The Floridian & journal
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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: February 8, 1851
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060562
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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TITLES OF ACTS 402. An act to define specifically. the duties of the Board of County Commis j :o. Preamble ami Resolution for the relief of Henry C. Wilson. they respectively shall hold, in the proportions following-that is to
sioners of )lounl 31. Resolution
Passed at the Fifth Session of the General Assembly, 403. An act relating to the County.oft of Sheriff and Clerk of the County of Ilemnndo.] 32. Resolution! relative relative to a time Seal employment for llcniamlo of a County.Clerk in the Comptrollers Office say: fir one share and not more than two shares, one vote; for every .

1850CUATTIS 404.. An act to legalize nctl of the Clerk of the Circuit Court and ex otpcio 33. lle"oluti' to increase the Blfltl of the Treasurer of the State of Florida two shares above two and not exceeding ten, one vote; for every

-_ ___ Judge of Prolate fur Columbia: CO<405. \ S!. JlhiOlut: !'ins authorizing the con-tniction of) re'proor Vault in the CapitoL four shares above ten shares and not exceeding thirty one vote;
.r'- An act ti tablUli the fees of Notaries i'ubic il certain.case, in the Coun ul. Resolution relative to Copying the I avrs uf'the prtnt Se!!ion, for every six shares above thirty, and not exceeding sixty, one vote;

312. An act to Ineorjwrate a Bank in the City of Tallahacsee. ty of Monroe. 36. Resolution relative to Printing the Laws anJ Iletolutiom of the present General for shares above and not hundred .
406. An act to extend the ; of the first section of" An act Lien every eight sixty exceeding one ,
513. An act to provide for the Inc rx>ratii>n of Insurance AsM>ciittioiis.tit. provisions r.n I I AH'inMy.
: An act to Inoorjtoratc tlic Ajvilarliicola: Mutual Insurance Company. to Steamboat men and others navigating the Bay and )1.t'r; Apalarliicoln 37. H't.lul relatives to the Distribution of the Latrs and Journals of the pres- one vote ; for et'crt'n shares above one hundred and not exceeding
515. An act to Incorporate the Franklin Mutual Insurance Company.B16. approved January 4, 1e47! and ain of "An ne ,.tm.nn actsapproved I cat J Sw.inrrOI'oS'a two hundred shares, one vote ; for every twenty shares above two
An art to provide for the Iiieorporation of Benevolent or Charitable Societies. ; i January 4, ls>47, giving 1 Lien to Steuinl-Hit luen ll.l otmrinavigating hundred share?, one vote ; and Upon this principle shall all mailers' rind

tl Bay and River of ApalachiuIL approved January .Ji, :n AMENDMENTS TO THE CONSTITL"TI01. \. things }be decided which may come before the stockholders for their
31" An net,t.and) Incorporate fur other the Flori.ia..Vt15. '' Atlunicamid Gulf Central Rail Road Companl o'. An IhlV net,to over provide County t-r the of tra.n Hih..rlIL.:iln Election Return in the County of An vi to a-ncil the Ell \'tUh: Clan-c of the Fifth Article of the Constitutionof decision. Provided, That no share orshares shall confer a right to
]purl" U.u State and, ali. to amend on act amendatory of the Twelfth CLiuse vote which
\nl\rt to alter and { the act ,'ntitI4.'Jn act to the Atlantic Levy.40R. shall not have been holden at least three calendar month
and! Gulf I tail Road Companp." An net to provide for the Compensation of Juror" in Ht Co'mtv of Grulsden. of the Fifth Article of the: Constitution of this State, and i adopted by the previous to the time of offering such vote except in the case of the

Cl9. An act giunto; the AlaUuiu and Florida Rail Road Company the rhjhtto 409. An act to locate and make jwrinaneiit the County. Site of YTniton County. Third the and Fourth Gcn.ml.l'rnhlic'4, HO as to give the Election of Judgesto first election of Directory as provided for in the sixth section of this
extend their( llnaJ into the State of Florida, with chartered 410.1 An net for the removal of t.1 County in a"om County. 1'eop'e.
pnvilegcn.t0. It. act and unless it IK holden the
2. An act to amend the Seventeenth Clause of the Fifth Article of the Constitu ; by person in whose name it appears
411. act to and! mike Dhiding Line between the Counties I
An act ra'itin, ? to the AUliuina and Florida nail Uoad land \I change jK-rmanenl
(-ranted. -r hereafter: to 1'1'l ranted to the State by the General Govern of BUtn Rosa and Walion. lion; of this] State. absolutely and bona jute, or in that of his wife, and for his or her

ment.: for the* purpo of aiding: in the construction of a nail Uoad from 412. An act to dCUlll o!establish. the Lines of Franklin. :; COY. --------- - -- .--- -- -- -.- own use and benefit, or as executor, administrator or guardian, or
PeJiKJicolu. to Montgomery.SSI. 418. An act to change and define the Western wid. of tl>o LAWS OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA, in the right and use of some co-partnership or society of which9\

An act f"r the Incorjioration( ; of Plank Road Compr.n'.e: County of Gadstlvii. Passed at the Fifth Session of the General or she mw he a member, and not in trust for, or to the use of another !
414. An act to cluuige the Southern of Leon c Assembly,
:12:. An act to Incorjvirau the Kcitnbii Haul Road Company. Bor.nuiry: .tt: stockholder
$13. An act to IncoijHirato the Pciixacola curd Nagy Yard 1'l!nk Road Comparv 415. An act to change. ths1 name of lf.-nton County to tiui .f 'Icn"en' o County. 10r1S person. Any being absent may authorize by
41C.: An act to regulate Camp-hunting in the Counties of Eacambia) and Santa power ff attorney under seal, any other stockholder to vole for hin,
< ; .------..- i.eMrMi -.-. her or them.
814. An net to Incorporate the Apafochicola and Middle: EloriJrl'LOk Road r.: -
: 417. An act supplemental to net act to regulate Camp-hunting! :H!.
Company a Cn. Xo.
325. An net t'l 'In'OrI'\\r.\t the JROl nnJ,! Ga.lo m Plank R.W Company i'l the C.untj..uf cimbia Jl:" pitted at the present session r.U use **.
IS. AI1 nrl t'l IlIcllrl'nratt' the Florida nnl Georgia flank lad Company. ; of tl Ol.ru'rl A&nr1.1r.! A:; ACT to insjrporato a Bunk in the City of Tallahassee.SrcTre None bat a stockholder, citizen of the United State( and resident
'Z' An n"t to Iucllrpllmh.'the JarJ n\"illl and Alligator Plmk RO\ll ComrLnv. 41 S. An act pr\'itf for the final. removal fft::e In.lian now remaining in \ 1. J e i it enacted by the Senate and House ofRcprcsenIzlivcs of the State of Florida shall be Director shall
a nor Director bo
326. An act to IlIrHrp.r.Lt, a CompUII to be called the Wacissa and Ocilla Nary Florida beyond t1! limit; of the state I of the Slate of Florida in General Assembly convened That
i iiation Company.: 419. An act to amend an act inthledAn act to provide; f'r the appointment: of I entitled to any emolument, but the Stockholders may make such com
:*g. An.;ac: to amend the act Incorporating the City of PenracoLa, approved .Weigher! of Cotton in the City of Talwkwee. arid Town of t Mirk.approved .-.," I a Hank shall he established in tine: City of Tallahassee, in the manner pensation to the President, for his extraordinary attendance at tha

Mare> 2d, Ih3 t ::?t. March 2.15.9.:; and on the conditions, limitations and restrictions which are hereafter Hank, as shall appear to them reasonable.
33i An act to am.dvl l an net Incorporating the City of ApajichicoTa, 4:0. An act to amend nn ul t of titl,il, "An net rml'n.1'or. to the Pilot Laws provided.

531. An art to amend an act IncorjHiratiiijj the City of bu Augustine, approved now ia force in this state," appro\ed i : : 1 1S40. I' Sic. 2. He i! furlitfr ennc'cd, That the: said Hank is hereby made! RULE III.Xd .

4'Ji Fobruury, 1J/:>3. 421. An art to amend an act to mate fully dc-Hno.the rates of and duty of PiloU : a corporation and lody politic Iiy the name and style! of the State !loss than five Directors shall constitute a Hoard for the trans,
f.ir the of Cedar
:. An act to sent the Swamp and Overflowed Lands to tlie port Key.
U lately granted
Slat, and for other 1urJMw'a. 422. An act to regulate th. Pilitiigif the Bar of the River St. John- i j j I Bali of Florida," mt l by that name, all those who shr.ll b?cmeI action of business, of whom the President shall always Done, except ,

J33. An act to authorize \\ illuun J 1L Chfl e and Albert Gulav to cut n Canal connecting 423. An net in relation. to pilotage for the port <>f Key West. j subscribers to the said Dank, their successors aiJ assigns, shall Le in case of sickness, or necessary absence, in which case his

the water: of the IVnlido River and the Gran'd Lagoon.S34. 42 J. An act til e.stablUli the rates of Wha.rl: ;C, Dockage, and Storage in tlC City i irf }' capable! ia law to have, purchase, receive, {'njor.nd retain to them a! place may be supplied pro tempore, by a Director appointed by the

An act to provide fur the ojK-iiin of n Road from Miami, in Dado County Key 1Cc.t. County of Monroe. j! ,ive3alttt their! successors, such personal 1 and real estate as are herein Hoard of Directors present for that purpose.
42 An act in relation to H.ael" in ll cauuiia : !
to Indian River, in St. Lucie County.S55. : Cti'jn'y.
An art to repeal an net to improve the Navigation of the Suwnnnee River. 426. An act to amend :.lud concerning i Ro::11'! and Highway', approved January I after named to sue and bo sued, plead and be impleadcd, answer RULE IV.
*. auJ establish Board 5, Ibi7, for the of and be answered defend! and be defended, in courts of record or
S30. An ac to organize a of Agriculture for the State of CFlwclv County Du\t. I I That in of the death:
Florida. 427. An act tf (. JFl\.lt' amid Four M'!le ('r'fk'yavigali*" Rtren". any other place whatsoever ; ana also to have and make a common I case resignation, or removal of the President;

IS;. An act to provide for the establishment of two Seminaries of Lrrxn". I I 4.$. An act to declare H'ri.J mnr in (:Sadden (?minty, a Navigable! Stream.42'J. I seal, and the same to In l 'ealr.lttrand renew at pleasure, and also the Directors shall appoint one from their number to fill the vacancy
US. An act providing new modes of Inventing trio School Fund and al,o prescribing I An act to nutJ.ic "' blavback" to establish a Ferry across EscainbiaHay. to ordain establish and put into execution such by-laws, ordinances I who shall hold the olfice during the remainder of the term for
the time at which the first distribution of the Interest of the School ) | which his predecessor was elected. I
Fend shall he mad.39. .'. 430. An tiM to authorize. Ab a'om M. Wet to e-tnbli .li! a F"r' aero thc Apr and regulations as shall seem necessary and expedient; for the government I

{ An net providing for the increase of the School Fuul from the State Trea- l.chicoa: River at or near the mouth of Lake. I of said corporation, not being contrary to the Jaws and RULE V.

sury. I 431. An act to authorize Ja-on Gregory to tahlili] a Ferry sierras the ApilacliiitiUi Constitution of this State: and the laws and Constitution of the! United TIle Directors shall! have at time to call! of .
140. An act explanatory of an act entitled: "An act providing for the increase of River tit Ocij ee, in Cilho'iu Countv. Stales and generally to do! and perform such acts and power any a meeting
the School Fund from the Slate Treasury," passed: by the present Gener 4:::. An act to authorize Henry Hewit to e"tull -h a Fern acro s the Choctaw I ; things, j stockholders for purposes relative to the Institution, giving at
Assembly. hatchie River at a place called Hewit's liufT{ or Bear Head HSutf. which to them it shall or may appertain, to be subject, nevertheless, least thirty days' public notice in one of the newspapers printed at

241. An act requiring to be paid into the School Fund money derived from the 433. An act to authorize James J. Mccks to establish Ferry. across the Withla-] j 1 to the rules and regulations hereinafter expressed. I Tallahassee, and specifying in such notice the object or objects of

sale of Slaves under the act of November 22, 18.era.. coodll't' llivcr. h'rr. 3. Be it further. enacted, That the capital stock of said j such meeting ; }but before any such object or objects or .
st: An act providing for the Investment of a portion of the Seminary and Com 434. An cola act: to authorize Joseph Sierra to build a Wharf in the City of Pensa- I Hank shall not exceed one million of dollar*, to ba divided into ten ]t whatsoever, shall be carried into effect, the concurrence any of measure tho .
mon School FUluln. '
: An act enlarging the powers of County Commissioner; 455. An act making \rprtll'rLiiun j ; for the Expends of the Fifth General Asi thousand shares of one hundred dollars each.! majority in interest of all the stockholders shall be required. I

$1. An act prescribitig the duty of the Register of Public Land, Sheriffs and l'emI11 ', and t fur other pur|>o'e*. i I I Sir.J.. lie it further enacted, That subscription for constituting
Solicitors. in relation to the recovery of Estates Escheating or Reverting 436. An act ior. the relief! of the Funds for the Education of Poor Children; in the the capital suck of said Hank shall be opened on the first day of RULE VI: i

to the School Fund, oil account of a defect of heirs or next of kin and for County of l'r.mk'in. I March next, at the! city of Tallahassee, under the superintendence of The cashier of the Bank for the time being, before he enters up; I

other i purposes. 437. An act for the rt'kf"i! Cadsden Countr. I Lelij Thompson, James T. Archer, John W. Argyle, Henry L.I I on the duties of his: office, shall give bond, with two or more good
t(5. An act to make uniform the mode of selling; State Lamas 4tt: An net for the relief of WiilLun I). Mo;-Jcy, and for other purpnset n
S ti. An act to require purchasers of State Lands to make payment therefor to 4a '. An act for the relief of Lei i F. Miller, Sheriff of Washington County. Kutgers, Charles H. Dupont John (i. Junn, llcddin Parramore, I securities to the satisfaction of the Directors, in a sum not less than
the Treasurer of thi.. State. 4.HI.n act for the relit of A. K. Ceigcr. James Kirksey, William Balky, William It. Pcttes, David C. Wil- I Ion fifty thousand dollar, with condition for his good behaviour and

147. An act to repeal? an act entitled An act supplemental to an act entitled an 441. An act for the] relief of, Tlioma 1.A..I"i:h. Robert \Williams r.mlUanid Ladd, any five of whom shall i faithful discharge of his duties, and the president, cashier and other ';

act to runt prey option rights to settler on State Lands, parsed at the 442. An act for the relief of John T. Myriclr. be competent to discharge the duties of their :1 appointment on givingtwenty !I officers of the Hank shall take the following oath on entering upon

present *e Ssieat." approved January 12, 18-U. 413. An act for the relief of Thomas !K.Leonard, Captain of tits Miccosukie Cavalier days notice thereof in one of the public at Tallahassee l. i' the duties of f heir respective offices : I, do solemnly swear
2 48. An act to amend an act entitled an act to grant pre-emption rights to settlerson *, and B. U. Waring, dl'CI'.lfoot'lt newspapers
State Lands approved December 27tli. lt+.8. 441. An act for the relief of Mary A. Hanlee and David PlatL ; and the }books of subscription shall be kept open for the i [or affirm] that I will, to the utmost of my ability, well and faithfully

249. An act to grant the right of Jlrc{'lIll'tiun to persons who have nettled on 445. An act for tire relief of George M. Hamilton.41C. space of sixty days, and if at that: time more than the whole amount i discharge the duties of the president [or cashier.or other officer .

Sixteenth Section in certain ase*. An act f.,r the relief of NatJmniel. Marina[ of the stock is found to bo subscribed, the entire stock shall }lie divided j| : as the case may be,] of the State Bank bf Florida,"-which
,JO. An act in relation to the duties of the Comptroller and Treasurer of this 147. An act for till relief; of Nathaniel I' );',n the subscriber, in proportion to their several snbscriplions oath shall be subscribed and entered dn the minutes.
among! j
Slat. 4 IS. An ft for thc relief of Jjnvrenci- FarrelL
SSI. An a n to require the original; ; account*, voucher", and evident] tiponvliich 44?. An act for the relief of J. L, Wyman. ; dining; which time it shall be lawful for any individual or coi)i RULE VII. 'I

Wan-mi*we drawn by the Comptroller of Public Accounts to be filed 450. An act for tIlt n-lief of Doctor'Franklin Hart and J. T. Rascofl. partnership, a majority of whom being citizens of Florida and of the j The Directors shall 1 have to issue to the
in hip mires, and not in that of tho 1 reasurer.J5S. 451. Au act for the rl,1icCf.C William! E. Kikreuae, Robert L. Edmoad, Joseph United States, corporation o: body politic established in the United | power subscribers their
: An act in relation to the term of office and duties of the Tax Collector Austin and Thomas D. AVi!!'on. Stats?, (banking institutions excepted,) to subscribe for number I certificates of stock and no transfer of stock in this company shall i
f53. An act to fix the com junction; of Tax Assessors and Collectors. 152. An act for the reiitf of John H. Madison and, William D. Branch any 'I be considered as binding upon the company, unless it be entered -"
of shares hundred Provided nevertheless upon
not Thatif
354 An act to aimmd An act amendatory of the several acts now in force in 453.: An act for the relief of Abm-r 1). JohiiKin. exceeding one : the books of the cashier by personal entry of the stockholder
relation to the Assessment and Collection of the Revenue,"approved January 454. An act for the nhei'nf; Aiiir* I LOJK-Z. the whole number} of shares :ITnot taken within sixty days, as j I his authorized ; .
representative or duly
1: HHtl.z 4!5. An act for the relief of the Heirs of J. Underwood. aforesaid, the said: commissioners shall keep said books nf subscription attorney by special powerfor

15. An act to require the respective Boards of County Cc-mmi'sloners to examine 456. An net for the relief of the HI'r"r: Jacolj Bryan. open for twenty days thereafter, or until six thousand shares that purpose;

&nJ certify the asse"fnient returns made by the Tax Assessors. 457. An art to Refund Taxes paid by sundry jH.-rsons of llfllsliorough County in shall: llc subscribed for, if within one year; during which time it shall I RULE VIII:
116. All act to amend an act to reduce the rate of taxation upon subjects,now the year 181'.
taxi i and to levy a tax upon cattle of non.rel idcntI 458. An act for the benefit of Dr. Thomas M- Palmer,and Drs Taylor and Palm be lawful for any individual, co-partuer:hip, corporation or body politic The lands, tenements and hereditaments which it shall be lawful

:'. An act in relation to the taxes upon Agencies of Foreign Insurance Compa er. to subscribe for any number of shares ; mitt the shares respectively" for said company to hold, shall be only such as shall be :,
neg. and other subjects therein named. 45?. An act for the Ix-nefH tt of James P.inuer. subscribed for shall be paid for by instalments in gold and silver I for its immediate accommodation in relation to the convenient necessary trans

t58. An act to tax Slaves brought into this State for Hire. 460. An act to grant "1'rtlilll'rh'ill' I'* to John W. Lowe, Guardian for the lli- coin": that is t.) say, the first instalment shall be twenty per centumon action of business, and such as shall have Keen bona I
3r9. An act to provide for the Collection of Taxes and, Highway Dues against nor Children of Hemaiido J"'Wl" dece.nd. 'I' fade mortgagedto !
the ant>ant oPsubscription, and shall be paid for at the tinie the it by of .r'r
Free Perkins i>f Color. 461. An art to authorize Coley R. Stewart to cell and convey certain property of way ,
SCO. An act to amend .\I1ll't providing! fur the purchase on the part of tile I the Infant Heirs of James Stewart, deceased. shares are taken ; the second instalment shall be ten per centum, to I previously contracted !In the course of its dealing, or purchased, at J

State of lands offered for sale f>r Uses," approved January 11, 1840.CC1. 4C2. An act to Authorize Juliu Ann Fennell to /it.ll!! certain Real Estate belonging IK paid within three months after the books of subscription shall be sales, upon judgments which shall have been obtained on sucH l 1

An act altering the mode and manner of Redemption of Lands purchased to the Estate of Xirlx.las G. Fc-nnell. every
by the State for taxes. 4C8. An act in relation to the wile of certain Real Estate belonging to die Estateof company may become t 1
SG2. An act in relation to Licenses. Albert MrBride\ dec<-aMl share, to be paid within six months after the Bank shall have gone i i owners or claimants of land, tenements or hereditarae'nts, the Board i

t6S. An ac* am 'mlatcry of the tevcral acts now in force relating to the ApP 464. An net to ]prmit George W. Andrews( to Practice Medicine in the County into operation and: the-jwlance of ixt.'r. cent to be paid at the I of Directors are empowered to sell or dispose of the same in sucH t'

1Irtnleut and Dntlc) of Auctioncm. hf Henramt1o. discretion of the Directors : Provided, That not more than ten percent ,I II manner as they shall deem most beneficial to the use of said Company -
264. An act to provide for the payment of Coroners Juries, and _for other purpo I 4C5. An net fur the relief of C -.tno; Gonzales. I shall lJI' called 1 in within one year commencing from the time : i
es.CCS. 466. An act to empower Henry B. Daus, a Minor, to assume! the jt
Management instalment
of the liayrneltt of the third : And provided further; That t
An art to amend an act entitled, "An act for the Protciion of Fisheries on of his own .:-tat( I RULE IX: ,
the Coast of Florida" approved! December) 17, 18-l.r. 467. An act to authorize William Henry Van Horn a Minor, to assume the Management I tit least !-v iy days' notice shall} be given to the stockholders before The shall in
Company no fee'c&n i
case directly
or indirectly
:.& An act change and fix the Salaries and Compensation of the Solicitors of his own Estate, an>Uo contract and be contu acted "ita.! sail instalment shall! be required.; i
of this State. 46S. An act to emjwwer Alexander It Godwin, a Miner, to assume the ManAjrcracnt Sc:('. f. Jfo it.further cnucled. That if any individual, co-partner I corned in commerce or insurance, or in the importation or exportation j
$67. An act to make provision to defray tile expenses of a Rtsiuunce fcr the of his own ):,tat\! or I'rr..rtillll. as aforesaid, shall fail to for their purchase or sale of any goods, wares and merchandise whatever .
Chief F.xrautite: Magistrate of thin St. .e. 4G9. An act to legitimate John Robert Cc'rr.. ship 1 pay respective (bills of exchange, notes and bullion excepted,) except such goods i
the tine I before mentioned :
shares t the of this
t6S. An act to provide for the of the Honda 470. An :1 by provisions
payment Volunteers called out .nct to Legitimate R'e>ley Allen D.k; ('', I'r-r.nt: PPK-ce. IViT.iel l DHcoi, wares and merchandise as shall.De truly transferred '
in the 1810. Dike I act such' shares which fibre: happen to accrue shall be conveyed or
year Unity: l-hl11 Dikes and L1lra.11'1 Dike-, upon may
: a'ao make them the to them of for
tC9. An act to unite; the! duties of Sheriff and Tax Assessor and Collector in J K irs r.t Lw of D.uik-1 l Coker, of Madion (01111111on rjid to Change forfeited!, and may again be disposed of in st cli manner as the Directors pledged by way security, money actually loaned and 1
the County of Levy. t'icir' Xami'.s. a I shall order, and the sum which may have been paid thereon advanced, or for debts due, owing and growing due to the said corporation

%70. An at torlivige the time when County Commissioners "]laU examine the 471. An act to Change the Xamc of Ann Burnley, of Cadsden County. ,to that of shall) inure to the beniiit of said! H.ar.Ic.Sir. I or purchased by them to secure debts so dde td the said II
accounts of the County Treasurer. Ann Wilder.! to effect the insurance
corporation, or the
:71. An act to organize the Supreme Court of Gas State of FltrlJa.a 472. An act to Change the: Xumc of Daniel CLavers, of Columbia County,to that : (h. Jl? if f iff her fancied, '1.1:1'" t so' soon as the J books of subscription I to, or pledged to the said on for property its that may belong ;
72. An act to amend on act to organize the Supreme Court of the State of of Dawl Cluners m,:(... to the capital stock of aid Hank shall have been closed, it I company, security; neither i
Florida.: 43. An act to Alter and Change; the Name of Elizabeth; McCa,;.HL shall! he t'i": duty o." the aforesaid commissioners: to give public notice shall the said corporation take more than at the rate of one per cent.

:73. An act tc pto\"il CoIr> the more effectual administration of justice in the 474. Ay act to Cluuige the Name of George U. Smith to that of George B. Sinl'J.- thereof h o"w of the! np-.V3nr.wrs printed in the city of Tallahcssee interest for sixty days, when discounting paper offered for discount. i
Courts of this State ,
t74. An act to amend tho several in 475. An"n. in which notice i tlioy fcksll designate the day upon which RULE X:
acts now furcc in relation to Pleadings in act to raangc the weir.e r.f Francis: St. T,11! 1
Civil Suits. 476. An act to Change the Name of Sarah Frances WaC'{ tie! second instalment upon wild capital; stock will become payable ; I The total amount of debts which said corporation shall at an* :

S75. An act to amend the laws now in force iu this State relative to the Foreclosure 477. An -ct to Change the Name of Robert Waterston, of Lfvv County, to tLat and F ii{'t commissioners: shall, .?.. tho same time and manner, appoint : time owe, whether by bond; bill, note, or other contract, shall not exceed t
of Mortgage. of Robert W. Randc-lL 1 1 least from the date of such notice in which
lit a day, rat twenty flays double the amount of the capital
t"G. An act to amend mi net entitled "An art to exempt Homesieads from Exocut.on. 478. An act to Change the Same of Maria L. Wes*. I actually paid in, over and 1
stockholders of said Hank are to !meet Tallahassee for the
Attachment and I>ii.tres" approved March 11,184 G. 47V. An act to Change time Some of Roxanisi Jones to R.ixanna Wheeler.TITLES the purpose above the money then actually deposited in tho Bank for safe keep;
t.+a. An act to amend an act entitled, *An uct for fi(Turing Li'ns to Meciianics, of electing nine director; for the purpose: of managing the business ing. I
Overseers. and others," approved ]) '.niljiT 29. 1 84 5. of said liank. And it shall! moreover be.tho duty of said
578. An act to amend the laws now in force in relation to the EstablUimeat of 0? RESOt UTIO:s. commissioners to take the neee ':;ry measures for procuring, the necessary RULE XL

Lost l'aIxrra. 1. Preamble aid Resolutions requesting M'rul ers in Congress to procure the books, plates, &c., reJFired! for ti.c operations of the Hank ; Tlie bills obligatory, and of credit, notes and other contreatswhat..* :
S'V.n act to prevent any person nr p Tson K-ing male: liable! for the! pa"Jie of an act to Graduate the Price of Public Lands ill this State, ,
of mib payment 2. Resolution relative to the Public' and at"the meeting of the stockholders', it shall be lawful for them to soever, on behalf of said corporation; shall be binding and obligatory
< Lands
any criplhm < r sulr.erIptang to any newFjui'wr: or rewpa|>ers, in the State of Florid- i
jieriodkCiU or jtiTiodMVua.or any document (r documents, without said person any 3. Preamble and Resolutions relative to Land, Granted: to tins State for Semi proceed! to the! ckvtion of the directors aforesaid l, and a majority of I on the said company Prodded, That the same be signed by thE

or j ernons shall! subvriU> for or in writing request [Lor] order the sum naries of Learning. votes given in shall! be required make an election ; and the Directors I President, Cashier; or other duly authorized agent of the.said .

to be ndlr. 'oI to himself herself, or thC lf \'t'!. 4. Preamble! and n..ll\tiII"lHl't'Ltiv Lnn-ls ranted by !?.",'to the State then elected shall be capable of serving! by virtue of such elec- I ItlOll and the books, papers and correspondence, and the funds corporation of. .
t SO. An act authorizing Juilges of I'robtit to set apart Dow cr. for purjxMci of Internal InipnmMicnt and for fixing tit Seat 4.f Govern the shall at all times be f
uut'il' the first orllby in January ensuing the time of such Company, subject to th.
861. An ment. inspection of the
act to t-nablf EXl.'Cutori. Adiuini.trator.*, and Guardians,to sell the Real
Estate <,f Infants. t;. Preamble and Resolution asking an Appropriation of Land bv Congress to election, and shall receive from the commissioners the money which I board c-f Directors and stockholders when convened according to J.

tS2. An art in relatiiHi to the Boundary Line between the Stales of Georgia and 111.111\ the Construction of the Atlantic and Gulf: Rail Road Company! may have 1j'eri received by thorn, together with nil hooks, papers, the provisions of this act. 1
Alabama G. le<.!uti.; i asking an Appmjiriution of Lund / said }bank arid shall take the
ly Congress to aid in lIuil in' a &c., belonging to ; neces arv measures RULE XII. i
*S8. An.act to amend the lasts now in force in Compensation Plank} Road from Alligator to .laek'i ,nvrlle.
re1it'l t t PLy- tJ put the bank into opt-rathi as soon as the sum of one hundred
7. Preatiible! raid He! Juti-ins relative to the Sixteenth i Dividends of the profits of the
hlCl Section*; corporation br ofso much }
thousand dollars shall have been in the stockholders toof
An act to define the duties 8. Resolutions relative to tine Establishment and twenty paid by 1
$6. more particuLirly of Weighers of Cotton b hta of a Bureau of Agriculture at the as s.h:111Io deemed expedient and shall l be
Stt. City hC WaJungJon.] ; and the: said stockholders shall, on the first Monday in the proper, declared and paid
half first half
S 2S5. n in relation to Naturalized CitUn','oting in las Sfa'e. 9. Ile olution relative to n Grant by Congress of a Quarter Section of Land fur Jnmiafj next, as aforesaid and annually on the same day thereafter, I yearly, ( and the year after the Bank shall have been ra operation -

S&6. An act rejK-aliug tl le first and ..on.K ti< m of An in filuku 10. Preamble arid t Resolution relative determined by a majority of the Directors
act to Slaves ed llth to Chipr.la Rivrr. at
trading anrfo February a meeting to beheld
194.:; 11. Preamble and Resolutions relative to Mosquito Inlet. ; and it shall be the duty of the directors, at their first meeting for that purpose, and shall in no case exceed the

*S7. An act in addition to the A now in force in relation to Crimes and 31i de168. 12. Preamble. and Rf olutions relative to a change of the Mail Route between subsequent to the election, to cho'ose one of their number as i profits actually acquired by the amount of nett
menflors. 'ullalmssec and Madison. President ; and if it should at any time happen that an election for thereof shalinover be corporation, so that the c3'pit:1lstock i .

.An a amendatory t act in reference t Militia and Patrol Duties, and 13.11. Resolution l'rl'unhlo: and relative 1'cwfutinn to tJ"taMi..1Iin': n Tri."rt'1k1y Mail between certain point Directors should not be made upon the day when, pursuant to this i impaired.

*89. An Crims 81 puni.h l'mp:1'R.and False Pretciwes. taairr511 I t'v the Clh7.t'f1..l flf Fluri.L'L urgimii upon ILt the Ctntre late HOI'tilihci'i the I J'IL\'ment oC the for lo.s r t us: act, it ought to have been made, the corporation shall not for that RULE XIII.
n t Cllat Seminole
*90. An act t provide .. puniJnncnt of such persons M unlawfully i'l', ; +, ami,! asking the nflxmrtnieiit of a Commissionur to take the Testimony Indrur cause be deemed to bo dissolved, but it shall be J lawful on any other On all notes running in said Rank,as accommo'datfoii paper, when

JII or circulate C Change Bills o Notes under the denomination of 1' One relative th.ntfl. day to hold and make r.n election of Directors, in such manner as any mortgage has l been given to secure the payment thereof it shall

IK.lkr.toi' 15. IVranibliMUiil Resolutions relative to the Payment of certain Companies of shall have been directed by the laws and ordinances of said corporation ''I not be necessary to renew the mortgage, on account of the ,
An a t amend< the law ftutliorizing the organization of Fire Com anies. Florida 'ulnntt'Crl.I and Directions the time shall in all renewal
; the being cases, con. of the note, but the
An n regulating the times and places of holding the Circuit Courts fur the 6. Preamble an:l Resolution relative trfthc Payment of Volunteers ]legally called tine mortgage originally given shall be valid to secure
elected and in of
their case
tinue td act until successors are ; I the of each
VTenUTn Circuit. into service fir the defence of the Frontier of Florida. payment, renewed note, so long as such note shall'
193. An act to cliango the time of bolt the Circuit Court of the Middle Circuit 17. Preamble and Ilelutioii of the General Assembly of Florida relative to the death, resignation or absence from the State of a Director;, his place be a part of the original debt, provided that no' new or after debts or.
Claim of Lf\i F. Mo-her, (.'.' may be filled for tho remainder of the year by a new choice to be loans shall be included therein. .
W, An act to diange tire time for liolding the terms of the Circuit Court fur I R. Preamble and ticaolutioiut relative to Appeals in cases of Admiraltv. made by tho remaining Directors.

tot. An.Onmff e l wul Ht Lucie, and Putnam Cuunti(' 19. Resolution requiring Judge of Probate to issue Writs of Electiou'irf certain SEC 7. Be it further enacted, That the Directors for the tine{ being RULE XIV; .,
ac. publish A Circuit Court in Levy County, and to fix the terms of call All notes discounted b y said Bank (bills of
such officers clerks and exchange-
/ ut Courts of the Counties of"the Southern Circuit of Preamble and R'cmlatiiAn \.'ring a welcome to Mr. Eilmond ajee. Ehr.ll have power to appoint servants; shall be made payable at the counter of said Dank.tt excepted. )
Florida 21. Resolution appropriating ten j Ilf'r rent upon thli Auction Tares to the'Common to take such security; and to administer to them such oaths as said!

U4 An a to amend a a An act to wtablisfi a Circuit Court in School Fund for the several Counties in thin State Directors sliall!! deem necessary, and to allow them such compensation RULE XV: .

J ry County, and fx mte" of tire Circuit Court of the costal 22v Ik-solution relative to Auctiuh Taxes in the Counties of Monroe and Escam for their services. shall be reasonable, and shall be fixed by The Directors shall keep fair and regular entries
i in
of die bin. a book to bar
Sther C ut nit ot Fodtn. the laws and ordinances of the sane provided for that of their and
act t a a entitle!. -An the of the 23. Ik-solutions relative to a Fee Bill for Medical Services. purpose; proceedings; on any question
SOR v.\uty Jaekwand fo other ICIE99. a, *t( ". nc 24/ Resolution J respecting Lands Selected fur the State. SEC. 8. Be it further enacted, That the following rules.regulations when two Directors shall require it/'the ayes and rars of the Dir,
} .
AD An S 1 t"eatal.iKh tb RearJ* set Ga An a t rec9taL1' l1 Reeord? of St Lode County\. 2rt. Reflation for the relief of Joel L Lorklwrt articles of tho Constitution of said institution : utes to be at all times on demand pro'duced to the

0. a a cootliatuu the Courtier (f Dade and Diaroe' and the 27. Resolutions for the relief of Isaac P. Hanlce ana L. D. Rogers. at a general meeting, the same shall be stockholders- .whin: yiuji.Xti
DI r 28. ltrso1utiong the Treasurer of this RULE L required.
40I 1. An Jud PU\ authorizing .State to purclia of the ROT. I .
a I"girin' ;of u Proo oC Esramhia and lamt CoHt George White six copies of hit Work on the Statistics of the State of Geor-- The number of vote to which the stockholders shall he entitled I I.
'" the
JuoC gin .
in' '1
o (Erin cares' t j: :tI. Resolution for tho relief of Thomas Ia!gfrd. I 1 in voting for Director, shall bo according' to the number Qr ?h 1cs t Tb4 torpVation{ shall exkt and eontlnua until flit Ant day C'





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. n TT, one t5nussntl! tight; hundred and sev,,sty ; bat the Promi t any wise connected or united in any company making insurance on red the officers or U1y such corn pans.within sixty days to proceed ,, losses: which may Lava accrued, if pajia=ati .i.:1.\dJ '
the stockholders : months in all risks .
"iad its ba.sines" unless within that tune two after such losses __
c. cf'uvo-Uu.tisof tic! capital i 1 ronccrring vote, al a gvticral nuvti.jg to be riik-d: for time purpose l lthw SEC. 3, Be it further enacted, That such persons shall file ia the hereof hall pavin the amount of such deiiciettcy. i SEC. 1 IS. & further enacted. That no cQ t) .
lre thj tanie ui our. prior pc.i-" dl! : Procidei, That n..tice of ichmeeting oSce of the Secretary of State, a declaration signed by all tie co:. Any compunV recch ing sach requisition from die Comptrollershill j this act, shall I, directly or indirectly. deal or tripe I spider
a id of iu object be published in one of the newspapers p of t ': P'r3to *, expressing tbdr intention to form a company for the 1Purt fon.hwit'1 call upon iU stockholders for such I amounts as will I, selling any goods, wares mercaaadis-?, or bitter cO 73 *i

I Tlaha! :, for at l:a-t tix manias previous t., the tune tppohjt''d: i! po e of transacting the business of insurance as expressed in the make its capital equal to the amount fixed by the charter of the lUil 'I' ever. es
subdivisions of the first section of this which and in case stockholder of such company shall refuse SEC. lf Be it further enacted, That the
several any
, for each_meeting; :md.i i itntm-diately i after the dissolution of said corporation act declaraj company trustees aaj
,,t tl' etfcctUAl measures shall bg taken by the Directors I last sppoiat j tion shall I also compose a copy of the charter proposed to be adorted or neglect to pay such call, after notice personally given or by advertisement I of any company organized under this i act, and th/we t1 co ti '

' dand acbg. for closing the concerns of the company, end bv them, and sliall publish! a notice of their intention oaceia ea h in such time and manner as the Comptroller shall l approve i i participation of the profits, shall be jointly and sever 1.f ruto *

J$ for di.i4iog the ca;.i&l stock and profits may remain, aaiong week for at least Fix weeks in a public newspaper in the couutv. i.i it shall bo hwiul for the saul company to require die return ;+ til the whole amount of the capital raided bv the com rM.3"
i the stockholders, acconlicg to their respective intercut. !; which such insurance company k i proposed to be locate!. of the orLnnal certificate of stock hid by such stockholder, and in been paid in, and a ccrtiacate thereof recorded as krt ice]' *f : ,
'(; :I Sc.t" Bt' it further nc(: .J, That it may and shall be lawful lieu thereof issue new certificates r"T"such number of shares as |i \ided. Notes taken ia advance of premiums under this ore p-
:.:/ RULE XVII. \; for the individuals: a*>ocut:d for the purpose of orgaMzinjj any the said stockholder may be entitled to in the proportion that the j to be considered debts of the company in deVrnriab- ut i Ie"
The person* and property of the s stockholders t for the time being, company under this act, after having published the notice and filed! *ascertained J e of die fund* of die srjd company may be found tobear j 1 company w insolvent but are to be regarded u A .er .
,i I In paid Bank: hall be pledged aad bound to'the! full amount of shares their declaration and charter as required by the preceding section, to the original capital of die said company the value of said I j company or t

fccld by each in Iheir private and individual capacities for the! clti- ly open books for subscription to the capital stock of the company shares for which new certificates shall be i is neyl, to be ascertained j; SEC. 17. Bs it further enamel, Tint no divHend

xaste rWemjfwon of the bills or notes issued l 1.y or from iaid Bank, i so intended to be organized, and to keep the same open until the under the direction of die Comptroller, and the company paying for made by any company incorporated under thi when sun er.-1' ,\

,i,. :1WS't.3e time he, the, or they may hold such s:ocLs full amount fpeciSed in the charter is subscribe! : or in case the the f.1etion parts of share. md it shall be lawful for the directors I. stock is impaired, or when the making of such dividend"art wo-JdT iu

I#- Sr.c. 9. Be i further cna sped, Thai it shall the duty of the !i I, badness of such company t i is proposed to be conducted on the plan oi such company to create new stock and dispose of the same, and the effect of impairing the capital: ;toes: and auv dividend ?

President of the Uanb. r.nnaaliy at the commencement of the tes ioa d i mutual: insurance, then to open books to receive propositions: to i e new certir cates tl.er for to :111 amount sutiicient 1' nuke up ; shall subject the stockholder receivbg the same to a joint Mm *

;I| cf the General Atsra'tdy, to make a report tj tae (Joicrnor of theM > and eater ins agreements in the manner and to the extent Ltreinafter the original 1 cn.pit.Lml it is hereby declared that in die event of i eral liability the creditors of said company, to ire etcn rud 5IY.
specified. air additional byes accruing upon new risks, taken after the dividend fo made. or be;
M; State, fchcwiug: the conditi,a of the Umk-in which rt-jwrt: lucre !
| ehall be di_:iuctly staled what amount of capita! lock has ken J paid SEC. :. B: it further cnzeltd, That no joint stock: company o1 *. Comptroller have made the requisition aforesaid, and before the t i thc.: It Be it fur h er rrzrt(d, That a t pur-r2 ne e of Isis
I In, what bills and note of the nan are in circUaiion, what deposes i 1 ganized for the purpose mentioned ia this act, shalln\ urginizid said deficiency shaii have been made up, the directors shall be indiviiuailv .r sh:1111Je l lawful for nn.y mutual 'o npan., esab;,neJ b act i".

f and odier d bt are due bv the Dank, the amount of biiU l discountedtary with; a smaller: capital than fifty thousand ollnor shall any liable to the extent th.or..111 if upon due examination. i ttt.i; the provisions of the fourth : t tion or this acv, to onr'.Jrii

and +r.Ltanoiug, I-pcci ia"its t-.4lt!, rows of oter Baaklt in its j'o- company formed fur the purpose of doing the buincs? of n i1 it shall 1i'-.i" to the CO.Jptn\l that the losses and expenses rf capital to a'1\. eight, t5 an ldrl1tu1 security b tho mfIn a t3.i.1

e essi3a. debts uric it by. other HAnks and clJ such other :1rticdars line, or ire, or inland navigation hsnraaee, on t'e plan of nsutu 1 nn- conany chartered on the .hn of mlluil ill,Uri\DCe under this y,'r and above their prt-nii. ns .flu.1': not's, wLteh addit"* 0-

r as usually compote the z.anal reports .f 3 Batik, or may. pipe neces. insurance, commence ;business until agreements have teen euervd -t" :.hall J'lring tyear hate eX't..Jt.'t.l the premiums, and, in consequence cash capital s'lall] be bit open for accumulation, and shall ijTt :t
to aSbrd to the General Assembly, correct information of the ; into for insurance, the I premiums on which I if it be marhe. s'.:!I amount thereof.: that: the capital of the company as required in itsorganisation : and invested! as provided ia the eighth section cf tbis act lCXL med

actual contiiiioa of the i'&ak ; cod the General Assembly may app I] to tw.nty-tjxe thousand ((20,0 JO,) dollar, and notes ;Lave has become deficient, or from any other cause has be company may allow: an interest on such ca-n capital i and; and .
point a committee of iu own members, to examine tutu the state been received i in advance for the premiums: on such ri*k,, j ja\alh? s.ti I I come impaired i it shall! l IIf the duty of the Comptroller to direct the ,' pation i in its (profits, ;and prescribe the l liability ot" the owner a, pa.1ici.

J' of the Bank to wLj 'h committee, if required, shall bs exhibited all i i tbe end of or within twelve months of the date thereof, which notes I (JneN of such mutual insurance companies to take the same proceedings i ers thereof to share in the I losses of the coma any, and or 0.-
' tasks sad t'i1ntiwd stab other and any information on the ;shall lw considered a part of the capital; stock, and shall be deemed l .. a* h?\i.i require---l! t? be taken in case of joint: stock comp.iuV i j car:ital shall 1e l liable as the capital stock of the corn :1': tl
'[ natters rend (&. it. valid, and shall 1 be negotiable: and collectable,for the purj>H: of paying : ; :o.l uilil s-ieh lhr.'-ttn5 shall b? coaipii l with, the directors i payment of its: debts :c h

SEC. KX Be if furl*?*ca' &, Teat:violation of the first clause ., any losses which may accrue or otherwise, nor shall. any co:. Ii sliai! be personally liable to pay all damages occasioned by j j5'ich SEC. 10. Be it further cnzdcd, That all companies formed
I of tha tenth rile of the fnaaamentsi articles of this cor'X>ratioa, shall ; tony which may be organized under this lC:. expose itself. any neglect, to any. !person or body corporate which may be injured this act shall be ceecisd and taken to be bodies af Ba--*?
be cant Ieled and made the forfeiture of this charter. j iSEC. loss on any one fire or i inland: navi;ati.. 'ri.h, or hazard, to an I thrt"bI\ transfer l of the stock cf any stock organized under ,. hti", in fact and in aane. corporate < fO.

: 11. Df i!further cnocfcirf, That if the officer or oSccrs of mount exceeding ten percent of its capital. .I this act shill} not rt-lea>3 the party making the transfer from his :lc.20. Be further micl'd, That the Legislature

I tad Bank, fcbifl ruV:-t a: &egi-ct to pay cay of its lulls when protented ,j r I I SEC. G. Bs ii further fretted, That no company funn d ;for coin ILiuility for l lsu-> which :h.a.: have accrued previous to the transfer. ': tims alter, amend or repeal this act cr dissolve and provide nay a fQ c 1
; (pavractil at its counter, withia the usual honr of business, ;i the brines* of life or health insurance on the plan <.f mutual iaicr- I Sst11.. !; it further inzrteil, '1 11:1t: suits at law may be main- dosing np of the basir.e-3 and alfrurs of any company formed :!,

I or, oa demand beh.g so .1J(,.Eha1J refuse or neglect to pay, or tenI 't|: aace, shall commence busine** until a cash capital of fifty liJU?::,-l i I I I tainbv! any eorp.>-.iioa formed under this acf, against any of its i it, by a law receiving the saactijn of two-thirds of the urv'c
I dftr pant of su i suan II way be deposited tbcreia, ii gold and .. dollar hall have been paid ia and cctualiy invested, either i in the ; members or -to:khoiikrs, fair any cause relating to die business of elected to each House. ct:11er.

,' ulcer cnia, and hsJl so eooauue'to refuse or neglect such payment ., stocks of te.incorporated <.i i i s of this .-"t.1ttthe stocks of t.i! ; stte: j t to -ueh corl or2\:;an : aiv, suii-s; at law 1I1tJC pro-Clted and main- [Paul tu! S-aaate Jxrarv ?. 1S3I. Pa*e-I'," Hon ce of Ii
for lie space of ninety day*, then all the rights and priv il.'ge* and : cf the United Mate, or ia bond and mortgages on land worth''I tallied i by :ny raomrr" <>r -kholder against such I corporation for JaJ.r-.3J 20. l ';. Apj-roTc-J bj tic OoTerzor Jan-jaiy 2.J, li.l:i fins

fcniaaiiitiff of this charter chall I* forfeited, and tie bold--r of such : double the amaunt for which the sai e i is mortgaged ; the vdae of j 1+ --, _. H ._. --':. .-_- ._- -- ':1-' --- -- -.- _, I__ -

> bill, or the person, ld I ; agent or lawful Attorney, making such deposits |,; the land to be appraised by three disinterested commissioner' appointed i| Letter fron Kr. H 1ory. comme-:1rhl'JCs; n; our Northern: -
the Judges of Prubate of tae where tbe jtribiaii ( JournaL fri idt.
may ma;2 coafIaint theme,f \vridng to any Circuit Court by county tuch company I! am roost anxious
The subjoined letter from the Hon. S. R. :: lo hear from
to jo-j. You
Jc t-f tla ftauwfioe it tunU the: is be located bT e
;rc duty tLcreapon, to cause I I '1 thanks tnr
---- -- -- --- : kind
--- ----- ----- ------ \hU Sena'or elec. find in the f1t.rida' my tour invitation& to
i{ IVetident or Cashier! of sai-i i Balk to be otifl: to appear before him SEC. 7. Beit further cnarird. That it snail l not be I lawful for o I..tLL.tu.tssi r: I i r.* we i pany You and I lor ihr 'inrn-cited accon
) at tact time and place as he may appoint, to at.wer to sach coaiI company organized under this; act, ti transact l-U'ines* unless j> \1 - --- -- -. Republican of the 3nh uIt.r e puMUa. i h \i. \it was contend, and which term* in which"i ;

: j,lai.it and how! elU-.o juraiiist f+ rtV r proceedingfe thereon. ,|! teased of capital or security as hereinbefore mC:1 (1cd. I SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1351. j j'M I., 'that our readers may know his position as to taat pre-enag3rnonts cijJ!nothing bare but ira?o,..
_ ,
i Sty. I:. 1k it farther entcteJ, If such President or Cashier, ort ) SEC. S. Be it enacted That it shall be law al l -- -- u -- I IThe prrene
further for
t j : any M Ma K>K: BMB BM>raM AM KHM M M \the Nashville Con.ention.'Jr.. M. bas not '' from zc e? in;. Wuh earned
!, other agent of such Batik duly authorized dial! not appear at mca company organized under this act to invent capital: or the funds Cotton Crop. I 1 15\\"ef\"ed.so far as we know, from the views expressed i'I that' jour 'laiwrs may tend tr.4TFrt m/ the hrls
tun?and j4ace, or, appearing.,diaJl I not fehuw Sufficient cause against ; accamslated by itbusi.ie, or any part tlicrecf, in l ond* and mortgage w'e publish this morning from the Charleston !1 i which threaten us, and with the jn ,
: in this letter, nor from the advocacy coav d jo,
; ? on unincmnbered rl.'alst"lte within t'e State of Florida 1 (that sho-id! the
I article! with refer- hour
Mercury, an i.iu-reMh'g come
I worth :j,'of( any other movement tending to a union aj upon aviM,
, fifty per cent more than die tarn loaned thereon, and also in { people' of our S'ae will
ful discharge of their trust to hip satisfaction, ia tub turn a* he : the stocks of this State or of the United Mate, and alga! in 03y or j| ence to the extent of the Cotton crop. The t i I I j mon; tbe people.! We hire before remarked, J't SQJ squarely! to the at whatever! J&'ri5cto.

i I| fchafl!J det--rnir e, to be .livcrt-d 1. ti the aid Band fur their use.: !! all 1 storks cr bonds of either of the incorporated cities of this State, j| Mercury, ia this article, lays bare the tricks, !;j and we repeat the remark here, that be b%, SII.1, up great interest ct lh

;| Src.: 13. Be i!further txwrted, Such receivers shall immediately; and which stocks or bonds shall be at or above par at the time of j.j. and shifts by which foreign i and native .peculators -j j i given to the course of bis pred'ce ssor, .1/.1r.. Yu 'I I am, dear sir r-spPetfuily and trim?',
oemiud and of the officers of Each Hank all its real and
, receive pt r. !J such investment, and to lend the fame or thereof the
any part on have than occasion lour fiend
, 0:1
more one combined I and
lee all the which bare ser
road estate, with all its book, papers and evidence of deist due ; security of such stock or bonds, and any company organized for j :i on question been under SR .
1 radi Bask, delivering to the oiHcers their receipt, containing accn- : the parpo of marine insurance may, in addition to the foregoing, to create false impressions both with f i j discussion: a hearty and unequivocal ap B. M. PEAKSOX E JL\LLURf.

rite lists and memoranda of such estate, books and"debts, and thall loan their funds on bottomry and responucntia, and change and reinvent 1 I regard to the extent of the crop, and the a.1 proval. q.

'proseed, with dee diligence, to di=pose of all or any part of such i the same as occasion may from time to time require.: niount of stock on hand at Liverpool The {I KEY WEST, June S, 1550.jly "I mIl adJ, abo, that the signal! defeat of

property, and collect the debts, and with the proceeds thereof to ;! SEC. 9. Be itfurthrrfnacXd, That no company organized by or I I'I comments of the Mercury in this regard will +f Deer Sir: Your kind letter cf the 4tb I' )I r. Tale e, from Florida, forms tae theme of
the demands Enid I'&nk.
t pay against> j jiicc. i under the provisions of this act, shall IK |permitted: to purchase hold I'I well repay peU:l. ut.! informed me cf the action of tee Convention i|t general rejoicing. HU factious and inteo.
1'L Be i!further ensrltd. Said receivers sell at public I -
Bray and convey real estate, excepting for the and in the n I | prate opposition to the compromise
purposes and
at Ocala raeaj-
auction, after giving ninety days' notice in the mode required for my appointment as youraterrhate "
t ; bereia forth ores of the last session
I: r.er set to wit : 1.1 I hastened his falL"
K-. tales under execution, any real aad personal estate of fr'iid Bank, :! State Bank of Florida. I to the Nashville Convention. I :
;i 1E;. Such as shall! be requisite for.its immediate acccir.cdation We find this little :
I We publish to-day the act incorporating'the duly apprf.'ci3.te.ntJ am gratified for,.thi piece of
and any mortgages of real or personal estate due to said Bask, aad :! the en- conteaiptibbspite
make and deliver to the Ligest bidder, in the name of the corporattDn ;]:; :nd.transaction Such of its business ; or, I State Bank of Florida. The provisions of i; deuce of the confidence of my fellow-citizens i: i ia a Washington letter to the Richmond
shall have been
a mortgaged to it ia faith
any. deed or other instrument neC4..ary for the due conveyance of security fur loans contracted good by I the charter cannot fail to command general''I of Eat and South! Florida in attachment ,| E'iT ircr. We only notice it to express our
ray previously for monies due :
: or ; to the South attachment which all
an to otb-
i ;
i iSix.
of such with the debts secured.
estate or mortgages, thereby I Ia another column will be ; surprise that a of such
or, I approbation. j paper ufo
receivers I i iI I I ers tbe most holy and cherished, are subser. j
15. Be it further envoi, Such collect the :
may |'I SJ. Such as shall have been conveyed to it in satisfaction of debtspreviously i iI found a notice from a majority of the Commissioners :I vierst. j\Enquirer should suffer itself to become the
debts dee and owing to said Bank, and prosecute?, ia the name thereof :.I I 'j
or ia their own names as receivers any a-rtioi cecessay for the Such contracted 1 lit the course of its dealings; or !I named, announcing that books of! The selection of yourself and Gen. Hernandez medium for circulating palpable falsehoods
collection of each debts, or thy raay seU or asaiga said debt, with j i I decrees as shall Lave 1 been purchased at sales upon judgment', :, subscription for constituting the capital stock :j is universally approved here, and is, to me :i if : and injurious impataiions. Screlv. e olser-
or mortgagee obtained or made for such debts} and it thai!! f
; personally, highly : confident I ..
the evidences thereof they shall think !! gralif)ing. as am vatioas of this letter-writer
as pc-ditiit.
[ not be lawful fur aforesaid will be opened i in this city on the 1st March i must bare been
any company incorporated as to tbat if united counsel could i 1
purchase guidj or
SEC. JO. Be i!farther fnarifdi Wenever such receivers: shall Lave : gor.
; --- --- I > restricted to that class of
i hold or real estate in other for otter fanatics about Washington .
I' convey any cat, or cny ern coming events, neither the honor the
realized from tae property of the said Bank sum u:event to Kr. Fre 1aIld. nor !>
pay purpose ; and all such real estate as he aforesaid cf the dream of whose
acquired ,
as t
may interests tbe South c-wld be I lireacddwtntfoT
all its debts their power over the residue of the property shii! cease, which Vt'e have been much gratified in visitingthe I ever cornpromiaed. -
and shall
and it shall be their duty to surrender the same to said Bank, to not be necessary for the aocomodation of such Portrait ; Bait I must frankly tell you that: I donut whose eff"l' :t5 is :o rob and despoil tie South, i
of this
company in the convenient transaction of its business shall IK sold Gallery distinguished Art.j
look hopefully! Jo the efficacy of the Con. ; and who
grtheriili their books and papers, taking a sufficient receipt for the ; are most loud in their exultations
and di-po-ed of within five years after stich shall have 5t at the Hotel. The Portraits of Gen.T !
company acquired City i ventioa. I::, however, its action shall barmoi
bane; and fcball, all, render to the Bank a fair and just account of I and rejoicings at the defeat of such faithful
: title to the same, and it shall not be lawful for such
companyj Call and those : nize to considerable extent the discordant
the proceedings receipt and expenditures at the time of such surrender Judge Thompson are equal to any .j ji
j I and
and at each previous times as they shall be required by any .j j to hold such real estate for a longer period than that above men- we have seen from the pencil of Sally. They i i! opinions at the South, if it shall induce union .i ii untiring defenders of Southern honor u ;
I tior.cd 1, unless the said shall certificate from the i Mr. Tutee has (
company procure a ofs.'ntnnentupononeormore prominent ,, proven himself to Le.i .
of the Said J(12" .
\ ; cold not be more lite-Iike. There arp other j
that the interests ( I
SEC. 17. Be-ft cmded Such :i/ers shall retain for i' Comptroller 'J the company will suffer materially -!be adnihioa of California with her I 5 Another correspondent of the Enquirer of
further reel r ,
force I sale most truthful in tLts studio which i
of s-ich real which"event I
,. by a estate, in the time for the portraits present j boundaries in the I
their eenices t1tb.fum be between them andtaid I -cur rights Territe.ries the same date Jaa. 25
as agreed ( notices
may upon I ,) the mat,&
may be extended to such tiuie as the Comptroller shall! direct ii we do not particularize, inasmuch as they are j -or the recovery of fugitive slates-if it'I I II I'I .
Bank ia of be awarded
or, cases disagreement, as may by any said! certificate.i j thus :-
one of th" Judges aforesaid, at their said Court, at its next session, !i likenesses of private individual, bnt which i shall induce the Southern States as a body, to'j :I i
after ten days' notice to taid B nk. :i! SEC. 10. Be it further mrled. That, i-i addition to the foregoing arc as ;g r x d as art can make them. The two |j define the bounds .f iheir political forbearance !;i I ThLegislature of Ko i ib have also s
[ provisions, it shall be the duty of the of and j these q'res.ions-it wiil have !! I lected 31r. .Mallory, democrat ia plate ofi
SEC. l**. Be further ensued, The Directors of said Bank shall : corporators any every first we feel authorised to I upon accomplish-
before entering oa their dutL1?, take and feub-jeribo an oath that they i. company organized under this act, to declare in the charter which !i designate by name, I ed a work ot vital importance. Upon ait! these i! .Ir. Y uke. whose terra expires 4th March
. is }herein,; as the originals are public:; men. We to j cex: Both gain ia the Senate
will not, in any manner, whether a< principals or endorsers, become | required to be filed, the mods and manner in which the say j questions as upon ethers equally important to of tae ITci- !;
Interested in loar. from said Ba+. corporate powers given under and by virtue of this act are tu be exercised all, that there has never, ia our judgment, I m, the North is determined and united. Her 1 1t ted States. 5eWl.::r Juke lost his electiaaI i

SEC. 10. Be'it any furtJjr fnacteJ, That a. branch of Eaid bank maybe ,| the mode and manner of electing trustees or directors, a been amongst us a limner so au fait in the !i t l.'cal elections, her public prints her L"2isla- I\i by being classed win the dhaaioaisti Ha a

established in each Judicial District: in the State, and agencies majority of whom shall be citizens of this! State, and the filling of .. art divine. Those desiring a living likeness 'II t live ins.ructions, do net permit doubt of it.- j| is, however, a business man and will ba. il"

at other points mJ the bills of branches shall l b3 made payauls at |' vacancies, the period for the commencement and termination of its need further than the A prominent politician here and there stands J; ed ia the Senate.: .
the place the same may be isned.zc. ': fiscal year, together with the arnour.t of cz1 petal to be employed in go no to gentleman t forth in l*rd! relief to" the universal feeling oJ: I The mistake ia this paragraph, as ia tan I,
the transaction of its Lu'if '!. whose nsne heads this brief article. bis people but his feeble} light like the other
20. Bf it {rrilrr Nt3clJ, That no stockholder of said Bank j ; tow. is LT alleging that Mr. Yulee's opposition .
' f.hall be allowed! "to borrow any money from said Bank upon his, j) SEC. 11. Be iI further enacted, Thai the charier thus filed,by the I era upoa our own fearful coast, serves but to :, to the compromise operated so as tj >
ttock, nor shall the be allowed to borrow any money thereof, unless; ; corporation, shall bo examined by the Attorney General, and if found Supreme Court. I disclose: the extent and character of the peril !
, lie gives personal security other than those who are i interested there-i to be in accordance with the requirements of this act, and not inconsistent As the: Justices of this high tribunal are not and gloom which threaten u?. One by one I cause defeat. Such i is not the fact fie
in as such stockholders. ![ with i the Constitution or Laws of this State, he shall certify universally known in the State, tie think itour these generous advocates w ill disappear, and in l i was not opposed on any such ground. ETa

SEC. 21. Be it further enacted, That should the Committee cp- i!j the panic to the Comptroller of the State, and the sail Cornptrol- duty to lay before the people all the knowledge less than ten years there will nut be fmmd' the gentlemen who were mainly instnsaestel

t: pointed under the ninth peclioa of this act, detect any fraud practiced j i per shall, thereupon, cause an examination to be made, either by we have both as to their personal and North Virginia"a a leading politician bold e in his defeat were willing, if necessary, to unite -
! by. the President, Ca'iiir' or other officer of the said Bank! the, i lams-elf, or by three disinterested personspecially appointed }by him nough to break a lance in the Southern causo. ; in a vote of approval of his oa
characters. coarse
! bali Cosiaiitiea biall? repjrt ths same to the Attorney General ; and | for that purpose, who shall certify, under oath, that an amount equal professional Free-soiiism i is now a rued fact with her I peo. j 1 the
the said President, Chahier, or other officer, shall .IJe liable to b

I iI f I indicted ia the Circuit Court of Lon County, and if convicted thereof j }be a stock company, has been paid ia and i is possessed by it in nioI la. The last Pcnsacola (>.aette, which has union of sentiment teach them to disregard or ;:| this effect would have received the cots of

- the said President, Cashier, or other. officer, shall b3 lined in a I ney, or in such stocks and bonds arid mortgages as are required by always been his active political opponent, I contemn our warnings feebly uttered through i| every democrat i iq the Legislature, and of

. Bum not less than one thousand dollars! or imprisoned not less than I the eighth section of this act; or, if a mutual company, bat it }has thus speaks of him- divided counsels. In union is our safety. 1m i several whigs. But Mr. Y. was defeated, u
fcir months, at the dscretion of the jury.Sec. I received and is in actual possession of the capital, premiums, or en- I union lei us prescribe the limit of our forbear-1- said ,
22. Bet!.furt-rcwrkd1'hatby way of bonus for granting joynu-nts of insurance, as the case may b-, to the full extent requir- It is with great pleasure! that we announce : ance and in union let u* preserve them. If the ; we on a former occasion, through per-

, this charter, the f-aiJ Bank rfiall pay jute the treasury of the State, !j ed }J\" the fifth section.of this! act; or, if it }b? a life and health iutI.I" tic election of our fellow-citizen, t j I uuth can be brought lo act firmly and uuitedly i j, sonal hostility-though, probably is bat

, on or before the twentieth (Lay of July i in each year, and while the Bank ranee company, to the full amount and invested in the sam manner Wnlk Anderson, Esq., as Chief Justice of I for but six month, our northern friends,, :;justice to say, a belief that South Floridalul

fchall continue Banking: business, an amount equal to forty cents on, |!i as required by the sixth section of thii act CopL'a of sach certificate the StutP. His habits of thought and research who count upon our disst"nsicnTiIl concede i; stronger claims for the Senator than aajc&.
, each share of the stock of the! Bank, which shall be in lieu and composition I shall l he filed in the office of the Secretary of State, whose duty his mild and patient temper, his profound the justice for which: we contend. And to Ibis 1 j er section influenced
, of all taxation by the State, Comity, City, or other authority it shall then be to furni!. i the corporation with a certified copy of legal learning: and his spirit of impartiality united action look as the sheet anchor of our the votes of SOCQ Weld ,

on the Capitol fetock or business of the Bank : Provided, That j the charter and certificates as aforesaid which, uj..jn being filed by combine to qualify him in an eminent safety. To attain it-we have every* incentive :I: hers on the final "ore.I .

real estate owned |h. the Bank shall Its tabject to pay taxes as if them in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of the County degree for the" high office to which he has which a protecting Providence ever iI j!

, held by iadiiidualn. in which their company i3 to bo located, shall b! their authority to been chy en. / placed in the hearts of a free people j Federal Eelaticcs.
[. SKC. 25. Bff it furtlicr enacted That the money received on account j commence business and issue jwlipi?*, and the same may b3 used in Associate Justice Semmes i3 a resident of -by the soil we tread-by ih& air we' We care not to repeat the reasons we gawj

of the bonus inentiom-d in the preceding section ball be, i evidence for or against said corjtoralion. ,Apalachicola The Commercial Adcerliser breathe-by a thousand lies with which they t E j in our last, fur the non-action of the Genaol

and! the same is hereby appropriated to the support of common schools, j. SEC. 12. Be it further enacted, That the corporator or the trustees of that city says- bind the ht"arl-by the glorious past-ihe Assembly on the subject of Federal Relatfoas.J .
and shall be annually distributed among the children of the State, or directors, as the case may h{.. of any company organized under critical present-and by our ability} carve out j Whatever be said the thi
subject to all the rules, regulations and rc'stricticmshich are now, I the provision of this act, shall have (power to make such by-laws, Judge Albert G. Semmes is a talented a brilliant l future,-we are called upon to unite ;i facts may contrary
or may hereafter be imposed upon the distribution of interest of I''not inconsistent with the Constitution or Laws of this State, as may lawyer, and occupies a high position in the J fur the preservation of our honor and our P o- j are precisely we then stated. There
the Common School Tund. "* j.1 blJ< deemed necessary for the government of i iis oflicers, and the con legal profession in this St:1ts a morist.1 litical rights. To effect the united action of j,, was no intention to stand still and do noliing. -

[Patel the Ho-m of RepreacntativM, January 7, 1851. Pa*'e-l the Sen. duct of its affairs. however, we are always rejoiced to hear of the South I doubt not, the action of the Convention ." Circumstances alone prevented M
ate, January 22, Ifeil.: Approve bv the Govcnwr, January 21, 1951.] SEC. 13. Be it further enacted, That it shall be the duly of the the promotion of dioso who }have the fear of will be directed. Its members have I|i expression of judgment" If it was sachi :
God before their eyesfor then we feel not assembled to discuss! our rights
nor to
President Vice President and as. 11 J
< Secretary of each i easy matter at the heel of the session to
company organized that the religious principles which always certain tu what client they bare been
under this inra-j
act, annually, on the first day of
CHAPTEB 313.- [No. 2.] I I 1 one month thereafter, to prepare, under oath, and January: in or the within office render them just will also make them ded. Upon these prints public otiiai >n at ibe'| back "upon the propositions of the Governors

A-\ ACT to provide fir tbc Inoorl'l'ntiof1 cf Insurance association I of the Comptroller of the St.1tp:1S well as in deposit thc office of the I I II diligent in the pursuit of that knowledge South is settle 1. .Men begin seriously to regard -j message* why did not the Governor* ,;
Clerk of the Circuit Court which is most useful to society. From the the moment for action as near at band fiends action in accordance- with hit.
r SECTION 1. lie it enacted by the Senate and House:of Representative I of the County in which such company proposj
of the Stale of Florida in General Assembly eonsened'I'hat I shall be located, and In each and every ofler County in which such studious habits and moral worth of Judge and to look the probable consequences of resistance -{ suggestions If the cavilers wHf but refer to

any number of person, not less than thirteen in number, may asso company shall have an agency, and shall "cause to be published Semmes, we look forward to gee him take a'*! to the political aggressions of which !|' the state of parties at the close of the sessioOr
stand the of we
, elate and form an incorporated company for either of the following i in at least one newspaper published} in such County, a statement exhibiting high among jurists our country complain steadily in tbe lace. They are 'I will
they that majoriTfin
communicating earnestly with each other in see there was a whig
In to Associate Justice
purposesU> wit: j the total amount of premiums received the total amount regard Thompson,
, 1st To make insurance upon vessels, freights, goods, wares, I of losses paid and ascertained, including expenses during the year; we deem it but an expression of the sentiments allqiarten. and betraying that solicitude for both Houses.

merchandise\ specie, bu1lioa,jewels, profits, commissions,bank-noteF, also the amount of debts owing by the Company the date of the of our entire community to say, that our political for welfare which evinces a preparation .
bills of exchange end other evidences of debt, bottomry and rep : statement, and the amount of claims which then exist against the there arc eminent in the a political convulsion. The means THE CYOXET."-We have had showata
epondentia interests, and to make all and every insurance apj ertainitig j Company for losses accrued, showing what _amount of such claims none more legal pro. which we may adopt, or which tbe convention us a of a rich and racy" !liw-!
copy rare
to or connected with marine risk and risks of transportation for losses i io payable oa dl."m:1nd-what amount thereof is considered I fession. He stood confessedly at the head of may possibly ,suggest to preserve our
. and navigation.2nd. fair or l legal; the payment of which ia not then matured accord the Florida bar. As the author' of" Thomp Constitutional rights, are secondary in impor sheet, bearing this expressive title publish**

To make insurance on dwellings, }houses, stores, and all ing to the contract, and what amount thereof is resisted on accountof son's Digest," ho has rendered a grateful service tance to the question of our united act on.- at Rochester, N. Y., and edited hy C. C.

kinds of buildingp, and upon household furniture, merchandise, and alleged fraud, or for which the company do not consider themselves to our people. He will adorn die Bench, With union we .can make many different Gifford, A. W. Bostwick and 11;. H. Moor
available without it
; other property, against loss or damage by fire, and the risks of in- legally liable : also a statement of r the securities representing and be and useful means a can none prove effec -a combination of talent which we are **"
bright tual. The North
a his does
auxiliary to not believe u* to be in
the and all funds
land navigation aud transportation.3d. capital stock the company, anJ also whether sured who knows comnjaaorespect
To make insurance upon the health or lives of individual, any of the securities held or owned by such company are consider associates. Howevervo may have desired earnest, and the warning, and appeals of our by one must

and every insurance appertaining thereto, or connected with healthor ed bad or doubtful, and if so specifyhg! the amount of such securities the selection of others, justice to the talents leaders in the National Councils fall upon ears confidence,and last, though not=

life rUks, and to grant, purchase or dispose of annuities. and the gross amount of outstanding risks thereon, and A lift of and high character of Judge T. compels us skeptical sition. This to every whi*|>er of successful oppo $ucess.HThe Cygnet,"(SJgrufYlDga.f

SEC. 2. Be ii further enacted. That any company organized un the stockholders, If a stock company, together with the amoantof to say that the State could not have selected not only by the skepticism is somewhat justified, U devoted to Temperance. May its aba o
der this act shall hare power to make insurance of any risks taken their respective shares; and if upon due examination it shall appearto writings and conversations ot never grow less.
by them respectively, and may make insurance upon any or all the Comptroller, that the losses and expenses of any stock com one more eminently fitted, in every way, to Ihe many northern abolitionists and free-soil-

of.the risks mentioned in the first or second subdivisions of the first pany during the year have exceeded the premiums, and in conse- administer law and justice Jo her people. era domiciled amongst us, but by the extraordinary Rantoul, democrat, has been elected I Senator

aee on. Hut no company making insurance on the health or Ih'esor quence thereof the capital of such company has become deficient, spectacle occasionally exhibited of ; from Massachusetts for the term ond
individuals, shall be permitted to take any other kind of risk, nor or from any other cause has become impaired to the extent of twen- Tuesday last was the day agreed upon, for tome leading Southern man's advocacy of the

W111ho business of life insurance and of health insurance bi In t;'.fi\"l' per cent., it shall be the duty of tho said Comptroller to di- the election ofJ5enator from New York. doctrine which: elicit, and_entitles him to the 4th March next.i



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2?, 1651.nf revisfd estimated, still the prospects of Atueri. cal aid. Hut I doubt much whether the Tar Valuable Lands at Private Sale. 1: STI2ISON & CD'S. For Charlcatca, 8.to.CFLTUT -arriTC in eijrhr_ ._=

Cotton-Stock" Great Britain.Ktr can Cotton, although somewhat influenced l hey iffwill be touched at this session. T OT Na 5 of the Km'Ji-xrcstTjnartcr of; section one Ntw York, New Orleans* and Mobile Express, rTMIE or tcn Schconmer day*-will return to the above

rrP from Liverpool fjrniih it, are not altogether dependent upon I jr.: nno obtained. Partiw d*

'fiie accounts Trade for are not such as to justify the reduction of pre. pr.'ject[ to-day, for throwing away twenty mill 10 Acres. *>-/ sible Expresses the principal Towns in sirous of shlpiiin? to Charleston, will plwue apply to
s'atenient of ibe Conor. known as th Meginni Lot. Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Ma ichtt* tt*,
il* anj"ar I in ( reat !Bitain.: On the whole, tent rates at least, and planters should not, in ion of acres, by way equalizing former gra Lots Xos.75.80, 81, 86,of section 25,each Rhode Island, Connecticut, Lower Cunada. Nw York BRODIE i MsNAUGUT PETTES. St.Marks,t ORMOND.or Newport. .

'iS T-'u' not only lie maintain.e our opinion, 011 the strength' of the recent ad. Unties to the new States, but what ii remark containing 22 State, Delaware, PennsylTania. Marylantl. District of Jnnuarj-13, 165L 2 tf

e they jusiIv hotacItanC' vices, submit to any material reduction. able it did not go. It was laid aside for the Lots Xos. S3, 34, 35, SR. in the est halt Columbia;Indiana, Ohi< Illiuois. the Western States _
* in this
01 ftltf present prices country, the The Import of American Cotton into Treat jresent. smitli-cast quarttrvf section 26, each generally, the MissL'Hppi and Alabama Hirer Towns $loo Reward.
in Th- import into and the Carolinas.
containing 1Qmore' and the places in Georgia
Britain during; the)ear just closed, was 1,181- The next bill taken up, was a bill to bu> A5AVTA Y on the 17thJalyhast.myne'Dti'
r. 7KirHorn of all descriptions of Cotlon., or lets, all in township one, Our facilities are so extensive and perfect, that we CA. R
bea! against' 9nG 00 000 Inles: ; her Consumption and Export, 1,. more land to give away. It was a bill to provide range one, north and xre t, cnn sicure the safe sal speedy Trantforfation of ) man COO PER,about 23 years old 5 feet,3inchcs 3

has tW en I,71900 decrease i of 157.000(' ) bales.J'Peon J30.000() bales ; or 54,000) biles more than the for the purchase of the Sioux Indian r. The south-west quarter of section 23, containing Freight, Trunks, Pacliagt, and Valuabl' Fnrctf. hikh, of black complexion, baa very small
rinus year, a fmm end of the the other and between eyes, fpeaks slowlv, and has a rear on the upper part
Import. Her Stock, though 73,000 bales served land* in Minesota, at sixty-nine cents 159k one country to ,
"nrti"n bus: been 1,514,000 bales, The west half northwc section the of one of his ears, cubing U lo terminate in sumctlusgof -
most remote
; of this year's was received than in in acre. The argument in favor of it was, quarter
de. more crop a point. I will the above reward fur his delivery
.Wo,0t)0) lie prcyjiw >ear, n 30, townhp! one, one,north and From our many years'cxperience in the EXPRESS pay
"gainP.t 1. 6OO) bales. The export* ate IS 19, is, nevertheless, diminished l by 40,000 hat the lands were valuable and would be east, containing SO bucincss, while connected w ith Mcssr. Adam. it Co, to me in Mobile if takrn out of the State,or
of hul halep. Thc stocks of Cotton: too at all the taken Mr. Hunter objected to the fifty dollars for hw committal .to any jail from which
4.rfasC 2.OtO the previous coon tip. Lot No. 3, fraca.nial section 8, township aid our numerous advantages in other respects, (not
lales aiifl't of (' bales. Takssunn'.ion i Ports in the vrorld. are coisideral) !y less thin price and policy of the purchase. Mr. Cas two, range one, north anti west, cootainirg the least >f which U the confidence and patrorzge of I can get him. An ndiutional 25"will be paid wlut for
IfM'OO barbered
conviction of his
cr5t. 'Wr T an excels clher the they were last jear." Our crop this year. ,said il was first rate land and the price low i"ir 123J the New York community,) we feel a'.sure l that we proof to being by any
. and to
cxpoits Lot No. 1, fractional section towmhip shall never cease to give the most entire satisfaction to person.
she So3-51 in ail probability, will nut exceed could not to get lands as cheap L. T. TVOODRUFTTJWnle.
i is bu 59.flfl se expect
Lit t\vceu the tv.orars three, range one, m-nh and west, containing our friends the Jewellers, Bankers, and Merchants
rflCC T"-s: result .is iiis'j'y- favorable to i 2.150,090) bales, and every bale ofthis will b* :is formerly, the Indians better knowing iheii 7tJ generally. January 25. 1S51. 3 4t

Cl\ronv Vh. Cotton, and is an cifrctual an- conMirneJ, and more will bo wanted. The %'aue. Mr" Clemens remarked that the land Cast half wiuili-ea&t quarter, section 17, We beg 1-jnre to call attention to our California Erpres Fresh Arrival

it! and] tinfaunded stocks in France and on the Continent, are if purchased, would be given away and wo ild township three, range one, north and from New Orkaas, and our Express between
( 80
tl.11W Davis asked cast containing New Orlearc* and Mobile.0i1ice'St.
1er 1. These market will tequ're S. 0 000 lie no use to us. 11 r. Jefferson
'ueitIs of many on rjtlier *>idf of tba At. situ! Lots No\ 10, lv. and 20, b the South half ticCuaty Cliarlos Hotel Building, N ( hales the consumption of this country will what we were lo do with the Indians, why
advance in ; and I WsJl street New Yor!'.
r" considerable pricesIu quarter. *
bbls. do
'.la! HIIV ( n BBLS. superfine Flour, 17 half flu
>jn mat.riaty'! reduce the r i
( us"totfce! maiiufjcturinc inlerests.f'e where will Great iititain, obtain a supply as a tnor.il; and industrious and partial February 8, 1331. 5 2t bb'<. OtiM <. 5 cask" Clear Sue B-ioon. 4 bbl*. Mess

d3ct; tri> Iia been cMabtt! >!n' li'jxvpvt-r Bank of the State of
Ut-5. nveru-in foi Could the l-aler* and Cotton growers in thicountry into baibarism ? Mr. Hunter moved to r PIIE indersisned hereby give notice that their re- ?!ien Buttt-r. 2t bags prime Rio Coffee, 1'> keg Lr I
. aduuice.i lan a prices, iMIE un'ljxn f>r the transaction of Larl 4 bbU Z boJCs Lemons, Dried Cur-
' ?? withhold for thiee months! lay the bill on the t table, audit was carried; by Orange,
.v'ur :>i) ''v'r cen'' OVvr th"e itt l5-i supplies JL meat of Otinnii '.ionfrs under the 4th wet ion i f official basine s, from 9 to 2 o'clock, every day, Sunday raeiIs, Aluunls, Cranberries, Dried Hirring.ilackere!.
the past This is the first
: :i'*!i oi treat IJritain hs fillen off and thus compel her to prove her s'orks by a decided majority. tiiumph the act of the General; A'#cmblr of tin State entitled 's exempted. NOH.1 and tf.in barrels, quarter barrels,and kitts Candies

,the ronsuii| ni and the manufacturing! inter'n woikiti I ihem up, we cannot doubt that! the ol flhe ant j.latl t-poliation p'dicy. An act to incorporate a liink in the City of Tallahjis"HH' The neecs-ity nnd propriety of regular and specified and Soap. Id Store and for sale at a 1-anruin br
Itit g ver, C{ <> sulvscriplion hours <>f bu'ines' in public offices, are recognized bylaw
The price of Cotton would advance much beyond approved 21th January. iszl.; tO recewe J. C. DAVIS.
were ne\er ri')re prosperous.dance of past the prebent rales. Planters should not 1i1 h 1y *. ROME COURIKK."-We have received a to the Capital Stock of the State Bank of and usage, and are too obvious to require explan January 25. 1851. 2 [SentineL

} 'nrv ofCotioti fbous an price Jofd. with this title edited by our old friend, Florida," hereby give notice that siib-.cripticns in writing ation.
of ,
have dictating
has never unterialiy ffiVcled ccnvaiapin yield the power they m.w paper for constituting the Capital Stock of said B.nk C. W. DOWNING, Secretary Slate. V lu Plantation for Sale. ,
!Uir terms. Therii is every thing to show JOSHUA KNOULCS, formeily of the Sentinel.We .- will IKS rccfircd by them at the office of Henry I* JOHN BEARD, Cmnpfrolbr.W. hF.
PLANTATION whereon the Lit/ Joshua H.
' "nietin into any consideration ofths ftp.IITA that there will be a consumption: this > ear extend to Brother K. the right hand rl Rutgers, on the firt lay of March next The saM ..S.R.WALKER.hAYWARD 7w.Treasurer.T PuUie Landi.R. T Bvrd fonnerly resided, in Leon County, near

/ m'cts (}Cotton, he stock on hind \i' equal to th entire crop, even though it a- welcome back into the editorial fuaterritThe )'.- MilirriptHiiMto the be accompanied aneuunt wi'li iMr twenty rifver.]>er rrntif The. S. hAYWARD, fierk Sup. Court.Februarv Ijil-e Erie, containing 4t 0 acre, of which some 200
nvjunt hi 2.00.000 bales, and that there Nno i pectue m R are cleared, and under cultivation. On the premLiosi
tn mi[ '.rant! clement, anJ we regret lo eayhw lower than the ** Courier" is published' at Rome, Gi.: i.oo"s! if suWrip>tii.n to be lept oj>oii for the space of 1,1851. 4 i fe a comfurtab'e frame Dwelling Hou e. with the ncewary *-
sufficient 1 ir
faith in the of thfrfccnt cause prices nul if that time titan the whole
nn accar.iry sixty days at m' rc
thLt W' : rt of the Mork on linnd in (;reatJJnia.n presen'. Trade both abroad, and .it homo, i iin is at $2 per annum. In politics it is, <>f emus, i amount of the stock !, found to be sub-cribnd. the entire In the Circuit Court of the State of Florida out houses, Aa This the Plantation pmwesw
rep > for the Southern Circuit in and for Monroe many advantages as it adjoins pincy wood,wher.
; : on the 1st of January Ust. On j tberfr.ir.i'V. a !hi .hly provpernus condition, ford is ciep.! Whig-on the Southern question submis.sive. ., stock will b diri.lod pm<>ng the bubscribers in County. the range w vt-tv K(' K! fur cattle aj.d hog 'ihi Newport

: \ve cannot but believe that it has and money is abundant.) The, gold of California ." proportion to their ub-
.ii over-Mated and that, for cannot l b? without its influence on prices JAMES. KIKKSKY.JXO. William E. Williams, 1 (oo yard of the dwelling, and I think will go on tho
; : W. AUOYLE.
bti : in favor ol line, or through the whole length of the Plantation
The overwhelmingly ;
i ? and unless some political disturbance intervene. people are t. > Dirorcc.
ihr n'irpos? oi'uuiavorably ntlottcing; pticesla DAVID C. WILSON. Commissionfrs.Groceries. Ann Williams. and wh#'n this Road i* completed, which is under con
ih 'i.iry.' : It unit the tii't time tbatticii all circumstances concur in promising secession, &e.Sczdinel.Our JAMES T. ARCHER.ROUT. JIT tract, to be dune by the lt of January, 1352.no

li'ts been playd.; On the 1st of I' a prosperous year to the Cotton growing intereit. neighbor has a poor memory-wo advise \V. WILLIAMS" appearing by affidavit to the 8atL.f. ction of this Plantation on the whole line of the Ko-.ul will surpass
a Court that the Defendant Ann William
HY.LRUTOERS *, resides
it for rnnvcnicnre. ti It nowoff..rerl for 'le\ nt
c. H n
Inin l-"i a profoscd recount of stock him to refresh it. Tallahassee. Feb. 8, 1S51. 5 [Sentinel. out of this State and in the State of New York, on d&
bargain. Pr.'on'> urnu4 of purchasing will)! plcnsi
;: ; bA4 to the previous ettiniates. motion cf S. R. Solicitor for the
dfd 70.0UO Mallory, Complainant
call on J- eIli Chain, Esq who will shoTV them tho
Georgian. To the Florida Gem of Beauty's Sister.I .
cf a clirap lemrdy for shot .
This dsscoiviy bin L For t'nnAr.. apply to me at my residency
ue.irs aatc January 1, 1350, and the The Georgian of the 3i announces the sang of a fiovn r that attracted ny <') ,. roceired per Sc'iooner Fettcs from New Or- / ia OrJ'Tcd, That the Defendant do appear aid Fort Stracsburv, Fix
,ctiIs ucct s* of il'f' fifbl ejperiment* has, doubtless.p'limn name of oar his associate, R. U. HILTON, Hut thoug'il' Jior.e the Its of lice one growing nigli ", ISftO Ibs." Clarified; Sugar" answer l>ef jre the, plead first, or Monday demur of to J Complainant's une next, otherwise Bill on the or BENJAMIN BYRD.

.eu Crhed Sii ar cured Hams (new,) tame will lw taken pro c<> ft.iso: J'rovidi'il Publication January IS. 1551. 2 tf .

the ft.nr/t: '.eF eiocks at the clo >e of the year of that Cut? ihaught none tl.e lees of a gem such as tliine 125. Pecans, of this Order lie first made "in some newspaperin JUST received by several late ar.iral from .N.sv

have imvuys: been made up fiotn the regular .is future publishers paper.- I sang of the laud where the jes'pmine prows, Tt'Q'J1' Rico-:, this State for the term of three months. artil for sale by .C. C. BYRD & Co.

vprkly market reports, and their accuracy We publit.ii .Mr. II's. opening address as follows Contrasting so sweetl,* with the land of the snows 2 do/ Beef Tong'ies. For sale cheap by January 2th651. 20 patterns (Ladies Dress) Bareges.
JOS. R LANCASTER, 5 da do do Polka, do.
I of the fmwer lent the air Februarys, 1351. 5 A. E. HOC.
before been qwolioned ; pr1abh'1)C1U'e : spoke dagrat.ce a .
has i.'ver Judge Southern Circuit, State of Florida. With a variety of other goods for dress.

) (he anticipation ofa t-liort t.ipply bail *. \Vhrtliverora personal nature the under- But thought tiolce the tess ofthc humming bird there! HpREMiUM COTTON GINs7ET. February 1,1851. 4 Sm -ALSO-

before been tuflicieutly viid to arouse ,1thie editors The its the dews lent 10 A No 2 Plough. 40ANoldcv
never feigned has to bay in becoming one toe op'd petals, perfume TAVfjtlR & CO.. Proprietors of IheCo-
Notice. 100 A No 1 and 2 Plough Points
the mvcn'ive! faculty of'the Uritis.! manufjiclurer and proprietors of the Georgian, shall be The bird dcck'd i in beautrflash'dgoM from itjplumes Cotton Gin Manufactory, have the safi ALSO ,

*.. But the appichension; of an in ufiiciesitlupply stid in a very few words. As tejiards party The gem sparkled brightly, the bird sang as sweet, i laction toannounce to their patrons aud the Planters k QIX) months of the estate afer date of Walter, the undersigned R.Blackburn, Administrator ,will 5 kAs S-rorcme-Goshen B'.ttw.- -

for ihe Jasl two jeaie( lias been bo urffiii j.olilics and the political quest ions which have The muse puzzled sorely w Inch h'rtt she should greet : generally, throughout I the Cotton growing nuiabei resion.tbat his final account and rouchtrs to the Judge of Pro present 10 ** Chpfse. *

anJ the: interests involved &o great, that demanded his attention since he entered upon For both full of beauty attract mortal ryes, of their celebrated they ate PHEMIC.M prepared to Gi.ts.supply any bate of Jefferson County, and ask for a discharge from 5 bag; Lacuira CofTec! ,

the od! establibhed; and hither unimpeachedTnodc life, his action has been with the Democratic And both from the muses might win golden prize ; Where these Gins have ben once used, it woa'd said estate. 10 10 barrels- Extra Mercer Potato Floor,

ofesiirnatin stock isruddenly found not parly ; beliexing iis: principles to be in accordance Hut poets lack the powci to sing angtl's praise, be desmcd unnecessary for tS.e Man-ifactuierstosay ELIAS LASTING ER. 12 bags No 5, 6 and Family 7 Bird Shot, -

to answer the purpose ; i is thrust aside, and a with the State Rights doctiines of the And feeble thus appear the poet presei.t las. a word in their favor, as they feel confident the machines February 1. isi.: 4 6m 2 i drums Fresh Figs,

method subsiitutwl; by \\hicli any antinpnledfliininuit'iti fathers and founders ol the Republican faith.As UNCLE SOLON." their have b 'en brought t"will uch recommend perfection them, that, New York Agricultural Warehouse, 2 barrels superior dried Apr Ii.

ci Mijiply is conip'*nhated by an exffferifd regards the more impottant questions in prefere.ce s'lperiir toallolherGm performance in u-e. For the 189 and 191 WATER STREET.A. January 13. IS..l, 2 tf .-I-

( : fs'ima of the quanuiy on hand.At which have been before the public mind during QUINcY, February 3, 1S31. satisfaction ot tho-p who litve not used the Gir.-s. B. ALLEN dt CO. Notice;

it. close of 1S49. so cuiliJent was the the last he is and has been entiie.ly and are unacquainted with their reputation the Proprietrr -
year The death of esteemed brother Charles most extensive assortment of Plows HE undersigned ,
our HAVE having mace nme new arrange-
IPel! that ths general estimate U the stork 1 identified in and with the ned only say, that the FIRST all kinds of Agricultural and Horticultural T .
feeling purposes, M. Jones, who died on tiie 13h: day of January have been awarded to them for the BEST GL\ exbibitcdaf ment in his business, request* al! pf rTi inJeht -
vouid show a are reduction, that it productcd Southern Rights Parly at, centra-distinguish- Implements and Machinery. Also, all kinds of Field d to call and selll* up. In future le will keep
Iti-'j] announced lo t the the rcaI State Fir held at A:lanta.Geor-
alemiency of prices to a rapid advance andbtUtflt bt'ing formally and Garden Seeds, and Fertilisers, such as Guano, no books, but sell! hi* goods exclusivery for cash or
ed fiom the Union During) the late also the Alabama and (;e'rgia Agricultuial
P.uty. Cin at
brothers P. W. ;
Division the \V. I P.
the appointed: Hone Dust, Poudrette, Plaster. tc.gT iirndace, and by 'o doing he will be able lo sell at
ft : maikei, \\Len. lo to amaze content between the two in this State, all hUsytnpithies 1'. J. P. May, P. W. P. Alex. Riles! and \V.II. and Mechanic's Fair, held at Carolina Columbus ; and at Hit- ; Orders from Merchants and Planters, will be the lowest living prices, which he promise te do,
the inide in annual Fair of the South Institute at
mrut (-f every( oaie, discovery was wer3 with the former-ardently McMillan Committee lo draft Resolutions punctually attended to. ar d requests his old ctNtomers and other* vrishirjto
ns a Gins
Chail ton. The Cotton ginned on thene re-
li<'rrnool that there was the small item of ; hoping, without expecting, its fctirceps, and expressive of the feelings of the Division rived the first Premiums at the exhibition held in January 25,1851. 3 buy low, lo give him a calL He has f.n hand a good
100,000 hales! snugly Mowed and of .Soitn.ent r.f Slme. Hats. Cap*. Bltnket, Cotton
away def--at. U where
its Fair
Sonlh Carolina
deeply regretting 'comiug associated ihe event. Charleston, ai every The American Agriculturalist
on melincholy and Woollen Goods, i.c., kc., for iamily! and plaota
whose exigence the whole mercantile world
with that party as one of its public \Vhereupon I Ihe following Preamble and sample** of Cotton from them have been exhibited. D' NASH, P. M, Tallahassee, will receive subscriptions lion ues. .

was ofoundiy ignorant. Accordingly, lh<* advocates, he will sustain its cause With all Resolutions were onanimouily adopted: : The Proprietors have in their poises-ion numerous for this valuable paper-$1 a year- January, .S51. Si AMOS RICHARDSON.
certificates from Planter, Cotton Brokers, Com-
itock amplified from 409,000 to 559,000 bound volumes each booni Old
was 1 25 ,
the and that na'ure education very
ability or
I energy WHEREAS, It has pleased Almighty God to m'uMo.i Merchants, and Manufacturers of Cotton '
l.alfs, and prices immediately declined on both has git en him ; and \\iih all the zal that can from death our esteemed brother Givtls, teslihini that the performance oi the Gins, subscribers can pay Dr. Nah.SOLO'N Fanning Implements
uJeof from honest and the sample* produce by cannot escelltd -
*pri :g an deep-seated, abiding Charles M. Jones, who was afflicted January :5, 1S51. 3 .L'ct BuDtongnes,Axe, Hoe, Spades. Rakei, Fortu;
termiaalcd with serious Gins ever
year just appre. well assured of its wisdom and any
and conviction
ifn-iong of fhort from this many months wilh pulmonary organic disease All orders for Gins, given, either to our travellingor Fancy Goods. Cornshellers,Strawcutters.Uandmills, Burr Millstones,
a supply country, patriotism. He will do this, however, not which he bore t jib Religious resignation and local Agents, or forwSrded to the Proprietors by Waggoner's Jackscrews; Trace, Log. Fifth and Breast

cod prices advancing, the estimated sock, as as the enemy, but as the friend of the UNION, Christian fortitude and in his dt'aththe Division mail, will always! receive prompt attention. Gin> IN STORE AND FOR SALE, Chains; Wheelbarrows, f--' 'heel?, Wellpullies, tc;

tieducitile from the weekly reports, is found under the belief that the Union can only be has lost ;of brightest ornaments will be sent to any part of the country, and war 6 PIECES rich solij and figuered changeable Silk Just received, and for sale bMeNAUGIIT
not to answer the purpose of the manufacturers. what the South ranted lo give satisfaction. Lustres, for ladies' dre se'' ; i ORMONTA
Aioihvr little item of 00,000) bales is maintained by maintaining to most faithful supporters ; one whose memory JOS. L. DUTTON. Afetrt., 8 patterns rich embroidered De Lames, all wool, Newport, Dec. 28. 1350. 51 tL_

*1 is infinitely more value-namely, flee rigid will ever be endeared to us by the recollection Columbus, Ga., February S, 1S51. 5 tv 5 dozen Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs, assorted,
disclosed, ol whose existence before, no one growing out of her interest in African Slatcry.He of his many virtues as a Christian, a good 72 pieces rich colored Ribbons, assorted.To Leon Female Academy.

l\ii\ a suspicion. 'fhe stock, by (his rematk- aw.iiis further evidence that those rights CitizPn and Son of De it Notice. which the attention of the Ladies is respectfully npHE Trustees of the Leon Female Academy taki
lie is raised from 400,000taks a Temperance : invited J. C. DAVIS. this method of informing the that
diicoxery, again by public they
can n( t be preserved under the existing conftuleracy h fore QtX months after date. I shall make application to
I ere 5, 1S51. 3 [SentineL have opened the above Institution, under the
5 and check.d superintendence -
to 2.000
prices are
again before consenting to become the advocate I..) tile Honorable Jud, e of Probate in and for the
Resolved, That in the loss of bro. Charles of TV. P. CCSMXGH, of South Carolina,
* tnd the market depressed. Now we ap. County of JeflVrton, f. r U-fters? of dirnision and
outs dissolution. When that evidence la Store, for Sale Cheap, which Institution will afford all the cf
the of : I. Jones, we are deprived of a member di clia'rze as Executrix of the last will and testament advantages is
real to common sense ex cry intelligent is git en, and the conviction shall be forced whose unspotted example we should all strive ol James M. Hart, Lie of sajd County, dec'd. LARGE lot. well assorted; Dry Goods, including thorough and refined education. We hope to place it
merchant and planter, if any fdith! is to be A on such a footing a* to obviate the necesMtv of send
Blanket Prints
upon him that the only alternatives for the emulate and his ANN HART. Blankets, Coats. Ginghams, Negro
to deeply
placed in these statements. Can il be believ.d Souih are emancipation and disunion, he willfl.t from ; regretting will cherish depar- Jfflerson County, February S, 1S51. 5 rtrn KerseysOnabunrs, fancy CassimersTweeds, Cas- ing our children from home to acquire knpwledga.
tlat thee existed at the close of 1649, in uie amongst us, we ever sinetts, Boots, Shoes. Hats, Books, Paper, Ac. Call in Terms per Sew/ort of Fire Months.
hesitate which choose. A Southerner
the Liverpool niaihet, 100,000) bales, over to .ove. Purity, and Fideli'y, the remembrance Wanted Immediately, and get a bargain,if you with to save a few dimes. The First Class, in which will be taught all the higher
birth, residence and interest, the cause of
wie.fiuh of the supposed entire stock on hand, j by of his associations with ns. WASHER and Ironer for the balance of the J. C. DAVIS. branches of an English Education, aloo Latin and

tn amount calculated to have such an important the South \\ ill ever be with him paramount Resolved. Tint we cordially tender our symlathies L year. JL L. DEMILLY. ;25,1S51.. 3 [Sentinel. Greek if de ired. |25 00

bearui the market and at.d to ll others. to the bereaved parents of the deceased Ft-b'ruary 1, 1851. 4-'JwHEHl Groceries Second Ciass-Spell'n", Reading, Gerrgraphy.
oa on prices, n yi
Arithmetic Emrliall
Grammar Natural History
'. 0. HILTON.We
brother, whose loss sincrely
til knouled or suspicion of it to have eg.cspfd reparable we Itoot ;intt SIlC' : BBL3. extra superfine Flour Composition, Ancient and Modern history <.
recommend the
the xigiSancc cf importers and dealt-JN cordhlly Georgian to lament. A t RUST are uow opening a large assort 20 100 biu-heb White Corn, -. Recitations. JQ |jjj

ted still moie ofihe whole body of shrewd the people of this section of Florida as a paper Rfsolved, That the Division will wear the of Agents Calf pegged and sewed Riots; also 50 heavy seed Oats, Third Cla*.+ Sptllirig.! Reading.Writing.Arithmetic -

and watchful speculators, who operated in thai from whoso columns can at all times be usual Uad; e of mourning for thirty days. Congress Patent Leather and! Cl'.ih half Eoot.; Calf 10 barrels Hess Turk, Geography, History, English Grammar -

t Resolved, That a of the above Pre sewed r.nd pegged Imgan?, Seal an.l Patent Leather 3 casks Sides, is 00
ur.ftle: j ear to the heavy amount of f 670,1)0(1) 1] ;gleaned; the latest news, as the Savannah papers amble and Resolutions copy be forts arded the Slipper; aW>.a p oJ ortrnent of Ladies Gaiters, 2 tierces S. C. Ham.', Fourth C7 bales? Again, afer: so severe a lessen, is ii to .
two advance of those Slippsr-s Ba'kins, Ties IJ.K>ts, and Shots; also a good 2 Lbls. Leaf Lard Music 20 00
conceivable that an error ofa similar charactf .. are always laysin bereaved parents of the deceased brother, and assortmintoC boys, niises, and children Shoes. 6 Green Apples French, .10 00

to the amount ol 60,000 baks in the stocl from any other quarter. hat copies of the same br sent to the Tallabentmel February 1, 1-5L_4_tf_ 20 plantinsr Potato i BY THE TRUSTEES.
hassee and the Floridian & Journal -- 1 Pecan Xuts. January 11, 1851. 1 tf
Ifcol. should! be allowed to creep in undetec'.ed Last Notice !
by the Fame class, nerved to redoubled CO" The communication from Rev. P. P. for publication. .' 10 bbls. Rpctiried, Whiskey, Groceries &c.
15 ,
The underpinned havmj: informed all
xi i'.ance' b) the sharp experience of the pas% S. is unavoidably crowded out JAMES T. POWERS, R. S. WHEREAS indebted to him, through the public Lai3ing from Schooner Tallahassee,and for sale! brHcNAUGHT received at the new Store

End the magnitude of the interests they had at prints of this city for one month f-a-t, which in hfs i OPJIOND. JUST.casks Cog.Brandy, 1 box imperial Tea

stake, for during this very year speculators had By Telegraph. HARRIED. judgment Is Fuffioicnt time for them to become ac- Newport, .January, 1851. 3 5 bbls RectU Whiskey, 21 bbls. Cranberries,
On the 5tl instant! in St. John's Church Tallaliaswe with the fact that he is de-iron of 1 13 boxes
operated to the extent of 700,000 bales. Is Tl.c Steajr.fcliip Canada has arrived withseven quriintod leaving For Salfe to arrive Schooner Flirt Monong. Ratins
i'.not fair conclude that these by tLe Her. F. IL Ruilo'ljc, D. Dn) CUARLESV. the country, md wants bi mon -r, l.e therefore puth per 5 bags Rio Coffee, 30 Go>hea Chee-A.
to movt opportune DOWNIXO H-q. Secretary of State of the
discoveries have been mere tr.cks ot the State IVLJ 10 tierces and 5 burrtls Rice.
Her ad\ices to the ISth The on return iLiyi> to the Spring Term of the Clr- 1 barrel Molasses, 5 bbls. Dried Apples
trade, by v.aich the pressure consequent upon are January. Florida, to Mw FANNY 3IUIIDAUGII, of Port.- ; cult Court will be pat in suit, Irre41'ectiVelif ]l'rrs. 3 qr.casks Pale and Brown Sherry Wine, 1 Syrup, 5 4' Peaches; .

a short supply might be alleviated,and (he ne- L'uerjiool cotton market has declined an mouth, Virginia. S. IBtTRNEY.. fii- ** ** U U ** 4 ibh.MaokerelNal, 5 kegs Leaf Lard,

1. 1851. 4Cottori [Sentinel. 1 bale heavy striped Domestics, 4 boxes QLiret, 2 I> rrl'J
Cfssiiieii <4'i the consumer covered wish a ypeciousieii eightlt to a quarter ofa jictiny since the sailing February a Manner ** Uaadlfl*.
1 4 Cider, 1 bbl Prime Pork
Store to let. ,
The effect of such development of the last Bteamer. Sales of the week Seed. The Litter goods are manufactured in South Carolina 6 Va. Tobacco, 6 kegs Buckwheat Thw'

is nrcessarily sud-'cn: as well as injurious, and amounted to 22,000 bales. fg'XlIE Store al jiro rnt occupied br mo i is to rent.- NCIA BUSHELS of \ ;cl-s 1C 0 Cotton Seed, said by negro labor, and are sent as samples. We call 6 com. 3 tierces S. cured HamA*.

under the iiflurice of the panic so produced, J2_ Possession jjivtn on the first
the agents of the manufacturers seize 'he She reports Laving heard or seen nothing E. HOC. 500 bu hels of Sugar Loa" A ORJIOXD. Sbda Biscuit; d-t,
opportutii'y February 8, IS51.! 5 t Seed from Dr. ewportJannary 25, 1851. 8 All of which are now in store,
to supply their wants. We do not, of the Atlantic. The above were imported PMlips and for sal, ai &
small advance for cash. The dtize-
therefore, believe that there was any such Kaufman, member of Congress from Texas, Seed Oats. BERRY i ROWLES Auctioneers, Ac. Selling out at Cost. are respectfully invited tc give of nw tbk t>phee r H. arcs'vicinity

Hock of Cotton in Great Ittitain on the 1st of ditl Washington on the l&t inst of disease TEST rewired per Wm. It Pctt from New Orleans February 1, 1851. 4 2t Til C subscriber, wishing to leare for California, J. c DAVIS.'

January, ai 522,000 bales ; and] deducting iJ 2o
those etran ly dincovered quantities of 100,000 ( the heart. 8, 1S51. 5 BERRY ROWLES.. SEclLrrALT OF STATL'S OFFICE, ) consisting of Bagging Osuaburgs, loaders, Calicoes, New _

The Cipt. of the sliip Tarquin reports having Talhiueas.ee, January 27th, 1851.: ) Brown Sliirting and Sheeting, Checks, Shoes, Boots, Goods.
andGO.OUO bales, in v hose existence we have A. E. MAXWELL. M. p. PAI' rn>jK.las for dtlirerhu* the Acts and Nails, Crockery,tc,at cost milE Su cribers have just l

Hot the a1iht'st! confidence, the actual stock wcn a largo American btcamer, without MAXWELL & PAP, SEALED* of the 5th General Assembly to the ALSO, Groceries and Provisions, consisting of extra Barpte P.G.ambc.. it.ln-e rmuT addition per to Packet their

ould be but 300.000) bales. The declaration bovv-i-piit, under tail steeling for the Western ATTORNEYS AND] COUNSELLORS AT LAW fic-rcral Judges of Probate and Clerks of the Circuit and superfine Flour, in barrels and half barrels. Stock of Goods, consistonjr unvart of tite 53owii

of s-jch a stock would have caused pi ices in Wands. It is probable she is the Atlantic as Courts of this StaU', for di-tnbution, will be rcceirtd Leaf Lard, No. 1 Soap. 5 bbls. N. O. Sugar, tides, viz. r ar

tli* country, on legitimate grounds to advance the has no bo\\-sprit TALLAHASSEE, I'LOHIDA. at tliw Office unt.l 12 o'clock, M, on Monday the 10th 2 boxes Star Candles, Rio Coffee, Sugars-brown, yel 'w, crnshctl gmnuhtad Imt
February 1f1.: 5 dav of March next SttMictorr bond to lie piren.f. Rectified Whiskey, Rum, Gin, Brandy, Cheese, Coffee- ,Lagny ra,
biG cents, and etn higLer.! (;ezt. diaries James has been elected U. } R. Prt'jKwal* mu>t be for ut least one half of the At a small profit fur cash Cbocokte-Cocoa t Broma,

It may be thought illiberal to make such imputations S. Senator from Rhode Island. Cen. J. is a Bronchitis and Consumption. State, either East or West, ttartin from Tallahassee. ALFRED E. HOC. Teas-black und n ,

but it is not the first time that the democrat, well known lot his attachment to C. W. DOWNING January 25. 1851. SH. Bread-Pilot ann Navr,

producing interests of this country have been the principles of free trade. His election is C'ONTENTS I : What H Con=umpti.n t Do. Uron- Secretary State. Crackers-butt a,v.-at ,remon,soda.snSr i Boac
they ct-rtiiiulr tuijTii-.hc-d 1. l5l. 4 Striov : BRADFORD, Butter best
F.-hrmrr Go ien
oefrauded >
by a deliberate and Eymtematic mis. a fair olf ct to that of CJeycr, whig, of Missouri. Mode of treatment and cure, illustrated by numerous Cheese ,
representation of facts. Witness the account fact mid cases. Influences of Southern Climate and I'10U11, :I'flIL Hisi s., &ti. L1rTPiY Flour -*-ap them sago,pme-apple,Eng.dairy A _
sent out to this in 1540 Sea Voyages. Cod Liv r Oil and Nitrate of Silrer TTEIR t RUST hare just received a fiod assort- Macii-oa Court House, Florida. Candles Western Buckwheat 4 Ryo,
country emanating The trial of Gen. Henderson for Ids -adaaiantine and
from participation not offlaont reinwLes and! often pcnuriou*: illurtratitnis. JLL ment of Plows, Plow Points, and liars; also January 18, 1851. 2 tf pure spernl,
high commercial sources, and seconded in the Cuba invasion has Scnp?-a grunt variety, .
Blades and Cradles.
No UUde
fine jiLui or reniwly uiifonnly RiiccccsfuuTlie Gras. Scythe .
by iLfluential journals, of the condition of their t.eritiiuated-the jury being unable to agree only ]>iincij>!fs of cure frtaU'd p. CO, to be niij.lieil February 1,1851. 4 tf Notice. Spices-cl piriCnto eves, goger; pepper, trace;

ptwision crops, which were represented lobe ou a verdict, have been discharged. and fjfucted, according to the circurn tanccs of each MEETING of the Stockholders of the Union Essences- great rariety. ,

*o abundant as to render it improbable that ciise Adapk-J to common readers : By Dr. HALL, Law Firm. A Bank of Florida will be hvld at the Banking Abo. figs, almonds, raisins, cusracta, ditron

any wpply of breadstuff's from this country of the Courier.WASHINGTON 127 Caiial street. New Orlearw, who attends to these A BREVARD will | ractice b co-partner- House in thi City ol Tallahassee, on Monday, the jied applest, dried peaches candies, tr apprforanges ,
"suid be needed; and this when the in Correspondence diseases only. Trice 81 00. Sold by BEARD aU the Courts of the Middle Circuit of 3d day of February, for the election at Directors. Rice,VThite BcansSpbt Peas,Fnlton Market Beet
crops Jan. 20. J. H. STEEL, 11 Camp street HY. L. RUTGERS, Cashier.
Great Florida. Office in Tallahassee. We have also roe ruited oup stock cf
Britain had signally failed, and the pros- Mr. COLLINS, the principal proprietorofthe CST! A few copies of coiideu d pamphlet left fur JOHN BEARD, Jannary 4, l5t.. 52 St1)00.1'S and hollow wares, dnr-goods, lota and fumirare bar
feet of famine was staring them in the face. sale at tliis office Feb. 8, 1S51. lw saddles and
line T. W. BREYARD. and
New.York and Liverpool steam packet it M now rtry completft
SHOES, HAl'SiND CAPS, just lceived
**al their
object was attained. In conse. is now in this city. He states that he does no Fine February 1,185L 4 tf .1.) ; and for sale by ; rAh1 of which we offer fa toleon the nenal ternj
qufnce of these dehnivo! accounts, prices fell Liqiiors. GEORGE H. BESTWICK. MeNArcinT & ORMOYj.
the Atlantic. He thinks that she
give ship .
>B this up TUST rercired Schooner Crockery, Glass hud Stolle U'lf ir.TTEIR Newport, Dee. !S, 1S5-
country, and farmers hurried their pro- per Tettw from New Or- January 18, 1851. 2 tf 51 tf:
duce to market, for fear of Hill lower put into Fuyal or the Azores in distress, or Put tl leans, 1 quarU-r cask Cojjiiac Brandy, A RUST are now receiving a large assort-
In the meantime rates.- back lo Liverpool. Another well skillet 1 eighth Port Wine _Cl meat of Crockery, Glass and Stone Ware. Notice.SIX $50 Reward.

agents despatched across the steam ship owner that she is not burnt, 1 bbL ilonongaLek AVlibkey. On hand a general assortment of Dry Goods, Hard shall tbe
Atlantic British say months from this date, I apply to the gTOLEN.on night of the 8th instant
by capitalists, traversed the February 8, ItI. 6 Ai R HOa ware, and Groceries. All of which we will sell on as frnn a
Whole for the could be flooded with water in fire minute e of Probate of Gad-den County lot letters J-? r001,11- City Hotel a POCKET DOOK

we farmer country, making large purchases, and ; and that she has not foundered, because reasonable terms as they can be purchased 4 in the tf market of dismission from (lee administration( the estate taming Notes,Accounts and memoranda of great isi.

was thus defrauded of the produce Notice: Februaryl,18Sl. of John B. Durr, deceased. ue to the owner, and to him only. .Jso
is in tosinl
of there not water enough the ocean .
l ls casA
labor. Let the M. A. DURR, Administrator.Gadaden consisting
Cotton take are hereby forewarned from princp411y of J3jfl
growers her. There us a prospect here ofa triatrgula ALL persons trading: FLETCHERVILLE HOUSE 18, 1651. 2 6mPig'a Bank of St anti the
lest County, January
J trningf they also be misled by similar a note given by cue to William Robert, ol MaryX alw probably some bills pcrz
ntsrepresentations. and be victimjsed Tariff now. Cotton ami iron are arrayed Leon County, dated on or about lice first of January (lt SIGHT OF THOVASnUX, GEORGIA,) the Bank Charleston, and 1snotherGgi mcee.

*&eut of the Manchester for the against each other, and free trade again! both ISSO.for $75. As the consideration for which {the PRIVATE BOARD all things included,at $10 per Feet. All or nearly all)f;. j St Mary's bills bare

Cut spinners. The printed calicoes will make a brisk fight. said note was given has totally failed, I am deter. Travellers accommodated, vitftout Li- O A KEGS (Tert 1lie article)just rocemsd and foiUJ back the privtU maj of a broker.

granting that the stock of all kinds of but the odds are tgainit them. Iron, mined not to pay the same, unless c'oropflled to dcso' ovor,a bean cheaper than Cotton eetla. sale low. .J. M. WILLIAMB.Jtwitry The atere reward will be given to any person w
Cotton in Great Britain be a, i is stated in sugar by law R. DANIELL. p. r. SMI-TIL 11, J931. 1 wiUfarmJievKfAaMofajfttfiof Aprlr M tbLi
hemp tnd woolens have icctited strong ToJiti February S, 1851. 4 51 January 18,165L 2 9m JU33fT.U(1ill.. -t! N





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Sljc) JHoribiau & Sourna! Tax Collector's Sale. I COTTCN GINS The Quincy Male and Female cat 3fetate UivcrticrnrutDC

BY viitue of the power te'te l in me bylaw -- --- It LoJgt and cmpl
1 have levied upon and shall epo for ulf, b- ACADEMY. Fre

HJBUSHED! tTt'nDYF.VEYISG. 're the Court llou door, in the city r>f TalUhis- JESSE II. WATSON, rPIIE ExorcLes i>f this loititution trill be resunif*! of Florida. 50buhel3; River Oat-, and

eon the bm Monday in Ma; next, the follow irrupc GIN )WitF.tCTtREi JL teitiie FIRST MO DAT is FEBHVART, 1>51. The MADISON CIRCUIT COURT-IN CHANCERY. Planting Potatoes fcr sale br
TERMS : rt or E<> IT uch thereof as will pay the State Female IVixu-tmt-nt will be nndir the chare of JIi*& MrNAUGflT

THnrc: floLLIIPTt nnnm.if fliII3 i iimcc in 2acaTc nd County Tat due thereon fir th' %Cr It30, and Palmyra, Lee Counly Georgia, AilANDA O. ENO. a i-tcd by I.er tcr.'and ilts Martha DeraIL, >V Bill for Divorce. ewiortDee.23I90. l &

Ato A 14 ILE. if paid \Mihintix tnontl.t. tl incid.utal expenses to wit: TTfOULD inform his friends and the ELIZABETH ATWATEIL The Principal believes ?

Foca DoLLiHv.il not Paid umtslth.i end cftheea Ail that tract or prrel of land known as Forbes'h\ V rally.lhat he continue the above public business gene l li Las now obtained what lie lias for sonic time post TT aupearineto William.the Devalt.satisfaction) of the Court.by atu1 -.- line,

33: These tennn will be ngidlv adhered to, anno 'urdu, within the limits ol Leon is old stand where he will be happy !o uppl> them KH.H cndeavoriuif to focure-the co-operation of uchT davit in I his case filed, that U'illiamV. Devalf! ( Casks Thomaston Ljm for
piper will be discontinued until all anearag.tarpfcid ainin ]42.T20 acres, more or les?, said tn belong tote with first rule article. As an ev>ience "of ihe: iCiK>rs. a* *ill (rive n Luh character to the Female the Detendant in I his cane, residebeyond Ih'j'in- U gal* tiloNAUGHT -

uil?* at The o iinn ol (he pubiihrrs Sub ApaUchicoia: Laud Company.IX. t-juality of his work, he would state that out of the Dcpartmcjit: and aff>ru* every f.ci1itytoYoungLasiv5 j diction Ihi Couit, and out .f Inc Stale of Florida, Newport, Dec. 2$. 1S50. ci & LO

scribersvviil be received for three month* at One McRAENY l.rze I number sold by him the past year, net one has I to acquire a thorcnurh Fxlucari,Ivth in the .* >IiJ anJcnmniental but in some other part of the United Stalest tL

]! '.1ai'-.ii months at $1 M. F.very order for th TisCollectci, Leon Coutitr. f at.d lo give perlt-ct satisfaction-.and would a* iel* Lranclic The Mies Eo are recom.menled // w Ordered, That the said WilIiar.W. Deraildoappear

paper wit of this rcnnly riut be accompanied wit! Nnrnhs'r.1cY 41 t erene, givethe name of any one who ha* one of hi* ( by gentlemen of the hijho authority. The elder and answer iid Bill of Complaint within p

t h cash, unle the order fotne through any of out I Tax Collector's Sale. Gins in u-e. He u intending to enareLjse,4abtjih.! cf them ha K-wi t>r several yt-ars cmra.ttl a* Priuci- three month*, or said Bill will b* fake-i pro tanftno J Orleans received and pr Schr. A. N. jKAy .,

rejuhrly authorized agents in the Stale.: mert coniderab'y this *er, by wh.ch means iie will I pal (>f a fir urkiiui ig School in iIoinj B Y virtue of the power veli ho hearing during the next Tirm of said Court in March 25 barrel* superfine and extra Floor
ADVEBTISCMr.NTSWill shall expose for sale, before the Court House at to do1)) with Gins, it piwible, superior any ev l and successful TO.-U-IHT. They will instruct m all 5 boxes Cheese, *

Juiacy.in the-O'inty ot" Gadsden, on the second er manufactured in Soul hw extern Georgia. Hel hinU the branches cf en Einrib-h couro. toother with Music. nestlnd it Jiirtter Ordered. That this Order V 5 LarrtLi TLislnT'*,
b'inserted at( the rite cfOneoflaTerqur Monday of April nest. the folloA-inz de cribe l pro- that t every year's experience enables him to make Frrarli.PraTrJrc'; Painting. Embrosdcrr. Ac, dc.-. M 2 Cocoa NaH
a this
of twelve lines lor I he first,ami, Slly cent lor eacli published some public newspaper printed in I "
peityoin'ich thereof as xvili pay the Stat and little better article. T.KJ Principal will take clianrc of the Male D.partrn 8 Apples.
week for three monthand that Complainant
uS'eq'ient i in erti|), and thneceHrv Deinga practicaltnechanie.and withaldetermined I i.t Henill If aiJ.tl tyiir. M. M.CLAIIKF, rod Sareoncea take teslimonv tIiecaue.ThOMAS 5 boxes Lemons,

trill be made on lecal noire! ,, ettatenoticejear. expense* incident thereto, to wit: that none but Gin.ol the very fir 't clahalibnun- ach otLer --* -taiit* a* ilia want* of the School mayr.quiro. m BALTZELL Z kegs Grape*.

1} nit ices without alteration, by persons havtv;; The w'hoU of what i is called Forbes Purchase," ifdctured in hihop.hefetl sale invarranin! | <;thento Th1 In>tituti'ti i k fami-licd with an st
regular account* with IheoHce., yin: in Gad<-len County,or so tnnch thereof as will operate to thi' *atisfaetoa ol the purchaser. He ve Plil.x-'j,hicaL CiK-mical anti l Mathematical Apjr.ratt A true Attest, Sugar Cured Ham.*, Coffee, Lard Candle
All announcements of candidates? for office, nvrIXILLUR pay the Tax aforesaid, b mided on the Et t bv the. will deliver them tree ( copy- Ac, for ale Tftt.*
invanahlv < charge to purchasers al t :*; tut; -therxrith a well *elected Library. and I C. CAK3UTH.. ClerV.JJj by f ,,%*
*- in adva"ce. No attention Oc'klocknec
River, and ou the \'et bv the AnalacliRiver. their plantation. December S. IC.i -
an ei.t .n-ivc Cabinet of iiiiieral oinitahila; Luenumlr.T
ill be ? a M. A. CARRCTH. D. C.
vi paid to any nrder1n announcementunless i coLi HIM II O. McLEAN" -- -_
All made with hi
engisernt-iit '
accompanied with the b. travelling CT.J, flf |*fimi'n* ooileceij loth in oar own and infcfwn I December 7. JS-VX 4'' 3n
ea Tax Collector fir Gads len order to the Ready-Made
Countv. or Proprietor
at Palmyra, sI.al be rou>tric<, alFt-ril* a lvrntaafe< tn tlo Clothing.
All religion marriage, and obituary notice* publitlied 0wrJ2, !l3 '. -10 Cn promptly attended to. sujicnor & V tLST t __ :... _
irraluitovi'h but editorial noli-es for tii'leat: iuoientv.. en.I son-p to intfTe-t liini in las ?tuli. State of Florida. TJtIlt
; pri-
Impairing; properly done in the most durable < ;. A ii'-w itoariin-Iioup.eI11-idtrailv S Iart-rthax .1.1 1 diuice and wt1l selected
t. Tile benefit, s iil be chargedas gJert&ceLts. Tax Collector's IN LEON CIRCUIT COURT-IN ATTACHMENT. supply of of tb.
Sale. dinner. Lie one f niurly wlUil'hn in a healthy thing. coft'i"tiflt of figuered Sik. Satin, a4

son WORK.Wearetvell virtae of the poer vested in ne by law, 1 L RandallV{::JHe &is Co.al-n! '* CAST.ent fr the tie rf Chapman aii-J re'.in-d f un .!* tl, town, for iLe accomuinuf John IV. Argc! )) A-.rap.it. Vestiinn1 ; Cl'rfh. Doe kia*. and Cxsbnwre Ca
shall e tpoefor ?ae! ,before the Coutt House atQiincy MORSE POiVEKSU thc Tertciitraa.i tuiK'ii4! >. 'Hii* lioa-c will b*koptby rt' A I Sum worn to r seT Clwth. and Blanket OveT *t. tJ Tye
prepared to CK H-MI< Job Work.i ui F in i the County of G4Jdenon the scconi.. GAR MILLS in Sttthn'e.trn Georgia alit] Fl.irida.: the Prin Hj>iil. wlin. ltc iiles piin: every attention Protection Insurance Company cf J c.,. VJ Overcoats for boys; which they are r*
a billscard*, bank! *.painphlvts&c..with neat- Contracts can be made with my Travelling AS-MI!* New Jersey. J vTHE : pvpar*<
Monday in April \tthe foI1.ving described pro- to the health. comf< rt, and moral ii f the S'uJewt* sell at prcei which will give eatisfcctiec
nell and de ;'atch. All work of t'us description I, petty,ors3 muh thereof as will pay the State and I Any information wanted with regard to the c..t i and conmuttid to Iiis c'.nre. will also al.<> ait and brect defendant ardalI other intereJed are her- fave r them with a calL toa2 t**
except lor person* luvinc >carlv accounts wiLl operation of these mil*, can be obtained by adlres.i. notiCed of the institution ol the aNne -litbv
County Tax due thereon for the year JS", and the thorn in their t.i.iie ilurunr tin hours not mvuj December 14. lS.O. 40
the otiice, must be paid f.'r on delivery.TOWLE r.eressarj expenses incident thereto, to wit : ins me at Palmvra.Lee Coantv" Georgia. j 1.ieI in school c'eri'iThar&l., nicludnij: wa.-hin ,, attachment, and are reo.n.red to ar pear at th e _ _ _ _
Six hundred and of land I March 30l5s"O. 12 Jv ilI next Term of Leon Circuit CDcrt.and plead to th I. For SaleT'A
forty acres lying on I raiisrtf at j-ricvsvarvinj fnmif toi jiornionrli.!
Rock Creek, blonz to L. S. Ir B..ar,1 a\o Le declaration filed in aid cause.
purport-n Catlin.or may obfuiK-l in several
re.pecthb.t L
& jpHon Demijohns eiriee old
'Sheriff's ARCHER Si COPLEY. Jaaai
v* taucb thereof as will paIne Tax a1nretiid.! Sale. f.u1uiiit.4 in the place. A Lrick Academy i-. alin 4' -
2 2 Pale
Watchmakers and Jewellers, HUGH 0. .McLHA.V! \irtnc. of writ of fieri facia i.. of truotlon and Attrrn-ys f.>r Plaintiff.fleprm'prCl. Sherry.
B a Mied from Cit P 1.roetQ ron- i- 'xpoctd to IK; ready; lc-7t.; _';t) 210" kegs rich Cherry Potne
TJAVINC procured the service* Tai Collector for Gadsde-i Countv. Clerk* o'nce f the Circuit Coin fur the Owntv ftr tLc reception of die School ijnietime during the 2 20 Holland G'in:; ,

.- ,, 1i nf Mr. ALLEN formerly o} October 10,1 VJ. _-I')_ CmBY of r>i n. Middle Circuit of Florida wheren Tiie l"ni'i hIlank Ut4smin.. In Chancery--Madison County. 60 boxe* Cheese,
bii eity.ln.'y are row prepare*! to -- of Florida i* plaintiff f.nd William S. Murrav. Fi>r further parlimar re jxTtin; IV>ard. Tuiiion r, 10 tej Buckwheat,
execute all irk in the above ine,\\tth promplnr* Tax Collector's Sale. Administrator of ijenjaroin If.'ur.jn. i k defendsnr. "i ic tic., H-V printed Cutjdtigueviucb ray be obtained 10 Butter

and in the rio .t *iti 'actor* manner. Tu o'ir friend* virtue of the po.\er vested in me by law, I I I liave levied usa. :Jid will eypo e for sale, beiim- the ed application to Silts Cason, next friend of Susan Murphy, 10 Ml*. Butter,and Water

at % d. 4..wr. in tlw city of Tallaha.*>e.
cm. be forwarded to us, \M'< !b. civca. I Qtriey; in 'he Coun'y of GiJn-Liy in Tebruary i .'xt, vcitliiii J 1.ga1 Iwur?. Q'lincy, Dcremix _'.<. I .">t\ M Arnold MurphU -.*. CD bushels live.Jct ,
TO'.VI.C ii MYERS. Monday of April n \thc following described pro the fiillowior e=crilxtl property to Trit; "PON Ihe affidavit ol the Sohcifrr in the ahoy '

September C>ISIX_IS_If_ perty. or s- much thereof as will pay the Stale and! 1S W i action 14 : E i'S E: J f a.ni U : T. i i Fresh Arrival s'lif, that Arnold Murphy, i.s:.niieT.n.t in .'aid received and for tale by
County Taxes Uue therein from ll'j to IS'j-J incluive N E J -ci"ii 15. in Tiwnhip 1. suit, ha* removed and still is beyo ti llie limits of S. S. jGUt
To\vle &. Myers, 2, N and E:, Of Groceries and Western Produca. the Siatecf Florida : December 7, ISO. 49
<. and the eear eenscs incident Ibeicto to: containing 2-lU acn--, more t'r ie <>. _
New Orlar, Brown Soar,! Suzir Cored Ham It ii Ordfred That said _
on hind,ar.J arc now ri'Ctfivi'.g.a new and Jjevied vi si- the < f said Mnrphy ap
HAVE uj property > ek-lndant. anl:i
artmenct ti'JGDS, cua iitii.g t t Two hnntlreJ and forty acres cf land, in Gad-den t : to I* sold to satisfv sjjd writ of fieri CirLa NfvYork Doable Refined! Leaf La d n Kei pear and answer or demur to ?- id Bill vMifinth-e-e Fine Liquors.
Gold L-ver Hniili VVelu CrihdSuzar! j Saaratn! )Milliard; months from thisdate, or aid Bill \vill! betaken 0 received d for
15 ounf ir; v tins tTbeloi to Robert Jiraeron, ei I A. .V. FI.SHER: Shenfl j.r JUST ui in store ( aie ?oi& for '74e
t Gold Anchor Le-er Ii J i <3 c1 sc'i 'her.-! as vvili pas the Ta\a< aforesaid, lv-. Januirr C. : -:I. I*. 5v Rio C uTe f, Kice, j Cljck Pepjr; eunfesso, and that a hearing be had thereon at the old Peach Brandy. 5 years oW.cfJ

S'lrt-r L ver Hunt 115 C3n SoaFla: ? Crc-c':. HUGH O. McLEAN, ---- ---_ _- Dried Pache and ArrFlour! St Loui;. next term ot said Court :
?** Sliver Anchor Lever bi'rel *n:>evior Cogae,

1.3 nine and common daGentiei.nn October 12, 15J. 4 > Cm Flour, &c., J. C. DAVIS. made in touie newspappr publiIied in Florida, for 5 old Jamaica Rum,

: *i and Lilies" n lrit f Pirca central sst rn fc v. t. rrrrv-." rot xrcrDDLS. caxs.s. December CI.lSr.0. 51 ins space and time ol| three miri'hc. i so Hi'Ian4 Gin,

rlenent of Eir and Finger Rir-rGc Guard and: Tax Collector's Sale.r ')') FLOUR. THOMAS BALTZELL, Judge.Atrne 1 i Cask old 1'i.rt Wine

Kevi, Fob and Ve t Chains Seal, G4d and Silv:I -, virtue of the power vcs'rd in ir.e by law I t .1. e) 27 d... Exru: fanulv 3a TAILORING.TIIE copy-Atles', 14" Madeira do.
Pencils Gold Pens Gold and Si her ectacie Gold shall exposeKr sale before the Court ilou ? 10 i tl.x da 41.>. ( o. i'bscriher would infr-rm the citizens of Tal- C L. CAS RUTH. Clerk. I j berrel Pale Sherry di).

Jsleeve, cur: and Jvxna Button*, S.lver Pearl and Qtiincv, in the Coansy of Ga1>ien, on the s-'coi.d e a 9 C-i-ks M.iai J Sitii1tkrs.C } <-'ec that he ha cnnrr.enctd the al.ove busii December 21. 1S-50. fJ 5rpiiidaic Dpemhr.r'2l.l'.i.i] f, Shell Card Cace. G-ili and S.lver; Thimbles, fitu of TkrctIi'35iJs! p'*, and respectfully solicits a share of public
Fans Monday April ne\t, the (ollcwingdescribpd property ScuxiloyV, Nicholson'?, cTrt3uit.LEON Salt.2'OO .
Silver and Bu.Tlo Coajbs.Al pat ronaze.
or o much thereof a will the Slate and and Stagg JL SJiay's Sugar cured llams.
< French M utle Cl *ks, Ta'jlc Knives, Tei pay Wore opnosifp the Florida Exchange. COUNTY-IN EQUITY. Dusheis urk's Island
County Tas due thereon for the year 1550, and the 4 Tierce< higgcnt cnn'ra''d and r.lan llama, Salt fcr al {
TacPated andrsrlver Ware, Sdver Table and .3 I (C3- Garment cut to order. Tallahassee Rail Road McNAUGUT t
TeL necessary e\pene* incident thereto, to wl : SO KbK Mo"mvl Prime Po'k. Company, Complainant ORM05D.
Spain*, Pxatid Soooiin! Ftt k#. dr-atn and Soup L- Seven Inindred and fitly rf Land C ClarifieJ and Brown JAMES SEMPLE. Ca. Newport, Dec 2?. 18.0. 51 IL
acres Iving en Sugar, _ _
dle-, fisJt-d V ier dt. Tea Set*, Castors, Candle- Crooked Creek, purporting to belong to Aitnistcad 10 Fin'pj '.cs. November 31, IS ;o. 47 tf Richard Hnyward. George K. TTalker. Union Bank --- _

clicks: S lar Lan>i> tliv aii.i* Gilt Giraad;>!es. and Rinev. :3 Planting Potntoc of Florida, Rurbutt R. Ilettou. and Elijah \Vhite, Notice.
Al'O.Coe diubiebarrt-He'i Can Shot and Gase, Plow Iron.
HUGH 0. MJefersoa BERRY i ROOTLES. Defendants. \ LL r'eqnna, creditor', legatee*, entitled It ,.
Ja4, and Fla.V fine picket Knuei.Porleilonr.ie*, Ta Collector for Gadsden County. .Tanarr 4, 1 51. A Complete assortment, just received and for $ale: IT appearing from theailezatbn of Complainant'sBill 21 tnb'ttion or otbern< iotrrf,ted in the siil

Viet Folio?, Violin*, Clarke*, and Fiatts, fne RaBe :I. Orlobcr 12, 1U. 43 6n i- ilcNAUGIIT
L4r Suop. &:. New Store and New Goods Newport, Pec. 2S. 1850. 50 Elijah White, i ii not a ri-ident of the Sfafe of I ridt. deceased, are hereby notified lo exhibit ism
*: anliu aJ sc-seral x'taonf of rrfnajry, Tas ; Floridab-it resides in the State of that claim and demand
County Collector's Sals.BY Georgia, so !j within two years f'ora thiidi'ito '
Je., fcc. TO'.VLE t MYERSSepteiscer virtue of authority \este-d in me by law, I sha1.J! J. C. DAVIS pI JUST 10 laurel received real and 31'forale by C. C. BYRD i CO, he cannot beerved with proee* of 7Spetna : the nndeiignedcr the same will be barred; rd
J5'S ecpce for ale, be.'cre: the Court House door, i in T> ESPECTFULI invites the attention rf the inIX I- 5 IK.-S* ISoshen rrer Potatoes, // w therivpon Ordered, That DtrfejieiAnr. Elijih all persons indebted to 3id deceased, are reqet
Mur.iiceilo, Jetrtrson County or. the first Monday i in habitants of tl.e cify cf Tallah2e ar.il superior Butter, White, plead, answer, or demur tn this Bill: en rr tw make immediate pavmenf.ALKXANDER.
CARRIAGE REPOSITORY : s.u- 10 barr i- Mammoth Onions
May next. Section 21 Township 1. flange O.SJuth rt.undir.5 country to hi* bareNorne and well lected ( before the kit( Monday in April nest. at th pfrilf SCOTT, Ada'r.
BY KILLER & BEOKAW and F.at, or so much thereof as nil! pay and satisfy |j stock of fall and Winter Gotdi.'yitl received s from Sllilf nnaner l!. 1 3n
Maria Talitaro's d nbc! 12S him set do-vn for hearing rr part*: Provided, That
T.z1a.zsece, Fkrd2. Taxes due the State and New York, Philadelphia! and Nw Orleans, inn"li- Novemnb.r 1S50.; Notice.
County, to $15 SI,beside 4G a copy cf this Order be published for li-ur months,
amounting costs and char
dine Goo c't
ri1E siScribeu! wo-i'.d: ir.f : I fritnds and tie public in *>neral ces. Said Lai ds are si'uated in the said County of \\iilbe; found Ladies Dress Good* in great variety efstxle I ; ; ; oncia week conecutive-Iy. in or.e rf the newspapei rs LL creditors and lezaee,and persenj enttt.d t,

that they ?rc r -rt-cciv.nj a larre'supplvl Jeiilrsnand kno-.vn as Ihe Barboor Hill Tract. : and price, and a large asrrtment of Good fir ?_ & OrmondjIT published in the ci'\ of TaHaha' e.. distribution oot'ot the estate of 0rar ideceastd Fitlaw.

S >- C4eii.i,4'* and ISll;gicS which thevo .r JOHNVOOTEX, g'aiIeuens wear ; Hosiery, G lores, {.c.; Rod. T.TAVI on hand f..r sale a fresh supplr of THOMAS* BALTZELL, Jndge. of Garden County, are Hereby neume4
for ale on tiie mst rea-onable terms. Peronsvvi ax: Collector fcr JcC'crscn Coanr.! Ifais, end Ccpx; Groctrits and Linuort*, 1 Prime Java C.fie, November 5. \ M.A that their claim and demand will be barred at thi

bin% to baj are requested to call and evaninc -Ncveinbpr 2, l* '- 41? fn .fleody.nadc Clolltinzin zreat rarifty rf nle F. Kits of aL'mn Na 1, tree copy from Minutes of Court. expiration of two year* from the date fiere f.note,,

their ftork. Oct:,ber 1'. lo $I. 41 Jefferson Tax- -Collector's qualities, and price-s ; Nt-rro Keryt Lin-eji, Ki+* of Mackerel No. 1, OSCAR A. MYERS, Clerk.M. the same be exhibited to the subscribers within thai
County Sale. A. LONG Solicitor
for Complainant. time ; and all having demands
French Ced Mackinaw and Negro Blankets. Ilali uul qr. barrels No. 1 and 2, persons any agaiait
F) V virtue of authority vefted ia me by' law I shall 1 November P. f tc7. 44 In them Id
Tax Collector's Sale. All of which will be sold at sudh prices, fcr ca'l h, I'l.; ia Saunei.heif present
j_) -
lei sile before the Court lfou
expo e doerin settlement without delav.
of tiie ted in law I as cannot fail to 'lease the cost la-idious.: Parch: Malaa GmILi'f Jefferson Circuit Court.IN "
power vr r.f by Mor.ticeIoJefkrn! the
BVtirlue on Monday in I j OWEN FiLLYAvr
J intiled ,
sera are to call and examine his stock previ- and boxes Raisins
and wiii eijK'.gcta ale. belore the quarter ,
upon West
February n-\ j of Section 7, in Tuwii L- CHANCERY. JAMES FILLYAW
I o-i* to making their selections elsewhere. His Prime Go ,
the Cir 1Ioe stcrs: ? -'wn .
: duor, the iowa of .Madi.ouonthe
in hplot Ringe 5.Nor!ii and East, or so much there is r.e\t door to the Sentinel Printir. Oce. Lnii41 > i Bill for Iijiroetivn and Distribution. Executor of last Will and Testament.GaJden .
; j Iry a ) Cvmumon Cheese
first MjnJiv ol -ur.e next, at the usual huurs ol ,
u | of a* wi'l pay aid srifv W. H. Armistead's Taxes j jI ('onntv.
January 4 IS5J. 32
Dectinber 21, 1SZO. iJ Pine Electors of Wiilutn Goodman Sf
ale, to the tnijhe-t biJdcr, the Uowmz i deserilied j I due the btate: and ( ountv, atr. fjntinz to S3 i >, be- Apple do. Complainants,
Lands i Un.gai.J being lathe i Count of MjJissn Jot ree.'il l per Erij Suwannce1.twmrt vs.
} id co-s and charje<. Sa.d Laads are s.lUitcd in Receiving from New York
Honda, viz; : the bad Couun cf Jcllerson. New Goods.OPENING :'. Jainar ii 1 :;1. 2 tf Eeza Dnter! Sarah Waters, Green R. Slater, Mar ,

The S E i of the N E i cf Sec 2D.T l.RC, Sar.d JJII.V 1VOOTEN a law and carefully selected s'cck e.f garet France?Slater.Jane Elizabeth Slater. Harriet ; FULL a-nrlrr.ent of Staple Goods and Greca.

E., as the propnty; of J. S. Pat!er-cn, to pay the T.IT Cvllcctcr lor l JeSerson County., Bniania, aad linzht Metdl XX'ar?, JOHN PRATORIUS, E M. Slater,John G. Slier, William Slater, rie consisting in part ofErotvn

ta'ce and *ossdu on same lur the scars IS45, '-1G, Nir'r 2. l 1YJ. 43 3m ecnsi tms in part rf Tea and CoiFee Po*, French 1 [or mi: LATE nn-t or ELL & John Goodman,and William Goodman Ellen-\ood Shirtings and Sheeting?.
4. '4, '43. and ). Coilee Filterer Picer'} Candle Mick of dif .&rentUjilies L rfl.tTonrrs,J end Spain, Defendant*. Bleached da. da. Cslicoff,

Tr.e X J of the N W 1 cf Sc-c C5, T 1, R 5, far CITY COTTON WEIGHER. <] ,Jel'v: Mou'uls.Gu-; Lir.terr.Cake Hive*, 1VOt LD i.rn Lis friend and the public IT appearing to the s-tilaction i cf this Conifrby Wood and Willow Ware.

taxes, iic., due from 145 to l >jJ.AUo.1he THE anderri-ned PUBLIC COTTON V.T.IGHEH, Cannisttrs, and 4 variety ol rtlier articles, winch I 1 that he hi. taken the store lately necupic il affidavit made in this caa*?, that the said Deter Wooden Borkets and Tab,

C I N E i Sec 11, and W j X \V Ser the City of Tallalia( e, having just returned the; ofTer for sal? 01 reasonable tern:*. kv C. II. Iliio.l. nVVI adj"iniar the stare latel:
12, T I lRS.\an3 K, purporting to belong to J. J. from the North wih! two pair of Seattn, inannfiie- Ai.-o, en hand a full ;nd extensive nek cr! Tin I ( t1ti4Mfly; BuU k I'ratoru.xhen.. he 'will lie pieae _I tesideout ot the State of Florida beyond Sperm and Adarnan'ine Cand'et.

Underwood, for tav sdui"therein iron I IT, to 1S50THOMA1 furor, aljiiflfl an l certified by the lteior of Ware of every description, mantifactuitd litre bv, tn attend to tiC Cal and wants rf tbi'p who ma I ie the jurisdiction cf this Couit, l l.ut in the United Brown and Leaf Sugar,
? M. ANDEKSOX, Scales! and ll'ti hts cf t'fi* .'Vew l\ik Citlom good woikrr.tn, an-i at lair prices. (li.potd to patroniz'* lam in hi* hn> of tAines. States : Nail*. Spanish Cicar*, as'"rted Candlef,

rSherifl and es oScioTax Col. .Madion Co. tiutise, is now prepared to received and tveigh ar.y Lead Pipe, Snft Lead, C nper. Zinc, and Cistern H o has receive L I ly the Late arrival*, a eJ fnf and It it \\fftfcre Urde"d, That the said Defendants, Rio. La jira, and Java Coffee.

rCoverabcr 1I' IN'I, ). 47 Cia Cst'.cn brought to this Market. He will attend a'f Pump for ae. Tin Rooting, Gj tfrirr. aiid Job l-ah-rfrd *tj.i ('# g ,, ( i'inires. JJjp '5* E eza Dasher, Sarah Water, Green R Slater. Marsaret On hand-A supply Kentucky Bazsn'nr ant as

'h* Depot or at any pi \\ithin the limils cl the Worli extcuttel failhtullv aid with deatch.T. (fowl* : <7/*>. a (T' ifnil nwnrtwnt (4LE.JYJL1DE Frances Slater, Jane Elizabeth Sister Harriet Rope flour, Bacon, Rire. susar-carrd liana

A. B. CLAR.E, City at the shortest notice. In conjunction with the WHITE fc CO. f, is rf* it /.v tv, E M. Slater: John) G. Slater, William Slater, and I Lir.Kir. JOHN McDOUGALL.r .

(FORMERLY CLIBSK t TIU.MAN,) Cotton weishinz. he has a tar \atd it the rear of September 21,1S1. 57 tfNotice. All of \rhirb. I flitter John Goodman, and Spain, apnear aid answer the 5 JQV "O .
myself arc equal in style and Bill of filed in -
Mesr. KIKKSEYand WILLIAMS'! G-ir.plaint thi* ea'i. within four
%" TTAVIN'G purchased the interest cf Mr.l4 where quality, and ynitt '>* ef-f.n, ether tJat Notice.LL .
J.i he will! receive COTTON WEIGHING 1 a any will be months from the Hate of.the ruhlicnfion of lh;* Or-
Siillnjan their clJ bu ine- be OR ON I
10 can S
f.iuiiJ tliimarkit.
He will
in give particular attention eer.! or the said Bill will be taken creditors i
legatee entitled
'I f found STORAGE. The subscriber's *'uk-t attention and for confessed again pervns. to *
their old bland Monroe
r at on street, subscriber havins f.tied tee TANERY to laItUui.vs.. and li ']X53 be will merit a & ..1patri.tre t them. I JLJL tribution otherwise interested
experience for tha last three the THE ui or in the esals:
where he wiLl receive i Ii: a few da%s frota iCew YcrJc. years tt Depot ,
one of the rno t complete SMOitme' t* <.t Jlfailtntdf will, he hopes, bring him the Cust tom of the Planters thi place kn.iwi a* n CMkmz and Gentlemen's Fanry Goods/ ar.d Merchants enera1j' Otiice ia the rear of Mr. now oa hand ar.d will keep all kin!* of LEATHEI! November 2". 13'\ 45 tfIura this Order be ma<*e in crn* nexTpapr 'uhlihed at deceased, are )hereby nci5e! I t.> exhibit leirclaiiri

off-rcH this A'-i Kirksex's store, wbsre "sabscriber be found for sale ; and will have hue DoOTS and SHOES Tallahassee oncea week tor the fisrp/-f four months. >nd demand -.vithin two year* fn'rn' lhi Hate to tfi'nnJeri
*\er in market. a ecneral assortment may at I :
of reach, Kngith, an
Jltack and Fanry D'UMas and Catsunrrt, Clack CHARLE A. N AS1T, d..ubed-oW! NEGRO ShOES He non'.d here return THE subscriber have on hand two hundred and A lru' cor>v-Atte f, pr or.j"indebted to the said deceased, are request*
his thank* fa I he citizens cf Gad. a'.d : C. G. FIFE Clerk. to aiake immediate
ue-n the cuncef ,
eitl Ftgueieil Silk. Satin, Cathmcre, and J'tlctl1'etlin City Cotton U'ti tr.S.ulr.tr Sulphateoi Quinine, hich the v payment.
**, which lie is prepared ta manufacture at r .I. 1S.V)). 37 tt adjoining Co-.intie for their p-j.t patronage an\ f>\ havefct2ine the ho-lest notice a-id in the rot approved style.Tl.e to them that le will\\ continue to imriUfjet'iire Leather they vrill warrant it to be a 'iperior article. rf JefiVr>on County and tr tfitig Ar'm'r.

CDmni'init generally! are pcctlully fe-juested Notice. $ Hoofs, aiid Shoes, a! In'* r.ld *laiul in Gad-den! U'e have enbrsed our *tork of Dru? and Medicineby -' In Chancery. JefTerwn Cour.tv, October 5. IS50. 39 2m

to call and exarame tny Mock bcf-.re purchasing et
Tallahassee, October 12, 1550. <'> JL by mutual consent. Tho e indebted '.\iJl do us I I exchange any ef the abo\e article-* for 0. "; tark} order for articles inot the pleasure to settle as soon as possible. Hide, crippled negro !>ov.- or his cvin pap r.t on tl.s most acconmoddfin tirm / of Ent&te. A LL perscns, crcditcrj. asd IgaIees, entitled t Is

Cash Advances. M. .NASH. :,r Good Doit ant 1 Shoe niktr, of steady ha' I' U"e luve al-'* a few acroiir.t- vet de to us forth- Alexander Scott, Administrator cf Aaron B. C. Scott, JL\. distribution or otherwise interested in the w-

October 1. ISSD. J. L. TAYLOR. can have employ c eut. year lS-lt*. The arescncral'.y m smallaircur.! deceased, tae ci Janes Jloorelate of JerTer'.on Ointj.Flo
ur. unJeripned v>ill make liberal cash adrar.ccsJ. ir. ii. MCMILLAN.Talljfcasstc.ribrsary hut if \vl.oleconld b* paid sborlh. it ncu'd is. rida. deceased. are hereby noticed t exhibit 'kw

on shipments of Cotton, cannoned to J. L. The businp's hereafter will be conducted 2, IS.'O. 4 ly \\A\ tonarusliquitlatiiigceiUin sums whichveowV.co. David E. :SL Scott, and other claims and d mar.t's ithm Iwo years from this da-'''

SmallAood, New York.S1ALLWOOD. the firm of NASH & CO who under LEWIS &. AMES. TX thi cause, it appearing from the aiIentior.u d f r to the undersigned, cr the same will be barred; a-d

G1D50N i HARRIS. a share of the of, the citizens respectfully solicit Tallahassee High School.mirt Jar.eS, tS.3.Carriages 2i J- of the bill, verined by auldavit of Coinplainant all person* indebted lo the said deceased, are TI-
Qnincy Novenbcr 2, ls-W. 43 4uiReadymade patronage generally. eTeTci ftiI. that Defendant E. JL Scott does not rcide in the quested to make immediate! pjtvmenf.JA.VES .
They expect to keep on hand a general ortment >es o ijooi v,JU lie Iii ea Tburnli'v
.1. Buggies, Saddles, Harness &c. State of Florida, but ha fled to unknown R. TUCKER. Sheriff
of Good MtJicinet and scch other articles as the 2d cf Janmjy. Tliaiolu! 'tic year wiU L- parts nt'tout
Clothing and Saddlery, generally kept in their line of business. tlivid1I into four tena-., erveh term cuualuiii eleven D. E. HULL of the United State*: cf Jefferson County an i tx fjfieio Adm'r.

TUST rercired per Bark Mora fron New York, a October 5. IS TO.: 33: NASH & CO. xreeis. //1 i thfrffore Or-.Jfred, That the said David E. M. JeCerson County, October 5, 15O. 30 3ta

I large supply of Heady-made Clot4ing and FaJdlery The In-tnietor f<*% no hesitation in Miyin? t'mt. byeilueatimi V 't Tlii* CARRIAGE REPOSITORY Scott appear and answer plead or demur to said Bill!
New Stoves. Ivirtlct'* F r>k Bmldirc offer : on rr IvfWe the first Monday in June next tLe To Planters.
which are ofiered to the public on the mos*. and e\jK-rifiice, h1 j.*cimpftiiit tn;hifliari: for or
reasonable terms. HEIR i. RUST. JUST receiving from New York Cooking, Parlor, with fficieiiey tie dutie*of hi*eflllimrVlti5c it will three splendid fi'ur-eat ROCKAVA same will be taken for confes"e-d s to him, and set r pHE nndersijned have jest received tfcflr Fa"J.

October 12,1S50. 43 Air Tight Stoves ol the most approved pat IK }3i!-> aim to ren
terns and latest sHles. Call and Examine them.T. branch oft-tudv taturht in the vclitMiL tnltinJar atten- tol>N fou pfclLAR'S WAGGONS, one -cond-hnnd be published for four month weekly in some rews- ale on accommodatirg terms, consisting ia ftfof

Notice.SIX WHITE fc CO. tInn xvili be pvon to the 3Iatitinatiral Department a> R
Septembers!. ISSQ 37 tf bet! calculated to cipine! the mind, and to 6t 'rtit v.rv. low. in Juno. Blanket*-Londor., DniEI, Mackinaw, asd Grey
months froraddtetheundorsIgneJE\ecutcr with aluable jiracticul usowluJ?. -ALSO- January Sth, 1S51. pains-all wol and heavy.Krsry .

the last will and testament of L'z Williams, THE TRUE MEDICINAL Fur the FatifactiuntboM> who; mar Jo ure to (Attain At the OLD STAND, Pho-nir fluili'dng THOMAS BALTZELL, Judge. $-Washington, stn'ped ard GccrgiJJnsey *-
deceased. Ute of Gadsden Couniv, v\ill apply' to the: COD LIVER OIL further infi>nnatioii relative to bli"cl T4ct and A true copy: -fancy plaids and plain colcis.
< r Saddle. P. ,lle. and .
Jod of Probate of aid County, lor a final discharge r- ilarsingal -*, of a vaicty C. G. FIFE. Clerk. Gotten face1.
TTSEFUL in the cure ef Scrofula prfparatjon, n-ferwipc is made to the Faculty 4if the cf Myles: Hamew of osnabiarzs,brown shirting, prints,
settlement from said estate. descriptions
and Consumption
up U Gout Rneumat I'luviTsity of North Carolina, or to gtutllman in Axl Hub ;; January 18,1951. 2 4nj handkerchiets,shawl., negro cap and weol Ihats.Ka
SAMUEL WOODBURY Es.cutor. ism,Asthma,Rronchitis,Coughi,, any Springs *, Dah Fram.s CarrLiije Trim- stock RUST.
Favetteville North large cf HEIR i
Gadden County,September 21, l->50. 37 Cm and diseases of the Chest and Lungs. A supply Carolina. things and Sl 1s'e Hintling-; Tranls Carpet Bag ValiA Notice. rn'ctts.
of this valuable medicine i*just received, which is Tuition jier tciTO,\vill! tv ?G 50, ?5 50. or ?10 50, &E., 50. 42 ,

Notice. warranted pure, and cf cry superior quality. depending uj ou tlie advancement of the ftuAr.t in 1.s l\a\ '. _jf3 at. persons indebted to tin estate of Fonjarnia I Notice.

For si'e! by LEWIS &. AMES JESSE P. SMITIL N. II Repairing done with Jespatekioveztlr W.Thona1wtnlateof Gad-Jon County. deceased,
SIX month*after date( the undersigned.Adminis May 25. l>30. 20 Tallahassee Fla., DeremlK-r, 2?. 1S50( 61; tf 2.5: lei'X -i'j tf are hereby requested to come forward, and make immediate SIX month after dafe.applicaficn will be made '
of the late Robert Fisher, will present payment to the subscriber; and all f>-ron* Honorable Jndje cf Probate of Jef *

I heir final account an J vouchers to I he Judge of Leon Sight Exchange Notice. having demand.either creditor or(distributee n uiat (?onntv bv the undersigned. Admmistratjrof Gecr?

Probate Court, and ask for a di.chargeftQm said elate. Southern Mutual Life Insurance Company said etate are hereby notified tn present them within; Ellis/decr2sed. late of said County, for disebars
OX NEW YORK, SAVANNAH, and MACON ALL persons indebted to the estate of Jamei A. of Louisiana. the time prescribed by law their from said administratorship.
will te
R. W. FISHER, ) sale, iu sums to suit, byTHOMAS late ol Leon County, drtrea ed, ate boon appointed Agent f.>r the above Company barred payment CHARLES L. POWELL.County. .
to make HAVING '
W. I:. FISHER, J AUmrs> J. PERKIN-!, those requested having demands payment to the tindersisned; and deeming it unnecev ary to dL-us the. TV. E. KILCREASE. Admr. Jetierson October 25 1550. 42jo>
CS October 12, IS. 40 Agent Marine Bank.2ETNA against the same, are I erel'j
1 Gad elen
July 20. and
notified to present them within the time prescribed importance advantage of the mutual inurancejirinciple. County. January 25, It51. S &t Notice.
Notice. INSURANCE COMPANY by lawor they will be barred w mld re.jiectfully fsoh'cit the consideration -
I. F. BEARD pament. of the citizens e>f Tallalu."t-e and icinity. Any information Notice. APPLICATION will be made by the
month after date,the undersigned will make. HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT. December21lS50. Qualified' Executor. relative to it,can be bUurtl bv callinif'on the months \. six weeks alter date, for letters of adoin fticn >
application to the Court cf Probate of Ix-on. "HUILDINGS, Stocks, and Cotton in Ware-boose 50 St sub-.criber. S. S. KNIGHT. SIX after date, I shall apply to the Hon. on the estate of George Wvlev. deceased

County for letters of dismission as administrator of 13 insured against loss by fire. Notice. November SO, 1550. 47 tfW for letters Judge final of dismission Probate lor the County of Leon "JACOB WYLEY.Qnincy .

the estate ol Joseph W. Lea, deceased. LEWIS fc AMES, as Administrator of the December 7, 1500. 49 gt
joijN MeDoUGALL Admf January 21 lSr). 3 Agents, Tallahasee.Blacksmithing. T E subscriber having taken oat letters of Ad- C. C. BYRD & CO., ceased.estate of James Blacklidge, late of said Ceunty, de- -_ _

November 2. 1S4. 43 fim ministration on the estate of Thomas Cow art,. ILL make Notice.
liberal advance
very on Cottons EDWARD
Bagging & Bale Rope. notice to all persons having County claims, decea against ed, hereby said estate gives shipped I heir friends New York. Oct 19 January 25,1&5I. 3 6in SIX months the after date, I shall make tnplie and for&W Honorable in
rPHE to present them to me wit hint wo properly a'iIhenlicated ASH ADVANCES made on Cotton Judge of Probate
undersigned sears
informs diI-
respectfully shipped
C and
Bales Gunnv Hiursin?, County of 3etI'raonfor letters dismission
-f f JL the public generally that, agreeable to law, ar they will be barred lo Holbrook & Nelson, New York, bv ci
JLO 20 Sea f laiiJ K, having charge as Executor of the last will and testament
jw. of and all month after date, the
employed a superior Horse Shoer, he i recovery; persons indebted, will please October iy, 1S50. 41 F. H. FLAGG. SIX undersigned will pre
Keutucky do, : Ebenezer Foloralate of said CouotvdeC'All
pt now prepared to execute all work in that line to make immediate payment. his account and vouchers to the Honorable
60 Coils Ilope for eaW byldeSAUIIT superior manner, and on usual terms. a JOSEPh MOORE Adm'r. Strayed Judge of Probate of Leon Connty, as Administrator persons herein interested,are hereby ilOORE nofilZt'cordmngiv. .

it ORMOXD. F. Tampa Bay, December, 1S.10. M St on the estate-of George W. Harreli, late of Leon HARDY

erportDtc.2S.1SZ.O. tl; tt June29, >SOO. 2$ tf PAYNE. T7ROM 1_ Bayabout the subscriber the 23d or at 34th Ocklockonee November County, deceased, and apply for a final discharge Jefferson County, December 7, 1S50. 43

,' from administration ot said estate.IIENJAMLN .
Notice. __ a bright sorrel HORSE, 14 or 15 hand Notice.
Notice. BYRD Adm'r.
months after dale, I shall apnly to the Hon fgh, very thin and spate, with long leg, and a FWf Sfansbury. January 19. 1S51 2 Col*
6m John
IIEcopartoarBbip lJcLluui eaWJ nnJor the name A LL persons indebted to the cs'ate of Alexander SIX Judge of Probate for the white snot in his face. Any information will be ALL persons indebted to the estate of

i_ and firm BULL 4 PRATORIUS, M U is lay, it Martinlatepf the Ccnnty cf HilUborough', in den for letters of final dismission County of Admin-Gads- thankfully received,, or if required, suitably paid lot Dissolution. deceased, late of Madison Count!, *("

dissolred ti y mutual consent All IHTWHJS indobt to the State of Florida, deceased, are desired to make i lratrix of the estate of William as by the subscriber, at Quincy. pleas make payment ; and all Persons hairE
SIcGriff late tb'
the above firm will plou call ana Bottle with J. H. immediate pament of Ihe came totheun'lersned said County, deceased. of J. L. SHIELDS. THE co-partnership heretofore existing between the mand against said estate, will please present
Atteud to the settlement of the December in the publication of the Floriitian legally attested, to the administrator.
BulL,wbx> will ooaccm. Executors of said rsTate. All persona, M well al SARAH 7,1S50. 4S I
Adm'r. i Journal
J.RBULL she heir and legatees named in the last day dissolved by mutual VANS
and (es- Quincy, December 21, 1550. 50
6m consent. All debt* due the December *t
Office of 21,1350. 50
J. PRETOUIUS, lament of said deceased, bavins claims against the Notice."j every descrip
% tion, are payable to Mr DIKE -
XoVCmbeT19lRO. 46 said estate, are re uekted to present the : P. P. LEWIS notes and who succeeds to them
same to the "j\ / account are left in the hands of and who alone is authorized
said Executors within two from JA-L to receipt for them, and Notice.
sears the dale hereof local Chaile C. Byrd, who will
Dentist Agens
Tallahassee act
as my all debts due
To Planters. Florida. by the form are'a&sumeu
this notice u ill be plead in bar absence by and to totb61
or anrrachclaimt. I during my from the State. Any claimt whom months aterdateI shall apply
:rnit bizbet nricei paU fur COTTON ami TOT THOMAS P. KENNEDY, "D OOMS in the netr buildin?immediIV against me, may be presented to him settlement, they should be presented for pavmentR SIX Probate for Gadsden County for a 6saI K111'

J. IIACOO, at fl timesi. by J. C. DAVIS I1LLEN MARTIN, ha atclr East of tlie Pest OffiVo; where F. A. BYRD. R HILTON. menUnd cbargetrom the estate of HaTdY Sb'?'
ll b tv P 'i I r Tampa, F.., Nov. 3t), 1S'O. 47 I2t Executors I I ne found unless profe.ukmally December 21,1S50. 50 C. E. DYKE. ,deceased. E-: S. tlIEpABD A'Gaddea
enage.i. September 7, ISMt. W Tallahassee,January 23, 183!. I antfJaatjar7n. >lMl. *