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

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LAWS OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA, making shall take and subscribe an oath or affirmation bond dollars -
persons application ry eight ; for protesting bill exchange or promissory i should be found that the building is In a condition to answer
the Fifth Session of the General before the recording officer of said County, statingthe note, two dollars and present
Passed Assembly, proper fifty cents ; noting same, one dollar; for the purpose for which it was then the is to
1850-. name of the person, to whom married, the name and office of !attending at a demand, tender or deposit, and noting same, one dol. be considere the County site until designatN building there located present commences

.__,_.___ ____ the person who administered the marriage ceremony, the office from lar; for registering foreign protested bills, or protest, fifty cents. freely to decay.
of the officer
which the licence was issued, the name and authority SEC. 2. Be it further enacted, That so much of "Act
an to establish [Pa-wed the Houre of Representatives, 2i
CHAPTER 395.-[No. 84.] issuing the same, and, as near as may be, the date of such license, and a Tariff of Fees," approved Cth January, 1847, as fixes the : January 21,1851.: Approved by the Governor January/January, 185t.! 1831.PWed] th Senate,
t\. ACT to establish a Circuit Court in Levy Count}*,and to fis: the forms of the, when executed; which oath or affirmation shall be taken in writing, '[ fees of Notaries Public and all laws inconsistent with this act, be, !
Circuit Court of the several Counties of the Southern Circuit of Honda. and recorded in tlC office of the proper recording officer in said and the same are hereby repealed as to said County. CHAPTER 411.-{[No. 100.]

SECTION 1. lie il enacted by the Senate and House of RepresentoJirftofthe County.SEC. I [PILoUICtl the Senate, December 61850. Passed the House of
Representative AX
Stair of! Florida in General Assembly convened, That 4. Be it further cnact&l, That to re-establish any will, letter December 1C, 1850. Approval by the Governor, December 23, 18:O.] *, ACT to change and make of permanent Rosa the dr.ling. line between the Counties

tlIt'I't's1mlJ, ) be esiablified: in the County of Levy a Circuit Court, testamentary of administration, of guardianship, assignment! of SECTION Snt a
1. Be it enacted the
by Senate and House '
and with the and dower, or or or instruments of writing in of Represenatires -
ullllcr the jirmiMons same jurisdiction powers asunprovided any paper papers any way CHAPTER 400. No. 93. the State
-[ ] of of Florida in General
by law for told Courts in other Counties of the connected with the administration of the estate of any decedent, or I Assembly Tf
the administration of guardians, which have been recorded or required j lAX ACT tn extend the provisions of the first section of"An Act giving a lien to : the line dividing the Counties of Santa Rosa and Walton

*"utc.Sr.". 2. lie it furllirr enacted, That from and after the'passage of by law to be recorded, and which have been lost or destroyed approved Steamhriiit| January men, and 4, 1817 other, and Xavigatiiig also of "An the Bay Act to nnd amend River An of Apalachicola Act approved," i: known out by and the distinguished United States hencefonan as the Range Line marked

this art the terms of the Circuit Court of the several Counties of I as aforesaid, the applicant shall produce the original, or a palter January 4. 1817! giving a lien to Steamboat men, and others Xavigatmg the I (231 and Surveyor dividing Ranges twenty-three1
UK-, Southern Circuit of Honda i shall be as follows in each and eYe writing purporting to be a copy, or as near a copy of the original nay and River of Apalaclucola," approved January, 1849, over the County with the Gulf twenty-four of Mexico,,)thence commencing where the same Intersects
rfHilM*trough.SECTION running said hide fd where the
lost with full circumstantial
or so
In wit : paper papers or destroyed, or
tnO'l'lr'JSPIU*" TEIMI-In the County of Levy, on the first Monday of proof of the substance thereof, and of his, her or their intention to 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of RepresenfativcJi same intersects with the line dividing the States of For a and Ala-
of Hernando the second :: re-establish such lost or aforesaid, and shall notify the ; of the State of Florida in General; Assembly convened That bam
JUv l : in the County on Monday of :May: ; paper papers SEC. 2. Be it enacted That all laws
*jn the County' of II borongh, on the third :Monday: of May ; in the I opposite party or parties in the manner provided: in the first sectionof the provisions of the first section of"An Act giving a lien to Steam. conflicting: in further wise with the, and parts of Jaws
County of Monroe, on the first :Monday: of July. this act, (if no sufficient ohjection be made,) such paper or par I i; boat men and others navigating the Hay and River of Apalachicola," same are any provisions of this act be; and the
:: pers so lost or destroyed, shall be re-established, and again admitted j' approved 4th January, 1817, and also the provisions of"Au Act to hereL., repealed.
October! to record. amend An Act approved January 4, 1847, giving a lien to Steam Fad Satc. December 6.18.*O. fa'e the Hou.q of Jprettvc
; 4
tulicr' ; i in the County of Hill vroilierj; in the County of Monroe on the first Monday in Doc-em* January S, 1851. approved by tile Governor January :2IJ:I, 1S51.] approved 11th January, 1849, be, and the same are hereby, exten
dog{ over the County of Ilillsborough, and the said acts shall have CHAPTER 412.-[No. 101.] .
l beer.
:-r.c.: 3. Bf it further enacted, That the said Circuit Court of ChAPTER 400.-[Xo. 89.! ] the same operation within said County of Hillsborough, as if the AX ACT to change and establish the lines o Franklin Count r

i wid: County shall be annexed and 'belong to the Southern Judicial AN ACT consolidating the Counties of Thule and Monroe, and making them a said County* had been originally included therein. SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of'Reprffenta-
Circuit and that it shall be the duty of the Judge of the said Southfrn District for Judicial purjNv3.SKCTIOX ., I j [Pa--.J the Senate January 20. 1851. Pa-ved the Honseof Representatives'! tire of the Stale of Florida in General Assembly convened,
Circuit to hold Spring and Fall terms of said Court as prescri- : 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and Jfoiisc of Ilcprcscntalivcs January 21, 1851. Approved by the Governor, January 23, 1851.] from and after the passage of this act, all that part of this Tat-

ltd in the second! Fection of this act. of the State of Florida in General Assembly convened, That : eluded within a line Winning at a point on the Apalachicola River;
SK<".4. llr it further errarted1'hat until the County Site shall hereafter the Counties of Monroe and Dado shall, for Judicial pur-I CHAPTER 407.-[No. 90.] known as the mouth of Owl Creek, thence up said Owl Creek to tho

have !been established! and a Court House erected, the said Court poses, be consolidated and be held and regarded as one District ; and AX ACT to provide fur the TraiiMniision of Election Returns in the County of moath of Black Mill Creek, thence due east to the Ocklockoned
shall lie held at the house of Mrs. Andrews, at Wacasassa, orat the it shall be the duty of the Judge of the Circuit Court presiding in I Levy. River, thence down the eastern banks of said River, including th<$
most} convenient place in that vicinity, which shall he determined by I the Southern Circuit, to hold Courts for said Counties at Key West, I i SECTION 1. Be il enacted by the Senate and House of Represent Elands in said River, to the most eastern point of James Island,
the County Commissioners, whose duty it shall be to fix upon and in the County Monroe: and the jurisdiction of said Circuit Court atirrjs of the State of Florida in General Assembly convened, That thence south and west, along the leeward side of James, Dog St
arrange such place for the sittings ofsaidCouit fur such intcrvejuii shall extend over both of said Counties, both in civil and criminal I from and after the passgc of this act, it shall be lawful for the Inspectors George and Vincent's Islands, thence following the
time. matters, as fully and completely as if they composed one County. I at any election precinct in the County of Levy, to employ to: the place of beginning, shall constitute a ForbeUne -

EI. 5. lie il further enacted, That the County Commissioners ; SKO 2. Be iifurtlier enacted, That all the dockets, records, files, I some responsible person to carry the returns of any election which called the County of Franklin.
aforesaid shall have; power to rent a suitable building or room for and papers belonging to the Circuit Court of Dade County, shall be I may he held at any precinct in said County, to the Judge of Probate SEC. 2. Be it further enacted, That all acts or parts of acts conflicting -;
the l'urpr1st's aforesaid, at not exceeding one dollar JKT day dune transferred to the Clerk of the Circuit Court fur Monroe County, in said County, such person having first been sworn to perform said with the} provisions of this act, be, and the same are hereby

each session, which shall be chargeable to the County, and who shall keep and preserve the same as part of the dockets, records j duty within the time prescribed by law. And such person shall be repealed. .
paid from the funds thereof. files, and papers of the said Circuit Court holden for tIle said entitled to the same compensation for such service as is prescribed [Pa*"ed the Hou'of Jprf'nttivcl. January 3, 181. Failed the Senate
:SEc.: : .G. / f it further; charted, That it shall be the: duty of the. Counties of Monroe and Dade. I by law for Inspectors.Passed January 7, 1851. ppro'c b Go\Ocrr,January 131851.]

Jadire of Probate, or in his absence, death or resignation! ;, of two I SEC .'{. Be it further enacted That the said Clerk of the Circuit [ the Hou-e of Representatives\ January 4. 1851. Pa*ed tho Senate,
Justices of tlie Peatv residing nearest! the centre of the County, ton Court for Monroe County shall keep a separate book, in which shall 1 January y, 1S51.! Approved by" Ole Governor, January .O, 1851.] CHAPTER 413.-[No. 102.]

(-der :mi election i to be held on the first Monday' :March next at i be recorded all deeds, mortgages, and instruments of writing to AX .C to change and define the Western and Southern Boundary of too
tli-' several precincts! the County, under such laws, forms, restric- ands in Dade County, or which may he executed by parties residing CHAPTER 403.-[No. 97.] County u Gad:'
tnuis, rules and regulations as are now provided for County officers : in Dade County, which book shall be known as the record of AX ACT to provide fur the compensation of Jurors in the County of Gadsnlen. SECTION. Belt enacted by.the Senate and House of Rcpresenld-

throughout the State, and as are not inconsistent with this act, for I deeds for Dade County. SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Represen tires of the State of Florida z General Assembly convened, That
the purpose determining! the location of the County' site, and for ; SEC. 4. Bc il further cnartcrl'fiat the jurisdiction of Justices of tatives of the Stale of Florida{ in General Assembly convened, That from and after the passage of this act, the Apalachicola River shall
the! t.hli.hillg!: the! Court House! ; That:1t !said election each voterat i the Peace in and for Monroe County, both in civil and criminal from and after the passage of this act, it shall be the duty of the be i the Western Boundary of Jadsden County, from the line of the
: each preci.ict, shall declare] upon his ticket] the place which he natters, shall extend into and over said County of Dade as fully I Board of Commissioners for the County of Gadsden, to allow compensation State of Georgia, down said River} to a point known as the mouth
wmild prefer for the County site of said Comity, and the place refi'iving and completely as if said Counties of Dade and Monroe composed I to the Jurors of said County, in the following manner: to of Owl Creek.

;; the highest number of votes at said election, shall be the I one County. I every Juror who resides fifteen miles from the Court House, and under SEC. 2. Be it jlrtl r enacted, That the Sooter Boundary of
County site for said County, and remain so till changed by law ; Slr.5. Be further enacted, That whenever the proper officers twenty miles, fifty cents ->er day in addition to the present com Gadsden County shall commence at a Apalachicola
and the maid Judge of Probate or Justices of the Peace shall certify in Dade County shall have duly qualified for the discharge of their pensation; to every Juror who resides over twenty miles from the River known as the mouth of Owl Creek, thence tle np said Creek td

the result of said: election to the Secretary of State, and to the Boardof respective duties, this act shall cease and be void, so far as relatesto Court lion se, the sum of one dollar per day in addition to the the mouth of Black 'Ii Creek, thence on a line running due East
Commissioners! for said Countv.ouse civil causes ; but, as to criminal causes, it shall continue to operate compensation : Provided, the compensation allowed by this present act, to Ocklockonee .
[ "'ed the H ouse (f Representative.*, Peceniltflr 10 1 Rio Parsed the Senate, so as to make the said Counties Monroe:: and Dade one and shall be paid out of tune County Treasury. SEC. 3. Be it further enacted, That all acts and parts of acts conflicting -
January: 2u, lb5L Approved by the Governor, January 28, It:51.] the same District ; and the Clerk of :Monroe: County shall thereupon SEC. 2. Be itfurtJicr enacted, That all laws and parts of laws with the provisions of this act be, and the same herebv
transfer to tlio Clerk of Dade County whatever records amiI""ID conflicting. with the urovUJoni of th'o OInt K__ __..I..t. -.. u,....,. vm *.<.i"<*e*, it>31. Ya..d are '
Cw...,.. vi{)( .-fr_ o. !85.] .- .IW In"'J awi.vv.*-..*......- ...... ....%. ./.&.....** v.... .'.' .*- w.*. J ......... -_. rppa1. 1851. Approved by the oemor.caIUr.January 13, 1sa.: ] te &j
AX ACT to amend An Act entitled An Act to crtabuVh a Circuit Court in Levy Dade County. [Passed the House c>f Representatives! January 20,1851.:) Pard the Senate,
fliuntr,and to fix the term of the Circuit Courts of the oevcral Counties of [Pawed the Senate, ? ',erlllR0.; Passed the house! of Representative.", January 22, 1851.: Approved by the Governor January 24, 1851.] CllIAPTER 411-[NO. 103.]
the Southern; Circuit of Florida" January 3, 11.:> Approved by the Governor, January 7, It):>1.]
SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Rcprcjicn- CHAPTER 409.-[No. 93.] AX ACT to change the Southern Boundary of Lon County;
SECTION 1. Be it enacted the Senate
tairutl! Stale of Florida in General Assembly convened; That Cn.tPTER 401.-[No. 90.] AX ACT to locate and make permanent tile County Site Walton County. by House of Represent
olives the Stale Florida in General
of of Assembly convened That
from and after the passage of this act, the Spring Term of the Cir AX ACT giving to the Judge of Probate *>f Er; miuia and Hamilton Counties SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatires the in the Southern of Leon ,
rust Court shall\ be held iii'the County of Levy ou the fourth Monia the powers of Justices of the Peace in certain ca.cs. of the Stale of Florida in General Assembly convened, That change Boundary County shall. com:
where the
of said
(:-' in March[ ; in the County of Hernando, ou the first Monday in SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives William Cawthorn, Joel Crowder, Uriah Kemp, L. L. McKinnon .I road mence leading from orn'inn boundary to St. County thence Crosses the rail
April; in the County of Ilillsborough, on the second Monday in of the Slate of Florida in General Assembly convcnetl, That and James D. Clary be, and they arc hereby] appointed, commissioners I two sections lahasee, "':Irks along, section along line railroad the
April ; in the ok.Monroe: the first in May. the of the Probate Court of Escambia and Hamilton suitable in the to
County on Monday hereafter Judge to select a place County of Walton fora County i Ocklocknee river, and thence down said river to the original boun
SEC. 2.: lie itfurthrr enacted, That all laws or parts of laws con. shall be, by virtue of his ollice, Justice of the Peace for said Site; and it shall be their duty to contract for the building of a suitable dary.

flirting with the provisions' of this act, be and the same are hereby Counties : Provided, ho-j-evcr, That the jurisdiction of said Judgeof Court House on the Site selected by them, and to cause the SEC. 2. Be it enacted, That all laws and parts of laws inconsistent
repealed. Probate, as such Justice, shall only extend to the collection of same to be built as soon as practicable ; and they are hereby empowered with the further provisions of this act, be and are hereby repealed.
[1'1Li! January4,1851.; Apprutud by the Governor, January 2t, 11)1.; SEC. 2. Be iJ further enacted, That all proceedings had and done Sr.c. 2. Be it further enacted, That it shall be the duty of the
I Pawedtha Senate, t, 1851.: Passel the H-mse of
of Probate, virtue of this act shall be Comtnis.-ioners of said [ January Representative ,
before said Judge by subject Count County to levy a tax upon the people January 13, 1b1. Approved by Ole Governor, January 22, 181.J
CHAPTER: 3U7.-[No. 80.] to such rules, regulations, and restrictions as are now in force in regard I j (said County, sufficient. pay for the building of said Courthouse .
AN ACT to :UUCtl.) An Art -ntitled "An Act to re-cstaUitJi the Records of the to proceedings in Justices'! Courts, with this exception{ that i| and to cause the same to be collected as other taxes are;
County of J Jackson and for other purpo cx"SECTIOX said Judge of Probate) shall hold a Court, as Justice of the Peace, I and the five Commissioners above appointed are hereby authorized CHAPTER 415.-[No. 104.]
1. Bc it enacted flu Senate and House instead of in month. AX ACT to change the name of Benton to that of Hernando Countv.
by of RcprcxcnMm once in three months, once every I I: to draw upon the Treasurer of said County for the amount expended County
of the Stoic Florida in General Assembly convened, That I erection of said SECTION 1. Be it enacted by tlie and House
of! [PasM-d the Senate. January, 18a. Passed) the HIMW <>f Heti pre"eutatives' in the building. Sena of Rtrue.
the troth Action of an act entitled "An Act to re-establish the Re- January 21,185L! Approved by the Governor, January, le>: 1.J :ti: IC. 3. Be it further enacted, That in case said Commissioners atives of the Stare of Florida in Assembly cOlcened, Tl.t .
cords of the County of Jackson, and for other purposes," approved disagree, the majority of them shall govern. I from and after the passage of this act, the name of Benton County

the! twcnty-seventh, day of December, in the year one thousand eight CHAPTER 402.-[No. 91.] SEC. 4. Be it further enacted, That the Site selected by said Commissioners I shall be changed to that of Hernando County; and the said County
hundred and forty.tight! be, and the same i is hereby, so amended as shall be final, and the Courts of said County shall be held shall hereafter be known and designated a Hernando County.
AX ACT to define specifically the duties of the Hard: of County Conuni:4l iUlKT8
to |
allow proceedings under the provision*! of finiel amended act, tow of Monroe County. at the' Court House erected, or caused to be erected, by them ; and I [Passed the Itmise of Representatives, December ii 1. 1850. Passed the

this- taken act and commenced: within two years next after the passage of SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House/ of Representatives I the.law 01 laws establishing the County! Site of said County, at[ I ate, D-mbr 13, 1850. Approved by the..__o\"err._., IJecember 24,1850:]&
not after. I of the Stale of Florida in General Assembly convened, Tli.it Ucheanna ami all laws for the establishing of thc County Site for -- -
lkawbt!Pried die Senate, TWetfiVr 9,1 fi50.:) P.i cd the ITou{e<>f Representative, hereafter the County Commissioners of the County of Monroe shall, t said County, now in force,1 lJe and the same are hereby repealed: Pro- JU1ER 416.-[No. 105.j
: 14, lb&u. the Governor, December i'a, liairevcr That the Circuit Court for
Approved liy ltS5U.J] Tided, County of Walton
after the expenses of collection of the revenue assessed and collectedfor I AX ACT to regulate Camp Hunting in the Counties EscaniLla and Sania
1 shall be held at the Court House in Ucheanna until the o
the use of said County, and after all other necessary expenses in County Sites Rosa;
CHAPTER 398.-[N'ti. 87.] keeping in repair the public buildings, under tho control of said 1 I selected, and the Court House erected as aforesaid. SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Sends. arid House of Representatives

AX ACT to rc-cxtaUi-h the Rifcord* Hf Gad..dcn County. County Commissioners, are paid, apply the balance of the revenue [l'a..\J the Senate, Den-nilMT 14, 15SO. Pawed the House of Representative I of the Stale of Florida in General Assembly convened;
SECTION 1. Jr it rnacicd by the Senate and House of Rejircxcnlat'wtnf collected to the Common School of the County.SEC December 1t, 18:>0. Approved by the Governor, December 20,1850.] from and after the passage of this act, .it not be lawt for Tat per

1 the Male of Florida in General Assembly convened, That 2. Be it furtl r enacted, That all laws and parts of laws militating CHAPTER 410. No. 99. sons entering the Counties of Escambia: or Santa Ros, the purpose .
all the provisions: of the Grunts of Jackson, and for other purposes[ ," and approved repealed.Piwwd. AX ACT for the removal of the County Site in Nassau Countv." themselves at any one time into companies of more than five". _

December the. 27th, 18 IS, shall bo applicable to the County [ the house f>f Representative, January 4,1P51. Paused the Senate, WHEKBAS, a petition has been presented to this Assembly from the SEC. 2. Be it further enacted, That fo arty violation of ths act,
of Gadsden. : Provided, That nothing in this act shall prevent parr January 7, 1851. Approved by the Governor, Jmiuarv 13, 1851.] County of Nassau, praying the removal of the Court House from I Ithe person or persons s offending, shall upon conviction; fined
lies from proceeding at Common Law or in Equity, in the same its present location ; and whereas, another petition has been pre ia a sum not less than five nor niore than fifty dollars.

manner they might have done previous to the I pur:1gef this act. CHAPTER: 403.-[No. !},2.] sented from the same County against the removal of the CourtHouse [Pursed the Senate,January 13,18:1 rat house of Representatives,

{trawl the Senate Januarv 2i( 1&51. Pwwod the H< use (.( Representatives, AX ACT relating to the offices of Sheriff and Clerk of the County of HrmaruK and from the conflicting character of the petitions it being January 16, 1851. Approved t ,January 23, 1831.J
Jaauu.rS1D51. Approved by tile Governor, January :!t, 1851.] SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and louse of Representatives impossible for the Legislature to determinine what really are the

of the State of Florida in General Assembly convened, That wishes of the people: Therefore, CHAPTER 417 -[No. 100.J
CnAITER 3911.-[No. 88.] from and after the first Monday in October, eighteen hundred and SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Represent' AX ACT supplemental to An Act .eitIn' Act to rrgutatc Cainp Hunting
AN ACT trt r WlttUF.AI1'lt Records of St. Lucie County have keen destroyed of Hernando, shall keep their respective offices at the CourtHouse the next general election in the County of Nassau for County officers the General AscLy.

liy the Indians : Tliercfore, in said County the qualified voters, when they come forward at the different WHEREAS, In engrossing the above mentioned bill; a l provision, excepting -

SF.PTIOX; 1. He it enacted by the Senate and Houxc of Ileprcjtcnr [Passed the House of Representatives, January 1C, 1851. Pa wJlhc l Senate, precincts to put in their votes, shall then and there express, on their those who might piss from Perisac'dla 1 t the opposite side
r Of fa Stoic o( Florida in General Assembly convened, That January 16, 1851. Approved by the Governor, January 23,1M1.] I ballots, their assent or dissent to the removal of the Court House. of the Bay of Pensacola, from the operation df said bill, was
It Mull and may be lawful for any person or persons, whose titles, SEC. 2. Bc it further enacted, 'lliat if, after canvassing the votes omitted : Therefore, 0
ands, bonds, mortgages, conveyances receipts, or other papers rc- I CHAPTER 404.-[No. 93.] majority of the votes should be found to be in favor of the removal SECTION 1. tie it enacted by the Scneite and itmtse of Represcnlalives -

9uin'd by law to be recorded, and which have }been of record in the AX ACT to legalize certain act of the Clerk of tile Circuit Court and ex-njficio of the Court House, then the Judge of Probate is empowered to of lite State of Florida in General Assembly convened, That
COJnt.v of Sl Lucie, and lost or destroyed by the InclilIls110 shall Judge of Probate for Columbia County. order an election to be held for the purpose of appointing five commisiioners the provisions of said bill shall not bo held to apply to persons passing -

tl'OduC a paper writing purporting to be 1 a copy of the original j>aIrs SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of! RcjirTscnlathfjt whose duty it shall be to select a site for the CourtHouse from the city of Pensacola} to the opposit side of the Bay of
or destroyed, as of the State of Florida in General Assembly convcnctl, That purpose
1 pros' f of tile substance thereof, and of his or her or their title thereto, all acts performed by the Clerk of the Circuit Court as ex-r JJicio SEC. 3. Be it further enacted, That it shall be the duty of the [Passed pr Senate. ,January 20, 831. Passed the House of Representatives,
"d shall file the same in the office of the proper recording officer of Judge .of Probate for the County of Columbia during the period intervening Judge of Probate in said County to make out and deliver the per- January .!: ,1. Approved b the Governor, January 21, 1851.J
sail chosen as commissioners certificate of their election and shall
County, and shall serve on the opposite party a copy thereof, between the resignation of James S. Jones, Judge of Pro. sons ,
notify' by advertisement in a newspaper published in the Eastern! 'bate of said County, and the election and qualification of his successor County, a ]
circuit for the space of one month, that such person or persons intend be, and the same arc hereby legalized and made binding in thereof, and the expense of said certificate and the lawful .AX: ACT to provide &r.the removal of the Indiana now remaining in Florida beyond *
of the of Probate about said election the limit of the State.
Judge shall be
to establish such titles, deed, bond, mortgage, conveyance, re- the charges paid
Ce'pt, or other paper required by law to be recorded, then it shall premises. .. out of the County Treasury ofsaid County.SEC. WHEREAS, There is still remaining within the boundary of this State
shall be made [Passed the Houso of Representative, January 161851. Paused the Senate, 4. Be further enacted, That the said commissioners ('}('c. a remnant of the tribe of Seminole Indians
jtofl may Le lawful, in case no sufficient objection January 18, 1851. Approved by the Governor, January 23, 1851.] contrary to the stipulations .
*;*the recording officer of said County to establish the title and ted in accordance with the foregoing, after having taken oath fairly of the treaty of Pajne's Landing, and to just and reasonable
right of such person or persons, and admit again to record such paM and impartially, and with their utmost skill and ability to dischargethe : expectations of the people who have purchased the pnblfc
berg aforesaid: Provided, That nothing iu this section contained CHAPTER 40 .-[No. 91.] duty entrusted to them, shall proceed to select the most eligible lands and settled on the Indian frontier : And whereas, by tho
ihall be so construed as to prohibit the re-recording of any paper required AX ACT to establish the Fees Notaries Public in certain cases In tho Countyof site for the Court House, at or as near tho centre of the County as tends of the act of Congress admitting Florida into the Union

by law to bo recorded, upon 1 presentation of the original with Monroe. possible, and said commissioners are authorized to purchase a tract her jurisdiction ;is declared to extend over all the terrHory within!
e certificate of a proper recording officer of said County thereon. SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representa. of land, not to exceed forty acres, for the use of the County : Provided tIer boundary, except certain reservations fdr military. purposes,
SEC.: 2. Be it further enacted, That to re-establish records of lira of the State of Florida fa General Assembly convened That That if the location selected be private property, the price to be but rendered inoperative by reason of the continuance of
*urh and Brands lost or destroyed ns aforesaid, the person or per- from and after the passage of this act' Notaries Public in and for the, paid for said land, shall be approved of by the County Commis the Indians within our borders, contrar fa these solemn 'oblKi-. .
making application shall take and subscribe an oath (or nffinn.t County of Monroe, shall be entitled to charge and demand and receive t *<* ) before the proper recording officer of said County, stating the the following fees, viz: SEC. 5.. Be_ farther, enacted, That said commissioners are authorized _- as, these Indians having repeatedly passed beyond their preaeribedf*'' .
I Particular Mark and Brand recorded; and BO lost find destroyed, and For noting protest of a Captain oft vessel 1, three dollArs; for extending t contract for the erection of I Court House and other bounds, and 1n the most traeheros and unprovoked 'spanner'

I "* near as may be the time when the,,same was recorded, which oath same, ten dollars; for administering each oath, twelve and suitable buildings, the expense attending g the same to be paid out of murdered d peaceable citizens and destroyed their property*, .
: *" | he taken in writing and recorded in the office of the proper re- a-half cents ; for each order of survey, one dollar; for each certificate any funds that may be in the Treasury of the Count j : IJroii creating terror and, insecurity throughout the line of our': '
cording officer of said County. with seal thereto?' fifty cents ; comparing papers, six, and houera'i.1iat the dperations of the foregoing'sections are frontier settlements, rendering the tenure'of property whol precarious,

sc. 3. Be it further enacted, That re-establish records of MarriaSc a-a-quartercents hundred word ;; for copying any record or paper no avail unless.it should bo found that the present Court loos retrding emigrton to our State, and operating most Injariousl-r

which have been lost or destroyed as aforesaid, any j>>>crBon or I ,.twentv-fivc cents per hundred words; for drawing each bottom i I would need large and extensive repairs, but if, upon against our prosperity and iinprovoiuent; Therefore, .

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f -.e. .
KoTeneat in Virginia. eminent favors; we hare .
Sncno the Sau& end House done with safety, or as be necessary, and raise a over one hun 1
1. Bf tf exaricd by of Represent- may of the old Dominion are in rights, and endured the
turret O( the S&e of Florida ia General .t'rriia v rearmed, That such ves-sel in by sigaal, for which service such Pilot tons, shall The Democracy on our brand d

the Governor of this State be and be is bertby invested with full be entitled to full Pilotage.SEC. per day; Ev- motion, prepu-ato"ry to._the Spring elections, fi6c source property.of all And q tr it x

power and authority to urge upon the President of the railed states, 7. Be it further enacted. That when any \ tons and under and with an eye to. the Presidential campaign Representative have rtccth eta .:, ) ;jIP-

through the proper de[ arla>ett. the necessity for the speedy and final over said Bar shall refuse the services of any Pilot of shall pay two of 1S52. On the 12th nlL a large, by Federal Wandisiuwsts* beta Tta.'i: k..t..'

removal: of the remnant of Senuaele Indians now remainbg in offering to pilot such vessel l out, such Pilot shall be of three hun i convened in the city of Richmond, has faded. tzibftravn R

Florida agreeably to the ttipalatioas of the treaty of Faroe's s Landla pQotage only, and the Pilot who brought such vessel er five hundred assemblage I defined system its bitte That IT. ttfa .
of members of the by fruiu. "i 'rII
j jc
*. and the repeated a&Miranei1 of the General Government :mdtmriJ over said Bar shall have the preference or refusal of fifty cents per composed principally othe Let '.crAie we

t- this ran be effected the necessity of maintaining the amount of services, or of substituting some other Pilot in his tons and t State Convention and Legislature, both of1 an be alarmed us form a SIlYtI, ,"n tritLa

force and the chain of Posts desirnsied bv. the Secretarv of \ruin the services of said Pilot or his substitute be refused, per day ; And which bodies are now in session. Of the j in, ocr the szcnist;ko d.
dou i a remedy lnio.JO; aad >1tI
shall be entitled notwithstanding his services be charged )
offering erg
ISliSEC. character of the assemblage the Enqvirer'says j poely, to make fight ith :I. ,.
j a he.
i Bf farther enacted That the Governor U hereby authorized to the same pay for pilotage as he would uTe been I rr ;
hit would be dificult to collect togefhj j f i in the maratenaace of offr q.J
and required, when it fball be expedient and proper, to been accepted : Provided, That in all cases the Pilot Ifi. 1SSOPassed J Government.* '.-.*t1 is : r:
rain a regiment of Mounted Volunteers, to commanded bv one sacb vessel ia or his substitute, shall be ready and b
Coluoel, with a ReguuectU Staff one Lieutenant Colonel, and one Captain of such vessel, or other jiersoa having her : :a 1 H 5n.] and distinc on." Among the most con*pic : tenttOn\ t Up:1 SMI J'r: s' fit

Msjor, and to consist of ten Companies of eighty rank and file each. pilot such vessel I over said Bar without improper delay.SEC. -- -- eons actors was Henry A. Wise, whose 0pening j if Presidency need be ; unite the on l and htW L.
to II00-[
and commanded each by one Captain and two Lieutenants, and to 8. Be it farther taeted, That every Tessel, 1Jnrnal. find in the I. If
speechve reported Enijvirtr where the States
each havia n
increase the same if need be, to two Regiments. not exceeding eight apparel, and furniture shall be liable l for the pOotage ..r will ; O&tT ,
and be by attachment be and which we append that our readers gia be as'powerficl as d* -'**t '
proceeded against or (
hundred men rank and file to each Regiment, with their proper officers may 1bo'ham
I of New
; which said troops shall U properly armed and equipped.Six. tion for the same, after judgment.SEC. :: may see the movements b contemplation I States York and OBoftod t.

3. Bf it farther enacted. That the Gotemor shall have fallpower 9. Be it farther enacted, That the owner or in Virginia the mother of States and of;j I will be b the best condition to Rra=!!?-t '.

and :authority to ue said troops authoring to be raided and or other person having charge of any vessel at the 1, 183L Statesmen :" the control of the Executive bni r;. r i'
service U rendered within the of I Government. Now there is .. !.y
pHotage meaning Y.J", ,
commissioned, to (-'erate with any force of L'nued States troop? Mr. WISE was the prindral fpeaker of the tweatfrkio. !stimtioaal tI '
which the President order }Florida forte of removing the consignee, if any funds or property shall come he the i iI orna-aaicniahbtbii leis a i
may to purpose found an inter i urged at Irftrth DcestyJ.>f mum and of the battle
the Indian, ail contemplated by tiis act and for the protection: 3uJPeCant belonging to such owner, captain,or other person, shall I I i or.: .-. He ccc frd Ted the pre-exit a LiTorilie 11 11| isibe fighting of the s \ of the frontier bhtllrrlrrGtor, as Comaiaoder-in-CLief of liable for such pilot.tel:1d all fees and rates of nt which befel ,j time to commence :. Many rond are brojgit; j I It od v mode that promise? iuccf L
become due made recoverable before her safe arrival i here ttcetber-- many men of kif. txs*. accredited by tother j is certain de'eat. Itha,
the tuih'da of this State, to employ them, when, in Lie judgment, it may are hereby I e tt
the pof pk m two .l.*bu are -. The elim 11 to succeed Lat if it who tJ i
Record, when the is under fifty dollars, before ; St.h
reiaovcl l of or sum reached
become force, for the freight u
as an
may necessary here. It L veil to arcmbe! aaj ac Jer what ube< else the of tI
tbe" and of the frontier feu1 of the Peace for Dval County, or say other County I j power de-ife : .'
Indian, and the protection security Caubria Steam to be done not cerey to save a frty IKS. h may be the
aeLts such vessel] may proceed, or i ia.which such consignee z I' to save the cvmr j. 1'arQe dwarf at this nxcna. ;j i posing candidate* and cLoose tie i Z

SEC.1.. lit it further raared,That the troops so raise, whilst in SEC 10. & i further enseed That nothing ia this 3 Weightier itic titm rows be rrrorded, We4Te\ j I tioaaUe of the t-w o. 1-c.

service shall be entitled: the rations and shall be construed to vacate or impair any license hen. arrived bern divided. We m. ?t not arhaK eteetim f a
to same pay, forage Georgian which we are now din.ie i. We roc t acree to dtaeree Eescre cfarc,itise Slave : p
a* are allowed to the same description of troops by the to any Pilot of said Bar. looking bale and f*the The 1.1Ter.an. pro cols out*!. n.
On the afternoon
.\nn\ regulations of the United Stand that the Governor be SEC 11. Bf it farther enacted. That the said tat cc vuiidat?J a i aunt : while neita of vpnaLO of tie ISta uI tz ,:

if-qaired to make application to Congress to make provision for the stoners shall d>o be, and they are hereby authorized the City HoteL in tLe DfS*critic party Wart*a stuvin for diSmnctWhCe alleged Fugitire slave named ?l+wtttc 1 l i

rues and regulations and establish sach fee r. jvcticg we have two wo r* tote rtvavaitd l th re i'rbttRetn arre-ited
payment of the eipen*** so bcurrvd. was Ly the L'. S. 3 Marl '

SEC. S. Be it further er.artcd, That SCiO.OOO be ap.opriatedtestseet I of the River St. John's, as they may deem expedient ia stating that I .)We can bIT WLhr them;by aD 00 are otLer eqiiaDy fry opjr tlca hnJ the tot city of Boston cpoa the .t of COBEsiorter '

j to the control of the Governor of this State, to provide for the Prorided, That no captain or other person hating '! l tho Post Office j! I party (4'Ul iiJiIav i. of central dt sj.tisja. Chir jcrj Ca: The
neeeary Nipj ilies and munitions for putting into force and -dect the vessel in the River SL Johns sha'J be compelled to j j' ty y** fJT State RtrLts a&j the UDAQ.clli ,taro negro was t h'd II

provision of this act. and that the Governor of this State be and Leis i! Pilot. between this w-hile the Wtir- baT but urge I latfctrrc TLer are the property of ,John De !n.. e, rKa; .c. .
the SEC li Bf it furthv Ct 1, That all former hws |l 1 1 from the Srnli- nehbtr fcr Unim nor 5:ate RiAt*, bat f< Fe-Jeral U. S. Navy r. ,
hereby authorized to j4ed;e the faith of tbe State in raising .. V t. r'u''a., F. lht 1
I coo Tbfy are t r zr; from u+ the piaiknnco
money hereby appropriated necessary. regulating or in any manner providing for the pilotage i i : for the dilly as -which a party neat 5torJ-the p atfona t,f the a partial hearbg, the CMmn iisk, r ,. -

SEC. G. B; il further (naried, That the Governor of this State Barr be and the sane are hereby rt Iraed.Pz .. I! TTcwn.W"e Et>t wit allf'Tr that to I* taken from t ed the caw cat3 d,e r..IklI"k T

sadl be authorized i to appoint the commanding officer of the troops ( the Eco* c-f P.cierKni 't'<. \-N.1 fF'. 1 u.W e r1.t .J to it in nncenty, and cim it u ; oesrst._
f o to be sited under the foregoisc bfiLSEC. ae. Dzoe.'t: 17, 1::X Apjwrcd by the C Ter T. I\tt.:1 1Ll' e. ocr*-claim i h > time t Soon after tbe adjo rs>eat of the Coar* i c/jV

An iher rta.+o t.j cfg nia'. It isay be J...led on cf entered the
7. Bf it further enacted, That should the Federal intbori- I at New York negroes Coartrooarca I6sJd
uiMrt inf.;natkc that tiny d ni
CHAPTEK 123.: [No. Hi I < -rv a .ef i* asort ,
ties decline or reface to take prompt steps for the bunediate and final ] dates to the Sth. in Sc"cdb CtruJasa. It is Iliered :1a the kadtr j eris of tear Liia away," a.A fcrcoUvcoming CTer. ,_

reaovil of the Indians beyond the limits of this State, as hereb- i AN ACT b rtlatica tra zcf r tLe Ptr of Key had :}x re air inifei-in;*" n:jdt< t1r..r f ddr t}.t I! tLe o:crs having the eye

Lefore proposed' tad contemplated, then the Governor of this State I SECTION 1.fr ittnartedby the Stnjt' and //:>rts* cr" I experi- Tirrnis! will bark them n an atarup at fce i...1 I II1 iaI

fchili be and be i is hereby authorized tad empowered on the par: of i; stern or'fi/.': of Florida in General .ts.t?t!!$ CNif't': : of an eighth (Jd.) t btb-re the kadr* tbt-re are t 4 to make I charge, rescued Lisa Lad carried }bca of iJ ?

ta* State of Florida, to propose to undertake their removal for the and after the passage of this act. aay Vf- -r-1 l rsy enter to 3.OOO j I ]the l kale eSort aicjf. The f roach*kr*ti'p., out are aJ aied a' :ramtl:. Try prisoner Las tsade Lis ttdrf;
J n? Ii) PJCCI tu re f n. They tai to be
Earn of Dot I less than two millions: duliars : Prorided. The United ;i from the? Port of Key West without paying. or belcg quotations tic j! :abk to ay to c.. -c-e savt- you a safe i>jcaa tcr aa.i 1.h for Jaly now b oae of Lr 31iui 'I

State pill fu!-, at Tampa Bay or some other point. on the';iei i- : any charge for pilotare. unless actual tail., services; > and five eih t j(!i''H2.n'1W.i-k tr errs; at the =.rrt trae thai fez dreI* Proi1 e5.I

ion of the Governor, Fusick-nt means for transportation, ender I| rercered a: the request of the master of such vessel l *>r and thnc-an-l* of tier f--jwocH fleck TO htr facbrd. t The of E
the charge of a agent in receive and conduct tie said i : Tic, command titereof.I ( | ) l and a half (;ld) ; bat tenths the djD of aril irax aruodi tF" I CuD er r* n>>s errarsd h cta l
proper heart and bn.c=. I, it &< lime t. ,.>' the S.t I m-A, h is stitcd by dse Bo=t>aI Tr.riJa. J.J rIll r-
Indiana to the home provided for them in the West, and oj on the 5c.. :. Be if further enacted. That all ves .ls. :e ((. ;!, ((7fd); at ocr true p-fhko: that setae ire stanJ,e.5a e Ire ; >.

acceptance of the forejr ';ias pr :i ion on the part of the GeneralGoremsDeat of 11'a .) E'ntl-riniJJ deponing from the port of Key: firm. I d<.. & think the tim L** arrird f r vi.-zt; a I not exceed one buud e+i Is h p ,, ;a; ,'C

the Mate; of Florida will assnne the responsibility and j when the services of a pilot art required, be subject :v 'I reTolutkcary war f- whit l l ffD cu:1 thether I a hundred rte-rr* M ii. czar of E.cJ ytsa .

expose of the removal of tbe said Indians beyond her limit/u-itb. : rates of pilotage viz: .1 G 1i.n. <* band hit it rK4 tine JOT to its to the Xcrth.j overcome the c. S. Marshall aad i iifj tis

oat farther ehs :e to the United State*: Prorided That ia no ccrf j All vessels drawing 12 feet and cnder. ?''/tO ptr tit I :, Feb. 22nd. j j h j ble the j riJe of Stagy? We vtn't allov yoa to (oTert say nothing of b..1bi.1.
ball the Slate be held responsible for any other or greater amaant !| drawing over 12 fwt and cj told
thin the mooey appropriated by the General Government.dw > cra"bg over 14 -. and under 16 feat :3,59 per foot ; well nigh being a j j jj Unko into a farty f--r Of.ct-jliii>. Tire ta e-tic t bg ice are everr day, ntelerrdaed

(Pa'aed Boof Rejc wEUsr". DmscVr 1*. se. P *
Ll 7: 19, l.L JLppc d k"T tbe G"v r3r.r. Jisarj K. It:! SEC. 3. B( il {crateer. :!.. .l:: zll vessels of \ j at ? : SUIT* Kirht*" I>en>a'3.! Wf can car> ia ?ceh a man1i Marshal, R2ey, complains that ciiv 15;:; :.
ntr as to (mi y them Drnx-crat with Srn i iI
r".ntt'.fit'e i .e c* I
and departiag: from sail port shall when unices I' Deofcrat. It can I* tate bai a re T3T. sLill 1 e ties refused him assist ace, tioz z: hH: l
CH.I"TIE11900.. Iu.J Mvrm-rM'?. lrf .nhi.> to tfce folovrinr of ] : day, Col Pow ,
r t rsi? .r! otare.- call co the Deo'v.t hts vf jcth Czr T.rj. Alaianva a aadj bv Linn.a I
AS ACT arscaAa Ac enrnk*: As Ar to f exwiie Lr & 1 r' tl i :Ail vessels of War drauicr 12 feet and under, 63.00 f Ritchie, Cass, 1 j Virginia to mt-et Xtw KaasphrShsJl Te nk -
W ; tra of: car Iy..t''_''"-;=1'0'7:1 4 M.it Reutert. vessels of War drawing over 1- feet and uadtr 14 ( : ', the Constitution j j! G-edWoI OttTeati-c! Lich sly Irir'= in t7 nfirt the In reply to a resolution of ie C. S. So \

z th : ltd.Suaox I' foot: _\veiSrls of War drawing over ? 4 feet and ;;: j difertnc-* that viiI *fTisg op in jte c-f all rac icTatksx at?, asking bforaiatioa as :o: tbe riot,;ie i f
1. Bf it txarted 0 Some caf 7/cse ; Clay and Fill ; all council, all f o.rtce; Hue can we
ly *
of Reprfftx
$t,6) per foot: .\vessels of War draw in; over 16 i mute tie 2Cfth and the S-tsJi ? By let .. President er.t b the foSoaicgPBOCLAXATIO31 ;
I oe waC1:1 -
ditts ef'li-f S&ate of Florida ia 6cacraJ .4.*g=*Wjr c&areacrf, That 'Ifoo ,i --he also said '
: we carrv Xtrw T Tk ? S('. ?ir; New y.1.is .ooe
from and after the paiag* of,this act,tbe act eothM an act to proJe 5I.C.I. & it fvr&T enztted, Tnst if a pilot sh--.Il bo I I : be went down to !I {rom tatn .
\> for tfee appoiatfli of gbe- of Conan for the city of TdIsiis j i board of a vessel i. l.y t ie reqae-t of the master or other and t. What crest >(rtbem Stare can we carry ? and wt I: CAjC&dcTZlci ItCV! s..c f ooe c. wt'

-ee and town of 5: Marks, approved March i, 1530, be sa ivy the coaiaiaad be shall' be tatitlrd to receive five U:15Un"I I|, mss haT' nx-re 'than .o&, Can we carry P cayl- i l-T $.tce. the ciscraoi: d Ae its'l ie 1 1d r t.et

a esded a.6 to provide for the appism2t of twoVrjgLers of C<=t133 I diinr snob deteauon.SEC. counties are .. Tania we"by carryins ttau f We tned Tree and fitiVd.Can .- :tstr. >i t: B.-SICC Mi.-a:=&ecs, CD tte id CST
asd Tobacco in the city of T'n reigno be sro iaed ia the the dinner, al- carry fXjo by carrying Irf2 ylvanii The of this A6. make TX& =: a.-GJ cm oelandlVtjctyllirsLaitfih }(s tint
j 5. B: it further raided, Thit all laws inron Ptnivratic S3teC VinriKia inay nat'e the Decor tI f t'i 5 ir t'x Dis-
tiae maantr. rw ete the a tae ( np--n.tio:. and >tcbject to the I this i act, be, tad the male are hereby repealed.Phi | were sent all over [. rarv Xorth azioJ Socth by ref ocisr in the K nai penalties for ciisrosdstt, as are provided for ia ie act to which the Fed.-red .". \uc."J PareTlrknia LaveU i 'rt-trcotre stir c taoera. tad ad by Irrt rene 3
Seaiie. Ikec-sty T 6.1;' PA.J tLe He c.f
this is 1 imesdnieiJt.SEC. Dc a 1 J, l i5iJLS .Petasri, t'J' t et Gote-.e..r. Dxr L r ?z. I : : ride
i Bf i! far&Kr cazrtcd, Thit all laws eo .Sictir. with theJ4tws j eventr5'S always ._side j a.W thtriswf-IJT huiis 1* 3tiJ .think
. ? B-ith herd i*i-t:rr 1rr.n.1- .
. F..h1lct Ii start n.. + u. : J .a'T-.d tsar rderzLk
_. uoc -an er r=niea } T
J r..1 .rJ .< I .'. .:... y I cne. tas La tern c/Gtzt to .
ItiLy 7 -.et .:--p. i to f since i (. Wa v : rrr1."rl 5i eccini 3 vaZs tdlrr
16, ff.l'YK'etIT. : the Gor re.Jz.-rE.. 15J.1CIIAJTXE Jj ACT If.t i = .1 ..j Sw tie j Monroe."' owr -linxrfc" d MT Wtx Vr.ltT !j Ctrry P rac=ylvana with \r.u.pfl.ann
: ofSixnox .Y'.c..i rtandiz the I say It na-rtrd. and thax crr ,raeda Tr'
OQ :x/ctbern froctiefif d* N'nL
420.-{No. (..] 1. Be it ena&d by the frnrte and Jloute : Stanly, o(. and VL-jina- CG the 'S rcritr cf the ,t c\- j i s S* njy(' I In hare brtci if aed: to this jr.ri fare aad ouira' .Imo'' .

J.'S JLCT to soer*! An Art tf r.rdAn Art v&ea-it j to tLt Trrt un atnfsofthe Sa:! of Florida in General Att'.mUy () .\ in con- ;j; an-i we bare an I t'to Xtrw Tcrk a rtsnisr-j it *I1 well
orr ja fjra in tia saot," ippcwwj arm 1*, Vfe.4 1t, from and after the passa.e of this art, the several i I i ;:r e uttered Ly' the think ff'l J mon-.b.J An the narlec* of any other; and I the Lags- of thear reentry, raji-irl-g szaH .' CI rpat' ;
Scene 1. /> en: tai fy !A* Vfnrf* and Jfcnutef ? ?*( .*- I era of \\'h.arT ; in Key \\'cast .hall. \# allowed} to }'. [ Stanly carry we Pa an-yrazia.:tsre! To cart'.ae PyItr its a>. we Ess;ts I c%cer> chi! tri sBiiarf. szoi all octetand perms,
tires ff the Stale of Florida in Giwrd Aun&bly coxrtKfd, Thai 1 and receive the wrreral rates hereinafter motioned ; '< \ bet to rcake a Dominatko.carry f taut na.ir we: to rJ naSaiy. who riaJ be tend term tl.e 1i-
the I! I' Friday bat releas-! ciT of the ocrsc**, to be akiar usd isacs by L!
tint tctioo of An Act of cells! the nrcnin .
the -whoeTer he
amendatory to Filet Laws now b age or Dockage lying at the Wharves for snpprt ** ray be. Let r:- in
1 ibsr
fore* in this State 12tb and other j: and G ginia a-k Pena ylrtaia to name a rsar who ita3 I power n approved January, 1S19, U and the carne produce roods, and for the ntp.inn! of the .' i= or. Brown, I fUa-iifJ cc n.-Oi .od sifeL a.rl :. ie IfusLI

is hereby rej ak-d, and in lies thereof the foUowin-} c session will the storage thereof, and no more, that i is trJ"tar; .\ '|I } his friend, are'I !' and tsr the csher t.2-et.Ix=mocrat Le c n Saws= a."k ctdcurrin others to .re we'rr fr win i : I. an-i his depcass n rssszcrrc. 3e..eect sesaned

be rabfcJiiated, \iz : I hundred weight and not: over sit }huadred, ":. '. ls I ; stsppxt him. Xatkcal Cfjcrtst>:< are ham; .- pr" fete .

SECTIO 1. That, from and after the pas=ar- of this act, it shall j elors, one thousand weightnly cents; Anchors user I j I II mot a' 5cc.= a? caocaHa> were 5.ratr:>. t t.n I do citrrh3sa: traec.xsaz b
not be lawful for Pilot Pilots __' ____ L" .. Thrr hare kt tar fSrarr_ any or to detoaad s sa 1 rvinTV.TTT. I
for \H'Ia lCieIl1-,3crttr nea
Klotige ; Zf.- under ---- ----- .
Pilotj j j Ar.r'ior t. I I oar socnewhit : :3t: ad abci n. n ing any -esfh onder forty-two tons bartben unless the weigbttwelve and a-halfcen's Rare I an experjjeni dm --aaeRh at ,
said I'ilot j ; = six a-foorth c i of Eke \\xx have I And I fcnber cccjsaai that i* Ifene.1I :
\ this State Nit we an Al&oe lot'-
or blots I feluJl be called cpoa by the Siast&rt or owners cf Richtl \'t-- I lr[ tliousand superficial, fia.v> centBrick*, per t. i {tore cs, and we Deed sooethtrt; like a cn Jackson jL 7(t a I t.-rne c.l1l.e- 1:. stix.and a3 cey ptrtis cooceac -
or vef-M-le. i circulation of J ee? s rivcmko cf the law cf tie T" S. tsc'ttu
tytiveceuts; Ijraziletto. ton Xep*tc to teat WeJ,oid
pr fifty ct nts; flatter, ( DOS awa.t the cJi orraaijsatioo r
[1'awd I tb liver of edttiTe r 1 Bolts! per j than one dollar. dictated at Ka Wrcn Deraocnrk f..r .i uaVniT?, aad aS Kici a* aiied anodrfj
Rerc > sW 1*. W. pr."yd i tl* SCHIFTEE fort\'IJOtInd ,two cert; of Canra;, O .t Dncexctr. :.1 i. \nr r-rei tqJt"JO. ,: two cents ; Bags of Coffee, Pimento i rise cp and appeal &x a S:* to Stsj*. and
Itl.j Sugar, Cocoa and operation today ; each State f-c ne-i! 'Ue are nocbiKrts be i croc-ealesi sai fc are <-csn?? U'1I.. to lot inHILLASD -
fame size, jr bar. five cent ; Butt*, of one hundred and i: I ) below for the in. ocr own rusje*. Here the mceber of States aad cir n II +tGrT arreBd LItcuce4Pd 2'-rt> =
.J2L hundred gallon*,thirty-seven and 3hilrcf.-nts j ther of I a.naij 1 flLLl'OKZ.Secrrtary .
{No. 110.] ; '! & We ratier erafcrary may nub in apr al wioci w51nc D.un. icta&5m
A'S ACT to trxsii Aa A ot to m-jre faflj bz* tU ., Chocolate fcc., per Ui, three cents; Bales of Cotton I f sus- < be i"*t. A BTiifO betwesa Sine Kirhls EVetnocrat cf Sm .
Ix tax Put cd C.is Jt.n 1 T ts tf.I eenU ; Laadles and other bales per foot orJP cent several counties :|! anr] Cairo DeZK I irw
Kccriox 1. Bfit enacted by tfo Ktnde and Jfc-Me of Reyrernth !good*, j.:r foot, one cent: Barrel staves and beaJin-, [ 1 i it b finding ont j: is? tabuch r c0, L. mgt k a srsr.: ; to !ti1 bi- ed that the rescued slave his been c3 taed a
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thirst oftfr Mate Florida in Gtntral AtwJJy eontfned, ',l:1tDO feet, fifty cent ; Bacon, per thoasind pounds, hH'ut f this act f J J In cX>dn< (. ilr. WIST more t>.-.t a crcsritt* of Salem (Msss ,). laoidit zrsaca exr.ement.-
branch licence 4 all Empty barrels two cents ; Ballast ton j',13 aasiber of a Jury ant nrmbg cf the
or < bereaflerl granted to any ona to art as per fifty, teat*; -Lrxn: of s ca per- be Apsles The Preadjn: sect b another raesage to is

Pflot at said Port, uijtf be tLJl Live Mr'rved a? an apprentice or asl II one hundred rounds, four cent ; Com, Peas anti Oat (T crralaie! CT-Tg e S ate-. to ircittid wafer xa to..be tz&r..1J of the 1 ri..or focr cSriskcs: cf the Senate, reconraeadiac tat the Eieastve laac&otued

t1 tact in Pil .Uag over the bar and into the said Port or shall have two bushel ls, four cents ; Coaches and other four u tits cf One I a n z CC'+elres aad tfczrsj cf tie bt3cTG a xtrkn ? : tEl
been otherwise ecgag d i on or about die said bar and for one dollar and fifty cents ; Hiding Chairs and Chains} I Cum of ocr coozitrr.j to call oa: force to execute

]ha two -tIJf'ju..l.\ to hi* appobtment, and shall port be l able to at hairs sitting, two cents; Coal, per ton, fifty cents ; by the Senate and j\i I ThIS certably may tfo3.iJ to be **c oing hi I fugitive: law widest previous g-oclin stieu. ,

jirodace feaUr kcu.ry evkJecee that b* is i a fit and competent cry: and earthenware. twenty.five cents; Cables, chain, the State cf Flo- i!'; Wind ** bat : ** A warm s-bate ensaed, bat no quesutaiec. oar'r '
person : are qahe are oat 04" Mrsiaia .
and tv cents; Cordage, of all kinds coil :, That from "
duly ipijJiSed to j/wfenn thi dc tof a Pilot over the bar and per twelve and the I The President ezpre&es a eir .
into said fort.SeC. Cannon, of twelve cwt and upwards st-ventv-five \ next, any disanraisied speaker awl fnd'e.:

2.te it furiAtr enatftd, That all laws or parts of laws in. txvelvecwu fifty cents: Camhoos-, (large) fifty cents : i or circulate air ; few to second his Ti:.. Pennsylvania has ation to enforce the law

COl :* with t&e potiikxu of thu f drawers, txventy-five cents : Demijohns \ amount below 1 d i tin zaid whose
aI t, *, and the tame are here- cent ; many men claim oa Eer.. Joy: Early. t
by releah'LPa cord, tWffit .fin' cents; rnstir, l per t'Jn. fifty,. cent ; } ; shall be indi the Democracy of the entire country is read4 }" This gentleman, a d&il.edCicPercC> ;

Triiz3r( +.rr4 t1reiW l Fr rt.rsssic., :.t'P lr J 1i. r 3 "Sa:2ie I I one six cent hundred; Gun pounds powder three, per ke?, six and a-founh cents ; | l be:fined b a sum iIyclncE '. But in the Southern States i ij jibe Southern Methodist Church, ka bee3 ;.
x U. .A.wyr -a. 11'W-n"Jf. Ir.rr Z', cent: Hides raw and nor more ,
ISLJf I dred seventy.five cents; Hoop poles, per thoo-aad, fifty imprisoned not j confidence in the dernocrady of cny Nor-- nombated as the Whic caariidate frt>3District susi "

xf.,': 'Zl.I"6_ J J J.J per bundle or bale, twenty-five cents; Hotheads and I discretion of the 4 era State, is not so tIDb.xmdeJ as to bdcce i ia Mrginla, now repre>esud Ia Cosgress -

U 1.:1I' lea 1'J.f'A'f..t "M 'AM' ..1 4w 1.ort rt JrJati17L7J93 or liquor, twenty.five cents; HogJad3 of sa-ir" o,; "' the provi-ioas''' a pledge to support any JVorlin man who I by )lr. R ctc}. The e Rev. Tcti"i I Il
and over, thirty-sevea and j
pounds a-half Treasury
J. 1k' per #.JMlf.A *'r ( Ja.n, fJlVlI''UI1 P..Irurntou I .\_.-.',veanua.i__ __ .1-11' .. cent : 'Plain "... V"n.I'.. ,J.: j may be named, for any office cader the sun. 1 could not find oct a more certain rno "
uc iw ; iiaznper*, +. & \ u..u
fir tl" Mtff n* '"". r* fiiT AtnMy l'-n'.d. That I'I I per box, two cents; 1I0ms;and tips, roujIOe hundred four Funds !; j i l i j Besides, Pennsylvania has not yet.trpaled r of impairing his ministerial csefdcess tisa bf

!turn saA ht &*> y w't4 r f tt*t v.'t, tfe jxrww trI grant J/ranche, : and a-hilf cents ; iron and other heavy food=, jr toa, i!j rd, That it shall J ber obnoxious and disgraceful Statutes against |, accepting this neminatioa. He shag l lj lioi
or licenwr \ I' lU Ifr per 1
> art u /J VTT L John hall :
Le excluuvi-ly rtAted ia Ik* J' /Ard r/f C r I Jugs and jars, one cent; Kegs of shot,print ic. of i;: each and every I the recovery fogitive slaves If her j warned by the fate of the Rev Dr.MisUi firm of i,
Cnntv niuonea} -
for .
1 cents; Keg of bread butter Hour tallow nt to the Grand _t.T..tI
Ducal County, uben feittirrg for County jnrpo tr I rink, &e, t Dallases and Buchanans would recoaimend :JPf.u.'O:1 3liaser in the MeI '
Kegs of liquor, of smaller sue than a cask four !j i "$, each and I [
SEC. 2. /k itfurtlifr In'VV'nJ4t no branch quarter themselves to the of Church who fcfj
or licenw shall wood, ton, fifty cents ; Lignum Yit ': support Southern men. I allowed hnaelf to be ra t

he be hereafter shall produce granted to any one evidence in art a* a P3ot on raid Bar unless rrca.k: per, twelve and a-half cents; Lead per, per tony ton,fifty fiftv, j j That section let them use their influence in effecting the j Congress in opposition t, exGoversorBrowa
satisfactory to the Mid Hoard Count"- .
hogany and other wood j -the withdrawal of these d+ !
Commissioners that he is a fit and heavy per hundred .u issuing of Statates.It bat was most overwaekvaglfeated /
and I
i wed to j erf, rm the duties cf Pilot competent on raid IJar.person, duly qual- cents ; Mules and Horses, twenty.five cents; \aUsb ," approved is but justice to say that other petkers:1t i not however, without loss oft &' ;

SEC. a. Be it further enacted, That the said Hoard of County cent thousand; Onion, fifty=,cents per hundred; Pipe staves bunches ud, twenty. n cents : same is here the meeting, dissented from the views of j ness and the chances of pre/ernieat is l

Commissioners, at the time of granting any sack license, shall heading Mr. Wise, and own Church. Mr. if act : r
require ty.five cents; Pof. iron, three cents; Pine apfjei. opposed any action havingreference i Early. we are
from such Pilot! such bond and fcecurltr ,?
formancc of the duty required of him as for the faithful per. tv-five centsPotatoes in bulk per bundn-d bnsfel b, receipt of the to the Presidential election. taken, is a travelling preacher in the Mr2 I )
they deem
may proper, fifty cents; Rice, office
per tierce, wei.ty.five cents Raisins Deaf and conference, though at holtfit tbe
which bond thall be made payable to the Governor of the State and ; p present .
cents Salt, in sacks six C:
; :T" Tho
cents; Dingles following from. the Columbus
to.bi. successors in office, and may he prosecuted from time to time Grind per thousand, Ky. A of General Book agent for the 31ethaaChurch
cents; stones, four ,
in the name of the Governor, for the use. of any person or I party (as or settees, twentv.five cents cents; Mill Ftones ten1th'e report I Tune, in reference to the pjlicy to be pursued South, the duties of which he *ii>

aggrieved or interested; and the said Pilots so appointed cl ; Sugar, per box E' ( by the South in the
shall l also fourth cents; Trunks of good, of ordbary} We of the As- present posture of ges with efficeacy and satisfaction.New .
take and subscribe an oath or affirmation, well and truly sir
to public affairs contain
execute cents; Tables, twelve and a-haU cents Wheel : received at all some judicious suggestions
and discharge all the duties appertaining to them as Fucb Pilots. fourth barrows Jersey Sesator.
cents Tobacco .
; :
SEC. 4.J( it further enacted, That the rates of compensation to SEc 2 Be it further per That, thirtv-seven and a The cost of Commodore Stockton, democrat, has

every duly licensed Pilot piloting over the said Bar, inward to anchorage that shall be on the Wharf enacted longer than any of the shalfbe( washing, lights, But while South Carolina is trying one elected U. S. Senator from New Jersey is
the Port one week, remedy, we of Georgia have elected"another.
May Steam Mill
ground near on said River, or the above each half .
rates Wharfage for each and week : year We ate place of Dayton, whig, whose tern ex
outward to the Atlantic Ocean, shall be on all vessels one dollar week they shall lo every fight oar battles in the Union.
and fifty cents [er foot the of remain; and if they shall remain on Well, how is this to be done I Shall we follow 4th mst
SEC 5. Be it further evaded That when any Pilot of said Bar, age.expiration week, they shall be charged with Presidency. the old plan of merging in the political. t

being outside of said Bar, shall bail vessel bound into the said SEC 3. parties having their strength and governb" fJr The New York papers anaosac

River, and shall offer to Pilot such vessel l in, and the Captain or eel double Zlrtf rate of 1\enacted, That all goods stored ; suggests power at the north I Shall we go into Xation death of Jbj.tJguste Daveiae, late Cfc 'S

person having chArge at the time shall refuse to receive and employ cases shall be at the 1harfage.of,and the proprietors of g a candidate for al Convention, and pledge ourselves to vote d'Affairs to the Netherlands .Msjl Da ra

such Pilot so hailing and offering shall nevertheless be entitled expense putting them in store course of his for a Presidential candidate who is either of S e.
to away and turning out of store; and Storage mum aide to Gen. Jackson in the battle
the same compensation as though his sen-ices had been accepted.SEC one month's Storage, if they shall remain kill goods in the on store? Berrien is that about our rights, or gives Delphic guaranties Orleans, and was an intimate associate tad

C. Be it further enacted, That when, by reason of stormy the expiration of the month, full month from his pe mean ona thing before and another after time oIJiJ
storage be the election We friend of that to tbe
great man
weather, the condition of said Bar renders it impracticable or unsafe and after the expiration of the first month may cement the fancy that past experiencn op

for the said Pilots, or any of them, to cross the said Bar in a storage only shall be charged. half the time par oa this head, ought to satisfy the south. Un- death.

good and suitable boat properly manned, it shall be deemed a compliance SEC 4. Be further enacted, That convulsed and der these National organizations we have : A Yankee has just invented t

with their duty, when any vessel 1 is off the said Bar andbound dock or wharf of fifty tons and under shall every vessel J] demands se been reduced to our present strait Under that so contracts on your approach onte!.
the Hid River to pay fifty more I them we have been the victims of Tariff of 1 I
into proceed as near to the Bar as esn b* En.ry"fstl from fifty to one hundred shall *, that the moment you come to a f'O ,
tons ee. unequal taxes and ,
pay partial distribution of Gov. yon cyst, aDd drop you ca the eli0 ,a ayd-




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More Justice.I f the Atlantic, from Lieut. Sbufeldt, gentlemanly The Jess amine. AUCTION. Notice. I I For Charleston, S. C '

appropriations for Rivers: I.) first officer of the A :- TIle Jessamine b'.oomiruj in wild ., TmiL be Old arrive
WO containing on Monday, March 8, before our ALL creditors legatees,and persons entitled to dis- r&booner FLiRT-to in eiIt
*. in perfect Looping with the prc-I Account of the Pastagf and Safety of Steamship The sweetest of fragrance its spring flowers made ; t' tloor, an mvoicc of ALE, &. -fthich will be out of the estate of Reuben B. Hickccaiu'd \ t'. .L nr ten days-will return to the" stove

*nd lUAor Atlantic. But a Jtulf-mine grew in a garden near by,' tcarmnttd geitoine and superior. late of Brunswkk County, Virginia. are tort if sufficient cargo can be obtained Partirt desirous -

1 legislation by Congress on the arne More sweet than the 3 casks% 21 dozen pint bottles Scotch Ale, bcrcby notified that their claims and demands will be of fliippin'* to Charleston \iI11)1eL11 PIJ Y ttf
wild fair to the
riClU / passed the House of Representf R. M. STC.UIERI'RICA., Feb. 13. one, more eye. S boxes 6" N M bairetl at the) expiration of two years from die datelareef BRODIE Jt PETTES. St. Marks, tfMcNAUGHT .

,ubjt hu; To thf Editors of the .V. 1' Herald : The Jessamine plistcn'd like gold in the sun, 2" 4 quart ( unk-M the wimc be exhibited to the subscriber A OI IOND. Newport

\\f know not the amount io be exded In order to prevent garbled statements ol Or dew drops of fOil t'r just ready to run; 8 La kcta ttijxrlor Cliamjiaigufi Wine of the within that time; and all per* m'having any demands January 18,1831. 2 tf
the whole bill, but the Chairman'Tfhe the recent nccident to the Atlantic from ob But a Queen Flower of "Qird uvl" bnuul against the said estate are al--notified to present them ,
in beauty ali bright as a star,
1 (mijola, 5 gallons Scotch for. settlement, without delav.BUIlfrELL. FLETCHERVILLE HOUSE.
' Committee of Ways and Moans (Mr. taining publicity, I take the liberty ofcending Gives light to the Muses to soar through the air. 1 5. pure" HolLuid Gin B. VTILKES,
two items which give the you a correct narrative i of facts complied from The Jessamine all alone 5 dozen 3ladefrar&ne.. Executor of Last Will and T tan nt.
furnishes in
grew glen, all included 10 per
BOARD at ?
"&:.-k". .) her log, and for which 1 can personally vouch. BERRY t ROWLES, Auctioneers, &. Gadsden County, March 1, 1851. 8 8w PRIVATE things
ofthe Sou th'6 share. lie s..yt- Where 'twas sought fi r its beauty again and again; N&rdll,18j1. 8 It mlntb.! Traveller accommodated, vilhuut JLir
The Atlantic left Liverpool on the 23ih De. __
.mount examined the bill, and found that While the curJen flower grew ly the Kide of the roue, "q-.),-. ,'-- Auctioneers quor,a Lean cheaper than Cotton elK
I' He lad comber in fine steaming condition, and with p. p. SYITll

, appropriates for Virginia: North Carolina, out any apprehension on the part of her officers All sweet as the water where the mountain spring flows- Coach-making. Black-smithing. ARE requested to notice the following Act of As- January 18. 1851. 2 Cm

1 It (Jeorgia, Alabama, J OUI'l. The Jessamine gladdens with early spring flowers '. All whi desire to have their terms extended
in the ,
Carolina regard to It blow Horse-shoeing.
50 th and voyage. was according to Section. 3 of the Act nnt-t give '-JU2'Jub..Ii.iu.s, R&ir" Ac: ,
Texas, Jlnd Kentucky 8312,500, ing a gale! at the time of Enchanting our senses in sweet sunny hour?, p subscribers
sill, slicing departure: :: r 9'IIE respectfullyannounce new bundi JOHN BEARD, TTEIR t RUST have just received a gnIIl38Ort.
plropriatt-d for New York alone from \V. G.V. cull radiant in beauty iLl cloop golden hue _1_ to the that f -tl also
there is ., so much so as to render it public 0 Comptroller. ment of Plows, Plow Points and Bars;

flOOO.) I He I considered Midi appropriato .. impossible] to land her pilot. On the 29th December rye kiss'd the sweet flower, dear Jesiefur you. they have entered into capartuerhip \s Tallahassee, February 21, 1851.AX" (J.-HSS Blades, Scythe Blade and Cradles.February .
unconstitutional, impartial, tine- for the) purpose of carrying on the above busings I. Ml. 4 tf
11e at 9 30 P. M. she Clear UNCLE SOLON"Quincy
to passed: Cape in
their branches
the of the Con. various pled incj themsdves ACT amendatory of the tfreral Act now in
Q:1al'md"contrary to design .I and fairly commenced her homeward passageby February 22, 1851. to endeavor to give satisfaction to all who may force relatiny; to the appointment and duties ofAucttorirrrt. STIMSON & CD'S.

1tgUOU. plunging at once into a heavy head sea, citrust them with their work. N. w V rV. New Orleans; and >IoS > ExpresCONNECTING *,

r-roarUnp on this seizing upon the and gleaming strong westerly gales, which REWARDING LAKOR.-An extract from aNew II. IL BERRY SECTION :1. Be it enacted ly th' Senate and house : / with the swiftest and m-wt rlponI'ibTel'tpre'te"l

the free States the Savannah continued, without intermission for the time York letter published in the Richmond THOS. HAYES. of Representatives of the State .>f Flonda in General IJCt\\Ocn the princira1 Town in
bv N. R-Mr. i is the who )lias been
Jlayo gentleman
convened That the Auction sale Massaclmnsctts
TrclSUrY ASsembly tax upon > Maine. New hlampihure Vermont, ,
..trjan rays : folluwing np to the day of the accident. On Whig, shows how a certain species of labor for the last eight montlis in the employ of Messrs.Jillcr shall 1. two per centum upon the gross amount 01 Rhode hland Cunnectkut, Lower Cnnada. New York

(r / should it not be BO The North the Gili: of Jan., at noon, she was in lat. 4G 12, is rewarded in that wealthy city. Shaking
\f\\ why long. 41 W., it blowing strong gales from W. in the C..uutV'l1l1d otherwise an cxrvllant Smith which there shall IK- a tax of one half of one per cv-nt. Columbia, Indiana. Ohio" Illinois, the Western States

)h, the power why should the nrt n"i? it for I 7\. \\'. At 0.30: P. AI., the engines were stop of the shirt makers, it says : Fo extra charge fur Interfering Shoes. The price for Sic 2. Be it further enacted That no tax ou Auction generally, the i..i.il'pi[ anti Alabama River Town;

her own bfiielit She I has, I by the aduiisioziJd'it1ii1i3 ped, as it was (ml supposed by the engineers "One lady, a shirt sewer, stited that she Sh"es i is $.i cents a pi,''. Our hop It Ea.t of sales shall be a"se 8ed or levied by any county 01 and the prominent places in Georgia and the Carolina..
t refunng'to oh. had Y ""rj. Miller Brokaw's :taLe! !. incorporated town or city in tlus State than ar.d that
and remove been extensive wo
: by the making, for the California trade! greater Our facilities are so perfect
<>n account of breaking of the eccentric March 1 1851. 4t
of slaves to New 8 twenty-five per ccntum upon the State tax. can sn-cure the safe and speedy 1"'on*'f'rt.tV1 of
carrying (
; the two firm in Maiden Lane
;; i in, way ami \Vil-
j Miap to the starboard eiiiie-atid, on examination St.c. 3. Be it further enacted. Tint nIl Auctioneer. FrelyJtt, Trunk, FacL-nyex, and Vafttn'M Pared

"I(Iit'O lnd Dow-ret' tukii: to herself all the it vas determined! to go ahead again, Ham street, (which she ntflC'd.:1t) Gd. and 9J.a Just Received, who }have heretofore been np(
hieh acquired I 1""mtory. Hating got this, I \\orkingthat engine by hand ; but another piece per dozen. They were to be well A SMALL lot of genuine CUBA TOBACCO and hose commissions have not vet expired, and aLAuctioneer the mOlt remote ]x>itrt .
; left for her lo drt in the wa:>' of :1p."n"'I"tin' stitched in and all that she could! who shall )hereafter lie appointed, t-hali From years' experience in the EXPRES3busines
vhai i- j' revolution of the wheels proved that the acci. every way, .*. SEE!). for sale ht H BARNARD'S Drug and OUt many
feeize the ? | hold their office during the j>eriod of six front while connected with Mes.-r Adams t Co
to treasury make years l ;
but -
upon was two dozen weekly and to work e'lcme St *. of th'j Mcrtar.Mirchllb51. .
! dent was of a much more serious nature- the numernns advantagi-s respectsnc'tthe
has; the j power to do, why should she day and night. .She further stated that 8 tfPork our
r hi she main shaft was found bioken completely she Auctioneers appointed by the Governor ilnrin tin least fl f which i is the confidence and patronage of

*rtt dn it NU *''u> Consiitution, some good brought, (in a diagonal direction) the bearingof had not eaten any Und of meat in three weeks recess of the General AI mtlly. dull hold their office the New York community.) we feel assured that we

will t.'li i is a check ii: her .- but when she Bacon Molasses and Coffee.AFRliSII only until the end of the session of the General the catlfactk to
Rsv man way.Constitution f the starboard pillar block, and the addition. once, was asked to dine by a ; shall never cease to give mot entire
The Cont-titution is just \\hat | friend, of whom she dinner." Assembly next after the date of their appointment. our friends the Jewellers Bunker, and lIerch:1.nageu'r.LUy.
j al turn after the first stoppage, caused one part gut a good : supply received JK.T Tallahassee and
President of their I [Apprcrted; by the Governor, January 13, 1851. .
a nJsoritv: | with a own, j jchoc's of the shaft to lap over the other-thus fiactu. There must be a mistake in the number In CjjF" A" the papers in the) State will publish twice We k; leave to call attention to our California Express -
And "
It. It111 become McNAUGHT i ORMOND.NewjH .
** to ,malic that that it should just be. I i nngjjoth pillar blocks, and rendeiing the en. stated to have been made, as "two dozen >rt, March I. 1851. 8 and send bill to Comj.troller. from New Orleans aid our Express between
it plttse: majority Orleaaand MobtlaOffices
u-hat -lines useless. The
I ; ship was at
This bill >* no doal the result of a mostoutrajroou I once hove to under storm canvass, the wheels weekly" for one female, is rather above high Sale on Monday, llh April, 1831.Sheriff's -;St Charles Hotel Building, New Orleanii

of and An Ordinance.To and 19 Wall New York.
scheme) bargaining corruptjon water mark. !street
I I ished, and all hands employed during the Sale.
thC! fruit of an agreement between theluverand raise a Rccenuefor the City of Tallahas. February 1. 1851. 4
; : night, and for the following dlt y, in sending virtue! of a writ of Fieri Facias, i issued from -- .
Harbor of the North-west. I The Essentials io Productive Farming.The .- see fur the F cal Year the BY Notice.rjlhIE .
I commencing on
lHn : up her tquaic Jardt', Iud snipping her wheels Clerk's OF.ce: : of the Circuit C< urt for the
nnd the High Tariff J men of the :ort!h.CuL 'I: of ihe floats-a (ta..k at I once difljcult! and dan. free thC ofthe plow, culti.-jtior! and In e, Jirst day f April, in the year one thousand Count ol Leon Middle Circuit Florida, wherein undersized hereby give notice dIRt their ro-.

Lavish upon rivers and harbors the ol with all row-ciilturcd crops, so as to I keep eight hundred and fifty,one. (he Union Bank of Florida is Plaint ill. and Richard J Pjjective offices will e open for the tran!fiction of
money j in le of wind and the decks .
and there results at an serous a g cov.jered down at all lime, the growth of grass and K. Call is Defendant, 1 have levied upon, and will offie'ul baLness, from 9 to 2 o'clock, every day, Sun-
the Treasury OIt" j with ice, but (.ir'urialeiy accomplished weeds those expose for sale, before I the Court Ilru-w floor, in the day's excepte'L
,'lrUI for an irerca of the Tanlf, nominalu without accident. On the 7th and 8h: lay. pcs ts which proxe so destructive SECTION 1. BE IT ORDAINED EY TilE INTENJ ('ilvor Taltebassep. on the :fir.t Mondav( in April The nece >ity and propriety of regular and specified

in supplY nidney for the Government, but j mjMo, with the hope of an abatement of the lo crops. I XIA.M AND Cot Clt. or Tiik In nr TALLHAsbLK. \. next, within I legal hours, the following tract of land hour of business in public! offices, are recognized by
the of the Seeding in the time with seed I'lul tl.einst section ol tie I'evenueCI much thereof will the debt law and and obvious
rallv to pom it intl manufortiirers. I and proper good or so as satisfy due to usage are too to require explan
gale change of wind the
10kl. a
as captain ul I lie last }ear b.-. and I lie oame is co..tiuuedin lu.l
and wit i ation.
All the whole i ii' swindled.ptiance an equal attention to lime, with regard lowo :
i 'wd all liaji-k Wl'lC clllcmcl.r anxious reach of orce us juit ot Ui(iiiume. A tract containing 200 acres more or less, hine. C. W. DOWNING Secretary Stalff.
i i- doled out to her now and then to i king .
\ some port on our own coast. On the Oih the crops.Aitemition SECTION 2 Be it J Hither Onlainn, That-there being and adinin.the. city of Tallahassee, or the JOHN BEARD Cw j>troller.

iwpher quiff, or seduce} if possible, herropseutatives .I wind hnulfd to the northwest, and became to the construction and repair offences shall be levucij and collected the l lolluvMng Taxis North, better known as the former residence of de W. R. HAYWARD, Trravtrer.

from their fidelity. moderate. so that what is mnde through the toils lor the tipcat }ear comn.eIic1l; on the lir:l day ot 'fendant now rccupied aid in pf!ses>ion of M. A D. S. WALKER. Jiey. PnWc .tln/ .
!: quite: Immediately made sail and
-- .. -- -- jl I II and anx iOlls ea rrs of the) husbandman, may not .o\l'nl, jl ; Lon;, I>q.,\hich has iI tine three; story brick dwelling R. S. IIAYWARD, Clerk S'lp. Court.
Kbaped a course for Halifax SJ7 miles ditsant I. hl.-Upou 1 Merchants
; vending goods, ware and other out houses situated
the New York Herald. be lost, through his n,' lect lo his ; necessary I I thereon. February 1, 18:1. 4 tf
from protect meicitandi/e
I and New Yoik 1,400. ThisH>atllCr continned crops and a tax ul (thirl.til'elltll on ever} Levied upon a" I the property 01 said defendant, and

Safety of the Atlantic. until meiidian of the IGih, when an from the depredations of stock. ''I ranUreu duH. rs in value t.llhe vtuck in trade on to be sold tobati-fv said writ of Fieri Facias, for the New York Agricultural Warehouse,
Daily personal supciiniendence, on the lie last day of Ajril| neit, as near as the same cane of Charles Norm iOD.
part Uie
189 m
The Fftivitwn: created in New York by obseivution pLcrd the ship, 150 miles south I > ihc rl.ul.tJ. -
of the master all the of the A. A. FISHER She, iff.
approach. and arrival of tie steamship! Africa and 70 mile west of her portion at the time farm how operations he tid-U|>on all > n
with intelligpiice of the safely of the At. of the accident. A gale now sprung up again no matter good a mager ma) (oilier tl.an ttiiicrdUt travels,) who shall the most extensive assortment of Plows

iantuis ten giaphirally described in the '! from the southwest, and it became necewary I have, or however faithful hi* hands! may be, a* comznfucm bu-iness alter tl.e un>t cldj oi April ne.xt, &c. HAVE all kinds of Aericultural and Horticultural
the c.fthe IIt'ad..f the farm and the a tax ol' Itllrl\.tive crnts on hundred dullate
the I Ileiald 1 of the, 12ih heave the for presence evrry received Tallahas een from New I Implements and Machinery. Also, all kinds of Field
t with
fmtt: ) in" article d : to ship to ; even moderate ill value ot ineir MocU in hide, tu be eshmaltd and JUST per Orleans,
use of his eyes, are worth several pairs ol 50 barrels Flour ant Gard.cn Seeds, and Fertilisers, such as Guano, ,
the ol'ihe Afi icn heard weedier it evident to all that she could asejsed in all eujierfine ,
No Minner were puns I I WM! hands. ca-iesat any tune alter I the commence. 10 4 do. do. Bone Dust, Poulrette, Plaster tfcc.ZO .
in lie city tLan hundreds, and \\e may say do nothing by the wind under canvass. itt-iit ol such buiines J ror l.J, Such tax shall be MOO pound Ribbed Sides,! Orders front Merchants and Planters, will be

tIIOIl\alld Of( our citizens riH hed to the Utiltery At 8 A.: M., of the I llth, a large ship pas. .h" :"l'd before 1I1t \jiiraiioii ol the next fiscalear.. 2000 Canva-sed Hams, punctually attended to. _
"Sons of Pcrdiiol'Thp. Boston Commonwealth 3d-Ujon lall Auction Sales, one half .
docks the North Hirer (from.; ed bound the eaMwaid but she either did per cent.uruu 1 Brown January 2 j, 1SA. 5
end to all the on to ; the orison of the Free soil the gios-" amou.it ot sales.Jtli hogshead Sugar, -___
the drpnt of the Collins Hue of steamships} to not see or took no notice of our signal of dis. calls the twelve refratory Uf'l1InCI'fttf110) party rn. -Uj>ou all ici]'roveU and unimproved town 10 keg* Leaf" Lard. The American Agriculturalist.DR. .
Cas'lc Garden: tu ascertain whether the At. tre -s. At 10 P. M., after taking an accurate fuse to VOIP for Charles Sumner, the fn-o soil loIs, a t tux ,oi llIlIrl,. vc cents on ever) hundred dul. 1 1 Lard Oil NASH, P. M.. Tallahassee, will receive subs
irs value thereul.Oth .
Jantic had I ken h'-aju1 fr.nn. Theyere UnUiized account of stores on board, and considering '. Also 1 barrel White scriptirms for this valuable raper-U a year-
candidate fur U. R. Senator Sans of Prepared Hominy,
pvrdilion. t -Uj i.n practicing Physician Dentist
every bound volumes 1 each bound. Old
the of the Africa's the home very neatly
> reports guns, as I appaient impossibility reaching 4 unbolted Rye Flour.
jr Atlomj and Counsellor at Law, one per tent on subscribers I r. N'i k
they were fired t'lI1' aficr another, for upwards with the ship in her disabled condition, the every hundred d,>llars ol annual income.Oth BERRY fc ROWLES, Auctioneers, etc can SOLO pay ROBINSON: > General Agent

of an tour, and many an eye strained in 1001,. I| captain determined, with the assent of his olli1 Some rascals propose that ladies, who -UK| >II all! tree colored males, between theages February 22, ISol. 7 tf January :5, 18:J. 3

the blue! and red the I 1 and bear fur the of I WeDI).one and liLLy )ears, a tax oi ten dot.ma .- .
ill: for lights- signals cers passengers, to up coast clamor for iheir rightr, should be made to do Superior Liquors. PREMIUMCOTTON GI'IS.
lithe \'eESels ortLc Collins line. At length I| of Europe-which was accordingly done.- militarr duty. They wish to enlist and be. all colored female
I free between the PIPE superior HOLLAND GIN, T. TAYL.1IR & CO. !
asieatnshij) was seen approching the City : From this time to the twenty second day nothing come their companions in arms." ages of twenty-one and tiny jeais, a tax of live dJ- 1 J Pinct Castillion Brandy, Inmbus Cotton GUI Afannfartury ProprieorscftheCnI have the sat-

from Quarantine but the signals which the ol importance occurred. We had fol. lars. 4 Madeira Wine extra quality, i tactiun In announce to their patrnfH and the Planters

Lore were not those of the Atlantic or any lowing gales and high seas, and the ship madean A-lass a-Iass as the old bachelor said bth-Upon all wh le male inhabitants, between i pure Port Wine, generally, Ihronjhont the Cotton growing re-
the ages ol twenty-one and sixty )ears, a pull tax ot 1 bbL Irian. Whwkey. a very superior article.In that they aie prfpared to number
\'emloftbeCollills line. "But if this is not average distance of 150 miles per day when he felt a desire to marry. lie made dollar. supply any
one store and for sale low
the Atlantic it tnuitt be the Africa, and she and in that interval ran 1,400 miles. Al S the prune exclamation: after marriage but spelt I '.I!h-Upon all slaves, a tax of seventy-five cents: GEO.by H BESTWICK. of Where rnir ct-lehratp these GIM
will, no doubt bring some intelligence of the i I P. M. of the 22d she anchored in Cork harbor it differentlv.: : Prodded, The City Council may exempt from tax February 15. 1851. 6 be deemed unnecessary lor the Manufacturers fo cay

Atlantic,'' argued the mote I intelligent of the which fact alone, when considering the ation any slave laboring under mental or bodily alfhrtion a word in I theirtavor, as I they fed t confident' the machines -

noxious -liitude.. It was the Africa ; and a' I immence size of the ship, her spars, light OBITUARY. or in6rniity, on application ol the owner ufsuch Bank of the State of Florida." hare b"en brnnjht ti; Ouch perfection, that

she came up the hay, firing gun after gun it canvas, and heavy machinery" is sufficient toprove Died in VTakulla County, on the 21st! Fvbniary after lOlh slave-Upon or his all agent.pleasure Carriages Barouches, TIlE| undersigned having accepted the appoint- their superior performance will recommend then;
of Commissioners under the 4th section of in rreferer to all other Gin now ill o<.. For the
vat; believed by the thousands on the look out, I her a splendid seabout, and must add I an 21 illiM-sa of fifteen of the'Lite days. ROIJEUT Durduii.C5f G. DUUUEN. Busies, Tilburjs' Stanhopes, Chairs Sulkevs and the act of the General Assembly of the State entitled satisfaction ot tho'e who have not u.ed the Gins;
tbat that tessel would not much : in small to the aged n'lr",0(111 Henry Stage Coaches, a lax of t lurl .fi'"e cents on" and their
expend BO no degree, reputation already North) Carolina please y.Died every An act to incorporate a Bank in the City of Tallahasee. are unacquainted reputation the Proprietors -
powder to announce her own arrival only.MI .- I| acquired by her commander fur prudence and I papers coj FcIki-1 hundred dollais value thereof. ." approve'! 24th January 1851, receive subscriptions need only say, that the FIRST Premium
at the resijfiict- William J. SOLOMON llth-Upone very Slave publicly exhibited (or ale awatded
have been them
to for the
the Stock of the nEST GIN'
to Capital Bank of uI -
t must be that the Africa brings good news I seamanship. In regard to the conduct of i 1IOGU13,aged 20 years, sou of Jacob and Irena I within the ilJcorl'oraledlimils ot this citya tax oi I Florida" hereby give notice that subscriptions in writing I hibiled at the great State Fair held a't A :lanta Gecria ;

o' the Atlantic or she would not fire so many i I her passengers under such trying circurnManI I l1tgue. I four dollars. for constituting the Capital Stock of said Bank s ; also, at the Alabama and Georgia Agrlcultaralnd

futis," laid the multitude. What can it I ces, too much could scarcely be s tid. Suffice Departed this life at I.i" re i lcncc in Lowndes( Co.Geo. .' i SEC. 3. Le it furtFirr Ordained, That there I will be received by them at the office of Henry L. Mechanic's Fair, held at Columbus ; and at the

wan-what i is. the object l of this uncommon [': it that they bore the misfortune with} becom- ., on Saturday "morning the 8th instant PHILIPMtllAK i shall be levied and collected the following License Rutgers on the first day of Starch next The said annual, Fair of the South Carolina Institute, at

'' I : at the advaii"el aj; e of 95 year, licn-J to laxe : subscriptions to be accompanied with twenty cent. ChaiU: !ton. The Cotton cmned on ll.tie Gins reeived ;
firm" was the enquiry on bide and ing fbititude and cheerfulness, and testified, all I jier
every ; retailers of
1st vinous liqtinrs
I be at the time of 1m death) the oluW citizen of )hiseiunty. -Upon pirituou or of the respective amounts in gold or silver. Time the first Premiums at the exhibition held in
thf response was, The \llantic is saf>-the flu leaving her at Coik, as much sympathya lie cmizr>ite>l with )hi; p-irents from )hi- native in qoautiti: s leas than one quart, a tax U sixty books of subscription to be kept open fur the of CharlestonSouth Carolinaand a, every Fair where!

AtUntic has been heard fr":n." Soon ihe Af- !| those who have a more permanent interest I place. J Ho1--Shire. Srotlai.il, to North Carolina dollars.2d sixty days, and if at that) time more than the space whole amr)Iesof Cotton from them hate been exhibited.The .

fica approached 'T d <:k in,Jersey City ; hut I''in the good old AlUuiic. The Atlantic had the a e of ten years an-1 removed Georgia nl>out -Upon all nillbrd Tables and BllwlinJ1e 'J, amount of the stock i found to be pulwcribed. the entire Proprietors: have in their possession aurner-

the did not move half fast enough io SdlMy i ion board 550 tons freight, and a considerable the year I8I: He was a MIICWC! Christian an J fir of tax T n'pll1lIe oi fill! dollars.3J >! technically. soc.lltd.used fur hire, stock will bo divided fjnon.' the subscribers in tins certificates from Planter, Cotton Brokers, Com
a ) mision Merchants, and Manufacturers of Cotton
j the !- Cu of)hii life a meinWr of the 1'retby- proportion to their subscriptions.
the impetuosity oftl.c thousands: who felt as if' quantity of specie, which the Cambria U'rLiii Cljuirli 3'eari an
every mimt'ntas an hour until her arrival. II| was chattered to bring over, and piobably sail. ha* left a widow and a number of c'.uldren grind ol.i'- ofei!ht dollars.4tfi \\. ARGYLE. and the sample produced by then, cannot be excelled -

Atlei-.jrth: the \frica approached her dock inJersej ed from Cork on the 4th int., direct for New : dren and great grand 1 children iii G\-orjria and Florida. -UJKMI every two or four horse wagon used for DAVID C. WILSON by any Gins ever manufactured.All .

(11awl: v.hen York. IK-fore the Africa left Throughout his life he extremely lure, ataof ten di.llin.5th JAMES T. ARChER.Comnmssmovrs.. orders for Gins, given either Jo our travelling.
the got within hailing arrangements j long was an t1I1pC' .. 4'pou every luck, or public carriage med for or local A1.tf'nlsor lorwarded to the Proprietor by
!J .taucs. te (,iiK dicers ascended the pad.k'tox.tnlwiitidj : were' making to low the Atlantic to Liverpool rate man. C. W. IL hue. a tax, of) eighl dollars excrpt hack and carriages ROBT.V.. WILLIAMS, mail will always receive prompt attention. GinS
\! : trumpet announced : "TheAtlantic I for the purpose of beiug repaired. This will -- -- -. '.. -- belo ijjinij to public livery stables.6fh Tallaliassee Feb. 8 1651., 6 SentineL will be sent to any part of the country, and war-
; 1 i II safe : the has t,u'' into Cork with a possibly require three months. tD- Notice.-The next meeting of the Southern -Upon every public Livery Stable, a tax of [ ranted to give satisfaction. ,

broken dudA mails and Rights and Union Asociati:* of the Natural Bridge fort' dollars. JOS L. BUTTON. Agent.
shout 4Jf The Africa her .
rejoicing at once brings passengers.It. 7jli;-(Jo.T; every Hawker and Pedlar vcnding'good, Seed Oats. Columbus! Ga., February S, 1S31. 5 ly
vent t uji, which made tho welkin which w. SIIUFELUT. and Roach's t-i I'oads will lie held on the 8th Marchat tneichandize .
ring. wareS and a tax oi one hundred dollar. received per Wm. R. Pettes frora New Or-

_"'BE,.continued. (1(1If'i hevetal CKWIU>S. Dating Chief Officer. St. Mark's Church near Raarh'n X Roads. l .*. JUST', 2(0 bushels of St. Louis Seed Oats. Groceries. .
au II t It/Ii ( I C. R (11.\nm... St Ih-Upon f''l''r nn who shall, for profit with.in Feb.
lIme the crowd ;;ie\v larger, \\ bile S.V'rt'tary. 8, IbSl. 5 BERRY i ROWLES. BBL9. extra superfine Flour
thf limits of this discount 20 f
corporate city,
buy or
mall 'OflLOte who Dutch n"'omcn.-Culfm1nin his EuropeanLife 100 bushels White Corn
licwd the plad news rftuto ------ ,
bilk of
sell drafts > tell it toiler t families and friends. The ,eO. Manners, gives ihs following description Petit Gulf Cotton Seed. beyond the limits ui I thin Slale. ilhel upon with anyplace his A. E. M.UTWELL. M. D. PAPT.MAXWELL BO heavy seed OaX --.

pie tepteed literally wild \'ith iciterneut ; of the Dutch women : 10 0 BUSHELS fru-h Petit Gulf Cotton SeeJju own funds means or credit, or as agent lor any Bank & PAPY, 10 barrel Mesa Pork, '
LtLere was one ulio teemed ttrpremel 'I think some of them the fairest and hand received and for sale bMrXAU'GHT\' or individual, tlurr shall be assessed and collecteda ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW, 2 casks tierces Sides.S. C. llama, *'
& ORMOND. tuoft'ne cent hui.dred dollars in
L& upontvm amount -
p. A young woman was the firbttrlun eomest creatures I ever looked, upon and TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. 1 bbls. Leaf Lard, .
among Newport March 1, 1651. 8 e exchange so Imugnt, and every hundred
the duck, who teemed, more tLan all i i made of the finest unmixed porcelain clay.- ------ di liars in.amount so sold, for ami during I the year February S,1 SM. 5 6 Green Apples.' .

o bera anxious furthe fate of he .'11aut.. .- I i Uefore I left England, I thought the Englishwomen I Planting Potatoes. next preceding the date at wl.ich the assessment 20 *** planting I'otatoQs. .,
cbf bad had I of such lax s1l"I1.bl" made. Hoots and Shoes. 1 I'ecan Nuts,
a brother on board), who is engaged j the fairebt I ever seen. I now BARRELS Planting Potatoes for wile hyOU
O A 10 Drums Figs,
.th-Upo'l all agencies r.f Insurance Companies, & RUST are now opening a large :1Isort-
u fireman and cor.sider them as belonging to the coloredac. McNAUGHT L ORMOND.Ncw.ort HEIR
been her
; hogieat anxiety, j i and upun every ant or partner within this of gents Calf pegged and sewed Boots; also 15 bbls. Rrtrtified Whisker, '
tba fur several dabs the has almost entirely j The Dutch women much exceed them. March 1, 1851. 8 City, nt'a .Fsct.r, Comtniii-ion House or Commission Congress Patent Leather and Cloth )half Boots; Calf Landing from Schooner Tallahassee,and for sale rtJlcXAUGHT

wained: from li)J. As soon as the tiexvs I Take the flirest rose that was ever plucked Corn. Mi-rchanf, located or residing beyond ihe limits of sewed lludl pegged Brogans, Seal and Patent Leather & ORMOND-

**'MprchjjBi'd a khriek af joy went up from j 1 with the glitering dew drops hanging among his Stilte;shall be a" .s.etr and pay evtry year a tax Slippers; also a good assortment of Ladies Gaiters, Newport January 2?, 18:1. 8
liiftf OH A BUSHELS CORN for sale hy of I Iwo percent upon the gross amount ol all com- Buskins, Ties Boots, and Shut also
kmalt' Kho its ) lake the failest that Slippers : a good ,
at once ran for her home, toCo1vey petals ; peach ever OUU For Sale, to arrive Schooner Flirt
McNAUGHT ti t ORMOND. tniiens reCciVfd, lor ;" ,1 during the year next pre- assortment of boys misses and children Shod psr
the! glad tidings ofjoy to her aped mo.ther hung upon the trees, with its charming, Newport Marth 1, 1K31. b ceding the dale of I ueh! asses-rntnl, by s-uch
uhose aniiely had not been less than !her I blending lints of red and white, and they are ---- -- .: _ _ partn, or by the said Factor, Cornini. "ion lll1se, LUUJ 10 tierces and 5 barrels Ricel .

co. It it a Jong tim* since such a scene of eclipsed by the transparency: and beauty of State Agricultural Warehouse. or Coin mission" Merchant through the agency ol such Law Finn. 3 qr.casks" Pale" and Brown. Sherry.* Vlnai
acitem n; was witnessed in Jersey City all, comjilfxiou of(he fairest Dutch women, ns I T lIE MilMTilwr would rc.|H-ct fully invite the jit ant-or Upon plrtnor.lOth $ all venders of Lottery Ticketsa tax often B EARD i BREVARD will practice in co-partner- : 1 t bale heavy striped Domestics. \

of cv"rv rank and condition, male and female, saw them at Hroeck arid Saarclam.! If their t'lItion of Farmers and Planters to tluirlargt' ,},lIolr:111' all letailers! of ,spirituous or vinous ship in all the Courts of the Middle Circuit of ...1.4' Manner a
partook, of ile minds fair and] their win. and varied a,w>rtment of Agricultural and IJortieul florida. Office in allaJlJ.SIC ,
t'tltral joy. are as manners as li-]>inr-ai aforesaid, all keepers ol billiard tables, or The latter goods are manufactured in South Car
flat what j IHdl XV, ,,f lc excitement! ning as their I faccsthen I can easily understand ural: uijdements, vLi<*h a ill l hc found on examination b'.wlinsror len-pin alleys, all keepers o!' cveiy drayor JOHN BEARD. ''I'' unit by negro labor and are sent as samples.e call
hay tll: b,' as large and well wlet'ted fiaiilar C"tal T. W. BREVARD.
iu any four ln.rse the attention of friends .
v''lutb: the the of Adam' fall. It im caitor I t Iwo or won, or hark or public our to tUom.McNAUGHT
account ofthe eafety of ihe Atlanticjnwedin I history was li-Jiiuent in the United States. Among which may l ha carriage t:>al for hire as aluresai'J-all keepers February 1, 1851. 4 tf & ORYO 1).

NewVo.k. and especially in the pos-ibie! poor 1 fellow, that be should resist.- found (lie following.iz: nf livery slale! hawkers and pedlars azeiits of Newport January 25, 1851. 3

part or the city ? No toom-r, were !the Then their costume i i. pretty elegant. A sort I'LOWS.-Pruuty .!t : tJr'8 celebrated and )hi;hlj Banks or I Insurance; COII'l'aniilnd 0111 venders olbtlcry Crockt-ry Glass and Stone \Vare. .

putis fta' Afri hoard than one living II of thin gold! helmet, (fi'ling close lo the head, approved Center Draught (\vliiih took th fir..t jireni lickE'I.,fhall, under penalty double th* tax fc RUST are now receiving large assort H. BRADFORD,

JJJbe! north side ofthe city every burned to ihe leaving enough of the hair to part gracefullyover took nun at tile late State Fair). MiiH .t JlortCOthich) in ra'e'rf..ilurr. before I Iheir se.eral avocationcal HEIR of Crockery, Glass and Stone Ware. 1 lili OaNlY AT LAW .
the f1Cf1tJlld] ]iremiiim at the Fame f. rll) Eairle, and business ,
alnre aid
lings or as be and of Goods Hardware -
may pursued, On hand assortment Dry
< '*. in the the ImHIi thin, but wide band of high. a general Madi.-on: Court Souse
neighborhood of the North rin'r,1 all the various Southern subsoil, Fide hill Plows, of upon I the paunent ot the taxes levied as aforesaid and Groceries. All of which we will sell on aa ,

and a jcrly sought for any information cn.f'trntnt I ly wrought and burnished gold, extending the ]late-t style nnd fini-Ji. obla'n a Licence so to do from Ihe Ir.tendant, to be reasonable terms as they can be purchased in the market 18, 1851. 2 tf

, tU8 favothe vessel. The publication across the forehead ; at tlie_ends of this some HORSE i'OWBIlS-F.tfll'rv! & CoV premium Rai countersigned bv the Treasurer, and such License February 1, 1851. 4 tf
\tocf of this I lich and eJl'gant'wught filigree ornaments Road Horse Powers anJ Threshers, Whoi-lcri! Bogar-- shall not be i issued fcr a shorter period than one BOOTS i: SHOES, HATS'iD CAPS, JUst r.-
'paper was crowded to such an du kc. ..bo.COltN .. and for- sale hv

nent that it was with great difficulty the of go'd, with splendid ear.lrops of gold or of SJIEJ.L1mS.-Sl'\'ral new style, rf'.l'f'ntJy -car.I Ith-On all Shows. other than Circuses or Equesfiian Fancy Goods.IN GEORGE H. BESTWICK.'

fttwrnen! connected with Ihe osta .liihment diamonds set in giild, with a beautiful cap of made, together with all the old and most jHipula Exhibitions, a'tax or five dollars, and on all STORE AND FOR SALE, January IS, 1S51. 2 tf

could find a way of ingress or egress. From the finest russets lace, covering, hut not con. kind A. Oireiisos or Equeslrian: exhibitions, a tax of fen dul.Iln PIECES rich solid and figuered changeable Silk Notice J"

OUr sUhlibhrtient the exilement was carried I. cealingihe whole head, andall the rest of the STRAW CUTTERS.-Wm. Hovey's patent Cy. | shall be levied and collected (for eich exhibition, 6 Lustres, for ladies dresses; ;
I lindrical Straw Cutters (the most approved)in the market to authorize which mu first months after Haft' I halt apply to tb* Hon.
license "t be obtained
a De all wooL SIX
larteful rich embroidered Laifles
dress of vestal while
loal 2! of the purity transpa.I 8 patterns
parts city. The "Atlantic is j!I and the only one where the knives are adjustableon Irom the Intendant, and countersigned tbeTreas- Cambric Handkerchiefs Jud e of Probate for the County ar eoa'
dozen Linen
Mle wag announced from the stages of the I rent, with short coats, shoes as bright as mir. the cylender); C. Hovey J CoX Clinton's Sin- arer,under a penalty double the tax herein assess. 8 rich colored Ribbons,assorted.To assorted for letters of final dismission as Administrator of th.

diffl'rtnt theatres. 'fbe performances were I rors, and stockings of the purest white and chur's, Le, of every size for cutting Hay, Straw, and ed. 12 pieces which the attention of tlie Ladies respectfully estate of James Blacklidge, hie of laid Ceumn,, d.

niporiirily impended in those places of fitting the ancle as if they were knit upon the .I Corn Stalks. 12th-Upon all itinerant traders who shall offer invited by J. C. DAVIS. ceased. ,
"nuwnif limb while with train Cum and Cob Crushers of different varieties, both good, wares or merchandize for tale in this city, EDWARD BLACKLIDGK. Adci'i'.
to 3 SentineL
i drabbling
no 251851.
by the chering which ensued and ; sweep January [ 25
January iSt. 3
; 6m
OUt for hand and horse power, warranted equal to any in there shall be levied and collected a tax of one hundred .
(rdoors c; the nnd orer-iized chaw] and
the intelligence no
welcome pas. I pavement Uie market 'dollars ; and a license so to sell shall first be
td fr ) person to person, that Atlantic is loose and ill.fitted sleeve and skirts, hanging Fanning MilLs Cultivators, Harrows, Thermometer obtained from the Intendant an aforesaid, under a In Store, for Sale Cheap, Notice.

jp:' until every one in the city was acquam- about the person, like clothes upon an old and Barrel Cliurtw Rakes Hoes, Forks, tt, d-c. renillyr case of failure so to do, of a double tax to 4 LARGE. well assorted. Dry Goods including SIX month after dalI underlined will pre-.

with the intelligence. tree on a washing day, and you'll have some They will at nil! time have on hand a full assortment be i it ed. -CL Blankets, Blanket Coats. Prints, Gingham*, Ne- bu account. and vouchers to. the Honorable
gratifying I of Field and Garden SEC- 4. Be further Ordained, That Ca3imcr3Tweeds .Cossinetts Jude of Probate of Leon.
We confine faint notion of what of these Seeds of the latest growth every Da.t'rreotypi51" gto Kerseys,Osnaburgs, fancy County, a* Administrator-
ourselves within the limits ofttth one creatures' and best qiialitie Gnano, oned Plaster, and all u before pursuing such occupation in Boots; Shoes, Hats, Books, Paper, Ac Call in on the estate of George W. Harrelt, late of Leon

"/' and fact, when we say that every man, are. other fertilizers, constantly on band, and fur sale in t his city,aDd every non-xesi lent Dentist, before pur. and get a bargain, if you wish to save a few d'mK County, deceased, and apply for s final discharge
tnan and child in our great metropolis 1 quantities to suit purchasers, at the lowest rates.. mini his ..profession v\ithin the limits of this tily. J. C. D.\YI horn the administration ot paid isla'e. f

!? Ltd last night with a "thank God" on their (ttrAccording to a letter from Dr. Gideon BARR A ATTERBURY, shall pay" tax of ten dollars, and obtain a license January 25, lS$1. 3 [SentineL BENJAMIN! BYRD Adm'r.

lips that the Atlantic safe. B. Smith, published in the Baltimore American Nu 25 Cliff fct, New Vork.March (rod the Intendant ; and upon failure or refusal so Fort Stansbury, January 18, 1S31. 2 6m ,
The was the seventeen.year locusts will make 1,1651. 8 5t to do/shell! pay double the tax above assessed. Pig's Feet.
Atlantic) it seems, experienced a aim. Sec. 5. Be il further Ordained, That all Ordinances .
flat accident hal which the k pam hp? Niag- their appearance about the 20lh of May income The Working Farmer 'Or parts cf Ordinances conflicting with the 20 KEGS ((very fine article)just received, and for Notice.
Ira or portion of the Southern States, intent and of this sale low. J. M. WILLIAMS. months after date.
the Cunard line true meaning Ordinance, be rld SIX 5b411 make nffUmiim f v
met with about MONTHLY
/ a publication devoted to the interest January 11, 18n.: 1 Honorable
the same
A hereby
J''tr repealed. Judge cf Probate in and for Ibo'
10ew ago, and which disabled her ou her trip "How is coal ?" enquired a gentleman cia of Agriculture, Horticulture, Gardening, .&, edited -' Passed the Council and approved., this 2 lib day of County of Jefferson, for letter of dismission and.
York. hy rrouisxor Mnpc, publL'hed by A. Longett'atthe February A.-D. 1S5I. Lime. d-seharge: Executrix the and
gun ofthe Emerald Isle, who was ol last will tesinent <.-
dumping u State Agricultural Warehouse, 'N 0. 23 Cliff treetf .i K.fOU Cask Thotnastpn Lime for sale by ot ,JamnesM.
; D.P. HOGUE, fntendant. \ > lfiH tate of said County, dee'l.,
load of coal in Canal
A.nDned street "Black as ever New York. Price ?1 a year. Alfesf-Gro. W. HCTCHIKS, Clerk.M }!cN UGIIT A ORMONP.H :ANN HABT:
a.n account of the *
accident *
to \ sir, be jabers, responded Patrick: March l, lSl. $ >t ichlf1551. g. 0- } .crtDee:1O; ; K J.rr.",,! etft, February J4 1"1. 1..




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Sljc .ftori in1t; & Journal Tax Collector's Sale. J .-_----- -- LL_ _.r_ : T1Iifcgal .. _

B y viitue of the power vested in me by law I TiffiiG1NS.JESSE The Quiricy Male"and Ferttald !. 2 trti5rmmt9 New Goodi

have levied ,
and shall ( sale be- -
rs I-.ue
ore the Court howe door, ia the city of Tall ha,. H. WATSON THE jt3 j' T&J
the tint THE Exercises of this Institution win be resumed L In the Circuit Court of the State of Florida oo R. 1L GambLe, a P

: -ee.on' Monday thereof in May next the followingroperty. GKSPoJinjrra )IArFACTVR: the Fimsr Movtur rx FEBBTAXT. 183L TIle I for the Southern Circuit in and for Monroe; Stock 0! liootl\ coo tio in jj
or cuch ( will
o as pay the State t ickis pvt Co tI. ;
THREE DOLLuIf per unuC1, .fpaid in advance.HRCC -nd County Tax due thereon for thi year If50 and Lee County Georgia Female Department will be under the charge of 1Ii- County.IS na: U .*.

: 4vo A Hii/rif paid vithioii tnonti.s. ill incidental expenses, to wit: inform his friend AMANDA. ENO, a-tted br her sister, and Yi.5 CHANCERY. 8unn-brown, 1eDor'4t.

FOCH DOLI X.', if not paid untillbe end Ihe eaJtJTbe All that tract or parcel of land known as Forbes "rOULD. that he continues the and the pu 'ic eene- ELIZABETH ATWATER. The Principal bt'1ie\"t' I William E. Williams, ) Gofft -Eio .,

.e teims milloe rigidly adhered to, an "urchasc, within the limits of Leon County, con- his old stand where he will be above bosines at be has DOW obtained what he has for some time peA r*. > Di t">1'Ce. Teas Chocolate-Ocoa .t- Brwna
no paper Mill be discontinued until *llairearaiar.. lining 142,7.JO acres more or IH .iaid to belong to with a first rate article. As hirpytosurvlr an then endeavoring to secure-the co-operation of FIlCh Ann Williams. ) -blitk and p-etn.
rAiJ, ual "t at the option ol I the be Apalacbicola Laud evidence of the Teachers a* will give a hLjh character to the Female TT Bread-Pilot and Ntfr
pi1 liiten. Sib Company. quality of his work, he would stale appearing by affida-rit to the satisfaction of this
ecribers will be received for three months at On. I). McRAENY, tare number sold by him the tbat out of the Department, and afford every facility to Young Ladies JL Court that the Defendant, Ann William, reside I Crackers-tetter,watrrj kiiy,,, .

Doilar-'is nontl tat $1 i'). Every order tor th. Tax Collector Leon County. laud to give i perfect satisfaction( pz'tyear-and not one has to acquire a thorough Education,tmth in the soUel andornamental I out of this StAte. and in the State of New York on Butter best G. iL._.

psperuvL of Ibis coanty m3t be accompanied win Ncv3br.9.tSo: __ _44 t deuce, cite the name of any one who has would a. ref. ded branobc The illv E.\o are nconimeflr rnotkm of S. R Mallory, Solicitor for the Complain }Cbeese-iip sOpine-app1.E dairy
the Cash, antes the order comes through of - Gin in ue. He one of his by gentlemen of the hiirhe-authe t\. ant. ('-Northern.Cand Wesrn, i
any on.; is intending to entzre Bock4.2
Tax Collector's his establish i of them ha Ken fur !.
Sale. It'1"t'ral"t'AN *-adamaatirie
feU1uJ. authorized ensajre-d Principal
agents in the State. ment coasiderab'y this year by whch: as It is Ordered, That the Defendant do ananswer I and 'Q'e 'I .
ceans i lie of appear
B V rirtoeof the power vested in me by law, I 1 r be enabled to Cli orders (which last he a fltHiivlure; School in Memj"fu., Tenne1, pead or demur to Complainant Bill on or 8"1_ put Tarety.gr'er.
tear whore nbe
ADVERT!SEME? TWill shall expose for sale before the Court il>use at I to do) withGins, if possible superior lo$ was unable pained a hyh reputatkiu a.< an a rnpU>hed before the firt Monday of June next otherwise the 8ri rtfmmto. IpTT. aEi.'eiicesa

b.inserted at the rate of One Dollar I iuincy, in the County of Gad den, on the wcond II I manufactured in SouthweseraCecrja.! lit any thinks eser and succvst-fal Teacher. They will instruct in all same will be taken pro tonfetfo: Proridfd Pubbcation IttbT
per qxure Monday of April next the following described that the branches of an En every year's experience of this Order be first made variety,
twelre line pro enables bin in
for first unme
Eu'eent i the ,and fifty cent reach tert?.cr.a ir.ach thereof as will pay the Slate and' better. article. to nake a sic, Frcnrli Drawing, P: utin. EmlTtiidory, .r. dc.Princin..1 iii this State fur the term of three months. newspaper Alo, fcfs, aJnxod, rai-ia...
insertion. :
reasonable .
A deduction u-il1 t",1.1..r.! ,. .lf1ment. ... n_. ._ driwl
Jounty Tax due thereon for ... "t
mill be made on Irztl the tear iSi), aDd thiece < ricing a pracricauiecnanic.ani ,wiinaJ.eJetercmed -- ---- -- --- -- .we "- January 27thlS51. orange apple, dried r. *,
no'ices, etateniuticetear. *.'u\ e\J..nSt'i incideat thf'rcio. wit tharnotie He will K aided! by Mr. M. M.CL.VKKE and P.K-e. White .
to : but Gins ot the flu-atis.Split Pn.
J notices without tir.1 cla! JOs. R Ful
alteration very l shall% be LANCASTER.
by persons hating The hul' of w hat is called Forbes Purchav." .ctured he ninaf I such other assistant!' a* the want* of the Sclnml we hare aDo recruited Irji"
in his-hop, /feels may ocrami
regular accounts with the uLce.; ae inl|% uranting them Judge Southern Circuit State bf } &.. wl'k c fnn
AU aan.nceraenl ol vine in GadJenCouityor so much thereof as will! to operate to thi* satisfaction ol the purchaser. rt'qthrtflue! ? Ia tinitK i* farni htHl with an extensive Fel>ruary 1, ItiSJ.I 3m hollnr wares dryiood 1
# candidates for fe az.J
office rive: ;iav the Tax aforesaid bounded I'hik'ph.cal) ClH-rmcal anti Mathe-mAtical and it
DOLUR*-iovarubh' in on the Eat b> the will deliver them tree of charge, to Apparatiii w now very crJUI-rc.
will be paid to Jer adiance. No attention I Jcklocknee Ruer, aJJ on the West by the Araiacb.colaRirrr. their plantations. it -. tl,K te'ther with a well selected library, and State of Florida. J3T All of which we o3er ftMesAUffl( '
< for .Ct1.e
any announcement,ualcaccompanied *- .
extensive Cal
HUGH an of
O. McLEAN, AU engagements nade with hi, uwt MineroK containing Urge
All with the ca'h. Tax Collector for GadsJen County. or order to the Proprietor at travelling Arenfs number e f J't'ciun" nt'Ctt..ll l both in our own anti m MADISON CIRCUIT COURT. IN CHANCERY. XeportDee.I'so. ct 01UO M
religious, Palmyra 51
marriage, and shall b
obituary notices
publibed October 12,15. ). 40 61:1. promptly attended to.55Repairing fiTeimi ciKintne's afTonU .upt'r Iraniajcs to the Martha Devalt, } -_ :

btae gratuitously will be: but editorial notice* (or private I : properly done in the most durable stuik-nt in 'C*' ',and serve to intent him in J las studies. r*. > Bill (or Divorce. Groceries &c.
t. charged aJrtrrti etnects. ,
Tax A Itiiarelin William W. Devalf.TTappearintothe >
Collector's Sale. manner. new lews**.axviderably larger than TUST received at the

virtue cf the : (t-: He i il al'o Agent for the sale of tlie eme f'rrncrlc(>iYur-,,.inov huilJin;in a healthy vested
Jon W O E K. BY power in me by law I Chapmat 1 qr. Bran.J, 1 Lux
and! davit in this
expo** far ,aebefore! the Court Randall' & Co: CAST IRON IIORE POWERSU- rl.tirt."ll\\rt etf the t,>wn. f>r the 't"OInn1o.lati'lI1 case filed that William W. Devalt:, :LLk. .''.\\ nsj Tea.

We ire well prepared to execute Job W4rk, !uch Qamcy, in the County of Gad; House at GAR MILLS in S,uthwe,.tetn Ge irgu arid Florida. eif the Te'fltiitT and Students. This hnie will e kept the Defendant in this cause, resides boyortd the juris 1 Ni'-mz 1L.key" 2 t CrTherr...

a< bill. card*. blanks pampble'!.ke., with neat. Monday in April next, the non the secom. Contract can be made with my Travelling Asr'rh. by the IVincipal xcln\! Inside* payire every attentinn diction of this Couit, and out of tne State of Florida I, 5 bsi Rk Cf"ffrt is IIlJXtl P.' '

n*%i a-> *. d.f'patc1.11 work of this description oerty.crsn muh thereof fulipwing described pro- I Any information wanted with reord to the i to the tat>.l1th. 't.mf.lf1. aikl morale of the Student* I but in some other part of the United States: 2 bbU Cm 31. .kn
a$ will cot' aid W
except l for person banns >earv' accounts with County Tax due thereon for the pay the State and eration nl lhe mills can be ohllinp.t! I by addr! i cunmitte-d to l.i. d\1""'. *", will al C aL" aw i
the o Lce, inu. t be paid fur delivery. ne 'efsar* experues incident thereto year 15-"O. and the I 102- rae sf Painra, Lenr.; not occu-1pieti do appear and answer 3i,1 l Bill of C'UlI'I.irtl.i'MI.three ?ii 1 i-b:. Drird Af .

Six hundred and forty acres of,land.to xvit : f March30.! )>Vj. 12Sheriff's .- iu S'l..: l.X..rt".., n-Hr.1. melu.bng wa4un .. month, or *1i.j! Bill will **- lake pro eonfus* 41b1s.Ma.ckerelNo.I Syrup, .. p
TOWLE & MYERS Sock Creek. purporting fo belong to L. S. Cilmor on will navci- at ,j-rie-e- \aryimr fn' n1" t<)*lo pernxitli., azaint said Defendant and that the cau-e b? et for 4 b xe* Claret ; .k. I..er T..ar!
Rxinl 1 al. IR .! hearing during the next Tern of said ( ourlin Marchnext "'te ..
maY !I
,0. each thereof as will pay the Tax ator Aid. Sale. e :1ffl'l in .'rnl re p.>ctaWeinulk 4 Cikr. y Cvil:...

Watchmakers and Jewellers, HUGH O. McLEAN, BY virtue f f a wrt of fri f;:"ii*. i i. ne 1 frur tlio in the nfl-tflit'i4fl.pL-uv. A iTick Academy i< a1.o illf.1'I4..r .'nd: it is furttitr Ordered_ Thai this Order i lwo 6 Tt-bacen 6 ItPrixnePiqk ltea .j ; '
"J\G procured the service Tax Collector lor Gadsden ,* fli .l! i< esju-ctol! to Joe ready 6 kTI&at r
I-I'\ County. *rkv of the Circuit: coot r.
Ctvirt fir published in 3 .
; .c of Mr. ALLEN, formerly ol October 12. IsV). 40' Il. f r..1.i Idle the Onmtv p (on e>f the 11"01 sometime during the ome public newspaper print.l ii this i 1ixes Star titm.So r
"/scjttt.e I are t. Ci..mt.i Fkcuic therein Tie Uni,ii toT-t "'It 0(1.F..r Slate once a week for three month. aitd that Complainant Ca-! *. : t,lS.laIt.ke..' tcr C'
noprepared toetecJte R r.k 'if Fl.. plauitM! and Willuci take testimony in
all worK in the above line, "tih rr Jmptncsc Tax Collector's Sale. Admin&ni ..f .S. JJurrav.' further partkcLir -pectinj! Rord, Tuiti I, theca'ie.THOMAS All of which
and in tbe nvwt sati-fact'try To litujarih Kojan. i* defendant, I .Ic.: Ac, ee printei Catal'u'which BALTZELL, Jud e. are wrtr inr. ansi
manner. friend
*t < distance, an early attention to all vork our which BY virtue a:1: of the for poer vested: in roe by law I j have levied uj t pei. am i will esr M- f.r i ale. Uf.re tlie e.-d bv. appicatk! to may loe obtain OctobT 1G, !S0.. r.al! advance 6 T.. 11* '.1 heatl!

I I espo sale before the Court Hou'eat Court H.'u-<* 0in the cry of Tnllalja A true copy-At'cst, vicinity are re{ -ctfully invaeu
nav be cnrarded to a*, will be rireni.TOVLE Qa.ncv, in be County of Gad den. on the J i fuJ.o.I.I' in second February C. L.
& MVER5. Monday of April next,the following dcribeJ the (..U..1Uri1.! .. nest ithiii 1--J IK>UT?. Qnincv. Di-wmli-r 2 1S3O.* 51TAILORING. CARRUTH, Clerk. J3n'Ja1 11. 1PST. J. t D.\fa
&1tt'm {- 2', I5"""!. 35: 'f pro- I.rllertv.: to Trit : -- -- -- By M. A. CARRCTH. D. C. i __' _
rty. "r mucb there as"iil niv the-- 5't.alp- -,- _.r4.. I W J S W -octt-a 14 ; t $ S E i 'l-;?, !5 : E J December 1. 1 V>. 4S 3m -.

iowie c*. xuyers, Couaty Taxes a-je tnereon from 15 45 to IvVj inclui N E t _! risn I. i in T..wi -Un 1. ILui"v._ .....l .V.conlaumsz rPHE $ubcri'!" Leon Female ,Academy
ofTal1. !
aeccsjary expense incident thereto to 2*" acrerr Tv hand J l Fuj
on hjiefhal
an are now receiving,a new and wi he hi \
HAVE : LcTio l cn'i.micetl I the al*>\e bu- .rJIY
I uiof1l'tilt"; j* inv rf *.i j I defendant i INLF.ON CIRCUIT Jthi rn* li*.j of irJ*Tan fa1!
a jrtaer.t GOODS coa>istiag cl Two hundred and '! and "iu.s. and respectfully! solicits a share of i COrRT::ATTACHMENT.John :: the r.ub tai
forty cf :
land 1.
acres to sold public
in Gadden fMi,1 liave
to wnt l the
Crdd Lever Haatjnz Watches >au> : *f fcVri t cLv, t I patronage.Store W. under
I' County, purporting to belong to Robert JiroerMin. riw ._. A. Argyle, 1 U-n-Jence of W. P. the
Golf FISHER As. C-ytoiux
\uc cr Lever'da ouch thereof SLrnl i ppo ifp t the Florida 1 'Jm.it. rf Svc-.l1
wilt f Exchange. f"f.
as pav tte Taxa aforesaid.I 1 h. January 3. 1 V). tl-\\ wlich In.-thuv
5>:ver Lever Haul iL Garments I um will afS-rd all
; aSdver icsoaFiat: Creek. HUGH 0. McLEAN {;: cut to order. Protection In!urance Company 'Of worn to tL Id.nt
--' thrizb and
refined J
Anchor Lever da New IJ lJ. hK2fX'a "e )
Tax Collector JAMES Jersey. )
for Gadea SEMPLE. ope
Lapine and common d? October 12, 1 s). 4 ) t3m.Countv. Fresh Provisions, FIciur, &oc., Novpmer.l-!'.". 47 tf THE defendant aid all other intere 'ed are here- on such a fo jrintr: a* to obviate the necty cl it

GeffileisfaV aad Ladte;' Boon Pin*,a reaeral 15rartoeut nz ** w. n. rJTT1.-- nox MTST1OQ l' LE.\', notified of the institution ot the ibove suit ire oar cbildrto fraa Iftse to w.uruuTerji.t kn.nrkJ-e.

of Car and Finser Fun;<, G,'U Gtiaids and Tax Collector's Sale. F.RLS. FLOUR.' ---JOHilPRATorous, by attachment and are required to appear at the pr iy-tto* of Fit .a'ALk

Key Fob anjfft Chaias, Seils. Gild and Sihei virtue ef the 27 d.} Extra [OF TIn LVTE next Term of Leon Circuit Court, and plead to the Tl e FIrt Cla.*, abraucbe whir-h will be
Penc;t",GkJ PenGaldan3 Silver S >ectaclr Gold B pnwer 'e< in ne by law, I Faniily Kltrtln. FIRM OK BILL & FR.lTORItJ] declaration filed in taszht an e
; aid .
thai! !! s cat* : of
sale J-t. .h. an
before English Etk&j
expose T the
Court Hou-e kl.
Seere, Cottar *sd Borna Batloai S.lver. Pearl and ar ( .'h 11-0rW. inf..rm Li- *, al."O laia
Qainry, in the 9 Ca-k- an 1 die public ARCHER & COP.LEY. Greek. if de; !. 1
SitU Card Cae. Gold and Sliver County of GadJen, on the second >jil.ami SIir uldtrf \ > tlLit hh.t' r*?
TfiinVic* Sa Iran tjfcvn !
the'ore 0
Monday of ; Tit-nvT lately(lCcupit'.1 .\tloro-u fur Plaintiff. .: od tin**- l'1
April next, the DuHfW SpvLnAri'hmetJc Peadin. I'-.J.-
following docrib 6chr
Sir aid .l.Jye. *
Bafalo Comb propt"frJ' 1t'y'Icl<.1 D.f.. ; IL l?: I1 the fleerPr2.lit. 5i ''''t"',
Al.), French Mantle Cluck*. Table K-ure Tea ,bay"# SJ..3UC"If\ IL.t1, IIl'\"tl'i\.J by Ball it I'rat..riu., where he .r..m lately ) 3m i fb. .h (Irsiwnar. r arnral B5.

Tny., Pi i d and Silver; Ware, Sd er Table ar.d Tea County Tn due thereon for the year 1S-W, and the 4 Tierce }*unro
MOB*, Pitted Spoons Fork, Cfao and Soip, La- oere>sary exnen e* inndest thereto, to wit : :0 Dl>N. M N. anti Ilriiue Pvt. di-iwd to j ttrini- luru in U. line f.f>e bt-ine-3.vthf may be FOR DIVORCE.Silrs .Ir". Pecitatiiqs.TMrI'7dai.Spellinz' J

die,. Pia**d W ters, di,. Tea Srt, Cato. CaadierlJck s.ebundr aad t't\! acres cf Land tJinz en 6 Clari5eJ an I Erwa-n iiagar, He I ha.* \'.- ".. by the he Ileoing.WrinMmic ng,Artih -
*, S.Ur Latnpj, ire* aid Gut GiranU s.AI J Crooked Crcrk, parporting to belong to Amistrad 10 ". Fun? Apr.f.- 1IV1l-i.'"!, /'/-'.' f'f C'ntlm, arrivals Gl.uill1lrfA a tl .irt 0"] Cason nest friend of Susan Murphy, Gt4cr3.hy, 1IWrv. ; Graa-

', tt' djubl! bar eied!; Cu'.., Shot aad Gaze and Risey. I't1:1i 1'vai.e. J-'anry G'rx: f* Vetting*, r'. mar. 15
: ; if, a vTal
JIj;. ar >J Flack fist packri Knive f'cwte Monnies, HUGH 0. McLEAN, BERRY dV ROWLES. y airtiHnt if Arnold Murphy. I Fourth C'i*-Sp-IHnz: F.Lwri

P.rt Foiso*. Vioiias, Claroael aad Flute*, fine RiBist Tax Collector for Gadsden Countv.. Janaarr! 4, 1"51. 52 11 1:.11) Y- MA ItE fJL O T1IIXG, U'PON the aStbrif ol the Sjiicifcr in (lie above i 31u.-ic. .-* n *is f.

.,t Srropl. k.jn.ivr .- O'c1r 12,1 >0, 40 CnJeaerson -- -- -- ---- i All! ..r uLkh, I fLitter niy-l: arc tiual in -t\I and that Arnold! Murphy, r. ?pcnd rt in said French, ,j I.
--- 1'1
aoa --- --- New Store and quality, owl genera! a** r'ceni PI Pt'rfarnny, New Goods tJt'an. a.* ;env oilK-r-t that t"will be (the Stated TRCSTZE
: Florida
i..t.&e. TOWLE L ilVERS y Collector Sale. ftitmd faj thilu rLet He will iriie articuLir : .1annaryILI5l. 1 tf

Septeocer 25, H>). JSCARRIAGf B'"lrI o( auttoritvced in neb> law, -hall I J. C. DAVIS Itt hi? btt-i'v-c anI Ij-' c> he will merit a, liberal att iti41 // M Ordtrtd That said Arnold Murphy do appear I -- --- ---- --- -

Icr ale., betcre: the i from and answer or dec.ur to aid Dill! within thue Valuable Plantation for SalerpHE
Cccrt Hou of the I --
REPOSITORY Montrcello Je eroa County, on the fist Monday in j i.V habitaats of toe city- of Taihhjricf la,1) in.. \ !..r '!{. l ".il. AS tf. months (roc this date or aid Bill will betaken fro, j! PLANTATION whereto U>e Lue Juca

"BY nT.T.-m & May next, S ction2l. Township 1, Range O.SJuth! rcundins country to hi. handsome and well "ur 1I 1--- -- - --- ___ ccn/io. and that _a hearicz be tid thtreoa at then i-L i Byrd t>rm rly TH\, in Lfo Cstr.ar It
BEOKAW selected
and Ea>t, or so much thereof Pure -xt term ot aid court : Erv
at will nin
pay and itif i > j i tock trFfll0"*/ja-l receavrd Sulphate Quinine. ortit ? 4"O acre. of vhico
frcm It Mice:
Maria u further Ordered ; )
"hnJ I That
Il'J.la14lUtt.I : T.llf:1o's double! Taxes publication hereof
be cleared
due and
the Stile and New York, Philadelphia, and New j are cad T rzhivatif On
-criLfrs tie
TilE *Dc4tie u MvKiid inform tbfir! Count\"o aloT.1tit= to 15 S4.beside-cot. and charCM. : ding Dr" Good of t riIJdecriplions'Orleans in'tl'--!' I TilE 'i'l have en hand two hundred and 'made in some newspaper published in Florida, for b a o lDi('rt.bl frame IhitJEn? Hocfe prwni
ounce of Sui! viifc
; amort which hateof the de.,
Said Lands ,< Quinine which and time ot three
.J :r ri'S aa: the' r.u.lic: in general are situated in the said County of wiilbe and Ladie L>rr -, <;''iod in Kieat of have obtained direct trom they space months ce..a7 OCt l..tt .. Tl.i. I'bn tino
2 'hat they ali f\ei\ Jetfcrssa, and kcow as the Barbour Hill I 1 variety ) manufacturers, and THOLTZELL, Jcdge. adtazitaes.a.u f-'I
n Urre Tract. tUe aid .
; a rjpply and lar many n tbe
a l will adjoin
price .ea )rl merit of Goo.1! freniltmer. they warrant it to Be -superior article. A true Attest pnjH 'OO .TJm
01 Carriages a-id Uttie,, \ bich thevotffr JOHN WOOTEN, .. copy- tbe rantre iivtry ..! I f.
for izie; Tax Collector near ; llotitry GOtfl. S-e. ; I}<*tt\j We have nLr ed our stock of Drugs and 3Iedi- C L. CAHHCTH Clerk. $? a.ae arid .. The Je1'
OB tie cit reiultEiLe terms. Per>on for Jefferson Countv. Shout Hat*. and cine p-.rtand Gennna PUnk R.od will
Cap ( bsrecIu
irottritt and i,
; .
arr 'al alt December rc..witLia41ob
JJquinr *
wI4.I1; 'o bJi are iUhtt" to call and exanice : Noverbcr2. 1-5:3 .0. IbaJt/'iao'lc are prepared to execute 21, J 1'i'). SO 3m (.atyar14ofthed'zeIhin.and
-- Clothtnzin great rantly of I orders for articles in I I tlmk '5U
tles. our line
.bir k. -- at wholesale 50 00 be
F!" ---- or retail
I' li>' 41 Jeffersoa County Tax Collector's Sale. i qualities, and price- ; Ne ro Kerseys, Lin }s, on the eot tccoinmodating tUC!. i' Middle Circuit. line or throcgh the wb/4 Irogti rf the Plantats;

T Y j French lied M&ckins'and Negro Blankets.: We have also few and when thi' Rtei w corapk-trd *lii is I
) a
virtue taJerc
ot account dne
Collector's anthr.nty vested in yet to us forth
Sale. roe by law I LEON
I shall i i11 '>f which will be d at sudh COUNTY-IN EQUITY. i tract to be ckce by the I
so 1S49. t of
J expose tel file before the Court Houw < prices, fir cah, year They are severally in small January 1832;1
B rirtue of (the power vested in me by Uw I ] lontlce1o! ,Jetrthon County, on the first door in I as cannot fail I to plea e the rar>st fa.t idinus. Purcha. but if the whole could be paid shortly, it would amounts Tallahassee Bail Rwd Company, Complainant j Plantatida oo the TrLole line of the Ruui wilt
hare levied upon, an.J "ill expose to ale.before I February n<-xt, the West i of Section Monday in I ser< are incited to call and examine his stock pretiom i. far towards udatingceil3in] surf which go C,. i it f'f fwenience, &e. It i* DOT odered fi r .1r.uta

the Court !lM-e dir, in the town of Ma tbe first Monday of June next, at the aal hours or so much there. is next dior to the Sentinel Irinlit June of Florida, Rurbult R Eel call (' J Char-ea
u olrale of a* will pay and si'isfy; W. H. ArmisteaJ's! I' Oce. ?, 15"iO. 2J ton, and Eijih White i-pb Eq TOO irill sbtnr tb'm the
ta the bgbe-t bidJ. the follow' Taxe : DeCCl er 21 Defendants. land. F
-r ins descri'.ied due the State and County, I3O. I) JT ttrms, tc, apply to me ai resifer
Laid, lyiaz aad beine. ia the C01ntof. Madison, sides co ts and charze Said ami'uuurj Lands ?are lo 5 3r:, be.j: Carriages, Buggies, Saddles, Harness, &c. IT appearinz from theanr atiansof: Complainant Fort StrEnbcrr. FIa. my
florida:tiz" situated in
: New Goods. --- --- Bill, which are verified
the said CouaM.' cf J ersD.: by afidivif that Defendant EElcJs.ML'Jan'ryIS.I1. BTED.
The S E i of teNEof Sec 2).T1R1
H, a* the properly of J. S. Patterson, ta pay the WOOTEN, OPENING carefully selected tock of 'c' .\ T hi Florida but resides in the State Georgia, that
Tax Collector kit Jefferson Uritania and Bright Metal ,' 1.-r CARRIAGE REPOSITORY ,I so
late* aai rotsdae on for tbe County. Ware .. be cannot be rereirwd bv jli't"enllate arrivals from Se't
ute : eried with
cars 2515 46 LAz:1; of
__November 2. I *). 3m. consisting ia part of Tea and Ccifee Pots ; H.lrtIdf Brick BaOdimr, c-tft-r process sabpceoa : J
47. ] French f.r
,_ 4-' .49. kad 51. ___ I 'T It is t. Ordered That Yeck.a1aleby C. C. BYRD.t a.
--- I Coffee FitT.rpr. ale three Ttrlpon Defendant
$. PitcJ>t re. f'in/llik dlj nf. tIc.rntqualitie ; splendid! frat ROCKAWA Elijah .
U.c.of lue .* W { 14 o-rc ,j, T i, n J, for CITY conox \VEIGHER. I ". Jelly Moulds, Glass- I/interns-- ------ -'H U' YS a 'snlcn'Iid lot of BUGIESwith White, plead, anwer, cr demur to this Bill on or !' ratmtn ,La..ne:5 Drts) Earegis,
taiei, iic. due froui Cake flf' 'i:L',,t.t 5 do do
IS45 to 1S-jlso.tM BJtE's'l I before the firt do PoILxuV
THE undersipied j PUBLIC COTTON WEIGHER !j Canniter, aaJ a variety of other article t .j four PEDLAR'SGGO ;. MIC Monday in April next, at the peril ,
.\ E. N E4 S c II, and W J N W 4 See the City' of Talahae. havingjut returned I theoSer for sale on reasonable which Rockau-ay, with harness which 'JIJ&l1-JJ3Io! of having said Bill taken for confessed, and a* to With a varittr- vf tljr Sffk fi*eire>i
12.1' I. B 9, N ai 4 E pa-portia to belon from the North j Lo.IJ him set do-vn for -ALSO--
to J. J. with Also hearing ex Profiled
; lieo pair of Sezltt manufae-| on hand a full and extensive stock rerv. lu-v. parle: Thata
U nrood. (or la .dllf' ,.ren I lr* !a 1-15 to ISZs) lured, alud071,1 certified ly the Intpeelor ;1 Ware of every description, of Tin -ALSO copy cf this Order be published for four months, Ii 0 A No 2 Pl.-crfie*. 4rt A No 1, do,

THOMAS M. ANDERSON, Seaftt and irnz\tt of the ."he York Cu. oj \ good wcrVintn.anJ at fair manufactured by nrc week consecutive3v! in one of the newspapers luo A No 1 and 2 P" cdi P &t.
rS"affit'J .nd ex ocia Tax Col. Maii tom prices At tIe OLD STAND, Pl mix Dul1.i.1.- published in the of AL&O
Haute is
>u Co. no- prepared to rectived and ; i Lead Pipe, Sheer Lead, city Tallahaee. --
:overgleT 30 !v>J. 4 3 Gel Catcn! weigh any J Copper, Zinc, and Cistern SaJJtll. Pridle and THOMAS 5 tec3 Suj-Teroe Gce-hta Butter
bro-jght to this Market. lie will attend at I Pump fur sale. Tin Roo5n: Guttf rin Jo'j ,, !-, flf a ra- Jcd;e. "
; the Depot orzt I Work f ? Jrktv oftylc..*: Harnt** of all November 5, IiO. 10 Cheese,
place within executed
ny the limit* ol I the faithfnil* aad with tIe.-iipti..n-;
A. B. CLARKE, City at tketborte n-ttce. In conjunction; with the 'I T. despatch. Axel. Sj-no"". Hub all Franks. Canine Trim- A true copy from >.tir.utes! rf C- urt. 51.a. Laztira C.-.f" .

(FtUfEJl.LT CLA&CC tf.jAVING nLLOA! .) I Cotton weighing he h'.b a hrge sand in the rear of Setitemwr: 2 M* ,). 37 WhITE if'dOUCe. & CO. min. :- and! Sa.e Bu.in! ,: Tnr.k Carp liu?*, Vai-! OSCAR A. SYER>. Ckik 10 14t"d. ftTCU '..'"..

.J.., portbad the ntcrwt Gf )Ir. Messri. KIRKSEYand WILLIAMS' STORES here I -<. .Uic_ jeitr with all other articles re jcrud M. A. LONG Solicitor! for Comp'alnant.; Irt Extra FaaJly Fr.BirdSkt.

ii Iran! In their cJ! b-jyie, can be I be will receive CO ITON FOR WEIGHING OR ON I in lii* IIIIH. November 9. ;JVv p. .$-$ .frn 12 b r N. 5. and 7 ,
__IL f"a4 their STORAGE. The N. li pairi'c dnw urh 24 drum Frt h Fir
at old sta'id on M )nroe s'reet I subscriber' Mtict attention and > indebted tie-patch .
'b er4 be \\1!' receive ii I few d.\\, from New York experience; for the tat three year* at the Depot ., ALL 'perf n lte to the f tate or Jarws A. XII iTfmb.r23. I"; '. 46 tf Jefferson Circuit court.IN =- lwnT.r UTK-U- -\
ot Leon
oae of t"e a-*t complete' a* oftrjer ts o( Jtendytiije will, he bnp s, brin bim the ca.ton of the Planter County, d' f'a-t"ll. alt CHANCERY.Lillfor J.arfl2a.ry I'. 1!::1. 2 tf
re1u.s1edtomak i>i>>c.ent to th,- uder.iZJE-d; Southern: Mttzal
dtfttiinf o.nl \rid Merchant : and Life Insurance
: GtnUemn't O3ke ,
J'anry Good generally. in the Company
cf and
rear Mr those basin demands Injunction Ditlrilttfion.Electors .
? the
ever off-red this Kirtuey's i t sinie, are ereby o i Louisiana.HAVING Notice.
in nmfctt. Alto, a jeieral aisnrtzaeat store, where eabscnber may be found I notified to .
at then
of FffntA, };"gli, anm- cf William Goodman. Conplainanl, THE undersigned? bavmj nace some new amnte-

Blade: anJ fanry Dott int onJ Catnmtrt, Klatkanf CHARLES A. Aslf. pa>m-ct.'l. !I dc "''ai4 it uimevr-iary to I. F. BEARO Dasher. Sarah Water
PifUfieJ Sills. Satin Cathmrre Q-nlifit-d Executor. ijnfra will ?, Green R. Slater, Margaret J ebr. d fo call and srtll
and I'tlrel City Cotton December :H-e :1.o1n.IIr th. mutual insurance up In future lewilll
21: ), l-; I. Frances >lafer Jane
''tlti,;., which be j is prepared to nanufacfare at i Septber21,1O._37 It ill sr f-riiirijde. wc .ld respectfully flKit the cntuideratiiin E M. Slater,John G. Slter.Elizabeth :atf'r. Harriet no D'-ok*. bat sell hi* roods excto ivery for cash l ,

the ta1eet notice and in the rot approved ttll" .'f tlit ciiirtc* of TAllaljae! awl vicinity. Any infirnuti John Goo oaa'd Wrilian! Sh'er. 1! produce, and by so dci& le will be able to *Uu&

The community seaerally are rwpectiuily re
ta call aai exararti* tuy slncV before parcha else- rpHE :rn of Na b it Taylor is this day dissolved j THE ubcriber haiinz taken out l letters r.f Ad. i-tb-criUT. S. S. KNIG lIT. IT appearing; lo the satisfaction cf this C\ I and requesUhis old C11-r meTI nod others a'isbi'

where. Tallahassee October 12, 1S"J.4r) X by mutual consent. Those indebted will do us <.n on the otate of Thrmas Cowatt, Nuve-mU-r n'). l>vVX 47 tf i J. affidavit made in Ibis CIJ"f'.lha' the lt. by !1nsoatment buy Ilw. 10 :\"e him a call. He hail'1Jt taadas td

the pleasure lo settle as soon a< possible.M. late of HilUborouzh Cunntt d rea-etl, hereby pie -- -- ,hnl .wilb the aid Delen- cf Shoe. Hat*. Caw. Blanket! *,CoIIOII

Cash Advances. I. i.ASI1. notice to aUper.tII; hai ir.; claims a;ain:t idjouie C. C. BYRD & CO., lenwood teside exception out ol the of State William Goodiran El- and Woollen Goods,ic., &c-, for Jamily and plalUo!
October 1, i5.). J. L. to present then to me itlin Tn. L make very iibfral adiance of Florida, beyond I ) lion B A
: Cottons
vn.ier Inoypjrs \erly the
rfel zri "<.' make liberal cab aJvair*> proj } juri-dictioa of this Court, i-ut in the United I
*hip3ieos of CollOJl carjri ned (hei.licatt-d, agreeable to law, ar they will be barrel .hppt.'l.l: in their liiemi in Ne.v York. Oct ly State : Jan-nrv.- 'Sol. 52 .AMO RJrH.\RD S
to J. L. -- ----- -
Scull wood. New Vcrk.SMALLtVOOD.. the The bines< hereafter will be conducted under of to make recovery immediate'; and all per. n-t indebted, will plcae CASH ADVANCES made Cottoa shipped // u therefore OrJt'f!, Tbatthesd Defendant*, Fanning1 -Inpleaests.VTORFOLK -- -.

GIBSON &. HARRIS. .hart'firm of NASH it CO who respectfully solicit f'a JOSEPH" ellt. xNetsun.New York by Erza Dasher! Sarah Water*. Green R SUlrr. Marzaret N o. f Tomes Plows. BuziarfS '
Q i November a or the patronage of the citizens IOORE.dm'r.. October ly, l Frances Slater Jane :
2,1')1)13 Elizabeth
= 41
4ra They generally. Tarapa Fay. Decer.Str 21,1 F. 11. FLAGG. Slater. Harriet 1&lli..(2T**, \xe.. H." SpaiJes. FakiA FtC :.
expect to band "Vj. V 5t E
keeji on -- M. Slater John
; a general ---- --- ---- G.
assortment __ ----- William S.'aUr: arid Tii-tt2ers.
of f Good .\IeJmntt __ 0 L9. j I Stra-arcun js.ILddnalk EOT 3E2A
Ready-made Clothing and Saddlery., and scch other articles as are Strayed .onn t1. WU. and : 'Ju1i. appt'ar a.u a\\ .r tb" : Wazeer's Jad and&tmttEth
generally! kept in their line ol Notice.IX Bill of : Trac Lnc. Fifth
TUST receucd ;per Bark Mora from New York a October 5. !'. /'>. 39 busmesj. I T'R0M; 1 tie suiwcriber at Ockloclconeel months from Complairt filed -:i this rau> within fur I C" : \\h.'t'U4lUTO'\\. CartwheeLs. WeBpn14

.J large rappiy ot litaJy-umde CtoMinarsd .S'oJ- NASH & CO. month aftEr date, I shall apply fo the HonO m Ba.bout he 23d or 2tfh :ember, deror the said the Bill date ot the publication .>t this Or '''I Jo.receiTed, and fi r sale le31c.NArGIIT

diery which are offered to the public on the most New Stoves. orable Jud/e of Probate' for the County of G.d.- a hnjit orr'l HORSE! 1S or J3 hand them.,1nd Mill be ukca fir cone.s.i1 against d OF.3I.ONeiu1 )

reasonable term HEIR ii RUST. JUST receiving from New York Cookin den for letters of final dismission a< Admin- white tush very tbin and spate, with lung leg, and a it i, y r/.Vr I ,.ft. \' 2N t,0. 51ID t _
?, Parlor in his Ordered That
irratrixcf the s.-.t face- information; publication of
October U, I SjI. 40' Air Tight Stores ot the estate of William McGriff, late of' be this
Order be
most made in
terns arid htest 'les. Call approved pat. Slid Couulv, deceased. tbankfiiliy rl"'t'in'J.f if rrquhed, suitably paid tot 'OC1f' newspaper published at $100 Reward.
and Examine TaIalias.:
them. S\R\If by the .u 'lIberat Quincv. ee t''Ce week tri the rare -f four nonths.
Notice.SIX T. WHITE & CO. 1fcGmrr.tm'x.. THOMAS BALTZELL ANA WAY on tbe 17th July ls.4iycec"
Srntem Q-incy, December 21 I.Vj 50 J. L. SHIELDS. Jud;f'. :e J-t
month from d.te.lbe und 'ff int"d. Executor l'r21. 1.V) 37 tf --- Cm December ", I 13O. 4SReceiving A I roe cony-Aite?', )i : man COOPER,about iS years c*l i ;
the la t will and testament? of Uz William!. THE TRUE HEDICINAL -- ---- -- --- C. G. FIFE, Clerk. -U.lncb.* hicb of black nanpleui ha very -

decea od, late of Gadsden County will apply to the Notice.LL from New York, November 9.1S30. 41 -Jra eyes, *.peai* *lowly. and has a car m the I ffc r(.-

Jude of Probate of said County,lot a final di charge COD LIVER OIL A persons indebtrd to the estate of John Coleman \ FULL sjrtment of Staple Goods and Groce-. (.f hiji ear*, cac- rtg it to terminate in s0 3
cad u-lflcnjer.t up frora said estate. USCHJL in the cure ot Scrofula, Consumption dect-a cd, late of Madi!'n County Mill -TX tlh. con >ting in part cf I In Chancery. cia jn4nt I will pay tie above reward w

SAMUEL WOODBURY. EI utlr. >umatism.Asthma,Bronchilis.Cougln ., 11I1-Iot1! inAe pa>moonC. and a!| pei ons tiaiiii! de- Bronn Shirtings and Sheeting IN JEFFERSON CIRCUIT COURT. livery to me in Mt bdel: if taken out of the ***&
: G.dcden County September 21. 1>SO. 376m and alldi ei!e* of the Chest and Lungs. A euppl o against aid estate, will please prrer.t then, JHeaehed: do. Jo. Calicoes, LIU far Partition and Mttr'Auiitm fifty"dollar* He f ks committal to any jail fr1"0 T 7
of( this valuable medicine is just received legally' attested to the administrator. Wood and Willow Ware. f Elate I can get loim.n .Witi< il ?i5 vriU oe 1-*
Notice. i warranted pure and of vcrv superior qualitr. is ,. VANS R.1NDELL. Wooden Bucket and Tub, Alocandt-r Scottdnriuiorrv'iF of Aanc R C. Seott, pn--f 1. COCt"icrion of Lk Iing lw-btnJ by.zJ!,hi'r.

!X month For sale by LEWIS December2t.lSu). 50 St Fancy and Common d.d. '
*after date the undersigned. Administrators & A. IE.' Soap.
S of the late Robert .Fisher will May 2$, 1S50. 20 Tallahassee Fla. I Speim Adatnan'ine Candles r. I L T. WOODRtffMe.biie.
pr seat Salt. I r>avid :E. M. S<"tt, and othcr
their fnal l account and ioucherstotbeuudgeG( Leon ISrown and Loaf Suzar, > Jar.ntn'. 5. 1-51. 3 n

Probate Court and UK for a discharge from said csR. Sight Exchange 2000 u-UL* TurkV Maud Salt (." ,,To J y Nails Spanish CigJi' a verinV"
Rio Laguira and by a< Java !
( Cot
.at e. NEW YORK MrNAUGHT A OIJ3IOND. (e. J.uirammt. Fresh ArrivalAT

., W. FISHER ) ON sale, in sums, to SAVANNAH suit, by !, and MACON Ne9Nrt,1)'c.1$.;(,. 51 t.: Ou I.audsupply ol Kentucky Hazginz and Bale State that Dffendint*.f Florwla,, E.lust M.La So tIed tt, tinnot fe in the I THE NEW AND CHEAP CASH STORE I 1'E

\\ F:. FlSHER,5A THOMAS J. PERKINS, l.ali, 'c. out of the United State: &, TJlda...... (TOI1I"tar r1
July 2'.Ict'1. 2 s 2H! October 12, 1SW. 40 Notice. I JOHN \Hlo"1' T.. :. ..1- __ .0 _
-- Agent Marine Bank. Ortnt-r :. $I-V). 3JNotice. A i* /*-irjvirsJwr'i, t hat the xuu i/a,Ul r* )i. 69: BRLS. surierae Flour: 17 half U)**\ !I
Notice. ALL persons creditors legatees entitled to dis Scott appear and an.-tver. plead! .! bM. d.U!
lETNA INSURANCE or vther\\i or emur to aid Fill I Green .Appk 19 u. link P
cqx months after dale.I he undersized will make COMPANY, of Aaron R. C. Scott late&' laten-sted in the oeUle ou vr befure tIle first Marklain June nest if the I bU Onx'fk. 5 e&.b Cl. r Side Bao. 4 ltk Jl .

.-:: application to the Court of Probate of Ion' HARTFORD CONNECTICUT. rid, deceased, ate hereby of notified JefTeison County, Flo i' SIX month after date, I shall make application paine will be taken fr \icfiWtl a* to him. and set anti Prime Pork 48 bxixe- Cbee-a, :Si k fr-n I t

County (or letters of dismitaion as admini.(raorof( LJ T3UILDINGS, Stock, aud Cotton in Ware-house claims and demands within to exhibit their I the Honorable Judzeof, Prolate and (or I be down fur heariiur ex p-irtf: Prvritled That tht Order >hen Butter 24 Istr prime PJ- '&' IJ k' lI
insured against by fire. two )cats flora this date County Jcffer>on,for letters of dismission and d.scharge ; bepubb.-bedf..e four month* in Lard :. Drk-J
the estate ol Joseph W. tea, '' &l. to tbeundeisgi.edcr the wiil w-ivkly tll *-new I Ora.n" S box Lemon.
same be barred
JOHN kDOUGALL Adm'r. LEWIS & AMES all persons indebted ; and as Executor of the lat w Hi and testament of paper pcbli-hed in Tallahajee pnur to said first Mt 11- rant, AhrwoeU, Cranberries Drwd Harff .clc1RL
January 26, 1S50. 3 to said deceased, are requested Ebenezer 1'oUom, late of said County, deceased day m June.Janua.rc Not
Tallahassee. 1 and 2ia
November 2, 1S5D.' 43 '>m to make immediate pament.ALEXANDER. All herein barrels quarU barrels aff\.Cf
persons interested ale hereby notified ac- 6th 1S5I. dk and &. In Store aad sale *t *"

Bagging & Bale Rope. Blacksmithing. JefTtrion Coontv., January 11.155t.SCOTT i-, AdmV.3m--- cordingly.Jefferson County, December HARDY 7, lSO. MOORE.45 6 ia A true copy THOMAS: BALTZELL Judge. J. c D.,13. ,

Bales Ounnv Ba ffing '"PHE January 25,1S51. 2 [
1 f undersigned rt'1lpeclfullyincrms To C. G. FIFE Clerk. "

JLO 20 ps. Sea IhlaaJ d v5U .. X the public generally that, hiring. Planters. Notice. January 13.1851. 2 4m '

Kentucky d v, -. Employed supenor Hore. Shoe, he is I T HE undersigned have just received their Fall months after date I shall apply to the Notice.SIX .

fiO Coili n./lpl'"A.r tWo bvMcXAUGItT now prepared to execute ail work in that line in a supply of Plantation Goods, hich they offer SIX( Probate for Gadiden County for a final Judge Notice. months from Ibis date. I shall apply I

Jk OR IOXD. superior manner, and on usual terms. lor sale on accommodating terms consisting in part ment and discbargefrrina the settle of Probate of Gadsden County I,or let:11
of months
after '
Kcwpnrt, D. 2S, 1S50. 51 tt F" PAYNE. of the following; deceased. E. S. Hardy Shepard SIX date the undersized Administra- of dismfssion from the ministration lbS
I SHEPARD. Adm'r. of the estate of Walter
June 29. JSSO. 25 Blanld-London, DufEl, Mackinaw R Bhickburn.will pie of John B. Dun
1 tf a fid Grey. I Gadsden County, January 11 final ,
Plains-all wool and heavy. 18)1. 1 em sent hid account and Touchers to the Judge of Pro 31. A. DURR, AdmiartraUGadsden .

Notice. Kerteyi-Washington, striped and Goorgia. P. bate of JemVrson County, and ask for a discharge from County, January l!?, 1S51. 2 681 :
Notice. said
jn;conartncn-hip wlicli) has existed under the name Untey-fancy plaids and plain colon. LEWIS, tLte.ELIAS Ii

I. and linn uf BULL & PRATORIUS, is this day ALL persons indebted to the estate of Alexander Cotton osnabu *,browD shining, prints, funds Local Dentist Tah1ahamt------.. -V1ni4to.--.- LASTING Notice. ...

Olv",1 by mutual cotHenit AllJ'f'II(1ft'indebted to late of the Crunty of HilUborough, in handkerchiefs,shawls, negro caps and wool hats.aDd ROOMS in the new building immedi- FeLruarv. 1.. 1851. .1. ,"AU_ creditors and legatees and reNCnJ *

the_t>ove finn will plea o call with J. IL the State of Florida, deceased are desired to make a large stock of rusctts. HEIR fc RUST. ( East of the Fist Office, where ALL out (the estate of Osew JS J

BulL who will atUaid to the ec'ttk-nietrt of the concern. I I immediate I payment of the same to the undersigned i October 26, 1*>50. 42 he will be found unless profeMioDally Notice. deceased of Gadsulen County, are bdTb! "
J. It E*t'culo. of said estate. All engaged. t LI, persons indebted to the estate of att"
nuu. personsswetaIso September barrnt
7, 1& o. 35 L1. Benjamin that their claims and demands will be ,
J. PRETORIUS the heirs and legatees named in the last will and tes Notice. Thompson late of Gadvlen County decea.ed, expiration two years (rom the date 'bt .
No 'mbPr 19. 1&)0. 46 lament of said deceased having claims months after I are hcrc1Jrtqucstefl! to come ( 'nrk ti.r
against tbe SIX dateapplication! be made to Notice. forward and make im the same be exhibited to I lie subscri'
r -- ___ said estate, are requested to present (the same lo the Honorable Jndge of Probate of Jeflerron mediate payment to the .nb iiber; and all persons time aDd all having any dC'I' '
To Planters. caid Executors within; two year from (he date here County by the undersigned. Administrator of George A Bank of Florida the' Stockholders of the Union having demands either creditors or distributees,agaiwt: the said estate are persons also notified loseltltment prtJdt ttID lIt

hvrfiM tMico paid I for COTTOX and TO. of, or this not ice will bo plead in bar of any such Ellis, decesed, bttt of said Coioty, for discharge House in tire City ot will be hdd'altbf' Banking raid estate are hereby notified to present them within without delay.

CUE ), fli all tinm !hl J. a D.\YIS.Ta1LJwr claim THOMAS P. KENNEDY. from said administratorship. 3d day of February (or Tallahassee the election Monday, the toe time prta>citbud by lair, or their payment will be OIVEN nllTAir.JAMES .
t'l', Dec. :I, 1O. 50 ELLEN MARTIN CHARLES L. POXVELL. I1Y. ol Directors. fILLT.t.

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