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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 11, 1851
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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oclc - 02704418
notis - AKP8648
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System ID: UF00079928:00101
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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( act to Incorporate the Florida and -", .)
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The Senate met pursuant to adjournment Plank Road Company, as passed by\the Honae with amendments, son; a bill> to bo entitled, An act, for the relief of Abner /D.John,- .. Which was: read the first time, and ordered to a second reading .' FJ-:.
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The lie'. Mr. Kdlogg officiated as Chaplain.A was read the third time; V3 the to-morruwr -* :0 _, ", r .. .' 4f ),
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quorum being present, the proceedings of yesterday were read On motion, the Senate concurred in all. the amendments made by fitly; and referred first to the tim Committee, rule waived Claims, rend the arid"_second time "byr' .its, Mr. Brown, of Columbia, offered the following preamble and yes r' t!: : ;'
the House the on ecounts. olution : !
and approved. except following, viz : f.
Bill
to be entitled act _
:Mr. Baldwin! pursuant to previous notice, introduced a bill to be The amendment by the House to insert between the words "road" seminaries of An to provide for the establishment of two WHEREAS Henry C. Wilson! had settled on and improved a part i at':

entitled, An act to amend an act entitled an act to amend an act to and "within," in the llth line of section 2, the words "and the Was taken learning'nnd ; of the eight sections of land located for fixing the Seat of (government ;'". ;I'
the Circuit Courts of the State of Florida brand es authorized. up; on motion laid on the table. of the State of Florida
organize; approved January hereby House bill to be before the Raid land PJi: 1S4S; Also, to strike out the words and materials necessary" in rel; entitled, An act for the relief! of Lawrence Fer- the State : Therefore, : t:'
.Wl ich read the first time rule waived read second the 10th and II tIt lines of -It R,. deed thc Senate .1"!' (
was time by the 3d sectionand, irises the "land"in Was read the first c/f! ? by and house f Krpresentalivts of the : .
its t tiii? >, and referred to the Committee on the Judiciary lien thereof. title. ] and referred to the time,Committee rule waived, read the second time, by its of iV-Florida tn Gcneral Assembly convened, That the said Henry : '.
Mr. A very moved that the Committee< on Elections bo instructedto Also, to strike out the words and materials" in the 15th line of on Propositions and Grievan C. \V iNon be, and he is hereby, authorized and allowed to purchase ,. ,

bring; in a bill, prescribing the manner in which "contested elections the 3d section. ces.Mr.. Maxwell from the State one hundred and sixty acres of said land in- r
for Governor shall be determined." Also, to strike out in the 21th and 25th lines of section 3d, the leave of absence until moved to-morrow.that the rule be waived, and that.he have eluding his improvements, on the same terms and conditions, on :- .. i

Which was carried.Mr. words "and materials sufficient to construct the same through such Which was carried. which! settlers were allowed to purchase State lands under an act +,
McMillan presented the petition of sundry citizens of Quin- lands.Also." House entitled, An act for the relief of settlers on public lands and ;I
to
billjo 1 he entitled "
An j
vile, relative to the incorporation of said Quimille; to strike out the words "and materials," in the 3d line of the board of County Commissioners, act to define specifically the duties of grant pre.emJtion rights in certain cases, approved January 7th, \ Y ;1,
Which was read, and referred t t.o the Committee on Corporations.The the! (: 4th section. Was: ; 18-18. i", "_ t
following message w as received from his Excellency. the Also, to insert section 15, as proposed by the Hou!=e. times.. read the first time, rule waived, read the second and third Which was read the first time, and ordered to a second rcadiD"t :t"';- '

Governor: Engrossed bill to be entitled, An act giving to Judges of Probate Mr.\ Baldwin to-morrow. 1 ." J;"
EXECUTIVE CHAMBER C 1851. the of Justices of the Peace moved to amend said bill as follows, viz: strike out )!r. Forward, from the Committee '
: January powers ; the two last lines in the first section" and on Corporations, made the fol- t.- H
The Honorable R. J. FLOTIJ, Was read the third time; on the question of its passage the yeas I the County," which was carried. "Common Schoolsof lowing report : :. ": i

President of f the Senate: and nays were : I On the : of said bill amended The Committee on Corporations to whom was referred, a bill to- 1.
the
-1 have approved l and the net viz" Yeas-- -Messrs. Johnson passage as yeas and nays were : be entitled, An act to provide for the '
SIR t
: tinned following : : Avery, Buddington, Finley, McMillan, I leas- -;Ir. resident, 3Iessrs. Austin Baldwin Incorporation of Insurance 7:.
: Avery, Brown of
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the of Commissioners Associationsjhavmghad the under .
An act enlarging powers County ; same consideration and
Columbia, Brown of Hfllsborousli instruct !'_ .;
An art to require purchasers of state-Lands to make nnvmon Nays-Messrs. Brown of Columbia, Brown of Hillsborourrh, ; v T Buddington, Crawford, ..FinleJ.f me to report the same back to the Senate without :tmpH'm' 'nt t'
; therefor to the Treasuer of this Mate ; O.-.._ ..J, I"1*** ..tt*.ty s. f 0/ r*. ., ... .,, I O: I I A I. n men was received, and said bill ordered to be placed among "" 4" ,
Which\ I have caused to be deposited in the office of the Secretary Said bill was lost. NavsNone.Said the orders of the day. ::, .t '
of Estate. Engrossed bill to be entitled An act to authorize Judges: of Probate bill passed as amended. Title as stated. 3Ii. Forward, from the Committee 09 Enrolled Bills, made the \. ;
THOMAS BROWN. to set apart Dower ; Ordered that the same be certified to the House of Representa following report: .. '' .
Which was read. Was read the third time, and on the question of its passage the tives. I The Committee on Enrolled Bills, report of correctly enrolled, a .. ': .

Mr. Taylor, from the Committee on Internal Improvements, made yeas and nays were: House bill to be entitled, An act to change and establish the lines I bill entitled, An act requiring to be paid into the School Fund money '. .
tlie following report : Yeas-Messrs. Avery, Baldwin, Brown of Columbia, Brown of of Franklin County ; derived from the sale of slaves under the act of November 22, :l .
The Committee on Internal Improvements, whom was referreda Hillsborongh! Bnddington, Crawford, Finley, Forward, Johnson, Was read the third time; on the question of its passage, the yeas 1829. .. ." ;i I
bill to be entitled, An act in relation to road duty McMillan, Moseley, Smith, Stewart, Tax lor-14. and nays were: W. A. FORWARD Chairman. :'i ':
Nays-None. Yeas-Mr. President, 3Iessrs. Austin, Avery, Brown of Columbia, Which was received. 'ear.
REPORT: Said bill passed. Title as stated. : Brown of Hillsborough, Buddington, Crawford, Finley, Forward, 3Ir. Baldwin, from the Committee on Engrossed Bills, made the : c

Thai: upon due consideration of the subject'embraced in: the Bill, Ordered that the same be certified to the House of Representatives. Johnson, :;\lciiIllnlosclej":: Perry, ::Smith Stewart, Taylor-1C. following a report: .. .._..t... ,
they disapprove of the alteration contemplated in the mode of working Nays-None. The Committee on Engrossed Bills,begleave to report as correctly '. :--i' /'/I.
roads, preferring the system now e&tablUhedbv Law. Engrossed substitute for House resolution, asking! an appropriation Said IIJill passed. Title as stated. engrossed, a bill to be entitled, An act to amend the Militia Laws ,t

W. U.'I'AYLtR) Chairman. of land by Congress, to aid in building a Piank ]Road from Alligator Ordered that the same be certified to tIle House of Representa of this State. .. !,}...

Which was received,and said bill ordered to ,be placed among the to Jacksonville ; tives. JNO. P. BALDWIN, CJiairman. r# : '. : .
orders of the day. Was read the third time; on the question of its passage the yeas Resolutions providing for the Seat of Government of Florida: Which was received, and said bill ordered to be placed among k ':.r' .

Mr. Johnson! from the Committee on the Militia: made the following and nays were : Resolutions providing for the Removal of the Scat of Governmentof the orders of the da'"-. i- '
report: Yeas: -Messrs. Avery, Baldwin, Brown of Columbia, Brown of Florida. ORDERS OF THE DAY. "; ;

The Committee on the Militia\ : to whom was referred so much of Hillsborough, Buddington, Crawford, Finley, Forward, Johnson, Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the Stale House bill to be entitled, An act for the relief of Thomas K. Leo Ii' ;

the Gaerumrt; message; as relates to the :Militia laws, have instructed Jlc1illmIosdey: : Smith:; Stewart, Taylor-11. of Florida, in General Assembly convened, That it is expedient to nard, Captain of the 3Iiccosukie Cavaliers, and B. G. Waring deceased i.Sf .
me to report a bill to be ('utitldn act to amend the :Militia lawsof Nays-None. remove the Seat of Government of the State of Florida from Tallahassee ; :r ,
tins Male. Said resolution) passed. and to permanently fix the same at some other point. Was informally passed over. ..,. ,
ALLEN. JOHNSON, Chairman. Ordered that the same ba certified: to the House of Representatives. Be it further resolved, That the following'Persons' to wit : :M. C. House bill to be entitled, An act to change: and define the Western ;. .;
Which was received and said bill ordered to be placed among Brown, B. 31. Pearson, Gad Humphreys, Henry C. Wilson, D. H. and Southern Boundary of Gad; ?>dcn County; {-"
the orders of the day. House; bill to be entitled, An act to incorporate the Jacksonvilleand :Mays, James 31.: Gilchrist, John Milton and D. J. Smith be, and Was read the third time, and on the question; of its passage, the : '':..-

Mr. Brown of Hillsbnrongh, from the Committee on Claims and Alligator Plank Road Company; they are hereby, appointed Commissioners by and on the part of the yeas and nays were' "
Accounts, made the following report: Was read the third time a
The Committee on Claims and Accounts, to whom was referred the yeas and nays were: that in the selection of said site, they shall take into consideration a Columbia, Buddinjrton, Crawford, Finley, Forward Johnson, Maxwell J :
a bill for the relief of Dr. Thomas: M. Palmer and Drs. TlJlor and Y:1s-\lessrs.: ', Baldwin, Brown of Columbia, Brown of central position, as well as a healthy location, also the benefits of 3IcMillan, 3Ioseley, Perry, Smith-15. i. x
Palmer, ask leave to nil1 borough, I Buddington, Crawford Finley, Forward, Johnson, the State at large, and may take into consideration proposals of citizens Nays-:None. :
REPORT McMillan, Moscley, Smith, Stewart, Taylor-14. in aid of its construction, and shall report at the next sessionof Said bill passed. Title as stated. :"
: Nays-None.( the General Assembly the location selected together with the rea Ordered that the same be certified to the House of Representatives. {, i
That they have: had the same: under consideration, and have instructed Said bill passed. Title as stated. sons and inducements for si: J selection. tw..: '
me as their Chairman to report the sauce back to the Senate Ordered that the same be certified to the House of Representatives. Be it further f rcsohcd, That if it should so happen that any of the House bill to be entitled, An act to amend an act entitled an act ,

and recommend its passage. Commissioners herein appointed should die, refuse or neglect to act, to grant preemption rights to settlers on sundry lands, approved "t:.
Which is respectfully submitted. :Messrs.: Brown, of Hillbborough, and Forward, moved a call of then the survivors, or a majority of them, or a majority of those who January 12th, 1819; ,;'it.; ,
:M.: C. BROWN, the Senate. do act, sl13.ll1Jc sufficient to make said selection and report. Was read the second time, and referred to the Committee on _.. ;".
Chairman Com. on Claims and Accounts./ Messrs. Austin, :Maxwell\ and Perry were absent Be it further resolved That the said Commissioners (or those act- Schools and Colleges. ,- .
Which was received, and said bill ordereu to be placed. among :Mr.\ Johnson! moved that further proceedings in relation to the ing as above directed), shall receive the same pay as members of the House bill to be entitled, An act to provide for the transmission .$o ".
the orders of the day. same be dispensed with; General Assembly for the time actually employed in carrying into of Election Returns in the County of Levy ; t' ..;
Mr. Forward, from the Committee on Enrolled Bills, made the Which was carried. effect the above resolutions. Was read the second time, and ordered to a third reading to-mor ::
following report : Engrossed bill to be ('ntitlC'dn act to permit George W. Andrews Which were read the second time, and made the special order of row. : .1....I.
TIle Committee on Enrolled Bills report, as correctly enrolled, the to Practice Medicine in the County of Hernando: ; the day Monday: next. House bill to be entitled, An act for the benefit of Dr. Thomas ;,
following bills, \iz: Was read the third time; on the question; of its passage, time yeas Bill to be entitled, An act for the relief of Joel B. Smith, and for 31. Palmer, and Drs. Taylor and Palmer; ;:1' .
An act to amend "An act amendatory of the !several acts now in and nays were: oilier purposes ; Was read the third time; oil the question of its passage the yeas ii:
force in relation to the( assessment and collection of the Revenue" Yeas-Mr. President, :Messrs.\ Avery, Baldwin, Brown of Columbia i Was read the first time, and ordered to a second reading to mor- and nays: were : 1" J. -.
approved} January 15, 1819; Brown of IlilUborough, Finley, Forward, Johnson, :Maxwell\ I Yeas-3Iessrs. Avery, Baldwin, Brown of Columbia, Brown of :- -,
An act to change" and make permanent the dividing line between :Moseley: Perry--11. row.House bill to ho entitled, An act for the relief of Thomas Led. Hillsborough, Buddington, Crawford, Finley, Forward Johnson, h 'l ::0:
the Counti!! of Santa: Rosa and Walton ; also, Xn-s--h'ssrs. n, Buddington, Crawford, McMillan:\ Smith, Mi ; Maxwell, )(cli1Ian1oseley:\ Perry, Taylor-14. n :::.
An act. to amend the several acts now in force in relation to pleadings Stewart, Taylor7. Was read the first time, and ordered to a second reading to-mor- Nays-Mr. President, 3Ir. Smith-2. '" : "
in civil suit Said bill passed. Title as stated.. rowt Said bill passed. Title as stated. .. f: A
W. A. FORWARD, Chairman. Ordered that the same be certified to the House of Representatives. : House bill to be entitled! An net in relation to license; Ordered that the same be certified to the House of Representatives. <

Which was received. Was read the first time, and ordered to a second reading to .. t". .
The following communication was received from the House ofReprescntatiies Engrossed bill to be entitled, An act to change the Southern morrow. house bill to be entitled, An act to authorize Thomas J. Land to "i

: Boundary of Leon County ; House bill to be entitled, An act to authorize Thomas J. Land, establish a ferry across the Chipola river, at Abe's Spring Bluff; ..;< .
Horse or REPRESENTATIVES, January: 0, 1850.:) Was read the third time; on the question of its passage, the yeas to establish a ferry across the CLipola River, at Abe's Spring Bluff? .. Was read the second time, rule waived, read the third time, and ::.:. .t
Hmnralle President of the Senate: I and nays were : Was read the first: time, and ordered to a second reading to-mor- on the question of its passage, the yeas and nays were : : tit :\:
Sir::The House have concurred in the amendments to the billto I yeas-:Mr. President, Messrs. Austin, Avery, Baldwin: Brown of Yeas-:Mr. President, 3Iessrs. Austin, Crawford, Finley, Johnson, tI
he entitled, An act to amend .in act incorporating the city of :St.: Columbia, Brown of lIi11shnrnu h, 1 Buddington, Crawford, Finley-, rowHouse bill to 'be entitled, An act for the relief of Dr. Thomas 31. :Maxwell, Perry-7. .' ?. : .
Augustine, approved 4th: February, I8:33. Forward, Johnson, Maxwell, McMillan\ :\ Mobeley, Perry, Smith:; Palmer and Drs. Taylor and Palmer ; Nays-3Iess.rs. Avery, Baldwin, Brown of Columbia Brown of ,e .

Respectfully, Stewart, Taylor-18. Was read the second rune, and ordered to a third reading on to Hillsborongh,* Buddington, Forward, 3Ic3Iillan, Moseley, Smith, s '.
ARCHER, Nays-None. morrow. Taylor- 10. r:
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Spcalicr House of Hcprcscaiatitcs.Which Said:I bill )passed. Title as stated. Bill to be t'ntitlt'dn act to provide for the transmission of Elec- Said bill was lost. \- .,:: ,
\"asread. Ordered that the same be certified to the House of Representatives. tion Returns in the County of Levy; Ordered that the same be certified to the House of Representa .(. +1-.
The following communication was transmitted to his Excellencythe Was read the first time, and ordered to a second reading to-mor- tives. ..
Governor : Engrossed bill to be entitled 1, An act to enable Executors, Ad. row. House bill to be entitled, An act in relation to license; .
SENATE: CHASIBEE: January 7, 1851. ministrators, and Guardians to sell the real estate of Infants ; The following message was received from the House of Representatives Was read the second time, and on motion referred to the Com I' 1. .
His Excellency THOMAS: BKOW, Was read the third time; on the question of its passage, the yeas : mittee on the Judiciary. i
(*0fxrnor (f Florida : and nays were : HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES January 6, I8:;}. House bill for the relief of Thomas Ledwith ; el. fc- ;
Sin :-I have the honor herewith to tiausrmt, for the approval of YeaIr.:\ President, Messrs. Avery, Baldwin, Brown of Columbia Honorable President of the Senate: Was read the second time, and referred to the Committee on r.t:

year Excellency, the following Acts, viz: Brown of HHUborough= BndJin ton, Crawford, Finley, For. SIR :-The House have passed, Propositions; and Grievances. ,
An act consolidating the Counties of Dade and Monroe, making ward, Johnson, McMillan, Moseley, Perry, Stewart-14.JCays I A bill to be entitled, An act to amend an act entitled an act to House bill to be entitled, An act to make uniform the mode of #t.t.: .
them a district for Judicial purposes; -:Messrs. Austin, Smith, Taylor-3. 1 grant pre-emption rights to settlers on sundry lands, approved January selling the State lands; .:.:
An act giving to the Alabama and Florida Rail Road Company Said bill passed. Title as stated. 12,1819; also' Was read the second time, and on motion, referred to the Committee '
the right to extend their road into the State of Florida with chartered Ordered that the same be certified to the House of Repr<,senta- Senate bill to be entitled, An act requiring to be paid into the on Schools ahd Colleges. *it'

priiileges' ; tives. School Fund money derived from the sale of Slaves under the act of House bill to be entitled, An act to make provision to defray the r r- .
Aa act for the relief of Angel Lopez. I Engrossed bill to bo entitled, An act providing for the incorporation November 22, 1829, without amendment; expense of a residence for the Chief Executive Magistrate of this if .
Passed by both Houses of the General Assembly, and signed by of societies known as Independent Order of Odd Fellows, and Senate bill to be entitled, An act to amend an act approved Jan- State; .1:, :
lie rcsj eclfve officers thereof! I also of societies known as Sons of Temperance ; uary 13th, 1819, which provides for the election of Judges of Probate Was read the second time. t f: .1-
Respectfully, Was read the third time; on the question of its passage: the yeas by the People, was lost in the House. On motion of 3Ir. Avery,! the Senate resolved itself into Corn'r t ?
NEIL McPHERSON} and nays were: Respectfully, mittee of the whole on said bill, 3Ir. Brown of Columbia in the I> -.. ?
Secretary of the Senate. Yeas-:Mr. President, Messrs. Austin, Avery, Baldwin, Brownof H. ARCHER, chair. After some time spent in consideration of said bill, the Com r.t:

ORDERS OF THE DAY. Columbia, Brown of Hillborough, Buddington, Crawford, Finley, Speaker House of Representatives. mittee rose and by the chairman thereof reported said bill back ': ., b
Forward, Johnson, Maxwell, McMillan, Moseley\ Perry, Stewart Which, on motion, was read, and said House bill ordered to be without amendment; 1
House bill to be entitled, An jict for the final removal of the In. -10. placed among the orders of the day, and said Senate bill ordered to Which was concurred .* tOn .

dians now remaining: in Florida, beyond the limits of the State ; Nny-:Mr.'\ Smith1.Mr. be enrolled. motion the rule was waiver1, said bill read the third time ; on I .t. ,:'
Was read the third time as amended; on the question of its passage Avery moved to amend the title of said bill as follows, viz: I House bill to be entitled, An act to amend an act to grant rre- tIle question of its passage the yeas and nays were: i;.
the Has and nays were: Strike out the title of the bill, and insert the following in lieu I emption rights to settlers on sundry lands, approved January 12th, Yeas-3Ir. President, Messrs. Austin, Baldwin,. grown of Hillsbo- F} !l io.
easMr. President, Messrs. Austin, Avery, Baldwin, Brown of thereof, viz : 1819; rough, Buddington, Crawford,Finley, Forward. ,3Iax\\ellMc3Iillan, N M
Columbia Brown of llillsborough, nuJdin ton, Crawford, inky<< "An act to provide for incorporation of Benevolent or Charitable Was read the first time, and ordered to a second reading to-mor Perry, Smith-11. 1- ;4 .
Forward, Johnson, Maxwell\ McMillan, Moscley, Perry, :Stewart, Societies." l'\'ays-\Iessrs.: Avery, Brown of Columbia, Johnson, 3Ioscley\ : P
Taylor-17. Which was carried. row.On motion of )[r. Baldwin, tho Senate adjourned until half past T:1Jlor-5. t, :; I
Nay-:Mr.'\ Smith-I. Said bill passed as amended. 10 o'clock to-morrow, A. 31. Said bill passed. Title as stated. .? t. f.
'Saul bill passed. Title as stated. Ordered that the same bo certified to the House of Rcprc n1:1- Ordered that the same be certified to the House of Representatives. ,;
Ordered that tho same be certified to the House of Represents- tives.Bill WEDNESDAY, January 8, 1851. .
lives. to bo entitled, An act to amend the Militia laws of this State; Bill to be entitled, An act for the relief of Joel B. Smith, and for ; l.I
Bill to be entitled l, An act to provideor fixing the compensationof Was read the first time, rule waived, read the second time by its The Senate met pursuant: to adjournment.Tho other purposes; : r i
Mr.
officiated .
Tax Assessors and Tax Collectors, for assessing and collectingtaxes title, and ordered to be engrossed for a third reading to-morrow. Rev. Kellogg the as Chaplain.A read Was read the second time, and referred to the Committee on (1i
of
being proceedings yesterday were
for County purposes ; Engrossed bill to be entitled, An act in relation to the term of quorum present Claims and Accounts. At

Was read the second time, and ordered to be engrossed for a third office and duties of Tax Collectors; and approved. notice that he would future ask Engrossed bill to be entitled, An act to amend the Militia Laws t
Mr. Avery at some day,
reading to-morrow. Was read the third time ; on the question of its passage, the yeasand gave of this State; ,1
leave to introduce a bill to be ('t1titlc..Jn, act granting to tIle Alabama
the mode of
Huube bill to bo entitled, An act to make uniform nays were : Was read the third time. ,t
and Florida Railroad land granted hereafter to
Company or t
Belling State lands Yeas Messrs. Baldwin Brown of Columbia Brown of I Mr. Johnson moved the blank
; Avery, to fill in the third section of said
the State for the
the Government
General
Was read the first time, and ordered to a second reading to-morrow Hillsborough, Buddington, Crawford. Finley, Forward, Johuson, be of aiding granted,in to the construction by of a Railroad from Pensacola purpose to bill by inserting tho word 3Iay ;" :I
-. Maxwell Mclillan10sclej"\ Smith Stewart; Taylor 10. Which '
Perry, : : was adopted.
, House bill to be entitled, An act amendatory of the several acts Nays-None. Montgomery.Mr. third On tho question of tho passage of said bill, tho yeas and nays
moved that the to
vote
Avery on yesterday ordering a
now in force, relating to the appointment and duties of Auction Said bill passed. Title as stated. were: '
reading House bill to bo entitled, An act to make provision to defray i '
eers; Ordered that the same be certified to the House of Representa this Yeas-3Iessrs. Grown of Columbia, Brown of Hillsborough, Bud i
of
the Chief
the of the residence of Magistrate
Was read the firs ttime, rule waived, read the second and third tives. State be expense reconsidered dington, Crawford, Finley, Forward, Johnson, Maxwell, McMillan I ;
des' ; and on the question of its J passage the yeas and nays were: Bill to be entitled, An net in relation to road duty; Which, was carried. ; Moscley, Perry, Smith, Taylor-13.- I 'Y

\eas-Mr. President, Messrs Avery, Baldwin, Brown of Columbia Was read the second time.On On motion of Mr. Avery, the rule was waived, and lIe allowed to Nays-3Ir. President, Messrs. Austin, Avery, Baldwin: -L :
Buddington Crawford Finley Forward, Johnson, McMillan:: Said bill motion ordered that the same be not engrossed. pass( as
introduce a bill to be entitled, An act giving to the Judge of Pro-
Motley Naye-, Smith None., Stewart 13. Bill to be entitled, An act to authorize the administrators of lien. bate of Escambia County the powers of Justice of the Peace, in Ordered that the same be certified to the House of Representatives l
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V. Ellis deceased, to sell'real estate; certain cases, ; ;y 4.
Said ,
Ordered bill passed. Title as stated. ry Was read the second time. Which was read the first time, and ordered for a ,second read Bill to be entitled, An act providing, for the establishment of two t o
that the tIle House of Representatives. '
be certified to Seminaries of
same Learning ; '
On motion of Mr. Maxwell, said bill was laid on tIle table. ing to-moirow. '" > i .it tr
Mr House bill be entitled An act to make provisions to detrsy the I Mr. Moseley offered tho following resolution : Rule waived'read: the second.time by its title, and ordered to be
moved fore to ,
Avery that a bill to be entitled, An act to provide engrossed for a third reading to-morrow. ,
{ .o" '*' .l{
th Resolved That this Gen. Assembly, the House of Representatives ? ;
incorporation of Insurance Associations and which was printed of the residence of the Chief Magistrate of this State; 'The
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11 :' ECl':; \'% CIIAMBKII: January 7, 1 Ibol, Which: ; was read, and Mid hill ordered to enrolled.< : : i OOIi3.tJ prinil': '! ot L.'k'! .lj... ., \90:"''.L .1i 'I I '. .

i' ., To the Honorable 11. J. FLOVU, Mr. Baldwin moved to adhere to the Senat substitute ; tljf/lorMasr& Journal. I here tossed aside! n; a worn-out gam: .:* t P'o rL:1': i- OU.' .'. '".;.h.r; Oi, Iroher1yIive .l..i- ..v '. -' I -- Anoth

President of the, Senate: Which Vascan led. - so, and we'say it wit&: all tba reect, J Ct r-oli.-y; o. ; / ., The Charf'-
: 5m1 have! approved and signed the following Acts, viz: TIle following message was received from tho House of R pre.sen R. B ,H I L TON & C. E. DYE J silent hereafter about Southern wrongs ann while another 5 ij to open their arras ItCI to J PI J" tic! ,

; An act cons-jliJitiug the Counties of Dado and Monroe, makingI tins: EDITORS AND PROPHIETCSS. for that those of our elivw I wlio Clh tJ 1 graphic
them a District for Judicial l'urp05l'sn ; HorsE OF REtf&ESBXTAtivES, January 8, 181. I Southern injuries-the rather prepare a 1luce t ran the 'iSra'. *

; j \ act giving to thelahnma and Florida Railroad Company HonoraUe President; of the Senate: SATURDAY, JANUARY 11, 1851. which our masters will lay upon us. Jut way tnouga thc influence these free n a ,"r. Cotton i

; tk i the right to extend their road into the State of Florida, with chartered SIR :-The House have passed a bill to be entitled. An act to in. -- ---, whatever tho General Assembly may do- g roes leagued' with other abolition; e eighth toa0ck c

3 ; i t., privileges ; corK>rate the Ocala Plank Road Company ; and Lecture ;the Resources of Georgia. whatever doctrines it may avow--of one The Sonth is almost within the "of nt or SIxty
:. ,J 4 for the relief of Resolution authorizing the purchase of several copies of the.Rev. toi die ,
Lopez
Angel
An act ;
At the request of members of the General Assembly be assured if the should come serpent Abolition ; and of
ever
1 I caused be in tho Office of tho Secretary White's Statistics of Georgia also thing : day nothing a sixty bales,
Which I have to depo&ited George ; of Florida,the Rev.GCOBGK"Wnrre, author of the mined and dltr.
i> r amend the seventeenth when the South shall resolve to art, SECES8IOx an extraordinary I thousan..
of State. Senate bill to be entitled, An act to clauseof Statistics of Georgia will deliver an Addrew on Monday eor can tlt JI I teen
THO. DRO'N.4 the Constitution of this State nnd' Constitutional secession if will cate her. T
the fifth article of ; evening nwrt, at 7J o'clock, in the Ilall cf the you thousand.
Which wai on motion read. Senate preamble and resolution relative to the payment of certain Hotve of RepmentaliTet on the RESOURCES OF -Mvill be that mode of action-and then if The Alabama Journal speallng Of tie Ufa trade.

;. l&t, The following communication was received form the House ofRepresentatives Florid Volunteers, without amendment. GEORGIA. Mr. WUTK win take new of the Geographical blood follows, the consequences of tho trife action of the Virginia providing for tle _
Also bill to be entitled An act (or the relief of William &Ku. r J:7: We .r
; pwitioo of Georgia- oil and climate-min- will rest on those who drive the South to such m oral of all free negroes from that
I HOWE OF RErRKSEXTATivEs, January 7, 1851. crease, Robert L. Edmonda, Joseph Austin; and Thomas D. Wilton. eral wealth-water power-manufacturers; Railroad State' tens of Maria
t 4 Honorable President of the Senate : Respectfully, literary institutions-character of the people tc,&- action. To suggest any other mode, is to says: will visit die

f' Sir: The House have passscd the enclosed bill to be entitled, H. ARCHER, He will also refer to many incident of the revolutionary demand the abandonment of convictions coeval The opinion in Alabama is quite pr .r

4 .t01. An act to incorporate a bank iu the city Tallahassee. Speaker House of Representative*. war as conducted at the South, Qhntrating the with the foundation of the Government. lent, that the free negro population i the nJi t properly ,

"., Respectfully H. ARCHER, :: Which on motion was read, said Senate bill ordered to be enrolled, patriotism rf our fathers. Tliese are subjects highly -\gain-wcro this right, to secede from the dangerous institutions iucendiar society. element Their to oa'nn' .own* respond inch"
the orders of the interesting to Florida,and Mr. WIllIE hopes to he honored Union when the Union becomes destructive, example every
-4 Sjtcakrr House of Representatives.Which ; and House bills ordered to be placed among day. judicial l on the slaves, and the opinion is p hirrrU&
q 'i Won motion read, and said bill ordered to be placed The following message was _received from tho House Representatives with the presence of the citizen. The Ladiesare of the ends for which it was consented tn' general that the steps adopted br Virn'f home in' % p

4 among the orders of the (b)'. : partieuLirly invited. claimed by the South, in all human probabilty remove them,would be the best policy tl ( (

House bill to be 'ntitloJn act to incorporate a Dank in the Horse OF RCI'nr.'eXT.\TIYES, January 8, 1S51.HonoraUe i it, no occasion would hereafter arise for its could be pursued here.." \1c! last was atU't
,a President the Senate Episcopal Convention.A .
City of Tallahassee; of : exercise. The North have too just art estimate dience' Tl a
Was (the rule waived) read the first time by its title, and orderedto 8m111e house have passed the enclosed Resolution, providing Convention of the Protestant Episcopal ot the v.ilae of the Union to them, to l'ur th F1 a Jonas! and satisfar
a second reading to-morrow. for the election of United States Senator on :Thursday, Dili) Church of tie Diocese of Florida has been in The of
right
On motion of Mr. Ralduin, the Senate adjourned until half pat t January. In which, tho concurrence of the Senate IS respectfully session the present week, in St.John's Church, risk its permanence by wanton and cold, I The lost number the SectSon oTh' .I l
; 10 o'clock to.morro1.: l. solicited. blooded aggressions. Hut deny it, and you: Scotii1e contains ax an-1-I
I tendant
Tallahassee which
Friday
adjourned yesterday ( aride under th? ciption *f .Constitationisocesnon.
Respectfully, I i invite continue.! -. .rmr.Hur, January tP, 1551.l II. ARCHER, ) morning.m"ong its acts was tho election tha ." attr.ckhg tic! report of the Committee lection
out which! will
l Tlie Senate met pursuant to adjournment Speaker House of Representative! as R-ishep of the Dioce of Florida, of contingencies peremptorily : or. Federal IMaitons of the House and D.

I The Rev. Mr. Pralt officiated as Chaplain. Which on motion was read, and said resolution ordered to bo the Rev. F. H. RVTLF.DGE, D. D., Rector of. demand it-exereisc-and rLivery I may stand in I:: : that! doctrine la ably discussed. ,j fotruicli ,r. \Iyer, '.

A quorum being present, _the proceedings of yesterday were read L placed among the orders of the day. St. John's Church in this city. the district and the fugitive bill continue on not to enter I i, Edmondsoi
.
and approved. House resolution relative to the payment by the Treasurer of the the itatute book ; bt repudiate it, and to sure my purpose very fully into :' Councilmen

'.. Mr. .\very, pursuant to previous notice, introduced a bill to be en.. State to the Rev. George; White .tlie sum of eighteen dollars for cerfHII The Gsneral: A3s lbly. 0.3 coming events cast their shadows before, gumentsliov.bg, the soundness of the do-. cc

1', titled.deneraf 4n.rt Government ? ol andI aiding Florida m the Railroad construction C m. ; 1lnolPI: ....... tune, IUIU \VUI\cM, IltU U1O SCCU.lu ...,4 ..._ ". 9. __ :..!__..icd __ will slnvorv Lo nl.,l ll": \\hercver Congressmay 1 t.ne because I do not fed that I couI adj to 1 t Tuesday Cle
purpo f elected &
of a Railroad from IVusacola to .Montgomery ; times by its title, and on the question of its passage the yeas and during the present week, among which is i assert jurisdiction, and the runaway 1! it.. oirftngtl. of dint put ft
Which was read the first Cine, and ordered to a second reading n:1\no'l're-; : a general: bill for the incorporation of Plank: I.uv cither bo repealed, or what in the! same mitc?. I merely design: to prciat such u Wilson, City"I
eaol's5rs.u5tin Baldwin Brown
Avery, of Columbia
to.morrow. }oad3. Tho Supreme Court bill the thing, remain a dead l letter it will u-ill show the error of those whl have h
Brown of I Hillthorougii I Buddington, Crawford, Finlev, Forward, passed : never.be oppose if.-
Mr. Johnson gave notice that ho would, on some future day, ask Johnson, Maxwell, McMillan! Moselcy, Perry, Smith, Taylor-10. Senate on Monday last, and is now waiting enforced.A Cefore however proceeding to answer 'traitors'to tt
leave to introduce a bill to J be entitled, An act the drcty
; of money from the Internal Inprovement fund making to remove appropriation shoalsI Nays-None. the approval of the Governor. The Indian: correspondent in another column takes article in question, it may not be iaiprop. Alabamian, "

and other. obstructions in the Suwannce river. Said resolution passed. bill has also passed, and i U also _before the( up this deeply interesting subject,and handles er to remark that the General Governaieatij j There is, in a
Mr. Haldwin from the made Ordered that the same be certified to the House of Representa (Governor; t for his it in only tho Government of all the traitors to tll l
Committee oa Engrossed bill;:, the I tive.?. approval. A bill incorpora- a manner that renders it unnecessary for States, }L
following Report : rating a bank to }be called the Rank us to bestow Cn it is the Government of each .J 0a'tOtbOSuLie
of Tallahassee further to
tne
House l bill l to be entitled, An act for the relief of William E. Kil- any comments upon teeScnlincr e.I
The Committee, on Engrossed Dills bag 1 leave to report as correctly L. : ," jiasEcd the House article.1 tent of tha powers granted to it. The and con-t)
engrossed, crease, R. ithinoiidJoseph Austin; and Thos. D. Witeon ; by a large majority $ Wo invite special; attention ( Constitutioa .

...\ bill to be entitled.!, An act to provide: for fixing the compensation Was read first time, rule waived, rend the second time by its title and i.? in the hands of the Committee to the communication of Y." under the I was not formed by the united ppll the Union wh

{ of Tax .\:*eFsors and Tax Collectors, (or assessing and collecting and referred, to the Committee on darns: and Accounts on Corporations of the S h.te. It will probably caption, TLo RIght of"(eCl'SHon.. He ex-: ,I of the States, bet, .as expressed in that int pressed by 'ilt
..
House resolution relative
the Election cited
of States
t, ] taxes for County purposes; Was rend. : Senator; pass that },od.r."e are informed that hil.ifs: the '*reason and truth" of tue doctrine !j I rnent, by the people of the United; Stsia. It endurance : a'

1 Insurance A bill to be odatiOl1i.tiitiiitd, An act to provide for the incorporation of : Mr. Baldwin moved amend said l resolution as fHI1.w'iz: strikeout its provisions are closely guarded. in a light: so clear that tho ";3\.f1ub'w man: r, I|j t was not ordained by a coaolidatetl peoeLcreated he who eat;- :

JOir: P. n.\I D\nX. Chairman the words i'Jiursiav. l'ih itrt.'' and insert in lieu thereof the Th Senate has passed a resolution! : to adjourn [. though a fool," need not mUtake if. It b beyond j was by the soveroigatijs whca "'enalready JIOMICSb-,
i
WJuch was received, and said bills ordered to be placed among !: words( ")londav: lJth hist." Alter the word ""eriat&' add ''Judges oa Saturday next, the IStli! inst. This successful refutation. in esisteace. Each acted for fedf: an affray c t

the orders of the day. of the .Supreme Court and Judges of tho Circuit Courts, Comptroller I- T'solutioniII probably be before the House and through it their ci!lens owe allegiance to' 'ilL"jr.

.; 1r. Maxwell made the following report : l Which and Treasurer carried., and Cleil of the supreme Court." 1)1co.icurrence; to-day. Fowler's Phrenological Jourml. the Government xrlaeh they CitallLhed. tween. which c v
was ,
I The Committee on tho Judiciary whom was referred a bill to This is a monthly periodical edited
House bill to be entitled An Monday next Ins: been agreed the by the> I The Sentinel "
act to the as ,
be entitled, An act t.) rv-organizt' the Judioul ;'yfetem, and to establish incorporate Ocala Plank upon j distinguished! says Granting that tIle doc. from a plstthese 'I
five Judicial Circuits having considered the t"lme.lu"C' instructed Road Company: ; day for the election of Senator, Judges of the j Phrenologists, O. S. & L. X.; 1! trine of constitutional secession is founded are t''>.
On motion the rule waived, and said bill read tlte first and, second I I i Fowler, and devoted to Phrenology artd ki
me to report : ( ( Supreme: and Circuit Courts, Comptroller and I reason and tratn,what is it wo:ti! Its ter the fugiu
alfet
*I Tint inasmuch as the General Assembly have passed a bill to establish ., time On by iu title, and referred to the Committee. on Corporations. Treasurer, and Clerk of the Supreme Couit. dreil science We have been a reader of t rise I advocate? (Hon. L. Chcvcs,) concedes that Knight was ,;
motion of .Mr.
A i a separate Supreme Comt, they deem it inexpedient to establhh 10 clock to.morrow1.Moeley, the Senate adjourned until half-past Should both Houses agree to adjonni on! Journal for several! years, and feel free to recommend I will be an inevitable incident to is TC on.
1 another Circuit, and therefore recommend that tho bill bo it to tho perusal! and of attemrtedexercise
laid the table. the 16th, a vat amount of business must be patronage t -and if so how is it more tfEcaciocs '
upon those who fond A FAST
are of
'ft- crowded into the next six days. that sort of reading 0: better than the nataml
A. E. MAXWELL, Chairman.Which ; right revolution I"
FBID.YV, January 10 1851. which tends Carroll Coin
to elevate in the scale of moral I Now
it
was received], and said bill ordered io bo placed The Senate ought to be very dear to mid l
among met pursuant to adjournment.The Constitutional excellence and make us wi and I every I cengerand J,
the orders of the da v.'ORDERS. Rev Mr. Kellogg oliiciated as Chaplain. Secession, &c. uer better.- open to the fight of trail, that tie rights of r
OF THE DAY. The of The new volume, commencing with the DO less than
A Whig organ Tuesday last comes present recession anti revclutioiv%
quorum being present, yesterday's t proceeding were read and I aie entirely variast
House bill to be entitled, An act to incorporate a bank in the proved. ap down on the report submitted by Mr. Anderson month, is enlarged and improved iu style, in their! character, and have daTertni ends in duct of thu:

city of Tallahassee ; Mr. Smith gave notice that he. would, on some future day, ask as the saving is, like a thousand of matter and typography. Subscription price: view, and whilst a State Carroll Coir
\Va! read the second time its title rule waived and may Ikht$ tiuUJ
by referredto ; urr.
leave
to introduce a bill to be entitled, An act to invest, at 7 brick." The whole only SI-each number} contains 21 Po
percent matter of secession in I large cise the it
the Committee on Corw| >ratiou#. interest pages. one, may not attempt t tlw ciber.
of the
a portion principil: l of the School and Seminar .
Address
House bill to be (''ntitll l, An act tt) provide for the transmission Fund now in the Treasury of this State. y the estimation of that print) is a tissue of" al.I. Fowlers & Wells, 131 Nassau To secede is to withdraw from assticatJon' TneJoi.rnnearly

of Election returns in the County of Levy ; 3Ir. Brown of Columbia gave notice that he would, on a future surdities," which the editor 11ns no faith: the street, New-York. _" to separate one's self*-but,;"revolatica com"l"'!,
Was read the tliLtl tine: ; on the question of its passage, thc'yeas day, ask leave to introduce bill of Florida ill ferent Count
people endorse. b
p and a to be entitled, An act making an \\ TIle mas. "a matt-rLil or entire change fa tOO coati-
nays were: appropriation for clearing out the river St.1arJ's. sive fabric which the Expulsion of Free Degrees. tutiHn that paper, it vt
distinguished author
'; Yeas-:Mr. President \It'".rs. Austin, Avery Baldwin Brown of of( of govermuL-ut., Now for a State t fo
Mr. McMillan TIle
moved that the rule waived in the
and that he be allow the had proposition Virginia Constitutional j creased with
I. Columbia Brown of HilI horou h Report erected, apparently so impregnable exercise the :
of
Buddington, Crawford Finley, ed to introduce a bill without previous notice Convention right revolution,woxAl be an
"rorwarll, Johnson, Maxwell McMillan, Moseley, Perry, Smith-10. Which ; as to defy the assaults of the most to cxpel free negroes from:, I t' either her populati
was carried, and ho introduced a bill to be entitled, An ponderous the limits 'I attempt to produce(by force,of course,)
of
Nays-None. is thus that State, is the cause of considerable million, an i IWe
act to regulate Camp-Hunting in the Counties of Escambia and weapon, razed to the ground a material or entire cil.ngfin the constitution -
Said bill passed. Title as stated. Santa Rosa blast fluttering in the free States, especially I
; by a single 01 tho editor's bugle and i ," forcibly
;
or eject tLose otScers who
Ordered that the same be certified to the House of Representatives. Which was read the first time and ordered second on the borders. Illinois Indiana and
to a reading the labors of half a century of such men s l have been properly selected] to administer tLeGovernment learn t

J House bill to IKJ entitled, An act for the relief Thomas K. Leon. tomorrow.Mr.. Brown. of Hillsborough moved that Mr. Brown of Columbia Giles, Tazewell, Randolph, Hayne, Calhoun Ohio will not receive them, though runaways Will any person admit that in the first fiftee

-, .. ard, Captain of the Miccosukie Cavaliers, and B. G. Waring deceased have leave absence until Monday next; : and of lesser note, are shown-no, not shown/, arc willIe heartily welcome. Gradually other States this country, a pure confederation of sovereignties and Georgia th
tersecting
t ; Which was carried. I but assumed-to be airy nothings-baseless forced to adopt the same policy, otherwise such

and Was read the third time; on the question of its passage, the yeas I Mr. Finlej' moved that the rule be waived, and he be allowed to as the fabric of a vision. says the Pennsylvanian, they will suffer Surely not-and, right why exists? Because in any if one tie State State I made Plantation wiLhtorn1eted of 3
nays were:
introduce a bill without previous notice ; But in sober the inevitable conseqnences of the acts of
f *' Yeas--Messrs. Austin, Avery, Brown of Columbia, Brown of: Which was carried, and he introduced a bill to be entitled, An earnest, is there not something their sisters. The Indiana desires a change of the constitution, that instrument hy;
I State Ground
Hillsborough, Johnson, Maxwell, Moseley Perry, Taylor-10. act to provide for the more effectual administration Justice in the bordering hard on to the ridiculous in the off. Sentinel, provides for the mode in which it is *ru
teenth
tfU t Nays Mr. President Messrs. Baldwin band commenting on this, uses the following language secti s
-
t Buddington, Finley, Forward courts of this State ; ,hit-him-in-the-eye-ball-bim"manner in to be amended. The State itself is superiorto ty workmen

McMillan, Smith-7. Which was read the first time, rule waived, read the second timo which that sheet disposes of this question I ITo : the Government of the Union and does right good Said bill ,
Tide stated. "
passed. as by its title, on motion laid on tho table, and 75 copies ordered to be dignify the subject with a of It may bo urged that such provisions are lirst Plank ]I
Ordered that the same be certified to the House of Representa printed.Mr. ray argument cruel and inhuman ; bit this is no not nor can it owe allegiance to a thing of its

tireL Avery, from the Committee on Schools and Colleges, made seemingly, would have been no more the absolute necessity of such argumentwhen a law own creation. It is bound, no doubt, bj every May Times.it be scfa '

Bill to be en tltl'dn act giving tn the Judges of Probate, of the following Report : than a mark of respect due alike to the STi. arises. In the case cf a wreck where two principle of good faith, to adhere to tie

Escambia County** the pow rs of Justice of the Peace in certain The Committee on Schools and Colleges, to whom was referred ter of the report and the hundreds and thousands brothers! seek safety by clinging to the same compact as long as it is not violated, bat its

cases Was; the bill to be entitled, An act to amend an act to grant preemption in the Southern States who are as strong plank, if it is unable to sustain the weight of faith was never plighted to the Federal Gor- /c'The miiiNewYork.
read the second tim .
f < both,the law of '
I ; rights to Ecttleitf! on sundry lands approved Y2, in the faith of ft'l'ff'scITltiontieh knowsno .
secession the
January is editor
of
the
Mr.% as eminent, but to the s
Johnson offered States
the following amendment, iiz: Insert after will the with which it
184! ask leave to report to the Senate, as a substitute for said sympathy, justify stronger to break] entered Verted into
1 the word Escambia" in said bill, the "Hamilton" and at the Sentinel in the absurdity" of it. ISut; this is the : of the weaker! into association a
and
bill, a bill to "be entitled, An act to amend: an act to grant [rra p to save himself.: Such ; if it should wrong others finiii
end of the nl "Judge" add tile letter' .>" and strike out the word"county" I right to settlers on State lands, approved December 27th preemption not even attempted. They are l left to grope i is the! case of the white and the Llack races; fully! withdraw: the States, and not tae Fed- they can nor t\

: and insert in: Ii.u.thl'. ('j!the! word_counties; on :'in i their darkness and folly, and not a Thecan never mingle or amalgamate.! Such! I eral Government t have the 11 night-;
1848.me I j : right to
complaia
iiicii was aui'jucu', and lid uiu ordered MJ for J. attempts would the t tcJcv3.ting
uv cu iusavu degrade white
third committee also report back to the senate tIle bill[ to be entitled glimmer of light is tIn own in their pathway' witlmnt or resist its withdrawal if [I Igarde The ab
reading to-morrow. the that be nv < .t
An act to make uniform the mode of State Lands and black. They can never occupy ,- may
selling to show them their ration
S Resolution{ relative sine error. It is true, wo artold J as the exercise -of >\ut
to adjournment: diet; recommend that it be passed. the game domicil, or stand on the facie either of a constitatinnal
Was: read the second time: and ordered to be engrossed for a third Respectfully submitted, that the tendency of the doctrine is to, letel of eqiality Hie great evil of Afiica'i or a sovereign right Now, how is a a farmlniyinthatlittu>r

reading to-morrow. O. M. AVERY Chairman. make'the General Government; contemptible slavery is that the subject; of it i is a distinct j state to escape from the which

e Was Ilubolution read tile for second the relief time of, Henry and referred C. Wilson to the; Committee In. Which was received, and said substitute, together with, said bills, _., a thing existing on sufferance": -but we make ran; him Give freeman-lie him 1.5s liberty antI von do not j :may le forced upon her, unless oppressions it is conceded point a ,stron whi,< I his .:

Improvements.Engrossed on ordered to be placed among the orders of the day. are not told what the reverse tendency! of the locomotion a but enjoys toe: right of. that whenever she feels tlicir: : weight to<>teauly troduetiou titiitics.
of tho .
bill be entitled An Mr. Baldwin, from the Committee on Engrossed Bills,made the doctrine is. Suppose the matter be looked at none amtr.te ol"citi 'I to be borne .
to act to provide for. the Incorporation following report: zemlip.e, ; honestly bdi \'l' be she has the right to withdraw

Insurance Associations; The Committee on Engrossed Bills beg leave to as correctly in this! light-the General Government regarded to the interest of the descendants! of :wi un- from association with those who oppress The Xe;
report
Was and read the third time, and on the question of its passage, the engrossed, as the overshadowing power in the fortunate beings now among us, to hold out her { What power but the aggrteved last arrival I rr

yeas Yeas-nays Messrs.were Austin: Avery, Baldwin, Brown of Columbia, Escambia A Bill to and be entitled Hamilton, An Counties act giving tho to the Judges of Probate the of State-and what ,are your Slate Governments every their removal inducement to the and land grant of their eveiy forel facility.ther for I State itself i is to judge! of the degree of oppression paper has r

Buddington, Crawford, Finley, Forward.'Johnson, Maxwell, McMil Peace ill certain cases: also, powers of Justice of I They arc worse than contemptible This: can never be done so long as a quiet: which would justify her .in takicj belief most import that

't. lan, :Moseley, Perry, Smith, Taj lor-15. Engrossed Resolution relative to adjournment sine die.] -ther arc arrant'humbugs-they have no vitality home is given them in the free State As I such a step I Certainly not.the General Goqernmcnt a long time It

Said Nays bill-None. Title stated. JOHN P. BALDWIN, Chairman. : no life, no power of self-preservation. the mistletoe I clings to t the treent ut any .I who is guilty of it, and as certainly ential and (It'.I

It passed. as Which was received, and said bill and resolution ordered to be The Union; the sole creature of these contemptible botanical affinity,so does ta black man cling not the other States whose representatives Organize ai f
f Ordered that the same bo certified to the House of Representatives. to the white. lie looks .
plared among the oulors of the day. State sovereignties, which neverhad up him as his mas I assisted in the outrage. The result B inevitable proceed to 'h
'\1 r. Forward, from tho Committee on Enrolled Bills made the ter and superior, and the white man treats Limas Lower Cain
Engrossed bill to be entitled, An act to provide for fixing the following report : any existence until they breathed into it: an i:: l'ri.r." that unless the right of secession eii&, the (;
compensation of Tax Assessors and Collectors, fur assessing and the breath of life, is become and I there people IfI
i.I most
The
Committee supreme ? the
Enrolled no
Taxes for on Bills, report as correctly Enrolled, Exactly so-and yet the Southern planter rightful remedy against I Independetaftrards t

collecting Was read the third County time; oil purposes the question; of its passage the yeas An act to amend the seventeenth clause of tho 1 fifth article of the pafuntJuntl, the creature is now greater who believes that! on the continuance of the atrocious outrages that may be perpetrated .
i constitution of the State. than the creator. Whatever it do Federal public in
can ,
and nays were : may relation of master and servant depends the on an unoffending State. If the '1'
Is-\lesl'8. Austin Baldwin Brown of Columbia W. .. FORWARD, Chairman. be enforced by tho haj'olet.0 matter i if Government has the even AmericanHerald ,d
Avery, Which was received. I happiness of the two races, is a fanatic ; and ; right, springing adc .
.+t!; Buddington, Craw ford, I'iideyJohnson, Maxuxll, McMillan, Mose Mr. Smith, from the: Committee on Propositions and Grievances, the powers vested in i il.l'stowe originallyand every statesman who would resist interference I from the necessity of self-preservation, to resist from such <

,'ft.if : Icy Nay, Perry-.Mr., Smith Forward, Taylor 1 1.-11. made the following report: solely for the purpose ensuring domestic with this relation even to a severance of the the action of any one State in the Attempted t. Beyond do\b<

ei Said bill passed.) Title as stated. Tho Committee on Propositions and! Grievances! to whom was ,. tranquility and thereby promoting tho common Union, i an ultra-nay worse, is a traitor, exercise of the right of seeeso7has *
:! referred a bill to be entitled, An act for the relief of Thomas Led- good-no natter if these are exerted in tho the same action of a2 SlaaeryIewyork .
1 j Ordered that the same be certified to the House of Representatives. : with! beg leave to report : powers opinion of the cut-yonr-masters- right to resist i tile ? r
: to the destruction of that for which, as I throat" the states combined and to declare that it
That they havo: had the same under consideration and believing philanthropists of tie! free States from Califo,"
Bill to bo entitled An act to re-orgauizc the Judicial System and as they do, that tho said Lcduith should be relieved,,your Committee Mr. Webster says, Government is instituted, The broad hints thrown out in the language will not lie"e"rn though all the parties t t> talists in th.t

.. to establish Five Judicial Circuits; has instructed me to return the bill back ithout amendment, "the protection of property"-there h no es.1 of the Slate Sentinel, quoted above, and the the contract should agree upon its disS latIo. change in has
: Rule waived, read by its title, and on motion laid on the table. '
and!
to recommend its passage. save in the strong anus and bold hearts This result is to intro u'VeZtet
capo comment of the inevitable and if the prindpfe
.1!: Tho following message was received from tho house of Representatives PcKnsyiranian, are the out. ;
.
D. J. SMITH, Chairman.; of the oppressed. They are chained to the of the Sentinel extent
: Which was received, and said I biil I ordered to bo givings of the feeling of the North! and will is carried out to its fullest ( 10
r HorsK or RIPRISETATIVJS: : : January 8, 1851. the orders of the day. placed among stake, and if they have not strength enough to be reduced to a settled policy by tho Legislatures it must end iu making the Federal Government 'Ixprcss: sa .s

Honorable! President of the: Senate : Mr. Smith, from tho Committee on Proportions and Grievances, hr&ik loose, they must bo consumed. The of the free States. The absolute ne- superior not only to one of the ptf- ly any thin-:

SIK-'l'he House have concurred in Senate amendments to the made! tho following report: General Government only has the power of r ccaaity of such a law" will be pleaded theground ties which created it but to all The Federal meats but re
.t bill to bo entitled An act to define specifically the duties of the Tho Committee on neat and L-.a
on Proposition and Grievances, to whom was re. slf-preservation petty governments are that the Government has the n'5istthe action
., Board of Commissioners Monroe and the black right to
wbt'o ceived
County ; fcred bill to bo entitled races
a An act for tho relief of Lawrence far. mor<
Bill to bo entitled, An act to Incorporate the Jacksonville and roll, beg leave to report: mere appendages. They can only struggle, can never mingle or amalgamate;" but a sinister of a State, or it has not. Ifit haS not

r: Alligator Plank Road Company: ; That they have had the same under consideration and has.instruct- and kick when tho knife is applied to their motive is tho very ground-work of the it is because i Is the effect and not the causa CnI01S

And bill to be t'ntitlcd.0 act to organize tho Supremo Court of
the State of Florida. discharged from tho further consideration thereof. slipping their necks one side and getting out Of it to their domestic is a party. If it. has, it is no longer a Government State Trial,
necessary
The House have also receded from the amendment to the bill[ io tranquility and %Ir. Fletcher

be entitled, An act to Incorporate th<* Florida and Georgia Plank Wliich was received, and aid bill ordered D. J. SMITH to bo Chairman.laced harm's way" is treason, madness, folly-aye,, safety to expl the free negroes from their formed by confederated States but 1812, thusmurder a'
f among absurd. tn*
Road Company in which the Senate refused to concur. tho orders of the day. I midst; prevent this and keep the elements a consolidation above and superior to for t

The House have refused to concur in the substitute for the mftlutionfasking Such,'then, is the tendency of the creed of r of disquiet and danger us the parties which created it. The States in such men, it ia i iou u

an appropriation of land by Congress to aid in build. I, those who would deny the right of secession., free States forbid their entrance among into their, a case, have surely conjured up a monster t t4J ) and I s si i

; i, i tag a Flank Road from Alligator to Jacksonville.Respectfully! There was lately exhibited in London, a pumpkin measuring six and aro the people of this State-is the General border In this way tho abolitionists wills swallow them, or tao provisions of the C0titution n* !law out to says fight it hit

# ARCHER, feet in circumference, and weighing nearly a cwt, and a haiL It Assembly-prepared endorse such mon throw upon us the burden of transporting and i form theeonvolusionsofaserntft) is, murde: ;

j!'j; Speaker Howe nf Rreci1aivcc. was sown from seed sent from Canada. strositics \ Arc they willing to surrender the colonizing theo negroes; or subject us still 4 crush them in its folds. 1-" dad Driers I never

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¬11er advance in Cotton..Charleston Will) CVTANDTIIB' AKIAXSARSZ.YVEJ.Tlii failed .__ VALUABLE lANDS AthtIeum Classical Institute. T7SI WIL302T & CO., Now Store and New Goods '
Sein'molc t'liioi' having to
4' porsur.dc
h 4l Mercury ufiha 7th has a rT U exerci <.f tbo alxive 4ioolVlII1 be ren.modon Book-Sellers and Stationers
4r1e |ji < ;vi people to i-niiprr.to: with liiin to tliotlto AND .1. 3ltav] tha Gili intuit Term J.O IAVIS

( recL.IVO _!,:/. despatch annoiinri.( ;! tV arrival of <;'randc, indurcJ a large partj of davc s TOWN PROPERTY AT AUCTION.T ?40 ya kiiOia4t;i $ year of ten January niootiw. Board c.m 1 1obtuLied he TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA) 1) rr1cTr1r.t.Y .. tr, tie nlfcnlim of the fri.i't. -

with dales to the tii&t Dasem- to run avivvitli a view of socking freedom: in the neiglibcrluiod nt f I or $3 per moath. OFFER for *ule, cheap for cash or apjrove-J credit, h.b.anPs! $ (11C cn> iI Taii.h:44-: nr.d urol 4r.'iiadin
run a.I the' *cijgara. The number of pujsU limited to There asaurauent of ; lo his hsniem! arid % 'It srtcttt4l I
The WILL OFFER FOR K twenty. w fO'vitry
further advanced one under his protection. Creeks and Soin. SALE AT AUCTION
Cotton has on
I & free .. ,er. again -L the lrst Monday in February 1851 at Tallahassee now a vacancy for four or five. All the brandies of a Books and Stationery, Fancy Articles, &c. stock or /Vrtnr.'inUr <;ow/.'. '"r rtcrived iron
band ,
the
with saks jiniiiirr the moles followcJ fought them with a Collegiate Yew York l aid! N.w Orlean-, in'f"
course The Institute wtna- found Philsddphrs.
Books of
I ion to quarter, (if not li pucod of at private sale Ltfore that lime.) are taught u Among their assortment may every ) ,
agontg.of cig1th loss of ono killed on each side tock their ted ui the Bradford dingDrvGondsntvaii.itsriptI.'ns": ino"'? which '
thousand six hundred and women the following valuable tracts of Lund, situate in the neighborhood,about tan miles from variety and description, in every djparliaent of Literature -
1' 'ofl thbg k 0f5iitfiVO and children to the number of sixty, and County of Lena Several of tLee tracts Tallahassee, and has been in successful operation for Science, ant the Arts. Till be f>urtd Lathw Dr e GftwU in n wl variety of '

<''ut a dct4r.Offle bales, of which speculators look four- carried thm back. Their masters came forward 1 ing or iu the immediate vicinity of Tallahasve are' ,adjoin and at yean of tl e, and for the last twelve month under charge Bibles,Prayer Books,Psalm and Hymn Eoolts, tyle and price wear, and; Ilosirry ii Lir.r'ortment; Hltvtt, frf.of, Goodx; Limit fi.rtentletnens a4 *
present
Hn bales and exporters twelve and reclaimed their the sale may be divided into lots to suit pnrdianen: Principal Of kind and other and devotional
thousand
,
can oxtri.K propcrt} by paying The Jialf of Application can be nude to the Principal, or to Dr. every religion* ';hces. Hats, ami Cap; Greeerirt and liqutrr t'leadyiatnle .
west the
north-west of '
The remainder was taken by the the rc\Vard offered, and disused of such as quarter Mctkm ono, Nash, or at tLU Office. work for all denomination of Clirutiaiu.. Clv&ingin grrat tarirly ot *i)ks, /1
thousand. containing go aae& NEW PUBLICATION'S and prices Negro Kevv.ys, Liott\tt
were considered unprofitable stock to them. North half of section two, containing 320 JESSE T. BERNARD, Principal ujlilies. ;

It'j a4u'. ____ _ _ After this piece of ill luck Wild Cat went to East half north-east quarter section 8, 80 January 4,1851. 62-Iw Received by the earliest conveyance front all parts French of Bed which Mackintw will be'ioId and N al xro udh B'.anhfl.prices, far' cash<, ff'All

for t ti rc.prcvu. fffWe are requested to say to the chiof the Rio Grande again. All of township one, range one, south and Particular Notice. of the PUBLIC Union. AND PRIVATE LIBRARIES is cannot fail to please the most la fiiliotff. Purclu-

that that Dr LEWIS Dentist< vest, containing 480 '4i. sers ant invited lo call and examine his stock pievi- 4
?? Marianna, How MANY ACRES ARB PLANTED IN Cot more or lew,including the field at the npHE SaWriber respectfully return his thanks to Supplied at the shortest notice, and on the most favorable uto jkiitjc their sclectinns eUewhere. Ilisslori Z

Id11 visit thorn on or about the 20th! instant, TON.-How many acres are actually planted DepotLot -L tb citizens of Tallahassee and the surrounding terms. t next door to the Sentinel Print int; OlEce. .

: (mite "armed and equipped." On our each year t Our estimate is 700,000,000, No. 5 of the south-west quarter of section country, for their past liberal patronage to him; but WRITING AND LETTER PAPER, December 21, 1S50. 5(3( .
rrrly one, township one, one, expecting to leave the dty very soon, be very politely -
which allows range
!8 seven acres to yield an average Of quality and description. Alv, Colored,
wo will that Dr. L. is south and west 10 request those indebted to him to make immedi''itelya every
wfponsibilitj say containing payment Fresh Arrival
of three of-100 each. Glazed Music Tinted of all colors
Drawing
o mrl'ni own bags pounds We are known as the Meginniss Lot. -> be cannot leave without the one thing Papers ,

>l l'l is b 'everv inch" a gentleman, and thoroughly at well aware that there are several States in The south-west quarter of section 23, containing noeJful, The most of my accounts will be found in .tc., &c Of Groceries and Western Produce. 1

"ion r pre. in his profession. wl.icli: the average is much above our figure ; 159J the hands of IL T. BLOCKER, who will receipt the BLANK BOOKS.A Sew Orleans Brown Sugar 8ngr Cored hams,, .

very tome Imt v/i> from what is esteemed' Lots N p COXCKUT on Tuesday evening may pay, good containing 22 S. F. BURNET. variety; must of them of superior material;and work Cr'wbedSujar, Sahratii', Mustard. b
ic
'l1C hjc! : and brilliant! authority, that the rich cotton lands: of Texas, Lota Nos. 33g: SS, S6, in the ca.'.t half, Jannary4,1951. 52 manship. Rio C..Lit. thee Clack Pewper. t
!lust was attended by a large au Louisiana, Mississippi and Arkansas, are less uth-oast quarter of section 26, each FOR SCHOOLS, Dried Peaches and App!.,. Flour,St Louis.

dience. Tlie jierfcnnanccs were excellent, certain in their returns than the less fertile containing! 10 u Fresh Provisions, Flour, &c., Writing Books of 1 superior paper. Pens Pcrcil.-, Rewards Just received and loc sale low fur cash by' 4I

Journal soils of Alabama, Georgia.and South Caro more or len, all in township one, Itav.. n. rrrrEs" raost NEW OHLEXNS.BBIA Ink, Ink-Stands, Ruler*. i&, ic, toother wi'h J. C. D.'IV1.
and satisfactory north ami all the School B Li Li Dec -mber 21, TSoO. 50TLILOflhIG.
lina. range one, wcL 1 FLOUR, popular nov UMJ. Anting
:Loo, last (for Intcndant The weft half north-west quarter, section I eJ these are the Southern Readers,and several otl tr very
Tlic election on Monday Tho census of I 1810 shows that 200,000 27 do. Extra Fatmly do. .
GT' SO north and liglily approved Southtni School Boolu.STATIONERY .
township one,n.nge one> ,
bi 10 da do. do. da
contains an and Councilmcn, resulted in the election pounds of cotton were grown in Illinois so oast, containing 80 9 Casks 4 Sides and Sljonljers *T.HE: 'jbcril wouul: inforn the cif izer'9 of TalL .

t 1t3 0 and have ton much of West half, south-west of portion 3, lahasice! that he ha commenced lie 4!,ove-bu-
"ftUutionalhe of D. P. llogue, lisq., as Intondant, long as ; we seen quarter 6 Tierces Duffield's, Schooley's, NicholsouV, Embracing almost every article nally f>und In nr.xtea ,
< Com. this article covering very sparsely a great twn-JJp one, nuigo one, north and and Stagg fc SluyV Suguor cured iLiTin, ive Bookstore., Also, a HrgtJ a<*jrtncnt of ele- iIlps;, and rt-suoctlulty: solicits a ahart oi puttieri .$- ,
5Valker U. A. Shine St-lini "
and D. Ksq., deal of land !in the outskirts of the cotton region west. containing 80 4 TiiTces linggt-d, canvas-d and! j/iaia ILoaw, gnat patroIiaze. .
House, in W.MyerF: I:'. II. Hagg, I). C. Wilson, J. A to .liter drop Wet h:>lf, miuth-wcit quarter, section 8, 30 BbK Me-i'[ ant Win Pork, FANCY ARTICLES, & ? opposite the Florida HxGaruionts -
our figures, or a square townvliip ono, rarigo one, north and it-: cut to order.
.t *:ad. It i ia Edmondson! D. U. Ames and C. E. Dyke, astwicihnei1. or two," before the acres arc fairly counted. west, air.tniiajig 80 10 6 Clarified and Brown Sugar, Too nnmeroiu to partculari7.e, ernbnurln; a great JAMES SEMPLH. ,jp

into Southern Cultivator. Lot Xo. ?, fractional section 8, town FinoApplea, variety of Ornamental and Fancy Gts u-', Eieimt November SO, 1S30. :7 tf :
an w. Hoard aip "
of the 25 Potatoes
At a meeting on Planting- Statliiatry, of domestic and furei n raanufactnre, 1'ro-

r tlio docadd Tuesday evening, G. W. Hutchins was rejected Golden Rules of Life. two, range one, north and wet, containing 123} BCKRY i ROWLES. eitati.n! Goo.1<, of vraiom kin !14, tle, tc. PF)7 Iron. I

)uW to and Tna-nrer and John Ail the air and tins exercise in the universe, Lot Na 1, fractional section 20, township Jnntiary4,1851. 52ITotico. All of which are oif rcd at the wry l.>wt t prices. A Complete assortment: jart received and f>r sale )

the Clerk City a.d: (be most generous and liberal table! but three, nuige one, nortli and weft, coatahiing Vachcrs Trader, and Mardianta, supplied on the Lv Mc-NAUGIlT & ORilOND.

Wilson, City MarshaL poorly! fiufilc'' to maintain human stamina, if 74 13} most reasomble terms.Vlo.Y'M. Newport, Dec. 28, 1 5'A 50TFST
in each as J East half. sont1i.cat< quarter, section 17, A MEETING of the Stockholders of the Union .WILSON A CO'S.FLORIDA ALMANAC, .
"I I have heard much of treason' and oftraltnrs' we neglect other co.operatFres-nam'Iy, the towivhiji three, range one, jv>nh wit JUnk of KloriJj will bo h-Id nt Ihe il.inking With ail the Astronomical calculations! fr this I.itade received and for sale by C. C. Bull & CO, .
;''lon it- obedience to the laws abstinence, and those t'at t, eontaiiiiiig! 80 Home in! the City ri| Tallaha ee, on Mondi, the : U now colored for sale, fin 1 will Iw sent to any J 10 barrels real Mi'rct-f r*atods; -
to the Union, says a distinguished of We rise with section 3J day of February, for the election ol Directors. of Florida. IVlce 12 cents the 5 begs sup.rkr GosI'n 1uttvr,
'ircctlyto ordina-y grati.lcation. a \Vest half, .oiiti-wet quarter, 1, part J single copy, or
months HV. L. IJUTGEHS, Cashier. 1 0 b.irrel* Alaiumoih Onions, : a ;
within the last twelve
dolbir tbo dozen.
Alabamian, headache about ourselves three, one north and /no
4 I 'bt IUltO and wo set : puzzling tiwuJiip range barrdi fre-h No. 1 Mackrtd
;) Jnurv4,1ciI.l o-2 SI 5 rt There is, in a politicBl sense, treason' andtraitors' to know the cause. We then recollect that vet, containing 80 December 23,1850. 51 tf 5 half ** ** ** 1 4' 2'
SoutJi half cectiori t', township two
to the South. The rankest 'treas- we bud a hard day's fag, or that wo f.astedoverbounteoiisly 11(1 1 range Notice.OX November 23, 1850. 45 I '_ 4'
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t Utes, j. om north < we-t, nni iuitng S20 Fanning Inplcsicnts.SJORFOLK _Li '
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cr that we slaved verb North lulf section 11 the first Monday in February 1S31, azreab'e *. !J7
the up wu-hijtwo, ?
tho South i is to deny her reasona- i range and for Sfale.
on' to No. 2 Turnir; n.-w, BiK irJ iant.tion! Negroes
the Sweep
lo lie! li-I t will and ttstiment of "MaryTlu.misdeceased
exI1 lat<* ; at all events \vo incline tu find out the one' north and ve-t, containing S'JO
TlitCon.. He and constitutionsl right to withdraw from : fault and then call ourselves fools for falling Lot N). ", frartioiJ: wet ion 12, towji-hip I will ofier for vale, to the highest .Ll Ballion' ae", A'e*, Ht's, Spa-Jus: Rakes. Fnrkt FIlE undersigned cP-ra for gale a TaJqalle ptmt-
C JtiruLcilerStrawcuttor1,llanii-inils, i :irr Jini- tones, I ,
two, north aid west ;l bidder, bet'ortihe Court) ibiii-ie djor in the town > i. tin, lyitvj in iLv'.u-on CVsmty. Florida, near the : ,
the Union> whenever she conceives herself oppressed into it. Now, th's is an occurrece happening : ) range one, coaiii'.ii'ig 115 ot( 2d8rlania. the followin Land : Vurjj. uer's Jack-crew; Tr.ico. IJT% Fif-Ii 1 ted BreatChzia S m ly For.i, or. the C iji!! Riv -r. The plantation eontAin4Ci s

0 acre's oflan! ono huwiriid i,which! are cleared :4-; ..

and the vilest traitor' to her, i is th.it inn away \\ilh lie! best portion of our Like Jaolc: iii, gti1 1 iieladi'-; all that! vae.ulIC l.r.iJ ticn'lir.gfrom S I H i of i Sec 3 J, T 0;, i U I H(.i-N> and V,', Just rectivcd, and for sale \rrMcNAUGIlT and Ktlcr! good fence. Up n the prfmk are a .:

: It endurance ; lift, bff re \\e fiml out what is jrood or evil. : tha foiu'e of Mr. Cjrr.on I'MO Like, near- N \V 4 of Soc .1-1, T rt.; K 10, N and i',', &! ORMOND. conifer*able ttwclliiKj house cut houses,and on tartlcnlxrell : .i.
lie who calls secepsioii treasonable." is to Hi,! fence of tlu OrrLir.l 1'ond ri.uit.'iti.iii. It S E4ot S.c3TCR1UNindW, Newport, Dec. 23, lsro. 51 tC stocked with vpph} % crania, peach.cotJ fig trie*
individual his lite
Let review
any single past : Cor.tniuin G-iU ot ood I Uml in the U & stin-k anl ttt '
CtUt.d1s jiboiit S...' acres bi-si.l.M R lar ,- t.xti-nt of valuable acres as as ny lujtiain tfcc placa a good n&e .r ,
<-'u vcrebr HOMICIUC.-The Macon papers mention how inbtaniancuijfciy tbu blush will cover his lillinial lai..l uu i'hc'l to it by drainhig and thertcehr Stale, kncv.vn Ji t Ihe Lolt place. I'vHons desirou* The Quincy Llalc and Female :kuation healthy antI well wai tied, There w a :
heck, when lie thinks of the egregious errors of bajirii I: I Uiids j in FloriJa, would do well I I to examine b"iutiral: lake directly in front of the threJEnsAlo
iucludud the very
itst-If, affla3ill that city, on Sunday night, bctwwn :: '.f the I ike,and nut m eatinutef ACADEIIY.IE .
an said such land oiftredli.rt.ale.
;'rmiss are rarely ionso .A.
he has unknowingly committed- unknowingly (1 its content.At .-.. +
i'' "fiance to Willis II. Hughes and Thomas Knight, say Terna: ol snle-one-Jourth, in cusi! the Exercises of tliU Iiislitirtioa: will bo resumed -a fornCy cf eigLi negroes. .
because it IIPV T occurred to him ths casio time and place 'alaice :in one, two, iul: three jears.Lt'KC. -L UJ till! 1'lCKT MONDAY IS Fl2KfAET, 1351. TIe U. A. 3Id2-iIm. ;'
1ect. jr., which resulted ii: the death of the former that they were errors until the rffocls fullow- I n-ill o3Vr fur' stile the following LialbituatcJ: in LOTT, }Vinale Dopcrtment will be under the charge of JTk Novebcr itt,I SStb! 4 I i a *
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at tilt dt I > from a pistol shot Ifxvc are not mis-taken, ed that tetr.iei1 the) eauv All our sickness GADSDEX COUNTY : nxeru'.or of Jliry Thoii.a. dcead. VMANDAO. KNO, a-s.-sted by h.TLiter."anl I JUvt *too4 .! ..'i
c- nnJ uihnc.Ms and brief life The 8ou'J-cat quarter im-1 eat half of south-west Jaina-y 1, is.1i. 52 .ItNotice. ELIZABETH AT WATER, llw!i Principal boTLvc ... wliw*-*
tlrw the who went to IJo>ton: aftcr a mainly depend
kiunded inIab1et are persons Tljere thousand hoprar.sice quarter of f F'-otiori ;o.r, tuwitJiip 2, range JJ, north OJM he lias now obtaLicd what he ILW fir ionic tii.ie pat mHEsiiscxiber, Administrntarentteesate (f fj
oursHves.
; the fugitives, William and l ilcn Crafts.Kniglit upon are \\ we.at.tlniiig! "4tI! u, re.'flii .. been cndoavorl:! to seemtlie: co-t>piratiou of sue h .L A.make llayivr.L late ft Ta'.hiw, u abacs tcs .
arrested and conmiiUed : errors day alter day, and \\ hose pervading -; tract i known by the name of th<3 Clear Ilam- \ LL crcilitord and If,. tfees arid perse na eniitlcd to 'caclwrs as will give a Lili character to the Fezaalatpirtnicnt a return rf isixdvont tLl ;ori. to the CenrtifTbeo .
to
that war was pris thought is, tlidt e\ervthing which i Ka nick, ei-t of Little lliver, anJ i< believed to bu equal 'V distribution: out' it! ilie estate of O--car Fillxaw, ) and afTurd every facility to You-i.*Ladie.* Frai. vr? Q' lo' not wish to te iacIC& Ira -i. .

attcflq4ed on. alie! and pleasing rar.not be Lurtf::!.- tomiy tobacco kind in thu onuity.Tliu decea-u-d, cl| (iadxion County, are lu-rciiy notilicd to jwrjuirc a thorou.a Iduc&'ion,both b the cs>!U and the lift, will remember to make payment ou or be&ra
The slothful man loves his lied the toper his v.c-it half of north-euxt quarter of section 7, that I their cUim aid; deuuiids will be bdirrd at I tneexpiraticii oiiuiu'jntal brandws. ThML s>e.s Eso are recoranicnle11 he first day of February ucxf. '4
tflhcaciousvolution A "FAST" COUXTV. The census taker of ; township 3, range 5, north aad west, containing SO ) ut tuojear.i Iroin the date It. ieof, unless I by gentlemen i>f the Iii liet authority. Tlie eiJerf vrr. V. ILSON. .
drink, because it throws him into an: exliilara- the same l>e exhibiud to the subscribers with that them iube f. l f"riiici- ,
i > *" acres 1:1: ji: >r cvcr years cagu.l; as Dec-ember IB. 1S50. 51 St
Carroll County, Georgia, reports to the Mcsscnger live and exquisite mood ; the gourmand makes Aho Ificfolloising!. in llic Tomi nf Tallahassee time; and all persons Laving any dL-ir.and- a ain-t: pal of a ilourl-liing School ui Merii| !u.s, Tonnes'-1, -

I <*very mind and Journal %&\\r .it Macon, a list ofno hi stomach his god ; and the sensualist thinks Norlh Addition and the said estate are aUo nut iiied to present them Kr vliere t-he giincd a high reputation &* an accoT.iplLhed Dissolution of Co-paftnsrsMp.
Qr.
rights of his So on an.lat Counly settlement without delir.' ail 1 successful TeacKT. Ti.ty will truet in all heretofore cxL between IL
impeiishable. we liiig
delights c.
ofiri. go co-partnership
than te the rjpIIE
less fifty-four s ?, jw- hits No 133 13'.*. OWEN FII.LYA\V, lth
'
OS. 99,102, 103, IT). ICO. he branches of an En cour-e, to etlier with Mu- JL her the "
last stumble and break down. \Vc II.JIayward & W. WiL-oa! tra line: r.u namo ;
i "!y variant duct of that county Georgia forever, and we Lots Nos. 10), 19, and 20, ia the Soutli half the JAMES FILLYAW, ic, Freutli,Drawing, raiiitin Embroidery, tc itc.- of W.Wilson& Co,wasdtoived on the 15thNoveuilKr .
c.n.1tyle
1 ont < Carroll County, in particular. iu the face how much are to blame. Hie above Lands rn'l Lotwill lie wild free of all Cadtieri l County January 4, 1S5I. .12 StSheriff's mont He will ba tiled by Mr. M. 31.CLA RF E, iuvl I Gnu y nuke an.l!
i # > tLo late are requested U payment;
ruly cvr- An hour solitude! .c-d in sincere and jicunitrancc.', and on the following term*:-Onetlardin such other asaianN as the want of the* Scluiol may tlu xriJ r.flcr
tLo--e
Population of Georgia. pa the accounts of i.iillng to >o a reafonable -
It h-the bal-U'.ca in one and two years, with good Sale. rcqiure. The Institution H fanii-'hed with an extenive bnr.tLf forcnl-
officer
earnest or the conflict with and conquest time l>& pt t in the nn
The Journal and Messenger contains n list, prayer i11.r.j notes and a lien on the IrIrty xui'il the B'i virtue of a writ of fieri facias, isued from the Philosophical, Chemical and Mathematical Apparatus I.s'tjop nude oiu the ca.-ib pried1de. -
subtle boson a* none were vxcepl
issomtion"It nearly complete, of the population of the different over a single passion or List 111tO is paid, with late-rest at dght r"r cent JKT Clerk's office of the Circidt Court fi-r the County ; this together with a well selected Library, and V.3LVILf50N.; rU

-volution"in sin, will teach us more of thought will more annum, from date 11. K. CALL of Leon, ili.lille Circuit of Florida wherein The Union ui extensive Cabinet of Minerals, containirvj a hire December 2 1S50. 51 3t

the! Counties in the State, from whkfc says effectually awaken the/on/fry, and form the January 11, isi. 1 U lank of Florida w plaintiff, and William S. Murray! iiinibt-r of specimens collected both in our own and in

con sti- ihatpaper, it will be seen that Georgia has increased habit reflection, than a j ear's study in the Administrator: of IJonj.iniin llagan, is defendant, "l furein countnes affords superior advantages to the Sed :, &C. t: :
for Groceries &c. have levied and will sale student in and serve to interest him in hU stti-
v R State tot schools without them.A upon, expose for before the science Large and complete assortment of Treeli Garden '
would L with astonishing rapidity, and that 1 UST received, at the new Store, Court House door, in the city of Tallahassee, on their (lieS A new Boardimj-Houw,con-idernbly ILrqer than A SL-etl, :
tI population will not fall far below one 2 i qrca.ksCo. Tran'ly, 1 box imperial Ten, legs 60 bushels River Oats, and !I
(c of course,) wild, or comes up of its own accord. T'e') 5 bbls. UoctU'Whifkey, 2! bbLs. Cranberries, the following descrilwd projwrty to wit: and retired part of the; town, for the accomnlodation I'luiiti.ig Poiatots, for sae' !l.i r

I KM N K J .sectiDn 15, in Tuwnahin 1, Range 2 N and E the Principal, who, besides paying every attention "
The Plank Road. nislake: quick recollections for thought, are 5 bigs ColS-e, 30 Ooshcn Cheese, jy Due. 23, lt>oO. 51 if. -
& '*! who 2 bbls. Cnished Sugar, 10 ks a Butter, containing 240 acres, more or les<. to the health, comfort, and moral of the Students -
unistrr tto We learn that a contract for constructing disposed lo admit ; but how much less than it 1 loire! MoLisscs 5 bbls. Dried A|>ple, Levied upon as the property of said defendant, and committed to Ids charge, will aLo also a.sL and direct lime. ';

tie first fifteen or sixteen miles of the Florida would be, had we not been born and bred ina 1 "' Syrup, 6 Peaches, to be sold to satisfy said writ"of fieri facias. them in their studies dnrimj the hours not occupied ,.
unit that in Christian and Protestant land few of A. A. FISHER Shcrift in School excrdias Board, including washiiuy, -p A Casks Thomaston Lune. fur oale by3IcNAU
and Georgia Plank Hoad from New Port intersecting very 4 J bis.Mackerel,Nal, 5 kegs Leaf Lard, Ju S
ORMOND.
( IIT & ,
boxes Claret lx aA.sorte l Candies Janu.uy,1851. 61-5w rill range at prices varying from$S to$10 permonth.Board ,
4 2
|ti .at of eovo- us are sufficiently aware. Truly may \ve, >xes ,
the St.; Augustine Uoad near the also bo obtained in several respectable Newport, Dec. 2 1850. 51 tf.
4 Ci with
exclaim the
LE oneStatetIft1CStZLte t Plantation of Mr. '1'. 1*. ChimEs, has been and thankfully ought we to 6 Va. Tobacco, 6 kegs Buckwheat Flour Seed Rye. families in the place. A brick Academy u also in

made with Mr. J. L. TOMPKIXS, and is to be psalmist : The entrance of thy words giveth 6 com, 3 tierces S. cured Ilam.s, 1 HO BUSHELS of Seed Rye, process of construction, and U expected to be ready Groderies, Fruits, &c. .

[ur.on that in- completed by the first day of January next ighth" ; giveth understanding even to the simple. 6 boxes Star Candles, 2 bbls. Butter Crackers, JL vl vF Just received from New York. for first the sessioh.reception of the School sometime during the TUST received per Schr. A. N. McKAY. from New1J
,
Ground ras broken on Monday on the thirteenth Soda Biscuit, tc. BERRY 4 ROWLES, Auctioneers, Ac. Orleans, and m store from other arrival, ,7
where
seciian cf the Road about thirty
tc Ac which be obtained
small advance for cadi The citizens of this place and see printed Catalogue, may
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ei> is Bujwrijrii workmen are plying the spade and axe in The Mancheslct (Eng.) Guardian bat the vicinity are respectfully invited to give me a call List of Letters by application toN. 5 5 barrels boxes Cheese-Whiskey., F.#

and does right good We believe this is the following : J. C. DAVIS. : IL STEWART, Principal. .
| > ''n, earnest. D EMAHnXG in the Poet Office at TalSJJA&icc on 2 Cocoa Nut*, .S
o thing of its first Hank Road commenced in Florida. Our Liverpool correspondent mentioned in January If. 1851. 1 Sentinel.Pig's XX the January, 1851. Quincy, December 2*, 1850. 51 5 Apple S e ,.1.e I

May it be soon followed by others.}Valul- his letter of Tuesday last, published in Ved.nesday's Feet. Ashley,L laler, John Co-partnersMp Notice. 6 boxes Lemons, S
couht, by cvhuliere la Titnet. Guardian instance of the Allen, LA JohusonGFAtwehl $ :kegs Grapes; ? )
import
an KEOS (very fine article)jnt received, an1 for the 15th of November Let, a limited co-part .
Pecan Nut
1
to the 2 Mws E J 3 Jatneison, Dr N A ON bag ,
of a cargo of cotton, originally destined' for I Mid lira- J. 3L WILLIAMS. Allen JefterconAlicraft JolmsonViu nership wa formed between WM. WILSON & Suat! Cured Hams, Coffee, Lard, Candles.Tobftrco .

|o ted, but its Plank Hoad. Spain. It will be seen by the following par.igrapi Jwinry 11, 1851. 1 J W 4 Johnson. B WM. IL VAN HORN, unJer the rame owl l style of <, for dale by A. E. RO(.. .

t-dc-ral GovI /4'Tbe railroad from Scc.ttelas in Auburn : copied from the London Morning Herald Leon Female B.iteJ Jackson, Tobias William Wilson it Co, for the purpose of trading in December 2S, 1850. 51 tf

New York, six miles in length, has been con- ofycbteiday, that the high price of cotton, Acadfefiiy.Trutcc Boaklcy, B Johnson, W LJonu Books, Stationery, and Fancy Goods, whilithey
I > LicJi it cn offer low for cash vr approved crciht.WILLIAM .
TIE < of the Leon Female
take
rp Academy LLOYD & PEFUINS'Dagterrean (
\"rte.I into a Plank Road, the farmers and and the repeal nf the navigation laws, are Jthis Byrd. (I W *, A II WILSON,
iiu-tlicx! of the that
'mid wrong- others finding it much convenient bringing cotton to this from infornuiig public they Baker, J MBradon 8 Ketchenrm, \'M. II. VAN HORN. Siy-light Gallery,
more a> country quarters hare opened the above Iintitutinn, umlcr the purxrinti'ntKiMUs Dr J A Key, Mrs Charlotte
I Jt the Fed- they can now travil on it any hour of the day whence we have nexcr had any before : of Vf. 1*. Ccxsivriuv, of South! Carolina, Bratdier, Rebecca Keu, iIrsFJKciuvid December 23, 1RSO. 51 :it Over E. Barnard'-s Druy Store. -

1 > complain or night Erchan r: J'aper." '. A vessel which arrived from Lisbon has which Institution will afford all the advantage* of nthoroipli Blair,JSRiatwright :!, Dr J A December 28, 1S50. 51 tf f

of of ; and refined education. We liojio to place it J BBrown xkh.irt J L Groceries. .
The above brought :327 packages cotton as a portion : '
l.f nay Iw rtv statement i is a very good illi1slrato3 on such n foiling as to obviate the n of sending Sale of Negroes. .
Iee41QIy Bob I/mncur Samlllyriok.
received Schr. McKAY, from New Or
her The vessel Rosa of France per
of arrived
the -
cargo. JUST
fl con&tltnho great utility of PJafik: Roads to our cluWren from homo to acquire knowledge. B N Cant J
a from has 2G9 bales of Bond, fly nrdir! of the Court of Probate of Leon County, 1't
xv is a a fanning or planting) community. Tho fact Algiers, brought Ttra jr Srstion of Fir Monllt. Bray, M S McMillan, Jas R 2300 poun-U SLoulJer, t)1 t th? undersigned will sell nt Herring' Store, in -r

in that little paragraph! is a practical case in cotton wool ; and the vessel Emily, from Mor. The Fir t Claw, in which will l be taught all! the higher IJH! J L 2 Mix ire, Mrs PcimyBurthott 4000 Clear Side, &;,,itt{ County, on Wednesday, flit 22J January nest,

C tons which1COflCCdOJ point, which every body can understand and rocco, has brought a cargo of cotton wool in branches of an EnglLJi Education, nice Latin and J A Myre Rus e1 50 bbls. 11oir. for cal, Iho: following Ne-trw*, namely : Patience 4, S

< is a stronger for their lai." flrek, if de ireil, f 25 00Srcortd Bctner, J E M >orc, W II 501)) lbs C argument general in- Cas-4p"lFng. Heading, OcTrrarhyf, Brcaion.IH Mcdford, Thomas 2 45 bbU Wl, kc.y, Hart, licccj id.
C rht tort hcait trojuctjou than a half a dozen pages of sfh. MARUIED. AritLinetic, En lNli; (jraniniar, Natural: I History Britt;Swukuua McGriife, W J 100 bushels Oats JAMF.3 L. HART, if

.3 to with* ti.tics. On the 2Cth P vmbrr, by K. S. Sliqwrd, Esq, Mr. Conipwition, Ancient und Modern His- Berry, IJOUMI Mashbuni, 3Ii.s S 20 ke White Leaf Lird. S JOHN S. HART a
l Nxl! R H Mardi, Mrs M BERRY i llOWLEa Auctioneers. Surviving Executor tUwin H rf. .
LEROY L. N01SL1J tu Muss LAURA McDONALD, tOry, llccitatii n*. 20 00 > < : -
!) 4 WhO op- The Xow York Herald fctatcs that by the
L nggrwvedTee last arrival from California,
ot op.4n I leper] has received private despatches of a OBITUAEY.iM mar, 15 00 lUrtktt,J B Moore 0 0JLjoro New Gooda.TI1E '3- York and Kentucky Rope, for sale- by s -
most Fourth ClaM-Spelling, Reading, Writing, 10 00 Brown, October ly, I>SO.) 'Jl F. 1 H.! FLACO.
taking important character, \\bichnduco the in thi* city, nt the residence of Us brother, ttt Slu
iicral! Go- wief that it is, and has been meditated, for Cholera, IL XL BROWN, formerly of St. Louis, Mo, French, lu 00BY Coleman, Win S irque R. II. Garub'e! a larjo addition to their Select School for Young ladies, Claincy." .

long time past, by some of the most influt'ntial but more recently of Tullaha<>!>e<>, Hnrivla.-San Fran- THE TRUSTEE Checver, W \fCaliway Neil Mrs Mary Stock of Uoods, cou.-Lstiiy L) part: of the following articles 1 IIE next sijfbiiHi of this Institution will eonlwciic, T '
,
certainscntatives- ciscoCal.( ) Journal of Commerce Nwfinbfr I 5. J A O'Neal, C B 2Casi iz I
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as and of that Jannnry II. 1851. 1 tf
leading men new State, to wi the first 3oii.ay! in Jamiorj1831.. Fcrpur- -
in, J 4 Oglcsbce, Than Sugars-brown, yclloV, crushed, granulated & leaf
tici-Jars Cuxnilar of the rnncf- :rpal
; organize an expedition of Americans and to fr A Regular Moeting of Plorida R. A. Notice Cooper. Rev TLo3 Prime, (G NPemberton C4JC5'-iti(), Laruyrn, fcoe printed ,JOSHUA or enquire VtYV*tV Vti**. t: j

tilt is incvi- proceed to that portion of Mexico known as & ', Chapter this c-vt-niug. Coiujuiiions sojouniing CIiaon, Jacob R M Chocolate-C M'OU tt Broma,
months after date hall lo the Judse November 23, If51. 4ff 6t fjIzcadyroIad3clothbg.
I Quincy,
apply
Dourer California, with the view of asking in the city arc united.J. SIX Cleveland, Mrs Susan 2 P stRBA'D W 4 Tens-black and green; :
exists Protte final
forGadsden seltle-!
Coutily for a .
p ion B. TAYLOR, Secretary. Cliaires Joseph Ponkr, KO Bread Pilot and i :
we of that Navy,
i eojile territory, in declaring their trent and fiom the estate ol Hardy .
discharge Shpard -
: > the most .3__ -- .Tmunry 11. 1 1.r>l. Drake J RDoeorcc Posse, B 0 Crackers-butter,wat r,lemon,toda,sugsr.t Bt ton
I&1u9eIulente ol! the central government, and ficrpaocil.! K. S. SMLPAUI{ ). Adm'r. J B IVppell, B Butti r-ln>t Gm New Ycrk.n -

I, pcrj>etrated afterwards socking incorporation with the republic c.50 Reward. (Jadden'cuntv, Jinnary 11. IS5I. I Cm Darocy,J Potter, Austin Cheese-cap s.go, pine-apple.Thi.. .tlairy&common, _II choice und well selected supply f-f of new do-

*10 Federal: ) in precise.ly the same manner ns the Notice. D.ivi*, ili3 Mary Kemiiigtluncraiiig 2 i
on the night cf the) fith instant from
American STOLEN n Devanu, Mks A 0 ] Mrs MaryKiclmrdH.nLIIN CanJIes aJaiaiuitiao and \ : i CIofK DoeAim, arvl Caf-Lmi-re Pants; Ben- '
adventurers in Texas acted. Tlie ,
,ging even the City HoU-1, n POCKET: F.OOlv, containing person*, creditors legatees, entitled lo 3isi- pure sperm '
I ALL J WEj'jt'S vcr, Clotli,and r.Isv\k-t Ovi-rcoats. Abo, Twteil Sack :; ,
Ilernud adds that this intelligence is derived : Notes, Account ant nienioraniLi of great value or otherwise inltn-sied in I he tate Edge, Soapn great variety,
1 Overcoats for
to rein Rl Kiclo-iK S an boys; wlich they are prepared to t ,
.Uon, from such to the owner, and to liim ( nly. Also, 'JiLi ot Aaron B. C. Scott, late of JeSIerson County, Florid Spicea-pir.iento, ginger; pepper, mace, nutmegs,
sources as place its reliance almost iliot. J B Rodgers, Dr L D cloves sell at priccvrhie'a will give atl ictiou to all who S-
theft- beyond doubt ((lA/I, wamisting jirincirn'Ilj/ IJilln (lives) upon the i, deri-aspd, aie hereby notified lo exhibit their > favrr iht-ni with calL
B lloLiidWUa a r
.. Evar: R -
Erscnees-a
ILink of SL Mar and dst) 11r4)Ib1yoiie bills claims and demands within IW i) .war* from this date great variety,
) cessiOn, $t the hank (If Charleton:; and ubo other(hiirgia upon lo the Msiinvdor the s.imcill be barred ; and Ft'rtnnc; Mr ell, J S Al-. tlg alniund-s rai ui.\ currants, citron, apples, December 14, 1850. 43 'jf
of all Slaafry Morrtnc.it in 'Vlic IIP41fly. all indebted Fclkcll AllertFiher 2 R..UTM., J dried apples, tried pea;lies ca'ulio-s! tcRiee .,
it Rtioa California.- All or neauly all iftho St. Mary's bi1J Jutso on the persona lo said decea d, are re4pIeted] oranges
it -iew
I tire that from m California state says that of the above reward will be given to any person who ALEXANDER SCOTT, Adm'r. Freeman, LFuircloth $ UIllr.4'U, G JT We have al o recruited our stuck of furniture, Lard j gaL4cin, Den&.ns i choice old Jamaica Rum, .. $'

tc parties to j in that many eapiusts \v ill funii-.li 'viduicc of the thief. Ajiplyat thwoflicc. Jefic-ravi County, Januaty II, 1S3I. I :'Jin A Smith,JLCni and hollow wares iln'- uovN, hats and saddles, and 42 2 u" Pale Sherry, ...' t*
Stile arc making a move for a Frier on, Mrs C EGabini Stow, MrsSellirr Sarah iuid it is now very complete.
January H, 18i1. 1 5 w 210"1 kegs rich Hserry Bounce, ''
dissolution.jl Change in the Constitution of California, to Notice. James C : r All of which we offer fur sale on the usual tcnnsMcNAUGIiT 2 20 HolIanJ (Uia, ; ,

:i Uio principle as to introduce African slavery. Executor's Sale of Negroes.I Ti,undersigned having m.6e some nc\v arrangeX Googc, IlobtGonier 8 Semj ile, James A ORMOND. CO boxes Cheese. ,,

ex- SHALL offi-r for pale,at public outcry, in the town men! in lus business, mjue.-ts all persons mdclilLd C W Sails, Rachel Newport, Dec 23, l&'GO. 51 tf. Id) kegs Buckwheat, ;; i (

ta: fullest Vcltcl Cloaks anti Sacks. 'Hie New York cif Quincy, GadMlcn County, l-lorida, on the lirat to cull and 9elll up.[ In future te wilt keep Gagor.DrCGMGuincs Spears, Henry 10 Butter: *< "- F I
edcralloreiafttlioac. ) in February next no books, but nell his roods t-xrlusivery for cash L C Seigler, E J W
"press The ladies Monday ( or Tallahassee High SchooL la) K>K Ilisttej an-1 Water Crackers, i
says: are wearing scarcely 'rtiirly-* tIie likely IVr ro Sluvrs, produce, and by so dtiing he will be able lo sell at Godfrey, Mrs Nancy Scott, Idaic 2 Pilot Bread, \ 1
I) of the pAT.L any tiling else this winter for outride gar'nents belonging to the chUto of ]kulicn 13. Uicks, deccadod, the lowest living prices, which, he promises to do, Guulrut.J H Smith, Simon THE exercises of this school will begin on Thursday 20 bn>bels live. i\ l

'l'bo f'cdC but velvet, and the style is certainly so late of Virginia. Tcniw of KXC-Casli. and requests hid old customers and others uniting to Green, G WGoff.JA 2 Tucker, E T P B 2d of January. The dina.tic! vear will U Jast received and for sale by S

neat and beautiful, that.nothingcould bo con- BUR WELL IL WILKES, buy low, lo give him a call. He has on hand a good Tucker, II divided! iiito four terms, each term couuuuuig eleven S. S. EXIGHi.Dfcomber .
teivod Executor of last \\111 and Testament.Quinry assortment cf Shoes, Hats, Cap*, Blankets, Cotton Graham, D M T11lUIZL'I, V'm weeks 7, 1S0. 43 .
lfithas not, more desirable. January 11, I8I. 1 is and Woollen Goods, &c., fcc., lor ianiily! and plantation Green, llrsIIen VanWyckDrCC 8 The Instructor feels no hesitation in paying that, by S
Uses.Janiaty1.. -
I riot the caU CVRIOL-S Ciuiwjc OK A JtDcE.1rom? an AUCTION. \S52AMOS\!:._ RICHARDSON.! IIaycThosIlyman Whitney, George with efficiency, the duties i>f LU colling, YTliifo wilL Fins Liquors.TUST .
cedipgStaL0I.tigcr article in Blackwood's Modern ON WEDNESDAY next, 15th instant,will be aold F. 2 Welsh, Kbby bo hU aim tu render the pupils thorough ia each recpivrd ar-d in store for ste loir far Cash, S S

Gov ctato frials Magazine on before our Store, Notice. IlarruMi, Dr "WHawkiiiA "WluUey, J VfVillknwon branch study tanghc in the school, palticular attention J 1 barrel old Teach Brandy, 5 sears old, of,extra .
aStates lIr. we get the following anecdote. 1 Negro Man, a first rate Coachman and TT having been rumored that the Madison Female Wm \ RebeccaHenderson. will be given to the Mathematical Department as quality, -S&S

(i but lam Fletcher' a Jud8 in Inland, in (he year House Servant. JL Seminary was about to break up, notice Is hereby .F Wrd; L P best calculated to discipline tha ralnd, and t. stor, il i barrel supeiior Cognhr, '
U''tats thus addressed and Irish jury in a trial (given ta all (hat the Fall and Winter Term for ISM Harrison, Col R Weedc. ).V)1 with valuable practical Knowledge. 4 old Jamaleaflum, '
1 Field Hand. 'l
urior to for murder occasioned in will begin, an adveitis>cd.on January 2d, and close Hutton, S \V eJlrf, Henry 3 For the eatis&iction of tho e wlio may de irc to obtain i Holland Gin. ?! ic"
,in 5ucbi men, it j U a duel. "Gentle- BERRY IIOWLES, Auctioneers. on the last Thutaday, in June. Hudson, J William. D further information relative to tt* character and; 1 4 Cask old P'rfWe, lj ; "

toP my business to lay down the law to January II, P5I. 1 It AladFton Female Seminary, Dee. 30, I&W. 2t Hall, Mrs Jams Wakon, J THawcs preparation, reference is made to the Faculty of the 14" .s Male in (It,.

i a monster C' and J Hf do so. When two people go AUCTION. Dr J E 3 Wilson, J BHawes University of North Carolina* or to on,* gentleman in 1 J berrel Pale Sherry dn. ,,
) of the coololawrpentfo- to fight a duel, and onu of them falls the For Sale. J R William*, B 0 Favettevule, North Carolina.Tu'fiou Peeenhr 21. 1tii "r>O J. C. DAVIS?. j I
WEDNESDAY the
15lh
Law 53 it ls And l tell ON instant, will bo sold be sold at Public Sale, on the first Tues- jrwin, JM White, Rev U 2 per term,will \xt ?6 50, $3 50, or 10 50, .
lnurder> bv law before Auction Room WILL
H you our i Persons for of the above letters Salt.
I* murder but in FCBHUAHY, in the city of Tallahassee % calling any depending upon the advancement of the student S
dnel I ; at the Bamo time, a fairer 1 Negro Woman' a first rate Field Hand. LOT number t U3) known as the property of Robert will please eay they are advertised.JIILE3. JESSE SMITH 4 Bushel Turk' Island Salt,for pale by 'k

flever heard of In my life" liie rris- BERRY: & ROWLES, Auctioneers. Daniel Terms made known on day cf sale. NASH, P. M. December 28, 1850, 51 tf 2 0'Jj McNAUGHT & ORMOND. ,

were of come immediately acquitted. January U, 1S5L 1 U Jtuuary 4, 1531i 6} t January 4,1 l's1. 62 *t Newport, Dec. 2?, 1850. Cl tt *






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: c.LIc! ) & Sountal. PERPETUITY. PRATORIUS, cgal 3State r 9 I New York
b
virtue of the vested in me by law, I I FULL ,
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-- BY [OF TiE LATE FIRM OF BULL fc PRATORIC',] A ailment Staple
"4 have levied upon and shall expose for sale, bEfore $100,000. rits, ing part of Co acd
PUBLISHED EVERY S.Tlrnn.Y'E.'nXG.. the Court House door, in the city of Tallahassee %9J T\7"OULD] inform hU friends and the public of Florida. Brown Shirting and Gle

; : ,on Ihe frt Monday in May next the followingproperty THE MUTUAL LIFE ISUAC CO. |rA 1"V that he has tke the store lately occupiedJLL.nyC.lL MADISON CIRCUIT COURT-IN CHANCERY. Bleached Ho. Sheeting r ,.

:' TEUMS : iruch thereof 8 will pay the State OF MJW YORK-NO. 3i ST., Blood. nn
TIt"pIIJoLL: RlIUrannum,1fpaidinadnnce. and County Tax due thereon for thi year 1E50, and Accumulated Fund, Nov. 1st, 1349 900- occupied by Bu(l'tuc where he will L plC,1t Martha",.Devalt, )> Bill (or Divorce. Wooden Buckets and Tub*,
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'.. :. TH&KK AND A MAur if paid within sis inontl.s. all incidental expenses, to wit: NET securely invested in Bonds and : attend t a'Mt of those may b William W. Devalt. > Fancy and Common Soap, "'
.t, Foua if not paid until the end of the All that tract parcel of land known as Forbes' Mortgageson dispnfcd patronize line of and
: DOLLVRI. year or this and h r bi Court. affi- Sperm Adamantine Ca'ndle.
real' estate in t city Brooklyn and stocks I He lias and TT appearing to the satisfaction of the by ,
i,i (tjThe te term* will be rigidly al'bere' to, and Purchase, within the limits of Leon County, con nf the State and City of New-York and UnitedSutea rfe\r Cloths ainl ,cwie 1 davil in this case filed, that William W. Devalt, Brown and Loaf Sugar,
les*, said to belong to of iimtre, "
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142,720 acres,more or l-lrttl .tltj" Nails
: Spanish
wilt be discontinued until taking Clzir ,
: no paper arrearages arepaid Government. Fancy alto the Defendant in this cause resides beyond tbe juris- aborted Can,?'
unless at the option ut the publishers. Subscribers the Apalachicola Laud McRAENY This fund is rapidly increasing a,widely extended GooJ.; a gtneral auorflu'll of diction of this Court, and oUt if the Stale of Florida Rio, Lara and Java Cnffe.. "'
.\ 'I will be received (or three months at One Company.i. and prospeions business. RE A D Y-JfADE CL 0 T1IIXG, but insomeotherpattof the United Stales: 'On baud-A.supply Kentuckj flajflz

44 I Dlhfix months at :$1 50. F.vcry: order lor the Tax Colect Lon County. I The Company declared dividend. of profits of fif AH of which, I flatter mysdC a equal in style and Jti, Orfttd. That the said William W. Devalldo R"pf. Four, Bacon H-re.- !uar.r e n BaT. '
44 t tc
out of tin* mu.t be with November 9, 1850. all policies 31st and a* ch'ap, that will said of within Lard, & JOHN
/ paper: county accompanied !).two( percent on existing on the quality quite as any other b appear aO\\er Bi Complaint .-. MCDOCLI,
.: 1 t he cash, unless the order comes through any of our Tax Collector's Sale. of Januay.1SJI. fuuJ this market He will give particular three months*'or said( Bill be taken pro eanfetso Orrot.r :. 1S (). 39 I IRi

regularly authorized agent in the State. the Profits divided tie Insured. iort t bis business, and merit a liberalwtroriage against said and that the cause be *et for
All are among ioIO
1. virtue of the power vested in me by law, I from hop.Lu w Dfendant. March -
Term osaidtouitin
BY
shall\ expose for sale) before the CourlHouse at The premiums'are pa}able in cash ann.iallyseml- th 46 hearing thenet Ofce' ) 1

It ADVEKTISEMKXTS Quincy in the County of Gadsden, on the second annually, or quarterly interest being added on the No\emL'r 23,1850.. t nest'lAnd: it is Ordered. this Order be BY Resolution or the Boaid. M DiretI ;,
further
Will inserted al the rate of OneDollarpersquarewf Monday). of April next", the following described pro. deferred payments.The Tat transportation on the it nr. .j
in this
tivclve 1 i'Isl for the firM,and filty cents fo each pettyor so much thereof as will pay the State and i cash principle adopted by this Company secures Madison Female Seminary. published in some public newspaper printed I duced to 12 J cent for one hundred w iM el1 re.

nu'ne<|ticnt in:?rtiln. A reasonable deduction County Tax due thereon for the year 1S50, and the to the parties (or whose benefit the InSUaues: nextTer' of tliis Institution will begin o the Slate once a week for three in the months and that Com effect from the first day of November, J8Jto!: 'lk. J

4 xvillbc made onlfgal noticeses! tatenotice. ",}early necessary expenses incident thereto, to wit: are effected, the whole of the advantages without THE ; in January nest, uiJ close on the plainant take testimony THOMAS BALTZELL came. Lime CementSlate, lay. Brick S ..
'
notices without alteration, by persons having I The w'hol of what i is called Forb '' Purchase" subjecting them to the heavy draback of accumulated IThur-day i in Juno. Judge. buiUinsr.olher than onefOT

*'' regular accounts with the office. I lyinn in CJadsden, Countyor so much thereof as will premium notes. new building; is erected, anti l will be put In com- October 16, IS50. On Oats and Corn five cents per bushel
Tlc Atlest,
4 f t All announcements of candidates for office, FIVE pay the Tax aforesaid, bounded on the Eas t bv the Persons may effect insurance on their own hires order for the reception: of pupil 'f"r the!! lie- A true copy- C. L. CARRUTH Clerk. Storage of 64 cent p r sack oa Salt ,

\ Jjj HOLLAR*-invariably in advance. No attention Ocklocknee Riverand on the West by the Apalachicola and I Ihe lives of ot hers. A married women can insure inin'of next Term. With this: additional buiWinjr M. A. CARRUTH, D. C. will hereafter be charged. peronti,
willb paid to an order for anuouncementunlessaccompanied River. HUGH o. MCLEAN the life of her husband t the benefits of whichare p i is prepared ty accommodate a large By In consideration of the redaction Of :
) I December 7. 1S5 4S 3m
4-. with the cash. I Tax Collector for Gads len County. :secured by law for the exclusive use of herself or number of pupil Company will not hold Ihernwlvts.s respo1\y tn' {

All religious, murage. and obituary notices pub- : October J 12, IS50. 40 Cm children.Clergmenand. Rates of Tuition are the same as heretofore. For State of Florida. damage to .Llme or Hay. Consignees wilt, !rrr j

,. lijhed grt I ; editorial notices fur private all oh hers dependent upon salaries articular*, fee Circular or C.italoijiie.Jniar'1 themselves in rtdlne to remove the last nauru Ji1'11

: benefit,will be charged: advertisements.jon Tax Collector's Sale. arespecially i invited t avail t themselves of a reonCf ) may IK- had in private familic* In the tow INLEOCmCUTCOURT-JN ATTACHMENT. tides upon di chanre of the cars, a.* for ?are

tue of the power vested in me by law, I whereby their surviving families maybe secured from *8 to 10 j>er month, (exclaive of wa-liinij all John W. Argyle, 1 Aasnmpsit.Protection them I their hazardous in their Warehouse.nat ore.ne Company will nonT'-ree"' *.' I
I BY Iron the evils of .
WORK. penury. Board in the '
M of
s. for sale before the Court House at ) In-titutiln. 1. to
ecu-i.e ligl um
"
I
!
We well to execute Job Work,such in expose the of Gad4den, onthe Pamphlets explanatory of the principles of Mutual and washing, H $10 montkJ Insurance Company of JJJ THOMAS J. PERKJ ,
.
are Quincy, County
: prep.rcd scon. Life Insurance, and its advantage-- p'r New J S7G 2,1<50.BERRY. 43 ,
,
bills,cards, blanks,pamphlets,&.C.,with neatness Monday in April next,the following described pro illustrating be' Young a with forms of application, may obtained at the defendant and all others interested here-
and de I'ath. All wotk of this much thereof Ihe State and furnish their own bedding, are
desripton. -ityorso as wi pay office of the Company, 3:Wall st., or of any of its rom furiture. l'l. (c TiE notified of the institution ol the above suit &ROWLES i
except 'for persons having yearly County Tax due thereon for year 1650 and the IRE Jnttionerrs and Commission .
the office, rnut be paid fr: on deli very. necessary incident thereto, to wit : agents. President Boar of Trtes by attachment and are required to appear at the : Jrrrhut ad J
Six hundred expenses and forty acres of land lying on TRUSTEES. II. Z. ARDW, Secretary. next Term of Leon Circuit Court and plead to the Cotton Broken. j

r.. Rock Creekpurportngto.elong! to L.S. Calli-i.cr Jos. D. Collins, David C. Golden, November 231850. 46 tf declaration filed in said cause. IIANKFUL for I the favor TOWLE & MYERS, Wm. J. Alfred Edwards ARCHER COF.LEY T pahean, ,,J
,
Hvslop,
so much thereof as will pay the Tax aforesaid.: & having flattered I themselves! that they ; -
',' Watchmakers and Jewellers, HUGH 0. Me LEAN, R. H. .lcCurdWm.. Bet!, The Madison Male Academy. Attornys for Plaintiff.Decemher2l.lS'iO. factlfn to their patronsagain offer their..gate.ni;( ** ;

'-., procured the service Tax Collector for Gadsden County. Fred. S. Winston, Joseph Blunt, next Term thislnstilution will commence 5 :mIn COTTON DROKER. They wi attend to t the Ai' ;I

rf.: HAVING ALLEN, formerly offcl October 12, 1S30. 40 6m C. W. Faber, Isaac G.Wells Pearson, THE the second Monday in January next, under Chancery-Madison County.BILL of and ge the highe, :
John P. Yelverlon Henry ,
I his city,they are now prepared to Ihe direction of Mr. Villepiegue, a graduate of South that the m.kt will allow,a make ,
-I execute all woik in the above line,with promptness' Tax Colector's Sale. Theo. Sedgwick, Wm. Mooie. Carolina College,and terminate on the first Monday FOR DIVORCE. of the same. Always on the spot, prcmpt refur >

"I and in the most satisfactory manner. To our friends y virtue of power \tfd in me by law, I Stary B. Collins, Zebedee Cook, in June. The rates of Tuition will be aa follows: Silzs Cason next friend of Susan Murphy, to lake every advantage of the flnctn'ations of (II* '

at i distance, an early attention to all woik whi h"Ui B sha1 expose for sale, before thu Court House at John H. Swift, Jona.David Miller A. Pir.4 Cla.n-Spelling, Reading, Writing, Arithmetic 16.Arnold market. Their charge-.wi be 1 follow, ,
IIA fnrivvrrlml la u*. will h. given.TOWLE ( In the County of Gadsden on the second Johr. Wadsvvorth, Cornsfock' ,and Geography per session Murphy. For sale of 12 bales or les. 50 centi baT. i
MYERS. of nextthe :S. M. Cornfl. Robert Shuj ler, Second Claxs $O the affidavit of the Solicitor in the above 25 l' 40. pe
& Monday ) April ful"windecribed property -Embracing the above with UPON t
September 2S. 1S-10. 3S t If or so much thereof a pay and Gouv. 1. James Chambers, English Grammar I History I Composition' that Arnold Murphy respondent in said I 4Q 44 O. t. \
John L. Joseph Tuckerman suit has removed and still is the limits of
-
Pruyn
beyond
,
Over 40" -
County Taxes due thereon from 1S45 to ISO inclusive and Exercises in Reading, Elocution&C 12 25. H
Towle &, Myers, Fred.Whittlesey, Moses II. 0 the Stateof Florida : BERRY
and the incident thereto, to Grinnel Third Clais-Embracing the & V
expenses necessary parts
necessary
on hand and aie now receiving,a new and : wit : Charles Ely, Wm. J. of I the above with Mathematics, Algebra, // is Ordered, That said Arnold Murphy do appear New Building.lain ROWLE. 'I
HAVE[ of GOODS of John C. Cruger, Eugene Dutilh, and answer or demur to said Bill within three Septernberl4lSO. 36
assortment consisting Two hundred and forty acres of land in Gadsden Geometryand Natural rhiloso hy.per ses. 15 6m .
GoM Lever Watches Walter Joy Francis S. Lalhrop, Fourth Class The 0' months from this date, or said Bilvi betaken pro
Hunting County purporting to belong to Robert Jirnerson Classical I Department I, -
H""t Anchor Lever do (. Alfred Pelt, J.O. Thatcher. the confesso, and that a hearing at the Coopers Coopers !!!
so much thereof as will pay the Tava aroreaid.I ly.ingouF'Iat embracing t foregoing with LatinGreek, Cooper! 1
Silver Lever Hunting do Creek. O. McLEAN, JOSEPH B. COLLINS, Present. &. per session, 20 nest term of sail; Courtif : HHE sub"cribr.now offer for ste a new and
Silver Anchor Lever do Tax I VGI Gadsden County. ISAAC A ATT, Secretary.JOS. The( price of Tuition to be paid i ic advance. 0 i.. further Ordered, Thai publication' hereof be _L pl.tf 3'Ortment of Coopers Tools, fonjisiiiJof ,

Lapine and common do October 12, 1S50. 4) Gm BLUNT, Corm.elm'. The attention of and guardians desirous made in some newspaper published in Florida for Coopers i\I7-S.! Stock Howells, B'

I Gentlemen's and L..lies'ooom Pin1,a general assortment 4- \HS B. G.UII:, Ag't., Tallahassee. of placing their parent or wards at School where the space and time of three months. Levelers Crows, Wood Stocked, Hoeln ,,and ",

of Ear and finger Rings, Gold Guards and Tax Collector's Sale. January: l 15:0. 2yCOTTON they may be predared to enter' College and when THOMAS BALTZELL, Judge.A Iron Brace, Chamjermg. Howelling Hollowing,

.: Key'I. Fob and Vert Chains, Seals. Gold and Silver virtue of the power vested in me by law, I r GINS (the best guarantees of health are offered, is partial C. L CARRVTH.true copy-Attest Clerk. Hoop, Headn: Stave Knives, "'
)' !,GIld Pens.Gold and Silver Spectacles!, Gold BY expose for sale before the Court Home at larly invited. Boardon the most reasonable terms, October J 10. S50. 41 BETTON &HfGGil(

Sleeve, Collar and' Bosom Buttons, Silver, Pearl, and Quincy, in the County of Gadsden, on the second in excellent families,can be obtained. December 21, IS.'XL t 3m vi

1 Shel Card' Cases Gold and Silver Thimbles, fine Monday of April next, the following described property JESSE II. WATSON, 11. Z. ARDIS, Middle Circuit. Notice. i
Silver and UuHalo Combs. President Board creditor, legatees? entitled
I or so much thereof as will pay the State and of Trustees. ALL persons In fit.
AN J, French Mintle Clocks Table Knives, Te County Tax due thereon for the year 1S5'J' and the G: :UXII''CTIRER, JOHN S. Bnoojirc, Secietary LEON COUNTY EQUITY. or otherwise interested in l6entilof ,, j

Tray, Putcd and Silver Ware, Silver Table and TeaJtyojiH necessary expenses incident thereto, to wit : Palmyra, Lee County Georgia, December 21. I&.'>0. 50 4t Tallahassee Rail Road Company Complainant, Robert Spence, late of Jefferson unll..loida, I,:

) Plated : Foik', Cr-am ali Soup La. Seven and ot r*. deceased,are hereby nohfe to Ihel ,
jOrl. hundrel fifty. acres : king on inform his friends and the public :
J.:1r. cal
<.i<>!, 1'lited % !, Tea.Sets, CJstoro, Candle- Crooked to belong to Ar'niiatcad WOULD! that he continues the above business gene at Pure Sulphate of Quinine.rl'IIE Richard Hayward, George K. Walker Union Bank! and demands -ilhin 0 yea from this dale .

clicks S,In J.lnp.; Silver and Gilt Girandoles. and Raney. lurportli his old stand, where he be happy to supply t them subscribers have on hand two hundred and of Florida Rurbutt R. Betton, and Elijah White undersigned or the ame will be harmed; arda ill: ,
Also (file d" '!! :> Guns, Shot and Game wi indebted to the said deceased, '
tftll.d Defendants. persona are
HUGH 0. McLEAN, with a first rate As an evidence of the ounces 01 Sulphateof' Quininewhich the req1est
\ Big*, and Fl.uk lle pocki-t Kli'eo. POI te Monnio*., Tax Collector fo Gadsden.County. quality of his work, he would state that out of the have obtained direct from the manufacturers, and IT appearing from theallegatbnsof Complainant' to make immediate payment.

I l'4r Folios, \ ,?, Clarotiets, and Flutes, line Razor1 October 12, IS-IO. 40 Cm large ;number sold hhim the past year, not one has they will warrant it to be a 'upori(r article. Bl, which are verified b} afdit. that Defen- JAMES R. TUCKER Slerf
!, Si rops, itc.Beit ---. We have White is not a o Ihe State or of Jefferson Count? and ex .
----- faih'! to perfect satisfaction-and would a' rH- enlarged our stock of Drugs and Medicines Elijih fr.
i quality and general snrtment of Perfumery, Jefferson County Tax Collector's Sale. rive Florida but resides in the State of thaI Jefferson County, Octuber 5, 1S3Q. 3m
,. TOWLE MYERS! erenre, give i name of any one who has one of his I by recent an ivatf,and are prepared to execute Georgia so I ,
& &
.C.. .C. & BY vntueof authority vested in me bylaw, I shall Gins in inc. lie ii intending to chisestablUh, orders lor articles in our line,at wholesale or retail he cannot be served with process of s'ibpojna : Notice. ::
2S, 1 1S") S I
.Seplemccr : expose fo sale, before the Court House door, inMonticello. ment considerably' this year by whch: means lie will on the most accommodating terms. // is thereupon Ordered, That Defendant Elijah

CARRIAGE Jefferson County on thc first Monday in be enabled to till orders (which last year he was unable We have also a few account yet due! to U!forth t White, plead answer or demur to this Bil. on or ,: ALL personsci-editors.and legatee, entitled :,

REPOSITORY, May next, Section, Township I. Range: 5Southmd to do, ) with Gins, if possible"uperior any ever year 1S49.. They are enera1y in small amounts before the first Monday in April next, peril or otherwise irtruh.d in the"
BY MILLER & BROKAW, ":3t. or so much thereof as will pay and satisfy manufactured, in S"uthwesttrG or i3. He thinks I but if the whole could shorty. it would go of having aid Bill taken for confe>!ed, and an to tate of James Moore,late of Jefer! Maria Talifaro's double him set do-vn for hearing ex parte: Provided, Thai I rida, deceased, are hereby exhibit 'btir
far towards
{l7alltJls'te. Florida. Taxes due the Stale and that every year's experience enables him to make a l1luidating certain we owe. I notifed:8 .:
k; subscribes! would inform iheii County, amounting to $15 S.,besides costs and char little better article. LEWIS &AMES. a copy of this Order be published for four months. claim!and demands within tears from tfcii datt ;

1'IE and the public in general ges. Said Lands are situated in the said County ol Beinga PraCt icalmeclianic,and withal,determiner, I JuneS, 1S50. 22 one.a week consecutively i in one of the newspapers to the underignr.or the same will be barred; and
Jefferson and known in the city of Tallahassee. all persons to the said deceased, are requested .
that they are a large supply as the Harbour Hill Tract. that none but Gins ol the very first classhallbemanufaclured published
receiving : CITY HOTEL, THOMAS[ BALTZELL, ., to make immediate pavmenf.
ot t Carriages and flci it'S, which they otici JOHN WOOTEN, in his shop,he feels in'warranting them I Judge. '
JAMES R.
Tax Collector for Jefferson County. to to tht> satisfaction of the He FLORIDA. November 5, 1S50. TLCKER. Sberif
for sale the most rea.ouable Person operate purchaser. TALLAHASSEE
S
ttrls. of Jefferson .
November 2, Ib50. 43 f.m will deliver them free of charge to purchasers at has A true copy from Minutes of C urt. County ant i
wishing to buy, are requested to and examine passed
THIS wel knocitalJ"ment Jefferson October .
cal -- -- ---- ---- --- heir OSCAR A. MYF.RS Clerk. County. 393m
their stork. October 10. ). ( plantations.All
41 as -- -- -- ---
; Jefferson Tax Collector's | : undersigned pro-
County Sale. made with his M. A. LONG Solicitor (for Complainant.
travelling Asents,
engagements p prietor,by vrhorn it will be kept a0 a Boarding Valuable Lands for Sale. .
Tax Collector's Sale. BY virtue of authority veMcd in me by law I shall or orders to the Proprietor at Palmyra, shall be Hiiusc and I House of Entertainment in connectionwith November 9.1 S5U. 44 4m
lot sde before the Court House door in promptly attended to. the WILL b sold at public auction, in Quincy m
B\ virtue of the power vested in me by law, I Monticello,Jefferson Countyon the first Monday in Repairing: properly d'ne in the most durable will Planter't lie Hotel.both HU personal superintendence Jefferson Circuit Court.IN .", the 6th day January, 1651,hn _
fjiven to c.tab1ishmcnta---at
have lev ted upon,and \il expose to sale before February next, the West i'of Section 7,.in Township either tracts of Land belonging to the estate ot Reuben B. ,I,
manner.
the Court liuiiM door, in town of Madison of which travellers and boarders will find bill of fare CHANCERY.
on J.ot Range 5North and East or much thereof 1 Hicks deceased. "
so CC5 He is also Agent for the sale of Chapman
the first t Monda\! \ of wune next, at the usual hours ol 1 of the 11-1 that the market and neighborhood afford for end Dintribittion.Excctors One j is in Calhnnn the
as will pay and satisfy W. H. Armistead's Taxes Randall's & Co.'s CAST IRON HORSE POWERSU- wl Bi Injunction trac county on I Apalacbi- ;
nnd will .
receive
( .Ie. tu the hi he-t bidder, the lolloning described due the State and County, amounting to 85 3.1}, besides GAR MILLS Southwestern and Florida ; every attention that comfort of William Goodman Complainants cola Ri vtr. a few miles below Blosof's Town, and "I
Georgia 1 and
tr 1 l.and.Iing and. being in the County of Madison, co-ts and charges. Said Lands: are situated in Contracts can be made wilh my Travelling Agents. rll'crcnr.111 requires The proprietor vs. contains nearly 2000 acre!of Land. ltssa '
enls
Florida, liz: the aid County of Any information wanted with regard to the cost and ap[> to liberality public for such a rfiare E.ea Dasher Sarah Waters Green R. Slater, Margaret that there are from three to four bandredacresaf :t
". The S E i of the N E I of Sec 20,T 1, R C, S and Jefferson.JOHN WOOTEN, operation of these mills, can he obtained by addressing of patn nj
H, as the Property of J. S. Patterson, to pay the Tax Collector for Jefferson County. me at Palmvra, Lee Countv,Georgia. J"1 of netting tables as suffer by conipari- E M. Slater John G. Sbter William Slater. mock and from JIO to 1200 acres of the riciest ,
: tnel and rests due on same for the years 1S45. '46, November ISIO. 43 3m March 30,1550. 12 on wit none other*, and keep such Ctabli.lact John Goodman,and William Goodman Ellenwoodand cane-brake or low grounds. 400 acres, ;<
47, -S. '4t 1. and '.il 1). ----- ly of the Capital of the Stte. Spain Defendants. or thereabouts are now open for cnlti ration. H

Tne N i of the N W J fSec2G'T1R5for CITY COTTONVEIGHR.. S. LANIER appearing to the satisfaction of this Couit by The improvment consist of a dwelling-hoc I

taxes &.c., due (ion. Ibl5 to lS."jij.Also THE WEIGIER. New Goods. NovemlxT 23, 180. 4ft tfPLANTERS' IT .) made in this caoe that the said Defendants with rooms, some twelve or foot teen excellent "

,the E 4 N E 4 &c 11, and WiN i W 4 Sr the Cily Tallahasse, having OPENING a large and carefully selected stock of ,wilh the exception of William Goodman El- negro cabins, a sugar mill and fixture, and oiler

., 12, T 1, R 9, X and E, purporting to beloll to from the North with two pair of Scales, manufactured 1'rilania; and Bright Metal Ware HOTEL lenwood, I tesideout of the State of Florida beyond necessary ontbuildings, all new and in good repair. 'I

Underwood, for taeadue thereon Irom ;to 1SOU ailjmtcd and certified &!/ the Inspector oj consigns in part of Tea and Coffee Pots, French BY Ihe jurisdiction of this Court, l hut in the United The "plantation has been newly fenced inandiii. ,, .
S. -
t THOMAS M. AND HSON, Scales and 1reifs of the Jftto York Custom Coffee Filterers, Pitchers, Candle Sticks of different M. IANIER. States' : vided into four shifts. There is one field of 120 a-

Sheriff and ex olIjl Tax Co. Home, is now prepared to received and weigh any qualities,Jelly louls. Glass Lanterns, Cake E jesCannisters TN ,retiring from the Planter's HotelI take i It is therefore Ordered, That the said Defendants crt now in sugar cane ol fine, luxuriant growth, ;1

November 30, 1&:0. 47 Cm Cjtion. brought to thu Market.. He will attend at and a variety of other articles, which ;; -; J- great pleasure in recommending to the Eseza Dasher Sarah Waters. Green R Slater, Marearet planted mostly within the present and J last Inr- ,il

1'A. the Depot or at any paCe! within the limits: cf' the they otTer for sale on reasonable terms. A public Mr. S M. LANIER,a gentleman having Frances Slater,Jane Elizabeth Slater harriet The purchaser might safely calculate on mifcinj 4

B. CLAK Cityal I the shortest not ice. In conjunction with the Also, on Irand a full and tnQive stock of Tin the benefit of experience and popularity in con- E M. Slater John G. Slater William Slater, and from 500 to 1200 barrels syrup from theratooo :,3

'" 4 (FORMERLY CL.RKF&I'CLLMAN,) Cotton weighing he has a large yard i in the rear of Ware of every description, tnauufaeturcd here by ducting a public home,and who I am well assured John 'Goedman, and Spain appear and answer the i in t this field another }ar. Cotton, Tobacco and ':
Messrs.l KI ItKSEY and WI LLI AMS' STORE.S where good \\workmen and at fair prices. Corn can also be cultivated moat successfully.
vjj TTAVIN'G purchased the interest of Mr. will not fail to give the most entire sali 'action lo of Complaint filed in this cause within four
t- .9JLJ.. Slilltran in their old business, can be he will receive COTTON FOR WEIGHING OR ON Lead Pipe, Sheet Lead Copper Zinc and Cistern my old patronsand other who may call upon him. nil from the date of the publication of this Or- Competent judges pronounce this to be the best

,_ f-J. found at their old stand on Monroe street STORAGE. The subscriber's strict attention and Pumps for sale. Tin, Roofing, Gutcring. and Job A.. A. FISHER. der.or the said Bill will be taken for confessed against tract of Lana on the Apalachicola River. Pemu

where he will receive in a lew days from New York experience for Ihe last three years at the Depot Work executed faithfully and wit det-patch. November 1S.fl. 44 them. desiring more in forma tio.t are referred to Hotfoots

one of the most complete a ioit melt ot Headymide will, he hopes bring him the cu.lor of the Ilantfrl T. WHITE &CO. jlnd it it further Ordered, That publication of Muse, ol Quincy Rev. Jesse Coe of Jackson coun

Clothing and Gentleinen't Fancy Goo'ili; and Merchants:generally. Office in the September 21 1, 1 1S.'iO. 37 t Carriages, Buggies, Saddles. Harness, &c. thi.:Order be made in some newspaper published at ty. near Ohesee. Roll. S. Hardaway, Columbia, .

ever off-red in this market. Also, a general assortment KillstJ'I stoic, where subscriber may be found at -- --- Tallahassee once week lor I he space of four months Ga., on the premises t e.ob

of French Kn lis and Jelian Cloths, al Notice. D. E. HULL, THOMAS BALJZELL Judge.A scriber, near Diamond Grove,Brunswick,Ta. ,

Black and Pant. Dtt"f'll. and C,7Sllr.; Black CHARLES' A. X.\SI subscriber having fitted the TANERY '2 4 T his CARRIAGE REPOSITORY, true cony-Attest, Theother tract of Land is in Gadsden count J.9 )

m.'f % Stl. Satil. Cal1Inert. and I'tvitlrestiiig Cily Cotton THE this place known as Baker's; up Tan ard. has ( .. L-iL Bntlcts Brick Building offer for C. G. FIFE, Clerk. miles 9outb-ea-from Quincyon 1 theTaIabvtrOt<

., i is prepared to manufacture at September 21, 1S50. 37 IINotice. now on hand and will keep all kinds of LEATHERfor : : 4 _sale l !lee _Er! nll.! four-seat ROCKAWAYS. November 1 S:, 44 4m having Wm.-- Jackson's tract on <.
d
Ihe t-hoite notice and in the most approved stjle.t sale' ; and will have fine BOOTS and SHOES a fpll'uditlot of lUOfHF. with or without man &Muses on southand contains SWtctes. ,
The ] In Leon Circuit Court. The sea island Cotton grows finely on this Land.T.rnOne.fourth '
1 community generally are respectlully requested mad to older. ilehason hand superior article of tops four \ one seeoiitl-hiauiL
to call and examine ray slock! before purchasing el.c. THE firm of Nash & Taylor is this day i'isolved i doubled-,oled NEGRO SHOES. He would here return Rockaway, with harness complete which will be bold IN CHANCERY.James of the purchase money will
where. TallahasseeOctober 12, IS.W. 40 mutualconsent. Those indebted will do us b(required in cab. and a credit of one, |twoadthree f
the settle his thanks to the citizens of Gadsden and the very M. Hunter Administrator of Archibald R. '
pleasure to .
a soon as possible.M. Ilw.AL'O S years \"i be given for the balancethe purchaser -
NASH. adjoining Counties: fur their past patronage and say Hunter,deceased, executing bonds with approved stni'tfjM
Cash Advances. October 1, IbOO. J. L. TAYLOR.The to them that he will continue to manufacture: Leather At the OLD STAND, Ph 'nix Building vs. the bonds carrying intf?
THE undersigned will make liberal cash advances Boots, and Shoes, at hit old stand in Gadsden SaddleBridles. and Martingales of a va- William Barney and others, creditors of said estate. BURWELL B.

0 shipments of Colloil, cau"igncd to J. L. business hereafter will be conducted under : County near Qninry. He will be glad at all times 2.11. ri.ty of styles; Harness of all descriptions; IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court bj Executor of Reuben B. Hick.WILK dets
Smalhvood, New York. exchange any of the aboveatticles for Oak Bark Aids Dash Frann affidavit.that William Burney, Leonidas Willey. November
the firm of NASH &. CO who respectfully' Springs Hubs Carriage Trim- 9, 1S50. 4. S
S\1ALLWOOD. GIBSON HARRIS. "Jlii Hides, crippled negro bobs, or his own McClure.and Thomas J.J.Hardie -
s abhareof the patronage of the citizens paper. filings and Shoe Bindings: ; Trunks, Carpet Yali- I Henry Clark Mary
Qotnt, November 2, IS.jtt. 43 4m They expect to keep oo hand a general generaly. o Good Boot and Shoe makers, of steady habits, Klire_ .,(c together with other Bags required and Simon Taylor.Defendants in the above case,reside To Planters.
a
employment. the limits of the State of Florida, but
of Good Medicines and such other articles are n his line beyond undersigned have received their Fall
Ready-made Clothing and Saddlery. generally kept in their line of business. \vII.. McMILLAN.TallahasseeFebruary2,15z0. N. II. Repairing done with d ptch within the limits of the United States : THE ol Plantation just Goods, which they offer

rcciv.d per Bark Mora from New York, a October :, IS0. 39 NASH &CO. ly November 23, 1850.) i It 1 Ordered, That said Defendants appear before and for sale on accommodating terms, consisting in part
JUST and Sad'dlery answer the Bill filed in this cause, on or the
supply of ltf.ly.1ade Clut1" New Stoves. Notice. first in next otherwise the Com of the following:
Southern Mutual Life Insurance Monday February i
which are public on the most Company Duffil, Mackinaw and Grey.
reasonable terms.ofere HEIR &RUST. JUST receiving from New York Cooking, Parlor A ii lXTILLIesoldat public' outcry at of Louisiana. plainant's BishaJ be taken pro eonfesso: Provided Blankt.-London.\ 0,1 heavy.
od
October 12, IS-IO. 40 Air Tight Stoves ol the most approved pat t VV Columbus, Columbia County, : l hiceui appointed Agent for the above Com A copy Order be published once a week Kerseys Plains-al ab i ngtori striped and Goorgia.tinsey .

terns and latest styles. Call and Examine them.T. __._'_ _; sKft Flotda, on the first Monday in Jan. HAVING pany, deeming it unnecessary to diW'iua the' for four months preceding the said first Monday in -fancy pltids and plain colors.
WHITE CO. I next, the well known steamer GLASGOW.- February next in some newspaper printed and pub flannel*.
& nary mjtortance and advantage of the mutual insurance Cotton osnuaburgs,brown shirtings,prints
._ Notce. lished in the Middle Circuit of the State of Florida.
September, lSr 0
/ 37 This Boat has been the hatglfld
wool
I running on the Suwannee for iruiciple, would solicit the consideration handkerchiefs,shawls, negro caps and
I months from ,Executor re"pcful. Given Chambers, thisSlh September, 1S50.
: last two draws 17 inches and feet Cinches at : RUST.
., SIX the last will and testament of Uz THE TRUE MEDICINAL years lJht. 2 if the citizens of and vicinity. Any information THOMAS BALTZELL, Judge.A a large stock of rnwetts. HEIR t
Wilams. when loaded and ill
w three to five relative obtained October 26 lisSO. 42 .
to ,
deceased, late of Gadsden County, will COD LIVER OIL hundred bales of Cotton Her Engines and Boilersare subscriber. it can b by calling on the true copy-Attest.

Jud
I and settlement up from said' (btatf.SAMUJL USEFUL, in the cure,AsthmaBronchitis ol Scrofula, Consumption, I. Her timbers are sound, and with a moderate good outlay No'cDILr 30,1850. 47 LONG ARCHER &CORLEY, months after date.applicaf will be made to

: WOODBURY. E pcutr. and diseases of the! and ,Coughs, for repair of Wheel 10u-e etc., she could be C. C. BYRD & CO. Solicitors Complainant. SIX Honorable Judge of Probate of Jeflaj"
Client Lungs. A supply matt ,
21 150. 37 Gm
Gadsden C O. 3 4mSheriff's
September of oeonj
.: I ". ( of this valuable medicine is just received, which is to answer a good purpose a tow boat or for I ILL.make very liberal advance on Cottons : County by the undersigned Administrator
Notice. warranted pure and of very superior quality.' pOtation of 'freight on any of the Gulf rivers. In W shipped to their friends in New York. Oct 19 Sale. Ellis, deceased, late of said County, for dwd 8
.i For sale by LEWIS & AMES the hands of an enterprising individual or company, from said administratorship.
SIX months after date, the undersigned ,Adminis May 25, 1850. 20 Tallahassee Fla., she can (loubtes be made a profitable concern. 1st Monday in February next. CHARLES L. pOWELL.

": of the late Robert Fisher, will present For paiticularr, please ei.quire of Capt. P. P. LEWIS, virtue of a writ of Fieri Facias, issued from Jefferson County.October 26.1S50. 42
t
their final account and vouchers to the Judge of LeonProbate Bight Exchange DANIEL BELL on board, or to D. PERKINS Local Dentist, Tallahassee, Florida. BY the Clerk's Office of the Circuit Court for the

-. Court,and ask for a discharge from said es- NEW SMITH, E q.. Columbus. I "D OOMS in tho new building immedi- County of Leon, Middle Circuit of wherein Notice.ALL .
tate. ON YORK SAVANNAH, and MACON Terms made known on day' of sale. : IX atelv Esistof the POt Office, where Kennedy &Co. are Forida., James persons having claims against the estal''e'
t ( sale in to suit
or sums Maitand. '
by
R. W. FISHER. A., BY ORDER OF THE STOCKHOLDERS. I he will L found, unless are Defendants, I have levied S. Clark. late of Hillsborough Coontf.

: W. E. FISllER, } n. October 12, 1S50. THOMAS 40 J. Marine PERKINS, Columbus Fa., Oct. 12, IS O. 40 Sentinel. ''cngalo Septemlx-r 7, professionally. upon,and Trdewll wi expose for sale, before" the CourtHouse deceaseda well as all creditors legatees 0t1edt0|perSons -

I; July 'o. is.! 2S fim Agent Bank. door in city ol Talahasset. on the first entitled to distribution, are hereby n. L0

Notice. Notice.ALL 0. A. McIN Monday in February next, hours the present their claims, properly attested, witbmntyears o1'-[

: :J 1 Notice. indebted to (the estate of James A. @ following described property to wit: or their claims will be forever barred;
'1 lix month after date,the undersigned will make persons l ] : i i9 indebted the said estate will make im
I to the Court of Probate of I Ion ALL creditors, legatees, and per ons entitled to J'r late of Leon County. deceased, anereiuestedtomake Roo CITY HOTK.Noveml One negro man named. Moses, one named Austin diate persons to I .
.
J application and
in the estate of John M. Brooks, payment to the undersigned; and a negro woman Charlotte. payment.ELLEN .
County for letters of dismission 8 administrator of late of Jeflerson County, deceased, are hereby noli- those having demands against the same, are hereby er 16, 1850. 45 Levied upon a namel property ot James D. Trade- M. CLARK. Executrix.Hillsboroush 475t
estate ol Joseph W. I.ea. deceased. tied that their 'notified to welland sold said writ of Fieri Fa County, Nov. 30.1S5Q.' _
tlC Adm'r. claims and demands will be barred at present them within the time prescribedby ASH ADVANCES made Cotton to b to satisfy,
JOHN McDOUGALL, on shipped
the expilaion! of two 'earl Irom this date, unless the law,or they wil he barred payment.I. C to hlolbrook&NeLaunNew York, cias. Notice.
November2,1S4l.' 43 6m_ same are exhibited to the subscriber; and all BEARD, Qualified Executor. by A. A. FISHER, She.iff,
persons October 10, 1850. 41 F. II. FLAGG. undev '
& Bale Rope. who have any demands against said deceased, are December 21, 1S50. 50 St Dec. 29, 1950. By J. II. RHODES D. S. 1 1 FPLICATION will be made by the
Bagging six weeks date for letters of admin1
alter
,
hereby notified to present (hew without delay ,and 43.
I 1 f* Bales Gunny Hoggin?, those indebtelto said deceased are now called upon Notice. StrayedkFROt Notice. (ton on the estate of George Wjley, deceased.WYLEY.
I
1 AJ 20 ps. Sia Jhl-uid 'lf. to payment to the subscriber at Ocklockonee persons indebted to the estate of Alexander JACOB

-- 60/ T* Kentucky do. JOSHUA TAYLOR Sen., Adm'r. THE subscriber having taken nut letters of Ad- ,about the 23d or 24th November; ALL ,late of the Crunty of Hisbaough. in Quincy, December 7,1S5Q. 43

tO Coils Hope, for sale by JefTon County, October 21;, 1650. 42 3m tratin on the estate of Thomas Cowart, sorrel IIORSE. 14 or J 15 hands: the Stale of Florida, are
McNAUGir it ORMOXP.Kcwport ...-. __|L ||_ _-- -_._. .- -. late of HilUborough County, deceased, hereby jives high, very thin and leg, and a: immediate payment of dtceae. to the undersigned Notice.

; Dot 28,1850. Zl tt INSURANCE COMPANY notice to all persons having claims against said white spot in his face. Any information will be Executors of said estate. All persons, as well also Q IX months after date, I shall make *PPIj.f'1Ja'

1 lTNA to present them to me within two years,property authtnlicate thankfully' received, or if requied. suitably paid fat the heirs and legatees in the last will and testament O to the Honorable Judge of Probate m.and
Notice. CONNECTICUT. agreeable to law, ar they will be barrel by the subscriber,at Quinc of said name, claims against the County of Jefferson,for letters of dismission and ui

hlEeopnrtners1ip} wlucbaa} cxistxvl 1 under the name T5UILDINGS, Stocks, and Cotton in Ware-house to make recovery immediate; and all persons indebted, will please ) J. L. SHIELDS. said estate, are requested to present the same to the charge as Executor of the last will and testafflew

and firm of MULL A w this day 1J insured against loss by fire. }payment.JOSEPH December 7, I50. 43 said Executors within two years from the date hereof Ebenezer Folsom. late of said Couoty.decea,
r 1IlATOR18. LEWIS &AMES MOORE Adnn'r.Tampa .- or this notice will**be in bar of herein interested hereby noftfeucordingty.
such All ,are
intlobtod New plead any persons
\,: dissolved the above by rut j please crJl and persons nettle with J. t. January 24, 1850. 3 Agents, Tallabaesee.BlackmIthlng. Bay, Decemoer 21, Ib50. 501. 81 Boot and Shoe Shop, claims. THOMAS P. KENNEDY HARDY WOOJ-

f ELLEN MARTIN Jefferson County, December 7,1950. J
L Bull who attend the settlement of the 7'lLLfI.SSEE..FL.lTHE ,
emc
t J. H. BULL.r Notce. '? would respectfully in- Tampa Fa., Nov. 30, 1850. 47 12t Executors. Notice.

months after apply to the Hon his friends and the public
J. PIIETORIUS gene-
SIX
4 0 ,- rpHE undersigned respectfully informs Judge of Probate for the County of Gads he has commenced a Boot sid Notice. persons indebted lo the estate of John! Colej

ltL "y0Tcmbcrl9.1S5Q." -. J. the public generally that, having dn for letters of final dismission Admin where he will make BOOTS and My notes and account are left in the hands of ALL deceased, late of Madison Count,

4" To Planters. -4_ employed a supetior Horse Shoer, he is istratrix of the estate of William McGriff 8, late of quality and workmanship. < C. Byrd who will act as my Agent ileas make payment ; and all persons na vi n*

Mel now prepared to execute all work in that line in a said County, .t&-: done in the neatest manner.'and at during! my absence from the Slate. Any claims mands against said estate, will please present

c .. ( THE J liiclicst prC i pal I fo COTTON" TO4 superior manner, and on usual terms. deceased.SARAH McGRIFF Adm'x. 1 the shortest notice ''. n. \VAAS. against me, may be presented to him for settlement. legally attested, to the admialatrator.

r at f1 J. C D\\IS. K. PAYNE. Quincy December 21, IS30. 50 Cm November 30, 18O. 47 5* F. A. BYRD. VANS RAND

ii' Tallahassee, Dec, S'1.1850. 5 Ju oc 29,1830.J 2: tf December 21. 155. 50 December 21, 1550. SO

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