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 15, 1851
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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.MARCH 15. 1851.
VOLUME ni-NO. 10.
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RESOLUTIONSPassed timony relative to such losses, and file the same in the proper department the amount in. -

at the Fifth Session of the General Assembly, at Washington. exclusive of costs.controversy exceeds the sum of three hundred dollars, State of Florida in General Assembly convened, That the accountof

1850-. [Passed the House of Representatives, January 9, 1851. Pawed the Senate, Be it further resolved, That his Isaac P. Hardee, of Levy County, who claimed his seat in this

January 10, IS'I. Approved by the Governor, January 20, 1651.] he is hereby requested to transmit Excellency, the Governor, be and House as a member from said County, but against whose claim a

and resolution to a copy of the foregoing preamble decision has been made. and in favor of the present sitting member

[Xo. 8.] [No. 15.] [Passed the Senate our Senators and Representative in Congress. be audited and allowed for the sum of seventy-five dollars and forty

Preamble and Resolutions relative to the of certain December 2.1850. Pa-*ed the House of Representatives, cants, to wit : for eleven days attendance and
payment Companies of Florida December forty-two dollars
4"a1 intiotw relative to the establishment of Bureau of Agriculture at the City 4,1850. Approved by the Governor, December and
of Washington.Rrsolred ; Volunteer 11,1850.] forty cents for travel to and from the capital,being a distance of 421

WHEUEAS, Immediately after Indian hostilities in tho miles.
That the General of year 1&19, Xo. 19.
Assembly Florida [ ]
earnestly rl'c.mmcnd Volunteer Companies were raised S. L. I Be it further resolved That L. D.
by Captains the
Sparkman, Resolution Rogers, contestant from
the establishment! of a Bureau of Agriculture in the requiring Judges of Probate to issue Writs of ,
depart in
J. Parker R. D. certain
" Bradley, E. E. Mizell and A. Jcrnigan upon the Hillsborough County of the seat of J. T. Magbee, be allowed and
Interior at WatJiinerton. whose I CU.SCM.Resolved
of the province it hall be to
rnr nt frontier settlements of the State, for the protection of the citizens paid the sum of thirty-three dollars for eleven days attendance and
and promote the great uiicicst of Agricultural by the Senate and House of Representatives the ,
FaPrintend improvement of
the Seminole dollars
against Indians : And whereas, Said Companies of Florida in General seventy for his travelling expenses from I Hillsborough County
the nation. Assembly convened That
in furnished their own supplies and devoted their whole time said whenever a vacancy to this place, a distance of three hundred and
Rfsolrcd, That the Governor is requested to transmit .1 copy of service to occurs in any district in this State, in the office of Justice of the Pasfwl fifty miles.
thereby [ the
rendering and House
foregoing resolution to the President of the United Stateo to the good efficient service in protecting Peace, or when the citizens of such County or district have of Representatives, December 6, 1850. Pared t the Seagate& ,
the neglect. 7
the lives and 1850.
property of the frontier citizens of Approved the
this State by Governor
December .
against or refused! 1650]
ofthe to elect Justices
of j of
cr crrttr'r Department the Interior, the Governor; of each the rapine of that miscreant and tube of Indians the Peace, the Judge of Probate in

tote in le..[nion, and to each of our Senators and Representative: within savage now remaining I such County be required to order an election to fill such ,
borders 28.
our : And whereas, it is bettered the vacancy [ ]
by by giving ten
i days' notice in such district
I and the election
ill Congress: General Assembly that, according to the treaty of 1 Payne's Laud. held at die of to be Resolutions authorizing the Treasurer of thi State to purchase of the ROT.
the Senators place Justices'
That and : holding
Rsolrrd, Representative of this State, in ing the General Government is bound to the citizens I in said district. George White six copies of hu: work on tha Statistics of the State of Georgia.
tnt' Congress of the United States, are hereby requested to use their this protect of [Pawd the Howe of Representatives, January 231851. Passed the Resolved
Sate Senate the
against said Indians, and to all by Senate and House
just of Representatives the
pay sums incurred January 25,1851. the of Slat.
flurnce to procure necessary legislation by Congress for the in Ii Approved by Govemor.'january 24,1851.JAo.
and Florida
t about the same : Therefore of in General Assembly convened That the
.IH'dr ., ; bme'nt on n firm and [rwrmanent basis. of a Bureau of I the
! Be it resolved the Senate Statei:5 hereby authorized to pay 4-t tile TV S'.tr. ff'n""R 1't. :A_
the by and House of Representatives [[ 20. .
Arriculture suggested in first foregoing resolution. J of the ] ---.0- -
State of Florida in General I Preamble eightecn dollars for the purchase (six copies of his work the
Assembly convened That and Resolutions on
l[Ira[ Med thl' Uw e of R'prfsrntatiT". January If;, 1851. Pa--! the Brnate, our Senators tendering a Welcome to Mr. Edmond LaFayctte.I statistics of the State of "
I isarv 18, 185. Approved by, the Governor, January 25,1651.J] and Representative in Congress be and they are hereby requested I \ 'nEmis, Information has }been received by the General! for the Georgia, to be deposited in the State Li.
to their Assembly gravy use of the Governor State
< use. influence to have said: Companies placed upm thesame j of the State of Florida that Mr. Edmond LaFayette, the grandson General officers and members of tha
teXo. Assembly.
[ R) ] footing that the Volunteer Companies are placed that were of Gen. LaFayette, the friend of Washington is
now at Be it
ordered further resolved That the
out by Governor.Be the upon delivery of the books aforesaid -
Capitol of dIe State And
t. fllution relative to a Grant br Con t'tjll of a quarter section of land for the it further resolved, That our Senators and : whereas, We desire to show the the receipt of the author shall constitute the Treasurer's vouch.
County Site of Calhouu County.fl I Congress be Representative in greatest possible respect to the descendant of that great and goodman er for the money so paid.
requested to an far, '
procure appropriation tho *fco aided
in the
e it rewired by the Senate and House of Representatives of the i expenses incurred by the Volunteers ordered out by the paymentofthe Gov* deuce, and whose soiediciently namo is forever blended achievement with of our indepen [Passed the House of Representative! ,January 8, 1851. Passed the Senate

iste of Florida in General Assembly convened, That the attentionof !. error of this State in the year 1841);), and also a sufficient appropria tory : our national his January 9,1851. Approved by the Governor, January 20, 1&51J

r nut Senators and Representative in Congress be respectfully! call tion for the payment of the aforesaid Companies.

ed d to a resolution asking of Congress, the grant of a quarter sectionof Be itfttrtlier resolrcd'l'hat the Governor) be Be it therefore resolved by the Senate and House of Represcnta [No. 29.]
to for-
land, for the County Site of C'alhoun ( lives of tht Stale of Florida in General Resolution for the
'onnt.3ppron.d January ward a copy of these resolutions: to our :Senators:> and Representa Assembly convened, Thata Relief of Thomas La gfurd.
0 M9! and that: the request of the General Assembly therein arged, five i. Congress. welcome to our shores and the hospitalities of the State be and the Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives /

1 II*' irain pressed upon the attention of Congress, to the con 'UllU1:1..- 'I [Paned the House of Representative. same are hereby voted to )Ir. Edmond LaFayette, and that he beretpetcfully of Florida in General Assembly convened, That the of the Slats
January 20,1851. Paswd the Senate, Comptroller of
of that desired object J 20 18'1. invited to occupy a seat within the bar of either House Public Accounts
lion iu.vy Approved by the Governor,January 2S::, 1851.; ] be, and he is hereby, authorized to audit the chum
avd the Roucc of Rf of the General Assembly, at any time he visit these bodies. of Thomas
ghu prertitatiTe January 14,1851. Pwd the Senate, may I Lan ford, and issue his warrant, payable to his order
J&luaJ': 16, li i5L Approved by the Governor, January 23:., 1851.; ] [Xo. 1C.] Be in further resolved, That a Committee consisting of two the Treasurer of the State, for the sum of nine dollars, in consider-oa

Preamble and Resolution relative the jinynjciit <>f Voluntcors l members from each branch of thc General Assembly, be appointed at ion of that amount of money paid through mistake into the Treasury
[N'o.: 10. legally called to wait )Ir. Edmond -
] into service f'jlr the defence of the fruitier of Fl 1i rida. upon LaFayette and deliver to l him a copy of of the State.

Preamble: and Resolutions reUtirc to Chipula River. WnEnEAK, The Legislative Council tlis foregoing preamble and resolution. [Paced the House of
of the
Territory of Florida did I Representatives!', January 17,1851. Passed tie
1CntELA+, Great; and serious injury Las and will result, to the in- by act of February 9th, 1838, guarantee to the officers and privates [Passed dw Senate November 27, 1850. Parsed the Hou-4 of R pre enta- January :0, 18 Approved by the Governor, January :3, ISl1.: ] ,Socat

wre+U of this State: as well as to tho interests of commerce f.nd of the Militia of the Territory, who may at time since- I I November 27, 1S50. Approved by the Governor, December 1, 1S50.:: ]

navigation: of the country, for want of obstructions being removed the commencement of the present Indian difficulties any: have been I Xo. [Xo. 30.]
in tlie I'hipola River: Therefore, legally called into service by the Governor, or any ether officer [ ] Resolution for the relief of Henry C. Wilson

Ik it resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the of the Territorial Militia, and who remain unpaid, or which may Resolution appropriating School :Fund ten for per the cent several upon Counties the Auction in this tares State.to the Common WniREAi, Henry C. Wilson had settled on and improved a part of

SMtof Florida in General Assembly convened, That our Senators hereafter be called into service for the defence/ of the frontier of Resolved by the Senate House the eight sections of land, located for fixing the Seat of Government .
in Congress; be instructed, and our Florida, the which is allowed an<< of Rejircsent olives of tM State of the State of Florida before
Representative requested, to use pay now by the United States" to of Florida in General the said laud was selected for
Assembly convened That the
their utmost endeavors: to obtain from the Congress of the United the same description of troops: Comptroller is the State : Therefore,
authorized and instructed
States, at its present session, an appropriation of five thousand dollars And whereas, By the act of the 2nd of March, 183J! a law was Treasury hereby of this State for ten to issue his warrant upon the Be it resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives ofthe

to remove the obstructions in the navigation of the Chipola nabsed authorizing the Governor to accept twelve Companies I per cent. upon the auction taxes paid Slate of Florida in General Assembly convened That the said
into the State since the formation of the Henry
Itirerto at Marianna and Volunteers, to be stationed and I Government, (to be C. Wilson be and he is
commence follow said Rivei to its June ordered wherever in the Territory appropriated to the Common School Fund hereby, authorized and allowed to purchase
ton with the Apalachicola! )River. he may think expedient and ,) to the several Countiesof from the State, one hundred and
proper, so as to insure the defenceof this State not already provided for by this General sixty acres of said land, including:

[Tuned!' the ITotirM!of flRprf'+el1t.tin Der rulior IS, ISftO. Parsed, the Senate, the frontier, and as soon as said force is organized, or such Provided, That tho amount to which the Counties Assembly : his improvements, on the same terms and conditions on which set-

December! 16,1850.' Approved by the Governor, December :4, 1850.] part. of said corps as may be first ready for service, the Governor entitled shall have been paid into the are respectively tiers were allowed to purchase State Lands, under an act entitled
shall request the Commanding Officer of the army of the United an act for the relief of settlers on Public Lands, and to
[Xo. 11. States in Florida to receive and [Passed the Scnate"January 23, 1851. Passed the House of Representatives right in certain grant preemption
] army cases
muster said corps into tho January 2-1,1651. Approved by the Governor, approved January 7, 1848: Provided
Preamble and Resolutions relative to Mosquito Inlet. service of the United States, and if such Commanding Officer January :3,1651. hoicevcr, That the said Henry C. Wilson,sliall not be entitled to entefthe -

WntEE.M, Owing to the want of either buoys or beacons at the bar refuse to accept the services of the said twelve Companies, or any [.",0. rn.] said one hundred and sixty acres of land, until after the General -

of Mosquito Inlet, several lives have. been lost, and much property part of them, then the Governor shall: have the said Companies Resolution relative to Auction Taxes in the Counties of Monroe and Government shall have confirmed the location of tile eight sec

destroyed and the mustered into the service of the Territory," "to receive thc Escamb'ti ons referred to : And provided further, Thatthe said "
C. Wilson
moreover, increasing commerce of that Port, same Resolved by the Senate and House Henry to
imperativelj demanding, for the better security of life and pay, rations and forage as the United States now allow to the of Florida in General of Representatives of the State was entitled to pre-emption under the laws of the United: States,
proper convened
tr, that tLe channel should be pointed out : same character of troops:" Assembly the Comptroller i is prior to the selection of said eight sections.
authorized and
Be it resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the And whereas, A number of Companies, at various periods, werereceived of the Treasurer of the to issue Counties his warrant of Monroe on the and Treasury in favor [Passed the Senate January 13, 1851. Passed the House nr RpresntatiT.,.
Escambia for
Sine of Florida in General Assembly convened, That our Senators into the service, and offered to the authorities of thc the amount, to be ascertained by said Comptroller of ten cent January, 1851. Approved by the Governor,Jantary 23,1851.]
in United States, as required of the Governor per
Congress be instructed and and the United
our Representative be
requested, to all taxes paid into the Treasury from said Counties
upon of Monroe
B'ge upon Congress the of accepted the offer of their services, and by order from [X o. SI.]
necessity placing buoys to point out tho the emanating and Escambia on sales made at auction since the first day of January
deepest channel or channels of Major commandng-in-Cliief, directed to the Commanding Resolution relative to Seal
Mosquito Bar, and of providing for ISm, which said ten per cent. shall be applied for the a for Hcmando County
the! preservation and proper position of the same. Officer in Florida, it was required that "in mustering of Common Schools in said Counties. support : Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives ofthe State

Be it further resulred That the Governor this force into the service you will instruct the officer Florida in General
be of
Assembly convened
requested to trans That the
include [Passed the Senate, January 8 t, 1851. Passed the House of Secretary of
to in the
mit copy of these Resolutions to our Representatives in Congress! I muster the Militia note in the service of the Ter January 13,1851. Approved by the Governor, January ::, 1&ll.J Representatives, this State be and he i is hereby authorized and requested to furnish

11'a[ ++ed the Houe of Representatives, December 10,1850. Parsed the Senate, ritory from the date they entered it, and" to muster out of sc".icesuch Hernando. County with an appropriate seal for the Circuit Court of

December l1I :'Approved by the Governor, December 24, 165i'.] of them as may wish to retire : [:\0.23.] said County, to be paid out of the Treasury of this State.
And whereas, In mustering the militia of the
Territory there were Resolutions relative to a Fee Bill for Medical Services.: [Pawed! the House Representatives!' -, December 27, 1850. Passed tae Senate
who had
[Xo. 12. men and performed faithfully all the duties and December 28, 1850.
] Resolved by the Senate and House the Approved by the Governor, January 'I, 1951.]
had all the of Representatives of Slate
FrosmLle undergone of
and 1 Evolution hardships an arduous and
relative to a change of the Mail Route between TalLihartMT !- active campaign Florida in General?
nf convened
who Assembly That the Medical Board
and iLuiison. were refused by the mustering officer to be mustered I
of chi; State; be and they are hereby required to establish bill [Xo.3"1.]
lrnrREI into the service of the United a fee
: The
*, thereby all their
Mail losing
present Route between the city of Tallahasseeatid ; previous for medical services, and the if Resolution relative to the employment of a Clerk in the
MaJUon: follows the St. service, and all evidence of service, such as is required for thepa"ment report same, practicable, to this, if Comptroller'Resolved a Office.
Augustine Road, running within ten of soldier not, to the next General! Assembly. That the Comptroller of Public Accounts be and he l i.
miles ofMonticello] a by not being placed the
Madisoaexeept leaving :Monticello entirely disconnected with from the time they entered the service until upon muster rolls: II Be it further rrsolred1'hat a copy of these resolutions, properl hereby authorized to employ an assistant clerk in his office for and
through Tallahassee : And whereas'l'he distances they were refused! : certified be forwarded to the during the session of this General
between And whereas, The authorities of Florida did of the Medical Board. Assembly, and that said assistant
Tallahassee and by the acts' above}
:Madison the St. I recited
along Road
Augustine be allowed
and via: MontieelJo employ for the defence of the frontier the said [Pad the Hou! e of Representative.; December 9, I860.- Pas cd the Senate the same amount of compensation as is now allowed -
tie! are about the same : And whereas, Most of at the same time did their soldiers and December 11, 1650. Approved by the Governor, December, Ib O.] to the assistant clerk of the House.
country along the St. Augustine Road. is sparsely inhabited guarantee payment : Tiierefore,
and [Passed' the House of Repre cntative\ December 21, 180; Passed the Boa-
Be it resolved the Senate
poor : Therefore by and House
fir of Representalivet of the [Xo21.] ate, December 24, 1850. Approved by the Governor, January i, 1951.]
it Rctoltrd by the Senate and House Slate of Florida in General Assembly ranrrurd19at, the
of Representatives of the' Comptrol.I Resolution respecting Lands selected for the State.
S'z1tf Florida in General ler of Public Accounts be and he is } I
Assembly convened, That hereby required to audit the
our Repre Resolved by the Semite and House Xo. 33.
sentative of Representatives of the Slate ]
tnd Senators in claims of said soldiers under such rules and
Congress are requested to the regulations be ,
urge upon as may Florida in General
IJob't Master General of the United States the policy of so altering prescribed by the Governor, that the same may be forthwith ; of Assembly convened, That it shall be the duty: Resolution to increase the Bond of the Treasurer of the State of Florida
presented of the Public Lands make
Register to and
the out have I
son present, Mai r! Route between the city of Tallahassee and Mac. by the Governor, who is authorised and requested to prosecute !i with the Journals of the present session, a statement of the published lauds WHEREAS, The Treasurer of this State is by law made the receiver

as to run through the town Monticello\ iti the of said claim before the proper department of the [United States se of all. from the sale
Jraerson County f( j lected{ fur the State, whether for Internal Improvement, for Seniina- moneys arising of public lands of every character
as follows( to wit Government at Washington, or place them in the hands whatsoever
Road : From Tallahassee, along the StAupmine of our delegation i ri ffor, Common Schools, or for fixing the seat of Government t :
for ten miles, thence to Bailey's :Mills\ ,thence to Mo t II-, in Congress to prosecute before that body ; and th:1tl.8 soon ; Be it
tictllo, i said statement to show: the location: quantity and quality of the therefore Resolved by the Senate and House of Represents

Mills? thrice or eke direct along the Virginia Settlement Road, to Bade y,'fi as of the-State the money for for the said claims is received to [place it in tho Treasury ;, \lands selected, the persons I by whom selected, the amount selected tires of tlie State of Florida in General Assembly convened, That the

.tuuilant! l'bt to !Monticello, and from Monticello, crossing the'I liquidation[ of said claim i ]bv each JKTKOU l and tho amount per acre paid to each person for his Treasurer of this State be, and he is hereby, required to increase his

aa/hon/ from ford, via Aucilla and Clifton Post Offices, thence to [Panned the Senate, December 30, 18:,0. Passed the House of Representa ..selections ; also a summary showing the whole number of acres selected Bond to screntr., -five thousand dollars.or .

:1 thence' Alligator.\ ladibon. to Jasper' from Jasper to Mineral Springs f lives, January 8, Ib51. Approved by the Governor, January H, 1851.] by each. person, and the whole amount paid each. person f [Passed the ilouse: of Representatives!' January 22,1851. Passed the Senate

lie further. Ilea ohrd That and [No. 17.] !lelectin; !;. January :2, 18:11.: Approved by the Governor"January :-1, 1851.] *
our Representative in
( on Passed the Senate, January 14,1851.; Passed
grl'8 House of
are requested i to the Post Master General i Preamble and Resolution of the General Assembly of Florida relative to tL ReprcMtitativtjiuarv M,
policy urge upon the a ZI, 11. Approved by the Governor
of| making die mail between TalUliassee and Jacksonville claim of Lori I'. Mother, dtxct.sexL January 23,1851.Jlj [K('. 34.] ,

n-vecUy! i st0d t of twice week. WHEREAR, Levi Mosher, now deceased; was, in his life-tim. du Xo.
Bt 11 a [ 25.] Resolution authorizing the construction of Fire Proof Vaults in the Caf Ito?
further .
R i. niolntd, That the Secretary of State send to our appointed by the Governor of the Territory of FloridaKiit"Ult Rrsolutions relative to the establishment of
two Seminaries of I Resolved the Senate and
( Learning.Resohcd House
natntatlve 1 and Senators a of these resolutions. Quarter Master for the militia and troops in the service of the aid I of Representatives of the State
lCusrl the 1tl'lJ'f copy Territory during the late Seminole War which service by the Senate and House of Representatives ofthe Slate'of of Florida in General Assembly convened, That the Governor of

J u uary --e-, H..aIIT'CMelltLti"C,"", January 20, IS)1. I'aswd the Senate81 assumed and was afterwards Florida in General Assembly convened, That City and County i this State be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to
Appr"snd iy the Governor, January 3, 1861.1] recognized by the United :States : And whereas cause to
authorities and individuals be, and be constructed in each of the four
Said Mosher duly and faithfully served in such for they are hereby, requested to report corner rooms in the lower floor
the term of five months to wit capacity to the Governor, to be by him laid before the next General Assembly of the State Capitol, a fireproof Vault of sufficient to
[Xo. 13.] : from the 20th July, 183'J, to the capacity con
r.;1'dut+Ofl relative to c-tabliJiing a tri-w kt.r Mail between certain point 20th December, 1839, and is justly'entitled, for his services, fo :I a statement of the amount which said city or county authorities tain all the books and valuable papers belonging to the offices of the

It the and or individuals will contribute in land, buildings, or Secretary of State, Comptroller of Public Accounts .
allowance Treasurer
wrrd same money
Slatt by the Senate and House pay as officers of the same rank in the and
of Rejtrrxcntativcs
of I for the of establishing a Seminary of in Register of Public Lands.
tIt Florida in ( Army of the United States, but his claim therefor has. purpose Learning, accordance
and tavPrcbentativt] in'cneral Assembly! convened, That our Senators> paid by the Territory of Florida or by the United States never been ,. with the provisions of an act providing for the establishment Be it further Resolved, That a sum, not exceeding two thousand .
< Congress, be requested to use their best e : of two Seminaries of Learning: the contents dollars be and the is
said be same hereby
o I procure file. whereas, It is considered that the claim is a just then reports appropriated out of any money
via i'a .Oc1I csw;, and establishment of a tri-weekly mltllirom .1 I a- United States : Now, therefore, one against Itl'pt.fll'crct, (i if desired by those making them,) until transmitted to : remaining in the Treasury, subject to the order of the Governor, for
mail from Marianna
Ane. toP
i a Bell both! houses! of the General Assembly. the of carrying out the intent of the
npnnb resolved the Senate and purpose
Bluff, the! by House of Representatives he foregoing resolution.
County Site of Calhoun County. nf I
2nd 'Hie
f the State of Florida in General Assembly convened Resolved Seminary of Learning which is to be located Passed tlw House of '
: ; louse of That Senators [ P.epreseataticesyanuary :0, 185?. Passed
; our tOO
4aa lU-presentAtive*, PJ." 1 the Senate East Senate,
January 21,1851. '<* t in the district of the Suwanneo River shall .
be located
-* 1WL and Representative in be and inthat.County January 22,1851. Approved the
Congress they 2J, 1851.Xo. : .
Apjirovcd are desired
by the Governor, January 23, lt>51.] use their best exertions to the hereby to I in said district which, in the opinion of the next General GovemorJu .
procure passage, by Congress, of
iJvo. 14.1 law for the payment to Dalcida. Bull, Administratrix of said Mother a .! Assembly, presents the greatest inducements for the location of 35.
IVttm\: M"i*ltt<4iitinri the claim, according to tho principles of equity and said Seminary ; and the Seminary:) which is to be located in the district ]
tx urging u Con-rcM; the payment forlnrsee' rastampd justice. West of the Suwanneo River relative
aiu' Pat shall be located in that the or the
usu! Passed the House County nlution t
nitirida [ of copying I\V8 !
at the Rein-esentatives present
a.' "tLa HiMtilitiua lie( SenuinJc Indians and January 1 A, 1851.: Parsed the Senate SCflit
,Su11'dErE &J>jwuitiueat of a Comiuiiwiouer to take the testimony relative January 16, 1851. Approved by the Governor, January i3!, 1851.] in the the district greatest which inducements, in the opinion for the of location.sad! General Assembly, presents Reeolred by the Senate and House of Representatives of the State

Florida in General
of Assembly convened, That the Governor
hand 18, Curing the months of July and August, A. D. eighteen [Xo. 18.] [Passed tIC Senate. December 27, 1850. Passed the Ilouse of Representatives authorized to employ Hugh A. Corley to copy the laws passed b A ":. ,

and *rtJuwe, without cause, the Seminole Indiana des- Preamble and Resolutions : January 22, 1851. Approved by the Governor, Ja.nuary1,18: l.J thin under? the snnerintendnnce
trn'Jed| the relative to cases of Admiralty. _sssion, u of tbe S* crpfnrw. of SStnta., for ,

x"ere8' It property of many of the citizens of this State: And WHEREAS, Serious disadvantages suffered by the citizens Florida [No. 26.] such compensation as was allowed for similar services at the tact--

1 lo ms *8 confidently hoped by those who have sustained such in all causes in Admiralty, when the in session of tha General Assembly.
$ amount
that tie General Government will allow controversy is A Resolution for the relief of Joel L. LockluirL
lion. for the damage thus sustained, as in equity and coin en sa- less than two thousand dollars, for the want of an Appellate Court Be it resolved by the Senate and House of) Representatives of the [Pal the House of Representative, January 2. 1851.. Faired the Sanate,
it good con"cnc to revise the decisions of the District Court of the United January 23,1851. Approved by the OO\'e.r, January 24,1851.
ought to do; And whereas, It is feared that, should for said State:1 And whereas, It is desirable States State of Florida in General Assembly convened, That the account ]

era measures J for affording such relief be delayed, many of the suffer demand that Congress should law, and the rights of lit. of;Joel. L. Lockhart, of Benton County, who claimed his seat in this
igants ,
Le from lapse of time, death and removal of witnesses, be those in which there is at by wake provision for House, under certificate from the Judge of Probate from said [Xo. 30.]

Mc to establish their losses: Therefore, with the cases view of giving confidence present to the no decisions right of appeal, as well County,' but has been superceded by the present sitting member, be- Resolution relative t printing the Laws and Resolutions of the
of tIle present General
&ateIt rctol red by flit Federal audited and allowed for the sum of sixty-four dollars. to, wit: eighteen Assembly.Be .
Senate and House of Representative of the Tribunals, as that the rights of parties be -
adjudicated in dollars (
'lorida a or attendance and dollars
M Pi *n General Assetnbly convened, That our SenatorstijtitTJrteutative manner satisfactory to themselves: days fifty for travel to i resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives
in and from the capital, being a distance! of two hundred and of the
Congress, be requested to use their best fifty ,Slate of Florida in General Assembly
exer-: Therefore resolved by the Senate ar House of Representatives miles. COd, That the pnr.tinff
Pure the passage. of nn act by Congress making an a the of of the laws and resolutions passed and
tihoa State Florida in adopted the
r y pro. of General Assembly convened by Gen. "
Passed the House
the our Seua of Representatives! November 30, present
[ 1850.
.r Passed the Sen- be let
to citizens
payment Assembly out
of Florida for such losses era on contract to tho
in and lowest
as instructed
JlIIU&tam'd 1 from Indian tors Congress be our Representative requested to ate, December 2, IS:>O. Approved bythe Governor, December C, 18iO.] said bidder, upon tho
A depredations 1 during the said months iof procure if possible, the passage- of an act granting from party obtaining contract, giving bond in the sum of one thousand
tra tnd s"tt, A. D. eighteen hundred and forty-nine' ; and also District Courts States the appeals the dollars payable to the Goveror of the State
such Fee of the United for two Districts of Florin [Nov 27.] conditioned for the
sea Co I ltl as may be necessary procure the appointment da,to the Circuit Court, of the United States olden faithful performance of said contract
ajimstioncr on the of the at"Sa"annah, Resolutions for the relief of Isaac P. HarJce and L. D.: Rogers.
part United States to take the tes Georgia, in all causes Adtnirality and maritime: [Passed the House of ReprwonUtirw,

jurisdiction, when De it resolved by the Senate and House nf Representatives of the January :1, 1631. Approved by the GOe Janur I January 17,1851..J?, 18.1 Pawed] the Sate,


_. -,- ... -- -=:::;:; ; :___ _- .a u_ -.._ troB. Ii --.._ .. .1-- --- .- j ,- .

Me' .\'( : Constitutionalist. TILE 1"LO&11I1.4, JOCKS.. U. being unable to agree upon a yerdict ''There Liverpool'market does not rivT T
late. i* -* tlje/loriMfln&) jlauntnLTALLAHASSEE foro to one for com ic thrr under a
Vermont and Too Cotton. were ELEVEN acquittal pnic created by e ,II r.

Our readers have l1ot prime minister,just )In. EDITOR Sir In I tion. Thereupon the District :Attorney despairing estimates of crop, our own kg
:- the
treatmentvhichthe dethroned his Iloyal midst of the I of being ablo to accomplish anything, to go np. .eot

received from certain ; was about to burst gloom caused by the lato unprecedented fall ..t--: ...,;. entered a none ptosequiin the case of all the In reference to the market of A J

pers. The vocabulary of i in the Chamber of in Cotton, I thought it might not; ho amiss to SATURDAY, MARCH 15, 1851. parties alleged to have been concerned in the may be stated that about o '

pouring nut their vials of : of(the King to make call tho attention of our farmers to a few important Cuban expedition. Thus ends in a ridiculousfared stock is held by planters. Theytfi t

ant Palmetto State. rights which had been facts connected with the Protracted Meeting.We the tffort?, impotent as malignant, to show no disposition j to force saint at uJld
'for her. Her {" (' d, an ominous voice subject break downthe'noble minded and gallant prices. Dealers would go pmt
which, of all others, seems at this are requested to say that the Rev. 3Ir. int.h -
Jaws and habits arc f Too late Too late time to occupy l tIT\ Tho triumph of his enemies was and purchase reely but for
For asking" :; nothing but a made by Mr.J Fill. the most conspicuous place in our minds. RICIr.tRDDkill commence a protracted short. We venture to predict his reelectionto making negotiations, the banks being ciilt tl c '

miitutional rights! two of the high priests It tis, I believe, a generally conceded point meeting in the :Methodist Church }in this city, the office which he has resigned by a majority ling to extend their discounts This na

in the f;ice of the ) } )', to allay the storm that the price of .in article must depend, in a :Monday evening next. which will rebuke in tones of thunder ty, combined with the panic "'beh
lilies, Actually\ nullifies, to laise, are now those who put on foot this envious and spiteful eased some, a necessity which ha i -i
fI' great measure, on the supply, and if the FRANKLIN COLLEGE.-The for ha to
passed in obedience to omnious Jan,u3ge.- production | Catalogue prosecution.-Geogian.] others to sell at any price o dtn
declares by her highest for the Whig par. exceeds! the demand, the articJq/Viust/ 1830:> -'1, of the officers and students of tins cd our market. b p ,

not be executed. ; out of the prejudices! go down until it finds i its level. We all know institution, located at Athens, Go, presents From the rapidity with which the great A

stronger words than !a"erJ' They helped this to be the case, if we take the article of gratifying evidence ]hat tho college is in a Southern staple has declined within tho last Cotton TiE COTTOX CKoP.-\fr.: j\ P.o
and swell ot llo bile, i''
judicious, "unjustifiable/ sections, to corn, bacon, or any other article raised among flourishing condition. The different classes six or seven weeks, it is evident that opera that be has been tnforats.e Ii e r
the forwarding
Luke h.r hi landed votes against "ar
Vermont positively slave power." They us as a criterion. Well, I contend that the number 114 pupils, among whom we notice tors have become affected with a sort of pan the receiving point on the circu 'al
of Congress, based down the North- same rule will hold good, if applied to cotton, several from this State. ic, and under tho influence of fears havingno rivers of that State, and the pr ans>P r

South Carolina stood in the yet it }is argued by that thereto leave no doubt on hi3 e
has up some we cannot ght adequate cause, have yielded to an extent mind that ,
mont has: had no right ,I fanaticism and hold the demand: for cotton. Hut let us reason a (I A PL\:TEH," in another column, ruinous to thousands. The consequence has more than 80,000 bales remain to com*n,
South Carolina has the slavehod-! presents a few thoughts for the consideration :M obile This, with the quantity already
little this ,1
on point.It been a series of declines ithout parallel in solved would make ,
nnd bunted down with of worthy their attention. Read his : ,,1,7 bales
She has yet to nullify an to the Abolition So ] was said before tho crop of 1810!) and communication. the same period of time. It is a little strange season. forl

Vermont has done so. courted its support 50 was received that the crop could not reach: that hero at home such a state of af:1r TUB COTTON CROP.-The New Ot! ,

in her desperation turn !abolition!, ,'iCWt'1\5 two millions of bale The consequence; was Appropriations for FlorIda should have been suffered to go for so long a nee of the 1st instant, in its report ( ".

"as the lion turns upun' won his way: to office that cotton went up to 13: cent, but\ as, soon The defc nc'Ii passed on the 27th February cling unchecked. Hie amount of the crop market, makes the fallowing remarks:o tin

)hour has not come. by abolition voles. as it 'Tasr'l't:1in d tint the would : appropriations to the amount Many holders however, withdraw
be well known to 1-
crop exceed ought to enough give confidence
and in in.
:{ that the is his
mildly reproof now, stocks
altogether feeling
that of 3150,000 for Florida. The first i is I to confident that ;
for praise-the other is institution of slavery: estimate by a hundred thoasind: the to operators, without permitting fluctuations latter period, prices! will a i C''

,. Jest epithets for manly i slave power, or hypo- price fell to 11 cents Wei'!, I list year was! supply a deficiency on account of claims yet in foreign markets to control our from their present position:materially recoter

Can one point m to an abolition spirit he unfavorable ct. cold! tw t discharged, under the head of preventing I "Thus tar the
any very w spring, dry summer own. The highest estimates do not exceed I long crop men hate

Whig paper which has dared not rEhllke'e and early frost. Our wiseacres all over I, and suppressing Indian hostilities in 2,':0,000> bales, while the probability is that a decided victory, achieved to L Baud attfo
Vermont treason ? It of curious more sovcntv-five thousand dollars." 0riJa\\ I sacrifice of truth and
a large majority ofthe : well said that these the country went to predicting a short crop 1 vThe tho crop will fall 150,000 short of this. It i is 1 Cotton veracity, when did
a operator ever tike such
second item U for triflesconsideration.
been unsparing i.i: their tl'r, with glowing and consequently high prices. The result matter for general rejoicing that the downward I.I The mischief has it

Carolina. She has the Union warm on was, cotton went up as high ns 14 cents in Stale of Florida under such rules and regultiOI3 tendency of prices has been checked, and 'ni! b remedied jest been m accomplished

worst punishment is too the maintainance of this market; but figures; (which never lie,) as have heretofore governed the adjustment and a reaction commenced. The intelligence 1 to find that we parted with the balk tine
iccollecticn of her ; : t J by the} Const-! of similar claims of the several States o
soon showed t1at,5') far: from the the of our Transatlantic Breturea!
beins the Pacific of advance of crop it
i in
disease crop ; an eighth
commencement of the they helped r
Lo :
on the United States for advanced munerating prices-to themselves."
shutter than the
gotten \\n the bitterness mind of the North i is one previous, it was actually: mowjs Liverpool, and heavy sales, will tend to stimulate ,

What matters her larger, up to date, of some 130,000 bale-: ?.- and piiJ: and f r expenses and obligations this reaction. In tho meantime, thereis COTTOX-Our Telegraphic! despatch sW; .1

devotion to the cause of ;; : commenting on Tho result is now before us-from M it has contracted by said State for subsis. probably no great necessity that the another tumble of prices in the Liverpool]ma;.

old war-her di (' : and Mr. W c.1J. fell to 7, ((1 I mean extremes.) Now tence, supplies; and services of local troopss very ket. A panic has struck cotton,and *n o
all l )
in the
we j yet country should bo mistake." That it is
of 1812, when she flew thus forcibly and 1 sock hurredinto a panic and
tion Oft he rights of her } (from was de know that this great lull is more than the I called into service during the year eighteen market, though it is not believed that else, we fully believe. The world not; :

assailed 1, in Mass facts in the case will justify, but it hundred and forty-nine, and under the authorities there is and credit peace
commerce- was: ; Abington, proves I ) any considerable amount to come for money easy. manufacturing proj!
Cooperation upon the :\ ;: I this, that all excitement must be followed of said States, sc\.cnh..f.e thousand ward, but there is no doubt enough to affect perous, and the raw material scarce,there O

nil is forgotten, and her :\ Fillmore your cr- with a corresponding depression! like I dollar?." the market not : solitary sound reason for tbs decline i
a man injuriously, in its
to be slandered as )' |put> forth:are too1 under the I particularly pro 3 or 4 cents within the past six \a
of Vermont-the !'! I around you, the influence fever or alcohol, while I Arrival of the Steamer Pacific. ent susceptible condition.We one we believe, except Mr. wel!

gloriously "bolted in IS I! doings. You have under that unnatural l excitement, he is most I ADVANCE IN COTTON. publish below an article from the Con mate the crop over ,.. ,Gwatmeje

for their own benefit are now reaping the powerful, but when. that], excitement, or rather The American Mail Steamer Pacific arrived stitutionalist which we think is conclusive as sticks to his extravagant fgnres.nd be is

thised, heart and soul}, : raised a storm which when the cause that produced it passes away, at New York on the Gth instant, with Liverpool to the future of the market. a true or a false prophet, ls the rain of
neighbors in giving "rid }, guide. You have the is prospects hundreds of families to
; man exceedingly enfeebled fur. Wfoa
completely dates to the ..,nd
being sev-
foe ; m1 again, a f few not down at jour prostrated, and I his J"01 the AU'nt. ContitutionaUst, Jlac 5. the world gets over its fright, when the EnglUh .
inserting tie honor oftb. friends, first called r'cowr.m:1.t. : be by a j II ('n days later than the previous arrh'a1 The Cotton Panic. have dipped pretty deeply into tie market -

part oJ the enemy by and then pandered to, slow and gradual I process. Now, my opinion Thu[ \ political nws H not of much impor The recent unfavorable intelligence from and reason and facts resume their!

own country sent forth ( de I feeling ; until j is that cotton was too high: } at 1.1 cents, and l' tance.: Lord John Russell had tendered !hi Europe has caused, and we think unnecessarily mate sway ocerthemind3 of men, Ie

corner of their: secure I I )}' uncontrolable even vice rasa, because the! crop will not }bo :sliort! I resignation as I Prime Minister.A a panic in the Cotton markets throughout halt in their downward tendency and rut

same people! and their of last crop ; and it fell too low, because e"enif reaction had taken taken place in the the country. :Many of those who but a They may go still lower before tis hppn
ing treated the !' i ,\' when we say: this? few weeks ago, were firm in the belief that I for when confidence is lost there
and publicly nullified its be witnc it should exceed tho crop of '49-V0, by cotton :Market, and the lower grades of A- fair Cottons would to it tng g
I our !! reach 15 cents in this mar wht figure wi drop. But the pendu
reprimanded by I i [ yea, with how proud ?OOOOO bags, it should bo borne in mind thatthe mcrican advanced an eighth of a penn.- ket now seem to give way to despondent must swing with the same forceand

very kindly reminded IS' 19, to the success of bales of!last year arc ten per cent lighter Sales for the week (0'2WO( bales. 'Ile committee I( is true the receipts this year show an increase momentum with which it swings!fonnri-

very badly. exciting the North than those of the previous year. Last year, I I of brokers give the following officialquotations over those of last, about 127,531 Meantime planters who ore not Mi"ec to jell
South Carolina was ,' ? The read bales. Hut this circumstance had better not increase the
should destroy
} and not panic by
; rope more than paid i cost, Arc. -Fair Orleans, 7id : Fair Mobile forcirg
that if she even winked / hostility to the spread the confidence of holders who hare i I their crops on the market- >asra (
Now, sir, what do these 7id! : Fair Uplands 7d. 1, )
things teach
whole power of the to the Fugitive Slave us based their calculations on the only tenable! Times..

brought bear upon : of the same feeling. I think they prove that the market is timid, ground, consumption and supply. The last
New Orleans
winkedat it, but : and capable of being depressed even by a Cheap Postage Law crop was a short one, and should the present Colon.-1e Bee of the2H!

highest authority-her J ; ( !: the time when moderate crop, and as many of our planters The postage law passed at the into Congress crop reach 2,300,000, it will not more than nit, in speaking of the extent of the croft remarks

not these beligerer.t; l ) efforts of the whit; have h not sold, the (question arises does not go into operation until the frt keep pace with the anticipated consumption. :

Government cry out for : excitement in the naturally of July nest. reduces the average rate of Another fact should be looked into by hol] .With regard to the crop, we have noli.
what I
mont ? Their of slave ferrite i to done to insure fair prices for postage both letters and ders. In the tables of Receipts published, ing new to offer, considering it, as we do,a

lion Vermont than the I alone for nobody be- ; that part of last: crop on hand, and to prevent upon newspapers the number and not the ,ceglt of the bales i is fixed fact, the prediction will not 2-

., Palmetto State. The l North or South, a similar disaster next winter ? My[ ne:1lyone half. gi\"en. r0the high paid this season 200,000 bales If we adhere to exce opinion

fair from the respective hund3).s I finger in that cause ; opinion is that all those who can hold on to The [following Schedule shows the rates on Coton cheapness of Gunny cothhAve expressedrnUctoberlastandreiteratedsintae

iccoivcs.Distressing. --- ) were so few as not their! cotton, both merchant and farmer should newspapers under the new law, comparedwith induced many planters to reduce over and again, it arises not from obstinacy,
Accident / mass until the Whigs do the old : weights of their bales, and thus realize a profit {- but from a firm conviction, that the

":--On Tuesday, Ueccm', 1 other middle States ,. so until they can get a fair price.nd i in TEE on the bagging. We know this has ben 1850 never amounted to more. 'goE i

HroTvn, a young man excitement a new order to insure a fair price for the balances of :Esurrl ficmi-Qt.\ITr tnmore than the case with Cotton brought to this t, fortunate position for observation, and aR; ;

Quatqueton: And then chi last crop and for the coming crop, I advise 31i 1e. weekly.weekly.weekly.Tri-wcekb/. and we have: heard! complaints of the samenature at our command, the most reliable soorcesrf

bark, to transact spore of New York, now every farmer, both large sod small, to plant Under50newbill.5 e 10 15 25IcSntratf..J2 from other markets. Some few planters information,it would be strange indeed,i\
party, seized 4S make by this but ia the were to fall into material the
twelve miles distant- one half of the land in corn that he 23 may operation, any error oa
Icon and cedar river. thus brought a- designed O\cr iO, r 300. 50 end it will work against them. Take the subject Hence it lias never occurred to M "

bout four miles from attached this princi.i i (six weeks since,) in cotton ; in other word?, IrlJntratc..13 r 3 45 54 108 crop of 1S10. about 2,006,000 bales, weigh to L betrayed into foolish estimates, and laving
ring! over a strip of ice, then a pre-eminence I. only plant for a half crop of cotton. IJy I.res.ntrate..B u 10. 86 51 108 ing-130 to 500 Ib5. each, and reduce the pac k- no interests to subserve, it is not hid!

itating Drown on his ri pursuing this course, we will make more clearinonoy Overluuder:000. 20 40 6 IfX) ages to 400 and -150 lbs., md it requires butlitle that we can b led astray by pries wBose

remaining tight: in the Webber's own well than by the olJ) and ruinous plan of, Present rate. .. .13 3 54 10S calculation to see the effect. ignorance is to palpable to b ,0
made to the credit Over2niidtr4000..25 50 75 125rretcntnitc Owing to this inducement who have certain .
small)} one. The horse this excitement increasing the number of acres in cotton to I ..18 i 51 105 to pack light speculative purposes t accomplish.
owes bales the increase
fore Brown recovered t Over 40H( ). 30 CO 90 150 receipts of the crop of ;
full speed. To preserve its :growth and mat u- correspond with the low) price. Take my ad-,1 : 1'rc!entrate.19 36 51 laU S50, over that of 1 S 19 is more apparent than I The Mobile Advertiser of the wme dr .

I Ie, clapped both hands i efforts. vice, and you will get a good price for last : _\ weekly free within the real The increase nominally i3 equal to says them has been a sensible ting oif a
but where it I is pipers county
thus! in part sustaining : I t crop, a good} price for the next, and have aplenty ; where I II 127,531 bales upon those of the same perod the receipts this week at that 1 1
leg swung immediately of corn and I I t'tey are puhlshd. Papers of less than i last nar. But there i is not in fact that i pr
eels.1 Incredible as it moat at home, your negroes I 1 ounce half these rates, and papers not over I lineal l amount of Cotton received. This (The lat Wakulla Times eoataias the :
docs Like.; and wi
not mules will Ile
ible position hriw.u[ letter not be worked so hard I, i 300 square inches one fourth these rates. hold good as regards tho remainder of following call : J 1
a ordering a and
horse in the time you will not be till Chiistmaspicking out yet to be received. Admitting then the PUBLIC m j
mean when, perhaps, the The rates on monthly and scmi-monthlnewspapers } crop 3IEETIXG AT THE HEAD OFVACI5SA.
bad,: fractured both bones ; your cotton, nor will you be till April} hauling the samo in proportion to the crop of 1S50 will reach, numeric:1Jtwo \ .

i itches above the ankle communications! ; it off: But if you want to be the slave) I hundred thousand bales c The citizens of the surrounding conatry '
per- number of sheets issued
as on weekly] before the
amount Cotton
pa year made i in
{ the knee down
rom I of Northern invited at
miles in J nlbhere; and European cotton are generally to attend a meeting j
sl.e' end of three miles, Jennys or I 1S50 will not exceed the amount made
is concerned. lords of the loom I pers.Tho the: the head of the Wacissa River ;
the on
old If
l.:,; ued, obated his speed without .the pursue plan. new rate on letters not exceeding half: year Allowing 10 percent to be thC S.\rR
the! young man succeeded ; will not pay.means (10 you want to see another crash like that of an ounce, is three cents prepaid, or five cents :i average falling off in the weight of bales, i it | DAY, 12th _\pri! next, the object of*,baA

'JOin the boot, the latter months t to 1S37, parrot the old plan. If you wish to wi require an inerea (of receipts of 209- will be to oraaaize"Tut: WAt1'
or a'ear if not prepaid, all distances under three '
He was dropped wear out lands I bales, or 2.30U.GOO bales in all, to make 'nox COMPANY tta chariot
i'jp. away, and the pus t. your negroes, and mules, pursue I agreeably to ;
I thousand Over three thousand miles, the crop of 1S50 equal to that of 1S19. We
miles from
ikrce any taking them out and the old plan. If you wish to get in debt granted by the last Legislature for thvtp<
believe the increase
from a road, and in such double these rates. of receipts will not be as p' '
alter all, revive a lei- at hard work, the old for it There will! be provided
nud sprained state that : pursue plan ; must Til section authorizing tho coinage of a much. We set down the crop of 1S50, at pose. something t ,
jour be self trident that all the evils i in 2,250,000 as the eat.: that
c ther to walk or to is dead," or moved of 37 are three cent price i is retained. out"idl fgure. I may not c., on day. t,

[n this situation! lying } about pay store for us, if we don't adopt timely measures exceed 2, OOOO bales. i New York Senator. .
rf-uained from Tues lay] \ of defence By Telegraph. What justification can there be then, i in 1
for if
I [ the paper until he is ; an increase of 1UO-: seems that the .WooIv-ItfaoV w*
in the I I
present panic, of
nil Saturday afternoon, and then In] 000 bales the Xn\v YORK March f.\cC the abun
blip c on of 49-'iiO 1 mho :
crop can prodnct'such dance of and the i Sewardites in New York not likd/ I
i'ig bard and! frozen, and 1 I the money healthy condition ore
paling, leaving t
.. a panic as the present: knocking" cotton Cotton has advanced .jc..Sal >s today 3000 of trade in Europe. I oa
<:f t we have had this of the elide to the elect a Senator after all-a bill to boo
the'ground), which was down from 14 to 7 cents in! a few weeks, I I bale!, Miiluling Cotton i is quoted at lljc. The Liverpool Circular of the 31st January the election having failed in the Senate oa

inches in depth by the .. what would be tho prico next winter, if the i SECOND DJSP.\Tcn. last, of Coleman & ,"thows the tho -1th The there is a sort of

1.*. lie took ofT his \' western. papers are. farmers. act on the oM! rule, increasing the) NEW YORK, March 7th. total consumption of Europ and the United inst quarrel prey, :
the del States bo i affair between Seward and
nround his broken! leg tnebS on to for family
Cotton is firm, the market has im 3,099,000
number of bales in slightly
1 II.t without success, IJ It is one of the most i proportion to the! fall ?f- proved. Sales to-day 2,000 bales.MOBILE 1S50:> 2,959,000 dent Fillmore. Seward leads on the Wo

rVivcthe knee'hell he domestic and foreign If such fcuicidil policy is pursued, and this Heads and Fillmoro the Silver Gr by

rVU; foot, hands, and and the deficiency should! be a favorable year for cotton, there: : March 10-P. :3\ Decrease 1-0000..,. which euphoneous the adherents of
the four } I felt in the Wcbt- \f The total stock of U:1.mc
During days : ;; ) will bo 3,000,000 bales American Cotton in'
made and cotton at Mobile to date w
Receipts 357,000 due
Mt, drank nothing as publMied in thc ba1l'5 Liverpool in bales reduced either Iou.o are known. I is tt
nor to Ibs. each
will sell in this market from Stoek on hand to-day, 174,012. Stock 30 the
trrl his eyes in sleep. Indiana: Illinois; !Mis next winter at Mre' was less January 1st, 1851, was January truth of history to state that thus fa

aives hovered round ; )', cut 1,009,129( hogs. four to five cents, and as much lower as the time good last season middlings, 1117,293:; 10 bales fair:MiddlingsflJl 1st, 1850, by WOGO bales, and of all Wooly Heads seem to 0 in the ascent,

out molesting him, \ ten per cent differ lords, our master, may: think proper to put if. lOA; 1'2J. ; middling to fair sorts less by 1000 bales less. though the Silver Grays have, by calling! I

tiv thin a few J u1s. ) The difference in Hut take advice and all will welleD for : Then with a diminished forwardthis defes
my crop going
] at Xew Orleans to the aid of the democrats able to
teams and men ,!)!) ,: equal, tt 6 lcCClts Saturday last, from this ; bee'
rrv : year and
I have not the least country, n material
1\ mile and a half lo 408,000) bbl! ., and doubt but a crop of 1- season, 710,135> hale: Stock in.New increase from other countries, there is he Sewar candidate} for Senator in t' ,
hogs than last 500,000 bales would bring more cash than a Orleans on Saturday {;:.7GO bales. Mid c'cn'reason of TJ
n'll'lo the utmost of his )car. to anticipate that the stocks in Liverpool place of Dickinson. It] is a matter '
9A) 10 good
h'.'" heard by these crop of 3,000,000, and this policy is the onlyone 1 filings a ; middlings 10 a 10$l ; January 1st, 1852,] will bo less little which side wins. -
Fair has I been opened) middling Eric 10J! a 11 ; fair a 12; good tAn consequence
that 1
bunging any assistance.it can secure good prices for the balance fair and fine they were on lice 1st of January last. \
People of Color, for nomina At this time Population of South Carolina-
was in this way of last crop.1 A 1 L.l\1'LH. the manufacturers in Englandare ;
Saturday by those who ( for the defence of doing a good business The census of South Carolina ha* b '
\ they are of .
and other litera March 15th, 16r,1. SAVANNAH, March llth.COTTON. bar .
m the distance of( two I stocks,buying only from week to week money completed, and shows a total population r ',:
His ell : are given every even .-The foreign news per Steamship is abundant s
found. and
li<- was A ; every thing indicates a 668,457 against 5 1,43V in 1&*
*rI, his lungs to bleeding I JI.\nDcAsz-The New York Day Book Pacific, and accounts of an advance in New- continuance of an equal rate of consumption J7
says :-Wc have received an ad'ertist'mentfrom York caused market to advance number of white is 23inumbr 'j
Lie. .l crimsoned the now ( -Spence, who yesterday with that of]last year.
.*" .. him with blood. He on Island 70' some Fla., from the brother of a young lady, about !Ic. The sales were 415 bales, as In France, Switzerland, Germany, and of slaves 3$1,720. ,

,* Quasquelon, aud two '\"l' t and brought he/ore denouncing in the strongest t terms our 1 language follows: 0 at 7; 10 at8J ; 7 atOJ ; 15 at on the Continent generally, the business up
is of Truth in few words.
rac ;' capable son of a wealthy 9J GO at 93 343 at 10 and 4
,,tt not until ) trial. I A. Hulburt, gentleman ; ; ; at 10* cts. Cotton manufacturing has been tho Wsylvanian
f., ( Brooklin, who, under the promise of pound. steadily on A Washington correspondent of
his friends succeeded, ; Squire Green aside, per the"increns and and food
peace cheap
seduced the are ia t f i
marriage, sister and then forsook
: deal of
if he did a groat to
(til( efforts, in getting: a t tlimb. not acquit 1 her. The brother was in this telling as in England favorably on consump t r .J.,
city some MACOX
him and March llth.COTTON. .
; lie was still immediately weeks tion. few lines :
endeavoring to find the heartless
with little hope of \ it at him, but who had for scoundrel .-We have no chango to notice I is a cheering fact that in tho last three Talk of the settlement of the slam qub ,

[[Miner's (Dubuque) d the pistol up, and t the happiness of his borne ever destroyed and kindred.ihe'peacoand But the since our last. The sales reported to us for years consumption has not diminished, notwithstanding tion! The idea is absnrd. I "i :
head, without hitting the week ending amount to about prices ruled the settled -
coward, well that yesterday on 1st January as long as a demagogJe ndot :
knowing to the
Important Decision. towards his house, and indignant brother of his victim meet would wrong be 500 bales. We quote extremes today, 7 to last, 25 per cent higher than tho same time office through its ao tolion. I
has decided that the him he turned and cents. the before. Yet seal t1
up certain and death { year in tho face of these were to tie its hands and up tlt
speedy kept concealed.
for cash, without effect Hulburt facts if the
sold still holders of Cotton in make no resistance to anti-ilsc.r i
leiker! )'* i is void' in lw% turned and again fired The letter of the hrcther sent to us Copt,h. Messrs. Henderson, Quitman, 'Lopez and ,in this country persist iu forcing'Liverpooland their and nigber-stealerssnd no altoiipt pscW ::

can recover from an a his heart, and he fell luh [is now in the hands of his lawyer in Wall Gonzales all Dichrged. 1. Cotton upon the market, prices will not rally, their when robbed of it, tha !s W

*nuJ loses the money.- ; a word. Spence was street, and we advise the seducer by all means By : telegraphic de"pAch' New Or and may ,go lower. tors propry -the G reelcy and Garmoasatts6ed' >

has just Napoleon, where ho to take immediate measures to repair as muchas leans dated' March o'clock, P. 3L, we I ,But the prices onthis ,side the water are and: te. would not 0 -
) that Shadrach officer having: him i is in his power the injury he has inflicted learn that' Gen. HENDERSON'S: third trial resulted relatively.lo.\vcr than they were in ] Then' Keleys go in strongest for a ,
Montreal, upon a poor unoffending girl. ,as those whichpreceded i it in the last Liverpol "
uf" at that place on 1 Enquirer. ,. jury j by adt ices by'two scat per lb I the slave for as.usnaton. I IProne


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of the House proposed a vote ofthariks, unanimously, Resignation of the BritLih Ministry._A Notice. I STIMSON & GO'S. "*
March 4. to the Speaker Mr. Howell Cobb.At Paris letter t Coach-making, Black-smithing- j
of the 13th ult in the Philadelphia
ALL creditors, legatee.',and rwrson? entitled to dis- New York, Xcw Orleans, and 9I.blle ExpretfONNECTINO ,
genatP as soon as it met, yesterday, half past 12, a message was received Inquirer, has the following omlnus postscript out of the estate of Reubeti B. Hicks, Horse-shoeing. with the swiftest and most rwponible -

'(be j motion of Mr. Clay, the consid- from the President of the United States, stating : deceased, late of Brunswick County, Vinrinia are mITE subscribers respectfully C Expresses between the principal Towns in

on the Kircr and Harbor fill b' a that, for grave and weighty causes connected Do not bo surprised if the nest steamer hereby notified that their claims and "demand* Trill be -, j. announce to the public that' Maine New ILunp..hir<\ Vermont, ilasNichusftti*,

n'n' of with executive business, each Senator elected brings the intelligence of the burred at the expiration of two years from the date they have entered into eopartncrliip Rhode Island, Connecticut. Lower Canada. New York
o130 if 24.! though it was evident to all, to assemble in you resignation hereof unless the name be exliibited to the subscriber for the purpose of carrying on the above buiness State, Delaware, Pennsylvania Maryland. District of
was required session of the
vot' at 12 in
bC bill would occupy exclusively the present ministry England. There witluu that time; and all persons liarinc any demands in all their various branches, pledging themselves Columbia, Indiana, Ohio, Illinois, the Western State
o'clock ths 4lh} of
!ibat ol'the pension. Mr. Clay' remarkedft on day March, and that a are reasons for this I will explain in my next against the said estate,am also notified to present them to endeavor to give satisfaction to all *Lo may generally, the Mississippi and Alabama River Towns,

tday was a decided majority for the bill, notification would be sent to each Senator.Mr. .- lint they will return to power in a very short for settlement, without delay. entrust them with their wort. and the prominent places in Georgia and the Carolina

there would to have it laid aside Dickinson said he supposed the President time, and so much stronger that they will be BURWELL B. WILKES, 11 IL BERRY, Our facilities arc so extensive aixl perfect, that waan
!IjuI that he prefer would send commissions also to those who had Executor of Last Will and Testament. T1IOS. HAYES. secure the safe and speedy TraitfjicrtatioH of
prepared out bolder
the defeat of all the other bills. Mr. Hun. not received them. A motion carry a policy than Oadsden Comity, Marcli 1, 1861. 8 8\r N. 11.-Mr. Hayes in the gentleman who ha been FrtigAt, Trent*, JViuy**. and ValU rarest:.
remarked that the majority of the Senate Jo adjourn sine before* Are you ready in the United States fiii. the last eight months in the employ of Messrs. from one end of the country to the other, aud between-

er responsible for the public business, die was lost ; yeas 8 nays20-several Senators to stand by England if she strikes for the : An Ordinance.To 'Idler' & Brokaw, and U well known its the best Horse- the most remote point

0\vere pk Io lllC fact that llPy) olllj, tyrn.fiin" refusing to vote. Mr. Dawson moved, freedom of Europe!" raise a Revenue for the City of Tallahas. hoer iii the County,and otherwise an excellant Smith. From our many yearsexperirace in tb EXPRESS
shctllJ l at 1 o'clock, that the River and Haibor bill No extra charge for interfering Shoes. The pricx? for IUiiLXiC$5, v,hile connected, with 3essrs. Adams t Co,
*. )e> in the consideration ofthis bill, renrpr be laid on tie table for the Bah Does this pretended prophet know see for the Fiscal Year commencing on the Shoes is 37} cents a piece. Our shop is East of and our numerous advantages ia other respects, (not

A r necessary an extra session. Mr. 1-oote the present, lo take time extent of the National debt of England ? first day of April, in the year one thousand lessrs. Miller t Brokaw's Stables. the least of wluclt is the eonfideure and patronage uf

called the attention of the Senate to the up Appropriation bills. A question was eight hundred andffty.one. March 1. 1S51. 8 4t the New York communitr.) we feel assured that wa

Jeifoi rain there were three treaties to be con. raised by Mr. Mason, as to who were Senators It covers the snug little sum of 1,074,935-,- Just Received hall never cease to give the most entire sati' ictioo to

"drrcd Executive session Several Sena.itors and who were not. Mr. Davis, of Massachusetts 555 !-The annual interest is 111,470,260 our friends the Jewellers, Bankers, ta i Merchant

in the minority, aid that they were contended that the political day a sum sufficient to pay all the expenses of our SECTION 1. CoUJiCIt.KE IT ORDAINED CITY EV THE TALLAHASSEE I.NTEN-' A SMALL lot of genuine CUBA TOBACCO generally.We .
in pre- ended the -1th of OF THE Of SEED, for sale at E. BARNARD'S Drug and beg leave to call attention to our California Ex.
to po on wiih amendments and discus. on March at 12 o'clock, me Government for two years and a-half. These That the first section ot the Revenue Act iledicum Store, sign of the Mortar. >rcss from New Orleans, and our Express between
pared ridian. Finally it'was declared that the ot the last jear be, and llie is contioucdin full New
political same Orleaan and Mobile
j'he' friends f the' b''"! have taken constitute bond and March 1, 185L 8 tf
day does not end till 12 o'clock to-mor- sums security agaiast force as part of this Ordinance. Oifice* St Charles Hotel Building New Orlsaoa.
If dar/ said' a pnl1or: and its opponents The Great Britain troubling herself about "the SECTION 2 Be itjnrthtr Ordained, That-there and 19 Wall street New York.
motionfto Coffee.
** row. lay the bill on the table Pork, Bacon Molasses, and
take another! Mr. Tiirney said, look. shall be levied and collected the lo'lowing Taxes 1 1851.
will towards Mr. Clay, the minority will be was put and the result was yeas 19, nays 20. freedom of Europe." lor the fiscal jear commencing on (lie first day of A FRESH supply received per Tallahassee, and February 4 ;
,ing The conflict was resumed. Mr. Soule of April, 1S.31 : for sale by Notice.THE .
tjund to be made of as good stufis as ihe ma- fered an amendment and declared his oz:7-: The Uoston Post publishes nio t of 1st.-Upon all Merchants tending goods, wares McNAUGHT & ORMOXD. undersigned hereby give notice that their re-
conflict renewed purpose
So lliR was und Newport, March 1, 1851. 8
and merchandize
iry.,; to use all proper means to defeat a Uill which the resolutions adopted by the meeting of tax ol lhirly-li\e finis on every offices will be open for the rrait -ictioti of
with spirit and ingenuity on hundred d<'liars in value ot the Mock trade
0111icted great in on official business
from 9 to o'clock
State Warehouse. 2 day Sun-
was, he said founded the unblushing Democrats from all Agricultural erery
the iir day
.!**. upon portions Virginia, upon t ot April next, as near an the same can lay's oxcejited.
l.ob. : thirty times votes corruption thai was ever practiced under the joint basis of the of the be asccrtdiiiid.Jc5 T HE subscriber would respectfully invite the at- The and of and
St least twenty or were rights Stated and necessity propriety regular spccifwllours
i a free The debate -Upon &11 venders ot go nls, wares and merchandize tenth of Farmers and Planters to their large
government. was sustained of iKOJ-invM
taken on amendments and on motions to lay for the union of the States, and adds : (oilier thnn itinerant traders,) who shall and varied assortment of Agricultural and Horticul- law and public office, are recognized bj
some hours on amendments. The usage, and are too obvious to require explanation.
the bill oil the table, and to pnMpone it. 'I'lJeApStOO The tone of these comineucf business alter Ihr riist day ot April next, ural Imjilemeut. which will l>e found on examination .
that Mr Clay bad thrown out, at prospect wns. when this was closed, that the resolutions is tnly a tax ut' lhut>-fi>e cents on ory iiundrrd dollar to be as large a'iI well selected as any similar estab-- C. W.
ja favor debate would continue; till 12 o'clock tomorrow catholic, charitable, kind, conciliatory, national ID value ol their tocL in trade, to be tstiuiated and i.-hment in the Unite Stjites. Among which may be DOWNING. Secretary Statt. .
vi l the sitting JOHN
chopping; BEARD Cainvtrolltr.W. 4-
die, c-jacJ in all cu <> ut uujr time alter the commence bund the following, viz: R hAYWARD
alternative the total loss Treasurer. 4
uliili, as mi! to of Hills lost.W4'flINGTON has given us Washington and Jefferson ment ol such t>ii>i He-u. Prucidtd, Such tax shall! be PLOWS.-lYouty t Mear's celebrated and highly
Appropriation a D. S. WALKER. Puttie Land
Hotter Appmpiiatiou Hills, was nut followed and asedbefure iheexpiiation of the ntxt fiscal ear. approved Center Draught (which took the first prem- Key.!
worthy of the of time R. S. HAYWARD Clerk
himself. acceptance democracy 3d_Uion; all Auction Sales, one half per cent. um at the late State Fair). Minor & Horton'a (which Sup. Court.
Cn l by March 4 .I P. of every Stale of the Union. the SL-.uuril ot 5JIt the fair and February 1,1851. 4 tf
C&ss and Mr. Bradbury got nncrnfndaient M. upon trn j ( took the second premium at same ) Eagle,
Mr. tip lib-Up9f all improved and unimproved town all the various Southern sub-soil, side till Plows, of
to the cflVcJ that no pail oflhe Adjournment rf Congress. COST or A QrKKN.-Victoria, Queen of the lots, a tax ot thirty-live cent on every hundred dollars he latest style arid finish. FLETCHERVILLE HOUSE.

jppropriatpd by this bill, should be exnende'd JJoih Houses nf Congress adjourned sine United Kingdom," draws the **lue thereof.3h HORSE POWERS.-Emery
till iL lhouli be found that they would die, to-dny, at a quarter past 12 o'clock, after following : -Upi.u every practicing Physician, Dentist, : Horse Powers and Threshers, Wheelers, Bogar- PRIVATE BOARD, all thing*included,at $10 p
\\lt tnft out of the revenue of the year, after being in continuous scsbiou twenty-five snug little sum from the British Exchequer or AUoin ") and Coun-f llor at Law, one pt-r ceut. on dus, tc, &c.COIIN Travellers accommodated, without Li.

other This seemed hours. annually : every iundrtd d 'lUrsot annual income. SI I ELLERS.-Several new style*, recently char,a heap cheaper than Cotton .
iitUivm* appropriations.; 6il.-Upon all tree culnred males, between the made, together with all the old and most popular bells.P. P. SMITH.
tobe'lhe crisis, of the qtieslio.i. Some Dem During the course of last night, Messrs. The Queen's salary was fixed by the Reformed ages of twenty-one and filly years, a tax ol ten dol kinds. January hR. 1851. 2 6m

ocrauon the side of the bill voted for this ST.VM.EV amid CLIMMAV: of North-Carolina, Parliament, in 1835, at 395,000 lars.7i. STRAW CUTTERS.-"Wm. Hovej's patent Cyindrical -

amendment, and it was lost by a tic rote of'29ia29. bad .1 slight personal diUjTulty, but it amounted nearly two million dollars. This is distributed h-Upon! all free colored fernale between the Straw Cutters (the most approved in the mar- Pious Plow Points, Bars Ac.
underwood of number of apes ot tvteul-one and hEy ers, a tax of five dcl- :et. and the only one where the knives are adjustable HEIR t RUST have just received a good assort
But i J5.u'as now course, to nothing serious. \Vith this among a tilled Lord
exception person,
lars.Sih on the cy lender); C. Hovey t Go's., Clinton's, Sin of Plows, Plow Points, and Ban; aLa
tint the SUPCPM; or the amendment would! cffectully every thing passed ofT peacefully.Tbe Chamberlains, (J rooms ia Waiting, Gentleman -Upon all \th te male inhabitants, between clair's, tc., of every size for cutting Hay, Straw, and Grass Blades, Scythe Blades, and Cradle

defeat the bill. Fortification, Harbor and French Spoliation Ushers, Sergeantatarmshosc duties the ages ol twenty-one and sixty year a poll tax ol Corn Stalks. February 1. 1851. 4 tf

After kix o'clock, Mr. Sonic ofi 'red an Kill, together involving an expenditure are to hold watch outside the King's tent, one dnlUr.yth Corn and Cob Crushers of different varieties both

tmendtiient, find in illustration of it, called for of nine millions of dollars, have all been defeated dressed in complete armour, and armed with I'rofitltil-Upon, The all City slaves Council, a tax may of sevnty-flve exempt from cents taxation : he fur hand market.and horse power, warranted equal to any in HEIR Jk RUST Hoots are and now Shoes.opening a large assort

lie reading of a very voluntitious (opn raphi- ; also the bills for the Indemnification a bow, arrows, a sword, and the maces of office. any slnfe lauurn.g! under mr bodily althction Fanning Mills, Cultivator Harrows, Thermometer of gent Calf pegged and sewed Boots; also

cal report. Mr'I16'8''! WH bad often visited of THOMAS HITCIIII::. ." This in the nineteenth) : century In IT intirmity, on application ol the owner of and Barrel Chums, Rakes, hoes, Forks fcc, tc. Congress Patent Leather and Cloth luLl! Boot; Calf
chamber ()late Raid lhat the d The the Lord Steward's such slave. or lime w iiit.lUth full mewed and Tagged Brogans, Seal and Patent Leather
the Senate ._; Cni'd' as well be read after the termi.thrill Appropriation }Jill including Army* and bacon, eggs and cheese consumed, equals about -Upon all pleasure Carriages, Harouches.Bti of Field and Garden Seeds, of the latent growth Slippers; also a good assortment of Ladies Gaiters,
Navy -
ie*, Tilbnnt, Stii.bop: Cliair, Sjlkeys and and best qualities. Guano, Bonedust. Plaster, and all Slippers, Buskins. Ties, Boot*, and Shoes; also a gooj
MC Of the StSSIQII, as now. Mr. roote Ci\il, and Diplomatic, Wen Point, Mexican Mr. Fillmore's salary. The butcher' Smtigt; Coact.fx, a tai of thim-hve ct-i.ts on every other fertilizers, constantly on hand, and for sale in assortment of boys misses, and children Shoes.

aid 1 fe vii ai: instructive reporl, and would Indemnity, Postage Appropriation; Indian Appropriation bill is nearly fifty thousand dollars. The hundred dollars s'sluther.'f.. quantities to suit purchaser, at the lowest rate February 1, 1sl.; 4 tf

ierte < *1k J a va)' the lime. We were Post Route, Light House, &c., Lord Steward gets 810,000, and the Master 1 Ith-Upone very Sla pt.blicly rxhibited for ale BAKU it ATTERBURY,
within Iht- incur til iia.ils oi tho tax ot New York
porat city a Warehouse
ptiin? ( fl edfflly. This was a scientific re. have be:i pawd, and all signed by the President of the Household, who does the so-called duties tour dullari., No. 25 Cliff fit. New York. Agricultural ,

rmtirf tvrv flwin* t'Ohe Senate and by.lenders. of the Tinted States. gets about -$15,000. The kitchen takes Src. 3. B? it fmrthrr Qr
Mr. PWps} applied to the Senate : -Cy/JSU) about $50,000, the chk'f cook getting -hall be levied and collected the Jullcwi.ig Lcenelt.lJpon The Working Farmer, B. ALLEN &. CO. ,
from Ihr fialfhnorr Sun. March 4. 83,500 salary. This the most extensive assortment of Plows,
the UswntfcE. department costs
to "(i on with annually devoted to the interest HAVE
all rflai'er of vinou Ii. publication,
The spirituum or all kinds of and
Kent Agricultural Horticultural
Mr. Main nioved tlirt llie River <' rH! Hartor County Kassacre.Ain JC12S3SG, about 000,000. The department nor? in iJ'23I1tLIl.s| K-.3 than one quart, a tax ol sixd. .Li. .f Ai iculture, Horticulture. Gardening, ic., ed- miilc-ments and Machinery. Al-o, all kinds of Field

(Bill IIP laiJ on the Cable. He mad tijs } Ain ICTUIBS. of the Master of the Horse, who I! .>llaf. ted by I"rofsasor Mapes published by A. Longett, at and Garden Seed, and Fertilisers, such as Guano

motion in consequence oflhe remarks of Mr.C.aj Time inptorious massacre of Mr. Wm. Co den and gets 812,500 a year, costs 8335,000 a yar.On !-Upon all Billiard Tables and R-i* line Alleys, he State Agricultural Warehouse, No. 25 Cliff street, Bone Dust, Poudretle, Planter,
who musl now beconvinccdthat the mln 'mljr caused great excitement in all j the lower coun one occasion, recently, 355,000 were ofTen-pin( Ailev iechmcally *o called, used for hire, New York. Price $1 a year. Orders from Merchants and Planters, will t*
tiesd *l'e 1armi that the country i is scoured in ts of fifty dollars. March 1, 1S51. 8 5t attended to.
pur- punctually
O'iiy; rvouid not sidl'-rUiis bill to be passed; and 5u3t tt ts mL'st'Ein. voted for the Queen's tables, and the same 3,1-Upon every dray or rail, used for hire, a tax January, 1851. 8

IIPiihed to jive Ltui an opportunity to vote i The Kent NeW* >f Saturday morning, contains the session refused 150,000 for national educa of tight ilollars..jth Kale on Monday, 1th April, 1831.

fur laying a ide the bill. Hut-here a question following additional jijrticulan pf the heart-rending affair tion. Got! save the Queen !' -Upon every two or four horse wagon used lor Sheriff's Sale. The American Agriculturalist.

lire, a tux cf ten dotlirs.h NASH, P. IL, Tallahassee, will receive aub-
of orJer and Mr. Clay with the DR.
aiose, some tem By have
On Th-irsd.ty night lat, the D2d it., the family of way, wo seen a paragraph { -Upon every hark, or public carriaaeu fd for B Y virtue of a writ of Fieri Facias, issued from f>r this valuable paper-flayear-.-
called upon the reporters to note that one Mr. Win. ro d\nconsisting: chiefly himst'lf] )his wife, somewhere to the effect that Mrs. C. M. Kirkland hire, a tax of eight dollars, excrj.t hacks and carriages the Clerk's Office of the Circuit Court for the bound volumes 81 25 each, very neatly bouni 01J

hour of lie precious lime of the Senate had Mi* Cordon, lii sister,on a vi-it, aged about 17 years, now in England and beloiging: to public livery stable County of Leon Middle Circuit of Florida, wherein subscribers can pay Dr. Nash
- been wasted in reading this report. Mr. Jefffrson llis* WcUxtcr, hife wife's sister, two Mnall eJui1Jre: ,(one a correspondent Oth-Upon every public Livery Stable, a tax of he Union Bank of Florida is PUintiff" and Richard SOLON ROBINSON, General Agent

Davis, tinder wine excitement, animtdvef.ed an infant lt,"*tljcr afewye nsold.audcapableoftalk- of Sartain's Magazine, has written concening forty dollars.7th K.( Call is Defendant, have levied upon, and will January 25,1851.PREMIUM.
Upon Hawker and Pedlar vending'ood, for sale, before the Court house door, in the
HiLt white lad colored and every expose
:1)a a buy a negro woman, a Victoria that she is
upon Mr. Clay' attempt, at the head kitchen servant were living in peace and quiet un-u- well understood tobe \artsand merchandize, a tax ot one hundred dolars. city ot Tallahassee, on the first Monday in April COTTON GINS. .

ofajnajontr, to trample down aud brow-beat poctmg; harm from anyone. Tho white family were at a person of very limited intellect, not wholy next, within legal hours, the following tract of land, E T. TAYLOR & CO.. Proprietors of the CoIn -
the ntiojlv. This wat. Uic great question tea betweenMXiuid i-cven o'clock. Mr. Cosden having sane at present, and liable to complete Sth_Upon every person who shall, fur profit wilhn or so much thereof as will satisfy the debt due, to minis Cotton Giu Manufactory, have the nuslaction

hat divided parties in this eountr%'. If the fini-hed, turned his cliuir to the fire, when he was deliberately Aberration as she older." the corporate limits of this city, discount, buy or wit : announce to their patrons and the Plan,
wWtd'-wn by dime one from the yard,through grows ell drafts or bills of exchange, drawn upon any A tract containing 200 acres, more cr less, lying, era generally, throughout the Cotton growing re-
friends of the preterit adminibtrttion would ilace beyond the limits of this .Slate,either with his being and adjoining the city of Tallahassee on the gion. tbat they are prepared to supply number
window ball
an ounce having his any
take the the wheels jienetrated liofly We copy the following letter from the Flo- credit for Bank known the former residence of defendant
responsibility stopping --the 'wretd ie'three in nuniKTiminediate1yl 1 teat wiitlrt wn funds means or or as agent any North, better as of their celebrated PREMIUM Gi>s.
of the povernmr ridian A Journal. In noticing the election r individual, there shall be assessed and collected now occupied and in possession of M. ALong Where these Gins have been once nsed, it would

the; were welcome to it. lithe Senate entered j the Tblflhen they -liot Mrs. Cosden pun, butt of Mr. MALLORY we took occasion to make a tax of one cent upon every hundred dollars in a- Esq.,w hich has a fine three story brick dwell be deemed unnecessary for the Manufacturers to say
mount exchange so bought, and every hundred ing and other necessary out houses situated thereon. word in their lavor, as they feel confident the
*t5 ready to drop the bill, which was of dieputd lie made an effort and ran into the yard and was some remarks concerning his election of a machines
dollars in amount so sold, Jor and during the year Levied upon a* the property ol said defendant, and have been brought tn such perfection that
constitutionality, tnd proceed to consid. fouud dead having a ball through or near the heart, character not warranted,judging from the ten next preceding the date at which the assessment tube sold satisfy said writ of Fieri Facias, for the heir: superior performance will recommend them,

measures wittin cur legitimate power, be and two.rtabi upon her port-on. They then}, -hot dead or of this letter ; and we take the earliest oportunity of siich tax shall be made. use of Charles Morrison. in preference to all other Gina now in ue. For the
den wli''e
Mi'-s Ct) rwi jierimnihere al--utwo ftabs.f .
would jielJ the point of order he had made ne of the fiends went stairs, Miss are Webster > of withdrawing anythIng partaking fih( -Upon all agencies cf Insurance Companies, A. A. FISHER, Sheiiff. satisfaction ot those who hve not used the Gins,
up a Mater
en the suspension cfthe re ad ing of the report. of Mrs. Co den, in bed, where he had l bt.en confined of a want of confidence in his sound State and upon of Factor every Commi agent s-ion or House partner within Commission this Febroarv22, ISfl. 7 2t and are unacquainted with their reputation, the Pro.
City, a or prietors need only say, that the FIRST Premiums
Mr. Duller contended that the Senate had no by pickncss fur two weeks, she implored him to rights views, or of his integrity in regard to Merchant, located or residing beyond the limits of Groceries, &c. have been awarded to them for the BEST GIN exhibited

right to suspend the reading of the report, although spare her life-told him if money wax his object, all he manner of his election. "lie seems to his State, shall be assessed and pav every ycar.a tax IUST received per" Tallaha' e" from New Orleans, at the great State Fair held at AIanta:! ,Georgia

tie Senator from Louifcia.ua had d pu- life The monster deliicrately rai ed Ills and "
led the > pun presented free from connivance !: received, for and during the year next pre 10 i do. extra do. and Mechanic's Fair, held at Columbus ; and at tie
reading oflhe to another. Mr. it when she raised her feeble any or intrigue with
report to
arui protect ceding theibie ol such assessment, by such agent or 6000 pound Ribbed Sides, annual Fair of the South Carolina Institute, at
'helps apologized (for interfering, and said he In* jKr: *< i from the iu'm1t t-avage, the ball, in its Mr. Yulee's enemies, or of the enemies of the mariner, or by the said Factor, Cemiii $ion House, 2000 Canvassed Hams, Chailcston. The Cotton ginned on tae Gins received -

would pledge himself oerer f her nrm, expo great cause of which Mr. Y. \\as the earnest orCorarnissio'n Merchant through the agency of such 1 hogshead Brown Sugar, the first Premiums at the exhibition held in

time cftfce Senate again. Mr. Clay, in a few ing; the larger arteries, ocl forcing itself tlimujrh her and able advocate.-Montgomery Advertiser agent .>r partner.KJih 10 kegs Leaf Lard, CharlestonSouth Carolinaand 21 every Fair wher
body four; nlugt> were al j found in her bed which venders of Lottr Tickets often
word said ; was and Slfilr (;adue. -Upon all ry tax 1 bbl. samples of Cotton from them have been exhibited.
qu'lion was wtether the set uu fire bv the dJcliiirge of the gun, or by this de- ---- dollars: And all tetailets of }pirilnou3 or vinous, 1 Lard Oil The Proprietors hare in their possession numerous

rnijoriiy or tie niinorhy should) govern this mon. Another of these villains rej aircd to the lvifJi- Stock of liquors as aforesaid, all keepers ot billiard tables, or Also, 1 barrel White Prepared Hominy, certificates from Planter*, Cotton Brokers, Com
tuody, atd -siatever tniyH Ix the 'dcision of en, and hot down tli" uegrw woman the ball ju'-sinir Statement of Cotton. livliiir t or tenin; alt-\s! all keepers of every dray 4 tt unbolted Rye Flour. mission Merchants, and Manufacturer of Cotton

tlue tount', he vas v.-il.i.ig to abide the iisue.AHertll through her bodv. The white nnd eolorcd !Lid-t made Comparative the Ports, at the the latent K-cripts date of Cotton at or cart.or to or fo'ir burse wijon, or hack or public BERRY & ROWLES, Auctioneers.etc. Goods, testifying that the performance of the Gins,
thfir and run to (iM rjrcto- C'roIloads usd for hire aforesaid-all keepers and the
this escajKj a carriage, as February 2-2, 1S51. 7 tf samples produced by them, cannot be excelled
ephod' Mr. Soulc resuuicd and ditince of two and a half mile* and rate the alarm 15o. of li\ -ry stables, hawkers and pedlars, agents of by any Gins ever manufactured.
continued his remaiks. when the citizen iinrae
The Ilnusft has the bill and fccoured the neighhorlniod. buteould pet no clue to Mobile, .February 26_3-13.71 1 _272.878 lottery ticket-,shall, under penalty double the tax Superior Liquors. local Agents, ot forwarded to the Proprietor by
passed e1aLlishing Texas_. . March 1. 17, 2_ 17,23$ callings 1 PIPE superior HOLLAND GIN,
Boari the murderers. Mrs Codicil and Mi s Cosden were inca-eof failure, before their several avocatu>n mail, will always receive prompt attention. Gin*
ConiTnisiionerR to adjust land title killed, Mr. Cosdcn hved till near 10 o'clock, Ijctwe'Mi rioiida_.February 26. .117,410 1,5,5 or business as ak.res.aid may be pursued, jnd .1 i Pinct Castillion Braidy, will be sent to any part cf the country, and war
tn Ctlifcraia-. also, a bill for converting a two and three hours. He talked fjeely to the neurh- Sa\annah,_. .March 4. .22S.721 .253,555 upon the pajmenl ol the taxes levied as aforetiid.obtaci 4 Madeira Wine, extra quality, ranted to give satisfaction.

i!1elmetPt of Infantry into a Mounted Itegi.ITnt. l or..---(h'd not know -ither of the mou4<>r -to him Charleston,. to 6. .274,783_26y, WN ) a License si to do froti the Iitt ndant, to be J pure Port Wine, Jo ;. L. DUTTON Airent.Colurobn .
Tlw Lieui iiant Ueneral Hill failed.j'jint they were strangers He stated that he did not know Carolina,. .February 22- i',2 16_ C,453; countcr.sign l by the Treasurer, arid such License 1 bbL Iru-h Whiskey a very superior article.In *, Ga., February S, l l.St. ft ly
The that he had an enemy in the world and that he had Virginia. 1. 11,15(5.( 5,275 shall not be ibs'urd for a shorter pciiul than one store, and for sale low byOEO.
for national
sending a Groceries.
of to human and could
no feeling enmity a being, nut year.
"f l to bring to this country Kosj-uth and his divine th<* motive to the deed 1.708,70ft 1,5711,2: 1 Ith-On all Shows other than Circuses or Equestrian February 15, 1Si1. 6 BBLS. extra superfine Flour.
co iianons\m; passed. The bill granting ilif Webster, who it i feared, is shot tlimigh the 1,57S,233: Exhibitions, a tax of five dollars, and on all 100 bushels AVhhc Com.

iandBiotlie Stats for 11!.= 1jcne l of the itidi- lunyalii i5Upjx)*ed mortally, did not know the man O reuses or K.upstmn, exhibitions, a (tax often dol- Bank of the State of Florida." 60 ** heavy seed Oats.., 'I
; die de-ciibed him Increase in Receipt, 135,473 lrs shall be levied and collected lor each exhibition, the 10 barrels Mess Pork
tent insane, wes one ofihose that failed.- who shot her, as having black whi T lIE undersigned having accepted appointment ,
iLe r nch kers. Her clodies and mon -y remained untouched fjjrftortg to Foreign J'ortx. a license lo authorize \\hich) mtit t fust be obtained of Commissioners under the 4th section of 3 casks Sides, i,
; Spoliuion Bill failed for want anJ plunder d(,c not appear to haven! the motive To the latest dates,.lfiSO-51 _ROC.040 from the Iiiiemlaut.aiid ounterslgiifri by theTrcasurer the act of the General Assembly of the State entitled 2 tierce S. C. hams "* '*

"au-o tlirds) cote to take it up-the v ,te be. to the deed On yesterday the jury of inquest met a 4 .18-19-50 711,294 ,under a penally double the tax herein assess An act to incorporate a Bank in the City of Talla- 2 bbK Leaf Lard,

8 SWUM, my 73. Mr. Hunter's bill The whole section of the county is Jeeply excited, and ed. hassee," approved 24th January, 1851, receive subscription C u Green Apples?
all itinerant tr lt-r" shall offer
"Pwjms tie Tariff of 1645 and providing tuned out in large numb-rs to examine"th.' scene timid Increase Export: *,.184,746Slock 12lh-Upon merchandize for sale in this city to the Capital Stock of the "State Bank of 20 planting Potatoes .
if detect the ti>di, wares or Florida" notice that in writing 1 Team Nuts
waLoardcf lend their aid possible, lo f.-loim. The htrebv give subscriptions ,
fApjrakcroat large, u-at on hand at (he J'vrl There bal! be levied and collecieJ a tax clone hun
hffne is represented a agonizing to those who witnc. ced for constituting the Capital Stock of said Bank 10 Drum Figs,
it. Father, mother, Mster, weltering in blood, hiid To the latest date. ,...1 50-51_ dred d .tlars ; aiiil a licence so lo sell shall first be will be received by them at the office of Henry L. IS bbls. Rectified "WlnVltry,
At '4 '4 a from the Inlenclant as afotc-said, under a
la.f past aiuet ftcr an apjoal from Mr. side by de-while the little tender child would call 14t-'j. obtained in case lailureso to do, of a double lax to Rutgers on the first day of March next The sail] Landing from Schooner Tallahasvc. fnr pal., Iy
Pearce ofMltmbio the and minorny fur its wuJi'r and its father in vain. The very ftones penaltv subscriptions to be accompanied with twenty per omt McNAUGHT i 'OllMOND.

of the Seat majority the conflict- would feeeui to cry for veigoiuce upon the atrocious Increaso in stock,. .. 91,9MAHRIED. be SEC ir p' 4Be ed. furtlttr Onlaiifd, That every Daerreotypi of the respective amounts in gold cr silver. The Newport, January 25, 1851. 3

and u tuspend; iiurJererc, who had lc' pernit ', occupation
carried i fusine8 ul'the Senate to be juil less of Luman sympathy than the tiger. I hi: iiCitv,and every non-esi lent I leiitict, before pursuing sixty days and if at that time more thari the whole For Sale, to arrive per Schooner Flirt.
on to a conrlusion k thought that VIio conceive of ) thor.4tulv On the th instant Richard amount of the stock H found to be subscribed the SACKS Liverpool Salt
the was eau theradically depraved and 11 by Reiran, H-rfir., M r. liis profession vullun the limits of this city, entire Onn ,
matter would be settled ; but, on Mr. indurated heart of a human Ix-ing who could invade JOSEPH S.OHISSETT toMUs JAN'E E.11EXFJIO, slii.il a tax of ten d"lar! and obtain a license stock will be divided among the subscribers in wL/U 10 tierces and 5 barrels Rice

mrce's ma-ion to Jay the bill on the table! the domestic hearth,ant Ibhootdown inniMu>nt and all of Leon County.To from the pav Inlembnt ; and upon future or refusal so proportion to their subscriptions. 3 qr.casks Pale anti Brown Sherry. "Wine,
ihe lelnk-. h'jhadwr the bloom JAMES KIRKSEY, 6
vole aiuH. c <'ngednToncin shall double I lie tax altove aessed.
was d ,
to <> pay
Len a.otlier yeas 21, nays 33. At half past lj1 life and buoyancy t motion to lay the billjon the ta- band, wife, i-ister-in a mon\eut. into the presence (if of Oidinaacc conflict with the DAVID C. WILSON 1 Mariner "
Lie : I respectfully announce inyself acanlidate for *. *>r parts .
was j Joat, yeas 23, nays :i:,. It was evi. (>oJ, and tisiii the uutricd reuliues
dent? aylr- I'earce remarked: ihit the two To a% the wh< le w invested m de p an j inijiciictrublewyrtery. ut the election in May nexL JESSE ATKINSON' time same are hereby repealed.ssed ROUT. V.'. WILLIAMS lina by negro labor, and are sent as earsplea. We call
jartje become But there i ji n IVovM-nce nljove us, whose March 15; 1851. Scntine' the Council and approved, this 2llh day ol HY. L. RUTGERS, the attention of our friends to them.MeNAUGUT.
Ltd tLt ''ier mutually exasperated, 3xJ law i that "helin hlicddeUi niau's blood, by [ February, .e. I). IS.'il. Tallahassee Felx8,1S51. 5 [Sentinel xt ORMOND. .
<> u'as no prospect that cither man shall Li1* Ll4 bo fchcd." That kiwi and wise 1) P. Hor.UE, Intendant. Newport Jannary, ISo'l. 3H.

'ou1d yield. jje uJ! them that |hc cour, }. Vuvi-Se-iee[ which ham unravelled s, many crooked CHARLES W, DOWNING, Alte l-Gr.o. W. HCTCIIIXS, CUrk. Seed Oats.

tiould hold both jU majority and minority wavrf
eqialy Lise 1055 ofihe wlfl not let tlKve human nitnste.r.% Maincd with trip]>le, Tallahassse Flarida.CT leans, 200 bushels of St Louis Seed Oats. ATTOHM1EY AT LAW .
Appro. five foil iniirJer, State of Florida--Gadsden County, ROWLES.A. ,
; jxrlsps| e-xrapc. The blood of the fa- Feb. 8,1851. 5 BERRY i Madison
lL Office at the Court House Florida.
(If iff8 ccibCf'IJ''Ilt embarrass-j.ent Ja-r, ol iiin-vout an 1 helple-s woman, rise ujt from the Cajit-L Middle Circuit of J'furid.a-h, Chancery. ,

uia'tr4tiou: ; and tke espenfce and grouu I, and b.me alrtig on cvjry wiud, cry out for March 15, 1851. 10 If SPRING TERM! A. D., ISOl. E. MATVVEI.L. SLD.rArL January 18,1S51. 2 tf -

l JAcaStjr, tao of culling un extra sebwou. 11' their Jiiftivery aJi'J /uui-lnneut Lost or Stolen Archibald Nicholson! Complainant, MAXWELL & PAPY, BOOTS, SHoES, hATS, AND CATS, jusire-
that UUCt> r<>Sut! WollJ| even !lead The sor 'ont wunumy t lingua-itis fcaroJ n'.wtal- 55 COUNSELLORS AT LAW, and for sale bv
t dut 1 V.DUUlCllU1d hc uid Miss W. and the lads, think GOLD Pencil and Pen, *<>m< \vhero about the ATTORNEYS AND
as '10 the A GEORGE H.
cflcacy of of Nicholson and William N. Amitl, Txecu-! BESTVVICK. ,
*m*enu our system govl they would kuow these fiuurderer if they could tee first or inid.Jlo of February with a topaz act in James Nicholsondeceased TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. January IS, 1S5I. 2 U
Mr- Malcolm! Bltw-
Clay subsequently said that the for which the finder shall bu tars Wiley
e them. Suspicion has fallen upon no one ui our twuutv top, suitably rewar 5
Was Administrator on he estate of Arabella Hlewitt.'deceased FebrnaryS,185l.
lio ready lo make time isvie upon the quesruj and we cannot elieve that a human being exists deil Enquire lit this Office. itt, Hurrell liinson and Mary his wife- Notice.SIX .

.Whether the majority or minority should in Kent county who i is capable of the deed llumor March 15, 1851. 10 3t et at., Defendants. Law Firm. month after datt.'I shall apply to the Hon.

says they lOne from Delaware, but all i* yet conjecture Music. N affidavit, it appearing to the satisfaction of .tRD & BREVARD will practice in co-partner Judge of Probate tor the County of Leon,
At 12 o'clock Mr. Davis Jfr. Co-Jon wu a young man, represented to O (the Court that James Nicholson, William F. B ship m all the Courts of the Middle Circuit of for letters of final dismission as Administrator .f th
made the of Mistlssippi, IMS a most excellent citizen, harmless and iuofTetiMvc, -i lIPS. CUNNINGHAM wishes to engage n limited Averitt. and Wiley Blew itt, three of the Defendants Florida. Office in Tallahassee estate of James Blacklidge, late of said Crunlv, d<
OfLhe qu ion upon (Lie constitutional right and a good (aZXJIeT. He resided cm the Moody Fonn, 11 number of pujjils for instruction on the Piano in said Bill, reside out of the State of Florida and Jolly BEARD, ceased. '' *. .
Senate to tiansact any further business.ft lying<*u the main road from Chwtcrtowu to I'hlladelphin Forto. Residence at Mta. K Bamard'a. Terms $12 within the limits of the Slate of Georgia : T. W. BREVARD. EDWARD BLACKL1DGK, AJaf. *,
Mr. ,about mid-way between Georgetown Cro.s -Iloads per quarter. jt is Ordered, That the said James Nicholson, 4 tf January 25, l .St. 3 Cm
said' the Constitution February 1,1831.
t fca" required and the lleivl of Sassafras and the dwelling U about March 15, 1651. 10 3t WilliifO N. Averitt, and Wiley Blewitt,appear amid
or M8sion should terminate on the third a quarter of a mile from the main rout!. Jt i tm hoped Bill of Complaint according to law Notice.
answcVsald Glass and Stone Ware.TTEIR'A .
March. There was a difficulty on the that no mean* will ba spared ferret out the murder House and Lot at Private Sale. otherwise the same shall be taken pro confctio asto Crockery, SIX months after date, the undrrsT neJ will .

qastj00 when the timid' day Aarch! endcd en*. They went with puns. If they came from the HOUSE and LOT opposite (the Cap- them: RUST are now receiving a large aasortJJ his accounts and vouchers to the Honorable pre
lie had Delaware fnre&tthey must have l been on the road IKJ- MrpHE Squaie ment of Crockery, Glass and Stone Ware. Judge o! Probate of Leon
on a Previous occasion Li ;;j now occupied by James B Provided. That a copy of this Order be published CouMy, ? Adminwiratw
ion thit the given ; opin fore darkness net in, and some one must have wen arm Esq., is'ofler d at private sale.- once a week for the space of four mouths in the On hand a general assortment of Dry Goods, Hard on the estate of George W. Harrdl. late of Leon
day closed at 12 o'clock at night cil Let the fore be and of M. D. ware, and Groceries. All of which we will sell on a* County, deceased
A men. t exploded, every one Enquire Papy, or S. S.Sibley, at the City Floridian & Journal, a newspaper published ia the and apply for a final
Theztae wa received from the house examined as to strangers a.-iiig on the road curing Hotel. MaichS, 1S51. 9 |tf city of Tallahassee within thin Circuit. reasonable terms as they can be purchased in the market from the admioistralioaol saj estate.

0tnming the Senate that the House had Thursday. ; J. WAYLES BAKER, Judge. February 1.1851. 4 tfPig's BENJAMIN BYRD Adm'r.

3pleted thej LusinCEs and were ready lo Petit Gulf Cotton Seed. JOHN ERSK1NE, Feet. Fort Stansburyianuary 18. 1M1. 2 tm

4jqurmi. "MrsTEK, lend me a thillin," said a boy to inn BUSHELS fresh Petit Gulf Cotton Seed Solicitor and of Counsel for Complainant. --.--,
11r. a wealthy man, yesterday, as the latter wa JLvw received and fur mile br ,just A true copy from the record :Attest, 2' KEGS (very fine article)just received and for Notice.

l; otMIhspp1' '. made it a qucs stepping into his carriage. "% 'hat claim NAUGHT & ORMOND. R. C. LESTER, Clerk. J sale low. J. lit. WILLIAMS. SIX months alter date. I shall make prUralion fo

J'G 0tpT'ltIlege whether the session Ud clos liavtf you on mo my son ?" "Cause," was Ncwpoii;Marcli 1, Ib51. 8 March 8,1531. U 4m January 11, I'51. 1line. Honorable Judge of Probate.* and for the

? lie ofFered a resolution .thai the the used "" Crunly of Jeffp cn, for It-Heis of dismission sndj
Cond rejoinder, you to fell mv dad apple PlafltiflgPotatoe. Corn. di- cliargea Executrix
cribs last
the will and
Ot 31st
Pired. A diKcussion followed Congress baa ex when you wa a boy." The shilling came Qf| BARRELS Planting Potatoes for ti\t brUU ('U BUSHELS CORN for'wlo by 1I Cask ThomaMon Lm? for rale byMcNAUGHT of James M. Hart, laleof said Ponntr. di'c'd.-
Meauwklle upon this point out enlarged lo a half dollar. This is a literal McNAUGUT & > S U' McXAUGHT A ORMOND.ewpnrt Ipu & ORMOND. ANN HART:

OB tnolion of Mr. Bcuton, the circuntice.: March 1, 1861. 5 0RMONDe'wjrt :, March 1, 11.. 8 NeTrj>ortDec.25,1550. 61 tt Jefferson Ceunt Feruars 8, IBSL.





_ -
In- -- -==
.torthiau Tax Collector's Sale. I I !cgal Utrti5tmtnt9 New Goods.
) & 3ounwl. COTTON[ GINS.JESSE The Quincy Male'and Female Sub criber, have

BY rittue of the power \ tt in me by I1 ACADEMY. TIlE R. Jl Gamble j rtceitd
I have levied and shall for of the State of Floridafor a Iarze.
expose alt the Circuit Court 1
PUBLISHED EVERY" .%TLJRIAY E"E. ISG. upon II. WATSON ExcrcL cs of this Institution will be resumed In tock of Goods, coositing: in
Ire the CIUr I1ouie door, in the city of Tall.has- THE the Southern Circuit in and for Monroe tides viz pare C.r the
the FIRST MOT ix FEBRVART, 1851. The : _.
ee.on first in May next the GIN MANUFACTURER "**
. TEEMS : Monday will fotowll Female Department will be under the charge of Mis.* County. CHANCERY. Sugars-brown, yellow,crnsLed.i '
or M truch thereof pay IN
THREE DoLH per annum If paid in advance. .'rurery.. County Tax due thereon for I Ih-s .\ear 1E50, anda Palmyra, Lee County Georgia, AMANDA O. ENO a-i'ted by her sister, and JIL-a I E. Williams ) Coffee-Rio, Laguyra PanuUted 4 j_

Nan: AXD A HALF, if paid Wtlllin IiI DlOntl tneden.tal een.t-, to wit: .\\7"OULD inform his friends and the public genet ELIZABETH ATWATER. The Principal believe William >Divorce. Chocolate-Coci-a ,t Broma
FOUR DOLL tRI, if not paid until the end of the>eaJ I or parcel of land known I Forbes' >, rally, that he continues the above business he has now obtained what he ha* for some time pat I" J Teaa-black and green,
his old stand he 'iIlbe been endeavoring to secure the of such Arm Williams.TT Bread-Pilot and
where -
P ''chai'ewithin the limits of Leon County, con. happy( supply them co-operation Navy
Theetenn adhered I
rigidly to
$ an. with rate article. As Teachers as will give a high character to the Female appearing by affidavit to the satisfaction of this Cracker*-butter,wat
tai in H ,7- acre, more t'r to belong to a an evidence the .
will be discontinued until all ; 1t'.13Id frt ,_.
no paper uleat the of (he arrearages Sub b.3 Analachicula Laud Companv. quality work he would state that out of the Department, and afford every facility to Young Ladies JL Court that the Defendant, Ann William residesout Butter-best (Goshen -"b'

fcriberswill paid be received option for three publishers months at On D. McRAFXY. large number sold by him the past year, not one has to acquire a thorough Education,both in the solid and of this State. and in the State of New York, on Cheee-sap rago, ,Eng

Dollar-m mont tat SI II). Every order for tin Tax Collect01, Ln I fail d to give perfect ulibclion-and would a reference ornamental branches. The ML.ed Exo are recommended motion of S. R. Mallory, Solicitor for the Complainant Flour-Northern, Vest.in Btx-k'W ,
ot..mbrr.ISt 44 t give the name ot any one who has one of his by gentlemen uf the highest authority. The elderof Candle* adamantine and !e.
ut of this must be will pure
paper county accompanied Gins in tue. He is intending to enlarge his them ha; been for several years engaged as Principal It H OrS re, That the Defendant do appear and Soaps-a great rarietT, 'Penn.
the cih unless the order of ftabI5h.
authorized comes in the through State. any OUI Tax Collector's Sale. ment considerab'y' this year, by which: ill" of a flourishing School in Memphis, Tenne-, answer, plead, or demur to Complainant Bill on or Spices-.-pimento ginger,

regularly agents y virtue of the power vested in me by law, I be enabled to fill orders (which last year be was unable lii-re she gained a high reputation a* an accompliah- before the first Monday of June next otherwise the clo"c'J,

B shall expose for sale before the Court House at to do) with Gins if possible, superior to any ever ed and successful Teacher. They will-instruct in all to'meill be taken pro confesso: Provided Publication Essences-a great variety

ADVERTISEMENTSWill Juincy, in the County of Gadsden, on the t-econd manufaetwred in South western Georgia. Hethinks the branches of an English course, together with Mu- of this Order be first made in some newspaperin Also, figs, almond*, raiins,
be inserted at the rate of One Dollar per square \\fondl of April next the described proi that every year's experience enables him to make a 4; French.Drawing Painting Embroidery. to, ;.- this State for the term of three months. oranges, dried a'pples. dried p cnrrant bes tl'tJ
tivehe lines for the t and lilt cent fc'r folol'lng little better article. The will Uko char of the Male Qlktie- ,
nt> can i 11 eil\or ( ranch thereof a wil pay the State and Principal e Depart January 27th, 1851. Rice\ Bean.SpIit Pea..Fui
sub"ejuent i insertion. A reasonable deduct '"ounty Tax due thereon for year 150, and the Beinga practicalraechanic and ,.ilha1.delerine ment. lIe will be aided by Mr. M. M.CLARKE, and JOS. R LANCASTER We have al" recruited our tck:( ; I
will be made on legal notices estate not ice, veaily that none but Gins ot the first such other a.Ltanta the wants of the School Florida. or furnitnt.
iece*<"> expenses incident thereto, to wit: very manufactured a.* mayrequire. Judge Southern Circuit, State of antI hollow wares, dry-gna, Lat4 -
": "
) notices without alteration by persons hi\inr The whole of whit i is caltd" Fnrb. Purchase," in hi..shophefeels infwarrantin( themto I. The Institution is fumi-Jied with an extensive February I. 1851. 4 3m and it i i. now very complete. md IIIi1

regular accounts with the office. .\ingin G.dlenC! iantyor so thereof as will operate to the satisfaction of. the purchaser. He Phfloophieal;Chemical and Mathematical Appantu tr All of which we ofcr 6* sale '
All announcements of candidates for office rivi .iav the Tax aforesaid, branded on the E.!t bv the will deliver them free of charge to purchasers at .; thl*. to-rether with a well selected Library and State of Florida. JIcNAUGIIT on tie u"la1 r-

POLLARD-invariably in advance. No atlenlioi. Jcklocknf Riier.and on I he West bv' the Aralach- their plantations.All ai extensive Cabinet of Mint'ral*. containing a large MADISON CIRCUIT COURT-IN CHANCERY. Newport Dec 23, 1S50. 51 4t OIUroji' "
will be paid to any order lor lftnOUneement,unlel'- icola River. HUGH O. McLEAN, engagements made with his travelling A rents, nuail-er of pecimem collected both in our own and inforugn tt '..

accompanied with the ea-h. Tux Collector (or GadsJen County. or orders to the Proprietor at Palmyra, shall be countries affords superior advantages to the Martha Devalt, } Groceries -

All relisious, marriage, and obituary notices published October 12,1 sV). 40 6m promptly attended to. stunt in science,and serve to interest him in hi*, stu- vs. > Bill for Divorce. &c.
gratuitously ; but editorial notices for private {Repairing properly, done in the most durablemanner. dil' A new Hoartling-I ,considerably Larger than William W. Devalt. ) TUST received! at the new Store,
benefit will be cl arged as adt erliseiaents. appearing to the satisfaction of the Court.by affi. ** 2 qr.ca k,Cc'. Brandy 1 Lox
Tax Collector' Ute tue formerly building'in imJ'f'riaJ
occupied, *now
Sale. a healthyand IT t
fJO He i is alo Acent for the ": of ChapmanRandall's retired of the town fur the acconunodation .. in this case filed that William W. Devalt, &bbl*.R<'. Whisker;. 2 i* Klj n. CranJ.
part .
virtue of Ike power vested in me by law I > e.\ I Defendant in this resides beyond the jurisdiction 1 Monong. "
JOB WOKK. I B X Co. T IRoN IIRSF POWER: SUGAR of the Teacher and Student Tliw house will be I the canse I8boxesIt -
II I thal expo-efor salebefore the Coort House at MILL in SoutluTeMetn Georgia and 1'lorida.Contract. kept of I this Couit and out of tht- State of Florida, S Rio CtAft't". 31) "
1eare well prepred to execute Job Work such in the e-f Gai den : by tie Priacip.d. vrho besides paying every attention United Slates 2 bbU. ben Ch
County on the "t can be madevithmy Travelling but in some other part of the : Cni-hetl Sugar lo k .
bills, cards, blanks, pamphlets, fcc.,with neatness : 0I1. \r.nll. t.. the health, comfort and moral* of the Student
as Monday in next,the described the said William W. Devalt 1 barrel Butt.
April following pro- Any information wanted/ with regard to the co.I It is Ordered, That Molasse*, 5 tb11. .
work of this : committed to hi charge will also also L-t Dried
and despatch. All description, a. > and direct A.
ertyoro much I thereof as I the State and v and aid Bill of Complaint within 1 PfJe14.
wi pay operation of thn? can lx obtained! b) addre-! do appear answer Syrup 5" so
'for having yearly accounts with. mil: them in their httiJie! during the hours not P .
occupied -
except persons Tax due
County thereon for will be lake-,
and theeeeary at Palm Count three months. or said Bill pro etrnfesso 4 &LlLMkcmNI
year IS5. log me ) n, v,Georgia. 5 ken
the office, must be paid fur on delivery. in School '&- '""*. I loan!. including washing, Leaf I.ar.T"
expenses! incident thereto, : March 30,1 S5'J.' 12l3herlff'5 !> against said Defendant and that the cause be set for 4 box** Caret 2 Lr.l't"I
--- -.- _. - .----- Six handled and forty acres of lnd. l>ing on "ill ru'e .t prices varying frora3 to10 permonth.Run hearingduring the ne t Term of said ( cart in March 4 Cider. I tLL a. rt..l CJI-t._ .;'i
I lua1o be obtained in I'rilllt
several p 2
Rock Cretl. parporl'rn to belong! to C.tlinor respectable next 6 Va. Tobacco '.
II : :
TOWLE & MYERS Sale. 6 keg,
f.unilic in the ,
pLice. A brick Academy i Is al.-o in t'hlea ;
40 a will pay the T.n; afnrcsiid. And it is further Ordered. That this Order be 6 com. p
.j, Watchmakers and Jewellers virtue of of fieri fhria cx >f contruction and i is "to be :1 tierci a S. .' 1
HUGH O. McLKAN, BY : writ *. H W<] fn'm the pn ( expected ready published in some public newspaper printed in 1 hit & bojfc Star Candle CtretUr."
"TAVING procured the service 'Tax Collector for Gadsden Countv. '* office of the Circuit Court for HIt County for the reception of the Scliool sometime during the State once a week for three month, and that Complainant J1. 2 1t &'Cu C eI\

.I of Mr. ALLEN, formerly' o! October 12, lv:0. 40 Gi. .f Leon MitUle Cirnit of Fluridx I wherein Te encl first M>.ii iLF take testimony in the can?*. All of which an sew BL..Cuit i ia --,
Ixiiik of Florida anti WillLim -r further particulan R 5ard Tuition Jr. and '.
'biscil.they are no\v prepared ts' H plvn'ilT, Mumy.Admiiat'aNir : respecting < THOMAS B.\LTZE.L, Judge. & loll atlvnnce frr c\.b. Tbe at'
execute all woik in the above line with prwmntne* Tax Collector's Salo. I t.t Iloiijr.mil 1-I&'art t i. tVfrnd.int, I lc. Ac., jH-e printed Catalogue which may be obtained October 1 16, IS50. vicinity are pectfully citut"II'9t1Cthiaplate&r.4

- and in the' tno-l tatislartory manner. To our friend virtue of the power vested in me by law, I have levied 1 Up"n and "i expof>r Alt. tafure tLe by application to A true cui.y-Attest, to give me a clj

at % distance, an early attention to all "'orkhi.h I I BY shall expose for sate, before the Court House at C..u Jm.e dcx*, in city of Tall .-. ci the N. IL STEWART Principal. C. L. CAFRUTH, Clerk. nu.irylll51.. 1 J. C. D.\fI3. .J
may. be forwarded tu us, will be given.TOVLE Qtnncy. II) 'he Coar.lv t of Gadden. on the second I fr.t M''I.bv i February next within legal hour-, QDeeemlsr2S, 1850. 51 By M. A. CAH.IUTH, D. C. Sm- ,"

& MYERS. Monday of April ft't.the followim: de cnbed property tlC fi.y.>Tvuu*c!("?r'lo' property: to wit : TAILORING.---- December 7. 1 S O. 43 3m Leon Female Academy 1
2* IS-IO. 39 tf much wS W i : 14 : E i'S E J 15 E
ScptcmVr or I thereof as will pay the Stale ami. "l'C'r.t .'j"l ; r lIE
County Taxes due thereon from ISO to l'n) inclusive N E t lection IS.: L-i To within 1, Range 2, }f .**! K, THE !')b4 rihn would inform the citizens/ of Tal- State of Florida.IN T Trmtees of the Leon Female Ar.Jl1n1 t.t I
Towle & Myers, and the cont.iimmr 2 10 *. more IT le4. -.-c C that he has commenced Vhs above bu- thu OM-tho.] of mforming tLe pulEc thai
nece* ry expenses incident thereto, to arl' LEON CIRCUIT COURTII'TTACHIEXT.. the 1
on hand and are now receiving new and wit : Levied upon a* the ;property t.f P8.141 and l "iI'H. and respectfully solicits a share: of public hare opened tl.. above lastitcticn nndtr tt*
HAVE of GOOD5 of I. to 1 old to ,' said \xrit t firi ( defl'n.lt patronage.Stirl John \Argyle, ) temlence of W. P. Crawciu of Si
assortment consisting Two hundred and forty acres cf land, in r.3d den lo! & (< ca 1 A.sump.it.Protection uth C i
Gold Lever Hunting U'atcLes, County, purporting to belong to Robert Jimer>,'n. t| I A. _\. FlflEl. ShnrlJanuary opposite; the Florida Exchange. r5" Sura worn to which Itt titution will afford aU the advactiw.0 1
; Gold Anchor Lever da *o much thereof as will pav: the Taxa 3. ISM. 51 9' tf-: Garments: cut to orJ r. I Insurance Company of S7S 00. thorough and refind wlucation. We'hupe to\a) j Z I
# Silver L.!ver Hunting dot ing oil Flat Creek. HUGH! O. ffrtald.I. JAMES SEMPLE. I New Jerey.defendant J on such a footing a* to obviate tie.utc, hv 0
( November 3f( ;.-,. and all others inrer ted are here- ing our children from Loiue iIIld.
SlvetAnchor Lever do Tax Collector lor Gadsden County. Fresh Provisions Flour 1 47 tf TIlE to acquire know .,
< notified of the instituting ot the above suit .1
---- -
" Lapine and common do I October 12, K,J. 4'1 Cm Tmni IN S-.uifJ'a of F r,(ntht. ;
Gentlemen's and Ladies' Bo"otn Pina general all. i --- -- rna .v.. n rirrrt. rnoa NEW QJL.a JOHN PRATORIUS, by attachment, and are required tu appear at the The First Cla .
I *, Licb will
'. Mrttneat of E.r and Finer Ring G.ld Guatd; and ; Tax CoUector'a Sale. : I} *> Q MLS-. FJoeR next Term of Leon Circuit Cart, and plead to the branch f'.1l.oa la be tangLt aH t tit"
i[:or THE tTK KIRH OF HULL k l'flATORIrQJ EngUsL Education
Kevf, Fub and Vest Chains, Seals l G..Id atvl Sihei : I JL. O 2;t; d,1 .' do. declaration filed in said cauar. .r.o]tin I.j -
. PaciUGotd Pens.Gol.l Silver Spectacle*, Gold BY virtue of the power vested in me by law, I 10 J .10 cl.1 d Is,. t1.. TVTOULD inform hi* friends and the public! ARCHER & COrL'EY.Attornos Gret-k., if dsirij. I CO _5

t' Sleeve, Collar and Con Bitton-s, S.lver, Pearl, lint I !isll expoe for sale, before the Court Home at 9 Ca-k* Side an.l: !, I- y that he lio. tike the store lately occupied for Plaintiff. &'.on f.liv-.Spelling. Reading. Gcrrgrtphv, ,

Shell Card Ca*e*, Gol.l and Siher Tuitables, fin" Quincy, in the County of Gadsden on the second 6 Tit-ret- DufHrld'houhl.r4., JscLimleyX Nicholson by C. II. lilr**!. and adjoining! the f-tore lately Deeemher2t.lsO. 5O; nnrj Arithin lic, Euija.-'h Gmrnmar. Natural Hiv '

4 Fan, Silver and [HaflMo Combs. Monday of April next, the following described property and SiXf? t Sha8u ar cured 1LW occupied by Bull .t Iratoriu.,where he will be plcatl tory Composition, Ancient and il-xfcra Ha- :'-t

Alu, French Mantle Clocks. Tale Knives Tc or so much thereof a* wi pay the State and 4 Tierces l Iad l. csuiv.vsK-tl arid plain llam., to attend to the call and want*of ihive who may be In Chancery-IVIadisoii County.BILL tf'"* R&cflati.'ii.* JQ M ...J
Trays, Plated and Silver W-ire Silver Table! ifid Tea County' Tiv due thereon (or year IboJ. and the SO BMf. Mo-- and Prime Pork. tIi4..1 l to patroiti/e him in l Us line of busineia.He FOR DIVORCE. Th irJ ClnM SptRiror.ReadIng.'V7rifin Arti.mfetic ,

5poais, Puted Spoons Folk, Cram and Soup Ladle I necessary Seven hundred expenses and incident fift thereto lo wit : 6 u Clarified) and' Brown Sugar, )JEM received by the late arrival*, a choice and Sihs Cason, next friend of Susan Murphy, Geography History English GrsoPlJI :
Waiters da. Tea Sets, Ca .tor Candie- ) acres of Land, lvjn on Cloth Cnsninerfx f. 11 f. r;
' *. Platwl : 10 Fine A >lc25 -*, tC'd'-wt'/hl.4ppl./I f'f *, Vesting, vs.Arnold
Creek (']
. .tiC'koi. &>lar Lamp: *, Silver and Gilt Girandoles. Crooked and purpoiting to belong to Araitste: I'Luitiiy rnUtor Fancy Go<*Li ; also, a grnrral aMurtvvnt of Murphy. fourth Clats-Spelling. Reading, 'Writing, u NJ ;'

; Al,o, tine double barrelled Gu-is, Shot and Game Raney. HUGH 0. McLEAN UEKRY A ROWLES.: 'R KA D Y-JfA D E CL O TIIIXG, UPON the affidavit I'f the Solicitor it the above! Music, eo

t flag*, and FU *. tine rocket Knue Porte Monnie, January, 1&51. 52: that Arnold Murphy rt nJenf in said French Mofl
Tax Collector All uC which I flatter
for Gadsden myelf are in aridawI
Folios Violin Claroneti and Flutes fine Ra- County. equal style BY THE TRUSTZZ3L
M Port -- --- ------ ------ --- suit, has removed and :ill is beyond the limits of
October 12, 40 CmB' qo.ility as cMap.01 others that will be
quite any January 11. 1851.
155. 1 tf
xors, Strops &c. New Store and New Goods the State of Fluids :
------ found in this market He will
Best quality and general airtment of Perfumery, Jefferson -- --- give particular Attention It is Ordered That nil Aritcld :.rurp)! d-> appear -
Tax -- -- -- Valuable Plantation
County Sale. Li buMia asid for
r TOWLE MYERS Colector's to **, hopes will merit a liberal Sale.
&c., J. c. DAVIS and answer or dainur to said FEll within three
.j.temcer 2S, ISM. JS 'Y ,virtue of authority \ > I shall patn-nage frtiin the public months from this date, or *id Bill tfill betaken fro TIlE PLANTATION wbrer-n tb* late Jcsfej R
for sale before' the T) E.SPF.CTFULI incites the attention of the in- November 23: 1S50.
expose Court House door, in I 45 tf raided in Leon
IX confesso, and that a t'uiDJ be had titreon at the Countv_
Jeffer c-n ', the nabitanti of the city of TahIahasee and vat- ----- -- -- ---
ronticElo. County on first Monday in I Lake Erw, 4--?()
CARRIAGE REPOSITORY I next term of said Court : cnntaimng arre!. of whkh sonare tOO
StCtionQl.Tbwiiship: l rounding country to his hand-rime and well selected! Pure of
1, Range 5So"utl I Sulphate Quinine. It further Ordered, That publication hereof be cleared, and under cultiratioa Oa tie
BY MILLER & BROKAW and P3a stock of fall ansi H'inltr { received from p
t, much thereof liol.d..jIJ1t
or so !
as will pay and sat'if ( subscribers have hand hundred for ia a corn rtaHe frans witi
on two and made in some n#*paper published in Florida Dwelling House, dte
1 lIP
Florida. Maria double i New York, Philadelphia and Nrw Orlean" inlt THE
Taxes -
I\Tatlahassee Tallaf' due the State and I ounces of Sulphate Quinine, which they the space and time of three month.. ce!sary out hou a&c.. This Plantation x>9M
po <
THE sub-cribeis would inform their County, amountiag to $15 51.beiide:costs and char. .f 'jde-criptions; among which have obtained ditrct from the manufacturers, and THOMAS BALTZELL, Jude.A many adraatarfe!.as It adjoins rtepmey vocaXuEer
Said Lauds situated will he found LadieUre!1 Goods in of *
&._. .' and the public in general : C" are in the said County of great variety they will warrant it to be a superior article. true copy-Attest, the rarur* is very rood f.'r canle! and hogs. Tke yew-
Jefferson and known tbe tIe and price and a lar;e assortment of Good for
hat ,they are rccejlinT a larze supply' as Harbour Hill Tract. We have enlarged: our stock of Drugs and Medicines C L. CABBCTH, Clerk. port and Gor.na Plank Road J will paw within 400 to
genlletnens wear ; Jfuairry (Hocts, Sfe. Boots,
ot Carna;. fK and Kitties which they otter JOHN WOOTEN, Shot Ifati awl ; by recent an ivat .and are prepared to execute December 21, l& ). SO 3m .X yard. of the dweJlia and I think win 50 on fti
Tax Cop Groceries and
; for rate on the most reaxmable terms. Person Colccorfor Jell rson Countv. ; Liquor*, orders lor articles in our line, at wholesale or retail, Kne or through tie whole length of the Flanlarioo

k wishing to buy, are jue-ted to call and examine _Novembers_n __ .__ _, 1."_ ___ 6m'_ __" qualities Reaily-t/iaJc, and Oil/thing prices in Negro srcat Kerse\s variety, of Licit styles, on the most accommodating terms. Middle Circuit. and when this Road i. cracpleted which is uzxJer eofr;

' their stock. October H IS V). 41 Jefferson County Tax Collector's Sale. French| Bed Mackinaw;and Negro Blankets. js, We have also a few accounts yet due to us for the LEON COUNTY-IN EQUITY. tract to be done by the Iii of January, lS5!110

Tax Collector's Sale.By BY virtue of authority vetted in me by law, 1 slull All of which will be sold at sudh prices for ca but if the whole could be shortly it
! paid it would go for convenience, &c. It is now offered fur sale at
'lot sale before the Court e doorin as cannot fail to please the most la Iidiou1. Purchasers .*. i
", virtue of the power vested in me by law I Monticeo!! Jefferson County, on the Iou Monday in I are iiirittd to cull and examine his stock previous far towardsliquiditingceilain sums which we 0\\e. Richard Hayward: George K. Walker Union Bank bargain. Per-ons desirwi* of purcLa.-b mH plW4
have lc*ieJ upon and will expose to sale belure next the West i'of frat to thir selections LEWIS & AMES. call on Joseph CLairea.q, who will show theta the
February S in Town- making el l'ber. His storeis of Florida, Rurbutt R. Betton, and Elijah White,
the Court Hoa-e door, in the town of Madi-onon / ship 1,ol Range 5North and East or so much thereof next door to the Sentinel Printing Office. June S, 1S50. 22 Defendants. land. For term, ic, aptly to me tt mj residence
the first Monday of June next, at the usual hours of Fort Fla
as will pay and sa'isfy W. H. Armistead's Taxes December 21,1550. &J Saddles from the allegations of Complainant'sBill Stransburr,
Carriages Buggies Harness &c. appearing :
alc. to the huhe-t bidder, the follow in; deicri'.ied I : IT
due the State and '
County amounting to $5 35, be- -- --- -- which are verified by affidavit, that Defen-
Lan.i f"1orib., lying' and being in the CIJ'Jnt1..Ji>on. I sides costs and chanres. Said Lad_ arc_, _situafp.1 n_____ in. New Goods. D. E. HULL, dant Elijah White, is not a resident of the State of Jan \ry IS. 1851. 2 tf

I" -TbS riz E-i=of theN Elof Sec 23.T 1.R6, Sand the said Couaty of Jefferson. OPENING a large and carefully selected stock of his CARRIAGE REPOSITORY. Florida but resides in the State of Georgia, so I bathe JUST received bv several late arrivals from 5 f'f {

. F., as the property of J. S. Patternon to pay the Tax Collector JOHN WOOTEN, Brilania and Bright Metal Ware MT Bartlett' Brick Building, offers fur cannot be served with process of subpcena : anti for sale by C. C. BYRD i Ox J
for Jefferson County. consisting in part of Tea and Coffee Pots French It is thereupon Ordered, That Defendant, Elijah 20 Ladies Drcij ,I
taxes and rots t due on same for the y ears IS45, 46, November splendid four- eat ROCKA- paKerta ( ) Earegea
2. 1S50. 43 3m Coffee Filterers. Pitchers Candle Slicks of different White, plead, answer, or demur to thi Bill, en or 5 do do do Pi-Ita
47. Ms, 4:. and jo). WAYS, a splendid t of BUGGIES with or without do
I'rieN J of the N W i (.f S-c 2'J, TIR5, for CITY COTTON WEIGHER. qualities, Jelly Moulds, Glass Lanterns Cake Bjxes top*, four PEDLAR'S WAGGONS, one second hand before the first Monday in April nest, at the perilof With a variety rf otLer goods for dres

taxes, ice., due from 1515 to IS30. undesigned PUBLIC COIToN WEIGHER Cannister;, and A \ariety of other articles, which Rockaway with harne* complete, which will be eold having said Bill taken for confessed, and as to &LO10ANoFlourhes -

."tso.the E i N E 4 Sec 11, and W i N W 1 Sec THE the City of having returned, I they otter for sale on reasonable terms. very low. hin set down for hearing ex porte: Provided, That 40 A Xo 1,da,

12, T I. R 9, N and E., purporting to bclo-ig to J. J.UJJerwuod.fortuf'sdoelhere'n from tbe North Talabaise.of just AUo, en hand a full and extensive: stock of Tin -ALSO- a copy of this Order be published for four months, 1") A No 1 and 2! Ilon h Point,
tLO Scalf manufactured Ware of once a consecutively, in one of the
description here newspapers
t Iroin IM-I tn IS5J every manufactured by -\tso-
adjusted and certified li/ At the OLD STAND Phnnix
Inrpector oj Building, published in the city of Tallahassee.:
woikmenandat fair
THOMAS M. ANDERSON, Scales prices. 5 keg Supreme Goshta Buttsr,
all J"l:14t of thetU York Customaiue Lead Pipe Sheet Lead Saddle, Bridles l and Martingale! *, of a THOMAS BALTZELL, Judge. .
Sheriff aid ex olhcioTax Col. Madison Co. : / is now prepared to received and I Copper Zinc, and Cistern t vatriety 10 Che s e,
November 3''J, 1;:1). 47 Cm I Cton! bro')5ht to this Market. He weih any I Pump for sale. Tin Roofin-r, Guttering, and Job of frtyle; lames (,( all dewriptinn; November 5. 1S50. 5 lJC4. Laguira Coffee
the Depot or at place within will attend at Work executed! faithfully and with despatch. Axel., Spring*, Hubr, Da..h Fnini-, Carriage Trimmings A true copy from Minute of Court. 10 I lam? Mercer Potatoes
A. B. CLARKE, City at thehortet any notice. In limits of the T. WHITE &. CO. : md I Shoe Binding*; Trunk, Carpet Bag, ValiH. OSCAR A. MYERS. Clerk. 1f1" Extra Family FJo 1r.
conjunction with the September 21, IS?). lc, Ac, together with all other articles M. A. LONG, Solicitor for Complainant. '
(FORMERLY CLIHKK t tiTILLWA.) Cotton wi'hin he ha-. a large )yard in the rear ol ; tf iii hi lino required November g. 15O. 44 4m 1 Z bus or -.nd 7 Erd:; Shut,
G purchased the interest of Mr; Me.srs. KIK. :y and WI LLIAMs" STORES where 24 drums Fresh Fisr. i
Notice. N. It done with de -
111-I.\ in their old bu,ines, can le he will rece 'e COTTON FOR WEIGHING OR ON Repairing' !patch. Jefferson Circuit Court.IN 2 barrel supcricrL-icil Apples.Jannarv .
their old tad on Monroe -treet. STORAGE. The subscriber's strict attention and ALL persona indebted to the e-tnte of James A. November 23 1S50. 46 tf 1". 151. 2 tf

where be will receive ill a l'w da\ from New York experience for the lat three years at the Depot i I *-k. late oS Leon County, tfccf*.d. alP outhera Mutual Life Insurance CHANCERY.
one of the most complete aoitmeuls of ReadymiJe will, he hope, bun; him the custom of the Plantersand requested to make 1':1)rr.cul to the undersigned; ; and of Louis Company Bill for Injunction and Distribution. Notice.

Cltllin* and Gentlc/ntn"t Fancy Goods Merchants generally. Office in the rear of Mr those having dei'iiiids a aintt the sirr.e, are rfby ana. Exectors of William Goodman, Complainants, f nilE undersigned having mane sese new arrarziJL -
ever offered in this market. AUo, a general assortment Kirkes store, where subscriber may be fmnd.t t notified to present them within the lime prescribed HAVING been appointed Agent for the above Com C.'. ment in hi- business; requests all persons inJehu -

of French Eighth, and Belgian Cloths, all times. by I liiw, or they will I I h.! 1.:.i ir.tl Ji\me:.t. dwrumg it unneceary to dismsa the Eseza Dasher, Sarah Waters, Green R. Slater, Margaret d to call and st Kl* up. In future te will keep

Black and Fanry Inetins and Catnincrs, Black CHARLE A. NASh, I. F. BEARD, Q-i'ilifitd ExC'cutor.D importance nn.l advantage cf the mutual insurance France Slater,Jane Elizabeth Slater. Ilai- no becks, but sell hi* good, exrln.i>ery for cash or

a'i4 Fi uticd Silk, Satin, Cashmere, and I'rltcl I City: Cotton W g.' tr. (.mh"r 21 I, I Is.MJ. 5)Notice. S: iriiu-ifile, woull repectfully solicit the consideratK riet E M. Slater, John r.. Skier. William Slater prrdlK'e. and by s-o dome he will be able to sill at

Vtj'I'hi h tic is prepared to cianulacture al September 21. 1 lr)'. 37 "f the citizen* of TalLihaswe and vicinity. Any inforrelitic John Goodman,and William Goodmau Ellen\\cod he lowe living prices, which he premises to,

the .holle..t notice and in the m',,l approved style.: I mati"n to it,can be obtained by calling on the and Spain Defendants. and requests I his lIe cutomersand Mher wishingt

The community generally are respectfully requested Notice. iibciiber hain ,ub- ? taken out letters of Ad IT
tG call and examine iny tock before purchasing elcwheie. T ItEfirm of Nash is. Tailor is this day li 'oh'ed TilE on the ?estate of Th mas Cowart I"l'III'I'r- 30 1f 5(). 47 tf affidavit made in this cause that the said Defendants assortment i-f Shoe, Hats, Cap, tjnetCoutmi

Talhhn*'e,Ocloher 12. 1 S.cO by mutual con-sent. Those indebted .Aill do U! late of HilUhoiouzh County, ilecea>t'lI, he rrky pi i\1 C. C. BYRD & CO., ,with the exception ot William Goodman, O- and Woollen Govd,&.C., .Vc.,tor family and plaoti-
------ the to settle lenwood, leside out ot the State of Florida ion
as beyond uses.
pleasure soon as possible. notice al!
to persons ha\iniclaim< a-aint t sdtePf: late :TlI J. make liberal advance on Cottons
Cash Advances. M. NASH. \ very the[ jurisdiction of this Court, but in tbe United Jan-iaiyJ.551. 52 AMO'? RICH.ARDSOX.
to I to 't
October I present two je.irspr 'peil> auIhenticated shipped lo their friends in New York. Oct 19
unJmi;nod will make liberal cash advances 10. J. L. TAYLOR. a,=ret''tIJle l to law, ar they will be barred States : Farming Implements."VTORFOLK .
THE It is Ordeed That the said Defending: ,
ASH ADVANCES made Cotton therefore
of f and f\ on shipped
shipments of CottOIl. call"i,;ned to J. L. rt-c'-verv ; person-i indebted will please
Iiolbrouk Eseza Dasher, Sarah Waters! Green R Slater. Mar- No. 2 Tunii-i-'llowo. Buzzard SiTeI5.
SmaUwuoJ New York.SM.LLWOOD.. The business hereafter will be conducted under to nuke iintn.iliate puytriri.t.JOSEPH. >/ In Nelsun. New York, by
GIBSON t HARRIS. the firm of NASH &. CO who respectfully solicit ( MOORE. Adm'r. October 1'J, Irj-W. 41 F. H. FLAGG. garel Frances Slater, Jane Elizabeh Slater Hariiel -L l Eulltoncne-. Axes. Hoe; Spade. Kales.For.
E M. John G. Slater William Slater and Cornsheller tm wcuUer .mill Burr JIjltolteDtl.I1lers
Slater *
share of the --- - --- ---
Qnincy, November 2.1'1). 41 4m patronage of the citizens generally. Tampa Ra\', DecemWr 2// 1.:,'). :"J St I
They expect to keep on hand a assortment -------- Strayed John Goodman, and Spain, appear and answer the W Jarksrews; Trace I><. Fifth and Bnast
: of Good .MeJitnu and such other general articles are 1IIIOM the subscriber at Ocklockonee Bill of Complaint filed in this eau* within four Chain*; Wheelbarrows Cartwletl, WeUpcSi*,,
Ready-made Clothing and. Saddlery. generally their line of bU incn. a Notice _l. Ha v, about (he 23d or 24th November, months from the date of the publication of I hi* Or- Just receive, and fc.r ale brMcNAUGHT

JUST rf'Cfi\'ldlfr Bark. Mora from New York a _October_______5_. ii_ ). 33 NASH &CO.New SIX months afler date, I hall apply to Ihe Hon _ a bright sorrel HORSE, 14 or 15 hands der.or the said Bill will be taken for confessed a- ORH05IX
'/ ./ CIGt inl and Sad. i Judge of Probate lor the County of Gadrf; high, very thin and spate, with long leg, and a gainst them. Newport. Dec. 25. 1850. 51 t! _
which offered to the the mo ; Stoves. den \5iile information will be .ind it is further Ordered, That publication of -
dleiv, ale tn for lettirs cf final! di mi<<>ioii a* Admin! I.t| in his face. Any
reasonable terms. HEIR &RUST. JUST receiving from New York Cooking:, Parlor, itratiix of the estate of WillilIn1<. late ol lur.Unlh received, or if required suitably paid foi this Order be made in some newspaper published al $100 Reward.

October 12. 1S:'). 40 Air Tih Stoves of the most approved pat. said Ccunl)', diCC35.il. III l the suWtiber, at Quiucy. "lahasfce: once week lor I the space nf lour months. R'ANA WAY en the 17th July last my orgro

ferns and lte styles. C.I and Examine them.T. SARMI McGRIFF, Adm'x. J. L. SHIELDS. THOMAS BALTZELL, Judge. man COOPER.about 2S year* o. i ft*

Notice.month WHITE & CO. QuincyDecL'mLer21,1.I). 5y Cm December 7,1 S50.. 49 A true copy-Attest, :&inches higli, of black complexion,ha.* very gjc3
C. Clerk.
I Ci1X- from date,the undersigned.Executor Sepfem1)cr2Is50-------- 37__ tf -- ---- from New York November t. 1 S I). 44 4m eye, jpeaL f lowly, and ha a car on the npper P.'wt
O ol the last will and testament of L/ Wiilml. THE TRUE MEDICINAL Notice. Receiving ff one wf hi* cars causing it to terminate in sumetbB?

dNluPc late of Gadsden County will thl! A LL persons indebted to the estate of John C.-le- A FULL assortvnent! of Staple Goods and Groceries In of a point I will pay the above reward for Lao*

Judge r.f Probate of Mid County lor a final discharge COD LIVER OIL /L man, decea.id, late of Madismn County will c1_ consisting in part of Chancery. livery to me in Mobile, if taken out of the State

and settlement up from said estate. USEFUL in the cure of Scrofula, Consumption please make pa* nvnt ; and all 1 persons havinz demands e-. Rnmn Shirtings and Sheetings IN JEFFERSON CIRCUIT COURT. fifty dollars! for las committal to any jail frMa4

SAMUEL. VOOl)IWRY. Ex.rutCr. : Asthma lronchitisCo'ih*. against said estate, will please present thrin i lileached do. do. Calicoes- Bill for Partition and Distribution f Estate. I can get 11 rn.n additional ?25 will lie pa3d **

CiaddenCnutity.Sptember21 l,00. 376m and all disea.'es of the Che-t and Lungs. A supply legally attested, to the adoiiui-trator. Wood and Willow Ware, Alexander Scott, Administrator of Aaron C. C. Scott, proof to cons ictkii of hb being harbored by :y *"**

ol this valuable medicine i is just received, which I ia I VANS RANDELL. Wmiden Hucktt and Tubs, deceased,
Notice. warranted pure. and of very superior' qualitv. December ISV). 50 .St Fancy :and Comn-on Snap. vs. perOI1.L T. \VOODRW-
Fors.deby LEWIS &. Sperm ;and 1 .\biiun'ine Candle! ?, Mobile January 25, 1551. 3 4t
monthiiafter date, the undersigned, Administrators AMES -- David E. M Scott and others.IN .
S of the late Robert Fisher wi present May 2:, 1S30. 20 Tallahassee, Fla. Salt. Drown and Loat Sugar, this cause, it appearing from the allegation eftf -
$ Cisai assorted Candies
NiiU *,
Siani.-li ,
t her final account and vouchers to the J IJ y of Jon --- -- --- --- ff\\\ nu-t.c.l.l Turk'.* I-l.- ul Salt. for MIlt bv Rio, Lagtura| and J.va Core, .1 the bill. verified by affidavit t>f Complainant Fresh ArrivalAT

lte Court,and aik for a discharge from t&id el' Sight ExchangeO d\J\J\J M-NAUGHT & ORMOND. Ou lian'l-.\ supply Kentucky Bagging and Bale that Defendant, E. }L Scott docs not reside in the TIlE NEW AND CHEAP CASH STORE 3

tate. R W. FIShER ) N NEW YORK. SAVANNAH, and MACON _Ncwnirt_ | Dec., 28, 185'A, 51 tf.Notice. R.ipe, Flour, Bacon Rice suar. urt'd Hams, State of Florida but has fled to part unknown, not Stkoonsr TaHahascef frmV' Orlea .
for sale in -- --- -- out of the United States
Adm sums to suit, by l.m1. &c. JOHN McDOUGALL. : !I
W. E. FISHER, 5 t. It is Or.L'rn111.t the raid David M. BDLS. superfine Flour 17 half bbl THOMAS J. PERKINS, October! l,-".. 3'J therefore E. 69 U
_.Jtilv 1 '/ Icr,'). 23 6m October 12, lSr 0. 40 Agent Marine Bank.COMPANY ALL persons, r.Jilrr". legatees. entitled to dis Scott appear and answer, plead or demur to said Bill bbb. Ouioo bbK Green 5 casks Apples Clear, 19 Side bbl Bacon Irish 4 Potatof bH *j T

Notice. -- or otherwise interested in the estate Notice.SIX t>n or before the first Monday in June next, or the *
ETN INSURANCE months after dale I shall make will be taken for confessed and antI Prime Pork. 49 boxes Che#*. 31 ke?' rfra'
came to
of Aaron B. C. Scott, late of Jefleison County, Flo- application a* him set ;
cix month after datethe undersigned will make 1 hARTFORD, CON X ECTI C UT. rida, deceased, are hereby notified to exhibit their the Honorable Judge of Probate in and for the down for hearing ex porte: Proridfd. That this Order hen Butter, 2* bags prime Rio Coffee 10 kes'.VTLnnl C'

I) application to the Court of Probate of IAn Stocks, and Cotton in Ware-house claims and demands within two years from this date County ol Jefferson, 'for letters of dismission and discharge be published for four month, weekly in some newspaper 4 bbl. Ornn; t3 b.xc* IUOIDneJ 'j"

County for I letters of dilmi ion I admiautralor of B ULDXGS.iUlured loss by fire. to the undefinedor the same will be barred; and as Executor of the last will and testament of published in Tallahassee prior to said first ilon- ranl.lmrncb. Cranberries, Dried Herrinff.Matftf'1'Noa. I*"

Inc e tate of Joseph W. Lea, df'CtuP.JOHN LEWIS all persons indebted to laid deceased, are requestedto Ebenezer Folsom, tate of said County, deceased.All .- day in June. 1 anti 2,in barrels, quarter barreU,and kitts, '1
AJmcr.Novemhtr AMES dies and Soa saleatabar2
& 1'In Store and for
make immediate herein interested are hereby notified ac January 8th
January 20, 1S50. 3 Agents, Tallahassee. pa 'mt'nt.ALEXANDER persons \
D.\ w.
2,-iSt: I). 43 Bm SCOTT, Adm'r. cordingly. HARDY MOORE. 1851.THOMAS BALTZELL Judge.A J. C.Sentinel

Jefferson County, January 11, IS51. 1 3m Jefferson County, December 7, 1550. 49 tim true copy: January 25,1851. 2 [ -
Bagging &Bale Rope. Dlacksinithing.K --- C. (I. FIFE; Clerk.

1 /> Bales Gunny flagging. rn !c undersigned! respectfully informs To Planters. Notice. JanuarylS.1851. 2 4m Notice.

JLO 20 p*. Sea.Maud do, VJf Jthe public generally that, having I rT1lF. undersigned have just received their Fall SIX months after date, I shall apply to the Judge SIX months from this date, I shall app!! to "*'

50( p*. Kentucky do. {employed a superior Horse Shoer, he is 1. supply of Plantation Goods, which they oilier ( Probate for Gadsden County for a final settlement Notice. of Probate of Gadsden County for Jeltt e

CoIL' n n.eN-rimtt.toRMo.m now preptied to execute ail work in that line in a for sale on accommodating terms, consisting in part and discharge from the estate of Hardy Shepard S months after date the undersigned, Administrator of dismission from the administration tbe t laL

I superior manner, and on usual terms. of the folhwing: deceased. E. S. SHEPARD, Adm'r. of the estate of Walter Blackburn,will present i of John B. Durr, deceased.

Newport, Dec. 28,1WO. M tf F. PAYNE. Rlanktti-London, Duflil, Mackinaw, and Grey. Gadsden County, January 11, 1851 1 Cm his final account and vouchers to the Judge of Probate M. A. DURR, Administflt0CadsdenCountyJanuaryl8,1S5I. r-

June 29, 1550. 25 tf Plains-all wool and heavy.h'rnesWashington Jefferson County, and ak for a discharge from 2 6n

Notice. striped and Georgia. P. P. LEWIS, said -
Notice. Liiury-fancy plaids and plain color estate.ELI.S: Notice.
pxi i t4l Local Dentist, Tallahassee Florida. LASTING.
whidi lump name ,
I F ronartncnW p ul.lt'tIC indebted the Got(ton osnaburgs,brown shirtings prints, flannels, February 1,1851. 4 6m creditors and legatees and perscw tDt'ltdl'I
TT firm to estate of Alexander in the
A immedi
rf BULL day persons new building ALL
awl ALL handkerchiefs shawls and ROOMS FII1
CAfliACflt AH indebted to ,late of the Crunty of HilUborouph, in negro caps wool hatsand -' East of the Post Office where out of I he estate of( oscar w.gJ

di"lvOI bl nutt'l will It'CLol' call nail.I pcnum settle with J. B. i the State. of Florida, deceased, are desired to mike a large stock of rn!setU. HEIR & RUST. __ ''he will be found unless professionally Notice. deceased, of Gad den County, are bertb1 n'j 1'h' ,,
%hovc hfn October 26, ISjSO. 42 LL indebted that I their claims and demands wilibe barred aftr
of the to the
II will attend the settlement ff the immediate payment same to the undersigned, engaged. September 7, 18 O. 35 A persons estate of Benjamin ,
CunC1'U. iiereof
Dull who t .1. BULL EXf'Culor of lid estate. All persons, as well also Notice. W.Thompson,late of Gadsden County,deceased expiration two years from the date ..allthtthe
I the heir and legatees named in the last will and les- Notice. are hereby requested to come forward, and make immediate same be exhibited to the subscribers wllblD't..t'

J.l'RETORUS. tament of aid d'eae1, having claims against the months ,ifterdateapplkalinnwjllbe made to I payment to the subscriber; and all persons time; and all persons lining any demand5Pu,fllr

NOTem1Jr U..-18:0. ----. ._ _ aid estVc, are requested to present the same to ('he SIX Honorable Judge cf Piohate of Jefleraon A MEETING of the Stockholders of the Union having demand,either creditors or distributees,against .. the said estate are alo notified to present thtlD -

-- To Planters. said E f'Culorl within two )'eallrom Ihe dale here County by I the undersigned Administrator cf George L-1. Bank of Florida will be held at the Banking Mid estate, are hereby notified to present them within settlement without delay. ,
be in Ellis, deceased. lat. of said Comfy, for House in the City ol Tallahassee, on Monday, the the time OWEN FILLY.4WJAMES
fur (XTTON imnI of, or this notice will plead bar of any such dischargefrom prescribed by law or their payment will be ,
i prilA> i imiI TO claims. THOMAS p. KENNEDY said administratorship. 3d day of February, for the election ol Director.11Y. barred FILLYAIV.Executors

r1'Iij1CQt). at nil tune., by J.C. ).\IT ELLEN MARTIN, CHARLES L. POWELL. L. RUTGERS, Cashier. W. E. KILCREASE Adrnr.Gadadcn of lat Will! and Testaoe.1Gadsden -
aa VI'21, t o "QJ Tampa, Fa., Nov. ;O, 1550. t 121 Eicculou. Jcffcison County, Ottobet'26, ISOO. _i> tfa J&nuary.lIS.S1. 52 County, January 25, IS31. 3 6t County, January, 1531. 5!