at the option ol the publishers. Sub- the Apaiachicola Laud Company.D.. ,This fund is increasing a widely extended fancy Goods; also, t general a* ortinent of Bill. which are verified by atfidmt, that Defendant Rio. Laguira, arid Java Cnf.'u.I.*
I I fcriher will be received for three months at One McRAENY, business. RE.dlY-JfADE CL 0 THIXG. Elijah White. M not a resident of the State of On hand-A supply cf Kentucky Bagjn.

J D11r-i I mont lu at $1 50.( Every order for the Tax Collectoi Leon Couuty. ant Company prospeiou declared a dividend of profits of fif- All tf which,, I flatter are equal in style nOI Florida,but resides in the Stale of Georgia, so thai Rope, Flour, Bacon Rice, sur.cu,54 a nil B aT,
1 November 44 Is t mpclJ be cannot be served with process of sibpcena : Lard'. .c.
pseruit If t hIt county mu-t be accompanied with ljJ !)'.two percent on all exi.ting policies vn the 3Ut quality and Tile as &any others that will lx? Defendant JOHN ltDOt'GAl '
It is thereupon Ordered That r. Elijah OrID'.f'r' IVr! (). 39 1
the caih, unles* the, orJer c ,, fnultn demur to this Bill,
White plead answer, or on or
regularly. authorized agents in the Stale. y virtue of the power veiled in me by law, I All the Profits a divided among the Insured. Js from b\ the, :..t bop h w merit a liberal before the first Monday in April next, at the peril Sail Road (hadT*

B shall exp-ise for ale, before the Court House at The premiums are payable in cash annuallygerol- patnrcage of f havint said Bill taken for confessed and as to .\DlPr'mhn-' J. 1) }
D\'E U TI8 E M E X T 8 3 1850. 46 tt
A Y Resolution
Quincy, in the County of Gdden, on Ihe second annually, or quarterly, interest being added on th XO"cmL him set do-vn for hearing ex parSe Provided Thata B a of the Hoard of Directorth
S'iILbein4erted all he rate ofOneDoHarperpire Monday April next", the folo'inl described pro deterred payments. copy of this Order be published for four months of transportation on the followinartieU nt.
twelve lines for the f rlt. :and fifty cents for each pertyor so much thereof wil pay the State and The cash principle adopted by this Company secures Madison Female Sema. once a week consecutively, in one of the newspapers duced to 124 cents for one hundred yr eMi| | ;,:

bu)4etIent i insertion. A reasonable deduction County TJX due thereon for ,ear. 1S50, and the to the parties for whose benefit the insurancesare next Term of tliw In titutio\ begin o thc published in the city of Tallaha.see. effect from the fir-f day of Novemb.0 '

will be mideou l-gal; notices, estate ntice. ',)' ar. ncce'sarv expenses! :incident thereto, to wit: effected, the whole of the advantages without THE Thursday in January next, and close o theist THOMAS BALTZELL Judge. Lime, Cement Slat, Hay, Brick and Sta551'

l' ly notices without aleratIn. by persons hating i The \\'hole of what is cated" Foibcs' Purchase" subjecting' them to the heavy drawback of accumulated k ThuTftLiy, in June.Tlw November 5, 1S50. b uilJingother than mal hi.. f or

I regular account : kins in Gadsden County so thereof' as will' premium note new building is erected, and will bo put in complete A true copy from Minutes of Court. On Oats and Corn five cents per bnshel

All announcements of candidates for nfcl rivE i pay The Tax aforesaid, bounded on the East t bv the Persons may effect inurncp on their own lives order for tbe reception pupiU before the l>ejriuiing OSCAR A. MYERS. Clerk.M. Storage of C] cents sack oa Salt pet

1 POLL.VRH-invariably% in advance. I Orklorknce. Riverand on Ihe West by the Analach- and the lives of others. A married women can insure of next Term. With: A. LONG, Solicitor for Complainant. will! hereafter be chared. ttoaa.In | .

will be paid to anordertorannouncemcnt.UflLCSSaccompanied icola Rivtr. HUGH O. McLEAN. I the life of her husband t the benefits of which tie In"litutiO U tl nltituml bullm a large November U. IS50. 44 4m consideration of'the. redoction of trtttlt n

with the ca.h. Tax Collector for GadsJc-n County. are secured by law for the exclusive use of herself or number of >ils.pr.po t nonmlU Company will not hold themselves respon3ible'!

AU religious, marriage, and obituary notices pub- October 12. 1')5). 40 Cm children. Rates of puj Tuition are de heretofore. For Jefferson Circuit Court. damage to Lime or Hay. Con..inre'till

.. lihed gratuitously ; but editorial notices for private V Cler'-mn and allothersdependent upon salaries I particuJ.irs. see Circular Catalogue.came a IN CHANCERY. t themselves in readiness remove the Iat hol 4

benefit,will be chained advertisements. Tax Sale. are specially invited to avail themselves of a resource : Board in o in the tides upon discharge of the cars, afar retook,
lJI pirate town
may Sill and Distribution.
Colector's 0 f.uuiC for Injunction their hazardous
families natiiret he
whereby their surviving may b secured : from *S to ( \va.-Jiii and tt Company will not t. .
S Ion WORK. BY virtue of power "tsttJ in me by law, I from the evils of penury. : per moth ( ; Exectors of William Goodman, Complainants them in their WareboQ..e."t
Ihal expose for sale before the Court House at of the I principles of Mutual l lights.) HKird i II.ttutio ecuin of lights vs.Eseza ThOMAS I
explanatory J-
We well prepared' execute Job Worksuch Pomphlel anj va.-huig, is $ PERtl s
are in the of Gadsden Ihe per milth.
County on secono.Monday 1
Quincy and Dasher Sarah Waters Green R. Margaret November 2. 1"10. 1.
Lie: Insurance, advantages, Slater 43
as cad*, banks. pamphlet&c.! neat- in April nevt.'the following described Ilustratig: It W. Secii.tAuctioaeerautL '. :
bi1s. pro- PARRAIRE France Slater Jane Elizabeth Harriet
with forms of may at the Slater
work of thU
le" despatch. description, petty, or so much thereof as will'JY the State and 33 Wall St. of Present ld Tr"tec E 11. John G. Slter William Slater BERRY ROWLES
Slater ,
with \ office of the Company, or any of its ,
vcept lor persons havingearly accounts County Tav due thereon for year I 1550, and the : IL 7. AEPIS Smeb.Xon.r1.r John Goodman, and William Goodman Ellcnwood Commission ]rrrhants
office be fur delivery. agents. iei I
p the inut paid on incident thereto to wit : 3, 46Notice. .1
t and
expenses TRUSTEES. Spain, Defendants. Cotton Broken.
-- ..- ------------- _- Six hundred and forty acres of land, I Ijing on I satisfaction of this Cotiif ,
L.S. : Jos. B. Collins, David C. Colden, IT appearing by for the favor,of the
Creek purporting to belong to Catlin.or past 1
I TOWLE & noc Wm. J. Alfred Edwards, affidavit made in this cause, that the said Defen.danIs THANKFUL wason and :
L MERS. thereof as will the Tax alorcsjid. IIvslop, to the Plantation Ihemnelves that
pay of Colonel they
F :
> with the exception of William Goodman El-
Watchmakers R. H. Wm. IJetta.Fred. CAME I *"
nn HUGH O. McCnrdy, fiction to their patrons, a ain offer theirHenieJ
llcLFN. Blunt ,on JakJI on the lenwood, tesideout ot the State of Florida beyondthe
TTii. \'I G the service Collector lor S. Winston, Joseph of COTTON BROKERS. They will attend tK 'J
procured Ta GaJ"tcn ) Nove-nilT.. a ) about fourold to
G. Pearson grey I\HE jurisdiction of this Court, l lut in the United ta
_.:' :k of Mr. ALLEN formeify of October 12, 1" 0. 40' C. XV. Faber I"aac Wells yeiIr' of ordinary .ize with and tail, States : of COTTON by sample and get the hihf pric 't;
Jnm! P. Henry DJ'l
I IllS CII 4 U 4., Yeh.trlon, I I that the market ill allow.and
) .e .u. 1.irJal( and l blind in ) makeprcmptreivma
< one H It i i
Wm. Moore. eye al very gt'ltle $ therefore Orde'fJ That the said Defendants,
Tax Collector's Sale. Tlieo. Sed. wick,
execute wtnk in the above line\\tth promptness of the same. Always on the spot t.
al Time owner fa requested t come forward, Eeza Dasher, Sarah Waters, Green R Shafer Mar- they will beaMI "
Cook prove pro- "
and in most satislai'toiy To Iriends Stacy B. take of the
I anner. our to advantage
of the vested in every fluctuations
by I and take her
ice ;
power pcrtypir !, away. caret Frances Slater, Jane Elizabeth Slater Harriet of fi,
By'irne J dart
John Swift na
at attention to all woikhich H. Mitr.Johr : market. Their will
a Ii.tauc., an early "hal expose for sale, before the Court House I c. WHITNEY K M. Slater John G. Slater William Slater and charge be as follows.
David JOL' ,
be forwarded to us wilt be given.TOWLE XVadsworth, Com'lok, For sale of 12 bales less .
may ), in the County of Gadsden, oa the secondMond.iy November John or 50 cents
MYERS.Septtm'pr Quincy I s'. M. Cornell, Robert Shnyler, 23,1850.. tfMcCAKTHY'S Goodman, and Spain, appear and answer the .. II II 25 per bat.
of the 41) "
& April next, II
following -- -- -- --- Bill of Complaint filed in this ItII
2 lS. 3 s tf describe.lro. Gouv. M. XViikins James Chambers, cause within fourmonths II II 40 II .
I. much thereof will 30 It
perty or so as COTTON GINS. M
py V. L. from the date of the publication of this Order -
John Pniyn, Tuckerman .
I Joseph
Towle &Myers, County Taxes due thereon from 1S15 to IS30 inclusive Fred. Moses H. Grinnell, f"PHE subscriber has made further improvement ,or the said Bill will be taken for confessed against OY'Cf10" 25. M ,

and the necessary expenses incident thereto to Charles Whitlesey Wm. J. Bunker -L on the-ie Gins and as .they are now made, believes them. BERRY & ROWLES,
and Ely,
hand and ,
on now receiving,a new New
HAVE ire wit : John C. Eugene Dutilb L that they are better than any other Roller Gin wind it is further Oriltred That publication of Buildings Main Street
assortment of GOODS ol Cruger, ,
Two hundred and of land in Gad den September 14,1S50. 30
forty acres ,
this 6m
IfIral XXraltcr Joy S. hatever. The Cotton, also, will command a better Order be made in some newspaper published at
XX'alches Lathrop
(old Anchor LI\'cr Hunting Lever .do County, purporting to belong to Robert Jimerson, or AlfredPeli, Franc. price in New York or Liverpool from these Gins than I Tallahassee: once week for t the space of four months. Coopers Coopers Coopers!!!
much thereof will the Tava aforesaid !
so as pay lyngonl'lat from other Gin. The certificates THOMAS BALTZELL
JOSEPH B. COLLINS any following will I Judge.
Stiver Lever Hunting do President. :
i Creek. HUGH O. McLEAN 'T'HE subscribers offer for sale
shiny the estimation in which A true Attest now a new and
Silver Lever, ISAAC Secretary. they are held in this I copy- l. fonJL -
Anchor do
Tax Collector for Gadsden rR.T : pl -te assortment of Cooper
County. part of the country. C. G. FIFE, Clerk.l'o"f'rnhf'r.lk'Ii Tool, corwUtinr :
La pi no and common do October 12, I 1S50. 4.. Gm'Tax JOS. Co"ntr/oT. ). of Coopers Adzes, Stock Howells Howellin
(; and Ladies' Bf Pinsa JAMES B. Ag't., Tallahassee. 44 4rr. ,
( m't'! (som assortment G.\tLE. evelers, CroAv, Wood Stocked Broad Ai
of Eir and Finger King*, Gold Guards and Collector's Sale. January 10, lS t. y GADSDEX COUNTY Fla., Sept. 20, 1550. In Leon Circuit Court.IN Iron Brace, Champering How lhn HoUowin!,amt
Keys Fob anJ Ve-t Chains; Seals, Gold and I have been running one Jarott's Improved Mc. ; ?,
j : HeaJmz. and
I Sir virtue of the power vested in me by law, I COTTii1I.I Roller Gins fur than CHANCERY. Hoop Backing, Knives. V
Pencil, Gold lno,G.ld and Silver Spectacles, BY Carthy's more three months, October 10, iS-V. 41 P.EITON &
t'' Sleeve, Collar Hos"m Buttons, Silver, Pearl, and expose for sale, before the Court Hou-e atQuinry and have. in I bat time,ginned out a large amount of James M. Hunter, Administrator of Archibald R. S.. HIGfiJ ;;

Shell Card Cases, Gull and Silver TliimbK-s fine 4 4I in the County of Gadsden, on the second JESSE II. WATSON Colon with it. It has given me no trouble and I Hunter,deceased, Notice.ALL -.
I \ Monday of April next, the following described have lost time with ,.
l'an", Silver aud JJu/Uilo Combs. pro- no it. I have also obtained the vs.
,.\l.\, French Miutle Clocks, TaMe Knives, TeiTrat J pt-rty, or so much thereof as wi pay the State andCounty GIN MANUFACTURED, very highest market price in Liverpool for my Cotton I William Burney and others creditors of' said estate persons, creditor otherwise, legatees, entitled to di* '
Piated and Silver Table and Tea I I:4tOM Tax due thereon for year 1S50 and the from this Gin. I am much with the satisfaction or interested in lhefllale
Lee pledsed the Gins, appearing to of the Court by I
S & (r.Irt Palmyra, County Georgia, IT of' Robert Spence, late of Jefferson !
I necessary incident thereto, lo wit County.11orj, :
Plated' Spoons, Cr-am and Soup La- expenses : and recommend them to the affidavit, that William Burney, Leonida Willey ,
lork1 t Seven hundred and fifty acres of Land, inform his friends and the public.JAMES deceased, are hereby notified to exhibit their claim
(, Piated Waiter. Set, Castors Candle. hing on WOULD public gene MIM3.COUNTV Henry Clark, Mary McClure.and Thomas J.Harilie. *
t Crooked Crick, purporting to belong to Armistcad that he continues the above and demands within two year from this date lath
nlick", S.I3 Limp*, Sihvr and Gil Girandole, business,al and Simon Taylor, Defendants in the above case reside *
Al.o, fine double bane: lied! GUl", Shot and Game and Raucy. his old stand, where he will be happy lo supply them Fla., 27 beyond the limits nf the State of Florida but t undersigned or the ame will be bard; aradil "
I Sept. IS
\ 0. McLEAN. with a first rate article. As an evidence of Ihe GAtDF :( persons indebted to the said deceased, are
Uaj, and Fla k!, fine pocket Knive PoiteMonnie*, BCGI ( I hereby certily that I have ginned bes! within the limits of the United Stales : requested
seventy make immediate
Port Folo"'wlin$, Claroiell, and Flutes, fine Razors Tax Gadsdcn County. quality of his work, he would state that out of the of Sea Island Cclton with Jarott's Improved McCar // /* Ordered, That said Defendants appear and I to payment.
October 12, lsiu. 40 Oin hre number sold him the : JAMES R. TUCKER Sheriff
Sirops! by past year, not one has answer the Bill tiled in this
& thy'sGin, andihink it far cause, on or before the
superior preferable,on I of JefFerson and
-- ---- County
: lies iiality general a of Perfumery ------ fail< d to give perfect salisfaction-and would as ref.erenre ani first Monday in ex offing Afa'r. t
February otherwise the
next Com
I 'rlmtnt Jefferson Tax Collector's many accounts, to any other I ever tried. I be. JetrenonCou"tyOctcher5IS '
&c., &c. TO W L E & YERS. County Sale. give the name ol any one who has; one of his lieve, as I hey are now made they will plainant's Bill shall be taken pro confesso: Prodded 30 3m
give, on an
:1 Sk'plemcerIs5). JS o BV virtue of authority vested in me by law, I shall Gins in U*t. He is intending enlarge hi, tblih. aVtrJ elo.( .three months,without iepairtliree hun.I A copy of this Order be published once a week Notice.ALL .
:1 expose 'for sale, before the Court lfuuedo'ir in ment considerably this year, by which: means lie will Irtd pounds GEORGE for four months preceding the said first Monday in

CARRIAGE I REPOSITORY, Monticello, Jefferson County, on the first ;Monday in he enablei to fill orders (which last year he was un per day. A. CROOM.( February next, in some newspaper printed and published personscretlitors.and legatees, entirW

May next, S.ction, Township I. Ra'IpSuth ) wiihGins, if possible, superior loany ever in Ihe Middle Circuit of the State of Florida. or otherwise interested iQ the PI-'
BY HILLER & BROKAW, ;and East: t. or so much thereof as vtiii sotl: f) manufacture.. ) in Southwestern Georgia. Hdhinks t 'QUINCY, Florida, October 10, 1S50. Given at Chambers, this 5th September, IS'O. tate of James Moore,late of JefTer'on CODllt!,fli

4 \ 1'01. ;ia\l'l J'Jvtula. hfa Talitaro's double Tues due the State and that every year' experience enables him to make a This i is to certify that we haveesamined the Gins THOMAS BALTZELL rida, deceased, are hereby notified exhibit 'hfir

- '_. 7! : sub-criis would inform their County, amounting to i i5 SIbesides costs and chargfs. little better"article.IJein I of John M. Jurat!, of this place, commonly knovn I true copY-I\lIest. Judge.A claims and demands within two years from thisdts

8 I'HF -nd" and the public iu general Said Land are M'uated, i in the .aid County of a pracficalmechanic.and withaldetermined :as Ihe McCarthy Roller Gin, (for Sea Island Cotton,) OSCAR A. MYERS, Clerk. to the underpinned, or the same will be barred; and

_that the> are receiving a [large slppl, jeiicrson.anu Known as inc Iarbour: Mil: J net. that) none but Gins!( t the very fir.-t: cla- shall le man- and: have seen the same in operation. We do n"'I LONG ARCHER, & CORLEY, all persons indebted In the said deceased art requested

til' CarriuxT aud,tnnic': which they ode JOHN WOOTE nf.rllrec in hishopht-feels 3einwarrantil: : them 'hesitate to say that in our opinion, the cotton prepared .. Solicitors for Complainant. to make immediate payment. .

lar cale on the m.>t .d"llldalt terms. Person Tax Collector for Jftterson Count. operate to tht.' sati-hction of the puichivr. He for market. by this Gin is cleaner or preparedin S.'J'ltl'mhpr 5,1;!,. 35 4m JAMES R. TUCKER. Sheriff

\vifrhinjtobuy, are re,. '.e.tld! to cal and exaraio November. 2, I ISO.. 43 fm' will deliver them tree of charge to purchisers attheir better stvle 1 (nan from any Holler Gin we are acquainted of Jefferson County and tx o.ffiriodm'r..
their 6'1'k. Octobr 1 It'! 41 ------ plantations. : with We do not talieve that thestaple i iat is In Chancery.MIDDLE Jefferson County, October 5, 1S50. 393m ,-:

Jefferson County Tax Colector's Sals. All engagements mad with his travellingAirpnfs, all injured by said Gin-, and think cotton from CIRCUIT: OF FLORIDA.AT --- -- -- L

Tax Collector's Sale. viitueof :authority vetted I shall them will command ai much other Roller Ginwhatever. Valuable Lands for SaIe.-
} firder-t to t the
BY or Proprietor at Palmyra, siall be a ai.y CHAMBERS, August 2), 1550. ,
Jot Stic before the Court llou<<.' door in attended to. : be sold at public: auction, in Qiincv
promptly on
\ virtue of the vested in me by law, II Rill for leant to sell Land. WILL
! B ijaveletied upon power, and will expose to "31e,before .Montici-llo.Jellerson County, on the f.rat Monday ;in fjr! >- Repairing properly done in the most durable SIALL\OOD. GIBSON &HARRIS. John P. Duval and Ann F. Duval, et al., Complan'ts. / ,/, the frth day 0JJ0.nasary, 1931, to

the House door, in the town of Madison, on February n-xt t. the West i of Section 7, in Township manner. v$. tracts of Land belonging to the estate ot Reuben B.

iDe Curt tllonaay 01 .u!ie nvxi, u me usual iiuuia ur lol Range 5North and Eat, or so ini ch thereof (tz;. He is alen Agent ro the sale of Cha'nan1armalls or-: One of the above Gins can be seen at Mr. David The Heirs at Law of David M. Sheffield, deceased Hicks, df'CI'l
tale, to the lii he-t. bidder, the following descried: due as wlllay and ana sausty \ -rmllealJs laxes A. Co..> CA-ST. IRON HORSE POWRRSU-I C. Wils 'n'l store I in Tallarutiee. They are war whose names are unknown. One tract i i. in Calhnnn county, on the Apalacbicola .

'I 7 J.tndt. lying and being in the County of Madison. cots and charge County Said amounting; to 85 35, besides GAIl MILLS in SIIJHlTCItI Georgia and Florida.Conlracts ranted to perform well. All orders promptly; attended appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that I River, a few: miles below L'lmnrsTown, and
tiz Lands are bituated ia be made with to. JOHN IT contains nearly 211Eacmes of Land.
lord : the can my Travelling Agent M.) JARROT. the heirs at law of David M. Sheffield deceased Itisfasfprxd
S E | of the N E J of Sec 29' ,T 1. R G, S and laid County of Jefferson. Any informationTntf with regard the co.1 and Quincy, October 19. 1S50.. 41 7t do not reside in this State but in the State of Connecticut ,, that there are from three to four hundred 3Cm oC

II, as the property; of J. S. Patterson, to pay the JOHN WOOlEN, can be obtained by a'ddre- : It8 Ordered That the heirs at law ofI pine laml, from five to 'i i.x hundred acres ct hsm- 1"

IUf1 and costs due on same fur the scars 1515, '46, November Ta Collector for Jefferson County. inz me at Palmyra Lee CountyGeorgia. Pure Sulphate of Quinine. said David M. Sheffield do and to the mcck, and from /()) to 1200 acres cf the richest
appear answer
2. J Is"0.
47.. MS-. '4'J.. and '.V: iToeoflheN. 4: .;'m Mjrch3O,1S30. 12 subscribers said cane-brake or river-mud r lew errunds. 4() acres
Jy have Bill of
hand in
V THE on two hundred and Complaint, case filed,w ithin four
t W J cf Sec 20, T1R5for CITY COTION ir thereabouts, are now open for cultivation.The 1
WEIGHER. ) ounces of Sulphate of Quinine which the from the date hereof: And it further Ordered
taxes, iic., due IS10.to 1S50. Dr. D. Family Medicines improvements consist! of a dwelling-lira V
frol THE undersigned PUBLIC COTTON WEIGHER: Jayes' have obtained direct Irom the manufacturers: and That a copy of this Order be published, oncea
Ats,1heENEjSte11andWjNW1See 1 J the City Tallahasse, havinjust returned COMPRISING Expectorant, Hair Tonic Al-) I. they will warrant it to be a superior article. week for (Ihe t'pa"ce of (oar months, in acme newspaper with four rooms, some twelve or fourteen ejcfilwt .

0 12, T I, R 9, X and E., purporting .to belong to J. J. from the North with Iwo pair of ca/l8. Manufac V> terative Hair Dye, Carminiti.e Balsam, Tonic We have enlarged our stock of Drugs and Medicines printed in the city of Tallahassee, State of negro cabins, a suzar mill and fixtures, and other : !

Underwood for laves due hereon trom IdtOto 1530 tured, and bth Vermifuge,Sanative Pills, and Ague Pu Is,( sale bv by recent ariivalsand are prepared to execute Florida. necessary out-bnildings, all new and in ;olld repair. I,)
tat 'ed Inspector o
t THOMAS M. ANDERSON wlWJttt of I The plantation ?Has been newly fenced in, and i.die
Scales rijFiIs of the .Ytw 1'wi SHIELDS GOLDWIRE, orders lor articles in our line, at wholesale or retail, THOMAS BALTZELL, Judge. 'j
Sheri and Tax Col.! Culof & vided into four shifts. There i is one field rf lOacres -
ex Madison
Co. t1l'
olclI IUIIIC. is now prepared to received and June 15, 1550. 23 Quincy, Fla. on the moat t accoumodatinj; I terms. Afruecopv-Attest.
4 November 3''}, 1S> 47 CmSherilT's weigh any now in sugar cane of fine, luxuriant grcwi&, t ,
__ _f._ _ _ CJlon! brought to this MarkH. He will attend at : We have also :few accounts yet due to us for the OSCAR A. MYERS Clerk.Bv planted mostly within the and last .- ,
; Depot or at any place within the limit olthe Dr. S. P. ToxvuseutTs Sarsaparilla. year 1S49.- They are generally in smal amounts, HIT.H ARCHER, Jr., D. C. present year.The

t Sale. City at thc .:',.ortc.t notice. Iu conjunction witb.the Dr. Sand do. but if the whole could be paid: would go. Aneint :n, I S!O. 34 4m purchaser might safely calcnlate en maliiitj

.:. By'irul of a writ of fieri tl tcia., i.uPI from the Cotton weishiner- he has a large yard i in Ihe lear of Dr. Wood's do. far towardliquidatingceiUin sums which we owe. Holmes Circuit Court. from in this SCO field to 1200 another barrels Iar.ot syrup Cotton.from Tobareo the nlllOl1 ind fJ
Dr. Bnli'a }
uc of the Circuit Court for the lelsrs. 1 ta IucsFv and WILLIAMS' where do. LEWIS '
( <-f Lwn. Middle Circuit of n"rid.iJitmn County he will receive COTTON FOR : STOUS OR ON Dr. Comsfock's do. June 8, IS O. 2'2 &AI& Richard Bod, ) Corn can also be cultivated moat sncceesfally.

_ Valentine JaLalkl Dr. Corastock's Pain Extractor.For Bill for Divorce. Competent judges pronounce this to be the testV
< arc | LiiiitifK and 1 lJ"tUBi Fi> we SlOR.G The subscriber's strict attention and vs. >
fl'n.Ut\ hue levied upon ual will t fur sale, experience for the last three years at the Depot sale by SHIELDS &GOLDWIRE. Notice.WE Sarh Boyd, ) tract of Land on Apalachicola River fcnms ]

l l.fvro tlw. Court lloutu d our!, in the city expose of Talklia-woo, will, he hopes bring him the custom of the Plantersand June 15, 1.:). 21 II Quincy, Fla. the undersigned, wi make application to j"T appearing to the satisfaction of the Cr-nrt that desiring Muse! ol more information Rev. Jesse are C'It'referred to Hm!!* :
of Jacli-on
t "a tite] frt 1'IIh.in. Jainuuy next, within legal Merchants:generally. Office in the rear of Mr ------ the next Legislature the State of J. Sarah Boyd, I the Defendant, resides beyond t the jurisdiction Quincy foim-
\Woodruff' ForiJ Ochesee Robt. S. Colombia
; near ,
Lourn, t.e! following duscribod jtroju-rty, to wit: Kiiksey's store, where subscriber! be found at Dr. Dysentery Cordial for a charter tor a Plank Road from ot this Court, and out of the State of ty. Hardaway .
nuui lave, I ned SO all times. may) I'll y /negro .
.\ HCII' Ytato" luther'l Friend and Liquid Cathartic Sprirg.DAVID It is Ordered, That the said Sarah scriber, near Diamond Groye.Brun.\\'id, Ta.
a ii" ro Jinny, a (.l 18 A. NASH, appear
Jrl )yearn. Dr. Gordon's Anti-Billious Pills, PRO"INCF Theother tract of Land i is in Gadsden connfj.9miles
J.\'ic UJMI Mi tt IruIJ'rt of .\J. Fisher, nnj f/> City! Colon Weigher. Dr. Bailin Compound of JNO. G. plead a09\\er. demur to said Bill of Complaint smUh-eat from theTallahaswf rwd,
haticfy uaid "fieri September 21, 1 I.S'I.' ':. Syrup Naplha, W. S. HARRIS, within three months or said Bill will be taken fro Q'nncyon
L } A. A. }' flca' I Dr. ( .Tonic Bter.Tonic Pills, and Vermi C. A. M. MITCHEL, canftiu against said Defendant : having Wm. Jackon's tract on the norf>, and Forman .
SLeriffi .
: loge, Lucina Cordial & Muse's southand containsEaCN
Jlnd it
B. further That
Ordered this
A. CARTER, notice be
't'y HALEY T. BLOCKER, D.I S. Ringworm and Tetter Ointment The sea island Cotton this Land. '
French Mixture finely en
30 IS frm of Nash fc Taylor is this i STEPHEN BRYAN published in some public newspaper printed in the grows
!ovcJ11'r :() t* TiE day dissolved Dr. Tfrm One-fonrth of the monMwill
4 niutualconsent. Those SI.nCI-1 Vegetable Pills and Bitters, JOHN SCOTT, State for three months consecutively. Aui. 1550. *- purchase
: A. B. the pleasure to settle as soon as indchlec will do us Dr. Mur:i yV Sugar Cotet Anti-Fever Pills, KS. G. BROWN, GEORGE S. HAWKINS, "be required in cash, and a credit of one, two arm! /

CLAK possible. Dr. Lero Vegetable Universal Pills, JOSIAH PAINE Western Circuit. three years will be given for the balancethe fBr ;
M. Judge
(FORMERLY .11Lr.UN,) October 1, 1550. J. L.%AS11 TAYLOR.The Dr. Peic:.' Vegetable PilU.Mitchell's SIMEON HELVENSTON. September 23,1S50. 33 3m chaser executing bonds with approved security,UI i

AVIAU purctiased :ne interest of Mr. Eye Salve, and Thompson's Eye Water Marion Comty. 8, [(21] 1S5O. 3m the bonds carrying interest. I
StilltDan in their old business, can be MnfTttt'ii PlKenix Bitter and Life Pills. "rt. I 37. Notice. BUR WELL B. WJIAr-N,

jI-IA at their old stand on Monroe street,, business hereafter be conducted under Dr. Roue' Cou zh Syrup, Agency of creditors Execnfnr rf Reuben B. Hicks, decraiNoTember

\ receive iu a few days from New York, the share firm of of the NASH & CO who respectfully solicita Genuine Sloi( ::htou'n( Hitters.( The above well I DR. FITCH'S CELEBRATED MEDICH7E8. ALL person or, otherwise, legatees interested, entilled in the to t'.lalor dis. 9, 1.5O. 44 5t

most complete assoitinents t II t Jleady-, patronage of t the citizens f ntraly. ki own and popular remedies for sale by William Wooten late of ? -
They to PULMONARY BALSAM, Pectoral Expectorant, Jefferson County Flor
expect keep on hand
and a general
Gentlcttun't To
Goods a""ortm nt SHIELDS GOLDWIRE Planters.?
r & J. } Liniment ida, deceased, are notified
of Good Medicines and Pulmonary Pure and Medicinal Cod hereby to exhibit their
ever in this market. Also, a general such other articles as are June J 15, 16' O. 23 Ha.
of'red assortment Quincy, Liver Oil Nervine claims and demands within two from undersigned hare received their Tall!
", Jlngfith, cud J'clgian Cloths generally kept in their line of bu inl. Anti-Dyspeptic Mixture Ver years this date THE just
and Fancy Dotukint and JilacA,: October 5, 1S50. 39 NASH CO. Alcolwle Extract: Caiiuabis ludu mifuge, Depurative Srnp, Heart Corrtdor. Humor lo the undersigned or the same will be barred ; and of Plantalign Goods, which they effet

llack Figueted Silk Satin, Cashnnre Cal1imtT., and lrelectlreting & or Liquid Adhesive Plaster, Corrttor.Cough and Cathartic Pills, Female Pills, all persons indebed to said estate are requested to for sale on accommodating terns, consisting in pt

art ', which lie is prepared to manufacture at New Stove3. Philotoken. Nervine, Female Speifc. &c., &c., used by him constantlyand make immediate payment. of the following:

the thortest notice and {in the most approved atle.. JUST receiving from New York Cooking Parlor Nerve and Bone Liniment. For sale by unprecedented success in the treatment of JAMES R. TUCKER, Sheriffof Blankets-London, Duffil. Mackinaw, a id Grej-

The community generally are requestedto Air Tight Stoves of the most approved Patterns SHIELDS t GOLbWIRE. Colds., Coughs, Consumption, Asthma, Heart Diseases Jefferson County and ex officio Adm'r. Plains-all wool and heavy.

cal and examine iiiy stock repectfuly purchasing ele.'S and latest styles. Call and Examine them.T. Jnne 15, 1950. 23 tlJan .Quincy' Fla. Dyspepsia Scrofula, Skin Diseases: Rheumatism Jefferson County September 28. lt 5o. 38 3m JCtrseys-Washinglon, striped and GocrgiaLinsey -

Tallahassee, October, 1S30. 4f) WHITE CO. Female Complaints Pilesic., &c. Notice. -fancy plaids and plain colois.
,----- September 21. 1550 37 & New Goods. Dr. Fitch's unequalled} Patent Silver Plated Abdominal Got ton osnabsrps,brown shirtings, prints, flaunt ,

Valuable Negro for Sale. Supporters; Dr. Fitch's )Improved Patent. SIX months from date the undersigned Executor handkerchiefs,shawls, negro caps and wool hats.3R
THE TRUE MEDICINAL OPENING a large and carefully selected stock of Steel Spring Shoulder Brace ; Dr. Fitch's Silver Inhaling the last will and testament of Uz Williams, a large stock of russet Is. HEIR RCS1
I sale a Negro folio v. aged about twenty-four, Britania, and Bright Metal Ware deceased, late of Gadsden October
FOR 42
COD LIVER County, will apply to the Ib50. _____
,. and well made, a capital band in a Turpentine OIL ,. consisting in part of Tea and Coffee Pots, French Judge of Probate of said
County, for final
,i 4 ) orchard and a good cooper. Enquire of the USEFUL in (the cure of Scrofula, Consumption, Co/Ice/ Filertrl, Pitchers, Candle Stick of different settlement up from said estate. a dischargeand Notice.
undersigned at Monticello. Asthma Bronchitis,Cough, Jelly Mould,Glass Lanterns, Cake Bjses, LECTRE SAMUEL WOODBURY months after date.applicaf will be nafc''
October 26, 1&: 42. WM. C.. CLARK. and all di ea .es of the Chest and Lungs. A supply Cannittters, and a variety of other articles, which : on (he prevention. and cureof Gad Disease of the &c., and the method IsSO. 316m
-- --- -- of this on of
-- -- ------ valuable medicine the/ oiler for Halo reasonable *
i on learl.
isjust received terms. of
which ii i County by the undersigned. Administrator "f1
SI0&HATS, AND CAPS, just re warranted and of Also on hand a full and I preserving Beauty to an old age. This
I: A BOOTS pure very superior quality.' extensive stock of Tin book should be in family. To the I Notice. Ellis, deceased, late of said Cojnty, for dueling9
Ware every
of Consump-
by LEWIS &, every detcription,
J'or by from said
'i GEORGE II. ]3ESTWICK.October26,1S5' May IS50. 20 Tallaha A:1S. ." good workmen, and at lair mlufaduudUt tive it points out the only reasonable hope for relief. SIX months after date undersigned,Adminis administratorship. POWELL-
; ). 42 Pipe Sheet prices. To mothers the directions it given for the care and of the late Robert Fisher will present CHA RLES
Lad Copper, Zinc and Cistern 6tn .
I their final account and CountyOctober26,1550-
Sight for education children are invaluable. 78,000 copies the Judge of Leon
Cash Advances. Exchange Work!executed sle. Til Rong. GUlering. and Job of this book have passed through the press, and the Probate Court and ask for a discharge from said es-

1 undersigned will make liberal cash advances ON NEW YORK, SAVANNAH, and MACON despatch. sale continues unabated. For sate by S. S. Fitch tale. Just Received and for Sale,
sale in T. WHITE CO. &
or to suit
4 THE shipments of CoI1oucauined i to J. L. sums THOMAS, by September, 21 J, U50. 37 t k Co., 707 Broadway, New York and by K. W. FISHER, ) Adm, 1 f\ BARRELS Family Roe Herring,
Small wood. New York. &GOLDWIRE. 1 i "
October 12, 1SO. 40 Marine July 20.
t, S\fLLWOOD, GIBSON it HARRIS. Agent JJank. Notice. Quincy, Florida. IRi 29 fm 60 Extra and Western Flour

I Qaincy, 43 4m THE subscriber having fitted up the TANERY (: Dr.Fitch's Guide to InvalidsIT Directions to Notice. 10 Whi-key, .

Notice. (this place known Baker's Tanyard, has plr using Dr. Fitch's Remedies,to be hadgra/u, No. 1 and 2 Mackerel in quarters, bal w, Inu

Ready-made Clothing and Sadder. creditors, legatees and entitled now on hand and will keep a kinds of LEATHER of all his Agents. SIX months after date, we shall apply to the whole barrels,

received per Bark Mora from York a ALL in the estate of peronl John M. Brooks lo, for sale ; and will have al BOOTS and SHOES __June 15. I" O. 2: tlJan County,for Judge of Probate in and for Benton A large lot of Soap,to be sold low by fhe box-
JUST late of made lo order. He has a discharge from any further administra Also, a large lot of Goods inda&ooi?
supply of Heady-made Clothing and Sad. Jefferson County, deceased, are hereby noli- on hand a superior article of tied on the heavy Dry
estate of
which are offered to the public on the most tied (hat their claims and demands. will be at doubled.slel NEGRO SHOES. He would here return SHIELDS & GOLDWIRE Benton County South Flo'ida.Laing deceased,late of $1500 worth of< heavy Shoes, besides an UtCO5i'assortment
dle bare ,
term HEIR RUST. the expiiation of two je rs from this date, ho ( his thanks to the clizen of Gadsden and the of coarse Hats, by
I received and
& unle : just a large general assort C. T. JENKINS > GHT.
HAVE October 2G, 1S5O. S. SAn
adjoining for 42
same exhibited
October 12, 1S50. 40 are lo the subscriber; and all! persons Co\ntif past patronage, and say of Drags, Medicines, J. B. ALLEN j Ad m u. -
who have lo them that he will Chemc"
any demands against said deceased, are to manufacture Lather Paints, Oils, and Dye Stuff*, which June 22, 18f 0. 24 Cm Entire Stock of New Goods.
Boots, and Shoes theyi sel
Notice.FOUR .hereby. notife:o present them without delay and at old stand in on tne reasonable terms ior cash
nose County, near Qnincy. He be all timesto mot approvedcredit. & RUST bare received [per
I InNll said deceased are now called upon wi glad at Persons wishinggenuine unadulterated med. Notice. HEIR just
wcets after date. I will raalto application t: to immediate payment to exchange any of the abo.e for Oak Bark, a large assortment of Dress
alice icine, will do well to call and examine
their ""TILL be
stock sold
Honorable A. McDonald' Judge) of 11hl1 JOSHUA TAYLOR, Sen., Adm'r. Hides, crippled negro boys, own paper. before purchasing elsewhere. t' I' public outcry at Consisting of

far' Madi* County' for leave to tell llw real estate of Jefferson County, October 23( 16i0. 42 3m 95Good: Boot and Shoe makers of steady habits, Quincy June 15.1&50. 23 '. '-_' Columbus Columbia County, Figured Lachine, Broche Poplins,
.I I I .' Wnt JIJatt11(.< 5cdHeJ, late of said County, viz: can have employment. than ,-,- it Florida, on the first Monday in January Jenny Lind Silks. Figured BrebanM.Venilian .

,i J.I town of MadLkni as Lots &TNA INSURANCE COMPANY w. H. MCMILLAN. Notice. nut, the well known steamer GLASGOW. Figured Cashmere, Silks,
This Boat has been
ff' Jfoa. 167 anI1684inStetion2fl. February 2, 1&iO. 4 running on the Suwannee for the Brocade figured Silks, Lust rcs,
I HARTFORD CONNECTICUT.BUILDINGS Tatahaset ly IX month after date the last draws
THOMAS M. ANDERSON, S undersigned will make years 17 inches light, and 2 feet 6 Pain De Laine. Printed Pe Lame .
SlKriff and ex officio Admiuitrator. [ Stocks, and Colon in Ware-house application to the Court of Probate of Leon inches when loaded,and w ill carry 'from three to five Champ'l Lyoncse Cloth, Bik and col'd Dc Lm'' ''

November, 1850. 16 6t D insured against loss by Notice. County for letters of dismission as administrator of hundred bales of Cotton Her Engines and Boilers Peruvian Silks, Embroidered Ca-'hoere

LEWIS & AMES ALL person having demands against the eslats of i the estate ol Joseph W. Lea, deceased. are of excellent workmanship and in good condition. Glace Silks, Washington Silks.

Notice. January 2(, 1650. 3 Agents, Tallahassee. Willis, late of Loon, County, JOHN McDOUGALL, Adm'r. Her timbers are sound, and with a moderate outlay Satin de Chine, Dotted Swiss Musun*.
deease.wi November 2, 1SO. for !
43 of Wheel Houses
; present them to the undersigned within timt fim repair etc., she could be made Armun Silks, Figured Cap LaCe< '

:t FOUR \rccl after date, I will make application to prescribed by the statuteor this notice will be plead Carpeting &c. lo answer a good !purpose for a tow boat or for trans- Black Gro de Rhine, Plain and

< "f : Honorable McDonald, Judge of Probatefur Dlacksmithing. In bar of their recovery. pOI tat ion ol freight on any of the Gulf rivers. In Florence and Oil Silks, Black de Chine,

:' I: ". MadiMD County, f love t MB!! the real et of HE undersigned r specfu1yinforms JOHN R. CRUMP, Qualfe Executor. 5 ROLES two and three ply Carpeting, Wool- she the bands of an enterprising individual or company, 30 pe fancy bon't Ribbon, 20 Lace Capes. ,

'M henry D.Jourdau,dol of Nd County,,-: Forty V J. the public October 2G, 1S50. 8t 10 hnadsome Hearth Rugs can doubtless be made a profitable concern. 75 needle-work Collars, 25 pe tbred Ed'g -

$1: IWTCS of Ldljig ad LJ t4 County of Mad- employed a superior Horse Shoer, t he i i. 2 pieces Green Baize Carpelinp for sale by For further' particular, please euquire of Capt. 20 pr Cuffs: 50 pe wove do mljjj.toberjjjj -

now prepared to execute ail work in that line in a Guns. I October 10, 1S30. 41 C. C. BYRD & CO. DANIEL BELLt-- board, or to PERKINS Ladies Cravats, Kid Gloves, Linen CambrictU ris,

'c THOMAS M. ANDERSON, superior manner, and on usual terms. Sea Island Bagging,New SMITH, Esq. Columbus. kerchiefsBaregeSilkr* T-a'nflan wols'f' -

I: Sbr ad <$cio AdmiDiitrator.sou. F. PAYNE. NOW opening Guns., 6 two bare Purcussion Patent GUNNY Kentucky Rope, for sale by Terms made known on day of sale. I with a variety of fancy ;articles too numero ,
3 do
do By
1'. June 1550. 25 Bars ORDER 0* THE STOCKHOLDERS. which all who will c
Korembcr 18, t October 19, Iso: 4J F. H. I'LACG. merate we f Jj Gam. [tOcM9lS30. 413] C. C. DYED & CO. Columbus,Fa., Oct. 15W. 40 Sentinel.

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