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 8, 1851
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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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, discharged from paving into the Treasury the fines assessed at the battery in five different cases, and gave bonds for his appearanceat CHAPTER 460.-[Xo. 149.] .

Fall Tcrm,1817 of tIn Circuit Court of said County, agaist John the ensuing term of the Court with Wm. E. Kilcrcase and
Passed at the Fifth Session of the General Assembly, AN ACT to give certain privilej to John W. Lowe, Guardian, for the minor
U. Hardin, amounting to one hundred and fifty-five dollars, it appearing Robert L. Edmonds as his securities in four of the cases, in the children of Hemando Lowe, deceased.

1850-1. l that said Hardin was entirely insolvent, and that he escaped sum of one hundred dollars in each case, and Joseph Austin and .
-w.- ,-,,-- ----- from custody without any fault on the part of said Ledwith: Pro Thomas D. Wilson was the security of the said Fowler in one SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Represent* .
atires of the Slate of Florida in General
CHAPTER: 433.-[No. 121.] riled'I'lrat nothing herein contained, shall be so construed as to case, for the sum of filly dollars each: And whereas, The said ASrmblconmuxl, That 'i
John \1'. Lowe Guardian of and
release said Hardin from said fines. Fowler has since absconded from the State, and the said Kil- Philip Mary Jane Lowe, minor
fifth General
fur the of the
ftpprojimtions expenses Assembly, of Hernando Lowe be
maling deceased and he
,*?v ICT and for olber purjioses.appropriated SEC. 2. Be it further enacted'Ffint the Comptroller be, and he crease, Edmonds,Austin and Wilson] are held liable to pay said is hereby author-

I. Br if marled by the Senate and lOllI1C of 1l'7lrr.I1rn.ai is hereby authorized and required to issue his warrant upon the bonds : And whereas, It is considered that the joint amount of ized to hire out privately the negro servants I belonging to said minor
children and make such return of his and
CJcTIO fr.orwa in Grnrral .hsrmbl.fJ rOlll'Cnrd That Treasury in favor of said Thomas Ledwith, for the sum of eighty- the bonds are excessive, and the flight of the said Fowler from acts doings to the Judge
of the of Probate of Columbia is Guar
i ) County,as now required by law: of
tliirs follwinn'; sums 11fin be paid out of! wJ monil'8 ill thc Trea&ur.r three dollars and thirty-three cents, being the amount which said the State is regarded as a sufficient satisfaction of the violated dians.
the to the named Ledwith has advanced to the Treasury, on account of the sail fines laws of the State : Therefore,
tt odr\vir following persons, to SEC. 2. Be it further enacted, That this act shall take effect from -
)) against said Hardin. SECTION 1. Be it enacted btl the Senate and House of Representatives and after its .
: passage.Passel
wIt RoWrt J. Ito}J, President of the Senate, mileage, 810-per [Parsed the House of Reprc.'I'ntntiT'cJanuary, 4, lR51. Passed the Senate, of the Staff of Florida in General Assembly convened, That
8183-totalWJ.: 1 : January 11, 18:11. Approved by the Governor, January 20, 151j four bonds of one hundred dollars each, executed in favor of the [ 16 the 1651.House of Representatives, January 11,1851. Passed the Senate
flan, January Approved by the Governor,January 23, 1861.]
I T o Hu Archer, Speaker of the House of Representatives Governor of Florida by John II. Fowler, Wm. E. Kilcrease and
E:2;: O-p'r n diem, w-1 r SJ-totn1: did" ctnGhent CHAPTER 412.-[No. 131.] Robert L. Edmonds, and one bond executed by said John II. Fowler

21.''oy'1 ph, .\u tin, nilenge, O:>.J-l'l'r- diem Ii:-: C"d-tof:1 1, 6189.0 AN ACT for the relief of JuJU T. llyrick. Joseph Austin and Thomas D. Wilson, for the sum of fifty dollars CHAPTER 401.-[Xo. 150.]

)1. .hery, Mileage, E j I-per diem, w 1 t\3-t otnl-$.37. SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and louse of Representatives each, payable] in the manner above described, to the Governorof ..A.ACT to authorize the Coley R. Stewart to sell and convey certain property of
infant heirs
John P. Baldwin, mill'ag, 8150-per diem, SISJ-totll: 8333. of the State of Florida in General Assembly convened, '1'hzt the State, conditioned for the appearance of the said John H. of James Stewart, deceased.

Robert Brown, l1Iilc:1ge, $a.S-per diell1, 81 t t"J-to13I" : G2 11. : the Treasurer of this State, be, and he is hereby authoriz- and required Fowler at the Fall Term, 1830, of the Circuit Court for Gadsden SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives .

> 1. C. Brown, niileigc, 869-per: diem, $18I-total, $22.; to pay to John T. Myrick, the sum of one hundred and seven County, to answer five several charges of assault and battery, be and of the State of Florida in General Assembly convened, That
Ozias HIlJJiliglon, milC:1gl817 iO-I'cr dkin,183-total, $230. ty-one dollars and eighty-seven cents. the same are hereby rvlea! cd, so far as relates to the said Kilcrease, Coley R. Stewart, widow of James Stewart, deceased, be, and the
Edmonds, Austin and Wilson, and and is hereby authorized and empowered to sell and to the Conn-
they are hereby discharged convey
Pawed the Senate
:-.0.. [Pavod the House of It.'prRcnMi'c'.January' 1C, 1851. ,
' Jolla L. Crawford: Milcae? wJ-p l!'> er diem, $1&1-fot:11-$188. January 18, 1851. Approved by the Governor, January 2 18)1.; ] acquitted from the payment of the same. ties of Leon and Gadsden, for public use, the interest of Lewis Luns.

J. J. riulcJ, mih'nge, 8J5-prr dil'm, $11-3-total:! 8HlS.Williun [PaHicdtheIIiiu.se of Representatives,January 8, 1851. Passed the Senate, ford Stewart, William R. Stewart and James Stewart, in the franchises .

: .\. Forward, mil 3ge, 55-l'er diem, 183-tota1, January 1$, 1851.: Approved by the Governor, January 23, 1851.] and privileges granted to James Stewart, by an act of the
CnAFTER 443.-[Xo. 132.] Legislative Council of the Territory of Florida, approved January

X39. mileage $30-per diem, 8109-total, 3139. AN ACT for the relief of Thomas K. Leonard Captain of the Mickasookie Cavaliers 20,1835, entitled "An act to authorize James Stewart to build a
John and 11 O. Warm deceised. CHAPTER 452.-[Xo. 141.]
Johnson 810 diem 8183 lolal 8100.uni4u !). bridge across the Ocklocknee River": Provided, how!rer, That it
: mileage, -pl'r j ,
Allen AN ACT relief of John IL Madison and William D.Branch
for the
\ !* 1 13. Maxwell, per diem, 8183. SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives shall first be made to appear, on petition filed for the purpose to the

V-ii :McMillan: mileage, 855-per diem, 818J-total, 8238. of the Slate of Florida in General Assembly convened, ThatThomas SECTION 1. Be it enacted by tJte Senate and House of Represent Judge of Probate of Leon County, that it will) be for the benefit of
Leonard of the Mickasookie Cavaliers and B. alires of the State Florida in General Assembly convened That the said heirs
Win P. MoM-ley, mileage, 813-per diem, 8183-total,$190.M. K. Captain of infant and all other persons interested therein, the said
) S. Perry, mileage, 835-|>er diem, 8183-total, $2Jt Waring, his. security, be, and are hereby released from the obligation John II. Madison and William D. Branch, be, and they are herebyrelieved Judge of Probate, may grant an order directing a sale of the said

Daniel J. Smith, mileage, 8'J5-per diem, 8183: -total, 8209. and obligations of a certain bond executed by them in 1816, I from the payment of a certain judgment rendered againstsaid franchise and privileges, and prescribe the terms on which the same
: diem total to the Governor of this State, for the forthcoming pistols, &c. Madison and Branch, as securities of one William Thompson, shall be sold.
George; Stewart, mileage, $13 40-per 8183- 822G-
[Passed the Home of Representatives, January 4,1851. Passed" the Senate, at the December tern1,1S50,of the Circuit Court for Marion County, [Passed the House; Representatives January 11851.: Passed the Senate,

40.William Pi. Taylor, mileage, 81 40-per diem, 8183-total, January 9, 1851. Approved by the Governor, January 20,1851.I ] and that said judgment )be and the same is hereby declared vacated. January 17;, 1851. Approved by the Governor, Januarv 23, 1851.]

40.Benjamin. [Passed the House<>f Representatives, December 17,1850. Passed the Senate,
$1S7 December 31, 1850.; Approved by the Governor, January 7, 1851.: ]
F. Allen, per diem, $183. CHAPTER 444.-[Xo. 133.] CHAPTER 462.-[Xo. 151.]

Walker Anderson, mileage, 850: -per diem, 81S3-total, 8233. AN ACT for the relief of Mary A. Hardee and David Platt. AN ACT to authorize Julia Ann Fennell'to !sell certain Real Estate belonging to

Boiling Baker, mileage) 84 40-per diem, 8183-total, 8187 40. SECTION 1. lie it enacted by tine Senate and House of Representatives CHAPTER 453.-[Xo. 142.] the estate of Nicholas G. 1'ennelL deceased.

l\\ & Battle, mileage, 85; -per diem, 8183-total, B 18S. of the State of Florida in General Assembly convened, That AN ACT f>r the relief of Ahucr D. JoLnson. SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of RcpresentO'

A. T. BouiH'tt, mileage, 840-per diem, 8183: -total, 8223. the Treasurer be and he is hereby required to pay to the order of SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of.Repre, en.taircs tires of the Slate of Florida in General Assembly convened, That

K. D. Bradley, mileage, 801-per diem, 8183-total, 8211.: :Mary A. Hardee aud David Platt the sum of thirty dollars each, I of the State of Florida in General Assembly convened, That Julia Ann Fennel! be and she is hereby authorized and empoweredto

John Brett, mileage, 818-per diem, 8183: -total, $:.!OI. being the amount of State tax assessed and collected of them, ns the Comptroller be, and he is hereby authorized and required to refund sell and convey by deed the lands belonging to the estate of

A. H. IJrownrll 1, mileage, $30-per diem, 8183: -total, 8213. keepers of taverns at the town of Columbus, for the years 1811) and to Abner D. Johnson, by issuing a warrant in his favor: upon Nicholas G. Fennell, deceased, lying in Jefferson County, known
James Brown, mileage, 824: per diem-8183-total, 8207.James 1850. the Treasurer, for such amount as may have been paid by said Johnson and described as the E. \ of the N. E. i of section twenty-five, in I

W. Bryant, mileage, $13 CO-jter diem, 8183-total, [Passed the Senate, Dcccmlxr 14,1850. Parsed! the House of Representatives, on account of costs accrued against him in the case of the township three, north of range three, east, and the E. of the N.
E 1 Ci(j GO. December 19, 1850. Approved l hy the Governor, December 28, Ib5a] State vs. Johnson et. a'1., tried December term, 1819. ,,'. :i i:, the W. of the X. W. |, and the E. i of the S. W. $, all in

Miles 0. Burnham, inilcnge, 8140-per diem, 183-total, [Pasted the House of Representatives, January, 1851. Passed the Senate, section thirty, township three, north of range five, east : Prodded,

3.3.. CHAPTER 415.-[Xo. 134.] January 18, 1t51. Approved by the Governor, January :23, 1851.] That the Judge of Probate of said County of Jefferson, upon a petition -

William S. Dilworth, mileage, 86-per diem, 8183-total, $HID. AN ACT for the relief of George-31. Hamilton. to him for that purpose, shall be satisfied that the sale and conveyance
G. W. }Ferguson, mileage, 8150-per' diem, 803-total, 82-13. of said land is most for the benefit of the heirs of the said
SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives CHAPTER 454.-[Xo. 143.]
Jolm Finlavson, mileage, 88 40-per diem, 8183-total, 8101- Nicholas G. Fennell, deceased, and shall: make an order granting to
40. of the Stale of Florida in General Assembly convened, That AN ACT for the relief of Angel LopezSECTION said Julia Ann Fennell permission to sell and convey said lands:

James Geiger, mileage( 813-per diem, 8183-total, 8220. the sum of twelve dollars be paid to George 31. Hamilton out of 1. Belt enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives And prodded further, That the said Judge of Probate shall also direct .

George 1;. II awes, mileage, $101-per diem, 8183-total, 8284. any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, the same of the Slate of Florida in General Assembly convened, That. that the proceeds of the sale of said land be invested in sucha

Benjamin; Hopkins, mileage, 801-per diem, 8163-total, 8247. being the amount of overplus of taxes paid by said Hamilton, by Angel[Lopez be, and he is hereby, relieved from the payment of the manner as shall be most beneficial to such heirs.

James S. Jones, mileage, $28--per diem, 8163-total, 8211. mistake, to the Tax Collector of Santa Rosa County. costs and the judgment therefor, in the, case of an indictment assault [Passed the House of Representatives,January 18, 1851. Passed! the Senate,

John W. Jones, mileage, 828-per diem, 8183-total, $:.!1J. [Pasted the Senate, December 7,1850.: Passed the House of Representative?, and battery against William Walsh, in Monroe County, and January O, 1851. Approved by the Governor/January :3, 1851.]
Daniel L Kenan, mileage, $t 40-per diem, 8183-total, December 14, 1650. Approved by the Governor, December 23, Ib50.] that the costs in said case be paid out of the Treasury of this State,

$187 40.W'illiani. i as in other cases. CHAPTER 463.-[Xo. 152V])
Kflcrease, mileage, 85;'-per diem, 8183-total, CHAPTER 440.-[Xo. 135.] SEC. 2. Be it further enacted, That in the event the amount of
been the said the said AN ACT in relation to certain Real Estate to the Estate of Albert C.
61S AN ACT for the relief of Nathaniel P. Marion. said costs has paid by Lopez, to Sheriff of belonging
Thomas 81 5 diem, 8183-total $19S. County of Monroe, the Comptroller is hereby authorized and required McBride, Deceased.
/ Langford, mileage, -per SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives
:X. A. Long, mileage, 815-per diem, $1 -total, $HlS. of! the State of Florida in General Assembly convened, That to draw his warrant on the Treasury for the amount so paid. SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Represent.

Luke Lott, mileage, 814 40-per diem, 8163-total, $W7 40. the Comptroller of i'ublic Accounts be and he is hereby required to [1'ai\"Cd! the Senate, December 28, 185' Passed the House of Represcnta- olives of the Stale of Florida in General Assembly convened, Thatit
James T. !Magbee\ mileage, 800-per diem, 8183-total, 8252. issue Warrant upon the Treasury in favor\atItmieII'.l\Iarion, tin:.!, January 3, 1851. Approved by the Governor, January 7, 1651.] shall be lawful for the Judge of the Circuit Court of the Middle

Solomon E. Mathers!!!, mileage, 82 60-per diem, 8183-total, for twenty-five dollars, which amount was paid by the said Marionto Circuit of Florida, in his capacity as Chancellor, and he is hereby

$155 SO.William. the Sheriff of Hamilton County for lands illegally sold for taxes, CHAPTER 455.-[Xo. 144.] fully authorized and empowered, in said capacity, to order and decree -
Maxwell: mileage, 800 60- diem, 8183-total, into the the sale of certain real estate belonging to the estate of AlbertC.
per and paid by the Sheriff Treasury. AN ACT for the relief of the heirs of J. Underwood.
513 SO. McBride, deceased, late a citizen of Florida, and resident of the
[Passed! the Senate December 19, 1850. Passed the House of Representatives SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives
Il'illiamI'. McCall, mileage, 8150-per diem, 8183-total, December 24,1650. Approved by the Governor> 31,1650.] of the State of Florida in General Assembly conrened, That County Walfulla, and known as the Saw Mill, located on the St.
$333.Job:: Marks River, near the town of Newport, together with the lands
of hundred and dollars and
the sum one eighty-two eighty-five cents
: Milton, mileage, S15- deim, $183-total, SlOa appertenant thereto : Provided, That, upon petition to be filed by
per Xo.
CHAPTER 447.-[ 130.] be refunded to the heirs ot J. Underwood, the same being the amountof
the legal representative of the said estate it shall be made satisfac
James: Plumtnpr, mileage, 81S-p diem, 8183 J -total, 8231. ,
AN ACT for the relief Nathaniel P. 15cmK: taxes paid for several inclusive to 18-10,1110 said taxes
years up
John : total torily to to the said Chancellor that it will be for the benefitof
Scott, mileage) 810- diem, 8183- 8223.Kicliard appear
}per SECTION. Be it enacted by the Senate and Hou\e having been erroneously assessed, and under misapprehension paidto
of Representatives
A. Shimj diem, 8163.: the estate to grant such order and decree: And provided further,
j 11'r tf the Stale of Florida in General Assembly convened, That the Tax Collector of Nassau County. That said shall of the said
John G. Smith, mileage, 820- diem, 8183-total, 8 03. Judge require legal Representative such
per bo and he is authorized and Plt."l l the Senate. December 17, 1850. Passed the House of -
the Comptroller hereby required} to receive [ ReprasentatirtM bond he deem sufficient conditioned for the
as applica-
John .
B. Siandk-v) mileage, 835;: diem, 81S3: -total, $218.Augu&tus may proper
Steele,"mileage, 818 40-per per diem, 8183-total, $:31. from X. P. Bemis, Territorial Treasury Warrant, Xo. 158! furfi.c December 23, 18)1); Approved by the Governor, December 31, 1850.] cation of the proceeds of said sale.

40. hundred and twenty-five dollars, issued by John Miller, and SEC. 2. Be it further enacted, That any sale so to be made as

Joblma Taylor, mileage, $5 CO-per diem. 8191-total, 8168CO. dated December 21, 1843, which said Warrant shall be taken as CHAPTER 45G.-[Xo. 145.] aforesaid, in conformity to the order and decree of the said Chan
payment pro taulo of the judgment and 'costs against said Bemis, AN ACT for the relief of die heirs of Jacob Bryan. cellor, shall he effectual to pass to thc purchaser of the said premisesall
obtained at the last Term of tile Supreme Court, in behalf of the the right, title and interest which the said Albert C. McBride
Stephen Tn-ner, mileage 827-per diem, 8183-total, 8210. SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives
State of Florida, for the sum of four hundred and eighty dollars : had in and to the same at the time of his decease.
B. Wardlaw++, mileage, 812-per diem, 8163-lotal, $Hj. of the State of Florida in General Assembly convened, Thatth
John Wilkinson, mileage, 850-per diem, 8183-total, 233. ProrideeJwlrcrcr, That the said Bemis shall also pay to said State of Florida] shall, and hereby does release to the heirs of [Passed the House of liepresentativea, January 11, 1851. Passed the Senate,

NcOcWiereon, Secretary of the Senate, j per diem, 8305. Comptroller any balance that may be duo over and above the Jacob llr.ranI:1.to. of Duval County, deceased, all the right, title and January 21, 1851. Approved by the Governor,January 23, 1851.]

A. A. Stewart, Assistant! Secretary, per diem, 8:! U. amount of said Warrant on account of said judgment and tile costs interest of said State in and to the negro slaves of said Bryan heretofore .

John B. Linn, Enrolling and Engrossing Clerk, per diem, thereupon.SEC. manumitted by him. CHAPTER 4C4.-[Xo. 153.] :
624tJohn 2. Be further enacted, That the Comptroller, upon the receipt Be it enacted That the said heirs of the said
SEC. further Bry AN ACT to permit George W.Andrews to practice Medicine in the County of
Daffin, Sergeant-at-Arms and Assistant Clerk, 8211. of said Warrant and any balance that may due, hall inform an, shall succeed to all the rights; and interest in and to said slavesas Hernando.

Luther I' \1'rede, Doorkeeper for Senate, per diem, $183. the Attorney General of the fact, and thereupon it shall be the dutyof if tile said State of Florida never had any claim to the same. SECTION 1. Be it enacted.by the Senate and House of Representatives -
General to satisfaction of said
l Isaac WE'1ch, Messenger of Senate, per diem, $211.V the Attorney cause judgment to [Passed the House of Representatives December 16, 1850. Passed the Senate, of the State of Florida in General Assembly convened, That
and the said Bemis bhall
: II. Milton, Chief Clerk House of JtePrescrtatives, per diem, be entered in said cause, thereafter be released December 1'J, 1850. Approved by the Governor, December 24, 1850.] George W. Andrews, of tile County of Hernando, h hereby invested
from further liability on account of said
as as
with the privilege of practicing Medicine in said County of Her.

U. X. Corley, Assistant Clerk, per diem, $214.oxrtL if the same had never been rendered. CHAPTER 457.-[Xo. 146.] nando, and that: the said George W. Andrews, is hereby authorizedand
\ Clerk diem [Passed! the Senate, January 20, 1851. Passed the House of Representatives,
Gibson, Enrolling and Engrosting per empowered to sue for and collect amounts that hereafter
of in the any may
to refund taxes
e January 23, 1&a. Approved by the Governor, January 24,1851.JCHAPTER AN ACT paid by sundry persons Hillsborough County,
become due to him such the other
year 1849. as practitioner, same as any
H., II. Floyd, Assistant Clerk, per diem, 81CO.a. ; SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives person legally licensed to practice in this State.

B. Bammton, :Messenger and Doorkeeper, per diem, 8211. 418.-[Xo. 137.] of! the Slate of Florida in General Assembly convened, That [Passed the Senate January 7, 1851. Passed the House of Representative. ,
J- .1. Holder, :Sergeant:; Arms, per diem, $183. AN ACT for the relief of Lawrence FarrelL the Comptroller of Public Accounts is authorized and required to January 13, 1851. Approved by the Goremor,January 22,1851.JCHAPTER ,

Jesse W.\ Hume, for services as Chaplain to the House of Representatives SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives audit, and the Treasurer to pay, Uriah Braswell, two dollars and

(; 850. of the State of Florida in General Assembly convened, That twenty-five cents, John Hamilton, Junior, ninety-five cents, James 465.-[Xo. 154.] _
To eo pe: W. Pratt, for services as Chaplain to the Senate, 850. the Comptroller of Public Accounts be and he is hereby authored Hamilton, seventy-five cents, John Hamilton, Senior, seventeen dollars AN ACT for the relief of Celestino Gonzalez.

Joseph' Clisby and Hilton & Dvke, for 1 printing the daily blips, to audit and allow the account of Lawrence Farrell, for the sum of and eighty-five cents, and A. II. Jones, three dollars and sixty SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House
miscellaneous matter, and Journals of the House md Senate, such five hundred aud thirty-t'.vo dollars, and to issue his Warrant on the cents, being taxes over-paid upon cattle of non-residents. of the State of Florida in General Assembly convened, That

the amount rates as bhall he allowed by the Comptroller, in accordance with Treasury for the payment of the same. [Passed the House of Representatives, January 16, 1851. Passed the Senate, from and after ths passage of this act, Celestino Gonzalez, of the

Jo established: by the present General Assembly. [Passed the House of Representatives January 4, 1651. Passed the Senate, January 18, 1451. Approved by the Governor, January 23, 18:11.] city of Pensacola, shall be and he is hereby authorized to take
Thomas Hayward for sundry articles furnished", and used forfitting the Governor
January 11,1851. Approved by January 20, 1851.]
charge of hh own property, make contracts, sue and be sued, the
the ; 27.
up Halls of the, Senate and House, 8280
CHAPTER 458.-No. 147.] if he of the of
Thomas same as were age twentyone years.
J. Itawlt for work, $10.
Jo Carpenter CHAPTER 449. [Xo. 139.
Hotton & Higgg, for chairs, Ac., 832 25. AN ACT for tIle benefit of Dr. Thomas IL Palmer and Drs. Taylor and Pal- [Passed the House of Representatives,January 16,1851. Passed the Senate,
Io Butler AN ACT for the relief of J. L. Wyman. mer. January 17, 18: l. Approved by the Governor,January 23,1851.
62'F0 :
} i: Dcnharn: for candles, &.c., 820
Towle S M Jens, for stab'oner}, 8-1: SECTION 1. Be it.enacted by the Senate and House of! Representatives SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Represent

+0 James tirrkse J, for sundries, 860 59. of the Slate of Florida in General Assembly convened, That atires of the Slate of Florida in General Assembly convened, That CHAPTER466..-[No. 155.]
T. \ the Comptroller of Public Accounts be and he is hereby authorizedand be and he is instructed audit and allow
\ to
Jute 45. Comptroller
A Co., for lam ss, &c., SG the hereby B.Davis
1 AJ.ACT to empower Henry a minor, to assume the management cfUs
fo 1'm Wilron 6.: Co., for stationery, &c.f $215 !)S. I required to audit and allow to J. L. .rman twenty-six dollars the account of Dr. Thomas 1\!. Palmer, of Jefferson County, for the own estate.

To Barnard Ellis, for services as Clrk in the Comptroller's Office and twenty-eight cents, on account of balance for advertising in the gum of thirty dollars, for post mortem examination of the body of
during the Session Commercial Advertiser," notice forsalo of lands in Calhoun County John Stafford. SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives

:To Jatncs II. Bull, for, same 156. 856. for taxes. SEC. 2. Be it further enacted, That the Comptroller be, and he of the State of Florida in General Assembly contcnedt That
fo Pawed the Senate, December 30, 1850. Passed the Home of Henry B" Davis be and he is hereby authorized to.assume the man
George Damon, for gavel, 800 75.To [ Representatives is hereby instructed to audit, and allow the account of Drs. Taylorand
J. L. Groner, for repairing locks, 85 75. January 17, 18:11. Approved, by the Governor, January 23, 1851.; ] Palmer, of Jefferson County, for Medical and Surgical services agement of his own estate, and that the letters of guardianshipwhich

1'or the contingent expenses of the State Government to be set rendered to Redding Evans, a prisoner in the Jail of Jefferson County may revoked have been issued in his behalf be, and the same are

apart as a Contingent Fund, subject to the order of the Governor, CHAPTER 450.-[Xo. 139.] for the sum bf one hundred dollars. hereby,
SEC. 2. Be it further enacted That: all contracts hereafter entered
and< to 1 he his certificate for the fiscal ending Passed the House of December 21, 1P50. Passed the Senate -
paid out year Representatives,
upon AN ACT for the relief of Doctors Franklin Hart and J.T. Rascoe. into, and all other acts of whatever kind, done and performed by
ails October, 1851, 85,000; January 8, 1851. Approved by the Governor, January, lS I.]]
for the fiscal year ending 31st October, 1852, S5OOO-total, SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives the said Henry B Davis, shall be as valid and binding in law as if
*ip.ooo. of the State of Florida in General Assembly convened, That he had attained to the age of twenty-one years. ,

To John W. Argyle, for sundries furnished to the Senate, 813- the Comptroller of the State be and ho is hereby authorized and required CUAPTER 459.-[Xo. 148.] SEC. 3. Be it further enacted That this act shall not be construedto

r to issue, his Warrant on the Treasurer in favor of Doctors AN ACT for the benefit of James Ponder. release tile guardian of said minor from any responsibilities imposed

,7.To Franklin Hart and J. T. Uascoe, for one hundred dollars for upon him in consequence of said guardianship, nor to relieve
STo s. B. Barronton, for postage paid on communications to the examining SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives
of House, 81 40; the body of James Durden, lately murdered in the County' of the State of Florida General Assembly convened, That. him from accounting to said minor for the management of his estate

And for extra services as messenger to the House, $50-total, Jackson, and making a "post mortem" examination, under and in from and after the passage I of this act, James, Ponder, of Thomas up to the passage of this act.
$ni 40.raAAed. obedience to an order issuing from tile Judge of the Circuit Courtof County, and State of Georgia, shall be exempt from the payment of [Passed tha Senate, November 30, 1850. Passed the House of ,Repre ita-
the Western judicial Circuit of the State of Florida. transient resident of this tives, December 4, 1850. Approved by the Governor, December ll, 1850.]
[ the Senate,January 22, 1 851. Pawed the House of Representatives, the tax now imposed on every person"not a .
/J nuary 23, 1851. Approved by the Governor, January 24, 1851.J: [Passed tile Senate, January 20, 1851. Passed the House of Representatives State, hawkers or pedlars excepted, who shall sell, offer to sell or '
January 22, 18:11. Approved by the Governor, January 2", 181.] expose for sale goods,wares arid Merchandise,not the growth manufacture CHAPTER 467.-[No. 156.]

of this 'State, and ho is hereby authorized to [sell] shoes?, AN ACT to authorize William Henry Van Horn a minor,to assume the management
CUAPTEK 441.-[No. 130.] CHAPTER 451.-[Xo. 140.] boots, and leather manufactured on his premises, any where in this, of his own estate, and to contract and be contracted with.

AN ACT fur the relief of Tboma Ludwith.BECTION AN ACT for the relief of William E. Kilcrcase, Robert L. Edmonds Joseph State, free of charge and without license for such purpose, any law I SECTION 1. Be enacted by the Senate and,House.of Representa--

1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Represent'"fan Austin and Thomas D.Wilson. now in force in this State to the contrary notwithstanding.Passed tires of the State of Florida in General Assembly convened,' That ,

of the State of Florida in General Assembly convened, That WHEREAB, John II. Fowler was indicted at the May term of the i [ the House of Representatives,December 10, 18M. Passed the Senate William Henry Van Horn be,, and he is hereby authorized and env

rnornaa Ledwith, late Sheriff Duval County,be, and he U hereby' Court held in 1850 for the County of Gadsden, for assault and December 19, 1850. Approved by the Governor,December 2-1, 1850.] powered to assume the management of his own estate.

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SEC. 2. Be __- -- .--" -- __-_. .j
further 'J'
enacied Tbzt the -
.uid -
William idiscouraged-
H. Van CHATTER 47a-[No. 167.] -B _.
Horn be, and fcc is heicby empowered to contract and be by'hw repudiation"' the hands -
contract AX ACT
to the
ed with, and aU'Dt 'is change name of Maria L.'W'C5t. LIjc jloribian &JournalTALLACASSCK geUdS "-
entered ir.to by him after the passage of SECTION of his party has taken the In his The :
this act, atd dl Be it enacted by the Senate and House_ojlq stump own difficulty between these
agreements,engagements, or other acts of whatever sNJa. ho
:irs of the Slat of Florida in General : b men has been
shall l be valid and Atsmbly conrened arrangedthouwere
as binding in law ns it he had attained to That !n it
the of Maria L. : ehdL"A b.l'ore
name in the
the age of twenty-onc residing County of Da -aJ silly enough to
years.P&.ed >e -
and is hereby changed to Maria L. Eubank, and the said : i-a1 of the Europa. over j ioto
[ the Senile! Ienber '. 1SSO. Paused the Maria L. SATURDAY MARCH 8 land and .
December Hocse of Representatives shall hereafter be known by the said name of Maria L. 185L ANOTHER DECLINE IX COTTON.BAZ.TIMOKE exchange shoe, without
I h
1J, o.rrtuH d by the Gweruer, December 17, I S.O J Eubank, iu i injury to either oj
the same manner as thongh it had been originally her name. : Feb. 20. party. COT. Bro

CIIAJTER 4C8. No. [Pawed the Senate December 14 ISsa Passed the House of Repre Tax Assessors and Collectors.To The steamship Europa arrived at Halifax sissippi acteAas the friend of)Ir. fc or 1r1l.
-[ 157. entativcs
] December 21, H answer one and all the ,
Apjixived by the Governor, December 23 question- this )Ir. A &td
.L' ACT with as the
to Alexander U5G.J morning 61 and Liver- friend
espoTer R. Godwin. a minor,to the U passengers, of ) .
urzse naaxg Why do you not send us tho assessmentbooks L I ley. S
taent &f Lu own Estate.SECTION dates to the 15th.

1. Be it cnacffd by t.'1 Se note and Ifruse of Repre scnta- Cn\M'ER 479.-[No. 1CS.] !I" we are are requested by the COMPTROLLER The Europa passed the Arctic the 18th. From the Washington

lira of the Stale of Florida ill General A8 ': !!!! convened, That AX ACT to chanj* th2 name of Koxanna Jones to Roxanna Wbej. to state that the books, could not bo The Asia arrived on the Baltimore Argus, we take eorrespon j rf
out the
Alexander R. Godwin he authorized to assume the management of SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and IIoueof Represent- begun till the As emhly rose, and then'it was l on 9th. The Atlantic sketch of the debate in the MI01tinr
his own estate, and that the leUer of guardianship which may have atlres oft/se Stale of Florida in General Assembly conmed, Tliat found that they could not finished been towed to Liverpool.The { the hIo'xse brtw

teen i issued in 'behalf of said minor, be and the same are hereby re- from and after the passages of this act, the name of Roxanna Jones I here as in llacon both in as soon Liverpool Cotton market had declined these gentlemen, cut of which this daScdt

Yoked. be, and the Mine: is hereby changed to that of Koxanna AVheeler, ; presses Tallahassee $ a !. Middling Uplands, GJ ; Orleans 7|.- originated. '

SEC. 2. Be it further rnacted, That all contracts hereafter entered and that hereafter the said Iloxanna Jones shall be known and ac being glutted with other work. The sales of the week During the discussion
were 20,700 bales.- the
into by the said xl.t1der R. Godwin thall be valid and binding in knowledged by the name of Koxanna Wheeler. But the books are expected by every stage, The sales Harbor bill, )Ir. Inge, of Alabama upon River and

law as if the said Alexander R. Godwin had attained to the age of [rasped the Senate DecemU-r 4, J50. Fasedthe 1u'eof Representatives and will be forthcoming tchen they rom on Friday, the 14th, were 4000 casion to propose a proforma took t*.

tw ntJ.one 'eu8. Deccml 10, It: ocJ the bales, and the market closed with less amendment
o.p by Governor, December 17, lS o.J disposition a peg whereon to hang a &a

EEC. j. nf u jurwr cnaciea, i nil this aci snail not oe construeu I.: O. O. F. to sell. littleoStJ.nlev_ Thill. _t'_speech___ .howinj__ 1J,.
U --
to relieve the Guardian of said minor from The Grad Lodge of the I. O. retort from oi v.vurst", ea.I.I .J for-
any responsibilities I O. F. of this At .Manchester business was much depressed. a Stanley, who has a
imposed upon him or her in consequence of sail Guardianship, nor RESOLUTIONS. State was organized in this The such Congressional penchant{or
city on English amusements
Tuesday Money Market and
relieve him her from was easy. the fo!
ment of his accounting to said minor for the manage [No. 1.] evening last, by II. .\. Crane, Esq., 'Grand Consols were unchanged.The lowing delectable scene follownd: *
estate to a final] settlement with said Mr.
cp minor.I I
Preamble I Stanley- do
an l not twliere
requesting members in Con Reprt sentitive !
ocr rc*' to rrocurc the of Savannah. the
tk I Pawed the Senate, December I', J*50. Pawd the Hoc**of Reprevatativc*, passage cf an act to gr.1 ute the price of tLe Public LK Js a tLu S: The following political news is umimportant In tke man wants the appropriation he centle.

ccibcr 19, 1&50. Approved by the Governor, December 2$, 1S50.J WHERE, There 15* ia this State a vast quantity of Public or Government tiers vere elected and installed for the British! Parliament the free trade party tri ho has offered thean.ndment that aaka h' but

lauds, of an inferior quality, which have been: in market present fcmi, vii : umphcd, but by a small majority. In Francethe make an unprovoked fling rt me. 111&1

CHArtER 409.-[No. 15S.] or subject to entry for many "'vear3, anti have not bvMi deeinzJ by t. B. \\', Taylor, of JefT. Lodge, ). W. G. 31. difficulty between the President and Assembly Mr. Inge-1 merely stated facts and cew

AX ACT to !legitimate JoLa Robert Geiger.WncREA our citizens to be worth the /. II. Verifier inferences.Mr.
Government of
price, (one dollar andtwentvfive I Franklin Lodge, R. W. D. was"widening.: Russia that
', It is represented to the General Assembly that Henry cents per acre :) And whereas, It i U believed by this.General (i :. Astria and Prussia agrees : StlnIey-The gentlemen said the

Geiger of Monroe County, the father of said John Robert Gei Assembly that the sale of all s-aob land* should bi efil-ctcd! J. shall reconstitute the Central sp ibtion of the South" wocld take

ger, who is now illegitimate, desires the passage of an act legiti as soon as practical* for die purpo-v of increasing the j-opulation II. Jicginnis?, of Leon Lodge, R. W. G. W. German Power, each taking the Presidencv fore he would hetr a warning from me.place TU l .

mating said John Robert And of this and for the I 31. BPapy, It gentleman shows he has
: whereas, this General Assembly State purpo t of bringing; more revenue into \r. G. S. V bv turns: little sense and ki

considers i it expedient to comply with the desire of said Henry our Treasury : And whereas The said lands, or a large portion .0.. S Knight, U.f R. ,\ G. T ch-nrity when he charges me with tia- r>L

Geiger: Therefore, of them, never can be sold by tu* General Government at .the: I I.IJ. Loeb, of Jefferson Lodge, W. G. 31. WASHINGTON, Feb. 2G. friendly to the South. a

4' SECTION 1. Be it enarled ly the fenaie and House of RTr rnJa. present price, as fixed by law, but might be readily dUpod ofat I \\'. Denharn, "' The Senate Mr. Inge-What did the geatlenua ml
yesterday the i
G. G. passed Will .
tires of the Stale! of Florida in General Assembly convened a reduced price, thereby bringing into our State nu increased Postage he repeat the remark ?
Johi: hobcrt Geiger be, and he is hereby declared legitimated,, to all population, and into our Treasury large additional! revenue : The Grand Lode meets again on the first Bill, as amended on motion of Mr. Rusk, fixing Mr. Stanley-I say you have little seas,

intents and purposes, the same as though he had been bom in law Be it, therefore, resolve ly the Sna.'e anl House of Rrpresenta- )Mondar in June next. a uniform rate of 3 cents on letters weighing and less charity in charging me with unfriend,

ful wedlock. .,;...... ,1.. ..,_,_ _.r T01__: 'I Y. _u. not than half liness to the South.
VI UK .W( VT. .QTlIZIl In t..rnerallS"mOiY "finrClId, 111r.t wneat. more an ounce, when prepaid

[Pas-e. Passed the House of Representative our Senators and ik-pri'er.tami' in Congre.-s 1 be and they are hereby -I We understand that several of the and 5 cents when not prepaid. 3Ir. Inge-I say the remark U ungpnt1e.I

December 10, If Approved by the Governor, December 1', 1Sj requested to use tluir! best exeitions to procure the passe ofa1 j! in GaJsden planters The House passed the Chil and !I manly and unjust, and comes from & LUck.
act to graduate the pricf of all the Public! or Tinted! States Lands j| are eng ing to a small extent in Diplamat- guard.
in this State from dollar! and : the cultivation of whl'at.n Appropriation bilL I Order! Order!f
CHAPTER 470.-[Xo. 1C9.] one twenty-five cents per acre to fifty | experience of : not little rang throuh the Hall! ,

AN" ACT to leprinn'c Wejl.c! Allen D.Tte Bryant Dlr Dankl, cents per acre, agreeably to the quality and the length of time said ;, one or two years past has satisfied them that a Hollow"commotion was produced-- Te3

-::. Ifiani! Dike; and Lsnn Die] aid to nuke thtra the DikE heirs, Unity lands have been in market. or subject to entry. this grab can be grown to profit in NEW-YORK, Feb. 27, 6 p. m. i Sleepy Mr. wakened up.

cf Dasicl Cvtcr of MidLstu Cooity, F]<.Tiia, and to change their I.I &at law Be it further rescdrcJ, That a l'OPof the foregoing preamble I. portions of that County. The many Tho sales of Cotton to-day were 600 bales, with Stanley-Mr. Chairman he CM.rgu'me
SECTION 1. Re and resolution,after being duly! authenticated bs grain seems to being a blackguard. He has
it enacted by the Senate and House of Represent'alirfs forwarded, one copy lose in at a decline of half ccnt/since the arrival of J shown j just
nothing to the
of the State of Florida in General to each of our Senators; and one to our Representative in Congress, I weight, and the yield is as the House and to the country. tiat
Assembly conrcned That Europa. Rice is be is
from and after the passage of this act, Wedey Allen Dike to be by them laid before Congress*. I prolitic as in regions further Xorth. A single unchanged. Hoar is one.
Bryant The
Dikes, Daniel l Dikes, Unity Dikes, Isliata Dikes and Laura Ann [P3sJ the Ho-isa cf U'prcntative". Janary 11. :JS5'. Pa ed the Senate I buhscl weighed by Dr. White, who has been depressed. climax disorder wa now about to gain 5a
Dike! be, and they are hcrtby declared to be legitimate heirs of January 16, 1S Approved 1 y dw Gonroor .:*aan23, 1i.J experimenting in its production for when" the Chairman interposed, and

Daniel Coker to Jl intents some rap, rap! "bang, bmgt'ent! his .
: and XEW.
purposes i in every repoct, as tilllgt"e sitly-fre pounds-sixty-two ORK, Feb. 23. I

though the said \Vcsley Allen Dike, Bryant Dikes, Daniil Dike?, [No. a.] pounds, we believe, being the The sale.3 of Cotton to-day amounted to mer.The Chairtnan-Persoaahities
Unity Dikes, Isham! Dikes and Laura Ann Dikes had Resolution relative merchantable are net fa
been tl.-e
begot to PtJbiic Lands in j the State of Florida. weight 1200 bales: Middling! order.
ten in lawlul wedlock, and that the said AVetley Allen, Bryant Danid Be it Ilesohcd! by the Senate and House Uplands; Middling ).
of Representatives Orleans 10'. Star.ly-Personalities
Unity, IMam and Laura Ann Dikes, !l:111l.Je able in all Sla'.e of Florida in General of the ; Dr. White would subserve important are not in order.
to inherit all the respects Assembly convened, That our Senators am willing to let oar conduct be
rights and privileges, in law and equity, of tLe taiJ and Representative( in be interests by communicating to the his judged jof
Congress public
Daniel CoCker requested to i I by t.'Ie'Icblit, and .let them
oqu:.l with and in the nge upon Congress 1 estimate ha
lawful begotten children of the wune manner, that any of the the passage of & law granting to the State of Florida the land in j experience in growingthis article of consump. W.\snrrcTor, Feb. 29. character and mine. The gentleman
said cast tio!
do, auything in law to the Coker, could or would: the State 'belonging to the United State, to bo appropriated by the tion. Tha Senate to-day passed the bill from the first stone ; be will make the most of wfcat I

uke r-flW-t r.nH ho in contrary notwithstanding ; this act to General Assembly. of Florida for the direct benefit of its citizens in- I House, making soldier's land warrants have said. I shall hereafter

.-. ., : L _force from_ and after its p:1SSJze. <\"iJ u:1lh'. VirzlIlia T9We glntinn .,1 L. assign- r. A.. _.._ _._ __:.!_ .' treat remaikiv _
;EC. lie 11 fUtICT t'nacl d, rn.lat th u mt's f "'eslo\ last V..A b& !L: W1W we contempt the!de-
\l1en week
Passed alluded
the Hose aue.The
[ of
Dike, Bryant Dikes Daniel Dikes Representatives' Pa'i'eJ the Sena.t.Ja. 1', 1S51 briefly to a meeting I House
Laura Unity Dikes, hham Dikes and Approved the Governcr, Jarwary 23! 1 :1.] of the Virginia democracy passed a joint resolution to indemnify ECne.Alabana
Ann Dikes, be and to
are bcrcLchlnzoo preparatory
to Thomas
Wesley Allen Ritchie for and
losses Secession.
Coker, Bryant Coker, Daniel Coker, Unity Coker khani the elections of this and the next year. To. on the The
Coker ana! [:No. 3.] public printing. resolutions adopted by the of
Laura Ann Coker. I day we publish from the meeting
Preaal.5 and Resolutions relative to land* granted to this State for Scnunarie Enquirer the reso. Southern Rights' Clubs held ia
(IPa1It.cd tbe HOUM l lutions Montgomery
cf PpreettatiesJattarv ". reported the
of .
O. IKI. Pa** !tLe Senate Learning.WIIEEEA Committee raised
Jauarv 21, 1E1. Approved by the Governor, January 23, 1S51.) !, It may be desirable to the people of this State, at die motion of Mr. Wise' on :NF.w.Y0EE, March 3.CotloJ. on the 10th nit which recommend the immediate .
future period, to appropriate the proceeds of such lands as Fron tK: Richmond The transactions on Saturday a- secession Alabama from the Union, are

CHAPTER 471.-[Xo. 160. have been granted by the United States to the State of Florida may, BASIS OF DEMOCRATIC EnyuirT.HARMONY mountd to 500 bales, at !c. decline. Middling said by several of the most decided ain-com.
ASCT to change the name of Ann Barakv, cf Gaisdcn Count for a Seminary or Seminaries of Learning to the use of Common ACTIO.V. .AXD Uplands are quoted at lOc. ; Orleans promise papers in that State not to express thea
to that of Schools
Ana Wilder. : At the adjourned 10I. Sales of the week 6000 bales. views of the Southern Rights party of Ala.bama. '
Be it meeting of the
Resolrcd by the Senate Demo.
SECTION 1. Re it enacted by the Senate and House of Rrprcsent- Slate of Florida in General and House of Representatives the : crats of Virginia, now in this city, held at Ccfee.-1000 bags sold on Saturday. We quote from the Mobile Rtgi&r:
afire the Assembly convened That the
State F.orida Senators the
the of of in General Atsctnlly convened, That and Merabe-r of the House of Representatives: in .. Capitol Y on Monday" uiirht. Fe}. 17. IfJir.i .. Rics.-is quoted at 10c.] It will be seen that these resolutions propose
of -
from -
name llurnk-y, of Gadedea County, be Congress this nonius j. uanaoipn, r.sq., the the secession: of Alabama
changed to that State, be requested to use all the in m Chair, and from the
of Ann Wilder, and that from and after the of means their power to procure the II. B. TomlZn, ESfI., t nion, for what ha.. ..1.T.. ,,,
"passage this act, the of an act resolution Secretary, the following h__10n d."r_ .", ...f
raid Ann passage or granting the assent of the WASHINGTON March --- ----- v" v.
Burnley shall be United resolutionns 3.
and known as Ann Wilder. States to the appropriation of the were adopted. The first eight declare that it is only a question of time as to
proceeds of such lands House
[Pa-sst-d the Uoii cf p.ppr-6mTati'e December 23! 1650. Paed the Sen been donated by Congress to this State for as have were reported by II. A. Wise, Esq., from the of Representatives. Saturday its exercise. They call upon the Governor
ate December a
21,1 50.prrud by the Governor, Januarr 7, Itil.j) ries of Learning, to the use of Common School Seminary or Semina moved Committee of Twelve, and the ninth was i the House concurred in the amendment offered to convene the Legislature to appoint delegates

Be itfurVxr rctolved, That the Governor of the State be 0 and he for the by n.Rusb Floyd, Esq., as a substitute by the Senate to the cheap postage bill, to a Southern Congress, and declare it
is instructed concluding portion of that Commit. with to be the duty of Alabama to secede from the
slight alterations
hereby forward
CIUPTEB 472.-So. 101.] to a copy of the foregoing; preamble tee's report : and took up for consideration Union ia
AN and resolution to the two Senators and the : the case any other State shall do so.
ACT to charge the name cf Daniel CLavrr Me.nber of the Iloase of X3"alppropri.1 bill
of Columbia 1. JbxJced, That This
: tLe is
County, to that Democratic! forth the Card"
Daniel CLtt tr* Paolcs.SECTIOX of Representatives in Congress, from the State of Florida. abides where it has partr of Virginia put as assuresus
ertr stool, the
ircmoTablr firm as Southern Platform of the
[Passed the Senate Januarr 17, J 651. Passed the the joint baLi of the upm 31ACON
1. House
Ze it enacted by the Senate and of Representative?, flighti of the State and the March 5. Southern "
House of Rights Alabama.
of Represent Jauuarv; 22, l :Approved" by the 21 l'ivn of t.'v Sta'et. men
atives of the State cf Florida Go\Oemor.JaIuTy 1851.] Cotton JIllrket.The last
... in General Assembly convened. That *>. TintJ. ft *I>.lf !BTT /trmT(,' -.r.'kt... .3-_- 1 foreign account I .Now. :1riainst:111_ u of this we as Southern
u"uu: VI IJ.UUCl \U:1\"Cn, 01 COIl.mtia County, be Xo.4. alike to tLe Lohttttvtivn ---0- .uuu' nave oeen uniavoraoie, and nights men, tully tae views
changed [ ] vfife l/mted State a/ prices cave uet concurring in 01

this that act of Daniel the said Chavers Daniel Rioles Chavers, and that from and after the passage of+-.J Preamble an! Resolutions relative to lands granted bv Coagrcs to the State for I. lawa tie Ittteretd cC a common& .r'iqnties of the Stal't, a.: paramount to i;t; dined in our market from 1 i to 2 cts. with the Convention as to the wrongs and danger!

shall be acknowledged and known purposes of InUjnal Irnprovencnt and for ftin country: and they trill maintain! in week. of the South, enter oar cost unqualified and
11! Daniel Chavc-rs Rioles. ; UK stat of Govtrnnwnt. both.an<] repel all attempt j to invade tithir i a We have heard of no sales for
\ '
WIIEIIEAS, Nearly the whole of the means -which \trtrr decided protest it is a wild, Quixotic injudicious .
live hundred !
thousand may *filly be two
of days 9
acres employed past over
(PIUiAAd the Hoo of by .>od citl- cents. We
c RepreentatiTc and quote ei- and
December land tens true .
2S, 1 530. Pa v<3 the Sea- granted to thk State for of Internal patriot.3 impracticable scheme affordingno
December: purposes Improvement
Lt1 31, 1 i50. Approved by the Governor, January 7, 1E.] by the act of March 3, 1845 and all of the eight sections grant., lUvAved cf That M the Frral l'nv, in the f>nndatioos trems 7 to 9 cts.We remedy for past evils and calculated only

ed for the purpow of fixing the Scat of Government the w.th the oar governments, is i { by separate and
CHAPTER 473.-Xo. 1C2.] same act, have long since been selected at the expense of this there is DO real! p-otm.\ {;;r several difference State in ct Sxerfiyntit anJ *, yesterday, of middling fair to fair, were from I It is the worst form of political and social sa ,

Alf ACT to alter and change the name of Elizabeth McCa-'UlL State ripproval( and: reported to the proper Department Washington for friends be n"ne of in,ft'eling.! between those who are the should true 9: | to 9| cts. icide relieving; and his would sufferings.kill the patient instead of

SCCTIOX 1. Bet }
tires of t}* .Slate of enacted Florida by in the General Senate and House of J prtSenfa. And Whereas, none of the Seat of Government Land, and only heal 4. paEt Resolved and That it ii the object.of this meetln? to The New Union Party." Such is not the doctrine of the SoctLer
Assembly eonr ned Tliat about prevent future dis en cn3"caused the The New Rights men of Alabama-of tithe or
thousand Orleans
the name of Elizabeth McCaskill forty-five acres of the Internal Improvement Lands tftinuP.d agitation of by Delta says: even one
be, and the same ia } past tucs and of die mode of them, and the Convention
changed have had
been their : authoritY
as cd That no
yet adjustment
to Margaret Elizabeth appro* : amt the friends sagacious the ""
Smith and ng c-f tJ.t Union party organ, "Bet'
hereafter be known by the said name, of that the said Elizabeth shall And Whereas, this delay o; craies greatly to the prejudice of this ofttati Jliyht ki7AIs,of Jtinocraty and of the and, [whig] has been engaged for some time past, : to put it forward as a "platform." That as.
Jfti.ra7ofLitertst semLIa
ja the Margaret Elizabeth Smith, Stat, }by preventing her cither from and of IA''. co"-I in preaching the was a most meagre and limited representaaon
same selling those of
land up
manner as it Retoferd necessity !
though had been her or pro. 5. That all further organizing a of the
originally name. tecting them from trespasMTS, by whom agitation of these new party on the broad party in the North; only;
of and platform
IPL.4ed the Reflate, December 3. 1850.' many said lands are sues of their Lie adjustment/either of the Union : eleven
Passed of the
December ', 1SO. Approve by the Governor the Ilonse of Rprf6cctauves, being rapidly robbed of their timber, and otherwise reduced in hand or npfin the other, LlDO upr.n the one f' The idea has taken wonderfully j in certain I fifty-two counties having dele
December 1:: practical end. U 'Lquarters. II and
1O.j value: now worse than vain and U dangerous alike to all that Tha fishy politicians, whose t gates present, of these only twenty-fin
A Whereas it is u pvcjous m the Unim and f past being from any other counties than those or
important that those sections that is worth career and present feeble claims I
...._ ___._ .. should be_ at once in the SL1.ta preserrin- and capabil- j \nntmrr.
CHAPTER 471. No. .nn.,1. ., "' '....n.. .I. itic3 st:1ntI I T.nwni'-vs s anJ T.lI.33 ItiSODvious -
-[ 1C3.] .t"t" v.' "" UI "LaLI 1113) exercIse Ule of C. Kesotrtd That in the way rtt tn* ir nr.rmnntthe in
A!? ACT to change the name of George B. Siiiith to that of George B. Smithscn. hip over them, or rejected, fco that she may powers select other ownt'r.f good Sut : Soverei ntk-s ww to appeal to 1 on ,the one hand to. ranks of the two great pojti iprti; I that such a body could not utter the'
attempt oy rl voice of
retort the and
to it.t
SECTION 1. Re it lands in this State before t exremftie th3 i State; we are sure that
enacted by iht Senate and J louse the opportunity to do so shall bo lost *. to undo chat ha* been Jvnf. u to in. day, are very desirous of starting
tIre of the State of Florida in General of RejtrescnUi- by the sales of the United States : Therefore, vole than to risk the ejooJ which it *till I'fl and teMch new pa"'rt., organization, through which I I proceedings will meet \ith the o ovenxhtlcan

the name of George D. Smith be changed Assembly to that convened, That Be U Resulted ly the Senate and House Rrpresenia'hes the vhifh i s too jrrecivut it hit to ej-opartk.dfr that, vhxiaer it k. may rise to the consequences which they I condemnation of the people. This movement .
of aNI they
Smithson and that from and after the of this George H. Slate of Florida in Central Assembly convened. That Senators of ', peal, on the other which eimtot be re i,Tfd And ap ruble to'attain by the old b.aten path of are : we regard as more detrimental to theause
passage liand.
our to !love
act the a of the Union parc I
Raid !
George H.) Smith thai and Representative in ani to t The Southern Rights than thicg else
] be be and Federal idea is any
Congress Power y.
acknowledged and known as George D. they are hereby, earnestly intended to impair, if not destroy, the qnite an old one. It has that has
liinhtt occurred. calculated t b
S'wlthson. requested to continue without: fifths State manifested ever It is
ceasing, to urge the Secretary of the and humble Stat fridt, are no itself in every era of our history
[Pawed th* Ilmase cf flepe'entatie*, Decembtr > Interior to action, either of approval or rejection, the le w odious in doctrine than they are in the dsign of. and has invariably resulted in the discomfiture, cover the effects of the wise, the patrioui
2 \ IfiSO. Pa *ed the upon applica eonirrting the holirxt ; and the
tin, Sea- tions made bv this State nfimfnts sagacious who dcvoflugtOorganize *
Jaruary 1lS:Approved by the Gevernor, for the lands granted to her ofpariots into run I of those who started it. are
January 7, 1651.JAX 3J March by the act of taftial, ta be traded ; by that of
1S15. ConrdiJitH/n upon Party for The St public sentiment for the defence <

Resolred furihcr: That the Governor be and of the ('on'titati tefueh iias the dfntriit'iie of fie Union and Louis Union, commenting upon I our institutions, with opprobrium and riclic: .
CII.1M'Jn 473. [No. ted to forward he is hereby, re- Kiyhts tf of Confederacy at it it of the Air. Foote's account of the new Union I We therefore fair i exponent .
101.7 que a copy of this preamble and resolution: to Sen- I of States anJ of the Libcrtie of the Po- party protest against it as no

ACT to diange the name cf Francis St. JOJK! ators and Representative in Congrc-sj, and to the Sccretarv our of the pte.7. he is so busy forming, as "composed of all i of the wishes of that party, or of tl c

SECTION. lie it enacted by the Senate and House Department of the Interior. Democratic JiefJcfJ. That it is the dafT and the aim of the tho best men of both tIts old I purposes they have in view ; and we call Bon -
Partr( says
of Rep Virginia.
fica of the SlaSc of Florida in General Assembly convened resenta.That [Paved the Senate January 2. 1851. Pawed the Hou>e of ho rights and all the just end to which aid in preserving all This reminds us of Randoiph'saccout:of ; them, throughouttlie State,at once pro!pC.. '
Representatives institutions the
the name of Francis St. Johns be altered and changed to that of January_10, 1651. Apr-rotcd by the Gou-rnor, January It, IE51.] State and Federal. were intended tosecure, and to cnleavor -, If Union party" which was ly and decisively to condemn there CCings. *
Francis St Johns Tremble to ; and harmonize attempted during .
and the Raid Francis St Johns mmpos the elements of dis Thomas ,
hereafter be known by the name of Francis :. Johns fihll [No 5.] cord tiQat i l North and South threatening to disturb our Xa Jefferson's administration. After We had intended to express oar views fily :

the some manner as tbongh it had been originally his name.Tremble in PrcamUe and resolution akin an appropriation of land) bv d-ngress to aid in ly fnt-nd-Juj fxacc the of our UT-bood People! throughout of our States and the fan: Randolph! }had fallen out with Jefferson, he upon this: subject, but at present have roOC1

[Pa-wod the Senate December 5.1% tPa.cd the House of the construction of the Atlantic and Gulf Railroad"Company.. 8. RftolifJ, That to that end the Democratic the Republic. was invited to attend a meeting or caucus at to say only this much.*'

December 7, Ib a. Apcv\cd by the Governor Representatives, WIIEKEA, The construction of a Railway from from tu principles of Party, l Washington
the and
J3, 1u.] to the Gulf Coast of Florida Atlantic across rnen, from iu devotion to peace human brotherhood amoiig : to be composed of the honest: A Royal Correspondent-
harbors liberty, from its
connecting love
of sufficient of all "
or '
depth to admit Vessels of War, must be an object Jiutice and Enuality, from i iU hatred of all tyran men parties. Randolph Bays ho was The American press is certainly looking 1 '
CJl\rTJn 470.-[No. inr. HO less to the importance,, ny whatever form it cxLt or i is late getting to the
] of the exerted from its and
government meeting or
United States than to the people calomv of power, from i its dread when he got Greely of the Tribune has among his list
AX ACT to change tho vuut of of thIs State who of Disunion an Sarah F/aaccs are desirous
Water!.' of embarking in this great enter. equal detestation of a Central DepotL-,from its faith was organized with Aaron Burr in I foreign contributors sprig of royalty-
SECTION 1. Be it rnacled prise : tnt adherence to Fir t the chair
ly Senate and Hntue I'riaa'ples, from its Sacrifices in i less .
atitct of the Stale Florida in of n prfMnt. I Be it therefore retolrcd by the Senate the past and! from i iu jTe ent relations a person says the home Ot.7T.d, i
of and
General and : !
House hope, is, _.
Astcmbly That ., of Represent of all parties y _
the convened. aJiao nf .tlu. SIn. .!. r 1..1. : II'"e-em 1)ntly bust constituted HEAVY the mvst rii>4m ww.shed and rT'ioifl33
nameo Sarah FraiKW Waters, of Columbia --- I A WI u m lI'nU&l1. ( 'AI .."..I.. ._ ____ .. I' to counw lJ.uGEs.Tbe State ot -
mlJll ( J 'nl.\t Pennsylvania
County, 1 be, and h his Excellency *StH'rft1 "& D.IIC i.ii; :'' ill th ,
the same ia lr.l.yt changed to Sarah Frances Vanzsnt, and the said the the Governor of this State be authorized in behalf of 9. Jtefolfd, Tliat this 1uuj meeting cordially ClidiA OI tenders tJmgt"1" to has recovered 1,300,000 damages. of Parisian and 1t.1.1ianietP, the P3iCM

Sarah:; Frances duiH bo Lertaftcr known the same, to memorialize the Congress of the United tlc) Pemixracy of the Union gainst the BELGIOSO. This f.
by said name of Sarah of States for such with invitation to unite late Bank of the United States lady has \been oaef
? land the
grant public in aid ,
I of the Democracy of
nln'anant in the same mziuier as though it had been construction of tIle Atlantic and the Virginia in an organization on being the most admired beauties of
her name. originally Gulf Central Rail Road, as the great importance principles indicated in the foregoing resolutions. amount of bonus which was Europe yeri.j. j
i in the wisdom of Congress, to said workjmay, The Democratic papers of Virginia and the Union agreed to be paid for the charter. The She is still exceedingly handsome, thoaiJ
[Paavd the Senil1, JiutirjT, )SSI. Pawd tlte House't/f Knt appear justify. were requested to publish the above case, !
Jauuary 10, lan. Aj'j.tfovd by the Cloven.r, January UIE 51J tatirft', further resolred, That the delegation from this Statein Con. resolutions. it is said, will be carried to the Supreme contending manfully with her forties. 'Oar

gres[Passed, be the t"amest1.in"ited Hooseof. Reprevntafivea to co-operate in securing such prantj Hew Hampshire-Well done. Court, as it will prove ruinous to the Bank's readers know, probably that she ar'.1mned

Jauuary 21, 15L January 24,1651. Passed thfl Senate, The Democracy of the Granite creditors because the .male attire, and acted General '
CnirrsK177..-[No, 100.] Appnncd by the Governor,January 24 1S31.J State some State will insist upon as a tirjth i dLt-

0 '! ACT t4 eking U.e roADie (I RobertT Ur'tt, of Lcty Cwmrty, la that of timo ago nominated one Rev. John Attwoodas priority in the distribution of the assets. tinguished bravery, in the recent It'JJ Q smg

1tst %V. llundulL S [No. G.] their candidate for Governor. Subsequent. Correction gle for liberty-embarking and posing her fortune .

SECTION. Beit enacted hyk Scmate and House of Ratioctoftie !. lUflulutkn asking Plank. an apnrnprattn lluad Stale of Florid in Ge. from Alligator places Mr. I
Atsr to Jackwiarilk.
atWy con whereupon the : talents and
That Democrats the
Be it called Sparks, biographer ol Washington unlimited :
the of Robert. resolrcd anothe
nune Wilerfcton of by the Senate and in an persO113
Levy House
to thai .f County, be And it is hereby Stale of Florida of Representatives of the Convention, and by a vote of 202 awkward situation. He shews that fasdnJ.tion.s an undi. st !
in Mr.
changed Robert W. Iloudail, and lie tJiall I liprcoftcr Cctcral Assembly convened That to 3 threw S. -putl'd princess,
koown and ackuowic-dgej Ly too be in Congrww I e instructed and our Senators the traitor overboard, and suppressed many of the most important"pas : would be received at cr. "oM.
said( name: of Robert W. Ilandall oar Representative be requested nominated in his in ery Court in the I
to all iulents and purposes i& ihoa li U had their best efforts for the of ,to use place tho present Governor sages Washington's letters-_among then At present she 1 is tr idcontribt7ingt6th1'iTho i
been originally Us passage an act granting to this State, al Samuel Dins- the following, in a letter dated Jan. 1. 1nlJinfY in tho 1ast t *
ternate 31
name. st'Ctlonsof to land on either side of a Plank Road running from moor. Where U there a Whig State North in which \r nshington.speaks of the ,British 1776, York Tribute." I i

PawcJ tie 1Tc oT Alligator Jacksoinille, to aid init.s construction. ia which tho i
f RcprcwntetJrcN whig "as nation which
10. 1?ja party would seems to be : A P. 0
Tutstt lost
tbe 12. rte pursue such! to has i'eU
LP5L1 ITwwof every been >
DutlDlM H at
a LS H. ApjvffTcJ J? iha Goveru-jr, December Cl, 1 f 50.J .Arrrond by.the Reprp-vaitatives, DeccmrKT 18,U\I.1 'Passed ti, Scotte. I a straight forward creditable sense ofrirtut'and those feelings vhich du Buda, 'Itecatur established "
,December 23, JSJttJ) as I t county Iowa, and L.adi3a
tinguish ciriliied
!The N. Y. Tribune a people from the Ujhazy (
"'ys that'Attweod, not; bzrivut most bar pronounced We-ha-zy,) fct&, Go'
Itzt"t1-Ricllrn fcr
: Comoro
Eniircr. Hungary, appointed!'- & "




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pocket fferve Touched. Telegraphic Items. Er.,. John Early. and State Agricultural Warehouse. I. For Charleston, &. C- v .

1'e extract from the New York Government Ojicer Arrested in Boston. This gentleman has had the : subscribers voulJ respectfully: invite the at- TnE Schooner FLIRT- arrive in
,* following i. is gratifyingly( sigmfif Boston, Feb. 27-1 P. M. to decline the nomination TilE of Farmers and Planters to their large ,hi: ten Jays-*be iH btained.return to Parties the tborr 00.-. .
Enquirer if suicint CM
respoctfully port cargo
ll1'tf shows that the people of the SouthhHuning Yesterday Geo. Lunt U. S. District Attorney : by the Whigs of the Campbell public that and varied Implements Assortment, which Agricultural will i be found on and examination Horticultural amuhI.shippin to Charleston Till,please. Apply to

cJII to It Northern "termed- was arrested by Deputy Sheriff Coburn Virginia. In his letter of I into co-j.iart- to tx aa largo and well selected a* any similar establishment BRODIE & I'ETTES. St.Iarhur -
to resent upon a writ brought by Alex. P. Burton, ofSaIcm on the above bu in the United States. Among which may bo UcNAUGHT i OP.MOND, Newport
>re f It shows, too that in that pledging them- January. 1851. .2 tf .']
i in the right way. the man arrested city n few days says"Tlie found the following, viz:
dJ'ng be independent ofthe North ifwll since and brought to Boston upou the chargeof first announcement took to all who may. PLOWS.-Prouty & )Ienr'. celebrated and highly FLETCHERVILLE HOUSE. .
South can and if the Convention had approved Center Draught (which took the first premium *
iTie Courier 4 J* Enquirer *' calcu- being an aider and abetor in the rescue of prise, : IL BFJIRY; at the late State Fair)) Minor do Horton's (which (n SIGHT Or TllOMAVVILLE GROUCH) '

t1It "ilL will all come round right Shadrach, charging thatLunt maliciously and my views as expressed in a private : 11.\YES. took the second"premium at the same fair) Eagle;'and PRIVATE BOARD all tilings included,at 110 per .
132s" that things without any just and probable cause under gentleman of that body, who i who has been all the-varioia Southern sub-soil side hill Plows, of S- month. Travellers accommodated vitftout Li'
Others calculate" differently.calculate am sure a different selection I employ of Mesv-rs. the latest style and finish. .
white- oath nude njcomplaint in writing before Cen]. quorl1 heap) cheaper than Cotton
ftcr/ that, unless the political F. Ballet Esq., one of the Commissioners oi been made, and both the as the best Horse-Smith. HORSE PoWEltS.-Erncry 4 Co*. premium RailRoad sells.P. P. SMITH.:
exceUant '
1'iey seifrelies-ed from the an Horse Powers and Threshers Wheelers Bogar- January. 18.1RS1._ _-_t !. gnt. ._
of affairs at Washington, Boston, andpeccrnl the Circuit Court of the United Slates for tbe Tbe price for dus.
rite other places which might be named, District Massachusetts, against the said round us. shop is East of SIIELLERS.-Several new-styles, recently 1'loivs Plow Points, Bars, Ate. ,

the plaintiff. Damages ate set at $20.000, and' I have had occasion, on made together with all the old and most popular HEIR J: RUST have just received a good assort--
undergo a change for the better, Mr. Lunt was required to give bail in the to confront the spirit of Northern 4t kindl of Plows, 1'low Points and Bars; also

Sence importers" will soon become ex- which he did. and now have frequent STRAW CIHTERS.-'. Ilovcy'a patent Cylindrical Grass Blades, Scythe Blades, and Cradles. .
sum, Straw Cutters (the moot approved in the market }February 11851. 4 tf
better time that I have affinities for
busted waiting for the a-com- Second Dcspach. no and the only one where the knives. are adjustableon .
yet, I love to acknowledge the entitled to dis the cj lender); C. Hovey A Ca'a Clinton's Sin -STI SON & COtS. .

Jng,0 A writ was issued about a week since for the Federal Constitution, and Reuben B. Hicks clair's. to, of every size. for cutting Hay, Straw, and New YorV, >ew Orleans, and MobIle Express,

.rOltttC DRGooDs.Trndc has not the arrest of Copehart, Attourney of Debree, for the union of the States. Virginia are Corn Stalks. /CONNECTING with tIle swiftest and most rwponV -

large during the past week, and under the alleged owner of Shadrach, but he has I am sensible of the honor demands will be Corn and Cob Crushers of different varieties both > sible Expresses between the principal Town fa>,

been, :.'Ihlru'e of the prevailing dullness, prices thus far escaped the officers. Men are employ so of the kindness that conferred from the subscriber the date for hand and horse power, warranted equal to any in Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont Massachusett
th to
firm than they were a fortnight since.The ed to find him, and are to he rewarded if they the marketFanning Rhode Island Connecticut Lower Canada New York
&re less distant cities have made I have no political aspirations, yet any demands Mill*, Cultivators, Harrows, Thermometer State Delaware Pennsylvania, Maryland. rict of
Jobbers from succeed. The case will come before tbe circumstances, it; would afford to present them and Barrel Churns, Kakc*, Hoc r"rks. Ac, tc. Columbia, Indiafia Ohio; Illinois the Western State.

:heir first purchases and shipments, and are110t Court Common! Pleas in Salem on the third pleasure to reciprocate your They will at nil times have on hand a full aaaort- generally the Mi". iprii and Alabama River Town.

diCfOS.d to tiny any more at present Monday of March next. meet to the fullest extent B. WILKES, ment of Field and Garden Seeds of the latest growth and tLe prominent places in Georgia and the Carolina..
Jobbers have also made their early A writ attachment has first been served your and Testament. and best qualities. Guano, Eoncdust. PIJ.i'.l r.nud all Our facilities: are aorxtt-n'iiTe and perfect, that we
Our city mands ; but I am sure, gcntl 8 8w other fertilizers, constantly on band and'for sale in
'und 1
somewhat that can secure the safe speedy Transportation nfValvaU
and are surprised Sheriff Cobtirn tbe and -
by Deputy goods
"rchases upon excuse me when I assure you quantities to suit purchasers at the lowest rates. FreigM Trunl, Packag6 and Parcel,
A" Lovers from the Southern intrior are not the Estate of Geo.F. Curliss, U. S. Commissioner I consistent with jny dellS of higher BAKU A ATTERDURY, from cne; end of the country to the other, and betweenthe

here to make their usual selections-trade isten' and Patrick Rily, Deputy U. S. Marshall imjtorlani duties." No. 25 Cliff st, New York. moot remote pointi: '

backward with those. houses who do a for $10,000 damage. This suit was TOBACCO March 1. 851. 8 5t From our many years'experience' in the EXPRESS
and shrewd This is an eloquent rebuke of Drug and business, while connected with Messrs. Adams t Co,.
Southern business, some mer. brought on behalf of Shadrach the alleged fugitive The Farmer '

\..,+C a' oftic! opinion. that the political alias Frederick Minkins. laborer.. lies who expected by nominating *f .,-, y.. ..Working, .. .. ,., .- -. and., .._,our_ numerous. advantages. .1. ,in_ _other__ -respect__.___,_(_not_.
g&J- -- -- MU2111Ll puDiicaiion. uevoieu to tne interest inc i asi- or wnicn is ine connuenre ana puwwg VI
(.1te of affairs at Washington has ro smallinfluence l'h-e suit charges; tht t defendants did arrest' to secure the Methodist vote for A of Agriculture, Horticulture, Gardening, to, edited the New York conummitv.) wt feel assured that we

in mercantile matters in our city.- and cause to be arrested, and did then beat date. and Coffee. by Profsssor Mapcs, published by A. Longett at LaU revef TCC ? to g\'e tic Mtost entire satisfaction to-

The Southern people arc highly exasperated anJ ill treat the said plaintiff. Tallahassee, and the State Agricultural Warehouse, No. "5 Cliff street, our friends the Jewellers, Bankers. and' Merchant'

ainst the Abolitionists at the North. In The defendants are held for trial in $10,. JESUS JUDGE BIT THE JEWS. New York. Price ?1 a "vear. generally. '
Marchi, 1851. 8 5t We beg leave to,call attention to our California Express -
the ulcantiml, trade suffers, and many of our 000 each, to appear at the April term of the el, of Birmingham, (the same i OBilOXD. LIM T> r from New Orleans, and our Express between

most prudent merchants are assailed by enviOUS Court of Common Pleas. Several other and learned gentleman : 8 Sc.le on Monday, 7t/t 4pr, ISol. New OrIenT and Mobile. .
rivals as Abolitionists, and the trade which government and State officers will be arrested Office*-St Charles Hotel Building. New Orleans

year was done here is being done in Lortl). Thc ground upon which these suits been lecturing in this country ) Sheriff's gale. and 19 Wall street,New York. .

last Southern cities. These things, however will ure brought is, that the Fugitive Slave Law is While I and the Jews of the of Tallahas. BYvirlueofa writ of Fieri Facias, issued from February 1. 1&51. 4

;correct themselves, and, in the end, will re- unconstitutional, and that the officer prosecuted protest against being .' .: on the County of Leon,Office Middle of Circuit Ihe Circuit of Florida Court, wherein for the '. Notice.THE '

toil with fearful force upon the authors of the acted without authority. zealots who were concerned in one thousand the Union Bank of Floiida is Plaintiff and Richard undersigned hereby give' notice that their re

dander. ings against Jesus of Nazareth, K. Call is Defendant I have levied upon and will offices will be oj>en for the traataction of
I for sale before the Court House door in the official buiness, from 9 to 2 y'clock day, Sunday's
The balance of trade must have lc'nll.rge- The Future-be Careful. from renting his character or expose every. .

|Ir i in favor of the South, or they would not Now, when the price of cotton, of provis- precepts, which are indeed, for the BY THE: bTEV. city next 01, within Tallahassee legal hours, on ,the the following first Monday tract in of April land The extepted.n'es>ity and propriety( r>t regular and specified

ave drawn so heavily on the North for spc- ionsof labor, indeed the price:of all merchandise the precepts of Moses and the : CITY OK TALX.A or so much thereof as will satisfy the debt due, to hours of business in public offices, are recr>gnized by

tic as they did a short time since, so as is high, ani when negroes are being offered You have heard me style him, ol the Revenue Act( wit : tand usage, and are tx obvious to require explanation. -

tightentbe Hanks for a few days into in large numbers twelve months1 Teacher of Nazareth' for that d is co.itinucdiu luil A tract containing 200 acre*, more or less, lying. .
jo 0 on a and of Tallahassee the C. W. DOW' Slate.
and being adjoining the city on Sfcretary
iringent measures.AU credit, it is somewhat difficult! we know, for the Jews take to be his due.. .. That-there North, better known as the former residence (>f defendant JOHN LEARD, Comptroller.
these influences operate against trade, the money-loving and enterprising to keep -----.--- --.-- -- l following Taxes II now occupied aid in possession of M. A- W. R. HAYWARD, Treasurer. -

.jobbers will not buy any more goods until subdued a speculative disposition, and ptirsu* Stock of Cotton. ou the first day of Long, Esq., which has a fine three story brick dwelling I). S. WALKER. Reg. Public landt.

the sales with the country increase-until his usual lie is be. Comparative Stnlfmc-nt (.f the Heceipti and other necessary out houses situated thereon I!. S-UAYWARD, Clerk Sup. Court.
course. to
must be patient and not quiet very apt the Torts, at the Latest goods, wares Levied upon all I the property ol said defendant, and February J, ISiLI tf -
that time importers I come impatient in growing rich by sure and 1651. \' cents on every to be sold to satisfy said w rit of }'ieriF'acias. for the.
endeavor to force matters fatter than circutn- slow strides under such inducements stock of Cnarles Morrison. New Ycrk Agricultural Warehouse
to speculation Xew Orleans. .February :5. .6 1. in trade on use ,
wsces: will admit." but must now make a greatly increase Mobile.. . 21. .: ., : I as Ihe same can A. A. FISHER, She.iff.Februarv22. 18JT.and 191 WATER STREET.A.

ed.rflort. Txa . 4' 15. ,! : .i !Si. 7 2t B. ALLEN CO. .
-. at the einense of his own. nf'ari__ _ami._ &
-- - --- -- -- - -- -
The Aauaustration and the Boston --I-n-- Florida.. 'a 17. .102. ';:: : wares antI mer- 7
Ihe bapl'inessuftbose subject his commands.To I. I traders,) who shall Groceries &c: the most extensive assortment cf PIOWJ
Outrage. Savannah. 25. .2 ) J ( I HAVE
New York Day Hook has the following male this efiort, he buys negroes, lands, Qurleston,. 27. .: ,, day 01 April next, JUST received per" Tallahassee"from New Orleans, all ki-! of Agricultural and Horticultural
et cetera, at an extravagant price. lie com- X. Carolina: ,. 1;. . hundred dollars 60 barrels superfine Flour, Implements and Macliinery. ALe all kinds of Field-
notice of Mes Dust Poudrettc. rla. Ac.3S .
df&lings with the higher law gentry of New and perhaps succeeds in making a good crop ; I. ,: ,: ) \, Such r the tax commence shall be WOO 2000 pound" Canvassed Ribbed Sides llama, Bone\: Orders, .from ikrchaata-tt'r. and Planters, will be

1'ork and Boston : and thousands will, doubtless, undergo toil, and Increase in Receipts 126,849 bales. Ihe next fiscal year. 1 hogshead Brown Sugar punctually attended tc- .

fatigue extraordinary to accomplish the same one half per cent January 25,_135J.___3 .
letter the 10 Leaf
"Yr. Webster kn Trritt(-n a strong to J xporis to Fvfeiyn Ports. kegs Lard .
the odiuumtrution will result, and the will !be 1 bbL .
and if perhaps
tmoo Committee carry consequences The American Agriculturalist. -
To the latest dates,. .. .. .185(- unimproved town
the sentiment AnJ principle-* of that letter there a reduction in the price of the staple 44 M 1 Lard Oil P. iL Tallahassee
cut great . . } every hundred dol DR. NASH will receive ub-
vould be hope ol it jet; but writing i is one thing and by reason of an excess of supply! bringing Also, 1 barrel White Prepared Hominy cri Jti'm for this valuable paper- 51 a year-

iann' u quite atiotlier. To a Union committee or a with it a revulsion in the business world.I .- Increase in Export,. .. .. .. | Phjsician-Dentist, 4 BERRY" unbolted" ROWLES Rye Flour. bound volumes 51 25 each very neatly bound. Old
Town mectin? Mr. Wcbntcr will make a tremendous I Auctioneers tc.
subscribers Dr. Nash.
Property will decline in "all.c and the load of Stock on hand at thf Port.To one per cent on 22 ISol. can pay
eppeai m bebalf of the Union; but dare he, or dare the income. February 7 tf SOLON ROBINSON, General Agent
Seward l5m i debt which he has the latest dates .. . '
J'rcadeat make: OUt ;:ie move against 1i0 needlessly incurred, will : -. between the' January :5. lI. 3--- -.
Seward office holder because hejifhigLcr M .. .. Superior Liquors. .
Dare thcv displace} a be the means of misery and suH ring not onlyto a tax ol ten dol
lav" man, U'Cjiuisc be U'h'eves the fugitive FIFE HOLLAND PREMIUM COTTON GINS.
in superior GIN. .
himself "ut also to the unof.
Dare deal with bim many cases Increase in stock.. .. . . 1
la\e law "TOIIR i they as and between the J PincL Castillion Brandy, TAYfjUIt CO.. Proprietors of I the Co--
The revulsion
helpless. which ET.
I thief bucause he does not believe fctealing a crime a tax of tire dcl- 4 Madeira Wine extra quality, : Cotton Gill Manufactory. have the sat-
Jfi ll' Tbi-y Lavt: nut the courage to carry out their own effects, at first, the farming community, will The Committee appointed at the j pure Port Wiae, istoction to announce to their patrons and Ihe Planters -'

pnnaplti TheY dare not proclaim the opponents of extend itself to every branch of business, an'in'oh'c Gee Lodge, No. 21, to draw suitable: between 1 bbL Irish Whiskey a very superior article.In generally, throughout the Cotton growing region -

this kvi entiTiiff to the constitution whose! absolute the whole in cne common injury, ex. pressive of the feelings of this years, a poll tax ot store, and for sale low by tbat they.aie prepared to supply any number
t requirement* & fulfill: and because they dare not the Court House officers who will thrive of our Most Worshipful Urother, IIE G EO. iL BEST WICK of their celebrated PREMIUM GI.NS.
aid do not,they neglect t<) fulfill the duties devolvingupon cept Grand Master of the Giand, Lodge of r's seventy-five cents: February 15, 1551. .,6 Where these Gins have been once used, it would
them as execouvv officers of the government and fatten upon other men's follies. Does : leave to submit the accornj>nniiig exempt from tax-- be deemed unnecessary for the Manufacturers tony
-The ftrwck-ut and the Sfcretary of State can write the history of tbe past justify us in this pre. : Resolutions for the consideration ot t mental or bodily al- Bank of the State.of Florida." a word in their favor, as I they feel conHdent the machines '
and talk and but don't they ad f .Ac- WHEREAS, The Gieat Architect of have b such that-
}proclaim why diction ? The revulsion may be stayed by the ol the owner of the eu.brought to perfection
undersigned having accepted
lion. u what we now want-not words. \\1ica they has seen fit to call from time to THE appoint- their superior performance recommend them
happening of short ctops or other causes unseen of CommL.--ioners under the 4th secti.m-of
Vyall to tut the Day hook gave them three cheers esteemed friend and brother Most \\' <, Barouches in preference tn.ll! other Gin now in m For tho-
but-it as'much ; the of the General of the State entitled
Tri the "rest of nunkuid and we declared our- may be looked for with M. Henry Gee, thereby removing from Chairs, Sulkejs and act Assembly satisfaction of tho;e who hvenot used the Gin;
u Bank in the of Tallahassee
acl\! *their friend and eupjxnters and would have certainty sooner or later as that the rule holds bright example, buth as a man and as \' cents on every An act" t incorporate 24th a 1851 receive City subscriptions -! and are unacquainted with I heir reputation, the Proprietor -'
gone u tr and as strongly with them and for them good. ** We know the future only by the past." members of this Lodge have ever approved January ", ; need only say, that the FIRST Premiums'
the Stock of the State Bank of
to Capital
u uy paper in the Union but when we see them insulted This state of be and be knowledge and revere: And exhibited for sale have been awarded tn'thcmmnrthe BEST GIN exhibited -
things can ought to that in
notice writing -
,snubbed bearded and defied in their very dens i. and members of this Lodge, having of this city, a tax of hereby give subscriptions at the great Slate Fair held at AIanta: ,Gecr-'
averted by all. Let him who whether for the Stock of said Bank
by lach unmitigated scoundrels as Thurlow Weed buys, sense of Ms worth aud tirtuebv constituting Capital gin; also, at the Alabama'and'Georgia Agricultural
a hu satraps-when we flee them cowering before negroes, lands, hordes or mules, pay the mint as that of our Lodge, feel That there will be received by them ct the office of Henry L and Mechanic's Fair, held st Culumbns ; and at the
hen called from the transient Rutgers, on the first day of March next. The said annual Fair of the South Carolina
the mittrablf frecwiil vhig faction of New York, drops. Avoid debt as you would a dead I)' labor : following License Institute at
.fnid to stir or turn becauN tliey may distract the c'iI. and our word for it, that neither depres. to the eternal refreshments of a i U'K criptions to be Recompensed with twenty per cent Charleston. The Colton ginned 011 these Gins received -
of the amounts in gold or silver. The '
-hI pany we cannot refrain from expressing our immortality, to unite in the general or vinous li- respective the first t Premiums at the exhibition held in
sion in prices nor revulsion in tbe business books of subscription to be kept ,for the of
tLor Ins decease Therefore open space Charlt' tonSoulh Carolinaand ai Fair where
ugh cunvicUmi that they have not the courage to sorrow at; : quart, a tax ol six every
fulfill tiiur great trust and are not 'thc men for the i would will over touch the hem of your gar- Jletolttil, That the members ol t ; sixty days, and' ifa"t that time more than the whole sample: of Cotton from them have"teen exhibited.

tact: As far as they go. we are with them and will muni".-ChambersIa..) Tribune. heard with deep and hcarl-ftlt s and Bowling Alleys, amount of the" stock is fourd to be subscribed the entire The Propiietors have in tjieir possession nnmerom -*
luppcrt them but if'thcy j enust in refusing to makethe of our M. W. brother Henry Gee, called, used for hire, stock will be divided among the subscribers in certificates from Planter", Cotton Brokers Commission -'
offensive it is eelf-cvi lent ter of I he Grand Lodge of Florida. proportion to their subscriptions.JAMES Merchants, and Manufacturers Cotton
T one Important Decision.In .
that the a in 'he 6 JlffolceJ, That as a mark of r; used for hire, a tax K1RKSEY, Soods, testifying that he performance: of 'he Gins
only there is the least
J "a -he hope the of \Vm. G. Ponder JSO. W. .ARQYLE. ... .
they must left behind to fight appeal executor, ory ol our departeJ brother the and the samples produced by them cannot. be ex-
o tel.uc battleg alone. tpec ctn L them that the I against. Mary Graham, the decision of the Supreme Lodge will wear the usual badge of horse wagon used lor DAVID C. WILSON } ComaAmmtn.ROBT. celled by any Gin ever manufactured.All .
af/Uc AMES T. ARCHER, orders-'for Gin, piven'either tn
onr travelling
thirty days.Ilffolctd
jjl Court in which .
Jple not help thic who dare not or do not help was pronounced on Friday .
That a copy of the abov carriage used for W WILLIAMS or local Agent, or forwarded to the Proprietors by
tcecvt" last t, the question of the validity of an act resolutions be furnished): by the t'C'1 l' hacks and carri- ,IY. L. RUTGERS, m'aiT, will always ncei're prompt aUe'ntion. Gin'

OCALA of the Governor and Legislative Council, pass. ilv of our deceased bntlu'f. ". Talkhassee, Feb. 8,1851. 5 [SentineL will bd sent, fo any pare of .the country, and. warranted -

AEct-s. This paper comes, to I ed in 1-32, divorcing. respondent from her pros-ion uf our profound svmpath in I .' Stable, a tax of -(to give. satisfaction.JOS. .

;:s enlarged and otherwise improved. It is firmer husband was drawn}in ques'ion. The IJftohfdfitither, That the Seed Oats. .. L. DUTrO,. 'Agent..
tions be published in the papers in ; verdTng'goods, Columbus, Ga., Fe'Srflary, : S. IS51. 5 ly *
row, puLls ed LJ Messrs. Grouard and An- proceeding' before tbe Legislature was on thee also in the Masonic MisrelUnv, of one hunched dol JUST received per Wm. R. PctU-s, from New Or. '. r

e"L p rte application of Mrs. Grahanthen. SAMUF.L BOARDMAX. 200 bushels of St LnuU Seed Oat" Groceries.BBLS. "-' _

r CI1 n adJ',arid the decision ofthe Supreme Court IGDALIAH WOOD : shall, for profit with. Feb. 8, 1851. 5 BERRY
"Ktr WES GAZF.TTE."-Mr. Albert R. was, we learn, to the effect tbat the power exercised DANIEL THOMAS. I discount, buy or I r' 20 100 bushelsVhite Com '

Alexander, formerly of Vakulla, has commenced by the Legislature was Judicial in its A true copy from D.the MCDONALD minute i I drawn. upon with any his I A. E. MAXWELL.MAXWELL; & PAPY, JL-D.' r APr.I r &0 -h Mess avy seed Oat :
tie publication at character, and,.hatber .was no jurisdiction 2:2 )15t. 10 Perk
of a weekly February agent lor any Bank I ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS At LAW, S casks Sides ._
pap in tbat body over the subject matter the ; 'and collected I
key tfestuiid of or '
this title, the first TALLAHASSEE, FLORID : 2 tierces S. C. tam
of the absent husband and I dollars in a-
person referred MARRIED. 2 bbl Leaf Lard. .
'"lch h.\s reached Mr. A. has Lad and hundred 5 I .
us. con- every February 8,1851.
to was declared null and void. .. 011. Wednesday, the 2Gth during he G Green Apples;

iideitle experience in newspaper managing, This decision, of course, invalidates everyact D. L. White, Mr. D. LA ich the assessment year :. Coots and., Shoes. 20' ." planting l'otatooa

Znd without doubt, put forth a sheet passed during the territorial government Miss MARTHA A. GREGORY, O"EIR t RUST are uow. opening a large assorttL 10 1 Drums". ,VecanNuts Figsj: ,_ -' .

wonhy of wish him and tliiclzprofessed to act upon and dissolve the County.State. Companies, ment of gents Calf pegged and sewed Boots; also bbls. Reified ". **.'.
patronage.Ve ; anf..at r....:.IWfl I.u..'AAM. :.e\:.,:ft...'ft :.* vvi'.hinthis "- __'_,_,'P,.. ft.. T....fttl.. .... ..--1 I"lnthJ..H...,.. .. P-..,+.., "..,.1fSUtII I. .- 15. _Whiskey. .'l.. .
the publish of the abun. 'UU''"vt IM luauu"u ur I" 4I itiuiviuuao, Ill ; j Commission VbO'" ALCL1 .aa.a j.jw .Ls.nLlng uom ocnocncr 1 laiianassfe nna mot sale \rf
most or
Ant ( Argus, tlC other words to all special laws of divorce. of Florida--Gads beyond the limits ofI ncwed and pegged Brogsns"Seal-and Patent Leather r' ilcNAUGET d t ORMOND.Npport .
success. Slippers; alM> a good assortment' Ladies Gaiters, 23, 18 J. .
Tile in this of January S-v
court case was composed ,
., Middle_,Circutt of FluriJcl-I" I pay every year a lax Slippers,Buskins, Ties, Boots/and Shoes; also a good -
{CvrrcJIokzt.c Anderson, C. J. Semmes, A. J. and Baker, SPRING TERM, A. D., amount the of all corn. assortment-boys, misses and children Shoes. For Sale, to arrive per Schooner Flirt.

t fthc f'Jpcu) Judge of the mid. Circuit. Justice Thompson Archibald Nicholson, by year such next agent pre or February I, 1S51. 4 tf .1 0HO &ACKS Liverpool Salt -

WAEUIXGTON, Feb.. .22d. having_ been counsel in the case, did not Bit VI. ommissiun liaise, 1UU U 10 tierces and 5 barrels Rice.

TV 1 Wiowiitg the Yf Tribune"' upon the argument.-Sentinel. James Nicholson and William N. the agency of such Law Firm. 3 qr.ea.ks Pale and Brpwn. .Sherry Vine
in ] ton of Malcolm Nicliolsozi '' ( : d BREVARD will practice in co-partner G -i. u >
H true) hj js i.honlt WE;' thoroughly discloses From the Edgfield Ad"crti.t.cr.I itt. Administrator on the estate of Ticketsa tax of BEARD -aU the Courts of the Middle Circuit of 1 bale heavy striped Domestics." _
dot in state Jlecead' B.irre.l liiuson and 1 Mariner *
Afaiwchasctts almost a, vinous Florida. Office in Tallaliassee.]
of uificaaon, and that i' President was I WELL DONEGRgENVILLE.-Afl enormous et at, Pe cndants. of billiard rables.'or JOHN BEARD. TIle Litter goods manufactured in South Carolina
Father too j late I wagon.load of Brooms passed through our village O N affidavit, appearing to the pers of every dray T. W. BREVARD. by negro biborr'and.are sent as 8 *WeuI]
than too early in issuingliis"orfamatiSn the first .this week from a manufactory the Court that James :m, or hack or pub. February I, 1S1. 4 tf the attention ojf our friends to them.McNAUGHT.

I near Greenville! C. II. Upon seeing this Averitt Hhl Wiley Hltwitt, three of -all keepers .; '. t ORilOND,. .

.! \Then Huron was arrested in Salem the broom-omnibus drawn in our plaza, we in said Hill reside out of the State, pedlars, azents of Crockery GIu *fand Stone 'Vare.HEIR Newport. January 25.JS51.: _3 :
up within the Ifmil of the Slate of "
of- and all :
Cr the : venders of
tlUeus t1t place would not allow were off" to our office to offer an of hand.con- It in Ordered That Ihe said double the tax t RUST are now receiving a large assort H. BRADFORD,
fCCi t him unl'I the latter plClges' of Crockery, Glass and Stone Ware. 0
gave gratulation to our house-keepers upon the pre. William N. Avpritt and Wiley I aocationcal- 1A TTOaMlY AT LAW
t the .only charge against Urn (l Uurto.n) sent prospect of a "clean Iw-et'p but happen- answer said Kill of Complaint be pur3ued, and On hand a general assortment of Dry Goods Hardware ,
w-ilor in the I otherwise the name shall be taken and Groceries. All of which we will sell on aa Madison Court House, Florida.January
re vied aforesaid
rescue, ,
tizens ailuf. name ing to look hack,.we perceived that the wafY. to them? the Intendant as to be i reasonable terms as they can bo purchased in the market 18, 1851. 2 tf :

asserting tht r rCGITI\g fL.U'EeBAL 01; was off also.-Upon inquiry, we disco' er- Provided. That a copy of this and such License Februnryl,1851. 4 tf _

Enn'> UP TAKK.V FROJ1 ?.LEt.4f) ed IbM the entire load ($500 worth) was en. once a week for the 'ilace of four period than one ..J. LoOTs: SHOES HATS, AND. CAPS. just. received -
f k that tuianite crowd FloriJian & Journal, a ) .i_) and. (or sale bv '
Ut;rxry gtd aged to some dealer in tbe city of Augusta. newspaper Fancy Coods.
of Tallahassee within this I
G ruth rxcitcd that the ttajt call- city Circuses
ou and the Riot act "layo Hearing this state of the case, one of our waggish J. WAYLES I dollars, and or Eques on all IX STORE AND FOR SALE January IS, IS.5. 2 tf

I '. Marshal ,' rlad.- sixty re- villagers perpeiratcd tbe following : JOHN ERSKINE. ) a tax often dol PIECES rich solid and figucred .changeable., Silk Notices .* .
Solicitor an1 of for O ;
Carolinafiends Coujisrl for each exhibition, I Lustre, for ladies dresses; '
Si tcr Ofcorgia, .
?h'er to day and distributed them from the record months after date shall app'lr( the Tjn.
Iu among greeting-and "omc brooms A true copy :- first be obtained S patterns rich embroidered De Lames all wont, SIX
ben The fact, when known i town, And the you holies>that VAU 'will find a R. C. signd by theTrcas- 6 dozen linen Cambric Handkerchiefs assorted Judge of Probate for th County of Leon '
tended March 185t. 9 for letter of final dismission as Administrator of I th. -
to 8. Ihe Ribbons assorted. '
( colored
excite, rather than quiet public Full supply for all rooms. ax assess 12 pieces rich '
your .
rehng. sud. .- To which the attention of the Lathes is respectfully estate of Jolmes.Black1i. ge, late- of s:1 d',Cruoll, de
have *
knives "
and bowie '""
Ilistls chambers and House and Lot at P ceased.
eV'cn&- .
dely Sweep your morn who shall offer invited, by J. C. DAVIS. ;
become scarce in this marKtt I isVQsthtRtn Sweep with Carolina brooms HOUSE and LOT for sale in this city, January 25, 1831. S [SentineL EDWARD EEAC1LlDCAdxn'r.
A OF And from councils out Stevens .M.TIIE' January 25. IS:I. 3 6ra
SIGN rARXCSTE your weop ;; S'ul', now atax of onr hun.
if tle "Tribune" is ote t.ic ex ting Uowcll Cobb and Bobby Toomba. E q., it offer- at to sell shall first be In. Store, for Sale Cheap,. > : > 'p*
Congr q do is Enquire of M. D.-P py. or S. S. .!as'tforeyaid under a Notice.
ought to levyof
to A Conven.lion Hotel. Much 8, IS51. do, of a double tax to A LARGE, well assorted, Dry-Goods, including months afterdate, i the undersigned pre-
Milta in the middle States to enforce the law :7: In the Virginia Constitution :JL. BLmkets'Blauket Coati. Print, Ginghuus, Negro SIX his account arid vouchers,to the Honorable

?? -"Ssachusetts with n concentration Of the now sitting, the cpmnvtee upon thq sub. Petit Gulf Cotton That every Da. Kerev6O!naburg9, fancy Casginiers.Twreeds, Ca. Judge of Probate of Leon County Administrator

V off Boston ; and it' will come to.this. jeci qualifications for members of the Slate I BUShELS fresh Petit Gulf 'such occupation ,in einetts,Boots, Shoes/Hats, Books'l'sper, Ae Call irx on the estate of George W. Harrell. late of Leonv
clause of 1 fl O Dentist before and geta bargain if you wish to save a few,dimes. County deceased, and apply for a.final di3cbr4from
another She/B rebellion, i iCtlie people of 'Assembly, hive mude a report, one : jJJ rcceivedandforsaisbjr... pur DAVIS' ,
> t J. C.
tbe administration estati
limits of this ot said
) suffer such incendiaries as are which 1 and' obtain a license January 25,1851... BENJAMINBYRD.. Adn'r.
Ncwport.MnfCb ,
numerous among them to go on priests ofe'ery denomination" from holdingseals. failure "refusal no Fort Sfansbury, January IS, IS31. 2 6m
:' above .le5sed.o'' Pig's Feet.

Oow GALLAKTUV. the Ohio Conven. ,-That all Ordi KEGS ( fine article)just received am' ftr Notice .
0 BARRELS very
A .
lion Washington ult. Planting Potatoes, conflicting with the 20 J. ,
the of suf. :7 A \% letter of the 25th sale 1"ILLlAltS..
prooiiion to clt.On11he DU
| right McNAUGHT
be and months fJfr diUFI shall make application! h/
jeto negroes received twelve rotes; tbat to rays-Land warrant are in demand. They Newport, March 1. 1851.: I. nuaqllS5l.) : ..1 SIX Hi>Ho able Jod fllif fr.6bat0 iafnd for tbs

ipatthe same pririlege women obtained may be quoted at 8120 to $125 for 160 acres Crii.on0 d. this 21th day of :- ,' :" O .ltl..sf.lefttrJn[ ; tar f.tlu'of.diemission. and

? **Ven' What are W.*,lolhink rib gal. an4 for 40 acres, 40 a $41. Dimes and half ; .LlYne .; ; ;j 4:, p'ncliarjp; u tt-'gtrj of tM last will and te.tl. .
-* L1fT oft State where dimes and American half dollars are worth BUSHELS con r.J 'l1t : HOOP, Iniendant. I i' Cake Th0E0.at4 Tv't"bj ole mett ot James M. Hart, late of mid Cr"Mv. d.e'n.
the fir 00 '
') '
': sex u not as .' : >McX AUGHT : t1.t. I.-Z iieUGlIT A O ANN HART
o.\taJr U 11 ?Cvttffttffia iwo per ccut. pfemtunji" lrrt Marsh J .. $ O 51 to -t
negro TiJfgraph.. e 165V : e1.rtpee. ; Jifferioa CcunJy, February i, 1SI1. | fa




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Journal.PUBLISHED Tax Collector's Sale. tl The Quincy Male' and Female, I !tgal tbvtrtiztlUtl1tB New Goods.
ilc) lori inu & COTTOJ GINS I T TIE Subscribers have just
:3Y htue of the power vested in me by Jw. I ACADEMY. Barque R. lL received n.r .
have levied upon and shall e\po for t1 -- JESSE II. In the Circuit Court of the State of Florida tock of Gcoiis Gamble a laz aj It\ti i
EVERY"SLTURDALVENING. >rethe Court House door, in the city of Tallahas- TIE Eer"of MOXDAT this In ttutu will 0 rct for the Southern Circuit i and for Monroe tides viz: consisting in Wt of the -- Ibtir I

e.on the Monday in May next, the ( QIX aiANUFACTCBEB, o FIR 18:1. To .
frt otowinl Female Department! bo under the charge Couty. Suars-bmwn, yellow, hed 1
TEEMS : will
cruch thereof CHANCERY.
rupeity.or B pay Palmyra, lie County Georgia AMANDA O. EN0:nitd by her sister anti ML' IS C.ott'l-e-lt.,. Laguy. grannkted 4 t_,
nd County Tax due thereon for Ibi andII
,r in advance -
S'H"EE DOLLA per annum, paid wit sear 1E5. inform his friends and the ELIZABETH A TW A TEn The Principal Illeve William E. Williams, ) Chocolate-Cocoa 4 Broma
within tnontl.s. incidental to : public gene
.ULFirpaid six expenses WOULD
ttRcc A
AVD land known Forbes' that he continues the above business at be has now obtained II for come past Cs.. }Ditorc. Teas-black and green
AH that t tract parcel of t
FOUR DOLL t HI. if not paid until the end oil lic>eaQrJ or a
'iirchise, within the limits of Leon County, con. hi,old stand, where he will be happy supply then been endeavoring to secure-the co-operation such, A Wii! ) Bread-Pilot and Navy

-These fenns will be rigidly adhered In, an< tiiing t 14-3,720 acres,more or less,said to belong to with a rate article. As an evidence "of the TC.cl't a will give a high character to the Female TT appearing by affidavit to the satisfaction of this Crtckt"r-butk.r,1rakr.Iemoo.9Ol1a'tJgIr,1) _

no paper w ill be discontinued untilall atrrarag:iar tie Apalachicola Laud Company. quality frt work, he would state that out of the Department, and afford every facility to Young Ladies -L Court that the Defendant Ann Williams residesout -q

paid, unle at the option olt the I publishers Sub U. large number sold by him the past year, not one has to acquire a thorough Education,both in the solid antI "of this State and in the State of New York on Chcesc--Mp sao,pineapple,F .
cribers will be receuvd for three months at On- !fC'R.EXY. fail ati"faction-and ornamental branche illca Exo R. Solicitor for the Flour-Northem. dairy 4
Tax Collectoi, Len d to gi\e perfect would a. reference The arc rucorumunletl motiou of S. Mallory, Complainant .Duckwbeut
Dollarx\ montl ut $lIJ..' Kvcry older tar tin Nosem!, r isrc) 41 l. give the name o any one who has one of his ( by genUemen of the highest autliority. The elder Candlc.-adanan and pure It nl

paper out of his county tnu t be accompanied' Gins in use. He i is intending f'flarge hi'etablsh. of tliem Los been for several years engaged as Prnr- It is Ordntd, That the Defendant do- appear andanswer Sowps_a great variety, pcrm.

I Ihecnh, unle the order corne! through any of out Sale.PY this which: pal of flourishing demur to Bill Spices-pimento
Tax ment considerab'y year by 1 8101 in Memphis (: plead, or Complainant's on or ginger, pepper, mace
regularly authorized agents in the Stale. power ,vested in me by I be enabe to fl orders (which last year Il was on- where she gained : rt'ruuto ai an amli h- before the first Monday of June next otherwise the cloves, tmbt.---n

1) shall: expose for ale, before the Court lw.at Gins if possible,superior any ever ed and successful Tehtr. They intrc I same will be taken pro confeo: Provided Publication Essence* .a great variety,

A D V J II TI 8 K M eXT 8 Quincy, in the Co'intv of Gadsden, on the cecondMonday manufactured. in Southwestern Georgia. He thinks the branches of an English course, together "ith Music (If thw Order be first mode in dome newspaper Abo figs almonds raisins, currants ritrnn

Will be inserted al the rate orOne Dollar per square of April next the following described that every year's experience enables him to make a French,Drawing, }'antlg.Ebroittr iex, tc.- in this State for the term of three months. anges dried apples, dried peal*.canK-Y.r",

ol twelve lines for tae not,and lilly cent toreac!, ;ierlor so much (thereof as will pay the Stale pro.and little better article. The Principal will t'ke chl e :\ Department January 27th,1851. Re.White Beans,Split Peas'chon Market. ,

su'Meyient insertion. A reasonable deduction County Tax due thereon for the'"e.1S30, and tilt Deini a racl icalmechanic.and w it hal,delermint He will be aided by Mr. M. }LCLAHKF.and JOS. B. LANCASTER We have also recruited our .lock of

willb* made on legal notices! estate notice*,yearly ieces4ry expense!incident thereto, to wit: thatnon but Ginsot the very first ch"s manufactured such othernssisthnts as the wants of the School may Judge Southern Circuit, State of Florida and hollow wares,dry-good.-hats turP.1I.rt

notices .attr.1t1on. by persons having The \hoU of what is called Forbes' Purchase" I i in his shop.he feels satein'warrantmg% themto require. The Institution i is furnished with a extensive February 1, 1851. 4 3m and it U now very complete. saA j&Jt2T

regular accounts with the office.AH lyin in Gads.len. County, or so much thereof as will operate to the.satisfaction ol the purchaser. He Pliil
announcements of candidates: for office, FIVE pay the Tax aforesaid bounded on the Est bv the will deliver them tree of charge to purchasers at rata-; tin,together with a well selected State of Florida. McNAUGHT & OlUIoj 1I8nal+'

POLL ARK-invariably in advance. No attention Ocklocknee River, and on th.West bv the _
will be paid to any orderlor announcement,unless River. HUGH O. McLE\N, engagements made with his travelling -pnl., numbror specimens clttc both in our own and in -- ---- r
accompanied with the ca!h. Tax Collector for Gads len County.- or order to the Proprietor at Palmyra shall be foreign cutrco. n.r superior advantage t 'ho Martha Devalt, } Bill for Groceries, &0. -

All re1iioum3rriagemI obituary notices pub. October. 12, 13O. 40 Cm promptly attended to. student Micnce nUl f serve to interest him in I studies 1'8. > Divorce. TUST received at the
William W. Devalt. new Store
lishedctatuitously ; but editorial notices for private :Repairing properly done in the most durable A.new Larger than > J
Uoadn.Iuu-con.iderbly TT satisfaction of I the Conrt. affi- 2 qr.casksCog.Brandy, 1 box f
appearing by imJlt'rial
benefit,\\ill be charged as adveiliseiueuts. Tax Collector's Sale. the () t( occupied H now in a healthy bbla.RectU Tea
.I 5
1 davit in this case filed, that William W. Derail Whiskey, 2 $ bbL.
manner.OIe: i is also Ascent (for Ihe ale of Chapman and ittired part of the town, for the accommodationof Cranbmi
WORK. BY virtue of the power vested in me by law, I & Co.'!CAST IRON HORSE POtVER SUGAR ( Teachers and Students. This will be the Defendant in this cause, resides beyond the jurisdiction 1 Maying 18 boxes'Rai-in.,
Jon shallexpoefor: sale,before the Court House at MILLS in Southwestern Georgia and Florida. bou' kept of this Couil, and out of tile Stale cf Florida, 5 bogs Rio Coff.-e :0" Goi hen ni

We are well prepared 'to execute Job Work,Fuchat Quincy)., in the County of Gadiden< on the seconu Contracts can be made with my Travelling Agents by tie lrndpnl who besides. paying every attentionto but in some other part of the United States: 2 bbK. Crushed Sugar, 10 ke', M -*
tie and morals of the Butt1.
bills,cards, blank.,pamphlets,&c.,with neat- '..1' Monday. in April next the following described pro- Any information wanted with regard to the cost and committed l1h,his cliarjrc, will also also StudenL It it Ordered, That the said William W. Devalt 1 barrel lob<.c., 5 bbK Dried App '
ne'J and despatch. All! work of this description ptrt),or so much thereof a wi pay Ihe State and I operation of these mills, can be obtained by addressing in their the hours a"Lit dret do appear and answer said Bill of Complaint within 1 TMSvrup. 6" p .

except for persons having \\earlv) accounts withI County Tax due thereon for year 1S30, and the me at Palm\ra, Lee Countv,Georgia vd ttm -,l ttulC. during Board not ou- three months or said Bill will b. taken pro eonfetsoagainst 4 i bla.MackereLNo., 1, 5 kegs Leaf Lard

he office, must be !paid fur on delivery. necessary expenses incident thereto to wit : March 30,1 l! 5rj. I: J 1ySheriff's j vill fmm8 including washing said Defendant and that the came be set for 4 boxes Claret, 2 box* aborted CJT*

'---'- --.--- Six hundied. and forty acres ol land, Ijing on range at pricesvarying! to10 per montL hearing during the next Terra of said( ourt in March: 4 Cider. 1 bLt Prime Pork
fioard obtained in .
Rock Creek, purportjnu to belong to L. S. Catlinor Sale. lay alA b !en'rl rlptLp next : R Va. Tobacco 6 -; DucnLeat
TOWLE & MYERS faniiliiM in the A brick .
.') much thereof as will pay t the Tax aforl. place. Academy And it is Jtirthir Ordered. That this Order be 6 com. ;3 tier S. '
Watchmakers and Jewellers, HUGH o. MCLEAN, BY virtue of : wnt of lIen facia*, i-sued from tl'C procexof con-tmction and i H expected to b ready published in some public newspaper printed in (this 5 boxes Star Candles. 2 bbk Dutter tured

procured l Ihe service Tax Collector for Gadsden County. rk'.I.mct of the Circuit Court fir tie County : fur the reception the School sometime during; the I State once a week for three monthsand that Complainant Soda Biscuit,itt.
1 I'--TA\'I\G ALLEN, formeily o{ October 12 1SVJ. 4f Cm of ':1 Middle! Circui of Fur.IJn.in The Union fint fseotioiLFor take testimony in the came. All of which are now in store, and Ibr

frn- _'. his city,they are now prepared to B:ink of Florida i" plautif.III \llm S Murntv.Atlmmtrator further particulars} respecting Board, Tuition, I THOMAS .BALTZELL Judge. small advance for C L,-b. The citizen of this lIIIte Ita

execute all wort in the above lioewtth ptomptness Tax Collector's Sale. of ( ;ail Hagan, i' Illfl'1lt. "l &c, Act, we printed Catalogue, 'hicl may b obtained October 16, .:o. vicinity are respectfully invited to give me a place ti1I. and

and ;in the most satisfactory manner. To our Iriends virtue of the power vested in me by law, I have: levied UI"'o and will expo.o for ":1( the bv application to A true copy-Allest. J. C. DAVH
attention BY Court IIou-c iltwr, in the citV of TalLiluwof, on the N. II. STEWART. Prinepal.QuincyDcc1mber2Sj85O. C. L. CARRUTII, Clerk.
a< t distance, an early lo all work \\hich I shal expose for sale, before the Court House al Jonuaryll,185l. 1 & L
fir-t Monday in M ithh legal hour*, : 51 By M. A. CAHRCTH D. C.
may be lorwarded to us, will bt? i\'en. in Ihe County of Gad-den on .the second J'thrty.ncxt -
TOWLC & MYERS. Monday April next,the following described the f.Mowing 11< jrJrty,ti> wit: ----- -- December 7, 1'1,0. 4S 3m Leon Female Academy.

SentrmSer, 25., IS:O. 3S If nertv. or so much thereof a nav. thp ht.pro-"n.. W S W J fccttin4_ ; E 1 S E J n-ction 15 ; E 4- .TAILORING.. . __ -- -. I mIlE Trustees of the Leon Fpm.i_., i.j_. .
-_-- -- County Taxes due thereon wi 1S45.tioii; N E t section 15, in lownmp 1, Jtaiige 2, Nand '11Ht suo.crioer would inform Ihe citizens of Tal. state 01- rioriaa. JL this method of informing- -the---- pnbfic.v"WY t
Towle & Myers, containing 210 ncre., or lo*. cethal he has commenced I the above business that
sive, and the necessary expenses incident thereto, to JOn IN LEON CIRC UIT COURT-IN ATTACHMENT.John have opened the above Institution aider the
on hind,and ate now receiving new and wit : Levied. UlOIIl the property of said defendant. and and respectfully solicits a share ol' public W. Argyle, tt-ndence (.f W. I*. CCTMXGIUY, of South

HAVE a-wurtmenl of GOOD?, consisting ot Two hundred and forty acres of land in Gad d'n to IHS :ll taul writ of lien f itias. patronage. t"$. 1 ASH1mpQit which Institution will afford all the advantages j

Gold L.-vcr Hunting Watches, County purporting to belong to Robert Jimewn, 01 A. A. lSHER. Shrf! Store opposite Ihe Fori.la Exchange. Insurance Company of I Sum sworn to thorough and refined education. We nope to .
Gold Anchor Lever do 3, 1S31. 61- \ U3- Garments cut S7G 00.Protection place j i
so much thereof as will the aforesaid such
pay Taxas ly J'mtL'r ; New Jersey. J J on a footing a- to obviate the neos.ity Silver Lever Hunting do ing on Flat Creek. HUGH O. McLEAN, --- November : 1550. JAIE SE IPLE defendant and all others interested are here- ing our children: from home to acquire knowledm
Silver Anchor Lever do Tax Collector for Gadsden Fresh Provisions Flour : THE
County. &c., notified of the institution ot the above suit Terms prr &/"i01& of Fire JlrmlM"
Lapine a\ d common doGentlemen's October I2, 1S50. 4 > Cm .
and Ladies Bootn Pinsa sreneral assortment PER w. n. Irrn: FROM >f'ORLE\Xs JOHN PRATORIUS, by attachment. and are required to appear at I the TIle FiM Class, in which will be taught all the IWu.branehex

of Ear anJ < Gold Guards and Tax Collector's 1 3 KRI-S.. next: Term of Leon Circuit Court, and plead to the of an English Education also j
Finder Ring Sale. 1h FLOUR [OF TIC LATE FIRM OF HULL &PRATOKirss,] declaration filed in said cause. latin bi
Greek desired
Fob and Vest Chains Seals G.ild and Silver
Keys virtue of the power vested in me by law I inform; Ids friends an.1 the ARCHER & COPLEY.Attorn jy (I(
10 do. cl. dl" d.l. public
Pencils.Gold Pen,Gold and Silver Spectacles, Gold t WOULD !'tond Wax*-Spelling. Reading GeorgrapliyJ
Sleeve, Collar'! and IJ,sf m llultons, Silver I iVail, and Ihall'pose for sale before Ihe Court lInue< al !C.i>ks Siili"? awl Slulul.ll.ro.r II has taken the store Lately occupied s fur Plaintiff. Arithmetic. EnglL.h Grammar Natural H*
Quincy' County of Gadsden the second by C. IL DpC'pmhpr 1 C'I). SO 3m
Gold and Silver Thim'jles 4 Tieree SthooIryV iclioioti's Howl all adjoinf store lately Ancient and
Shell Card Case, fine of April next the lutnet's. tory Composition, Modern Hit -
Fan*, Silver and Huflalo Comb Monday following described property and St: g.t Shay'- S'Igarcuf.J Ikuiis, x-cupied by wljr he will be plean-d! In Chancery--Madison County.BILL <-ry, Rt-citjitions. .
: or much thereof as will the State and to attend to the and "g 0.
wants of
.\l.t9, French Mantle Clocks, Table Knives, TeTrajs s pay 4 :" l"I .,. and Ibm <,1. those who may bedL.po'ed Third Clns*-Sptlling.Heading.ritin.Arith-;
Tax due I'l
County thereon for the ; FOR DIVORCE.
Ware year ISo'J and Unnecessary So BbK Mi- uiI 1 Poik. to patronize him in his line of bu ine *. tic .
: Puled and Silver Silver Table and TeaS Irl'; ) me ,-Geography/History English Grammar -
expenses incident theretolo wit : I 1 He ha by the late arrivals, a tholcr and Situ Cason next friend of Susan Murphy,
PlateJ Fork" Cr-orn ant S Ladles ,)ooi, Spoons up Seven and r Glrit.. al.l Sugar, ISM
Plat<-d %WHite, do. Tea Scl., Castor-, Candle- hundre fitly acres of Land hing on ID rle Apples, '1-r'11 / of Clolfn, CnMunrrti, l'entitii/s, ".. }urth, Cla.-Spelling. Reading Writing, jg
( ting to foi
Crooktt belong to Armitcad f'anry: lhJal '>, a gi n'rtil awsrttnrnt ofJ ArnoldIurphy.
btick S Ur Lamps, Silver and Gilt Girandoles. lurpol 25 PLuiling l'ot\toc' }Au.qe GJ
Raney. the affidavit the Solicitor in the above-
Al o. dule ban elcd Gut, Shot and Game 1JEUIIY .t ROWLES. KA D Y-JLIIE. CL O T1IIXG, UPON French: 10
tnt HUGH! O. McLEAN, that Arnold Murphy in said l'U
n.t. "k<.fine Knues. Porte Monniei, January 4, 18 1. All of \ihicli. I flatter nspondent BY THE
(locke Tax Collector for Gadsden County. ; : mv:1r are equal in style' and suit, has removed and still is beyond the limits of TRUSTEE.
port lotiYiolin Claroncts, and Flutes, tine Razors -- --- -- --------- l January II, 1851. 1
October 1', 1S1U. 40 GUIB quality quite in ca' 1'any (otht-r that 'will be the State of Florida r
Strops Sic.Hest - --___ __ New Store and New Goods 1 found. in this mark.t He will give particular attention -
u It it Ordtreil That said Arnold Murphy} do appear Valuable Plantation for Sale.-
quality and general arfment of Perfumery, Jefferson Tax to hit 1)u- he will merit liberal
County Colector's Sale. ilc.; al,1 Jlups a and answer or demur to said Hill within thiee
&CM &c. TOWLE &MYERS Y viltue of aut hOlly'sted I J. c. DAVIS patronage frtiin the IuLlc months from this date or said Bill will betaken /,ro THE \NTATION whereon the late Jcka E

Seplemcer 2S, 1S"0. JS I expose for sale, belore the Court House shal, 1) ESPltCTFUI.I invites the attention of Ihe in- NovemU-r 23, 46 tf confesso and that a hearing be had thereon at the formerly resided in Leon Ccnntj nor
JX habitants of the of Tallahassee and -- -- -- Lake Erie, containing 4O acre, of which so
Jufhrson city surrounding --- --- -- Ware
of said Court
Jonlicdlo. County, on the first Monday in : next term :
CARRIAGE REPOSITORY, lexl, Section 21, Township I. Range 5South (CUt) to Ins handsome aud1 selected Pure Sulphate of Quinine. It is further Ordered, That publication hereof be cleared and under cultivation. On the pwiia
BY MILLER & BROKAW and East much stock of ,, Winter (;0 t. or so thereof as will pay and satisfy Fal slh'crilers have on hand two hundred and made in some newspaper published in Florida, for lie-
New Philadelphia, and New Orlean. in"Ii THE ce;. out houses, t& This Plantation
Maria Talifaro's double ary wse
I Tallahassee, Florida.TViIEfubscribeis Taxes due the State aid ounces Sulphateof Quinine, which they the space and time of three months. t
would inform their.o County amounting to $15 SIbesides cost and char dins lr\ GOI"I.HIri"'j.de.crip'ion' -; among which have obtained ditecl from the manufacturers, and THOMAS BALTZELL, Judge.A many advantages ,as it adjoin- tliepineyTWHis,,!iere
._. Said Lands will he f.unc Ladies Dres Goods in great variety of the rarge u very good for cattle and hogs. The
ges. are si'uateI in the said County of they will warrant it to be a superior article. true copy-Attest, ev-
public in general Jefferson, and knon as the Harbour Hill Tract. style and juice, and a brzeas oilment of Goods: f'rgentlemens We lia\e enlarged our stock of Drugs and Medicine C L CAHRCTH. Clerk. port and Georgia Plank Road will pa.vivrithin4COtii
: that they are receiving a large supply wear ; Jf'try.U"8., &fe. ; Boots, December 21. IS.'O. .10 Cm BOO vard of the (1-xpllin"_ nail I t}_iint.. rill m...
by re rent an ivai ,and are to execute I S - -----fl----- --y"
ol U.u..a.t and iiics, which they oiler Tat JOIOOTE County. Xhoex, /at.., and Cups; Grourt and I.'lwr.., orders! lor articles in our! line,at prepared wholesale) or retail, line, or through the whole I length of the Plantatki,
for most reasonable Persons Colector Jcliuon
terls. November 2, 43 Cm .fleod' Clothing in great variety stales 1 on the most terms. Middle Circuit. and when this Road u completed which is aider BB-
wishing to buy, are re |11..tcd to cat and examine -:0. ;ualitie, and prices Negro Kerseiis Linsfs.I accommodating tract be done
-- -- i ; to by the 1st of
Jasnary, I85
We have few due for a>
to the
accountsyet us
October aloo
their stock. I'J ) LEON COUNTY-IN EQUITY.
: 4 Jefferson Tax French Bed Mackinaw and Negro Blankets. Plantation whole
County Colector's Sale. I 1S19.) They are generallj in amounts on the line of the Road vOl rorpw
Tax Collector's Sale. E \'iltut of :antlioitly "r I shall I All of which will be sold at sudh prices, for cah, year but if the whole could be paid smal, would go, Tallahassee Rail Road Company Complainant, it for convenience -. It is now offered for sale it t

expose lot s; lo before the Court House door in a? cannot fail to please the most fastidious. Purchasers far towards liquidating certain sums which vs. bargain. Persons desirous of purctasirej! ; Tnll plow
BY virtue of the power \'pslet in me b)hw, I Monticello,.J effersun Countyon t the first Monday in I are ;m/etlo call and examine his stock preti- LEWIS AMES.weowe. Richard Havward Georse K. Walker, Unijn Dank call on Joseph Chair, Evj, who will show them the

have levied upon,and \il e\ose to before February next, the West J of Section 7, in Town- Otis to making selections elsewhere. His store JuneS, 1550. 22CarriagcsBuggiesSaddlesHarness& of Florid.i;, Rurbutt. R. Eetton and Elijah White, land. For terms, tc, apply to me at my residence

the Court House door in town of Madi>.oti, on i ship i 1.01 Range 5,North and East or PO much t thereof is next door to the Sentinel Printing Odice. Defendants. Fort Stransbury,

the first Monday of June next, at the usual hours cfiale I I as will pay and sa'Nfy W. 11. Armislead's Taxes December 211550. 00 &c. IT appearing from the allegations of Complainant's FIa.D J..ufL1 BYRD.

to the hi he-t bidder. the following described due the State and County, amounting to S5 3 besides >- -- - Bill which are verified by affidavit, that Defendant January IS, I8. t. 2 tf
Lands lying and being tu the County of Madison, co t!and charges. Said Lands are situated: in New Goods. D. E. HULL, Elijali: While, is not a resident of the State (.1 -
Florida. \iz: the said County of Jdl Florida but resides in the State of Georgia, so that received bv several late arrivals from 5c
rson. a large and selected stock of T hi CARRIAGE REPOSITORY JUST
The S C 1 o' the N "J of Sec 21.T 1, R 6, S and JOHN WOOTEN OPENING carefully A he cannot be erved with process 9'ibpana : and for sale by C. C. EYED&Co.
I'rilania and Metal Ware c-i Brick offer
F. as the property; of J;: S. 1'.ler"on. to pay the I Tax Collector for Jefferson County. consisting in part of Tea and Bright Colfee.Pots, French. '.!) J=ale Brlct'3 splendid Building, UOCKA-,for It is thereupon Ordered That Defendant Elijah 20 patterns (Ladies Dress) Bareges.

tntl aod ro"ls dUi on same lor the jcars 1S1546, I November 2.. IS.Vl. 43 3m Coffee Pitchers, Candle Sticks of different WAYS. tlrce fUNct without White plead answer, or demur to this Bill on cr 5 do do do Polka do.
47. 4-. '49, and'51). --- -- -- Fi\ertr a .plenri.llut HCGGIP. or before the first Monday in April next, at the perilof With variety of other goods for dress.
Jelly .Moulds, Lantern Cake BjxesCamnstcrs W
Tne N i of the N W I of See 21- T 1. R 5, for CITY COTTON WEIGHER. qualities Glass tops, four } one Fecond-Ijand having said Bill taken for confessed, and as to -ALSOlOANo2Ploughes -

taxes, &,c., due from IS45 to IS O.Also.the" THE undersigned PUBLIC( COTTON WEIGHER t they ofler for, arizj sale variety on reasonable of other articles, which Rockaway, with harness complete, which will be sold hin set down for hearing ex parley Provided, Thata 40 A Xo 1,d

4 N ESec 11, and W J NW. Set the City of Tataha.e. having just returned Also hand terms. very low. copy cf this Order be published for four months, 100 A No 1 and 2 Plough PointALSO
on a full and extensive stock of Tin .
12, T 1. H 9, X and E, purporting to J. J. from the North ]pair of Scads, manufactured Ware. ol \LI 0 once a week consecutively in one of the newspapers -

Uudcrwood, for laves due lierei'n Irom 1SV'D!to 1S30 a.1jiiite
THOMAS M. ANDERSON. Scales and Weights of the .?\tu> I'otk CiHlom gr Lead Pipe Sheet and Cistern /j' y Saddles Bridle, and ] varJ THOMAS BALTZELL, Judge. 10 Cheese,

Sheriff and ex ollicio Tax Col. ,Madi"ol Co. House, is now prepared to received and weigh any Pump for sale. Leac. Copper Guttering Zinc and Job =tr H'-ty of styles; Harness lari al descriptions! 1 ; November 5,1550.A 5 bags Lajruira Coffee,
November 30 1 S3)( 47 Gin Cation brought to this Market. He will Til Hofn1 true from Minute of Court.
attend at Work Axels, Spring", Hub*, YtoAi Frames, Carriage Trimnimgs copy 10 barrels Mercer Potatoes
executed .
the_ Itnnt orl .nu .I.t...:.I.n .I.n. vm; :'. ... ii._ despatch.T. I ,,:_ __ fY5fAR_... .A._ .MVPHS. ...,. Plprfc... I. M 1-_ t'__.:_ t-__
... .. ,
n"o .lwufl tle WHITE CO. anaoiHNr i m'ul <; inuiKvarjiei i>agi v aii- .I.r L.\oua iUilU W .1 ILJUL
A. B. CLARKE, at shortest notice. In conjunction with the September 21, 1S3'). 37 & I PCSc, .te together with other articles requiredin M. A. LONG, Solicitor for Complainant. 12 bags No 5, 6 and 7"Bird Shot,
(FORMERLY CLARKE &HILT.MAN,) Cotton weighing he has a large yard ri the rear of his line a November 0. ISYI.U 4m 24 drums Fresh Figs,

yja TT\VIXG purcha-ed tins interest of Mr. Messrs. Kl RKSY and WI LLI AMS'S1ORES w here Notice N. B. Repairing ilone with 2 barrel superior dried Apples.

| JLJ- Siilltran in their old bu.inet. can be he will receive COTTON FOR WEIGHING OR ON NovemU-r 1850. deJtd1 Jefferson Circuit Court. January 18, lt 51, 2 tf
JI' found at their old stand on Monroe slreet.where >Toil AGE. The snbcrilter'l Ilic attention and ALL persons indebted to Ihe estate of James A. : t IN CHANCERY. /

be will receive in a few days (rom New York, experience: for the last three years at the Depot Fredelkklle of Leon County, deceased, ate Southern Mutual Life Insurance Company Bill for Injunction and Distribution. Notice.

one of the nv>.t.complete assortments ol Headyrmde \.1. he hopes, brin; him the custom of the Plnter reutsl-d.o payment to the undersigned; and oi Louisiana.: undersigned having mace some new amr
Merchants Office having demands against the same, are I ereby Exectors of'William Goodman Complainants, THE
in .
Goods generally.
and Ceiitleinen''a '
Clothing Fancy al1 persowin-
thE been Agent for the above Com in his business, reque-ts
notified to them appointed ..
the time '
off'red in this mantel. Ali'), a assortment Kirkse 's store, where subscriber may be found at present ( prescribedby HAVING future Ie will] W?
ever deeming to discuss theilJIrance debt d to call and It'ttlpup In
gPlera ill limes. law. or they I w ill be barred payment. pay. it unnecessary Eseza Dasher Sarah Waters, Green R. Slater, Margaret -
of Puncl English, and Belgian Cloths, I. F. HEARD: Ojulifk-d Executor. and advantage of the mutual insurance FrancesSlaterJane Elizabeth Slater Harriet no book, but sell his goods exclo.ucry for cash I
Black ani Fantif Doeskins and Casiiintrg, Black CHARLES A. NASH, respectfully solicit the consideration produce and by so doing he wilt be- able to nut
December 21,1S50. 50 &t rnncrlc. "nuld E M. Slater,John G. Slater, William Slater.John ,
cpa,! Pig U!cd Silk Satin, t'a.11ICl and lrtlett City Cotton 11'iigher.Sepfembcr21.1S50. of Tallahassee and vicinity. Any information Goodmanand William Goodman Ellen wood the lowest living prices; which he promises do.

letting, which he is prepared to manufacture" at 1 37 U I relative to it,can L obtained by calling on the and Spain, Defendants. and requests his old customers and others wishing'

the shortest notice and in the most approved stjle. Notice. Notice. lxribcr. S. S. KNIGHT. TT appearing to satisfaction of this Court, by buy low, to give him a call. lie has OD hand apd

The commujity generally are respectfully requested TIE subscriber having taken out letters of Ad- November. SO, 1850. 47 tf JL affidavit made in this cause, that the said Defendants assortment of Shoes, hats Caps. Fhntets,Ctfci
to call and examine roy stock btfore purchasing else TiE firm of Nash & Taylor i is this day dissolved lrlin on the estate of Thomas Cowart, ,with the exception of William Goodman El- and Woollen Goods &c., &c., for'lamilj and plan*
where. Tallahassee October 12, 15 ,'). 40 mutual con ent. Those indebted will do C. C. BYRD & CO.
us late of Hillsborough County, deceased,hereby gives lenwood, lesideout of the State of Florida, beyondthe tion uses. .
the pleasure to settle as soon as possible. notice to all persons having claims againtsaidjeftateto ; \'Tnr4 make very liberal advance on Cottons jurisdiction of this Court but in the United January 4. 551. 52 AMOS RICHARD-
Cash Advances. M. NASH. I present them to me within two jears, property au- to their Iriends in New York. Oct 19 Slates -------

ill make liberal advances October 1, 1b50. J. L. TAYLOR.The henticated, agreeable to law, ar .they will be barred It is:therefore Ordered That the said Defendants, Farming Implement
undersigned \ cash / ASH ADVANCES made on Cotton shipped Buzzard '
THE No.2 Plows
bhi|) 111 of CoLtoicansintd to J. L. of recovery; and all persons indebted, will pleaseto to hlolbrook&NelsunNew York bv Eseza Dasher, Sarah Waters Green R. Slater. Margaret NORFOLK Turning :
< business hereafter will be conducted under make immediate ( Axes Hoes, Spades. Rlteil
Smallnuod, New York. ,! payment. October li, 1S50. 41 F. II. FLAGG. Frances Slater' Jane Elizabeth Slater, HarrietE l1iflWaggoner's *
GIBSON HARRIS. the firm of NASH &. CO who respectfully solicit JOSEPH MOORE. Adm'r. M. Slater John G. Slater William Slater, and Compilers Strawcntters.HandniDlj Burr **
---- -- and.a
Qainry,S\1\LLWOOD, 1'j. 43 & 4m a sharoof the patronage of the citizens generally. Tampa flav. December 21,1S.10. :M 61 Strayed John Goodman, and Spain appear and answer the : Jackscrews;Trace Log. Fifth kc'
They expect to keep on hand a general assortmentof ----- Bill of Ci.mplaint filed in this cause within four Chains; Wheelbarrows,Cartwheels, WeflpuTh'

and Good Jlfcdicinct and such other articles as are Notice, FROM the subscriber al Ocklockonee months from the date of Ihe publication of this Order Just received,and for sale by3IcNAIJGHT
Clothing Saddlery. the 23d 24th November
Ready-made generally kept in their line of business. ,about or t OBSOSRNewport
,or the said Bill will be taken for confessed against -
\ received per Bark Mora from New York, a October 5, 18$'). 3: NASH & CO. SIX months after date, I shall apply to the Hon a bright sorrfl HORSE, 14 or 15 hands them. Dec. 23,1350. 51 t _
JUST supply of Ready-mndc C/otiingand Sad Judge of Probate for the County of Gads- high very thin and spate, with long leg, and awhile !
Ordered That
And His further publication of
dlery, which are offered to the (public on the most New Stoves. den for letters of final di mission as Admin spot in his lace. Any information will be in $100: Reward.
this Order be made some published at
HEIR RUST. istratrix of the Me of thankfully received, or if required, suitably paid for newspaper '
reasonable terms. & receiving from New York Cooking, Parlor. estate of William .
JUST (Grit Tallahassee week lor I he space of four month AWAYonthe 1thJyLLY'
October 12, 1). 40 I Air Tight Stoves of the most approved pat. slid County, deceased. by the subscriber: ,at Quiucy. THOMAS BALTZELL, Judge.A RA. COOPER about 23 years old,i w j
ferns and latest styles. Call and Examine them. SARAH McGRIFF, Adm'x.Quincy 1 iI
'true Attest, inches has Yet
copy- Ugh, of black complexion
December SOO.
T. WHITE CO. December 21, 1 IBM. 50 Cm 7,1 .rt
Notce. lemher2l.| ISM 37 & C. G. FIFE, Clerk. eyes, speaks slowly, and baa a fear on the UPPd
I months fraro ditf .Etrcutor' -- -- Receiving from New York, November 9. IS50. 44 4m of one of liia cars, cant-ing to terminate in i svU d

SIX the last will and te'tamen ol Uz Williams, THE TRUE MEDICINAL Notice. of Goods and Groceries of a point I will pay the above revard :Cor "
FULL assortment Staple
deceased, late of Gad df'n ConlYTi apply to the ALL persons indebted to the estate of John Cole- A in of In Chancery. livery to me in Mobile, U taken out of tJiesat

Jude of Probate of said fna discharge COD LIVER OIL : deceased, late of Madison County, will Brown, consisting Shirting and part Sheet ings, IN JEFFERSON CIRCUIT COURT. fifty dollars for his committal to any jail frOm!.JL

and.settlement u? from said! estate. USEFUL in the cure of Scroful, Consumption please make !paj merit ; and all persons!having demands Bleached do. do. Calicoes, Bill Partition and Distribution Estate. I can get him. An additional f25 Will lepj'te

SAMUEL WOODBURY Executor. ,Dronchitis.Coughs, aainstlaid estate, will please present them, Wood and Willow Ware, fqr of proof to conviction of his being harbored b11D"f
of this valuable medicine is just received, which i is VANS RANDELL. and Common deceased L T. WCODRt11.robjJe.
Notice. warranted pure, and of very superior quality. December 2t, 1950. 50 5 Fancy and Adamantine Candles, r*. January 25, 1S51. 3.1t

IX mnlhuOer date the undersigned Administrator For sale by LEWIS &, AM I ES. Sperm and Loaf David E.IL Scott antI others. -
Brown Sugar,
S May 2 IS 20 Tallahassee Fla. Salt. I TN this cause it appearing from the allegations cf
of the late Robert Fisher will present : Spanish Cigars, assorted Candies, I Fresh ArrivalAT
their final' aC'conntnd vuochentotbp Judge LeonProbate --- Bushel* Turk's Island Sat, for Bale by Naii, Laguira and Java Coffee. I JL of the bill, verified by affidavit of Complainant, CASH STORE'
E. M. Scott. does not reside
that Defendant in the
for from said Sight Exchange McNAUGIIT
Court a eaK. .
discharge d Ol ISD. On hand- \ supply Kentucky Bagging and Bale
State of Florida but has fled to unknown Schooner Tallahassee St ,
''ale. N NEW YORK, S.v and MACON Newport, J 28,1850. 5 tl Rope, Flour, Bacon, Rice suirar-cured Hams, parts not from > ,
W. FISHER, ) O fur Hale, in sums to ANNAI, Laid &c. JOHN McDOUGALL.I out of the United States: G*> BBLS superfine Flour 17 ballIt'!&ii
W. F. FISHER, j Amn THOMAS J. PERKINS Notice. October 5. l".V). 39Notice. It is therefore Ordered, That the said David E. ]1. bbl Green Apples 19 bbk Irish

J.ilv. '0. 1i'l. 29 fimNotice. : October 12, 1S50. 40 .AgentNanine Bank. creditors, legatees entitled .lo dis Scott appear and answer plead or demur to said Bill bbl- Onions 5 cask Clea; Side Rscon 4 bbL.eil6*:

-- ALL p..roni.or otherwise interested in the estate on or before the firt Monday in June next, or the and Prime Pork 49 boxes t Cheese, SI k ? I
i months after date I shall make same will be taken for ctnfessed as ti>him, and pet 10*# !
JETNA INSURANCE COMPANY, of Aaron U. C. late of Jeffeison County Florida SIX application shen Butter, 2-1 bags prime Rio Coffee /
undersigned make Sol : the Honorable Judge of Probate in and for the down fur hearing ex : Provided. That this Order Lemons AjranLv
- CIX months after date.lhe( "i HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT. deceased, hereby notified to exhibit! their parte LardI bbls. Oranges, 3 boxes Dj
U application to the Court of Probate t I Leon. claims and demands two from this dateto County of Jefferson, for letters of dismission and discharge published fir tour months weekly some newspaper Almonds Cranberries Dried VeivDZ,** ;

County (or tellers of dismission as administrator of T>UILDINGS insured Stocks and Cotton in WarehouseD the undersigned"ilha the same will years be barred; and Executor of ''h last will and testament of published in Tallahassee prior to said first Monday i Nos. anti 2,in barrel, quarter barreb,and krttbf
W. Lea deceased. against by fre. Ebenezer Folsom.late said County, deceased.All .- in June.January I sale ati aI
Ihe estate ol Joseph all indebted to said deceased, are ( I dies and Soap. In Store and for
JOHN McDOUGALL, Adm'r. & AMES persons reotstedto persons herein interested,are hereby notified ac- 8th 1851. I J. a. PAVI3
make immediate
November 2. j95!). 43 im_ Jaauary 26, 1$50. 3 Agents Tallahassee, ALEXANDER payment. Adm'r. cordingly. HARDY MOORE. THOMAS BALTZELL Judge.A January 25, 1851. 2 [Se

Jefferson County, January II. SCOT 3m Jefferson County, December 7, 1950. 49 Gm true copy: -

Bagging & Bale Rope. Blacksmithing. C. O. FIFE, Clerk. Notice.S .
Notice. 18 18n.: 2 4ra ,
Uale.a.Gunny Thtging, '" undersigned respectfully informs To Planters. January IX months from this date I shall appl1:
16 20 Sea Mand ; JL Ihe have received their Fall months after date, I shall apply to the Judge lor ttert
public that
| do generally having undersigned just SIX Notice. Judge of Probate of Gadsden County ul'
M Il Kentucky do. employed a superior Horse Shoer, he is TiE of Plantation Good which:"they offer Probate for Gadsden County for a final settle of dismission from the administration of.the e5_

6 Cods Roiie, for gale byMcXAUGHT now prepared to execute all work in that line in a for sale on accommodating tetD", consisting in part ment and discharge from the estate of lardy Shep- QIX months after date the undersigned, Administrator of John B. Dorr, deceased.
. ard, deceased. E. S. the estate of Walter R. will '
& Or OXD. superior manner, and on usual terms. of the folhwing: tor of Blackburn pre M. A. DURR AdmioL'Jlra"

: New De 28, 1850. 61 tr F. PAYNE. Jilankets-London, DufJ.! Mackinaw, aad Grey. Gadsden County, January 11, 1851. 1 6m sent his final account and vouchers to the Judge of Probate Gadaden County, January.IS. 1551. 2 6111

June 29, 1850. 25 tf Plains-all wool of Jefferson County and ask for a discharge from. -

# Notice. Kerseys-Washington an, striped and Georgia.Unsey P. P. LEWIS, said estate.ELIAS Notice.

Notice. -fancy plaids and plain colors. Local Dentist, Tallahassee LASTING ertit1'A

THE copartncwlupvbich firm of DULL PIIATORIUS 1m existed under, u the this n'm day ALL persons indebted to the estate of Alexander Cotton osnaburg.,brown shirtings and, prints wool hatsanda flannels, -. -p oos J in the new Ford.ic- February 1. 1851. 4 6m .LL distribution creditors and out of legalees the estate and perscos of O0!: t oii6/a,?,,

dLuolvcd by mutual All indebted ,late of the Ccunty of HilUborough, in handktrchier.shawl negro caps RUST. 1 %.. ately East of the Post Office, "here Notice. deceased, of Gadsden County are hen
will et peroons settle t the Stale of Florida, are to make large : fllssel. JEI& he w found, u1e professionally that their claims and demands will be barrtdIIDI'\
the above urni please all wit J. B.' deceae d'sirr October, persons indebted to the estate of Benjamin Here
date |
immediate payment of to 115. September 7,1850. 85 ALL espirationof two years from the ABIJ,
who will attend the ( f ene late of Gadsden
Bull t etlr't I cnc undeuilne Thompson, County,deceased subscribers w
Executors of said etate. All persons, the same be exhibited to thr s'9
wel Notice. to and make immediate
are hereby requested come forward derna
J.rRETOlUUS the heirs and legatees named in the lan( will testament Notice. time; and all persons having any tI1cllt'
of said having claims the months after date.applicalion will be made to payment to tho subscriber and all persons the said estate are also notified to present
November 19. 1850. 4G df'cear SIX MEETING of the Stockholders of the Union having demands either cnslitora distributees,against
of Probate of ,
Honorable settlement without
said are requested to the to Judge A .
estate same (the .,
present Administrator of George Bank. of Florida will be held at the Banking said estate are-hereby notified to present them within delay.OWEN FILL.YA
the undersigned
To Planters. Executors within two from the date here County by
sid years deceased late.of. said CoJDty, for discharge House in-the. City Tallahassee, on Monday, the the time prescribed",law, or their payment will be JAMES FILLYAV'PExecutors IIr.
of notice in Ellis ,
or this will be plead bar ef such
any of ,for the election *
ol' Directors Ttsf
hiiliest prices for COTTON' and TO. day February barred' VilI! and J
THE pad cltims. THOMAS P. KENNEDY, from laid administratorhlP' 3 of l last
at J. DAVIS.Tallaiassee IIY. L. Cashier. w. E. KILCREASE Adm'r. tcM.0. "
& C ELLEN MARTIN, L. POWELL ) RUTGE .Cadsden County, January, ,

21 1, 1 650. Tampa, Fa., No,. 30, 15 O. 47 12t Executors. Jefferson County,October 2C, IbJO. 42 6m January o, IS51.: GadsJen County, January :5,1S 1. S St'