The Floridian & journal
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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: January 18, 1851
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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: JYHILTON & DYKE.. TALLAHASSEE, FA.:, SATURDAY, JAMAEY 18, 1851.:- -VOLUME IH-lfO.' -2' ::- ih : ;

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PROCEEDINGS. On motion, the Senate tock a recess for 15 minutes.! For Il\1-w'ARD : Senate-Mr. President, Messrs. Austin; Avery, There! being no election the Senato proceeded to the twelfth,vc if :
: _- '-.- -*- .-* Thc Senate come to order. .. .' Ball\nny Baddington, Crawford, Finley, McMillan:: Smith, Stewart10. ting : ; t' ; ,
: ---- WEDNESDAY, January: 15, 1S51.) The hour of 12 having arrived, the Senate proceeded to the House --- I For :\Iouwt'll---Ur.: Smith, 1. Result in the House, S. Total 9. .;. r ..t'

{i The President having announced the object of,the jcint meeting: IloIL'ie-lcssrs. Allen, Baker, Battle, Brett, Brownell, Brown, For Fonvard Mr. President, :Messrs.\ Brown of Columbia Brown j., '

The Ccnate: met pursuant to ndjournmcnt.The and the election of United Stales Senator was first in order.Mr. Bryant, Ferguson,! Geiger, Hopkins i Langford, Long, Mathers, Maxwell I of Hillsboroufrh! John on, .:Most-lev, })crry, Taylor, 7. Result in fro )<', u
cia.ted ClI:11.bin.
fi\'. :ur. 4 "t. o1I ns of the of Baldwin nominated Stephen R, Mallory for said: l,1fice.Jr. McCall, Pluinmer, Scott, Shine! Turner, "ilkmson-20. r House, 11. Total, 18. > t .
the proceedings .'
On motion of Mr. Johnson, reading yesdispensed :!\ Finlayson nominated David L. Yulee. Total, :CO.ForBYnn; For Mitchell-Messrs. Avery Baldwin, Buddington, Crawford 1.

was with.rTCe The fourth voting resulted as follows: : Senate-MessBrown of Hillsborough, Fonvard, McMillan, Stewart, G. Result in the House, 14. '101.11,20. t
President 1'n'S'utt>d the following : For MALLOKY:\ : .lcaale-Messrs. .\ut !1, Avery, BaMuin!. Brown Johnson, :Maxwell, Moseley, Perry, Taylor-8. For Thompson-) Austin, 1. Result in the house,0. I

TV ifo honorable JrrsWc1zl if thc Senate of Arrangements: in l behalf of the oflliUsborougli( Buddington, Crawford, Fiuley: :McMillan: Smith House-Mr. Sin aker, :.Iessrs.: Anderson, Bennett, Bradley, Burn- Blank-Mr. Finley, 1. t

"\\re the und-l'i lH'd, Committee instructed to invite lIon. and tt'Wtrto.: ] ham, Dilworth, Finlayson, Hawes, J. S. Jones, J. W.Jones Kenan, Long; -In the House, G. .. *;* : 4 ,

Grand; I ae e of Florida, have been Methodist! t Church in this your city, on'fbanday Houcr-Terris.: Allen: Anderson, Baker; Battle, Brett, B--OW- Kilcrease, Lott, Magbee, Milton, Smith, Standley, Steele, Taylor, Cooimittec from the House announced t.'tat1.: A. Long was In I '
III'Ible Bud to be present' at the nell, Brown, U..M.ynnt. Rurnham: Ferguson, Geiger, Hopkins! Lot, WarJIaw-23. nomination. :'t t tIt
address wiU i 1 heGrli'J'd
at !11 o'clock. .\. M.. when and an 1\Jn\ h Mathers: :McCalt, Hummer, Scott, Slice, Turner and WilLiusoii Total, 20. was moved that the! Senate to inform the house that tho- Senate a''

I [ It" R. W., J. 31. Davidson, and the Installation of the -21, Total-31. The President declared that William R. Hayward was duly elected would adjourn until .11 o'clock to-morrow, A. M. ; :.,,' "

Grand Officers for the ensuing term will'takc place. For Y l'LIr. : 8cuac-Mos,rs. Brown of Columbia, Forward, Treasurer!! of this State. O.i this! question! ti3! yeas:: and.. nays were called for by Messrs.. J, : ,,
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Yours very respectfully, Johnson, Maxwell, :Most-ley\ Perry and Tr 'lor-7. Jlinir-Mr.Speaker The President declared! that the! election of Clerk of the Supreme. Brown and Moseley, and wen : ". ,' :!

J. H. EUDLEU HAYWARD[ Messrs. Bennett, Bradley": Dilworth: Finlaj-son, Ida v'?'::, J. Court was next in order. Yeas-Messrs. Austin, Baldwin, Crawford, Finley, McMillan\ ,. 'f.

THOMAS: S. Jones, J. "'. Jones, Kenan, Kilcrease, MiUon, fcmitli, StanJley: Mr. :Milton! nominated: John P. K. Savage. Smith-G. '1

S. BOARDMAN, Sleele, Taylor and Wardlaw-10. Total-23. Mr. Kilcrease: nominated John S. Purviance.Mr. Nays-Mr. President, :Messrs. Avery, Brown of Columbia Brown f' i

Committee r Arrangements. ]Blank; : ScllalrIr. P..esillt'u1-1. Allen nominated Robert S. Hayward. :. of Hillsborough, Buddington, Johnson, )Moselev. \rry, Stewart, I .

Wbkh' was f<':1I1.lr. U13.Jothe Jftni
) Avery, from the Committee on Schools and: Colleges, The President declared Mr. Mailory duly tlc-ckd United States For; SAVAGE : Senate-Messrs. Forward, Maxwell, Perry-3. Said motion was lo&t. .. 4 tr

following report: whom referred Senator: House-:Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Bennett, Bradley,Dilworth, Finlay- There being no election, the Senate proceeded to a thirteenth vo. i .' ''j
The ConunitL'o Schools and Colleges to was The President having announced that the election of Comptroller eon 1)a\\'e) <:, Lott, McCall, Milton, Wardlaw, 10. ting: i t
of ,
a hill to 1 be entitled, .\nlet providing for the investment a por- was next in onleMr. *-, Tolal.13. For Maxwell-31rSmith,1.: Result in the House, G. Total, 7. .' ,

tioa of the Seminary and Common School: Fund ask, leave to re- :\ Maxwell nominated John Beard for said: office. For lI-vv.-Arr : Scante-Messrs. Austin, Avery, Buddington, For Forward Mr. President,:Messrs.\ Drown of Columbia, Brown ..

and believ.it Mr. Langfoi-d, nominated Pinion To\\le. Crawford, l' .IJt'Y, McMillan, l\Ius.h'y, Smith: Stewart, 9. of Hillsborough: : Johnson, Moseley, Perry, Tavlor-"7. Result ia _

; roTilt'Commit have examined the pmvhionsofsaidbill, The voting resulted as follows : House-Messrs. Allen, Baker, Battle, Brett, Brownell, Bryant, the House:-11. Total-18. ..* .;'

t -.it to be for the interest of tile fund to mace the proposed amend-itncstwent For BHARII : Senate! -Mr. President, :\lc !i'rs. Bald'vin, Brown of Ferguson, Cciger. Hopkins, Lannford, Long! Slather, Maxwell, For Mitchell-:Messrs.\ ,Au.tmxery, Baldwin; Buddington, ,.
: recommend the passage: : of the bill with the following Forward Johnson Maxwell Phimmer Scott;; Shine Turner ilkinson IS. Crawford McMillan Stewart Result in the .
, Columbia, Brown of If horou"h. 0 -7. House-13. -Total
Perry and T;t-vlor-H.1 Total{, 27. --"O. 'i .'

1 cords"now 1, t lfa sc-Mr./ Speaker, :Messrs.\ Anderson, Ilennett, i radley, Burn- For Pt'RviAXCE : Scna'c-Mr:President, Messrs.Baldwin, Brown For P\ync--O. Result in the House, 0. 'ttJr.,;, ..-

ii the '}'..rca u"}'. Cl'llirmfl1l. ham: Dilwol'th, Fiulavslln. Manes;, J. 8. Jones, J. 11'. JOlle=,, F e- of Columbia, Brown of Hill horouh, Johnson, Taylor-1>. For Thompson. Result in the House, 1. .*,"'-'

O. M.\ AVERY naii, KHcl'eaic, Lou, )1IIC'c, :l\lcCll1.\ :Milton\ Smith Standby, Home-Messrs. Anderson, Buruham, J. S. Jones, J. ,''. Jones For Long--0. Result in tho House, 2. '*",;** "I
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Which was received, and said bill ordered to placed among Steele, Taylor aiul WaidLiw-21. Total, :;0.I'or'I'owLr KiltTcase: : :Magbee, Stith, ::;tan Jlt.'J', Steele, Taj lor-10. Total For Pearson: -0. Result in the House, 2.'t .

tie orders of thc day. form the House of : clIafc-lcssrs. Austin, Avery, HudJio lon, Craw- --1(5.( For Ilogue-0. Result in the House, 3. ..

The following communication was received _ford_ __. I'Jnlnv...._ATriMiil.nn.nsi\_ .,.._...!_._ _:!: _!u_dl'\___ .'.. Smith: rind n u J_ !,t'Wli'-tt_ J) The President declared that there was no election. Blank! -.Mr. Fin!!'y, 1. Result! in the House, 1. Total. ,%

.Eonrcsentatives-. -- ; 13,16.,1. Jlou&r-Messrs.! Allen, Baker: Battle, Brett, IJrownell, Brown, :-:t.'eonJ"otin ; There being,: no election the Senate: proceed to a fourteeth voting. '*
HorsE OF Rr.rnssEXTATiv: January For SAVAGI: : Sr1l'1lc-\lessrs.lhIJwin: Maxwell 2. For Maxwell-Mr. President, Messrs.!! Austin Taylor4. +
Bryant, Ferguso.i, (;Jei;;er, Ilujjki.is: Luugforil; Long; Mathers: Maxwell ,
lIonl1"ch] President of the Senate: Plummer, Scott, :.hiue1'urner: and WilSiiiibon-19. House-Mr. Sjieaker, Me-.xsrs.; Bennct, Dilworth, Hawes, Lott, Result the House. 12. Total, 1(;. j.

Sir: Tlie House have }passed the following( bilKiz : sell Total! !, 28. McC'aH!, :\\Hl 'H1, ardlaw-S.. 1'(1111-10 For j-'orwnrd-fe'Ss's. Brown of Columbia, Brown of Hillsbo- :-
IL Stewart to
Bill to be entitled. An act to authorize Coley of James Stewart, The President declared that John Beard was duly elected Comp For HAYWAKD : Senate-Messrs. Austin, Avery, Buddington, rou'jh, Johnson, ferry 4. Result in the House, 10. Tatal, ).1.
all b convey certain proper!)" of the iufaat troller. Crawford, Finley, McMillan, Moseley, Smith, Stewart 9.) For Mitchell Jes5r:;. Avery, Baldwin, Budcliugton! Crawford, ;

deccad: ; of Ccle tino Con- Toe President announced that the election of Treasurer was next House-Messrs. Alien, Baker, Battle, Brett, Brownell, Brown, McMillan, Stewart, G. lesult.in the House, 14. '1'ot:1I.20.

And bill to be entitled An act for thc relief in Older.M Bryant. Ferguson, Geiger; Hopkins, Lan<;furd, Lori;!, :Mathers,3Iax- For Long-Mr. Smith, 1. Result in the House, 0. Total, 1. .

Milton nominated for said office. well, Plummer, Scott, Shine, Turnerilkinsori-19. Total-2S. For I'ear50n-O. Re-ult in the Ilou-, 1. r .
amendment r. Benjamin Byrd
rafes.AUo without ,

the following Scaate bills and resolution, 31 Ir. Fiuley nominated William!; R. Hayward* For PCKVIAXCK : Senate-Messrs. Brown of Columbia, Brown of IOiIlogue.-0. Result ia the Ilou.-e; 1. "

\iz: W. Andrews topractice The first ,voting resulted] as follows: w IIi11 borough Forward, Johnson, Taylor-7. Blaak-Mr. Finley, 1. Result ia the House, 0. Total, 1. .

Kill to In1 entitled An act to authorize. George: For HAYVVACD: Senate-Messrs.! Audio, Avcy, Buddinglon, Ihuxr-Messrs. Anderson, Bradley, Burnham, Finlnyson, J. S. In the House S|>encer, 2. ,.

{ : medicine in the County of He uando; of Probate to !pet Crawford, Fiuley, )It )lillnn, Smith and Stewart-S. Jones, J. W. Jones, Kilcrease, Maglue, Smith, Stanley,Steele, Tajlor There being no election, the Senate proceeded to a fifteenth vo- > _

Hill to be entitled, An act aathorizfag Judges House:Messrs Allen, Baker, Battle, Brett, Brow+tell, :Brown, -12. Total-19. tWf{. r '
Dower; Blank-:Mr. Kenan: -1. Fo-: :\hx\\ llIcssrs.Iosdej": Taylor, 2. Result in the House I .
pit the of office and duties Bryanl: Ferguson, Geiger; Hojikins, Langford! Long, :\Ili.herslax.: ,
in relation to term
Bill 1 be entitled, An act The President declared that there election.Mr. Total! .
to ( I well, :McCall\ Plummer, Scott, Sbine1'uruer and \\J! iJson-O. was no ,
of the Tax Collectors; of i ToU'l), 2S. Allen withdrew the name of R. S. Hayward. For FOi'ward--1essrs.[ Austin, Drown of Columbia, Brown of if.:;
Bill 1 be entitled, An act to change the Southern Boundary Third! Hillaborougb; Joanson 5. Result ia the House i
to For BYED: Scnaie-rvlr. President, :Messrs. Brown of Columbia, voting : : Perry, Total MI
Leon County: ; Brown of Forward Johnson Maxwell :'iosd.Per. For SAvAur. : Senate-Mr. President! :Messrs.\ Austin, Baldwin t <
of Monroeand Htllbborough, -
Resolution; relative to Auction Taxes in the Counties rv, 'I':1\'1.1 Brown of Ilillsborough, Crawford, Finley, Forward, Maxwell: McMillan For Pyt1O. Result in the House, Total, .

EFcambia.: :" Moseloj1, Perry, ftewart-12 For 'I'Itompson--Ilr.President, 1. Result in the House, f' .
House bill to Home-Mr. Speaker, :Messrs.; Anderson, Bennett)Brattier; Burn- k .;:
substitute to
The house: have concurred in Senate : llDii e-Mr. Speaker, Messrs.: Allen, Baker, Bennett, Bradley, Total, .
lights to h ham, Dilvvoilh, Fiulayson, Ilawe, J. S. Jones, J. W. Jones 'uLn, r I
k entitled, An act to amend an act to grant pre-erptiou S,1S. : Kilcrease, Lotr, Magbec\ Milton, Smith, Standby, Steel?,Tay 10WafllL1 :-, Brett, Brownell: Brown, Bryant, Dilworth, Ferguson, Finlayson, \titchelI-Ucsrs.: : Avery, Stewart, 2. > .

settlers on sundry lauds, approved December 27, \,-20. Geiger, Hawes, Hopkins, Langford, Long, Lott, Magbee, :Mathers, For Spelcerlr. Crawford, 1. :,,' I .1

1Lcpt.ctl'u1dy, Total], 2'J.Bla.ik :Maxwell, McCall, Milton, Piummer, Scott, Wardlaw, Wilkinson For l'l\"ile-O. \1 '
SC'nak"-r. Baldwin 1. 0-ti 4. IHlnkles: Buddington, FinIE'YlcIill.1n:\ :\ Smith, 4. '
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5ca7.Tr House of! Representatives.VHch Total, 39. House vote not reported.
The President decided that theie election.
was no
\' was i-cad and said House bills ordered to be placed u- St'colLl"otin For PfisviANcn : Senate-Messrs. Brown of Columbia, Johnson, Committee from the; Senate proceeded to the House to inform the I

mon:; the orders of the day% aud said Senate bills ordered to be en- For !HAYWAJII: : Senate-Messrs.! Austin, Avery, Butldir;ton, Taylor-3. House that the*Senate would adjourn until 11 o'clock to-morrow,

ruiled. House :Messrs.\ Anderson Burnham J. S. Jones J. W. Jones A. 31.\
Crawford McMillan\ Smith Stewart S. .
House Fiulny, -
the .
CommtiU'd\ from the House informed the Senate that of 110lMr\'f''I': Alice, Italirr, l! t.h 1 >\ready to proceed to the election of an Associate Judge Maxwell Total, ]CJ. would not concur.
was ( Bryant, Ferguson, Geier Hopkins, LaugfoiYl, Long, .Matters: I ULA>K : Senate-Messrs. Avery, Buddington, SnutllI -.>. >j_. D .... .iire ouiuiyuia muttu iu duwwu ....... '." ......w.., ._
the t.Coiarjiaw ; '
Supreme McCail and Wilkinson 20.
: Piummer :Scott; Sliiuc Turner \
: ,
1 from the Senate proceeded to the House to inform the 1 I I House-Messrs. Battle, Kenan, Shine:: Turner-1. o'clock 1 A. :M. ;
would into the election of :Associate : Total, 2S. Total, 7. On this question: the yeas and nays were called for by Messrs. '"
Hoosi' that the go of Columbia
For Bvm Senate Mr. President: Messis. ,
: : The President declared! John P. K. Savage duly elected Clerk of Brown, of Columbia, and Moseley, and were :
of thc QoutL.Coiiiuiaee
Judge Supreme \ ;
had Brown of HilUhorough, Forward, Johnson, Maxwell, MoselejPerry Yeas Messrs. Austin Brown of Columbia Brown of Hillsbo- .
returned and informed the Senate that they : performed the Supreme Court. -- .
them. Tm'lorI.Ijuw Tlie then adjourned, and the Senate returned to the rough, Crawford, Smith, Stewart-7.
the dui as&igucd i joint meeting
)lr. :'ilcssrs.1II1crson Bennett Bradley,
House that ;(- Speaker, \avs-Mr. President Messrs. Baldwin Und Johnson -
Coinmiuw !', the Senate proceeded to infonn the Senate Chamber.On Avery, lngton, :
'om hair Dilworth J. S..luues", J.W.Jones, Kenan, 1111-
C. A. Mitchell T. Biward and \\". ..\. Forward were in nomination Finlayson motion, the Senate took a recess until 3 o'clock, P. :M. :McMillan 1 MoseevPerry, Taylor-9. a
crease, Loll, :Magbee) :Milton, Smith, Stan lc ', :Steel:: Ta>br, and I Said motion was lost. .
i in the :Jcnate.: I
I returned and iijConned the Senate that they had perfonned thedutf Wardlaw-20. THREE O'CLOCK, P. M. Mr. Brown, of Columbia, moved to adjourn until 10 o'clock tomorrow 1.
Total 21))
Thc Senate resumed its session: A. 31. "-
absi ued them.
Coumiiitee f.'0111 the House informed the Senate that the name of Blank, Senate, Mr. Baldwin-1.Th Committee from the Senate proceeded to the House to inform the On this motion the yeas and nays were called for by 3Iessrs. Avery r:.
President declared there election.'t'hird .
Thomas Randall was vibd; <7iwn.Cominiuee ? was no House that the! Sl'n.tes! then ready to proceed to the election of and 3Io3cley, and were: ,,

from. the Senate proceeded to ths House of Representatives : voting; : Associate Judge of the Supreme Court; -Teas-Messs.Austin, Brotvnof IliHsborongli, Finley, 3Ic3IilIan, I'I
Sr.1Iflfr-\lessrs.:: Austin<
For HAYWARD Avery, Budding
to inform the House that tho name: of L. Thompson was Which} Committee returned and informed the Senate that they had Smith, tewart-i.:: j
Crawford( Fink-y, McMillan: Smith, and Stewart S.; .
that Nays-Mr. President, :Messrs.\ Avery, Baldwin, Brown of Columbia '
uitliilraxvn. ; the them. House Messrs. Allen, I Baker, BaUle, Brett, Bennett, Brown, performed duty. seventh which resulted follows Buddington, Johnson, Moselej, Perry, Taylor-9. :
Rojjoiied that they bad psvformetl{ duty assigned The Senate proceeded to a voting, as
fourth. voi'.ig; for Associate Judge: Bryant, Forffusou, Gci er.Hopkins, Lan >ford, Long, Mathers, Maxwell Said motion was lost. '
The Seaau-pcoceeued to a :
of the Snpwne Court, which resumed at. follows: McCall, Turner, and Wilkiisoii-20. For Milton-Mr.President, Mr. Baldwin,2. Result in the House, 1'11' Brown of Columbia moved to adjourn until half-past 100'j ,

Mr Bddwin 2. Result in thoIIouse Total 1, 28. I 0., Total. 2. clock to-morrow, A. 31.\ ; _. _
For 1liiioa-Il.: *. President i .
Brown of Columbia
For BYKD SCllac-lr. President! :Messrs.: -
: On which the and called for 3Iessrs. .
were by Avery
-lG. Toad. IS. For Forward-Messrs. Austin, Brown of Columbia, Brown of yeas nays
1'url'o\.vyartl-Al ss., Austin, Brown of Colombia, Brown ol- J ;[Jrown of Ilillftborongh; Forward, JO lUOOlllaxwcl1: Moseley, ;,; Ilillsborough, Johnson! Maxwell: Perry, Taylor, G. Result in the and Smith, and were: .

Ilillsboroug', ',I, Johnson; Maxwell, Taylor-G.., Result iu the House ]Perry II ,zv'e-Mr.Taj lor-Speaker!I. Jlessrs. Amlcrson, Bennett, Bradley. Burn- ; House, 0. Total, (i. Y c.1s--'tlt.'ssrs..Austin: Brown of Columbia, Buddington, Finley, t :..:.,

-II. Tntall! 1' For l\litc1jl1--\les: Avery, Bnddington, Crawford, McMillan:\ Taylor I -5.Nay. i
For Jjchd1lcssr8.. Avery, DtJdJin ton, Cra'r ford, :McMillan:\ ]ham, Dilworth, Finll'Eon, )haws, J. S. Jones, J. W. Jones, lit' naup 1hilcrease I Stewart, 5. Result in the House, 0. Total, 5. .--3fr. President, 3Iessrs. Avery, Brown of Hillsborongn, :.l:.

Terre, Stewaii: -{0. Result: iu the House--
For Jrcrnrd--Jr.] lo'clt'J-I.. Rcs.uk; iu the house'I'o- and Wardlaw20.'t'otal ... 0. Total: 2. The Senate' excused 3Ir. Baldwin from voting. .' .

til, :1.rur. L1a6SCnatr-Mr., 29.L t Baldwin 1. For l'nync-lr. Smith, 1. Result in the House, 0. Total, 1. Said motion, was I lost. : ..

Baltzell--0. Result in the House=: -2. Total, 2. election. There: beiog no election, the Senate proceeded to an eighth voting. ORDERS OF THE DAY. JI
that there
The President declared was no
For Woodward-0. Result in the 1I0UEc-! -0. !' Committee from the House informed the Senate that the names of House bill to be entitled, An act for the relief of Celestino Gon- "
There being no flection, the S-snale' proceeded, to a fiuh voting, voting : Austin Baldwin )!rsra.Iiltou:\ and Brevard were withdrawn from nomination. zalez;
For HAYWARD ScnaJc-Irssrs. Avery, ,
viiich resulted follows : Dnd'i For Thompson-Mr. :Mosclej"" -1. Result ia the House-7. Was read the first time and ordered to second to-mor 1; :
as dinjrion; CiawJWd 1, Finley, :McMillan\ ) Sinitli: :::t'wart-t!) a reading : ,
Baldwin 2. Result iu
For Mihon-Mr. PiWident] Mr. Total, S. row. : :
Battle Brett Broiell Brown
lI/JlIsc-lcs Allen Baker ,
l's. .
House-12.Tolal., 11. Mathers. For Forwml-tlr. President, :Messrs. Austin, Brown of Columbia House bill to be entllbil, An act to authorize Coley R. Stewart to u

For Forward-Messrs. Austin, Brown of Columbia, Brown of Bryant, Ferguson: Geiger; Scott Hopkins Shine Langfoid Turner, Long"11kiusolIO I Brown of Ilillabnroagh: : Johnson, Maxwell, Perry, TaJlor-S. sell and! convey ceitaLi property of the infant heirs of James Stew. .!
2Io.wdlJcC.ill; :: Piummer, ,
HillsWouRh;:! Johnson, Maxwell, Perry, Tayloi-7. Result in the Total 29. 1Lc' cull in' the House-10. Total, 21. a.-t, deceased ; .. '

House.--1 Total', 19. President Messrs. Brown of Columbia For )1icJ.dl-\Ic5s-s.. : AerjBaldwin, Euddington, Crawford, Was read the first time, and ordered to a second reading tomorTOV. : -. ;'. :4
For Mitchell Messrs. Avery; Buddington, Crawford, :McMillan, For Relit : Senate-M r. McMillan: Stewart-(i. Resuli. in the llon=e-15. Total], 21. .
Maxwell Ferry t
of Forward Johnson Moaeley, I "
the House- 11. Total) 10. IFdUhorougli, Woodward :Mr.\ 1. Result iu the House 1. Total '
S1erll1Hesult in For Fialej-- Hill to bo entitled, An act for the relief of A. T. Geiger; .

For Brevard-:Messrs. Fiulej', Moseley-2. Result in the House T:1Jlor-U. :Burn 2. Was read the second time, and ordered to be engrossed for a <
1Iouc-\1r.: SJlC'J1.el'Icssr.: : ", Anderson, Bennett, Bradley" t
the 1. Total .
Result in House 1.clankJIr
-- ,
-2. T rt.al- For rlYOO. third
to-morrow "
reading :
For Woodward-Ma-" Smith-1. Result in the House-1. To- bar. Uilwortll, Fiulayson, Jltwcs, J. S. Jones, J. \\ Jones, J\euan, '. Smith-I. Result in the HQusc-O. Total, 1. House bill to be entitled, An act to amend the laws: providing for k .,,
KilcreaseWardlaw, Lott, IMaghee, Milton, Sl1ilh, Sl4lnJl'J, Steele, Ta 10",
t.a1- Tl'Cro boiiig election, tlu> SPIIJITP prnrppdtvl to a ninlli vntlnjj. t1.o oi.cinj lloi .of oortuln propcrtjr from execution,; i :
There being( no election} the Senate proceeded to a sixth voting, Total -20. Committee from the House announced that the name of A. L. Was read the second time, iud referred to the Committee on the, 'J f .
which} resulted as follows : Woodwaid was in nomination.For Judiciary. r '
For Milton-Mr. President, Mr. Baldwin-2. Result in the House The President declared that tll're"as no election. MiUon-Mr. President, 1. Result in the House, 0. Total, 1. House bill to( be entitled, An act to incorporate the Ocala: Plank: ,

-14. Total-10. Fifth voting; : For Thompson-:Mr. Moseley, 1. Result in the House, G. Total Road Company ; i .'I
For UA\"w.um : Srna'e-Messrs. .A uclin"C'.j.' Baldwin, Bud- ,
Columbia Brown or Ilifsbo .
For Forward Messrs. Brown of 7.For. Was informally passed oyer..
rough., Johnson, :Maxwell!\ Perry, TlJlor-O. Result in the House din(ton, Crawford, Fi.iley, TtlcMillau\ :\ Smith, Stewlrt-H.i) Fonvard-Messrs. Brown of Columbia, Brown of Hillsboroii"h Mr. Smith moved that the Senate adjourn until a quarter past ten. t
House Messrs. Allen Baker: I HaUle t IHt: Broxvnell Crown
Result in the
House .
-11 Total-17. Johnson, :Maxwell, Perry, Taylor, G. o'clock to-morrow A., M. ; ..
For !\Iit.cLcll-lessrs. Austin, Avery, Bmldmgton, Crawford, Bryant(, Ferguson' ; (lei;:;ci-", Hopkiiis Laogfortl; Long, Mangers! 10?: Total I, ,-"-,. On this motion, the yeas,and n.'J8Vcre called for by 3Iessrs\ ,

McMillan[ Stewart C. Result in the House-1))t 1'01:11-15. !Maxwell\ McCall I Piummer, Scott, Shine, Turner, Wilkiasai' 20. For M Mitchell Messrs. Austin, Avery, Baldwin, Buddin ton, Johnson and Austin, and were : '' \ ,. '

For Brevard-Messrs. Finley, Moseley, Smith-J. Result in Uie Total, 21) Crawford, McMillan, Stewart, 7. Result in the House, 15 Total, Yeas-Messrs.! Brown of Columbia, Brown of Ilillsborough. i ol F
For Ben cnaJc-J President i Messrs. Brown of Columbia
I : : '
ti House--2. Total5.For o.i-- Crawford, Fiiiley, Johnson, McMillan., Perry, Smith: Stewart, Taylor J, "
Brown Forward Johnson Maxwell
Woodward. Result in the House-1. of Hillsborough, : Mosc'ejIV- For Payne-Mr. Smith, 1. Result in the House, 0. Total, 1. -10. ; '

For Balticll-0. Result in the House-0. ry, Taylor I -9. Blank-Senate, 1. House, 1. Total, 2. Na.\'s-1\Jr. President! 3Iessrs. AUS;in, Avery, Eajdwin, Budding t i'.
1IouJr. Speaker, Messrs. Anderson, Bcnnct, Bradley, Bttrn- tenth '
In Tho being no election, the Senate proceeded to a voting. ton, Moseley-G. \
the II !re
oUt>C: liam Dilworth Hawes J. S. Jones J. \\. Jones t\Ctlfin j. \
1-i.ilayson: '
For The result was as follows: The Senate adjourned until a quarter-past 19 clod, to-naor '
1.CommiLllIC J
Payne .
p Kilcreafce, Lott, :Magbee\ !Milton\ Smithy Staudlej", Steele, Taylor, Result :: 1 ::
from the House informed the Senate that G. S. I gyre Wardlaw 20. For Maxwell-Mr. President, Mr.Brown of Ilillsborough, 2. row, A. M. ., ,,., ,4 ; I, {
was in Domination. I in the House, 11. 'I'otal,13. "--- ....," "l .I

There being no election the Senate proceeded to a seventh voting, i 'Total The President, 29. declared there election. For l.'orwardIessrs. Austin, Brown of Columbia' Johnson, 'fJl'UsD.\y, January! .1G?:lS51.. f

lach resulted as follows: Sixth was no Moseley, Perry,Taylor, G. Result in the House, 10. 1'otal,16.l The Senate met pursuant to adjournment j 'J1--: l h* -; '$

For Milton; Mr. President, Mr. Baldwin-2. Result in thc voting: For Mitchell-Messrs. Avery, Baldwin, Buddiagton, Crawford, The Rev. Mr. Pratt officiated as Chaplain : : "
For HAYWAKD Senate Messrs. Austin Baldwin Bud- "
Houho-0. 1'otat-. : Avery, McMillan: Stewart, G. Result in the House 18 Total, 21. On motion of -Mr. Smith, the reading of jcsterdays:; proceedings f": ?
McMillan Smith
Crawford Stewart !
diiij ton, Fiiiley, -9. :
Total 1.
Result in the ,
For Forward Messrs. Austin Brown of Columbia, Brown of For Payne-!Mr. Fialcy,1. '
was dipeuacdwith. +
HilLborough, Johnson, Maxwell\ : Perry,Taylor-7. Result in the Bryant,lIousc-.lc, Ferguson, Geiger Allen, ,[Baker Hopkins, Battle, Langford, Brett, Long, Brownell, Slathers, Brown, Maxwell There being no election, tho Senate proceeded to aa c evcuui vo MX, Forward: from tho Committee? on Enrolled! Bills,mada the rol' I"" I \

HOUBC --0. ToUd-7. McCall, Piummer, Scott, Shine, Turner, l' lkimou-20. ting.Committee announced that A Maxwell was in lowi-'i; ; lleport; t'hi t
I'orMitchell-Messrs. Avery, Buddmgton, Crawford, McMillan Total 29. from the House Tho: Committee on Enrolled Bib report as correctly enrolled:, t t.

St.ewart-5. Result in the House-0. Tow-5.] President Messrs. Brown of Columbia nomination. _\n act ia relation to thc term ol'otliss; ; and duties of the ,Tax v ," '
2. Result the House I For BYRD : For l\In1wcll-\Iessrs.: Austin, Brown of Ilillsborough, 2. Result
Brevard-Messrs. Fiuley, Moseley- : Collectors ..t
Brown of HilUborough, Forward, Johnson, Maxwell, lloseleJ.IJcr.rJ \ ; R
; Total 15.
in the House 13. ,
Totjd. An act permit o ,! _\ll'.1re\VSJ.to practice Medicine in :- :
For Woodward. Result in the House, Total, TnJlor-9. For Fonvard-:Mr. President Messrs. Brown of Columbia, Johnson tau county of Jlernando; t
For Smith Result in the House, .Total, llollsc-Ir. Speaker, 1\fcssrP. Anderson Bennett, Bradley. Burn Moseley, Perry, Taylor, G. Result in the House, 10. Total, the F i ilk
% Payne-Mr. -1. ham, Dilwortll, l'jnluyson, Ilnwe8, J. S. Jones, J. W. Jones, Konm, An act to change Sou'.hern boundary! of Leon County ;, A?1 ;\ i j
Committee from the Senate proceeded to the House to inform Smith 1C. An act authorizing Judges of Probata to. sat'apart Dower;' ., f ,! ;;,
House into the election of Kilcrease, Lott, l\J:1gbce\ Milton, Standleyftcae'I'aylor, I For Mitchell :Messrs. Avciy, Baldwin, Buddington, Crawford, "
that the Senate would be ready to go Resolution relative to Auctioh Taxes. ia the Counties of Monroo > 3 :1 Jt.
United States Senator at 12 o'clock M'[; 1''ardla'v20.Total McMillan J Stewart .G. Result in the House, 17. Total, 23. ,- and Escaiubuv, : ,_., ". .1 .J. '
Committee that tilc/ilad performed that duty.Committee 29. ; For Payne-Mr..+Smith, 1. Rpsult. iu the House, none, Total!, 1. ". .. '",' I., ., \
Whic.h. reported FORWARD chairrr
,' -. jbaaj J8foA.' ,
The President declared that there was no election. ; < .i M*ft* i;;. 'f ;
from the House informed the Senate that the House "I' ;::- Bla.uk\ -:Mr. Fialey, 1. :.,; ; .. ,.. ., ..,.,.iif.W,$ .*.,

would go into the election of United States Senator ia 15 minuter. Seventh voting: ; I .. ; ; ';..-?:.. .7."'. i ... .ff 1 1'J
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t, Which was received.Mr. Was read the' second tiaie: and ordered to,a third reading tomorrt Houso.bill to be entitled, An act to change the:time of !holding Whichra> received i : said bill ordered :;:rl;:

C Buddington, from the committee Agriculture(', made-the "'. > /- < '. the terns or the' Circuit Courts for Orange St. Lucie, and! Putnam ; the order* of the day. .sm. I11Z!

-, i f t; following report: House PreamMa and Resolution requiring our members in Congress Rule waived, read first and second times; by its tit!;; and referredto ORDERS OF THE DAY

f The Committee on Agriculture, to whom was! referred a hill, to he to procure:: the passage{; of an act to, graduate the price of Public the" Committee on the Judiciary., Resolutions providing for the removal of the Seat of Got

..4. t ('ntitled.n act to organize and establish a Boaid Agriculture for Lands in digs State; i Houso bill to be entitled, An act to' amend an act incorporatingthe Were read tho second time. .erttneJt> : ,

: ,> the State of Florida, have had the same under consideration, and Was read the second time, rule waived, read the third.tiine by its pity} Apalachicola. ; Mr. Finley offered the following amendment, riz: .r '

\ ;. have instructed me to report that they approve the objects of theM title! and p asset]. Rule xvaix'etl: read! first and second times by its: title, and referredto word "said" in the} sixth line, and insert in lieu thereof the.tnze out t6a

f..' bill, and recommend its House hill to .entitled, An act to amend the laws now in force the Committee on Corporations.House and making the second reswolation, ( the first and third tetttR.x If

," 1!t passage.O.. BUDDINGTON, Chilrman. 1:1 relation: to compensation to Physicians ; bill to bo entitled, An act to refund Taxes paid by certain second and moved its adoption ; resol. the

it M ( Which was receixxd, :and said bill ordcreu to be (placed among Was read the second tim: and ordered to a third reading to-mor persona of HilUboroiigh County in the year 18-10 ; Which was carried.Mr. I

h 11it &the orders of the day. row. Was read the first time, rule waived, read the second time by its Kroxvn; of Columbia, offered the following(
; TIle following message was received from his: Excellency the Bill to be l'ntitll.tin act to provide for the investment of a por- title, and referred to the Committee on Propositions and Grievances. Strike out Be it further resolved 1 I," in the 1 first section amendment-LS- >

Governor ion of the Seminary and Common School Fund; : House bill to be entitled, An act to l legalize certain acts of the and insert in lieu thereof Be it rexolrtd ly the Senate am ed,

ExKcravE CHAMBER, January II, IS H.i : Was read the second time and ordered l to be engrossed. foFa" third Clerk of the Circuit Court and ex ojitio Judge of Probate for Columbia of Keprcsen'alircs of tic Slate of Florida in General t.J.k a inb l JI

i i The Honorable R. J. FLOYD, reading to-morroty. County ; venal" and moved{ its adoption ; g roa.!
,i .1. President of the & : Bill to IKS entitled! An act making an appropriation of money from Was read the first time, rule waived, read the second; and rthird Which was carried, and said resolutions ordered to be

".1 ,. SIR ::-I have approved and signed the following acts and Resolutions the Internal Improvement Fund to remove Shoals and other Obstructions times bj- its title, and on the question of its passage, the yeas and for a third. rending! tomorrow. en g.4

e" xii : in the Suwannee River; nays were : House 'bill to be entitled, An act to amend the hxvs ,,_
'.. ,l.,, I. i:r An act to incorporate the Florida and Gl'orgb.llmk Road Corn- Was read the recoil I time, and on motion referred to the Committee Yeas-Mr. President, Messrs. Austin, Avery, Baldwin, Brown of the exemption of certain property from execution, pt'ot..'

"*,J'i pan; : on lutennl Improvements., Columbia, Brown of Hillsborough, Budtlil tan, Crawford, Finley, '\l::, on motion of Mr. IIaIIxxin! : laid on the table. .

wl i An act for the relief of William: D. Moseley and for other purposes Engrossed bill to be entiled, .\n\d to appropriate one thousand.101lar'S Forward, Johnson, Maxwell, .McMillan, Moselev, Smith, Taylor House bill to be entitled, An act to change the time
to improve the! of Holmes' Creek! in WashingtoiCounty -10. o f holdn
j .t' t. I ; the terms of the Circuit Court for Orange, St. Lucia and ]atv
e : t An act to change the time when the County Commissionersshall ; Nays-None. Counties ; -

., : examine the accounts of the County Treas-irer; Was read the third, time, and on the question of its passage, the Said bill passed. Title as stated. Was read the second time, rule! waived, read the third .

.:- : .' An act: to chance the name of Sarah France* Waters; -yeas and nays were: Ordered that the same be certified to the House of Representatives title, and on the question of its passage the yeas and time t 1."*

j 'f: i Preamble and Resolutions relative to the I lands granted by Congrcs Yea?-:Mr. President, Messrs. Austin, ,Avery, Baldxxh! Brown of t Yeas-Mr.:\[ President, Messrs. Avery, I Baldwin, Brown nays it ere'

,...1 : to the State, for the purpose of Internal lniprcvtn.er.ts, and Cohnnl.il, Brown of ]HilUboroM h. Buddington, Finley, Johnson, House bill} to be entitled An act relating to the offices; of Clerk bia, Brown of Hillsborough[ : ; BmMington, Crawford, of! COlmo.
Maxwell, McMillan.: : Moseley, Pony, Smith, Stetvart1'aylor-1G! and Sheriff; the County of Hernando Finler pward .
of Government \
for fixing: the State ; I, Johnson: McMillan: :Moseley, Perry, Stewart, Tajlor-lu
Preamble and Resolutions relative to the payment of Volunteers, Nay-:Mr. Crawford-1. Was read the first lime, rule waived, read second and third times, \a'g-None. I

., ,: .. legally called into H'nice for the defence of the Territory of Florida :1iIIm: passed.: Title as stated. and on the question of its passage the yeas and nays; were : Said bill passed. Title as stated. t

; Ordered that the same be certified to tho House of Representatives. Yeas.-Mr. President, :Messrs. Autii: Avery, BaUxxin( Brown of Ordered that the same b? certified to the House of

". Which I have: caused to be deposited in the office of the Secretary Columbia: Brown, of HilUborough, Buddington, Crawford, Finley, I nep' .

., .;, of State. Engrossed; bill to h U* entitled An act to provide for the mode of Forward. Johnson, Maxwell, :McMillan:\ 3IoscIoy, Smith. Taylor lives.Hotne bill to bo entitled, An act amendatory to acts in

THOMAS BRO11'Y.i contesting the election of Governor ; -It;' to Militia and Patrol duty and Crimes :Misdemeanors: referee MWas I
f. Which read Was read the third time, and on the question of its passage, tin Nays-\one.stfJ third ; r
was read the tim, and on the question of its '
*. Mr. Baldxvin, from the Commit on Engrossed; Bills, made tho .yeas and nays were : I till passed. Title as stated. and nays were : passajr.?'rt-.a "
t following report : Yeas-Mr.I President, )1('?srs. Austin, Avery, Baldwin, Brown of Ordered that the same bo certified to tho House of Representative yeas Yens Messrs. Avery, Baldwin, Brown of Colombia Brown t 11!!

,,: The Committee on Engrossed Bills, report as correctly engrossed Columbia, Brown of HilWiorough: ; Buddington, Crawford, Finley, *. Hilsl! orougi! Buddington, Crawford: Finley, Fortran of I I IMcMillanPerry
: Forward, Johnson, Maxwell, McMillan: Moseley! Smith, Stewart, House resolution relative to a grant by Congress of a quarter section ,-11. I

i:. .. An act for tIle relief of A. E. Geifrcr.JOHN Taylor-I. I of land, for the county* site of Calhoun County ; Nays.-Mr President, :Messrs.[ Moseley, Stewart, Taylor ,
t P. BALDWIN, Chairman. X acs-\one. Was rend first time, rule warred, road the second and third times, j Said bill passed as amended. -4, I

Which received and said bill ordered to be placed Said bill passed. Title as f-t.ited., and passed.
was among Ordered that the same be certified to the House of
the orders of the day. Ordered that the same be certified to the House of Representative Ordered that the fame be certified to the House of Representatives. tn'eg. Represent!,

Committee from the Senate proceeded to the hoops to inform the House bill to be entitled, An act to establish! a Board! of
House that the Senate would then go into the election of an Associate Engrossed to bo l'ntitlt'tln act to change and fix the salaries Mr. Baldxxm moved a reconsideration of a bill to bo entitled, An ture for the State of Florida; J\grout].

'. Justice. and compensations, of the* Solicitors of this State; act to legalize certain acts of the Clerk of tho Circuit Court and Was read the third time, and on the question of its

Said Committee reported that they had perfr med the duty* aseigiied Was read the third time. ex otfcio Judge of Probate for Columbia: County11ich ; and : were : PWretk "
.. On the of its the and were: \\ motion said bill reconsidered and yeas nays '
them.Committee. question passage yeas nays eras carried vote on Yeas-Mr. President, Messrs. Avery, Baldwin, Brown of "
Yeas lessrs.Avery, Baldwin, Brown of Columbia, Brown of said bill referred to the Committee the Cofea.
from the House informed the Senate that the Hou'-o I I 0:1 Judiciary. bn, Brown of UilLsborongh, Buddington, Crawford, Finlev '.1.1i
concurred, and that tho House was then ready to proceed with said HHIfeborough: BudJington; Crawford, Finley, Forward, Johnson, House preamble and resolution relative to:claim of Levi F. Mo- House bill to be entitled, An act to prevent any ;;:
Maxwell McMillan Moselev Smith Stewart Taylor-15.Nays slier deceased persona
,. election.Mr. ; being made liable for the of
payment subscription
: Drown of Columbia nominated W. A. Forward. -:Mr.\ President, Mr. ,Austin 2. Was read the first time: rule waived: read the second and third : any or Mpscrip.tions .
to or news prndieal "1
Mr. nominated Samuel Said 1 hill passed.! Title as stated. times by its title, and passed. I any newspaper p hpers [ or periodical, or
Buddington Spencer. : document: or ilocurmnt; without said
Ordered that the bo certified to the House of Representatives. Ordered that the bo certified of I any person or persona shall l i,
.4' Committee from the House informed the Senate that: the names'\ oft same same to the House Representatives. subscribe] for ia writing, request or order the same to be addressed rr:

._ "I'. A. Forward and Samuel Spencer were in nomination. : to himself, herself or themselves
.' The :Senate proceeded to a ixtl'enth"Oting; the result was as; Engrossed Bill to be entitled, An act for tho relief of A. G. Gei- House resolutions: relative to the establiihmcnt of a Board of Agriculture Was read the third time, and on; the question of its ? tfo! t,

I follows : g'\"T: ; at tho city of Washington.; ; and nays were : passog f 1'
For Forxvard-:Mr. Pr'sid'ntIessrs.;\ Brown Columbia, Brown Was read the third! time; 0:1 the question of its passage the yeas Was read tho first time, rule waived I. read the second time by its yeas Yeas-Mr. President, Messrs. Brown of Columbia b
Browa. .
oC :
of Hillsborough, J Johnson Moselev[ Perrv.. 'Taylor--7. Result in and nays were : title, and referred to the Committee on Agriculture.Mr. Hillsborough, Crawford, Finlev., Forward, Johnson al ;
I i r
Yeas :Messrs. Avery Baldwin Rtown of Columbia, Brown of moved that the rule ha waived and he be allowed iwMoekw ,
the House, _'1. Total, 28. Finley to I j j I : Perry, Smith, Stewart, Tn.rlor-13. ,
For Spencer-Messrs. Avery, Baldwin, Buddington, Craxvford, HilUborousrh! Buddington, Crawford, Finley, Forward,,Johnson: I introduce a bill without previous notice ; Nays-:Messrs. Avery, BaMxx, Buddington, 1 IcJIillin-t ;
Finley, McMillan f : Smith-7. "Resultin the Hous.x,10. Total, :j.t Maxwell! )McMillan: :-eiev Y Stewart, Taj lor-11. .!.;, ., Which was carried, and !ho introduced a bill to be entitled, An Said bill passed. Title as !stated. i
Mr. President, :Messrs. Austin Smith-:'J. act in relation to the offices of of State
t t Blank-0. Result in the f House, 1. Nays- Secretary Attorney.. General Ordered that the same be certified to the House of Represeniitlves. t ;
There being no election, the Senate proceeded to a seventeenth Said bill P3i''Cl1.;; Title as stated. Comptroller antI Treaurer of this State ; '
Ordered tint the be certified to the House of Representa Which road the first and ordoreJ
l voting. sun: was tram, :! to a reading
Resolution: relative to the Public Lands in the! State of Florida:
I' .t. For Forw:1rd-\lr.:\ President, Messrs. Brown of Columbia, Brown tives.Bill tomorrow. Was read tIn third time, and passed. '
: to be entitled, An act granting to the Alabama and Florida Mr Finley moved that the rule bo waived and that he bs allowed
;k of HilUborough, Johnson% Moseley, Perry, Taylor-7. Result;: in Ordered that the same be ceriiJk-d; to the House of Representatives.
1 the House, :!S. Total, :33. i: Hail Road Company land; granted or hereafter to be granted to introduce. the following Resolutions :

For Spencer-0. Result in the Iiouse!< 0. to the State by the General; Government for the purpose of aid- ,r JlERI\ it may be desirable to the people of this State at sonic House bill to be entitled, An act to amend the laws in ..
now force :
For Maxxvell-:\ 'ss"So Austin, Balixvin: Smith-3, Result in ding in the construction of a (Rail Road from 1'cnsacol.i to :Montgomery \ future period, to appropriate the proceeds l of :such lands: as may have in relation to compensation to Physicians; .

"''l r., the Rouge 0. Total, 3. : ; been granted ]bj tIle United States to thc State ot Florida? .1 Seni- Was read tho third; tim .

Blank-:Messrs. Avery, Bmldington, Crawford, Fhiloy: McMillan Cam up for a second reading.On unary or Seminaries of Learning, to the! use of Common Schools: Mr. BaMxx offered the following! amendment, viz:
motion of Mr.[ Avery the Senate; wc-rjt into Committee of the Bo it therefore
Ht wart-H. Result in the (House, 10. Total, If. ,
Strike out of the; fifth line in the thtnl section, t.ieTOrU3 "at 69!
Whole on said bill, Mr. l Brown of Columbia in the Chair. licsthed die Scnaif and ]] of'ttic Slate
There being no election, the Senate proceeded to an eighteenth by once nf Representiflcrs Treasury of the State," and insert the words "by the! County."
voting.Mr. After some time spent ii coimJcration! of said I bill I, the Commit of:! Flcridtt in General AsscnWy roirrnvThat the Senators and Which was adopted.

Baldwin nominated A. E. 'ltxw'U.For : tee rose and reported said Lill back to the Senate with sundry Memkrrof:! the Hous" of Representatives in Congress fron: this State, : On the qietion of its passage, the! yeas and nn.pTer :

FCr'ardIcsrs.! Brown of Columbia! Broxxn of Htllshor- amendments ; be requested to use all the means in their power to procure the passage I \\l5--\I: President :Messrs.\ Avery, Baldwin. Brown of Colani! :

ough, Johnson, MostlexPerrx. -, Tax lor-0.; Result in: the House: Which was concurred in, and I said bill ordered to be engrossedfor : jf an act or resolution granting the ardent: of the United Statesto Ida, Drown, of [fIilh oroah.; Crawford, Finloy, Maxwell: McMillan,
a third reading to-morrow. the of the of such lands, have 'been ilonatcd
21. Total!, 27. appropriation[ proceeds as :Mosoley I Smith! Stewart, Taylor! -13.
For Maxxvell-:Mr. President, :Messrs. Austin, IblJwin--3. Result House bill to be C'Illitledn] act amendatory: to acts in referenceto by Congress to this State:; furl Seminary or Seminaries of i Nays-:\Je5 r5. Bcddington! Forward, Jolinsoa Pt'rry-L

in the lluuw, J 11. Tutal, 11. Militia and Pltrulllut\ Crimes :Misdemeanors: : Learning! to the use of Common Schools. I SniJ LII! ...lPfI. Title ns stated.
P.1. :
Was lend the second timp.Mr. Be It ; rp'rJml 'iI... tl.! .. Uo-rcmui uf iht- State .,
For Thomp \) -0. Result in the House, 0. further t Irs, anti lie
Ordered that: tIe! be certified to tIle House of Re resenta.
,- ... _. same
Blank-Messrs. .\n n', BuddinMon., Ct; vfnrd, Finloy, McMillan: John.oloO'rPtl! : i tl,* r.n -. J cm, U. is hereby! instructed! to fonvard a copy of the foregoing preamble
.. -........, .ro. Mait, i. liusuu in the House, t. 1 ft:1I, 14. :-lriJ\. out the wtirds and give his attention to said: finn/' in the and resolution to the two Senator and: the Member! of tho! Houseof tin=.
There being no election the Senate proceeded to a nineteenth- second section ; Repre-entutix-es in Congress, from the State of Florida. The following communication was received from the House of ,

ting, which resulted as follows! : Which was adopted, said) amendment ordered, to bo engrossed, Which xx-as carried. Representatives :
For Forxvard Messrs. Brown of Columbia Brown and said bill ordered to third '!orE OF REPRESENTATIVE., January 16th, 1851. .
of IIillsbo.t a reading tomorro.v.House Which was read the firt: time, rule waived, read the second time, f,
rough, Johnson, :Moselev, Perry, Taylor, ti( Result in the House, [ bill to be ('nlhk'llu act for the rdiof of Celestino Gonzalez and oaiered! to he engrossed for to-iiorrow. 1 IL.mora7jls President of the Senate :
Sir-The House I have passed the following! Senate bill and resolution :;
22. Total 2S.I'orMaxwellMessrs.. :
On motion of .Mr. liaMx-in\ tho Seriate adjourned until half past
: Austin, Baldxvin, 2. Result in the House, Was read the second time, and ordered for a third reading to 10 o'clock, to-raorroxx-, 3[. without amendment:
t -, 10. 'Iota1,1 !. morrow. Kill to be entitled An act to regulate Camp Hunting in the Counties .

t Blank-)1(18grs.t'ery, Buddington, Crawford, fouler, :McMillan: House bill to be entitled: An act to authorize Coley R. Stewart Fm.n", January 17, 1831.:) of Escambia and Santa Rosa ; ;,";
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Smith; Stewart: 7. Result in the Houv, """. Total I, l3.:. to sell and convey certain property of the infant heirs of Jas. Stewart And resolution for the relief of Henry. Wilson.
The Senate met pursuant to adjournment.A Also, resolution relative to adjournment sine die, with the foHor- *
.. There being no election, the Senate proceeded to a twentieth deceased ;
qcorutn being! present, on motion: of .Mr. Avery the reading of amendment viz
hob :
h, voting Was read the second time, and ordered to a third reading tomororw. ,l
t. t' the pnceeding of j-esterxlax*, was dispensed with.! Strike out "lSth" and insert 2 Uh "
A Committee from the House announced that thc' ;
of D.
!ia, < utme P.
.. The Mr. Maxwell, from the Cornniitteo on the Judiciary, made tliefolloxving In which amendment the concurrence of the Senate respectfullj
f Hogue wa in noniination. following communication was received from the House of
t,:. For Hogue-Mr.: Cr:1\\fod-l. Result in the House, 12. Total, Representatives: report : solicited.The 'oj
Thc Committee on the Judiciary, to whom wa referred a bill to following! Senate bills have been lost in the House, viz: '1
13.For Hor.sc or RHI-KKSKXTATIVES: January M, 1831.; ]bo entitled, An act to change the times of the Terms of the
Forward Mr. President, Messrs. Brown of Honorable President : ; holding Bill to be entitled, An act to amend the first clause of the tenth A:
HilUborough, of Scna'e : Circuit Court for Orange, St.; Lucie and Putnam C'ountieshave Lid ;;
article of tho Constitution of this State, so as to authorize the appropriation -
Johnson : Tax lor G. Result
Moselev, Perrv, in the House :O.
Total 2& ; :Sir: The House have passed the following bills and resolution! the same under consideration, and have instructed me to report in t of the proceeds of all lands: heretofore granted or which ,

viz : favor of its passage.'the be hereafter granted by the United States to this State for a I
For Maxwell-Mr. Baldwin 1. Result in the House may
.. 5. ... 4. Total Bill to be ('ntitlelJn act Incorporating the} City of Apalachico.la Committee have aNo had under consideration the bill to be Seminary or Seminaries of Learning, to the uso of Common School: .

;., For :Me Austin ; entitled, An act to amend the (arcs providing for the! exemption of And bill to bo entitled, An act to provide for fixing the Compensation
Smith Spencer 5. Result- in s"rs.the House 0., Budding Total 5. Finlev. McMillan, Bill to be entitled, An act to change the time of holding the Terms certain property from execution, and have instructed mo to report of Tax Asses and Tax Collectors for assessing and collecting !. r,
: of the Circuit Court for Orange, St. Lucie and Putnam Counties; that they approve the policy of said bill, and recommend its passage: taxes for County purposes.
r Blank: -Messrs. Ayer, Stewart, 2. Result in the House 0.-
Total 2.On Bill to bo entitled, An act for the relief of John T. Myrick, ; with the accompanving: amendment. Respectfully, }
; Bill to he entitled, An act to amend an act entitled! an act to provide A. I:. MAXWELL, Chairman. II. ARCHER.
motion of Mr. Ualdu"in.3 Committee was appointed to inform for the appointment' of Weighers of Cotton for the City of Tallahassee Amendment recommended by the! Judiciary Committee: Speaker of the House of Representaines.
the House that the Senate would
Justice until 11 o'clock postpone. balloting, for Associate and Town of St Marks, approved March 2, 1839: ;; Strike out the word "eighty' ," in the eighth;; line, and insert instead Which was read, and said Senate bill and Resolutions ordered l
n' '. tomorrow."l Bill to be entitled! ), An act to amend the laws now in force in re- tIe! fil1owiug, "one t hundred." to be enrolled. s'
Committee\ Committee from the reported House that they that had the performed House paid duty.. lation to the establishment of lost papers ; Wl Lich was received, and said bills ordered to be placed among The House amendment to Senate Resolution to adjourn sine die; I
reported concurred in
Bill to be entitled, An act to refund! Taxes paid by certain per the onlers of the day. Was concurred in.
the of the Senate
clock proposition tomorrow, A. M.[ to postpone said election until 110. sons of Hillsborough[ } : County, in the year IS 19: Mr. Rroxvn, from the Committee on the State of the Commonwealth And said !House bills ordered to be placed among the orders cf

ORDERS OF THE DAY. Bill to be:! entitled, An act to legalize: : certain acts of the Clerk of made the following report : the lax: *. '-1
the Circuit Court and of The Committee on the State; of the Commonwealth to whom of
Probate ,
Bill to he entitled, An act for tho Incorporation of Plank RoadCompanies cx ujjicio Judge for Columbia was The following communication was received from the House ;:
County ; referred the proceedings of a Convl'ntio:1lH.'ld in l1il1 Lor ugh Coun Representatives: ,-

\0 Was read; the second time and ordered to be for Bill to be entitled, An art relating to the offices of Sheriff and t)', in this State, relating to the removal of the remnant of the Seniinolo Horse OF REPRESENTATIVE*, January 16, 1S51.
third tomorrow.On ; engrossed a Clerk of the County of Ik-rnando; Indians from Florida t.> their homes in the West, ask l leave to Honorable President of the Senate: or

reading motion the Senate took until 2 o'clock 'H( (Jlutiin relative to a grant by Congress of a quarter section of report: Sir:-Senate bill to lie entitled An act to amend the act to Incorporate
a recess half-past! this .
evening. land for the Count,)- itc of Calhoun County ; That they believe the bill for the removal of tho Indians which the Atlantic and Gulf Rail Road Company, which had passed .

I' Preamble! and Resolution relative to the claim of Levi Mosbcr: has I'assetlthe present session of the General Assembly will accomplish both Houses of the General Assembly, and been transmitted to- ..1 1

deceased ; all that the Contention desired, or at l least is the best" the his Excellency the Governor for his approval, and was returned by :"

HALF-PAST 2 O'CLOCK, P. M.\ And resolutions relative to the establishment of a Bureau of Agriculture General Assembly} of Florida could do, taking into consideration her Excellency to the Senate whim his objections! to the Pa ss'getherehis ,j

The Senate resumed its session. at the City of Washington.Aloo !: limited resources ; your Committee, therefore, ask to be dischargedfrom of, and, after having passed the Senate over the Governor's vets! J
< \-*! House bill to be entitled, An act to establish a hoard of Agriculture l tte nato tan to I 1,0 cuiiikil, An: act to Incorporate the Apalachicola the further consideration of the subject. was transmitted! to the House of Representatives, has been considered 1

i for the State of Florida; :Mutual Insurance Company; Which is respectfully submitted. in that body, and having this day received the requisite constitutional 1
t Was read the second time, and ordered to a third reading tomorrow. Senate the enclosed arncndments, in which the concurrence of the R. BROWN, Chairman. majority, said bill is returned the Senate.Respectfully. 1
respectfully! solicited. Which was receixed.Also .

f 1'1 x" House bill to be entitled. An act in relation to Licenses ; The House have concurred in Senate amendments to a bill to be the fi.lInwing : ARCHER, 'j!

.J y Was read the third time ; on the question of its passage; the yeas entitled, An act to provide' for tho pavment of the Florida Volun Tlw Committee on the State of the Commonwealth, to whom was Speaker House of Represenatint''Which 1
and nays were : teers called[ out in the year 1819; referred the petitions of sundry citizens of Alachua and Marion was read. .. t

Yeas-.Mr. President :Messrs.\ Avery Baldwin Brown of Coluni- St.And Lucie a bill to bo entitled, An act to re-establish tLo Records of Counties: praying the creation of a nexx' County from parts of the Committee from the Senate proceeded to infom the House of Rep re-.r

bia., : County. said Counties Alachua and Marion ; also, a petition from sundry sentatix-es that the hour agreed upon by both Houses to go into thi ;[

ell, .McMillan\ Moseley, Smith, Stewart TlJlor-l4. Respectfully, citizens of Marion County, praying that the said new County may election of an Associate Justice had arrived, and that the Senate (
Xaj*-Mr. JohnsonI.Said 1. II. ARCHER[ not bo created,-have had the same under consideration ; and be was then ready to :go into said election.

bill passed. Title as stated. Speaker: House of Re presentatires. lie\"illg'that the creation of new Counties, at this time, will only leadto Said Committee reported that they had performed that duty.

'f Ordered that the same be certified to the House of Representa Which was read, and sauillouso bills ordered to be placed n- confusion in the Counties now fanned, anti that a general'"re-or. Committee from the House informed the Senate that the House;
mon? the orders ot'the day, said ameudmcnt concurred in, and said ganization will have to be made in all the Counties in Eat; and South concurred, and that the names of 3Iessrs. Brevard, Forward and

tives.House bill to be entitled, An act to prevent any person or persons I Senate bill( ordered to bo enrolled. Florid, before the next apportionment of representation by the General Baltzell, were in naminntion.

I being made liable for the payment of any subscription or subscriptions house Bill to be entitled, An act to amend an act cr.tit'ed an act Assembly; and as no serious inconvenience will likely result to 'Hie Senate proceeded to a twenty first voting, which resulted IS
I I I to [provide for the appointment of Weighers of Cotton f the the >etitioners by deferring tho creation of Counties
to any newspaper: or newspapers, any periodical or periodicals >r city [ new this follows:
f of Tallahasso and town of Marks: an'pro'dlarch': [; 2 1639 time, your Committee ask to bo discharged/ from the
or any document or documents, without said person or per. ; further consideration For Forward-Mr. President, :Messrs. Brown Columbia, Broxrnof
sons shall subscribe for, in writing, request or order the fame to bo by Read its title.the first time, rule waived, rCld\hc second and third times of said petitions, without reporting a bill. Hillsborough, Johnson, Maxxwll, Moseley, Perry, Taylor

,, himself herself themselves Respectfully submitted. Result in the
addressed to or ; On the house, 21. Total 3i
I',.i Was read the second time, and ordered to a third reading to. Yeas question of its passage the yeas and nays! were: R. BROWN, Chairman. For BrevanI-Messrs. Fmlev, Smith 2. Result in the House,?.
-Mr Fresident, Messrs. Austin, Avery, Baldwin: Brown of Which was received.Mr. Total 5.

f morroxr. entitled An certain Columbia, ]Brown of Hilbborough. BudJington, Crawford, Finley ; Baldwin, from the Committee on Engrossed Bills, made the For, Baltzell ;
House bill to be act to give privileges to John Forward I -0. Result in tho House, 5.
i '
J t W. Lowe Guardian of tae minor heirs of Fernando Lowe, deccat- Ta-lor-17., Johnson, Maxwell, M c 1 pillar, Moseley, :Smith: Stewart, .following report: Blank-Messrs. Buddington, Crawford, Mc3IiUan, St wartf.II '

;4 ed; Nays-None. Tho Committee on Engrossed Bills, report as correctly En 0 US(;', 3. Total, ?.

Was read the third time; on the question of its passage, the yeast Said bill grossed- There being no election, the Senate proceeded to a txvcnty-sec
iKissed. Titlo as ftn'.ed. An act for the
Incorporation of Plank Road *
and Companies; ond which resulted follows
were : voting, :
Yeas nays Mr. President, Messrs.\ Avery, Baldwin, Brown of Colombia Ordered. that the same bo certified to the House of Ronre* : entatives. An act granting to the Alabama and Florida Rail Road Company For Forxvard-:Mr.\ President, Messrs. Drown of Columbia,Broxrn

Brown of HilUborongli, Buddington, Craxvford, Finlej, John. House bill to bo entitled An : land granted, or hereafter to be granted, to the State by the of Hillsborough, Johnson, Maxwell, Moseley: Perry, Tlylor--8- .
General; Government
act to
amend tho laws for the
\ j.McMilllnIosel: now in force purpose of aiding in the construction Result die Total 31.
eon, Maxwell, ('}, Smith, Stewart;TRJlorI6.NaJINon in relation to the Establishment ,. in lIou5e-2 ,
of Lost of Railroad from Pensacola
Papers a House,
',: {'. ; to Montgomery; For Hre\'nrd-Jlessrs. Finley, Smith2. Resalt in tie
Was read the first time, rule waived, read the second time An act providing for the Investment of
} by its a i portion of the Seminary
Said bill ..aiSC(!. Titlo as stated. title and referred tho 2. Total, 4.
to Committee tho Judichrv. and Common School Fund Told.
Ordered that the fcamo be certified to the House of Representa- on ; For Baltzell-:Mr. Baldxvin-1. Result in the House, g.
llrusa bill to bo entitled, An act for tho relief of John T. :\Myrick ; Preamble and Resolutions! relative to lands granted to this State 5.
.tire i Wns read the first time, rule waived l read the for Seminaries of SteW'
1 Home resolution relative to Public Lands: in the State of FloridaI .ill? and referred to the Committee : time by its Learning. .[:lank-Messrs Avery, Buddington Crawford, .McMillan cl-
on Pmpot.itto 1S Anti Grievances. J\O. BALDWIN
I Chairman.; arl-?. House, 3. Tcta', 8.- [iV}hction-thc l1UltUpon

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loft THE FU>nimAX A JOV&XAU For Charleston S. CSdl(1ojt'r
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jioriui&J; To a Florida Gem of Beauty. 11&c: lIE TLIRT-to arrive in eight VALUABLE LANDSAND Tio-k1lers and Stationers Sherlff'sSalc.B '
From Ilia Ian J of> the north wind and cold drifting snows, ,.LzL ; or ten days-wi'J! return to the above virtue of a writ of fieri facias, t*ued from the
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, ofUcc of tim Circuit Court for tilt County '
part, if suflidiiit can be (bUflel. Pnrtia deirini Clerk'
E. i( To tho lanif of the myrtle,the orange, and nc, '; r f fliippinj to Clicrlfiiir, will please annlv to TOWN PROPERTY AT AUCTION.T OFFEU fcr sale cheap for cash or approved credit, cf L>on, Middle Circuit
R. AND PROFRIITOUS.jrBDA A vayforinvanfrcr in winter once camo, DUODlE&l'tTTES.SLMaiU (r a d<:rtnient ot' D jik of Florida w p' iutifT and William S. 31umk.r.

EDITORS 'NVbo loek told of ae and of time jiat his name; HcNAUGHT i OR1IOND, Newport. WILL OFFER FOR SALE AT AUCTION, on Books and Stationery, Taacy Articles &c. Administrator of Benjamin Hagaa. b UefcndanV I
January 18 1E51. 1- the first in 1&51 at Tallahassee. have levied upavtiJ will expose f>r *ile, before tie
2 tfMcNaught Monday
; But hIM Lciirt beat as lightly as in long Felintsry, ,
; years njjo their found Books f
1851. assortment '
JANUABY 18. Among may everyvariety Court House tOOT i-i the of TaHol l a' tB
SL (if not disposed of at private"mie before that time.) ( city assee, >
WLcn such beauty as Uune in youth nude it and de cript5oi, ui deportment of Literature
_- -- -- glow.In & Ormond"O"AVE the following valuaWe tracts of Ian 1, situate in the every tint M.HI.IIT Li Febmary next, wULbi gal4ouza,
:-- Science, and the\\Arts. .
f. lowin'\ decribtul to wit
of the General Assembly.flridav the land where the and on hand fir sale a fredi of County of Leon. Several of these trnrta ere adjoiaiiuy&r'in ? prcp rty. :
jjornment cypre s jessamine grow, JLi. Prime Java CVifie* supply : the Jnimodiatc vicinity of T..iiaI..i.csee and at Bibles,Prayer Cooks, Psaln and Ilycm Books W i S W i tccl a 1 i; E S E J gettintj 15; E $ ;.
the 24th iastant, lias been Where m winter ne'er driftcth the iceberg or snow, N E gecrkm 15 Town' 1 2 J i and iCcuntcinhisr 4
next, )-ittf Salmon ?%41. 1, the sale may IKS divided into lots to euit prarlsascrs: Of every kniJ. and other r2ltg'
-pod Z'Ofl bj joint resolution as the clay for The wayfaring wand'rer, in l beauty. a flower Kit* of Markerel No. 1. The v st half tf Ihe north-west quarter of section one. work* for all dcnoiiinati of Cliii thns. 2 It' acres more or k" .
the rf roil k-fisriont.and
General Assembly. Saw blooming like rammer, in sun ]lighted bower; Half anJ qr. barrels No. 1 and 2, cociaiiuinj* SO ers. NEW PUBLICATIONS upon as property
jSeidjournraent of the North half! of scclicn two, coi'talninj S20Eut to IKS oU to satisfy sai'i writ cf firi ficLv. k
Though the vision was flefth s,and WH-m'd but a dream, IV.logna: of Satisages J ilf urth'-caat; qrnrtcr section ::5, bOAU Received by the carlit co'ivi-yarias: from all ports A. A. FISHER, ShenI "- i .

chosen.In Twas a flower worth loving, though fleetingly m-cn. Keg* JlaLiga Grnpe of of the Union January :S, 1331. 51-5wProvisions
flection of Senator-Mr. Mallory Half and quarter Iwxes Raising tnwn lip one, range one, south and PUBLIC AND PRIVATE LIBRARIES _

accordance with a resolution previously Though it blooms not for me in it own sunny dime, Prime Digli-h Gohen Dairy and Butter Comxcou, Clieeic, more vest,or containing Jess,ineludiag the field at the 480 Supplied at the eiicrtcst notice, ani ou the most favorable i'r3Ii Flour, &.ti,| -.- .

dopfe'd, the two houses of iJe General As.jmbly Whore the orange and myrtle with ris entwine, Pine Apple do. 1)'pot. terms. rts. w. n. rrrn. FB.OM czw os..w.- -

into joint meeting on Monday Oh 1 there \\ith some lov'd one may it bloaxnn and Ju't received per Brig Suwauuee Lot No. 5 of the sontlhwcst q'wrter of section WRITING AND LtTITER PAPER. -3 c';"' P.DLS. FLOUR, '4

went grow, Newport January: IS, 1851. 2 tf on<*. towii'-liip one, rue one, Of every quality and (crictixn.. Ako. Colored, JL i O 27 do. Extra Family da ,
at 12 o'clock, for the election of Senator. waft and west eontasnin 10 Glazed, Muaic, braiagTiii.1 Papers of all colors.Ac. 10) do. tlo. do.! ito.l .
Toble with iU beauty heart
last, 3 a ai snow: '
pnre known th Me innl-w
Mr. Yulec received 29 Valuable Plantation for Sale. as <> Lot ft., 9 Cask Sides an On the first ballot WLIIc its fragrance with me shall forever remain, PLANTATION whereon the Ute Joshua IiI The south-we-1 quarter of sectm 23, contairun BLANK BOOKS, f f; Threes Duf3clJ, Stmoolv's l ,' Nid.oIson' ; '

rotes, wanting only one to elect him. The Though time flower in ltd beauty I call not by name rpHE_ P.vrd fon.ierly re1-! led, in Leon County, ned: :? 1591 A very larg asaortmr'it, comprlsbg a7mo f very and Sto ; it Shay's Sugar cared ifami, "* -...
LoU Nw.75 80 81 8C of section 25 eachct'rIthJIiLig
the first ballot UNCLE SOLOX. var'tv! of them of niatt-ruli 4 Tierces Kuc e-I, canvassed and plain Horua,
is the vole on : Lake Eric, containing 4P! Jtcre, of which some 20( uS3 ; most superior and workuuuisLp. -
following, 22 :CO Bbl* Moss and Prinis Pork, \ .
cleared under cultivation. On thj
yt-ujtSena--Mr. President Messrs. Brown sire an prouiL-a l4Ot. Non. S4, r,5, 30. in the oast half. *
10 t Psychology--Hessrs. Perry & Jones. coinfcrtablc franu Ht with tli2 FOR SCHOOLS 6 Clu-iSi-iaal Crown Sugar. ,;
Johnson : a Dwo"ing >i; e. nocc .
,{,jninmbia.Brown of HUUborough. svethi-ent ijuart*r of section 26, each(011'mUlIlig }
( These Messrs. and Jones < out house", ttc. Yhi Plantation Writing Books of Pens IU 'iii2Apiks, '-'. -
M *1 T. Perry, Taylor 9. gentlemen, Perry ary jionsehesmany 10 superior paper, Pencils. Re- IVtatoet.BEliliY. '
25 2
iiiirclL rLuitin'
advautagos.as 1t adjoin* the pi ,
jj01Mr. Sp 8ker. Ietr. Anderson. Bennett, have delivered several Lectures to large assemblages in-.re c>r less, all in township one, together : & ROWLEY.Janoory 1.
for cuttle and i h The New-
Itanilam. Dilwortli; Fmlayfion I Hnwes .T. S. the range HVWV good gs. T.imse oic: nr.h an 1 we't.Tlie all the popular Sckool Btx-ks now in u-ia Among .
1hfleT.,wxJ. VT. J'si. Kenan, Kilrrcafe, Lott Magbec, in this city, on" the subject of IVychology. pert an-1 Girgia 1'huik Road will pass within 4Hi( ) to we--t Irjf northwet qiurtcr, sectiniSO thiMe are fl Ie' Soirtlit-rn! Reader, and several other very 4, 1 3I. 52 '

jjiltoo I Smith, Stan Jl.-y, StUCk, Taylor,and Wardlaw We are at a loss to say whether rIo()(!,yard or throughjthe- of the dwelling whole and k-ng.li I tliink of f the will Plantation go online the: ,*t4iwa-h< one,ruIc one,n
ea11 containing 80 ,
-". their wonderful and wlIeI this Road ('(eoniplet, v hirh i is undor ccntnict -
experiments are more or amu H We.tKt\ : \ south-west quarter of rection 3, Embracing almost every article usually found in an J. c. DAVIS ,
to bo done by the lt f J.i'i'.iary, li 52, i o
'flieVhig with the exception of Mr. sing. Certain it is that we recollect no occafeion Plantation on the whole line of the lio'td will surpass> > township contiin'ui one, raiye one, norih and extensive Bot'kstore. Also, a large assortment of elegant T> CSrr.CTFUI.l-Y nmt the attention of the in1.X '
ve't '
80 nrtbitanisol time city vt Talljliijii aid sur.
yoeley, voted blank, as did also Messrs.Ihld"in when we have laughed so much and it ftr COIIM itiuucv, ttIt k now iifTortKl f*.>r wile at alrjrmnin. \Yesi hill southwest quarter, st'cion 8, FANCY ARTICLES. u-ulini: country to his har.dsonir and Mel) selected

wondered much the when Per-on? d."=irnua of purcluing, will please town-hip one. range one, north and tock of Fall anil Winter GoyJi.jnl receivrd lr,.m
so as night
YuJec on
Democrats. Mr. Too
i and McCall, alI on Jovplj Chaire-, E-q, who will bhow thiiu the rromerous to particuLirize, ernbncing a great
80 Phila lfl hiaa-ui New
we-t. containing New York, Orlean, inehiiding !
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received every Democratic vote with these we had the pleasure of attending one of their lanJ. Fur tcna*, n 8, township variety of Ormmenta! anl Fancy Goo-Is, Elega'itStationpry thy Goodwill vim in'-.deerip;inns; amo g which 0
of donn-itu and
: fi-reign manufacture IVeenationG
nomination. lectures. Fort Straa-bury, FLu two: range one, north and weat, containing will be l'.>und Ladies DreGo,.d* in gre.it vaiiely of
No other of vnri .
exceptions. name was BENJAMIN BYRD. : < v.is kin-Is c, c.AH
u and nice aid larp"dor1rufnl of Gotriit
123J -t\l 1.> i lettmtleu'.en
We understand that they lecture again at JanuarvlS, 1851. 2 tf Lot N<>. 1, fractional faction CO, town liiptljye Teachers of,which Trader are, offered anl 3It-rcliants at the very, appied lowest! price"oubu [* we.tr ; Hintny,
On the socond ballot the result was the the Court-Houe! tins evening. We doubt not receive 1 bv several late arrivals from New range one, north and west, con- mot reasonable ttrins. Sfi'itx, Hatf, anJ Caps ; Groreiiu iinil Llqunr*,
JUST taiimig 74J IteaJfj'iiia-le Clothing in great rarirfy ol stjtes l .
that all who attend will be for and fur sale by C. C. BYRD & Co. Also W JL WILSON AGO'S.. .
tame. On the third Mr. Yulee's vote was amply repaid East half, Math-cast quarter, section 17, FLORIDA ALMANAC, .jUiliries, and j>rictNigri; > Ktrtej*, Linscjj,
the of time and in the amuse 20' patterns (Ladies Drcs*) Bareges, towii-hip three, range one, north ant Wuh all the Astronomical calculations for this latitude French Bed M-tckjnaw and Xrsrro Hlankets.
then the election was postponed.On expense money
one less/and 5 do do do Polka, do, ea* coutal'iin 80 is now o.Tercd L-r gale, und wSl bo sent to any All ot which will behold at sudh! prices, frr ca'h, -

Wednesday another effort was made, ment and instruction which they will receive. Wnli a variety" cf oilier goods for dress. West half southwest; qiurtcr, section 1, port of Fieri Jo. Price 12| cents the siasjk copy, o"r as cannot tail foj PleJe the mo-t U-l idiom. Fuidx-

See advertisement in another column with -ALSO- twwn-hip three, one, north and ono dollar the dozen. srr-iaref'fet/rrf to call and examine his block |>retioiwto '
when Stephen R. Mallory, Esq., of Key 10 A :No 2 Plough*, 40 A No 1, do, west, coutiiintng range 80 December 23,1850. 51 tf making theirsileetions eNt-where. hlisituro

Vest, was chosen as follows : the Card several gentlemen of intelligence, 100 A No 1 and 2 Ploturh Points, South half nc-ction 2, town-hip two, range is next door to the Sentinel Printing O&ce. -

foi MAIWULT---Srnatt--Messrs. Austin, Avery, vho have been admitted into the hiddenmysteries" 5 kegs Supreme-ALSO-(Jo-Jica Batter, one, north and west, containing: 320 Farming Inpleaients."VTORFOLK December 21, IS-j'J. 5 J

Balton. Brown of Hillxltorough, Buddington, Craw- of Psychology. 10 North half w>etu>n 1 1, townOiip to, range No. 2 Turning Plows B'arznrl Sweeps, Fresh '
Cheese Arrival
fitiFinley,*McMillan, Smith, Stewart 10.jy ). 5 bags La aira CoiTe one, north and west communing S20 -.- 'i Bullt(>ngres. Axes. hues Spsfles, Rake Fork,
jw lMesTB. Allen Anderson, Baker Battle, Lot No. :',, fractional sectiia 12, town-Lip Corn-heller,Strawcut :r. Han lmiU- Burr MinttonesWaggiMicr's Of Groceries and Western
Atlantic and Gulf Hail Road. 10 liarres! Mercer Potatw, 'fI
JMt Brownell, Brown, Bryant. Buniham, Ferguson, 10 Extra Flour two, range one, north and west, containing Jackrews; Trace LOST. Fifih mini BrenstChaias Nsw OrIra's Urnwn Sn. ar.1' Su;ar Cured
Familv ,
Gfljtw. H( pkins Lott. Magbee. Mathers McCall, The message of the Governor vetoing the 12 bigs No 5 j, ft an-i 7 Bird Shot 115 ; Wheelbarrows Cartwheels, WeL'puIh'vis, Ax, Nf\v York Di>ul>!e IL-fir.ed! Leat La d

riammT, Scott, Shine, Turner and Wilkinon-21. act amendatory of the net incorporating the 24 dram" Fre-b Fig Tie last mentioned tract L* situa ed at the Lea,] of Juot received, and for sale byMcNAUGHT I'mslird Su. nr, j Sahratu.
L.tiil Jack-on and include* a'l tlut va'.ualle! l l.m-1! cx-
Total-31.Fot Jt ORilOND. Rio Cot! iK.ce, j Il.ick
Yn-KE-Senaff-Me rs. Brown of Columbia, Atlantic and Gulf Rail Road Company, was 2 Irarrel" sujKrior uiL-d Apple". twi'linsj from the fv-nco of Mr. Carr, on tho Lake, !iearly Newport, Dec. 2% lK5o. 51 tf. DriedPrt chfand :\pple.j Floor, Sr I.
18, lfrf.1, 2
Fflnrard,Joluwun, Maxwell, Motley, Perry and Taylor under consideration in the House on Thurs to the fcnco of the Orchard 1'ond I'LintaaoiL It Just received and for sale low for each
?. contains about K35 acres. V'sides a large ext nt of valuable The Quincy Male and FemaleS J. C.
How- -Mr. Speaker Mes.qrs. Bennett, Bradley, day last, and finally passed over the veto bya FLETCKERVILLE HOUSES alim id hind attached 1o it bv dniinlng and the Decemb-rSl.IS-V). 50

DHworth, FiaUywm Hawes, J. S. Jone J. W. Jones, vote of iii yeas to 11 nays. The bill was (is MUT OF Tiioaf>iu.E, croaci.v.) ri-ceding of the Lake, and not iucladed iu the estimate ACADEHY.

Kern KilrrcuTic. Milton Smith, Standley, Stecle, PRIVATE BOARD, all thiaincludedat: $10 pr of i iis contents. THE Exercise' c.f tl.u Iiwtitution will I.e resumed TAILOEIIIG.snb .
returned to the Senate, which body it had _I Tra\ filers FiR.r MOMM.T i.v FECKUARV, 1851. The .
7sr1w and Wardlaw6. m inth. accommodated, without Li- At the same tine and place snb criber would minim the

total-23. prcuouiJy) passed, and is now a law. '/uorsi heap cheapothan Cotton tells. I will offi r f.r; anle the fjllowi-ig Lands situated in Female Deportment will I be under the charge of Miss 1. ljm-i-iee! that he commenced !
]luc Sma/c Mr. President-1.Jhutr I,. P. SMITH. GADSDEN) COUNTY AMANDA O. EM a-i-ied bv her sister, and Miss si.ieand respectfully solicits a
-Messrs.Longford,Long and Maxwell S. Report on Federal Relations.We January 18, 1851. 2 Cm The fcouth-east quarter and cast half of eouth-west KLIZABLTH ATWATER. Th3 Principal believes patronage.
lie has iio-.v obtained what be has for Mime time past Store the Florida txchaae.t .
Total-t. shall publish in our next the Report on quarter of .section :J5, township 2, range S, north and been tite opposite
endeavoring to secure- of such
Lost or Mislaid.A Garments: cut to order.
Mr. Mallory having received 31 votes ((30 Federal Relations nade from Committee by west, containing 240 acres. Teachers as will give a high character to the Fenvde J \.ME3

being to a choice,) was declared Hon. Walker Anderson in the Lower House.It NOTE of luuid fir JO, payable to Joan C. Mont- DJs tract known by the name of the Clear Hammock Department, ant 1 xTurd every facility: to Young La lie* Novrmber 33, IS50. 47
necessary ford, dated some lime in July. 1S5< and payable vat of Little River, ant 1 is believed to ba equal
to acquire a thorough Education, both in the solid !
duly elected Senator of the United States fur is chiefly an argument distinguishing the right of secession from revolution, and in favor Tiiit H to forbid all pyrsou.* trading fur sail note, as xve-t half of north-ea.-.t quarter of section 7,
of tao
six yeare'from the 4th of March next. by 3iitlemeu highest authoritv. The elder A Complete a33trtin-nt, just received
of the former in certain contingencies; the same has bei.n pai-l town-lap 3 i, rouge 5, north and west, ccmtoiiiing SO of them has been for several years engaged as Principal '/'thv McNAUGHT A
While we do not disguise our deep regret but recommends acquiescence in thy Compromise JOHN C. MONTFORD. acrci.Alo. of a flourishing Si'ho l in MeniphL, Ten: ejwe, Yewjxrt I, Dee. 23. I.O. COFUST t

at tlie failure of the Legislstuie to return Mr. measures. It recommends prepata-; January 18 1 1 Nil. 2 Zt !fallowing Lo's in the Toim of Tallahassee where KIVJ gained a high reputation as an accompliJi-

tion for those North Addition and Ccuniy Qr. ci and succes'fid Teat her. They will inr.ict in all received and for sole by C. C.
Ynleeto the station which he has for six contemplated threatened events, Notice.SIX ,
tic! branches of an Engli-s'i court, together wirb Mu- 10 burrels real iloreer PoJatoc., :
and is accompanied by resolutions recognizing months after dale, the undersigned viill Lots NOP. PS, 9t4, 102 103, 15t, loO, 13S, ISO. Cos-tan Butter
filled with such eminent fidelity to the pre- ti.% French, Drawing, Painting. EaibruiJcty, tc, Ac.- 5 begs superior ,
the right of a State to recede in case of his account and voucln i is to the Hoiorable Lots No-i. 10, ly, and 2D, iu the Sou-Ji lull th2 The Principal will take charge <-f the MdD part- 10 barrels Mannnoth Onictn,

state and credit to himself, we rejoice that \iolation of the Federal compact, anJ a bill Judge 01' Probatp of Leon County, a Admni.t rater County quarter.The" meat He will bo aided by Mr. M. M.! CLAUKC, and 5 qu-irttr barrels fresh caught Na 1
on the estate of Ge .te %V. Ilarrcll. late ol Leon above Lands and Lots will be sold free of all Shall U S U M
to succeed him has such other assL-tiints CA the want of the S2hool
one way for calling Stale Convention in may ,
every certain
a con County, deeeaed!, and applv fr a final dittmare incuinbrancvs and n the fallowing terujt :-Otrjthirdin require. The Iiu-titutiou U fana-Led with an extensive November 23, 1850. -4.Q
ken selected ia the person of Mr. Mallory. tingencies. Under all circumstances, the report troin the nduiinistrution (1> 5.101! estate.L'ENJAMIN caA-tirj balance in one zuil two years with good Philosophic-, Clwraicol an'l Matltematica Apj a-

Iu his election, those \\ho have been opposed will be looked upon \\ith favor as moderate BYRD. Adn'r. uil red notes and a lien on tlie property until the ratus; tl.is together with a well < ee ted IJbrsirv, cadai ; Plantation and Negroes
and Fort S'ar.sbury: Jatiuar IS, 1S51.: 2 i Cm la>t note L> paid, with interest at eight per cent JH.T
firm, whatever differences may exht extensive Cablwt: of Mineral'*, containing a large PIIC un4erigne-l oiTjrs for sale a
Mr. Yulee's the Compromise frut.i date. K. 1C CALL
to coarse on annum,
as to the legality of secession. Some nun.b'jr cf pecinicns lecied! both iii our own and ia JL tioii, Ivir iu MaJi'cii Cornty. '
and other questions, will find no cause for rejoicing. of the compromise are think portions too Notice January 11, 1651. 1 tsExccutor' foreign countries affords supcrit aJvuntsgi t> the S..nJy For X on the Ocilla Kiv r. The

we imntl.s frnn thi* dale, I hall apply to the stuJtnt in /ierir2.aad serve to inNTi-st him in Ii5* Khidie tolii;COO ftcroa ca laiul, Gi* Lu.wir.Ml rf
He is of them lie has a- SIX Sale of Nerocz.I .
not one strongly and wrongly characterized.FloriJa of Probated G d-dsn County lor letters -% A new Btjarduig-Housa,eoii-iilerabTy larger than ci and unitr good ..ucc. Uptn the

pain and again: given to the course of his predecessor Republican. of ili'-mis-ion Irom the aciiTiinitlralionol lheist| >ite SHALL offer for salc.at public outcry, in the town the one formerly occupied,is nv biiiUiiig in a healthy enmLrtaMe dwelling houw out Louses,

of John B Burr, deceased of Qubey, Ga'Jd County, H-jri-Ja, en the first an 1 retired part of tlie tuvTU, for th;; acciHiinioJatwa veil ft'ocke-l wirh; apple orsn-je. icch.

(Mr. luke) his most explicit and WILD CAT.-Wo learn by our late pipers : i. A. DrRU, Ai'.minisfrttor.Cladsden Monday in February next, of the Teachers and student*. 'i'LirtU3
unequivocal commendation, and expressed his from Mexico, that this Chief has succeeded ia County, January 1 -, 1551. 2 CLB 'I'liti-ly-jSiriM Ii/ioly IVoqrro SIivisbc'loigii by the Principal, who besi.io.'i paybg every i-ttontion situation i is healthy aivl well watered.
;to the estatef RcuVn 11 hicks, deceased, to th'' Itf.ltli, coinf>.rt, ant morals of the Sculeit-> very bjaadi'al lake directly in Lent of
strong desire to Eceihat gentleman re-elected. concluding a treaty with the Mexican Government In Chancery.IN late of Virgiuio. Term of saleCi.Ii.I3UII'VELL committed to M clmrg will al- > also a-sit and direct house

Going to Washington, he will take the place under which considerable grant of JEFFERSON CIRCUIT COURT. B. WILKES, them Li their studies tluring the hours not Ciccupiid Also-a family of eight negro*"?.
land and privileges arc accorded to him and Esecutrr of Last Will an!! Testament in School exercise. Board including washing, G. A. ts'f
vacated Mr. Yulee the noble band of Tiill PartiJivn l JJiftriLndon
in JJtlar.
by his band of Seminoles, and he stipulates in return for nr of Q-jincy. January 11, 18M. 1 tsPig's will rug at prices varying from j"3 toIt) p -rinontli. November 16, 1FEO. 45 :

Southern patriots, by the side of IJerric'n, to protect the Mexican borders fioni the Alexander Scott, Adminia'.rator deceased of Aaron B. C. Scott, Feet. Ioard may aLso be olttaineJ b te\end respectable Crtnrlc JP-A 4
famiuif in the place. A brick AciJemy M aLso iaproe IXw.
Hunter, Mason, Butler, Soule, Davis, and inroads of the Camanches and other wild t* KEGS (very fine article)just received, anl for 4 of con-trucrion, mimi w expected to lnr ready Ft I.argm ned coupMe assortment of

kindred spirits-.wila them to resist Northern tribes. Wild Cat has with him a number of David E. JL Scott, an 1 others.r 4-., bale low. J. M. V.'ILLIAMS.Jj.atry for the reception of the School bumeUme during the 4:1:

Negroes and Indians whom he brought from this enue, it appearing from die allegations cf : 11. 1851._1_ first seion. 5o, bushel River Oat, and
injustice with them to do battle for iSouthwn Arkansas \\hom he has been of the bill verified by aaldavil of Complainant! For further particulars respecting Boar, Tuition, Planting Potatoes for sale br .

rights and the Constitution ; and in him over regulaily/ that Defendant.] II M. Sciitt does not riHe 1:1 the Notice.A to. Jtc, see printe.l Catalogue, which may be obtained XcXAUOUT .t

his appointed Governor, by the Mexican author State of Florida, but hns fljj to pans unkiiowii, not LL nrMons, creditor, legatee", enlillrt! In cli"i <- bv application to Newport, Doc. 23. 1850. 51 ii
co-laborers will find not only a willing but ities. Amongst his functions is that of Justice out of the United States: / tr.btiton or otherwise ntlfresteJ in lliecslaiq X. IL STEWART, Principal.Qa'incy .

aa able auxilary. We feel that \ve may con of the Peace. It appears that the recent / t* thrrefore OnLreJ, Tint the raid David R M. ol Aaron !B. C. Scott, late of Jefl.-isoi Couiity, f lo- December 23. 1 b5 J. 51 Line.sks S

frosts have done to the ofTexa Scott appear aiJ anw.r, plead or d'aur to tcid B'lli rid i, !eea.sed, are hereby notifitd to exhibit tnt-ir h Thonnston Lim.\ fur sale
gratulate our Southern rights fiiends at home great injury crops or before the fr-t Monday Ln June nt-xt, or the claims am! dinandiithin tvo \ars from thfs date Particular Notice. :)u JI.-XAUGIIT 4

and abroad on the selection of one entirely Louisiana Stale Repubi icazz.OBITUARY. same will be taken fur eonfed a* to him, ani set to the >1fHig'i >imeiil be bjnwl ; ami S-abscrib--r Lw thanks Newport, Dec. 23. 1S5<>. 51 tfL
down for luaiing rtj>nrit: J'roi'id-d, That iliis Order all pecans indt-titfil t to *JH! deceased, me re'j'jcsud THE respectfully returns to
worthy cf their confidence. citizens of Taiah.i-! and the aurroaiiiliiig
pubh-htH) fur f..ur months weekly in omeu'wspsper to mJ{ j ui6iiat! pavint-nt. Groceries, Fruits, &
jmblished in TalLdiabsec prior to said first Mon ALKX.VM1ER SCOTT, Adm'r. country, for their past liberal patronage to hun ; but
Election of Judges and other'OfScers.llie Died!in this city, on llmrMlay mon.i g. the 9th iiit tnof day in J June.January JefftrsinCCUaIY, Jaaua:> 1I.1S51. I 3m exj-ectiug to leave tlm t-ity very sooi, he very pollelyrequests 1)JUST Orleans received and per store ScLr.from A. N.other JL-KAY.
tlt'xm 5 debtexi him to niuke bnmcdiattly
f Consumption, Mr. CIIAKLES IXtillAM, aged 49 Bill, If51. to p.iyment -
principal bu 'meta of the Legislatures THOMAS BALTZELL Notice.T.IF. as he cannot leave without the one thing 25 barrels superfine and extra

duting the present week, has been the elections. years. Judge. twjcdftd. Tl e most of my accounts will be found intl.c 6 boxes Cheese,
A tnia : I umlfrsier.ed luting mace Home new arrange-
Mr.! born in Bibb copy Whisker
Ingram was County, Georgia was kinds of II. T. BLOCKED who will the & ,
Four Circuit Court have been C. (I. Firr, Cl 'rk. :. in li: busiinrs--, requests all jitrotinJciitcd receipt 2 Coci'a Nuts '.
Judges ,
in 1835, a member 'f the Gi-orgia Legi-luture from January 18, 1851. 2 4mBOUTS to rill and -cttkun. In future ten ill Lee;' same.or iiivttlf at C. A. Nadfs Cotton Odice "

cLown, to wit, Thomas Douglas, Esquire, for 1AC County, afterward.* removed to Muccn, s here Le ouiiook*. hut sell iiii go.ds c\clu-ivery lor cash ..rproiijfe S. F. BURNEY. 8 5 loses LOWJJIK Apples,, .-

the Eastern Circuit, .Wayles Baker, Esquire for many years cxtcniivrly engaged ii; mercantile SHOES, HATa', AND CAPS, just it- and bv so doing lie wilt be abU- toill at January 4.1P51. 52 5 kegs Grapes. -*, #4r
andloi salebvGCORGE living loch he promise tu do,
prices \\
In 1845 he removed Florida in the the lowitit 1 bag Pecan Xuta,
for the Middle Circuit Hawkins pursuit to Groceries.JUST .
George S. II BESTIVICK.January and request->lii oldcu-toinersand others x i hingtu *

Esquire, for the Western Circuit, and hope of benefitting his own health and that of his JR, IS'%'!. 2 tf buy Jft'.v, to jrive him a call. He lusin hand a good received per Sehr. McKAY, from New Or- Ae.Sugar far sale Cured by Hams, Cotfcc, Lard, A. '

family. He was for many jars a member of the assnhtmer. "f Slices, ILls, Caps, IIIancfts! Cotton ;
1)cceniber 23, lWf>. 51
Joseph Lancaster, Esquire, for the Southern Methodist Church, lived a consistent profcMor, and $50 Reward. ,tnd Woollen Goods, &.C.,
GrtuiL Of the newly chosen Judge of this died iu the full a".uranceof the Chrirtian'B hope. A STOLEN, on the ni 'ht of the Mi h'tonf. from a Jateiaiyd.U'Pi- '.51. 51 AMOS KICHAKDSOX.Atheneum 400U So bbls.!- Flour Clear, bides LLOYD &, PERKINS'
the Hotel POCKET
City containing
Circuit, General Wayles Baker and left to the los Ibs. Cuiivused Ba uerreaa Sky-light
we may large interesting family arc mourn Notes, Accounts and inemorun Ji: of great value 2500 Hains,
toytiat to all the virtues which constitute of a fond huhbuud and father, and the community a to the owner, and to lioii: only. Al-o. >295 h Classical Institute.HE 45 bbls.! Whi.-key, Over E. Bernard't Druy Sitre.December %
of the above scL/ol will ba gamed lot bu-bsl Oats" 51 ...
I i'ls exrrci-e-s n 28, 1850.
worthy citizen. IL eec/i, cotoistmg t.rltteituilly (fivc) iinon the
gentleman, he add, we believe, the legal Bank of St. MoryX and ub ) probably wine bills upon T tin llroilay, the Cth January instant Terms 20 kegs White Leaf Lard. .

taming necessary for a Judge. The other Books the Rank of Chitr1eun, and also other Oi-orgia money. ?-40 per icbolastic year often Month* IJourd can bjobtouied BERRY A ROWLES, Auctioneers. Sale of Negroes.

gentlemen well AU or nearly all of the St. Mary's bills lave ou the in tise neighborlH at 7 or es per moatk December 23,1'-5i>. 51 It order of the Court of Probate of V
of known.
are, coarse, To3ge either Law Mi-icellaneous 1is limited to twenty. There is B
GENTLEMEN having or bark tlie priratc mark of a broker. The numbutpC P'-'l the undersisned will sell at } ,
Hawkins has been- paid the compliant property of the Bubwribor, are urgently The above reward will Se given to any porwin who now a vacancy fi-r: fumu- or five. All t\v\ branches of a New Goods.THU ,saitS County, on V.eil -o.rt ihc *\ .
to return them imiMd'iair.lu.IL taught. The Institute U i.itua- ca-h, the following Negroes, namely -
requested office Collegiate CMTMare for ,
of re-election by a vote nearly unaniDOUS. will furnUh evidence cf the tliiff. Apply at this : SubecriU-rs lave ju-t rcceirc.l per rjitket
11 HILTON. tedin'theB dT.ird neighborhood out ten miles from Ji-rrv.and Atnanc2aUlouging to the "
January 11,1651. 1-5w K. IL Gamble, a large addition to their '
JanuAry 18, 1651. 2 2tPSYCBGLOOY Tallalia sc, and has been in successful operation Air Stock of (loods, consisting in part ot the following articles Hart, deceased.'
List Welvc months wider charge JAMES L.
Leon Female Academy. and fur the
t'p to the time of this present writing only years, PriflClflI.Applieatin1i %iz: JOHN S. H. -
Trut of the Leon Female Academy take of the resent Si.gr-brosc-n, j-ollow, Crushed, granulated Avloaf, (
to of the Supreme Court Judges have been THE method of informing the public that they can OJBee.be made to -Prindpai, or to Dr. Cotiec Rio, Lnguyrn, December2m Surviving, l'iSO. Executors 50 ol ,

tboben, Meiers. Anderson and Semmes, the B Y *pecial requc.-t, Dr. Poiur will experiment in have opened the al,ovc Institution, under the superin-| Vasli. or jtt this JESSE T. IJEIlNAllD, PrincipaL CluKolate-Cocoa & Uroma, :

JSYC1IOLOGY again, tins evening, January teii'lenc of \V. P. Ci-xxixr.HAM, of South Carolina, Teas-black and preen, Ready-Made Clothing.
2er of Pensacola, the letter of Apalachi- 18, 1651, jwhitively the lohttimc fur las engagement* winch Institution will afford all the advantages of a January4,1851. 524wNotice. Bread-Pilot and Navy, ;

e first a democrat the second a whig are such a to compel liini to lea\e ou Monday morn thorough and remind udticsition. We nojw to place it Crackers-butter,water,lemon,soda,sugar A"Boston JL-L TTEIR; A Maries of such obviate the of send l efct Gehcrt a choice and well selected supply cf of new clothing 1 -
'fl1ee ing. new experiments will be given, meL on a mting as to nm-KMty Batter- > ,
are both gentlemen of high character, of the Stockholders of the Union A o mating of figcered Silk Satin, and Cashmere '
as to be interesting and entertaining to the audience.TALUUIASNEE ing our cliil-lren from home to acquire knowledge MEETING Cheese-'ap sagt,pine-apple,Eng dairy common -
and veil established reputation as lawyers. T rum Kfunion .l41fnh/L. Rink of Florida will be h-Id at the Banking Flour-Nor Jwru, V.'estera, Buckwheat A Rye, Vesting; Cloth, Doeskins, and Ca>Linere Pants; Beaver ,
per of ot Tallahassee Monti the ploth, and Blanket Overcoat Also, Tweed Sack '
FA House in the City on iy Candles-adimantine and ,
14 pure sperm
To the offices of Comptroller and Treasuj. \Ve, the \mders>igned, havin ju January t attended ,a 1851.Course The Fir t Cb s, in which will IK taught all the higher 11 day of February, for the election oiDirectors.1lY Swij) -a gruat variety and Overcoats fur boys; which they are prepared to

?, Maj. Jno. Beard and Dr. William R. Hay of Private Instructions from Dr. Perry in the nck-nce. branches Greek if of desired.an Englt-h Education, also Latin and L. ItUTGEIl5.{ Cashirr. Spices-pimento, ginger, pepper, mace, nutmegs, selkj priest which will give satisfaction to all woo
23 00Sffond
4.1S51. 5'2: 5tA favor them with a call
of witnessing January cloves
( rL'd have been respectively elected, one a experiment Psydinlogy* performed by lam in many bin jmblic marvelous exliibitions. G'ViM- Spr 11 ng, Reading, Georgraphy, Es enoe.-ti great variety, December 14, 1850. 49 ,
Arithmetic Natural His Notice.
[xncr&t and fcther a whig-both estimable deem it due to Dr. Perry to state our firm con- Eiiglinh Grammar Also, figs almonds, rol-ins, currants citron apples, hc.

gentlemen ictir m of it* trutlt 1 lis knowledge of the ocience ho tory, ConiK| *>ition, Ancient anJ Modern His- the first Monday in February, 1S51, agreta- oranges, dried apples, dried peaches, candies, Ac. For Sale. .
excellent officers. Recitatic 20 CK)
advocates, and capacity to impart: iiifunnatiou m relation tory, ns. Arithmetic ON to (the latvill and testament ol Man Rice,White lieou.--,Split Pea,Fulton Market Beef. 42 gallon Demijohns choice old Jamaica Rum,2 '
Our young friend, John P. K. Savage has to it* practice in worthy of our highest recommendation Tli;irJ flax*-SJH lling.Reading.AVriting. fl1flUsdeceased, 1 will offer for sale, to the highest We have also rveruited our stock of furniture, hard 2 Pale Sherry, i '

Wn chosen Clerk of the Court. : and we. in closing this card, would imiie Geography, History, English Gram 15 00 bidder, before the Court Hoii e door in ttie town and follow wares, dry-goods, hats and saddles, and 210" kegs rich Cherry Bounce, ?. *tj 1

Supreme the closest ecrutiny and investigation of a eubjcwt, mar, of Mananna, the following; Land : and it is now very complete 2 20 Holland Gin, ., -

Solon Robinson. which in our opinion, is'% when understood, to have a J'ourtk Cl Mu-ic
most important bearing ujxm tlie improvement, both E 4 ofSec3-IT6, R 10, N and W, McNAUGHT A ORM05D. 10 kegs Buckwheat, i : I
This 10 00
distinguished Agriculturalist and warm phy wcally and meutally of the human race. BY- THE- TRUSTEES.- N \V 4 1 of Sec 31, T C, R 10, N and W, Newport, Di-c. 28,1850. 51 tf. 10 Butter, *

focnd of the Union and Constitution-for maJ JNO.: WESTCOTT. M. D, N. A. LONG, M. D. January 11, ISSI. 1 tf S E4o1 Sec 33. T 0, H 10, N and W, :10 bbls. Batter and Water Crackers,
ALLOT JOHNSON, JNO. FINLAYSON, Coi.UmingG 10 acres ut! as good I lind as *ny in the b Tallahassee High School. 2 Pilot Bread, '5 *

& hard hit has he given the aboiltionists GEO. STEWART, B. F. WAKDLAW.A. Groceries &c. State known as Ihe Loll place. Persons desirous lIE exercises of this school will begin on Thursday 20 buulieU Rye. ifl'L -

*>v j in our njidt, on his first visit to Florida. A. STEWART, J. S. JONES. >L D. ot bovi S I.JI\J* in Florida, would do well Jo examine T the ''d of January. The scholastic year will be;; Just received and'for smile brI 4
TUST received nt the new Store, 'itch lands are rarely cfi'ereiltTriis I S. S. ,
Ileis JOHN P. BALDWIN, J. W. BRYANT Aid premises eleven KNIGIli. ,
four terms term containing
prosecuting one of his tours of Agricul- AUGUSTUS STEELE. Si 2 qr.casks Cog. P.randy, 1 box imperial Tea, for ule4 ol S.i10011C40011h/ in cash, Ihein divided into December 'l, 1850. 48Fine -

tUrl 6 bbls.IlectU Whiskey, 2 i bbl*. Cranberries, one, two, aid: three years. weeks. _. -
investigation, and is agent of the Messrs. January 18,1851. 2 It alance Tlie Instructor foela no hesitation in saving that, by -, I H
:1 Monong. 18 boxes LUKE LOTT, Liquors. _- ;
AileTi & Co., of New York, dealers in allSorts H. BRADFORD 6 bags Hio Coifen 30 Goshen Cheese, Executor of Mary Thomas deceased.January1 education and experience, he u competcu:t di>clutrge received '' 'I
dutie uf Lu While it will m store for sale
bbl Crushed 5t with efliciency, the calling, JUST STow for o/-/i, :
I 0 Butter
2 Sugar, kegs Isal. 52
implement of husbandry, as well as ATTJY T L7, 1 barrel Molasses, 5 bbU. Dried Apples, be lii; aim to render the pupils thorough in each J 1 bitrel old Peach Brandy, 3 years old. of- extra

dito of the American Agriculturalist By Madison Court House, Florida. 1 Syrup, ft Piyidicji, Seed Rye. branch study taught iiutlie school, palticular attention quality i? barrel, ., '>- j> f ;
we have January 18, 1851. 2 tf 4 J bin.Mackerel,No. 1, C keg Tint Lard, BUSHELS 'of Seed Rye, will be given to the Mathematical Departmental J *. old stipeiinrCotcniar Jamaica ''- :5; i
J just seen one of Uncle So- -a (bf\ best calculated to (eipline die mind, and to store it Rum, t 'at '
boxes Claret 2 boxes worted Candies, .
oa' 4 reedved from New York. i Holland! ,
U'Ju'.t Gin < .
J ,
Almanacs. valuable knowledge; .
It is rich, rare and Co-partnership Notice. 4 a Cider, 1 bbL Prime 1'rk, with practical I,45 --
Auctioneers tc.
racy BERRY & ROWLES, atifactinn of these who desire to obtain 1 4 Cask old Pi.il Wine, '
the mny
J4 no mistake. Reader, would you be ON the 15th of November last, n limited ro-part- C Va Tobacco" 6 keg Buckwheat Flour January 4. It51. 52 2w For further* iufunnatiou relative to hU cliarnctt-r andprejiara'iOfl 14" Madeira do. J
: ncrship was formed between WiL WILSON A C coin. 3 tierce S. cured Ilnnw, 1 J berrel Pale -
tIme do. ,
out of half hours reference w made to Uw Faculty of Sherry ?,'\
JJttfcd an forgetfulness of Slur Candles 2 bbU Butter Ciickera, ,
WM. IL VAN HORN, under the name and style of 5 boxea For Sale. of North Carolina,or to any gentlcnun in Decemberl.iv.v SO J. c DAVfS
Cares obtain one of them. William Wilson & Co, f No ono jmrpose trading TTCTILL be old at Public Sale, on the first Toes- Fayetteville, North Carolina. '
** read H without falling'in love Stationery, and Fancy Goods, whid All of which are now in store, and for fale at and a NT day in 1'EUIW %IW. in the city ot! Tallahassee Tuition term,will bo ?G 60, $8 50. or $10 50, Salt. 4-v'
with per
Unas U offer low for calh or approved creditWILLIAM small advance f"r easi. The cltizciM of thu place number the of Robert of the Bushels Turk Island Salt for sale 42
tl Solon" cy invited calL LOT Wi, known as pioj; erty ( Tvsndin" '.uwu the adva&ccment rtudente 2 0 0 0 i Ly
be beercs.lo lave done vicinity are rcHK-ctfully to give me t McNAUGHT t
with n WILSON. Danirls. Termi made known on dy ol.sale< JESSE .P. SMITH., OXUiOND. "
: Flo da Gem of lihanty." WM. IL VAN HORN. j. a ScitincL PAVIS. January 4, ll. 2 St Deceaaber ea, iso, hi tf Newport, Dec. 28, ISO. 31 ttljt
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iloriMau & SouniaL PERPETUITY. ,
1tljc T> CMA1NIXG ia the Pt"tOice
BY virtue of the power re4ed in me by law, I i[:OF THE LATE FItOPBVLL* & PRATOBIC'JOULD -----_* theIsUaiic1avy.It.
I have le ied upon and shall epoe for wit, before $100,000. State of Florida.
LVE5Y of TalUrusee.on i..2 T inform his frierkh and the public AsMry, L L&-y Jot '
PCBLSaKI) StTCCMYjjTEmC.TUEMS the Court Hou cdoor, in the city r
the ti'tl Moadv in May next, the following THE; MUTUAL LIFE INSTTRA5CE CO. JI, that he ha'taken the store Lieiv occjied MADISON CIRCUIT COURT-IN CHANCERY.Mirtha Allen, L A Johnson, G P

l : prt,pe. or so n i-e i iercof PS will, pay the Stale or *nw YORK-NO. 35 WALL ST., by C. IL.Blood, and adjoining the store lately Dealt, } AtirelLMiwEJAllen *, &
M v, and (,(11_b y BuU& Pratornwvhcre rw will be pcaJ' Bill for Divorce. ,JeivrsatLcratt
sh 1 33. >
inaJvjpce. and Coo i f Tf\ i-e >" f .t/ r jear es.
I THKCC Tt.1.I.pera.1Grnfpaid i- VTET Accumulated Find, Nov: 1st, i ,40, $WOLN ,-- t.> aUend to the caU* anJranU ni tlnse xrho bedi"pn.'ed J W
may \Y. Devalt. 4 Johruon
: : all cit; .t I -, to w i : William > i
THICK JKO A H ILl, if ps'd w ti i x IBOIUFtfOA ? iT : > evi- (XXI, Sv-curely invested in Kondsand
o1'! '. known Forrws .More to patronize him in las line of tarim***. the satisfaction of the Conrt.by affidavit BateJ
ni'd! uiaI1bc e4 o1iheyer AM ..,. .c of v iu as appearing JJCksonTt.la
(OoLLva*. t not ; real eIaIe t in $this city and Brooklyn slock ,
jn IT
and He has nwived the late and
-. r Purcive."a IP'"a oi IaonCijn.v. c in- by ni rivals, a ehmef in this case tiled, that William W. Derail, 1'ti1z1'y, B John
: ,- eteiins willbe r-st"y: >it e'rd (a, and of the State and City olNew-Yorkand UnitedStatcsGovernment. tr-//-v/ -, f C7o;'A C.
Y tai.rHi liOff -*.t.o-eu u j, ju.rt: belong to 'rinijipty f sxiMerr*, Vising; the Defendant in this cause, resides beyond the jurisdiction Byvd,G W J %
r no piper \\viUbeJisconiinoedoi.Mr"' j.' re the j.aacacola! Li C.iiiy. Fancy (7J* ; also, a gmeral a.uwrfjint nf ol this Court, and out tithe State of Florida, flg.ker, .1 M 3 Ketcben Wra
1iiid anl* i ;
D. McP.AENY READ Y-JfADF. CLOTilIXG, but in some other part of the (United States: Rra-lenDrJA KejjMrsCJar

DilUr-will*IK tnoath be:receuvd* at 6i fcr Wt,*i-ee* *c-y u0.'n orc er at i r One the Tax Colltrctoi, Leon County. tied The and Coinr prospeioii; iny declared bn4iness.a dividend of profits of fif-- All of wUch, I thtter my.trlf are equal in style and It w OrdrrnI, That the said William \V. Derail HratcbfT, Rebecca K **, lira F J

>eroutof itits roanty ma-t be fccooinaaied with Nnve&wr 0.1S-V. 41 t 1 !y-tvvo percent on all esUting jK>iicic9on the 3Ut qual'iV.; an-l trait* as tJttcp) as any o..L.er.*vlat will ben do appear and answer said Hill of Complaint within 1IairJS Kwaada.Drj
p i f.nnvl : tlii* market He will ijive altcn- three months, or slid Bill will be taken pro confettoa Boatv right, J B LockhartJL
the cub unle the order comno! ; clout January, ISIS.
iv.i any Tax Collector's Sale.
4 .. ain t said Defendant, andjhat the caose be rtl for Drown, Bob Lenr.
t".on u his Isi.iaess, ai 1 h hewill merit a liberal **r, Sarah
in it4e Siate.A pes
:- regaUrly authorized agent* vi'ioeof the pmv.-r ve levl in me bv law. I All the Profits arc among the Insnred. pi-wiarc from ilie public. hearingduring the nextTerm of said f curt in March BOO.LBNBray MrrickCaDeiry. j

4 4 B that: etie f 4 D V E R T 1 8 n 31 H X T 8Willb 'i incy, in .ae Cou-ilv rf GudJen, on ll-e second annually, or qunterly, interest being added on the .ind it is further Ordered. That this Order be LBortLIottJ 2 M'xe, Mrs

: in erted at 1ierateorO1eD&trcTffl1.e Mondav of April; l next", the f. !Uo.vinjtdwcriVd propettv.or deterred pa> rnents. Madison Female Seminary. published in some public newspaper printed in Ibis A Mrres, RnI

( of twelve l;nes Jew ,'e first$,? Jo 5 vce -* vch ; #J m cti the-eaf as will pay the State and The cash'prwciplff adopted by this Company secures State once a week for three months,and that Complainant Bctner.JEBronsoo Moore, W HMedfivd

4 sib ei'ient iic' :ear 1-viO, and the to the parties tot whose benefit the insuiances 'T'HE n-zt Tt-rm, of this Institution will bein on the take testimony in the cane. I II Ttoma

., will be mad: on I ._,*' no 'ce'ei j en i c .yi--i nece. *rv e\in-niM incident thereto, to wit : are efiected the whole ol the advantages, without JL first Tbrjsrljv in January next, and close on the THOMAS BALTZELL, Judge. fliittSparkxnan McGriffe.Wj *

1 Jy notices % :'iioui i>'.ec.' -01, J by persons bzvi ; ThexOioI* of what i* called Forbis* Purrha," subjecting them to the heavy drawback of accuiauItltd I Tanrsj.iv h June October 1G, !1SSO. L HiwBlot.1. JLuhicra, ili.,

regular accoon wi !i beoJfce.AH Uinzin GadlenCounty, .'r ? nsnch thereol as will pretniuni notes. The new bsiililhig is erected, and vfj be put hi rornpletc A true copy-AUest, R II March! Mn M 3

-$ anntmnceiiMH <>f Cjnd UJcs for office, nvrDOLt.iR pa> iheTax foreaid, nmded on the Eit !b. the Persons may effect insurance on their own lives order far the rceptiun nf pupils before' the bc- C. L. CARRUTH. Clerk. Bradford R J McConnick.

-inrariaUly in aJr.nce. No a1ten1on Orklwknce lliver.and on the Wot by the Aimhclicola :- and (he lives of others. A named women can insure ; of next Te-nn. With tit auuitkaial buiMinsj, By JL A. CARRCTH. D. C. Kciler.J CBartktt. Morrison AH

will be paid lo any orJerloraanouacecientunles River. HUGH O. McLC\N, the life of her husSand, the benefits of which -the Ii.initn is pref. 45 3m C E Marshall, Wm F *
4 accompanied with the cash. Tax Collector fir Gads ten County.Oetnher are secured by law for the exclusive use of h r&elf or \ prpils. Brown, J B More, C C

All rc1iiou. mrri* anti obitnary tint er* pnbJUhed 1S50. -10 rtm children. ; Rites of Tuition ire the same as herete.fore. For State of Florida.INLEONCIRCUITCOURT Crabtrue, Mr* Jane Moore, WJNorrice.S

gral'iitoi ; bat editorial! notices CarS p Clers men and all othcrsdependent upnn salaries ,pariicubrs, ee Circular e.r Ca'1.igue. -IN ATTACHMENT. Cok-man, Wm

vate benefit,will be charged u aJ ertiseinents.jon Tax Collector's Sale. are special ly invited to avail themehei' tl l a rc? "irce B.crnI may be ha-1 in private faitJlic-* in the town.fri.rit John W. Argvle, Clwever,W W Neil MrsQdawarJA
-- whereby their varvivin- families may be secured tS to sjlO per monji (e-icluMve of w-brr and 1 A umpsit.Protection ONci1C'
WOEK. B 'virtue of the pocr vested in ine by law, I (from the evils of penury. i-4l.) BtsarJ in the Ia-i.iuoi, exclusive of lights C5. I Sum sworn tf
shall expose for sale,before the Court HOUMJ at Pamphlets explanatory "f the principle of Mulnal .' mid wa.L5in is $10 moo ii.YtLulg Insnnnce Company of Cj..4)n, J 4 esieeTi
We are well p"-enj"ed to execute Job Wnrknr) Qaincy, in the County of Ud denon the econ- Lire Insurance, and illujtratinzils advantages, La-lies per boarding in the Tntinti.n TvCfuniih New Jersey. J Cooper, Kcr Tin P.inae, GPemberton N

4 a* bHU.CKri's' )'' PI !. > >,letic.itli: : neat- Monday in April next, the lollowiaj described property with forms of application may be obtained at the C their furuiture beJ. Ac.R. T IE defend-mt and all others intere; ed are here- Chason, JacobClevebml j

lie* a'I d?.n? ch. AM I WOIK of i hi< description. or si tnuci! thereof as will pay the State and I office of the Company, 30 Vi'all st., or ol any of its o\rDroom W. PARRAMOP.E betUing. by notified of the institution ol the above suit Mr Susan 2 It. R B L D

excel! lot pen 'MV I; \eailv accounts with County Tax due thereon for the year IS50, and the agents. Pn-j-ident by attachment and are required to appear at the Cliaires Joseph IW r. E G

the o1ee, mu" be p.iiti ifor on delivery.TOWLE nerc ary expenses incident thereto, lo wit : TRUSTEE D-jard e f Trnsees. next Term of Leon Circuit Court, ind plead to the D.nke, J R 1'tse, B C
IL Z. Arms
-- --- --. Six iiuadrfd and (tiny area of land, hinz on Secret.y. declaration filed in said cans l.kcorce.JB IpeIJB
nock Creek, pnrpnrt-'r.s to bdonz lo L. S. Cat I in,or Jo,. R. Collins David C. CoMen, NoTen.ltT2S.lS5u.! ; 46 tf ARCHER & COELEY. Ir'ev,J Puier.Rofertson.. Annie

& ilYEES, 0 much thticot as will |>av the Tax aforcsiiJ. Wra. J. Ll1i'p i Alfred Edwards, Attornjs for Plaintiff.Drerrhpr2t.1cW Ltvis, Mk- Mary Rew.iigton, E
Sctt. The Madison Male
R. II. McCurdv ,
Watchmakers and Jewellers, HUGH O. McLKAN Academy. ). -V ,1m Derate, ilia A C M
Vcrviceol Tax Collector! l lot GiJsden Couuty. Fred. S. Winston, Joseph flaunt, qillE nest Term of this Ins-ilution will commence 1ceJW; Pedv.Lf I
n VING procured the C. W Faber, Isaac G. Pearson, _L the second M in In Chancery--Madison County.
t Mr. ALLEN, formerly cfhitcitv.tht October 12Ktft.. 40 Cm on nJy January next, under Eppes, bj'jt Riciard-s: S
... 4' Jnha P. Yelvcrton Henry WrIN,
-- trie ilireetk-n of Mr. Villepieju graduate Si-nth BILL FOR DIVORCE. } J B Jioder Dr
,tSrl; ) re now prepared to V.'ro Mooie. Lb
execute ail; \otlc 'n the ab.ive line,wtihauJ rn.prn's Tax Collector's Sale.BY Starv Theo R.Stfdinick Collins,, Zebedw Cor.-, Carolina College, and terminate on thefir Mondn Silis Cason, next friend of Susan Murphy, Evans R B rtk' ri', W
Totrrlritnd virtue of the 5ed in law I in Jtine. The* rates nf Tinfmn will be as fnllcwi: Ftr.ime. Mr Ru..t.eII l J
in the miwt i'i f-t'; iv manner. power vr me by John H. S.vift, Jona. Miller, r ,
at % dista-ice, an "irly aitentinn ti all work wL :b shall e'oe for sale, before the Court House a) John Wadsworth, Jad A. Corn tnck Fiit C/o.-Spe1tinz. Heading, Writing, Arithmetic Arnold Morphy. FvIfcelL Allen Ct-at rsrq ,JFishor

may be Joiwarded to us, will V civen. Qsincy, in hc County of Gad-den. on the .etond S. M. Cornell Robert Slri' let, and Geography: prr session, *>S 00 UPON the afEdarit of the Solicitor in the above II T

TOWLE & .MYERS.Septcnbrr Monday of April nextIhe following described property Gouv. M. Wilkin*, James Charnber Second C/rt. .i-Embracing the above, with that Arnold Murphy, nspondenr in said F.-einan, L Sa9m, G XFi.

2S. t1.) ii tir sj much thereof as will pay the State and John V. L. Pnivu, Joseph Tuckerman, Ensiish: Grammar, History, C'Tnpc .ition, *'.\it, has removed and still i i5 bejotd the limits ol Fain-loth, A .>hL,Jack*-aS.
County Taxes due thereon from 1SJ5 lo IS-'V) inclusive Fred. M-.se( II. and Eerckes in Heading, Elocution, &.c 12 00 the St-.teof Flr.sida : Frier-on. Mr C E rw, Mrs SwuliSnier

Towle 6t Myers, and tie necessary expenses incident thereto, to Charles Wbittiesey Ely, Wm.?J. Bunker-GrinneU, Thiid Clavt-Eiiibracipsr t the necessary pails // w OrJtrtil, That said Arnold Murphy dn appear Galara! JaGamer. '. C

r .%%' ::on hand,and are nwr r. eiving,aIi. new and wit : John C. Cruder, Eu-enc Dillilh of the above with Matlacmatics, AUebra, and answer or demur to said Bill within thtee (;.rrge, Riaht 3 Seen pie. Jame*

general assortment of G09D5, coasUtingcl Two hundred and forty acres cf lane. in Gsdsder. Walter Francis S Geomelrv.and Natural Phtlii-iophy se15 00 months from this date, or said Dill will betaken pro C W Hali Rachel
Gold L--ver lie-in; Watches, County, purpartinz to be'lon. to Robert Jiraers.in, >rw Alfred Pell J. 0. Thatcher.Lathrop, Fourth Clam-The Claries! Department, eirnfeso, and that a hearing be had thereon at the Gregrr.DrCGMGartHs. Sea, Henrv

Gold Anchor Lever daStiver cinch thereof as will pay ihe Taxas aforesaid, hiag JOSEPH R. COLLINS embracing I he foregoing, with Latin,Grrtk, next term rat| said Court : ., L CGxlfrev Setter, EJ W
Lever Hunting do oaFlat CreekhUGh O. McLKN.. fie., per tssion, 20 00 /.' i.'a Jurthtr Ordered, That publication hereof be Mrs Nancy Scott IdaJc
Tax Collector tor Gadsden Serrtt-iry. The price of Tuition to be paid in advance. made in ii Florida for
Silver Anchor Lever do Couaty. JOS. BLUNT, Conrt 4 OtnherIJS. 4) Cm The attention of parents and smrdian-i. dcsiron* the and time ot| three months.
Lapine and common d-J space Green, G V. 2 Tttker, ETPB
J \ n. GA.MHLE, A't.,Tallhee. of their children wards *
placing or at Schrn.1 where
and LiJie Bo Pinaffenpnl assortment THOMAS BALTZELL, Judje.
ua G)1f.J: A Tucker, HGrair.nanDM
ot Ear anJ Finger RiRgGtJJ Gaards tad Tax: Collector's Sale. January 19, Iv'tO. 2-y they may be fmtored to enter C<4. ze, and where A true eor.ytfest, Th-onasWni

t+ KsvFoban4 Ye'l Ch'ui1 SlGt.M zad Silver TV virtue of the power vested in me by law, I ftWiiIs.JESSE the b"st 5'inrantces of health are cfTerrd, is particularly C. L CAR RUTH. CUrk. Green; Mrs Vrn WvckDrCCAVQlin : f

Pencil.G Pen ,G. iri Silver S| ectacle#, U ld 1) shall epoe for sale, before the Court Ho-nc at in excellent inviied.families Board, on the Lc most reasonable terms, December! ISoO. 50 3rn Hvny, Cbns hani, W F

Sleeve, Cuitir aaii U-wm Batten*, Silver, Pearl, and i'inr) in the County of Gi'lsden, on the second can obtaint-d. Hayes lliqs Iittnev, Gew'e
Saell Card Ca4e GoM and Silver Tiiiuithfiiw Monday of April nextthe lollo-.vingdescribed pro- II. WATSON, President II. 7. ;Rriis. Middle Circuit. IfvmanF \febb.. fcbbrWkJey
Board oi Tiustee
Faas, Suv f aad aaffali C-imS*. p-rty or si much thereot as will pay the Slatj and MAM'FACTCnER, JOHN S. HROOME LEON COUNTV-IN EQUITY. 11fla: Dr W J WTVilliaiiiKn
Al ,. French Mititle <'luck. Table Knires, Te Tx due thereon for the IS39 and the Stcielary.DC
County 1Ia'wkin Wni
sear fclfcgHenderson.
Lee r ember 21. IS.IO. .10 4t Tallahassee Rail Road Company, Complainant,
Trays, PodtJ nd Silver Ware, Silver Tut>lt> and Tea necessary expenses incident thereto, to wit : Palmyra, County Georgia, .F "Wred L P
S.won*, PUtei S, tKii; !,, Fork*, Cr -srn and Soap Ladles Seven hundred and fi'ty! acres rf Land, Ivinj on \\7 0ULD inform his friends and the public gene- Pure Sulphate of Quinine. Richard Ifayward Georze K. Walker, Union Bank Ibrruon, Col K 'Weed*. AV Mlluitin
PJ tt4 \Vite's, do Te Set., Cutors.' Candie- Crooked Artnistcad > f that he continues the above business
Creek purpoitinj to belong to rally at cf Florida, Rurbutt R. Belton, and Elijah White, S Well*. Henry 2
lick Sitar Limp*, Sihvr an1 Gilt Giraad.jles. and Rinev. hUold stand l, wiierehe will be happy lo supply them nPHEsobfcribers have on hand two hundred and Defendants. h1&L-dPriJ Williaa4D

AUo.fiae d-nible baneliel GuSh t and G ce HUGH O McLEAN. with a first r
Bzi. ani Flask;.fie p Kket Knire*, P.nte Monnie, Tax Collector fir Gadsdeu Couutv. quality of bis work, he would state that out of the have obtained direct Irom the manufacturers, and IT Bill which verified aSdivit that Defendant hlawes.DrJE Z WR-JB
Pjrt Toli-K, Violins, CkrooeU, aaJ Flutes, fiae Razor October 12, KM. 40 Cm larze number sold by him the past year, net one has they will warrant it to be a superior artule.Vc Elijah WhiJe are i* not a by resident of the State ol- Ha-sre J R Wiffiams B C
*, Strop*, ice.Bi fail d to give peittct satisfaction-and would a* reference \ have enlarged our stork of Drugs and Medicines
Floritla. hut! resides in the tate of Georgia, ?o that Irwin.JM \VLite, Rer G
t 01 tilt*v and general asirtrnent of Perf rnery, Jefferson Coim'y! Tas Collector's Sals give the name of any one who has one of his t by recent arrivalaid are prepared to execute he cannot be served with process of fcibpwna : Persons caun'; for any of the ahever,

; tr., tc. TOWLE! Sc MYERSSejilerrcer BY virtue of aatborily( vested in rr.e by !a.v. I shall Gin, in u-e. He is intending to enlargehisestabliih- orders lor articles inonr line,at wholesale or retail, It is thrrtiipon Ordered, That Defewdanr, Elijah Ii ill*pieans say they are adrt rii etl,

23,1S-. JS expose 1-ir
| Monticellu, Jeflers-'O County, on the fitt I Mnndai in be enabled to fil; order* (which last year he was unable \Ve have also a few account- doe to n forth before the first Monday in April next, at the peril 52 3t

CARRIAGE REPQSlTQRy, May r.ct, S ciion 2t t, Towiishi;* I, Range 5, South to d i) with Gins if possible, 'jperior to any ever year IS4& They are senerally in small aincunts, of havir.r said Bill taken for confessed, and a- to 4

I. BY HILLE3. & BROKAV, and i a-t, nr so much thereof as will pay and satisfy manufactured in Southwe'.tern Georia. IJni.hmk but if the whole could be paid "shorth if 'culdgo him set d.rvn for hearing ex porte: ProvtJfl, That Notice

{Tttltt'iatfte, Florida.jy Maria Talilaro's double! Ta\es due the Slate and that every yen's experience enables him to make a far towards liquidatingceitain SUITS which we owe a copy cf this Order be published for fetur months.onc .
LL and and entisWb
creditors 1ezatees
LEWIS & AMKS. A perarns
toi5 little better article.
County, arnountiag S besides cost and chir-
week in of the
con-ecuiively, one
rpilE fu'iscribtris nu'ird inforn their Jure 8, 1550. 22 a newi'a2erspublished > \. distribution .t! Ieeateof? ( caFi1aw,
ZC4. S Oea'K' J- friends and the public i in general city iicea5=fd, ul Gad den Ca rv, are fiercbj noiinl
JeSers.n and known that but Gin t fir-t cla sshall be
as the Hartmur Hill Tract. none *<> they ry manufactured THOMAS BALTZELL
V ? t71i'iat the* are teceiviug a larje suppl; JoMN WOQTLN. in his shop,be feels sa'e irtvarrant iig t tar-rn CITY HOTEL Judge. that their claim* and demands wit!be baryedatthe
November 5 I'Y).
oi Carriages a Tax Collector lot Jtllirsun County. to operate to the satisfaction of the purchaser. He A from Minutes of Crurt.
lot Mle ine ta > t re'jt' jle ter-n P Torixvuliin copy the be exhibirrd she s'jbsrntwrs wthia hit
on sac tr (
November will deliver thru of r.r1H1S well known etah,1L.liment Iia rl
2, l" >n. 43 Om tree charge to purchasers at pn.i OSCAR A. MYERS Clerk.M. .
; I', bjv are requested to call and eNauiiic their plantation ;, J. pit" the Iiail f th nziler-i'neaJ zr time; and all persons having any deminds aj3SB't

th.tr t'ick. Uct'b-q 19. 1''l. 41 Jefferson Cotsty Tax Collector's Sale. All engagements made with his travelling Azpnts, __2J.4t.pn :t
Tax Collector's Sale. BY vn i eof an. hy y vetted i-i rnebj law, I-lull or r-rder to the Proprietor at Palmyra, s-hall be ing Fu.-e aziti l H' a-e of EnterUihiment in cnnnectii>nviththe without ilelav.

\ lo-c !oi a. le btJove the Court House door, in pr mr tly attended to.c j \ Planter's Hotel Hi |ere ial Ftirerinttiuienct'will Circuit OWEN FILLYAW.
Jefferson Court.
B rirtoc of I ihe povre' v sj in me by lv, I Sloe ; e"o.Je'ei! on Countyon the first Monday mj Repairing properly done in the most durable \\x\ given to lioth ctahii-bneit.---at either JAMES niLTAW,

hare levJd uio >. ->:i w 'l e\i ose sa .tjeJore Feb. .'. v "s: ''e We-t J of Section 7, in Townhi manner. of xvlirh trav.lkr.t and brianler will find a billf fare IX CHANCERY. Exr enters cf las Will andTwlament

'p the Coart Uiw e dvx r, 11 ie o; f'e .S. Ni>-.hdrid Ea-t, or so much thereof -I CrjHe i is also Agent for the sale of ChanmanK.tn of the Iw;t that tic! markrt ari'l nei hborliuMlrill afrd Jjillfor Injunction and Distribution.Eecors Gad'den "onn'v. January 4, IS'iJ. 52 Sf

the n'st Mundov oi .one a<*\.. at ine 04311 oours ol f "l 9. v <| 1-4 i a v YV. -\rniisea3S: TJXBS >ttir* & Co.'s CAST IRON HOUSE POWER SUGAR f- snd will receive every attention that tljoir comfort of William Goodman
: ,
ale, io tae M';Uo-i under, ine (oltuwinz drsciiitedLtnd due *e x .se t iti Coo iiy, arnoantin to So 3.r, bc- MILLS in Southwestern Georgia and Florida. in-1 convenience bhall rcqaira. The >r<'prietorajpcls Receiving from Ne7A 'York,

lying aad being ia the Cuanfy of Madison, sides O'.s ...idch Said Lands are situated inthcaid Contract can be made with my Travelling Agents. to the liberality of the public for such j a fliare E-'eza Dasher, Sarah Waters rs. Green R. Slater, Mar FULL a-sortreent cf Staple Coeds and Crocs-

Hoiioa, viz: Cou y cf .Jctl rson. Any information wanted with regard thecost t and of a- will e-nable! Itiin to out Lw _r.ries, Consisting in part of
jcitronage carry Frances Slajer Jane Elizabeth Slater Harriet
purIj garet
TheSE 1 of theN E \ of Sec 29,T I. R C, S and JOHN WOOTEN, of Ila.aemils! and
operation can be obtained by addressing .e.f wetting such tablea as diall surfer by coznpuri- E M. Slater, John G. Slater, William Slater, Brown Shirtings Sheetings
E, as tH prorwTiy ot J. S. 1'aliernoa, tu i.ay the Tax Collector fur Jetlcrsun County. me at Palmvra, Lee County,Georgia. HA\ vith none otLe-rs anti l kct-n sneh ewtabli-luaenui as John GuoJrr.anand William Goodman Ellen wood Bleached do. do. Calicoes,

!'ar4 and nbr 2, 1* ">'). 43 3m March 30.1S50. 12 ly lull be worthy. of tie Capital cf the State. and Spain, Defendants. Wood and Willow Ware,
4749aod 'J. .
Buckets and Tub
Tne N j of toe $ V,* i of See 23, T 1, R 0, for CIT? COTION WEIGHEE. New Goods. S. iL LANIER. IP appearing to the satisfaction of this Count, by Fancy Wooden and Comrron Soaps,,
J PUKL'C CO ITO. WEIGHER( WCml.erj80. 45 ,tf affidavit made in this cause, that the said Defendants -
due untiW-vif
late, &e., t'oui \ > > lo W.Al THE Sperm and Adaman'ine Candles,
t o,t he G i N E i Srt 11, aid W i N W | Sec the Ci of Tjitaha-. i vi.iijti t teiumed OPENING a lire and carefully selected tock of P HOTE L.BYS. ,with the exception ot William Goodman Ellerr.vood Brown and LoaJ So;ar,

12,T t, R 3. N and E, (mrpoiiin; o belo i; to J. J. from i i-ie N.>dii wt.h two pvir of Sci ft. maniifjc- I Brilauia, and Brizht Metal Ware, LANTJRS reside out ot the State of Florida, beyond Nails, Spanish Ci2ir-, assorted Cand'ef,

t'ieiwood. for ir'irs duet here>atiom l i'i -o lured, a ljut'H a,1 cerH eit uif ,ie 7.<>/>'c vr oj ] consisting in part of Tea and Coffee Pets, French M. LANIER.iEJ3. the jo'L-diclion of this Court, but in the United Rio, Laguira, and Java Coffee.

% THOMAS M. ANDIvltSON, rates a.ii1 l\\ht\ of the .w York Custom Coflee Filterers, Pitcher*, Candle Sticks of different States : On hand- supply ol Kentucky Bagging arJEi!

Seii *id t-x oliciuTax Cul. M Iadoi: Co. //wiwc, is now j p.e.'r.-d So rrc'-ived ai d we h :my j qualitie*, Jelly Moulds, Glass Jiern4, Cake Bj\es, / TN retiring, trorn the I'tanter'alktel,I take Hit therefore Ordered, That the said Defendants, Rope, Flour, Bacon, Rice snsar-rnrfd HJSVLarrf

Nore.ev >J, J P3O. -47 6 nA. Cai'.o.i! bt'i'tii ;' uin _'7.utz.. He u>U zneno at ] Cannutcr, and a variety of other articles, which I; great plca-ure in recommending to the E-ezz Dasher, Sarah Waters Green R Slater, Margaret &.c. JOHN McDOUGALLl

he Depot oral ay nljessi'i :i
', B. CLARKE, City a: the.!iO'ickt no ;ce. I Ii coij.. ><*.
(rtJRMCRLT CL4RKEvjj & IILLMA, ,) wp--' 'n'i. de h.>'. a I.t. e v.d ; -'e ". t of Ware of every dsscnption, niauM/uc/urtd here by- a public hou-, and who. I am well aaured, John Goodman, and Spain, appear ar.d answer the Notice.ALL .

purrba..ed the !-i.c.et; of Mr. Mes.s. KIKKSEY Wl LLt A M< STOCa rt ,n.e I good workmenand at lair prices. will not fail to give the most entire sati 'actii n to Bill of rjnplaint filed in this can*; within four persons, creditor?, legatees, entitled to&*

Sri TTAVING J.JL S iMonna$ 'U er; old eu.qe'n we he will Kreive COTTON FOR WC'G'i'NG' Oil ON r Lead Pipe, She' t Lead, Copper, Zinc, and Cistern my o'J patrons,? J other who may call upon him.A" months from the date cf the publication cf this Order cr othenvie interested in lbs 55111* *
STORAGE. Toe &ucii! I Pump for sale. Tin Job ,or the said Bill will be taken for confessed against -
>rs Roofing and
.f f >j< sMI aeii'o.t and Guttering A. FISHER.
JcfierscD ConntjE
foatd at tlie'f old stand on Monoe f eewlierelie ., oJ Robert Sper.ce, late of
ex-ieiience for lC lrf-.l imoe \*>.>-t ?' : ..e (Oeot Worn executed faithfully and with ckspatch.T. Nnvenn1wr 1 4 1 them. notified eshbittfcejrtl ie'
willecei e i ii aw! d.i s fcom New Yo.knne deceased, are hereby to
> will,, Uebor>p b.;ifl5 oini iie) co>.ouj oT i je t'i.. v.-sand WHITE &. CO. Jizd it it further Ordered, That publication of tbidatteth!
of Inc rnrhu cotnoleie oitneits r>l Jl'oJy- and demands within two from
Slerclu'ji geoe-My. 0 i5<*e i.i ; .rc r*;. o .Mr. September 21,1 l :50.: 37 tf Carriages, Buggies, Saddles, Harness, &c. this Order be made in some newspaper published at the years batted andal
rAiJe Clo iw: owl Ginilcm'.n't Fancy Goat'sever lerisned, cr fane v111 be ;
K'iksey's: store, where sub-* ijer tfljV be foaad at Talaha! .*ee once a week tot t he space[ of ff-ur months sett1
oflT-redii io '! .- D. E. HULL persons indebted to the said deceased, are it
all! limes. THOMAS BALTZELL, Judge.A .
meat of Fsfaru, Kazliht and I'efzion Ctotii*. Notice to cake imn.eiiate! payment.
CHATfLH A. :cAcl! T }CARRIAGE true COPT-Atte4f,
Black a/id Fancy Iatt'rt* and Camtinifrt, CIoh-) s ,
ufied Sitlc Satin Cat'nntre and lrtln City Cotton ll't'zhir. lai\k's Hrick EiiiUin r>ifeT.- for of Jefferson Coint, and fff'f Ado tJerer. .
.t ami Fi; this place known a< Baker's Tanvard, has '_ November0, >">< -It 4m rr
wii'cti nVeoared maoutdciuie Septe'n'cr21,1SO. S7 It hand and s.\Ie thre-e splem-liil f.>ur- fcat ROCKA- .. n Octrbe'rS. ISoO. 33 3o
J'aia.a1: nets io ehetbo.iev now on will keep all kind* of LEATHER Cocrty. F
; and < most aoniovwl le for sale af.d will have i WAYS, a snleii'liu !oi of RUGGIES, wiih or without
( no ce i ue t> % Notice. ; fine BOOTS and SHOES In Leon Circuit Court.IN .
TbecommnivIdl1v a.e :erwc. t'ltv made to nrdi-r. HP has on hand a superior article of tip, four PEDLAR'S WAGGONS one sooonfl-Iian<; Notice.

to cUandcx4m<f,orc puvcci u 5elnhere. ,. T lIE uirmnf Nash. & IVvlor is this day dsaolved I duuWed-sohcl NEGRO SHOES. He would here return Rockaway, with haniou complete, whIch will be sold CHANCERY. ALL persons, creditors and legatees, 5tI1CJI

T4iU'uaWeOc( 12, 130. 40 by mutualcon enl. Those indeb'edill du us his thank to the citizens of Ga&den and the e-ry low. James M. Hunter, Administrator of Archibald R. S. or otherwise interested in tbe
: the pleasure lo Mie as sown as pr vble..M. -ALSOAt --. Hunter deceased CoBOlJF
adjoining Counties for their past patronaze, and say tale of James Moore,late of Jeferwn
.NASH. 'ht1
Cash Advances. to them thai be will continue lo manufacture Lea the OLD STAND, Plio-nix Ei'il October 1, ISV). J. L. TAYLOR. William and others, creditors of said estate. claims and dfnar.i's within fromthwo*
ther Hoots and Borney trro tears
lIE undersigned i'l' make liberal cash advancr-s Shoes, at his old stand in Gadden pZSadlle..*. PrfiilJcs aii'l .Martingales! "fa vari&'ty -
T County, near Qnircy. He will he glad at all times of appearing to the satisfaction cf the Court, by to the onderM ned. or the same iitI be
Harness of all IT
cariined J. LSuullwood style
on hiiment8 ol Cotton, to The b'Jvness here. >ll be cod ced! u"dr ; descriptions; affidavit William Leonida Will/ deceasti E ""
.er w exchange s 'tv of the above articles for Oak Bark, I that Burnty all pcr>ons indebted to the said ,
Axels HulH Da h Frani'-s TriinmiDjjs
New York.S1.LLWOUD Carriage
Springs, -
the fi.ai o' NASH io CO w-o .-<"nrci oliy solicit Hides, crippled nero (boys, or his own Henry Clark Mary JlcCture.and Thomas J. Hardie, queried to cake immediate payn-enf.
GIBSON St HARRIS. paper. and ijlnie Uinuin s Trunks, Carpet Bags, Yaliws -
a .ieo ibe oji-oi. o' rtec"i' ,
November % 0. 43 4m tto Ac all oilier articles
-- Qoincr, 2,1 > They ec.Pc. lo k ',noo o.;.iJ a 'i-ae- l s miiirent can have employment. togethervith required beyond the limits itt the State of florida, but of Jefferson County and ez ejficifJeffer.oa 4'1.

of Good .Wrii.'einetfid scc.i o. tice auicles as are w. H. MCMILLAN. in I.H l line within the limits of the United States : Counrr OctobeV 5. 1 50. 39 3

Ready-made Clothing and Saddlery generally tent ii iter >;Joe of bov.te's.J Tallahassee, February 2, IS.'O. 4 ly N. 11 Repaii ing done with despatch It ts Ordered, That said Defendants appear and ---- ---

l lUST received per Dark Mora from New York, a Ociojr IS.-.0. S'j t NASH( t CO. November SS, 1850. 4C tf answer the Bill tied! in this cause, on or before the To Planters.

J large ijpplv of JleaJy-innde Clotting and Sad New Stoves. Notice. Southern Mutual Life Insurance Company first Monday in February next, otherwise the Corn.t'tinant's T HE nrsdersizned hare just received their!> Tf

dlcry, which are offered to the public on the znot Elli shall be liken pro eonfesto: JVori- supply ol Plantation Goods, which It0
reasonable term HEIR i. KUST. JUST receiving < on New Yotk Cooking, Parlor, .- YyikLbcsoldat pnblic outcry at of Louisiana. tied, A copy of this Order be published once a week tor sale en acccrcmcdatirg terms, consisting -

October W, IS50. 40 Air Ti'l S ov o' die rnoht approved patterns 3kD f* 1 Columbus, Columbia County, HAYING IxH-n a[>poinitfJ Agent for the above Corn- for four months preceding the said first JIunday in ol the following:

( andldte>4. e lfs. Call and Examine them.T. -- &?=?*.*. Florida, on the first .Monday in Jan puny, >l ileeuung iwrnk-cessaiy 10 di>cu-v the February next, in some newspaper printed and published Elankttt-London. DnfSl, Mackinaw,sad B

Notice.SIX WHITE 4i CO. uary n.-kt, the wt-ll known steamer GLASGOW.This .- importance and h'lvaiiu'ucc of \hc nuuual Li umncc in the Middle Circuit of the State Florida. Plains-all wool l and heary.Kerstys .

date th Sept em Vr 21. tsno S7 tfCOD Boat has been running theSuw nneefor the jiruKiplevoulil respectfully solicit the coaiJeniiionetf Given at Chambers, !hi-r th September, 1S'0. -Washington, striped and Gocrj*

month from undersigned. Executor THE TJLTJZ last two years, draws 17 inches light, and 2 feet Cinches the citizens of Tallaliivsoe and vicinity. Any in format THOMAS BALTZELL, Judge.A and colcis.
LEDICINAL fancy plain
the la't will and testament ol Uz Williams, LSnsty- pids
when loaded, ud will carry Irom three to five UA relative to it,can be obtaiiienl by calling on the true -Attest, Bhardkerchiets jflitii.
i deceaaed, late of Gad*den Couniy, will apply to (the LIVER OIL hundred bales r.f Cotto.i Her Engine and Boilers gub. ribe-r. S. S. K IGIIT. OSCAR A.copy MYERS, Clerk. Cotton osnaburj*,brown shirtings and, print o0Ibt
Jud of Probate of raid County, tor a final dischatg ,shawls, negro caps { mera
e are ol e\cellent
in the cure ol Scrofula w.orkmanship and in good condition. November :SO, 1850. 47 tf LQNG. ARCHER, fc CORLEY, large stock of risjetts..October IIEIR
and settlement up (rum said estate. USEFUL[ Her timbers are sound, and with( a moderate outlay Solicitors
SAMUEL WOODBURY, Executor. ,.thrna,BronchilisCoughs, Complainant. 20, l5Q. j-
for repair of Wheel Hou-es she cculd be C. C. BYRD & CO. --- .
and all disea.en of the Chest and Lungs. A etc., mate September 5, ISO. 35: dmSheriff's
; GadJen 21 IsOO. 37 Cm supply
County,September ,
answer a good for Notice.
ol this valuable medicine i* just received, which is purpose a low boat ot transpoitation 'ITltL make veiy Hbe-ai; advance on Cottons
Notice. warranted pure, and of very superior quality. ol freight on any of the Gulf rivers. In shipped (Ibeii .ieott..inNew York. Oct 1Q Sale. month after dafe.applicatronwil be fli3l

For sate by LEWIS &. AMES, the hands of an enterprising! individual or company, 1st Monday in February next. SIX Honorable Judge of Probate cf J
months after date, the undersigned Adminis May 25 Ib53. she can doubtless be made a profitable concern. the Administrator ol J
SIX Tallahassee Fla. County by undersigned.
( of the late Robert Fisher, will present For further pailicular*, please etouire of Capt. BYwtueofa writ of Fieri Facias, issued from Ellis. deceased. late of said CoantY, for di'
(their final account nd vouchers the Judge of Leon Sight Exchange DANIEL BELL, on board, or to D. PERKINS S Local Dentist, Tallahassee, Florida. Office of the Circuit Court for the from said administratorship.

Probate Court,and ak for a discharge from said csJulv SMITH, Esq., Columbus. g'l 1)OOMS in (he new building immc li- County of Leon, Middle Circuit of Florida, wherein ChARLES L pOWELL.

I! (ate.I ( \N NEW YORK. SAVANNAH, and MACON Terms made know on lay of sale. iAiV atelv East of the Post Office, where Maitland. Kennedy &. Co. are Plaintiffs, and James Jefferson Ov.ober26. 1S3042 .
R. W. FIShIER ) l- '._/ fur sale, in sums to suit, byThOMAS BY ORDER OF THE STOCKHOLDERS. J--CCLJJ'Le will Lc found, unless profost>ionallyengaged. D. and Wm. Tradewell are Defendants, I have levied County
'ri: W. E, FIslmItAdmrs. J. PERKINS, Columbus, Fa., Oct 12, 1S'io. 40 Sentinel. SeptemLer 7, 1850. 35 uponandvill expose for sale, before the Court Notice.

i4 20. l i.V>. 23 fim October 12, 1S50. 40 Agent Marine Uauk. House door, in the city ol Tallahassee, on the first will be made by the undersT?

I Notice. 0. A. McINTYRE, Monday in February next, within legal hours, the APPLICATION date, for letters of sd'

Notice.SIX Notice. persons indebted to the estate of James A. iThN following described property to wit: lion on the estate of George WyJeY.d'j.
monlhi( after datethe undersigned will make ALL One negro man named Moses, one named Austin,
A LL creditors, legatees, and entitled : late of Leon deceased
persons lo County, are ROOMS AT CITY UOTEZ. and named Charlotte. 61
p. lo the Court of Probate ol Leon L1. distribution in the estate of John M. Drools, requested to make payment to the undersigned; and a negro woman D. Quincy, December 7,1930. *:$ ......_..
Co'inly-for letters of dismission ai adminikirator of November 16, 1830. 45 Levied upon as the property ot James Trade- _
late of Jefferson County, deceased, are hereby notified those having demands against the same, are hereby
ot W. Le deceased. welland lobe sold satisfy said writ of Fieri Facias. -
ibo estate Joseph
JOHN McDOUGALL Adm'r. that Iheirrlaims and demands will be barred at notified lo present them within the time prescribed ASH ADVANCES made on Cotton shipped Notice.

2 ISW. 43 Cm the expiiation of i woycars Irom (this date, unless the by law, or they will be barred payment. C to liollirook Ai Nelson, New York, by A. A. FISHER. She.iff. QIX months after date, I shall make apP ft '

November fcame are exhibited the subscriber; and all persons I. F. BEARD, Qualified' Executor. October IS), 1530.* 41 F. H. FLAGG. Dec. 2S, 1550. By J. II. RHODES, D. S. O to the Honorable Judge of Probate m arid ,.
I : Bagging & BaleRope. who have any demands against said deceased, are December 21, JS50. 50 6t County of JePeison,for let.'ers of Jm'slfJJaI'

hereby notified to present them without delay and Strayed Notice. charge as Executor of the last 1andtest2._ r
1 A Bale Gunny BaffiP"?. those indebted to said deceased callei County, .
t are now upon Ebenezer Folsomjate of said ,
indebted to the estate of Alexander
A O Sea Island 'dn the subscriber at Ocklockonee persons
20 pa. to make immediate FROM ALL herebY
t payment to All herein interested,are
% 80 jnw Kentucky do. JOSHUA TAYLOR Sen. Adm'r. T lIE subscriber having taken out letters of Administration about the 23d cr 24th November, the Crunty of Hillsborerugh, in persons hARDY --

: ii 60 Coil* Rope for hale byMcNAUGUT Jeflerson County, October2t,1550. on the estate of Themas Cow rt, *- _. a bright sorrel HORSE, 14 or 15 hands he State of Florida, deceased, are desired to make cordinsly. 4S ja
i ORMOND. 42 3tnJETNA late of HilUhorouzh County, deceased, hereby gives high, very thin and spate, with long legs, and a immediate payment of I the same to the undersigned, Jefferson County, December 7.....

Newport, Doe. 28, 1850. 51 tf. not ice to all persons having claims against said estate white spot in his face. Any information will be Executors of said estate. All persons, as well also

INSURANCE COMPANY, to present them to me within two years, proper!} authenticated thankfully received, or if required, suitably paid for he heirs and legatees named in the last will and les- Notice. Cak.

Notice. HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT. agreeable to law, ar they will be barred by the subset iber,at Quincy. lament of said deceased, having claims against the indebted lo the estate *JJJ tnll
TUILDINGS, Stocks, and Cotton in Ware-house of recovery; and all persons indebted, will please J. L SHIELDS. said estate! are requested lo present the same to the ALL deceased, late of Madison t0" *-
HEeopartncr'hpwhiehlmexWe4underthename' JD insured against loss by fire. to make immediate payment. December 7, 1S50. 43 aid Executors within two years from the date here make pajmi-ntacd all per005
and firm <>f DULL A PRATORIUS, i i.* this day JOSEPH of this notice will be please
in such
LEWIS t AMES MOORE, Adm'r.Tampa or plead bar of any manda against said estate, will please pr
I dissolved by ruutiul consent All jicrwuu*uiJi-btcd to January 28, 1850. 3 Agents, Tallahassee. Bay, December 21, IsO. 50 6t Notice.ALL claims. THOMAS P. KENNEDY, attested, to the administratotY.INS .
:. the above firm will iilitaxo call and wttle with J. I]. ELLEN MARTIN legally R.
-. persons having claims against the estate of ..
Bull who will utLcud to tLo settlement the ctiuceru.J. $
4 ; U. DULL. Blacksmithing.HT1HE Notice S. Clark, late of Hillsborough County, Tampa Fa., NOT. 30, IBM. 41 12t Executors. December 21,1550. -

1 J. PRETORIUS months after date I shall deceased, as well as all creditors, legatees, and per Notice. aNotice.
'urpu underpinned respectfully informs SIX apply to the sons eititled to distribution, are hereby notified to I:
: Nos.Crflber9lS.46I X the public generally that, having Judge of Probate for the County of Gadsd present their claims, properly attested, within two MY notes and accounts are left in the hands of .

I ::1 To Planters. employed supeiiur Horse Sheer, lie is -n for letters of final dismission as Admin yean or their claims will be forever barred ; and all Chailes C. Bjrd who will act as my Agent IX months alter date, I shall 1arti
istratrix S
now prepared In execute ail work in that line in a of the estate of William McGriff, late of persons indebted tn the said estate will make immediate during my absence from the Stale. Any claims of Probate for Gadaden CountY

( 1 rTUE iiiirhe prices paJJ for COTTON and TO uperior manner, and on usual terms. said County, deceased. pajment. against me, may be presented to him for settlement.F. ment and discharge freua the etal* J

; .1. BACCO, at all tin**, hj J. a D.tVI2.J F. PAYNE. SARAH McGRIFF, Adrn'x. ELLEN M. CLARK, Executris A. BYRD. deceased. J. S. SHEPAR

J 4 T La1ae. Dec. 21,1650.1 60 June 2 3S53. 23 tf Quincy, December 21, l&W. 50 Cm hlillaborough Co-July, NOSO, 1SW. 17 SI j December 21, IS30. 50 Gadsdcn County, January'PT II, 1SM.