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 Material Information
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 22, 1851
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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System ID: UF00079928:00111
 Related Items
Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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BY CHARLES E. DYKE. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, MARCH 22, IS!} VOLUME III----NO. 11.

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CONSTITUTION, 4. TIle returns of every election for Governor shall be sealed up be vacated at the expiration of the first year,and of the second class, ,! such cases, the vote shall be taken by yeas and nays, and entered
and transmitted to the seat of Government, directed to the Speakerof at the expiration of the second year, so that one half thereof, as near on the journals of each House respectively.
OR FORM OF GOVERNMENT FOR THE PEOPLE OF FLORIDA the House of Representatives, who shall l, during the first week of as possible, may be chosen for ever thereafter, annually, for the I 13. The Clerk of the Supreme Court and the Clerks of the Courtsof
the session, open and publish them in the presence of both Housesof term of two years.* r Chancery, shall be elected by the General Assembly; and the
\\r, the People of the Territory: of Florida, by our Delegates in the General Assembly, and the person having the highest number 7. The House of Reprcsentalhrcs, when assembled, shall choose Clerks of the Circuit Courts shall be elected by the qualified electors .
Convention: assembled at the City of St. Joseph, on Monday the of votes, shall be Governor; but if two or more shall be equal and .1 Sneaker and its other officers, and the Senate a President and its in such mode as may h prescribed by law.
3d day of December, A. D. 183, and of the lndej>cndence of the highest in voles, one of them shall be chosen Governor by the joint other officers and each House shall be judge of the qualifications, 14. The Justices of the Supreme Cour Chancellors, and Judges + A
'nitod States the sixty-third year, having and claiming the right of vote of the two Houses ; and contested elections for Governor shall elections, and returns of its members ; but contested election shall } of the Circuit Courts, shall, by ,'iruc offices, b conservators *\; ,
admission into the I'nion, as one" of the United States of America, I be determined by both Houses of the General Assembly, in such I be determined in such manner as shall be directed by law. \ of the peace throughout the State ; and Justices the Peace "
consistent with the principles of the Federal Constitution, and by I manner as shall be prescribed by law. 8. .\ majority of each House shall constitute a quorum to do business in their respective Counties.
virtue of tin Treaty of Amity :Settlement: and Limits between the'lIittd 5. He shall, at stated times, receive a compensation for his services I but a sm'roller number may adjourn from day to day, and may I 15. The style of all process 5111 be .the St.tt of Florida," and
:States; of America and the King of Spain: ceding the Provinces : which shall not be increased! or diminished during the term i t compel the attendance of absent members in such manner and Under all criminal prosecutions shall l li carried on in the name of teState
of Eltoot l and \\"(':>t Florida to the United States' ; in order to for which he shall have been elected.I such penalties\ : PS each House may prescribe. tl of Florida, and al indidmenL shall conclude, "against t"
secure fo oursrlvrs! and our posterity the enjoyment of all the rights i 0. He shall be Commander-in-Chief of the Army and Navy; of I REach House may determine the rules of its own proceedings pace and dignity of same.
of life liberty, and property, and the pursuit' of happiness do inu- this State, and of the :Militia thereof. { taallv agree each with the other to form ourselves into a Free :lI1dIlIdrjlCnd'nt i 7. lie may require information in writing from the officers of the two-thirds, expel a member, but not a second time for the same reside at the of Go\"emment It shall be hs duty to al ,.
State, by the name of the State of Florida. Executive Departments, on any subject relating to the duties of I cause! sessions of the ( e\Ly. and upon passage of any ac. S
ARTICLE 1. their respective offices. I 10. Each House, during {hf session, may punish by imprisonment to draft and submit to the Assembly, at the same session .,,
Declaration of Rgll; !. i iI 8. He may, by proclamation, on extraordinary occasions convene r ri i any |>erson, not a me :alter for disrespectful or disorderly ber I r all necessary forms of proceeding under such laws, which, when
:, the General Assembly at the seat of Government, or at a different ; }haviour in its pretence, or for obstructing of its proceedings! approved, shal be thlrewih. and he shall perform such
I That the great and essential principles' of liberty and free government .j place, if that shall have become dangerous from an enemy, or from :' provided such imprisonment shall not extend: beyond the end of the II other ( as may be prescribed by He shall b elected by
may I be recognized: and established t \ we declare : | disease; and in case of disagreement I between the t\\ 0 Houses with ,! session joint vote of the two Houses of the General Assembly, and shall
1. That; all freemen, when: they form a I'ndall"ompad, are equal ; I I I respect to the time of adjournment, he may ndjourn"tht'm to such i 11. Each House liill: keep r. Journal of its proceedings, and : hold his office for four years; but may be removed by the Governor
and bn' certain: inherent and indefeasible rights among which are j time as he shall think proper, not beyond the day of the next meeting ;t cause the same\ to be published} immediately after its adjournment, ': on the address of two-thirds of the two Houses of the General As-
thlSof joying and defending life and liberty ; of acquiring, pos- ., designated by this Constitution. and the yeas and nays of the members of each House shall be taken sembly, and shall receive for his services a compensation to be fixed
sesknr, sod! protecting property' and reputation ; and of pursuing | i). He shall, from time time, give to the G'nernlsst'mlly infori and entered upon the journals upon the final passage of every bill, I i! by lav.
their own happiness. i mation of the State of the Government, and recommend to their and, may, by any two members, be required upon any other question !; 17. There shall lie one Solicitor for Circuit, who shall reside
1 That all! political power i i"i inherent in the j eople, and all free i consideration such measures as he may deem expedient. and any membt-r of either House shall have liberty to dissent ,j i therein, to be elected by the joint \ eael the General Assembly,
goiemim-ntf are founded on their authority and established! for their ,i 10. He shall take care that the laws l IMJ faithfully executed. I from or protest against any act or resolution which he may think '\i who shal hold his office for the term of four years ; and shall receive -
iK-nefit ; and, therefore, they have, at all time*, an inalienable and 11. In all criminal and the of his his services be fixed law.
of have to
| penal cases! (except treason and impeachment I injurious to the! public or an individual, and reasons : a compensation by
indefeasible right to alter or abolish their form of government, in conviction he shall have 18. Xo Justice of the Court shall sit
,) after power to grant reprieves dissent entered on the journal. I Supreme as Judge or take ,
such manner: as! they may deem expedient. !I and pardons, and remit fines and fo.feituns under such rules and 12. Senators and Uep '-etitativcs shall in all cases, except treason part in the Appellate Court on the trial or hearing of any case which
3. That all men have a natural and inalienable right to worship i{ ;i regulations as shall be prescribed by law; and in cases of treason, j felony or breach of the I peace be privileged from arrest during I j shall have been decided by him in the Court below.
Almighty God<1 according to the dictates of their own conscience ; i he shall have power, by and with the advice and consent of the the session of the General Assembly, and in going to or returning I: 19 The General Assembly shall have power to establish in each
and that no preference shall; ever be given by law to any religious Senate, to grant reprieves and pardons; and he may, in the! reCl'S"I I f/om the same, allowing one day for every twenty miles such member f' County, a Board of Commissionrs for the regulation of the County
cgttb'ishment' or mode of worship in this State. of the Senate, respite the sentence until the end of the next session t ti may reside from the pllee:1t which. the General Assembly is '! business therein. -
4. That all elections shall be free and equal ; and that no propsrtv I of the General .\ssem11\". convened, and for any speech or debate in either House they shall 20. Xo duty not Judicial shall be Imposed by law upon the Jus-
qualification eligibility to office, or for the right of suffrage, 12. There shall be a seal of the Stale which shall be kept by the l not be questioned in any other place. lives of the Supreme Court Chancellors, or the Judges of the Cir
shall ever be required in this Suite Governor, and used by }him officially, with such device as the \Governor : 13.: The! General Assembly shall make provision by law for fill cuit Courts of this -
a That every citizen may frl'l.lyJK'ak, write and J'ul,1Jo.lt i his sen- first elected may direct, and the! present seal of the Territory I ing vacancies that may OCCHr in either! House by the death, resignation VI.
mcnts on all !subjects, bring responsible fur the abu'.e of that! liberty ; :-}l'lllhe( the seal of die Stale until otherwise directed by the General (or otherwise,) of any of its members. ATCLE
end no law shall ever be passed to curtail, abridge, or restrain the Assembly. 14. The doors of eachHouse shall be open, except on such occasions The Right of Suffrage and Qualification of Ofce.; Civil Offices ; ,

liberty of speech or of the press. 13. All commissions shall be in the name, and I by the authority as, in the opinion of the House, the public safety may im- and Impeachments and Removals c-
fl. That the right of trial by jury shall l forever remain imiolale. the State of Florida, be sealed with the State seal, and signed by:the periouily require secrecy. 1 E"e1. free white male person of the age of twenty-one years
7.: That the people shall l be secure in their persons} houses, papers, r Governor, and attested by the Secretary of State. 15. Neither House shall without the consent of the other, adjourn f upwards, and who shall be at the time of offering to vote a citizen -
and possessions from unreasonable seizures and searches ; and thatno I 14. There shall be a Secretary of State appointed by joint yott'I for more than three days, nor to any other place than that in of the United States ; and who shal have resided, and had his
warrant to search any }place. or to seize any person or tiling, of both Houses of the General I which II home and
: Assembly, who shall continue in office they may be sitting. habitation, domicil, place permanent abode in Florida
shall issue without describing the place to be ",searched and the per. I I during the term of four years; and he shall keep a .fair register i! I 10. lulls may originate in either: House of the General Assembly, for two years next preceding the election at which he shall offer to
ton or thing to be seized, as nearly as may be, nor without probable : of the official acts and proceedings of the Governor, and shall, when f! and all bills paned by one House may be discussed, amended, or vote; and who shall have at such time and for six months immediately
cause supported by oath or affirmation. required, lay the same and all papers, minutes, and vouchers, relative rejected( by the other, but no hill shall have the force of law until preceding said time, shall have had his habitation, ,
domicJ
6. That no freeman shall he taken imprisoned, or disseized! of his thereto, before the General Assembly} and shall perform such other l on three several days it be read in each House, and free discussion home, and place of permanent abode in the County in which may
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freehold liberties, or outlawed or exiled, or in any manner destroyedor r duties as may be required of him by law. II IIr : be allowed thereon! unless in cases of urgency four-fifths of the offer to vote, and who shall be enrolled in the Militia thereof, (unless
deprived' of his life, liberty, or property, but by the law of tile ]15. Vacancies that happen in offices, the appointment( fo which r House in which the same shallljo depending may deem it expedient I I by law exempted from serving in the 1litin) shall be deemed a
land is vested in the General Assembly, or given to the! Governor; with the I I tl> dispense with the ruband; every bill having passed both I II qualified elector at all elections under and none
9. That all Courts shall be open: and every person, for an injury advice and consent of the Senate, shall he filled by the Governor: I I houses hall be signed by the Speaker and President of their respective I, others; except in elections by general ticket in the State or District
lone him, in his lands, goods, person, or reputation, shall have remedy ring the recess of the General Assembly, by granting; commissions, Houses. i I. prescribed by law, in which cases the elector must }have been a resident -
by due course of law ; and right and justice administered which shall expire at the end of the next session. 17. Each member of the General Assembly shall receive from of the State two years next preceding the election, and six
without sale, denial, or delay. 1C. Every bill, which hall have passed both Houses of the Gen the public Treasury such compensation for his services as may be i: months within the election district in which he ofer to vote: provided -
10. That in all criminal prosecutions, the accused }hath n right to eral Assembly, shall he presented to the Governor; if he approve,he fixed by law, but no increase of compensation shall take effect during r r that no soldier, seaman, or marine in regular Army or -
be heard himself! or counsel, or both ; to demand the nature and shall sign it; but if not, he shall return it with his objections to the the term for which the Representatives were elected when such Navy of the United States, unless he b a quale elector of tho
cause of the accusation; to be confronted with the witnesses against House in which it shall have originated, who shall enter the objections law passed State previous to his enlistment as such seaman, or marinein
l him; to have compulsory process for obtaining witnesses iu his favor at large upon the journals, and proceed to re-consider it; andif 18. The number of members of the House of Representativesshall the regular Army or Xav of the United States or of the Revenue
: and in all prosecutions by indictment or presentment a speedy after such re-consideration, a majority the whole number elect- never exceed sixty. Service, shall be con a resident of the State, in consequence
and public trial, by an impartial jury of the County or District, ed to that HOUSM, shall agree to pass the bill, it shall be sent with ARTICLE V.Julicial of being stationed within the same.f 1
where the offence was committed; and shall not be compelled to the objections to the oilier House: by which it shall likewise be reconsidered 2. The General Assembly shall, at its first session, provide for the
give evidence against himself. ; and if approved by a majority of the whole number elected I Department. registration of al the qualified electors in each county; and tl e 'c-
11. TLat all persons shall be bailable, by sufficient securities, unless to that House, it shall become a law; but in such cases, the 1. The Judicial power of this State, both as to matters of law after from time time, of all who may become such qualified' el c-
in capital offences, where the proof is evident, or the presumption votes of both Houses shall be by yeas and nays, and the names of and equity, shall be vested in a Supreme Court, Courts of Chancery, to:
i is strong; and the privilege of habeas corpus shall not be susjiended the members voting for, or against the bill, shall be entered on the Circuit Courts and Justices of the Peace, provided the General Assembly 3. Xo President, Director, Cashier, or other officer of any Bank-
unless when, in case of rebellion or invasion, the public journals of each House respectively ; and if any bill shall l not be may also vest such criminal jurisdiction as may be deemed ing company in this State, shall be eligible to the office of Governor,
safety may require it. returned by the Governor, within five days (Sundays excepted) necessary in Corporation Courts, but such jurisdiction shall not extend Senator or Representative to the General Assembly of this State, so .
12. That excessive! bail shall in no case be required ; nor shall after it shall have been presented to him, the same shall be a law in to capital ofi nces. long as he shall be such President, Director, Cashier, or other offi
excessive fines be imposed; nor shall cruel or unusual punishmentsbe like manner, as if he had signed it; unless the General Assembly' by 2. The Supreme Court, except in cases otherwise directed in this cer, nor until the lapse of twelve months from the time at which he
inflicted.: their adjournment prevent its return, iu which case, it shall not be a Constitution, shall have appellate jurisdiction only, which shall be shall have ceased to h such President, Director, Cashier, or other I
13. That no person shall, for the same offence, be twice put in law. co-extensive with the State, under !such restrictions and regulations, officer.
jeopardy of life or limb. 17. Every order, resolution, or vote, to which concurrence of both not repugnant to this Constitution, as may from time to time he prescribed j 4. The General Assembly shall have power to exclude from every
11 That {private property shall not be taken or applied to publicuse Houses may be necessary, except on questions of adjournment, by law, provided that the said Court shall always have powerto office of honor, trust or profit,within the State,and from the right of
ualefs just compensation be made therefor. shall be presented to the Governor; and before it shall take effect, issue writs injunction, mandamus, quo warranto,habeas corpus, suffrage, all persons convicted of bribery, perjury,or other infamous
15. That in all prosecutions: and indictments for libel, the truth be approved by him, or being disapproved' be re-passed! by both and such other remedial and original writs as may be necessary to crime
may he given in evidence; and if it shall appear to the jury that the I Houses, according to the rules and limitations prescribed in case of give it a general superintendence{ and control of all other Courts. 5. Xo person shall be capable of holding, or of being elected to
(libel i is true and published with good motives and for justifiable ends, a bill. 3. For the term of five years from the election of the Judges of any post of honor, profit, trst emolument, ci\"i or military, legislative -
the truth shall be a justification ; and the jury shall be the judges of 18. In case of the impeachment of the Governor, his removal from the. Circuit Courts, and thereafter until the General Assembly shall executive, or the government of this State,who
the law and facts. office, death, refusal to qualify, resignation, or absence! from the I i otherwise provide, the powers of the Supreme Court shall be vested shall hereafter fight a duel, or send, or except a challenge to fight a
16. That no j person shall be put to answer! any criminal charge, State, the President of the Senate shall exercise all the power and in, and its duties perlonned: by the Judges of the several Circuit duel, the probable issue of which may be the death of the chnllengr
but by'presentment, indictment, or impeachment. authority appertaining to the office of Governor, during the term for Courts withiu this State, and they, or a majority of them shall hold or challenged, or who shall be a second to either party,
17. !that no conviction shall work corruption of blood, or forfeiture which the Governor was elected; unless the General Assembly} shall such sessions of the Supreme Court, and at such times as may be in any manner aid, or assist in such duel, or shall be knowingly the
of estate. provide by law for the election of a Governor to fill such vacancy; directed by law. bearer of such challenge, or :acceptance, whether the same occur,orb
16. That retrospective laws, punishing acts: committed beforethe or, until the Governor absent, or impeached, shall return, or be ac 4. The Supreme Court, when organized, shall l be holden at such committed in or.out of the State.
existence of such laws, and by them only declared j penal, or quitted. times and places as may be provided by law. Xo person who may hereafter be a collector, holder of pub 1
frMiiflal, are oppressive: unjust, and incompatible with liberty; 19. If during the vacancy of the office of Governor, the President 5. The State shall be divided into at least four convenient Cir- lic moneys shall have a seat in either House of the General Assembly '
wherefore, no er post facto lw shall ever he m>ld<.>. of the Senate shall be impeached, removed from office, refuse to cuits, and until other Circuits: shall be provided for by the General or b eligible to any office of trust, or profit, under! this State,
t be 19. That no law impairing the obligation of contracts shall ever qualify, resign, die, or be absent from the State, the Speaker of the I I Assembly, the arrangement of the Circuits shall be the Western, until he shalllye accounted for, and paid into the Treasury, all*
pasgtd. House of Representatives shall in like manner, administer the Government : Middle, Eastern and Southern Circuits, and for each Circuit there sums for may be accountable.
20That the people have n right, in a peaceable manner, to shall be appointed a Judge, who shall after his appointment, residein 7. Xo Governor, Member of Congress, or of the General Assembly -
assemble together to consult for the common good ; and to apply 20. The President of the Senate, or Speaker of the House of Representatives the Circuit for which he has been appointed, and shall, at stated of this State, shall receive a fee, be engaged as counsel, agent
ll;tlho&e invested with die powers of government, for redress of"ne"ancCii during the time he administers the Government, shall times, receive for }his. services a salary of not less than two thousand or attorney, in any civil case, or claim, against this State,
,or oilier proper 1 purpose 1 *, by petition, address, or re- receive the same compensation which the Governor would have re- dollars per annum which shall not be diminished during the continuance which this State shall be a party, during the time he shall remain in
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ceived. of such Judge in office ; but the Judges shall receive no feesor office.
Ie;*. That tie free white men of this State F-ll:1lllmn the right toM 21. The Governor shall always resid., during the sessions of the perquisites of otlice, nor hold any other office of profit under the 8. Xo Governor, Justice of the Supreme Court, Chancellor or
and to hear anus, for their common defence. General Assembly, at the place where their sessions a-e held, and State, the United States, or of any other power. Judge of this State, shall be eligible to election, or appointment to <
j That no soldier in time of peace, shall lie quartered in any at all other times wherever, in their opinion, the public good may G. The Circuit Courts shall have original jurisdiction in all matters any other and different station, or office,or post of honor, OP emolument .
a JOU'ltLQut toe! consent of the owner; nor in time of war but in require. civil and criminal, within! this State, not otherwise excepted in under this State, or to the station of Senator, or Representative .
manner t3. l'rc&criLt hJ law. 22. Xo person shall hold the office of Governor, and any other this Constitution. in Congress of the United States, from this Stateuntil l one year
I'Lat no standing army shall be kept up without the consent office or commission, civil or military, either in this State, or under 7. A Circuit Court snail he held in such Counties, and at such after he sha have ceased to be such Governor, Justice, Chancellor,
ti"toeLepihlatupe: : and the military shall in nil cases and at all any State, or the United States, or any other power, at one and the times and places therein, as may be prescribed by law and the or .
o7, !''ie|' lu strict subordination to the cull I power. same time, except the President of the Senate, or the Speaker of Judges of the several: Circuit Courts may hold Courts for each 9. Xo Senator or Representative "ball, daring tl!.(term for-wlJi-h
of"4. 'unt Perpetuities and monopolies are contrary to the genius the I House I of Representatives, when he shall hold the office, as afore other, and shall do so when directed by law. he shall have been elected, be appointed to any civil office of profit,
.,.free 4Star fr. and ought not to be allowed. said. 8. The Gt'llerals5emIJ1: \' shall have power to establish and organize under this State which shall have been created,or the emoluments of
ever***LeI'L.Lt: no hereditary emolument, privileges, or honors,, shall 23. A State Treasurer, and Comptroller of Public Accounts, shall a separate Court or Courts of original equity jurisdiction ; but which shall have been increased, during such term, except such of.
n? n_.al ur conferred in this State b IK elected by joint vote of both Houses of the General Assembly, at until such Court or Courts shall be established and organized, the fices as may be filled by elections by the people.
J .wo. chat frt"pi iK'nt recurrence to fundamental principles p }is abso- each regular session thereof. Circuit Courts shall exercise such jurisdiction. 10. No minister of the Gospel shall be eligible to the office of 1 1
lnfel5! jfecvuary to preserve the blessings of liberty. ARTICLE IV. 9. The General Assembly shall provide by law for the appointment Governor, Senator, or member of the House of Represenatives of ,
*V *"at 1 :guard against transgressions upon the rights of the in each County, of an officer to take probate of wills, to grant this State.
the o II c, *:' declare tlmt diing; in this article is excepted J out of Legislative Denarim'ut. letters testamentary. of administration, and guardianship. ; to attend. 11. Members .of the General Assembly, and all officers, Civil or
gl'uerall'o\\'t'rti' of oron-n1fnrllt and shall forever remain invioand ana Military, before they enter upon the execution of their respective offices
Late ) 1. The Legislative power of this State shall be vested in two distinct to the settlement of the estates of decedants of minors, ana to
i."IjIOI1Ii'. ; that all la Wilt contrary thereto, or to the following pro- branches, the one to be styled the Senate, the other the Houseof discharge the duties usually appertaining to Courts of Ordinary, ,shall take the following oath or affirmation: I do swear (or affirm .
shall J to void Representatives, and both together, "The General of subject to the direction and supervision of the Courts of Chancery, ,) that I a duly qualified, according to the Constitution of this
Assembly to exercise the office to which I have been elected .
State (
I or appoiut.e
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ARTICLE II. the State of Florida," and the style of all the laws shall l lie He it as may be provided by law.
Distribution of the Powers of Government. enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the State of 10. A competent number of Justices of the Peace shall be, from ) and will,to the best of my abites discharge the duties tereof
Florida in General Assembly convened." time to time, appointed or elected in and for each County, in such preserve, protect, and te ( of this Stt ad
lATKl.wwers J of the Government of the State of Horida shall
United
of the
and for such term of office( the General Assembly direct States
into 2. The members of the House of Representatives shall be chosen mode, as may
three and each of them confided
to dirtinctdepartments, and shall such be prescribed by 12. Ever person shall be disualifie from serving Governor,
jurisdiction as
iseparateJ by the qualified voters, and shall serve for the term of one from possess may
> of wit Those which year
to ody Iagh.tracy.to : are Legis1aGre the day of the commencement of the election and law; and in cases tried before a Justice of the Peace, the right of Represntth"e. or holding any other office of honor,
one ; those which arc Executive to another ; and those general no longer, be or profit in this State, for the term for which he shall have been
shall be secured under such rules and regulations as
Juch are Judicial i to another. and the sessions of the General Assembly shall be annual, and com- appeal may elect
... .law. ed, who shall have been convicted of having or any '
t\o mence on the fourth Monday in November in each prescribed by
such
at
I01"80", collection of of those de- year, or g'en .
or being one bribe his election.
tart ents persons other time, as he prescribed law. 11. Justices of the Supreme Court, Chancellors, and Judges of to procure l. ; ;; ; .M
may by
shall exercise any power properly belonging to either of 13. Laws shall be made by the General to exclude ; :t
the The the Circuit Courts, shall be elected by the concurrent vote of a ma Assembly .
others 3. Representatives shall bo chosen M
!, in the instances in this Cons every year, on the first ",#
except expressly provided from office and from those who have been
suffrage or '
tatioa. Honda in the month of October, until otherwise directed by law. jority of both Houses of the General Assembly. sl.al maythereafter 4 '
Courts shall at the first session of be convicted of bribery, forgery, or other high .
4. Jso person shall hel Representative, unless he be a white man, 12. :The Judges of the Circuit rrur 7 <
ARTICLE III. a citizen of the United States, and shall have been an inhabitant of the General Assembly to be holden under this Constitution, be electedfor crime, or misdemeanor; and the suffrage shall be supported
Executive Department. I the State, two years next preceding his election, and the List the term of five years, and shall hold 1 their offices for that term, by laws regulating elections,and prohibiting, under adeuat
All.,The Supreme Executive Power shall be vested in a Chief thereof a resident of the county for which he shall be chosen,year and : unless sooner removed under the provisions made in this Constitution penalties, all undue influence thereon, from rower, bribery, tmut,
o"8trate, who shall be styled the Governor of the State of Flor- shall have attained the age of twenty-one years. I for removal of Judges by address or impeachment. ; and at or other improper practices
i 5. The Senators shall be chosen by the qualified electors for the the expiration of five years, the Justices of the Supreme Court and 14. All civil officers of the State at large, shall reside within the
*- The time the Judges of the Circuit Courts, shall be elected for the term of State, and all District or county officers within their respective Districts
Governor all al 1 be elected for four years, by the qualified term of two years, at the same in the same manner, and in the _
etors, at the time and place where they shall vote for Represent- same places where they vote for members of the House of Representatives and during their good behavior; and for wilful neglect of'duty, or or counties, and shall keep their respective offices at such
stay and shall remain in office until l a successor be chosen and ; and no man shall be a Senator, unless he be a white man, a other reasonable cause, which shall not be sufficient ground for impeachment places therein a ma required by law.
Vilified, and shall l not be eligible to re-election until the expiration citizen of the United States, and shall have been an inhabitant of this the Governor shall remove any of them on the address 15. It shal be duty of the General Assembly to,regulate by
of four years thereAfter. State, two years next preceding his election, and the last thereof of tivo-thirds of each 'House of the General Assembly ; provided, law, in cases, and wht deduction from the salaries of public
3.1Co : year however, that the cause or causes shall be stated at length in such officers, shall be made, nl'slee of duty in their official capacity,
1 person shall l be eligible to the office of Governor unless hoof a resident of the District or County for which he shall be chosen,
fcWl have address, and entered on the journals of each House ; and provided 16. Returns of electons members of Congress, and the Gen.
attained the age of thirty years, shall have l been a citizen and shall have attained the age of the tinted States ten 6. The Senators after their first election shall further, that the causc'or causes shall be notified to the Judge so intended clause of the Constitution < "
tiro years, or an inhabitant of Honda at tho be divided by lot, Tl h been amended Sae 2d of Amend
e of the adoption of this Constitution (being a citizen of the Uni into two classes, And the seats of the Senator of the first class, shall to be removed, and he shall be admitted to a hearing in hb -r
,, tor.U>VandBiaUlaveWnare6ident) : of I onda at least five' --Thi\ own defence, before any vote for such address shall paM ; and in | T.ckvuc of the Constitution ku been amended. S 3d Art.of Amtn i-
clause Constitution luu been ; rtb"
next preceding the dav' of of the Amcndci See l t Art. .
.. election. Amendment, Tbia clause Las been amended. So tint Artkjj of Amtudn uts

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,;. ll, inade to the Secretary California Profit and Loss. Romance and Tragedy The*'Cloven Foot of Feerls. I Bail Soad aero*! Florida!

of State, inrhanner to be prescribed by The Hartford Counni publishes a letter Many of uur readers will inneinhpr, a serie '[lf/uiribian&) Journal. We copy the subjoined Ii ge- Our readers are aware that a eLate 11

law. ''nun the Srrrelarv fir one of the companies'uhich articles entitled Three necks! on f +* *> ,* \i.Federal.Union. The resolutions i it retero waa granted at the last session of our .,..

17. In all elections by the G'nertl5.01 left lh.il; city for ( &IitToinii, thai <:i\p cotton plai Utiori," which! .appeared in the TALLAHASSEE: werepublished in this"1! paper of the Slh !latarefor the contraction of a foil &1. ,

bly, the vote shall: be vira roce, and in :ill cIecliotiis a lilllo ni'i;ht into the profit and loss of lea v. Hrpu'jlicun a twelve month .iuce or" more.- _'_,__-_www- instant: fronj.the: Atlantic to the Golf Road 1
bv llie people, the vote fchall be by ballot ing hom in pursuit i>f;,.. In one of those articles, the romantic billun SATUEDAY, MAECH 22,1B5L"SoiloftheSonth. that of Mexico; and ;
the is
The I Hartliird I :; i Union Mining! and Trading of I he planter whose bospilaliiies the wriier -__ "DF)10nUrr aIGGERT.pb. same expected to commence at th"

J Ifi. No member of Congress, or j ersou CHI., taJod I t'.on Hiit'orJ in Ft hlar.IS". !!). .0 gratefully! recalled, was briefly i\'n.-- ."- --- lish to-day the Dmocric Hay of St. Mary's and terminate either at the

.. holding or exercising any office of profit under I -iii.l Hiiivt-d in California in September. It He landed nl Natchez a boy. He bad come We have received the first number of this by the old I embodies the correct Day of St Andrews or.P nacoJa. That
I thc United. States, or under any foreign powerthall consisted i-f I ICO persons of whom two Moppod I t0l\J! the Ohio and Mississippi; on a flat boat, doctrine, and in our opinion is the only citizens should feel tho our
his father and his father's Monthly published at Columbus, true policy for the country in this importantcrisis. most lively interest
: be t-Jigible aa a member of the UenerdAsenilily in Rio Janeiro. At the end twelve in'>n h \ilh partner. \grcu1ur1 i ia
There his father died and .(; and edited James 31. Cambers and the mother of the most distinguished the success of this great enterprise is
I of this State, or hold, or exercise (loin their arrival, twelve had died, Ixvcnty-six was.buried, anJiheie a., by yi..ini isatoraj,
! &-3V office ('profit, under the State ; and nopemm had returned b'llnilh 833.300: an aera the boy was left by the II'ales! partner., Charles A. Peabody, Esrs The Soil of( disciples of the democratic creed, and we are pleased to see that the citizens Of
, shall oi"3l I each and without! a picayune. he has taken the I lead-Georgia, democratic to I New Orleans are likely
in this 4State ever hold two offices : ,2SO veniy.evpii r i i.aill'd Xatural.'brewd the under the auspices of_ the properly to ippreci.
of profits-it the same time, except the olKce! of ',- in CibforniH, with 91,400, an aver- soon picked up told tiiels! the South"ppars Association the core as she is at this time, will repudiateall ate its importance. The
I thealr did errands Muscogee : fusstU Agricultural the dogmas of the new school of doctors, corresponded
peddled knick-knacks
Justice of the Peace, notary public! constable .. ay I' (If 81,239: per mm. The highest ImI which from
we publish
and in its mechanical is under the old to-day the New
and militya offices. posM.ied by JIll! one man was 5000.() while I kc., tinlil he grew up to be a proper size for appearance very and rally again Republican Or.
!larger He then became creditable printed on superior white banner. leans Picayune ofthe lth nIL, with the
19. The General Assembly *>.h.1I1)llw *imiclfm had: nothing at all. Allowing 81000 operations. owner being corn
provide for the appointment, or election, and each 1 lor three of whom no information! of'a dray, then a number! of drajs, then ofne- with clear, new type. The subscript The whig party at this moment are making ments of that paper, (which has since been ho

the removal from office, of all officers, civil, was obtained, the general a\"t'rae for the grocs w'uodiove l them, I thru of a Hn,1, planta. papr price is put at the low price of $1 per every exertion to.car the State in the fall published in several of our exchanges*

and military, in this State, not provided fori:* whole company was $I,11 each. The mrm lion, near Natchez, then of an immensely in advance. elections. It oes not openly publish its pol. seems to afford evidence that
this Constitution. hers were engaged (or most part of the tiu.e large plantation: at Milliken's Bend, aboveVicksburg. annul cy to the world, but under false pretences is our people will

20.'n1C power impeac'imenl ball l be veUd ?- as followsc1erl on steamboat? 1 ; pilot, 1 : Here he went into speculations To the Southern planter! this new candidatefor trying to palm off its oft repudiated principles be aided in tho construction of tins great national -> !

: in the House of Representatives. s'earnb-Nit! : hand, I ; coasting, 1 ; farmers ; an j before the crash of '.37 supposed himself popular favor promises to l be an invaluable upon the unsuspecting. There are but work. This is a favorable sign, vid }

:, ,*; 21. All impeachments shall be tried by ,I truckmen, 3 ; driving of teams to mines, 5 ; to be worth a quarter of a million. treasure.; lU editors:are both intelligent two parties in Georgia at this day-the democratic we hope our Executive and all others inter :

:;j SW the Senate ; and heuiStting; for that purpose, carpenters 3 ; merchants, 3 ; picker, 1 ; tin.ncr Hitherto hia .loriunes had wastt!. He W.1 men, of \\tn% experience in tilling soil-the I and whig parties. The latter may esled in the matter will proceed to Lave tfo 1
the Senators shall !be upon oath, or affirmation I ; keening restaurants, 4-31 ; remain. independent. He then, t lor ilu frt tint';, re. repudiate its name and endeavor. to convincethe and the
; and no person shall be convicted, without dir rniuiu;;. turned to Cincinnati, and *oti
the concurrence two.lhirds! of the! members The Fremont Mining C", : tier and tisierj.hol he l"Tt l!-bind 1'1 an accomplished gardener. Its contributors the Midas-like: ('ar are visable above the deceitful -I books subscription of stock to be opened j

prcs nt. (f 6.: members, arrived in California about years before. He found his i iain'Iy: who sup I are gentlemen of intelligence and experience
22. The Governor and all civil officers shall ihe same: lime. At the end of a lear seven posed him dead, in jutveily, ani I pi'milei! for I and they will constitute its columnsa you hold in your hands the political Florida. We earnestly commend the nub
hid 1 dim! borne them and then came tbo reverses. \\ i r control of the Government. Twentvsix "}
be liable to impeachment for any misdemeanor eighteen had returned with Th. perfoet store-house of Useful information.Gov. J.ject to the favorable notice i of oar citfcen !
in office : but judgment in such eases shall '2OOO, and fifly( remained with $$33,400 of his youth had home hi:1 Insert he.iii'i.ul -.. -- --- --- States of the iiol aro under democratic ,
\ net e\tend further than to removal from office, being a general average of710 each. The chilJiPii., These one ait-r am, .tb-r, died!. and Brown at Key VI est.I administration. 'fe whigs would gladly and most heartily wish i the great cntcrprii ;

'. r nnd disqualifi cation to hold any oflicc of hone hight: t sum: possed by any: one memberwas then Ibrt wife wa laid in the gr In'1 in. I We 1 learn from the Key \\cst Gazette of change this State things. They see and God speed. '

or, trust, or profit under this State ; but the $;OOO, while nineteen made: nothing beyond terval elap'''d of pecuniary protjtt'rily' bui: oi I II I 1st that his v Gov. Thomas tlC feel their ovenvhelmning defeat-they haveno Iron tJte Y:! O. Pitaym
parties shall nevertheless be liable to iiidictinent their! current expenses. intense grit'tvwjten he"a! bkf&eil oi i I b the ilt Excellency bright future to incite to steadfast main Railroad 'Across Florida.
Taking the experience oflhesc two hand of'ono of the >n trial, find punishment according to law. com- ant ol prhciles-I The letters have been
(Concluded ncrt Week.) paniet as a guide, it does not leave u very favor.ible lof woni-iii.kiiul.; Titcii: cam' use financialjcrasb : \ith every demonstration of respect them unless they can mmufeur some hob following plied ;Jo
hands in order
; imptrseion cftlie profits! and advanMgi'S but' llioyyh suflVrinj: : st-veily, !his energy by, the citizens.* Flags were suspended from by to ride, or invent some red pepper or gunpowder our to attract public attention

Extra Session of the Senate. ; of going to California. In the first place, 'I [parried in M>m !, and be enabled: to retain and ajj his nut I ir.ent our city particularly interested.
of l\vo hundred and one persons who reached wa- to It is false that tho whig party is dead.
SATCHUAV March 8 1651. t tired from the barracks. A it will be also of
beatHifu! ilnntalinn. eighteen gti'is although great value to
Out it is
of
the gold regions, nineteen, or within a fraction { Georgia not playing possum ;
Mr. UPII AM the credentials of I Years : n another family .f I meeting ot the citizens was held and all the vast commerce which enters the Gtlfof
presented of one-tenth of the whole number, died passed on, nc ( : a committee its boasts of strength, and its l leaders are !
The Hon. SOLOMON FOOT, of Vermont, \\iiliiu ?, yea r-a mortality significant: enough bcauiul: : children li.i.l grown np Moll him,, of twenty apjHMnted to make the burnishing up their arms for the contest ofl Mexico. .
wlio appeared, was qualified, and took his to whom aId wboMbt'nilifiil! motbcr h I We have written several times on tie immense .
, Jo show that the pecuniary, risk is far from being \a : necessary-arrangements for to 52. In every other State but Georgia
, t' 3t.TUI the SOle contingency assumed by the ad. attached. by almo.vt fiurttical idolatry.! TWI I manifesting see unmistakable evidence of the existence of j(I importance of this work, andcheerIJ.(
the
ELECTION OF SEXVTOtt IV TLOS1DASTATEMENT venturer. In the second), as a matter ofdoj.; years: ago last August, his bom? was I Ih be abode Go\'eror the respectful consideration of this narty, and such would be the case here if t ly give th's farther testimony, hoping that it

BV IIOX ME. VULEE..Mr. lars aid cents! the business scarcely pays for i of plenty and the largest hospitality. [inme- this community upon the iutcretnf occasion policy did not dictate silence. Let the democratic will flimula'c our citizens to d., sometLin
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MORTON presented the following the abandonment of the comforts( and enjoy I diately aftcrwurils b s s favorite child ickl ned of his first \iiit i to this h1. nJ: The Gazette party as a party stand aloof from all worthy of themselves and their fair city, i ia.

communication from the lIon. DAVID I*. YiX.F.E > mcnts of a life ;in the Atlantic States, and the and died. .\ month or twT> after this: his ] a-Jdi : alliances with whigs. Let it unite upon its giving countenance and aid :
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I Ed t the of
pbor and harJ&Iiips house was burned. A few \veekj mue, and time honored and the knell of : Pit'aywle-tTpf'ln err my dr.
which read buildingup

was and ordered to be printed. consequent upon .The waited on his excellencyat principles, from Tallahassee! Fla. where
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CtmlitlC reside
a new home" in the witI rncS. a long pending Uw suit, origiutilf in his ef- twelve thisda\lnd whiggery is sounded." parture: ,
conducted him the of that State the
Governor sent
foils to retain his me enc!. '
WASHINGTON, March S, 1631. The average S94G each earnings of the two compauIPS debts, was decided agiinst;; t him, and his y"ofF hio j to the lY.ited States District Court Room, in California. s..d communication, upon a subject ia which
were man. Deduct from this I plan. Farmg
To the Senate of the United Slates: I' where there were assembled number of ladies the citizens of city are supposed to !bs
10 tation under, the hammer and it your
the cost of and outfit, 8350 each was put : of the auctioneer i a great country, seems
I 1 beg 1 lave to present an extract from thedaik pas 3ge say and gentlemen, and an appropriate and interested. I know net Low
deeply more
and lets than six hundred dollars is left as a and the hrI1t1! spirited nun nuirrd to have fallen into hands who know how-to de- apu
journal of the General Assembly of beautiful address was delivered by the Hon.S. I ly to comply with GOT. IJroxvn's request thaa
to child
Florida, lriUh'tllJ.r! authority and for the; ucecflhat compensation for eighteen months' limcTtwelvcof \ Vicksbtirg. ler.nlll.lllr large possessions diltl- R. Mallory, to which his Excellency responded. vclopc its greatness. For instance read the : to ask you lo puHisb hill letter in your paper, .

horiJ110\iug die proceedings i and! wlich'ere epent in labor of the most toil I rlltlt the beautiful steumer Mobavtk.and We were not present at the meet i following account of a farm cultivated with though the same was hastily written and not .
and six purchased
some description, in tedious and I
a
vote which took place on the 13th January A little than dollar sea I run her in the \'ick.itrg and New G.luan log, but are promised :full report for our next in fortymiles of San Francisco, by a Mr. probably designed for publication. I thin'
last, in the choice of a Senator of the United toyage. more a a clay, in number. We understand a Ban is to be given can not fill to perceive that the railroad:
our view at lea ', is rather for such trade, acting as the Captain A f few James Homer, formerly of New Jersey. The you
State for the term the fourth of poor pay im-rlf on next the third instant to hisExcellency
commencing ibe .Monday contemplated: acr >s% Florida, connecting ilia
, labor as ibis. days ago, following was rtceiiedbv details arc taken from a letter in the Journal
March, current.It Noitliern which no doubt will bo a splendid Atlantic with tb.3 Gulf a project of vast me.

will be seen that the president cf the j joint I fJWhat";: Imhmaii" will not .LOUISVILLE thp [Dec..papers* 17.:-C-ipt. Cobb, of the I.' affair."_ of Commerce, dated San Francisco, January ment tl) the whole nation, and TO New Orleans

meeting announced that there was no choice, read the following with! aglow of satisftction at steamer Mohawk J blew out his biaius yesterday "Washington Union. :10, 1831 : more_ than any other.ciljr. }. hope YOU will

in consequence whereof the Legislature lro.1 the thought that his countrymen took a prominent \'ickburg-catisn', pecuirary: troubles, 1113:1shington correspondent of the I He came here four. years since, overland examine the charter (of which I send you a
ceeded iu several successive votings, until, on part in lading the t foundation of the and the death if his wife and has his wife with Mm. Mr. Horner printed copy) and call the attention! ot"jcur

a subsequent day, it was announced that the structure freedom in this country, that is Another tli.-patrb i from Nashville: of the Charleston Courier states that 3Ir Ritchie is planted about 130 acres of Potatoes,yielding capitalists to its very liberal provisions, to the

lion. Stephen H. Mallorjwas clto"cn. her pride, and the bane cf her enemies J The same date, stuted: that miming the steamer to call to his aid in the conduct of the Union him a crop of 35,000 bushels, :averaging 50 end that this great work may he commenced

After a careful examination of the subject, following extract is (rom T. D. Medea's His. Mohawk ilk with ,;OU bales of coiton onboard I his bon-in-law, editor of the ickmond En qui Ibs. to the bushel and 270 bushels to the a- j and completed with the promptness and certainty .
I have a strong conviction that the first voting cube Irish settlers in North America ere. The about ten cents which its importance: demands. Allow!
while that
tory lying at city Two poor rcr. In an article in the Union it is intimated crop "i average
completed an election; that, in fact and right, which he i is now publishing in the Celt : I I weeping, terror-stricken children are all that that the editorialship will committed to per pound, or enormous sum of one hun I me to add one suggestion to those containedin
I was then duly and constitutionally chosen ; .The Declaration of Independence was remain of the whole family. What dream (.f b dred and seventy-fee thousand dollars; or, I the letter of his Excellency Governor

tnd that all the subsequent proceedings were signed by fi i.six names, of whom nine (including I I fiction ever equaled a tragedy like this 1- younger and abler hands. what is the same thing, the whole yield of Brown, viz : It is believed that this road will

therefore void.It Secretary Thompson,) were of Irish., Springfield ( .) Republican. New Hampshire. 130 acres was35,000"bushelsand sold at five bring into use and render valuable,lands now
that I was the only dollars wholly unproductive' to the value of fire or
appears He also
person put origin. ---- -- -- The Democratic candidate for Governor of per bushel raised from four I
In nomination; that no votes were given for .Mathew Thornton, born in Ireland in Jenny Lind and the Blind Boy. acres of for thouand pounds of Onions, six millions of dollars, and that these lands

any other eligible person ; and that no more 1714, Mgnrd it for New Hamr hire. He We have htarc much said and seen much New Hampshire h believed to be defeated. which he sold an average of 40 cent per will be granted by Congress to the company.

i_ than a majority of a quorum of the elective was afterwards !Chief Justice of the Common written of lady, but the following, which, The Legislature is supposed to be divided equally pound, (some of a them weighed four pounds during its present session.

s5f:" 1t body: declared me to be their choice. Pleas, and died June 24th, 1803. we take from the Xew Oi- Picayune, is between whigs and free Boilers and each,) and which crop of Onions produced Commending this subject to your /favors bT

f It is understood that the Legislature acted James Smith, who signed for Pennsylvania I one of the most touching incidents, portray deinoc rats.Perkins. 1,00 dollars, (say four acres Onions, 40- attention, and through you to the faTonWe' a''.
under an impression that the concurring voices was born in Ireland in 1713, and died id ing her vocal powers and charitable dispoM- pounds, 40 c. per pound.) tention of the citizens of New Orleans,1 remain -
of a major part of all the members elected to 1800. I tion, that we have yet seen in print and Tuck, whig?, have been elected As for Cabbages, he planted 70,000, and yours, truly '

I the two branches (the aggregate being fifty- "George Taylor, a signer i from the same A poor blind boy, who is highly gifted io Congress from the first and third raised 40,000 head for market, which he soldon M. A. LONG.

nine) was necessary to a choice ; and that Stale, was born in Ireland in 1716, so poor with musical talent, and who resides in the districts. In the remaining districts democrats the average at 40 c. each, or say 810,000 February Ii, IS51 ;
, number, to wit, thirty, not having declared for that his services were sold on his arrival to northern part of the State of Mississippi, had have been from 15 acres. >'

! an eligible person, no choice was thought to p.)' the expense of his passage out. He diedat expressed such great anxiety to hear Jenny re-elected He also raised 50,000 pounds of Tomatoes, EXECUTIVE CnAXBEK,
j have been elected. Easton, (Pa.) February 23: 1781. Lind ting that his friends riSt a subscription Oz- Caspius M. Clay" is the emancipation which he sold at prices varying from ten to Tallahassee Fla., Feb. 3, 18I. $ '

If 1 was legally elected, as I believe to be George Head, of Delaware, was the son to send him to this city gratify his candidate! fo Governor in Kentucky. 20 cents per pound, or an average of 12 J c. Sly Dear Sir : Understanding that you art
! the case, it is my duty to assert right to the of Irish parents, or.e of the authors of the wish. per pound-producing the handsome sum of about to make a visit to New Orleans, and
orEce; and, as a failue to do so now, when Constitution of Delaware, and afterwards of On arriving here, he accidentally took Death of Gen. McDuffie.TIio 80,250. knowing the interest which you have minifesfed .

;i the Senate j is convened :111(11 am present in the Federal Constitution. It was he who an. lodgings in the same hotel with Mr. Kyle( the Charleston papers of the 13th an- And now for the pumpkins, about -10 tons, with others, in trying to awaken the

the city, might be interpreted into an abandonment bwered (the British tempters" I am a poor celebrated flutiit. One evening : Kyle, nounce the death of Gen. George McDufRe, which he sold at fix cents per pound, some" people of our young State to a proper spirit of

of claim, or at least of negligence in man, but poor as I am, the King of Englandis :' hearing some very wild! and sweet !ute notes, II who died! on TUts'Ja.the llth inst The of them weighing 75 pounds each, but averaging i iulerunl improvement', I am sure you will not

its assertion, I have thought it incumbent upon I i not rich enough to purchase me." He diedin lst.ned for some time in surprise, all as the health of this distinguished i man had been for :30: pound each-these equaled the i ism consider me troublesome in asking you to take
me to bring the subject to the notice of 17D8.i ) I soulh died a\vav, be said to him-lf, .Well, I of$ with you a few copies of tbe -Atlantic and

the body. Hut as my friend Mr. :Mallory, i Charles Carrol, of Carrollon, WPS of Irish I: that fellow thinks bo can 1 i>l-iv; ; but now 111 j I years such as to cauc his friends to surrender To sum- cp all, we find the of this i Cuif; Central Railroad" charter, which was
I who will doubtless regard it as! his duty to decent, and very wealthy. He affixed his i just how him what I can do." Taking up; I II the l last hope of ever again seeing him farm of 150 acres was as produc: I I graced at the late session cube General Assembly .

present Liimi-lf with his credentials, is not address aflcr his name, that tho pledge of hisfortune" I his flute, he played the air of UK! ( Last Uo-e(' tike Plr in the affairs of Stite. .So completely Potatoes, 101ows. 8175,000 I of this State, and t? distribute! them
I -
now here, it is not my purpose or wish to press might be beyond doubt. |He was of Summer," with variations. The boy listened ," says the Charleston Mercury, had Onions, 10,000 among such influential gentlemen with whom

: the question, nor to ask a decision, until he the last survivurofthte feigners, and died Nov. with breathless delight, and followingthe his feebleness shut him out from all Cabbages, 10,000 I you may meet, as may take an in crest in this
can be present 14, 183-.2. sound, he Cll to the door of Mr. Kyle, commerce Tomatoes, I i truly national project. And, ifoccasion should!
With} respectful l consideration, your fellow .Thomas Lynch, Jr. of South Carolina, and! btood there unti the List notes erased. wit the world., that we seem now to Pumpkins, 15,250 4,800 I I offer, to endeavor to make a correct impresalort -
citizen, I). L. l'U LEE. succeeded' his father. who died, while at Congress With! a feeling impulse! he could not rc-I bo speaking of a great man long dead, rater in regard; to its character and importance.I .

in 177G, and the Declaration. He strain," he knocked at the door. Come than of one who breathed his last two days Total I cannot imagine an enterprise in which
Extract from the journal of the General went abroad soon after for his death, but was said Ky'Ie, and not recognizing the lad, he '."PI" Exclusive of product minor, -articles- of 218,050 I' the people of New Orleans should rake *

Assembly of Florida, for the 13th day of January lost nt sea."Thomas. said, \Vut} do you want, sir?li "I I am \Y truck. many garden I I deeper interest. Connecteu with the contemplated -
Ibol : McKcan, signer for Pennsylvania blind," said! the boy, and have been drawn c cannot attempt, continues that paper !\Ir. Horner tho route from the southwestern coast of the

On motion by Mr. Milton, a committeeof was also of Irish parentage. He was successively. hither by your sweet mu&is. Do tell me who to do even moderate justice to thecharrt"er plant 400 acres purposes of potatoes, present 400 acres season to I I Gulf of Mexico, across the Isthmus of Tehuia-

three, consisting of Messrs. Milton, lInker, Senator Governor of Pennsylvania, you are." "I am but a poor musician: ," said of McDuffie, for we had no personal hey, &c., &., and to this end !is ord Ofb:1r-1 tepee to the Pacific ocean, it completes the entire ..

aud Wardlaw, was appointed to wait upon and President of Congress. After fifty yearsof Kyle,." and am' trawlng with JClmj'Lit! l familiarity! with him, and never heard him of Bryant and Co.'s California: plough at I line of steam transportation from the nlieme

the Senate and inform that body of the readiness public lifE he died: on the 2i'.hof: June, as flutist" are! :. ( ; in a set speech. But the testimony of the 855 each, for his own use, and he has I t Northern States on the Atlantic to tk-
says ofNew
of the House to proceed to the electionof 1 8 17. Oh sir, do t-ike me to_ht'ar Jenny Lind ; I just received an importation of ten miles'' Pacific, passing directly through the city
United States Senator and other officer, *' Edward Ruiledge of South Carolina, was hcome : long way to hear her sing, b-it best judges has assigned him a place among of Iron fencing, ordered a since him Orleans. A glance at the map must
by
Iff Recording to a resolution previously l adopted also a signer, fought in the Southern campaign the price of tickets is so high that I am too the few great orators this country has pro in Liverpool, England, and year which item alone impressjhe mind wiih the importance: of this

hi l 1y the two houses. and was for three years, kept prisonerin poor to buy one. Can't you take me to hear dnced. His personal integrity and disinterestedness costs him, put down here, over SlO. OO.- i link between the Atlantic and the Golf through
"A committee from the Senate announced Florida. He became Governor of South her, sir?I" he continued, with great feeling I gave him another title almost as From these two items readers will Florida, in the great chain connecting the tw>
I readily -
that the Senate would be ready in a few minutes Carolina in 1799, and died in January, 1800. "I have heard sho i is so 1 good, so generous, that your is oceans.I .
hereto
whose lives have been perceive capital
to go into said election. Of these illustrious names, destined to live so pretty, and rings so sweetly, that I shrill rare among men passed required have observed in a late number of the

"The Senate entered the hall, and tho President forever on the New Charter Human Free. ne\er he happy uti i Ipal her." in the seething world of politics, to the carry, though on farming it is as said well that as there any other farm.en Picayune a notice of the Florid Raihva,"
terprise
ilorn. Ireland bhould! be for Mr. reference and admiration of his are \ in connection with the railroad convention to
upon invitation of the Speaker, took wisely jealous, the Kyle deeply for the! boy, and country. I ers who made from 100 to 8150.000 I their
r the chair. world's revolutions will never present suchtnnthier promised that he would lake him to hear the can hardly bo said of him that he ever sought Ian I last This looks of meet in the city of New Orleans in April neit,
.*TL 1'i'ttk1eiiL liailug nnnouneod tlio ob- : tablet of glory to the children of .lovely Swede. Accordingly took! the blind an office or an honor. He has served the I the figures.year. large, giveyou in which the editor justly remarks : On*
.1 joct of the joint meeting, nnd that the electionfor men." I boy that night, seated him in : chair behind thing we would repeal is, that as New Orleansis
State in the
.Sf-nator was now in order- the scenes. The sweet songs of the Nightingale Legislature, as member of Con- the place most interested in the success of

"Mr. Milton nominated DAVID L. YULEE llf.t !-What Pascal means by the two affected the poor lad l!< and pro- g'ess, as Governor, .as United States Senator Hon. Howell Cobb.It the enterprise, it i i. towards her citizens lathe !

for that ofiice. The firet vote resulted as follows i the infinitely great and the infinitely duced upon Ilimar./I l.l.: nut when and always with a single hearted zealand is charged by Democratic prints in company should look for principal support.

: smal: the first of which, though vastlythe Jenny sang Hwcet Home," he melted commanding: ability ; but these officeshave Georgia that this gentleman has bargained This is true, and renders it more important for
44 FOR Y rLJE: Senate-Mr. President, impressive and overwhelming, is not, into tears. ()n her, retiring, she was attracted himself of with his old political the people of New Orleans that they should
Messrs. Brown of Columbia, Brown of Hills- perhaps, this most wonderful. To compre- by the sound of the boy's sobbing*, all been accepted by him as duties, and friends, and assoctol has agreed to be the candidate possess all the lights and facts that can be obtained -

boro'ngh, Forward, Johnson, Maxwell, MoscIv hend the infinitely small is as difficult, it may and inquired' who h( was. Mr. Kyle then not as the prizes of ambition. The people for Governor of the in regard to the proper route. But I fear,
Perry and rlJlor-9. House-Mr. Speaker be, a to comprehend the infinitely great, for told her the history of the lad in r. few have always sought him, and not he the peo. Constitutional 1 from the notico which the editor took of mj
\WH'lt
Messrs. Anderson, Bennett, Bradley, Hum- to combrchcnd either is imposiLle.Vu which much interested her; and Or pl( And.the perfect disinterestedness of his Union Party ,,the new name assumed by the veto, that this subject' is not correctly under

ham, Dilworth, Finlayson, Hawes, James S. have read oftliedivisibilityofinatterthe doctrine him the next day, the poor huo Jones, J no. W. Jones, KenanKilcreaseLott, of atoms, the doctrine of monads, and of erous songstress one richer to steal into power. I. granting a charter of incorporation to a company I
the ultimate fibre of matter, but this we arc than he reached! has been appreciated by the people the work"which
Mngbee, Milton, Smith, Standley, Stetle, Whl tl.o city. The reward for this the. which proposed to execute
J1a\br and \'nrdlaw-20.. '1'ota19., inclined to believe is not much better than I of South Carolina during his whole career.- exploit, says vetoed ; but a bill to amend the charter .
.. .
-- theoretical for we much question wbeth- Fugitive Law in Rhode Island. A He I Augst Constitutionalist, "is that Mr. Cobb of the Atlantic Railroad Company
N hiLAK : Senate-.Messrs. Austin, \very, jargon !special was heartily and wholy trusted by them. and Gulf
Baldwin, Ruddington, Crawford, Fiuley, MeMillan i er the last indivisible atom ot matter is any committee have had charge of this subject in None were ever found to question his motives run as Vice President on the ticket with ," which was defunct, and which could
Smith and Stewart-9. House more to be discovered than that the immensity the Rhode Island Legislature and have reported '. Millard Fillmore. The Presidential ticket of not be revived, without a violation cf the constitution
Messrs. Allen, linker, Rattle, Brett, Drown of space and of time is to be subjected to that there is not time to consider: it at ,the or to raise a doubt of his sincerity and the Constitutional Union is to bo Millard of this State. The darter: also granted
any circumscription. present session in Congress They, however, single-minded honesty. Peace to his ashes, Party which were l 10'.
Hop. extraordinary
: rll, Brown, Bryant, Ferguson, Gtiger, :Fillmore for President Howell Cobb monopolies,
kins Langford, Long, Mathers, Maxwell, Mc- recommend the passage of the following act. and unfading honor to his memory !I" bidden by the con titution. fly objections'
A Cold.Do know what it i is
Shine Turner nnd )ou says hAn act in relation to persons this Vice President Mr. Fillmore and Mr. Cobbare therefore constitutional
Call, Hummer, Scott, Lamb *' succumb under caimed were entirely upon
to insurmountable
n'jlkillson-20. Total 29. State as fugitives from service ."" It By a law of Massachusetts, officer of believed to have shaken hands on this grounds. But the charter has other objectjl1D1The
day mare! nn indisposition to do anything, or shall be the duty of the any .i U'1'
"The President announced that there was AttorBfjr General, hers who assist in bargain. Who would have believed it tweh.omonths terminus cube road on the Gulf
be total deadness
to anything and dis. whenever he is informed that inhnbitani may recapturing a fugitive Ke/
restricted East Florida and Cedar
? Yet there to
,
no election. taste-a suspension of vitality-and indifference of this State is arrested or claimed any as a fugitive i slave i i' liable to fine and imprisonment, and well informed ago persons who now are believe thousands it." of the contemplated point ; where the coast a

Cost of VJiig RuIc.-The Secretary of the to locality-ossification a numb, soporifical all good-for from service or labor, diligently and faithfully there is an express prohibition against using We would sooner believe that Cobb ex- low and flat, and subject in heavy gales (W
nothingness over-an oys at the cxpence of the Stale, to use all lawful of her jails to secure be inundation for several miles with no aare
when to second
Treasury estimate the receipts for the present : ter-like) indifference to passing e"enla-a any a fugitive, t. pct placed on a ticket with a ;
fiscal year $45,000,000, and the expenses at I mind brawny defiance to the means to protect, defend, and procure to ken. This law has been in force several Democrat-Cass for instance and secure harbor ; without depth of wa'er' .
stupor-a nee- be
legally discharged, every such person so .ca. nominated for steamers, and difficult of entrance.
850,000.000. We see it elated that i The of that by another Baltimore Convene large
about dies oftt trusting in conscience-with a total ire arrested or claimed." legislature State is now session of thIS
tion. And from the low coast and position
the estimate for the army soldier now in in service lime,of against pence resolution to submit to water.gruel processes?" Friday was set apart for the consideration and has been for some time; but no step Keys, is liable in heavy weather to defogs **
8600
i u equal to per of this bill.Value has been taken towards repealing this law. A prospectus has issued in which would render entranco un.
an
Jets than four hundred during the Mexican To injure a man's sight, says the Albany ben Germany
How the government manage to spend i Dutchman, there i is nothing worse than sudden ofAdvertising.- is aid'tbat It will ,not bo repealed. What is this, but for the establishment a line of steamer between.Rotterdam practicable for many days. It is also the t t03far
tvar 500 nullification of the boldest and the United Stites. south and east from St. Mary' for
than $10,000,000 a year now, is a marvel wealth. Let a wood.sawyerdraw a ten guineas have been offered fur (he character I If South Or ,
more to us, when uo democratic administration, I thousand dollar prize, and in lets than a.. advertising on the last page of the privilege catalogue of Carolina had been-guilty of such a*course of The proposed capital is fixed at 1,200,0 most direct and expeditious route to New$Jd,

of ever reached 3.jOOOOOOfor month he will not be able to recognize even oldie Exhibition of action, we should never hear the last of it. gider dh'ide 12 shares. leans. Whereas the Florida, Atlantic
in lime peace great Industry of all .N'ationiV the baa no restriclioni -
Ii North Carolina Rotterdara-Ameriean Gulf Central Railroad" charter
expenditures.' the man that "uicd to go security for him. Standard. -
ter.be *
ordinary Steam othe
Naugatjpn C mr:1ny. in regard lo the location


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the mnsl suitable point Southern Eights ABsociation. J I Stock of Cotton. Corn .Oats and .Notice. .
1,0 Hay. .
anrj
Coach-raaking Black-smithing
At of the Southern Rights Association Comparative Statement cf the Receipts of Cotton at ,
; St. MarIi. St. .An- a meeting StLS
aLI at
; c, the Port, at tie latest dates. 5 00 heavy e Cons, creditors, legatees and person? entitled to dis- Horse-shoeing.
District held
C Bays on the Gulf side, of the Ceatreville at the 1S51. ALL
1SfO. out uf the estate of Reuben B. Hick.,
t Ib e atid most coumd ious Centreville School House, March 5th, thcfol- Ncxr Orleans,. .March II. .785,573. .633,583 5)&esHt'd -ased, late rf Bnryjwsck Cotarty, Virginia arc & 1L subscribers respectfullyannounce c
Mcbile . Now landing from Bnjj Urarras, and for nlo InrilcXAUGHT Q ?,5:4P- totho public that 4C
**ick Tibe fi lfand of easy entrance, and 7 .357,772. 279.940 hereby tiotniod that their claims and derraoJs will! be c ;r -tJ'thv
!lowing resolution was adopted : Texas-. . 1. 4 ORiiOND. hare eatered into cnartP
17.582. .
class of ships 17,288 barred at th<3 exraraticn cf two years fretn tie date
ihc
bf? f admitting largest Resolved, That the pajjers in Tallahassee Florida-. . 3. 119,556 159,948 Newport, March 22, 1851.; 11 hereof unlebs the same be exhibited to the eulcriber wr.Lip for die purpose cf carrying sn the above bu-
V.lirect line from St. Marys to New'l SavannaV. si ness ia all their T&r'oaa branches, pledging tiwnetlvcs -
11..234,627..258,600 within that time anSI all having ttemnmURijamst
Vtvinff the advantage in time l>e requested to publish the Preamble, Constitulion Charleston,. 13. .2S,63O. .277,766 Flour, &c. the said estate; ,are persons also notified to any present them to endeavor to give natkfkction to aU who taej

Or1Cnn' li'r and names of lho members of the X. dirolina,. J. 9,701. 6,848 I BARRELS best family Ron; for settlement, without delar.BUKWELLB.WILKE3. entrust them with their work.

)If i'* l!ve'm detain you no lonpor. Let ihe Association. Yirgcua,. ,. 1. : 13,161 . 7,350 _I. J / 3 ca.ks. pj., THOS n IL :BEP.HT.HAYES.
SO barrels
jLI Potatoes, E uscutor of Last Will and Teotament.Gadsden .
p 'la 1sted by experienced engineers Judge Broome being present, addressed the 1,774,602 1,625,232 5 firkin* Ust Goshen Butter. County, March 1, 1S51. 8 Sw N. B.-Mr. Eaves is the jjentleman who ha be k '
selected, latins for the last xaontLs the of MCMT&
most favorable route ? 1,625,222 Landing from Brig Uranus, and for sale bvHcXAUGHT t'ght in erar loy
consideration. Ne Association in an able and sp'iitcd manner, Miller *t Brokaw and is well knoxrn as thc best Hooosliocr ,
$into 4 ORSIOD.ewpertMah22 An Ordinance.
'nviw capitalists to ensntIDC at the conclusion of whose remarks, it was Increase In Rwripta, 149,370 1S51. 11 i in the County.nnd otherwise an ezcellant Smith.No .
:; raJ: :ind we To raise a Revenue for the City of TaiIaMt- extra charge for interfering Shoes. The pric fcrSaocj
\ye believe; the central road isPf unanimously resolved that he be requested to Expert to Portion Portt. Pork. the Fiscal Year ihe is 3;| cents a piece. Our shop is Eat oTMessrs.
see for commencing on
'" which: will be Delected when tficfcrJP To the latest dates,. .. . .1850-51. .97UC3 Mllltr i Brotaw'a Stables.Mnrrh .
<: and all the advantages furnish a copy of thc same for publication. 1S13-50 753,210 5)) BARRELS Mess Pork,landing from Brig Ura- first day of April, in the year one thousand 1. Jf"51.: R 4t

: is examined W.M."lI. BRADFORD, Secretary.PSEAMBLE. t nua, and fur sale bvMc'XAUGHT eight hundred andjifty-one.

>sloadt Increase in Exports,. .. <. .. .. .. .214,953 A ORMOXD. Just Received,
rcpetfJy!! Newport, March 22, 1S51. 11
very
j am,
Stock on hand at tfie Ports. 4 SIALL lot of genuine CUBA TOBACCO
rooft obedient!, fccM OECTION 1. BE IT ORDAIJTKD BY T in IJ TEWO -
your THOS. BROWN.r.jj To the latest datcv-. .. .. . 1850-51. .679.70 Saddles, &c. PAST Asa COUNCIL or THE Cmr cr TALLAHASSEE. SiD, for sale at E. BARNARD'S Drug aadile5cin

WHEREAS, The non-slaveholding States of M M -.d .. .. .1S19-50 621,656 TUST received That the first section ol the Revenue Aciof Store sign of the Mortar.
a good avortrcent c.f S-iddles, Bri-
Lo11Estl' ib f the last be. and the i id continued m lu.I March 1,1851. 8 tf
:
A. this dies, Martingales i year same :
_______ Co'ifederr.cy arc organized in opposition Girths SurHu le? Carpet

Whips
/ Increase in stock,. .. .. .. .. . 58.063 I3ai, Sad.ll-j B-i I force as |>ait of this Ordinance. -
,; '*' SV'2P'Id Ceorqian. to the exlcn&ion of the institution of btrmj Leather Coach!>, Trunks. Valisrs, ILmic and SECTION 2 .Be eiturtu-r OrdainrJ, That there Pork, Eacon, Molasses, and Coffee.

Arrival of ths Asia. slavery into the Tcnitoiics of thc United OBITUARY. Lace, Rubin Cloth, Buggy shall be levied ai>d collected the loilunin Taxes FRESH supply received per Tall&Lasaee, an1
llamas. P.uqgy Spring, Plow H. Horse and
tVtN hATS LA1T.11 FROM EUROPRNnw States, thereby appropriating to themselves Died in Jefferson Cunfr.Florida, vn 20th February, Mule Collars. For sale low bv niess, lor the fiscal year commencing on the first tljv ol i for sale b/

14. tl.e settlement of which is the March 22, 1851. April, ISol : icNAUGHT A ORilONDNevport .
VOKK, March country common WILLIAM BLACKBURN' 11 HEIR 70
aged all Merchants
yem 1st-! -Upon Tending goods wares March 1. If51. 8
"rlivcd this morning, 1inging property of all, and which should! be The deceased had Ijci-n spending a few weeki" with and merchandize; a tax of thirty-fit cuts on even

'11w V-b ftfadvict". to :?vlarcli hi.. open to MttlcincZit by all : AM> WHEREAS,' his i sons, K. E. and G. W. Blackburn. He left E E.Blackburn's Bagging and B op C. hunilitti dollars in value c-l the Block in trade on State Agricultural Warehouse.E .

up etandikCn Iitd The recent action of Congress by which 9 AJ BALES Gunnr Cloth the first da) of April best, as near ?.s the same cane lIE Rubf-crlbcrs would respectfully invite the ai-
:
rket, a llrni on the 20th, about 11 o'clock, A. M. raid ,* > ICO coiU! snirJl Jlt.ini-> flrtp. b ascertained.
the tention of Farmers and Planners their
to lanra
California admitted State has
was as a
n ,
rc-iin i a further (1eCIifle-hIJCrS vralkc-d' over to G. V,'.Blackburn's, (some three-f>)urrh.sof Landutg from Brig Ursmw. an-? for talc by 2c!-Upon ell venders of goods, wares and merchandize and varied asscrtraent of Agricultural and Horticultural

,' n : L3 {,t cLs for aa advance in given to the North a controlling majority a mile distant,) where he ate a htarty dinner and MrNAUGHT & OIUIOXD. (other than itinerant Iradeis.) who shall Implementsrhich will be formd on euunbationto

; advance oft in bota branches of the National Legislature Xt-wport, March 22, Ifcil. 11 coinn.cnce buiri'i after the first day oi April ru-xt, to us lara and well selected similar esUblUhment
U.&vefk ended with cu quar- remained till near tunt, vhen he loft to return to an any -
I : AM> Their determination a tax of thirty-five cents on every hundred dollars l
the United
wnnur.AS in States. which b
f\ on go $d ordinary to middling ultimately to destroy the institution of I::. E. ELckburu'a. He did not return, arid wr.s believeJ Coffee, Sugar, Soap &c. in value of their stock in trade, to be estimated and fo und the following viz: Among nay .t

: .Agirica;. and 'of m c Shth on oilier l F. II Blackburn assessed ir. all cases at any time alter (he commencement
in the States is by nnd family to bo still afG. 1 0 SACKS COFFEE. PLOWS.-Pronty 4 leafs celebrated and hignlrapproveJ '
slrnery l"njed no longer
: I such famines Provided Such
ol tax shall! be
W. LlackburnX He was found of the .L *) 10 barrels Stosrt's vellow Sugar, Center Draught (vrl.ich took the first premium
by one
"' ronfidcncc concealed : AND WHEREAS A recent law 5 a,se sed beore! the expiration of lh& next fiscal }car.3J .
"f xvith firmnrfesr.ua : P-bt Bread, at the late State Fair). Minor it Uorton's (which
cl"Ci
?
majubors, flead, on the road Mde next I Ics Auction Sales
of Congress, made in of a plain nwning. 5 -Upon .all one half per cenl.
:5ovvir.prawfr U Uid.7| ; Mobiles, pursuance Chi'ctr, took the second premium at the same fair) Eagle, and
t K Sale: |of tncucck 09,000 provision of the Constitntbn for thc recovery i believed to have died with an npjioplotic fit, to 70 bnxc-, family S Jlh alt and
: ( of fngitivss from labor, can only be executed vrhich he hud becu e-hjeet f"r >ome je.irs p.ist. Tim 24 superior Tobacco. Ac., .vc. I ota, a-lax Upon of thirlj-fivc improved cents on unimproved hundred town dollars die latest style and finish. j

--- (it at all,) by force of arms, thus deceased was a native of Hlgr-ficld S. C. He had Landing from Brig Ur::.nu-, *nd for c.ilc brJIcJfAUGUT t value thereof. every HORSE POWERS.-Emery t O\ premium Ra l
4 ORilOXD. Road Hcr Powers and Threshers Wheelers
The Cottoaii Crvp.A changing the character of oar Government many connexions and friends in the Southern and Newport, Jhrch 22, 1S51. 11 Clh t -Upon ever}' rracl'cin? P-Jsician, Dentist,
Cnir.erci&rwtiFPT from South Western St..te and few or Attorney and Counsellor at Law, one per cent on
iae ApalacliicolabUtv's a Government of laws to a Government as cictoivs aa civman. SHELLERS.-Several new styles, rerentlr
every hundred dollars of annual income.
that the average producnoffouan of force: AND WHEHEAS, The only E.C Bacon, Lard, &c. 6th-Upon all free colored males, between the made, together with all the old and most popular

last thirteen has hope of resisting successfully the encroachments 7 Columl (Ga.) Sentinel, nn-1 EJg-CclJ! (S. C.) L CASKS Bacon Sides, ages of twenty-one and fifty years, a lax ot ten dollars. !- k inds.
ears
tlie STRAW
for } of the North on vur Constitutional paper, will please oipy. I 2 Shoulders! I CL'TTEF.S.-Wm. Hovey patest CyIbdrical -
balcft for the last ten % cars 10 barrels Met* Fork, 71 h-Upon all free colored female, between thf Straw Cutters (the most approved n the market
,, 2,033,501: I'zzhts is to be found in prompt and cfii- Died on Monday thi 17ta and the where
night, iivtant, rflcrnn 25 u Flour ages of tvveuty-one and fif y 3 ears, a tax of five d 1lars. 1- only one thc knives are adjustable .
..19433 hales, and for tha labt five years dent organization at the South-Therefore illness of nearly nine -weeks. Miss ELIZABETH IIY 2 barrel and 10 k? Leaf Lord, l o n the cy lender V. C. Hovey
5210000. The prcpcntcjop will probably MAN, eldest daujjliitr of Francis Ilrmau, in the 20th 15 Whikv. ,lh-Upon all vvli'le male inhabitants, between Com Stalks, Ac., of every size for cutting Hay, Straw, and

Jut received per ScLr. Bam.irL. end for rale br Ihe t ages oi twenty-one and sixty years, a poll U.x' of
;. up as high} as 2.250,030 bales. Tho ave Rcsaltctl, That we will organize a SOUTH- year of her ago. McNAUGHT i ORMOND. one dollar.9th Com and Cob Cruphcrs of different varieties both,

bales has been sax RIGHTS ASSOCIATION under the following Died at hi March all slaves of for han 1 and horse power, warranted cquj to ia
weight of American asiuined fudJenly rcFiJcnce IT C.id--den County, Newport, 22. 1*>51. 11 -Upon a fax sevenfy-five cents : any
Constitution, and wo call upon the people of! thc Sth Pruciiled, The City Council may exempt from taxation the market.
i iT b-tfWlLLIAH
Ihs. but tho bales of the on t3. JOIIX.SOX, in the
be 407 Fanning Mills! Cultivator,
Ilarrorrs. TLcracmctcr
to
every County in thc State to lay aside their In Gadsden Circuit Court. any slave laboring under mental or bodily at-
.. season he taiuUs will fall at least SO J Jjnds associations and for the 52nd year of hi-- age. A wife and six children mourn ftirlion or iufiruity, on application cl the owner of and Barrel CTiums. Rakes, Hoes, Forks, tc. Ac
eit: party orgaiiizo pro- Lis loc anl many fi<'.nls nnl nU7)lv) arc-left to SPRING TERM, 1S51. such slave, or LU agent. They will at all times have on band a full assortment

below tlie ibual average. If this be'u 'i tection of Southern Rights and Southern Institutions. sorrow for the !lo uf him vrho was a kind Father nn 1 1urlulgent G. *,ii. V Vi i.jann.*>T \(j Attachment lUlh-Upon all pleasure Carriages, Barouche of Fislcl and Garden Seeds, of the latest growth

ue actual deficiency iacljht will i iniiU-r, nnh 1 one wh i e heart teemed with ?500. Buggies, Tilbarjs; Stanhope, Chairs, Sulkeys and and best q-i-ilhias. Guano, Rraedust. Piaster, and all
caw all the cliristuu virtues-he wa.s a g'd man. The Charles A/E-erton. J .tsu1n1)at S tage Coaches a lax tf thirty-five cents on every other fertlirers, constantly c n hand, and for sale in

qasl to 137,333 bales la oilier words, CONSTITUTION. decea cd came to tlii<* County in I2S, from Emmuel r piir( tefondurt! and! all other interested in the hundred dollars value theieuf.llth quantities to suit purchasers at the lowest rates.

will 't' nominally 2'2.0,000 bales, ARTICLE 1.-The name of thc Association County, Ga. lie was a inenibt-r of no Church 1 al"ws suitriU take notice of th commencement -Upone ( ry Slave publicly exhibited for sale BARR A ATTERBURT.

vcnp. t2.OW.Ce5 bales. This if i; shall bo the Southern Rights Association of earth, tlioujrh we hope a mcmU r of tInt Orcat onth ereof, and plcadt9! the same according to law. within the mccrpo.aUd liautts; cf this citya tax of No. 25 CM fit, New Ytrfc.
.tBctnally: wily and four dollars. March 1, 1851. 8 Ct
I on higli, we are warramcd in tU hope by his A. K. ALLISON,
i-cct, will doubtless make a mateiial difi.tBW Ct-ntrcuile District Its objects shall be to career on earth vrhich has'always been signalized by March 22. 1851. 11 Attorney for Plainrii SEC. 3. Be it further Ordained, That there

e } the reidneI aid in securing conceit of action among the doing: unto other!: as !I'; woulJ that other ehould do shall be levied and collected the following License The Working Farmer,

in the range of prices or people of this and other Southern States, for unto 1 Jm. Peace to his ahes. U, taxes : 1 A MO>TIILY publication devoted to the inte-wt

the Notice. 1st--Upon all retailers spirituous or vinous liquors L A. pf Agriculture, Horticulture. Ai od-
of
the sO protection Southern interests, and the Sentinel IIete cepv. Gardening, 4
\indication: of Southern Rights-to -_- ------- -- --a-aar SIX Tnonthiifler 3ate: I sihaM apply t to the Judge, in quantities lew than one quart, a tax of six ited by Profsstor Mape puML-hed by A. Lon ctt, Et

Sim damage titdarrd Legal.A few preserve Probate of Mv1i .1) CS" As much interest ha-
been
and excited ic this
and attendants of protect the Constitution in its purity as Irorn the administration of the Restate cfDanitl 2d-Upon all Billiard Tables and Bowling Alleys, New York. Price Si vcar.
;,iajo; the inem : rs I the basis of the Federal compact, and the only community in tile religious scnicfs of this week iu the Flinn, d-crawd. of Ten-pin Alleys technical!} aa called,used for hire, March 1, 1S51. 8 Ct

!Ji'i.' .Mr. BainlirH-e'h Mf.L.d'*t Church, in I IIietn. foundation on which the Union of the States Mi'thff&t K Church, ani ia obedience to the earnest SAMUEL %WILLIAM, Adra'r. a tax of fitly dollars.3d .

New York assembled in the basenifnt March 22, IS.'il. 11 Cm -Upon every dray or cait, used for hire, a tax Sale on Monday, llh April 1851.
of of the ,
was> made, or on which that Union should be request many friends of Sion the services of eight dollars.
of
tie occasion donation
thereof a
,relief upon and benefit of their PaHcr.l preserved. will be continued daring thc next week. Mettrcgi State of Florida. 4tb-Upon every two or four horse wagon used for Sheriff'o Sale. -

(iiriytorthe ARTICLE II. friend will be held at 11 o'clock in the morniug. and at 7 in hire, a tax of ten dollirs.5th Yvirtneofa writ of
\l informed that the evening's festivities -Every of the South MIDDLE CIRCUIT-LEOX COUNTY.IN hack B Fieri Facias, issued from
fire -Upon or public carriage used forhire
who is the evening, of each day.S. every the Clerk's Office of the Circuit Court for tho
to in
nw ct'isd will (be ceremonies of"marriages prepared co-operate carrying out CHANCERY. a tax of eight dollars, except hacks and carriages County of Leon,Middle Circuit of Florida wherein

in .ua. The were perf. r.ved by one ofihr thc objects of the first Article, hall be con P. RICHARDSON, Pester.C3T1 Archibald Dili and Ann Euie.the wife of wid Arch. belonging to public livery stables. the Union Bank of Florida is Plaintiff and, Richard

timed Justin Todd who joined .Mr.Wm. sidered a member of this Association uj o ibald, and J.Jim A., Daniel G.Silas P., Llizabrth, tith-Upon every public Livery Stable, a tax offorty :K. Call U Defendant I have levied upon, and will

pT I s'gning these Articles. Notice.-The Southern flights Ass Jane Mr.
riymm and Miss Kellogg, children of said Archibald 7th Upon Hawker and Pedlar vending'goods,,
and Ann Cuie every
of Roach's Road and Natural Bridge,will hold their city ot Talhha'see, on the first Monday in April
linht. Cfordand Miss Emma Jones, in the ARTICLE III.-Any member may withdrawby vs. wares and merchandize, a tax of one hundred dollars. next, within legal hours, the following tract of land

holy bondi of Matrimoay by request. Itieiri signifying his desire to do so, in writing, next meeting oil the last Monday of the present nvmth Council B. Allen and his wife Susannah Allen and I J or so much thereof will satisfy the debt due, to

tit the parties were only in fun, but addressed to the President of the Association. being the 31st ulL Members are requested to attend their children, Finetta Sheffield and her husband Sth-Upon every person who shall for profit wilhin wit:
as business of will Bryan ShefFeld, William H. Allen Joseph Allen, the corporate lunitt of this city, discount, buy or
importance be submitted, and bevcral A tract containing 200 acres, more or less, lyinx. -
that Todd .
Mr.!
tm it wai innounced was a Jetleison F. sell drafts bills of drawn
S addresses Allen, Laura C. Allen, Susannah Al < Jus'jce fthe Peace at Morrisiana, and hav.rg ARTICLE IV.-Tlie Officers of this Association may be expected. len, John (X Alleti, ad Thirra Ann Allen, aud beyond the limits of Ibi* Slateeither with his' North, better known as the former residence on of defendant .
the ceremonies in March 22, ibM. C. P. CIIAIRES, Secretary. Daniel McRaeny.JT iwn funds, means or credit,or as agent lor any Bank
< performed bymenial shall be a President, five Vice Presidents f fr now occupied aid in possession of M. A.
pod faith, and with all the appropriate solera appearing to the satisfaction cf the Court, by, o> individual, there shall be assessed and collected Long, Esq.,which has a fine three story brick dwell : ,
a Recording Secretary five Corresponding affidavit made in this tax of one cent hundred dollars in a-
To the Citizens of Loon case, that Finetta Sheffield I a upon every i ing and ether necessary oat houses situated threon.
ma's,he declared the marriage legal, and left Secretaries, and a Treasure" be Cotanty. a nd her husband Drvan Sheffield, dj not reside in mount eschangs so bought, and every hundred Levied as the ot said defendant.

tic unhppy: couple t to ponder over the reultcteiroIih chosen annually at the Anniversary of the Association the:office; I respectfully of Judge of announce Probate ftir mysdf a candidate for this State, but in the Slate of Georgia, so that proems d lollaisin amount so sold, tor and during the tear to be sold upon satisfy said property writ of Fieri Facias, for tb.
the County of Leon the date which the
amusement. The brides and which Officers shall constitute at the election in October uf fubpccna cannot be *red upon them : next preceding at assessment use of Charles Morrison.
an next shall be made.tthUpon .
{roomsall demur to the decision of the Jus- Executive Committee. March ii;, 1651. JESSE ATKINSON.' It is thetefore Ordered, That said defendant'sFinetta o such tax all of Insurance Companies A. AFISHER.. She.iff.Februarv
ShcCield and Eryan SheCifid, and agencies ,
22
appear isri. 7 2t
indare about taking steps to procure diTittr ARTICLE V.-We pledge ourselves to each t answer the Bill of Complainant's filed in this canoe and upon every agent or partner within Ibis 4

The Sunday Times says ih*'y are aei : other, that while we remain members of this Spring and Summer Goods. within four months from the first pablicalionof this City, of a Factor, Commission House or Commission Groceries, &c. i
: 'raaried as unmistakeable law bind Order, cr :aid bill will be taken fur coafts id agdinsthern. Merchant, located or residing beyond the limits of
can I : received full "
JUST a assortment of and ? ;ST received
Association, we will not vote for any man, for Sprit g urn t t his State, shall be assessed and pay every year,a lax 3-i per Tallahassee from 2faOrlaaa t '
u Jiner Goods, con ietin< of
'
> barrels
an office of either honor or profit, who is not L Printed Jaconets, Printed j Cambrics Lawn J. WAYLF.S BAKER, Judge L.t. C if two per cent upon the gross amount ct ail commissions 60 da superfine Floor,
10 i extra do.
tr.; ,C&s AM) rnc UMON IYj.yry.-- known to be thc open and zealous advocate Mu-lins, Bareges, Lacip, Lacs Cps, Collars and O A ciR Ire A.? copy Mrrr.s-Attest, Cleric.!, ceding the received date of,such for arid assessment during the, by year such next agent pre or 6000 pound Ribbed Sides,
of Southern CalK
V .i it Rights. or by the said Factor, Commission House, 2000 Canvassed Kam\
iohapjipns; ( avs the St Louis Times) Mirch22,1S5I.! 11 4m partner
ALSO a :Jsraall aswtment of Bonnet, Flowers, Commissioli 1 hogshead Brown Sugar
ARTICLE VI.-We pledge ourselves that t or Merchant through the agency of such
'
'tia' Gen. ,
Cabs Ruches. tc.
positively n-fuved lo have any agent or partner. 10 kegs Leaf Lard,
while we remain members this Association, ALSO, Bleachcdjind Brown and State of Florida. bbL '-
1
party, we will in all cases give the* preference, in our: from ti 10-i wide, Cottonadcs, Cnrolin.i LEON CIRCUIT COURT-IN CHANCERY. t en dolLus: And allietailers spirituous or vinous l'LardOiL

mg mat Democra'ie party alwayo had beet Itrd purchases, to article] Southern Manufacture Stripes, d.&, Lc.. \7iltiamV.. Chctv l i-juors as aforesaid, all keepers of billiard tables, or Also, 1 barrel White Prepared Homirrr,

awy wou'd l) '. tle true Pdon party.Lixn. ;-and that we will patronize no Merchant To which the subscriber calLs thc attention of thc Cs.Ellen bawling or ten-pin alleys, all keepers of eveiy tlr.y 4 unbolted Rye Flour.

who purchased goods from house know public, and requests them to call! and examine before A. Erockenbrftuzh, vtijow and administratrix or cart,or two or four horse wagon, or hack or pub BERRY A ROWLES, Auction***, Aa.
3ET any buving. GEO. H. MEGINNHS. of William II. l ic carriage, used for hire as aforesaid-all keepers February 22, 1851. 7 tf
gn
en concerto were Brnckeabroivh. deceased, Lncj
given ing any partner or partners in such house lobe !.iarchk22IS5t. 11Furiiiture. 2 Brockenbroinrh of livery stablts, hawkers and pedlars agents of -
t} Jenny Lind in New Orleans the tickets attached to the Abolition! known Aithtir S. Crockcnbrouih, Thos.V. and all ol Superior Liquors.
party, or \ lru! keirbroii.h, Coerce L. Broctcenbrcngh,, Banks or Insurance Companies, venders

i -f which were at a piemiurn of from three t to r to sympathize with them ia their efforts to Genrge 5HaWfciVs and Mary R. Hawkins, hi-i lottery tickets,shall, under penalty double th* tax, I PIPE superior HOLLAND GIN,

destroy our institutions. 1 SMALL sortnwnt of cheap furnitoe, just re- wife, Thomas Vf. llrockeiibrtHjch arid John \V.Brockpabri'iigh : ncaseof failurebefore their several avocations.,cat. I J Pinct Castillion Brandy, '
5r'y' d.IlLTL: Th-ywen- fixed from l to$5nth. : .-Li. ceivcd : business as aforesaid be pursued, and "
by the -Charlotte V.yna-*. s infant children of John W. Rrockenbroujb lings or may 4 Madeira Wine, extra quality

The whole) amounted to from 6 140W ,- ARTICLE VII.-This Society will hold its GiO.n.iIEGINXISl deceased. Lacy B .Maxwell, ElizabethV. [ upon the payment of the taxes levied as aforesaid, j pure Port Wine,
March 22, 185!. 11 Simeon obtan a License st to do from the Ir.tendant, to be 1 bbL Irish
< lo 81C0009. reguiarm'ctingsonthefirstVed' e day in each Mixwell, Maxwell, Margaret Cham- Wtisiey, a cry i>nperior article
Mr. Karnum is said the Treasurer and such License
toUvf month and such other pun Sims, widow and admini t'-atrx of \Viliinn countersigned by la store, and for sale low by '
meetings as the Exec Per Wm. R. Pettec.N \V Sims ecrascd! Martha hall not be issued for a shorter period than one
Mason
i'efliflprvate charities oier $<, 000' utive Comnitt call. Sims, and Far- GEO. H.Felruarj15,1551. BESTWICKL
in New may addition the i ish fear.11th 6
to "
Orltant. receipts per -Tallahassee, weL Carter.'a -On all Snows other than Circuses or Eques-

ARTICLE VIIL The Association shall have jast received from N. Orleans, T (nan Exhibitions, a tax of five dollars, and on all I "
appoint t. I 0 Cask's Side Bacon I n"iMivit made in this catue, that defendants- Bank of the State of Florida."
._ cfthe Oircusps or Equestrian exhibitions, a tax cf ten dot.Lrs -
-Forty WLigiffP'ctifyhacia delegates to other Southern Rights' Associations 10 do Shoulder thurS Brockenbron;hThomas W Brock<>r.br'oj'n, HE
?, shall be Levied and collected for each exhibition, undcirigned biTing accepted the appoat.
twmr) Lrislaure{ have Convention, or Mass Meetings 20 b' 1* Mess Pork, Tlioma* Vf. Brockenbrongh and John W. liruckensrough a license to authorize which must first be obtained JL men* ofCorami 5oncrs under the 4th section cf- '

ITip r, rfpjpcfully, fcupgf'tinpr lo the in this or other Southern States, whenever 120 do feuperSue and extra flo.n', deceased, infant, and Farish children Carter 61 t John, reside W. Brnckenbrongh out of the Slate, Tom the Intendantand countersigned by theTreas- the act of the General Assembly of the State entitled

friendi.ofGea. the Executive Committee shall deem it 2U Ltlf Lbl.s.: St. Louu do urerundera penalty of double (he tax herein assess fc An act incorporate a Bank in the City of Tails-
Sw expedient of F1oridabyond jurisdiction of !his Court, but I
; throughout that Slate 5 bbls. Leaf Lard "
lo basset 24tb
ed. approved January. 1851,to receive pubwrriptions -
lor its interest or purposes, or when the in the Unitfd State ; and that defend.n, Lucj,
consult tojelf upcn fue and 20 Keg* do. Rrockpr.bronzh. G. 12fh-Upcn all itinerant traders -who shall offer! to the Cariiyil Stock of the "State Bank of
ciperJier.cy S. Hawkins and It.
'
Association oiee Mary
at any meeting shall so direct 10 bbl Jlolassc. : roercliindize for sale in this Florida," hereby give notice that in writing
ITopric wife ; goods, wares or city, subscriptions
his
& ofprnenfing Hawkins, Margaret Chat i >lin iino, nijow
hU name for the next 10 Sacks Coffee, ; and collected of for thc Stock of said
ARTICLE IX. There shall be of William here shall bo levied a tax one hun constituting Capital Bank
a Committee anti ddiniuisliatrix Vf. Sims, deceased L
residency.. fcOO bahcl Corn license fell shall will be received them at the office of
Sims : dred d"lUr : and a so to first be by Henry L.
of and Martha Mason reside ocyond I lie jurisdiction
Safety and Vigilance, consisting of twenty- 50'jO' Bran for Cowa. thc first of March
jxjund-i Court but ia thc Western Circuit obtained from the Intendant as aforesaid, under a Rutgers, on diy next. The Bald -
this the
Dfh'',WLeljs(>!r" m the only man to b? five members to be appointed by the President I. For sale low for casli.BERRY state of of Florida : ol erally, in case of failure so to da, of a double tax tbe 0 subscriptions to be accompanied with twenty per cent

I"1:!, (>r i"the Ikiorv of ancient or whose duty it shall be to detect, report 4 t ROWLES. Auctioneer Ac // is l\Ttfort Ordered, That said JcfendanN ic,- imposed. of the respective amounts in pod! or iilver. Tb
uLt.-n thne Marcii22,181. 11 Stc. 4. Be furtfier Ordained, That Dauerreotypist books of subscription to be kept for the cf
and all every open
"hose I31L LCP.'l prosecute persons attempting to corrupt siding in the \VoliTn Cirruit of tlseState! : of Florida, apart
j'atrittistn"
L' the Bill belore pursuing such occupation in sixty days, and if at that time more than the who!,
of
ouree slaves and amwcr Complaint filed I in
roL .jlmmn"e ;Pecuniary personal our -to disseminate Abolition 0 Eress Goods.JUST this appear *-: within..wo ponths, and the defendant this: city,and every non-resiJent Dentist,before pur anunint of the stock i is f ond to be subscribed tha n-
asadeiwubanUhed his produce insubordination otherw ise impair eau his profession within the limits of this city, tire stock will Le divided the rcbacribcr -*,
by cuun- rect h-e I per 1ark C Wn1flR. phr:1 a-id t "dinp beyond the lirriifsi of the State of Florida suing axoong to>
1Thti: "* tic the peaceable enjoyment of domestic institutions. ; ; shall pay a tax of ten dollars, and obtain a license proportion to their subscriptions. *" t -
our Pa (
w're tired of hearing ce r ,audie', bdi 'I zssuc pnte1 JaNn t within f-wr m"ntllfronv4he dit of the publication 4
L1 aIe:! 'J u d and SwLs Mushn Plaid ihcsutJ Irons the Intendant ; and upon failure or refusal so JAMES KIRKSEY.JNO.W.AROYLE. ..
aidd in anti eilc. C'rded ani Cliniabra of this Onirr or liili v\ili be tiken fur conle"ed .
poverty y the above assessed.Sec.
to do,shall pay double tax ,
ad C.z tot> in ARTICLE x-'rhis Constitution be Gingham plain andrinUnl I iwn". Brocash Tissue Zain't lhrm. Ordained, That all Ordinances
proud ticir Jtri may 5. Be further DAVID C. WILSON, -
to .1ri-e Shawls, Jenny Lnd Vkiteq, Lace, Capei, Collars., an,d .1n>lil is further Grdtrrd, That publication of COIfl5iUO .WS. -
T'nhed k the disgr4ce of their country, amended at any regular meeting, by the vote Cuff together ith a great varIety of fancy article S, this Ordr be made in miine newspaper published in or parts Ordinance conflicting with the JAMES T. ARCHER

tjj own 'words when deierLd of a majority of all the members of the Association. to which we invite the attention of the Ladies. Tallahassee once a wet** for th oicef'f: four month true intent and meaning of this Oidinacce, be and ROBT. VT. AYILLIAMS.HY. .

lrIwet ?,, .nd in more modern tirneE HEIR & RUST. J. WAYLE3 BAKKK, Judge, &c. he; same are hereby repealed. L. RUTGERS,
and this 21th of
Pas4Pd the Council approved, day Tallahassee Feb.
8,1851. 6 Seatinol
MUI,( and Mardi 22, 1651. 11 tf 20th March, 1S51. [
t.t. JackBon, tenuinatcd TYm.EL Tttr, Grant Scurry, A true cnnir-AttCst. February, A. D. 1SSI.

1ut) srvif't.s 1I Poer.v. li. GarneO, t. W. Wj1jir, OUAR A. MYER, Clerk. D. P. IIOGUE, Intendant. Seed Cats.TUST -
w fid V.'m. A. Carr c"ea Groceries. Attest Gto. \V. HUTCHIMS Clerk.
WcbEter'ii WhitSeid. ,
patriotlEin ahvr.vs B; Hfcu! AncucR, Jr., D. C. received pr WnxILPettw, fitan New Or-
tt: monev j inhi, p-n-ket-whether it beth 3. V. Holland, TLoi. Laven-age, lUST received per Bark C. Wj-nn., Loaf Sugar. M -cli22. IS'il. 11 -1m March 1, 1551. 8 At 5) lean, 200 busheLs of St Louin Seed Oata.

;, 'ding th( Bon Chairs .r., James OJiron, .3 Flour ia barrels and lialf burrtls, Rio, Lnfroira, anJ, ---- Feb. 8, 1SSI. 5 BERRY A ROWLE&JL
f. B'j C0SUUitiou to the advantage yJvrard[ 11uth1n!: J. B. JcfTcout, Java Coffee, Tobacco. Soda Crackers, Pins Apple : State of Florida -Gadsden County

? FdocrKc' for a thousand Theodore W. I5rerar A. I). Grarablfog, Cheese, Sperm and AdamjJitine Candles, for sale low CHARLES W DOWNING, Middle Circuit of Florida-In Chancery. B. UATWXIL..-- -
CO1tLinZ ith favor of the New JoLn Croraartic, Stephen Letter, bJ HEIR & RUST. ATTORNEY? AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, U. a r.tzi;.
D. 1551.
L.:4.1: Lnrcj" ol lho Uoin' for hundred J. Hunter.J. C. W. Martin, March 2:', 1851. 11Castings. Tallahassee, Florida. SPRING TERM, A. MAXWELL & PAPY,

I nd a I. Taylor, I,. IL Bradford. Archibald Nicholson, Complainant. ATTORKEYS AND COUNSELLOP.S AT LAW.,
ars, (vvbich he eOiflee at the Capitol.
1 received it, two James llwrn-r, Richard IL WLitaker r*.
Within ten the feed zdctt& March 15. 1851. 10 tf Nicholson and William N. Arfritt, Executor k TALLAHASSEE, FLOEIIJJU
years, as RicLard 1J. Carpenter, S. S. Jaincs, A LARGE assortment received James
of juat and for wile -
p th1 tariliiu'b n the! U. S. Senate,) S. W. Eaon, JOB. J. Grace .Lt. low by HEIR i! RUST. Lost or Stolen *of Malcolm Nicholson,deceased Wi Icy Blew: February 8,1851. 5
V'hethier-ll be Tints. A. rradforJ, Ji-ssc T. Bernard, March itt. Administrator on I he estate of Arabella Blew-
G.'OUT lihertjes reconciling the instrument Luke SmilLwiilc, John Cain, 22,1851. 11 A GOLD Pencil and Pen, somewhere about the ilt'deceascdKurrellHinson and Mary his wife, Law Firm. '

: i:8: to thc notions r thc leather .Tu.ie1jti C. Gordon, N. W. Holland.J. ./ia- first or middle( of February, with a topaz set in et Defendants..

vJrUmoa Safety Committee" of New June* J. Darneo, W. Saundew, Groceries. the top fur which the finder haIl bo suitably rewarded. affidavit, it appearing to the satisfaction i of BEARD A BREVARD will rartica In enjutww' .

taij *2-r| carriage, His the same Richard SaundernV. ,, David A. FcILd. "OER Tallahassee from New Oilennai. Enquire at thi Office. ? ON Court that James -Nicholson, William F. all the Courts r* the Middle CSrcuii of -' -*'

I1i Patriotism" BO well to \ N. Saunders, Daniel O'Cain, 100 barrels superfine Ohio Flour, March 15, 1851. 10 Stdj Averilt. and Wiley BUwitt,three of the Defendantsin Florida. Office b TaUaluu e. ,. --: -j
Mt it ** Ioost paye as David ilattox, W. A. Palmer, 20 extra St Louis -- said Bill, wide out of the Slate of Florida and JoUr; BEARD, 1 !

c tt en iable commodity ; but Lyman Smith, Stephen Saundem fi hogalieads Middling Baccn, ,. 'M slc. within Ihe limits of the Slate of Georgia : T. W. BREVAKD.
gencris atu he has tho exclusive C Shoulders It ia Ordered, That the said James Nicholson, February 1, 1831. 4 tf
,
J. A. J. II
1 t.sOpo1 Iloner, Bradford, TVTRS./ CUNKTNOIIAM wishes to engage a limited Averitt.and Dlewitt, and
N. Wiley
8 William
C. W. Gabriel Lest sugar: cured Uarnn. appear
Roney, Ilouck, 1.,1 number of pupils for instruction on the Piano
$ lute preserved the Union Solomon Silla, G. F. Horrlc, 2 casks Rice Forte. Residence at Mrs! E. Barnard's. Terms $l_ answer said Bill of Complaint according to law, CroeKcrT Class andJStoiie IVare.HEIR .
eera1 shall be taken
th 5 barrels Lard otherwise the same pro confeiio asto
$ 1C Van Hrunt Jno. A P.UST are now
'J- eating dinners provided by ; Branch, per quarters receiving a large auort-
S&fey Valve will A. W. Potter IL Bradford] 6 choice Sugar, March 15, 1851. 10 StFLETCHERYILLE them: of Crockery Glass and Stone Ware.
J Conuuittces and That of this Order be published
,
bushels Provided a
b 300
Cora copy On han-
doubt( James IL Branch, SL For ale a general acoortroent of Goods
Bvnj. Bentley, br -- Dry Hard
iow
Her,i. keep it in perfect working or- A. S Cole. F. A. Fi'Edward BERRY i'IlOWLES. Auctioneers, &c. once a week for the space of four months in the I ware, aid, Groceries. AH of which -re will wll en ax
HOUSE.
riding j iu Floridian ii Journal, a newspaper published in the
March
the New 22.
reasonable terms
&? __ York Committee's I Charles Cole, JradfB-d, 11 Tallahassee within this Circuit. as they can be pnrchaied b the marFebnarr -
Lojj (IS SIGHT Or TI10VA8VIU.E, GEORGIA,) city of
,, l7nto/ D. J. Williainn.Wnv Nathan Lnley, -- WAYLES BAKER, JuJge 1. 1851. 4 tfPig's
H. Branch, Wm. IL Bradford, Notice. "PRIVATE BOARD, all things included, at ?10 per ERSK1NE, *

.LIrisLmwilJ.I; ;; wand R. IL Bradford. G.ILFiiber, rnr .hort absence from tie State J. month. Travellers, accommodated, vithout .1-.iouor JOHN Solicitor aud vl Counsel for Complainant.A Feet.

10 ray loved vi( bequeath. Richard Whitakcri D. IL SIath DUHEVO IL NEWSOM and A.Mwor tny'dulyauthorised Mr 1 'a heap) cheaper than Cotton Bella true from the record :-Alte f, '1w KEGS (tory fine article)just rcce-rod. and fcr
copy
are b
: Bridget, all fl)7) propert) Jacob Eliot, Tl.c. W. Carr, ; agent I also return sincere thanks P. P. SMITH. It C. LESTER, Clerk. J Bale low. 4 j. jj. WIUJAM3.. .

iLfUftbe'erve, and to my oldest 'on Patrick Adam OramlUng Wm. Wood the citizens ofTallaluutfee for their my former patronae.and to January__-I. 18M. 6m March 8. 1S51. ,9 -3m January 11, 1831. 1Linie.

!O2ng "mamder, and to Dennis, my James Ponder Jjirocs T. Kflsore, M soon as I return and fctock can be obtained! i BRADFORD

'tIy the '"h !Itanything' i8 left, il I A D.Grambliug, Tboma Morra L, will be at my old stand in the Market, vhero I 'ill ', Corn. .

t Terence McCarty, in tweet Ire Daniel P. Houck, John Felkcl, be happy to meet my friends and cusfomeru. V AT LAW, CFt BUSHELS CORN for sale by ( Casks Thornaton Lime for ,*1* Kr ?-- -

John R. Crump, James E. Broomo, FUlL!!' T. P1ARCE. Madison Court House| Florida. oju McJTAUGHT ORMOD.r59w.rtaM&rcJl U McN AUGHT ORMOT&,

J. F. C. harley, N.reb 151. 11 t Janta7 1. 1551 : tf ) 1,1851. 8 Dw. *8, l8'). Il tfon '



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? ljc} .flLribiatt & Journal. Tax Collector's Sale. COTTON GINS. TAILORING. 1 'tgaLbvtr'lth11llt9 Ntw York STIMSON New CO's. .

BY viitue of the power vested in me by law, 1 THE subscriber would inform the citizens( of Tal- Orleans, and. "oblJe I .
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have le\'if1! upon and !hal expo.e for salt, before JESSE II. Jhaoee that he has commenced the above bu fIOSNEtTFING with the swiftest t1r .
PUBLISHED EVERY: SATURIHY EfE. IXG. WATSON In the Circuit Court of the State of Floridafor _1 IIible M
the Court 1i(1ue4tnOr, $ city of TalUrus- Silf', respectfully solicits a share ol' public ,Expresses between the
Prin4T.
and for Monroe
seeon the rirsl 1 Monday in May nntlhe following GI: MANUFACTUKKn, patronage. the Southern Circuit in Maine Sew hampshire, Yennon ,

TERMS : pr"rt.'rh'orfoulchli1'reof as will pay the State Lee Store opposite the Florida Exchange. County. Rbede Island Connecticut Lower
Palmyra, Counly -
Georgl."rOULD IN CIIANCERT. .
VKNCK DOLLARS if advance. and Tax tin ::Garments order. State Delaware Pen .
, : per annum, paid County due thereon fo .\car It50, and cut to IYan 3 T.
': HRKC AND A HtLF, ifpaidiihin sis tnontte. all incidental I expenses to wit: inform his friends and the public gene J;UIE SElpLE William Eo Wigbim, ) Columbia, Indiana Ohi-C IllilY>., tbe !W ",0

FOUR loub\R, it not paid until the end oIIhejear I .-llhol tr. ft or parcel of land known as ForlnV that he continues the above business at November 3.1S50. -7 vS. > Divorce. generally the )liClti"il'p ansi f'II
I his old stand, where he w ill be happy them -- --- -- Ann William ) and the Alabama r.n :1"
uiiliin Ihp limits Leon supply
JkJ-Thr teun, willhe rigidly adhered 10, and ( ot County, containing prominent plaC'l'S in Geor6ia
no paper will be discontinued until i I all arrearag,-jare t1'!,7t) acrestnoie or ies,1, said to belong with a'first rate arltt. As an evidence of the CASH ADVANCES wade. on Cotton shipped FT appearing by affidavit to tIle satisfaction of this Our facilities are PO extensive and and tL.C
ot' Imi. work r&t
paid, unle,s at the option oil' the publishers. Suh. tie .\lalachlcola Laud Company.I quality hp state that out of the &.el.n,Ne\t Yorkby JL Court that the Defendant Artn Williarrr. residesout i can secure the safe and "pt'edT Trait t,
number sold him
large the
!C'ribers111 be received for three months at One ). McR.\ Y, fail d to perfect by satisfaction-and past year, not one has October lt 1S30. ol F. II. FLAGG. of this State. and in the State of New York on Freight, Tru ,k.Pa give ; ref- ------ -- ---- -
would --< -
D.la-ix moiiU *gt $L 5'J. Svery older tot the Tax Collect01 Leon County. I a! -- -- motion of S. K. Mallory, Solicitor fut too ConrpLun- from one end of the country to the other "
of who
Nocember9ISJ. -11 t erenre gtvethe name any one has one of his Strayed the most remote ,and t. .
paperutit f this county rou-t be accompanied with ant points. -
< i| Gin in me. He is'.ntendingtoenlargehisestablish- Ocklockonee
the cuh, unle the order of -- -- ----- --- -- -- ----- 17'ROM the subscriber at It is OrlP?,, That the Defendant dy and From our many ,'experience
comes year
through
our apprnr in
any the
Tax j ment (considerably this year, by which: means he \ L1 Hayabout the 23d or November, *
tejuUrly ed agents in the Stale.ADVERTISEMHNTS Colector's Sale. |I \vil, 2.lh answer, plead or demur to Complainant's Bill on or business while connected with f
author j be enabled to orders which last ? f'@IIZ'I. Adun.l
fl ( he was unable _ a bright sorrel HORSE, or J hands
BY virtue of power vested in me bv law, 11 I j to do) Gins it possible year thin and with J : and : before the flirt 3Iondar of June next, otherwi-e the anjL our numerous advantage in other) r
superior to eve huh, long leg, a
h.1. for any very spate will be taken Provided Publication th J east of which i i. the (
expose sue, before the Court House at j manufactured in South western Georgia. Hethinks white spot in his face. Any information will be 'ame proconfetto: confirlenee and _
i \ "inincy, in the County of Gad.den, on the second ,1 that of this Order he first made in some newspaper the New York community) we fet l rl
red
\V II beJn!erled at the rte of0neDolt3rerqurenftve1ve eveiy year's experience enables him to make a thankfully t received or if required, suitably paid foi ti j
Monday of April next, the following described pro- little better article. in this State for the term of three'month.s.January skill never cea.-e to give the most entire *,
lines for the first t, and filly cents l tl'r ich by the subscriberat Quincv. ti.GIcti
?< peitvor MI much I thereof as will pay the State and Beinga 27th, 1851. our friends the Jewellers Bankers **
p&)4euent: I nsert ion. A reasonable deduction practicalmechanic: withaldetermined J. L. SHIELDS. and v
will be made on legal no!ire estate not ire*,yearly County Tax due thereon for the year lJ>,">0, and the that none but Gin ot the Vtf'first dac"hal! be manufactured December 7, I IS50. 48 JOS. B. LANCASTER gcneralk'Q
necessary incident t hfre'lo, to wit : Judge Southern Circuit State of Florida. We beg leave to rail attention
notices without alteration, by expenses: i in his shop,he feels-a'e' i { I Lent to our Calif
regular accounts \" ith the office. persons having The w hole of what is called Forbes' Purchase" to operate to the.satisfaction. ol. 'the purchaser.ing Hewill Receiving i ; from New York, February 1, 18:J. 4 3m press from New Orleans! and our Ex rni,It
lyina in County, or much thereof New Orleans and Mobile.
so will - --- -
r..dll.n as
deliver them of
AU announcements of candidates for office, FIVE pay; the Tax; aforesaid, bounded 0:the East bv the their plantations.] 'tree charge to purchaser at A FULL assortment of Staple Goods and Groceries State of Fl rida. Offices-SL Charles Hofd EdWini \
POI.LARS-invariably in advance. No attention Ocklocknee Riverand con iling in part of R n t'fi \
on the West by the Apalachicol and 19 Wall street, New York.
All made] with
will be paid to anorJerornnouncemtntulllsc1ccmnralitd River. engagements his travelling Acnt, Brown Shirtings and MADISON CIRCUIT COURT-IN CHANCERY.
!! O. Sheetings.
ca! : Tax )tGI McJE-r '. or ordeM to the Proprietor at Palmyra, shall be v Bleached Ho. do. Calicoes, Martha Devalt, ) February 1,1851. 4

AU ret ioul, mariage, and obituary notices puhli October 12, 1S30. 4:1: GaL. Cm ) prompt' alcndl.II lo. WH.d and Willow Ware, vs. >! Bill for Divorce. PR \i-cOTTON "

irratuitovly ; hut editorial notices for private -- --- --- -------- -- Repairing properly done in I the most durable Win-den thickets and 1 nln, William W. Devalf. ) GINS
benefit,will be charged a adve.tisemelh. manner. Fjnry "nd Conirr.on 1"T appearing(lo -otisfaction of the Conrt.by affi- ET. TAYLOR & CO.. Proprietors of H/.,
Tax Colector's Sale. $( Us i i. also Agent (lot the sue of f ChannanRandall's Speun "Adainnti'ine lap Candle! ;, Jl davit in this case filed, that William W. Devalf. Cotton Gin 1\ianot 'tor,, has.:

JOB WO KK. BY virtue of power vested in me by law, I fc Co.V. CAST I ION I IOr'POlVEKSUGAR Browi;iind Loa( uzar, the Defendant; this cause, ( beyond ihejnrisi- islaction lo announce to their patrons and the PI"'

We are well prepared to execute Job \Vorlc such shal exposefor sale.before the Court House at MILLS in Southwe"tfin n Georgia; ,'ut FloridaContracts :> nl", %ij be gjnn they air ;
madf with prepared to
in the County of Gaddenon the can my Travellingp-nlt Ri", L. and J.a but in other of the United States snpnt! ,
i n bitli,cad*, b1ank. pamphlet,!,kc.,with neatne SeCOfli.Monday information wanted with 'iiiira l.t'ef. some part : of l heir celebrated PBEMH-M Gls. nll1QIII*
and All work of this in April ne'I, the following described pro Any rr.rJ in the c .t ai'd On l ', ol 1 Kentucky Rasrain? an-1 Bale // is Ordered, That the said William W. Dev.lido ;
-i description, hll'1111 Where these Gin
I. despatch.
p.rtyorso much thereof as t the Stale and operation of th.se milU. run bp ohlai'IPc by adJre-- and snid Rill of, withinthreemonths.ors.iii rme been nnrensr". it
pay Rire. suzar-cured Hams, appear answer Complaint .
earlv wi '
evcepi for persons having > aC'counlsith Tax due thereon for i ins me at P,1hnra. Lee d>. ntt ;.nni": 1"11 Jacou i be deemed unnecessary for the Mannlaf !...T"8'
I
a t office, mutt be for County year 1S-V, and the Lint &(. JOHN McDOUGALL. Bill will b! fakej conft**' word !
paid on delivery. iti I heir favor
he fed
March i* they
.. net(sJJ expenses incident thereto, to wit : :fJ'J.' l I-2 !> O'n'-r.: \1.'I1. .1'!) a'jan; l said Defendant, and that the cause be set foihearingduring chines cunttent| I&t:
-- __. __ __ ____ '- have been brought t- tich
--
< u -- I Six hundrr and forty acres of land, Ijin; on --- --- --- -- -- the next Term of said ( ourt in Mardi ; their terfetiion A

TOWLE & MYERS, I Rock Crl.k, purporf'nc to belong to L. S. Catlin.or JOHN PRATORIUS, Notice. next : in superior. performance will recommeidiV

Watchmakers and Jewellers so much thereof 3i will pat t the Tax alorrsiid. [OP TIlE I.ATK FIRM Of BULL A FKATORH'',] SIX I month" after (1.414'' I ;hall! make application And it is Ji/rlhtr OrJert That this Order b. I preference of to thcv.e all ether who Gin hT now in n.,, *rsdtisfacfion ''

HUGH O. McLKAN, I he Honorable I Jnd-/er If f Probate in and for I be published in tome public newspaper printed in I Irm not "ofd Itt Ciu.
d.r HAVING: procured the service* :Tax Collector for Gadsden County. v35 \'ToeLD inform hLs. f.il'I.1i and the publir l'oUllh..1 Jefferson, lor letters of mission and dis- State once a week for three months, and that Complainant -1 and are unacquainted with heir r"pu'alion.lh i rru
\ .
ALLEN, (.formerly o{ October 12, IS">(J. 40 6m' \|r\ }hataken: the .tort bitchy occupied 1 I. char!; s. 1 Exerutnr of the la .A 'i:2: 'his citv Jj.hr I H. an I ndjninir the] sti.rc' have been awarded In them for the
they are now prepared lo -- --- -- ----- ( n"1'1 lately FoNoin late of said County, deceased THOMAS BALTZELL, Jude. EE.qGJ
execute al ".-ic m the above line, wl h promptness Tax Collector's Sale. occupied I)Hul., vhre lie will ]he 1le.IL..71 l lto All r't'r-II'I' licreiniiilere!ledaie hereby: notified ac October 16, 1S50.A hibiled at the great State Fair I li. Id at A fanbr"*
attend tin1 ..dl.and vnnUof tr-ie! I IMJ ria; also, at the Alabama' an/I
and in th( most -alifldorunner.: Toour friends OY virtue of the WH mav. cordinv.5 HARDY l\100RE. true cOl'y-\tlp.t, GfOf'flatritoltlllal
at \ di'Iauct .iI (early attention to all work \\hich I iJ j ) shall for power sale, before vttd I the in Court IrC hh House: <\', I d )}I to piitrouize him in hU line of bu"ineHe ."'. JeiTer!, Ccn"ily, Di-ccmbpr! 7, IS-;'). 4S Hm C. L. CARRUTH. Clerk. and Mechanic'sfair, held at Colnnlw-- andat' '*
e'pOe at annual Fair ff the
lia reci-ived, l t" ti<- late arrivala, and South Carolina
be forwarded will be |111,,
to dnit ,
may us, -- ljl"'f'
M. .
Ii'en.TOWLE the By A. CARRUTH. D. C.
of Gad
County
Quincy il den. on (Ihe second Cha.lc-fon The Cotton at
MYERS. i r'lf'p J of ", C-ituirrr*, I IATh..y Notice. tinned on thne
Gi
& Monday of April nextthe following described i Ul-vfr. t1.f. I'rt'iry December 7. 1S30. 43 3m fp.
ceivfd the fir.'t
property /i'.w. at the exhibirinnUu
Prtt1I"1C
35 If : tjt
1S'0. ralannrt"Ilf -- --
September 21. .or 9>i much t thereof as will pay the Slalf and j (. ofRfAlJ.1t.'JF OIX I months alter date, I shall apply to the Judge Charlestor.Sonth Carrdina.and. If\

Towle Myers, i County Taxes due thereon from IS15 to IS'/l indu.1 CI401.JJXf.1 L- rf Prolute (i.rGrfdsden County for a final settle.: State of Florida. "amplei Cotton frr-m thent base every been Fainlt"t

. ) & sive i i and the necessary expenses incident thereto, to A of which, I f.lt. r myself arc (-qual in stvlo and menl ar.d discharge m tile estate of hardy Siipp3rd IN LEON CIRCUIT COURT-IN ATTACHMENT.John The Proprietors have in Iheir exhjt.

HAVE hand, and are now receiving, a new and wit : I quality a nd j'jl't'' c ':erea. FS. SHEI'ARU. Adm'r. W. Argyle, 1 OTis certificates from Planfr! ,Cclton P"t"iOfl Erokm nnmT.

Gold assortment of GOODS Watches consisting ot I Two 111'rec] :and forty arei of land in GadlenCounty fnUI.fil thi< iurkt-t. He will give jurti.niLir attention Gatkden I Counly, January 11. IS:I. 1 eo I vs. IProtection A>sump1l." mission Merchants and Manufacturer of .C'I.

Lever Hunting purpoitiug to belong Robert Jimerson r>r to his ba-iiu-'a. jind I hi-jtc-s hu will njcrit liberal .- Insurance I *um Mvorn tf> Goojstestifyirsthat the Colt
Gold Anchor Lever do I Company of : performance tlllh, ?
Silver Lever Hustling do "0 much thereof as will pa\'lhe Taxas aforesaid Iving patroiugc fn'm the public. P. P. LEWIS, New Jt rtley. J ":.',t') 00 and the sample produced by I them, cannot Un Gin :

Silver Anchor Lever do i on Flat Creek. Collector HUGH O. McLEAN, November :::, i8O. 4G tf Local Dentist, Tallahassee, 'lorida.I THE defendant and all others interested are here : celled by any Gins ever manufactured.AH .
Tax
for Gadsden i
Lapine and common do October 1-2, l-s-VJ. 41 County., --- -- -"""""*' ) oems in the new building immedijg ] notified of the institution ol the above suit oiders'for Gins, Driven either our fm-;

Gentlemen's and Ladies* RO'or Pin;,,eeieral assortment ---- -. Gm Pure Sulphate of Quinine. LV atplv Kn.st (>f the I'o't Olfice where by attachment, and are required to appear at the or local Agents, or forwarded to Ibf' PrnpnVfo,

of Ear and Finger Rin. *, G.ld Guards and Tax Collector's Sale. T lIE subscribers hate on hand two hundred and C he wIll IcJ found! unle.-s profoa.i )UaUy next Term of Leon Circuit Court, and plead to the mail, will always receive prompt attfntion. Gi t

Keys, Fob nd Vet Chains, St-als, Gold and Silver fitly ounces ol I Sulphateof' Quinine, which I h.-j ,1I at..1. St-ptfcinbcr 7, IhoU. So declaration filed in said cause. will be sent to any part of the country, and .f.
Pencils,Got t Pens,Gold and Si I her Spectacles, Gold I T)Y virtue< of the power vested in me by IJ have obtained durct from the ininuiacturrrs: and ARCHER & COPLEY. ranted (to give satisfaction.JOS .

Sleeve, ColUr and llos ln B'llon' *.1lh'.r, Pearl, and thal expose for sale before the Court Ho e IIQli they will warrant it I lo he a sipoi ii i"r arti he. Attorn-ys for Plaintiff.Deeemher2.lSV L. DUTTON. AlWlt.
Card C" fS, Gold and Sih fine ,{ the County of Gadsden, on the second We" have enlarsnl, our stork of OPT. and New Goods. )). 50 3m Columbus, Ga.. February 9, 1S.1I. 5 1 ly

81e1' Silver a id Buffalo. Combs. !Monday of April next, t the foi lowing described proc by recent an'al"I.1! nre prci.tred| to 'Xtl'ul:1(1-( T llE: SuVrriU'rs havent: \ rweived per Packet -

AlsJ Fi nc'l Mintle Clocks, Table Knives, Tea pfrty, or so much thereof a! will pay (the Slate and orders lor articles ii'nor I line, at wholesale 01 retail, Rirfjiie K. II. Gamble, n ]1are addition to their In Chancery--Madison Coimty. Notice.

Traic.I'ialid a Silver Ware, Silver Table anj Tea ; County Tax due thereon for the year IS50, and the on the most 1CCor.1rIJ.liIH' Icrins.We Sroek of Jmxl*, consisting in part of the following ar BILL FOR DIVORCE. THE undersigned having mace some new arnnt :

.S o pfrwiau,.

(lU( *, I'Latedaiters, do Tea SoN, Ca Solar Silver and Girandoles. Cro.ktd Creek, purporting to belong to ArmUteadaud but i if whole could he ('..tt lli. Lauvra.Cl.e4.htcoe4'a .
Lamps Gil the paid; slierl i t mId zo ((- Murphy. no books, bnt sell his RO .! exclusivery! for tjh

Also line d.ult barrelled GUlS, Shot and Game Raney. far towards liquidating ci.-iuin sun t which \..,,1. k I'roma UPON the affidavit of the Solicitor in the above prodnce, and by so doing he will be aM,tll'tlat or

B.5., and Flask*,fine nocket Knives, Porte Monnie, lrGI 0. McLEAN, LEWIS I &AMKS.: TWU-:-.-M.irk :nd I pveii, that Arnold Murphy, rsno.vjent in said the lowest living price., which he prem.esfo d,,

Port Folios, Violins, Claronets, aud Flutes, fine Razors Tax Gadsden Counly. June, IS:.0. 2J Jlr'a.I-I'ilc.t r.ii-1 Navy.Craf suit, has removed and still i is beyond Ihe limits of r and requests his old cnsti-mers and other .ibir t'

Strops Sic.B .October 12, ISM. 40' ____ Cm __ -- ---- ----- ki r..-.butter,wati,lemon,soda,sugar fc Boston the State of Florid : buy low, to give him a call. lie ha!n hand gl
.. quality and general assortment of Perfumery, Jefferson -----Tax-- -- -- u Caria3es, Bujgies, Saddles, Harness, &c. I5ntter-rKt G)"hen, It is Ordered, That said Arnold Murphy) do appear assortment of Shoes, Hats, Caps. mmbl'.ColroQ

tc., &.e. TOU'LE &MYERS County Colector's Sale. D. E. HULL (.*lice"e-sup sago,pinc-npple,En:.dairy it comm and answer or demur to said Bill within three and! Woollen Good, &.C., &.c., for family and planti-

Seplemcer2S, 1S50. :53 i BY viiluenf authority I shaH I t1..ur-Xllrtlit'rn.) Western, UuckwLeat & Rye months from this date, or said Bill will betaken pro I lion ues.
f .- (for sale, belorc the Court House door, in A T hi< CARRIAGE: Candlf, adamantine I and that Jan'13fY. 'i1.
. I n lrO-ITOHY, *- and pure penn, confesso a hearing be had thereon at the S2 AMOS RJCH.-\RDCO\,
; CARRIAGE REPOSITORY Monticello, Jefferson County, on t Ihe first Monday in lUrtlett's Brick --- -------
I IJtii'din-r.! ofer f.-r S' js-a .reat variety. next term of said Court : -

BY MILLER & BROKAW, May' next, S'ction2lTownship I, Range 5South I _-te three splendid four->4'at lIOf'KA- SIIICCS..1 pimento, ginger, pepper, mace, nutmegs It is further Ordered, That puMicatirn hereof be Notice.
and Ka -t, or so much thereof as will and s.tt\.s. ) of made in months after date, I shall to the Hon
Tallahassee Florida. pay satisfy a "")1'1.li.llnt BlTnnJF. with -r without clove, some newspaper published in Florida, for SIX apply
I Maria Talitaro's double Taxes due the State and I tops four PEDLAR'S W'GGOX <*ie !'.ndhandRotkaway E.acncr'a great variety.: the space and time of' three months. Judge of Probate for the County of,lens

'THE subscribeis would inform thc-ir County, amounting to $'lO S I,besides costs and char. with }uCi complete, which will be '(M .\l-o, 2ir4. atlll'lU.j" raisin*, currant.', citron applet THOMAS BALTZELL, Judge.A for letter of final dismission as Administrator nf(hi

-4 and the public in general z ea. Said Lands are situated in the said County o I vi-ry low. .ir.Uiges, tilled ajiplif! ilriexl! fK'ache-, candies c. true copy-Attest, esfatpot' James Elacklic'ge, late of aid Crunl.de-

I that they are receiving;: a large; supply Jefferson, and known is the Rarbour Hill Tract. -ALSO- Rice. White IV tL-',Split Peas Fulton Market Beet C L. CARRUTH Clerk. ceased.

ol Carnages and Hllggies which theyoflrir JOHN WOOlEN, December 21,1$; M 3m EDWARD ELACKLIDGE, Adm'r.
At the OLD STAND Phoenix Bhiit4lins: 'W.have a! o recruited our stock of furniture hare
,
.
r for sale on the most reaonable terms. Persons Tat Collector Jefferson Counly. ._. January: 25, 1351. 3 6m
and hollow
wishing buy, are requested to call and examine Novembers, I IS50. 43 fm" ( .4ci Saddles. Hrll.*, IUd Jlartiiiq I Ie*. t,(I t: wares WT-g'1.ori., hats and saddles] and Middle Circuit.
___ : and it i M now very complete.
their stork. October 10. 1S50. 41 u r..ty of styleIIarnc: !'of all d!rrij>tirtn, "; Notice.
Southern Mutual Life : All of which offer for sale the] usual LEON COUNTY
we IN
Insurance Company Axels] Sprn, Hulh. Da-h Franv Carriage Trimmings on terms EQUITY. months after date the ncderjigncd will

Tax Collector's Sale. I of Louisiana.HAVING 11 Bindings; Trunks, (rpt Ilii, Vail Dec. McNAUGHT & OIUIOND. Tallahassee Rail Road Company, Complainant, SIX his accounts and vouchers to the Honorable pre

of the power vested in me by law, I Ixrn appointed Agent for the, above Com Mis, tta.&e together with all other articles f"\iro i in --Xcwport- -----23-,- 1850. 51 U 1:8. Judge of Probate of Leon Countyai Administrator

:fr I' BY'irue\' upon, and expose to sale,before deeming it unnecessary to di.cu the i his ln.. Valuable Plantation Richard Hayward George h'. Walker Union Bank on the estate of George W. Harrell, late of Leon

'"4p the Court House door, in il town of Madison, on importance and advantage of the mutual insuranceprinciple N. Repairing done with depatdi.November23lS0. for Sale. of Florida, Rurbutt R. Betton, and Elijah White, County, deceased, and apply for a final d/scfaargt/

the first Monday of June next, at the usual hour of ,mul re"ptful.r} solicit the consideration 46 tfW THE PLANTATION whereon the late J<*]hua H. Defendants. t from administration ot saideaU'e.BENJAMIN .
of the and information formerly resided, in Leon : appearing from theallegatiansof Complainant's BIRD. Adm'r.
Any
ale, to the highe-t bidder, the following described cti1l.ns \icnit. County, near LT
Land, lying and being in the County of Madison, to i it,can L a1n the C. C. BYD & CO., Lake Erie, containing 480 acres, of which] some 200' Bill, which are verified bv affidavit, that Defendant Fort Sfansbnry, January JS, 1S51. 2 6m
Florida tiz i : Pul cribrr. S. S. ILL make very I advance on CoUon4 are cleared and under cultivation. On the premises Elijah White is not a resident of the State of ,

The S E i of the N K 1 of Sec 20,T 1, R C, Sand XovemliprSO, 1830. 47 tf I shipped to their Iriends in New York. Oct 19 u a comfortable frame Dwelling House, with the necessary Florida but resides in the State of Georgia, so 'that Notice.

E., as the property of J. S. Patterson, to pay the ---CITY- -- --COTTON--- ----- out bouse, &. This I'lantation po.s.es.es I he cannot be served with process of snbpcena : months after date. shall make application to

taxes and cost due on same for.the )eau 1513, '46, WEIGHER. New Goods. many vantage.*,as it adjoins the piney woods,where It is thereupon Ordered That Defendant, Elijah SIX Honorable Judge of Probate in and for tie

'l7.4SMv and f. THE undersigned PUBLIC CO JTON \'E1GIIER, a large and carefully selected stock of the range is V'TV pood for cattle and]hogs. TIle Newport White, plead answer, or demur to this Bill, on or County of Jefferson, for letters of dismiision and

Tne N | of the NV J of Sec 2o, T 1, R :, for the City Tallahase, having just returned OPENING, Uritania, and Bright Metal Ware, and Georgia Plank Road will pas within 400 to before the first Monday in April next, at the peril discharge as Executrix of the last will and testament : .

taxcj, &c., due from 1S45 to 1S50. from the North with two pair of Scale, manufactured consisting in part of Tea and Coffee Pots, French i;(t'o' yards of the dwelling, and I think will go on the of having said Bill taken for confessed and as to of James M. Hart, late of said County, '.

AUo,the E' N E 1 Sec 1, and WiN \V I &C Scales, a/Ijiixted and certified by the Innpector oj Coffee Filterers Pitchers, Candle Slicks of diflcrentqualitie h line or through] the whole] length of the Plantation;; hin set down for hearing er parte: Provided, Thata ANN HART.

12, T I, R 0, N and E., purporting to belong to House and U"tlht, of the .Yew York Custom ( ?,Jelly Glass Linterns.Cake 15i\es, and when, this Road is completed which] it under contract copY of this Order be published for four months, Jefferson County, February S, 13!. 5 6m
Underwood for taxes due there.-n 'from lS4to 1S50 is now prepared to received and weigh any Calni ter!, M.uhi. of other which to be done bv the 1st of January, 1852, no one- week consecutively, in one of the newspapers
THOMAS ANDERSON, Catton brought to this Market. He will attend at the/ offer (or ant 31t i on\reasonable arlices. Plantation on the wfiol<* line of the Road will published in the cily of Tallaha see. i Plows Plow Points, Bars, Ac.

'Sheriff and ex olIkioTax[ (. Madison Co. the City Depot at the shorle.t or at any notice.place within In the limits ol the Also, on hand a lull andlen'frm. ive! stock of Tin i it for convenience .(. ty is now offer&lTur pale surpass at a November 5 THOMAS, 15O. BALTZELL, Judge. HEIR A RUST have jut received a goodaf-nrt-
November 30, I* 50. 47 Cm conjunction with the Ware of Imrgjiin. PtTMirw dtirniis cf will of aOO
> Cotton every \ \ \ bv purchasinir, plea.se Plows How.! Points, and Ban;
weighing he has CII'CtHin.III'lfucUtd A true from Minute of Court.
a large j in .the copy
--- yard rear of cull on Jo-eph Clio-ire who will fhow (; Blades
KMJ them
the
Me"m. KlKKSEYand WILLIAMS'STORES good \orkltn, fl Ilir price- OSCAR A. MYERS, Clerk.M. russ Scythe Blades, and Cradles
. A. B. CLARK he will receive COTTON FOR WEIGHING OR where 0 Lead Pipe, She -t Lead. Copper. Xinr. and Ci.tern land. For term'. ,'. apply to me at my residence A. LONG, Solicitor for Complainant.' February 1, l81. 4 tf

' (FORMERLY CLARKI &fILLUX,) STORAGB. : Pumps fur sale. Tin it The 44
subscriber's stiict : 4m
attention ___ ___ __ __ _
"AVING purchased he interest of Mr. experience for the last three York executed fjithlulh. and with il 'patcli.:, BENJAMIN BYRD. -- u Boots and Shoes.

L Stillman in their old bu.inei, can be will, he hopes, bring him the custom years of at the the Depot T. WHITE \ CO. January IS, 1::. 2 tfIUST Jefferson Circuit Court. HEIR & RUST are uow opening a larger
--
_found at their old stand on Monroe street, and Merchants generally. Office in the rear Planter of Mr September 21, .:>. 37 if -- -- IN CHANCERY. of gent Calf pecked and se' received]
where he will receive in a few from New York, -- --- --- -- J I by fi.\-t'rallat. arrival. from New Patent Leather tail eLl
Congress and Cloth loots
days Kirksey's store where subscriber ;
may be found at and f..rale 1.\ C. C. BYRD i CuL'O Sill for Injunction and Distrilulion. .
one of the most eomplete assortments ot Ready* all times. Notice. s ewed and pe ed Bmean.. Seal and Parent Lcaier
inide Clothing and Gentlemen's Fancy Goods pattenis (I-iJies Dress) itareges, Exectors of William Goodman, Complainants, ala; LJ5e Gaiw.S1ipptr .
CHARLES A. NASH, ALL persons indebted to (he statc1{ James A. .'. d.i do do Slippers; good as-x.rtment trf
ever off Ted in this market. Also, a Icm.r l assort City Wtigher. ik, late, ul Leon Cnunt\ .!. anti SWs also a pt>l
CltU With a variety (other cinlsfor Jrea.1.:50 eza Dasher, Sarah Waters Green It Slater Margaret
ment of Prenc", English, and Belgian Cloth*, September 21 1ST tl r equested t to m.ktpaunent '10 I he undei; signed ; ..ndtho -.\ France Slater,Jane Elizabeth! Sister. Harriet a portment of LOYt. mi* es, and children Shoes.
Black Doeskins and Cassuners, Rlarkani -
,
having the February 1. 1S51. 4 tf
ngainr-t erel
p leu""Id- name, are > 10 A No 2 Plrtturhe* 40 A No do E M. SlaterJohn G. Sl ll'r. William Slater
, Ftgueicd Silk, Satin, Cashmere, and feltctlistings Notice. notified to present t within the lime I I. I, ? --- ----
which he is prepared to manufacture at by law, or they h"l barred prescribed IC 0 A No 1 aud! 2 Ploiurli Points, John (.oodrnanarid William Goodman Elleir.\ood New York A riclturalWarel1o115C,

I the khoilesl notice and in the most approved sltle. TIE firm of Nash Si Taylor is this day dissolved' I.wiUII F. CEARD Qualified II3)IPnl.' Exrcutor. -ALSO--- and Spain, Defendants.IT 139 awl 191 WATER STREET.
" The are mutualconsent. Those indebted will do us December 5 h ij c Supreme Gohen} flutter, appearing to the satisfaction ol. this Ccr.il, b>
community ) requested 21 2, 1-3.W.' r
Gfj
generally respectful St
to call and eami my b purchasing else the pleasure to settle a!soon a! possible. -- -- - In Chct'o(. made in this cau '. that the said Defen A. B. ALLEN & CO.,
----
where. Tallahassee,October 12, ivjO. 40 M. NASH. ."> b-ur Lniruira Coffee, dantswith the exception of William Goodman El"enwood !- j!I AYE the most extensive assortment of Pier.
October 1, 1SO. J. L. TAYLOR. Notce.TIE In IxirreU Mi'n't r Potatoes, eside our ot the State of Florida, beyond I! I-"T and all kinds of Agricultural and Horu'ralrcni

Cash Advances. sulxcriber Ia\il, : nit 1-ttcrs. r.f,1- cI"i J-Iktm Familv Flour. the jurisdiction of this Court, hut in the United Implements and MachinersALe.. all kind ft Fall

The business hereafter will be conducted under ratioti on t estate? (.f Tfn mn Cow-art 12 hi-f No 5, 0 and! "Bird: Shot, States : and Garden Seeds. and F:rtili. -rs, such at Giuan
JL HC underigncd"ill make liberal cash advances I t'le firm of NASH &. CO who respectfully solicita l ale of HilNboiou Co'intdeceased, hereby. give*" 24 drums) Frvli }'j.r.,. It is therefore Urdt'ed, That I he ssid Defendants.Eseza Bore Dust Poudrctte 1'la.ster.Ac.

Small> on wood shipments, New York.SMALLWOOD of ColtOllcarisinc-d. to J. L. share of the patronage of t the citizens generally. notice to aU vp."ons hcing'clam's i ;; t I. IIIII' 2 Kirrelsuperior dried Apples Dasher, Sarah Waters! Green R Slater, Margaret Cg Orders from Merchants and Planters will

GIBSON HARRIS. They expect to keep on hand a general assortment t o prc'tnlthf1 In me within two }ears, jimperl> an- Jinu.-ry 18. 1S51, 2 tf Frances Slater, Jane Elizabeth Slater han let punctually' attended to.
S of Good JleJicinu and such other articles as are t henlcalcd. agreiabl to law. ar they will be barre-J E M. Slater, John G. Slater, William Slater, and Janttu.r2.1S5I.

Qoincy, November 2, 1S30. 43 4m generally kept in their line of business. recovery; and alt persons iudfbird, will plea-e Leon Female Academy.T John Goodman, and Spain, appear and answer the- -- -- ---- S- -- ---

Clothing and October, IS:!. 39 NASH &CO. t to make iinimdule. liasnielit. 11 F. Trn.t tes of the LOOILFemale Academy take Bill of Complaint filed in this ran-** within four The American Agricu1turalist.DR.
Ready-made Sadder. JOSEPH ,. months from the date of the publication of this Or- IIbo
:IOORf;. .dm' iltli method! of informing the public that NASH. P. JL Tallahassee will reca r8
JUST received per Bark Mora from ew a New Stoves. Tampa P.ay, Dpcember l I lfi.:,t. :f "I l have opened the ul.>ve In.titutkn under the s-uperin-they deror the said Bill will be taken for confessed against pti'f13 for this valuable paper-II *l*

supply of Ready.made ClotMand Had JUST receiving from New York Cooking, Parlor, --- -- ---- ----- -- -- -nd,-nce (If \\\ 1' CIN.MSOIUM, of South Carolina I them. bound volumes $1 25 each very neatly bound Ousubfrcribcr
which offered to the public on the And it is further Ordered That
are of
tilery, tOIreaonabte e Air Stoves Notice publication
Tight of the most approved pat. which Institution V1 ill afford all the advantages of athriugh : can pay Dr. Na-h.
terms. HEIR &RUST. terns and latest lt)les. Call and Examine them.T. and refined edurutioii. A\"e this Order be made in some newspaper published at SOLON ROBINSON General .Agt'IIL
to it ,
October 12, lSQ.( 40 SIX months afe date t I shall apply lo the Hon. hope place Tallahassee! once week lor tlespareof four month
WHITE CO. Jud (in siM-h a footing n* to obviate the necessity of send. ..Tannnrr, 1851. 3 _
----- Spnl ember 21. 1550 & e Prob.lt h'rlhe I County; of GaU-: THOMAS BALTZELL Judge.A _____- --
37 children from !home
big our to knowledge.
acquire
Notice. ----- t den for leltir* of final, dicmiision a'-. Admin 'true copy-Attest t. Groceries.BBLS. .
THE TRUE MEDICINAL istratrix of the estate 01 McGnrf late ul l 75 ruts per Sfifion of Fire J/onr/o. C. G. FIFE Clerk.
months. from date, the undersigned, Etrcutor Wili.ll .
SIX the last and testament of Uz Williams, COD LIVER sid County dtwasid. .. Tin- First das*, in which will U taught all the higher November 9, ISO. 41 t 4mIn 20 extra superfine Flour
"i OIL 100 bushels White Corn
deceased, late den County, will apply to the S.H.\I I I MC'CrIT, Adm.x.Quincy bniiM-hcs (f an English Education, also Latin nnJGtl't.k. ] ----- -- "
seed Oat
USEFUL in the cure of Scrofula, Consumption, December 'lyW fim if desired, Chancery. 50 heavy ,
Jud. e of Probate of said County, for a final dischargeand : 25 QQeond 1 0 barrels Mess"Pork,
,Asthma,Bronchitis ------ -- ,
settlement up from said estate. Coughs ----- tVa.i.i-SjH-Hing. Reading, Georgraphy, IX JEFFERSON CIRCUIT COURT.
and diseases, 3 casks SiCl'l.tierce.
of the ,
Chest and Lungs. A
SAMUEL cutor. supply Notice. Arithmetic English] Grammar Natural History
WOOIBUR\ of this valuable medicine i Rill for Partition and Distribution of Estate. 2 S. C. Ilambbl" ,
Gadsden 37 6m i'just which la : Cmup o.itinllncicnt and Modem History
l'eceivc
County, indcbtrd

lo the of John
person estate
Sptember warranted pure, and of verv snp quality. ALL Cole- I Ui-citations Alexander Scott Administrator of Aaron B. C. Scott 2 Leaf Lard.
,
For sale deceased, Ute of Madison, County, will : 20 QQ( deceased 6 Green ,'
by LEWIS l. Apples
& AMES : .
Notice. 11 i r1( ;
!
emal 'In.4p'.tling.Rfading.Wriring,Arithmetic -
plea
May 25, 1S5U. 20 Tallahassee Fla. >e pa\m-nt ; and a'l peit-uno having demands r 3. 20 planting Potatoes

SIX month after date, the undersigned Adminis- ---- --___ against aid estate, will please t!!ell tin-in, Geography, History, English Grammar David E. M. Scott antI others. 1 Pecan Nuts,
(
of the late Robert Fisher, will u legally attested, to the adiajii.trat'r.VANS 15 00 '
TX this it 10 Drums Figs
Irpsenttheir Sight Exchange cau e, appearing from the allegations of r
final account and vouchers to the Judge RA DFLJ. Fourth CTM fJjx-lling Reading, Writing, 10 00 JL of the bill verified by affidavit of 15 bbU Rectified Whiskey, .
and ask for NEW YORK SAVANNAH and December 21 1 ,isV). Mu>u% Complainant, T*
Probate Court, a discharge from said es ON sale, in sums to suit, byTHOMAS MACON --- --- 50 f Fn-ncli, !0 00 that Defendant, E. M. Sc'Ott. does not res-it le in the; Landing from Schooner Tallahassee and Iw lMcNAUGHT
---- --- 10 00 ORJKtfRNewport
tate. State of :Florida hut has fled to A
R. W. FISHER J. PERKINS Notice. BY TIlE TRUSTEES. parts unknown not
} 3
out of the United States ,January 25,1851.
W. E. FIShER Jbum n. October, 40 Agent Marine January II, I8H. 1 tf : _
5 IS5. Bank.JETNA
ALL persons, creditor, legatees, entitled lo dU It is therefore Ordered, That the said David E. )J. -- -
-- ------ ----- I1irL
July 20. 1SVI. 2S fim otherwise interested in Ire estate i For Sale to arrive Schooner i \
INSURANCE 0 Notice. Scott appear and :answer plead or demur to said Bill] per
COMPANY, of Aaron R. C. Scott, late of Jerleison County, FIn before SACKS Salt
Notice. on or the first Monday in June next, or tile Liverpool
HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT. rida, deceased, are hereby notified to exhibit I their A..LL creditorsand 1 legatees and perstna entitled same will be taken fur confessed a* to lam and set 1000 10 tierces and 5 barrels

S- IX month after datethe undersigned will make BUILDINGS, Stocks, and Cotton in Warc-bouse claims and demands:within two 3ears from (his date out of I the estate of Oscar Fillyaw, down for hearing ex pane: Provided That this Order 3 qr.casks Pale and Brown ce.Wj.
I .
to the Court of Probale of Leon to deceased of' Gadsden County, are hereby notifiedthat
application 3 insured against loss by fire. undesignedor (the same will be barred; and be for four months in 6t 44 U tt S
published
for letters of dismission as administrator of> all indebted their claims and demands will be barred at the weekly some newspaper -
3ounty 'to said deceased
LEWIS &. persons are requestedlo 1 bale Domestics,
AMES, published in Tallahassee prior to said first Monday heavy striped
the estate ol Joseph W. Lea, deceased. make immediate expiration of two years from the dale hereof unless
January 26, 1550. 3 payment. 1 : "
Agents Tallahassee.Blackamithing. in June.January Mariner
.
JOHN McDOUGALL, Adm'r. ALEXANDER AdmV. the same be exhibited to the subscribers within that in S da Ca.C1'

November '. ISry). 4: fim Jefferson County, January SCOT 3m time; and all persons having any demands against I : 8th, 1851. The latter goods are manufactured 1\
1,1851. the said estate are also notified to present them for THOMAS BALTZELL, Judge. lina by negro labor and are sent as sample
? Bagging & Bale Rope. settlement without A true copy: the attention of our friends to them.
n HEundersIpnedrespeclfullyinforms To Planters. delay.OWEN C. O. FIFE. Clerk. McNAUGHTNewport. tt O.ro.'Q.

16 Bales Gunny Sea Island Baspinij do t -L the public generally that, having; THE undersigned have just rpeive(their Fall JAMES FILLYAW FILLYAW,, January 18.1851. 2 4m Jannary 2$. 1831. 3.-
20 [employed a Horse "
ps superior Shoer, he j is p of Plantation Goods, they offer Executors of I last Will and AND CAW.J"1 J
f 0 Kentucky do. to execute all Testament. Notice. SHOES, HATS,
now work in
ps. prepared that line in ale
'lor BOOTS
60 Coils for pale and usual a I on accommodating terms, consisting in pat t Gadsden County, January, 18 l. 52 &t and for sale by
hV superior manner, on terms.
It.J[ & ORMOND. o( the following: QJIX months after date,the undersigned, Administrator GEORGE H. B.-t'Wlct

Newport, Dec 28, 185Q.c AUGtI tf. June 29, JS50. 25 F.If PAYNE. Blankets-London, Duffil], Mackinaw, ud Grey. Farming Implements. KJ of the estate of Walter R Blackburn will present January 18,1851. 2 tf _
P/nin-an wool and heavy.A'eseysWashinton NORFOLK No.2 Turning Plows,Buzzard Sweeps his final account and vouchers to the Judge of Probate

Notice. striped and Georgia. ,Axes,Hoes, Spades Rakes, Forks: of Jefferson County, and ask for a discharge from Notice.
Notice. Lintey-fancy phids and plain colors. said estate. t
Comsheller9Strawcutter8IIandnuilH that
TIIEcopartncrsliip which lias e .d.under the name ALL persons indebted to the estate of Alexander Cotton 0lnaburg3,brown shirlings, prints, flannels I, Waggoner's crews;Trace, Log, ,Fifth Burr and Millstones Breast: ELIAS LASTINGER. THE undersigned offices will hereby be give for notice the J* **L'rf

4 b PRATORUS. is. ihi* day late of the Crunty of in I handkerchiefs.shawls, negro caps and wool hats,and Chains; Wheelbarrows, Cartwheels,'WcDpullici, Ac, _February I, 1851. 4 6m official business from 9 to 2 open o'clock, every .Jiday's 5,9.,
dissolved mutual tothcnhove a large stock of UI.
by C.nt Al1Jnsiacbte the State of Florida, deceae are dtirf to make rI8 HEI&RUST. Just received and for sale by -
will October Notice. excepted.
ploaM I B. 1S50.
fr immediate payment of same to undersigned, _____ McNAUGHT & ORMOND. and of regulLr and
the ftettlumuntof the indebted The necessity propriety bl
BulL vho wi Attd t concr Executors of said estate. All persons, M well also -C Newport, Dec. 28, 1850. fil u: ALL persons to the estate of Benjamin hours of business in public offices are
J. B. BULL the heirs and legatees' named in the last will and testament Notice. .Thompson late of Gadsden County deceased to requae' plat

S J. PRETORIUS, of said deceased, having claim against the months after date.applicalion will be made fo Notice. are hereby requested to come forward, and make immediate law and usage, and are too obvious

Kovemlx-r I 9, 18M. 4G said estate, are requested to present .the same to the I SIX Honorable Judge of Probate of SIX months from this date, I shall apply to the payment to the subscriber; and all persons ation.C w DOWNING Seev1 SJJI.JOH

----------- said Executors within two years from the date here. County by the undersigne Administrator Jeteuon.. :e of Probate Gadsden County for letters having demands,either creditors or distributees,against BEARD Col1lJ'.rol1tt. '

Salt. of, or this notice will be plead in bar nf any mch I Ellis, dttte 1t sid Cojnty, for discharge of dismission from the administration( the raid estate are hereby notified to present them nthe HAYWARD;1T'dIII .
eltateof.Jobn W. R.
BuJieU Turk' r"land Salt for tale hv claims. THOMAS P. KENNEDY, from sid administratorship. B. Durr, deceased. time prescribed by law, or their payment will be D S. WALKER. Rtf.M.eC

2000 MeN"AUGHT k ORMOXD.Dec. ELLEN MARTIN, CHARLES L. POWELL. M. A. BURR Adminisfr tcr. barred'W. i'S.11AYAR1 .t.lnlt

. 26,1650. 61 tf. Tampa F.., Nov. 3'', 1650. 4 12t Executor Jefiuicn County, Octcbtt 25,1550. 42 6m Gad_den Tounly( January 1&, 1831. 2 Cm, R KILCREASE. AdmV. I 1851. 4
:e"rt Gadaden County, January 2J, 1851. 9 8t February ,