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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 23, 1851
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
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-- WS OF THE -STATE OF FLORIDA, make report thereof annually to the Governor- to bo by him laid before CHAPTER 317.-[Xo. 30.] from the State, for assessing, collecting and paying over the State

LIt the Fifth Session of the General Assembly, the General Assembly. AN ACT to repeal An Act entitled An Act supplemental to An Act entitled An taxes, the following compensation, to wit : upon the first hundred dollars .

Passed [Passed the Senate, January 17, lRS1. Passed the ITon c of Representatives, Act to grant pre-emption right to settlers on State lands, passed at the present actually so collected and paid over, twenty-five per cent. ; upon

1850- January 18, 1851. Approved by the Governor, January 23, 185l. session approved January 12th, 1849. all sums over one hundred and under five hundred dollars, ten per

y..r.wNi.1 /------ -.-- ter.. SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Scnaie and House of Reprfsenlaiccs centum upon the excess over one hundred dollars ; upon all sums

CHAPTER 338.-[Xo. 27.] CIIAPTF.U 313.: -[Xo. 32.: ] of the State of Florida in General Assembly convened, Tliat over five hundred dollars and under one thousand dollars, eight per '

the School Fund, and. alan prewl- AN ACT enlarging the Powers of County Commi>llioncrCl. at act entitled, "An Act supplemental to an act entitled an act to centum upon the excess over five hundred dollars : upon all sums over
of
rT wnudin""ww mode* inventing: gnat pre-emption rights to settlers on State Lands,' passed at the one thousand and under two thousand dollars, six per cent. upon tho
of thc School
A' which the first distribution of the interest W\J SECTION. Be it enacted by the Senate and Louse of Reprecentalines
hptnmatiiuw present session be and the is one thousand dollars all sums over two thousandand
tf ( the Slate Florida in General Assembly conrcned'llint same hereby repealed. excess over ; upon
.jj |be niaJ of! of laced[ the rouse of December 9, 18:10.: Passed the Senate under three thousand dollars, five per cent. upon the excess over
1. Be il l'lfal'lrt11thf! Senate and House of! Jlcprcscnlaof tho Board of County Commissioners of tho different Coantics, next Representatives: !
Ducanbcr: 11 1850.; the Governor Deeembcr 16 1850. two thousand dollars sums over three thousand and under
,
convened Approved by ] ;
t' Ikc/; ,S lac of Florida in General Assembly That hereafter to be elected} shall have power to raise, by taxation; for four thousand dollars uponll the excess over three thousand -.
*
,
'ofI and lie is hereby''', authorized I to invest the mo- of the Puhlic' choh. an amount not per upon
/ .rfnillt-r IK, the aiding Commoner: ,
( onii'* .r purpose CHAPTER 318.-[Xo. 37.] dollars ; all sums over four thousand and under five thousand
.hiVin'' 1 the :Seminary and Scoool runiT in such I flock of exceeding four dollars for each child between: the ages of f five and upon
.
I M' AN ACT to amend Act entitled to to settlers dollars, three centum the excess over four thousand dollars
An An Aft grant pre-emption right per upon
".1 States as is deemed 1 I most advisable, or I loan the same eighteen in the respective Counties : Provided, That the
sot : years Lands December 21, lIH8. five thousand dollars two centum
I State
e)IT ( : on approved ; upon sums over per upon.
'J". County Authorities 1 in this State, upon their siting such I Counties of Columbia, Levy, St. Johns, Putnam, )IoJroel:1chua, al
or Sr. 1. Be it enacted the Senate and House the excess over five thousand dollars.
( Tlox by of Rrpr.Jcnlatil'l"v.f -
Iti deemed sufficient by the Register of Public Lands, Nassau Gadsden Wakulla, Hamilton, Jefferson, Madison, Duval
R as is the State of Florida in General Aisemby convened, Tliat Sec. 2. Be it further enacted, That for assessing and collecting
&: the of the Governor bo !
assent to the of this
given from act.
Jovcriior and be
and ; Leon exempted operation
;tllcr! : tie of fami- taxes for there shall be allowed to the Tax Assessors
( after of this act being the head a county purposes -
veer'hr the 1 for the I School 1 1 Funds raised for school l passage every person
required I t by t act investing 8J:c. 2. Be it further enacted. That tho fund so :;
and collectors of the different counties the
mUlIll'r: '.vidow the of following -
; ly, or or single man, or woman over age twentyoneyears compensation
1S49. distributed under the direction of the Superintendent
,ed J'U1U:1fHth, purposes shall be County to wit : On all sums amounting to hundred dollars and
one
'" and being a citizen of the United States, or having filed his
it farther enacted, That such 1 money as maybe 1 in- in the manner provided! for in the "Act to provide for
*
+"I E' lie declaration to become a citizen, as required by the naturalizationlaws under, twenty per cent ; on all sums over one hundred and under
: \ions to the 20th July, 1831; shall be the establishment of Common Schools ia this State approved January
Comptroller -
,
1,., 1't by the pre that the interest of the United States, shall he entitled to the benefit of the act five hundred, eight per cent. on the excess over one hundred ; on all
the interest" payable on lay ; !).
I 'sled n< to have 13,1819.Passed to which this is an amendment : (Provided, He or she does not own sums over five hundred and under one thousand, six per cent upon
P'I,,I l r'". icipal then to he so invested to have the interest! payable [ inn Senate, December 20, 1850. Passed the Hou"e of Kejirenntativcs one hundred and sixty acres of land ;) although the applicant the excess over five hundred ; on all sums over one thousand and
'"'ill-XKliJulv 1' 1832 : no money to L.invented, except instate December 31, 1850.: Approved by the Governor, January 6, 181.:; ] may the
"' '}i and 1 in- previously have had the benefit: of any other prc-omption law : And under two thousand four per cent, on excess over one thousand ;
than I 'evenYper cent. annum, no
'iT interest t
per
II'!ss! all two thousand and under three thousand three
'"r( .t t a farther That shall have the benefit of more than on sums over percent
provided : no person
nt Ule"t to be made, except in stock is aforesaid, for a longer term CHAPTER :311.-[Xo. 33.] one pre-emption under this law, whatever may be the amount claimed on the excess over two thousand ; on all sums over thrco thousand .

I ,ii t\vo wan AN" ACT pre eribinpf the duty of the Rigi i.-tcr of Public Land Sheriff( :*, and under the preemption.SEC. two percent on such excess.
hereafter
enacted That all
\r. .' 3'Jll' 'f,(urtlu-r money accruingh Solicitor in ..relation the nVovi-ry of estates clicatiii{ (II' reverting to the 2. Be it further enacted, That the minimum price mentionedin [1a.'e the 1 louse of Representatives, ,Tanu3r 20, )8H.: Pa-wed. the Senate,
Fund shall l be invested have
to
School
n-incipal of the 60 as Scl al :Fund account of de-fret of heirs or next of kin, and for other
x on a the
1 pur- January 23,1351. Approved by January 21,1S31.]
', j the 20th July in each the lint:: section of the act to which this i is an amendment, shall
aable on Jd7r.Interest p +ci. j
lit' : That in the 1 first distribution of be construed to mean the price at which said lands shall have been
enacted :
V. .,. 4 Rf'i further' : SECTION 1. Be il enacted by the Senate and Jlousc of Represcniathcs -
in the which shall hereafter be CHAPTER 331. Xo. 43. -
appraised' manner now prescribed or -[ ]
which
shall be allowed to
money, no; share : any Countyfront of the State of Florida in General Assembly convened, Thatit
angel, shall have: 1 been received 11 by the Slate Superintendent priorT i irlort I shall !bo the duty of the Sheriffs: of the several Counties in the )prescribed for tho appraisement of State Lands previous to the sales .AN ACT In amend An act amendatory of the several Acts now in force in relation

Jstating: the number of children! rat each Dis- situation and all thereof. ] to the Assessment and Collection l the revenue," approved, January
)lit,' first May, State to ascertain the nature, amount of estates, .
; I Six 3. Be it enacted That hereafter all State Lands, 13,1310.Sncnox
further
the of five and whotually
: between ages eighteen years, real which have escheated reverted hereafter
Comity or or
,
': t ,? the ; school in said district within three months of or personal, may previous to the! sale thereot by preemption or otherwise, shall be 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representativesof -.
attended : escheat or revert, to the School Fund, on account of a defect of
qI{ rr appraised in half eights of sections, in the manner now prescribedby the Slate of Florida in General Assembly convened, That
of the report heirs next of kin and of all found the coast shoresof
on or
date or property
tJ law.: the duties now required to be performed by the Sheriff in the Collection
it enacted, That the first distribution\ of mo- the State into the :State; its wreck derelict :
JJr further
Jf: 5, < made nnd after the firs or brought or ports as or [Pa"+e.i i the U.mlr. Representative*, January: <>, 1851. Pa"! shall be
"''I I for the support of schools, : on of the sea:, in the sense of maritime law, and for which no owner January 11, 1831.:) Approved the Gou-nior, January 2tl, 18i1.: ] nando, Madison and Hamilton, be performed by an Assessor and
l'ptl'lIIlJer, 1S32; ; +ind> the hecond nnd all' other rlittributions bhall and establish his claim within and and
\ ( : appear a year a day, Collector, which shall be separate and distinct offices from the ofnco
, :-'-I' I II* made,: as required in the art entitled, An act" to provide for report the same without delay to the Ilegis.ter of Public Lands.SEC. CirAr-rrit 319.-[Xo. 38.] of Sheriff said Counties after the year ISol. And that an elec-

,,,.,:'f!'t3l'lM: >nynt of Common Schools in this State, approved Jan- :; 2. Be it (Nrther enacted, That it shall be the duty of the tion be held at the se\"erl precincts in said Counties on the first
shall be than AN ACT to grant: the right of Pre-emption to pironeho have settled on Sixteenth -
t-rv lOw, iFl9. Register, when the estate mentioned other money, to Monday in October next, for an Assessor and Collector in each ofsaid
.
Sections in certain
"iu.fi. Re it t further cnaeleil, That such City or County An.Vritu'sas the Sheriff of the in such :: cn.sc*
!:(: require to dispose same, manner as may Counties who before entering the duties of their office
,
the first section of this act, borrow from SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and Hmiis of Representatives upon
under money be the Ilegi.ster the sale of lands however
!11 l \ thought expedient by ; shall take the same oath, and give bond and security, as other Assessors -
il,,' School Fond, shall have power to pledge the revenues of the to be made subject to all the rules, regulations, and restrictions vflhc Stale of Florida in General Assembly convened, That and Collectors are required to do and also be entitled to receive

t Vv i or Countv: respectively to the payment of the principal and Inv which are now, or may be hereafter, imposed upon the sale of Seminary all persons who have settled on any of the sixteenth sections (granted the'same fees for their: said services. ,
; of said Fund ; and should there be a failure on the part of Lands. to this :State: for educational purposes,) before the same was surveyed
\' -ft : Sec. 2. lie it further enacted, That all laws and parts of laws,
Inc Enid City or County Authorities to pay: the interest or principal SEC. 3. Be il further enacted, That In all cases of derelict property and who continue to live thereon be, and they are hereby entitled conflicting with the true intent and meaning of this Act, be, and the

ti:i tine time it becomes due, said payment shall be enforced under brought into the State or its ports, and for which no owner to enter as much thereof as will cover rhea improvements, same arc hereby repealed. :

iirh rules and regulations as the (Jrneral; Assembly may prescribe, shall appear and establish his or their claim, when tho amount shall to be taken by legal subdivisions, not to exceed one hundred and Passed
the Senate December the House of
Passed
MIl in all l cases of failure to pay either the principal or interestwhen be less than live hundred dollars, the Sheriff shall, in order to determine I sixty acres, at tho appraisers value of the same, to be paid for on or [ January 4,1851-, Approved 27,1850 by the Governor- 11, Representstive" ] -

due, twi-he per cent. (p"r annum shall be paid on both pnncisl the quantum of salvage': to be paid to the salvors! refer the before Ac day such sixteenth sections shall be offered for sale. January 18:1

: and interest, from the time they are' due nntil paid. same to two arbitrators to be chosen, one on the part of the State, Hf:('. 2. Be. further enacted, That when two or more persons

i |il r'r<..od die Senate, December: 1 7, 1 S.'A 1 V ed the Rouse of Representative, the other on the part: of the salvors: and should they bo unable shall have settled on the same qnartea section, the one making the CHAPTER 333.-[Xo. 41.]

1k+rah' r2i, 1&5U. Approved ly the Govcnior, December SI J,1si50 j] to agree, they shall have power to select an umpire. first settlement, shall be entitled to precedence.SIC. AN ACT to require the respective Boards. of County Commissioners to examine

fkc..1. lIe it further enacted, That whenever any properly is ascertained 3. Be it further enacted, That all laws and parts of laws and certify the Assessment. returns made by the Tax .Assessors.

CHAPTER 330.! -[No. 28.] to rightfully; belong to the School Fund and tho person in conflicting with intent and meaning of this act, b?, and the same SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives

possession refuses to give it up to the Sheriff on demand, it shall be arc hereby repealed. of the State of Florida in General Assembly convened That

KS ACT po\iiling fur the Iucrca of tie School Fund: from the State Trca- the duty of the Solicitor of the District in which the property is sit [es.December Passed HOINC of the respective Tax Assessors of this State be, and they are hereby

Burv.* uated, when required to do so by the Register, to enter a suit for tn : : required, to lay before the County Commissioners of their respective

SECTION 1. Re it enacted ly the Senate and House of Represen said property, and prosecute the same to a final recovery : all money Counties, the three Assessment books, required by law to be made

tat 1'U of the Stole of Florida in General Assembly convened, Thatdiould derived from those!:: sources to be paid by the Sheriff to tho Register CjiArrr.il 330.-[Xo. 39.! ] out by them, on or before the day when they are required by law to

there not be enough money arising from the interest of the i to be paid by him into the Treasury of the State. AX ACT in relation to the duties of the Comptroller and Treasurer of th be completed ; and it shall be the duty of the said County Commissioners .

:School fund to allow two dollars to be given annually for the: education SJc. 5. Be it further enacted, That for services rendered by the State. to examine carefully the said books, to sec that they correspond -

of each child, returned as required by law to the State Superintendent Sheriff in accordance with the preceding sections of this act, he : SECTION 1. Be il enacted by the Senate,and House of Rrr .fenta- exactly, and in all particulars, with each other, that the amount

then the Superintendent: ,shall notify tho Comptroller shall; receive from th Treasurer, on the warrant of the Comptroller, lives of the State of Florida in General Assembly : That it of property and taxable subjects therein assessed are reported and ask

of the amount of said deficiency, and also of the amount required)' two and a half per cent on the nett proceeds of the amount paid shall be the duty of the Comptroller of IuLlc .Accounts to cause to be sessed correctly, that the calculations! and additions are correct, and that -

each: County Superintendent to make up the deficiency in his County into the Treasury, after the payment of all expenses ; and that the published in two public newspapers printed the city cf Tallahassee, the law and the forms prescribed hy the Comptroller have been in all

; and the Treasurer shall on the warrant of the Comptroller pay i Solicitor shall receive two and a half per cent on the amount re in tho first week of December in each and every year, a tabularstatement respects complied with, In assessing the property and in making out the

from the .Suite Treasury, of funds accruing from the general revenue, covered l )" means of services rendered by him, in accordance with showing the gross and nett amount of all State taxes, assessed said books ; to make, or require the Tax Assessor: make such alterations -

to the severa1County Superintendents: the amount of said deficiency. the provisions\ of this act. : for the year, in each of tho counties in the State-the gross and additions as are necessary to make the said books correct

{r1Wt ed tln Senate! January 22. iS51:; Pa;/cd Ole Hou .eof Representatives, SEC. G. Be it further enacted, Tliat it shall bo the duty of the and nett amount of al State taxes upon licenses, and the amount of It shl also be the duty of said Board, in the same manner, to ex

':a1u i7:3 1651. \jijwv\ed by the Governor, January 24: 16M.J Sheriff to place in the hands of the County Superintendent, withinone auction taxes in county in this State. compare, and correct the lists of additional assessments macho

month of the time at which any money i is, received, a statementof Sec. 2. Be it further enacted, That it hal be the duty of the after the original returns are closed And the President of the said.

CnarThn 3 0.-[No. 29.! ] the amount of money received by him, the time at which and the Comptroller of Public Accounts to cause to published, in two pub Board shall, under his hand and seal of office, certii that the said

AJ1CT

AvcniUy.Srmox. without unnecessary delay, to tho State Superintendent.SEC. ; from each of the Sheriff, Clerks, Tax Collectors, and other accounting to the book and list to be forwarded to the office of the Comptrollera

: 1. />c it enacted ly the Senate and llovsc of Representitituvftke 7. Be further enacted, That it shall be the duty of theSheriff officers in this State, together with the date, amount, and certificate, in addition to the foregoing, that the same corespnd.

Stale of Florida in General Assembly convened, That to pay over such money as may come into his possession in nature of their respective liabilities. in all respects with that deposited in his office, and with

in the distribution of School money, no share shall he allowed for the performance of the duty hen-in required of him, within one month Sec. 3. Be it further enacted, That it shall he the duty of the ed by the Tax Collector.

MT child, oho has not attended school for at least three months of the time in which he receives said money ; and on failure so to Treasurer of this State to cat
within the year preceding the lime at which the distribution is to bo do, the said S1OriQ'shall pay interest on said money at tho rate of papers printed in the city of Tallahassee, in the first week of December January 22,1851-Approved by the Governor, January 2t, 1851.]

made.! twelve per cent. per annum from the time it becomes line to the in each and every year, a tabular statement of all the mon-

(Pw-c3 die] Senate,January 24, 851. Tasked the House of Hepresentativcs( School Fund until paid, and shall also be liable on his bond for double eys received by him during the year previous to the date of said CHAPTER 33&-[Xo 45.] -

.1IJIIIlIlb51. Approved by the Governor, January 21, 1851.J:; the amount withheld ; nnd it shall bo the duty of the Solicitor to statement, from al the counties in this State respectively, setting ACT :menc.\n net to reduce the rate of taxation Upon subjects now
t
sue upon his bond, upon the request of the Register so to do. forth in detail, amount received, from whom received, and the txed, t levy a tax upon cattle of nonrcJent.SECTIO ;
and he shall also include
branch of income from which received
CHAPTER 311.-[No. 30.] [l'lle..cd the Senate, DecemWr 7,1&50. 1'.n.;sed the Mouse of IleprMestatives ;
1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House
disbursed and ofRfpresentatives
table of all out -
such statement paid by
in
December moneys :
the Governor ::
Poccmber 14, 1650. ApjTo\cd by 23,1800.] n
AN" ACT roquirin to lx jwiid into the Sc1n} Futvl\ money derived from the him, to whom paid, and l on what account. of the Stale of Florida in General Assembly convened, That'from

*aleof Slaves wider Ole Act <
SEeT OX 1. /Jr it maeted by the Senate and Jfoiisc of Represcn- CHAPTER 315.; -[Xo. 31.] failure of either the Comptroller or Treasurer of the State to perform collected a tax of fifty cents on each and every head of cattle in this:

:Mint of the Stale of Florida in Central Asscvibly convened, That AX ACT to make uniform tlc mode of Felling; State: Land the duty prescribed in this act, or 0 the refusal, neglect, or failureof State, or which may be brought into this State hereafter, being the
:
'('//'aftcr when any slave or slaves phall be taken up under an order SECTION 1. Be it cnacteil by the Senate and House of Representaliws the Comptroller to perform the duties imposed upon the said office property of nonresidents of the State of Florida.

from the Circuit Court, in accordance with the pixni-ions of of the State of Florida in General Assembly convened, That: by the thirty-first section of the tenth chapter of the acts of 1845, Sec. 2. Be it further enacted, That for all cattle in this State,

the act approved November 22, IfccJ'J', said slave or slaves shall be the following acts, to wit: "An act to provide for the saleof lands entitled An act to raise a revenue for the State of Florida, definingthe owned by citizens of the State of Florida, there shall be hereafter assessed

considered ht lon ng to the Common School Fund ; and all the granted to the State for the purposes of Internal Improvements," up- duties of the Assessors and Collectors thereof, approved 21th and collected, upon all cattle over one hundred head, twcnty-

tooney! derived from! the sale of said slave or slaves, after the pay- proved January nth, 1817, and also, "An act to amend and act to July, 1843, the officer so offending shall be indictment, and five cents for cvcr hundred head : Provided further, That no cattle

'Mitof, the necessary expenses, shall l hc paid into the Treasury of provide for the sale of the lands granted to the State for the purposes upon conviction, shall be f fined in a sum not exceeding one thousanddollars shal be or liable to said tax but lch as arc over one year

|w State as belonging; to the principal of said Fund, and be invested! of Internal Improvement," approved January 8th, 1818, be at the discretion of the Couit.Passed That all laws and parts of laws conflicting with this provision

)n the. i atie, manner: as other moneys of said Fund are required tot and the same:: are hereby, rejjealed.SEC. [ the lou!ornrrl'nt1JiJnmtry 21,1S31-Passed the Senate, arc hereby repealed.
'{'invented.I'1 2. Be it further enacted, That hereafter tho sale of Intern!'!! 22 January 21 1831.]
January 18:1-.AWro\'c,1 [Passed the House of Representatives, ,t 1 I,1SS1-I'n""d the Senate,
all the rules InU3l
**!the Simat% JWemlicrSO, 1&!51\< paF4d the 1Tr.\1 e of Rpprcscntaauuarr Improvement Lands shall bo made subject to [ regulations r January 18,1851-Approved by the Jur 23, 181]
ttu4 6 U, 1851. and restrictions which are now, or may hereafter bo imposed on .
l& l. Approved by tlic Gcmmor, January ClIAfTKR 331.-[Xo.10]
the sale of Seminary and School Lands.
.
[Pai"cd the House of Representatives, January 4, 1851. I'M"tho Senate, AN .\C tl require the original accounts,vouchers, and evidence upon which CHAPTER 357. -[Xo. 4G.]

Cn.U'TRIt 312.-[Xo. 31.] January 10,1851. Approved by tho Governor January 20, 1851.] wtant: arc drawn by tho Comptroller of Public Accounts, to be tiled in his AK: ACT in relation to the taxes upon Agencies of foreign Insurance Compa
office, and 1'lt in that uf the Tnaurer.SKCTIOX nies, and other therein named.SECTION .
PACTi!1lmiJir. fr the iii\c-tmeiit! of n 1 portion of the Seminary and CoIn House subjet
nun Scliui'l 1'uihL CIIAPTEII 310.) -[Xo. 35.: ] 1. Be it_enacted by the Senate and: of Represcnta- 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House

r.CTIOX 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Represent- AN ACT to require purcluurr of State Land to make payment: therefor to thoTreasurer tires fall the State voucher of FloriJa, and evidence in General, Assembly which convened Warrants, have That tatives of the State of Florida in General Assembly o RerC-, "
accounts, upon
of this State. there shall be assessed and collected
wind of the Slate of Florida in General Assembly convened, That shall be hereafter drawn the Treasury by yearly upon C\'cr agent or
rach SECTION I. Be it enacted the Senate and House of Representatives heretofore 1.'el, or upon within this State of Insurance
by agency, any Company orlocated
Bum the of the State
or for charere
bo and inn
filed
eums as may: required f 1 purposes I Ieruweut of Public Accounts, shall bo deposited
,
Cot thousand dollar ofthe of the Slate of Florida in General Assembly convened: That tho Comptroller beyond the limits of this: State, a tax of two percent. upon all
not exceeding in all twenty-fivc the office of said Comptoller, and not as heretofore required that
hereafter or desiring to purchase State Lands, ': premiums received by such agent or agency for the next
rnone;}"s belonging to the principal of the Seminary or Common any person persons year preceding
School )'und, shall he! and the game is or arc hereby required to be ,. may do so by making written application therefor to tho Register, of the Tf':1SUrer. the date when the assessment hereby required shall be made :

Lorro\\\.J by the !State of Florida: and the same shall be placed with whose duty it f..halllJe, if the the tract applied' for be vacant and [Passed' tho flenMe, January 2?the, 1S.1-Vw.sel Governor: January the Iloaso 21 of 1851.j Representatives, Provided, That such agent or agency shall, in all Instances, what
23 l&il-Approved: by ,
and' consul, a I part of the general fund for the support of State subject to entry by the applicant or applicants, to append to said January ever be the amount premiums received during said year, pay a tax
I' also the number of Y. of not less than ten dollars.
certificate of that fact.and slating
application a every year
/ eminent cent.
\ ul.-m interest at the rate of seven per per annum,
4 w paiJ annually, the twentieth day of July in each Jsajdpriucipal year, acres in the tract, the price thereof per acre, and the particular fundto CHAPTER 352.-[Xo. 41.] Sec. 2. Be it further enacted, That every person who shall, fo--;
upon l
the : bo borrowed be refunded at the pleasure of the which said tract belongs. relation to the term of office anl duties of the Tax Collectors. profit within the limits of this, State discount, buy or sell drafts or
General enacted Tliat the of said AXC of exchange drawn place beyond the limits of this.
:1 Assembly; of this State. Sod 2. Be it further upon presentation SUCTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and Jf/ojwc of Representatives his upon any
Sac. 2. Be itfurllicr enacted, That it shall be the duly of the application and certificate to tho Treasurer, it shall bo his: duty to : of the Stale of Florida, in General Assembly convened, That cither with his own funds, means or credit, or as agent for any.
C'O\'l'rnor ) receive from the applicant or applicants the cash payment in full, or Bank or individual, shall bo assessed and pay year, a tax of"
of this State to execute a bond or bond*:, payable to the each tax collector In this State, whose term of office shall expire before : every
reasur'r of the State and ta !his successors in ofiice, for the said the cash payment in part, and bonds for the balance, as the case he shall have completed the collecting of the taxes for which he five cents Upon every hundred dollars in amount of exchange so bought
s ntu and therefor and file certificate of said and every one hundred dollars in amount so sold, for and the
during
or the be, gh'e:1 receipt receipt -
tw'eiity-fivc thousand dollars, to be countersigned by may i is liable shall not thereby he discharged from collecting and paying
t IPtroUer with the original application' and certificate, in the ofiice of the : year next preceding( the date at which the assessment such tax
of conditioned the and and
Public Accounts to principal
i ; pay over the same, but shall be, and ho is hereby, required empow- shall be made. o
: .1'eht of said loan in the in tho section, Register, whose duty it shall be carefully to preserve tho same, and and enforce the
manner provided foregoing ered to on and collect the said taxes, payment
; to enter said tract in the name of the applicant or applicants go Sec. 3. Be it further enacted. That every agent partner within .
"wcubonj or bonds bhalPbe deposited I for safe-keepingin the office thereupon m the sang manner that ho or should have done, had
of t from the Treasurer's that the therof coul this State, of a Commission House or Jler '
shall
and if it receipt
Treasurer and the appear his advertisements and Comm in
of this State, upon same being so deposited, term of office ;
thesnjdTreasurer shall transfer the amount or amounts borrowed, to whole of tile purchase money has been paid, then the Register shall sales hs lands, or other property expired, for unpaid al taxes, and:all his other chant, located or residing beyond the limits of this Sae, h l; be assessed

the account of the General fund, to be used as other moneys be- give a deed, but if it shall appear from said receipt that only a part acts shall be valid ; and ho and his sureties shall be liable to tho and pay every year, a tax of two per cent. upon, gross," .

I"S'ng to that fund, and paid out in the same manner and for tho6aue of the purchase mooney has heen paid and bonds given for the IntI. same extent they would have been had not his term expired. amount of all commissions received, for and durmg th yearnelt.pre i
that thc Register shall hive a certificate of purchase ceding the date of such assessment, by such agent or by
purposes. ante, ill case Sec. 2. Be it further That any laws, or parts of laws, partner
:fcc, 3. Beit further enacted, That it shall be the duty of the as is now required Ly Jaw, and withhold n deed until the applicant or conflicting with,the provisions cndced of the foregoing, shall be, and they the said Factor, Commission House,or Commission Merchant! through '

c of the twentieth day of July in eachrnn npp4icants shall bring 0. receipt from the Treasurer, stating that the the agency of such agent or partner. t
JDptroUer public accounts, on hereby, repealed.
arc Sec. 4. Be it further enacted, That nil )law, herctofcre "
tvery year, to draw his warrant upon tho Treasury for the n- last instalment has been paid. passed the Senate, 7,1831. Passed tho House of Representatives, passed- :1
-untf'atcrcbt due upon the loan orloans provided for in the fore.going I SEC 3. Be it further enacted, That tho Treasurer shall keep in January[ 13, 1851. Approved January by tho Governor, January 22, 18I.j imposing n tax upon the Agents ofForcign Insurance 'Companies, :
I; : of the received and disbursed the agents of foreign flanks, the agents or partners foreign Bankers
Actions, and hand the same to the Treasurer, and upon his rev his books a separate account moneys
the him of the School Fund, a separate account of tho Brokers Commission Houses or and upon Insurance
account Merchnt
fccl"1? same, lae shall transfer and over to the Common by on '
pay Xo. 42.
thc J'und, to Le distributed in the manner now required by law, moneys received and disbursed by him! on account of tho SeminaryFund CHAPTER 333.-[ ] Companies, he, and tho sanio are rpato. ,
AN ACT fix the compensation: of Tax*Asscssora and Collectors. Sec. 5. Be further That -' '
of tho received and disbursed t cmzcl vr
awe ants therein specified from the General Fund of the State, and a separato account moneys t t" agents partners -
and the said Treasurer and Comptroller shall each keep on the books by him on account of the Internal: Improvement Fund. SUCTION 1, He it enacted by the Senate'and: House of Repre.scn.ta'ivcs or other persons, doing the husinoS or pursuing occupation-*:*
f}hi j5 : : in General convined That taxed in the foregoing sections shall bn for the
the Slate Florida Assembly tax,
office :: t the of of :
an account of the said loan showing tho amount bor- [Pnssod the Senate,Decentbcr,2I,1Paced t t Imi e <.f Representatives?" plrsonaly.liblt
rowed li the amount paid thereon for principal: or interest, and shall December aJ, 1850. Approved by the Governor, January 0,1651.J tho several TaI- esors.amI. Collectors of this State, shall. receive cs hereby imposed, and in case. of I' pay.th.e saine. 1,.





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.their -- -- ---- -- -
property, real J and -
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shill
in Uietame pcrwnal, be subject to seizure and sale --- __._ _
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and -
msnaw the payment, shall aLso ----- -
as file --
of a -
other duplicate of. ---
(PaMcJ the Miiic of property delinquent tax payers. the President of the Board of ald report ia the office of F [btJoribt dou-n -1n.
Repnveet t&onm :
JUfMIJ 21 l il irfll.Juurj 1S 1551-- the Scaaie shall County Commif!ionersv.which report l. .anti-compromiser, and brand iiimM '
Jhe -
-Afpnn* br iLe specify same item* as __
are
GOTCRKTJicoiry 25J IBjJ. repaired to be a traitor and of .
) cord required in the set forth in the re unworthy confidence. u.-----
foregoing section lo'be "of .
Sec. 4. kept by him. : We quote from the Richmond "
Be it 1 farther rncd J That Enquirer anextr.1ct IIAs
if
CHAPTER TALLAHASSEE: be of
35S-[Xo. -17.] i* or are any person or perons who ----- in .btr
law and
required point kt it be '
by to fake am a license - remembered an 1
AX ACT f' Ui c rt* broc-Lt izttiut or their shall exercu hi*, her SA 1JRDAY. FEBRUARY-22. 1851.GJUBS off.**! to IL,
SUie far respective that
lure. callings business the
Enquirer has been
or
ever able to the
frcrro occupation shall an and
I. Be it rnaeted by tht sell or ofler for let keep, present

; tatirt* of the Slate j'Florida in Senate and Jlotitt of RtprrNn. obtained license sale,traJe exhibit expose or hire without having first tF NOtice.-ReT..Tao] **Till- preach- determined friend of the compromise, but it i ted to as
General a so to da from the aa :
hereafier DO slave or slaves *haIJ be AwrmWy rtwmW, That the same, he, sis officers required by law to isae i in the Metbodist Pro t st ni Chorea in Tallahassee, is not willing to seo the true friends of the the elftact a ....
brought
shall
or they, be liable Secretary
or sent into this to all
State SatbJli 6C
from I the and every
any place beyond th limits ties therefor pains penal afteraoon at S} o'clock. Feb. 2i South set schemers u Sa,
lured there* f, (or the cf now fixed by law, notwithstanding upon by for Congressional I- Union" Dtoj "
purpose being rin
out, without such *>r .
lken -
person personi
a .
or marter of a id flave tL+re&r being fir>t tetcn out by the owner may oScer.have paid the tax fixed by Jaw cpoa sach license to the 1W1s. honors and emoluments, without uttering New York, in Lh; orne.iere j b" \
flave proper
or ,
the The l
or
Northern an I.e
master in the acnt of ?uch owner cr mail, doe yesterday indignant protest the in Wik "
manner Pawed tie Home morn- against paracidal &.ibStanee
the tax for such provided by law for ukinjr out licence?, and I JJ r(ntpresentariTW, JaaMry 4. 1S51_r sl the Seaaa, ning. had not arrived the I blow that seeks their 10 f'traill .
Jierne 16 1.-
Jijl at time of immolation cod.r
shall! be twenty-five dullar J -Afi**\eJ by the Go, Nl', Jasozry 2 going toI : e are t.
for
mch slave l$51.; Can t "
eo brought} or "nt b- fide the fees of the clerk for any press to-day. High water is doabtlcss .I l't.or aar pIaie-bciUer in thl State i'Cb-m"be to *ie \ Iold .10

cene"tieb fees hall be issuing such Ii. cause of the the and hi;h handed federal doctrine "Dpt.Q Jl.dminWration
collected I failure. *,
r >y the ShcriJ at the 'CII.1PTJK The Eastern mail tainuJ by Mr. Boti 6
the tax is colierted tame tim 3G.1.-So. 5i] in Li? laie letter I He demand Coristitutiou&e.iti5itanythjn

Sec. 2. Be AS ACT ftSJcrKJatarr cf tie rerJ Aeia now h f tee this morning, is alo behind. ttt ererr man in Virginia vho opposed the late .eo. t..! .
t cocoe
farther rekiinj > tie
narird, That if slave siill mut 6-J tW sat- e mwnore hooll U driven 1 I
be ;
any broo ht t< cot of rtfkw ,
.C.CIlU. II
-'I.z
or ent to this ; thn.e sri
State (
We tat
r in.
andi booU
hired oct without a licn' SECTION 1. Be U enacted the understand that intelligence has be eru'bed a.. mt-n.ies to the afactJ hdr .! I
e being taken ly Senate and A coco- i
I.Jt 31 protidOO in tte fONO'-'r.i". .. ,_ H nte try mo<
-- -" :IVU, .L LJ ta s or 1M iia (,(hDri.L. _, .;.,. r"u' l of Eepretrn-. been received of the extraordinary.prodactkm! Yet,the Wlirsor the phtfonn :;, 1
Ehall b' liable to a douhe O"OrD'r or m! r t 'reof -- e. -.-.. 1 r.m Ju'lL ron najsajre through Con- eYU'JT nnJ' _" ...____. .. of tLe ( _' _
"float -
I -
.IS 1
tal. and Ibf ij flue daU be the tax upon Auction sales shall be gre or me \ jNsJeralL-rn Uax Ull.ju where is V.JQ
00 IhJJ r
seized by the Sheriff and hired to two per centum upon tae jrross eaciencj i>ui, which contains; $' Carioa1 cam lire one year, cr let one the evidence of '.
all ttt until the said double tax and amount of sales, except on sale* of Electro ., irhhoct it f
cooon an pa tioa 'I1.e
expenses and lee net damaged, Viich appropriation of 875,000 to LJ I atteniptin to enjoins
are realized from the hire. there shall be upon pay the Volunteers the pnfcieal elements Into the Preskle-t
of the
a tax: half of
Sec. 3. Be it 1ur14 one one per cent. called l rn.t tn. nv.t violent c nEver Iaw8 l to ,

ire the said slave be rnjrffd.. That the cad licence shall author. Sec. 2. Be further e.wed, That no tax Auction sales jhall oat by GOT. Moseler) ia 1S40. the Federal G harping cpnn the increase of r 'wa in --has this been dooe"? < t1fr .1 I
to
hired uvernmtntaiJthe IT
out, within be assessed diminution of h in Texas '
is paid, for the county where the tax or levied by any county or incorporated town Daily Jfail to State, he i. not' otitent with the undertook to eZerfertGr 'II
one or in acon.
sear ely thior
or le sbr-rt
thi any of
any time, but for tim State, dJcin to re- Lor .
no longer than than absolute laws
What
me greater twenty-five has de ht
year ; and a fall tax twenty-five dollars Sec. per centum upon the Sat? tax. become of the daily mail we Old ,'T3 r"t1 every man in this vaUmficd over Ler 0"
'Be
thort shall be paid, however 3. iJfrLzicnaed, That 11 G-naniMitrealUj irho differed istration i ,
the & Auctioneers in I.e
time
for which who have were to luTe between with him. optmftJ was
said slave is hired. this and J4 Jfnu rl very
retofore city .Maeon > 6tti,
been I! of& teaaciow
Sec. appointed according to law I and '*ille. the 0
whose on
4. /! it further comnissicni Has 1 the 1I11 bject of the lot* tionaloath .
enacted That hive Department Compn.'mije It
bill th provision of thi? Act not yet expired and all\ Aucliune-rs who at Washington i, mare Ecerr.ari threatened r.
be siiall K entirely caliod
applicable r afcprLe r i ca to come down Tex-
o Iy to the counties of Franklin pointed hall afi- forgotttfl it !rID cpro Hi* kcee. to the Fed sharp point of ,
Monroe.PMW Ecarnbia and I hold their ice daring the period of ?ii years tin the the proposals (or the service eral GoTeraotnt, and jietl abvioie and the! Federal Inror

date of their appointment Pnr&d on this s cbcnisyk-Q to the cneopditional dare do :
: That route an t.
Auctioneers of
nothing power that act
>I tie Fzti' apointod whatever Is said griTemmest in *o wici
D all
*et=Vr 3f. 1?. the as to things f So i
Tsf sA by Governor man i.
the to
the t in Tti
ITcraw
during vote
the
of
lirts,Jiauiry K, J53I of r r .a- Tcf-i tho General Assemby shall the ilaily promised minlarityi'1 Cfo rw right The Admin
-AjfS'OTed so *
by dw Goreraor,Jarsiry 3,15.)1.Cn.M"1a hold! their office only until the end of the session of the Central Wfll promptly last summer. oo Int a great qtKt*fl tocrhii the ri.ht* of th* iocth. itself i Ktio3, U t
As not our a: the pril cf I to "
frcmbly next after the date of their appointment.the I delegates in Congress attend to partr be he Whig tncondrtioGil I.> rip'tj'-in bv upon Constca'Jowl riaS

359.-[Xo. 45.] the Hocsfiof Rer :tAires,Jisnurv 4, 1S51-Pi"*d tie & this matter before it is too late We must while all the country Dtinoaat cry out or rnce any!thin-* I'I00 a very high duty to p orj,, \
TeU
quiet'
A..ACT. torrotils f.r iLe colkctka rf Uxt1, =! tijbwar dw*, tciistSrcrio.v free .htLL-7 7, IrOl-Apprwved by ti* Uo,triMr, J. LUin12, l. u1 have this mail, gentlemen, and we can have rille exdteznent the OOorr.&Ue cmtknwl from DO core. anobbed-she mast be driven
d
I 1.1 ).. i it if shall be '
you will besdr no race DO and must be enforced_
voarselres I little. that excitement quiet and
a hal! a3
1. lieu C7IlJr! d ly he. Senate and House of Rtp CU.1PTEJt 301.-[Xo. 53.] I bv fure! tLt the be more bitter than it rr wi So mote it be FilLao

laiheA of the SMe of Florida in General rrn- .\ ACT t r'O'ri.ldr the First Prii. iato the dust n"O-crimj7onji' r* I'hn3 h* trarsple i J nut cow, Jo k '
1 Co-OOt'"S' iples
whenever for the AtstrzHy confe-itd, That pacwit f' Jtrc'a .H.1fro\t pl -State Bights. dishonored, degraded, and their picture A law OQ t.\t:4-
want of SECTIO 1. Bt iJ In these be T rr ,
naraes
property there shall I b* 211dCd liv_ Se &no r.n.llbu.tt days, uhen ttomped with enacted la
a ailure to men trea- n. The
collect "r boldly Wliijj pa-sai-
*
taxes due this Suite, from any free negro or free mulatto! Zafires lf the "a1e ff Frorida in (;IN'l1 A'3'z'5g ( Iltprt.stJ.//I doctrines proclaim II I were noo-cuajpromisers, ire disclaimed bv him. irt p I plain provision of the ConsKa i;

1 Ihe. in_, in_ a e1 "Lenet" r ani fr _nf''Tn._._ n. .r ..,_.re'Jinz._ _t &om and aiiL'r-- thp--- n,.-.;-.-.. .,.f. ,..I..:. .'.1.u., .II .'.YJU_:_ ___o1T. antagonistic.. to State rights, and fit fur to belong to the parry which h- w a out to ay build tn1| 1 to be enforced the ia j ..
-- t 'Ur.J hi.
r In ut fQr nr.Jn. IIIUuUW 'uau a* Jurors of ftM to i-erTf. iuentIy t ndi1g! turrence con. lidatiO1; up, OTTO special benefit He dl-o citr i of Bo4- .
.
rlnnacce Inqaest *all I
ro
f road u-rk or Witness at : .P& ; .. t i e fluimfifitsi
2M ae stance -- .1iIl ?? of tl-
tbt're -
of l .mt ?
faikre to collect the fhaJl be a this State and who any Coroner in I c to the principles u+ -. jn:.. ._jIWUCT ,-_ e = -?? .... i.___ .
amount adjudged agiLiyt him shall so serve, shall be entitled J tc-kl by the auo.u -- -'-0"4 U.'I" .
- &fault for or her for such to the same I patriots uijiic-j ue uuu h I UL tbtitman suited, mobbed. --.,
comc
want of property oct of which the pensation as Jurors the same to be of f the revolution but ::>m Screaraer'TJle The officers
paid out the cannot be
same shall be Staf of They mut of
it shall b. collected.: Treasury utility in acree to a i
lawful for any Justice of the upon: the presentation cf the !jj! whkh. if recognized. iriH r"'fry eminent are POw rkc3 Gt
Peace ceradcaw of the gi're to On
ad 61irrarwJum. ariinst jch free to i iae a writ ofeajnas qut. Corcnr holding; the in- j helping to form a correct popular opinion.-. abolish! ilarery if it plea.e.. an-J take re-* the rght tn What does the to en/brce ti Iz.,

n"gro or free mulatto We therefore ":boo ocr property
aY.JIlnt for the n-iojve. AdmbistraJija
of j publish Thw
taxes due to-day the u what ?
so or for the condemnation Sec. C. B. further (nnded, Test in a 11' celebrated that Ltntlemin's ., we nrsst eocie to. if never, it Sn.
inquisition would
faalt, icceth with all J money in such de- I hall! be when it : Resolutions of Madison and :Lese cant earned What i seem tie
cost* therein made to Jefferson it I *
tfc
tazed. appear to satisfaction of known Why, the whole
show
a jury r.f South is be the : .
Sc. inquest, that to cunrtJ
2. lie. ii the >
further a felony has been lli I Virginia .i1 country what
of execution brjed exerted. That it shall be lawful] byirtj committd, it -tatt be thIS duty ftfthe Coroner hold anJ ht'utuckle5 lations of n the qnastion eitrrsiiriannz th rrncrrapromi Bat what do sta2 te ia 11.101-
any in
a* afore3id for the ; such inquet, forthwith the 11&a5 and 99. rc. and cfiNNja:ntly a he I \\1Jr
elcor.it.n. and c1Th'r exeaitin the said upon rendition of the verdict, to i hue They will be found to cooj2i-rt nvx riorf.J and t'rribe h u
must !
rjch offer his! em- cmue between pocket his
i hereby required to levy I warrant, to be directed to any hw&l oS rcr to bodv the principles parties.Vtilw Southern En ff al tw ty-fiTe thousand
take the ize and eiecuts anJ for the
0 bo cpc-n which &bolitv
efcg
of re. the State such tarn ,
rights are
y delinquent to apprehend the pourfr; rheir Constitution r r
against whum jch person or I titi'Ali in:. tie Sonlwm _. __ pef which
persons suspected of' .. T .
execution L1
hive is= such U".ei 01 J"" .. .. > wa ,
-. and such may i and bring him her felony, j I f :lDd of tIle ----- ant.1 u.n '. 51) 'ti-1 I
e.
d-iinqrcnt so taken I or them before Justice prnt ua conknd- T a repeal of the ;- j
entire 'ln
safely to keep ujt.til said I I orae of the Peace 1 slave law. worta
a
execution i* di-chanrf-d dealt to be i; ed and can any cth button for
with are
now tom
and j Tr.in Bwtoa.
satifi'. according to law. contending. 11.ell'C in- C o nt to & > S c. 3. Jit ifurther Sec. 3. Be j I d -ed the gttooi to Southern i"> dan 13 nuffiflcd, and tie "
'
enaried That further ixjLt? CV uld sh .
if fountain
!! e.i'zd"Y. That in great thafxitkrat -
any : ent ia cas I of i
source
where *
taken elocution any State riirbts eite v f Would a =
a it
a
aforesaid. shall! not and 7J.T' n examination: : shaH! d put i and out be direct aid to th-ar elegant phrase of the
crn-d should
diycharz d
piy the e by the j i be Vt'ocld Lare ? FL'tnorthe!
tenn of same within the ne-ce-3ry of I thoroughly studied c* t Kxk.
five jury in. and a varfltre be
days from and a5er qfjcst, it shall b understood mre d-sserriii-j forced
the time levying I ? the duty of the Coroner to Scth. an-1 give to tfc* off foob for
him their
them ; her summon by Southern ratr
upon ,
ofanv or a Phyician errfc urajec troaUe.
such execution or Surgeon men at tho iit to tie aV Dtkmiiti
as aforesaid it shall and to perform" ministration ne _.
be to
fr may lawful amount of ,'l come out in h.. which
oiHrer ure. The ual 'We
u
any cx.'cttinand lien therefor cofnpen doctrines bold and are
fxujilrr
shall be morJr
levying och decided irresistibly and
writ by the deducible tray arov hi "
of the to advertise the sale County ComraH.ioners 1 that intctk* to be planted i
services on the
of the of
f f
eoch County in them fccibrodiar' hu platform
which | rom
dfJIcqa-nt siil examination are j' of
or delinqrjcnt to hal! have directly ownttr upMi icr. dciJeJ. tie C'
will jny and di chare -och any p"rcn x\ho Comptroller bern acid. and the opposed to the dogmas f".r the purp>e of tion," never
execction, with tie cosl of the State shall l audit the : of the modern them weakening her a." incitin? moves a bet
mill for touch ? accrued and ac sanv, uv.n tt.e certificate consolidationi-ts! to strike f. r ? peg w
i victory Drnot
of
; who
advertisement tbafl service?, for the shortest space of time ; which said said Commi be
Sec. of tlr
by 4. Be it | the States p :
ponin at two or nx re public paCiu! further rn'.1t! r. That all Laws rcril elavery shah be aV. I' so much rubbish. I Ii
the of -fcrd.
or
law br and
coony where wch pnrj mil dt-nvinar them I that this
%vrit shall be itating ajrain thi* ?, any rights cootant vigilance: tx the JCTlr !
exec' Act be whereby the I'
and such and the acts of f tion
sale same w-ranty our which
Lall
t.ke > J nt are hereby pnTperfy i* has
place before
sach
the repealed. I 1 a
same shall have been T-i the 11rie majority, be cesiry that with all lore f
the
of they I
advertised :1.. r.ever so hot-traded If C
it shil! be ten day, and January 17, oppressive Southern Citation
by public Aoiaioa at the Js.u.Y .1 1 i., : J.I-Pt- l tie Sc-ta'-e, tice and .Jl-\I''"JTtJ tb. ( can be i Eea.nzrI I premier
j jdiArrrs Wehst
place J'J'r M'J questioned "
advertisement. designated in such > : Il ... 1>::1..: or resisted. e are -weak t'D ot-n. and have no Inn** > V1I? tand .' .SlJ1:
fvr d .. __auait_ r { krk TV AMK. f
S re liT.. :.rUr1). .L. I els.e If.
4. n, it .(,1...... __ -- --- : ? r Bo t. oo,JO; .
aere4i! ?l-al-' -be-tor the ;I..IJ. J D 1 an. npro cr mulat1.l, IH a 365.-[No. -.] I The South Carolina Election. tom may think of efteral a}"iCtko.or r.f purtii?the 5octb--I perfectly welcome to it.
in
tine .\ election f ople a condhioa
fr >
taken zad held in r wbich he, Eb,. or tn >y may be sold, ACT la am n! An *i ct trt :'ed .\ri a-t fir ihe for dclfgat to the Conven anrj <>f incapacty to protect tie.V; Bat a word more. Since
proCoc of f rt.y. it
on I
frerviurie. Fisheries tkrtLy is
inrninc !
and tbe
in all! CIC1.c1 0.e too: did II or rthrmr
penahics respects JiaWe to the same ( I1-1lid.1. .\f'f"rlJJ.. .n.kr J 7. b.:: not brio; to the polls in the uvtitutjca*, he 1Ii'ill find that of their that the .\dmini.
aldtre3.tmeJt and bound SECTION 1. Be it city of r I ] the grrat t"* cf tionu "
to perfona enacted ly ike Senate j | vtU 2y WhY. I a Lio "
service and Charleston a* Deny
her any which his House rI I "
their "T".i.t. vjll -
or owners of Repreten'atirtsof aa large a number never er- '*rf a Consdmnonal"
the
re Stair of w trach
i. zcay Pn'n"1 ia i the si2 masner as slaves! of Florida, in (rtn'ral Amenity I voters M I J'tate tf cVsradanVo f "WTlat! r the a one a! that, a
was South
arc conrened That Re qer r
several the expected. The K the 9
Tax Collector of the whole number i Jknny cat-, nirbi i aa to the former
Sec. ;. Be farther in rl'pr'chCounties of thi State and : 573. was only until over qutKi ar ady decided. views of its head,, ,
those The may
Counties nothing
mzcifdi That if where the Mercury rencaaa but hair a.Td j be IIJt
ffi ShrrhTi tail aniB.
i : ti- Haj
law says t the he
M ar.y negro by
for term of time c-r rnuat n. Tat et oftcio Collector of I /i/r"tt-d. (ino whose a- I recanted his
a al reQjd, shall *-, there the several : "It is hsnd ilr. Eons r.roeeso .
run from hi her herifT'hall be unt- f'ecIedIJ.EmaU .th. I tons ?
sway ? ex play Ha
owner or or their ojicio Commiioners though i iray norch j ? he
owners, s ch Fisheries cf no triutcphasdy withdrawn
in one ortr the his
prsoni of color and for their could! have land. aio?>h .QIirion
be&re upon summary respeciive Countieand the 'I I anticipated, under the Iavtry and: aniatarnate thr niillkc !i letter ..
Juitic complaint of
any of the Tax Collectors said several 1 circnmstan- :* cf:* 1S3?
Peace. and] : t the r rJfl Tih by which
shall and be Shrili* are ce?, a large poll The J whitej! That the I he ob.ained
dJP.1LJetb; time for may condemned to terve hereby required to pertbrm all candidates stood abolitoeil r .ay do what thev in e3t
duties
which hrt, she, or they "shall have required by the Act to w hich this i is the |f fore die public on the be-1: j i>tf, under the furra of arts r-f Ccier" j Congress, where he signalized
which run away, I an amendment, of the Commieioner same ground and ; B-tt. and Mr. iitl8fIfit
;
there -
\ plan -il1 :
service iimraarycoropiaict may be made and condemnation for more of Fi-berie and snail 'he vested with the |j flacked f therefore, all the influences hare die it. tcinpt th in to d> it. and wi> n tboy j rotwg to receive abolitioa

awarded by any Justice of the priiiJes'es, and be same powers and i I test for of a con : the Jarwr policy will bep) tiera petitions and in
Peace often subject to the J the to '
it earrr
raid as and Jon same liabilities and success of ;: out if need Yielding
as free as be.
: Giddaigs
regro or mufaJto! so eoW. ball ; imposed and be-iowed that penalties; as are }I same time principle, and at the : the over the nans of tiv* .. from resoiutins of
continue by Act the
S to run aU-3" upornhe said j abolitionist* have drtK b.t-cv1 j censwe
c. 6. Be it CornrnU-ionerr. grave responsibilities what hue introduced
further Sec. of the tLey dree bra
2. Rf of His Whirr
enidcd. That all law and of law! further (n.acIFrThat the fice, restrained: i eountryiEtn caa-t be traitorj j member from r inia''
csnsi t part in- said Tax men from f.n.ll't-
n: with tHs POT!ioni of the aid .SherinV Collectors and I seeking it br mJ.i tkJ" ___ _rp. like. dr-j. *.1 f That's the '
this act, be and the who are tx oficin Tax peals! to apf' lc:t to L.u'" H." ,a' l *.ol >m-TI tred .
repeakd.Pk same are hereby Collectors, shall be per-onal 1rti3lit-. Add t1t'I:1. -- -" -"" m.
this if -----
to required to aa al..IrirJO
give tie
'J.
an additional
bond I law CunzreU .. I man,
ai Commissioners I calling the pa. v act especially if be
ce
tie J : of 'i hprifo in I convention fixes ir i itnd! thi i i. rqrsrJ J of Northern
>, the the instinru
ra Jcnarr tri) oboe Tliousand no time for true
21. 1; 51-P&, J tie IJ"c dollars, eon ilicled for its assembling!! I of the philosophy of the pnaci-! arrogate to
,1CJ.7 ;,1* Apfftwtd d Rf : :1".III, of their the faithful performance and we have causes pies arecrable centJe himself by Eicb-soiindi
1- the jvrer&jr duties a< uch. enough to ,
Jsscirv 5, IS51. account for an I D-I root nt-ry bfy: krw. in the of Contfcriceal

[rpa- J the>en-ile,Pe'-ember )6.1Pa.Cc.M I choice*f delegates apparent apathy to the j J''tie eontrv. thai ift1, fiziice ar r *tal.e of f ksonn?,"and I tbt.

December:3 b the H :fi'tae f aaj
-\Pi''u1'cJ the is GiJd;
Ly Governor as to tie prr'P'rJ
Dccembtr any bd:1 !,King,
CUPrJR 300. 31, IS..O.j] great questions L Twill "icarcli
-[Xo. 19.] with the connected' o?by "tTriir-ris a&J I j WSmot and cOers of
eir
objects of the that xzxi .
}, ACT! ta KSK&: Aa Convention i itslL"The thy w
d'knit efr(4 art prorvJ'x-& the pvr&if* oa tL* rari of tic State, CHAITER 3Gfi.-[.Vo. !;.] I Mlowinggendernen II coald be'ab be-i i .:o, aad tz lzzzafai as wiih.fiia- tier i consdcdocaj form Every sta! eC
? tb.e.oJ .
"a.w were elected !
:p\lTeJ from I cal .. .
\
cr-fyiinon
Jjcuary ACT .J c-f n.de:1 ?
11 t. cbe thoStaJe
) i?. V -. Ti
SECTIO'C 1. B ; ,_. __ : fit J ffst r r an.l Ch3rIt! ton : .. and tiai tb* of ...J.. 1.__
1 NJn-f",1.. l ."' we oompoer.:1 tfixi ff*V A C *.;"" I i. r-pea__. {.fUaa -- -" D hu
-- -- wr .A. ..1 : r. rtat i- ". com!
"Y >cune aM J II'JUt' -- -- -- i from i: i
of CI:" ti --- -- "' hands
Lus of IM ll'j en'lJ ---c'.11 2oj t
Max I Sth potted ** .
ttvrida os
GJ .l in tjencrat AssesrMy SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the I angdon Lneves, Y1'. Jmlev any sje T**"* Jnu5C tt if tie a eontitntionaJ ph

any lacd is ht ronren&l, Jhawbenever litrs Senate and 1O.J.ft nf Jlepreena' Fro!t, C. M. Edward I reer.e.Tykd_. b.r Jlr. Bit::, ] pober {form. In goxl
>oo: in for the State, the of the Slate of Hfrida in Turman, R. W. th. i ear-i c I socra, then, when
one year shall be county tax for General Atsrmbly c-jntrwd F;. Darn well, D. i I '1'&J'1 Sa-'. tie ffrrftr theip.
included in the amount for which the from and after the of tlm Act That I linger, R F. Dmkin: Charles ciILtt rttir' .a ce .e ; r.-a. porters of the Adsifnistradon
passage the Macbeth the teH the
makes the tax collector several Snlicinr A. free Statw
purchase, and the State shall of this P. Butler l. to "<* conj
Us collector shall receive a.ic W. } repeal of tiw law -r a of its
an annual Hayne -w Jd b beacues
the Dr.
to of John acd
liT the aid pay county treas salary two hundred and : I Bellin- ereadv PK?* d tnd cccsdtctiona
county tax, in the same and no more, payable fifty dollars! ger, Mitchell King T. i j if once carried, aai tie afinitieJ
manner ave* b t
as now quarterly at the Grange hey shocld
Simons z'n to
law, to of authorized by Treasury of the Stat' Tho-1 I they tiit r&y. a* pcint oat with
pay f-xpenes :idrertifinr. Sec. mas by thousa.-, ,
&c. 2. Be it furthr-r rnacif-d. vhrtl3gra.t.? C. that a "tate cf note ant:!con-
That airwotL
Sec. 2. Bf in addition C. Memmin- ar'e whirh i raen, its
it said D-J
furtJt/r tnaclrd That hey shall to salary :er, E. McCradr gooi rsia can particular
lands bought in for the State receive ten dollars for John CunninghamJohn scrrtrarl I cnFIa.e fcct with I constitutional i iia faftrs,u

accordance with the provision i ? rtbc act to which in L case?, and in those cases every CtD\-jrtim, except in capital Schnierle, T. O/ElKoL these days of new
this is they shall parties and
ment, and an amend receive 3 cew .n ,
not redeemed twenty dollar and
within the time every case conviction ; in impl-tearted
cred prescribed, shll be execution shall i issue Candidates for repabKcaas
cr'n"i 1S52.
as belonging to the Common against the convictel I are aj t to rile]
land School Fund, ani all sale party a; in ordinary case, in which shr.il l The HCTT Union The N. Y. ''something
of Evening
r-aid I Mirror rotten
thereafter made ? >c taxed Party. edited ia :. "
shall be made by the Kr co t of prosecution, the fee as a part of the We by one tvernrnent a Go-
the rule ; -ter, tibj ct to all I hereby allowed, and the arc told that of Fillmore's
regulation*,ani restrictions which ceed to collect the same and Sheriff shall pro I great annoyance ia felt i office-holders, in giving its ad. plumes itself on its "pbtr mlS"

Le impo*ed upon the sale Seminary land arc now, or may hereafter succeeding court after conviction, make and return if he of hi? doing? to the next |; by certain parties North and South, wheneror hesion to the Union Party"*humbug, shows and is at the same time obJivioca of at or

; this "
Paiawd the Senate, DcccmLer la collected the same and return that he ha? not j; Union Party" this scheme its i faith by the nullification under
IS-I'a'.1 the knows f of proposing its
Decuobcr 24 Hotw .rI' () no of th I office following list of r Terr nose !
( : property
:
T! convicted holders
1Yi-.1jprorcdby tie Gwcrnor, DcctraUx 31, 1Si. out (which it can be made, it shall be the party j and seekers-is n.imed. Such I names from which to make a
duty of the an as- Presidential L
of this State, upon certificate by the cVrk CV-mptroIIer j j sertion i is" flat burglary I ticket for l-ioU Jenny liad ia 1i'ew .
of that fact : since the I th.till J
like
allow said fee and to audit and thing, : ran fire in the nr Uod"i f
CIUM"ER the same shall l be : a the North .84)far ?; c n tit wu ir
301.-[Xo. 50.J paid out of the public Treas is concerned, is a most miscra- prairies : oa theJi pki r ft a: TCi.t
i The
AX ACT ury.Scc. 1 blo p ws-e.3eftheotcke.
the
allcrirg failure.
mode an1manrcr of redemption of las Js 3. Be I There, out of a hundred ForMILLARD PrrziJ./: vasova-afO/OtX
further
pcrcaasci enacted and sixI .Thr r The ok.-e
by the That all Prt.r/-t seat ITT ;
f tste f-T Uxcs. laws or I I odd :_ W" t .t l-
prtof law ty
SECTIOX 1. conflicting with this Act, be, and the Congressional delegates FILLMORE e en Jerstaad tEa ennI.c
Beit only cleren -RTALZES Ta1aiee
same csr L\did
enacted!! the Senate and House of [Passed the Senate, January 16 are hereby repealed. j cculd be drummed I DANIEL WEBSTER, LINN I: l fn.e gcce over
tire of the Slate of Florida in Ventral Rrprcifnta- Jacaarj I 1S51-Passe-l the IIoao of R up who had pluck GEX. SCOTT. YD. i>>Lear tie )-

the previous AstcmUy conrencd, That; 15jl-\rpro -cd bthe Governor, January prwcEtitiT I to take stock. Of enough 11EXRT HOWELL COBR
owner 1S51. these CLAY"
ofany real ,
eight DA Gorenier
estate purchased are from >-L s. cf
rur DICKL5QSJI
hie, her, or their heirs or i the Slate for taxes, I I rcore's own State :' HOUSTON THOMAS Virginia acdSoathGor. / gL
assign*, or CII.\M"In -one of Fiu.1 OORWET. .
any representative 307.-[No. whom is Floyd of
other thereof G.X Virginia
any person having interest therein, may, while the or .\ 'n ...1... ..,._:__ L ] 1\-ho, aft r tho gararri.a ( th. ,. Here's nn ** intl<>r-iWA deal of I I'I was reele&ed
--- o nm.a ckt9 r. an honorary
disposed and same is i -- !' 'H"v: to !
of; un. Ot:1tajbe e --- member Rkfuoocd
-' .
remaining the 1 11 of'a rC1'i.Itnoe "'U"3 of tie
of the Chief sucn
came by paying into the property the State redeem the ilxecnti Jbyistrate uf this '.. "r head-quarters, wrote home to his a pennysTorth ol ':. Cm.t th i 4'LIer-u- 1-1It3" -

treasury: the amount for SECTION 1. Be constituents;'I II Union" -\5ccaaon. HI his I tir
which ti 1
estate such real cna &l by tJic Senate congratulating them that men do better than of
was so purchased with and House the South to give
such ti* Sara acceptance: ht-
additional
the of"Rcprefntatircf notices
(f got not
State the it
sums of
as would of Florida objects
have houston j jssocialicn
in
accrued for General : an inch of and Tom
taxes thereon Corwin
if the Assembly convened territory the t .\
frame had the of That by I Why
not been um five hundred compromise gentle at
and I ;
purchased |
for dollars oanc length
State the l and olWnfc
and interest at the >e, and is i from men the r J
rate often hereby henceforth ghosts of the
\J"'r cent. to the appropriated, annually all the brave iiscriaiinatioa
per annum tb, defray territories men who
on for expenses cf were seal were in favor
met amount, from the date of the a residence for the of Southern lIWlUW'
ed welcomed
purchase Magistrate Chief Executive
and of the Corwin's
the this against by
from the on additional State. abhorred institution." Mexican friends t ures and
in sum with articles
day each of
in Out
year which the Sec. t trade and Wo di."rd
,
same would} have 2. Be itfurtlitr of the "bloody hands
When accrued. enacted, That twenty-sir to hospitable "
real the delegates Southern
estate so purchased, is i w> redeemed, the and he is hereby required Treasurer cf the State be, from Pensylvania, rise graves, would trade with Europe, 1 hI Iiies or
Comptroller ia
to
shall rebuko
place the only has
the of
certify fact the one been up such
to fool
Register of amount a ticket !
Public Land of the (;overnorfor the specified in the hand enough to take his steamers from Baltimore, XOr JJd

Sec. 2. Be further enacted, That the money paid for the [PasseJ the \Ihu.s.of Reprcstntatircs purposes stated in the firM section. I chance with the insurers-Massachusetts As appropas of this matter of Pre kknt- thinks that in these oi,4,

of lands redemption JanuAry 3 one, measures will l.e found a
purchased for the State for tales, .IJtIlIJe Jaauarj- t 6, l Approved by the Gourcor I5.jI-I'2.*ej tL. SeI:3te, Elliot, who voted for tho making, we quote an extract from
considered fugitive a letter sure and
as Jaaasry 13 blare in peaceful
belonging to the
the rules Common School Fund, and hall be governed by all lil.J and was not I".deetoo-tbis law, the New York Herald, dated desired means of aecotnp1ishi"tbe
regulations and O.\E l"Citclts"iz
restrictions which comprises : towards the 5ou
ter be adopted for are now or may hereaf. Cn.\I'TEJt 309.-[Xo. 5?. the entire amount of the .W. peace
the in
] n the
PaiweJ the management of that fund. AN ACT to provide fyf the contribution of New S OTO: Feb. 7. 1S31. matter slavery.. The foU vil u,

December Senate, December 20( I '..5t'd thell ISiO-Approved by the Governor year 144t. Illinois i- they L31"e a party watterevl about i reader an ide ofhis '

December 31, 1b.L41.tPTI& SECTIOX 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and If Michigan, Wisconsin, Iowa-each of i4. th1/important quttkniththeia LA somewhere, ; and I era! tone :

ta1rts rif t.e Stal or Pl- --,rik'- .in. I.I'_ _" _mute of Rerresen-i these cf*>Ilh tt tf\f\f; not ._ run t "00 C'U1 d it: an.1 ".. +. .__hov___ it'u" to t- r "
UKnu one will i- "h"a -'- show
aw. the accounts ol the Jl.slemb/rl 'onrl'11 ./, 'fbat --- --.IIUU 21. necessary to put the hill .n tT.1ffit tir.t to capital that danger beset3 it
several in
51.
10. ] olncers and privates of the I share So, then, ill the free *ios mc4a panies who volunteer com States the ojpriscfie vj.4 6e ""J-'I' speedily forth all r03
AX ACT were called out by the affair II Me .. put en-
in relation to Licenses. 1549 Governor of the State in the is a perfect abortion. It Rights rill: of the IMno.-ra4-y. fA' gies to remove it :
to suppress Indian hostilities be year j has not even kickec I is a delicate if p ible; bat that away" And lk-re lid
SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate services audited and allowed both for since its operation,and require only certain hope for the
and House of Rrprutn. supplies, transportation and untimely birth. But and the puttmsr of the cwk-ultatiiYi*tn ). : redrew of 50oiewrongs. rJ .
lal.8 of the State of Florida in i in money laid out and we are free to old wie heads The
General said tog-ether vhh
service I
Atsembly convened by the expended confess that in the fame ofthe leading ultra capital of the Unit :i cotiC'
That in
proper South
deliberate
hereafter it shall be the duty of each Sheriff this State partments of this State, so that accounting officers of the different de have been the \\ire-workers and that, too. ii a d.'licafe cmultat!
A tax for a license i* paid to him, to collect also the foes,allowed whenever privates such compensation for there shall} be paid to such officer and more successful ; and in truth, certain; ;tmle. the Southern procpcdircr.ultras are Bet concfliafod this i i. rently weak but ia reality strong, fortheCO .

aw to the Clerk for issuing such license by their services when the wholo organization the nationality of the Democratic merce of this
and proved at the from tW
his receipts shall same rate which is satisfactorily its incipiency party is gee; and mighty republic rests; upon
they do
cit the amount of fees thus received spe United established in the "as intended can nothing, and can effect products of the
him States of
by for Army nothing with South.
hail and the said Sheriff 1. similar services. theS solely and expressly for National can Iidate efore the a Oar ttoo, nee SI-
pay over to the Clerk the amount of fees thus Sec. 2. Be it market. a Therefore people. gar and tobacco uphold and Ue "
further enacted To it i*, Uut sustain t.
be
required That we
to be are
collected the convinced deposed to .
by him. Governor be of this hint cre lit the of America.
and he
is
hereby authorized and it is whi-pered in onr private Destroy these wd
,
ear, that JO:1
empowered to issue only to the Democrat crops
Sec. 2. Be further enacted, That it shall be the Comptroller, State Scrip through the office of the necessary look at Georgia and ie party in 1852 will be organized not 'obliterate North America frosi the tommer.
duty of only
the bearing six tho
said SherifiJ whenever a tax for a license is t three and per cent. interest, course of the notorious John Union"platform but upon & upon a cial of
paid to him, to I true du five years to an payatleiiiwo 3Iinor Bolts and that t'.rony .thm grounds, map nations. Divert them &om th.J
amount the first
not of
plicate receipts for such tax and fees, one of which hall he given to thousand dollars for the liquidation of the exceeding seventy-five Virginia. In Georgia the Unionists' rolU'fuiothe nllras step of will the be to reconcile, by libra! channels in which they now flow azd JOI1

the person paying the tax, and the other shall be filed by the Sheriff Sec. 3. Re it further enacted, That aforesaid claims. boldly and unblushingly proscribe .. back In thi.* way, a, backslider South* ,and to bnnjj them I l Iea\e New York and the North 1 like t&e bot.

in the office of Clerk of the Circuit Court and shall be made so soon as an appropriation didate every can church, by the exercise are recovered to the torn of the
the Sheriff. shall keep I by the Federal Government down to a town of chanty and the sea, which the waters have de5 -
a full record of all for the constable who convolution.ilr. holy oil o(r ed
taxes paid to him for licenses, which record shall I officers and privates of said Volunteer payment of such not affiliate with does dismal and forsaken."

specify the name of the person paying the tax, the date when posited ia the Treasury of the State the Companies and shall be de. :__ 1.- the_ consolidationista and f it;: Bright Mare has given notice eta bill fo amend the
paid interest ... _
the ; t.k is tOAA. AwrrL
"
"
for which the haJJ on said State UV Dnas Of'er I. :1 C.\u.xITr.-1OO Jch
purpose ----
same wall paid, the duration of said license cease, and the Comptroller of the Scrip schemes of plunder, and effective execution that /"vr"KJQ"arnore MAdams '
act,
and the amount of tax paid thereon which ed and Treasury is hereby authoriZe pledge himself to stand and l>y more ttrutyml paint was the Y.fo
record haJ! be open to required to issue his warrant the still and permit the f"1Ialti Thlt it to I* a recently snagged on I
public inspection. the holder upon Treasurer favor abolition rtcuuinl and 1II.* i
of
or holders of such majority in mulinoidsouiDe1Rorwy. sissippi river, having on board !2)
Scrip Congress On
his the p
other -
Sec. upon their to
3. Be it or band
SherifTin this Slate further enacted, That it shall be the duty of each the principal of such Scrip and the interest which application for powder the least vestige of Southern grind fo mnt&l a memorial Borland from who U also a doctor,has pre- I u ers, of whom one hundred and tlt'utJ-lrtl

on or before the days fixed by for the thereon up to the period when under may hare accrued We rights. to Arkansas, j.rajiu Congress
Jaw the }have alluded take eteps f.)r the were JrolrTled.I .
provisions caceable
mcnt over to the pay. i of this to Botts j
treasury of all taxes received for licenses, to file in interest shall cease to accrue. -\ct said of \'il" .- tiful Mand of Cuba, acquisition of the beau _

the office of ihe Comptrollor of Public The position he takes is of Havana anAL including the delicious attractina* I From a despatch in the J/1.
Accounts, a report of all taxes [Pawed the IIoa of Kepresootatircs identical with the the key of tIle Gulf CbarIet.1
which
is
thus received by him during the eh mouths j>rtcr to the date of said; January 13, 1S Approred by the, December Govcrayr 23 Jaauary, 1850-Paved the Senate -. j proclaimed creed of the Union Partyists"in to be What locked then up I in tIle More Castle. suppose- xre see that the Senate has passed a h!! ma riI

23,1 Wl.J] 1 Georgia and ,hcwhere. He Democratic We still count new National office of Lieutenant General to be rnof. cG

: t, would strike oak pblttm-il'I'r'llnt'Wrkoj SmdluTlIlir-) Scott It will b*remembtrcdi that M .
.' .. ;.and: if suit the South Jlt.
-- ., : better than. tho Xa- proposed tLia office for CoL Bentca.

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STATE EIGHTS. taithful to their : -po ---- -.-- '
_
:
compact, the -- .
according to ----
plain -'
ST. MARKS, February 21, 18il. was formed :: : -!-4 ,
intent and meaning in which it was understood Mr. C. E. DTKE-Dfar Sir: I am now here on dation to secure,and on which a a foun. AuctioneersA 'I I For Charleston, S. C-
Isolations of Mr. Madison in 1798. and acceded to the my i it was erected. The framers
by of
several parties way to join Capt Casey, as a subordinate Assistant Constitution the RE requested to notire the following Act of JI.lembly. { : TIIE Schooner FLIRT-to arrive in efrntr
RctcJccd, That the General Assembly of is sincerely anxious for its preservation ; that Agent, fur the of the Seminolen. were those who preferred revolut -CJL All who desire to have their terms extended f*, ten. days'-will return to the above
Virginia dotb unequivocally' express a firm ; does also believe, that to talce.from the States Can migration on and separation from the mother country to according to Section 3 of the Act. roust give port if Kuffirient cargo can be obtained. Parties dooiroun -
you forward me a copy of the act of last LcgiiLiture wbrnissions_ new bonds. of shippkig to Clmrlf tun. will please apply to
resolution to maintain and defend the Consti. i all the powers self-government and transfer. lo taxation by others than their JOHN BEARD I ICfJTnplrc.JI"

lution of the United Slates, and the Constitu.I them to a general and consolidated for removing these Indians by the State I I own representatives : they never would have I BRODIE A PETTE3, St Mark or

lion of this State, against every agpresMon I ment?, without regard to the special obligation govern i, should like to present it to Bow-Legs, aa I supposehe i consented to found a new Government, in Tallahassee, February 21, 1851. __:January SkXAUGIIT, 18I. Jt ORilOND 2 ,tf Newport

either foreign or domestic, and that they will and reservation solemnly agreed to in that i cm read it. I eLaJl endeavor to communicate with which: t the, miDoilyshouM be subject to the .y ACT amendatory of the tereral Acts wow fn ;

uinport he government of the United States compact, is not for the peace, and happiness, j you from time to time, ta circumstances may require.I a majority. The force relating to tht appointment anddutits of A ueStcriox FLETCHERVILLE HOUSE.

i jo all measures warranted by the former. or prosperity of the States ; and that there 1 induced the ApalacbicoLis to emigrate iu 1833. I Government they instituted was one of specific tioNcc7's. (nr SIGHT or THOMMVILLX CCOKCTA.)

The General Assembly most solemnly de. fore, this commonwealth is determined, as it I went to Fort Stanfbury in January, 1843 and tuld grants and enumerated oLject; all else was of Representatives 1. Be it of enacted by the Senate and Howe PRIVATE BOARD all thing*inclnd d,at I!0 per
the _
attachment the union of the CoL Hitchcock of reserved to the State State of Florida in General L. rnonth. Travellers acconin .at, mthovt Liquor
doubts to in
clares a warm to not its co.Statcs arc, not tamely fub. my plan bring the fugitive the people. To ale? Assembly convened, That the tax Auction sales '
upon a Leap cheaper than Cotton selli.
States to maintain which it pledges! all its mit to undelegatcd and consequently unlimited Creeks then in the southern p of Gad1e County. low one department of this Government, or. shall be two per centum upon the grow amount of P. P. SMTTILJannary

powers ; and that, for this end, it is their dutv powers in no man or body of men on earth ;. He went and encamped told him, uiJ think common agent, to usurp undele ted pO\el sales, except on pales of cotton not damaged upon 18. 1851. 6m

to watch over and oppose every infraction I in some eight o ten days be had lam DOW in subject only to the restraints which another: which there shall bo a tax of one half of one per cent.
; those principles, which militate the that tiCm department of the Federal Sea 2. Be it further enacted That no tax on Auction Plow, PloiVaPoiiits, Bars Ac.
of only it would be a dangerous delusion, werea my 55th ye. I located the place mhere 1 now live Government may Miles shall be ar'sorwd levied
or by or cf RUST have rcffiveJ assort-
any munty just a good
basis of that union, because a faithful oliser. confidence in the men of our choice, to si. near Quincy on the 5th November, 1821, tnj have impose, would be to render reservation not incorporated town or city in this State greater than HEIR of Hows 1'ltrw Points, and Ban; also

raoco of these can alone secure its existence leuce our fears for the safely of our rights ; that been a *'ubcriber to the Floridian i-bce 1 S3. I became absolute, but conditional in the end, probably,. I I twenty-five per centum upon tho State tax. Gra.\R BLvltA Scythe Blades, ajxl Cradle
and the public happiness. confidence to become SLO. 3. Be it further enacted That all Auctioneers Febrdiiry 1,1851. 4
is everywhere the of a to Mcan-a. Gonlon, Cnoe Co nugatory. tf
parent despotism fubrib1
That this Assembly doth and I & Ifthe rights of the State held who Lave heretofore been appointed according to law
explicitly subordinate
free
per. i ; government is founded in prior to the of their fun are
jealousy Peosacolo. and whose
I f'moTn printing jire" to the commiapion have not vet expired and all STIMSON & Co's.Ncw .
declare that it the decison
rmptorily& views of and in of the co.ordinate branches of
powers not confidence which in feeble
health
ThOugh 1 Auctioneers who
prescribesjlimitedconslitulionsto I Lope to li'e to rid the shall hereafter be appointed, shall York 5ew( OrleUtI.n4 Mobile Expre'
the federal government as resulting] from the bind down those we are oblig. my country of these troublesome Iudiat. Wero I Federal Government, the principal has hold their office during the period of six year from /10NNECTINO with the swiftest and 9

compact to which the States are panic as; od to tiuit with poxver. acquainted personally I tJiould Lave no doubt changed places with his agent, the creator the date of their appointment: I'roriJea That all V> Expresses between the principal mot Town responsible in-

limited by the plain sense and intention of the Inqnestions, oC power, then, let no more be immediate As the case ii o my with the creature. Ifthe Constitution can be. Auctioneers appointed by the Govern during the Maine, New Hampshire Vermont, la''ll\ChtJlt'tt"-
fICc"1 nosy take recess of the General;
instrument! constituting that compact, as no heard of confidence in man, but bind him the whole of this to i zuy warped and wrung unli its nature i ia altered, only until the end Assembly of session, shall hold their office Rhode Inland, Connecticut,Lower Canada. New York-
year Acc the of the General!
farther valid than they are authorized by the down from mischief by the chains of the con. best wULes, Ac. atompJ.AliCJJIHALU it jt iLt aud., .tie. States still coerced to adhere to A.pn,1r next afu'l' the datI'___ or_ th..ir._ .ro..mtrnnnt.. State_ ._Tfelawara.. .. IVnnTvlvania.__ _U Marvland._ ___ District ofUolumtna _
SMIllL n -
enumerated in and that incase ine union, have lost -'r..n Indiana tm); iiunoio, the W e crn State.
'rants compact ; siitution. tfcey the sovereignty they |Approved by the Governor, 13 1851.
----- January ,
the and Alabama River Towns
of a deliberate, palpable and dangerous The Right of Secession. won by the battles of the revolution, and the. T All the papers in the State will publish twice, and generally the prominent ML'wi.'wippi places in Georgia and the Carolinas.,

icrcisc of power, not granted by the said Cause of the Late Decline in Cotton. The following, from the Southern Prow, m- possession ofwhich enabled! them to enterintoconfederation. and send bills to Comptroller.Sale Our facilities are BO extensive and pert-ct, that we

compact, the States who} are parties thereto, The following; article Messrs. TALCOT and bodies one of the rOt conclusive arguiueats a on Monday 3d March can secure tho safe and speedy] Transportation of
1831.
Lave the right and are in duty bound, to in, Brother, will be interesting to of our in support of Stale rights which we have The Union was the r su1 of ibe liberty and Frtiyht, Tninkt Pa !aJ". and Valuable Parcel, I
many jet i Sheriff's from one end of the to the other and betweenthe
fur the of independence Sale. country
arresting the
evil. not the
lerpose progress reader These seen : o tb ?, converse,
moot .
and maintaining fn i tbeir respective limits, the brokers gentlemen are extensive cot. The Rigid of Secession.-The Louisvile au such being my opinion, I cannot agree to: By mine of a writ of Fieri Facias issued from our remote many points.From years experience in the E.rRESSbwillJes.

authorities, rights acd liberties appertaining ton in New Yoilc, and their sources Journal has contained seveal articles denying tie proposition of your firM' resolution that the County of Clerk's Leon Office of the Circuit Court for the ., while connected with Mewrs. Adams A Co..
Middle
to them. information are as ampe! and their opinionsas the right secession, but admiling the right ) )' we inherit from the heroes and patriotsof the Union Bank of Florida Circuit is Plaintiff of Florida and, wherein Richard and our numerous ajlvanta. in other respect, (not

That the General Assembly doth also CI. reliable as any other establishment in the revolution. When Mr. Webster was pressed our re'olutiu is one and inseparable from I K. Call i is Defendant I have levied upon and will the the least New if York which -i i the confidence, feel and assured patronage that of

frets its deep regret, that a spirit has in sun. country.As i by Mr. Hayne and Mr. Calhoun to explaiu the Union The institutions of the States I expose for sale before the Court House door in the shall never cease community to give the)most we entire satisfaction we to
dry instances been manifested by the federal what were established their independence city ol Tallahassee, on I thefirst| Monday in March
the advices Canada t was meant by the right reserved by several a. next, within our friend the Jewellers, Bankers and Merchants
from hours
to enlarge its forced per Liverpoolof clieved before the Union formed legal the following tract of land .
government powers by States to the was and, if r generally.We
16th resume powers they had or so much thereof will
Of the Jflnntry, arc eo contrary to the grant. the as satisfy the debt due, to leave to call attention to California
constructions constitutional character general ed to the Federal Go\'crnmcnt-u'hat sons be worthy of their sires, might bemaintained wit: beg our Ex-
which defines them ; and that indications have anticipations on this side, it is interesting was though the Union should A tract containing 200 press from New Orleans and our Express between
lo ascertain tho of tho meant by the right asserted in the Virginiaand perish. acre, more or less, I'.inlt. New Orleans and Mobil
appeared of a design to'expose certain general cause disappointment. resolutions That their prosperity has been promoted, their. beinc,; and adjninin the city of Tallahassee on the
The circulars received nUribute Kentucky of 93, for lie States North, better known Offices: -St Charles Hotel Building New Orleans
phrases (x\hich, having been copied from it to variouscau usefulness Union is be, as the former residence of de and
to interpose against fedcrl developed, not to fendant, now 19 Wall street New York.
Some usurpationwhatwas occupied
r to the fact that Lj and in
possession of M.
the very l limited grant of powers in the former lug bought the fpinners hav. meant in the Declaration ol ludepen. questioned ;qand as is it to }be doubted, Long Esq.,which han fine three story brick dwell A February 1, 1851. 4
freely ftt close of -
articles confederation, were the lees liable December dence, when it asseited (the of that Ly dissolution 01 be-inju ing and other necessary out houses situated tbrreon. !
arc right peopleto itctionouI Notice.rpIFE .
their
now
working
to lie construed) so as to destroy the meaningand imported' Cottons and alter or abolish their 1 !. riously affected : but ( institutions Levied upon a> the property of said defendantand i! t
effect of the particular enumeration which neglecting the Liverpool market, in order to 5ure-Ile governments at pICA. of the South would? be that tote sold to satisfy said writ of FieriFacias, for the underfilled hereby give notice that their reJL -
depress prices and buy largely this side said it was the right of revolution destroyed by t use of Charles Morrison. ppective offices will be open for the transaction of
necessarily explains, and limits the general reduced liinhft, others to tbe on at which he admitted also. event, or our Slate Governments materially A. A. FISHER, She/iff. I.. official business, from 9 to 2 o'clock every day Sun

ftbrasrs; aid so as to consolidate the Slates ;iertained that the Bank apprehension en. This was simply a retreat into a high.sound- altered. Not only do I believe our liberty February 22. IS.'t. 7 2t day's excepted.

'by, decrees, into one sovereignty, the obvious England: will again ing phrase which meant would be preserved, but that our forms of Government !The necessity and propriety of regular and specified
tendency and inevitable result of which would advance h her rule discount, but the majorityto nothing. or rather would Notice.ALL hours (.f business in public offices, are recognized by
remain
than and our commercial I
the increased estimates of advised worse nothing, for it is a contradiction in law and usage, and are too obvious to requiro explan
be transform the present republic; fytemofibe .- J lt crop perfrira terms. There is no such thing as a right of interests, if not promoted, would be far less persons indebted to the undersigned arc re ation.

United Stales into aa ab&olute,!/r at beet, ntttry >t. revolution. A revolution is impiiredI thah those of any other section of and all requested to come forward and pay up; C. W. DOWNING Sttrrtary Slate. .
The trial of
a
receipts at all the ports at the date of mere persons having claims against me, will please
mixed tbe Union. JOHN
a : monarchy. -Jefferson Dads. them BEARD Comptroller.
her strength, in which rngiht and not right decides. present for payment
departure were 31,000 bales! len than W. R. HAYWARD
at Tm'JtNTfT.
Tiiat the G'neral.sem1J doth r'icular. ,
) f> February 15, 1851.
6 I
Jy protest against the palpable and aUrmittg the corre pondiHc; period Jut peaeon, and es. According to Mr. Webster, a state has a rightto Excessive Politeness.-The Liverpool Mercury A. JL HOC. I). S. WALKER. R ". Pullit LarnJi.R. .
timates resist, if the thinks herself but S. hAYWARD Clerk
were published and advised oppressed, Superior flap. Court.
infraction of the constitution, in the two ',.'* of 23 a speaks of the fugitives from Boston as Liquors.
the 1 1851.
has Felrnarr 4
the tf
2,400,000 I I.les J which easily be ima. oppressor right of resisting her re- Mr.,and Mrs. PIPE superior HOLLAND
rat, '$ olihe Alien and Sedition acts, pwi* i iut i way sistance. The Crafts. It appears that Mrs 1 GIN,
ined found ready believers ia Manchester Declaration asscrledjlhc right Crafts" is ill I" J'inct Castillion Brandy New York
(the lad session of Congress ; the firt ol of and Mr. Crafts has left Liverpool Agricultural Warehouse,
and the incre-a oed the a peopie to alter or abolish governments at 4 Madeira Wine extra quality 189 and
which exercises a nowhere delegated receipts ( deficiency har.i to meet and consult with an American 191 WATER STREET.
power I"
tothe federal government ; and which, .by uni. i ing been cut down from & ,<*dO toS 1,000 hales; pleasure., and] I asserted that the right for these colonies ]. friend in Edinburgh" W'0 should like to 1 bbL pure Irish Port Whiskey Wine a, very superior article A. B. ALLEN & CO. ,
consequently of Great
ting l legislative and judicial power to those of in one week) weakeued the confidene even of Britain to resist that attempt hear tho :Mercury tell us something of Mr. and In store, and for sale low byGEO. HAVE the most extensive assortment of Plow*,

the executive, subverts the general principles those who were disposed lo credit moderate Webster right was a wrong. .Mr.I Mrs. Sniggins, Mho are- worked and starved 1 iL BESTWICK. all kinds of Agricultural and Horticuhunil .

of a free government, as well as the particu. estimates. Tbk latter then, namely, (the convenient Declaration meant the right of might. The to death in liritiih. mines and factories. Possibly __February 15, 1851. 6 Implements and )IacI nery. Also all kinds of Field j

hr organization and of change opinion in regard to tbe ex., of Independence meant no such Mrs. 'Sniggins is slightly Bank of the State of and Garden Seed*. and Fertiliser, uch as Guano '
positive provisions the Florida. Borne
indisposed Duo
of the thing, as, if it had, would have been de. Pc-udrette Plaster, Ac
tent a
federal constitution and the other of crop. we believe to have been the I i from want of bread and and ; undersigned Orders from I
; ; which fence of the British forces much of moat, perhaps TIlE having accepted the apnoint- c2r Merchants and Planters, will ba
of the decline.
cause our .
nets exercises in like manner, a power wnicn, a a Mr. Sniggins i is on a pleasant trip. Can'tte ( Commissioners under the 4th section of punctually attended to. !
own.
Looking forward, therefore, to later advices the act of the General Assembly of the State January 25,1551.3
wore thin any other, ought to produce uni't r. Mercury inform its readers on the subject:, 14 entitled

rat alarm ; because it is levelled against the from Liverpool, what have wo to anticipate Southern Manufacture.-Tho Augusta Repub. or nra white slavca boncatli its attention ? hassee.An act" approved to incorporate 21th .January.a Bank in the City of Talla The herlcan AeTicultura1ilt. t
but If151.to receive sub- 01 --- -------
rifLt of freely examining public characters declining prices responding lo heavy receipts lie l says : "lJul a few years hate elapsed since;I Richmond RepuUican. scriptiolis to the Capital Stock of the "State Bank of. NASH P. M, Tallaliassee. 'Will receive subscriptions i

and measures, and of free communication a. at the ports weekly, sweeping off the the first cotton manufactory was built in the Florida" hereby give notice that subscription in wri for thw valuable paper-*1 a year- I.

inon the people thereon, which has ever entire deficit, and shmvirvc as &t the present south, but we already have one-fourth DECISION is ntcxuD TO! LAND it lias WARRANT been FOR SriiSrITtTP.WC -J ting! for constituting the Capital Stock of said Bank bound l volumes ?1 25 each very neatly bound. Old '
moment, an execs of 40,000 bale and des. a many urI..rtaul decide! by the will Ire received by them at the office of L subscriber can pay Dr. Nash. 1
been deemed be henry
( effectual in all
justly only as the Stales Office that where
guardian lined show eastern It is estimated that L PCIio a soldier enjpujed. to serve Uutger on the first day of March next The SOLON ROBINSON, General Agent :
to still said
of every other right. a heavier one, when the there are 175,000 spindles running in the cot six mont>and! actually S'r..J four t month.and then subscription- io be accompanied with twenty cent _Jannary !5, 18)1 3DR.

That the people! of this commonwealth, har. statement is made up conmieucing let t February ton States, requireing not less than 100.000 I hir.a! )' who served the rc irue the term,. of the respective amounts in gold or silver.per The: PREMIUM
(felt and at New Orleans ; when the excess at that l both .arc entitled to bounty laud er the provisions. book of be COTTON GINS.
SnIt em continue to feel the most tin. bales to supply tbeir consumption. In 1-49, of the act of u subscription to kept open for the space of
cere affection for their brethren of the other date was 61,000I1aJes. Moderate estimates the four States of I tual September 28, 1850, according t the ac sixty days' and if at that time more than the whole E T. TAYLOR & CO., Proprietors IheCo-
Georgia, South Carolina amount of lumbus
service Cotton
,, reiidereJ.Ii'qulalic.MARRIED.[ Gin
will be disregarded and Manchester amount (.f the stock i. fiend to be subscribed, the Manufactory have the sat:
Slates ; the truest anxiety for efilablibhing and will a. Alabama and Tennessee had ninely.fuur cot. stuck will be divided the subscribers entire i isfaction Io announce to their patron and he Plan. 1
perpetuating the union of all and dopt those which suit her interest t, and in for. mills among in ters generally throughout the !
; the most ton -which number has been greatly increased proportion tn their subscriptions, Colton growing region 1
fcrupjlousfiJelily to that constitution which j ieof warding her views to depress prices, will be within the Taking all I At Madison Court IIon. JAI&KIRKsEY.: that they are prepared supply any number ;
past year. on 30
January of
their
aftsieted, as she has been TuMY JXO. W. celebrated PREMIUM Giss.
always the
tbepledge mutual friendship and the instru. by Bank the Slates into J 861, by the Rev. Robert ARGYLE
of 6outbf'r calCulation-Xorh IoWen. Mr. ANDREW" J.. DAVID C. Where these Gins have been once used it would
England. One of WILSON
went of mutual! friendship ; the General As. our correspondents, un. Carolina having MILLER ML RACHEL ) CQmnu.n01&t"T& be deemed for the
der date of twenty Virginia, Florida, t P. WESTCOTT, daughter JAMES T. ARCHER. unnecessary Mannlactnrer.s to say .
sm'jj' dj'.b solemnly appeal to the like dUpo.citioo Liverpool, Jan. 17, 1651, writes. and Mississippi, each a small number, the sum I of D. John W of Madi on JWB,. W. WILLLUIS, a word in their favor as they feel confident 1 he machines

;in the other Slates, in confidence that as follows in regard to this institution : "I re.gret j total may be reasonable set down at 150. c.tott County. .p HY. L. RUTGERS, have been brought to such pl'rfection.that

they will coccur with this commonwealth in to GaY I am at last of the opinion of your TallaliasseeFeb.8,1S'il.: 6 [Sentinel in their superior performance will recommend them
M r.-, that the Bank England is The Cotton Experiment in Jamaica. OBITUARY. preference to all other Gin now in use. For the
curbed
it
declaring, at does declare a 'The
hereby that the satisfaction ot tho-e
who hve
this life not used be
Departed at 6 tho ( Gins,
on r Seed Oats.
ecu! aforesaid are nnconstiiulional and that instrument. You will perceive the doubt of' first Report on the Progress of Cultivation, o'cock mom I and are unacquainted with I heir reputation,(he Proprietors
; the 24 th in Montictllo
the necessary and measures will be its advancing its rate discount another halfper from 21st Oct. to 31st Dec. 1850," has been ult Florida, At the rCfitcnr r pST received per Wm. R. Perte.-, from Xew OrJ need only say that the FIRST Premium
proper tatbority
has Mr. LOUISA GASSAWAY, in thc1thycarof Ivan.*, 200 bushel* of St. Louis Seed OaH have been awarded tn them for the
caused )
Len br each for with this cent. the loss of thousands.. presented by the manager. Mr. Williams Wick 1 BEST GIN exhibited
co.eperating State Feb. 8 Hi51.
5
BERRY
her i ROWLES. at t the great Stale Fair held
in And why should this be ? states that he has Ige at Atlanta,Georgia -
Because
numuiiiiniog: the it suitstbe hardly had time to out t .
unimpaired, authorities,, carry The ; al. o, at the Alabama and Georgia Agricultmat
rights and liberties reserved in the Stales re. manu&cturing interests prevent, as they his arrangements : but he feels a confident t dl&ed hd for some timo previous to her A. E. )\ M. D. FAPI and Mechanic's Fair, held at Cnlnmbus ; and at the

specuvdy, or to tbe people. : the epecul&lion advances in Cotton, the directors .. a he ever did, that cotton can be grown in death bom a pious and conwutcnt memrr of the M. MAXWELL & PAPY, annual Fair of the South Carolina Institute, at

TLitfbe (Governor desired to transmit b must be tools to these worthies," The re- Jamaica to compete, in every reaped, with E and her friends lire much cn!led, under ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW, Charleston. The Cotton ginned on tfirxe Gins rereived -

su therefore now depends the that America that this severe irith the belief tint tlieir the first Premiums at the exhibition hId in
bl1Ylfet
Coyofthese resolutions! to the Executive au : on course Southern provided sufficient and TALLA1IASSEE, FLORIDA. CharlestonSouth Carolina,and
at Fair
of each ofthe other States with a re. planters nay adopt with the balance of r continuoui labour can b obtained. when required. !(*! h bwn her inSnie g in February8.1851. 5 samples Cotton from them have every been exhibited.where

< ueit that tbe same may be communicated to their crops. Our faith is unshaken in a mod. On his taking pOlftO ef Green !' Our little b I h brdtn now, The Proprietors! have ia their possession numerous -

tJw Ifffiilalure! thereof and that a be fur. crate crop.-.cert5nly not to exceed 1,150 wall, there were already planted seventeen acres Our f jj bus lost one strain; Notice.ALL certificates from Planter, Cotton Brokers Commission

nished to each of the Senators and copy RepresenUiive bales ; but the anxiety of planters lo r &Iie,, in cotton, from which he anticipates oh. Tt pleasant Toe that joined with u$, persons are hereby forewarned (rom trading Goods testifying Merchant that, and the performance Manufacturers of of Cotton
causing early heavy receits, will if laming three or more bales f bite' .,. a note given by me to William Roberts of I (the Gins,
and
representing this Slate in the Congress I persfsled near "VVe nc.e hmil hew ugairf Leon County, dated on or about the first of January and the sampl" produced by them cannot be ex
tltke: tailed; State*. iu,weak'en confidence rn any estimate under I ly one of yellow *.dl l, by (he lit March.- All silently she erombtrs b30, for $;:'. .As the consideration for which the celled by any Gins ever manufactured.

vBCBOLCTIOXf. bale, or at *11 events depress prices Tie I1rcakinl out of the cholera, and the in. In Death's cold long embrace aid note was given has totally ("ileJ. I am determined AU orders for Gins, given either to our travelling

nrrJJtsOXI to the point which will be considered safe,I holiday*, traded, in ,Irfat And softly they have borne her law.not to pay the same, unless compelled to doo mail r>r local will Agents always, or receive forwarded prompt tothie I attention.Proprietor Gin-by

nuolutiou! adopting that estimate *i the basis of measure. lo retard his> operation hut by R. DA.MELL. will be *
of Kentucky Legislature JYb.rrw&cr operations ; To her final resting llacNo Februarys. 1S5I. 5 3t sent to anv part of the country and warranted -
and when later in the season the fact of people have eommencf to 'rk> and he hopes to give satisfaction.

10, 1793.Jlfsdliri a moderate crop w established, for whose benefit that the colt i vat 'io MI' without further more with us each day at pclvml, Boots and Shoes. JOS. L. DU1TON. Agent.
That the several States Or in the Columbus, Ga., February S. 1':I.
in the compos will the error be corrected ? interruption. The etpencesof the undertake May-day ring, HEIR t RUST are now opening large assort 5 lvGrceries.
United
1 Id; States of America, are not uni1 The market is completely an ettled by Can. in", to I tb 31st December, amounted t to Her pretty hand will cbsI with ours, of gents Calf pepged and sewed Boots; also; .

on the principles of unlimited sumis8ion! ada's accounts. and the letters to hand I this JC172 Xrc in gladness Cunj.'rt.Patent Leather and Cloth half Boots; CalfIt'we,1 r
.q
to:their general Uh.2f. and pegged Brog-.ins, Seal and Patent Leather DELe extra fluper r.e Flour
20
pact under the government ; hut that by ccm. morning are, anything, mOle unfavorable 5 Cordova"t Advertising Sheet, Jan. 23. But 'hen another May-day comci1, Slippers; also a good assortment of Ladies Gaiter,. 100 bushels White Com,
.
(nhe United style and title of a constitution than the telp2ranhic I
K Stales and amendments lucre. The sales 'reported on Change were about Vfcddittg Superseded by Funrral. A Well hasten to her lonely grave, isrtment of btYI1Il and children Shoes.- O" 10 barrels Mess Pork ,
they constituted a general for 5 00 'bales f And February 1, 1851. 4 tf 8 casts Sides,
government on tile basis (,12Jc for "Middling" man by the of strew there.
y oung name Vickery ou fowt'rt "
peciaj was to 2 tierces S. C. lIam, -
ment certain purposes definite-delegated to that govern Upland ; 13c for "Middling" Fair; and 13Jc! have been married at Cleveland, Ohio, on the Ilt-r'n xras a fitting time to die% SECEETART or STATE'S OFFICE, ) 2 bbU Leaf Lard ,

State to itself the powers, reserving each for "Fair." 18lh ; but, in consequence' of the illness rf his When frosts had blanched each fl Tallahassee, January 27th 1851. J f 6 Green Apples,' *
residuary mass of right to Sellers loss what iwer, LEn) Propwla for delivering the Acts and 20 "
weir appear at a course to take, i mended, tho was postponed two SF..A planting: Potatoes
own self-government and that wedding And rophyrs f-ighed a requiem :\ of the 6th General I Pecan Nuts :_
; whence and will doubtless wail the effects on Southern but he died in few Assembly to theeveral ,
crerthe general wteks a djs afterwards. Tl-rough every faded bovcr. s Judaea of Probate and Clerks of the Circuit 10 Drums Figs,
filed powers, its government assumes undele- narkcts before submitting generally to the re- : l Ie had an affection of the which, when Her spirit caught their mournful tom C ourts of this State, for dbtriliution.1U be received. 15 bbls. Rectified Whiskey

'aid and of acts are unauthoritative, uction which would attract shippers. We : excited, troubled him very much. On Ibo. And their at this Office until 12 o'clock M, on Monday the 10th. Landing from Schooner Talliha&,anti for pale by
force at
each State no what to this compact omit quotations' for the present. e veningaf his death, he had been reading t tobis gladdened sigh, lav of March next Satisfactory bond to be piven. McXAUGHT A ORilOND.
acceded as State and i is And was heard by N. B. Proposals must be for at least Newport January 25 1851.
a an in. New York, February' Gib, 1851. intended the of" Waller Errick." tlC on t eay one hull"of the 3
tegral party, its co-States forming as to itself story I .Tins winter I -i die. State either Eaot or Weal, starting from Tallahassee. -
tbe other party. That the TALCOTT& BUOTHER. was a very exciting tale of love and murder; C. W. DOWNING For Sale, to arrive per Schooner Flirt.

ted ly this compact; government crea. and, under the circumstances, wrought deeply Oh I it !II wrong that we should weep, I Secretary State. 1 fl n O SACKS( Liverpool Salt .
was not made the exclu. his For blest February t. IS5t. 4 St jL\J\J\J\ 10 tierces and 5 barrels "
live or final M a. EDITOR: upon feelings. When he bad finished read. one 50 early Rice. .

delf'ahd< to judge itself of since the extent that of would tile power have Dear SirI: received; 001 ye'terd ay a Valentine, i ing the last paragraph ending with the sud. Removed from such a changing world, Law Firm. 3 61 qr.Casks M Pale. and Brown U Sherry 14 Wine U ,

made its discretion,' and not tbe constitution he author of which I don't exactly! Inow. I send you den death of" Errick," he remarked that he To a unending rest I BEARD & BREVARD will practice in vpartner-. 1 bale heavy striped Domestics,

the measures orits but that a copy of it, which] you may ]'iubuVli! if you like. Jyt'I'I'IIIf1pe hoped "he should not die thus suddenly', The Then let us rh with humble! hearts, all the Courts of the Middlo Circuit of r 1 Mariner u
in aU
Other cases ofccimpact powers as you v ill not object to publishing a*it i ill the young lady looked at him, and saw his hand So lire tht} may tell, Florida. Office in Tallahassee. The latter gwids 'are manuLjclurwl in South Camlina -
2o among parties having f ailing which held the and his To frionds who JOHN BEARD 1 by negro labor. and are sent as samples. We call
common judge each party has an equal urefit way I have of f her reading it ; nn.11.r l dtiing so. paper, countenance mourn our absence, T. W. BREVARD. the attention of our friends to them.MeNAUGHT.
r1ght to will much changed to a deadly hue, She took: We arc litppy"It i is "
judge for itself, as well of infraction, you oblige a BAC11EL01Lrorr. 'cl. February 1. tS5t. 4 tf i ORMOm
ta of the hold of him from her chair when he
Newport.
mode and gently A SCHOOL MATE. Jannary 25. 1851. 3
of redress.flcorc
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S measure. d' S l leaned towards her, and died in her arms. M'vnticcUo, February, 1851. Crockery, Glass aud felotic \':uc.IlEIIt -

: ? Love not J Love not 1 I II I A RUST are now receiving a large assort H. BRADFORD,
'e That the construction applied by Died in ilamhall, harrison. County, Tex on the of Crockery, Glass and Stone Ware. TTY AT LAW
te ncrjl government (ah is evinced by sun. The one you love may dub; What are the Disunionists.Is 6th of January last, Major ELIJAH in the : On hand a general assortment of Dry Goods. hardware Madison ,

7 j their proceedings 8)) lo those parts of the day pcri-h from this Ray and Rlft/tann earth, has been painful to me lo perceive in anv 68th yea of his age.long a citizen WHIT I.n County:, I. and Groceries. All of which we will sell on as January Court House, Florida.

nsituiion: of the United States which dele. The] smiling slorn the calm and quiet fky, however few, of tho Southern people a di6fo.. Florida, but for the last nine a resident i of Chattooge reasonable terms as they can be purchased in the market 18,1851. 2 tf

taxes sated to Congress a power to lay and collect Beams on its grave as once upon it'. birth; iliOn to consider thoso who have County, Georgia.Jt years I February I, 1851. 4 tf BOUTS, SHOES HATS, AND CAPS, just re

duties' Love not Love 1)011 i maintained the rights and interests of and for sale bv
imposts and excises the i ie to his friends,
the deLtl ; to pay .consoling to know that thmigh he Fancy Goods.IN GEORGE H.
and and provide* for the common defence Love hot! Lore not 1 i. South, as the promoters of agitation, \vlioo, Jc: i a land of strangers, ta away from : STORE AND FOR SALE, I i January 18, IS51. 2 BESTWICK tf *
) i influence should be L trends
general welfare of the United Slates destroyed by attaching to
and liome he
to The love and his found those who .
one you may change: were ready to administer PIECES rich solid and figuered Silk -
changeable
all Jaws (hem the odious
which designation of disunionists., 6
shall
Proper for be necessary and Thc ro'y lip i may CPOJC its tmile for thw, to him in h afflictions. He left a wift t) L strce, for Lulies dress ; I Notice.

"e&ed! carr)ing into execution the power The kindly l caming eye grow cold and strange, Our Union is 0 compact, its terms, the Feder- and /ou interesting children t mourn h his loss; but 8 patterns rich embroidered De Laines, all wool, SIX months alter date I shall apply to the Non.
the constitution Constitution, forms tho bond outs Judge of Probate for the Ciuntv
of
,7 the United Slates connection, 6 dozen Linen Cambric Handkerchief.*, assorted of Eeor*
r ) The heart warmly beat yet not La true; and breathed the Ions i his gain,as we are informed by tliof e who : for letter of final dismission Administrator
r'Iarttnenl' thereof to the deslruc. into it the breath of its existence. 72 pieces rich colored ool1l\ '.. aa of r the
tio. a ofall the limits prescribed goes to their Lovenoti I Love noil Who then, are the disunionists ? Are they attended him in his last momenta that be died in the To which the attention of tho Ladies is respectfully, ceased.estate of Jarne Blacklidge, late of said County,,de,
te powerstl1 iuth the invited by J. C. ,
DAVIS.January25,1851.
February 14,1651.THOU those who Insist o Gospel
constitution' That sternly on rigid
words a adherence EDWARD
meant BLACKLIDGE
by .
1 "ittrunient ."JThsiiod are the die the Lord from 8 [Sentinel Admt. _
to be subsidiary only to the SAYEST LOVE SOT 1-l to the Constitution, or those who discharge henceforth: deadhic i January 23,1S51. 3 6m
yea lith they
be ecution*o of the limited powers, ought not to Thou snyext to me love not" Its principles" 7 But one answer can be given from their labor; and their spi v.ork do'follow may them.ret. In Store, for Sale Cheap, Notice. .-

I ted construed as themselves to give unlimi. And in each verse repeat by any who, when they speak of tbe Union I' A FRIEND.D. A LARGE, well assorted Dry Gaxfc, including month after date the

destroy POwers nor a part so to bo taken, as to Those words which dull a flowing heart means the Coafederacy of the Constitution I, = --- ------ S Blanket1 Blanket Coats, Print, Ginghams Co SIX his accounts and voucher undernignedVitt lathe pr
the whole residue of the instru. To the inheritance which our revolutionary fa. gro Kerseys,O.-uiaburgs,fancy Cassimers,Tweed?, Caseinetts Judge of Probate of Leon Honor & .
'lent.llr.lo1red whom love" is no sweet theta lef us. The qtie ilion has been Groceries, &c. ,Boots, Shijes hats, Books.Paper, :. Call i in oh the estate of George W.County a* Administrator

lastly, That the Governor of this Take back take back thy stern command, ly of those who used the t frequent"ultra L. Just revl per"Tallahassee"from New Orleans, and get a bargain, if you wish to save j.a C.few DA dime. County, deceased, and apply''HmtU.fur a final hate lisctarg of Uou
VI
rD beL trout the administration eo
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and mmonw-eahh be and is hereby authorisedut8ted My heart wa* formed for Love;" Southern men, in what any Southern man 10 do Impe Four do January 25, 1851. 3 [Sentinel BENJAMIN 01 said'alale. *

{- to communicate the preceding The Idol" of my heart may dloHI -. had claimed for his section more than its constitutional I. MOO pound Ribbed Sides, Fojt Stansbury, January 18. ISil.BYRD. Adm'r. '

, SltlUaonl t to the Legislature of the several. worsliip her above. right. That question has never 2000 C'U\"ass Hams, Pig's Feet. 2 Cm .
1 -
; tonlldtra', assure them that this commonwealth Call bacif the muoire hare been answered as to fix upon men of the South 10 kegs' Drw -, 20 KEGS (very fine article)just received and 1 for Notice. : .

, UIJ10? for specified national you rent, even the with to violate the 1 bbL L Ld sale low. :. :M. WILLIAMS.
contract their
ind purposes Without Lovo" fa.tbera months after d I
/mUtt die; made and January 11, 1851. ,1Lime. SIX ite.I shall make application ta
Fjiticulirly for those transferred 1 Lard
\ ,r specified in their late'llpaCt't0jefricidI That to their lons.- Oil.. honorable Judge of Probate in and

Pitte Iy'to the pence, h 'p. None holy can feeling its shafts none can chuck, \\ho then. are truly the disunionists Surely I. Alao 4 1 barrel* White Prepared Hominv, ._ 4' County of Jefferson, for. letters of dismission, for In abe t
Prosperity of all the defy. J. who or unbolted Rye Flour. discharge as Executrix of the It will .
States.: That aggress encourage aggression K.fOU\ Casks Thoinastou Lime, for eale by and testa
Day after Valcctine, ISil. on those rights and principles BERRY & ROWLES, Auctioneers,Ac NAUGHT & meat ol James M. hurt, ate of said Count'. which Uie Union February, 2 2, 1S1, '1 tf ORMOND.. HART <
e-wpovttec.SlSO. Cl tL .
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--t crtiCmC11t! New Goods.
i t Jloribiau & 3oumal. Tax Collector's Sale. fj GINS I r The Quincy Malerand Female I gal
; COTTOJ[ .. TilE Subscriber haTe. just receIved
viitue of the power veiled in me by 'law I ACADEMY. -- B Pack i
BY hare levied lD. and shall for ate, b;- Lithe Circuit Court of the State Or Floridafor 1L Oambte a lar- i4d t
expose
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PUBLISHED 'SlTrnn.F.nXL G.TEEX JESSE II. WATSON Exemc3 of this Iatitutionwill U resumed and for Monroe SUck of! Goods, eua&tag in Iwt of this rc
_r.n R\ >re the Court house door in the city of Tallahas- TIlE Furry JIOSDAT IXFCBRCAKT, 1851. The the Southern Circuit in tides, riz: ---.5 it.S .
tbe first in n"st..he following GIN MAMTACTCEEH,
ee.on Monday May Female Department be oaler the charge of JILwAMANDA COU:1ty.C ran--L
CIIANCERt. .
: ropertv, or to rruch thereof as will pay the Slate = crt1Ihed gTanu t
Palmyra, Lee County Georgia, O. ENO. assi* ed iv her idrter, and JfiMELIZ.VBETH Cufie&-P..J4J hi;
VHRCK DOLL RI annum if paid in advance. nd County Tax due thereon for th' .ear ItO, and William E. William,
per inform his friends and tbe ATW \TEn.. The Principal believes t Chocolate-COCIKI k Broma
public ,
HECK AND A tt ALT, if paid within six rcontt *. .11 incidental expense! to wit : WOULD gene r. Dirorcc
obtained be has fur Teas l-Iack arid
Forbes'urchase that he continues the above business he has now what some time pastbccji preen,
All that tract of land known as at
Fot'n. DOLLAR if not paid until the end of t he yea. or parcel Ann William.1
within the limits of Leon County con- I his old stand ss herehe wilibe happy supply then' cndeavcrnxr to secure-the co-operation of such Bread-Pilot and Navy,
C3-These: teitn willbe rigidly adhered to, anri Teachers will giro character to the Female TT by affidavit to the satisfaction of this Cracker water
itning 142.T20 acres,more or I less,said to bclocg to withajirff rate article. As an evidence of the as _a high appearing *-J"rtU-r. ,lemon snda .
no |'*per will be Ji continoed until all atreara; ur. he Laud quality of his work he would state that oat of the Department, and afford every facility to Young Ladiesto J- Court that the Defendant Am Williams resides Butter-best (;hen (4
Apalachicoh Company.
paid uale at tbe option ol the pubI liiheu.! Sub. : 1) McRAENY. lare number sold by him the past year, not one has acquire a thorough Education, both in the solid and out of this State and in the State of New York on CWe-"ap sago,pine-apple. .dairy i

flCribers will be received for three months at One Tax Collect, Leon County. failed to give perfect satisfaction-and would M reference ornamental branches. The Misses Eso are recommended motion of S. R ilallory, Solicitor fur the Complain Jljur-Northern, Western Buckwheat t

D..t1arix monll tat 1 50.* Every order for tb. November 9, If-'iO 41 t* give the name ot any one who hat one of his by eentlcmen of the highest authority. The eldtrr.f ant Cam lies-aiLimantipe and pcre sperm.< ." .

I'aperuut of this ciinnty mut be accompanied with Gins in u>". He u i intending to enlar ehi eitiblih- them ha.* been fur ercrnl years enptjed as Princi- It it OrtfotJ That the Defendant do appear and Soap*-a great variety,

the cab, unles* the order comes throuh any of our Tax Collector's Sale. melt considerably this year, by which: murw ie will pd of a flourishing School ui Memphis, Tennessee, answer, plead) or demur to Complainant Bill on or Spice*-pimefito, ginger, pepper mace _

regularly authorized agents in the Stale. y virtue of the power veiled in me by law, I be enabled to 511 orders (which last year herat an where she gained .1 hugh reputation a.- an .iccompllhe } before the first Monday of June next otherwise the cloves, n_b

B shall l expose for sale, bf fnre the Court House at able to do) with Gins possible I superior any ev- and sicccssful Teacher. They will instruct in all same will be taken pro cvnfe*#>: ProvUf'.l, Publication Esences-a great 1"are.tl'.AI

ADVERTISEMENTSWillbeinscrted }uincy, in the County of Garden, on the second manufactured in Soilhwe' .tern Georgia. Hethinkathat di bnurhcs of an Encli-h course togethi-r with Music of this Order be first made in some newspaperin o, Sap, almonU, m..rnc. mranfc% cnron

at the rate of One Dollar per quare Monday of April. next, the following: described proS every ypt' Kperience enable him to make a i Frerrh,Drawing, P. lt. Embroidery tc. Ac.- this State for the term of three month. .mnt", dried apple, dried iacKe canJiei7 apoU'

of twekelines for the fir! ,and fitly cents fur each I "ertvor so much thereof n will pay th State and little better article.Bfineapracticahaechanic. The PrhcireJ will take charge of the Male Department January. 27th 851. I Rice White& -.Split Teas,Fulton Market B

s'j"
will be made on Legal notices, estate notice, yearly necessarv evnensw incident thereto to wit: that none bjt Gina ot the very first cla >shall be manufactured such othT oi-Unts ns the wants of the School may Judge Southern Circuit State of Florida. awl hollow ware, drj-ffuo.1. haU and jaiifl, hart
ii his shop,he feels s !e iaj themto Iiwtitution is funi5.-hed with an exttnsivc I; 1851. 4 3m an.J
notices without alteration, by persons having The w'hoU of what i is called Furbes Purchase, warranting require. The February and it H now very complete.

teultr accounts with the office. ivins_ in Gad .!>n County, or so ranch thrrraf n will operate to the ,tificlion ol the purchaser. He twiphiral. Chemical anti Mathematical Apparatus r All of which we offer for saTe on tie croal

AU annaaacerapnN of candidates for ofSee, rivr pay the Tax af. rrhid. branded on the East bv the will driver them tree of charge to purchasers at ; .hi.i t\-'C hcr with a well selected library, andan State of Florida. McNAUGHT & teru,

VOLLAu-inuriabh' i in aJu: e. No attention Ocklocknee Hno,ralld en the West t by the Apalicb- their plantations.All exKfire i Cabinet of Mineral, mitaining a large MADISON CIRCUIT COURT-IN CHANCERY. e"1".rt, 23, 1S50. 51 tt OP.1IOSD. \

\\illbe paid to any order tar aUDuunCemefit nIc iculaBiver. HfGH O.lcU:.\ engagements made with his travelling Acents, numb of specimtncollectctl both in our own and in Devalt --- _____- -

accompanied tbe ca-h. Ta x Collector! fjr GidsJen County. or orders to the.rropnetor at Palmyra 'shall be foroigi countries afford superior alvul\Cc to the Martha r.f. ) Bill! fur Divorce. Groceries; &C.

All religiousmarriage, and obituary notices pub- October 12, li-VJ. 4'') Cm promptly attendedlo. V.mleit in science. and -nrc to interest bini j in his "tudit f
William W. Devalt. ) TUST received tbe
lithed ratuit04 I but editorial! notices for Repairing proptrly done in the most durable tkui at new Sue
(; ly ; private i A new llurding-IImi ,cnx-iderably larger or the
the satisfaction Court.by afn
I *' :
TT appearing
benefit, will be charged a$ "Jrertieccnts.I Tax Collector's Sale. mainer.CiHe. the! Ae fi>rrutrlyi)cc jiio in this filed
I
davit came 5 bbU licctU
also A nf WLUkcy, 2I bbk
: < cent for the sle Chanman 1 to the for the nocuinnifHLitionof CranbernL.
I JY virtue cf the power rested i in me by liw, 1 nan.hll' k CO.VCA-5T IRON liO.I-tRPOWKRSU- ]iart t. wn, t the! Dfleml.iut in this cane, residrs beyond f h Devalt'j 1 Mcrfion 18box RaL-in.
T1.ihouse will b
3 OR WORK. ) shall exp efur !.le.before the Court Haase at GAR MILLS in Sj'Jth.Te trn Georgia and Kl.>riJ*. tin Teachers StmleuK. : kept, diction ol this Couit and out of the State of Florida 5 !
" We are well prepared to execute Job W't'rk.lu b Quincy, in tit? Cinuty of (jrad.d-tion the !?c3n Contracts can be mi-1 with my T.YellinR" nt..o bv Jie Priaripal. \VL Ksido* rsiying. cverjattcnti >nfc but in some other part of the United Stales: I. 2 l-bls. Crushed Sucpir lutreari '
; and morals 'f the Butter
a* bill..c4&rd", blanks, pamphlets.M.,s'ith neat- Monday ia April nexl. H.e fallowing described pro. Any information w antedvriti! regard to the (f'and iie health comfort Stiihvntcor'.n It is Ordered, That the slid William W. Dcvaltilo 1 barrel MoU e. & bbU Dried '

ne i aid di,*;>itch. All work of thi description perty.orso much thereof as will pay the Sui sndCounty operation of th-,.* mills can he obtained by ad : 1 S rup, 5 p\n.les.,_
for havini yearly accounts with Tax due thereon for tbe and the t them ia their !tll lcs during the not occu- month said Bill will be taken eonfesjaagainst ?
5J. three or
except ;
persons year in: a? at Palm 'u. Lee Clnt* ,(;pc.ria. pro 4 } blsiMikerelNa I, 5 kegs I eaf Lard'
the office mut be paid for on deli very. necessary expen.es incident thereto, to wit : Marc i30.ISW. 12Sheriff's ]> Ji-J in Schvx'l excrxi-K. PanE inclu-hng wa.-hin} said Defendant, and that the caa-e !he set for 4 boxes Claret 2 }'*: a.--nf'rJ .

-- -- Six himdied anJ forty acres ot Ufd l hint on Mill nwige at prices vjiry ire; from *S to-10 'r D1..mIL hearingduring the nestTerm of said I ourt in March 4 CMer, 1 Ul Prime CaVi. \
--- --- Rock Creek purporting to 'belonz to L. S. Catlin,or );ir.l 1I1.\Y al TOWLE & HYESS Sale. .unil.'< in tLc A brick Academy i i.< alo in C kej Bucinrbeat rw.
>a much thereof as will pa\ the Tax aforr id. pliice. .'n d it ii Jmthir Ordtreil. That this Order be.. 6 c-.ni. -

Watchmakers and Jewellers, HUGH O. McLKAN, BY virtnc (If.rnt of fii ri facia. i--ue-l from the pr.Kess "f obstruction and w expected to be read- publiohl'd in some public newspaper printed in thi & bui M Star CiuyJIt. Stirrce-S.cnredllaJ'2 bbls. ,

XG tIe service Tai Collector for Gadsden Couatv. : '. i-5e cf the Circuit Court (,.r the (4snty for the n-coptiou of the School sometime during thefn.t Slate once a week for three months, and that Complainant S BuUer: Cracker.
proctued I :' II'1 oi October 12, 1S-I. 40 Gr.1' of Lvan Mi Mle Circuit (.(Flnn.Li. wherein TIle Union : SH.SMOII.Ft take testimony in the cau.e. All of which tc. .
( ; Mr. ALLEN, formerly are noin and"f
t b '&: t>f Florida i* pbunti an-1 William S. ilnmv. 'r further particuL\r'. poctui: Board, Tuition, THOMAS BALTZELL Judge. store Ti Iett.,
ji- hicitythy i are M\\ prepared tll small advance for cash. The citizen
Tax Collector's Sale. Administrator! of Benjamin JL ;u1. i* defendant *I .tC'_ itc, sec printed C.vuJogue, which may be obtained October 16, S50. nf this place a&d
execute all wnik in the above line wtth invited
prorcptac vicinity are re-pectfdly to
and in the nns.1 6iti factory manner. To our friend virtue of the pO'er.t in me by law, I !Ia: ve levied upon, ah ll 1 will tl"...- fur sale, before the bv application to A true cop-Attest, give J. me C. a eafl.
BY '4'ttrt J", in tL* city of Tall-thos.-H'c the N. IL STEWART, Principal. C. L. CARRUTH, Clerk. DAVI3.
:\I. '
at" distance. an carry attention tn all work which_ exp-we for sile, b fore the Cuurt Hou-eit u or. in January ii, 8:1. 1
tim-t MniiL\r Iii }'t l.n1:1ro.Ul'Xt. \%it11iI hegni how'i u'mcyi December 2S, 1S50. 51 By M. A. CARRCTH D. C. Sentinel
cm. be forwarded to ui, will b? riven.TOWLE Q-iincy: in Ihe County of Gajsj :. on the secondMuuday ,_ "
the fiilluvrm do-O'il'ed tCi wit --- December l"W. 49 3m
ic !YERS.Settftn'eT of April nextthe following described property rrqrtv. : 7. Leon Female Academy.

2;. 1n.. 3S tf or s) much thereof as will pay the State and W t S W i w-cri.41 14; E t SEt pectiun: 15 ; E i TAILORING. Trustees of the Leon
County Taxes due thereon from 1S15 lo lbJ inclu. N E j H-ci.n 15. in Town-Lip 1, Itangc 2, Nand E TIlE subscriber would inform the citizens of Tal- State of Florida. THE method of Female Academy tat,

Towlc & Myers, MVC, and the nec.ary eipci incident thereto to cunt-iinin 2t" ncres, more or j lo*<. .>ec that he has commenced 1 the above business IN LEON CIRCUIT COURT-IN ATTACHMENT.John have the above informing the public that they

hand.and are now rectivir.ga new and wit : Ix-vif upn a* tl.e }propertyf sai.1 l defendant and and respectfully solicits a sha/e of public W. opened of W. Institution under the strpenateiklence
P. COMSGIUX
HAYCon assortment of GOODS, consisting t f Two hundred and forty acres of land in Gadsden to Its s&.M to &ti
belong to Robert Jiraer A. A. Slerut opposite the Florida Exchange. I SurWC.rn toNew advantages of a
Gold Lever Hunting: Watches, County, purporting to "on ciso Protection Insurance Company of ; thorough and refined education. We
Gold Anchor Let er do much thereof as will pav the Taxa< afnre>aid, Iv- January 3, 1851. 51; -5wI l:: Garments cut to order. J 00. hope to place i ion iI
hUGh O. McLEAN JAMES SEMPLE. Jersey. such a.flotin :aa to obviate the .necessity<>f)enoV
Silver Lever Hunting do ;inonFlatCreek. ,
deferd.tnt and all others interested: here-
GaJsden CointvOtn5er November 31), 1";,0. 47 If THE are lag our children irom home to acquire knowie ?:
Silver Anchor Lever do Tax Collector for Fresh Provisions, Flour, &c., notified of the institution ot the above suit
and d 12, 1 1S5-J. 41 Go' T-rin' pr &t *ion of Fir Mvnlk
Lspiae common <> "
a. attachment, and are required to ar the
rn w. a. rrrrt- FROM SEW OBZ.E.VNS.BBLS. JOHN PRATORIUS by appear
.GPIlH m'D'1I and Ladies Do orn rinf.a ener31 a:- next Term of Leon Circuit Court, and plead to the The First .*. in which Trill be taught all the higfter

swtraent of Ear and Finger Rio;", G .ld Guards and ; TaxCollector's Sale. 3 FLOUR [OF Tim LATK FIRM OF HULL & PRATOBIU,] declaration filed in said cau?<>. brunches of an .English Education, also Latin ami

Keys, Fob and Vest Chains, Seal*, Gald and Silver ; virtue of the pow. r vested in me by law, IJall :-JT d ..Ext!" Family dlu -.. inform his friends and the I ARCHER &. COELEY Grt*-k. if (! BY d.! d. do. .1. uT1)UJ.D publicJi
reocil..G3111 Pent.Gold and Silver Spectacles, Gold expose fur sale, before the Court Hou"e at J > \ tho'Iw ha taken the Attorn-vs for Plaintiff.DP'f'mhpr'2l.t' &'' do** SpIlinc. Readin, C'ecrzraphr,
I (.a.-k Sid- } hou.l..r- tore Litely occupied
Sleeve Collar and Bosom Batton. Silver Pearl and tiuincy, iu the County of GidsJen, on the second > an. l (>. .V) 3m ..rithmf't t'. English (rnuninar, Natural Hw-
Shell Card Cases, Gold and Silver Thiia'jics fin Monday of April next, the fullon in; described property i; Ti.'rC't'oIk5e1J"rO. Sch'soh.v's Xidl'JL"Jn', by C. H. HloM.-l L'f'J'lj.hin the store lately tory, Compoition, Ancient and Modem IDsmetic. -

Fans Silver and H-. tf..lo Combs. or so much thereot as will pay the State and and Stag CO
Also French Mantle Clock Table Knive, TJ 4 Tierce 1 haa-d I. carivi-soil and plain Hani.*, to attend to the call. and want of th"'t> WK, may be
County Tax dae thereon for the year ISO and the BILL FOR DIVORCE. T/T f..1'If-Spdir :.EeadingWritLo ,\riIr
Zlated and Silver Ware Silver Table and TeaSpoon 30 BW! Mean1 Prime Pork tli.!j>o!ed to {Kitronize him in hU line '-f bu"ino... :
Trays, neceiry expenses incident thereto to wit : Geography, History, English! Grammar
Sib Cason friend cf Susan -
f. CLuifie 1 an-1 lie h.'lr'ct.in. by the Late arrival, ch" andiflrfffj next Murphy,
Brown a >ce
*, Plated' Spoons} Fork, Cr-am and Soap La. : Seven hundred and fitly acres d Land l>ing on Sugar, 15
DO
dIe,. Plated W.ife- do. Tea Sets astore. Candlestick Crooked Creek, purpoitiag to belong to .\rmi tad 10, M Fine Apple ,,, mj.jJy i-f Cloth, Cttxtimer', Vesting, Cs.Arnold fvttrth CIa* -SpJlinj, Reading, Writing 19
; (($}
'a Jim", (1, alto, a '''Tltl an-jrtm'nt iif Murphy.
*, Solar Lasipft Si"'eand Gilt Girandoles.. and Kitu-y. 25 Planting Put: toP a.BERRY ; : Mw&c, .
the affidavit of the Solicitcr i in the above :1) 00
Also fine double barrelled Gout, Shot and Carte: HUGH 0. McLEAN, A ROWLE5. JJAD )--MA DEe LOT II I X f, UPON French .
that Arnold Murphy) respondent in saic It) 00

flags, and Flask fine pocket Knives. Porte Monnie*., Tax Collector for Gadsden Countv. .January4IS1.. .V2 ____ ____ All "f whicli I .flatter mytlf. are equal inHylt* and suit, has removed and still is beyond the limits Jr BY THE TRUSTEES.
Port Folios, Violins Claronet, and Flutes, fine RiZor October 12, H30. 4-} tm' 0- qittity; nnt p', a* any jhtr., th.-itwill beund the State of Florida : Joncarr: 11. 1351. 1 tf
flew Store and New
', Strops &c. -- ------- Goods ]l
--- ", in thU market. He will give particular; attention It in Ordered, That said Arnold Mnrpnr du
Best qiulit and general as "rtrant of Perfumery, Jefferson County Tax Collector's Sale. his } ap- Valuable Plantation for Sale.TIlE .
to Juinp:1wlIJtJIt.i he will meritjsttrona a liLtr.\l p.ar and answer or demur to sid Bill withu three
J. DAVIS
&'., &.c. TOWLE ic MYERS BY virtue of authority vested in troe hv la'.sI I shall c. e from the public.Nov months from this date, or said Bill will be taken pro PLANTATION wbf-reca the late Jofaa a

Sepletacer 25, IS3.CARRiAGE'. 35 for sale before tt.e Court Hou
)Monticello Jellerson Ct-uaty, on the first Monday in ,. habitants: of tie! city cf TalUha-*- and sur- __ 0 __ __ __ ___ nexT term cf said Court : Lake Erie. cont.wrI5ft acres, of which some 200

REPOSITORY, May next. Section, Township 1, Ilanze, South. roundin couiitry to hi. hand ome and well selected Pure Sulphate of Quinine. It is further Ordered, Tha? publication hereof are .t and coder cnltivatMXL On the premises

BY KILLER & BROKAWTjtJ'ii2ifce and East,or so much thereof as will pa\ and satidfs stock of Fill and ll'inttr Goo Maria Talifaro's double, Taxes due the State and New York Piiilad'-lphia and New Orlean, incl-t. THE
I J"L.rlda.JI'TIr ounce of Sulr hate of QJininp"ftit"h they space and tir/' of three norths. nxry out houses. &c. This Plantation pwuean
County, amounting i to $i i't SI,besides costs and char. dim Ur\ Goir.lsot vuie'Jsde"criplinnl; amon which
THOMAS BALTZELL, Judge. advantages,a* it atljob. the wood1
piney where
suSscritK-is would inform their have obtained direct Irom the: manulaotur, and many
will he fiiind Ladies Drt-45 Goo in
-:1 Said Lauds nril'hof .
si'Uited in ereat
the
aid
rrlIT 2es.: arc County of
A true copy-Attest, the ran f" U irr .. and the in general they will warrant it to be a superior article. very
public
and nice and of
Jc&rsgn, and kuown js tie: iiarbour Hill Tract. style a lirjp orlment Gito]l-t for
,r-t' .hat tt.are receiving a Ian:& supiily frenllemens' llusnOtmt' tfe. Boots We have enlarsed our stock of Drucs and Medicines C L. CARRCTK, Clerk. pr.rt anti rtoI'Ll.1k Road will pa-s within VA to
JOHN WOOTE.V, wear ; ; December 21. 1 ISSO. SO 3m f(0 ark of the and'I think
11 C.arnaci_ arid iIIii' which they ort'-r Tax Collector for Jt-ilerson County. shoe'. hats, and Caps ; Groceries and Liquor, by recent arrivam4ind' : arc prepared to execute i> dwelling. will 20 on the
for *ie! oa the rnsi rea-jru'ile: terms. Person November 0 50.13 :! .made Clothing in great cf orders lor articles in our line at wholesale or retail. line, or thronh the whole length of the Plantation;
1 rtmJefferson / raiiety stjles Circuit.
Middle
MF.IO! ; (o buy are re 'je-ted to c.il and examine. ..ualifl, and prices ; :',-:ro Kersejs, Lin eys, on the most accommodating terms. and when thi Road i* completed which L. under eon-
lii-ir stock. October 19. Js'j'J. 41 I County Tax Collector's Sale. French Brd Mackinaw and Negro lilankets.: We have also a few account" yet due to us for the LEON COUNTY-LY EQUITY. tract, to be done by the lt of January. 185 ,00

of authority: "e'led in me by law I shall All of which will be old at udh prices for ca.h, year 1Sl I *. They are senerally; small amount, Tallahassee Rail Rjad Company, ComplaInant PLuitato on the whole line of the Eoad will surpass

Tax Collector's Sale.BY By'irtu .lot sale bch.Te the Court House doer, in ascani-nt fail to please I the most tidious. Purchasers hut if the whole could be paid shortly it would go r*. it for cc nvrnience fcc. It t nov cftred fur i at aLairairi.

virtue cf the power vete<1 in rn by law I c.Ho.Jeffersoo County,on the first Monday in I are incited to call and examine his stock previou far towards liquidating certain sums which s' e owe. Richard Hayward, Georee K. Walker Union Bank Per.vrLs desirous of pureha.inp will plea,

1 have levied upon and w ill expose to tile before Ftrbnnry nxt, the West j of Section 7, ia Town- to making their selections elsewhere. His storeis LEWIS & AMES. of Florida, Rurbutt R. Eeuon, and Elijah White, call on Joseph Chaires, E.5, -Fo will how them the

the Cuurt House door in the town of Madi"otion hip l.ol IliugeS,North and East or so much thereof next d-.or to the Sentinel Printing Office. June S. 1S-V._22_ Defendants. land. For term. tc, apply to rue at my residence,

the fir t Monday of June next, at the u ,
sate to the hizhe-t bidder tbe following deserinedLaadf due the State and County, amounting to $5 3", be- h _ 0 Bill, which are verified by afUdivit that Defendant BENJAMIN BYRD.

lying aad being ia the County cl Madison, ides costs and charges. Slid Lauds are situated in New Goods. D. E. HULL, Elijah White i is not a re-ident of the State of Jannarr 19, 181. 2 tf

Florida, \iz: j Lc said Counts. of Jk: crson. a large and carefully selected stock of Florida but resides in the State of Georgia so that TUST received br several late arrivals from Xet
TheSE ot'heN E1 of Sec T R C Sand JOHN WOOTEN OPENING .:a-I.? A T his CARRIAGE REPOSITORY he cannot be served with of
i 20. 1. j ttritania and Bright Metal Ware, T-rx process subpoena : tI York, and for ale by C. C BYRD ok Co.
F. the of J. S. Patterson the Tax Collector for Jefferson Bartlett's Brick BuiHirur, offertjf It Ordered That Defendant
as property to pay j County. con!i, lan2 in part of Tea and Coffee Pots, French c3Je! C.ur-rea't u thertvpon Elijah 20 patterns I'Lrvte* Press1L Bareze
aadoHtidae'on for the 1S40 '46 -n\"pr.'Ihp r 2. 1 1"-. J. 4.-={ 3n. three splendid ROCKA- White demur to this Bill '
taxes same jcars i Coffee FiS'erers.: Pitchers Candle Sticks fit different plead answer, or on or 5d> do do Polka.<\
'4. '4g rAnd '.,). i WAYS, a tplr-ndid lot of BUGGIES, with or without before the first in the
vI, I Monday April neat, at perilof
CITY COTTON WZIG HER. qualities,J secondhandRorkav
TOe N i of the N W 4ofSec 23, T1flfor Canni and I top four one havin; said Bill taken for confessed, and a* to
>t ttT!, \ariety of other articles which -AL.'O10.
taxes &c1 due frotu I54."i to 1S.VJ.AUo THE Jersizned PUBLIC COTTON WEIGHER ,r wiUi harness complete, which will be sold him set dorvn for hearing er pane: Prcciiled Thata
the do
oflcr for sale !r'Ie.to. No
; on reasonable terms.Also A No 2 A I, ,
,the E i N E4 Sec 11 and W J N W i Sec the City o1T.iIaha4e! havingjust returned very. low. copy of this Order! be published for four months
on band: a full :and cxttnive, stock of Tin 100 A No 1 and 2 Plocsrh Point,
Jt, T t, R g, N mi E purporting to belot to J. J. from the North with tiro pair t/ Sealtn maiiufacured Vv'jre dei -ALSO- once a week consecutively in one of the newspapers

Uo JcrwooJ, for taxes due therein Irom IMS to ISS'J a.J Lltr.l and certified by the Imptetor oj ot every 'raptioll.lIIa''ifatluJ"td here bygood At the OLD STAND, Pb -nix Dui1Jin published in the city of Tallahassee. -AI.SO
and
> workmen, at J.ir prices. 5 kec Goshca Butter
THOMAS M. ANDKKSON Sealis an-1 11ri&ts of the J\-ir York Ciutom'fame THOMAS BALTZELL Supreme
Sheriff and o&cioTax Col. Madi Co., is nov prepared to received and wei ih any Lead Pipe! She':t Lead Copper Zinc and Cistern Saddles. Bridles, and Martingales I of a va- November 51550. Judge. II) Cheese,
ex on I4.a
November 30. IS-'nj. 47 Cm (atton brought to this Market. lie will attend at 1'urnp-i for sale. Tin Rw-fing, Gutterinc, and Job fkty ..l f styles; harness of all descriptions; A true from Minutes: of Conrt. t bac' Liunira Coffee

the Depot or at any place within the limits fjt the Work executed faithfully and with depatch.T. Axc-ls, SrriI *. Hul*, Da h Frames. Carriage Trimming copy OSCAR A. MYF.R?. Clerk.M. 10 barrel? Mercer Potatoes,
WHITE & CO. and Shoe Bindings Trunk*, Carpet Ba .-;, Valitr 10 Extra
A. B. CLARKE, Cit y at tlcshortest notice. In conjunction with the ; A. LONG. Solicitor for coCpra! n3nt. FamQy Flonr.

(FORMERLY CLIRKE & eTlLuu:.) Cotton weighing he hai a Large yard in the rear of _September_ _21-, 1850. 37 If (.e'I:: ic-, together Ttith all other articles rwpircd November !.. 1SV. -J4 4m 12 bap No 5. 6 anal 7"Bird Shot
: Messrs. KlUKSEYand I hi" line. 24 drums Fres-h FKT
WILLIAMS' STORES where 1:1 -- -- ---- .
'. .2 TTAVING purchased the interest of Mr. he will! receive COTTON FOR WEIGHING OR ON Notice. N. B. Rr pairing done with despatch. Jefferson Circuit Court.IN 2 barrel superkT-dri. Apple

in their old business, can be l STORAGE. The saWriber's LL indebted November 23, 1S5I. 46 tf IS tf
inStilitnan strict attention and r>frin" to the estate of Jamrf A. January 1S51. 2 .
old stand on M'jnroe street experience for the last three! years at the Depot'' }-1. Frt-dPfick.lafe ot Leon County, d >cea where be will receive iu a few days from New York he ,ted Southern Mutual Life Insurance Company Sill for Injunction and Distribution.E.xectors Notice.
: will. hopes, bring him the custom of the Planters rt"jue to make payment to the undersisncd; and

one of the raot complete assortments ol IleaJy- and Merchants ;en(r\lly. Office in the rear of Mr. II those bavin; demands agdin the same, are t ereby o {Louisiana.HAV of William Goodman Complainant, HE undersigned having made some new arrwtf-

,,, ak Clothing and Genllctntn'i Fancy Goods Kirksey's store, where subscriber may bet found at notified to present them within the time prescribedby INC been appijintt-d Agent for the above Com r.. T iner.I in his basines*, re.nests al* '! in-

:ser otr.-reJ in this market. Al'>, a zeuer.il assortment all times. lawor I hey will.I I be birred pavn>ent."I. 0-.,'.and defining it unnooeary to di-cu the Eeza Dasher, Sarah Wafers Green R. Slater, Margaret Jeht d to call and settle up. In future ke will letp

of French, /2nli\, and Rtlgian Cloths, CHARLES A. NAIT, I. I. IJEARD Qnihfk-d' Executor. imp"trtonce and advantage of the mutuiii inurance France Slater Jane Elizabeth HIater. Harriet no book?, bat sell him goods esclcsitery for cub If

Black and Fanry Docdins and Catsimrrt Rlatktt't'l City Cotton ll'tigfier. December 11, l".VX r') Sf principle, would -pictfully: solicit the ron"IJl'r.J.Uttfl E M. Slater.John G. Skier 1 William Slater, produce ard by o doin* he wilt be able to seRtt

FtgucteJ Silk Satin, Cashmere, and J'tlrct Sptemher21,1S.t IJ. S7 tt (Ie f the citi/c-M of Tallalia-M.-e and vicinity. Any uif'Tiiiatifin John Goodmanand William Goodman Elleawcc ''I the lowest living price, which be premises do,

1'titinZ which he is prepared to manufacture at Notice. relative to it,can be obtained bv calling on the and Spain Defendants. and rrqcesfshis old customers and ether* wishirttJ t

the ,tbo.te; notice and in the most approved stjle.Tlie Notice. ubcriW S. S. KNIGHT. TT appearing to the satisfaction of this Court, b; buyloctogivehin a call lie haHn hand agoi

cotntaunity srencrally! are reipectluliy requested firm of Nah &, Tavlor i is tliii. day di" to call and inck before iii elsc- THE on the estate of Thomas Cowart, _
purcha
exjtniu-) : mutual consent. Those indebted will do ui .with the exception William Goodznan El- I and Woollen Coeds, &.C-, A.C., for family and p1aI'
where. Tal1ihaseeOctober 11, ','><). 4' late of Hillsborouzb County deceased!, herel! / gives C. C. BYRD & CO.,
the pleasure to settle as soon as possible.M. lenwood ieside cut ct the >tite of Florida, beyondthe lion Oaes.Jannart,
notice to all persons having claims az :ASH. /7ILL very on jurisdiction of Court, but in the United 4. tS5l. 52 AMOS
Cash Advances. October I, ISf). J. L. TAYLOR.The to present thtm to me within two >e azrceable: to law, ar they '.-i1I! be barrel the Farming Implements.TORFOLK .
That said Defendants
undersigned will make liberal cash advances I II ij thtrtfere OrJreJ ,

THE hipments} ol Cotton cauiDJ to J. L. I bJcinI hereafter will be conducted under of to nuke recovery immediate; and all persons. indebu-d, will please CASH ADVANCES& 'dtun made, New on York Cotton by shipped I Eeza Dasher, Sarah Waters.: Green R Slater Mar- Na 2 Turning: Plow,Bazrard SBnlltcncTJeji '.

inalhvood New York. I the p3vrnert.JOS.Plf ziret Frances Slater Jane FJizaberh Slater Harriet I Axes. Hcs Spades Rakes. For .
firm of NASH ii CO who respectfully solicit October li), ls3O. 41 F. 11. FLAGG.
SMALLWOOD GIBSON Si HARRIS. at'hireof the patronage of the citu--iu generally. I flecernber2llsrij.MOOR F.. Adm'r.Tama ___ 0- __ __ ,__ : K M. Slater John G. Slater. William Slater, and Com;hellersi,Strawcutter lt.Btrr JOEst****,

Qaincy, November 2, 1SiO. 43 4Rcadymade They expect to keep on band: a general aortracnt I ; Hay, &) St Strayed John Goodman and Spain appear and answer the Wacgoner s Jack-xTevs;Trace. Lr>c. Fifth and ElII&Ch.1inoo

of Good Meditine, and ecch other articles as are the subscriber at Ocklockonee Dili of Complaint filed in this cause within four ; Wheelbarrows Cartwheels, Wellpcffies, "

Clothing and Saddlery."I generally kept in their line of business. Notice ,1.T7ROM about the 23d 2-flh November months from the date cube publication of this Order Just received,and for sale bvJIcNAUGHT
\ Ray, or ,
the said Bill will be taken for confessed ololoNaNewport
October 5, 1S-V f. 39 NASH & ,or against d
CO.
UST received per Bark Mora from New York, a SIX months after date, I shall apply lo the lion- a bright sorrd hORSE 14 or 15 hands them.

.) Urge supply of Jlea>ly.inade Clothing and Sad New Stoves. Judge of Probate fr the County of Gad"- Inch very thin and spate, with long legs, and a ind it" further Ordered, That publication of Dee. SS. 1850.: 51 tt __

dlery, which are offered to the public on the mo! dun fur letters of final dismission a< Adtcinistrattix white spot in his lace. Any information will be this Order be made in $100 Reward.
some published at
receiving (rom New York Cooking, Parlor of the estate of William McGrifl late of newspaper
reasonable terms. hEIR & RUST. JUST thankfully' received or if required, suitably paid for
Tallahassee! week the of
October 12, iSY 40 Air Tight Stoves of the most approved patterns slid Count, deceased. by the !ub* liber, at Quincv. once THOMAS a tN BALTZELL space four month p RANAWAY on tile 17Ul July 1aA BT lit
and latest styles. Call and Examine them.T. SARAH McGPJFF, Adm'x. J. L SHIELDS. Judge.A ? ,about 2S rear old, f eee*

Notice.S'X WHITE & CO. Quincy, December 21, IS''). 50 Cm Decernber7IiO.1 43 true copy-Attest, : fiLincLes hicn of black compleiion ba very _1i
September 21. 1550 37 tf C. G. FIFE, Clerk.
---- -
------ : i eye, ., l. slowly, and h.a scar wi the nppr Fof
-
months from datr the undersigned,Executor -- Receiving from New York November 9. 150. 44 4m DlfW
THE TRUE MEDICINAL Notice. I one of his ear, causing it to terminate in !
I the last will and testament ol Uz Williams : Staple Goods and Groce of a piint I will the above reward for It de-

deceased late of Gadsden County" will apply to the COD LIVER OIL ALL persons deceased indebted late lo the estate of John Cole- : AFULLa-firtmentof of In Chancery. livery to me in Mobile pay if taken out of the St3 t..f'.
of Madison will
J Jje of Probate of said County tor a final discharge USEFUL in the cure ol Scrofula Consumption please make paincut, ; and al! County basing, demands ,. Brown Shirtings and Sheeting IN JEFFERSON CIRCUIT COURT. fifty"dollars for kw committal to anv jail from'Wb

aad Meltleinent up from said estate. Executor. Asthma tironchil is,Coughs, against lltaid estate, will please persons present them, Bleached do. d:>. Calicoes, Bill for Partition and Itistribution of B.t.rf I can get Iiim. An additional ?f 5"will be 1ai11 1'

SAMUEL WOODBURY and diseases of the Chest ai-d Lurijrs. A supply, legally attested, to the administrator. Wood and Willow Ware Alexander Scott, Administrator oMan B. C. Scott proof to conviction of his being harbored by any YhiUprrK'n.
: Gadsden 21 1'sSO. 37 Cm
County September this Wooden Buckets and Tub
ot valuable medicine is jut received which ;'ii VANS RANDELL. deceased, .

Notice. warranted pure, and of cry twperior 1'131ifY. DecemlM-r 21. 1 S'a. CO ft Fancy and Common Soaps t*. L T. WOODROF.

For sale by LEWIS & AMES, Sperm and Adamantine! Candle, David E. JL Scott, and others. Mobile, January 25, 1S51. 3'U

SIX months after date the undersigned.Admi nis. May 25, IiJ.' 20 Tallahassee, Fla. Salt. Brown and Loal Sugar, tills cause, it appearing from the all<5ations cf -

of the late Robert Fisher; will present Nails, Spanish Cisar., aborted Candies, IN the bill verified by afildavit of Complainant Fresh ArrivalAT
their final account and ,vouchers the Judge of Leon Sight Exchange 2000 BaLclTurk's Mind Salt, f- FaIt bviIcNAU Rio, Laguira, and Java Cotf!e. that Defendant E. Scott does fElt
not reside in the STORE
(;HT 4 OH OXD. TIlE NEW AND CHEAP CASH
Probate Court, and ask for a discharge from said estate On hand-A supply Kentucky Baling and Bale
of } but has fled
State Florida
to
NEW YORK, SAVANNAH and Dec. parts unknown, not
MACON Newport, 28,1850.; 51 tf.
Flour Bacon Rice r.cured Sfhoontr New Orl",1tS.
O Ripe, !l1 Ham, out of the United States: TQJ1lli.swefrtwi
for sale in sums to suit, byTHOMAS
R. W. FlS1IF.Rd m," J. PERKINS, Notice. I.aut, .c. JOHN McDOUGALL. It i* tlvrefore Ordered, That the aid David R M. 69 BBLS. superfine Flour 17 half bbk K,JJ
W. E. FISHER Ortot.cr5.lScO. H'J
5 October 12, 1 5? O. 40 Agent Marine Bank.JETNA Scott appear and answer, plead or demur to aid Bill bbls. Green Apple?, 19 bbl Irth rota.l'
July 20. I.S')._2S_Cm_ ALL persons, creditors, legatees, entitled dis Notice.SIX on or before the first Monday in June next, or theme bbl*. Onii ns, 5 ca>k.- Clear Side Bacon 4 ) -I
Go-
INSURANCE r>r otherwise interested in the estate will be taken for confessed and Prime Pork 49 boxes Cheese, 31 iS un
Notice. COMPANY Lot to him and cot
of Aaron [I. C. Scott, late ( JefTnson Flo- month after date, I shall make application CLan
u County,
down for hearing ]Jrqrf'fThat this Order hcn Batter, 2t bag prime Rk> Coffee. 10t1
HART1CORD, CONNECTICUT. the Honorable! Jud of Probate and for the 'r pane: -
IX months after date.the undersigned will make pd, deceased are hereby notified to exhibi't their e Drred
S application to the Court of Probate of Leon BUILDINGS, Stocks, and Cotton in Ware-house claims and demands within two scars horn this dateto County of Jefferson (for letters of dismi ion and discharge he published fur four months weekly in some iW'IVSI"rr ) Almond.4 bbK Oran. 3 boxes Lemony Herrinp.li11*"*
Executor of the last will and ] j.ubli.-hed in TalIuLa& prior to said first Monday rants, Cranberries Dried
the as testament of
County for letters of dismission as administrator c f loss by fire. iindcisignedor the same il1 be harmed; and and VTl
in June.Jnuuarv Nos.1 and 2,in barrels barrels
Ibe estate ol Joseph W. Lea, deceased. LKWIS & AMES all persons indebted to said deceased, are requestedto Ebenczer Fol dies and la Store and lor sale
8th 1851. Soap.
JOHN McDOUGALL, Adm'r. January 20, ISi3. 3 Agents, Tallahassee.Blacksmithing. make immediate payment. persons herein interested are hereby notified ac J. C. DAV1S :

?s'ovember2.1SO. 43 Cm ALEXANDER SCOTT Adm'r. cordingly. HARDY"MOORE.. THOMAS BALTZELL Jadgo. Sentinel
__ Jefferson County, January 11,1S51. 1 Sin Jefferson County, December 7, 1S50. 4S Cm A true copy: January 25, 1S51. 2 [ :
;
Bagging & Bale Rope. C. G. FIFE. Clerk. -

l E undersigned 'e peclful1Jinforms To Planters. Notice. January H 1851. 2 4m Notice. ;

"I fJLJ\ twos 20 11I.OIJlIDY Sea Uland Thtg do ing., .. A the public generally that, having rpHE undersigned have just received their Fall SIX months after date I shall apply to the Judge Notice. SIX months from this date I snail apply frttt ta!lbS| :

) do [employed eupnior Horse Sheer, he i is JL supply of Plantation Goods, which they offer Probate for Gad den County lor a final settlement of Probate of Gad>den County for l !
CO lll'
Kentucky ,
tO Coils jw. Rope. for guile IV'J.lcN.uOilT now prepared to execute all woik in that line in a for sale on accommodating terms, consisting: in part and discharge from the estate of Hardy Shepard S IX montli after date,the undersigned Administrator of dismission from 'the administration of tbe o i

& OIIMOXD. superior manner, and on usual terms. of the following: deceased. E. S. SHEPARD. Adm'r. of the estate of Walter R. Blackburn will present of John B. Durr, deceased. 0 .

Newport Dec. 28, 1>:0. Cl tt F. PAYNE. JMankett-London, Duffil, Mackinaw, asd Grey. Gadsden County, January 11, 1S51. 1 Cm his final account and vouchers to the Judge of Probate M. A. DUHR, AdmjnistTatotCadsden
June 29,1850. 25 tf J'/ainl-all wool and heavy. of Jefferson County, and ak for a discharge from County, January 19, l.M. 2 tJ _

Ker.ry -Washington, striped and Goorgia.Uiney P. P. LEWIS, aid estate.ELIAS

Notice. Notice.. -fancy plaids and plain colois. Local Dentist, Tallahassee Florida. LASTING Notice. .

copartnership wLidha,exutcft 1 under) the name indebted to the 0 estate of Cotton osnaburcJ,brown shirtings, prints flannels OOilS in February I, 181. 4 6ia creditors and legatees and perscns enti!'tedleALL
THE persons Alexander T) the new immediately )\1'
firm (.f BULL A PllATOHIUS. u thw day ALL ,late of the Ccunly of Ilill.borougb) in handkerchiefs,shawls, negro caps and wool) hal8",and H A L East of the Post building Office where out of theestate of Oscar FJllr j
din lived mutual consent iinK-btcd to a large stock of nmetu. HEIR & RUST. Notice. of Gad.-den County, are limbj
deceased
by Florida d desired
AUJlCfP4IUS the Slate of deceased are lo make he will be found l unless tb'
,
the above firm ,'iIllll1L"C call with J. R immediate ment of the fame to, the undersigned October >, 1&50. 42 professionallyengaged. A LL. person indebted to the estate of Benjamin that their claims and demands will be barred'* I
pa) September 7
1850.
Dull who will atteuJ to the settlement of die cuticuii. Executors of said estate. All persons, as well also Notice. 35 Thompson,late of Gad den County, deceased 1. expiration of two years from the date btre?f..DDlb at i

J. J1. BULL, the heirs and legatees named in the last will aod let are hereby requested to come forward and make immediate the same be exhibited to the subscribers w"BIl.jtime J

J. PKETOUIUS, lament of slid deceased, having claims against the SIX month after date.applicatifn will be made to Notice. payment to the subscriber ; and! all persons ; and all persona having any demand Ib IIII fof

yovember: 19, 1850. 46_ said estate! arc requested to present the same to the Honorable Judge of Probate of J trier son A MEETING of the Stockholders of the Union Laving demands,either creditors or distributee,againstsaid the said estate are also notified to present

r said Executors within two years from the date hereof County by the undersigned Administrator t>(George Bank of Florida will be held at the Banking estate, are hereby notified to present them within settlement without delay.

To Planters. of this notice will be plead in bar of any such Ellis, deceased, late of paid Cointy, for dischargefrom House in t the City ol Tallahassee, on Monday, the the time prescribed by law, ortheir payment will be OWES.nLL Y.V",

lit-rliHst prico} rail) Ix COTTON and TO claims. THOMAS P. KENNEDY, bald adwinibtratorsbip.CLIAULE.S. 3d day of February: for the election ol Directors. barred JAMES FILLYA' .

rIlE at all time*, ly J. C. V.\VIS.1'all.w:1ucc F.LLKN MARTIN, L. POWELL.Jcffcison BY. L. RUTGERS. Cashier. l W.: E. KILCREASE. Admur.Gitleden Exccntors of last Will and TetmC0Caddcn S
County' OctobetOG, LbZ'). 42 tin January 4, ISol.: 52 51 County, January 25,1631. 3 St County, January -I, 1551. Z
Dec. 2 1, 1 b$0. 50 Tampa, Fa., Nov. 30, IS O. 47 121 Exccuton.( "