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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 25, 1851
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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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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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
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Joint Select Ccxanittc-o ca. the Climate, Soil\) and bo i improved by cultivation, and as (the plant is susceptible! of introduclln :
t rf tlc! never (failing,and almost never ending source of profit will be the .: SENATE: PROCEEDINGS.
Lv Products of South Florida. in all the pine lands South oft\ell.ei ht and perhaps thirty result v -ITnsDT ,

"omtrittl'p' have: approached: this/ subject; with a high sense; degrees, experiments are rp omreldl'c, with the view to extend) and In 'egard to tbc'culure of Sugar in South Florida, it is well known January 21, 1811.
'!'hI''mrtlflanl'! (, nrt ony!" 10 dH ppopl of I FJorhla, hilt to the entire secure to Florida, at the t'aril !t day: t.r great advantages promised that 'he season' arc IIst from four to sit weeks longer, than in The Senate met pursuant to :adjournment..
r Ip I volt I tenrdatin; as the I 1 principal 1 object,1 of I the r"por1 a survey or by the growth of tIl plant. Il is IpmP used to forward to the 'Agri. ihe :*est 1 sugar lands of LoiiMana and Mississippi, which had been considered The Rev. )!Ir. Hume otiiciafcd as Chaplain. '
..In. nj our only Tropical Ttrrilorin, Which, il erbraccd all the cultural Hoard at Tallahi see, for distribution, a sufficient quantity i the best in the United, States, but owing to the liability of A : being present, the reading of yesterdays proceedings '
.\r a t that :aro necessary to I build up and 1 sustain! a pnwerttd! 1 State.:; of seed that each, of the .Middle: :and Southern Counties may: mi!,e frosts it has been conceded that they lose at least one crop out of eve. was. dispensedvitli.quorum ,
'''I1I'nl ?H I'ert t cf n ppeedy removal of that srourpe lo 1 Florida, : the (the trial, and in the in'>nth of April they may be etpected, when :the) ry four, for in what they consider & favorable season, they are compelled Mr.[ Stewart from the Committee on Taxation and Revenue,made t
n,.' \\"fs! will remove the last r obstacle to settlement and immigra. may he planted at any period of the summer. The mauflcturt of to commence grinding their cage early in October, and before the the report: '. '
'"" the t-tJal1lwpe to see our young and vigorous: State throw Arrow: Root at Miami has now become an established business \"iel. cam matures. In the Counties of Levy, Hcrnando, Orange andhldlshurough 'filCwilf Taxation and Ic\cnnc to whom was referred
"hI'li ? CnlUuitlc
,"; hH! portals, and] with extended hand: inviie the man of capital: a; to the conductor: with the aid of necessary machinery, three < ((10 say nothing of the Counties further South where a bill to be entitled, An act ia tn taxes upon Agencies of ;
liatiic: ami,i the laborer to embrace the many and numerous n p. lars per day as the I'estt of. each man's labor, with a ready: malt t tIle season is Mill later,) they do not commence grinding until the )last Foreign Insurance Companies rc., other subjects therein named, ,
.*',"niii(' of pi"Stable enterprise everywhere presented in this South.Thr'Teatrst for all that is made ;! as the production and consumption hisgreatly part of."ovember, and a1! he I lat season the planters the lanilee did having had the same nuder consideration return the bill back to the i-
., increased: during the p-ist t year, we hazard: nothing in predict not finish until the middle ofFebrutrygivingthemthree g ath. Senate without amendment, and! recommend passage.GEO. .
rt'"n.: : drawback now existing to the more rapid with>mcnt ing that they will continue lo do so until III shall become one of t the er their Sugar Crops in. A planter last }car made on the Manitec STEWART: Chairman. :t
c in'c'u'Io'wg I portion of our Stale, IS to be found in r the want of most important products of the State. Its quality as starch is well :f0,0001bso of sugar from 10J acres. The cane matures and tassels Which was received, and said bill ordered to be placed among ; .
'rt ties for !more speedy and ready communication wilh other States ascertained to be superior to that produced: Iron cither wheat, com t there every season, which is conclusive proof, that no other part of the orders of the clay.Mr. I
)o ith other parts of the :Slate:; ; and it is suggested to our citizens or potatoes! vast quantities: of all of.which :ate yearly consumed in the United Sates possesses the same advantages for the culture of Taylor, front the Committee on Internal Improvements, made l
,' rPahnnrd: ,that ihe establishment" of steamboat routes on either the manufacture of that necessary artlct; and when i shall become cane. There is beyond a doubt in the Counties of Levy, Hernando, ; the following report :
r!lIIIII, Jacksonville to Pensacola: is what the prosperity of all the (known t that an acre of our poor pine land will produce as much Orange and Millshorough, at least 1 j(0,000 acres of the best sugar Tic Committee on the Internal Improvements, to ,,'hor was re
I:15rtll rf,:, llI'ntsol1lhc bays! end ricers loudly call f for. :Many inter- starch! from this plant as can be obtained:: from a similar surface from lands in the United States, entirely uncultivated. I (' a bill to be cntitlen act making an appropriation for ,
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,: routes could be made profitable ot once, and with the necesImsispss either wheat, coin, or potatoes, the growth of I.'sl lands of the Your committee feel that they have already made this communication I. clearing out the Uh'< r Mary's, have had the same under,consideration "
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:: which must\ follow the establishment! of such a cornmunn North, it will be clearly seen that capital: and I libor must t always ol a somewhat lengthy character, yet they are constrained, injustice and report that they approve of the bill with thcf"following

";1,, connected\ } with a contract for carrying iho United,... .....States... ....! find a. certain anti profitable: invcbtment in (this branch of industry so to two other branches of employment, in prosecution of which additional portion, to wit
I: .t ,. here\ would appear 10 uu bUIU.Il'UHIJu Ci.im "' v In connection with this portion of the Peninsula, the ipportantf.lCt cursory. glnceIIIltJrr, interest to devote some further' ice t" uc iljurlhrr enacted, That tie said commit .o before reeeiv- '
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1'"' ::, citizen:: ( or citizens to embark) capital: in call what for. the A wants route should not be overlooked that a large portion of the I:I the r, 'C VXT l"/" .;..'.11'7. .. t 'r!' the\rmnt nr7ronvoaTv nmil't11'{ { 1 Y'11.rnJ}I tnt 0 npr bond ((with good]i .
't"Vopif'' and thc general good 1, so eminently arc within its bolder, and as that cxtc'ni\f region of swamp land is come of great importance, and may be greatly extended, for which 1 : him?or Jus successors in ) the faithful. performance of tho
o\ limo: in HAde County, to Ky Nest, and thence to Char- now thc property of the Slate, it is confidently)' hoped that measures. there is abundant ran"in o the I\r Counties. In some of these work herein contemplated ofle, mit it is further provided, that the amount
!'f Iirlior! Tampa, Cedar Koy, St. Maiks! and Apalachicola, is will soon he taken to redeem from ovet flow, so \alnable a portion of Counties there are no cattle at all, as in Dade: although the range is so appropriated[ shall upon a general distribution of.said funJ be deg
: ,''fd as one that: would prove a source of profit lo a small steam. tropical territory; and the writer would here remark, that an extcn. of the freshest kind during the entire year. A most desirable market ducted from the said Counties of Columbia and Nassau.
'(Ir ,'I".J' ; whilst the stimulant thereby given to bug sire observation of that region during a long residence at Miami I has for large numbers can be had at the Bahama", and West India The St. Mary's River, like,many others in Florida, i is obstructed
'ft -sod immigration would no he'ery great local convinced him of the perfect feasibility of the project, and that it i is Islands, and at Key West. The proximity}of Miami (wilh an excellent during a great portion of the year: by snags and fallen trees, a great
t''I(" ircaiin"ofa letfon of which the geography and peculiar only a question of lime and money. The Kverglade region is or vastimportance harbor,) to these places, would give very great advantage in source of inconvenience to the inhabitants living near it, and who
1 t4Ures :arc FO little known, would!( not the public Jnt.-n-s's( be subv to our State, covering as it does an area of about one supplying those markets with hl'Cr not t only on account of the dis- depend ipon this River in getting their. produce, Limber and! Turpentine -
d taking a somewhat wider) range: than originally: contem- hundred] and sixty miles long I by bixty broad: and should be at once tancc and expense, but the he in much better condition to .tn appropriation making this River navigable,, '
::1!re.nl lllI'l1d exhibit! some of the opportunities for enterprise in con. examined and surveyed with rerel'lCI lo draining. All f former rev than af.er the long passage now made from Tampa, Pensacola, New would he of incalculable. advantage to tho men of small mean now
its numerous waterfalls, bays, towns and) cities, team.At ] favorable and in ,'iewof () and other from which their is obtained. <'
with ports on that been decidedly rean', Ilael's, supply now engaged in producing and procuring these materials for market on
:: ITS' &c. ; it being;: obvioti that a region so little in contact reclaiming: so sulJect.ha'l (territory, early action in very de>irabe.: The committee suggestion in the hope that persons who its borders, by enabling them tog take it immediately to market instead 'f
",:a h h the emi r.-ration_.. and] travel of the country, must: necessarily efioit: made re. The writer would suggest that deepening and I enlarging (the natural now have large stocks in she Northern part of the State and in Georgia of llill.to wit for tho: rise of freshets in the River, or brat} -
nin I rompuati, ) a scaled book, imlefcs ome little / is outlets, with the opening of some adJiliolal ones at j favorable points:, may profit thereby, as the price of cattle in those Inland markets the expense of some point below the obstructions, thus .J
ontild, ins pages.e the I would], at no very huge colt, as compan'c with the immense advan.! may; I.e estimated at (twenty dollars per head for two year old steers, giving capital an undue advantage over them.
1'h climate of South Florida: may: be at once set down as the most. tage, be the means of preventing any ]large accumulation of water, as and thirty to forty d'JJt': for those three years and upwards. It is Respectfully suLmitc i
'.ralt'!,! winter climate in the United States, presenting to utvathe the oveiflow is believed to be caused entirely by the rains!, and *o vast I presumed: ,by the that. at,the present session of the .Gen. W_ R._ '_'.\_YTOR.Chairman.
,:' North :admirable retreat from the rude blast peculiar tore is the suifacc confined to amofct| a dead level l, that the natural outlets I eral- As- senahly an appropriation- wil bo ,nadir to open a road :' -inn. The Miami, on Key Biscayne Bar, and KeyYt, are insufficient to drain it uf: Indian River to that point, when all the difficulties, now existing will the orders of the day. ,
l he con 1,..ilered\ as most desirable points! for, C'!btabli: "hmg the neI.TV Much valuable timber ship building and cabinet: work i is grow be removed, and! cattle will doubtless soon be driven there, very mail lr. Baldwin, from tho Committee on Engrossed Bills, made tJto!
itdrsof flat :
facilities,for the encouragement; of vi that num. ing in South Florida, such as the Live Oak, Hugwoot) Arc., uvich of V of \Licit wouhllJd a ready sale to persons settled at that place, following report : .
West India Islands
-,1,i twins :annually: on to Cuba, and other there which is annually: used at Key Weht, where many: mal vessels have who are now entirely without any, owing to the great difficulty ( The Committee on Engrossed Bills beg leave to report as correctly
: \\ho<( wtiulJ, lie induced to top in Florida: were proper been built during the pat year Mangrove is an Ub'1Hf11 growth, penetrating the hammocks: ami) crossing the streams which! i.iteraecl eng rossed, .
:..imwhtion; !:. So places!: possesS! greater advantages for iMiing, and furnishes excellent timber for couMrucliug foundations in water the entire region: from the Miami lo IlilNborongh River. A bill to be entitled, An act making an appropriation of mon<1. _
'':i &(%, than: those mentioned. At :\\hillli,011 Key Biscayne fan wharves and other Miuctureo, whit! the hack: is an evclleut! sub. In a country where the best of pine timber is growing in such a- from the Internal Improvement Fund to remove shoals and! other obstructions
. h'hf\ : torn, ( !Rationed, duringthe; past eighteen months! a company stance for tanniugjleathor: or for dyeing. Box Wood, MaMic, Salin bundanee, and whose geographical features present such great advantages in the Stiwannee River; .
t l'nitfd States troops! an-1 it has: been: a matter of surprise to the Wood, Crab Wood, and Lignumvitaj: are all found. in quiijtilies for transporting: it to market, it would be superfluous fur this A to be l'ntitlcIIn act so to amend the second of the t
-",on that he has had no case of sickness among the soldiers dur- throughout the Keys and the Southern part of the State geiK-ri'Iy. committee to dwell upon its importance as furnishing, a rea.Iy! and dc\cnth IJi article of the Constitution of this State :'- cause the '
.. ".a.J that time. The inhabitant: s -me of whom have resided: there Indigo, of spontaneous groulh, is found I throughout a Urge portion certain reward fur the investment of capital and) labor, either in converting proceeds of the five hundred thousand acres of land donated to tho
,.(nm' tears: :, are all grateful. witnesses of the remarkable health-: of the Slate, and is extensively manufactuied: and used in families, it into lumber, or in the production of Turpentine. I is remarked State of Florida by the United States for Internal Improvements, to t..
a.,p ol'that: vicinity ; and although the summers are warm, the air but theicdoes not appear to have been any efTirt made lo introduce! : with some degree of pride, that our Sate: is exporting considerable be appropriated to the use of Common Schools ;
I). ,rt tI1; the entire: day; is fanned by the easterly winds prevailing in it as an article of commerce. As the plant i is peculiar to our pine lumber and! turpentine, but where one 'isengngifl! in eitherof A bill to be entitled, An act to amend the laws now in forco il'I"
'f VrfdMa:, and rendering( it comfortable for the laborers to pursue woods soil, its importance Gese'es some experiment, to ascertain if it ihc'e branches of business, there should. be at least twenly. Thereis this State relative to the.Foreclosure of Mortgages ;
de fa fA 'tI I-Irvncatinnsat all times. The wiiier would here remark: that may be profitably cultivated and. manufkciuicd. Will not soino enterpiising ample! room ant scope for this increase, and with our ready access A bill to be entitled, An act to provide for the collection of Taxes
, N:I'Cassof! tnenof whom he employs many, are universally more citizen !i\'t the subject the necessary attention ? to the coast, houlc he the greatest exporting Stale for these two and Highway Dues against Free Persons of Color; I t
It.t Wthv' ) mid robust. than: in any other region, has any acquaintance.iih. : The various (tropical fruits arc all adapted to this southern portion i important articles! commerce in the Union. There has never been A bill to bo entitled, An act proviJing for the incras of tho'School + '
Jr -. This, in connection with other and peculiar advantages, make of Floiida,'nd many them can be mdt profitable for export- devoted to these important branches of industry any thing like ihe Fund from the State Treasury ; .
j'rnnriaticallv' : } the home of the man: of blender means and cnterprisdifjmsi'.ion. such as the Lime, Gauva; Citron. Lemon anc Cocoa-nut, The. Lime, attention they demand and our Stale is still sadly in want of saw. A bill to bo entitled, An act for the relief of Drs. Franklin Hart
e!:".: is now an abundant crop, and shipments- ot (hem to Lhal'stol and mills throughout her length and. breadth, save perhaps_ at one. or two and J. F. Roscoo ;
Itade County, stretching along the Atlantic seaboard: between lat.23] Ouvannah have netted twenty dollars: to the harre. The productper points, as at Pens: ola and Jaeksol'ie. With) the abundant supply Engrossed amendment to Hor.sc bill to be entitled, An act to pro
and 20 degrees! possesses; an excellent haibor: P>r vessels;; ; drawing; acre may safely be estimated at thirty IJarel Preserves made limber, we hope soon lo see enterprising men engage in rean- vide for the opening of a Road from Miami, in Dado,County, to Indian '; ,
y t water, with a light house at its entrance, on Cape Florida, from the three first named fruits are always in demand, and may he ing the harvest that is presented every where throughout South Flor- River, in St. Lucie CountI )-. -
unkinj, the channel into the bay, (Key Biscayne!! ), which extends prepared for market extensively. The Pineapple is successfully ida, where there is not at this day, within the knowledge of this committee I JOHN P. BALDWIN, Chairman. .
-e. ;>distance!: of thirty miles in a noitherly and southerly direction. cultivated at Indian River and other places, but as it requires a peculiar a solitary saw.rnill.! Which was received, and said bills ordered to be placed among s
VjiHWre' streams; discharge into! it from the Everglades, on all of soil, it is confined to certain localities. Many points of this Turpentine making is receiving some attention in the Western the orders of the day. .
virb waterpower, controlled generally at no great expense; with region are adapted to the Plantain, Banana, Orage, &c., where future part of the State, where its profits are so large as to draw ofFatten- The following communication was received from tho House of
'fj.lofal.out: :! fire feet, which may be employed t for Arrow Root or efforts, governed by experience and discretion, will doubtlesscause lion from the culture of cotton, even at present high prices, and whenwe Representatives :
L'itoherMills.' : \ The necessary supplies for running either, arc to them to become established pioducK (:consider the enormous consumption of Rozin and Turpentine, HOUSE OF RFIUrSrXT.\TI\rS, January 20th, 1851. .
:' I found directly on the banks of the Firram" The land on the The Committee would refer to the t l fits;; and statements of a lamented and the large extent to which they may be produced in South Flori. Honorable President of the Kenae : .
tt\ "tt t tide of tLc bay is gently elevated, commanding a delightful citizen of Florida, murdered at Indian Key by the Sl'min.oIls da alone, we need only look lo an accession of laborers in this pro Sir::The nol e have passed the following !bills, viz: :
>w in many places.! An opening directly I through the Keys to the and was rewarded by Congress for his zeal in introducing( tropical ductive field, for i to become a most valuable: and important resourceof Bill to be entitled, An act to require the respective Boards o f .
'"it enablesef to be seen in their course north or I"outh.-- plants. From his great skill and experience, he should be the State. County Commissioners to examine and certify the! assessment returns o
3]le Ihftp/ points are desirable places for building, and in the immedi. considered the best authority as t:the future: propped of our State in Your committee have made industrious researches after some authentic made by the Tax Assessors: ; .
,M, '5 vicinity: i is found a tnnutanpous) growth of Arrow Root, inviting the production of all these luxuries of life. From long observation, tabular statements in regard to the heat and cold of South Bill to be entitled, An act for the relief of D. Lyman Sheppard ; t,
':." man of enterprise to avail himself: of the water-power abun- the writer is convinced, that while abundant opportunity exists for Florida, and the only one within their access is a series of observations Bill to be entitled, An act fixing the time of the meeting of tho "
- mist, or of 11. small steam engine or Iwr--po'\cr, with which he may employment{ in producing rome of I the great staples!of commerce, nature made by the late Hr. IVrrine al Indian Key,during 5c\'erallcnrs General Assembly of Florida. ; ,"
\*'.'ih little: difficulty or expense, prepare; fo!r market an article }" t'1J- with a ; has also provided a sufficiency of soil, following 1830. At I thai place, in latitude about ;degrees North, Bill to be entitled, An act to fix the compensation of Tax Assessor -
111He :a vz one hundred dollars to the acie. This may: create a sensation! : from which to obtain all tie necessaries requisite for the wants of I the average range of the thermometer, during a series of years, was and Collectors; .
da, t..:doubt in the minds of some, and may t KUggest the, enquiry, if t Mich the settlement. Gentlemen: of worth, who have: been long residentsof found. to he sevenly-six degrees!, and never descending to a freezingpoint. Bill to be entitled An act to legitimate Wesley Allen Dikes Bryant
m* he the case, shy Las it t so long; remained unknown, and the countryunoccupied Florida, are well aware that previous to the Indian: "ar, by which The entire region, embracing all South: of latitude 23 de. Dikes, Daniel Dikes, Unity Dikes, Kham Dikes, and Sarah Ann
(Ihe ill\ comparatively: ? To! this the writer will attempt no reply, our Southern Counties were depopulated, th. sweet orange tree was grees, may be claimed. as entirely exempt from frost. Persons now Dikes, and to make them the heirs at law of Daniel Coker, of Madison -
TL l:!; I'.nody enc'mmcr' and rna-!acre. rich and luscious frit. e trees were mostly destroyed during cold to injure the most delicate plants. With such mildness of cli- County, a navigable stream:
'. The Southern( \ portion c If this County comprises numerous Keys, that memorable period and the grvat uncertainly as lo ihe safely oflife mite, and a widely extended primitive soil, may we not expect, as Bill to be entitled, An act to provide for the compensation of Jurors :-
- stretching\ \ ; along;;the TloriJa Reefs and terminating at Tortugas, in and property, has since prevented much attention (to that or any we have certainly every reason for hope that South Florida will soon in the County of Gadsden. t :

Monroe Couiiiy>'; and it may not be amiss hereto remark, 'that the other branch ,_)1. lull!. 'alion._n There is now.. however, in pro n ehS become, what. Providence, in its wisdom seems so emphatically to Also, the following IcsolutonlZ:
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JtoV frM-n-ation of done lots hy the General Government is calculated of growth, several young and thrifty orange grove,;iat Indan'Her,; have: designed it to ne, tie Garden ot America.In Resolution relative to printing} tho Constitution_ of this State; :
To greatly. ((0 retard the grow with of that portion of our Stat(>. They should Tampa, Manatee, and other places, proving he! soil; and : adap. glancing over ibis view of South Florida, your committee are And said bill read the third time; on the question of its, passage,
hrir h* op n to settlement and he subject! to pr ..t'mfIion; claims as all oth. led to the production of that most profilablcand always desirable luxury.It forced 10 the one conviction, that with such great and important ad- the yeas and nays were : .
!lteand TJIU'j.ic!! lands, and soon a hardy! enterprising I I people! will occupy them is only requsite that citzens should enter the land), clear it and vantages of cimate-such varieties of soil, covered with a spontaneous Yeas- lessr;. Baldwin,Brown of Hillsborough, Finley,Forward,
producing'? plants' peculiarly adapted to their light vegetable; soil.iufceplanu .- their trees keeping them clear of all other growth for a "ptCI"of : growth orprocucls greater value than many that arc now Johnson, Maxwell, Stewart-1. tNuj .'
It- are nature's unerring hai.d, wherever plant cultivated in other: States-with her streams and bays, abound- Austin '
clearly I pointed out by about six and they may enjoy a harvest as rich as a choice being Mr. President, Messrs. Avery, Brown of. Colum. .
the "I'' is cleared away, by the spontaneous growth California years Hut will be asked what will enable: fug< with every variety of fish and lurtle-her t forests: enlivened by boa, Bu: IgtoaIelln, Moseley, Tavlor-8. ?
in personsto
r. OI I w Bird Pepper! ,, ad, the Gherkin in the greatest {profusion, both vein these six i without ? The answer is, that all the varieties of game common to the South ;-with these and Said .' was ,# ,
rue ntirely in demand for Pickling. On these. Keys alone may be live through these Southern years Counties is capitl a spot where the sponta. other advantages we look lo the future history of Florida with con House bill to be entitled, An act to amend the laws now in force '
- 'utedasullicientquantit I to supply our entire home market, for which in none of of the earth and water do not afford: a comfort scious pride believing that her course is onward, and that it is only in relation to the establishmentof lost papers;
Fill; e quantities: are annually imported from Africa, South America, peons: products without what !''be called] labor in obtaining very them, necessary that she arise in her youthful might, and put forth herenergies Was read the second time. ',.
Ike. 'bile livlihood,
J fI'trI'.It' 'fbey arC 'n 'bearing the entire year, and yield a perpetual need out to may ihe man of industry and the to show to the world that within( her borders exists (that Mr. Fluky offered the following amendment : .
tarred and not point
' we conferred while he with and entelfri8e., which will make her one of the brightest stars in the galaxy of Prodded";hoicercr, That nothing in this act contained shall
The, Palma Christy, the pl-int from which Castor Oil is made, advantage thus of the opportunities, system holding forth a ready and States. Oar citizens have only to employ the means with which ate as a repeal of the special acts tor the re-e taLl hment of I opr-
It! p'tUharly; ] JtCllolllis( kin:1:! of( soil' and climate! grows continuously himself to 8000 his various labor. : they are abundantly provided, for the construction of Rail Road and pers and Records in the Counties of Columbiaand ,
I:about!) .fu ur years, and 'becomes a large tree, in constant bearing, profitable! reward for slcam-boat routes within and around our borders, by which they will St. Lncie. e
T eainr Its rich clusters' of 'beans in such profusion; that from some The Banana, the Plantain, and various other fruits are being successfully remove one of the great obstacles to immigration, and soon we shall Which was :adopted. : ,
Ir]1A, ttK rlll'\\?made liy the writer, he is satisfied that one hundred bush. cultivated various points, and when we take into consideration our promising State the recipient of a ihrifiy and prosperous peo Also the following: ;;
.ln4 'i. may 1 made annuilIJ: from an acre, and their product of Oil}two the fact that tho soil of South Florida is so various, presenting fnr ple. Other States well understand the importance of creating facilities'for Amend by striking out the letter "a" in the 16th line of the first \
r. 'S Ir bushel. An cnternrisiny! citizen of Key Vet, is about tobbttmth ;: here a (black, vegetable. 10ul, there. a yellow, clay soil, and aail L travel l, and knowing its influence in extending to thinly populated section, and inserting tho word any" in lieu thereof! ; and by striking -
- : machinery for pusnging' in the business, and it maybe safe light sandy loam, or clear sand, Wil at- once uo seen that whereso regions the benefits of emigration, have made it a prominent out the published at the Capital" in the 17th line.
to .1\ predictedthat! Castor: Oil will become an important staple 1 product large a portion of the surface remains untried, it is difficult to at. policy t;encourage all such enterprises ; and shall we not profit by Which was adopted, said amendments ordered to be engrossed>
'It|'OB ; ...South Florida, its climate securing to the cultivator so great: an ad- tach to separate localities of this great and extended field, the importance their'numerous examples There is much capital now within our and said bill ordered to a third reading to-naorrow: .
(!fE'arg' ,!'"e: ore regions where the plant is merely I an annual I which they may justly claim. Your Committee will state Siato that could bo thus very profitably employed. And this committee House hi to be entited1 act to authorize the sale of certain
'w Sisal: !Hemp plant is growing throughout tbcfce Counties, and however, that where this luscious fruit, the Banana, has succeeded would suggest a liberal policy towards the encouragement of real belonging! Albert C. McBride, deceased ; ,
"attural tot the whole southern i part of the Peninsula. Wiih the best, at New River, Indian River, Miami, Key West, and other places all capitalists who, with the laudable desire to shorten the route between Was read the third time, and on the question of its passage, tho
I.L. ,, t.M" Tlabor. Mving: Machinery, in dressing out the fibre, and morn it has always been a deep, rich vegetable soil, not too dry, and our great Northern cities and the Mexican Gulf propose to yeas and nayS were: .
- ; t.-ur'"gthc' hemp, there is no o doubt it could be t't d e a profitableiw'titeven I I in all such soils, in any Counties south of 29 deg., it wi undoubted! construct Rail Roads across our Slate for that speedy Yeas-Mr. President, :Ie5'r. Austin, Aer Baldwin, Brown of -"
in competition with the native labor of Mexico. : ly.become a profitable article of cultivation. In of the large accomplishment of such enterprises cannot but result greatly (to the Columbia, Brown of Hillsborough, Buddington, Finley, Forward. "
"'\1 he Florida manufacture of ,I :' this (fruit ntimuillv imnoried.it.. it is recontrr ended that more State. ,
.. Roys furnish an immense field for the m..n'.1.'J o prosperity of our I Johnson, iMc.Alulan, Jloseley, Smith, Stewart, Taylor-15. ,
f \ Ia peat necessary of hfe, Salt, which is now made upon a largo I strenuous efforts be made to introduce and extend it wherever it maybe Your committee notice with pleasure the liberality of the Post Office Nays-None. ; : I '
't. : T*kb' an estimable! citizen of ]Key \cst, superior in quility to done. Too rich a soil cannot be had, and cultivators should look Department, in inviting proposals for transporting the United Said bill passed. Title as stated.Ordered I'' "s t I
*Island.. The plan of evaporation is by solar heat, in largo well to manuring wherever there is any deficiency of strength in the States Mails on new routes within our borders and on the coast ofour that the same bo certified to the House of Representatives. !
- yui irki i from whence >it i is pumped by wind mills into demtct vats, soil. The Everglades, whenever drained, willrni"h a large a. State, and,wo trust the liberal polc.vof that Department will be met r"rii
: 1P'n-ary covershere it is granulated and ready for mount of soil adapted to tho plant, and may 10t look with a corresponding spirit shal in accomplishing all thatis House preamble and resolution relative to a change of tho Mail
,rlh t ioll ; dew diet Large quantities' aro annually shipped from Key West toOrleans f forward to the period when BO great a luxury bLaH be furnished to designed I thcreIJ route between Tallahassee and Madison. ; : i
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: flint I i > and other Southern marke'ts, where a constant demand (he neighboring cities from our own Slate. All which is respectfully submitled, and your committee ask to be Were read the third time and passed. f i;'
wd tias f or all that is made, and at a price that has enabled the pro. of the army, employed during the Indian war in (the Ever, discharged from the Anther consideration of ihc subject. Ordered that tho samo bo certified to the Honso of Represents; : ,n;
,- t l Pit: to establish it as a permanent business, that may be largely Ofccr, having visited a largo Island known a Sam Jones, JNO. P. BALDWIN, Chairman, lives.
report
d rev- i; Ilte Many of the Ics in the vicinity present the came ad. on which was a large and beautiful growth of Banana and Cocoa. M. C. BROWN, Senate substitute for House Resolution relative to printing the l{ r; ;
Eox ;I a the' ono and with the necessary capital, any nuts, of the correctness of which there is no room for doubt, and may W. A. FORWARD, Laws I :
-- team I entctpris3 and perseverence would here find R chance for in. this not be taken as a test of (the importance: wo should attach to that i :< Committee of the Senate. Was read the third time and passed. :, '
j 'bile emit that l could not fail of 1 securing a just reward fur his efforts, extensive region, now the properly of Florida ? .' <", 'j G. W. FERGUSON' Chairman, Ordered that the same bo certified to tho House of RepresentaIves. -" ;? : I' ,1
Co1t..iU I to the State the results arc of immense importance in view of found 'be all our varieties of JAMES 1. MAGBEE, : ,
e Cocoa.nuts are to adapted nearly ''tf < \
great of article which be produced to an ex.ounhmitcd MILLS BURNHAM, House bill to bo entitled, An act to incorporate '
t.tbtl kit consumption an may soiland be raised in the greatest abundance with the necessary a Bank in tho, 1 ,
, JJ within borders. may for the G. E. .\"'ES, of Tallahassee ;i .
: our of This artcile has been sadly overlooked, '. City ; r
; lite, entire region{? of 1 1s lino woods from Cape Sable to near Indian reason caro that planting.the plant requires some nine yeas growth before it yields ( AUGUSTUS STEELE, Was read tho third time, and on the question of its passage tho' t, : to.i
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' L1 s 'P tens nu a bountiful of t the root from which it JIOBT. D. BRADLEY, and were : \,
1 4, Arrow growth Comply, fruit. But this should never be considered as a reason why "- yeas nays '
u and it lC claimed that its importance' any : W. S. DIL\'ORTI Yeas Austin, Avery, { ;
Baddington
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"lie loot mac' may should be Lei who clears a piece ground \cssr. Finley, Forward; 1.i.
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-- stet' neglected. every person t
- i NcR te Florida' i is second to no other plant adapted to her soil put into it a few of these valnablo plants, nnd in a few years we shall I Committee o IIo1c o Reprcscnlalhcs.y Johnson, Maxwell' McMillan, Mdseley, Stewar Taylor-11.Nays : ,
t mate.t One f peculiar characteristics is that of re-produc. of to tho Slate. Neighbourhoods Mr. President, Messrs. Brown,of Columbia.
. age t l"' t care or planting a the scattered seeds and the parts of find them important a a source found T'enuo most desirable for them, and in Batirts] democrat, has been elected Speaker of tho )lassacl; Brown of Hillsborough, Smith5. .: j,,, i'
....11t. tO lefo near the sail water are .
Sblren'r. t r >"o y In the earth in the process of digging, shoot forth, and in these locations they will soon, by the rapid unfolding of( their elegantfanglike setts llouw of Representatives, by a coalition Lcwcc'n the' demo. Said bill, not having received the Constitutional.majority, was :' '
Hi majority ::18.{ .
Without was
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!r. nny care, present a more bountiful growth leaves, add beauty to tho scene, and at the proper time 1 -UI'fec-soilr .lost. : .. r 4li ;
Ifl t 1 ognal Doubtless the quality and amount of the. roots would :a h :.
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\ :Mr.( Forwanl moved a reconsideration, of said vote; )Maxwell: moved that the rule bo waived and tiaiie be allowed Committee from the How informed 1 the Senate nomination.tli.it" names I on the! question of its pn'sage n the y'ea a nd n:J'5Vee ; .It.i

t Which was carried, and said! bill made the special order of theday to make: a report; '"'. A. Forward and I. Thompson were in' Yeas--Messrs.: Baldwin: B own of Columbia; Brown

1 for tomorrow. Which was carried and he made the following retnt : The Senate; proceeded to: a thirty-nmti: voting, which 1 routed as ough, iuddmtor hnlcJ, Forward, jlaxwtH l, JlcliIbt f.rUlW c.: '1I1r.

House! bill to be entitled, An act to provide for the! opening of a The Committee on die Judiciary: ,to whom wat rcetetl 1 a bill entitled follows} : Stcwart-3. Result 'fnor-l0.! : :\\
road from Miami, iu lade County, to Indian River, in St. Lucie I ), An act to change the time of holding die Cirqnl Courts of For Thompson-Messrs. Avery, Buddington, Nays-:Mr. President! :Messrs. Austin, Avery, Jon .

.. County; the Middle Circuit, have had the same under consider.iion, and return in the House, 13. Total: 10. Brown of Columbia Smith- .,
: f Was read the third time, as amended; on die question of its passage it to the Senate without amendment, with die recommendation For Forwanl-Mr. President, )h ss *. Austin, Said:; bill passed. Title a? stated.

t. l1. the yeas and nays were: that it 1 be passed. Brown of lli1J.;borough, Johnson, :Maxwell! Moseley! Tailor- Ordered! that die same bo certified to tie Ilouso of

to 't- Yeas-Mr.( President, Messrs.! Austin, Avery, Baldwin, Brown of Alpo, your Committee having: examined a bill rcfonel to them, 8. Result! in the Honse, H. Total rM. Smith i house O. h"CSo PeP -
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Columbia, Brown of Ilillsborougli, Buddington, : Finley, Forward, entitled An act repealing the first and second sections, ld amendiiiJT Blank-Messrs Baldwin: Finley )lc'There 3lillan. fortieth vo- House bill to }be entitled 1 1, An act to incorporate the FranM
f i Johnson, McMillan, Moseley, Smith, Stewart, Taylor--15. ; section third of an act in relation to trading with slaves, approved ( Ling no election, the Senate:) proceeded to a tual Insurance Company; : v vWas

;1 :. Nays-None. : February 11th, 1KJ1, recommend its passage with the following tinge the Senate that 1 the name of read the first time rule waived, read the second time .
Said bill pa'?!sc>d. Title as >ptited.Ordered i amendments, to wit: C'nrn nttee! from the House informed : title, and referred to die Committee on Corporation. t* **
that the same bo certified; to the House of Representatives. I Insert the word irrttfcn" l between the letter "a" and the word C. II. DuPont was in nominr.tion. Brown Mr.: Smith Chairman of the Joint Select Committee<
of Columbia -e from
. I "]WTrnil," in the sixth line of the 2d section. For Forwanl-:Mr. l'rcsili'utlcssJ'8.: Brown Result reported that the Committee of Conference: had the tate "
la'lor-4. r
!House Lill to be entitled, An act in relation to the taxes upon i And insert between the words "monl')'" and or" in tin Sth of IIillsborough, John-ou. Maxwell, Moseley, Jth Joint Rule for the government of die two Houses est
Agencies of Foreign; hisurance Companies aud other subject therein line of the second section the words irraiu, produce." in the 11 ou<*> -11. Total; 1 S. Ic.\1i1bn! Which report was concurred in. ;
DtJlIi16to1! ,
: Austin, .Avery,
i named The same Committee have examired: a bill referred to them 11)omp..on-\lc3srs.
: ; entitled Mr. Maxwell, on motion, obtained leave of absence
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It for
Was read the third time as amended ; on the question of its pas-! An act to require} the original accounts: voucher, and evidence w:1rt-5.. Itesult in the IIouse, 11. 1"otal, the house tart
Result in
6: ge the yeas and nays were: upon which warrants are drawn by the Comptroller of Pub Hlank-\Ies.rs Baldwin, Finley, Smith, 3. row.Mr.. Smith} on motion, obtained leave of absencemorning until .
Yeas- Mr. }'reikut.1's! :\ <;:11"".. Avery, Baldwin, Blown of Columbia Accounts to he filed in his office and not in that of the Treasurer 0. Total :?l. next. .F ,.
f. } Brown of IIill ,borough;: Buddington! Fiuley, Forward, Johnson, and instruct me to return the same to the Senate without amendment For DuPoat-0. Result in the House, 5. Total .>. )Ir. :Baldwin moved that the Senate adjourn until
McMillan\ Moseley, Smith, Stewait: '1'aylor-13. ( and recommend its paeage. ,I There being no election, the Senate proceeded to a fortyfirst"ot.- o'clock tomorrow;
\ The Committee have also had mder consideration bill entitled I inj, which resulted as follows:
None. a
Nayp- ; Maxwell! :McMd- On which motion the read and nays were called fur
Said: bill} las eJ.rrit1(.' ns stated. An act to provide for the payment of Coroner's Juries:, and other For Thompson-:Mr. President, Messrs..Averr! the, House 14. lo- Smith and Forward and were: t1)Ie;:.t\

i Ordered that the same be certified to the House of Representatives. purposes, and I am instructed to report the same back to the Senate:; lalosdl'Y'\! Stewart, TtJlor-i. Result in I Yeas-:Mr. PreM-lent, h'S.r3."ery, Baldwin, rown t>r

without amendment, and recommend its passage.: tal 21 IIouse-'J. To.tal,10. i bin, Brown of Hilbborough, Buddington I Hrdey, Forward) !
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Bill to be entitled, An act making: appropriation, for clearing The same: Committee have: hid under consideration a l bill I entitled ForDuPont-Mr. Johnson, 1. Result Maxwell, :McMillan, Moseley, Stewart, Taylor 1 -1L u6ni.

out die River St. Marys ; An act regulating; the times and places of holding the Circuit Total 0. Xai -Messrs. Austin! Smith-2.
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Was read the !second time Courts for the Western Circuit, and have instructed. me to return it For'Baker-Mr. Austin, 1. Result in the House, ) The Senate adjourned until Lalf past 10 o'clock
t Brown of llilhborongh ,
The amendment proposed }by the Chairman: of the Committee on to the Senate with die following proposed amendments! and to recommend nImk-JIes5rs.: Baldwin, Brown or Columbia, : .M. tom0A. **.
Internal Improvements was r.doj.tid: nud l said: bill ordered to be engrossed its passage; w nth said amendments. : Finder! Smith, 5. Ht'Eult in the house, O. Total, 5.
for a third! reading to-morrow. Amend by striking! out in l llth line of the first section, and in Committee; from the house Informed the Senate that thc name of

Engrossed bill to be ('utithln act making an appropriation of ('rtingin lieu thereof the following, to wit: Calhoun County on W. ,\. Forward! w.i3: withdrawn. \'EnNEsnar', January 22, 15t;;

money from the Intern:! Improvement Fund, to remove. fchoals and Thursday after the fourth Monday in April." There Wing no election the! Senate proceeded to a forty-second The Senate met pursuant to adjournment.A .

other obstructions in the Suwannee River: ; Amend also by striking out die :31th line of the first section, and voting, which resulted as follows: quorum being 1 present, on motion, die reading of r
Was read die thiN time, and on the question of its passage the inserting in lieu thereof the following : Calhoun County on Thurs- Mr. President nominated the name of Thos.!. Randall.: V "- 'J' .J. ____..I _....J.1r J'tord.rl, 1;
Teas and nays wen1 .. .>"so'n'! toil, .\IlXWll.lod .r, Stewart, Taylor, 7. Result in the House, \ >rcwart,from the Committee on Taxation and Revenue, \
"** -* H..l.l"'I\1 IJrown of the
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following
i \ Chairman. 11. Total, 21. ; report :
w jmTMrtMimNrngfon, J'1II1l'or"u. J(.'lm<;:ni, Sinun., .._ 1
Icy, Smith, Stewart. TaJlor-H. Which was received, and said bills ordered to be placed among For DuPont-Mr. Johnson, 1. Result in tho House, 10. To. The Committee on Taxation and Revenue, to whom Wu: nt,r", 1 1a
Nays.-None. the orders of die day.: tal, 11. bill to l II e entitled, An act; to require the respective Board m

Said lill passed Title as stated. The following. communication was received form the House of For Baker-Mr. Austin, 1. Result in the House, 0. Totr.1, 1. County Commissioners to examine and certify tho a xss Ine W (
Ordered that the same bo certified to tho House of Representa Representatives : For Randall-Mr. PreidcntIessrs.: : Finloy, McMillan: Smith, 4. turns made: by the Tax Assessors' report: a

ti n's. IIorn: or P.r.rRr."IXT\TI"ES, January 21, 1851. Result in the House, 1. Total', 5. That they have considered the bill referred to them, and Le.c"".., :
Engrossed bill to be entitled, An act to amend the laws now in Honorable President of the Senate: Blank-Messrs. Baldwin, Brown of Hillaborough; house, 3. fiat would produce greater accuracy in the a" essiaia; u*."""
force in this State relative to the foreclosure of Mortgages' ; :-jr-; Messrs. Bennett, Baker and Dilworth have been appointeda Total-5. and have a tendency to prevent fraud and erroneous assesst
Was read the third time, and on die question of its passage the Committee on the part of the House, to act with a similar Com For \Iitchell-o.: Result! in the House, 7. turn the bill back to die Senate without amendment and 'a i

yeas and nays were mitt t fee un> the }part of the Senate:; for the purpose of rescinding the There being no election! tine! Senate; : proceeded. to a forty-third mend its passage. .

Yeas-Mr. President, Messrs. Austin, Avery, Baldwin} Brown of Oth Joint Rule of the two Houses. voting. G CO. STEWART Cla.l r1II r. ,
1 Columbia, Brown of HilNboroagh, Buddington, Finley: Foiward, Respectfully, Committee from the House informed the Senate that the name of Which was received, and said bill! ordered to be placed, &" ()""
Johnson, McMillan, Moseley, Smith, Stewart, Ta\'lor-lj. II. ARCHER, :Mr. Baker was withdraw die orders of the day. I
Nays-None. Speaker House: of Representatives. For Thor.lpson-\h'ssrs.:\ Brown of Columbia, Brown of IIi1l Mr. Avcry, from tho Committee on Schools and Coll 8 ,ca:
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Which Fon"nrlllaxwdl: : Stewart 1. Resultin the following n> >ort :
Said bill passed. Title as stated. was read. borough Mosclev, Taylor- {
Ordered that the same be certified to the House of Rcpresentalives. Also the following: 0 the House, 8. Total, 15. I The Committee on Schools and Colleges, to whom wu; eta:
i Hnrsi: OF RnrEESEXTATiVES, January 21, 1S51. For DaPont-Mr. Johnson-1. Result in the House, 13. To. i ital "resolutions authorizing the Treasurer of this State! to b loin : .

Engrossed bill to l be entitled, An act to amend the second clau-e JIflntraof Prcxiil of the Senate: 1.1.Fur. from th'a iones:
of the eleventh article of the Constitution of this State so as to allow :Sir; :-The enclosed resolutions authorizing the loan of a portion Randall: -:Mr. Prt'sh1cutesqrs., : Austin! Avery, Buddingt.on, Calhoun, Washington; Marion and Duval Counties al o" .
the proceeds of the five hundred thousand acres of land donated of the Common School Fund to pertain Counties of this State for Finlev; McMill.ui: Smith-7. Result in tho House, G. Total, 13.: tiou authorizing; the Treasurer to loan from the Comooa JkH.:

to die State of Florida by the United States for Internal 1mjirovements the purpose of building a Court House. Blank--0. house, :2. fund, eight hundred dojhrs to the County: Coumussaoaera i or lie'.*,,",.
to Le appropriated for the use of Common Schools; Respectfully, Committee from the Hou30 announced that the: name: of Dillon do County," ask leave to

Was read the third time, and on die question of its passage, the II. ARCHER, Jordan was in nomination.Mr. REPORT :
yeas and nays: were : Speaker House of Representatives.Which President withdrew: the name of Thomas Randall.
Yeas-:Mr. President, Messrs, Avery, Baldwin, Brown of Columbia was read. There being no election: tho Senate proceeded to a forty-fourth; By an act entitled, "An act providing new mrdes! of icvKfczfc
Forward Johnson :McMillan The received from his School Fun I, and also prescribing the time at which the firitdus
Brown of Hillsborough, Finley, following message; was: Excellency die voting.For I
Mostley, Smith, Stewart-13. Governor: Jordan-Mr. Pr\sidcnt-l. Result in the House, 10. To. bution of the interest of the School Fund shall l be made," spprrsl '

Nays-Messrs. Austin, Taylor2.! EXECUTIVE CiiAMiiEn: January 21, 1851. tal, 11.For. Dec. 21, 1350, the Comptroller j h authorized to luaa morel Wtoa. :;;
Said bill passed. Title as'stated. To the Honorable R. J. FLO\D, Thomson re3sr;. Avery, Brown of Columbia, Brown of ty authorities, upon their giving such security as is required bt su i

Ordered that the same bo certified to the House of Representa President of! the Sena'f: HiiLborongh, Buddington, Forward, Maxwell. McMillan l Mostley, act. '
tives. :Sir; :-I rC pc'l"trull.nominato to die Senate:; for confirmation, the Stewart, Tn'lur-lO. Result in the Home, 5. Total, 15. As, unless this security is given, the money should not be l loci: :
Engrossed bill entitled, An act to provide for the collection of followin anjKiintmont viz : For DuPont; Messrs.l Finley: l1son-2.. Result the House, and as, if the security i i5 given, no special resolutions: are rapireienable n

Taxes and Highway Dues against; Free Persons: of Color; For the CllJ/tyof/ Santa Rosa.-Jcsejih :M.\ Bower, Emanuel 0. Total, 2. the counties to obtain the money, your Committee RKI
Was read the third time, and on tho question of its passage, the Foreham, Auctioneers.For Blank-Messrs. Austin, Smith-2. House, 2. Total, 4. mend that the above mentioned resolutions be not passed. !

yeas and nays: were: the County of Jad', .-John Q. Lundy, "'m. A. Whitfield, In the House-For Randall, 13. O. 31. AVERY, CAoran
Yeas-:Mr. President, Messrs. .Austin Avery, Baldwin, Brown of Edward Shackleford! James M. Brown, Wm. Bower, Henry Pope, In the House-For Baltztll, 1. Which was received, and said resolutions ordered to be plxi 1

Columbia, Brown of Ililiaborough, Buddington, Finley, Forward, Robert S. Dickson, James J. Pittman, Auctioneers.For There being no election, the Senate proceeded to a forty-fifth among the orders of the day. j
Johnson, McMillan, Mosek-y, Smith, Stewart, Ta\lor-15. the County of Fral'lklin.HolJt'rtlyel'8; : James J. Griffin, ing-; Mr. :Forward, from the Committee on Enrolled Bills, made* t I i

NaysNone.Said Sari W. Hutchinson, P. W. Cullen: Auctioneers ; For Jordan-:Mr. President, Mr.Johnson, 2. Result in the House, following report: :
bill passed. Title as stated. Edward McCully, Nathan Baker, Daniel :McDonald, Westcott 5. Total, 7. The Committee on Enrolled Bills report as correctly enrolled:

Ordered dial the same be certified to the House of Representa Harris! Joseph Ridlcr, Ansou Hancock, Benjamin Ellison, Post Wardens For Thompson-Messrs. Austin, Avery, Brown of Columbia, An act to extend the provisions of the first section of an act spring

tires Apalachicola: ; Brown, of Ilill borough, Buddington, Forward, Maxwell, McMillan, a lien to Steam Boat Men and others, navigating: tie Bay au 0'

House bill to be entitled, An act to legitimate Wesley Allen Dikes, Robert Myers\ M.\ P. Ellis" Thos. L. Mitchell, B. F. Nourse, John Moseley, Stewart, Ta\lor, 11. Result in the hour,22. Total, 33. River of Apalachicola l approved January 4, lt47? and bo,of{ ai
Bryant Dikes, Daniel Dikes, Unity Dikes, Isham: Dike*, and Sarah Coupe, Commissioners of Pilotage, Apalachicola.: For Randall-Messrs. Finley, Smith, 2. Result iu the House, 4. act to amend an act approved 4th January, 1S17, giving a lien t:
.. Ann Dikes, and to make them}heirs at law of Daniel Coker, of Madison :\ For the County of Leon.-R. II. Berry, John J. Rowlee, John B. Total, C.BlankMr.. Steam Boat Men and others, navigating the Bar. and River of Jp-
County, Florida: and to change their names; Keen, Auctioneers.For Baldwin, 1. Result tit the House, 0 Total, 1. lachicola, approved January 11, ISIS, over the County of IliUsbor-

:Mr. Moseley moved to .inmid saM bill as follows! : the County of n-alu111l.-Georgo G. Holt, John Denham, The President, announced that Leslie A. Thompson! having received ough;
Strike out of said: bill the word "Sarah," wherever it occurs in Auctioneers : a majority of the concurrent vote of both Houses! of the General An act to provide for the incorporation cf Benevolent or Chi. i

the title, and insert Laura," in lieu thereof; Wm. H. Brodie, Port Warden, St. Marks. Asst'nlLly'a duly elected Associate Justice of the Supreme bio Societies ;
Which was adopted ; For the CfflirJy/ of Jatli..m.-Ir3 Swift, David R. Townsend, Court of the State of Florida An act for the relief of.1. E. Geiger; E

And paid bill was read die first tim% rule waived, read. the second Thomas, R. Barnett: Auctioneers.! The following message was received from the Ilouso of Representatives An act to provide for the incorporation of Insurance :Assoc '

and third times ; and on the question of its passage the yeas and For the County of Hassan., -Waynes Svrearingen, Francis D. : tions; e i iton
An act giving to the Judges of Probate of Escambia and Hand-
nays were: Pon, Auctioneers. HonE OF RErnE:\TATl\"J:?, January 21, 1S51.IlonoralJe .
Yeas-Mr. President, :Messrs. Austin, Avery, Baldwin, Brown of For the County of n"ra1.-R. B. GiblH, Benj. Wilson, Thos. W. ) President of the Senate: Counties, the powers of Justice of the Peace in certain easts, '

Columbia, Buddington, Fiuley, Forward, Johnson, McMillan: Mo&e- Jones, J. II. McRorr, Jr., Benj. Frisby, Charles D \\'ar.l, Matthew Sir :-The House have passed the following bills, viz : Ail act in relation to roads in Escambia! County ; ?.
ley, Smith, Stewart-13.Navs Knight Thomas Bowden Auctioneers.For Resolution respecting: land selected for the State.;
Bill to be entitled, An act to incorporate dio Franklin Mutual Insurance .
*> -None. the County of St. John.*.-George Center, Francis P. Ferri. Company ; W. A. FORWARD, CJuanaa.

i t Said bill passed. Title as rtatftt era, Joseph; A. Strischka: Auctioneers.For : Bill to be entitled, An act in relation to the duties of the Comp- Which was: received.Mr. "
Brown of Columbia from the Committee die State of&
Ordered that the same be certified to the House of Representatives. the County of Lrvy.-William Wilson, Auctioneer ; tioiler and Treasurer, of this! State ; Commonwealth on
Joseph'} Oglesbay} Thos.. Winn, Thomas Day, Port Wardens Bill to be C'lItitledn act to increase the salaries: of the Comptroller made the following report:
The Committee on the State of the Commonwealth,to whcmT.Ji
House bill to be entitled, An net fixing die time of }holding: the Cedar !Key: 's. of Public Accounts, Treasurer and other officers; referred a petition of sundry citizens of Leon praying ik ,
General of Florida Fur the County of llill.sllOrou-licljnh; C. Brown, A. C. Robinson Bill to be entitled, An act for the benefit of die; Scrip holders of County,
Assembly ; of a law providing for the removal of all free :
William Cooler, JOM"phIoorl': Win. F. Lockwood, James the late of Florida passage : persons .
Was read the first time, rule waived, and read the second time by Territory ; color beyond the liiiiits of this State, and abo aa appreprslion
its title. 'lcKnJ'il1iun: II. Wyatt, Auctioneers ; Bill to be (entitled, An act for the removal of die County Site in asking '
Mr.\Forward offered the following amendment, viz : Micajah C. Brown, A. C. Robitison! William Cooley, Port Wardens Nassau County ; for carrying the :same into REPORT effect, if needed,ask leave to

Amend the first w-otion bv and in shall the at Tampa Bay. Resolution relative to die establishment! of a tri-vreekly Mail between :
adding, no case (: mem- o That they have had die same under consideration and upon c
tars) of said General Afeeembly be entitled to pay for more than for For the County of 11Tnfl7lI1o.-James A. nozc.ttuctlOnc<.>r. certain points ; examination of tabular Geaerhlsembly
Fur the County of Moriror.-Joseph B. Browne, Henry Lindsay, Senate bill to ba entitled, An act giving to the Judges of Probateof a statement made to the present
ty-two days. the that to*
E. .\. Falkner Charles Tift William William Saunders John and Hamilton Counties the of Justice by Comptroller of this State, it will seen
Curry, Escambia powers of the
said
Mr. Avery offered the following amendment to amendment, hundred color wi&!:
are only one and O free of
follows \\ Porter, Charles: :\'e1LsP. J. Fontane, Crawford Thompson, Peace! in certain cases ; twmtJl( ) persons

ns" And dio.: members shall fc'cdno pay except for the days in James Filor, Wm. II. Wall, W. II. Von Pfister, William Pinckney, Senate bill to be entitled, An act to oxtend the provisions of the the Your limits:Committee of the State:; are, subject to of pay the taxes.deleterious influence! of &a ,"

which bhall bii in attendance tho of Hiram Bonnet, Asa F. Tift, Joseph A. Thouron, Jos. C. Whalton, first section of an act giving a Lien to Steamboat men and othersnaigating aware
they actually : upon meetings unfortunate people have but mustf.:1ru:
their John P. Baldwin, Auctioneers; the Bay and River of Apalachicola, approved January may upon our slaves they ;.1
respective Houses ; home somewhere nudehould be *
Upon which the yeas and nays were called for by :Messrs.\ Forward Samuel 1 Harvey, Edward Dexter, Alex'r Browne, Henry Williams ,I, 1817, and also! of an act to amend an :approved Jan. 4, 1S17, ed it will deny them, thai home: the where prayer their of die lot petitioners has been e 1 go, :!
and and Port Wardens, Key West ; giving a Lien to Steamboat: men and others navigating the Bay and .
Avery were: they will have to seek
ewhere.
Yeas-Messrs. Austin, Avery, Baldwin} Brown of Columbia, Fredrick Filor, Christian Boyer "". H. Von Pfister, L. Bought- River of Apalachicola: approved January 11, ISm), over the County forbid this:,; without paying one them for what Humanity they cannot,jnsaceuoar carry I\\' ,
Brown of Hillsborough, Buddington Fialev Forward Johnson man, Commissioners of Pilotage, Key West of Ilillsborough ; &
and also the die
defraying of their removal
: an ex pe
1 McMillan Moseley 11. For Putnam Cuunty-Jf'Si-.C A. Brush! Auctioneer.I Senate Resolution respecting Lands: selected for the State; expense b-
State is ill able to bear. at this time. In connection with tbiHJ
l\a's-Mr. Pre tl'ntJsrs., : Smith, Stewart, Taylor-1. have the honor to l he, Also, Senate bill to be l'ntitledn act to amend die :Militia: laws ject, Jour Committee would also consider the laws of tH Sae, "I
Your ob. fcc. of this State- with the inclosed amendment
Said amendments rno. ;
were adopted (adopted for the government of this unfortunate class of Peopkt ;:r:
Mr.\ Finley offered to amend said bill as follows, viz : THO. BROWN. In,which, the concurrence of the Senate h respectfully solicited. and believing that if enforced,M
Which was read, and tho nominations therein contained agreedto : they are properly and promptly
Strike, out the and insert tlieword Respectfully,
words"forty-two" "tidrtY"inlieu serious inconvenience will l he them reoiflwhere
thereof except the nominations for the Counties of Leon and Wakulla, II. ARCHER experienced by letting I
; they are. They therefore recommend that the prayer f"
which were on motion laid on the table until to-morrow.
Which lost w
was House resolutions authorizing tho Treasurer of tiiis State to borrow Speaker House of Representatives. petitioners be not granted a! this time, and that the Commit -

Said bill was ordered to bo engrossed as amended for a third money from the Common; School Fund for the County Commissioners Which was read, and said House bills ordered to be placed amongthe discharged 1 from the further consideration of the subject.

reading! to-morrow. of Calhoun, Washington, Marion and Duval Counties; orders of die day.: Respectfully submitted.
House }bill to be entitled/ An act to fix die compensation of Tax Was read the first time, rule waived, read tho second time, and And said Senate bills ordered to be enrolled. R. BROWN, Ckirjwi-

Assessors and Collectors/ ; referred to the Committee- Schools and Colleges. The Senate refused to concur in said amendments' Which was received.Mr. .
i"I Was read die first time, rule waived, read die second time by its House bill entitled, An act regulating the times and places of Iloje bill to be entitled, An act in relation to the duties of the Austin, from a Select Committee,'made the following KPr''
litle, and referred to the Committee on Taxation and Revenue. holding the Circuit Courts of the Western Circuit; Comptroller and Treasurer of this State; The Select Committee, to whom was refeired an act to F?*',t

House bill entitled, An act for die relief of layman Sheppard ; Was read the first time, rule waived read die} second time by its Was read the first time rule waived read the second time by its for die compensation of Jurors in Gadsden County, have 1'Ct h.1ir',
Was read die waived read the second and third
first
time rule theirman
title, and tho amendments proposed by the Chairman of the Committee tide, and on motion referred to a select Committee consisting of same under consideration, and havo instructed me, as
limes, and on the question of its passage; the yeas and nays were: to die act back without amendment, and reO
on the Judiciary adopted, said amendments ordered to be engrossed Messrs. Avery, Smith and :Finley. report
Brown -of Columbia
Yeas-Mr. President, Messrs.1 Baldwin, ,
f and aid bill ordered to a third reading to-morrow. House bill to'be entitled, An act to increase the salaries of tho its passage.
Brown of Hillsborough, l'lof.'ll'J--5.' House bill to he entitled, An act to provide for the payment of Comptroller, Treasurer, and other officers ; JOSEPH AUSTIN, CMitamoU -
Nays-Messrs. Austin, Avery, Buddington, Fiuley, Forward, Coroner's Juries, and for other purposes; I Was read the first time, rule waived, read the second time by its Which was received, and said Lill ordered tube placed

Johnson, McMillan, Smith, Stewart, Tailor-11. Was read the second time, and ordered to a third reading to i title, and referred to a select committee, consisting of Messrs. Avery orders of the day. ,,
j Said bill was lost morrow. Smith and Mr. Avery, from a Select Committee, made the followingThe re?">;
i Ordered that die be certified to dio House of I Finley. bill be
Representatives.
samo t to
Bill to be entitled, An act requiring original accounts and vouchers House bill to be entitled, An act for the benefit of the Scrip holders Select Committee, to whom was referred House ?repurer '
y and I evidence upon which warrants are drawn by die. Comptroller of the late Territory of Florida,; titled, An'act in relation to the duties of the Comptroller and
House bill to be entitled, An act to provide for the compensation of Public Accounts to bo filed in his office and not of that of die Was' read the first time, rule waived, read the second time by its of this State; also Hone bill to be entitled An act to iacreythe
.;f of Jurors in the County of jadsdeu ; Treasurer; title, and referred to the Committee on Claims and Accounts. salaries} of the Comptroller of Public Accounts, Treasurer014other

p Was read the first time, rule waived, read tho second timo by its Was read tho second time, and. ordered to bo engrossed for to House bill to be entitled, An act for the removal of die County offices, ask leave to report : .-.
title, and referred to a select Committee, said Committeo to consist morrow. Site in Nassau County; They have examined of said bills,and approving tho first men t

of 1lcssrs.us n, Buddington and Smith.Ilouso House bill to be entitled, An act repealing sections first and sec Was read tho first time, rule waived, read th bill to bo entitled, An act to require the respective Boards ond, and amending section third of an act in relation to trading with times, aud on the question of its passage the yeas and nays were : The numerous and great drains upon the Treasury Wade d pj i1 to
of County Commissioners to examine and certify) die assessment and slaves, approved February 11, 1831 ; Yeas-Mr. I>President Messrs. Austin, Avery, Baldwin, Brown of passed at the present session of the General Assembly, re, aoldbathe

returns made l h y Tax Assessors! ; Was read the second time ; tho amendments proposed by die Columbia, Brown of Hillsborough, Buddington, Fiuley, Forward, opinion of die Committee inexpedient that the last bill

f Was read die first time, rule waived read the second lime by its Chairman: of the Committee on the Judiciary, were adopted, and Johnson, Maxwell, McMillan, Moseley, Stewart, Taylor-15. p3.S Cd.'l _+
\ tide and referred to the Committee on Taxation and Revenue. said bill as amended ordered to a third reading to-morrow. Nay-Mr. Smith-1. O. M. AVERY, &** :da

House bill to be en tlt'dn act to declare Florida River, in On motion the Senate took a recess until 3 o'clock, P. M. Said bill passed.: Title as stated. Which was read, and said bill ordered to be placed auioa7

:r: Gadbden County, a navigable stream; Ordered that the same be certified to-dio House of Representa orders of the day.
\ Was read the first time, and ordered to a second reading: to-mor 3 O'CLOCK, P. M. tives. (To be continued.)

} row. Tho Senate met, quorum present. Mouse Resolution relative to tho establishment of a tri-weekIy
house resolution relative to printing the Constitution of this Committee from the Senate proceeded to inform tho house that Mail between certain points ; land's at Havana is represented asXo s

State ; the hour agreed upon by both Houses of die General Assembly togo Was read die first time, rule waived, read tho second and: third 0Jenny in reception to huzza at her arrival, and P00 r j eoor
Waa read the first time, and on motion l laid.on die table.- into.die election of an Associate Justico of the Supreme Court, times and passedOrdered crowds were find waiting hotel I, escorteu bf. s5a

House resolution authorizing the construction of firo-Proof vaultsin had arrived, and that the Senate was then ready to proceed with that the same be certified to the Ilouso of Representa was obsequious compelled Barnum.to She quarters was to at have an ordinary sung on the 10th.
said election. 'dJ
die
Capitol;
i+ ;:' Was read who first time, and ordered to a second reading to-mort On motion, Mr. Welch was excused for the remainder,of die ses- tives.House bill to be entitled, An act to change the time of holding (O-):: The U. S. Frigate St Lawrence is to sail for ];ondoa Fe ,;;.
l : sion from Thursday next. the Circuit Courts exhibition the World's Fair dw 1st
,;1'\-.I'" : ...:-'-. .' row. of the ;Middle Circuit ; notions" for at J1

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The General Assembly I C'jrre!)pondenip' the Xtrw York E1'res. on. .roWtJ.J'.y- --v I

loribinn Z JournaL) I'\Vlionrncd l; y'h'rda.altcr a be&bion nf sixtyone Cabinet Session-General Quitman. Koiicq.A Sale of Negroes. VALUABLE LAUDS

) : dl -s. The session has been a laborious "'.'oooJU'iGTOX Jan. 10. *LL Tx>r'on inieLte1 1 to the estate of lJc1nni1 B V order or the Court of PnJMte ,I' L"on Ponnly, t-
"W .
--- Thcnnp on, late I.f J.ulsden County, tIH"t.LOof'tl the MRdiTMiTiH-H, will sell at Herring's Siore, in AND
out. enacting more laws probably, than While I write t the ''al.iriet. i b are hereby I to forward niwl Kiid t
"SATITEDAY JANUAEY 25 1B51. anj- iu Session. requeue come make im- Cunnl, tVrd.K-Ml.iy, the V.M Janittry nt-st, TOWN PROPERTY AT AUCTION
previous Legislature of the Territory or State. nntl it is said, (not rumor 111-1\,) that the I Jediate jwyniMit to the ..ub-
--- sn}lject ofits dcnuukl ,cither croiiuort or distrilniti-cs: ,ac-in Ji'rrv, and Air.aiida, belonging lu the Cslaleol Ldnnii I,
----- We shall have leisure and occasion hereafter deliberations is 110 less n personage tan 1 estate T WILL OFFER FOR SALE AT AUCTION on
jiro hereby n.tiae l to pneat tiiera witlihi i tart, deceased. -1
Valedictory than his Excellency Governor G'lwmI the: time the first Monday in February, 1851, at T"Jlnha-4'
Quit. prescribed by law, (r their will l JAMKS L. HART. ?
Called by circumstances to a new home in 1o allude to some of these acts, as having an m nUln. TIle story goes, that the District Judge payment >c JQIIN S. 1UUT, (if not di-iiu ed of at private sale before that tim,)
L.lITcu'W.
fin))0tjicr Stale, (where, however, he hopes important bearing upon the future prosperity flf Louisiana, before whom the suit against H: KILCREASE, Aibnr.Cfinnty Surviving EM-cutoraof: Ednin llart. the County following c-f Leon.valuable Several tract of of these Land tracts, Mtnate in thw i .

of the State.( ho General i is GnJ icn January 25, lt 31. 3 St December 2 1, 10. &) ts are adjoining :
old ___
of his has the
Mill to hold converfe with many brought, mn application or in immediate vicinity of Talahi&sec, and at !

Lakes to the President for ad\ice, and the opinions Notice.SfX tie] sale may be divided into lot* to suit purchaser: 1
the hereby jo
nndemgnod $ Reward.
,) Election of Senators. .
cquaiutanccs advanced I do not The we t half of tin? north-west qiiartcr of section t rw, .
rrspoctful leave of the readers of the Ho- Thomas 11. Benton has been elected U. S. m will avow it-thnt the Cab- ': month after date, I "hall apply to 'the Hon STOLE on the ni-ht of the 8th infant from a containing 80 acre.
net
fl decide to grant the Court the Cor- Jutir ol Probate tar the County nf Leon in the City Hotel a POCKET BOOK North half of section two

ridian & Journal, and i.f the people of Fierida. Senator for six years, from the 4th March pomI's guard asked for, in the event it be for letterof fil iiIdisrniinii as Administrator nf the Notes,Accounts and memoranda of great containing val East half! north-ca. quurCcr containing n-ctnii X, 220". 80 )

It is not without sadness that, after arrsidcnceofsix i next, by a coalition between the Denlonianites Ill'4 del to induce the General's attendance in estate cc; of. James lacl\ljdeJat! of said County' de.aed. ue to the owner, and to him only. Al)
New Oi leans. confuting jrrinfiimUy (>f IUU (five ) tilt- weit containing 4S) **
upon
he )bids adieu to this and free
Whigs soilers of the Missouri EDWARD
years DLACKL1DGE Adta'r.
| Bonk of St. and also
I 3Inry' probsbly) some lull*upon I hll"f'or k-s, including the field at tto
Laud of Flowers and says .' Good-bye") to its Lt gi btur{. So says an exchange. The Spanish Minister, Dc La Daren, has, __:January. 2% Ia51. 3 Cm the Rink of Cliarleiton and alo other} Reorgia' money D's.t ;

To the friends, who have I As what ,een urging matters the past week quite strenuously All or nearly all ) f j St. Mary bills have on theInck Lot No. 5 of the south-west qaarter of section
pemwus ('ItlZCflS. to may be expected from the renegade and it i is as much at his instance, as Groceries. the priM mar of broker.. one. towifehip '"W. range tJllo

custaineil and cheered him, end expressed n. Uenton, thus endorsed by the odds the Federal authorities of Louisiana, that the 20 1 EELS extra suiH-rfine Hour, Tht' above reward will bo sriven to any person who MMith and we<, containing 10
*p. UK bu")uli V/Mte will furnish evidence of the thief. this oGce. kno-vn the Mejfinni
Corn. Apply at as Lot.
( too flattering anxiety nnd a solicitude hard to and ends in Missouri, it may be stated that requisition is made. De La Kirca i id determined 50 heavyeed Oat3 January 11,1851. 1-5w The Mnith-wet qimrter of section 23, containing

IM resisted that he should still remain in their he voted in the Senate on the 15th instant to push the suit to extremes. 10 banvk3c! .;Pork, 130 1 .

He therefore appeals to the President, and a raks Sid In Chancery. Lots No*.75; 80, 81, 86,of section 25,enel
r the advocates Ofl
mid] t--01ll' 4) cause against laying on the table a petition presented .
(1 lemands compliance with the treaty obligations 2 tierrcK S. C. Him*, IN JEFFERSON CIRCUIT COURT. containing 22

which they hold sotlear-what shall he say? by Hale, of New Hampshire, praying for of 1818 ; and the} Court hacks him, bo- 2! L)>.k lA.-af Lard. I Hill for Partition and Distribution Eslatf. LoU No*. S3. 31, S5. 36, in the cast halCw )
of
Only this, that he can jievcr forget them.- the repeal of the fugitive slave law. ca use, it contends Quitman, has also beentuilty 20 C I a (jJahtiar;Inxn .\i'l'ot..to[ilCT.' I Alexander Scott AdmiriHtratcr of Aaron B. C. Sv-ott "onail>utl -east.quarter of section 26, each t .

To his political opponents; ht .bids farewell Richard IJroadhead, Democrat, has been of high treason, in furnishing firms todw 1 IVraii X UL", I' deceased, more or less, all in tmnvlJp one .

enemies of the ore. \ I do 10 P'JTfl.3 I-i'.r'. r*. nnjp north and \f L ;
Republic :' t'ne. "!
unkind thought Conscious of I 4 ..
without one elected U. S. Senator by the Legislature ofPennsylvania. I David :E.: 31. Srott. and others.
not ask to faith in these 15 hbU l-ctiCed! Wc) : The we-i half iKirtli-we juartcr M-ctw-n ,

having: been actuated by a sense of duty, he Mr. I). has served some time_ statements you, for I repose do not implicit; but it is manifest: Landing front Sdltlt"rr TulLiIiflSHf for "aTo uvXrXAUGilT : I N of this the cause bill, verified it apj waring hy affid.it from the of alTegatiorM Complainant I f 30 townshipone.rutgeoiit-north an J ** I
cast
JOn OSD.cwport containing 6'J
has of course, no apologies to make for tn with considerable credit lie tliat De Uarca; is tliat -
anything Congress, croosnLoutthe affair. ,Jonairr 25, lt 51. 3 Defendant R IL Scott does not reside itt U.eState W est alf, itlwv'st quarter of section 3.town.iIip .
that he has written nevertheless he -- -- ----- of Florida but 'ha fled to unknown, not
; i was among the first from Pennsylvania to denounce ports one, range one, north and ,
_. .vwett. I
The New York Journal of Commerce has For Sale, to arrive per Schooner Flirt. out of the United Stites: coiitiiminfj **
would fain hope, that, as he leaves the Statecherishing the bantling of his colleague, Wiln,0t !. It is tlfrefure OrJsrrrI, That the Paid David E. 8<1t <
a high respect for the virtues of Cotton, as I 1000CI S Liverpool Salt, }1 J. \\ & half, -soutli-irest quarter, section P.

no unkind feeling towards any of ,-the Proviso-thunder, by tho way, will be seen from the following : I ) suid, I ii barrelP..n.. Scott appear and inswer, plead or demur t<> said Bill 1 1"r township one range one, nortlt and a I

its so none of them feel unkindly toards Wilmot For the sake o'cotton fleets will : 3 qr.&i-ks Pale and! Drown hcrry Wine, tin before the first 3I) vlay in June next or the west, containing 80 ,
]l' l' stolen bv* from Webster. cross 61 ** M came will bf taken for confessed as to bini, and sot Lot No. S, fractional Becti.n 8, towmlup Y I

\\ 11ilU.-.I'o tin? patrons of the FJoridian Jesse T. Bright has been elected U. S.Senator mi..htvoceans.- For cotton pow'rfulnttiolls ; 1 bale Iieavy striped Domestic?, down for hearing rr /xtrte: Pron'id: That this Order two. ran: c one, nortli and west, con-
will submit to affronts will avoid 1 (ari"f'r" a bcpublkhed) for four rnontl weekly in wjnienewspajvr taming .
and Journal he has great satisfaction in ; war, or 1231 1
say by the Indianna Legislature.Circuit TLc* latter ) pu!>li-hed iuTivlIaliasseeprijr to said first Moa Lot No.
fractinnall'-ctinn
make peace. How many times has it E.1\'l ll I w ids arc mar.uf.i'-turpd in South Carr 1. 20, tmm"l! p I
tliat he leaves it in the hands --------- -- dav in June.January .
of
inc one Courts-Middle District us from a war with England, and also with lina >r -rii"lalior, and are "'it a.lam' "We caUthe 1 Stli 1851. three range one, north and Vfimt con-
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whose principles, intelligence and l attention cf our fricn N to them.McNAfliIIT. taming 71|
experience Among the bills p:1ss'd:1t the late session 1 France And now behold how it quickensthe i ORJIOXD.Jsinnary ThOMAS BALTZELL, Judge. Eart l af, sotitli-ea quarter, pecijon 17.towa ,
Jractical skill make him eminently worthy of sympathies: of the North towards the A true copy:
is one changing the the time of the [ l\t'\\"Iort, 23,1S.11. 3 their (confidence." ith his parting holding South, and of the South towards the North, C. G. FIn Clerk.: (last contaiiUiu: ; 80

compliments 1- Circuit Courts of the Middle Chcuit. The messed be cotton It defeats the schemes Selling out at Cost. January IS, 1851. 2 4m West }Ltlf, ") .(t quarter, p ion 1,
his
to cotranporaries of the press and following is the law : of agitators, nulificators and disorganizes. It r gii r. .5b
his wishes for their abundant'ProsPeritY, he .Q will nell )la- stock of Dry Good; and HardAvare west, containing 8y \
An act to change the time of holding the strengthens the arms of Union men in ever1c<' -!ting uf Lagging: (J"'i.il'III'I..lN...*, Calicoes. SIX months from this date' I bill apply to the South half section i:, town-hip; two, range I

figns LimseU Circuit Courts of the Middle CircuitHouse 1 I part of the land. It has suggested a name Ilnrvn Shirting and Sheeting, Check*, Shots= Boots, e of Probite! of Gadsden COlutyOr' letters one, rn-rth and! west, ci>ntaiuutj C20 ** I

R. B. for the most of Nuih, (. of di4lri5ion from I the aduiinisirationcf the estateof North half section 1 1, township two,
HILTON. :JC. 1. lie it enacted by tlie. Senate and patriotic party modern days ; 'rkt'n &c., at ( t. range .
of which though given in derision is ALSO Gnx'eri"9 ui-J I'rhi-ion.*. consisting of ext'a John B. Durr, deceased. one. north and west containiru? Z'2Qi I
lirjircsentatii-es' 1 the Stale of Floridy yet ex- and sucrfint. M. A. DtTRR, AilminnfraMr.! Lot No. 3. fractional section 12. township
Flour in Iwrrel and half! barrels.Leaf .
From the above, it will be seen that on the in General! AisrmMy convenedt 'J'hat the tretnely appropriate. The cotton party, eh ? Lar.l No. 1 Soap! 5 bhk X. O. Sugar, Gadsden: County, January J b, IS5I. 2 Cm two. range one, north and we:t, containing

terms of the Circuit Courts in the Counties of Yes the party of 1 Union, Peace, and Concord. 2 bees Sir C'lindlei., UioIU Cuff... 11.1 *

undersigned will hereafter devolve the entirecontrol tho Middle Circuit, shall hereafter commence If man: loved his fellow man: ; if he were willing titii'd WlliJa,'. Hum f Sin, Brandy, Chcc-ic Leon Female Academy. The last mi-ntioncd trart sitnaVd at the hcn I sat

and editorial management of die Fh>. '' as follow, lo wit : I h to make the least jKTP-Mjal! sacrifice fur At a shJ.alllru it fvr } THE TniPtee of the Lf-on Female! i\KueTiy! take Lake Ja;'k caskALrnr.D tendnu* from the fence
of Mr.
ruibn &. Journal. In making this announcement I SJ'laXH TIml-n the Count of Gadsden I the good of thn eat a distance ; nay, if he E. HOC. method of informing the public! that tlwy ly tit the frcrt of the Orcliard Carr.Pond f'U tl Plantation.,j Lake,near-It

1ir in March Leon third I![ did not delight in the lIIi l.ril'6 of others and January t 25, 185 1. 8 }h-ivcojiened) the aJjove la-titution, un-ler the suporintendpnre cont.iiiw about
and in assuming the responsibilities itiD'uh'rs Mtmiiny ; I of 'V. 1' CCNNIVGIIAM .r South Carolina 835 acres* Iwide a lar.,* extent of val
Monday in l:1rchrtkulb first t i in 'I seek to make himself happy at their Books ( u abhtalluvial land attached it by draining and thererediiM
!
he is not i ignorant of the onerous duties I ; Moud.ir I expense, wiiih Iii-titution will afTord all the advantage1* of nthorough
April ; JcfitT&on, second )1 Mondav in April 1 the world might exist without! cotton. lint F-NTLEJIEX and refined eJucafion., "We of the Lake,and not included lit the he has taken ; G )laving t-itht-r Law or JIL'celtocom : hfj>" to place it of i itj .t
himself CO'1t nt'i.
upon the discharge; Madison, third Monday ill .\pril ; Hamilton it as it i is, the extinction of cotton would spread(I I lio.L'A!, tho jTOfic-rty of the tsuWriber, are urreoiujoiod : on such ft f' >ting in to obvbte the necessity of sending i

of which 'he approaches with unaffected did 1. fourth Monday in Apiil.M. a pall of darkness over the! earth. It would geDI; to return them iminfjafefif.IL i our cliilJrcn from home to acquire knowledge.Trrin At the sane tine and place

dcnce and concern ifustained, however, by' 1ALI. T1. .-In the County of Gadsden r unsheath the sword, and buniisb the dagger. J 15. 1I1LTOX.IP jitr Sm'on of Flrf Jhn'Jis. GADSDEX I will fiVr COUNTY for sale the jiluwiuij LUIKI situatol In !.

I first t Monday i in October Leon third Monday Most fortunate it ia that cotton does hot :'ll.T 1851. 2 2tII. TIle Fr'lt CLw, in which win IMS taught all the higher :
a generous community, on which he unrepcrvedly ; branches of The south-east quarter and oat half of sonth-'re'.it ,
throws himself he i iu October; Wikulla, first Monday in grow e't.'r.ywhere.. If it did, it would no : E. BRADFORD, Gretk, if de-irt-d an EaglUh: Education, also Latin and 1 quarter of section 85, towaJJp 2, range 3, north amid .
will do his ti5
very November; Jefferson, second Monday: in November j l|longer be a bond of Union. But now, tho lf"Q J1 W E"J' AT LAW S (Jla.<-Sielln: ?. Reading, Oe'Tgrnphy, 00TOW west,t'tl/1t lling' 2 HI arT"'_
Lest to give salisfarlion to his readers. South is the This tract is known by the name uf the CInr ILimmock. ,
Madison third magazine of the wotU's indust Arithmetic -
English
; Monday in November ) t&.r Madison Court House, Florida.January Uraiamar, Natural Hi -
I etv"! of LittLe River, and i believed
to I Ito 00
It is lordly necessary to say that the politoicl ; Hamilton, fourth Monday in November.Six. and pro" vrty. What would! not Unglaiid IS, 1151. 2 tf tory Conifxrtition Ancient and iltnleni History any tobacco land in the county. equal

character of the Journal will undergo no J. Jie it further enacted, Tliat all I give for monopoly] of Cotton. If th .North I Tftlnl,(ClatSptll Recitations .ReatnxrWritinArith-20 00) The we..t half of n rth-ea"lt.quarter of section 7.

I laws end of laws were to part with the South how For Charleston, S. C. ; towJ hip 3, 5 north and .
inconsistentith : west
It will parts tLisact company nititic ri'ige ,cjutoirung Stcres. }
change. reraun what] ,
it has h
ever been, be and soon would England in and f*:'. : rpIIE Si-lnxw-r) 'LIItT-tu arrive in ri-Jit Geography, History, EnglL Grammar a .
they are hereby repealed. stt-p supply ourplace. 15 00)
the exponent of Democratic principles. Ou' J Ah it is, Cotton Ltp both her and 1 I'.I p t"ort, TM buffijii-nt-*- Ifr ten cariro taYi--wlll) can Le obtained.return) to Parti.th- above de Fourth C7/IM-Spelling, Reading, 'Writing, 10 Wj3Itiiic : : Also, :following Lois in tic Ttnrn of T :

those great questions affecting more particularly Productions of South Florida. ourselves in order. Hurrah, then, for Cotton i j i i hirou-t of iiiiij'pin to Ch.irlti.-ton will jJeasc upply I to .. 20H i (K> laJutsscc, North Addition, and County Qr. f

the peculiar interests of the South, it TIle reader will find a report ia our paportoday and the Cotton partv. Hurrah fur the Union ', URUDIE: i 1'1:rns. St. Marks. c.r French, ) 00 Lots Nos. 98, 99Io- 103, 19, ICO, 188, U9.
BY THE
will always and at all times be found on t.Lt'"id } oa the Climate(, Soil and Produc- as it i is, the Constitution as it is, and the il.-NAUGUT i ORMOXD, Newport, January 11, 1P51. 1 TRUSTEES.tf Lot* ." 10, 1S, and 20, iu the South Lalf the
January 18,1W1. 2 tfHAVE Couutyqnarter.
of justice and of right, against fanatical <]hiolls of South Florida," from a Joint Com-I Compromise as it ia. j The above Land- an.1 Lots Trill lie wild free of all ,
i' Cotton being BO potent, why it not be IrlcNaught & Ormond Groceries, &c._ incumbruna-A
mittoa of the two Houses to which call may MI the f. encroachment we
or conservative Eupineness. It ( made! thC ill t.umel1t of justice to the section on hand fur sale a fresh supply >tat ruST rereivod at the nw Store, ii i in cash-the bahnco in one and two year, with: .Ilttl

may not be out of place here to state that I attention. Evidently Florida presents attractions which produces it ? Java CotF-o, J 2 'ir.c\obC.'Z. rmjy: 1 box imperial Tea. L'Hior-ed notes and a lien oa the prcju-rty nntil the

Kiwof Siilnmn Xo. 1 5 1bl RectU AVlii-kcy, 2 4 },Ll ('ranh.'met, tut note is paid! with interest at evht -
while tJiis paper bas undeservedly enjoyd the for the emigrant far surpassing those of -::-:--__ _- -.--- 1 Jlon-ip )" cent p--r
I = Kit of Mackerel Xo. 1. : 18 boxes R.iUin-t annum from date. It. K. CALL.

,, reputation of "disunionUt," it has not been ,, any other State. There is no necessity for : OBITU AR Y.Dil.tI Half and qr. barrels Xo. 1 and 2, 5 bac RiCotTe gO" Go hen Cheese, Jannjj-y 11, 1t51. 1 t.s

the advocate of disunion. It has regardt'dtLl" going to California in pursuit of gold, with PUtUleiily, (in the evening of the 21fet of Jan- Bol'.gna Sauagei. 2 bbk Cni-hcd Sugar, 10 kegs Butter,

I nry, at the reMd'-nce of his father in Jefferson County, : leir*of Malaga Grapes 1 barrel 3Iolassc-s, 5 bbl) DrieJ Apples, For Sale.11T1I.L .

late compromise measure?, with the si n- the attendant risks to health and life, while' EDWAIID WILLIAM EDWARDS, eldest fon cfrf Half and quarter taxes Rti-tina 1 Syrup 6" Plicae, be sold at Public Sile, on the f.rif TDe .

gle of the j o more certain inducements held Prime Go-hen Butter 4 i bis.3IackereLNa 1, 5 kegs Leaf Lard S .lay in FEf5KUARY, in the city of TalUhjs-
exception fugitive slave Jaw, as i in-'s' many are John A. ann ILirriet IL Edvrurd 4 boxes
in the 7th year Eiijli and Common Cheese Claret, 2 U>x*>s asMjrtjd Candie: Dairy see f'I, known aq the of Ko-
jurious to the South, and what she had 'no out by the rich soil and genial climate of our : hiage-a child of much promi-m cut off iu early life] Pine Apple do. 4 -" Cider, 1 1'hi. Prime Pork. bert Danirls. Terms made kn.,wn on piojiettj day of sale.(

reason to expect from the part she bore in the own young and thriving State. We can ,,I di ap; ointing and erurhing the Iiojiua of fund and d e- Jat received. per Brig Suwannec.NtTrjiort. 6 6 com.Va. Tobacco" :3 C tierct kegs Brckwheat S.: cured ham Fbi ir. January 4,1 .">1. 52 St

Mexican acquisitions, and the peculiar structure share in the felicitous congratulations of the I II voted parents. Let them, )however, not laurninr at January IS. IKSI._2_tf 5 boxes Star Candles, 2 lhl.) Batter Crackers S The Quincy Male and Female t-

of this Government. the I intelligent i gentlemen making this report at the dispensation of Providence but endeavor to lx-ar .i Valuable Plantation for Sale. Soda Biscuit :. ,

Regarding compromise I I up under their ICH.S, knowing that what haa been their PLANTATION mh'-Tcon the late J<*hua I IL[ All of which are now in store, and for sale at ift ACADEMY. 1

measures in this light, they have been l I' tL future prospects of Florida, arising from J\JI'II i,ban I ecu hi- eternal gain. TIIE furnitjly re-ided, in Leon County near small advance f>r ra-b. The citizenof thw plnce and THE Exerptes of this Institution will Le resumed ;

spoken of in indignant terms; but at no tin ie, tlie consideration of her locality and the a- AMICUS. Lake trie, containing 4'0 acres, of which !-fime 2tK vicinity are in-ctfully iaviteJ to give me a cullJ. Female the FiosTMoNDAT IN FiBiiCARr, Isa!. The
C. DAVIS. Department will be under the charge of Miss
axe cleared, an lun:Icr enl'.iration. On the
since they have l lleen made the i daptfdiiess of her soil to so ; of ---- premi law of the[ great variety -- :: ----- a comf. rtable"frame Dwelling Hone, with the ne- January 1851. 1 Sentinel by her titter anti \li-,

land, }lias this par counselled disunion. In productions. Her future is indeed eminentlycheering. Dissolution.HpIIE I I ceary out bouses, &e. This PLmtati.fl r> H*<;""ett L'l.IZADETil ATWATEl The lYincipal beIi.vei
he )luis
Executor's Sale of now obtained what he has; for some
advantage it the Negroes.T timopast
where !
the hands of the undersigned, it will not depart co-jKirtnpr-hiphfrftet 'een the: I! many adjoins pitu-ywixkH, been endeavoring to l\4'l"Jrt'-tll tratiou of such
JL the is e>"nfor\ cattle nuJ h< *. Tlie Xewiri SHALL 'O-II
vnilcn-ifiiud in the range very f ofF.-r for sale,at public outcry, in the town
publication of the Fl. ri Teacher will rise
from >' < : a* a high diameter to tLe Female
this course. While, however, he Supreme Court. &c J niniul l \cv.pal't i i. thi} d*v di-w>lved liy tautualr 1 prt and Georgia Plank R .td will paw within 400 toO J- of Qiiincv Garden County, Florida on the first Dejurtment, mid atfi.rd every ticility to Young Ladies

expresses a dcterminatioa to abid by the I late On Tuesday last, Gen. L. A. Thompson m"' All ilebts due the) Ofnce, of every de crijtioii )- : Jitw/or h t. }lr. ; Ttiti-fj-i'irce likely TVe' SIivr
rae ]jioynblc DVKEwho: furted5 to tLeni :ro t'mUllentalIJ1'.lllCht I The Misses Eso
measures of pacification" let "bygonesbeby'gones" : was elected Associate Justice of the Supreme and \vho aloiit-i i" authorized) to receipt fur tliem and j : and WLffi thi liuad is j comj>lee! X wliioh u under C .u- lieliHilda:* Lif Reuben B. Flicks, tluceadod, led by k'tntk-nien of tLu highest} are reft>mmen- .
,tract, t> be done by the 1st of 1852 l late autllhIlty. The elder
-bo all delta due January no of Vinrinii. Ternt tlf ,le
Ca-h.
tlp
believes that the South Court, thus completing the Uench. Ilia Ly firm, are a'wtimed l>\ him and to Plantation the o: of tlwiu }ki been for several yean* engaged aa Prir.ci-
(- on whole lin of the Rojid will
whom ShOUld snrpasit BURWELL B. WILKES
lias already receded to the very verge of e )>n- Ihction' i icession of Judge T. will add nothing to 1 his they Lo presented fa-::pa.'mf'T1t.J B. HILTON( for cnce, Le. It i is now oSlred I fur sale at a Erecutor of List Will and Testament., where pal of-hc a fl-nu-tliin gained Scliool Memphis., Temieee, ,
a high !
beyond which she I lxirain.: Per cannot move without already extensive reputation C. E. DYKE. toPig's fd and Hcccewful Te wht-r. They will instruct nil '
as a profoundjurist. Jo in
Tallahassee call oil ;pii Cliaires E.-q.. who will s4iw' tht'm tlu;

manifest dishonor and ultimate ruin. A He stands in the front rank of the I -- January 2 5,1P31. 8 laui For term, i Euibruidery, tic
x, -
Fort Str.iiit.burv Fla
faithful ,
adherence to those measures by the I IJar l in Florida. The Supreme Court is now New York Agricultural Warehouse, BENJAMIN BYRD. 20 KEGS (very fine article) just received and furor : The Principal vt'ill take charge of the Male Department -

North, in every part, parcel and particular, composed of Hon. Walker AnderEon Chief 189 and 1IVAI'tR 811tElr.A. _January 1J},_1651._ 2 tf sale low. J. 3L WILLIA3IS. lie wilt bo aided by ilr. 3L 31 CLARKE and
B. 11 Huch other assistant as the wants of the School
,,ill alone ALLEN & CO. January 1851. 1 may
conserve to a pre .rvatiou of 1 the[ Jubtice, lIon. A. G. Semmes and lIon. L. A. TTAVE tho JUST received by several late nrrivals from Xe w require. The Institution u furnished with an exteit- .

Union, and the] real pacification" of the( Thompson Associate Justices. land all roost ext -n-ive acrtmpnt of FIo'v rs. and for paid hT" C. C. BYRD J Co. Notice.npHC shoe FUlooophical, Chemical and Mathematical Apparatus -
We uiid -- kin.I" of Airipaturd!
r- and Ilnrtimlturul Dresc this with "
20 j'attenw (Ladled ) Barisrca ; together a well selected Library and ;
country. ttand that the Court meets on Monday wet,I K. Iini.lcinenb' and l1aclulr.r.! Al-o) all kinds of Field 5 do do do Polka: do, undersigned having made some ncaTrJn ip. an extensive Cabinet of Jlineralf, containing a large

In taking !leave of our associate, 3Ir. II IX" ------ -- and Harden St-ed, and Fertilisi-rs such at Guai ix,. With a variety of oih%r cj'HhIs for dreA -L irient in his bu Bone Dust
The Bank Bill. 1'oudrette I'la.t.-r, tc. -ALSO Jehtedlo! call and setll u|>. In i'ulureke will keep foreign i countries, uifonL superior
TOX, we part from hmi with unfeigned t:: OrdiTfc from, MytrhauU --- no houoc! but sell Ins goodscluivery for cash advantages the
regntAn The bill incorporating Hank in the and Planter, "ill be 10 A No 2 PlouglMv,. 40) A Nol, do, student in science, and serve to interest him, in hl stu
intimate a cityof pill ICtuaI1 y atttiidod to. produce, and by sodomy lie will be able to sell at dies.
association No 1 and A
fur 100 A i Plough Points new Boarding-House,
nearly two considerably larger than
years, Jiuiuary ; I he lowest' living prices, winch he
: Tallahassee 25,1851. H promise to do,
the
Senate Wednesday the
jwsscd on one LJ i
ALSO formerly
in the toils and) drudgeries of life, -- arid requests hit old cu-lomtrs and others wishing! In occupied now building in a a'henlthv
has newspaper j last, after a hard tuetle. The amendments The American A icultura1i't. f; keg Supreme Gvfbeii liutler, buy low, to give him a call. He has on hand a goodaaoiliner.t and retired part of the town for the accomzntxlitiuu
inspired, mutually we trust, but at least 10 Cheese, of the Teacliers and Student*. This hoase will be
in of the Senate were concurred in I by DPw NASH. I). M, Tallaha-soc, will n-ceire si ib.cflJti.flis 5 bags La- uira CofTtv! of Slices, Mats, Cap; Itlankrts, Cv t Ion by the Principal who, besides paying attention kept .
dud U'oollcn
us every
feelings of and Gubi, 'c., &c., for lamiIy and
respect friendship of fur tli plantation
)
110 the House, and the bill is now a law. valuable paper.-t u year- 10 barreLi .ilt-rctr J>uta.tO/q. 1 U-('!. to the health, corafi.rt and morals of tile StCt.lt.'nt 1
Ixnind
ordinary character. That he may be useful vdluniep 1 25 each very neatly liuuuX Old)) 10" Extrii Fuinilv Flour, Jan-jary4, IS-'l. 5'2 AMOS RICHARH:ON.Athcaeum committed to 1 his ciuir:e, will also also assist and <&-

and abundantly successful in his Nullification Proposed. PuWribers sm 'tIY Dr. Nahli. 12 bags No 5. 6 and 7 Bird Shot, rId them in thrir studies daring the hours not .' cupifd -.
new sphere, SOLON KOmXSON General drums in School exercl-Hss.
Agent 24 Fre.-h Fi:<, Classical IIutitute. Board including washing
is our most fervent wish. With his admitted t, A bill has been introduced .into the New; January 25, IbSl. 8 2 Icrrels superior dried Apples. exercises of tJ" above schcxdwitl be resumed will range at prices varying from 8 to i 10 per month.

talents, combined with those of his worthy I York Legislature (now in session), to It'C'cutthe Fresh Arrival -January 18,1851. : tf THE 3It) i-liy, the 6th January .instant Terms familieot Board may in the also place.be obtained A brick in several respectable
i-t
associates removal of fugitive slaves without the limoils 640 per soliolasic! yeir of ten months. Board can bi Academy >Jso iuof
we are that the FLETCHERVILLE HOUSE. cpu-truction and
sure ,
Georgian (in i AT TIlE NEW AND CHEAP CASH STORE PER obtained in the neighl.irh which he has of tho State, except criminal charges. (rv SIGHT OF her for the reception of the School sometime during the _
ftecome interested) will occupy upon ScJ-ooncr Tall"lt'llJJr./rulII Aria Orleans.ff T1IOMA3V1U.E GEOKGLV.) Thc number (If PuPils is limited twenty.. There> i is first s -<. f
'
rank I New York could not strike fatal blow > BOARD all thiti-s included at $10 now vacancy for four or fh'e. All the branches, of & ;
a second to no paper in the sunny South, a more 1UJLS. PuperHne Hour, 17 half bbk' (I.)., 21 PRIVATE per a For further particulars respecting BnarJ Tuition
Travellers accommodated icithvut Liovor. ; Collegiate course taught The Institute i is
at the Union of these States than xJw bblf. ( renAp1ih. 19 bbk Iri-Ji Potatoes are sin la- and to such ] 11 Catalogue, be oLtaliked
the -
worthy growing importance of Sa pass bbL-v. Onions. 5 wi.-k Clear Side liacon 4 bbk Metoand ,a heap cheaper than Cotton *ol1 ted in tlrt> llradl'urd neilL.Jrllootl.nLout fen miles from by application to may
bill. P. P. SMITH. Tallahassee, and has been in ucee..f l
vannah.Some. a I'rinie i operation for
Pork 4 boxeS Chee 81 N. IL
STEWART
ieg oc nl1l.
rxtra
18 185!. 2 nod for the last ,Princt.l"Ji
January Cm twelve mouths under i
slight improvements in the On the other hand, a bill has been introduced .Ii4 .Uutter, 24 big ijrimo Rio Coffre. 10 ke-r* IA'afLanl of years the pieseiit IVincioaL charge Quincy, December 28, 1850. 51 I
typographical 4 Ijbia
Oranges, 3 boxes Leinon, Dnwl
appearance of this paj>er are promised to into the Pennsylvania Legislature (also raiiU. Ahniindij. Cranlierrie Dried HerrinMackerel Cur-. Lost or Mislaid.A Application can lie made to the Principal, or to Dr. Particular Notice.

our readers in session), repealing all laws heretofore enacted Nos. 1 mid) 2,in liarrels, quarter barrels) and kitt Candle NOTE "if hand for *i 0, payable to John C.MontXL Nash or at this Office.
so soon as we get through with and Soap. Iu Store und for tale at a Iwrpain by ford dated some time in July 1850, and payable JESSE T. BERNARD, Principal THE SuljHcriber respectfully returns his thanks to .

the Legislative work now in hand. against the restoration of fugitives, J. C. )A YIS. one day after
which January 25 I8a. ThL ato forbid all ersons fur said country, for their past liberal patronage to him but
the Pcniisylmniun thinks will become : 2 [Scntiu J. j' trading note, 03 ; !
C1IAS. i:. DYKE. to leave .
tho
the same has been paid. expecting city very he very politely 4
a law. Fancy Goods. JOHN C. MO "FOnD. requests those indebted to him to male payment ini- t
MEETING of the Stockholders of 'the Union :
J Infamous Coalition Later from IX STORE AND FOR SALE January lEI, 1851. 2 3t A Bank of Florida wilt be hId at I the Banking mc'diatoly needful he cannot leave without the one thing
The
Europe. most of accounU will
mv be
A coalition; House in the City ot Tallahassee! on Monday the found iii
iaioro infamoussays the Tlio Franklin PIECES rich eottd and figuered Notice.SIX the hands of II. T. BLOCKER, who
Steamships and Asia have arrived G dnnjcaUe Silk 3d day of February for the) election ol Directors. will receipt the
Washington Lui-ta-n, for hidies' driftsen til le,or C. A. 14 '.
Union myself Cotton
than auy before pro. at Now York. The former brings S juttcm rich finbroidtred;De months after date, the undersigned will pre- I1V. L. RUTGERS. Cashier. a.o4 Office.
jected since the LainpR all -wool, liis account and vouchers to the Honorable Januarv4JS5I.1 52 51 S. F. BUI LY.
foundation of our glorious dates to the 31st ulL, and the later to the 4th & dozen] Linoii Cambric Iratldkcrchl assorted, Judge of Probate of Leon County, as Administratoron January 4, 1851. 52
institutions has 72 pitTc"' ridii colored ltibljtnia.as..tjrted.
been formed between the of W. Notice. -
of Januarys the estate George Harrell, late of Leon
To 'hith the attention
Democrats and the of the Ladies itnI I>pctfully County' deceased, and apply for a final New Goods:
Free-sellers in the Massachusetts Tlie Cotton Market has undergone invited, by J. C. .DAVIS. discharge N the first Mondav la February, 1S51, a reea.
no tram the adminibtrat ion ot sa d estate.IICNJAMIN O Subscribers have
Legislature, the subbUuice of January 25. 1R31.: S" [mtintl ble to the last 1 mil and testament of Mary TilE just received per Facket
is which change, previous prices having been firmly BYRD, Adm'r.Fort Thomasdeceased, I will offer for sal., to 'the highest IL II. Gamble, h large addition t,>their

a distribution of the spoils among tho high maintained. Tho stock in Liverpool at the Ia: Store, for Sale Cheap, Stanshury, January 19, 1531.! 2 Cm bidder, before the Court House door in Inc town Stock of Goods, counting iu part of the following ar.

contracting parties., The Democrats havealready LA ROE lot, well n.orted, Dry Good -I- SHOES' HATS, AND CAPS, just re- of Marianna, the following Land : ticles, viz: t!
,
close of the year was estimated at 450,800 A Baukcti! including BOOTS S W 4 of Sec 34, T G" R 10NandV, Sugsrs brown, yellow, cruhed granulated d loaf
Blanket and for sale
elected the Governor on the Gut*. Printu, Gingluinw,SeATO : by S E 4ofSec34T6.RlUNandSV Cutr.-oRitl. Laguynn *
strengthof ;
bales. Money was in more demand. Freightsand KcneyH,0niliui7tincy CUlWlimt.'TI T\\'t'Ctl GEORGE II. BCSTWICE.
it, and tIle Senatorial K CafinetU *- N W 4 of Sec 34, T rj. R 10, Nand W Chocolate-Cocoa"it Eroma
terms are to be divided Boot, Slwe*, Hats Booko, &. Call January IS, 1851. 2 tf ,
PajHT _
Exchange had considerably advanced on and in S'E. of Sec 33, T 6, R 10, N and W, T" black and preen
between Kol ert Rantoul get a bargain, if you wish to Bare a few dime Bread Pilot
> and
Democrat -
Paris and Groceries. Containing' 040 acres oi as good lind as any in the Navy,
and diaries Hamburg Amsterdam checking J. C. DAVIS. 'I' State, known the Loll Crackers-butter,water lemon ;
as place. Persons desirous ,soda,
Sumner, free.soil whig-tlie former the export[ of Specie Commercial accounts. January 25. 1851. 8 [Sentinel J TUST received per ScLr. SIcKAY from New OrVJ of buying lands in Florida, would do well lo examine Butter-best Coahen sugar ti'UH"u.T :

to serve out the unexpired term of Webtor from India were favorable at the last advices. I lcuL'J! 2500 J Shoulders said premisesas such lands are rarely offered' Cheese- ap sage, pine-apple Eng.dairy A common, :.
pounds
and Sumner to be elected for six The political news is unimportant $100 Reward. 4000 Clear Sides I for sale. Terms of *le-one-fourth in cash, the Fl ur\llrtIlem Western, Buckwheat i t Rye .

from the Gth of March years Tho Atlantic from Liverpool, about whoso ,A. RANAWAY on the 17th July last my negro '. 60 bbla. Flour, I balance in one. two, and three years. Candlea-adamantine: anJ pure sperm
next The .J *
Soap -a great
leading .about 28 old, 6 feet 8; 2SOO Ilia.' Canvawod llama .. LUKE LOTT, variety,
where to be year -
Democratic beginning .
safety apprehensions
papers in Massachusetts -tie ,_&inches high, of black complexion ]uu.very small 45 bbk Whiskey, Executor of Mary Thomas. deceased. Spices-pimento, ginger, pepper mace, nutmegs. .
I'ost, Times, & ,- felt, was reported on Saturday at New York, oycR, speakH tlowly, and has a scar on the Upper part lilO- bushel ( .\ January, IS51. 52 5t cloves,
are fierce in denouncing to bo coming the Hay.WASHINGTON. of of hit earn it Essences-a great variety, ,
the up one causing to terminate in Homething 20 ketr* "VMiitc Leaf Lnrd.BEKItY .
coalition. At but accounts Sumner who of a jwint I will pay the above reward for hi* dtr d fc ROWLES, Auctioneers. Farming Implements.TORFOLK Also figs, almonds raising currants citron apples,

IB a rank abolitionist Jan. 17. livery to 1110 iu Mobile, if taken out of the State or Dec mbcr 28, 1 50. 61 It i\ \. 2 Turning Plows Buzzard Sweeps, oranges, dried apples, dried peaches candies, ttc,
only wanted > Bulltoncrues,Axes;II'ICI. Spades Rakes, Fork Ilice,WLite Bc .S plit Peas Fulton
seven fifty dollar for his committal to jail from which Market.' .
votes of an election. The bill fixing the rates of Postage at three i any Com ht-lJ'r.,Stra\\'cllttcrs.Handmills Burr3Iillstone3 "We have also recruited
I can get )liim. An additional $25 will Lu paid 1 for Seed Rye. our stock of furniture, hard!
cents and making this the uniform charge on proof to cuDvictioti of his being harbored by white: W' Jackscrew;Trace Log. Fifth and' Breast and hollow "ares dry-goods, bata and saddles, and

O-: The weather continues delightfully" letters; throughout tho United'States, passed p rlOOn. any 19.0BUSllEL'5 recvived of Seed from Rye, Cliaim. ; Wheelbarrows, Clrt"heels,' VeUpulIiea, A. and it is now very complete. .
New York.
I wet, with a prospect of being If wxttor." the House of Representatives to-day, by omajority. L T. WOODRUFF.Mtbflc BERRY
I 1are Jauuaiy !;, le 51. 8 4t 62 ORMOND
.1auary4'I8M. 2w
Jec,28,1850. 61 Dec. 28 1850.
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Tax Collector's Sale.BY COTTOjTGTHS" 'Fresh Arrival tat bcrtitcmtUt Lr.iTejLid can.I. *i ,.
floriMau & SouniaEk'lIHY A :
; j Tittac of th? potver uvtc-ii in me b> law, I Of Groceries and Western Produce.Vevr 8et9Ld.'f Trer.h&
and for b- Florida. 5<> lH>rj* River O!ati
hate lertrd up-m. shall toe JESSE WATSOX Orleans Drown Sugar, Sjgir Caret H'trn, St2ts of

pt71u31DD g\TL'BD\V inTi EL' ttte the Court Uur e d. yr, in the city ol Tik.ts- :Xw York LMuMe Rcriudi Leaf L* d in Kegj, MADISON CIRCUIT COtRr-IN CHANCERY Planting Potaroct. f rGroceriCB

ieeon the arM M nesi, he t ct.x N.tirr.tcTruTn, CrhedSu.ar, 4tarmtu', MotrJ, Y..N.tUcRr i

KCXS : :br..p-ity. or e<* rrach tXeil a* will pay tbe Stale Palmyra, Lee Covaly Georgia, Hio Coffcf, R re, J Rlici. Pepper, Martha Devalt, ),. Bill for Divorce. Ne'r1srt, D( %. I tLuMOD. :. TW

Tag O.tHB net suiem,if paid in ao'vMtee.T and Cuuniy Tax dime iherroa fur ths year ItW and iTOl.'LD infom hi* friends and the public; ;;ae- Dried Peachw an;! Ai'pIc.{ Flonr.Sf Lcus<. William r,\r.. Devalt.LT > ::

** & i & Hur, if i ii4 ir ititia *ix raoutt. til mnri'ntaI| est.en w, to wit: rally.l! that he continnc theabc-re! bu :r.e,< atrt Jnt rec riied aad for s je low fur cash bvJ. lo tijesrii-IaetOfl of the Cocrt.by au.d4ri .- :.

Fvu {taubia*. if not paid ad the end if i heTeaftbe.eteflns AH thai tr-itt .* p.rei of !and knotsrn 3 Forb..* hic old t3nd, rehf will! be hippy to npply thec C. AVIS. i appear ii *thai:; case tiled that IVillitm W. Devalt.ihe Ca ka Tsicaatsa La'. f q b : .
Purchase, wi'hin ibt-iim;:* cl Leon C.nnc. c ti- December 21, :>30. &) t5'U MtNMCIi-r
*Hj* rtjidlr adhered tostxi with a first rate art::-It. As in eviJence of the fXenJart in this ca-w, Jebeyo'Kl; thejari ok
taiatrg 42'i acreso tc ui teeJ to belong to Bet. I '! 'L'
6)
h ppr *&U b4nnthae qii IIprd. Jility of hior PC wron'.J state that oat of thc Mrtion ol this: Contt. and ent ,.f Inc ?r sle of FlerraJ 5 IL
,be alachicola Laad C TAILOEIIfC.T.IE .
it the D4La-* ot the pIIDLIerL l Subwtli ; mpanr.I). MrRAEXY *rre ii'irnber *ul l b> hint the pastyrar, notor.e hs.- but in.r.i otler prt o' the Uiit.1 States: -

tieJ. fcs reM far three manriui at One f1: 4 i to sive perfect mtifactiot-and wo !ld a* rrferen : subscriber would inform the citizens r.f Tal- It it Ordered, That the said "VVHliam \\ Dcvalt ,
Tas Collect Loon C.tny. .
5rJ. mder lor therIiItt cstethc of who! has one of hi.j -te that he has commenced the a!.oe bu- Bill cf withi' TUST iv br
D3flar-411 M4Ith& *t { Eery Ic e, came any one !o 3'per and answer ,aid Cowllaiat re j A.N3KSS
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f uL UI thi e sIny raat b* aceTfBj'a ied writht 10. Gins in ne. He is intending to nlare hi*estab'j3. sins". an! respeca-iii solicits a hire of public three month. or sii-J Bill wilt rw takei pro eonfts* J Orleans and ra .

< c:3a: u I! IM t Ue order r ae*tbroaii any atom Tax Collector's Sale. meat fonsidcrab'y lb. year, uv wh.ch: meanhe vrili patronage. a-'ain aid Defendant and that the cause bo '*t fo 25 .rrei* -2ae aosr }loiir,
,4jUt$4J aiathrz4 azd IB the SUTill be enabled to Sit orderi" hioh :last year he M zj vir .e of the poorer veiled in c< bv law, I Garments cat to order.
I BY to do) with Gins if possifaL?,superior lo any ever S tcerrt.
newt:
i: fa before the Court House at JAMES SEMPLE.'O. .
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expos
cinufaclnred in Southwestern Georgia. I H l--tbink t > it it JwtJur Ordered. That thw Order Kmiblihd 2 & -
Qaiocy, in the Cimaty of GaJrn, on the rood November 3', ; !; 4" tl liii'
eaibles bin in
to make
hat year's experience a in printed
every public
*,e t *Prtd *t the rate atOne Dollar fer qntre M.ndiy; of Awl! n\t, time l.itO.rj! ir>s described pro little better article. some ncAsnapcr month and that CRDIplaiaant SS
three *
week fr lti
and realt for each w.lt the State and Plow Iron. State once biU.M1.
41t'vehne.$0rthe! rt, filly 4e4o1 w tnurb thereof M pay Beiaza practica'.ra.cbar: icanJ withal.determined take tesifmonv in the ca'ie.
? 4iedtfl. A regbIe deduction Tx doe thweon for the tear ISM, and the rcceive-1 nn-1 f.ir sali :
Coaaty n.sertmen.
\ Complete ju-t
.H41fI hit nae but Gin*ot the VI T> f rt cIashl! be tnanificturcdin THOMAS BALTZELL, Judge-. I ts PmeSanr
will i>* made oa t fl nneii, em.neeenr. ttere*'*n epns incideat thereto, to wit : i his shun.bt feesaeinj\varrailin5! them -OL- by 3IcNAUGUT tfc OllilOND.Drt. ;

ly 'rtirotf wi ithut *it **uon. by penwas bavin; The whj' r' w hat i called fc'orb $* Parcha?*." 'o operate to tn.' aiti-fiction of the purcheer. HfMU Ne-port. 2*, 1'*5a. 5:) October 1'' !S0.' tre4 &Jn*,'J *, : l, QaSw.T.-bacco,
rpf1a acc-wal* with the niTc.i *. hioa in < adien C nnly, or #o taach thereoi as will of A tree copyAttct.C. .Ic.. L.r '.i'1e b-v A. E. lItC.
d-.ivcr; tnem tree charge to purchasers a! L. CARRUTH. CkrV.
nmepat. fif cvtth&ile for office, rsveanjbly pat she Tax af. reM l.bwo-ded on the East bv th [ UST riu iTe;'. and for -altLy C. C. BYKD A CO. D. C. Dei-rnber 2. L'. g .q I
li.ir da:3ti.no. M. A. CARRCTH.
By
in adra'iee. No attention Orifiockaee tttver.anti oa the Wol by the .Analacbkol J lo larrels raJ Mercer Prttaltie.*,
made with hi. travelfiaz Arn .
All: sTjaretaents Decemer 7. jc ; ) Ready-Mads
w*U be pi4 to $nv order tot atiaez* ur jJrrto th Palmyra
*rn2$5 t1t1 the C4n. T \ Collector for GidiJen Couutv.OctoSer >t i T'tlv altpnde'5 Jo. l<> IjarreL Knamoth Ouirxis State of Florida.
A4.1 vei ei.uurti.Zei*nJ aiitnnry l nMiee$ pobluinJ 2, 13O. 40 6n tr properly doas ia the nest dorablenaaner. 5 jaottr jarrels freJican Lt Na 1 ilicttrcl, 1I_

crbU0**lv ; trot editorial notice lor private Repairioj. | j>' half ,. u j *. 5 N LEON CIRC UIT COURT-IN ATTACIL1IENT.Joba cIA'i4rt f f figvrwl >tlt Satin, aixl C'--rin:. ro

btae&t,will be charged as advertisement Tax Collector's Sale. : fHe: is also Ac'1 1"* the sale cf ChaTnailn November 23 1S."A 4 W. Aryl -, 'j A wtapjt.T V tnur'; CT(cli. D" l3i tad Cafbmrr? PantBa-

viitae c-f th* pn er v. st ?i! in me by law, 1 a'.rs 5s. Co.CA IR-3N HORSE POWF.IU- "' I Sum '*vorn t. ver. CTuJh.awl Blanket Orrreal-t Ako, Twed SaJ k
JOB WOES. BY ba li eNi.r jlebef- Tie Court H ,ose a' .rAR MJLL in Southwestern Georgia and Florida.J"ontrarT Plantation and Negroes for Sale. Protection amnce Ccnpany or 5 cs .- atl: O--ert at* f* bwy; wkdi they are pn.] a ed to

?Ye ste veil to eteeo'e lob cur!' Ci mcy, la the Ceuaty t-f CzJikaon the s.'coni cnn be made with ray Travelling Agr.rry \*. pIIE UTKlur.-irn*! offers f T fa.lia valnat e pLmtaJ Nw Jersey. J v Acll si price* articfe trill give raistaczi to all T /Jfav.

# a* bi1l.cirdt, iiaoku. patni M* .Stc., dth nt.z1 M tnJij- in April i evthe fi5Aing; described pro \ information irantedwith rrzard the C"-t arnl ti4.u. Ivrnj in Ma
OP** Jj.tth.; All < of t; ;- f criti. prt.Jrsfl inach thercf f is will pay the State anc ration of these mill. ran b. ohtasnH by ad r.lar.tatiuts contnh nclid cf the institution ot the shove far: 14, ISSO. 49

*%cev '*'' *.D.)14 having >early accounts with County Tas due tht-reon for the year I 150, and th. 9.1 rne at Pilrovra, Lee Count'* ,Geor i rt )x aryes.f on" hnndred of whirii! are cleared 'lv ichtsenf. and are required tr appear at ih*

,ie 'ice, rril be piid f"r delivery. neressar* e\neac flCIt thereto, lo nil : March 30..lS'! ). 12 ly* and isruler J gnnI! fence fpno tle fTvaii-e:* ana next Term of Leon Circuit Court, sai plead to the For Sale. ,

Six hu'-UieJ ani torly a.TO ol land, lyin; o- comfcurtaUc; uvelbnj Lou.-, put hnac,and an orchard Jeclaratiun filed in said ran*?. 41 alkrt Dtni clce e&l Janaica Rm,

Rock Cretk, imrpart-na to belong to I... S. Can!: o: Sheriff's Sale.BT wt-ll'gtockwl wih opplc. orange jieaeli, and fi tr.-M. ARCHER fc COr.LEY.Atlftrn *> ** PakSatrry.

TOWLE & 1IYZS5, ja raacb thereof as will p v the TJX aforesiid. virtco of of fieri fida. icne.I frnn tlw Adloinin! ; tie place U a *&*Hnu ?e f.r stfick, anil theitintion j3 for PlainfiU- 2 10 te7 rkrfe Ctenr E.>tace,
Trnt .
Watchmakers and:: Jevrellers, HUGH O. McLF.AN, k.rk'; ofEce a f.f the Circuit Court for the C 3itv .- L li altLy and well tratere
4 irV j"AVINO cure .,f Le in. Mi'JJtoi Circuit of Flori'Lv'vi cx-in lie UnioD In Chancery-- County.
i1 ALLEN formal ot October 12,1 ;50. 40 6ra Loue..tL.a 10 kegs ,
Mr.
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Bank of Fl-ii-ia pUiarfX anti William S. Mcmty. BILL FOR DIVORCE.
prej.arH tt famllv: of eigLt nccroo*. 10 Batter,
are now
ciyILev I dtfa
iant.
A'hi&initrat.r of Uayui > I "
Tax Collector's Sale. Ix-itjaniin G. A. McKOTRR Sites Caf on,next friend of Susan Murphy, 10 IUs. Butter anti 'Wae Crade
the abire line, wtiii jromptwct.j sale ,
-c.J'e: :; in in !ia\e levied and will fr before the) '
in tb* trto..t itv"atory manner. T ;ow Iri d- OY viMue of the power vested in n.c by law, 1iJ T-mrt IIotKPUonr upou, in the city cxpa-e of Tallalo5-, tn UK 2 tverr.Lcr 1 6. 1 5.:-)<\ 45 cc. 2 Pilot Breal,
all work tthi-rb hji! for sale, betore the Court House a'ITnc' Arnod Mnrphy.TTPON bofbeb Kre.Jast .
4'i'ai1 eiriy aite'ilfn to expose 20
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m
>-t )i.4.IaY hi Fdimariwxt. legal Ivors JOHN PRATOIUUS
the afSdavit of the Solicitor in the above
oa* be forwtrdvd t jo*, will b.' tiven.TOWLE ., in'heCounty cf Gidden, on the sccr.nc described to vit : I I received and fur sole Lj
the follnwutf pniprrtv. Vj suit i that Arnold r< & MYEKS.FT Minify of Aprll ii.rt'e fiii'i'Aing described pro [OF THE LATK FIKM OF Bri.L U tit tTOItIr ) Murphy pon S. S. INlrh1.Decetr.ber .
E E H-ction ,
13
socii 14
\\'i < W i ; iS J : E J &jt&Pr 2S, 1S ). 3 it perty. <>r S4 riwl; 'hereof a- will; pay the Stale an' T, 1S50. 13
NE-: .-;ccii.nlin T..wniiplI.ge! -2, Na>l R % IITOVLD inform LU frien-1-j am! tl j public the State of Florida :
County Taxes J-u lh Mfn troni IvJ'j: to lZ ) iriclnii.e -
TorrJehinJ & Tvlycrs, aad th'c incident thereto, tc ttjtiti :1t' aere. muTe or e**. that lie lias taken the Ct<>rp Litlyr<(nipe<] It it Ordered, That said Arnold Murphy do appear Fine
a-ccijirv *
: espouse i.e e4 >nv of aM dffendxnt an-1 f. hy C. II. BM1fI.! an-1 the fore Liquors.
and : upon a' TApr >p' adjoiiiinz lately and answer or demur to said Bill within three
VE on ,nd ite q'w rt'eriflg,I new cil : in GadsaVt to be sold to sa&fj said writ of lien faci .*. (icQipieI by Bull it PraturiiH, where I.e will be j-Icasfi] rvtnths from this date, or said Bill will betaken fro Ttll received t.d in 't<.re *or sale far f r Ca tt
( hundred and of land
f ; ) Two
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4,1.__ r'i( S c j forty acres Robert Jitner.on. v'c .\.. A. FISHER, SieriZ! to attwT.'l to the caU and w nt* of tlio c wl may be I -onfrirto, and that a hearing be tad thereon it the .J 1 barrel old Peach Brandy, 3 3 ears bid, cfi Carla
GoII Lner H .?ig S'.14L$1 County, purportijje to bel-jnf to :
.Tammrv 3 IS-'l. 61-5w sposed to him in Li line of hu.int.w.He .aii C
Cold: Anchor Levtr d3 ,, rn'ich thria as wil! pay he Taxas fore fthtiLer H 4 in da Croek. IIUGil O. McLEXN, Las received, by the late arrival?, a c/toitt and If is further Ordtrcd, Tint rnSlicatinn hereof b* barrel. sapeiinr Crcn iar,

iicer AmVt Let-ei doIapinetd TJX Collector lor GaJsden County. Fresh Provisions, Flour, &c., ll-tflfctrd HtfifJy of ('lci.i, C'iitRfrr*, Vtitingf, made in some newspaper published in Florida, for i old Jamaica Rum,
4.1 'm Fancy G'ood4 ; eu o, n ptnfr-f! axsrjrtuient of lha space arid time ol three month i He-Hand Gin,
1550.:
ii.en1tenen October 12
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comooaad t
ma v.- E. nms'LOI'R FROM : otz.zs. THOMAS BALTZELL, Judre. 1 4 Cask old Putt Wine,
Piiia emmer$1 REAJJY-JADEC'L07'JILVG
Rwm

.wtae at and LiJ.ieEw rv'zef tt1., G 44id Gdc! ..U..r.dEy. -- Tax Collector's Sale. 9') i7 flilL'!I.e..Kvtra Fsuay, All-- of wLidj, I tatter myeli are cqnal rn style, and C. L.A CABRUTK.true copy-Clerk.Attest, 1 1 i J b rrel"Pale 3l3 Sherry
., Fob vd Vt Cti' ?; at',1; and 71 Y virtue of the power vested in tae by Ia 1" j '!I.>. (iu. clu. da. uaUtv! and ynite ax eJtfnn, a< any other*tlm'will Ije December 21. l-"jO. .V 3n December 21.1 IZt' *> J. C I) V1

Peo744 Pe.Gi44 j &cdSkve J3 hai! estM/' fur de. bciore the Court Hon-e a 9 CikSiU' and SIi. iMer<, fiund in tlis n arct lie wil! give particular attention -

CoHmr and Uowa Lot1e* Slv'r. Pearl and .iflW%, in i lie Counfy: of Gadsdijn, on the .-coatitija 6 'fl-m* l.irfi Id's.CJ1 SLI4JICT'lI, 1dIoI5cri's, to his l>uintar.'l LOJKM Lc will merit a liberal Middle Circuit. Salt.

$1 Card Caca, &I i I and inner lintaUet, &IHSslr } cf Apr **> .*, t aid 8-itfil IAIi. Co-ak*. rrty, or .> much Ihereol a* will pay the State an. 23, Ia5a 45 tfPurs LEON COUNTY-IN EQUITY.
TTf i 4 Ti. ret* l,ur rt.l. 4'aitva--t-d 1 and pLin! Ta as3f .; *_ .) u McNAUGHT i OI-lMOSD.
FrencH MnMCl' Ht*.Table INjvei. Tea County! Tax d'ie thc-rcon for the year Ib-VJ, and Hi.iect Bbls. Jft>'"an<: P.iine Pork, Tallahassee Bail Rjad Compaoy, Complainant, Newj.iii; Dec. 1i. i-: .. 51 it
Pted and :ier XV ire. Stiver Tj5 ie and incident .
thereto
j >Mry epinei le wit : 1 Brown Sulphate of Quinine. Cs.Richtrd
6 darififl
ais Sugar
S' ; L.:* t Pi'el > t n*, f-Vr'n*, Cr wn std S-mp Lad Seven hundred and Sily acre <4 Land, lyin? PI, E subscribers have hand !Haywan!, George K. Walker, t'ni'in flank Notice.
10 Fine rpi hundred and
Ap1tk on two
PLffrd WT 4t* *, da Tea S. is Ca t, *. Caodietjck ke.l Creek Arnit3d'end ] and
ro<> purporting to bclaug to of Florida, Rsrbult R. Button, Elijah White.
*. S >ir Ltnl, Si--! ind -i.lt ( r.tki. fl&u 25 riaotjy; I'otaiwAH I. fifty ounce-set Sulphate of Quinine, which they Defendants. ALL pen n?, cr? irrr?, lecatee?, eati'Ie'l! f > ds.
ui.ts'v-I ( S.t a'sd Game y. KRT AiiM, fi a d ii-* J -, HUGH O. McLEAN theaTle fbnaof CctsrlainartVBill
K P-wtc M mi.iti, Jait'jarr4 4, lol. 2 they will warrant it to Le a superior Article. IT appearing from I > Aaron B. C. Scot:, Late cf JeS rson Co'.m} i-n>-
taJ EI. S n o M-S.-I iv4.:
B4; Tax Collector fr Gadiden County. which are *erifi-d h* atF.djvit, that Drfer.rfjnt -
.Ve have enlarspd our stork of Drirj:* and Medicines ridi, iiec >a5ed, are hereby notified lo eV ik>- tr.ir
vJ Fatf, fine RTOVLE
1 rrt ir"wU Vtali* Ciarj fi, a f October 12 CnCoun'y resident the S*
s 1'-VJ. 40 Elijah White H not a of ti .t t
New Store and New Goodj-! by -cent an i vaUar.d are prepared to execute rbiff.5 and demands wiLn two years fror> this dife

$flnt of Pruiner order* {or articles in our line, at wholesale cr retail, Florida,b it resides in the Stale of Gerr ia, so that to the undeistgreti.or the sane viiil be barred : aad
B' $ gebe1 3'c ersoi Tax Collector's Sale.
with of
he cannot b served vihtxena :
MYE8S.; J. C. DAVIS on the mt accctirrii.'lating terms. ? prores ill persons indebted to said deceased, are revested
ft. ., &e. *-irtuoA authority veiled in me bv law, I *ha'' It is tu'rttrpon Ordered, That Defendant, Elijah
25 1). BY F.SPKCTFULI-Y in*..tes the attention cf the in- We have al o a few acconaN yet due to us for th. to nak immediate partreef.ALLXANDER.
e7emet t'-r =alf brivre Court House door P "White demur to this Bill,
ex." i ti.e ItJo'ictilo ped, anwer, or on or SCOTT Adm'r.
IV ti-bitint ol the of Tah.ilij-uee and) mr-( year 1S4U. They are generally in "small amounts, ,
city
JenVr* >n County on the fist Monday nMa before the firt Mndhy in April; next, at the peri:
but if the whole could be paid shortly, it would JeernCountyJaniavyit,15l.1 3n
handorr.e and \fll !cctcdlock
CARJSE aosiroav, next, is ction2lTowi.liip 1, Range .'>, Sniti i 'in-luiz rountry s sjof let having .aid Bill taken for confe.?ed, and aitohtm _

BY illLLER : BEOKAW, Hid Fliit. or f\j much thereof *, will jp*v and >au,nM of Fall ami ll'in'fr Vo0J ..jvit. n-ceivi-d from r towardsliqsidaticgceitain suns which we owe. set dvn for hearing iz porte: ProridtJ, That Notice.
\Vw York, rhi'nd-' >hia, ind :N;. w Orleans inrl"- LEWIS fc AMES.
Talilaru's d.-uble Tasw doe the State cf this Order be uLiiahed for tour months.
Ta'tQ.e I'lvrtda.frier na anrCounty a copy
,
I J'ineS,1SO. 22 LL creditors and legatees ardpersfM entitled fo
which \
Good cf
-a.,uitine: ;5i> i- '-1.besde co' and char ding Dry variousdescriptions; amon? nr.c- a week consecutively, in one of the newspaper
distribution cot of the estate ot Oscar Filhaw.
T-" !: ) ges. Said Lt.di] are i't it.-I in the i a.1: County o, *ni uc f.unt Lade* Iress6ou i- in great \atitrty cl f.t CITY HOTEL published ia the city of Tsllaha'ee.TIltM.S .
..i the deceased of Ga kde9 Ccur.fj, are hereby ronficd
1. azjj j.ublic in <
grc Jeffersonand known the l'arh Hul Tr Ur and price, and a Ur d-rtortKaeat f GfHHl for BALTZELL Judre.
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ur vet.
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: 'hat 4 at. ; &; iiti a Iarse; .upi'1 HSii" < JOHN U'OJTEN, enileinens wear; IIui'ry, (Hart*, be. ; Jloot,, TALLAHASSEE, FLOUIDA.a November ",. lVj.. that their claims and demands mil be barred at the

ql tnrg.acc which the orl-r Tax' Collector for Jtfierson Ctintv.osemb'r // **, JIa1 tinJ Cup* ; droetrifn ninl Ijrjuorx,, _n rTTIII>5 well fcrv'wa e.-tabiKn} ho.' paved A true from Minute of Coarf. expiration c> tx oyear from the date ftrecf. aaies
t;. .t r! .iut l s lertn*. eTiOniniin ctr J. the liantl-i of copy the same be eihioited to the sob rnters within that
qt ae 01 ui < 2, 1-50. 43 R-iitlif-maile Ctol'iinin zreat firitty cf -t>le', into the iin lf-r$iijned i n pr 0>CAP. A. MYER' Clerk.M. .

to buy, are r---ni4tnd; to call and examine _ ,'jjlifiM, and price- ; Ni-sro Krv>*s, Li.ucys"renrh ,, I pritt'-r.: >,y wh >m it will W k' pt as a Board- A. LONG, Solicitor for Complainant. tine; and all persons having any demamls apinst

tb ir "vk. Oct.jb.-r 10. IV, j. 41Taz JcSerson: County Tax Collector's Sile.BV !litd Mickim-.v and Neirro niaiiket.<. i in;: H'u-e and House of Enrtrtainment in connection Nsvemher 4..IvP. 4t 4tr te said estate are also mtitkd to prtstct them ttr

--- virtue of authority ve.ftd in xnt bv law, i <*ful AH <>\hich will) heoid at s dh prices, for ca h,, i with tLe Pli-JUrr'* IInvL HH itriM al uperistei l- settlement without deby.

: Collector's Sale.BV ) fot sde before the Comt IIoue door, itMonticelio is cannot tail 10 plea- the mr>*t !titiious. 1'uichars I ire will be given t. !l.rfh estar-ll-hmtnts__at either Jefferson Circuit Court.IN OWEN FILLY VV.

virtue of the power w,ted in n e by law, I ,Jetlt-rson Coui'on the first Monday u -<- ar-; incited lo c411 and examine hi stock previimfu -j of\thirh traveIItT< cn-1 h. rdtrs will find a bill t.f fare JAMES FILLTAW,

lcitd uj ia,and M.icvpojo I to file belureIS February n.?xt, the V.'et i of Sectj-m 7, in Township making thfirv-lerlion* elehri. I1istcte '.f the be-t that the market juvl neich M.rhrmd will af- CHANCERY. Esrcitors of l.i< Wi.l aad Tetjraer.t.Gat .

C urt Hiue dujr, lathe town of Mad7! OHlh 1,ol Hnze 5,North and Cast, or o much thereof is tiiv' d or to the Sentinel It1ntjit Oce.Ikc.rr.t'r I font, and will receive every attention tkit their coaI J.Jillfur Injunciiun and Distribution.Exectcr !'
t '). I f Jt an-1 convenience ill require. The proprietor cf Wuliaia Goodman, Complainants, New York

nnt tbt? bIh4 bidder, the J' ll
LinJ. iyinf and being in tbe Cuuaty oi Madison, otc and charge Said Laadj are situicd 11 LLOYD & PERKINS'Dajaerrsan of patronage a+ will enaLle? liini to carry ott he juj- Di, er, Sarah Water, Green R. Siater, Mar A FULL assoriment of Staple Coeds and Grocs-

the said Couutvof J.Urson. Jwv4e1.f '<-tlin? nrh tail a' >hall *n* 'ir ftmrrnri- garet France* Slater,Jane Elizabeth Slater, Harriet :-JL rie, consisting in part cf

TE4othtNEofSec2O.T1RSvd J* HNVOOTEN, sy.1iht: Gallery, son with none other, and keep such csftablLhiaents asfchallbc E M. Slater,John G. Sier.! William Slater, Brorvn Shirtiags and Sheetirgs.

i!., Mtbe property of J. S. iMttrwon, to pay the Tax Collector fur Jetlcrson County. (JKT /.'. LafuirJ'i JJruy Hturt. : worthy t
*4Pi aid oxtcdue 'e a name tar lue year* 14i, '46, N.'venhrr 2. 1 "vi. 43 :ftn D'Con.Vr '.'s. lVi.. 51 tf S. 3L LAXIER and Spain, DelendanN. Wood and Willow Ware,

'47, b. '4J, &fbd 'i. November 23, 150. 46 tf TT appearing to the sati-faction of this Court, by Wooden Bucket. and Tain,

Tne N i of the S. *V 4
Iuec, Itc-, dtw fr'tif 1sl' to IWl. Tdc und.rijtied PUHLIC COTTON IVE1GIIF.R. PLANTERS'HOTEL.BY dai.ts.ivith, the exception of William Goodman Eliemvood Sperm and Adamantine Candle,

4 A1.tbeE&F4Sec1taiidWiNSS the Ctt* of Tallaha* **, having just returned O F.NING a large and c rd>ill} elected stock oJapaued tesirfecKt ot the State of Florida, beyo'-c Brown and Loaf Sugar,

: It, T I, K 9, N and.K parp-irltn to uelon; to J. 3.l,7aderwou4urta'cduture.n Irom the North with Iwo pair uf ffcaltn, mantifae Brltdnia, and Bright Metal Ware, S. M. LANIZR.C the juritdictioa cf this Court, hut ia the failed NaiU. Spanish Cisars, assorted Catties,
$rum 1" 4" to t G'J' lured, ai1jn if I anfctor of oni'tJltZ in part ot Tea and Coflee Pot!5, French! Stite : Kin La aira, and .hTar CcrTee.

THOM \S M- AXUBIWON, calit and ll'ris'tt* of the .Vtto York Cu..toiillnttiff Cofii-e Kilterer. IMchcr-) Candle Stirks ut dirlerenljuiliti T retirint; noin the Ptarifer'sllntelt take It isthrrrforc Orde'fd, That the sid Defendants, On haud-A supply ol Kentucky Eazjin and Pale

; chen atidx oiiiciu Tav Cu!. Madi-ou Co. i is now (Iirear..d l to rAoived and weigh an* ,.-, Jelly Muuld-4*. Glan L interns C .ke BJCanni \ ;;: 1 crest plea-ure ia iccommeiidin:: to the E';eza Dasher, Sarah Waters, Green R Slater. Msrarel R..pe, Flour, Bacon, Rice snczr-cared KJE ,

?4.r.mnr ". ) 47 Cjtton br4'.h2 tothi-t Market lie \\ill attend i' tors, and u vatiety ot ( thtr atticles, uhici ---ith.c: .Mr S JI. LAXitn.a rntl rr.anhav- I, Fnnces Slater, Jane Elizabeth Slater, Harriet Lard, Xc. JOHN McDCUGALL.OrloJer .

the* Depot or at nay place Mil thmi the limits ol the they ut'.tt lor ale on -4-otuble ternAlo i int; the benefit of experience und pnputarit*, in con- K M. Slater, John G. Slater, William Slater, and 5. l -'O. 3J

; A. B. OL&BK2, (,ity at the hortct no'ice. I In ronjunction with tht on hand a full a'tl l txtf ne! >tr rk of Tin duti:< a public ho'-.ie, and *\ho. I am well ajred, John Goodman, and Spain, and an\\erlhe

(VOMiBLV CLLftE rILLUk! ,) Cotton WPiahiTijr. he ha* a l hrr y-*i-J in the fear oM Ware c.f c-ery cnption, i.iiimfutlund here bj I will not I tsil to give the mo-t entire atis action :o Bill of Ct-inpiaint filed in appear thicau** within fur Notice.LL .

I T WING purchased the intfrwt cf Mr.S'llltpan i*. KlUlvSliy a-d WILLIAM* STORES tver, good woikmen.and a' lair price.. my old pjtroasand others who may call upon him.A. months iron the date cf the publication nf this Order % persons, creditors, legatees, eoiikd! l to A'siribation -

ii. in tbt-ir old baiute, can te ''ie will receive CO1T-JN FOR WEIGHING OP. OSTORAGE. > Lead Pipe, Sne<;t Lead C .pp*-r, Zinc, and Ci-tt rr A. FISHER. ,or the said Bdl will be taken lor confessed agiinsi ti. or herwi.-e interetf iDihersafe|

fmiud at tbir old sta'id on Monroe treet, The s iWril ;-r'a Mnct attention and Pump* fr sale. Tin Roofing, GuMermz, and Jot NovftnSer l fSf). 41 ihfin.lnd ol Robert Spence, late of Jtfersrn Cenufji Florid,

wberit be will receive iu a few day from New York$ ex;>rri uce for the last thiee jears at the Depo Work executed faithfully and with despatch.T. ,- it it further Ordered, That publicatira of decead, are hereby noticed to exhibit their claims
will, he hop f, brin him the rustotn ol tht- Planter Carriages Bujjies Saddles Harness &c. t- ihe
toe cit the to'Hft cn'npk'te as vi trie-its nl Jttadytm WHITE k. CO. this Ordr be made in solar newspaper publi hetl aTallahajyee nd demands -.vithin two year. from tuidit
e Ctalitin* and Gtnllftntn't Fancy GaoJi nd Merchant* generally. U.'Jice in the rt-ar of Mr September? 21, 1SY). 37 tf once week tnr the -spacecf Inurmor.th*. nnderisned, or the arse will be bamd: and aR
fvirks->fs stoic, where bubscnbcr may t be fouaJ at D. E. HULL, inJebted to the said deceased are
ever oi '1! ii: tbn mariict. Al o, a gcneial a Hfirtra THOMAS BALTZELL, JiKLje.A persons ,
nt of Frmch, Xn-ili, awl Jletyian CMliJllack .all ticurs. Notice.rpjjj' ,-; q? % T hi* CARRIAUE REPOSITORY, trueconv-Att* and F *fr/mldm and Cimiarrg, Klaeimf CHARLES A. NASH. r -.a/-j Lartletto Brick Rimihlisc. v'tf"r fr C. G. FIFE Clerk. JAM'KS R. TUCKER, S1ieri

< Ftgtteied S'ik, Satin, Cuhmvie, and Jrefctilrf City Cation W'tigtur.Soptetabrr 1 JL in snbscriber his hain; htrd! up the TANERV :r'ate tLree se1MUd f"tu-seat ROCKA- November, Iso. 44 4m of Jeftrsv-n Coui.tj and rxrjjirio Ada'f.
21 150. 37 ( place known a-i JakTaiard, h.i "
.
n Connlv Ocle her 5. 0. 59 SB
tijtg*, which he ic prepared to manufacture at WAYS a ?1ilcIlllI.t of LLCIESwith, c-r without -
now on hand and will kep all km I* of LIIATHKIItor i
1he>baie'.I! ooirc and in the cio.t apiirovcrd style. Notice. wile ; and will have line BOOTS and SIlUE. tI"4.; f..ar I'ElL'LS WAGGON'S. ic secondhand In Leon Circuit Court.IN Notice.

The-commonrty ecnerally are r<"*f cet lu.lv r.quted K cf Nish & Taylor i k thi day dissolved tna'1.- lo Md<-r. Hf has cm hand a -'Jperior article cl CHANCERY. enti, Jedli.
ta call aaic\jtnin stock IN |f.se turtiaflhietC.tabere. rpHCCrm low. \ LL persons,creditors, and Ie2iee! ,
TalUt my,a *wi, Octo',er It, I v"i). 4(1 _.I. by riiutualconett. Th. sa indebted will do u, doubled- .oltd NEGRO SHOKS. He would here return very -A1SO- James M. Hunter, Administrator] ct Archibald R. S. distribution or other**ise interested ia the estate
the pleasure to settle m &o n as pncitle.M. ( his thanks lo the citizens of Gad.-ilrn and the Hunter, deceased, ot James Mt>orr,late of Jeffer' n Ct-iintt, Flrida. <>

INASII. adjoining Counties for their pat patronage, and 'Say At the OLD STAND, Pl raLx Bunding?, Cs. deceased, are hereby nctif.ed te exhibit tfir

Cash Advances.rrviIE October I, WO. J. L. TAYLOR. to them iliat he will continue to manufacture Leather ;; ': S.vldJ! Bridles, and Martinirales. eta vaty William Barney and others, creditors of aid estate claims and demands vtitbin two years from thisdat

ondertigncd will in alt c liberal rash Hoot-, and Shoes, M his old -.land in GaKleriCoiiutv .. 4,1 Mylts; Harness of all descriplinti-i; IT appearing to the satisfaction ct the Court, b} to the underpinned, rr the -Ee will be barred : ar-d

JL on hipmenU of (Jutluiacan,i ucd to J. L. The tmini 3, hereafter will bo conducted un.ler war Qnincy. He will be glad at all liinetocchan Axels! Spring*, IIn1n. Dab Fno s. Carruice Trim- aflidar it,that William Burney, Lecnidas Willey", all persons indtb'td to the said deceased, are requested

S1a4UWoo4. Ncr Yrk.SMtLLWUD. the firm ol! NASH Sc. CO who respectfully solici p an* of the ahtAe articles fcr Oak Bark:, miii'4'* and Shoe Bunliiu-; Trunks Cart[ Ba-js Vali- I 1 Henry Clark Mary McClnre.and Thomas J. Hardic, to make immediate payrrenr.

OICSON' t II ARSIS. a share ol the p4trona of I he citizens generally. Hides, crippled nezro bov, or his own p iper.fjCJ SH.-S A-C! ., Jc, together with all other articles require and Simon Taylor. Defendants in the above case, re- JAMES R. TUCKER, Sheriff

QuincyNuvcmher2,19. 43 4a They expect; to keep on ha'id a general a-ortnr-n God Boot and Shoe makers, of steady habits, L'i hi- lint*. iJe btvoinl the iuaits ol the State of Florida, but of JefTeron County and tx officio Aaro'r.Jefferson .

of Gootl JileJirinn and such other articles as art can have employment. J>. B. Repairing d-inc with dt patcli.Nuxn.bir \\ithin the limits of! the United States : County, October f, T>oO. S9 3m

Heady-made Clothing and Saddlery.TOST generally kopt in their line of bujines w. H. MCMILLAN. 23, 1850. 4G tf K /* Ordered, That said Defendants appear and

received Bark Mora iron New York, a October 5, \W). 3'J NASH fc CO. Tallahassee,February 2, 1S50. 4 ly answt r the Bill tiled in this cause, en or b fore the To Planters.
per _
.) apply of JieaJy-miiJe 6Wijjjand ..SaJittsrv. -- Southern. Kutcal Life Insurance Company first Monday in February next, otherwise the Ccmpiamant's lIE undersigned have just received their Fall
large New Stoves. Tallahassee T
School.T
High shall be taken
Hill
confrsso Prodded -
fro : offer
Plantation which they
the Goods
which are offered to the puniic ou taos'IcaMibletcrm of Louisia a.TJAVING supply ot ,
*. HE1U & KUST. JUST receiving from New York Cooking, Parlor, lIE circi 4 (fUH n-l,m- A copy nf this Order be published once a week for sale on accommcdatirg terms, consistics; ID part
Air Stoves oJ the the 2-J for four mouths preceding; the said firl Monday in
October 12, 1s:;)- 40 I Tight tno'-t approved pat of January. liie "chola-tie year TV-ill it to dl-u.-s tin of the following:
deeming
ferns and latest styles. Call and Examine them.T. tljyiic1! into four term, each term containing eleven ]jianv. uim-e--ary February next, in some newspaper printed and pub Elankt ts-London, Duffll, Mackinaw, a&d Grey.Plaui.al .
and advnnta of tlio mutual in-urumv
WHITE & CO. wi-ekei. importance] o lished iii the Middle Circuit cf the Slate of Honda.
vr..I! and heavy.
Notice.SlX Sepfrmhrr 2I,1Ss0 37 tl Tlie Instructor fctl no hesitation in caving that, tyeIticati I jiruiciple, would re-i icczfully elicit the foaideratifinf Given at Chambers, !hi* nth Septfn-.ber l>oO. Kerseys-Washington, striped ar.d Goargia.Linseyfincv .
aonlh from d..t<*, hi'underig'e&( recutor itn-1 he the citizetw experieiuc. i* todid.ar.re ioIoIs.
THE TRUE MEDICINAL comp'tent rnatimi relative to it can be obtauiod by calling on the plidsand plain
,
will and testaroeat ol Uz U'illiams true -Attest,
the h't with efficiency, the ilutie* of liw calhn Wltile wil copy Got(on osnaburiis,brown shirtirgs, print, fianreK
4eeaii'd. late of G Jc lai nun t baJeorid County, lor a final di clatgan3rftlenicnt <, November SO, 1850. 47. tfW LONG, ARCHER, & CORLEY
wf I branch IIrPtutl- in &. RUST.
: in the cure of Scrofula taught the hclmol, yialticultr atten- a lar-e stock of rns-ctis. HEIR
Consumption,
.
sil i i f-stat" USEFUL Solicitor for
frmn Complainant.
up tioii will In' to the Mathematical October 26 1S30. 42
{ Asthma pven Dcfi.rtmcntn.4le.t BYRD CO. ,
,L'ronchitiCoiilis C. C. &
SAMUEL WOODIJUUV, Hxecntor.G S'ptetriher 5.1.V>. 35Sheriff's 4m _
and all disease* of the Chet ard Lun calculated! to (liMiplilic] tin- mind, awl to store it
: A
l-sSQ. 37 Cm supply ILL make liberal advance on Cottons e.SIX .
G a dcnCi nnt ,Sept-nrticr! 21, very
> ol this valuable medicine i with val Lial)I(> practical kni,wle ljrn.
Sale.
just received, which I shipped to their friends in New York. Oct 19 nil be made
after date
warranted |pure, and ot very muterior 'pm1ity. For the iti -faction of tliovh<> may (le'ire to obtain months ,application
Notice. further inf. nnatit.ii relative 1st Monday in February next. Honorable Judge of Probate of J rCrtConntv
For t4le by LEWIS &, AMES, > to hi* character and!
month after date, the um!< msnrd, Adminis- May 25, 1 5U.: 20 Tallahassee, Fla. iiretiarAtion; rcft-rrnce is made to the Faculty of thuUmversitv P. P. LEWIS, virtue of a writ of Fieri Facias, istifd from by the undersigned. Adminitnt r>f Gef rgeElli3"deccaed *

SIX of the late Kobert I'uher. will pr -enl ____ of North Carolina, or to any coiitluman in Local Dentist, Tallahassee, Florida. B the Clerk's Office of the Circuit Court for the late of said Coiaty, for discbarg

their final acc-mnt and vouchers to I Lo .1 u.te, of Leon Sight Exchange Fayttteville, North Carolina.Tuiticiii "O OOMS in the new building irumedirV Count of Leon, Middle Circuit of Florida, wherein from said! administratorship. .
S FOWF.LL.Jetierson
J'robite Couil.and a _
risnrn O for Kdie, in sums to suit, byTHOMAS tlepeudin upon the advauci-iaont of the stiuK-nt. ho will be found, uule** rofex.iomdly D. and Wm. Tradewell are Defendants, I have levied County, October 2C. ISoO.

R. W. AomJn1v20.lcr J. PERKINS, JESSE P. SMIT1LDcccmLcr engage-1 September 7, 1 sio. S3G. uponand will expose for sale, before the Court Notice.

w. r.:. FISIIEI: {, October 12, 1S50. 40 Agent Marine Bank. 28, 1850, 61 tf hlnu-e door, in the city ct Tallahassee, on the first md V1c
( made the
4 PPLICATION will be
by
2' rn
). A. McINTYRE in
Monday February next, within legal hours, the
4:1.. six weeks alter date, fcr letters of dmin3t'ttcn
Notice. following described property to wit :
3itN [O1flT
NoticIX .
deceased
the of
Notice. on estate George Wyley,
persons indebted to the estate of Jamea A. One negro man named Mo 'es, one named Austin, WYLEY.
will maker ALL Rooirs Cur HOTEL. JACOB
date the nndersijcneJ AT -
month after LL creditors, legatees, and ? entitled lo late and a negro woman named Charlotte.
percon ol Leon County deceased 6*
A ate December 49
of Probate of leon Quincy 7, ISoO.
I application to the Court diktubutMii, iu the t-tate ot John AI. Drooks, requested to make payment to the urithrsignt-tI; and November 1C, 1850. 45 Levied upon as the property ot James D. Trade- __

County for letter of diFrnifln$ a> admftiutrator olthcoUtcot late of JeOorson County, deceased, are hereby not ified those having demands a ain.t the same, are )ereby well, and Lobe sold satisfy said writ of Fieri Fa Notice.

Joseph W. Lea, defeated. that ttuir claim* and demands will be barred at notified lo present them within the lime prescribed C ASH ADVANCES made on Cotton shipped cias.
JOHN JlcDOUGALL, Adm'r. the to Holbrook&NeUon.New York. by A. A. FISHER. Sheiff months after date, I shall make application
expiia'.ionof two)earn front t his date, unless (ho by law, or they will he haired ment.I. SIX
pa tIme
r ? otmrr e. 1SV). 43 Cm__ same are evhi'jitcd to the sub-cril; and all persons I-'. HCARD, Qualified Executor. October ID), 1S50. 41 F. II. FLAGG. Dec. 2S, 1S50. By J. 11. RHODES. D. S. the Honorable Jodie cf Probate in and for

& Bale Rope.A who have any demands against said deceased, are December 21, 1S50. 54)Notice. St County of Jefferson, for letters of dismission and tin-el
II3aggin hereby nutIfi4t.j to present them without delay ,and Strayed Notice.A charge as Executor of the last will and testament

1 Gunny those indebted to said deceaM-d are now called upon TR01I the subscriber at Ocklockonee LL persons indebted to the estate of Alexander Ebenezer Folson-r. late of said County,deceasedAll
-
.L&) 20 IH. Sea: i.ianJ to make immediate payment lo \I1 Bay, about the 23d or 24th November, L Martinlate the Ccunty of Hillsborough, in persons herein interested.are hereby notified.aceordingly.

50; iv*. Krtitucky
50 Coils ll Jl)e. f>T wle 1'V Jefferson County, October 1S50. 42 3m ministration on the estate of Tlu-tnas Cowart, high, very thin and spate, with 1 lon<; legs, and a immediate payment of the same to the undersigned, County, December 7, 15.30. 45 Om

McNAUGIirDec. A ORMOXD. late of Hill.-.bnrouii! County, deceased, hereby gives white spot in his face. Any information will be Executors of said estate. All persons, as well also

!csrlYPrti 2q. 1850. 51 tf.Notice. 2ETNA INSURANCE COMPANY, notice to all persons having claims against said'estafe thankfully received, or if required, suitably paid for the heirs and legatees named in the last will and testament Notice.

._ HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT."nUILDINGS to present them to me within two years,properly aaIhenlicated by the subscriber, at Quincy. of said deceased, having claims against the indebted to the estate of John Cole-

agreeable to law, ar they will be barred J. L. SHIELDS. said estate, are requested to present the same to the ALL persons Count!. 1t'-
Stocks, and Cotton in Ware-house of and all deceased, late of Madison
indebted ,
recovery ; persons will please 7 1650. 43 said Executors within two from the e
un'lcrllu) December date hereof
wLicliUai**>xtflO'l !name years ha* nmandj -
c'nart.w'rip all
lIE and
D
insured against loss by fit v. to make immediate payment.JOSEPH. pleas make pa*merit ; persons
T i U Uiw or this notice will be plead in bar of such tuC
nl firm of HULL A HIATOIUUS liy; LEWIS & AMES, MOORE any against said estate, will please present
Adm'r.Tampa Notice.ALL claims.
THOMAS P.
fl <::11iAtcI !t)1 mutual cooiit All iton st .
the above unn will jil 1ta'e' call a il etUo, with J. Rli persons having claims against the estate of ELLEN MARTIN, S VANS RAD .

jlL,who will attend to Uio fccttlunsut of the coiiccru. Notice. S. Clark late of HilUborough County, Tampa, Fa.. Nov. 30. ISlO. 47 12t Executors. December 2!, 1S50. 50 St

J.1J.JJULUJ.J'HETOKIUg deceased, a9 well as all creditors, legatees, and persons Notice.

H E undersjened respectfully informs months after date, I shall apply to the Hon entitled to distribution, are hereby notified to Notice.
O 1850. 48Ihlen J'he that SIX of Probate for the their claims, propeily attested, within two MY notes and accounts are left in the hands of
Novcmber1t _ public generally having Judge County of Gads- present the
l Cha leC.. to
claims will be forever barred and all Byrd, who will act as Agent after date I shall apply S.
their
my months
:.th.aeniployed a superior Horse Shorr, he i den for letters of final dismission a* Admin years, or ; final
To Planters.R now prepared lo execute all work ia that Hue ia a istratrix of the estate of William McGriff, late of persons indebted to the said estate will make immediate during my absence from the State. Any claims SIX: Probate for Gadeden County for a Uard I'an
COTTON and TOJ said deceased ,against me, may bo presented to him for settlement. ment and discharge from the ctate of j
mii : hi"1iot priran paMfar superior manner, and oa usual terms. County, payment.ELLEN 4tut 'r.
DAOOO. at all lirne4. by. J- C..flAYLS. F. PAYNE. SARAH McGRIFF, Adra'x. M. CLARK, Executrix >w P. A. LYRD. !. dcceasel. ES.. SIlEP.'i1 1 Ca

Ta114&aabueiicc.J.1O.1 1 60 June 29,1550.? U tf Quincy, December 21, 1850. 50 Cm llillsborough County, Nov. 20,1530., 47 fct December 2!, 1550. 50 Gadsden County, January 11,153J.