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: January 4, 1851
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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>.
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
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SENATE PROCEEDINGS. Dec. 20,1815, to proceed as soon as it can be done consistently Nays-Mrv President, Messrs. Austin, Avery, Brown of Ilfllsbor- The Committee on Engrossed Bills,beg trace to.report,. ascorrficf-. -.. t,..- .

WEDNESDAY: January 1st, 1851.Senate w/Ji a due regard to econontyaud the interest of the State, to exam ough: Enddingtoa; Crawford, Finley,McMillan! Pcrrr, Smith, Stew- ly ensrovd[ ; \ ":..I p
mime, survey, select and secure to the State all the lands to which she \ D. ,
met to adjournment. J.rt"Taylor-l2. A bill to IK entitled!, An act for the relief of m. JloH.I.-.rmd: :
Tie ; pursuant 111:1h, ? entitled under the recent act of I ',-
Congress. Said bill was lost. for othe : r t''
Mr. Pratt officiated purposes.
flu Ker. : as: Chaplain. It is true that this will impcso additional duties on the Register Bill BALDWIN Chairman.' i
the of to be entitled, An act concerning the swamp and overflowed JNO.P. J'
being present, proceedings yestetthy'were: read ,
A quorum whose labors are already arduous but the State can secure the performance lands granted by Congress to this! State : Which was received, and said bill ordered to be placed ::mon;:; *-.' ,K

and approved.Johnson moved that bill to be 'ntitll'tln of additional duties from an agent already in office at a Vas read the first time: rule waived, read the second time, by its the orders of the day. \ : ''
Mr. a ( act to anundan 5 JlI
the Contof cheaper rat! than she can secure the pe formance of the! Fame duties title, and on motion laid on the table, and seventJ-five copies ordered Mr. Forward, from the Committee on Corporations, made the ft I ,
entitled an act to organize : the State .
art Supreme : 01 from officer '
an newly created only for the discharge of those duties. to be l .
printed.House lowing : ;
Florida, be made: the p::]eciil; order of the day rMonday, next. Ii; consideration of these! additional duties and to enable the Register bill report have }had under consideration: !
motion carried. to be entitled: An act for the relief of John R. Jones ; The Committee: on Corporations : ,
Which was notice .would the better to pay his deputy and to employ' a clerk, yoir Committee : Was read the first time, and ordered to a second reading to-mor an act to amend an act incorporating j the city of :st. Augustine. n'j; .f: s
that he at a" future
Mr. Awry day ask} l leaveto
rave recommend that the sum of 500 dollars be added to his salary. ). proved 4th February: 1833, and instruct mo to report the samebac'i: .
intro,:luce a hill authorizing Associations for the purpose of Mutual : row.The
following message was received from the House of Representatives with sundry amendments, and further report that the proper noticein I '
Insurance.! Your Committee report herewith a bill to bo entitled, An act concerning : has keen a of application for amendments t j ,
given, newspaper ,
moved that Committee of three .
Jlr. Baldwin a be appointed hvtLp .
the: swamp and overflowed lands granted by Congress to HorsK OF REPRESENTATIVES, January 1, 1851. said act. (
Senate, to act with a similar Committee on the part of the House this State, which embodies their views in reference what is at Hnnorallc FORWARD Chairman. '
present President of the Senate : .\. ,f. ,
vf Representatives! relative to the coil and! climate of South Florida ; necessary!: to bc') done to secure said granted lands to tie State Siu be -
-The (House have concurred in Senate amendments to House Which was received, and said bill ordered to placed among : ,
Which t\'carried, mid Mcsrs.: said Baldwin, Brown of lJIll borough, Additional legislation may! hereafter be required to !meet su-h contingencies bill to be entitled, An: act for the relief of TVillLm: D. Branch; : and the orders of the day. .t .' f "

jnj( forward were appointed Committee.: as nny arise, but your Committee have not though it es- John! II. Madison. Mr.: Forward!, from the Committee on Enrolled BUIs, made ti3following : 1 t'
Mr. Maxwell gave notice, that he would at some future day, ask .,...,ial at this time to report any other measure for the adoption of Respectfully, report: .i.
tointroduce bill to I be entitled An act to 'tho '
leave a regulate ofli- tame enate. '
ARCHER The Committee on Enrolled Dills report, as correctly enrolled,lib : !
of Clerks of the Circuit Courts, and for other purposes. They ask to be from the} further
ces discharged consideration of tllCsul'jl'ct. Speaker House of Representatives. following bills, viz: .
to previous notice, Mr. Finley introduced bill to be .
Pursuant: .
Which An act in addition to the acts now in force in relation to crimes +
entitled J. An act to amend the second clause! of the eleventh articleof TV. R. TAYLOR Chairman. was, on motion, read. .
Constitution' of this { state so as to allow the of the On motion of Mr.: )losclJ, the Senate adjourned untill131f-past ten and mi.-demennors ; 'i
die proceeds Which wa received, and said bill ordered to be placed among o'clock An. act enlarging! the! of County Commissioners ; and' .
...\. M.\ to-morrow. powers
hundred thousand acres of land donated to the State of Honda
five : the orders of the ..
day. An act to require purchasers of State lands to make payment ..
|,\ the (T. States" for Internal: Improvements, to be appropriated' to The following message was received from the House of Rep rc therefor to the Treasurer of this Stnle. I 4 H
the UM of Common School:\ ; scutatives: TUt'RSDUJlnuar.r: : 2, 1851. TV. A. FORWARD Chairman. "
\YLich was read the first time, and ordered to a second reading Horse or RrrnnsKXTATivEs, December 31, 1850.:; The Senate met pursuant to adjournment. Which, was received.Mr. .

tomorrow. Honorable President of the Srnalc : A quorum being present, yesterday's proceedings were read and : Perry, from the Comm tce on Taxation and Revenue, made ., ,
The following message! : was received from his Excellency the Sir: The House have passedA : approved. the "
Governor: bill to be entitled An for the relief of John R. Jones Mr. HI'oof Columbia, moved to take from the table and place following; report : _
act ; The Committee on Taxation and. Revenue, to whom was referreda ,
EXIcrTI'Cn.uwER, December :31, 1850.: Also, the following Senate bills, without amendment, viz: among the orders of the day, bill to 1 Iw el1ti:It..d.n act to amend .an act relating. to the duties of "
Honorable II. J. FLOVD House bill be entitled; An act to for the final removalof
to provide
The (
Dill to be entitled, An act in addition to the acts now in force in Tax Assessors and Tax Collectors, and for other purposes) approved: ,"
President of the Senate: the Indians now remaining in Florida, beyond the limits: of this r
relation .
crimes and misdemeanors and
to : ; January 9, 1910, have had the same under consideration, and beg I
SIR :-1! have approved and signed the following acts, viz : Bill to be entitled"An act to require purchasers of State lands to State ; !leave to report the same with the following amendments, and ask ti
An act for the relief of Nallianiel;1 Marion: ; make therefor the Treasurer Which! motion was carried.Mr. '.
payment: <: to of this State. be discharged from the further con idl'rntinn.1. ,
Au act in relation to the boundary line between the States of Senate: bill to be entitled, An act enlarging the powers of County Avery, pursuant previous notice, introduced a bill to l 11 e entitled :\ S. PERRY, Chairman. "
Georda and Alabama ; Commissioners An act to provide for the incorporation of Insurlncessoei. 1'
; Insert after the 4th section, the following : .
,\n'u't altering the mode and manner of redemption of lands purchased Passed the House with the following amendments to the first section ations:; SEC. 5. Be it further enacted, Ttat' from and after the passageof 1. ,' v'. -'r
the State for taxes Which read the! first time rule waived read! the second time *
: by ; 'iz was : : 1
\ : this act, so much of the third section of the act to which this ii"
Au :ll't to amend an act providing for the purchase, on the! part of In the i fifth; line insert after the word Counties," the words by its title, and on motion laid on the table) and 75: copies ordered an amendment as provides that property which is brought into the >
the :State: : ?, of lands ofwred for sale for taxes, approved January 11, hereafter be to be printed. '-
next to elected. State after the first day of May, and before the first day in October, fin
ISm ; In the( 8th line strike out the word six," and insert the word Pursuant to previous notice, :Mr. Brown of Colltm introduced a every calendar year, shall be assessed and pay one half the yearly T
An act for the relief of tho heirs of J: Underwood ; "four" in lien thereof. bill to be mtitIl'tl11 act to change the name of Sarah Frances .
I tax for that curt en: year, be and the same hereby repealed and ff
\n act to amend an act entitled an act for the of Waters ;' .
protection Add,th following;; pmcio1rlcd'I'hat : that all! such property shall be exempt from taxation: till the regular
. Fisheries on die coast; of Florida, approved December 17 1845 Which was read the first time, and ordered to a second reading '
t ; .
; t the!& Counties or Columbia, Levy, St. Johns, Putnam annual j>erio'l l fqr assessing, and taxing: other property. ,
An act providing new modes of inventing the School] Fund, and Monroe, Alachua, Nassau, (;:l'lsdl'nYn1mlla, Hamilton, Jefferson tomorrow.Mr. Strike out tli3 w t,rd "five" in the fifth section, and insert ': ix. .m.
oho jire-cribiiig the time at which the! first distribution of the interest : :\ gave notice, that he would at some future day, ask '
Madison, Duval and Leon be exempted from the operationof Which! was received, and said bill ordered to be placed among .
of the School Fund shall be made ; this. actIn leave to introduce a bill to provide for fixing the condensation of the orders of t'le! day. I,
Au :act to amend an act entitled au act for securing Kens to slew wLich amendments Tax Assessors. and Tax Collectors for Assessing and Collectingtaxes h
the alter
concurrence of die Senate is respectfully The veto of his Excellency, the Governor: on an act to and
dailies. Overseers and others, approved I December\ : ., 1819 ; solicited, for County purposes.Mr. amend the act entitled an act to Incorporate the Atlantic and Gulf ..
Which 1 have caused to be deposited in the office of the Secret"rv Rcppectfullv, Brown of illsborongh, pursuant to previous notice, the rule Rail Road Company: ; 'i
of :State. waived for that purpose, introduced a bill! to be ('ntitled.An act to =
ARCHER, Was taken and on motion.: postponed until to-morrow for furIher
1 have also in the office of the ermit \\". Andres to Medicine in the of up .
: deposited Secretary of State: with Spcaler Muse of Jlcj>.'c.scilaliccs. |' George practice County cOIl. idemtiou. 1.
out signing i : Hernando; I ,
An act to amend) ths eleventh clause of the fifth article of the Which was read, and aid (louse! bill ordered to be placed among Which was read the first time, and ordered to a second reading ORDERS OF THE DAY #2
the orders of the said amendments and said Senate *
day, adopted,

Constitution of this State, and also to amend aa act amendatory of bills ordered to be enrolled. tomorrow.Mr. Engrossed bill to be entitled, An art: to am?n.1 an act relating to t
the twelfth clause of the fifth article of the Constitution:;; of this State: Avery moved jthe( .rule waived,) that a bill to be entitled, the duties of Tax Assessor and Tax Collector, and for other purposes : _.
and adopted by the third and: fourth General Assemblies} so as to ORDERS OF THE D.\Y. An act concerning the swamp and overflowed lands granted by ; t

gne the election of the Judges to the people.THOMAS Bill] to be ('ntitlt'.lu. act providing) for the Incorporation: of Societies Congress: to this State, be taken from the table and placed among Was read the second time, and the amendments proposed! by tho .

RIIOWX.Mr. known as the Independent Order of Odd Fellows, and also the orders of the day ; Chairman of the Committee oa Taxation and Revenne adopted,and a
Baldwin, from the Committee on Engrossed bills, made: the of Societies known as Sons: : Temperance ; Which motion was carried.Mr. said bill ordered to be engrossed for a third reading: to-morrow. 1

followiug Report : Was read second time, and referred to the Committee on Corporations Moseley presented the petition of sundry citizens of :Madison, House bill to be entitled, An act to amend an act entitled an act \\-t '

The Committee, on Engrossed Bills beg leave to report of co- relative to a division:;; of said County ; to Incorporate the City of! St. Augntine, approved 4th Feb. 1S33 ;
reedy engrossed.a > : An engrossed! bill to he entitled, An act to amend an act entitledan Which was read, and on his motion referred to a select Committee Was read tie! second time, and the amendments: proposed by the 1
bill to be: ('ntitledn act fixing: the compensation of Tax AsK'tbor act to exempt Homesteads from Execution, Attachment and Distress of three, to consist of Messrs. Brown of Columbia, Forward, and Chairman: of the Committee on Corporations :adopted and said amendments -
fiuJ Collectors, for Assessing. : and taxes for County appmved March llth ISIS Crawford.Mr. .
Collecting ; ordered! to be engrossed; and said bill as amended ordered -
PU/ '!}'<l'!? ; also Was read the third lime ; on the question! of its passage: the yeas : Crawford presented the petition of the locating Commissioners to a third reading to-morrow. _

Cujrrosswi! amendments to House bill to l be cntitlt'l111 act to and nays were : for Wakulla County, Engrossed bill t'j be (entitled An act for the relief of William D. '
amend au act to organize the Supreme Court of the State of Florida Yeas-:Mr. President, :Messrs.: Austin, Avery, Baldwin, Brown of Which was read, and on motion referred to tile Committee on ::\10St 'J' and! for other purposes ;

Columbia, Brown of fiill-borouiih! Buddington.; Crawford, Finley, the Judiciary.Mr. Was read the lliiid tiue ; on the question of its passage, the yeas :. "
JOHN P. BALDWIN. Chairman. Forward Johnson, Maxwell, McMillan: Moseley'. Perry, Stewart Brown of Columbia, presented the petition of sundry citizensof and 1 nay were : '".

"VThjci vas received, and said !Mils ordered to be placed amongthe {, Tl\lor-17. Dtival County, relative id formation of a new county ; Yl'as-Jlr. President, Mesrs.: Austin Avery, Baldwin, Brown
orders of the day. Nay'':''Mr. Smith-1. Which was read, and on his motion referred to a select Commit .)f Columbia, Brown of Ilillborough. Baddington: Crawford, Finley) ,

Mr. Tayior, from the Committee ou Internal: ] Improvements:, made S; ftllli1l) passed.! TitleIs stated. tee of three, said Committee: to consist: of Jle Hg. Brown of Columbia Forward, Johnson, Maxwell: :McMillan: Moselcy, Perry, Smith, ,

the following. report : Ordered that the same be certified! to the House of Representathcs. Forward, and Moseley.Mr. ) Stewart, '1':1\10--18. .
The Committee on Internal Improvement, to whom was referredthe : I Buddington, presented the petition of sundry citizens of Du- Nays-:{ore. :

special: message j j of the Governor, and die communication to him Mouse bill to I bs: entitled, An. act to provide for the final removalof val County, relative to the formation of a new County to be called SaiJ bill asset. Title as stated. > .t

from the Commissioner of the United States General Land Office, the Indians now retraining in Florida l beyond the limits of the Union County ; Ordered that the same be certified to the house of Representa : .
ia reference lo the grant to the! State of all fu-amp or overflowed State; Which was read, and on motion referred to select Committee, tin s. }.

Lands, have had the same under consideration, and beg leave to Was on motion laid on the table. consisting Messrs.: Brown of Columbia, Forward and Mcseley. Bill to be entitled, An act to amend the first clause of the tenth ).

RF.PORT: Bill to be ('ntitledn. act fur the relief of "-m. D. ;Mofeley, and On motion, Messrs. Buddington and Perry were added to said. article of the Constitution of this! State, so as to authorize the appropriation .",

That they entirely concur with the Governor; in the opinion that fur other: purposes: ; Committee.Mr. of the proceeds of dlluulo: heretofore: granted, or which t '. '#

tli.-: ( grant referred to "is one of large value": to our :State.::; If, as Was read the second time. Avery offered the following Preamble and Resolutions : lilac. be hereafter granted, In.' the United States to.this State for a i t
your Committee hope, a proper estimate is placed upon the advantages Mr. Avery, offered.. the following amendment, viz : Whereas, nearly the whole of the five hundred thousand acres of Seminary or Seminaries of Learning.J.: to the use of Common Schools ; .' "" "

which I iuaj be derived from this donation, PO as to produce aforreKponoiKg Oil the 20th July, 1851}, and annually: thereafter; land granted to this!; State, for purposes of Internal Improvement, by Was !cad the! second time, and. ordered to Le engrossed for to. ,. :
:: : desire on the part of the people fully to avail themselves Which amendment: was adopted, and said bill ordered to be 'n. the act of March: od. 1815, and all of the eight sections granted for morrow. I

of it, they do not doubt that the h benefits to result: to our grossed for a third reading to-morrow. the purpose of fixing the seat of government, by the same act, ha'elon.r House bill to be entitled, An act to provide for the final removal : ,
Slat'* will be i inc. lcul Ut'. house: bill to be entitled, An act relating to the School Funds ; since been selected at the expense of this Stale and repotted to of the Indians now remaining in Florida, beyond the limits of theState I

Your Committee indulge the hope that no sectional difference or Was taken up. the proper( department at Washington for approval : ; .
111JI\lJualmtert'l'>ts will be permitted to exert their influence in the Mr. Baldwin moved the indefinite postponement of said bill. And whereas: none of the Seat of Government lands, and only Was read tlie! second time. '. .

4,! (fort to adott$jch a course of 1 policy as may be deemed best culoukfcd On which the yeas and nays were culled lor by Messrs. Baldwin, about forty-five thousand acres of the Internal improvement (land:?, Mr Taylor morel! to mshc said bill tLe special order of the day 1 ;:.

to secure to the Stale the largest benefit from this frraulIt and Smith, and were : have as yet been approved : for Tuesday next ; "r
will be seen Ly reference to the l letter of the Commissioner! of Yeas-:Mr. President, :Messrs. Austin, Avery, Baldwin, Brown of And whereas, this delay operates greatly) to the prejudice of this Which was carried. .;

the General Land Wire;( to tae t'uitud States Surveyor General, that Columbia! : Browu of Hi11 >borough, Buddington, Cra"foal, Johnson, State, by preventing her either from selling those lands or protectingthem Bill to be entitled, An act to amend the: second clause of the constitution 'i '.

the lafler officer! is directed to make out a IU of ;iill the lands thus '..tcjjJ1anu'seh: : >'y, Perry, Stewart, 1':1)lur-14. from trespassers, 1 by whom many of said lands are being rapid- of this Stale so as to allow the proceeds of the five hundred !' ; ,

granted to the State, designating those which: have bas:mi sold or Nays-:Messrs. Fiiiley, Forward, Maxwell: Smith-4. I lv) robbed of their timber and otherwise reduced, value : thousand acres of land donated: to die State of Florida,by the ..

otherwise disused; of since the! passage of the law, and the price Said bill was indefinitely postponed.Bill : And whereas, it is important that those sections should be at once United Slates for Internal Improvements, to be appropriated: to the ,. ,, ,
paid: for them when purchased.: TIw ply) reliable data," contmues to be entitled, An act giunglo Judges of Probate the powersof approved, so that the Stale may exercise the powers of ownershipover use of Common Schools ; 1

the Commissioner: "from which these!: lists can ba made out Justices of the Peace; them, or rejected, so that she may select other! good lands in Was read the! second time, and on motion referred to the Com-. ;
are the field notes of die surveys on file in your oflicc; and if the Was read the second time, and referred to the Committee! on the this State, before the opportunity to do BO shall be loot by the sales mitttee amendments and mi/ion of the Constitution. t.. {

authorities of the Stale are willing to adopt these as the basis of Judiciary.: of the United States. Therefore, House bill to be entitled, An act for the relief of John R.Jones ;: i t; '

those} lists,jum will so regard them If not, and these: authorities House bill to be entitled, An act to change the name of George B. Be it rcsolrcd by the Senate and Haute of Representatives of tIle Was read the third time; on the question of its passage the yeas ,. : '
furnish satisfactory evidence that any lands are of the character em Smith to George B. Smithson ; Slate of Florida in General Assembly convened, Tliat our Senators and nays: were: 1

braced by the grant, you will so report them." Was read the third lime, on the question of its passage the yeas and Representative in Congress be, and they are hereby, earnestly: Y'eas-Mr. President, Messrs. Avery. Brown of Columbia, Brown ',

lour Committee are of opinion that the reliable data in the pos6siou and nays were: requested to continue without ceasing to urge the Secretary of the of Hillsborough, Finley, Johnson, 31c3Iillan. loi'd'y-8. < ,

.' of the United States Surveyor General is not of such a character Yeas-Mr.: President, Messrs.:\ Austin, A'erJrown of Columbia, Interior to action, either of approval or rejection, upon the applica Nays-Messrs.: Austin, Buddington, Crawford, Forward, Perry fSmith 1. .
as the State should adopt ns"the basis of the lists to bo made Brown of illsborongh, nu din rton, Crawford, Finley, Forward, tions made by this State for the lands granted to her by the act of Stewart: Taylor-9.Said : ,1'j .

out by that officer. Johnson, Maxwell, McMillan\ Moselcy, Perry) Slew-art-15. 3d March, HH5.llcsolC'l'd bill was lost. i. I
The field notes of the Surveyors note only the margatn of the Nays-Messrs. Baldwin and Smith-ii. That the Governor be, and he is hereby, requested to Ordered that: the same be certified: to the House of Eeprescntali e
swamps as the )lines enter and leave them without, in the larger prow Said J bill passed. Title as slated. forward a copy of this Preamble and Resolution to our Senators and e .

portion of cases, noting lauds "subject to overflow," and are"suampv" Ordered that the same be certified to the House of Representatives. Representative: in Congress and to the Secretary of the Department Bill to be 'ntidetl.An act to appropriate oncthonsand dollars to I j .

outside of tlie swamps or rivers for some distance. The of the Interior. improve, the navigation of Holmes Creek in Washington County; "

connection of the swamp, as delineated on the map of the Town- House bill to lie entitled, An act to authorize Absalom M.\ West Which were read, and passed. Was read the second time, and on motion referred to the Committee ),
hip made out by the United States Surveyor, show as near as pos- to establish} a Ferry across the Apalachicola River, at or near the Ordered that the same be certified to the House of Representatives on Internal Impro\"em nts. "

Bible, without an actual survey the topography of the Township ; mouth of Lake: lamonia ; Bill to be entitled, An act concerning the Swamp and Overflowed -: t 1 .
but these connections arc frequently uncertain in regard to the areacovered Was read: the third time ; on the question of its passage, the yeas Mr. Baldwin introduced the following resolution : Land granted by Congress; to this State ; .N : '1
: by the swamp, in which event, the adoption of the field and nays were : Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of tIle Was, on motion of :Mr.: Baldwin, laid on the t.ibTt"J t'

notes in the Surveyor General's Office as the basisof the lists to be Ycas-\lr.:\ President, Messrs.\ Avery, Baldwin, Buddington, Stale of Florida in General Assembly cwmrened'l'hat the Comptroller On trfotion of Mr. Brown of Columbia, the Senate adjourned! until .

ttV out by him, would be prejudicial to the interest of the State. Crawford, Finley, Forward, Johnson, Maxwell, McMillan: Perry, is authorized and directed to issue his warrant on the Treasuryin 10 o'clock, to-morrow, A. M.
lly add4ing]; the alternative allowed in the Jotter of the Commis- Smith, StCWlrt-JJ.: favor of the Treasurer of the Counties of Monroe and Escambia, 1' .

....stoner, the State can, (aided by the authority of the Federal Government Nays-:Messrs. Brown of Columbia, Moscley-2. for the amount to be ascertained by said Comptroller of ten percent L I i! -.. '.
,) with the field notes and township maps in the office of the Said bill pnssl'd.rritle 'is stated. upon all taxes paid into the Treasury from said Counties of Monroe : The following! messages were received from his Excellency the k !l.: "

United States Surveyor General, enter upon tho work of furnishing Ordered that the same bo certified to the House of Representa and Escambia, on sales made at Auction, since the first day of Governor: .i i 1'.
satisfactory evidence," in the! mode pointed out by the Commitfeioner ti n s. January 1816, which said ten per cent shall be applied for the support EXECTTTIVE CIIAMBEE: December 29th, 1850. ] : '

that such tracts of land as may be claimed are of the character : House bill to be entitled, An act to Incorporate the Apalachicola of Common Schools in said Counties. TJie honorable R. J. FLOYD, > ;t ". it I..
embraced in the grant and Middle\ Florida I Plank Road Company ; Which was read the first time, rule) waived, read the second and President of the Senate : ; i t 4 1

The estimated. amount of land owned by the United States before Was read the third time as amended ; on the question of its pas third times and passed. I Sir: I have approved and signed, .' I J:, ,I

nuking this grant, was near thirty.four millions of acres. It is sup. sage the yeas and lItJIi'eI'6 : Ordered that the same be certified to the House of Reprcsentalives. An act to, locate and make jiermanent the County-site of WaltonCounty t

mussed that the number of acres embraced in the grant cannot fall Yeas-Mr.: President, Messrs. Austin, Avery, Baldwin, Brown of ; : ,

far short of millions of acres, including some of the bust Columbia, Buddington, Crawford, Finley, Forward, Johnson, Maxwell \ Mr. Finley, from the Committee on Amendments and Revision of Also, an act to empower Alexander. : R. Godwin, a minor, to'r.s- i: : 'i '
and most valuable lands in the State, lying on the rivers mid water McMillan\ Moseley, Perry, Smith, Stewart, ''l'a10r-17.. I the Constitution, made the following report: sume the management of hi-; own estate. !;:1 :t i
courses, and the whole extent of our G ulf coast To make.this i rant !l\nJf--\one. The Committee on Amendments and Revision 'of the Constitution ""Ld. I have caused to be deposited in the office of the Secretary : j

profitable and advantageous to the State, it is nil-important that a I Said bill parsed. Title as stated. to t whom was referred a bill to be entitled, An act to amend of State.: : ; -. If 1
proper system in regard to it should be adopted, and all due energy Ordered that the same bo certified to the House of Representa- the first 'clause of the tenth :article of the Constitution of this Stale, THO. BRO"' ;: :"I 1 l li
should be infused iuto the department which shall be charged with ti,es so as to authorize the 'appropriation of the proceeds of all lands ** '' a 11
i 11& minerviMon and management I Bill to be entitled, An act authorizing Judges of Probate to set heretofore granted: or which may"lJe hereafter granted by the United, EXECUTIVE CKAMBEE, December 28, 1S50.d .i." s
The system under which tIle Seminary and Internal Improvement apart Dower; States to this'Stale,for a Seminary or Seniinariea'of Lt>aningto the To the Honorable R. J. FLOYD, i. t

Lands have been selected and secured to the State, has, so far as Was read the second time, and referred to the Judiciary Commit use of Common Schools have had the same under consideration, President of the Sena'e: '-

your Committee are infonned, worked well Many of the most valuable tee. and as Chairman of"i aid Committee:, I am instructed to report thei SIR :-I have upproved and signed: the following Acts* V1z: >.-. -- '' 1 w .
lands in the State have been secured under it, and with as Engrossed bill to be entitled, An act fixing the Compensation of same back to the Senate without amendmeritand to recommend Au act to change the name of Maria L. Wi-sl,0 ft w t

touch despatch as the nature of the caso admitted. Tax Assessors and Collectors for assessing and collecting taxes for its.passage. An act for the icli.f of Mary: A. lIar t.e, and David Plait! ;', .' &' .

Tour Committee think it would not beUFC to throw aside hat County purposes<< ; : < J. J. FINLEY, CJut-nnan.; An act. to establish the rates of Wharfage, Dockage, and Storage 4' ;
system for any oilier which has not been tried by the test.of experience Was read the third time ; on tIle question of its passage, the yeas Which was received, and said bill 1 f ordered to bo", placed among" in t I City of Key West, County of Monroe.'' '<*-.jiOTVlucb "

!', and therefore recommend the passage of a law making it the and r nays were: the orders of the-day. ,...uI :j I have caused: to b} deposited. in the office of the Scoretary : .1 .

duty of the State Register under the provisions' of the act entitled,\ Y'eas-:Messrs. Baldwin, Brown of Columbia,' Johnson, Maxwell, Mr. Baldwin, from the Committed" on Engrossed: Bills. made the, of State. *- '- -, ,. :& ''J ;r H

An act to establish the office of Register of Public Lands, approved Moselev' -5. following report:' -4! TII03I. 9-BRO'VNI'. ".*"'J 1 i J
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r; j FRIDAY, January 3, 1851. Mr. Baldwin, from die Committee on Engrossed Bills, made the tJIjc: jteribiuu &jonrnnL has been recently directed.of Gov.Delegates Floyd i''all the Mrs'n<. CamUu-No.2

t wlngjRcpprt: oed Cvnt of NThe Judicial power of t State AaS b or t

: '::' TKe Senate met pursuant to adjournment The Committee on Engrossed Bills, beg leave to report as correct. - -- Stte-the U mo To Legislature of yi nW Scprnnc Court Cot Chaneer .I
; r' The Rev. Mr. Pratt officiated as Chaplain. engrossed, R. B. HILTON I & C. E. DYKE. !Si will act on the suggestions to Gymr i ani Justices of Peace." Cirut ..

: I :. '. A quorum being present, yesterday's proceeding were read and np.i ly A.bill to be entitled, An act to amend the first clause of die tenth* EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS.. The. R E"qin i quite" positive the a t ts (In See article tame 5,Judicial Department section *tiw l)
take it
proved.Mr. article of the Constitution of this State, so cd to authorize the appropriation \ rsys tt paper, {ttT .For t time of ae yean from 3 i cii

; \ ;& Avery, from the Committee on Schools and Colleges, made of the proceeds of all lands heretofore granted, or which SATURDAY JANUARY 4, 185L i te nLe of r the Uno" Shd Florida a Judges of the Circuit Courts,and t e of

IiI the following report: be hereafter granted, by the United States to this State for a call o her sister States, it desirable that Ger Assembly shall other t.= 1
Schools and to whom referred the may t1- Concert.-*e are requested to that the I ,wul it not advisable to makeprovisional Supreme Court shall beperform vestej te
j t The Committee on Colleges, was Seminary or Seminaries of Learning, to the use of Common say shall respond I so b i a j i ,
bill to be entitled, An act to provide for the establishment of two Schools Concert will take place on Tuesday night next, at the arrangements fo a representation in the by,the Judges the sevwithtn C d !
c ; this State, and they or a
4 ycminaries! of Learning, ask l leave toREPORT A bill to be entitled, An act relating to the duties of Tax Assessors Capitol Convention I Although we can anticipate little o no hold such sessions of the majority tD e -

I: : and Tax Collectors, and for other purposes, approved January good a.,likely to result from such a body, e.ttuta times as maybe directed. Sup blw. C a I ,5!

0 This bill was introduced for the purpose of carrying out the intent 9 1S4U) The Supreme Court it wfll necessarily b of a majority from the North, "T Supreme C, I <
I .": of Congress as manifested in the act of March 3d, 1845, by which Also, engrossed amendments to House bill to be entitled, An act., Meets on Monday next. All tho Judgesare nevertheless we would b perfectly willing t see i and sh section t 8,a plesa myb pie a b h j

.4 : act there were given to the State two entire Townships of land into to amend an act incorporating the city of St. Augustice, approved in attendance.The assemble, arkl should certainly watch it deliberationswith cr to establish t organize Gen a A .b.h hTe

; addition to the two Townships already reserved, for the use of two 4th February, 1833. General : the most anxioos solicitude, a hv a important of original equity jurisdiction;but nntH surf, rj1 1

". Seminaries of Learning, one to be located East and the other West JNO. P. BALDWIN, Chairman. Assembly. bearing upon the future d t t Republic.One Courts shall be established and orsanizedTtLor o :

r' .7 of the Su\vanme." Which was received, and said bills ordered to be placed among Very little of special interest has been done or of these proposed measures -the South- Courts shafl exercise such jurWictioor' C a*

I .} By the last annual report of the Register, it appears that the fund (die orders of the day. in either House the past week, excepting the em Congress t and the General Convention-are deserving of The the Supreme Judges of the C Court's then, a Jaf t

: from the sale of the Seminary lanJs was, on the 31st October entitled An act to correct an error in the South.em of the Assembly. toi virtue of I
( I arising Bill to be passage, over the veto of the Governor, the deliberate consideration of the General fice-and not by th C of the o5stjnrtiv;

,1't' 1850, 810,951 41. boundary) of Leon County, together with die substitute proposed bill to araend an act incorporating the Atlantic Their grand design is, a we understand it character** pro w> ", mb Supreme \

4 ( ;., In the opinion of your Committee, the amount of the fund makes by the Chairman of the Select Committee ; and Gulf Rail Road The vote first to save the Union i it can le done without hading th Cttu thus -

-; It the duty of die present General Assembly to provide for carrying Were read. Company. all that is dear to the South-but should this darned; precisely a o a recognized1!!
will be fund in the Senate of Chancellor, in virtue o( their office, a* Judewoftf.? I
.i: into effect die beneficent design of Congress. On motion, Mid substitute was adopted, and ordered to a second foil, then secondly, to provide for that which will b Circuit Courts, and not distinctively by the essenst '*

How can this be 1 lwt done f buildings reading to-morrow. yesterday in another column. The messageof I inevitable, a separation from the NrtA-ponccable i awl exclusive ch.t of thaw frustrates tr t

,4.: Surely not by an expenditure of this money in magnificent House bill to be entitled, An act to amend an act incorporating the Governor, which wo also publish, ,drew possible, forcible if necessary. functions they dI a. "w t trb! w_

0 nor by founding costly professorships. The fund, our means Pru.a die city of St Augustine, approved 4di February, 1833; forth quite an animated discussion, in which :The Committee of Fifteen,which will probably f I j jurisdictiontheyexercise.Constitution I,it !
.. F ns a people, forbid our embarking in any costly undertaking. Was read the third time, as amended ; on the question of its passage recommendsome Tlc b o and cstabK.h :
deuce requires that as little of this fund bhould he expended in build. Messis. Rnley and Baldwin, in favor of the port early the com'Weck my possibly Supreme Court, i provineeofat the C :. !
the :
yeas nays were action in to measures to which we Assembly, 4kiuedexpeIentte., {
ings ns possible; that, in die commencement, these institutions should Yeas-Mr. President, Messrs. Austin,Avery, Brown of Columbia, I veto, and Messrs. Forward, Avery and Maxwell have referec Florida should to meet and when t\ii whnve shall have been oreanizedtU& j

be devoted to the purpose of meeting our most pressing wants. Buddington, Crawford, Finley, Forward, Johnson, )lclillanIose. I against it, participated. Tho Supreme hastily n.ftro prepare itself Judges of Circuit Courts cea"to be memWrf "
in which it -
To prevent the necessity of l lessening the fund by devoting any Smith Stewart Taylor-15. the question in any phase may present tribunal which they n log constate an4just comn Q J
Icy, Perry, Court Ml l is made the special order for Monday But the disgusted with resolutions a* -would
of it to the of erecting buildings, resolutions were introduced count i .they b Clor Mr* 1
part purpose None. a
.. Nays- the bill for the Indiansis is as Courts of
nest- removing which to be Wliatever Chancery
of that body are never ;
die sanction lpt b
and have received obe
r, into the Senate, Said bill passed. Title as stated. And in either ebl
authorities and individuals postponed to Tuesday. The latter meas. done.therefore, should be the fruit deliberate reflection aJ or.rniz Cc. fu
calling upon die city and county upon Ordered that the same be certified to die House of Representa c alke e f>as th*umcd character f '
.II to say what they are ready to offer to induce the location of the tives. ure will pass into a law, and the State will; ,and then-aliile the CO't.tCty and eo iani te oter separate antribunal dutfoct

." Seminaries in particular counties. Mr. Finley moved (the rule waived) that Messrs. Austin and Tay. then act in the matter. Finances, &c. These u several erected. ;

.: Should these resolutions receive the sanction of the House, your .' lor have leave of absence until Monday next; In another will found a condcndcnsed Chancery and Circuit tribunals Supreme Court, Courts of

Committee trust that enough will be contributed to furnish die necessary Which was carried.Mr. Report on Federal Relations. b system C.c.tao ju "

r 4 ,.' grounds, buildings and apparatus, and so preserve the principal Perry moved that the rule be waived), and lie be allowed, TVe are prevented by a want of space from laying statement of the receipts and expen. pre the a,yet ete.one a the sea-" .

of the Seminary: fund entire, for die purpose of sustaining the without previous notice, to introduce a bill to be entitled, An act in before our readers the Report made in the House on ditures of the city during tho past year.- and the several out.Judge a Ckncet

Seminaries when in operation. relation to die term of office and duties of the Tax Collectors; Monday last, by Mr. ANDERsoN, Chairman of the The city is now free of debt, and a balancein lor ble-, though the' diL"n ri kxxmpatj. ;

With the aid of the county authorities our Common School system Which motion was carried, said bill read die first time, and ordered Committee on Federal Relations. After the adjournment the Treasury of 1027 98. The expense b and its functions a."nrnvd powers, o lone each may tha i

may be put in operation in the winter of 18 1-2. to a second reading tomorrow.On we shall endeavor to publish tliu as well any of the city school has been SI 155 45. But ac1' may authorize, but not a moment 1 I loo a ,:

It is the opinion of your Committee that a want of good teachers motion of Mr. Smith, the Senate adjourned until 11 o'clock other reports that may be made on the same subject and cease upon the instant tb several different tn ju- 1
felt. for tbs item, the taxes might with safety be ail are organized, contemplated by the ,
will then he severely tomorrow, A. M. during the l'CSt ion. tion. 3 ;
To meet this want the ;I/ill under consideration providesthat the The Report L i moderate,yet decided, in its tone. It reduced are incontrovertible :
first purpose of these Seminaries shall be the instruction of persons presents the right of neceswon, a. distinguished from In connection with this matter, we have !TC r prptio" I may be mistaken at le am tier

both male and female, in the art of teaching all the various branches VETO MESSAGE OF THE GOVERNOR. revolution clearly and unequivocally, and enunciates been requested to publish the following ticket \ we'.ing know e!g o one needs it m rat- i

that pertain to a good Common School education." views this that will be overwhelmingly sustained mOt partial friends must b C"tr Il
EXECUTIVE CHAMBER, December 30, 1850. on subject for Intendant and Councilmen for the next The then
the being they
considered to rcrd tJ
Institutions for this purpose, are now necessary prcm'
the and of this State. It
School Honorable R. J. FLOYD by Legislature People -election on Monday next-and are authorized cannot 1 -the only difficulty tie!
efficiency of the system in those States where the Common The year ; Let L a t d i
condemns the so-called Compromise of the late session, duco us see.
has been in existence for a century. If important to them, when President of the Senate : but is not"prepared to recommend scces.sion or revolution to say that the gentlemen will leif Judges of the Circuit Cou could not
from the time whicH has elapsed, it might be supposed that Arsonsqualified the Constitution have been ex members t 'I'
S IR-I deem it my duty to return to the Senate, being die House on account" of it, though it regards the spirit elected: o 'f
for the calling, were abundant, how much more important Supreme Court upon a complete organization the
re-consideration An act alter and
for to
.I" which it
in originated,- which prompted that measure "'illu tJ"d.teJ and developed For Intendant, Judicial Department by first
must it be for us who are just entering the field of Common School the Atlantic t Gener Aemtlrwhen .
and Gulf
amend the act entitled, \n act to incorporate
thousand other anti demonstrations they were
D. P. HOGUE ESQ. more
enterprise, and have few if any well-trained masters in the art of by a tavery elete c they s taw*
Rail Road Company. as BO malignant i in iU designs and so obduratein if the Supreme b ori Bt a usual in f
who claim this State as the land of their birth. For Councilmen, such it ii
teaching, can My objections to this act are, that it is violative of die Constitution c'C. preci uly atbi confasioo
The bill before us provides that, next to qualifying teachers for of this State and the rights and interests of die people of Florida its purposes, as to leave but little hope that F. H. FLAGG, D. WALKER, Esq., arises, where the circles seem t touch, or t I of

their employment, the purpose of the Seminaries shall be, to give ; jn'-1S-I' probably passed the General Assembly without' due consideration its aggressions will stop short of the ruin into S. W. MYERS. Dr. J. H. RANDOLPH, demarcation apparently blend,-and thin a moment t
ivhichlt too, when .
they really
the inecliauick arts in husbandry and agricultural Li seeking to drive Uion While it is unwilling.hov. sver. Ipuate and &
instruction in of the act of incorporation to which this act is an amendment .
C. E DYKE D. C. WILSON, t&i original and l :
recommend ion because of vide-reduce t
I chpinUtry, in die: funtll1ueubllaws, and in what regards the rights \"cr, to se.ce aggrestions by the c.k
tho ii R. A. SHINE J. A. EDMONSON.We \ spheres process t .
already perpetrated Report against ,
And duties of citizens. The First Article of the Constitution-Declaration of Rights-- any stitution ha desujne-L .

It will be seen that the object of the bill is, not to establish institutions sec. 24, declares, rt That perpetuities and monopolies arc contrary to further concessions on.the part of the South. The are requested to say by Mr. D. C. All the Judicial fuiq. I admit, a rested h
usual in institutions known colleges lat has been reached in retreating before the fanatical thee several Jndr in ''ho such various characters (
where studies such as step
t as are Wilson whose been mentioned for
J the genius of a free State, and ought not to be allowed. And the name h are combined and under de Q
) : J or universities can alone be pur&ued, but where those arts 2d section of the 8th Article declares, that A liberal system of Internal demands of the insane dioorganizera of the free the office of Intendant, that his engagements veloptDt of o. wh th protean

"1 winch ennoble man and make him truly independent are to be taught Improvement being essential to the development of the resour. States. Says the Report will him the in that p '
The various sciences connected with the mechanic arts are too of die shall be encouraged by the Government of this Concession by the South,for the sake of the Union prevent serving city ca- a llle mayi*format, se vertct in om J"

much neglected, and agriculture, to too great an extent, conducted ces country, Las now been made to the very verge of dishonor,and pacity. of this matter of Intendant But these functions>,jurisdiction, and f
State, and it shall be the duty of the General Assembly, as soon as Southern heart revolt at submission to further .pprop originally divisible,they become pen m ?
without regard to die rules which should.govorn those who are en. practicable, to ascertain by law proper objects of improvement, in every injustice. Tins is the common ground upon which all -ought te Mayor to h paid some compensation wj soon as assigned to their several separate a

1 gaged in that noble employment relation to Roads, Canals, and Navigable Streams, and provide fora Southern men meet and laying aide all differences in consideration of his duties? The rates under the Constitution. This seems t I m "

These are truths which, in the abstract, all are ready to admit. suitable application of such funds as may be appropriated for suchimprovements. that have hitherto divided them pledge to each other find fault frequently, with that refutbe
people ,
Your Committee need not enlarge upon them. their mutual vows t recede no Cirther. For her love very : these several tribunals be different and

e They think these Seminaries cannot be pmployed to a bettor pur. of the Union, the South may proudly appeal to thepa'tfor functionary, and complain that he is some- distinct in their very nature, structure and erganin.tionarenot
The 2d section of the act of incorporation to which this act is an her love of liberty, let her now appeal the officers sol-and J u not each one;relatively -
pose than in disseminating knowledge upon these subjects.Tlie amendment, provides '!'Imat the said corporation shall have die rightof to the gte. times remiss in the discharge of the duties ap. to the other, another-and different office I

bill does not confine the operation of the Seminaries to these constructing and maintaining a Rail Road within this State, be- The rigid observance of the fugitive slave bill Li derdc pertaining to his office ; but they are oblivious station"I I may b urged that though the ttaiimfi o* .

objects; as their means increase die field of operation is enlarged. tween die Atlantic Ocean, or the waters tributary or connecting not only by the Federal Government but by of the fact that he receives nothing whatever d'jfrrent, yet the office i, the tcnne,-it i the IJdt !
incalculable.Let office. All then, depends the
Florida has within her borders the elements of wealth upon meaning :
wtth the same, and the Gulf Mexico, or the waters emptying into, Stte and municipal authorities. In the event of for what be do, it much or little. word stationThoughMes.litIwaeuowar.- t ,
elements may
and skill effort and out of the b
intelligence guide our e
or connecting with die same, and upon such route as they bhall deem the repeal of this bill by Congress, or its practical abrogation "The whole war turns it, with it*
In of this the office o
this will arise if a-beg
this wealth will be created; and from possible, a consequence goes
advisable and and no other or or 3fytbonfM. I
most judicious, person company by State or interposition or in the
ptill greater necessity that all should possess a knowledge of the fundamental corporation, shall have lite pricilfffc or rigid of constructing any RailRoad event of the mUcpl for the abolition; of ging-no one wants it. Whoever takes it is I must confess, are turned on pc except wten I
laws," and should be well instructed in what regards the Canal uithin miles the Eastern p-lage any sure to receive more curses than thanks. loiik at the Southern question, I only fed areaonable
or commencing twenty of or in of Columbia, it
slavery or prohibiting of honest resentment and virtuous
b rights and duties of citizens Northern terminus of the Road hereby authorized, and which shall in ol the Territories-the Committee a Fortunately, thus far the city has had efficient indignation.d
the any
Cntcrtaiuing these views, the Committee recommend passageof tchcrcin East Florida within miles the Western re.r b1! It should be observed that the Section xies the I
terminate any twenty of making it the duty of the Governor of this State to Intendints, but we are not so certain that a von
die bill. or Southern terminus of the said Road hereby authorized. Pro- station, a well 8 office dl-jonctivelv,under the sme
Chairman. convoke, by proclamation a Convention of the People, reasonable would not draw out
O. M. That the said shall and compensation clause or branch referring tt the Judiciary, it most
tided linwcvcr corporation
survey to deliberate upon the mode and measure of their therefore be taken in this Is not, itstion ,
Which received and said bill ordered to be placed re the clothed the
was among commence the construction of said Road within one year after tho dress. a little more efficiency in person \t'el as office, cex and I i

the orders of the day. approval of this act," &c. with the robes of Mayor. Besides it i is not is not Supreme seat phibt
Maxwell from Select Committee made the following report The u accompanied by the following resolutions C o B
-. Mr. a Now, here is a monopoly, perpetuity and exclusive privilege grant. Rep just I the city taxes the time and mind of another and stt4n"! This cannot b d I
: ed this amendatory act, for the term of twenty to three nied and thus there i an en of the aDL
t Tlie Select Committee, to whom was referred the bill to be enti. by years persons JrolfeJl glee finite ar>dII, of R'pre4'.enlaliresof any of her citizens, she ought to pay for it.- E.D.I
I not citizens of this State, with the privilege of extension for a the State in General confess I would avoid the conclusion to ,
in to the Southern of P/Qrir Afmlily convened No drives nail prints a willingly
act or
tled, An act to corr'ct:1I1 error an change one a hand-bi
longer term, with unlimited powers over a large portion of die sovereignty That the compact by which the several States of whichbthistrainofreusoningIfindIarnirrss. t
Boundary of Leon County, with the petition of sundry citizens of domain, and sea-board of this State, without any consider. this Confederacy formed tlienwelvia( under a United without pay, and why should the city require bly conducted.The .

.. aid County, praying to have said change made, and and also the ation whatever for such extensive privileges. It will be seen by reference Goverment was the act of sovereign States,and that the Intendant to superintend these and a Ct Judg&other things being eqnalar9
'; petition of Benjamin Byrd to have certain sections on which he re- powers not pUendt'o ly that compact fir.t tntit T clm ternce,to t,
j the Act the Atlantic and Gulf Rail Road rLu
to incorporating to the be exercisedby thousand other things, and allow him nothing merit and barred,it
> fides, exempted from said change, have had die.same under consideration St"lt may ability conjoined- they a 'I
( fi 4 j Company, approved January the 11th, ISm, that it has expired by them at their own uncontrolled will and pleure2ll in return ? the office is worth any thing to may be a unjust and unvisoexclusion
and ask leave to ipltc
its own limitation, and is a dead letter upon the statute book, if riot RewlcKl Tt among the rights and powers I poc
REPORT: revived by this act for its amendment, which is virtually a reenactment thus rlCl JI capable of being exercised by the die city, it is worth compensating the person "Ha liz, lpla esC .

That they are satisfied it is the wish of much the larger portion of of this dead corporation, with all its extraordinary privileges.By Htat6 right for each State to judge (there being who discharges its duties. If j it is not worth The intention of the is to na- !
those who will be affected by said change, to have their residence, no common arbiter. between sovereignties,)whetherthe due influences from coming "j in conflict Jet freedom
and to exercise citizen privileges and perform cilia dut'es in the very casual investigation of its structure, it will bo found to. other parties to this compact lave broken it,and to this, abolish it altogether, and with it you!I oCleiol,1 Te influence of"office 0 station,*
contain some very remarkable provisions, and to be equally as remarkable decide whether such violation by the other parties city A government badly administered or unconscionslT exercised -
nb government bnevolent
Wakulla. Your Committee Ittate
County of can see no good reason why for tho absence of some highly necessary provisions. It solves the rest of the States from the obligations of a any cnre malign. I
such wish should not be gratified. But instead of the partial change te worse than none at all.
confers on three namely, Isaac Newton, Alfred G. Benson, eaid compact i admit that the point of honor or virtue it here sfrzniedthecortldrawnrathertoohard -
proposed by the bill, they recommend that when the line starts persons 3d. That each State lias a right to withdraw : but it done IJ I
b and John 'f. Howard, who are not citizens of this Commonwealth, R.ot.J i
west, it shall be continued in that direction till it reaches the Ocko. ( when the obligations of the mutual Imports and the fundament law. j
the entire and control of the corporation, as its corporators, : broken the other Eor.
powers by and It that this L literal
the line uniform without ae may interpretation- t
locnee river. This will make materially comp pre We hear a great deal : a- b :
and also die only Commissioners named, with authority to appointthe may deem such ncr "- that the.ibitio though within the letter,is yet n .
affecting any others! citizens of that part of-the country.As time and place for opening books for subscription for stock, by t her honor or essential to hert'cl l>eing, and bout the balance of trade, that is, the amountof within spirit, the Constitution. That
to the petition of Mr. Byrd, to be exempted from the operation that any attempt o ]Iart fr the Genl'rl "Jleret in lilt*, in ;"
themselves, or such agents as they may choose to appoint,and to act imports being larger than the exports, the ltd crt
of the proposed change, the Committee duly appreciate the Government to re Lst the pe IccfJ secession from the that we should rather yield to expansive?pir- I
receivers of their own subscriptions for stock, and the first instal a
to feelings and motives which prompted the request, but arc constrain. Union of an y State, wold b grot-a usurpation f \ excess constitutes a debt against the country. a free COttutio in a generous confidence towards
ment required to be paid at the time of subscribing for the same : power, subversive to the the States,>and de- those position itself is elevated
wboe very
unadvisable that the should in The Atlas refutes this
cd to think it Legislature act mattersof Albany prevalent error
nor is the objection removed by the addition in the amended char btructive of the principles f.f liberty.4th. above the murky clouds of distrust and suspicion,that I
\ public concern, with a view to suit the convenience and wishes of ter, of the names of two citizens! of St. Augustine, to die Commissioners Reunited That while the State of Florida acquiesces in this succinct manner: curtnintheIaeofthemonntaint1atthefogi5th5spitted
particular in iviJu\l So far as the petitioner! i concerned, they in the enactment of the so called the the in the bewT. 5
by sun
any who are still clothed with the power to appoint agents to act rmprom- The debt to Europe spoken of is the aleged Eplenourof
if his could be granted consistent with measures, she regards herself having, Very be deemed fanciful and fine, ;
would be glad request publicpolicy a th may
for them. The charter prescribes no rules for regulating the mode balance of trade of 40,000,000 against wel
of single a1TnitthC analogie -
but its dictates, and with a view to avoid confusionin harmony approached a pit a step beyond be very te I
pursuing and manner of taking subscriptions for stock, or any limit or restriction which in yielding to the 'of the anti-slavery this: countr. It is not a debt to but of the natural and ; "*&atirn' vs
the line, they think it better to run it straight to die river, as before of die number of shares of stock which may be taken by any individual spirit would b iiicoitLstciit with her safety and her is between the Europ the /,it writ* bu 1
advise the of the va
recommended. The Committee passage accompanying or company; and as this amended act confirms to these honor. exports and all the imports and from all The question is now Curly before the General is
die bill and ask to be Stli. Resolved, That the devotion of the of sun :
for discharged.A.
substitute people semblv-at a session one of the most important
their of the entire millions the world within the
corporators, monopoly capital of two Florida Union Is i parts of past year. Sucha l
E. MAXWELL, Chairman, to the of the States, not a bluui idolatry our admission into the Unicn-al the first terminus :
JOHN L. CRAWFORD as contemplated in die original charter ; it is reasonable to to a mere name,but is founded upon the conviction balance is no evidence of debt. It might as our independent career-at a rew point of departure. r7'

presume that they will take care, by themselves or their agents, to that it was designed by our forefathers, and if its well l>e said that we are running in debt to in judicial reorganization-when we feel all that a Ion .J
secure the additional stock of three millions, or so much thereof as mutual obligations are OhK'Ve.will prove to be the the Antarctic seas because our whalers import justice, an admiration of integrity and a jealouw for
"Which was received, and said bill together with said substitute best and purest means and securing the freedom It is fortunate that this and other
them the can inspire.
may'be necessary to give entire control of the company, more from that quarter than their outfits.A .
the orders of the honor, and liberty of the confederated States, the General
t ordered be day. safety at a session of *
to placed among questions are presented
which is limited to a number not less than ten, in which too three that sails to China on a .
year's "
Baldwin moved call of the Senate. and that when it fails t accomplish the ends for whichit "esl voyage Assembly, distinguished for the moral worth,talents
Mr. a !, corporators are to bo included, and of whom not less thanjre are was flr1d and becomes in the hands of an unscrupulous must, in order to clear itself, bring a return information and patriotism of both Houses. Thes I

The following Senators were present: required to be citizens of Florida, but who might be merely nominal a engine of oppression and injustice cargo that will pay a reasonable profit questions it is the province of the Legislature at least I
Mr. President Messrs. Avery, Baldwin, Brown of Columbia stockholders. it will have lost the attributes which entitled it to our upon the capital invested in outgoing in the first instance under their sense of responsibiW .1 I

Brown of I1m borough, Buddington, Crawford, Finley, Forward, cargo to the Constitution and the to decide; and n
There is in this act the act to which it is love.6th the Labor of officers country
no provision or an amcndment i ship, upon and
Rewired That in of all the of the
Maxwell McMillan Perry Smith, Stewart, spite injustice the guided by correct principles of public
Johnson, Moseley, nght spirit !
requiring that the Directors of this corporation, or any past, we will adhere to this Union, i the Northern crew, and the interest for a year's delay, be. duty and legislative interpretation,the decision TiU

j.( Taylor. with portion of diem, shall bo citizens of tiiis State ; whilst it grants to States cease from farther aggression o our peculiar side cost of wear and insurance. I this doubtless be made. Whatever it be, I at least abaJn ;
"' Mr. Johnson, moved that any further proceedings ngard to rights, and observe the other obligations of the federal
a this company the exclusive right of transporting or conveying per. calculation is made upon all the commerce of
tlie call be dispensed with; sons, goods and chattels, and merchandize, or property of every description cmpct That on the the stat the country, it will be seen that if this apparent A in conclusion to my courteous friend Rthe

Which was carried.ORDERS said Road, to be by diem constructed. and such 7t RtMrf preservation o balance of trade did not Sentinel '
OF THE DAY. upon upon ut bk fubrtve slave bill, and its faithful exe appear againstus *A goblet at parting tho manyBemambbecrown'dbyusyet
terms or for such prices, as to them may seem most advisable." cti the entitled An act to 01
An act to alter and amend act incorporatethe Aside from die unconstitutional character of this grant, which of the Uni -and repeal or essential modification industry of country as is devoted commerce According to the form ami structure of our joeJitystem

I l Atlantic and Gulf Rail Road Company; gives exclusive privileges to this corporation for twenty years-with ;, to administer it, will make it the had been wastefully misdirected." and by the rules of strict construction I dk

"t Was taken up, and on the question of its passage over the veto of die right of extending die term over a region of this State of forty ,duty of our State authorities to assemble the peopleof I have answered his reply;but upon a liberal| ?9 trU
These ideas
and Florida in and submit to them the care are by no means deemed enlarged
the Governor were: cvention. origin tionin what be the more
\ )his Excellency yeas nays may
miles on die Atlantic Ocean, and forty miles on the Gulf of Mexico,
t Yeas-Mr. President, Messrs. Avery, Brown of Columbia,Brown of averting defending their violated rights. the Atlas. They may b found in a certain of the Constitution,no onewill more cheerfully Jw
4 Maxwell Stewart and running through its very centre-I ask the General Assemblyto 'e relutio take the true ground. But to his views than I, should he undertake the demon
Forward,Johnson, Moseley, Perry, speech made- Daniel Webster
of Hillsborough, reflect well upon the enormous powers and privileges cbnoededby there are other subjects which the Legislature by one a quarter stration.

Taylor-11. this act, and die act which it resuscitates, to persons, who are bestow action.o The Nashville Convention of a century ago, when the said Daniel I nssure my friend, that being only "a quiet H"8
Xa's-\lessrs.: Austin, Baldwin, Buddington, Crawford, Finley, I interests in .lol some about town," I had no expectation of crossing l vfj
foreigners, holding no sympathy or common with our in favor of free trade and
recommended that Southern held against Dted"
a b wa batting with body; his being not the less t
Smidi 7. Ce any ,
McMillan: them to amount which them
to tax to most IZII
people, : any may seem wields *
cd.I" and at least one State, South responded a protective keen, though'it may n Said bill passed. Title as stat advisable." Can it lx the dictate of wisdom or sound Cal h !ria of trutJa.C.lIIUrs.
the House of policy- to this call, by providing Co therein. sure, in the spirit of sincerity and the light
certified to Represents-
Ordered that the same
all other considerations out of the question-to clothe with
I leaving
Other Southern States will doubtless second : Another Alliance.
h\"es. such and few foreigners unknown to th move
prerogatives a our
IM t Resolution relative to per cent. on Auction Sales In the Counties pIe, and powers whose opinions and operations might be at war with peo.the ment in South Caol and it is right and proper that A correspondent of the Baltimore Sun, Or Between Col. Benton and an!Whig

- of Monroe and Escambia; safety and security of our domestic institutions, and blighting to the provision 8 b me for a rprett from writing from Washing, says-.-- there is not a Democtat in the State wj

: WM read the third time; on the question of Its passage the yeas future prosperity of this young and promising State t this Stt I U the province of the present GeneralAssembly The information .received here to-day in would hesitate -in his choice inTaroroTtWformer.
and to make this ,
and Johnson Should it
and nays were called for by Messrs. Baldwin This amendatory act, in also objectionable, in that it repeals die .ted the voice Florida po b omit letter from Boston, goes to show that the ."- Louis Union.
heard in that Congress
were : 9th section of die original charter, which provides that **the stock democrats and free-soilers have effected a If he Granted an egotist, he would c&<0*|
of Hillsbo unless the in
Yeas Mr. President, Messrs. Avery, Baldwin, Brown holders shall be and liable to the creditors of I People, thiir ambh would'
; severally individually pr or certainly will effect one, and Benton. If he wanted a traitor,Ponton
4 I rough, Buddingtou, Johnson, Maxwell, McMillan, Perry, Stewart die corporation, to an amount equal to the amount of stock held by take Nashville the matter Convention.in hand The, a t wth te leage7 of a free-soiler to die U. S. tat. be his choice. If he wanted a Southern maa

: 10. them respectively :" giving thereby the entire benefit of the specu. times demand that every ate will be die result It was awhile with northern principles, Benton would! 1it
Messrs. Austin Brown of Columbia, Crawford, Finley, the should the scheme successful but depriving preparation should b made by the South. ,No evil ***
: Nays- lation to corporators, prove ago, that the national whigs would combine him. If he wanted an Abolitioni
'I ; Moseley, Smidi-. honest citizens, who might become creditors of die companyfor b yet resulted from consultation; and no measure with the sound portion of die democrats in hales traffickers-he would have noobjectx'

l r rd! Said Resolution passed. labor or supplies, of their only chance for security, should the that b been proposed woud hi o judgment, have the legisltu and elect a national either! 'Benton, or the man of the ff Ifl'TIf .

::11 Ordered that the same be certified to die House of Reprcscnta- scheme prove a failure. \ 1 BIOTA decided n only in staying aggression But ther are few national whigs, democrt ad two- he wanted a minister to represent hn g:
and thereby perpetuating Ole Union, in uni- 1
1r VCL I am, very respectfully, bu thirds of the democrats are under free-soil ernraent at the court ,of Africa Benton DJyonddoult. ;
j ': Bill to be entitled, An act to change die name of Sarah Frances .' Your fellow citizen, t the South, than a Southern CC made up of trammels. Only three democratic papers would be his choice I-Cvy
wisdom and of all State.
\Varon' THOMAS BROWN. Sthc tho whole state Metropolitan.o .
_. are JJcrson
j' ; Was read the second time and"ordered to bo engrossed for a third lucre i another e1e a to which the public miair d ound"

., reading to-morrow.







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rff* /: '*' 5opafmafc Georgian. Notice.ON "Wt WTXSOIT & CO; New Store Wand New Goods !.- SALES BY MASTER &e. ':"" -

*"r On the 19th December, at Liberty EluiT, ColumbisCountj. i.1
Farther advance in Cotton. the first' Monday in February, 1851. asrrefa-: Booksellers and Stationers, -, '

NEW YORK, Dec. 30, P. M. Florida by the Rev.Paul B.Oolwn G EORGI: to the last will and trstamcnt ol 'Mary T TALLAHASSEE ,FLORIDA j. o.,DAVIS Master's Sale of Real Estate and j ., ,< ;

L. BROWN, to MATILDA daughter of the late Cot. Thf'mu.dt"Cf'uffi. I will cffor for .aleo. to the high for sale T) ESFECTFUM-Y invite the attention rf the in- Slaves. ;
teamJIip Haltic was compelled lo pmPrincrtown est bidder before the Court flno..e door in the town OFFER cheap for cash"or approved credit iX habitant of the city of Tallahassee and surrounding J'tuc of mtcrlrcutorr! decree of the S f
rbe D. JL & assortment of an Jadg
off Cape Cod, being short 01!r of Marianna, the following Land : country 10 his handsome and well)elected B of the Circuit Court o(tta ilidJLj Circuit of Florida : "I
j ;
inlO She has not yet arrived at New York. On the 19th December by the Rev. P. P. Smith,, S W 4 of Sec 34, T C. R 10. N and W, Books and Stationery, Fancy Articles, &c. stock of fall and Illnttr Goodit'yH\ received item fitting in Chancery, rendefvtl! in a cause therein M1 ,

f i Liverpool dates to the 14th inst. Mr. LUCIUS CHURCH, Jr., to Miss ANN O. SHE lorSccU.T6RlO.NanJW, Among their assortment may found Books of every New York, Philadelphia and Nw Orleans, including dcpetvliix;, wherriu hercules K. W. Andrews admin. --H -
h n" N W 4 of Sec 34, T 6. R 10, Nand W, variety and description in of literature Dry Goodol ranerMde-wriptJons; among which :
!b AiarJlef.All drscriptionAlPtlrlca HUE both of Madison County.The every department ittrator of tile estate of James Barry, in Complainant! ,, ;
wrnooCotton/ S Ejof Sec 33, T 6, R 10. N and W, Science, and the ArU. will be found Ladies Dress Goods in great variety of 5. '
and Alexander 1L and AMa Ehia hill wife, ', .
7" Cotton hare advanced an eighth noble youths of latter days Containing 640 acres of as good l land aun' in the Bibles style and price and a large amort merit of Goods fur LhuUey ,
Boob Psalm and Books and the infant heirs of James deceaocd. to wit.
Hymn Berry,
unchanged.IOTbe Have left the field of boyish plays. Stale, known as the Loa place. Persons desirousof genllemens wear ; Hosiery Gove, "'e.; Boots, j
; quarter I't"nny.-thefl week to 41,180 To win swwter and more congenial joys buying lands in Florida would do well 10 examine Of every kind and other religious and devotional Shoe, Halt, and Cops; Groceries and Liquor, James B. Barry and Mary E. Barry, are IVRvKkuU, t Iq -
ofthe amount works for all I will sell at before the Court House inTallha
i gales denominations of Cliriotions. outcry : '
With their dear v'iven, their darling toys. said premises,as such land are rarely offered Ready-made Clothing in great variety of st)If'l. the first in iJ .
(or sale. Terms of sale-one-fourth in cash, the NEW PUBLICATIONS qualities and prices Negro Kerseys, Liotejs, on Muthlay January next, ,
On the 17th December the Rev Robert How. within 1 J the -. '
; bi1e six by legj hours following property to wit: :
is stead r, at eighteen to eIghteen{ balance in one, two, and three years. Received by the earliest from all French Bed Mackinaw and Nei ro Blankets.All .
conveyance parts LoU NOt 17 antI 18 in TaILiha forth }
racE rcn, Mr. THOMAS LIVINGSTON to Miss MART LUKE LOTT of the Union. of which will be sold af sndh prices, for ca.h, ee,> AdJitioin .

p flCf. firm. IJRANTLY. all of MadUra County Executor of Mary Thomas,deceased. PUBLIC AND PRIVATE LIBRARIES as cannot fail to please the moat la-tiitious. Porcha- with the imnprovcnients.cisa4stin!;of a Dwell irv-l*>u t .; 4 t.,"
Stores 52 invited call and examine his stock and Ilppurtt'llalIt"t".la.tdy ot-cupied by snid James EAr- ':" '
NAVAL January 4. tS51. :t ser are lo previous 1
Consols q-ioted at --- ---- Supplied at the shortest Also East half of No. and
is easf.j. are notice, and on the most favorable to making their selection elsewhere Ills store ry. >tt* 42 43 in TaUaI .

MoEv I CITY FINANCES. Leon Female Academy. turrna. is next door to the Sentinel Printing Office. Lassee, in the North Addition, unimwovcdALwjLot 1 t ," .' ,\

Pil. unchanged.PBOVJSIONS WRITING AND LETTER PAPER. December 2t, 180. 5u No. 21, iu N. .Addition of TaHaLtftetf, :,. ,:
(ml'riC1n Stock arc The City of Tallahassee. in account with GEORGE W. THE Trustees of this institution take pleasure in Of also ununpruvcd )t. : ,-
quiet. Coffee and Sugar to tile public that they have succeeded every quality and description. Al o. Colore-1
are HtTCHiMi.Treasurer, for the Quarter ending December Fresh ArrivalOf Also tbo following staves to wit : i. -
in engaging the services of Win. P. Cunning- Glazed, Music, Drawing-Tinted Papers of nil colors ft "
31, 18:0. d.-c. Julia, aged about 16 years, and her mtuit child; :

fi'1ht by the Baltic arrived in 1850. DR. ham, Eqn of Greenville. S, Cn as principal a gentleman BLANK BOOKS Groceries and Western Produce. Bill.a ed about 1 2 years,and Charlotte,aged about 50 ;', ,I

pawngen Dec. : 1. To cash paid for Negro hire $223 86 of large experience in teaching, who comes will New Orleans Brown Sugar. Sugar Cured Ham. TERMS : Cah Purchaser to pay for title [; -4

D05lrn, }bv J Railroad.llie Burial of Paupers- 12 00 the highest roconuuendatioiu as to moral character and! A very large assortment, comprising almost every Ntw York Double Refined Leal La d in Kezs B. F. WHITNEft Matter in Chancery. f1

Political! News is uninteresting. Ger- Certificate No. 277 for ?25-interest capacity to teach. variety; mutt of them of superior materials and work Crushed So rat, Sjlaratus Mustard Dec., 1850. 43 td. t f!. ),

more peacelul. (17 84, 42 84 TIt Academy will open on the first Monday of Jinuarv maruJ p. Rio Coffee Rice Black Pepper d'' ; !

,-jf.affairs foreign quotations of Cotton has been Contingencies Board of Negroes instant TIle terms of tuition will be made kncwii FOR SCHOOLS, Dried P,rhe and Apples, Flour St Lou la. Master's Sale. ?1' -' ,

So Hows Feed Ac, 133 91CuTflmissin within a few days and the unleraigued rXrC8dthe i Writing Books of superior paper, Pens Pencils, Retards Just received anti for sale low for cash byJ. T TNDER a decretal onkr of Leon Circuit Court in (I :I 'j
received. confident lioiw that the citizens Leon County will : Ink Ink-Stands Rulers .to to C, DAVIS. ...
-*on Tuxes collected 69 26 together with \J Equity made in the cause of Edward Bradford .,
Salary of Clerk and Treasurer, 50 00 build up and maintain a female school in our rmd.-t inferior all the popular School Books now in use. Among December 21, 1SSO. 50. Richard Bradford and Thomas Bradford,.. W m. P. : S .J

NEW Yoait. Dec. 30. P. M. M City Marshal 62 60 to none in the South. hese are the Southern Readers,and several other very Craij heirs of LaFayette heir of John Judj e. and : 1
Teachcrsof! Pub.School 850 00 JL A. LONG. highly approved Southern School Books.STATIOYEIt TAILORING.THE .
others, I will offer at pubhc sale, before the CourtHouse f'
has advanced to-day from I to J THOS. BALTZELL subscriber would inform the citizens of Tal- {
COTTOX Contingent expenses of 84 45 in Tallahassee on Monday tIle 6th day of January ,. t:
reached bales. Other things R. A. SHINE ': that he has commenced the above business
sales 45 :0 '
Printing account, a'
tent. The Embracing almost every article usually found in an next, a tract of Land containing 560 acres, mount
C. E. DYKE. and solicits share of
cbanbe Amount appropriated for purchase of RICHD. IIA Y'W AID extensive Bookstore. ALjo. a large assortment of clecaut respectfully a public or less, being aU of Section 17. (except the East half .
U a Bell for City use, 100 00 patronage. of South East quarter,) in Township 1 North Range I .;
J. VTAYLES BAKER. Store opposite the Florida Exchange. .1 4
Balance, 1027 98 FANCY East. Term CASH. Purchasers to for Master's
Dec.) 30. P. M. January 4. 1 S51. 62 tf I to-: Garments cut to order. 1
rn.itADEX.MiiA titles. BENJ. F. WIIITNER ,
Too: ;
: numerous to particularize embracing a great JAMES SEMPLE. .
Printing office is 2141 80 CITY ELECTION. of Ornamental and November 23, 1850. 46 71 Muster in Chancery. t' '
The Philadelphia Ledger variety Fancy Goods, Elegant November 30. 15)1) 47 If

consumed. Tho loss is estimated at 1 "50. CR. AN election for an Inlendant and eight Counc'J- Stationery of domestic and foreign manufacture, Presentation Commissioners' Sale. ::-

to.ta1l Dec. 31. By balance on hand 405 83 of the City of Tallahassee 'lor the year Goods of various kinds tc. Ac. Plow Iron. TJ

5150,000. _ _ cash received for Taxes oft 850, 1410 97 1S51, iiill be held at' the Court House on Mondaythe All of which are offered at the very lowest prices. A Complete assortment, just received and fclf sale MARY E. FORT, h-?-- ii r
41 a a a Licenses 6th day of January next. The 'lollowing persons TVachcrs Traders and Merchants, supplied on the by McNAUGHT A ORMOND. .. !.' ;
More Peace Measures. 44 will act Inspectors : most reasonable terms. Newport Dec 28,1850. 50Bagging' ZACHARIAH C. FORT. # "j

We are to have, it appears, another game0fconCilLation exhibition Fines of negiocs 15 00 Edward M. West, L. C. Demilly, John R. Llojd Also,WM.WILSON t GO'S.FLORIDA ALMANAC, BY virtue of a decretal order in Equity made at ; ;i
and I Elsqis. By order of the City Council. & Bale Rope.* last Term of Leon Circuit Court we will offer '
With all
and harmony compromise sale, 66 00 tie Astronomical calculations for this lattude "
G. W. HUTCHhXS, Secretary. at public sale,before the Court House in TalLdiasse, ou : I
session of which Mr. Clay, as a ma.t.tl'r w now offered for sale, and will be sent to any Bales Gunny Bagging, the ,
for this January 4,1551. 52 It 16 Flrt Monday in January next the following .Ii
i of course, is the author. lie is always 2141 80By part of Florida Price 12 J cents the siugle copy, or 20 ps. Sea Hand do, Lands, viz: :; .
dollar the dozen. 50 Kentucky do,
On :Monday last in Notice. one ps. East half of North East quarter of Section 21 '
pre. ; .
fn.in.thc country. balance 1027( 98 December 28, 1850. 51 tf 50 CoiL Rope for sole bMcNAUGIIT '
West half of'North West and West half
KDtingto' tbe Senate a petition praying anndifiMiion G. W. nUTCHINS, Treasurer. A LL creditors and legateesand per ns entitled to A ORMOND. quarter, of -V \
SouthVest of Section all in
of he tariff; oil S 10, Tallahassee December :31,1850.Condensed distribution out of (he estate of 0car Fillyaw, Newport Dec. 28,1850. 51 tl. quarter 22; Township 1 .
deceased, of lad-nlui County are hereby notified Fanning Implements. North Range 1 West, containing. 2 iO acres, more or I ,;

Mr. Clay said that the hoped that now, as Statement that their claims and demands will be barred at the NORFOLK No. 2 Turning Plows Buzzard Sweep Notice. less[ commonly known as the Fort Tract. ; "' .

liere was an apparent calmness upon the sur. expiration of two years from the date hereof, unless !, Axes Hoes Spades, Hakes, Forks This sale is ordered to effect partition among the > ,I
Of the Treasurer of the City of Tallaluisve, for the opartnerslup which hM existed under the name beirs. The terms will be e-third of the ,I
of public affairs-a calmness which hebopcd the same be exhibited to the subscribers within that Comshellers,Strawcutters,Handmills Burr Millstones TilE purchaomoney f !
fuce 1850-i"lio\ring the amount of monies received firm of BULL year interest in Uah the .
one year's .
other two-
real and would remain-that the time; and all persons having any demands against t Warmer's ;Trace, Log Fifth and Breast ;
was and iud him for and dissolved mutual consent All indebted to
by account of the
un thirds in
by persons two
I' City- annual instalments 6
Chain Wheelbarrows equal bearing "
the said estate also notified to them ; Cartwheels Wcllpullies Ac percent
are for ,
tariff of 1840 would be taken the from which the present the above farm will call and settle with J. B.
subject ofthe up sources name \ras de vd, and settlement without delay. Just received, and for sale byIIc5AUGIIT please interest' Purchasers to pay fir Comrn DCI'Ii :. .
liberal and tlie to which it Las been Bull who will attend to the settlement of the concern.J. '
ead acted on in a kiwI, a friendly purposes applied. OWEN FILLYAW, A ORMOND. titles. BENJ. F. WHITNER. \

inirit ; not taken up with any purpose of re. 1850. DR. JAMES FILLYAW, Newport, Dec. 28, 1850. 51 tf. D. BULL. AUG. E. MAXWELL :. .r
Dec. To cash J. I'RETORIUS
viz ,
paid sundries ,
of which Executors of last Will and Testament.
those high rates protection .
wing For hire November 19 1850. 46
negro 4C2 00 .. CommiscJoiKT i
Gad len County. 4 IS51. 52 8t
January ,
formcrlv were established from various causes, Burial of 2'ti I OO The Quincy Male and Female November '
paupers 23,1850. 46 6t Sentinel ,.
received and for sale by C. C. BYRD tt CO,
look at its operations and, Contingent "* 519 68 JUST
but to J deliberately crrx-nm" Sheriff's Sale. ACADEMY. barrels real Mercer Potatoes,
disturbing any of its essential provfc.ions Work on tIle City Ccmctiy, 14 00 Exercises of this Institution will be resumed Goshen Leon Circuit Court-In Equity.
without 6 Butter
Licenses virtue of a writ of fieri facias, issued from the! THE begs superior
to ascertain whether the prevention of Printing returned 13 83 B Clerk office of the Circuit Court for the County the FIRST MONDAY IY FEBHVART, 1851. TIle 10 barrels Mammoth Onions, Wm. D. Moseley, .Aclr., of Saiu'L Parkhill deceased, .

could be reached 86 10 Female Department will be under the charge of Miaa 5 barrels fresh caught No. 1 )Mackerel .vs. '
frauds and abuses not by Certificate omc'd i in. of Loon, Ttfiddie Circuit of Florido.wherein! TIe Union quarter I '
on same, 4281Salaries AMANDA 0. assisted her sister and Mi- ** ** ** ** 1 Union Bank of l-1t1riJamd otIler'I
ENO. lialf
by 5
suitable J legislation. of Officers, 450 00 I Hank of Florida i is plaintiff and William S. Murray, .
some ELIZABETH ATWATER The IVincipal believes November 23 1850. 46 to a decretal order of Court in tl
Administrator of Benjamin lla an, is defcn.lant1 ,
Mr. it Commission monies PURSUANT
On tile former occasion Clay thought Salaries of Teachers on C.collected, 118 02 : have levied upon, nnd 'Will expose for Nile, before the lie has now obtained what he has for some time pactbecia will offer at public sale before this ;:'

tn excellent compromise for the South to give Ir the School 1033 S3Contingies : I Court IIou>e door, in the city of Tdla1iaj"-e on the l endeavoring to secure-the co-operation of such Notice.TV Court-Hou-e in TulLihaH.-, on t.t first 3f<.n
up every substantial I interest and ri:ht. provi.ded As-ew-ingTaxesof( City Ib50 School, 122 75 OlAmout 12 : fir. Monday! in February next, within legal hours, Teachers as will give a high character to the Female TY notes and accounts are left in the bands of January next, in legal hour", the following real estato : '

the North would condesendto take it with. for i the following described projvrty; to wit: Department, and afford every facility to Young Ladiesto O.VJ. Chailes C. Byrd, who will act .as my Agent oldie said Snail Parkhill deceased viz : .
apjirojiriatcd purchaseof
expressly calling it the h Wilmot ProvUo.' a Bell, 100 00 W i S W J section 14 ; E f S E J section 15 ; E t acquire a thorough Education both in the solid and during my absence from the State. Any cUima TIle north-west quarter tile south-west quarter. the ,.

By balance on hand 1027 93 NEt section 15, in Township 1, Range 2, Nand E, ornamental branches. The Misses Exo arc omrnen- against ine, may be presented to him for sell lement. east half of south-east quarter, and the west half of V J'-
He now invites them to another compromise, containing 240 acres more or lesiLevied tied by gentlemen/f the !highest authority. The elderof F. A. BYRO. the north-earf quarter Section three ((3))) Also Lots ,

in which they shall consent to the renewal of ?4121 50 upon a. the property of paid defendant and them has been for several years engaged: as Princi-- December 21, 1950. 50 6 and 8 in Section four. ((4) and Lots 2, 3, 5, 6 and 7, .,

Protective Tariff on condition that it shall. to bo sold to f\l.tiifYIud writ of fieri facias. pal of a flourishing School" in Memphis, Tennessee, in Section nine, ((9)) all in Township two ((2,) north .

called act for the prevention of frauds and 1R50. CR. A. A. FISIIEll Shrriff. where she gained a high reputation as an accomplished Sheriff's Sale. Range one ((1) wet, containing one thousand acres, ,f .u
and successful Teacher. will instruct in all le 1 Lake Jack- "
January 3. 1R51. 51-5w They more or \ Iving on n.Northeast
Dcc.31. By cash rC'C'J. Ta\e of'49 ?45 00 1st Monday in February next. .
abuses 4. tie brandies of an English course, together with Music quarter of Section 3, T. 1, R Q.. and E. : '
We all know what it means. The Piotec.lionists 4. U a Kilos at Auction SO 85 Seed Rye. French Drawing, Painting Embroidery, :. Ac.- BY virtue of a writ of Fieri Facias issued from E. half N. W.quarter 4' 3, T. 1. It 2, N. nod E. V

wish to smuggle the subject beforeCongress 4' a 4' public cxliibitious, 40 00 BUSHELS of Seed Rye The Principal will take charge of the Male Department i the Clerk's Office of the Circuit Court for the W. half N.W. quarter 'II 2T.1R.2N. E. 4'

and give their shape to it after. 4' a Licenses exh'd., fur 498 00 100 Ju
II negroes; sale 5C W BERRY t ROWLES, Auctioneers fcc. such other assistants as! the wants of the School may the Slate of Florida is Plaintiff and N. P. Bemis is E.half S.VS\ quarter 4' 34, T. 2, R.2.N.S4T.2R.2.N.. E. "
has been ,
tirds. Their press laboring Fmes 15 00 Defendant I have levied and will fur 4'
January 4, 1851. 52 2w require. The Institution is furni.-hed with on extensive upon expose W. half S. E quarter : : E.
to tUt end for months. The President press 4. 4' a Taxesof 1850, 2553 37 Philosophical, Chemical and ithcmatical Appa- sale, before the Court House door, in the city of Tal South-we quarter 4' 35. T. 2, R. 2, N. E.

rd the protective policy upon Congress in his List of Letters ratus; this together with a well selected Library, and l..hal3eeoo the first Monday in February next, Abe Nortli-east quarter"' 33, T. 2, R. 2.N. E. 3' Vt

Message. The rq ort ofthe Secretary of the $4124 50 REMAINING in the Pu+t Office at Tallahassee on an extensive Cabinet of Minerals, containing a" large within legal hours the follo-A'ing described property E.half Y. W. quarter 33, T. 2, It 2, No E. '.
number of collected both in aud to wit : South-f '. 33 T. It 2 N. E. .
18 1. specimen : our own m quarter 2. .
Treasury is full J it. Mr. Clay is the organ By balance on hand &1027 t4S womannamed Martha and her Julia
A child
negro 4'
foreign countries, affords superior advantages to tIle North-west quarter 34, T. 2, R. 2, N. E. .,
L I.-lcr
tad bead of tbe [party in the Senate, and ho is O. W. HUTCHINS, Treannr. Alk-n Ashley L, A Johnson, Jolm student in science and serve to interest him in J las s Bu ,aecd one year. South half 4' 34, T. 2, n. 2. N. E. '.

not ashamed to sneak up to his object in the December :n, -180. Vtwtll, bliss E J 3 Jamei on, ,Cl Dr F N A dies. A new l'JaI' ing-IIotl..c con.i said fieri facias.A.
--- id uildill in be sold to satisfy writ oi S. E. of S. 4' SO T. It N. E :
uaaner ibcivn abo.e.'flte -- Allen Jcffcrsm Johnson Wm the one formerly occupied now : a healthy SherifJ.Df'C quarter qr. 2, 3, I '

prevention of frauds and abuses for.sooth C2T" Fair.-The Ladies ofthe Prc'Ib\1crianChurch Afihcraft J W 4 Johnson, B and retired part of the town for the accommodation A.J. FISHER, D. S.Sheriff's S. :E. qr.of N. E. qr. 4' 30. T. 2, R. ; N. E. :. /f.
29, IS aO. By H. RHODES f. :
will hold a Fiiir and Festival at tile Court House on fetes J Tobias ofthe Teachers and Students. This house will be kept nataning sixteen hundred a'rcs more or less roramonlv i .: .
The frauds the ', Jackson
only protective party Thursday nnd Friday nights (the 9th and 10th in.q) Bflakln Johnson. L by tho Principal! who. besides paying every attentionto known as Sf>riny eood the Lt; rcsiJancs of Gen, r ",

canberjspectrdofuillingneeslo prevent, are tIe proceed to l hc applied towards erecting a Steepleand Und, dP JoH, A H the health comfort, and morals of the Students Bale. Parlhill,deceasetL \. 1- V
diminibb the the Bell committed l his will also also assist and di- These lands will be offered i ill such subdivisions
fucb u tend to revenue by procuring a for the Church. Baker, J M 8 Kt-tchen Wm to charge 1st Monday in February next. as i" ,
I'! their low valuation. DIIorIO( open at 7 o'clock. Price of admi."ion 25 red them in their studies during the hours not omipied hall appear to be judicious at the time rf sale. Tho ,'
tmugglinj ( gooJs, ou iradi-n, Dr J A K3fr5, Charlotte virtue of writ of Fieri Facias issued from .
cents ; children 12J cents. Jan. 4, 1851. in School exercises. Botird.! includuig washing, BY a terms will \mont-tJiird caand the balance on acrtilit
debates the JratrJier Rvb-jcca Kees Mrs 1J
Hate they forgotten tin on passageof the Clerk's Office ofthe Circnir Court for t the V
-- will at prices varying from } tojlo Iwrml.ntb. of out and tieo years icith interest. Purchacer
the tariff l';4G ? Have they forgotten 35"----Regular-- --Meeting- Jackson Lodge, JLtir,J S Keimada Dr J A Board range may also be obtained in .-v end respectablefni1its County ol Leon, Middle Circuit of Florida, wherein to pay for Master's titles. s ,
kiatwrkht, J B Lockhart, J L & Co. Plaintiffs and James ".
that the then of the Treasury Mr. tIle A brick Is also in Maitland. Kennedy are BENJ. T. :
Secretary r No. 1. tliw night, at Mu ouic HalL Brethren Brown, Bob Lennear, Sand in place. Academy D. and Wm. Tradewell are Defendant, I hav levied WHITNER. .

Valker made estimates of revenues to accrue wijoumingin the city are cordially invited. Bond B N Myrick, Capt J I'roctor construction and w expected to be ready and will for sale, before tI e Curt 31 anter Chancery.. V .
from ml'lFuri'hidl derided all &\ 4. CHARLES DYKE, Srmtery. tW the reception of the School sometime during the upon expose November 16, 1850. 45 7tPlantation .
that Jas
were by Bray, M S )McMillan Rk" House door in the city 01 Tallahassee. on the first : .
session.For --
Tie oracles! of the protective party, fiom Mr. ------- ----" ------- J L 2, Moore, Mrs Penny first further particulars respecting Board Tuition, Monday in February next, within legal hours, the and Negroes for Sale. ,. ,.t: ,

"Webster down Abbot' Lawrence Atheneum Classical Institute. lurthlott, J A Myreu, Rus1 following described property to wit : i iT
10 as mere ; &c. Ac, see printed Catalogue, which may be obtained pHE undersigned ofivrs for wile a valuable plantation r;
Betner J E Moore W IIJronson One named Moses, named Austin
.'xercLn-s of the above whtwl will Iw umHl negro mm one )
eltravagenee little I taller than lunacy ? Let THE rc" by application to JL Icing in Madison County. Florida near the -
I 11 :Medford, Thomas 2 and a woman named Charlotte.
MiniiLiy. the Gth January instant Terms N. IL STEWART Ford the Ocilla River. The
them look at the returns of revenue ince then Principal.QJincy Sandy on plantation contains -
Britt Siiarkman McGrifTc, W J Levied upon a" the property 01 James Trade-
"tI whoa! iic often m"r iBu.1nl can I hc December 51 of knd hundred of which clear '
j Jer year 28,1850. 600 acres one are
and they will find that Mr. Walker's calcula. btiuned neighborhood Jcrrv, Louis Mashbuni, Miss S well.and lobe sold satisfy said writ ol Fieri Fa
in the montli.
at 7 $8 V
or ]per ed and under good fence. Upon the premises are a i "Jr'I
tiou lave not only been equally, but exceed. lie numV-r of pupil* i" limited to twenty. There isa IJll; R 11 March, Mrs M3radf.ird Co-partnership Notice. cias. comfortable dwellinghou; out hooes and an orchard .

to in and the is far lIIW for four or live. All the brunches of a It J McCon'.(. A II A. A. FISHER. She.iff. well storked with and I
leveuue trj
every year, now vacancy 15th of November last limited apple orange, peach fig: a.
ButlerJ C Morrison, Win the a co-part- Dec. 25,1S50. By J. H. RHODES, D. S.
wore than he anticipated. Could there be amore llcgiate course are taught The Institute is "Mtua- Bartlett C E Marshall F A O iier lup was formed between WM. WILSON AWJL Adjoining theplace U a good range for stock, and tha ". .
ted ill the Bradford neighlxirhood,aljout ten mile from situation is and well watered. There ii
conclusive evidence that it is in no sen- Brown, J B Moore C C H. VAN HORN, under the name and style! of To Planters. healthy avery r'
and !lias Ix-i-n in successful fur ,
"alhthassec, operation beautiful Like in front of the dwelling
Wilson A Co. for the of trading in r;
W William ,
tible Jane J
degree injured by fraud Doubtlessthere Crabtrec Mrs Moore purjunc .
ears', and for the L twelrcmouth.lunder charge which highest prices paid for COTTON and TO- house
ire frauds practiced there al.vays Colenian, Win :Jforrlce; SChwvcr Books Stationery, and Fancy Goods TIlE times J. C. DAVIS. *
petty as if tIC present PrincipaL Mrs they offer low for cash or approved credit. at all by Also-a family of ii J'tt negroes. '
will be under cxery revenue measure : Application; CAM IK made to the Principal or to Dr. J A Neil O'Neal C Mary B 2 WILLIAM WILSON, Tallahassee Dec. 21!, 1 IttSO. 60 A. McINTYRE. j 1(1. V

but the KJ.Jill at this Office Culaway, November 1 6.1 8BO, 45 .
or '
protective will WM. IL VAN HORN. I
,party practice: more JESSE T. BERNARD 3a on, J 4 Oglc.bee, Thus Notice. V _V I ,'.
fraud to gt one tariff through Congress, than PrincipalJanuary Cooper, Rev Tliog Prime (J Nhasoii December 28, 1850. 51 3t Notice I .,
4 IM1. 524wParticular
all the rogues (importers would contrive in Jacob rcmberton R M THE subscriber, Administrator on the estate of P.
a that the real estate of.An'f.'
hereby given following
Tallahassee U about
late of to
Hayward ,
Groceries. IS
Mrs Susan 2 It B t D W

species of.trlck, and falsehood, and corrupt Subscriber respectfully returns his tkinto to liaires Drake ,J J R
appliance in Congress, thy have gained their TIlE citizens of Tallaluis and the surrounding UecorcoJB, B ", the lilt will remember to make payment on or before Lots 1, 2, and 3. in fractional Section. 2U and Lot 2. ," ',
PoppeU 2500 poundi Shoulders in fractmnal Section; 21, all in Township 2, North of Vj} ..
e d..lt,11, be else than country, for tliehpat liberal patronage to him ; but J Potter Austin the first day of February next.
nothing a legal com. to leave the soon, he Dant-y, 4000 Clear Sides WiL WILSON. Range 1 West, as described in the books of the Land 1'-. .
mission to practice fraud forever the whole. cxp 60 United .
by UHH J indebted to him to make payment immediately Dcccmber2S,1850. 51 3t Office of the States for the District of Tnl1Lr
request AC
*ale, on all the people af the United States.-. as he cannot leave without the one tiling. Devane MLa RoU-rteon llicliardson. Mrs Mary 25"h) Ibs. Canvassed Hams hassee, all lying and being in the County of Leon, and I' ,.

the hands of H. T. BLOCKER, who will the 100 bushels Oats Jt public sale, before the Court House door, in TILllahL'Ii i-'
receipt : Elliot J B Dr L D fTlHE eo-partnerohip heretofore existing between :
20 kegs White Leaf! Lard. the first in A. D. 1851. Tho .
r.erl see, on Monday January, 4.
self at C. A. Nosh's Cotton Office.S. J- under t
Public Lands. .amcor my Evans RB IL Hayward A W.Wilson trading the name
RulwJ terms will be made known on the day of sale i.
F. BURNEY.January Fortune. Mr J S and style of W.Wilson& Co,was dissolved on the 15th : I-
The December 28. b50. 61 It order of James E. Broome of Probate for i
of the Judge
report Commissioners of the 4 1851. 62 ; !
FeJkell Allen 2 Robcrson, J November la't, by mutual consent Those indebtedto '
the and State aforesaid
General Land Office, not yet published, con. -------- Fisher, H T Ro en, S UFreeman 1 the late firm are requested to make payment; and County CAROLINE B. WHITE \ .

Fresh Provisions, Flour, &c. L Sampsun, G N New Goods. the accounts of those failing to do so will after a reasonable V }
bins .
full and interesting details HAMDEN A. WHITE .
respecting TEH W. JU rETTEs" FEOM XEW ORLKAXS. Faircloth, A Smith,Jackxon Subscribers have just received per Packet i time, be put in the hands of an officer for.collection November .
&c public domain. Wo learn from the Washinton DBL FLOUR Frierson, Mrs C E Stow, Mrs Sarah TilE R. IL Gamble a large addition to their as none were made except on the cash principle -: 231850. 4G___ 4t Guardian.* *

Republic that the whole quantity of 123 27 duo Extra Family do. talam[ JamesGoogc Sellier, C Stock of Goods consisting in part of the following articles WM. WILSON. / YY,Kentucky,aplt Sea Island Bagging New { V- .

10 i do. do. du. do. Robt 3 Semple, James viz: December 2@, 1850. 51 3t vJ York and Kentucky Rope, for sate by

lands sold and disposed of during the year 9 Casks Sides and Shoulders, Gamer, C W Sail, Rachel Sugar*-brown, yellow, crushed granulated A loaf, Qctober 19, ISM. 41 F. H. FLAGG. i .

IbIS including that located by military bounties 6 Tiorces Duffield's, SclioolcyV, Nc1101'\ Grogor.DrCGMGaincs Spears, Her Coffee-Rio, Laguyva, Seeds &c. I I .

State selections, tVc, was 4,1)33,009) a. and Stag
crcs, amounting at 81' 25 acre, to $(( 4 Tierces 1 lagged, canvassed and plain Hams Godfrey, Mrs Nancy Scott, IdoicSmith Tea* black and preen Seeds *PIlE next session of this Institution will cornmenceJL J ,. .-V V
j per ,
30 BbK Mess and I'rune Pork, Gindrat II: Simon Bread- Pilot and Navy, 60 bushels River Oats and on the first Monday in January, 1851. For t
/ 42\ ,43:), For 1640 8,184,410 acres were 6 Clarified and Brown Sugar, Green, G W 2 Tucker, E T P B Cracker*-butter,water,lemon soda,sugar A Boston Planting Potatoes for said byMcNAUGHT ticiirs, see printed Circular, or enduire of the Pnnci- ,

disposed of in like manner, amounting, at die 10 PineApples, (;ofr,J A Tucker, IITlxinuu Butter-best Go.hon A ORMOND. pal. JOSHUA PHELPS. '" I

same rate, to Gr 75G: 5. And for the three 25 Planting Potalws.BEliRY. Graham D M Wm Chues-sap sago,pine-apple,Eng.dairy A common, Newport, Dec 8, 1850. 51 tt Quincy,November 23, 18S1. 48 6t '., :

quarters of 1850, exclusive of the bounty In. i ROWLES. Green, Mrs Van Wyck, Dr C 0 3WilUngliam jlour-Northern, Western Buckwheat A Rye ,

cations not returned for the third January 4, 1851. 62 Henoy, Chas W F CunJles-adamantine and pure sperm Lime. Ready-Made Clothing. ) ,

quarter, Hayes,Thos Whitney, George oHyma 8 ips-' great i ariety, 5Casks Thomaston Lime for sale by TTEIR k RUST have just rpcrivM from Nexr York ) ,
ii,815,3GG; acres were disposed of, amounting, Notice.THE F 2 Welsh, libby ginger nutmegs OU
Sp-pimento, pepper, mace McNAUGHT A ORMOND. Jd a choice and well selected supply} of of new clo
at the rate stated to 63,502,041.( ,, Dr W Whaley, J WIlawldus cloves to'
Dec. 1850. 51
undersigned having made some ncw arrange- Newport, thing. onn:>.trn j of figueml Bilk Surin; awl Ca-shmero
A most valuable and item in'tlie in hi. business Wm IllianiHon, Rebecca }ssences-'a great variety i
. interesing requests all persons in. Vestings; CHoth. Doeskins, and Cahmere I"ant; Beaver
report is die statement tliowing the area and dehttd, to call and' settle\ up. In future te will keepno Henderson, J' Wredo, L P Also, figs, almonds ruwins currants, citron, apples Fruits &c. Cloth and Blanket Overcoats. Ako Tweed Sack
Harrison, R W dried 1 dried icachc candies Groceries, ,
apples, *, Ac
books, but sell his goods exclusive for cash or We-c 1 oranges, [ and Overcoats for which to
are prepared
of they
cost the i
lands and boys
derived ;
public revenue Hutton S Wells 3 Beans Fulton Market Beet McKAY from New
White Peas Schr. A. N.
from produce and by no doing he will be able to sell at le Rice, Split JUST received per sell at prices which will give satisfaction to all who t I
them. the lowest living prices, which he promises to do, Hudson, J We have also recruited our stock of furniture hard and in store from other arrivals, favor them with call i

1'rom that statement it appears that the and requrslilu's old cufturners and others wishing to Hall Mrs Jane Watson, J T and hollow wares, dry-goods hats and saddles, and 25 barrels superfine and extra Flour, December 14,a 1850. 49 "

whole area of the public lauds exclusive of buy low, to give him a call. He has on hand a good hlawesIrJE 3 WllsouJB and it is now very complete. 5 boxes :, *.
those in assortment cf Shoes Hats, Caps Blankets, Cotton Hawes, J U Williams, B C rJT"All of which we offer for sale on the usual terms. 5 barrels Whiskey, ForSale.A .

Oregon, California, New Mexico, and Woollen Goods, &.c., &c., for family and planta. Irwin l J M White, Rev G 2 McNAUGHT A ORMOND. 2 CocoaNuts, -
Utah, the Indian and Nebraska Territories, tion u'es. % Persons calling for any of the above letters Newport Dec 28, 1850. 51 tf 8 Apples 2 gallon Demijohns choice old Jamaica Rum

ras 421,103,750 acres. That of these about .January. 1851. 52 AMOS RICHARDSON. will pleusc say they arc ad\'crwo 5 boxes Lemons :t 22"! V Pale Sherry. j I V

one fourth have been sold for the sum of 8135,. ILE NASH P. M Tallahassee High School. S kegs Grapes 2 10 "" kegs" rich Cherry Bounce 't.
: 3t 2 20 Holland G'in VV' i ,
Notice. Janunry4,1Z1. 1, Pecan Nuts.Sn"ar .
:2 bug
3o92: while the whole cost of every kindto exercises of this school wul begin on Thursday Cured Hams Coffee, Lard CartJleTo>wcTO, I. 60 boxes Cheese, Y .
the Government including the TT having been rumored that the Madison Female Administratrix's Sale. TIlE TIle scholastic will be .
amount 10
of .
paid 2d January. year .ic, for sale by A. E. HOC. kegs Buckwheat v- L i
to France for Louisiana, to Spain for the i. Seminary was about to break up, notice is hereby HE valuable and extensive LAW and MISCELLANEOUS divided into four terms each term containing eleven December 28,1850. 51 tf 10 .- Butter V, '
given to all thai the Fall and Winter Term for 1851 T
Hondas, and for extinguishment of the Indian LIBRARY of the late William U.Brockenlirough weeka. 10 bbU. Butter and Water Crack, 1 ,.
will advertised January 2d, and closeon t
as The Instrucfor feels no hesitation in saying that, by & PERKINS2Daguerrean 2 Pilot Bread t
titles deceased, will be offered for sale at
the in June.
was 874,957,879, making nett the last Thursday "
to discharge bushels
he is
education and competent Rye
profit Madison Female Seminary Dec. 30, t 850. 2t auction on MONDAY, the 6th JANUARY, 1851. Sky-light Gallery,
to the Government 800,331,313 or an Terms of Sale-All sums under fifty dollars, cash; with efficiency, the duties of his calling While will Just received ond'for tale by p

average of nearly one and a quarter millions Notice. on all sums over fifty dollar, twelve months credit be hi*'aim to render the pupils thorough in each Over E. Earnard't Drwj &&u. S. S. OIGlli. : '

of dollars i branch of study taught lathe school, palticular attention December 28,1650. 51 tf December 7. 1850. 48 + iV
for the vil1 be allowed for
annually fifty. MEETING of the Stockholders of the Union approved security. will be to the Mathematical as _... _._-._- i- _. _. -._ V
Nearly the same amount has been grants A Bank of Florida will be held at Ihe Banking Catalogues be prepared for distribution as early .. best calculated given to,discipline the mind and Department to store itnth Sale of Negroes. Fine Liquors.

in bounties, for works of internal improve house in the City ol Tallahassee, on Monday lie as pot' valuable knowledge received V
practical TUST and in store for sale low TI
lnenta &c. 3d of for the election! ol Directors. who desire to obtain order of the Court of Probate of Leon County *'
day February, 'For "satisfaction of those may BY I J barrel old Peach Brandy S 1 1quality *
December ?, 1850. 48 tds the undersigned will Sell at Herring'* Store, in years uld. of extra ? i iIi
It HY. L. RUTGERS. Caahier. relative to hw character and
further appears that the average cost of t 2f" Sentinel Punsacola Democrat,,Marianna Whig) further information said Wednesday. the 2Cd January next, V VV
County on
January 4,1S51.: 52 5t ia made to the of the l
tie public binds, including the purchase, exunguiihing Commercial Advertiser, Jacksonville News will, copy, preparation reference to Faculty inF&1y'etterille for cash the following Negroes, namely I : Patience. \ barrel superior Cngniac, I
of North Carolina or gentleman "
old Jamaica
University any i Rum. 4
tIle Indian title, surveyIng, selling For Sale. and forward bills to the Administratrix. North Carolina. JerrY, and Amanda,belonging lathe estate of Ed wm iHolland Gin. 9,
and managing, fcc. U only 21 4.5 cents per WILL be old at Public Sate, on the first TOPS Salt. Tuition per term will be $6 80, $8 50, or $10 50, Hart, deceased. JAMES L. HART, 1 4 Cask old Port Win, .'

a.ere; while for each acre the Government 1 in FEBRUARY in Ihe city of Tallahu depending upon the advancement rf the student JOHN s. HART. 14" Madeira do. .:i

S !bcevca 9>J 25 per ncro-mnkinir a nett see, LOT number 95,known as the properly of Ro. : 2000 Duohel. Turk's land Salt ORMOND.for' ilrj JESSE P. SMITH. Surviving Eiecutnri ot 'Edwin Hart. 1 i berral! Pale Sherry d. < **

it or E03 I.: Vents D prof. bOlt Uani'lf. Terms made knr-wn on day of tale. McNAUGHT A December 28, 18iSO, 51 U December, 1550. 60 U ttccmber CI, IbSX 40 J. C. D-\\15- t
j per D.tre Dec. tf. _
January 4, 1531. 52 fct Newport, 28,1850. 51 .. -




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____ t f lc Jfloribiim fc SournaL I Tax Collector's Sale. STABILITY-SECURITY- 'UITY.$100,00o. I JOHN PRATOIUUS I !cal[ tJcrtisCt11Cnt Receiving, from New York 1
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virtue of the power vested in me bylw. I ". :- A FULL: aaonncnt of Staple Good ,nd C'
OF TUB : ] -
BVLL tt.
BY FIlm OF in (>
have levied upon. and shall expose for State of 1'loridaT rls. consisting part of
I PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY KVEXIXG.TKUMS : fore the Court House door in the city of Tallahas b.fl WOULD inform his friend and the public Brown Shirtings and Shfetin .

see.on the first Monday in May next the following THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. 1 Iiaa taken the sore lately occupied MADISON CIRCUIT COURT-IN CHANCERY. Bleached do. do. Calico*.

- : : : property so truch thereof as will pay the State OF NEW- YORK-:O. 35 WALL ST. _[ .Ly C. II. Blocxl. nrnl adjoining the store lately Minerva Florid, ) Wood and Willow Ware, '
J Titnce DOLURS per annum, if paid inadvanc.I. and County Tax due I hereon for Ihi sear It50, and Fund Nov. occupied by Bull A lYatoriuj here he will be please rt. > Bill for Divorce. Wooden Bucket and Tubs,
_ Accumulated 1st, \y.J9. $9OO- to attend to the calls and wants of tlrae uho maybe Lewis Florid. Fancy aid Common Soaps,
A-YD if pant within six' all incidental expenses, to wit: NET )
.' \ ..,.UUI A I ALF. mont.s. AU t that tract or parcel of land known as Forbes <)0, securely invested in Bonds and Morlga*Jon disposed to patronize liun in his line of braine. IT appea-in! to the satisfaction of the Court by Sperm Adamantine Candle

-- : ut UOLL\U.HuolJUldultltlheeldorhe\'ear Purchase, within the limits of Leon County containing real estate in this city and Brooklyn, and stocks He has received by tfie late arrival, A choice awl L affidavit in this cauxe filed, that Lewi, Florid, the Brown and Loaf Sugar, '

: ": )ThMe leltl discontinued will be rigidly until all adhered to, and I 142,720acresrnpeor| less, said to belong to of the State and City of New-York and United Stales wfU-tfleclfd fvpplif of Cloth Cnxittcrei, lrtttiny\; defendant, resides beyond the jurisdiction of thus NaiK Spanish Cigars assorted Candle

"t4 no er will b arrearages are. the Apalachicola Laud Govtrnment. Fancy fftxl*; alto, a jfnernt atxortmmt of Court, out of I he State of Florida, but within the Rio. La:uira, and Jva Cofi e. '
.:i' | t ;lcRAEXY.Tax READ r-JADE United States: Kentucky Bagging
will be received for three months at One bu iness t.t!
and prospeiou That the said Lewis Florid do Rope Flour, Bacon, Rice. <
i Collect, Leon County. It in Ordered a;'- ronr-iwfd
L 1)lLu-ix month at $1 ,O. Every order lor thepiteruut The Company declared a dividend of profits of fif All of which I flatter myself arc equal iu style anti .
demur ti said Bill of Cern- Lard, Jtc. JOHN !
November 9.1S.V 44 t Is pear, plead, an-wer. or cDOtGALt.Orto
t of this county! must be accompanied with ty-two! percent on all existing policies the 3lst quality, and q"ien cheap, a-n any others that will be plaint within three month, r-iil I Hill will be ta- ,(r;. 15O. 39
the ualesi the order of our found in thw market lIe win attention
cash comes through any Tax Collector's Sale. January, 1S-IS. give jwrticubr eonfcsso aain authorized in the State. to his bifeine anti } l Iou will merit liberal CMI pro Bail -
regularly hopes a
gent divided the Office
1 virtue-of the poVrr'e4e,! in me bv law I All the Pro5ts are among Insured. from the the cause be set for hearing at the next Term of said >

BY hal expose for sale, helore t the Court House at The premiums are payable in cash annually,semiannually (- patronage November 23 1850.public. 46 tf Court on the tf'ccmltlnncJ.t" in March next : Resolution of the Board ovnnler of, I. i \

ADVERTIS1MEYTSViUbenurted Quincy, in the County of Gadsden, on the second or quarterly, interest being added on the And it is further OrdtTttl. Tb.,l this Order be I fly__, of a transportation on the following Directnrathe articles rite
at the rate ofOiicDollarpcrsquare, Monday April next, the following dwcribed pro- ielerred payments. published, in some public ewspaper printed in the for hundred i
duced 12 cents ,eghf,0'
of twelve lines tort lie first, and filty cents breach pellv. r so much thereof as will pay the State and The cash'principle adopted by this Company secures Madison Female Seminary. tate. once a week for three months, and that the elTri from to the! fir"t day of November k-

+ 1 su'ise juent insertion. A reasonable deduction County Tax due thereon for the rear 1":), and th. to the parties for whose benefit the insurances HE next Term of thi Institution will begin fin the Complainant take I testimony in the cnnte. Lime Cement STate- Hay Brick, IS-jO
willbe made on legal not!ires, estate n.t ice!,ycatly net-e.-srv expenses incident thereto, lo wit : are effected the whole of the advantages without T fir-t Tliur'.lav in January next and close on the THOMAS BALTZELL, Judge. bush Jinguttuer, than matble. and Slooelc I T

', .4 I notices \\ithout alertion. by persons having The w'hoU of what called Foibes' Purchase," subjecting them to the heavy drawback of accumulated Thursday in Juno November 2-;, 1SV On Oats and Corn five cents per bushel. >

1 :. regular! accounts Ring in Gadj.lfn County or so much thereof as will l premium notes. TIle new building j is erected antl will be put in compile A true copy :-\IIl'st. of 61 cents sack
on Salt
f'.. All announcements candidates for office, FIVE pay the Tax aforesaid bounded on the East: bv the Persons may effect insurance on their own lives order for the reception of pupils before the be- C. L. CARRUTIT. Clerk. will Storage hereafter be ehar per C'd. per mouth"

DOLLAR*-invariably in advance. No attention Ocklocknee Kiver.aud on the West by the Apalachicola and the live* of others. married women can insure giining of next Term. With tILlS additional bnfl'.ling By M. A CARUCTH, Depu'y! Cleik. In consideration of -the reduction of

will be paid to anyorderlorannouncement unless River. HUGH o. MCLEAN. the life of herhushand, the benefits of whichare Institution is prepared to accommodate a large December 7, t 1S50. 4S 3m will not hold themselves r'ilhllh,

., S accompanied with the cash. Tax Collector for Gads ten County. secured by law for the exclusive use of herself or nunN-r of piipiK damage Company to Lime or Hay. Consignees respon iVj fM
All relizious and notices published October 1'. 1i0. 40 Cm Stateof Florida. will CuM
4 marriage obituary Pates of Tuition are the same as heretofore. For them11ve in readiness to remove the la
I 't
named .
gratuitously' but editorial notices for private Cler men and all othersdependent upon salaries ir.ticlf
4 ; : Jmrt \ltar.I''t' Circular or Catalogue MADISON CIRCUIT COURT IN CHANCERY discharge of the car, as for
benefit, will be charged% as advertisements. Tax Collector's Sale. specially invited to thetnaelfc-fcol I a resource -rJ may be had in private families in the town, Martha Devalt, } their hazardous upon nturetle Company will not rea'n of
.. whereby their surviving families nay be secured from ?8 to *lt() month, (exclusive of washing and Warehouse.
virtue of the power vested in me by law I JUT p.t. > Bill for Divorce. them in their
JOB WORK. BY expose for sale,before I the Court House at from the evils of penury. of the principles of Mutual light*) hoard in the lu-tittition, exclu>ive of lights William W. Dev-:lf.TT > THOMAS J. PERKINS,

We are well prepared to execute Job Work, such Quincy, in the County of Gad.dcnnn the secom. Pamphlets explanatory: and its and wishing, 5 i" ?10 per month.df appeirins;to'the -mtisfaclion of Ihe Court. by affi1 November 2. t51O. 43 Secretary

bills,card, blanks, pamphlets) ,&c.,\ith neatnets Monday in April next, the following described pro-' I Lie! Insurance illustrating be obtained advantage-fit : Young Lulie bonrding in the Institution will d.ivit in this c.ne liled, that William W. Devalt, -

a and despatch. All work of this dceripton. -ityorso much I hereof as will ;jI.ty I the Stale and with forms of application 33, Wall may sl. ol at furuial their own'room. furniture, fieiK lx.-d.lin:. &c I th: -tend.int in this cause, residebeyormd the jurisdiction BERRY & ROWLES,
of its
; except lor (persons having >eaily: County Tax due thereon for the )'c.lr Iv30, and (the oflicc of the Company' or any IL W. PARRAMOIlp; I of this Com?, and out e.ftne I State of Florida Auctioneers _anti Commission )Itrchani! 14 ,
office must be paid for on fer '. .';enl rre-ill'nt Board of TriLrtces. other of the (United Broken.rpHAXKFULforthehvoMof
the del ) necessary expenses incident! thereto, lo wit : TRUSTEES. but in some part Slates: Cotton: .
., --- Sit hundred and forty acres ol land l\inj: on II.Z. Annis, Secretary.. It is OrllrrnThat the -Mid William W.! Devalt t the K
; Jos. n. Collins David C. Colden N'.H'1111JCr 2S, 1850. 4G tf do ) -mid I lill! of taint within past seasonanj
Rock Creek purport1 to botuiu to L. S. Cdtlinor a-.ipetr an answer Cr.rnl) JL having flattered themselves! that they ; I
J Win. J. lh' 111p. Alfred Edwards, ssi'l Hill will >h- take gaTe al, *
;, TOVLEIERS so much thereof as \\ill\ paI I the Tax: alnres: id. ; three months, or pro eonfenxo faction to t their patrons, again offer t their> I ICOTTOX
\ Jewelers, HUGH 0. McLKAX: R. II. McCurdy, Wm. Dells The Madison Male Academy. aiain t saul l D"fend.lnt..1nd that thi- c.IJ"t' be set lot RROKERS. They will attend 111 to the

T TAVING' procured the servicel Tax Collector for Gadaden; County. Fred. S. Winston Isaac Joseph G.Blunt Pearson, T liE next Term of this Institution will commence i heaiimtluringthe t next Term of said ( curt in March! ot COTTON by sample and get the highest pric sale]

I of Mr. ALLLX, formerly olti)3 l lI October t 12, 10-I'J. 4') Cm! C. W. Faber, oa the second Monday in January next, under ncr t : that. I the market V'lillallo\,,and make prompt
.: g ) CII\lht| are now prepared to -John P. Yelvorlon, Henry Wells, the! direction of i Mr.! Villepiegm- r.dlnle: ol'S.nth i And if t. Jttrtfiir Ordered. That this Order be of the same. Always on the spot; they will retny5 be able
Tax Collector's Sale. Theo. Sed wick, Wm. Moore. published in some public prinlrd in t this
tIle first newspaper
execute all in \ line,\\tlh proinptm-s? !* I Carolina Collt'gt'.anlllfrmin.llt' rn Mondayin to take every advantage of the fluctuation of tie
and in the mo\UII.t sati-l'artoiy manner. To our 'friends y virtue of the power vested in me by law, I Stay R. Collins Zebedee' Cook June. The rates of Tuition wIll be as follow: State once 3 week for three month, and that Complainant market. Their) ; charges will be as follows.

at a distance an eirly attention to all woik which. B shall expow fur sale, before t he Court Home John! I II. Swift Jona.David Miller A. Comstock Finl Class-Spelling. Reading, Writing; .A nt time take testimnnv in the cxw For sale of I I-J bales or less, SO cents per"a!r.U .

may be forwarded to us, will be given. Q'riiry: it, 'ho County of Gadsden on the second John. Wadiworth Robert tic; and Geography, per session !:j S C If' THOMAS BALTZELL, Judge. U 25" 40'. s. M
f followin: ?. M. Cornell Shinier, Second ClafiS the above wilh October 10, 1 1S30. ii $< ,* 30'. .4 *
10\11 &lJ.rR Monday ( April neit.the t c'csciibed pro- James -Embracing 40 M
((011'II. Wilkins, Chambers, I At'es-t.
September ?, 1S50. 3' ;petty, Hill much thereof a* will pay the State and English Grammar History Composition, A true cop Over 40 25 U .
V. L. Pruui, Joseph Tuckerman C. I... CARRUTH Clfrk.Ey ,
County Taxes du>! thercon from ISli to ls") inclusive and Exercises in Readme:, Elocution, &c 12 00 BERRY & ROWLES,
',.' Toivle &Myers, and the necessary expense: incident thereto lo Fred. Whittlesey, Moses J.II. Grinnell Third Class-Eiribrtcin! the necessary parts M. CARRCTH, D. C. Ne.v Building, Main Street.
and a new and Chaile: I Ely, Bunker of the above with December! 7. 1 lT.I't. 3m
0:hind, are now receiving wit : Mathematics, Algebra, SepternherlLISSO. 30 L 6m
HAVE John C. Ciu, Eocene Dutilh
-sjrttnent ot GOODS consisting of Two hundred and forty acres of land], in Gad ,lell er, Geometrv.and Natural rhilo ot'hy.pl'r es. 15 00 -

Gold Li.-vcr I Hunting I Watches, County, purporting i to belong to Robert! Jimcr'TH, 01 Walter Joy, FiancisS J. O. Thatchei.Lithrop, Fuurth115..'-The Clascal Department, State of Florida. Coopers!! CoopersCoope! m!!!

Gold Anchor: Lever do so much thereof as will pay the Taas afrrepaid, lying '- Alfred Pelt, JOSEPH B. COLLINS embracing I he foregoing, with Latin,Greek, IN LEON CIRCUIT COURT IN ATTACHMENT. 'TUIE subscriber! now offer for sale a new and con.J .t

Silver Lever Hunting do oi; Flat Creek. HUGH O. McLK:.\:, PrcsMent. &.C., per session, 20 00 John XV. Argyle, ) plte assortment of Coopers Tools, con i tin;
Silver Anchor Levt-r d'J Tax Collector for Gadsden County. ISAAC AD ATT Counsellor., Secretary. The price of Tuition to be paid in advance. VS. As4umnsu. of Coopers Adzes.! Stock Hovretfc, Howelling Bib,

Lapine and common do October 12, 1S50. 4 > Cm JOS BLUNT The attention of parents and: tmdians, desiron Protection Insurance of I Sum worn to LevelersCrows, Wood Stocked Broad Axes,and
JAM ES K. GA.MBLK:, A 't., Tallahassee. Company > f V fc
t and Ladies Pinsa general ?. of their children I 5-j .
Gentlemen Boom as- placing or wards at School where New Jersey. J Iron Brace, Champering, Howellinjf. },wing,
pQTtmetit of I Ear and Pinker Rings, Gold GjJitls and Tax Collector Sale.By -January-- 19, 1 IS-'iO. 2-y they may be prcdared to enter College, and where dcfe'id.irit: and all others interested are here [Hoop, Heading! ; Rackinsr.and Stave Knives.

.4 IH. Fob! and Vet t Chains, Seals Gold and Silvoi virtue of the power vested in me by law I Ihal GOT I 0 U GlfaS I the best guarantees of health are offered is particu- THE nultfttd. of the institution, ol the above suit October 19.! 'S-'iO. 41 BEfTON & H1GGSL
PencilGuld ( Silver Spectacles, Gold [ larly invited. Board, on the most reasonable terms, -
l'enA,1lJ expose for s.ile, before t the Court House at by attachment and are reijii.red: ; to appear at the
Sleeve 1 Cottar : < : Silver, Pe.nl, and in excellent families, can be obtained. Notice.A .
t' Ii"m Quincy in the County of Gadsden on the second next Term of Leon Circuit Court, snl plead to the
Shell Card Cases, Gold and Silver: Thimbles, fin* I JESSE II.VA'l'SONJ I II.! Z. ARDIS entitled .
M.md.iy: of April next, the lollowir.gdescribed property declaration filed in said caus LI. persons, creditors legatees, to ft.tribntion
l"u"; Silver and iSuiT.il. Combs. III' so much Iheieot as will pay I the State and GIN MASUKACTURKff President Board of Tru-tecs. ARCHER & COF.LEY.Atttirn or otherwise interested in the"Iatt

Alt\. French. Miatle Clucks, Table Knives, Te I County Tax due thereon for the :year 1530! and the Jon S. BHOOME, Secietary.L 'V-s. for Plaintiff. of Robert Spence, late of Jefferson County, Flo:idi,
TrajsPuted and Silver Waie Silver Table and TeaS necessary expenses incident thereto to wit : Palmyra, Lcc Cwir.ly Georgia, I) c mber 21. t ls"0. ;) 4t December!f. 1SV "iO t" deceasedare hereby notified to exhibit their slain

,)oiin\ Plated Spoons, Fork!, Cr 'am and! Smiji La. Seven hundred and filty acres of Land lying; on inform his friends and Ihe public gene and demands within two year from this date to )lbe-
dies, Plattd Wilel. dn. Tea Sets, Castors! Caudleblick WOULD Pure Sulphate of Quinine. In Chancery County.BILL the will be basted and
Crooked t Cretk purposing to belong to ArmUtcad that I.e continue- I the above business at underpinned, or -ame ; ill
", Sjlar Limp: *, Silver and (Jilt Girandoles.Also and 1.Ju;y. his old stand; wherehe will be happy fo supply 1 then *ub.criber.s have on hand two hundred and FOR DIVORCE. persons indebted to the said deceased, are requested

I fbe: J"ualt ban tiled Guns, Shot and Game HUGH 0 McLKAX: with a first rte article. As an evidence of the I TilE ounces 01 Sulphate Quinine, which I they Sues Cason, next friend; of Susan Murphy, to make immediate payment.
K-li POI Monnies
fine te
Flasks ,
arid ,
J'4I. pocket "Ce Tax Collector fllr> Gjihden, County. quality of his work he would state that out of the :)ave obtained iliiect Irom the manufacturers, and vs.Arnold JAMES R. TUCKER, Sneriff

Poll Io1io. \-i..lil::, Claroaet, and Flutes fine Rizs October 12, ITjij.10 Cn large number solJ by him the, past 1 year, not one has they will warrant it to be a superior article. Marphv. of Jefferson County and rr t$.r\9 AdmV.

I >r Strop*, &c.Uostquility and. general assortment t of Perfumery, -. _. .- -- --- ------ .--- fail d to give perfect -.tifaclion-aud) world a* refcrence I We have enlarged our stock of Drug and Medicines the afHdavit of the Solicitor: in the above Jecrsen CouMy, October 5, 1S50. M 3m

t \ & Sc. TOWLE MYERS Jefferson County T=z Collestor's Sale. give the name of any or.; \vho ha one of his b\ ri-rent
?. & iitue of authunty led I in me bylaw, I !: all Gins in use. 1 He mntemingtoenlariphUcstabisV i orders ior-irticles in oor line, wholesale or retail, suit, has removed and still is bejoi'dthe: limits of
J Q tSj') J*
i: : Si-plemcer_ expose for saleb lore the Court House door! i IIi ment considerab'y' this year, by which: means he will on the most arcoramodatir.a Itrms. the State i-l" Florida : LL persons, creditors and !I'Jfiteff! enfiilejf

: CARRIAGE' REPOSITORY !Monlicello' Jeflers'-n: Ccunty on Ihe fii'-t Monday! inMay be enabled to fill order (which last year he was unable We have also a few accounts vet due to ns for f Ih It it Onl'reJ, That said Arnold Murphy do appear L'di'lribulion or otherwise interested! inlbentateol -

next S ction 21, Township 1, Hinge 5, South to do) with Gins if possible, superior any ever year 1 ly4'J.( They are senerally in small amounts, and answer: or demur to said Bill within thee James toore,tate of Jefleroon cnUnr!,fltJ<

BY MILLER & ER9XAW, and I.JI.lr t *o much thenif as will pay and :ati."t,. manufactured inSoiithwesternG-'oruJa.; Helhinks but if the whole cO'lld be paid shortly it would KI months from this date, or aid Rill will betaken pro rida, deceased, are hereby notified exhibit 'heir

-- \' !lriw5.c. Flviida.rl"HE8ubsciibeis Maria Talifaro's double Taxes due the Stale and;) that every year's expedience enables him to make a far towardi liquid..1tingclltain surrs which we o\\e. tunfcasu, and that a hearing be had thereon at the claim and demands within two years from this date

would' inform their County atzuountii: ; to !*t3 SI,besides sand char- little bcMoi arlicli.Biiii LCWIS &; AMES. next term of said Court : In the nnder-i!ned, or the same will be barred; lad

.. .-=: jpj.. _L I liiemis: aai the public ia general ?":. Said Lands are biluolled i in (Ihe said! County of \a )racticalneehanicand; withaldeterminedI June, 19.:0. 22 It in Jiirthtr Ordered, That! ru''>lication hereof be all persons indebted to the said deceasttl, art It*

!-. that they are return 115 a large upply Jeirtrsou, and known ,111 the Harbour Hill Tract. I none but Gina of the very first class shall be man- CITY HOTEL made in some newspaper; published} in Florida for quested: to make immediate pa\menr.

I ol I c.I.'Es.a1.rt and Eltl nii'., which they oih.r JOHN WOOlEN, ufaclured his shop,he feels Q'e invarranting! them Ihe space and time ol three month JAMES R. TUCKER, Sheriffof

for sale\ I time.1 must roasiu'k', ter.ns. IVrsons Tax Collector Jefi'eison County. to operate to the satisfaction of the purchaser. He TALLAHASSEE; FLORIDA THOMAS BALTZELL, Judge.A JefTer on County anr tx officio Adm'r.

\vishin; to Oi buy, are ] i ID call and examine November 2, t Is50. 43 Om will deliver them free of charge to purchasers at TJII Tv-ll known itntli..l.rn'nt has passed true copy-Attest, Jefferson County, October 5, 1S50. 393m
re'lue.I"c - ,
-- --- -- ---
their stuck. Ocll T its.! i*::I. 41'k Jefferson Tax CoU their plantation. the !hal.* of the wutl'r"i.rIWlllI:4 probv C. T. CAHRCTH. CUrk.
I County ctor's Sale. Valuable Land3 for Sale.
All engagements made wilh his travelling Agent, .J'.ljJ"rictor. whom will' be kept as a B<..irding DeceuriberlI,1.30.t 50 3m

Tax Collector's Sale. | BY virtue authority vested in me by law I shall or order to the Proprietor at Palmyra, shall be House arid Ilrti
in I :' expose foi sile before the Court House door in1'II1icclo.Jt'ITt'ISO promptly attended lo.5CJRjpairing I witli: the Plat.NrV Hoti-L his personal stiperir.teiul I. Middls Circuit. '! .",, the CIA Jay January. tS5:,t'.YO
vt-uted law
BY virtUe' of the power me by \ County, on the first Monday in : properly done in the most durable I'n" (.will Ix yiven to both t-tabli-liimnt'! -at tirher tracts of Land belonging to the estate ol Reuben BUick
ilUc levied Ulo: and \il c\josct tl pale before : February: n. xt t. the West J of Section 7, in Town- manner. LEON COUNTY-IX EQUITY. deceased.
( e.f which traveller and Warder. will rind a bill ef fare
the Court House door, in town \Iadionon '! t>hiili| tl l Ran cS.North and JtI"t.t or so much thereof C.t.0--:: lie is also Ac nt for the sale of' Chanman of the l*>t that the market and neighborhood. will af- Tallahassee Rail Road Company, Complainant: One tract i io in Calhoun county, on the palacbf-
at Ihe usual hours oti IIr |
Ihe tirst Monday olune. next, as will pay and si'isly W. H. Xrmistead's Taxes Randall's & Co.'sCAST IRON HORSE POWEP.SU-: f.ird!, and, v.ill receive attention that their comfort r*. cob River a tew miles below llont'sTownaad
'I Fate, to the lii he t bidder, the tnl'J"in. described j due the State and County, amounting to S3 3", be- GAR MILLS in Southwestern Georgia and florida. and. convenii-nce every t-li-i'd] 1 The Richard Hay ward, Georse K. Walker, Union Bank contains nearly -iO'iOace f ; of Land. Ititbut'VI'fdthat ?
J4'nJo. hinganJ being in the Madison I sids co.ts and chilrr !. Said Lands arc situated in re<{luin' proprietor of Piorid.1. Rurbutt R. Iletton. and Elijah White,
; Contracts can be made with my Travelling Agrnls. appeal to the liberality of the public f,r -Li&lm! a .-liareof there are fr<-m three to four hundred acres of
.. : the slid Cuuaty of Any information war.tefivsrith regard to the cost t and Defendant pine land from five to six hundred acres of! bam-
The S I F. | of theN I E 4 of S.H 20, T 1 I. Pv Sand Jctllrson.JOHX |intninae :1.01 w ill enable: him to carry out his purx -
WOOTKX: from tbeaU.Jtbn'of
( appearing Complainant'sBill
operation of these mills, can be obtained by addre; iof "h tables Jiall suffer l TT m ck, and from mOo' to 1200 acres cf the richest
F.. the J. S. to t the sitting !u< a.i : hy coinpuriwin
ot |
as property l'dterlon. ) Tax Collector for Jetlerson Ctiunty.NverntPr inz mp at Palmvra Lee CountyGeorgia.March WIth other and such t-stablLhnienti which are verified by atfcihvit that Defendant cane.brake or liver-mud low grounds. 400 acres,
lav?* ndo.">iJ. 43 :3m! 30ISV 12 ly* none keen as Elijih White, i ii not a resident of the Slate of -r thereabout, are now open for cultivation.
iihaU of die of the State.S. .
'474i.M'J, atnlVJ.Too ---- worthy Calital Florida, but resides in I the State of Georgia, so that The improvements consist of a dwelling-house-
N of the \V | -f Sc 23 R for CITY COTtON WEIGHER.IK )L LANIEtt.XoYOinbcr .
i l I. ;, New Gcods. he cannot bes,rved with proce ol >.'lbr ?na : wilh four scorns, some twelve or fooifeen excellent
taxes, &.C., due lioiu Isl.'i to Kv:U. '; undesigned PUBLIC COTTON WEIGHER, 23 1S50.4G tf II thirtvpvn Onltretl, That Dt.'endjnt, Elijah cabins, a suaar milt and fixtures, and othr
Als/,tbe I E | N K 4 Sec 11, and W i \ W 1 Sec .1. for the City of Ta'.lahisse' having just returned J OPENING a large and carefully selected stock of -- ---' -- White, plead, answer, or demur to this Bill on or negro out-buildings: all new and in good repair.

-. Ji. T I. H 9, X and E luqlorlil tu belong to J. J. from the North wilh tiro piir of Hcalt-s, ,nanvlac.1ureI Britania and ''Jright Metal Ware PLANTERS' HOTEL. before the first Mondiy i in April next, at the puB! The necessary plantation has been newly fenced in, and is Ji-
tha1erwooifiriasdi, lioin 1 Is4' toTHOMAS 1 s31J and certified the consisting in part of Tea and Coffee Pots, French -- -'' -- ..
aljuslel In/ bv-pector oj ,
t re"r } BY S. U. LANIER. of having said Bill taken for confe- ed. and a< \< vided into; four shifts. There is one field. of 120 acres -
M AXDEKSOX, Xcahs and It'eigllg cf the .\ew York Custom Codec Filfert-rs. Pitchers, Candle Slicks of dilTtrent him set dirvn for heDricg ex pit If. PropMed, Thai in cane ol fine, luxuriant grcwlb,
Sherifl and collicio Tax Cu!l. \ Co. lmse, i is -'ar.l to received and qualities, Jelly Moulds, Class Lanterns Cake nixes, now sugar
l..ti"ol now pr weigh any | TN retiring Iromlhe Planler'HotelI take a copy of Ihi* Order be putli"llel! I for four months planted mostly within the present and last jear.-
November 30, 1-viJ. 47 CmSheriff's Cjtion: to this Market. He will attend Canui,:ters, and a variety cf other articles, which -
brought at
t I limn;; ; great pleasure' in recommending to the onc a week consecutively, in one of (the newspapers The purchaser might safely calculate onii' maiinj
he Depot or at within the limits of ihr they otltr! for sale on reasonable terms. .1
place .
'f.; a'ty M.public Mr S M. LAMFR.4 jtentlfn,an having published in the city of Tallahassee.THOMAS from SUO to 1200 barrels ot syrnp from the rarocui
Sale.BY City at the shortest notice. III conjunction with (Ihe i\oJo. on hand a lull and co.IEn..ive stock of Tin the benefit of expeiience an.} popularity conducting BALTZELL, Jude. in this field another year. Cotton Tobacco and

1 :. 4 rirtns of a writ fieri f.lcl", is'sue from the Cotton weighing- has a large yard i in thc rear ol Ware of every description mam-fueluied '-ere by a public hou.e, and \\ho. I am well assured, November 5, IS-'X). Corn can also be cultivated ma-f successfully.

rk't e of o : for the Countyof Messrs. KmK I'Yalld: WILLI.AI'I' SToRES wherehe good t\ orkmt-n. antI at fair prices. will not; fail 1 to gi ite I the ino-t entire i sit is'act inn lo A true copy from \, i.iufes of C.'iirt.I Competent judges pronounce this tc be the best

[ C, ) .elf Circuit: e 1nIJ.wll'rl.il Fairbanks will receive CO TI'OX FOR WEIGHING t Oil: OXSTORAGE. Lead Pipe, Shett Lead Copper Zinc and Cistern my old patronsand others who iiuv rail nplln him.A. OSCXR A. MYFRS, Clerk.M. tract ot Land on the Apalachicola! River. Persons
The subscriber's siiict attention and Pumps for sale. Tin Roofing, Guttering and Job FISH A. LONG Solicitor for
.t VnleatiiiB achiutl,, lk.tI'' I. r.ter Ur de- A. Ef Complainant. 'e-iirir.g more intcrrnatioii are referred to Hudson
fen lant*, I la\" \ \ <. upin, anl wi C1IMI"] for sale! experience; for the last three years at the Depot Work executed faithfully and with despatch. November l tcvi. -14 November iMW' 1 41 jn Muse! of Quincy' Kev. Jesse CoeofJackson cong-
will he hopes, bring him the custom of the Planter T. WHITE fc CO.
tieforetlte] duor in of Columbus,
U.tb.e dty Ochesee, Rott. S. Hardaway,
TuUaha..e and Merchants generally. Office in (the rear of MrKirlse's September 21 1S50. 37 If Carriages, Buggies, Saddles Harness, &c. ty. near -
the first in within Jefferson Circuit
on Monday January I next. lejjidliour : Court.IN Ga..James Drurr.mond, on the premisesor Jbesub
where subscriber -- "
', the followi'ij.. docribud' propx-rty, t wit : all times. store may be found at D. E. HULL CHANCERY. scriber, near Diamond Grove.Brunswick,Va.Theolher .

One iip.gro. tnaa: ,1ave, Henry, aeJ 3t) year Notice. tract of Land is in Gadsden countj.9
Al-wJ a negro girl Jinny, nged :years. CHARLES A. NASh, subscriber having filled up Ih! TANERY ,. tf A T his CARRIAGE REPOSITORY Hill for III.j1mcliuand Distribution. Hith-edt from Quincyon IheTallahasspenwd,

Levied UJVHI as tlie projvrty: of A. J. Fihher, and to City Cotton Jf'dger.Septem'er THE this plr.ce known as Baker's Tarn 3rd, h.it 9? -. U1 liirtletf-s Brick Building' offers for Exectors of William Goodman Complainants, having IVm. Jackson's tract on the norlk, and Forman -
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lie auld tj fcdU fv iaidTit o(fieri facia tl now on hand and will keep all kinds of LEATHER ii rtale three splendid .urgent ROCKA- M.Eseza k MmeV on southand contains SOOacres.

.. A. A. FISIIElt, ShrnfT.By Notice. for sale ; anti will have tine BOOTS and SHOES WAYS, a Ml,-ndid lot of BUGGIES, with or without Dasher, Sarah Waters Green R. Slater, Margaret The sea island Cotton grows finely on Ibis Land.

HALEY T. I). S.ovein'txr tnad* to order. He has en had a superior article ol top, four PEDLAR'S WAGGONS, one feeoond-handRoek.v.ray France Slater Jane Elizabeth Slater Harriet 7* 31), 1850. m.OCKEt 14 TilE firm of Nish & Taylor is this day dissolved doubled-soled NEGRO SHOES. lie would here return with liAmess complete! which will be told E M. Sl.aterJohnG. Sifter William Slater, be required in cash, and a credit of one, two ndthree1'

mutualcirient. Those indebted will do us his thanks] to the citizens of idsden and the Very low. John Goodman,and William Goodman Ellenwood rears will be given for the balance,the par-

A n, CLAK the pleasure to settle as soon as possible. adjoining Counties for thtir past patronage, and nay -ALSOAt and Spain, Defendants. chaser executing bonds with approved security,and
M. !
NASH.October .
to them that he will continue to manufacture Lea- appearing to the satisfaction: of this Couif, by the bonds carrying interest.
(ORMKRLY CL &tTILl.UN.) I, 1 1S30. J. L. TAYLOR. the STAND, Pha-nix Buildings, IT
atlidavit made in this that the said Defen WILKES-
I ther Boots, and Shoes, at his old stand in Gadsden cause BURWELL B.
0 TTAVIXG :he interest of Mr.
"h2, purchased A Saddle, Bridle, and Martingales! ufa va-
dantswilh the 01 William Goodman El- deceased.
LJL County, near Qnincy. lIe will be glad at all limes exception Executor of Reuben B. Hicks,
Stilliran in their' old business be
-.- can The business hereafter will he conducted Bnder lo exchange of the above art'clo; for Oak Bark "lril.ty of styles; Harness of all descriptions; lenwood rt' icJe out ol the Stale of Florida beyond November 0, ISSO. 44 St
__I.I_. (ont1 at their old staid t! Monroe street, the fum of NASH any Axels Springs Huln, Da.h Franit! Carriage Trimmings
_ & CO who respectfully' solicit Hides crippled his the juri-diciion of this Court, l but i in the United
I he will receive in few from New York negro boys or own paper.
where a days
atihareof the will Shoe Dindinjjs! Trunks, Vali
of the citizens Carpet Bugs,
:. patronage gen.rally.They Qcj- Good Boot and Shoe makers of steady habits ; States : To Planters.
of t the must asdoitmenti of
one complete Headytnide expect to keep on hand a general assortmenl can have se", it<\, '':c, together witli all other articles required It is therefore Ordt'eil That the said Defendants, their Y&
Clothing and Gtlttltl" Fancy Good of .load .MeJicinet and such other articles as are in his line Eeza Dasher, Waters.'Green R Slater. Mar- T lIE undersigned have just received offer
off-red in lliii: a assortment w. ii. MCMILLAN. ot Plantation Goods, wh'ch' they
ever multe. general in tlone with supply
generally kept their line of business. B. Repairing despatch. caret Frances Slater, Jane Elizabeth Slater Harriet
TallahasseeFebruary 2. SOO. 4 in part
of French Knglitli, and Kel ian C/olhl. October 5, J 19-V 39 NASH & CO. ly November 13! 18-:0. 4C tf B M. Slater, John G. Slater, William Slater, and for sale on accommodating terms, consisting
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Hack mnd Fancy JJocskins and Cutsimtrt, lilacf of the
John Goodman, and Spain, and the.
c.H-t Ftguctcd Stlk.-Satin, Cathmere, and I'tltctJrtting New Stoves. Notice. Southern Mutual Life Insurance Companyof Bill of Complaint filed in appear this; cau
( ., which h is prepared to inanutacture at FUST receiving from New York Cooking Parlor. '://"ILL be sold at public outcry at Louisiana. months I rom the date of the publication of this Or- Plains-all wool and heavy.KersepWashirmton .

the thoitect notice and in the mot approved stjlc. tJ and Air Tight Stove ol the most approved pat. VV Columbus Columbia County been npjoiiiteil Agent for the above C>m- llt'ror (the said Bill will be taken for confessed against striped and Georgia.Linscy

The community generally are -pectlully re'juested terns and latest ttle3.I Call and Examine: then. : 'r;'_' ..- Florida on the first Monday in Jan- HAVING deeming it iuiiii'ces.< to di-cu. the them. -fancy plidsand plain colois. .
to call and examine lay clock bE4e( purchasing else T. WHITE & CO. uary next, the well known steamer GLASGOW.This .- importance and advantage of the ary nmtiuil insurance lnd it is further Ordered, That publication of Cotton( osnabuigs,brown shirt inzs, prints wool, I batsjnd flanneW.handkerchiels

where. 'alhhas'I'e.October. 1', 1S50. 40 Sept ember. 21. 1 1Si0; 37 tf Boat has been running on the Suwannee for the principle would respectfully wilieit the consideration this Order be made in some newspaper published at ,shawls, negro caps and & KLbT.
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THE TRUE- MEDICINAL last two years, draws 17 inches light, and 2 feet 0 of the citizens of Tallahassee and vicinity. Any information Tallahassee once week tor I he paceof four months. a large stock of russetts.
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Cash Advances. inches when loaded and w ill carry from three (olive' I : relative to it.can be obtained bv calling on the THOMAS BALTZELL, Judge.A October, Ib50.

.: THE: : un rfincil make liberal.cash advances COD LIVER OIL hundred bales of Cotton Her Engines and Boil rs suWriU-r. S. S. KNIGHT.NovemUr true cony-Attest, Notice.

t hhipmentM! cal r rn.-U. to J. L. in the cure of Scrofula Conjunction are ci excellent workmanship and i in good condition. 30,1850. 47 tf C. G. FiFE Clerk. month after date.application will be made 'to

Smallvvood, New York. [USEFUL{:' Asthma Brollchilil,C.llgll:4< Her limbers are sound and with a moderate outlay November, J 1EC,). 44 4m SIX Honorable Judge of Probate of J Jei*"

_ S\I.LLWOUD. GIBSON &HARRIS. and all disease of the Chest and Lungs. A suppl for repair of Wheel Hou-es, etc., she could be made C. C. EYED & CO., Countv by theundersigned.AdministrataroftrfcrsBEllisdecea
Quincy, 2. 43 4m af 1 thin to answer a good purpose for a tow boat O{ for trans- In Leon Circuit Court. dtftn rg8
valuable medicine for
i is ju>t received which ia 1TILL make very liberal advance on Cottons ed, late of said Cojnty,
poitation of of he Gulf rivers. In
freight on (
( warranted pure, and of very superiorquality. any \ t' shipped to I their Iriends in New York. Oct ID IN CHANCERY. from said administratorship.
Ready-made Clothing and For sale by LEWIS & Ihe hands of an enterprising individual or company, CHARLES L. POWELL.JefTerson .
o Saddler.JU AMES sliecan doubtless be made James M. Hunter, Administrator of f Archibald R. S.
profitable concern.
T received per Bark Mora from York a May 23, 1550. 20 Tallahassee Fla. For further paiticular, please enquire of Capt. P. P. LEWIS, Hunter, deceased County. October 2G. IS5O.jfL._.

supply of Heady-made Clothing and Kaddlery DANIEL Local Dentist Tallahassee Florida. vs.
large Sight BELL on board or to D. PERKINS Notice. ,
which ere offered to the public 011 the mo'. Exchange SMITH, F q., Columbus. in the iinmedi- William Barney and others, creditors of said estate.
HEIR liUST. ( \N! NEW YORK SAVANNAH and MACON ROOMS new building appealing to the satisfaction the having claims against the estate f
reasonable terms. & Terms made. known on day of sale. East (if the Post Office where IT of Cr.iirt.by ALL persons Connty,
.October 12, Ib'i1). 40 'J 'for sale, in sums to suit, bv BY ORDER OF THE STOCKHOLDERS. Lhe will be fouiul unless I that William Burney, Leonidas Willey, S. Clark, late of Hillsborough ana i."

THOMAS J. PERKINS, Columbus Fa, Oct 12, 1S50. 40 Sentinel. 7 1850.profesi-ionally Henry Clark Mary McClure. 1 homaij. Hardie, deceased, as well as all creditors, legatees
11 f f October 12, S50. 40 Agent Marine Dank. engaged. September 35 and Simon Taylor Defendants in the above ease* reside son entitled to distribution, are hereby nouneflj

Notce. Notice. 0. A. McINTYRE beyond the limits of the State of Florida, but present their claims, properly attested, witnwJ
.t SIX month from d"tl. tndenignfd.rJlcutor \ within the limits of the United States : years or their claicis will be forever barred; '

0 ;i I the la.t will and testament ol Uz Wiiams. Notice. ALL persons indebted to the estate of James A. H@r: :@Nj @ j t1jj, _-.Jt If Orifered, That said Defendants appear and persons indebted tn the said estate will make. oa

4 deceased, late of Gadsden County, will ( ALL creditors, legatee, and person entitled to late of Le.n County, deceased, arereuested ROOMS AT CITY HOTEL. ffniwer the Bill filed in this cause, on or before the diate payment. .
Judge of Probate of said County, lor a final'dischargeand ia the estate of John M. Brook*, to make payment io (the undersigned; and first Monday in February next otherwise the Com ELLEN M. CLARK, ExecotriX.Hillsboroujh
settlement up (from s/id estate. late of Jefferson! deceased I those having demands the ereby November 16, 1850. 45 Nov. 30.NotIce. 47 j ,
County, are hereby notified against same, are plainant's Bill shall be taken pro confesso: Prcriff -! County,
SAMUEL WOODBURY. E\ culor. t that t their claims and demands will be barred at notified lojpresent I them within the time prescribedby ADVANCES made on Cotton shipped ./ /, A copy of this Order be published once a week

Gad-den County September 21. 1$O. 316m the expiration of Iwo 'Irlllrom this date unless tlu law, or they will be barred payment. CASH( & Nelson, New York, bv for four months preceding the said fir.-I Monday in '

_ same arc exnibited the subscriber; and all per on. I. ...BEARD, Qualified Executor. October ID, 1850. 41 F. II. FLAGG. February next in some newspaper printed and pub APPLICATION will be made by the underi-''
who have any demands against said d'Ceo3it'd.lIrl' December 21, I 1550. 50 8t lished in Ihe Middle Circuit of the Slate of Florida. date, for letters of admifl'

I l! month after dat >, the undersigned Administrator hereby notified to present them without delay ,ad Strayed Given at Chambers, !this Jlh Septen.ber} Ib50. tion on the estate of George Wyley, deceased-
__t ,I f Sl of (Ihe late. Robert Jilher. will )pret-ent those indebted to laid deceased are now called upon Notice. THOMAS BALTZELL Judge. JACOB WYLET-

J j heir final account and ,' I hI o( Leon to make immediate Pa) IlIcnl to fT"HE subscriber having taken out letters of Administration FROM about the subscriber the 23d at 24th Ocklncknnee A true copy-Attest, Quincy' December 7,1S50. 43

Probate Court and uk for a discharge from said cs.j't' JOSHUA TAYLOR. Sen Atim'r. JL the estate of Thomas or November OSCAU A. MYERS, Clerk.
4 on Cowart bright sorrel HORSE 14 15 hands
a ,
JefTersnn County October, J 1S50. 42 3m or : Notice.
tale. --- late of Hillsborough County deceased hereby gives high, very thin and spate with long legs, and a
R. W. FIKHKR ) notice to all claims Solicitors for Complainant. after date I shall mate apPloe3f'
having against said estate months ,
AammNotice. persons white sot in his facpAny information will be
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,. W. I E. nSI COMPANY, lo present them to me within two jeau properly authenticated thankfully received, or if required, suitably paid foi S"ptrmhpr,1''iO. 35 4m the Honorable Judsie of probatemna1d ana -

t I Jnl 20. t" .f. 2': *u. HARTFORD CONNECTICUT. agreeable to law ar they will be barred by the subscriberat Quincv.. Notice. County of Jefferson,for letters of dismission

BUILDINGS. Stocks and Cotton in Ware-house of recovery; and all persons indebted will please J. L. SHIELDS. charge as Executor of the last will and testame ea

los by 61,(. to make immediate payment. December 7, JMQ. 49 persons indebted to the estate of Alexander Ebenezer Folsom. late of said County,decea-
'SI lx mont 1" after date,t Ihe undersigned will make LEWIS: & AMR?. JOSEPH MOORE. AdmV. ALL 'late of the Crunty of Hillsborongh, in All persons herein interested,are hereby DQtineucordingly.

application to the Court of Probate of Leon January 23, ISI 3 .Agents Tallahassee: Tam'iii Bay, December 21, IbSO. .10 81 New Boot and Shoe Shop, !the State of Florida, deceased, are desired to make HARDY MOOW-

.)1, County fur It-Hers of dismiseion as administrator, of TALMHASSEE, FLA. immediate payment of the same 10 the undersigned, Jefferson! County, December 7,1850Notice. n

i,:,) thc estate 01 Joseph W. (.ea. deceased.! Notice. Executors of said estate. All persons, as well'also
'i I JOHN Admr.November Blacksmithing.Eunderfigned ,.. THF. undersigned-would respectfully in- the heirs and .
M.DOUGA.L. legatees named in
months after I shall t, 1 his friends! and the the last 1 will and testament -
1SV QIX date apply to the lIonua..le public gene- of John Co11
2. said the estate
respectfuhIinform* deceased, having claims against the indebted to
TlI O Judge of Probate for the County of Gad-- w .Jly that he has commenced Boot ami ALL persons
-: the generally thaI, havill said estate! are requested lo"present the the deceased late of Madison Coong.
Carpeting, &c. public ; dt-n lor lelttrs of final dismission as Admin- Shoe hol), where he will make BOOTS( and same to -
a employed a supei for Horse Sheer, t he i b islratrix of the estate of William McGriff late of SHOES of superior quality and workmanship.fjJ said Executors within two years from'tht? date,hereof pleas make pasrnnt ; and M PwsoM { t t

5 ROLE1. ? two and three ply Carctng. Wool, now prepaied to execute all \\oik in that line In II said County deceased. ( Repairing done in the neatest manner,'and at_ or this notice will be plead in bar of any such mand against said estate.'will please presentlegally
10 hnadsome Hearth Jiuga, and usual claims. THOMAS P. KENNEDY attend to theDcember2llS50.
i superior manner on lertns. SARAH McGRIFF Adm'x. the shortest notice. T..M. WAAS.Nowtnbcr ,
2 mocri Green fiaizc Carpllinl. for sale byQctubcr F. PAYNE.Jttni December 31 I 1WO. 30, 1 1E50. 47" 5. ELLEN MARTIN
Quincy 1 50
i ; 19, :Sjl). I !. UrRI&. CO. 29,1830. 25 tf I Tampa, Fa., NovO, 1S50. 47 121 Executor 50

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