The Floridian & journal
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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: March 29, 1851
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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.
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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CONSTITUTION, immediately-- preceding the session at which the same may be applied I ernor of the Territory of Honda or to any other officer in his official I District or County for which he shall be chosen-, nndshal have at.

FOR THE PEOPLE OF FLORIDA. for. capacity, shall pass over to the Governor or other proper State twined the ago of twenty-five years.
CIt POSH OF GOVEBNMEKT 3. No Banking corporation shall be created or continue which is authority, and to their successors in office for the uses therein respectively I SEC. 1. He it further enacted, That the sixth clause of the afore.

composed of a less number than twenty individuals, a majority of : expressed, and may be sued for, and recovered accordingly I said article be so amended as to read as follows viz: The classification .
ARTICLE VII. whom at least, shall be residents of the State ; and no other corporation I I ; and all criminal prosecutions and penal actions, which have I of Senators, as made at the first session of the General Assembly
Militia.Ml shall be created or continue composed of a less number than I arisen, or which may arise i before the organization of the Judicial i held in the year 184r, shall continue unchanged; one-half of

Militia officers shall be elected by the persons subject to ten, of whom at least fire shall ba residents of this State. I Department under this Constitution, and which shall then b dejwn- I whom, as nearly as possible, shall be chosen forever hereafter biennially
1 duty' within the bounds of tluir several companies, baltalre"iine'nts 4. No Hank Chatter, or any act of incorporation granting exclusive ding, may be prosecuted to judgment and execution in te name of for the term of four years: Provided 11OU'ert'r,and it U hereby
Ttarv I i brigades and divisions, under Mich rules and rcguJ privileges, shall be granted for a longer period than twenty I the State II declared that the term of office of that class of Senators unexpired

J j r1n' the 1 General I Assembly may, from time to time, (.lrttd:11I. d years and no ]lank Charter bhall! ever be extended or renewed. I .1 All officers, c .i and military, now holding their offices and appointments : at the first election under the amended Constitution, shall extend to, .
laUon< as. I 5. The Charters of Hanks granted by the General Assembly shall in the Territory, under the authority of the United States, i and expire on the first Monday in October, eighteen hundred and
fstAb1i, b.The Governor shall appoint nil the officers of the executive restrict such Hanks to the bus-hsess of exchange, di,ccunt and deposit l !! or under the authority of the Territory shall continue to }hold and

"ff. tie Adjutant (icneml, and i'acmastcr Gl'I1C'r:11, ,110 I and then shall not speculate or deal in real estate or the stock of nthcr I| exercise their respective offices and appointments until superceded I fifty.SEC.. 5. Be it further enacted, That the first election for Assemblymen .

be(xre nppoil1 It l'd ii) the Go\'rnor. by., mal with the advice and I corporations or associations, or in merchandise: chattels, or be : under this Constitution ; and all actions at lWOI suits in chn.ncer.o\\ under this amended Constitution,shall take place on the first

hall oi{the} -'l U1ill'. The majors genera 1 and brigadiers, general i I concerned in insurance manufacturing, exportation or importation, i or In)proceeding }'neing. or which may lending{ in I Monday October eighteen hundred and forty-eight; and the first
CTcotninantii seat officers of regiments, shall appoint such htafT ofli- except of bullion or specie ; shall not act as Trustee in anywise ; !I of Territory of Fnrl may be commenced in or transferred to I session of the General Assembly, under this amended Constitution
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nor shall they own real estate or chattels except such as {shall be such Court of the as have jurisdiction of the I! shall the fourth j
ars ,. he prescribed l 11Y law ; provided, no person shall bo I : may subject- commence on :Monday in November, in the year
n may ion in necessary for their actual use in the transaction of l business,{which 1 I[ matter thereof. eighteen hundred and
e\\\ itaff appointment, unless he huld a comUlis forty-eight
\ o \\>\\f to any I may be pledged as further security, or received towards, or in satis !!i. 5. This Constitution shall be submitted to the people for ratificatioii I I SECOND GEXEH A "F.BLY.-P.t the Senate, by constitutional majoritr. .
she iiue. ARTICLE VIII. faction of previously' contracted debt, or purchased at legal sales :I at the election for Delegate on the first Monday of May next I II December 22, 1S4B. Pa-ed the House cf Representatives, by constitutional
to satisfy such debts, of which they shall }be required to make sale Each qUlft"l'ott.'r bhal express his assent or dissent to the Con- I I majority, December 21846. ,
Tafa'Mii and Rcinntc. within two years after the acquisition thereof. I I 8tittion by directing tl- managers of said election to write opposite THIRD GFVEIHI. A" CTBLT.-Passed the Senateby the constitutional majority
1. The General Assembly shall devise and adopt n system of Rev.eone G. The capital stock of any Bank shall not be l loss than ono hun to his name on the pIl-bnol:, either the word Constitution," or December 21,IS 17. Pa,!'1 the House of Representatives by the constitutional
1 iiivin"-* regard to an, 'qulll1.nd uniform mode of taxation, to be dred thousand dollars, and shall be created only by the actual payment 1 ,Ao comitlion.nd in case the time of election; for Delegate majority Docem'jur 23, IS 17. 0

eneral throughout the State I j' of specie therein, and no Hank shall borrow money to create ; be changed: to any other! day, than the first Monday of May next, .
S 2. No other or greater amount of Tax, or Revenue, shall at any 1 j{i or add to its capital, or to conduct its business, and no loans shall be i then the Judges or Clerks of the County Courts respectively, shall ARTICLE II.
be ltvifd, than may be required for the necessary expenses oLiovcrni'icnt. made on stock. i appoint managers to hold an election on the said first Monday "f o AX ACT to amend the Twelfth Clause of the Fifth Article of the Constitutionof
time I 7. All JialJilitic s of such Hanks shall! be {inyable! in specie, and the :Lay. for ratification of the CnIEtihtion. and said managers shall this State. so that the Judges of the Circuit Courts shall hold their offices fura
( y0 moaov shall be drawn from the Treasury, but in con;cnpiifP |! aggregate of the liabilities and issues of a Hank shall at no time exceed I COllluc said l'diol in the manner provided by the laws of the I term of tight years,instead of during good behavior.
3. of m! appropriation by law and a regular statement of the I double the amount of its capital tock paid in. :, Territory reps
rri its, and t"e; expenditures of all public moneys tbdlbe publish- i 8. No Hank shall make a note or security of any kind for a 1 vote forthwith, ?- '.ittng the original poll-book in the Clerk's I of the Slate of Florida in General Assembly convened That
ec and l led irouiulgated, annually with the laws of the jeucral Assem- smaller sum than five dollars, and the (Jeneral Assembly may -increase : Office of their Counties respectively, and by transmitting a certifi- I the twelfth clause of the fifth articL of the Constitution of this} State
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such restriction to twenty dollars. 0 i rate of the result to the President i of the Convention, 0I who shallforthwith j be so amended as to read as follows viz: That, at the expiration ofI
bly. ; H.' No dividends of profits exceeding ten per centum per annumon o make Proclamation of the same ; and in case the Consti- I the present term of office of the Judges of the Circuit Courts, with

several the capital stock paid in sh.alllloJ made, but all profits over ten tution bo ratified by the People, and immediately after official infor- i the exceptions hereinafter mentioned the Justices of the Supreme

for countv and corporation 'purposes I respectively, and all property I per centum per annum shall be feet apart and retained .as a safety j nation shall have been received that Congress have approved theConstitution Courts and the Judges of the Circuit Courts shall be elected for a
of and shall hold
je taxed upon the principles established in regard to Stale fund. :Itt provided for the admission! of Florida, the President term eight years, their offices for that term, unless
sataLiion. removed under the
10. Stockholders in a bank, when an act of forfeiture of its of this Convention shall! usue writs of election to the proper sooner provisions made in this Constitution for the
ARTICLE IX. j. Charter is committed or when it is dissolved i or expires, shall be in officers in the different Counties, enjoining them to cause an election :[ removal of Judges, by address or impeachment: and for wilful neg
i.iduallyl1d severally liable for the payment: of all its (ItLt. in to IK held for Governor, Representative in Congress, and Members j lect of duty. or other reasonable cause, which shall not be sufficient
Censers oriel ApiwrlionTRfti cf/ Rrpresrnlatiaa.nesea 1. proportion 1 to the stock owned by each of the General; A !('n:111.il each of their respective Counties. The I ground for impeachment the Governor shall remove any of them,
1. Tire (Genera! Assembly' shall in the O thousand eightliusdred 11. Hanks shall be open to inspection under such regulations asmay election shall be laid the first Monday after the lapse of sixty.days I on the address of two-thirds of the General Assembly :"Provided,
and fort' vfive, and every tenth year thereafter, cause an enumeratj'ja I I Governor however, That the cause or causes shall be stated at length in such
be prescribed by law, and it hull! be the duty! of the follow ing the day of the date of the President's I
he made of all the iuhabitanls of the State and to the prncamatiol. address, and entered on the journals of each house: And
, ti i j jvboie !i i to appoint a person or persons, not connected in any minner with and shall: take [dace on the same day throughout the ? : prorided,
nun-Wr of free white inhabitants shall be added three: fifths of 1 i i! any )Hank in the State, to examine at ]least once a year into their. said election "hal be conducted according to the then existing election i I I further, Thai the cause or causes shall be notified to the judge so intended
the l1umlJt'rf slaves, and they shall then proceed to apportion the :, state and condition, and the ollicers of every Hank; shall make quarterly laws: of Territory of Florida : however, that incase : to be removed and he shall be admitted to a hearing in his
lro'idet. ,
r+ireeiitati' Dually among the different counties. according to I II i I returns to the Governor of its state and condition, and the ; of the absence or dUability of the Pf. ( of the Convention, I I own defence, before any vote for such removal shall pass; and in .
such enttik'ratir.i: : giving however one representative every court- j 1 names of the stockholders, and shares held by each.i i! to cause the said e.thu tl be carried into cft'ct. the Secretary of i j such cases, the vote shaH be taken by yeas and nays, and entered on
1\, and jll'rl'ub, lI the number of represt natives on a uniform ratio i 12. Non user for the space of one year, or any act of a corporation 1 this Convention shall discharge the duties hereby imposed upon the the journals of each house respectively.SEC .
(1;i p..pulaun.: according to the foregoing harry, Sand which ratio I or those hang,? the control and management thereof, or intrust- I I President; and in ca shall ii'it 1.(> changed until a new census shall liave; ie&a taken ed therewith ineoiiMstent with or in violation of the pros h.inn3 ofj a committee consisting of five, to wit : Leigh Read George T.Vard, i this amended Constitution shall }be divided by lot into four classes
1 Tb- (ieiieral Assembly dial also. after every *.cK cnumeraiwn. .j this Con>titutioK or of its charters, shall ('lUStit forfeiture, and the 0I James D. V.'cstcott, Jr., 'lliornas Brown, and Leslie Thompson, i -the first class shall hold his or their office or offices for the term
iirnci'ed to hx by law the tiuuil'r ..f Senator:which shall cnn General Assembly shall by general law provide summary pro+ ess or :majority of thorn, ,shall discharge th! duties herein imposed on i of two years, the second for the term of fiur'ears, the third for the j
chute the S-naie of the State of Florida, and vhich fhal) never be |I j for the sequestration of its effects and ns"ets, the appointment of(1m. : the '('cn.4r\ the! Convention, and the Members of the General i i iA term of six jears the fourth for the term of eight years.

lerftiian oiie-f,'uith nor more than one-half of the whole} number of : cers to settle its affairs, and no forfeited charter shall be re.toied.The =sembly, so dt'l.tt'I1.1! l,,t'lr.le on the fourth Monday thereat TniBD GCMT.AL AS-OIBLY.-Parsed the Senate by the constitutional majoritr.
HnusP'If lU'pwfeenlataves ; and they. shall lay off the Suite into i ; The (; December 22, 1S47. Passed the House of Representatives,by the constitutional
tii-j | foregoing provision shall not be construed to prevent the {en- tor, at the! Cit Gnn'rmn'nt on'ror. Representative in | majority, January 6. 131".
the feime: nuuil er (f Senatorial DistlU, as nearly equal) in the num- !| oral Assembly fi..m imposing: ; other restrictions and provisional in! the : Congress, -unl Members of the General: Assembly, shall enter upon I I!. FWaiu GEN EKAL .A5DfBLT.-Pa-aedthel'Iotu'eofEepresentativesbythecam.
bet of inh3bit.iiit> as may be, according to the ratio of representation ; creation of corporations. i, the duties of their respective offices immediately after their election, 'i 1 shtufconal majority December 8, IS 13. Paled the Senatebv the constitutional
esuUisliPil w tlw3 preceding section, each of which Districts; shall j 13. The General; Assembly shall not pledge the faith and credit under the provisions oft tl.i i* Constitution, and shall continue in office i i majority, December 12, ISIS.I J

be enutW to one Senator. of the State, to raise funds in aid of :corporation whatsoever. 0 in the SUIl manner, and during the same {period, they would have I i
3. \\ben rriv Senatorial District shall be composr-d of two or lot The (;I'l1pralfs.'l11h! shall at its first session, have power '! done had twIeen elected on the first Monday in October. iI ARTICLE
morecouimeb, tl,e comities, of which such district coiiMt-ts i j.ullllot : to regulate, restrain and control, J1 associations claiming to exercise !; (i. The ;e 1erl Assembly shall have power; by the votes of two I III. .
lie entirely separated: by any county belonging; to another district, corporate privileges in the State, so as to guard, protect, and secure : thirds of both Houses to accede to such propositions maybe ma i I AN male ACT inhabitant so to amend, being the citizen Con-titntion* of the of United thi State States as to, who exten.I shall to all have free resided irhiteI

jmdoocouah. shah be diiided in forming a district I the i intetests of the people of the Stole, not ,"iulating'eited rights, +i by the Congress of the United States, upon the admission i within this State one year, the elective franchise.
4. No new county shall be entitled lo separate representation or impairing the obligation of contracts. State of Florida into the National confederacy and Union, if they I
til its the ratio of representation, then existing nor 0AHTJCLE SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House cif Represent- a
population equal ; XIV shill be) deemed rl'asola1JIC and just, arid to make declaration of
thalJ any. county be reduced in population by division, below the such assent by law ; and such declaration when made shall be binding atives of the Slate of Florida in General Assembly convened, That
Amendments and Rerision of the Constitution. the first clause of the sixth article of the Constitution be so amendedas
cusan;; ratiix; upon the people and the State of Florida as a compact ; and the
5. Intil the apportionment of representation by the G'neta1s., 1. No Convention of the people shall be called, unless by the J I Governor; of the State of shall notify the President of the i' follows viz : Every free white male person of the age of twenly-
feml'lv. as directed in the foregoing section, the several counties concurrence of two-thirds, of each house of the (;'npTll's'mhh'. L States ofthe Act Fnrhll., ieneral Assembly. relating thereto one years and upwards, and who shall be at the time of offering
shall be entitled to the following Representatives, viz:-E cmn1Jia I '. No part of this Constitution shall be altered, unless a }bill to alter I : niet( cae of declining to accede to such propositions or part; to vole, a citizen of the Unite! State, and who shall have resided

three, UaJlua one, Washington one, Jackson three Franklin two, the same, shall have been read three times in the House of Representatives i thereof, the t General l Assembly shall instruct the Senators and any Representative I and had his habitation, donned home, and place of permanent
Caliioan two, (;laJ den four, Leon six, JefTerson three(, Madison one, and three times in the Senate, and agreed to by two- : of the State of Florida in Congress, to procure such modification i abode in Florida for one year next preceding the election at which he,
Hamilt.Ki! one, Columbia two, Alachua two, I uva.I two Nassauone. 1 thirds, of each House of the General; Assembly ; neither shall any or alteration thereof u! may be denned reasonable and just, :' shall offer to vote, and who shall, at such rime, and for six monthsimmediately
:t. Johns three. )tCl. UitO .on(, Dade one, Monroe! fine IIill leo. i alteration take place until the bill so agreed to, be be published! nix and assent them.to, to the ratification of the General Assem- preceding said time, have had his habitation, domicil,
rough one: Aui until the ajiportionmeni of Senators under the I months previous to a Il:election for members' to the llou-e ofRepreentfttiveaj : Lly by law aforesH.; home and j place of permanent abode in the county in which he may
('uso! as afort-Kiid, there shall be bixleu SenltonallJistricts in this i ; and if the alteration proposed by the (;Ieneral Assembly 7. The Courts.0: of this State never entertain jurisdiction of offer to vote, shall be deemed a qualified voter at all elections under

:tale which shall be as follows: I ] bl1.tllllt' agreed to at their first session by twn-thirds of each ; of land, in the S1:11, made hy the King of Spain, orIIY I t this Cosntitution auil none others, except ttn elections by general
any grants
The county of Eseambia shall! compose the first District House of the Gl'lIerll.\fSt'm1Jh", after the same s'.i-ill'! have been read his authority, snb;eqtient to the twenty-fourth day of January, II ticket in the State or District prescribed law, in which cases the
The: couiuics cf Waltuu and Wasliinglon, shall compos the second three times on three several days in each Ilon,e, then and not otherwise eighteen bundled and 'eighteen, nor shall the said Courts receive as elector must have been a resident of the State one year next preceding .
shall of the! I the election and six months within the election district in whichhe
DistiiL the same become a part Constitution.ARTICLE I evidence, in any case, eertaiu grants said to have been made by the
The county of Jackson, shall compose the tl.ird District o XV. said King of Spain, in favor of the Duke of Alagonlhc Count PunonRostro offers to vote: Provided, That no soldier seaman or marine in

The count} of Calhoun, diaU! compose the fourth District The seat of Gorern:;;int. I' and Don Pedro de Vargas, or any title derived from either I the Regular Armor Navy of the United States, unless he were a
elector of this
The cuuuU.0 cf fraKkiin, flail compose the fifth District of said Grants; unless with the express assent of the Congress of the I qualified State previous to his enlistment as such
1. The Seat of Government, of the State Honda shall be and
I soldier seaman or marine in the Regular of the
Army or Navy
The county of Itdsden; shall the sixth DistrictThecoauty States.
comjO-e remain permanent at the city of Tallahassee, for the term and time Unitl I United States or of tile revenue service, shall be considered resident ,
of Leon, shall compose; the seventh District. of live from and after the end of the Done in Convention, !ldJ in pursuance of an act of the Governor a
first session
year, of the (;Ien I I of the State in of being stationed within tie
The county of Jdfcrson, shall compose the eighth District; oral Assembly, to I b" }holden under this Con>titntion ; and after the and Legislative: COlilli of the Territory of Florida, entitled, "Ani i I same. consequence
TIle CNUf: Madison: E!:all compose the ninth District expiration of the said five years, the (;I'Ilt'rtlra1 shall l have i, Act to call : for the" purpose of organizing a State I
Tue cooittf Hamilton shall the tenth District of Senate by constitutional majority, December
compos Government, pt.(1.30th day January, ISOS, and
the Seat of Government; from approved ;
power to remove Tallahassee, and fix 1, 1811 Passed House of Representatives by constitutional raaX-i
The county of t'olunI iia, shall compose the eleventh District the same at any other poiitt ; Provided that the General; Assembly I 2nd: February, eighteen! hundred and thirty-eight December 16, 1846. 0. I
The count \Uehns, shall compose ill? twelfth District shall immediately after the expiration of ten years, from the end of 1! In witness wheieof, the undersigned i thtPresident ofsaid Conveni I THIRD GESEKM.. Gret.T.Pa'scd Senate bycoHstirurinoalmajoritv, Decem 1
Tie county of luvJ, shall compose the thirteenth District I the said first session thereof, ;lix permanently the Seat of Government : i i tion and Deli gates, representing the i jKople of Florida, do hereunto her 21, 18 17. Posted House of Representative by constitutional majuntv, December '
The counu, if Nassau, shall compose the fourteenth LLtrictThecojiitie sign our names, thi} : tl eleventh day of January Anno Domi I 23,1847.Amendments. .r
ofStJ- Johns/ and Mo J quito, fehall comose] the fitteenth ARTICLE XVT.dcncrtil i I ni, eighteen hundred :ld thiitv-nine(, and _of the Independence of !
Drbtnct.The I the uiled Mates of America, the sixty-third year; and the Sec Proposed &Adopted by the Fifth General Assembly.
coautic of Dadc Monroe, and Hillsborough, shall compose Prorisions. T.trJ of said Convention, doth countersign the same. [Not 1J]

the l sixteenth District 1. The General Assembly shall have no po\ver lo pass laws fur I ROI5EUT RAYMOND REID, President. AN ACT to Amend the Eleventh Clara of tIle Fifth Artiste of the Constitution
And cuSenatorial District shall elect one Senator, and the scv- the emancipation of slaves Walker An.frsot! J. ikCants, tif this tate; snij also to Amend An Act Amendatory of the Twelfth Clause
enili met shall be entitled to two.ARTICLE. 2. They shall have no power to prevent emigrants to this,} State, John L.. II il"l.: Jol.n C. (Odl'C, of the Fifth Article of the Constitution of this State anti adopted by the Third
1 G. 13.1Vatt.
JXlil'd ,
1'L.tm Jowph and Fourth General Assemblies, so as to give the Election of the
X. from bringing with them, such persons as may denned slaves by 5tt'I.koJ J. ; Wiiil 15. Hoke. the Juilges to
the Jaws of any one of the United Mates : Provided, they shall have I II holbhw, F.roolcs, l't'f'plc.S.CTIOX
Education power to enact laws to prevent the introduction of any slates who I i CnOlt Emir Itorllett: : Coor-eKikClellan, 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives
'the proc ads of all lands that have been or may hereafter be I may have committed crimes in other S. I I 11'1;'Ikltztk] John F. WtJh. of the State of Florida in General Assembly convened, That
tinted by the r ited States for the UMJ of Schools and a Seminary i t twSemi.'jarit's The General; Assembly shall have:tl1< to laws to SzunL C. liuILunj, Jclm 3L Huter.i the Eleventh Clause of the Fifth Article of the Constitution of taiStn.te.

iutr lfI learning, shall l he and remain a I jicrpctual fund, the j :1 free negroes, mulattoes, and other! persons power of pass fiom emi prevent I i Alfred L.. W".lwill E.I. flarrwn K. White, and also an act entitled "An Act to amend the Twelfth
'rest fviirlitngfther! } with all monies derived from any other grating this Stale, or from being discharged cu.r.on board i i Hdanil. 101; A. "W. Clause of the Fifth Article of the Constitution of this State, so that
source spjjirajfo to the same object, shall be inviolably appropriated in any of the j ports of Honda." anyycs.ed II IIo Banks: Alt"1 It'ld.un Oliver(riMon< the Judges of the Circuit Courts shall hold their offices for the term
to the use of schools and Seminatiesof learning ropeciiiely, audio i Treason against the State t t shall consist only in levying waragainst I I JohnV.. M ih'ne l "Win. Iladdivk, of eight years, instead of during good behavior," be, and the same
no other jraj, pose. .1 it in adhering to its enemies aid and hire; T.VurJ, Jose Sinieiin SanohcE are I hereby, so amended as to read as follows, viz : That on the first
or giving tl1t'l com- j
2-! Jtnckes
The General Assembly shall tike mcli measures as may be fort. No person shall )be convicted; tf tr'nm. ur.less the testimony |I I \ V.'yattJames I). W Jr, Elwi. T.'. Monday in October, in the year one thousand eight hundred and
neeesEary to pre rye from.a tp or damage all laud eo granted and of two witnesses to the l:1nl overt act, or his 01 confession I Ix-itf. i.(ull Ctltt \V. IL NVilliam\ fifty-three, and on the first Monday in October, every sLxvcars thereafter
al'IIf'Oplll1ed to the pur],oses of Education. in open court. A.Holhimy, William )Imi. there shall be elected by the qualified electors of each of the
ARTICLE XI. 5. Divorces from the bonds of mtrimon.lmn not be allowed J,. : I'-irtiidgo, J. B. Ir! \le, respective Judicial Circuits of this State, one Judge of the Circuit

Public Domain and 1Ilferllol1mlrot'cmcll.l.t. but 1 by the judgment of a court as shall be prescribed) by law. I }Vrilliam Carriiigbjii Uuicc C, L.H.!! L Edmund A. Tlionijion.JOSIIVA Bird, Court, who shall reside in the Circuit for which he may be elected

1. It shall J be the July of the General Aesetnbly to provide for the 0.; The (;.lerl Assembly shall declare bylaw, what j parts: of ,. : K:oWL: law and what ,
Prevention the common parts of the not inconsistent sooner removed
of waste and"damage of the public lands now 1'JI'f-NoSl-d, ciyilw. .0
under the made in this
lr that with this Coustitution, shall be in force in .. Constitution for the removal
may hereafter he ceded to the Territory or .State of Florida, ttntt. Amendments to the Constitution of the State of Florida,' of address
Judges"by impeachment : And for wilful of
and it Hari 7. The oaths of officers directed to be taken this Constitution neglect
may l pass laws for the bade of any I or 1 portion thereof; ARTICLE I. other reasonable which
duty, or cause, shall not be sufficient
ad be administered by judge of the of groundfor
b any or justice peace,
such and J:
(f the case provide for the safety, security, appropriation the ) or State of Florida.until otherwise prescribed by law. I AX ACT t amend the Constitution of thin State BO as to make the sessions of impeachment the Governor shall remove any of them on the address
proceeds. Tcrlitor. the General Aoxemblv. biennial in>tead of aluLSECIOX of two-thirds of the General; Assembly: Provided, however
the 2. liberal stem of Internal Improvements being essential] to ARTICLE XVII. 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House ty Qevi'lopment of the resources of the country,.ball be encouraged Schedule and Orlnanl.In of Ihe State of Florida in General Assimbly convened, That and entered on the Journals of each House : And proridtJ. further,
t the Governrueiit of this State, and it shall be the duty of the den"J order that no inconvenience may arise from the organization the second clause of the fourth article of the Constitution of this That the cause, or causes shall be notified to the Judge eo intendedto

o h Assembly, ns soon as practicable, to ascertain by law I proper and establishment of the State Government, it is declared : State be so amended as to read as follows viz: 2nd. The membersof be removed; and he shall be admitted to a hearing in his own de.
ecu of improvement in relation to roads, canals and navigable 1. That all laws and parts of laws, now in force, or which maybe the House of Representatives shall be chosen by the qualified fence, before any vote for such removal shall pas; and in such
ma Breams be and to provide for a suitable application f I of such funds as hereafter passed by the Governor and Legislative Council of the voters, arid shall serve for ihe'term of two years from and after the cases the vote shall be taken by yeas and nays, and entered on tho
J appropriated for such improvements. Territory of Florida, not repugnant to the provisions of this Constitution day of the first election under the amended Constitution, and no Journals each House, respectively

ARTICLE XII. shall continue in force, until by operation of their provisionsor I longer ; and the sessions of the General Assembly "LnllJu biennial Sno. 2. Be further enacted That said election: shall be conduct'? vt ,
boundaries. lmitations. the same hnl cease to be in force, or until the Gen; and commence on the fourth Monday in \" each and and the returns then-of made, in the manner now prescribed,or wL.L:[

L The jurisdiction of tlie State of Florida hall extend over the r Assembly of this shall alter or repeal the same; and all every second year, or al such other times as may be prescribed by may hereafter be prescribed by law, for the election of metnbe? ta
Territories of East and West Honda, which, by the Treaty of AmJtjTi writs, actions, prosecutions judgments, and contracts, shall be, and law. I! Congress; and it shall be the duty of the Governor to'issue a commission
Settlement and Limits, between the Lnited' States and hisCath- continue unimpaired, and all process which has heretofore issued SEC. 2. Be further enacted, That the third clause of the fourth under the seal of the State to the person receiving the hi;h,
> Majesty, on the 22nd day of February, A. D., 1619,were coded i or which may be issued, prior to the last day of the first session of article of the Constitution be amended so that the same tbal readas est number of votes in the Judicial District in which &o 'election ia
to the UniieJ States. the General Assembly of this: Stale, sh-ill be as valid as if issued in follows : 3d. That the I Representatives shall be on the hurt. .

the name of the,State; and nothing in this Constitution Elml impairthe frt Monday in the month of October in each and every second year, Src.3. Be it further enacted, That whenever the General \ssem. i
ARTICLE XIII. obligation of contracts, or ,'iolawctcd rights, of individuals and after the first election u der this amende Constitution, or bly shall create a separate Supreme Court or Chancery Court
Hanks, and other Corporations. or of associations, claiming to exercise corporate privileges on such oilier day as may be directed by der the .provisions of this Constitution 1 the Judge thereof sba l un bo
L The General Assembly shall l pass a general law for the incorP in this State. SJc 3. Be further enacted, That the fifth clause of the aforesaid .! elected 1 in the manner provided lu the first section of this and
ration of all Mich churches and religious or other societies as may 2. All fines, penalties, forfeitures, obligations, and CSclClt ac article be so amended as to read as followsiz : The Senators shall. I hold their ofliccs for the same term, and be subject toall tho ,
acre jt thereof; bat no special act of incorporation thereof shall be truing to the Territory of Florida, shall accrue t use the shall be chosen by the qualified electors for the term of four y'ar provisions of said first section : Provided howxr, That the Judges i
1a(:. State of Florida, at the same time in the same manner, and in the same place where of IheSujv-eme Court shall be elected hy general ticket; and the
2. The GeneralAs6embly shall pass no act of incorporation, ortake 3. Al recognizances heretofore or which may be taken before they vote for members of the House of Representatives, and no person Judges of tho Chancery Court shall ho elected by general ticket,
any alteration therein, unless with the assent of at least two. organization of the Judicial Department under this Constitution shall be a Senator unless he be a white man, a citizen of the by Districts, as the Legislature may direct or
thirds of each House;and unless public notice in one or more news. shall remain valid, and shall pass over to, and may be prosecuted I United States, and shall have been an inhabitant of this State for two SEC. 4. Be further enacted That should} a occur' i ;t

Pipers iu the Stale shall Lave been given for at least three month b I I in the name of the State; and all bonds, eecuted to the Gov I years nest preceding his election, and the last yearn resident of the either the Supreme, Chancery, or Circuit Court, bv vacancy death, resign, tri ..i-1.': :





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i the & false. Wo Trial of Simon Taylor. Doing things ia a Berry-
?Jiuet. is protest
I t'b; rerarivll, or otherwise shall he the duty Ui cjflfl'flt( [. 1101 Flod n humiliating as its Taylor, who had been indicted at the, April Congress sometiues passes laws
Supreme Court-Important Decision. and in WitspithiLy
of the Governor to i istie n wit election to against it in forms a ra-
; ---- -- In the matter of John Ineratity, administrator Term, 1810, of the late Superior Court, astonishing 1 13 quiet po1e in the
fl! such vacancy and Le b'azill give :i; I'-'tM' .tI :- -- ---- width and breadth-as tho worst of ulraisJ Lot k
notirc ( of John Foibes, the opinion of the. Supreme the murder of Hugh Rose, returned to this wood.i. Perhaps tie qllickest
fivty J4\* thwvi.f by proclamation, TALLAHASSEE : and justifying it in its worst features-as piece ot I Ilation
andthe\ Judge so elected t\J .till such! vncr.ncyldiall I I "*V "* X Court was 'e tefb. pronounced by hideoUs defornmitv.As .- County the latter part of last month, and informed ever recordtd,was the egis.
Federalism in its most passage of
i1r I JusticeTnojirsox.The ,
continue in office from the ti.nc he qua.- j SATURDAY, MARCH 29 1S51. the Sheriffof his readiness to be taken Light House Bill throujh the U.
ifies under his cmnmivion, which shall! be is. _u- __ ____ petition prayed for the transfer and such we shall use no terms with it In S. "l'nate
, rued immediately) niter tho fin.nl) canvass of the -: C.t We are indebted to the II 011. iC. C. (delivery of the District Court ol the UnitedStntes'for our next, this subject will probably be pursued into custody to abide the issue of las trial upon The motion was made ti j take it up and car.

.. the Dtsltict of Florida the alleged otr Some efforts had ned ; it was read a fiist, second
hi nce. tLiri
votes by whiih ? tvtuni i i. determined: Protided \ Cabell, valuable public documents and to ortlr further. and
t i.oN'N.'f'111:11 should, it become ncccs- from Jllinois of the record of judgment and proceedings been made in South Carolina to arrest him, time and passed ; sent b the House for tfc
: the lion. S. A. Douglass senator
the Court of of the Union.
,. fill fitch before election !I of Appeals lute Territorial Washington i of the
try 'lo any vacancy an which, we learn, were abandoned by the per. signature Speaker and for enrolment-
for of his fjxjech Chicago, on Government of Florida in The UITCUIK the fail -
be held under the pro\.jjonsof this Consti. ; a copy a cause veteran owing to *
cnn returned to the Senate
I son at whose instance they were made. signed by its
tution, the Governor shall have the j power to the Fugitive slave Liii.I wherein Curtis and Grisvvold; Trustees of the I ure of Congress to grant him relief from his presj.
The trial took the 2nd instant. dent, and sent to the President
Land place on ,
--- Apalachicola Company within
-- --- --- were appcU
fill such tlie I l
vacancy by appointment person ruinous-printing contract, has been compelled
BeaovalofDr. Nash lants, and John administrator of There much for the of/re minutes. The motion bit
so appointed shall hold his office from ti.! I Inl'rrit. I was sympathy expressed space to
withdraw from the Union
I date of his commission until! bis successor shall Tliis community was surprised, on the ar- John Forbes, and were respondents to newspaper, as prisoner, especially by his old friends. The up was made five minutes before the .
be elected nnd qualified. j rival of last Sunday's mail, to learn that the removed by appeal from the Supcrior well as all connection with the press. With eipjra.tion
duly i iSnc. jury, however, was composed of men who of Congress.
f,. He it further enacted, Tliat the I't>. : last democratic office-hoiJer inl'loriJa. whose Court of tho Western District for Es. the retiring editor the country has been acquainted -
cambia to the said Court of.\ had but little and for the most part no know.
of said amend the twelfth'clauEe County ppe:1ls.The half he has The
rond for
section net to office afforded an approach to compensation, near a century- [ : Independent, BeecWi
0 of the Constitution of this State and] cause referred to in the petition was ledge of the circumstances of the case even law" in New-
J i dismissal been connected with the fortysevenyears. higher paper York, declani
adopted the third and fourth General Asheaillies !i had received an taken by appeal to the Supreme Court of the press through the cllannel of rnmor. The prosecution that a dissolution of this Union is
: from the that be Washington. United States and there when His bitterest enemies will concede to I inevitat,}
:1s:1fofl'slid. he :uidthc same i is noliy powers pending. was conducted by tile Solicitor for the -that the moral feeling at the North
; is the Kev. D Florida became a State. It was decided in him the possession of the highest grade of cannot
abolished ; )but it hereby provided that i The jHrson thus guillotined : State, SAM'L. B. STEPHENS, Esq., with ability and will not longer unite with slavery-that'
tlis General; Assembly shall, by the concur- ,: NASH, the excellent Postmaster in this city. isis ; the decree of the Court of Appeals talent, mil a bold unshrinking spirit in expressing a union of freedom and slavery is incompatj.ble .
and mandate and without fear or favor on account of
0 rest vote of the two Houses thereof, .ntitsj! fc'oon after the advent of the present dynast was nll'tl, a was issued to I! what he thinks and believes to be nvwally and religiously) and that djsa.tiion .
the District Court of the United States the of the in the walksof
commanding high position prisoner
ElI i
next: regular session, tied some to : I will take rl.ice peaceably the
person ) Ills contributed to as
the I estimation in which't 1 tight. powerful pen moral
was I :
ty, so high said Couit to to the I
the vacancy which will occurbyexpiration of proceed execution .* society. We observed in him the most I feeling of the North revolts at war and
't: Dr. N. hi Id 1.cthlt a petition was of the decree. The points decided j large extent in securing: the passage of the the
tlie term oV ofile of that! Judge who may : upon determined disposition to perform) his duty to shedding of human blood. This is a fair

draw the two year term,under the provis-ioijs i j:; gotten up, we believe by whig*-, and signed! : this application! 'ere-1t. That the late I late measures for healing the "bleeding i the State. The several witnesses examined I cimen of religious Abolitionism run nwd.spa.

of said second t'l..tionllich is }hcrviuabove I'i indiscriminately) by both patties, and sent on Territorial: Government; was tit (:rttll' of wounds' of the countr Hut for his aid we This .
declared lh abulislicd. i il the Government; : i-f the : :'tlt"sto i in behalf of the prosecution were clear in the Independent" newspaper ia owned J
to < I do not believe that: those wouldhave
to "r afhinton. The to this was
response continue existence during the Ifasttre of and controlled by I>oxven & McXamee .
ill occurred and ,
,.Passed the j statement of the facts as they extensive
Finn Go-nut \ cz.nu Scnaty ,
j thcl the wishes i of our conimit- ( until the I admis-ion 01' J leeti enacted into laws-at )least they I dealers in silk in New York
< .C: the llmme cf H'*]tebI..rtathu bv*' the Co:1stitCiur..11 j: nity would be respected, but w e now have tory into the Union as a State. I II I I I would not have received tIle support of years great wealth has been acquired by SoutHcrj

ttj ; i y. D.cenbtr S3, 1650. I j jrvn I i further evidence of the hollovvnes-s of tho I I 2That the powei exercised by the Fl.t.I Southern men to the extent they did. The occurrence, there was no conflict between I trade and the products of slave labor. TW
j eral J functionaries! i : the aJli i n their statements. Had the case concludedhere
: of Administration: whose I I fl'r :: ( 0 professions an be considered fair
'f [ _.] i-.to the exercised may specimens of "dj.
I.I Io:1.h: wee byj;, I the prisoner would Lave been hung, asa
the influence he has wieldtrtr her
A'S ACT! to aarnd Le Seventeenth Clacsc d the j ji ;: lying cry, pending the .lection, ,'as" No cnj tat authority, under the State Constitution, among matter of The witnesses of the turned sakmtL"TENNE'EE.ThC
n1.L i Article ff tba C( uiutict4; : cf this fctata I i j: rules to punish-no friends to reward-nothing :11)\) virtue of the express provisions of the representatives and people. 'rethink it was I course.

crl0: 1. Ke it caacUd lytkc XcnGte and i i2louss !I to serve but our country!I" With this schedule and ordinance, in order that no inconvenience j time Columbus, Times that charged the Union State knew nothing! of the causes inducing the J.kn1ocra&Conveticn

of llrpresrnlatires f'l .S'c.'f r FlQ. hypocritical promise in their lips, they have might ;tri -e from a change of'I' and Richmond Jlwjuirervtli; \ thtM-espoir-ibil- killing, they were eye witnesses to the act I of Tennessee has nominated Gov. Trousdala

rida in icncral Ansfitibltj convened, That the ''tver1IiIenL rut this! purpose, and -rowe of the of the bills merely. The defence was conductd! with for re-election to- the office which ho nosy
ity compromise
ifcventecniii Clause of the Fi'.th: Article of thtGoastitafion pureued a coarse of proscription without a I. passage j'
the! Federal continued, andacted
\ricr and research well LoW
\I : \\'r great patience as as ,
of tin itatc bc, and the same i isihsrtby i parallel, save dm ing the brief nign of one I!, :i Stte and with preventing that harmonious Southern jo I
: 11IC'r and! ability, by D. S. Walker, James T. The Convention resolved that!
so amea:Jd as to read as follows, to month under Harrison, iu which time threethouaid i II .Jd.: TIa' f"'OJ.: ofthe Territorial Courts action anterior to their passage necessary J.r.1 won1j

wit: *' There shall ,e oiu> Solicitor for each >\ postmasters wire )brought to the are leco.d* of the (;('IHGowrmwlt I : and i to have accomplished their defeat. 15e cher, and H. S. Haywaru, Es ,. All t.e!: circumstances abMe by the compromise! measures of the last
Circuit, who tvhaJJ reside t therein and diall bo ', block. In this State there i is now not a deinoer.it I: the :'.:-ent of Coi'gre
elected by th qufllllieti voters of such Cicruit, transfer: to any other C i-urt. Uj jon the: atfldiiil !l. !I the motives in their advoca- with arm=, l Iving in w.itit! arms'occuning does the same ; bat should the North etada.
on the first f Monday! ia October, in the year in office whose place is coveted by the j of :i State into the 1 (Uhion, the con-i I II I by [purest
l and had he remained in of the almost weekly for the long period of six the Compromise, or repeal the! same, aboliih
one thousand eight hun-la-d and Cfty-tnrec, most valid whig-Dr. Nvn was thp sole! 1;, currence of both the State and Feder.il) Gov- j cy, ) charge I
and every four years thereafter, or at such I;i survivor of the race whose post was worth the eminent i is requisite to the transfer of records: i! Union: he would h-ive insisted on the fulfillj months or more, were clearly established by slavery ia the District of Columbia, or refctf

tunes a :the ( ffiC'rnlseemM\' mny by law :: having. But the (.{Tort to oust him had to I I i in cac? of appropriate State jurisdiction. j mentto the very letter, of the only one of the the! vutwss?, at.d connected tnftrced by to admit new States !because they! were slavo!

prescribe, and thdl receive for his set vices a.:i be wade coveitly, for had it 1 been known we !I 1th. The Congess! of the United States ; measures in the whole batch; ((the the counsel for the prisoner. The most material States, they would adopt such measures of
compensation to be fixed by 1:1'I: I j h of 1817, authorized fW"ith'c'l
j I thee : : thing not the defence and redress the h&cor
I clearly impressed and
: ) I slave ,) which pretended to do iifOU as
11'eI i safety
See. have the that would
: t! lie it further t'/iarlrll. That such ;; assurance a quietus t[ htl: of ; of records and I
l'J".l'S j jpending
elections shall! be held and conducted, and !: been put to it by, whigs here whose influence :' causes: CClttl to lie &M''ft Court of: t the I I i the South. His retiring at the present inter.etiug I II. minds of all who heard the evidence was : cf the South would require.j I

the returns tlter**Hf mmlV. in the same manner i i ius i is not to bo spurned Washington, or bv United States, the case Ettc.d in the petition 1 )period 1 will 1 create a vacancy at the j I.I whether the circumstances surrounding Ta v lor II j !&: .teeordingtothelatestexposjtjon

is now prescribe*! by law, or may hereafter'be i' of clis of ,I at the time of the killing, did him with I' of
the dapper who in being) one a cases t provi- jeat of Government which few men cnn possess 1 I "
struts supI
young ll'rt1 I the union of the States and the
prescribed law. far the election of rights of tta!
by .
member -> i vided for. exercise of
to Congress from this ,tate. ,II I the Congressional 1 robes from this Jrtate, and I Congress was TI.l a rightful) exercise power of II))j ply. His successor, A. J. Donelson, Esq., the belief that he was III immediate danger of J I States," says the Southern Press, it is Leli

Punt (?rMot L AS.5r.11 :. '.-Pa.-Hil tljc Senate l>v I'. who has doubtless been the: instrument in ef- I I, and so far as Coniriess has not (power ; !! whose brief salutatory appears below, though his life. Such a nice question as this, which, ; that in all controversies between the Federal
the C51.- this dismissal. A I 1ll.t I 1:1 gentleman of the will with due deference to criminal law, we think :
faithful I
the feeling more obli- these records as belonging to the 'I'r.1 : highest reputation, I I I Government and! a State, the latter las the
1'a..J JIou"- (
(If ipn! >cntatjvcs by the C\'n5tilu-i i
twoal majiinty, January Ito"l' !,.: ging officer than the one expelled] could not I COWIt.'n; it 1m) lie legarded asn sane- ;r f find it no small labor to maintain the character :I I Is rather metaphysical in its character, must II ight to adopt resolutions-and the foncertopass

tion of the aciion State authority over the necessarily be determined by the nerve exhibited
---- -- be found in this or any other t:1tls a 3 |I the Union has acquired in the hands of his lavs. .

Telegraphic Itens. j i man: and as a Christian, he is beloved and I subject. j I t predecessor. by T:1lor" amid all the circcmstances
Ntvv YlllInrc1.. IS. j f>th. The rC'onl.and papers of the Terti- 'I from the to the NEW 1I.I1'sll1mThe New York Tribune -
Jeetccmcd ) rich and transpiring beginning up conclusion
i by Though democrat the Union
poor. tonal Com Having purchaced Washington
The sales of cotton tu amounted .0000laJes. I t diilot pass to any court or in the
to summing results of the Sew
of the afFair If he had been up
at an advance of l31.lidtIliug t'p- l.is principles have been exhibited in a I couits, until tlil government whose records I take the liberty of announcing to its readers I possessed
liihor :! and to the public that I shall take of the nerve of a Jasper perliap,lie would Hampshire Election, remarks:
land, 11 a 11!. I i I quiet, unobtrusive manner, becoming the dignity j they were, poviIed, : {xlr'HI.or bv possession I
.M. ). Xoan, the well known editor died : cia Minister of the Co; pd. Put these ,. implication: for the transfer, : I j of it on the 15th of April 11JPxt, by which pe- I not have been in fear of LU life under any of So much-be the Legislature and Governor -
J action of 1 sOle other tribunals) ; and, consc.quently I rind I shall ar ange my private affairs so that the circumstances. as they may-is secure. There is a
today.Ciurux !I eminent! qualities, and the earnest wishes i of I. the! more fact: that the cou.ts of theI :j they will not interfere with! my duties as edi I. popular tunj riJWng:r st the Fugitive Slave

the abductor of the lion Messrs- :! nine tenths of this community for his retcnj Stale become jmsxetsed. of such records did) I i itor. G;l"n. Robert Armstrong of Tenne.-ee, After the argument of the causc,the Judge Law, and there are two members of Congress

Toojir.s and Sxr-njEXs' negroe from 'Vaslj! !j j i tion by the DepartnentVMC not sufficient I| not warrant jurisdiction; nor was the :mode I I i will be associated with me as equal propriei I delivered his charge to the jury, who retired chosen to express that sentiment from Districts

lagton balled City indicted (or the ofienee, and 1!\: to atone for the fact that, as a democrat, he j by which they- are said to have become so i (tor of the cbtablishmcnt- to consider of 'verdict. They were not manipulated esjTessly to do the ether

failed to npp:1T.rbe bonds being : j po.-svs.sed, righlful i and I In }becoming the purchaser of this paper, II thin!.
than hour in
could be ) proper.j engaged more an coming to a
net how
for cine:''C n tlnu:and dollars were consequently :.: brought to to Bad, nor to j I The} Supreme Court of Florida 1 I is not I fear that I assume a task as its editor greatly '* uch is the general result of the fnt

iof-tI..1 worship% the false Gods; set up 1 by the Priests the 011.successor of the Court Appeals of the too much for my pror abilities; but I could conclusion upon the evidence,.when they returned State election in 1651-a. Whig gain in Congress .

,I Washington, and adoVd by the faithful in Territory, and cannot avvatd process to execute I' not decline it, pressed upon me, as it has I from jury-room, and by their foreman and in the State Leg'slatare major.

\EW YORK, March 10. i i i Florida. the decrees of thai Com I. I been, by the friends of the Democratic party, I declared, We the jury find the prisoner ity against the Fugitive Slave: Law-snd a

8 The tales of cotton to-day were tOO bales I i irt 1 The charge or charges made against Dr. 7th. The act of the C;l'crl Assembly) of'I I I and constrained, :15fr.. Ritchie conceives not guilty." Taylor had sustained his self- decided impulse to the cause cf Independenceof

an advance j|. ItietJJS? a 3-r'(;. 'Tu-. I, February I&I., Sec. 13, does not place j himself to be, to retire from the press. I cannot i possession remarkably well until the announcement party shackle We hail it as an indication .
N. of
penlbe, 3G. Iloao h lower, and 2.00 bbls. I!i course are not known except to thorfwho the r.cod.; therein mentioned in the u'tOoh t llatler myself that I can bring into service I of healthful vigor in the body\'Outic,anti

of Xewb rn were Fold at }.I j. At auction .,: have procured )his ejection. Hut whatever of the Supreme Court, nor does it < -i a power equal to that of the veteran I ofthe verdict,when,preceded by a stifled as auguring well for 1S52."

iioOO bags Hio Coffee brought 10| all. ,]:I may be their character, they will be any judicial action upon them. The clerk of I whom 1 succeed ; but I hope l by my industry : cry, the tears flowed freely from his eys, and Settlers on U. S. lands.

HAMILTON FISH was to-day elected United ;found to be llimsy and unsubstantial.: His the Supreme Couit i i3 merely made the keeper I and zeal not to disappoint altogether the hopes I lat the same instant the CourtRoom resounded The Secretary of the Interior has decided

ElAtes .Senator for six j! of the records, &c.: of the Court of Appeals : of those to whose counsels I have vielded. with the and cheers of the who
.years.'llie successor is THOMAS II raps many
j A y WARD, Kq., merchant that settlers U. S. Lands have
It is not intended this occasion to on pennLfcioa
but such he is th1 I on
Massachusetts Senatorial election has ; as not :mcll1Jll to say sympathized with 1dm.OHmo.lienjamnin .
been sjaia postponed for a fort uight. I of this city-a gentleman of amiable j Court, and might refuse to obey its mwJatt I more than; is proper to apprise the public of to take as much timber as may be necessarj

character and high wotth, and well qualifiedto in relation thereto. the disposition which has been made h.y11'. I F. Wade has been elected for their own use or for public improvomenls. -

NEW YORK, :3krcli2O. discharge the arduous duties of the office Motion denied.AMHKOX Ilithie of the paper he has so long and so ably I a U. S. Senator from Ohio for six years .

The J-aliis of cotton t o..bprl'.iOOO bales : to which he is appointed. Ch. J., having been of counsel conducted, and which has been devoted from the 4th of March last. Of his politics, ,
I for one of tLc patties: in this case, did not tit "itho much zeal to the cause of Deniocraey. -I From the _.tUVU.taParty CvnjtitutloiuiKii.
Fair Upland, 12| Fair Oileans IJJJ.Hocr .
; Nomination in the When placed) in of the estnL.i the Xew York Tribune says:
lias declined G|. Oilier articles I Virginia. upon heating of this petition! ; the Courtwas possession Principles in Georgia.
unchanged. We are rejoiced to see by the proceedings composed of 'l'IIOMJ'oN and :h: Dn:., i I lialinietit, 1 shall state at length the general I Judge Wade is a Freesoil Whig, and a The two conflicting creeds.Democracy and

i of the Democratic Convention of the Metro- Justices, and B.\KJI Judge of the 3Iiddle principles which ill control its political ac. I determined opponent of the Fugitive Slave Federalism, have always divided public send-'

District Circuit. tion. The>o principles will, I hope, have a, Law, but has never perceived that his Fr((. ment ia this country, and always will, \W*
New YORK in
March 21. politan
j that the faithful)
tendency to promote the union of all good[ !| principles could bt promoted by aban- the government stands. They have, under
The tales of cotton to-day amounted tu ', and devoted Snuno.v )has been unaniinouslvrenominated M'e have not space fur an extended notice republicans, and heal) those divisions which i doning and opposing thi- Whig party, of which 1 I! various names and circumstances, contended

4000 bales, at $ advance. Oilier articles are> for Congress. It i i-,wdl known of the: views of the Supreme Court as thusiuiiiujntiecul. I i have threatened not only their party organij he vas recently a candidate in opposition to I for the mastery, and the contest will continue

unchanged. ,! that Mr. Seddon was foremost among those : I. The di'cLion H termed inportant"iu ; j ration, but the peace and harmony of the 'I the Freesoil Party, which carries all before it: t as long as the antagonism exists between the
whole country. In the meantime, I throw in his section. lit' was an early and decided i of the reserved of the States and
j who resisted the miscalled Compromise, but one sense it is as developing the I votary tights
BALTIMOTIC, March 21. I I 11nvfelf upon the indulgence! of ,the great re- I supporter of General Taylor for President, of the of State of a stnct
people, sovereignty,
Mr. SKIVVETI: the Editor of the Plough, his constituents, a majority of whom pcihaps J I opinions of two of the Justices of the Su- j publican and Democratic patty for the sup- yet he is now elected by the aid of the Free- I construction of the Federal Constitution cf

Loom, and Anvil fell through the cellar door i'disapproved his course on that subject, were prime' cnch! and of the Judge of the: Middle port which may be due! to one who can promise i I soil votes.Ve venture to say that the Xa- jealous watchfulness of the Federal Government

fjf the Post Office to-day, and it is feared i is not disposed to ostracise him because 1 Us love I Circuit oil the absorbing (!question agitating I so little to justify the confidence which has I tional Administration will find no firmer, no I to prevent its over-spreading its cantered

:, fatally injured. i I for Hume was greater than !his love for Cze.'ar. i! tlie: South for somv lime past t, and destined, been given him in advance.A. heartier supporter of all its measures, based I" bounds, on the one hand, and the advocates -
: Secretary Convvix is ill at Washing I J. DONELSOX. on old-fl ll onrd Whig principles, than Judge Centra
very I ; the other hand f
I In thus avoiding thc trap set by the for :l time to ('on' to be the ('lgro.;itg on { a strong
---- --- -- -- ---- Wade while the
I ton. i ; tor any aid it may want in Government who forl 5
\? las the tragedian is 'dt Cincinnati. Constitutional Union Party," whose creed i ito question in this Conf'drl:1cJ-\\e mean th I Got his Reward way of slave-catching, !: }it may !look with i con- I*! supremacy in, judging practically and deciding proclaim the eitestof
The X. Y. Mirror the -
j to poliiical relative position, iight: and of the announces appointment tmence to the ranks of
consign a grave every prominent ; powers I its political adversaries I its own po\"crs, and d.nth light of aI
From the S"'aToM Goor.1l1.n. I man in the Democratic ranks whose IlJl'rl Government; and o( the different of the Hon. II. W. I Iliilbrd of Alabama to whom the business is more congenial.We I State to resume, at will, the powers it BM
Sevca Days Later Iron Europe. I:I sense justice forbade his support of the late States. On the preservation of these! rights I to a Foreign Mission. The Government; I presume there" will be no present lack of i Il delegated the common a"'entifill thStatcs. *
I help
has thus rewarded .
the from Alabama"
adjustment measures, the course of the Richmond { ] in their! integrity to each, and (.:especially in i I II gentleman I
March 22d, 0 P. M. I, Late events have contributed to draw mOTSI
for the man-nice he said about
Democracy cannot be t-jo highly coin- not : :. :! the! rights 1 and sovereignty of : things Execution of the law.
: 1tp t:1
The Steamship Frar.Uin anived this afternoon j ,! : I plainly than ever the broad line of.Hstinct
her dates are to the fcth hist. The Marj;j Incn.jl'J.ll honor to them, and s-uccess to the: States, depends the perpetuity u tt'l the Secretary of State, at the time Allen of'iaie1ito'etts The President of the United States,it w ill be I I bet een the Iwo part bs. Federalism las ew*

Ice i ia Liverpool was fum during the weekending their noble champion. The same kind of Union. By the admission of all appreciatingthe I : charged him with the receiptof remembered, asked at the hands of Congress f I changed in Georgia, its modern Mine ofWhiggery

larch 7. Hales.! 1)5,010 bales. The ;]. forbearance as is here manifested will unite true theory of the Government, the counterpoise -S O.OOO lumits from his Xew York anti I more power to enable him to enforce the Fugitive II to Constitutional cnz.: Itfatw

quantity otTeiing has increased, and: previous tho Democracy every where in opposition: to to ('on'iilatiorz-thie balance wheel Hoston admirers) as a condition precedent to Slave Law. The message was referred s-taie old C'oo7i, and the contest in Georgia

prices are realized with itlicult\,'. The market Whiggery, and restore the lovernmenl; to I II I in? the machine-h the State Governments. his acceptance of the premiership under:Ir. I in the Senate to the Committee on the j j will still be between State Rights and Fed***
closed tamely without actual changer t I I raiism. The Democrats wLo-join the W>''S
though in fomc iuilancesa slight decline was1 I hands faithful to their Constitutional trust, Thl.nnt they alone, are to keep the} Federal I Fillmore. Well, there i is nothing like soft Judiciary! fl'omhieb two reports're madea i! to form that party, adopt thtir principle05j

tubmittud 10.PTiLical.14ord. :I and save it fron 1 1ttikruptcy_ _I _and_ruin. Government; in its proper sphere, and prevent sawder after all. majority and minority report, but both j I j will have to support them! whether they sdcfs

Stanley has been unableto I its exeicise of excessive, central action.It concurring in the opinion that the President them or not. The only common ground tte!
cJre nm indebted to n fail'nJ for the OK I"IW)[ 1 CIJi
form a Prolcctio'.iM Ministry. i I is a source of regret to find in the Judges has sufficient! poiccr already; and they therefore occupied hitherto was the support of the
table the times for The Baltimore American is indebted to 13
holding i Compromise. Tie of rcsi.st2'I
Hu&sdllms resumed the Prern.iership. question
Lord John of declined to recommend further j I
IthoI our Supreme Court-in State otc rs of Mcss9. Winter & Latimer, of San Francisco, lejrhla- !I] it or submission, has been dispowd fllJJ *ti

No- alterations are likely to occur in the I Terms of the Circuit Courts. any grade, high or low-the disposition to for the annexed authentic statement of the a- : (tion on the subject at this time. Sow this j j I tied in Georgia in favor of ub1n uion. 1 j}*
I surrender State tiro things -first, that the President witaB*
--- Democrats
concede proves
--- -------- sovereignty therefore, by continuing
-- --- -- --- --
: from California
Mim'fetry. --- --- t'en inount of gold shipped from i
COt'NTIF.M. I STfl1G TF1t1s. I UlL 'UnMf. the has the to enforce the law and ':I I Whigs, who ) for submisyo*
-- to extent of an inch to the claims and demands power secondly ] as a party were
:ronbliilo! ny June, M.iwhty 0c14.ber its first discovery, in 1810, to the present I I I
l t.o
the up
Arrival of the Arctic.ULTBI0ltl and d'nit of Federal if it is not enforced hereafter, the to Compromise, surrender
S.ulta ;1" assumption.
il.'l time: t **
March 23. Wa1(111, ;j-I May. 13" In this ion fault will rest on Administration. Then I Whiggery and must play second fiddle
case, must be
.nOr:1 M:31a-: Novcr.Wahiiigton del t'gmlet Gi>M dust thippcil by Steamers from 1st April, 1849 from this time out. Some of the leaders, tw
The Arctic arrived t1ismorllin: The first Jluhnejl1ll1f December .. .. something stronger than proclamationsmust
I ) 'TIinr. after do. as a voluntary surrender on the part of the to 31ot 1850 3.,5 iO,255 paper lIon. Howell Cobb, for instance, roaj iWJ
night out from Liverpool, while in the Channel li3 II.InJaJJ' Eotimateil to have been taken l hy 'p:1 :HMiigors be resoited 1
she was run into by a largo t-hip and I, Jnlk".n $ 2 Monday :O'c'r.1 Xo,'. State-of going to the extremcst verge- .. .. .. . .o. . 4,571,500 :i to, or the country ill repose at the top, and get office from them hut"'he
tlighllv dam Ked. Her news dilfers( lJUt little Cwhotl. t11Irsnf'r4)1 2 uldnyApil A1'.T11ur.nfr.lunJay- giving up all that i is valuable-of leaving nothing Sliipi>e l to foreign Pacific ports and Europe little confidence in the loud professionsof rank and tile of the Union Democrats w

from tliat of the Franklin. I i1 Dl'c.I behind about which :struggle may be coined manufactured into jewel the President and his Cabinet Paper 1 hopelessly swamped and svvalled up ia'Fed "
and forwarded
in California
At Liverpool 5,000 bales of Cotton were I a adden l 3.I Monday Mardi. '::1 3 Monday. OduL'r, had or made-and this, too, without the,necessity tailng ry ves.'els, as per ci. tom )house per reports proclamations may create a sensation, but ral Whu:'e"0 _ '

cold at previous prices on Friday. I J.'tt W nkuUn ..1 April, 11 4 Nover. of the enunciation of such opinions, .. . . .. . 4.-I G.042 they will not restore the fugitives. A very unusual liever;ge."-'The Lon a n
in the Carried overland and coa..ti'e l> minors
business doing y
'l'hereas steady issued
.YI..tft'rlln, 12 Times that in
12" and without the asPing even : as much as to (rim )Mexico Cluli nnd Oregon says 0m.e of the circulars
(:There is the West
King Coast
13 a on
manufacturing m tricts.Ilarre.Cottollll1arket I 11\lilm, I of eihibilion -
: the Executive
shipped l> merchant without manifest by Committee of the great
and without hamilton'I'I :4 4' 4 Eay in advance, Gentlemen, we are yours. y Africa who has a body guard of
tteady 'It entry, and amount at present in one thousand I' to supply information,it wa announced

change. ''I Cu1In'ia ) on.1yI 8 3londay DI.'r.bdma The records of our Courts-the evidences of pogscffion of miners, merchants ... .$i 9OOOOO sable vomen, with superior military equipments that wines from unusual sources"uJa

France is quic.t. The Assembly met on \ 1 .) '2 title of the citizen to his property, of his title and an appetite for horrid war" beyond be received. Punch wonders if the tOlJlIlUt..
Monday previous' to the wiling of the steamer. /I/1) t\\. 'bef"re '3 .b Nov'r.Nasau1 du.HLJulU .. deeds-the inventory of tho estate of dece. the nborc estimate the value of gold that of male troops. Another striking tee has received any samples of Port \\111

The floating debt has been augmented to }f! iwic, ,,111t1, trt dants-the brand fnd mark of cattle of the dui-t Ln.i been computed at $16 per oz, feature in this new : made of grapes.Jenny
12 Iunray : :1.'r. armivinent is that the
the limit should
this To amount bo added
trov. warriors
millions of francs; depressed
seventy I'titnarn, Tiilro
Bourse and 73 per cent. fell to 1)4) francs 21 Or.&St.Lucie::3 I Tt'lc.y lun.b\ !IlaH:1TucsI"rlJSo,' settlement of the accounts of executors, administrators 1 50, the mint value, say ... 6O97O1T wear no hair on the upper lip! Lind in l'it'bhurg.-It S'm3 tLJt

centimes.Austria. )lrioI II )Monday Jlc.I..J' and guardians-bonds of these utah... .. .. . . .68,587,591 -- Barnum consented,upon the guaranty o(1'
has refused nns ia's demand in regard 14 and other officers for the performance of public YyThe Legislature of Virginia has enacted : COO, to permit the divine Jenny to gie0

to the Confederation.The ''I Monday" )1rl, it,:8 Monday. Ocuhcr, and private duty-all property of the United Oz- GOI>F.Y'S LADY'S BOOK for April is at a law postponing the general elections' concert in Vicksburg, whereupon the VI'
Unssi t has presented the J'num.1o 12 4. .. ov'r.)1uo in that Stale from burgers set themselves industriously v
Kmjierorjpf b,
States and August until the fourth
\ 11 requiring a transfer to give hand, beautifully Illustrated, and filled as usual !
King of Pru!siavith a chair worth a millionof k Dade!1 M ny. U fh'r. in October. to secure the subscription of the slip1/3/ *V
the State the to them all Thursday
right with U1'
dollars. improperly interesting matter. There is a growing amount. TIle Sentinel of the 25th

Termf of the Sfprrre Court after I 851.At in the possession of State officers! improvement in the quality of this magazine, C::: Edward William Johnson, Esq., of marks as follows to their success: .[f .

=1* .YoI March 2-J, 8 P. M. TILlaIRIM bt Monday in January.At We consider such doctrine as absurd on its indicating an increasing rel'sh in the public Washington City, has become associated in the hour of going to press sterda'y freDIng''

Cotton is slightly! drooping. Sales to-day 3 Monday in Fchrur.At very face-as false in fe and in law_(excuse mind for something more substantial than non tho Richmond Whig, and will four tickets had been guaranti in\'ieks'1 be BQscrihed
shortly assume
OOO bales at prices unchanged, the market Tampa, 2 t MnDit\ Marh of the dressed in the making $30, leaving only 49,9'O to
? out
At Mariana" us, gentlemen Supreme Court,) sense garb of romance. the editorial control of that able sheet "
closing heavy. 1- 1I<: lrch ) or deposited,

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the Governor's chair and notwithstanding the service. A duel on the spot ensued, and the Stock of Cotton. Sa.Tc on Monday, llh April, 1S1, State Florida. ,
-0JS BLIND MOTHERrt.tKfKv Comrtrativc Statement nf the Receipts of Cotton at ''LEGS'CIRCUrT qpL'KT-l.N CI1ANCZRY, _
hitterett opnowiion, he was elected by ninelenths bridegroom: was Killed. The widow next the Port Sheriff's Sale.BYvirtoeofa -U:' -
ALLIX.I u the latest .btea., William W. Chcever.rs. .
chili! of thft number of vote? polled. At the married a lawyer; at the bridal dojuetie, the 1sI_ 1s.sncei writ of Fieri Facia*, issued from -

*111. r1'fr,f1- itrM'v my*** *a : end of his term, he canvassed for Conjures*, Isappy husband! s\rallmved a cherry stone, ; Orlewjv .ManL. ig .760.674_f.f S,924li. Oilier of the Circuit Cmtt for the Ellen A. Froclenbronb, widow and adrntniMnttixot

tf.' futtrf Iirtf- 1t jos re irne, and 2igin swept the State like a hurricane which choked him and he expired between Mobile,.. 4' ....8r,4. 62....28r,61 3fi. County of Leon, Middle Circuit of Florida and, wherein Richard V.'ilbam H. eke.ibrongh, decra-l, i.'ieyRrockrihrs.uh
'bE'T": u the Union Bank of F! ridt i is Plaintiff
Tcxav.. . 1M.49t Brockenbrouzh.Tho*.
,, pfhin tilt divine with FUCCCSS in the the beautiful biide and a bottle of Uheuishviue. 19.829 will Arthur S.
with continued to
lie serve Irvicd uponand
: K. Call Defendant have
.. it ,
I Hlone.i }1fldt S n 125.26S- 142.274 W. Brockenbronzh, Gecrze L. BrocKenbronjrh.George .
': n>v child am of the nation until the \ There are alteady candidates for sale before the Court llr.tue door, in the
councils many
t irfl. ... expose ,
*n>.._ doth c-clio to mine cm. supreme Savannab. 13. .239,521. .23,419 S. Hawkins and Mary R. llikia, hsjtiie
;. :r bcart period of the war with Mexico. He then re- for her favor. OharleMon.. I' 20.( .200,851 .282.SW city ot Tdlhha sce, on the first ll.mdur in of April land \\ Thom-n W. Brockenbruugh and Jvhn V
I never "Wu-c ? rank IKrnv -, MgtU'd, hurried home to Aikansa, and ried N. Caniin.. s s_ 10.343 7.122 nest, ithin \legal\ hour,, the following d/ut tract due toNit ,infjnt children ol John W. Brock
prorion W. en the, inn THE HOR1WAN 4 JOVTIXAU .. or so much thereof as will satisfy the deceased i C MjX'.vcU. Elizabeth.
: of volunteer cnvalry, \\ith\\hich Virginia, 1. 13,161. 7.S50 enbrou h, Lucy
Unit lovrs thee mo-t (oro a regiment \ :
),,tirt The coming day of Freedom. V. :iMj\\\etl, Simeon Maxwell, Margaret Champlin -
other mntbrs knrr he made all possible despatch to the scene of A tract containing 000 acrr more trle I'm?, administratrix cf WitliainV.
( Sims widow and
1.P23.0091 ,
Tint glorious day is fast approaching when j 1,672,002.lr,2r.790 ii TallaJiassee on the
rcfiu-d! being and aHjoininn the city
*re'4r1nlu... action. 1,672,002 \ Stan,deceased, Martha Mason Sims, and Far
Btby, I ani bJnI man, awakened from the slumbers: of age, North, better knov n a the 1'ormrr residence of letendint -
writer of the \ctch him i h Carter.
The present saw
,4 f1C. shall olf the incubus that like the nkht.mnart' riiw occupied a->d in posse# ion of M. A
cat atificon of this Conrtby
Increase in Receipts 1T appearing to the
novrr kcw U-f.'re on his line of march to coalesce; with the 151,007 Long. Eiiq., which has a fine three ,'ory brick dwelling
I all his vital and enfolds JL aflidtvit made in this eau'e, that determdanlsAr.I ) *
I1WtIIU4)1) ft power, cramps powers to Porlt.t situated thereon.
'* nn grand of occupation, and never w ill he Export* Foreign and ether necessary out houses
army < W. Brock r.bri.uhs1'inmas ,
thnllnu: moment cJiM, to pan forget the evening passed by the lijjht of his him ia a deep deep almost as that of the dark To'thc' '&'t '. . .. .185o-51. Levied upon an the property oi aid defendant,and thurS I nrocker.bronqhThoma\V. Brorkenbrough; and i John \V. Brockcn

(i'e. that oht ,rase; and narrow tomb. This is the belief of r' ..* .1849-50. 806,433 lobe sold lo satisfy said writ of Fieri Facias, for the W.. .
John Brnckenbrough.d
eP infant children ot
lire Hed River ithin the ,
Ii murmur; 04J is kind; hospitable camp on v Cnailes .Morrison. brough
not I'm tlindlti I one, who, though not an enthusiast, yet loves use of ceatrd, aid Farfeh Carter, res.ideou| of the Stale
; IS darLifflOW I feel limits of Texas. The prophecy of his farewell rational and true libeity, with heart aud soul Increase inErrlrrt ,. .. .. .. .. .220,357 A. A. FISHER. SheiifT. of } .oridibeond jurisdiction of !hi' Courtbulin

.. f fl i rt. 'y child, it tn n tccr v ords rings on my cars with mournful -that liberty which spreads! her ITOtCCtitIgvings Strrk OH Jtaiid at tlf Pvrt February, ISC! 1 21 the United Slates ; and that defeudant, Lucy

.. "', ir"i thr mo'her boy, t' hoc J dklinctnes. alike over the rich and the poor-the To the latest datev.. .. .. 185051. .f.62.203 Coach-making Black-smithing, and Iroc k er b ruua h. George S.I 1 law I km* and Mary! R.Ha .
'rW,4 | may nn* iw1** th..vct I fret 1 go," said; he, with a look of fire, and intones ** 1849-50 .607,429 \\kin,,Ins wile, Mar-raref Cl.amplm Sin.*.widow
3*. wi'ossm-rt tny bi>K>m ftodT ; of "to tnaKe fame powerful and the frjeidless--whiiehi makes no Horse-shoeing. anti sdminislralrix cf William V". Sims, trcea.'cd.
thiilling emphasis
lirfl. jjllH.) tM-re. tD r hand tin that shall be coextensiveiththe, length and distinction between the humblest moan in Mslowly Increase: in ftork. .. .. .. .. .. 54,774 milE Mibcriber3 rc-'pectfully and Martha Mason Sim*, resule D jond the juristic
r1l' dr1ii ;, VCt2 thoh Itn iii, and the of aristocracy ion of this Cr.urtbut in the Wclern Circuit ot the
vb tU cot, proudest aper ( :: I to the public that 4
!; announce
breadth of t' e Union, or to extinguish! life itself $.3 Stale: of Florida :
in his palace home-that affords protection Lands and Pensions. .1 i! have cntercJ into -
1' .tep copartnenhip .
.__': : in blaze of 1orv." Bounty they It ia therefore Ordered, That said defendant >*
1l''. ,, ? ui w v brow. j rM Tn Cirruit'of tlieSlateot Florid.
He his word diJ both. lie
%VCfl1. W5en so bloed, kept ie artived wne&s ii all their various branches pled "i"1 InP Christian whi'stthey cf
.i ni: different conflicting sects of *, JL n competent and experienced Apent in the City appear; and anwer the Bill Complaint
'the'' nu Air'mT. orndlfrl Ut ray 1P1..t; on the #ory arena in lime to witness the obey the hws and conduct ilicin< elvi'S if Washing.ing now provided with thel't'r.J bflve to cndcav to give satisfaction to all who may this c.iuseviihin two moiilli, and the drftrubnljrs
oiilv f |1""p Vet MOT'* xvil.puv of Duena Vista and where col- entrust them with their work. the Stale Florida
1 1 raagni.ioent Munn ; and r..qIl-ite forms will attend to I Ihe dma beyond the HmiU ol
bl, hear Ixj stall 1 1i as moral and upright men ; for, thank! heaven, II. IL BERRY
*' ? irc } i U the true child of American birth that can- t Iccliii'i of Claim* by {>O.MTS ol attorney for RnuntvLr.r. \\ ithin four month from the dale nf the publication
the day is passed when \\eak-minded or Iy ai.d Servi- TH03. HAYES.X. he said Bill) nill be ta..cn for con.Indil -
l'a' '"'v e s ?)( .vMO not name tran! fl-Mr. is the gentleman who has been
.J' wi'jked their ftllow bfings for the Utiitrd State (; Hayes them.
filkJ tliymotLcr' rc1I can petsei-ute rc' upon; I oviriui>enT. lced azinst
MU. chivalry, who fell quenched! in Mood that day! of for the last eight months ia the employ of Messrs. Ordered That publication rf
;nv ftturetffJeflnd diUering with them in point* of religion or ()!ficrr and *oldicr of llip ar ot 1M2. or any u further ,
.,, ,I''t : "r- tanh' -' ) : yomvj Tife Vai Aye, who foil, but as they fell such a parting doctrine. This i h the liberty, founded on in- < f tinIr.i.m) \\ii< nnce j9j, are nmiftd to Botin- Miller A Brokaw and is well known rvs excellant the beat Horscshocr Smith.Xo -. this Order be made in smne ne\v paper t'iibti.hed in

'"' fiv f ana w wt4OWfl sun-burst of everlasting Kir.light over the Land-tidd-r lh*- Lie Act of Con rrs*. For er- in the County.andolhtrwtean Tallahassee once a week for the*i m'we of four raor.1 h$.
*.h'!1. 1 '- '" tflligenre and morality who.v advent is not for interfering Shoes. The price fur .
Ti''J"u "tU Harden 'ict'* rendered, a moderate cnrrpemsAirn with! he extra charge J. XVAYLES BAKER. Judge, A.C.20Jh
.iV.e J OWfl. field of and of ? Clay
|> 1 La, in: U33 glory grave far off if WP nny juge from: the changi's- rhaitreil. upon t5eli\er\ the warrant or the amount Shoes U 37 i cents a piece. Our stop is East of March, 1S3I.Atruecopv.

,_1 u'I|,| in '' ) ; G.V.. 11UTCII1X3. March 1. 18.)1. 8 4tGroceries OSCAR A. MYERS. Clerk. *
.- : v; UI. I '1 one S ) fd and V( 49ince the adjournment of r tngres, the all heem there at present calm and tranquil, March 2?. is-.t.; ia tf ry HUGH ABCKIR, Jr., D. C. c

.J. T'-.M: hirk: lionr wruH joy t,- bneat; sectional question has merged into the consideration it i* only the ctl'n preceding the storm-the dec. March2'2lSit.! II 4m

'; m hi p '''W 'I Li bitd ntn1, of onlh Carolina's movements.Tiiii .- still.iess Ushering in the light of a happier and New and Cheap Spring Goods lUST received per" TalLiha'M>e" from New Orleaa*,

i--r."".4', 'r.. hti; ". tU-a $fldALA Tn Ui 3 State has made tip her tn'n to secede blighter day, w !.ui all feudal and anti-juatcd f"! HK Pi.bucrib: ha*ju t reoeivwl a nc\r und \rell.1 ti 60 barrels do. superfine Flour da State of Florida--Gadsdcn County.

i I uf r w ttwe Ye.V3y bir, mm the Tnion with all the proper forms.- prejudices shall be effaced from; tie! nti-ids of hc-l< cte.i *.t.k of im n-ktinli/p. Avhii'h the public 6000 10 pound i Riblted extra SiJes, .Middle Circuit of Florid i-In Chancery.

i"1-: f.:.iur*' i-nir w.v ljtrt ilLt1 t1Ow d3'. That she !hns the same tigLl to Jo it which die men, and tyrants no 1utger permitted to er"t-h i are inviud to in call aril] rxainiiit before thoy purchve.of Drymnt' 2yOO i a Canvassed Ilami, SPRING TERM, A. D., 1S5I.
nth bat iah.il tiekp 1 It oiii'i-tsi jmrt of a t. >neml a' 4 rtment
,? t* v n t is to earth the highct anil holie&t iVeJing of our 1 hogshead Brown Sugar, Archibald Nicholson, CororUuant.
into .
:iI. o t bejtutiful f'r the Ladi-s, as well as

T|f.,. uH if awlllV!' '1w. f'*" <-"d IS fcld. jk' ; which does not admit discusion. The onfl'j'Ufl1t'iIt nature-when all shall treat each *>t'.ier ;ib tinufful f'r all (;ri ice rie.- ugar. Coffee, Tea, 10 1 bbL kegs Leaf- Lard, James Nien>lwn aid William rg. N. Arrritt F.cecu.
i ;
brother' and they only shall be high in tin1 Tot.iet. <.' /ar-, Cnu.jj.!] S. >, Bacon, Lar.l. Hour
n va |jtiVt1E. "' ow <*ve i-Mmdl &% \\iiidi the satellites of time tdrnin. BIJ 1 Lard OIL tore cf Malcolm Nicholson.dcread.Vje! El.i will >

i: 1 jrali'mi can advance to the contrary, i is the estimation of the woilJ U waote actions( shrill sui'i Liqutr-of tli bet quality-Cntkery, Stone and AUo, 1 barrel White Prepared Hominy, Adoiiomtrator on the estate of Arabella Blew-

Sistctcc of Wesltrr Life. tlueat oi" biiste force.Ttcirditant bo equated in accordance with that L1.iie (Jl.vare; Jlaruirire-1tvts and feioeand a fineatrXnttlt 4 unbolted Rye Flour. i't'decead, Cturell I-hincri and Mary Lis wife,
of MouV i'uJ ]J.y'8 Clotliin ig-C.rti, Oil,
!) unto others would BERRY A ROWLES, Auctioneers At et a/., Derndanl3.ON .
trneulence matter of small cr.mtnanil, <> as you Plughpiirits a-id Jloels, Straw Cutter, lc_ A-o, Jc, 22, 1851. 7 tf !th'davit, it appearing to the uti'fiietion of

r;tL TCTALU YILLfl1 .*tLtN % inport to ihost who recollect! the behavior oii wish them to do unto vom. all of w hch. fcr cash or jmnctual pavers, will be sold February the Court that Jjme-t Nicholson. William P.

(ce: :! j 1 was i this paine party in every war \\c h have ever I have been induced to make those observation uausuallv luw. Corn, Oats, and Hay. Averjtt. and WiUy Blwttt.three of the Defendant
Th jrt the who fiom accounts I have hit ly i received THOMAS IIAYWARD.M in saul Bill, reside cat of the State ol Florida aud
f. u.t: riiaiuiili': too*! mid) It was a irtU. Itud v.'idi any peoplt* on globe; re- \\hichfctjite that is there \ :0', lo.'l. 12 6tDiasolntion CBUSHELS heavy white Com, within the limit* of he Slate of Georgia :

su hiiti&in ;AT fii t ear&- i meuiber their petitions lor peace ; and who from Europe, Euck-ty JUU 200JO It i> Oidtitd, Thai the said Jatue Nicholscr.Villijm .
V I li td which rocking to and fro, like the cait'j when diiti'.rbtd of Co-Partnership. ; bales! Hay, .
Saioot aroM? for the dfendant, aud re- have not forgotten the UUP : they \ : N. A' eritt, ant Wiley Blewitt.appear and

|iI. in OVChe&H ng taW'vij kindled literally only on the thcres of Rhode before the cptions; of a volcano, and r1 'j IK cojipitncr.-hip heretofore cxistiiuj between Now landing from Brig Uranu and for sale brMcXAUGUT anwer uid'Cill of Complaint according to l lati,,.
M&i,, wiu: are abstjf, and dienefore I Waii'l! and during our last war \\i\li\ (IreatHiilain that before very bug, a deadly contest maybe I the undersigned in the Taimin and Curriering1'uMnoKS Newport, March 22, 1 85 1. 11 otherwise them the same shall be taken pro cunfttso a*
between the adxocate* of fieedixn : u this day diys-olved by mutual consent to :
tie c&itisued uuiil the which! tlu-y burnt ii: efil'ct, on expected
;..-nsn* ti.t( t\i case ; every Ail ho'din claims rgiiin-t the late firm are FrotUfd That a copy of this Order be published
fit t tc Ia. iroarer.: ." spot of ili' Lnd, and in every contest v.hcther and the despots, who escrcisj thtir swa o'er rt-quci-tJ jM'r-j'iH t't jivM-nt; tht.-n; :
ji Lot: !''io ariiL-\ii be fd i fornoiUU then with England! or 3Ieiico, or 1'rance. 1'ntj the widow, the orphan, :.mid! the hert-brolea i4hvr by note or ac."ount, are notitie that it It for I l-'h BARRELS best family Flour, Floridian & Journal, a newspaper published in tlcitv .

I.afotco11ti13uutJc4; ,' was j while t'.jtfy :rP nothing in themselves, they i.ian. Their hopes arc brightening, the dark Un-ir inttre- to Celtic the wine without delay.- I') J 3 casks Rice, of Tallahassee within this Cirru'f.

r I .! deeply to be regrclletl by those who detire clot'ds are cleat ing away from; their political }:it.t) r nf tlw .undor-ijcitfd is authorized to use the SO barrels Potatoes J. WAYLES BAKER, JuJ's.
} are
: ? En KINE,
JlI Got-hen JOHN
c 5 firkins
miii :t i'. Lfl 'rd to the icts"arpv die tl'nuiaV pprp-tuity. 'Ilicir exasperating horizon, and th'-y trust that the day of their aiOiC of the l,rm in wttlemii't ISAAC BUNTING.I Landing from Brig Uranus, and fur sale bv Solicitor and ol Connsel fur Complainant.A .

aid involunIn- cSVcl UJHIU the jusily angt red State can- deliverance H at hand. ROSWELL \VILLARD.. McXAUGUT A ORMOXD. true copy frotn the record'ilIvt.

iI hut' (I Hot be calculated! if South Carolina Ieaci 'For ]VfC l : March 3. 1S51. 9 4m
it1i ? i he Union, that deplorable event must he at- ltijtititl; >cil fncn Ucc-oinjj re to tt.ii, '
: it : i;, TlmugL bafleJ oft, i is c\cr vioa." ?._!(.TL YVILLAUU ACO, wce tr to Buntii Pork.
tributed the of the administration State of Florida.
ty bulhing
that the
1 ia; ;.r tn'.i't apixiroa jeveu moie tlan t<> UJL-infamous outrage on morrow's t-hall misc shall the fiitiM] of Bunting & Willard. They have t.n lian'i 3\ nus, and for sale bvMcXAUGHT MIDDLE CIRCUIT-LEON COUNTY.IN .

/ z-J. tlatourt hao| lf annul I the Sou'.li: known as tlio *' late liapj'V adju.st- sun : co surily iuid pow- later Hunt
< d. of
ill tr' it annul ,A ** ment" of the slavery disputes. m standard liberty, souuer or oera I JX'Utlitr, IT narn w'.. tingle ana d.'itsit'. an.1 plantation Newport, March 22, 1 85 1. 11 Archibald Bui and Ann Butethe wife of said Archibald

.. Lc'-U': v. !* 1ne J ;faonld the day o-rr ariive FJ :\viieh the free and happy vom Id. Now, some ici sons Hu>es; ell made from th>- be-t SOITHLRN niaterLil. and Jhi A., Daniel G.Silas P, Elizabfth.

'T.e >\Ud''f' aim a-.dhuslnesg-Jitt. i cderal (i>o\cruuient, in the hands of fools, may ask, what need of these reflections in Mid at prict which will compare favorably Saddles, &c. Mary Ann Margaret, and Frances C. P uie, infactcbilJrta

:,nC .n'aiin.r! -., scrmi l< initatf iii'"u Lw..:" lhi Republican land I Away v.itli such util- with Xorthtru IIP portal IOUA. TUST received a good assortment of Saddles, Diidh.i of said Archibald; and Ann Lair,
kivoMca ini *yrants, and j\vanls attempts lo coerce a M.o-cli29. 1K51. 12 St J Girths, Surcingles, Whip, Car- r,.
r' nt->ri.-ii, riikiip: *c itai iani-m Are not interei-ted in t xtettd- Martingale*,
..i :iLe betid-" W hut\v may f -vTt'ipn state, as it iwv tlneaU'tia to do, no you -- ----- - ---- p\t Bags, Saddle 15i i;-, Trunk. VaLms, llarucss and Council B. Allen and hj-. wife Susannah Allen, and
I > > vloiii.' tv:1l: *vniaiaviiotlier the I'l.ion lon .jcrt lug happiness over every 1 lnd-iii ruita ling Notice String Leather, Coach Lace, Rubber Cloth, Buggy their children, Finetta Shetfield and her hu band

w 1 i ..nwi| ot learn it (r< m.u 'Jite day ou which i Wood i> fclu-! i in, the power of despots ( Liberty; loves in.t SiX Trwk* after date. -liall apply to the Honora- Harness Buggy Spring, Plow Harueas, Horse and Br\an Sneffield,Wiilua 11. Allen Joseph Allen.Jefletsoi .

u; of JMJ -Jsiart d uicogue aud ccwJud ts. vi1l. negative q'islitii-.. It requires \otarios to bhJudjjp: of Probate: for Gadsdrn County for let- MiJe Collars. For snle low by F. AlienLaura C. Allen, Susannah Al-
such a : "rc' range every flavcholtiiiig.Stiik' ( ColLUJ HEIR A RUST. 1-n John C. Allen, and Thiiza Ann Allen, and
qi and as?'!*! the fippresed, and thoso wljo floe] from t'-r* Vlibo but on the fcvle of the ojtpramJ, bring late of: t.iIJ Couitv, ucceuK.d. Daiuei McRaeny.iT .
jot liglitning ,
; anti this .
;t eyes lar.d.. oppression. 'Hiilibeity rcqui.vs; on the satisfaction cf the Court,
in their to by
?'' man Z. M. L01T. Bagging and Rope. appearing
beovnth her bat,. cvcy
ii" o.lturuoJ: I 1..t the ck-dxui'J! bLid.Ck-rh, account, I contend that Ametica bhouH I ledinterested aRidaMt made in this rasp, that Finetta Sheffield

\'ju will enter a iiic': of fi.-y dollars against who i is aught but tl.'iC'toJ ami yeOlliaut l oiJesiotCc in the struggles of other countries. llarch !2). I31. 12 ft C) BALES Gunny small Cloth, and her husband Brjan Sheffield, tlj tot reside in

it:1: >aunt,as 1 b'-e IJ Ji oiieu oa my doclitt, i o\\er.__Uic, '*QJ Examiner. Towaids them her wannest sympathies should Notice.ALL /iw LunJing 100 from coils Bng Uram.-Hemp.Rope.and for sale VyMfNAUUlIT this Slate, but in the State cf Georgia, so that pro-

fir cross wr.teiajit of couit; anJ be tore you Scum rrrLtL.-TIme M Liquently foJksi'-; ever be exerci>ed. Her wgle eye should Ijei persons,creditor*, lejiatees, entitled to dis- AORilOXD.. ce-s// ot is subpna thttrfore cannot OritiTfd be,erred That upon said defendant'them( : .

rnnuti e eecut' aU whether the i is ;uv" warrant t'iHcrinmre i ever watchful, 1et the enemiv's of fieedom -. or otherwise inre-ted in the estate Newport, March 22, 1831. 11 Finetta Sheffield and Bnan Sheffield, appear andais.ver
lit bd tuuiuianiwed t5w order of William \V\att, lite ol Ilil'i>borou<;h Cniimy,Smut? Uiil of filed this
ktrJ'ji for oj' fujii-ve fc'avos.ITje'epistle should! gain new footing either on this or any exhibitthir &c. the CompUmart's in cin.e
M.V'iitut towards tie ivcovvry of rioniia.dtcea-td, are hfiiby notified to Coffee, Sugar, Soap, within f.-ur months from thefitsf publication of ll.lt
duoot %I a eu rujaiug Testarnent other continent. Thus shall she fulh'l her thn
of Pliil.'tiion ii: tie! New claims and demands t ii bin t o\esrtrom
-3 SACKS COFFEE, Order said bill wilt be taken fur confess against
ic-n- fiT.niiis'uua( : hib s d-taae, all Lis 1'uaLrt "ut thus j-hall the arrive r.t the uiider-iznid.! the same will be barrtd ; Q
i is too well known to need refi-renc gloiious destiny- ddte to the or JL *J :10 i barreL Stuart's vellow Sugar, them.

u n'ji ig uiih murderou Mrath,and ja1id the following from Itt Kingp, 39! and -10 K -jmay highest pinnacle of fame ever attained by any and ..II person indebted to the said estate will make L Pilot Bread, J. WAYLES BAKER, Judge, ic.

is a cn'-jni'. nation-thus diall be ever blessed as immediate l'a}riert. 5 Cracker, A true cony-Atte-t.
not be ii: so gcn'ernl acquaintance : BENJAMIN J. HAf.LER
L'\i-r\ 70 boxes family Soap, OSCAR A. MYERS, Cleik.
glance wic fixiHiortheconnten ce the end of three >The land uf tie free anti the l. ii tlioAMICtTS Iirwrc." Administrator.Tampa.Marcb.2y .
.ra he "3D. A nd it came to pass at 'mc Shrrill anj ex olliiio 24 superior Tobacco. Ac, Ac M. rch 27, IS51. It 4m
fc-r alt u'islicdlo! kuouhow
jui ?, years, that two of the servants of Shimei ran J tTSl'1'1'I. IS5I. 12 &t Landing from Brig Uranus nail fur sale bvMcXAUGHT
wimlii trooi the i-Giuiinp tJbcA: of the duellit'si ORMOXD.Newport. .
Maacltah of A Superior Liquors.
away unto Achish! eon of king Goods.
i- I**lit. But UODC, h %'e\-er, could de- Behold Ji-nr.r. McClure Spring and Summer March 2?, 1$51. 11 HOLLAND GIN
I (hi2. : auJ they told r-'hiinei, saying, A PHIN-SI-OKKN -Judge PIPE superior ,
and Sunijin
t ". tiio d. V.rt cliHtige ia U appearance.i'5 .- the "I UST retxiveJ a full a.portuieat Spring 1 i Pinct. Castillkm Brandy,
i thy servants be in Ualh.I oi Pittsburg, IJ decidedly plainestspokenjurist Notice.
i'5'!' : '.i iii-itW reibar u'hitJt uor a ) r ( ? i Madtini Wij e. extra quialltr,
I *' 40. Aid Shi.TK-i arose r.n-1 Diddled his we think v/e ever heard of. In a lucent_ 1'nnte IJocjnet'. Priiitd Cambrics, Lsiwns, URING insshort absence from the State, Mr Port Wine

't'."'e KenitJ to treinUu ; isc. .lui tyessuriod -i ass, and went to Cluth to Achish to seek his I trial for nvirdc-r. in that city, the jury brought Mu Jint, ILirc o?, Lacc-s Lace Capes., Collars and P WILLIAM I 1. Xrw>oir and A.MAKE are my duly 1 J bLL pure Irish Whiskey, a, very superior article

th---} ;idvj'c"jg foe; ritli as lilile sign j ecrvaut* : and Shimi went aid: brought his the defendant: .lames !v 'Ij' in guilty of murdei Cuff-!. authorised agents. I aUo return my sincere thanks to la store, and fx sdc low byCEO.

cf ptr; >;! as "a tist might hot from Gath. in the second degree. lime judge did not AlSO, a .mull assortment of BouieU, Flowers, the citizens of Tallahassee fcr their ft'rmer patronne. IL BESTWICE.FtLrcary .
*"uJULn c-S't-n-eseere; of novel servants liuclu'] ', Ac. and as 50011 a* I return, and stock can be obtained, I 6
: sarae 15,1S-1.
Now when the slaveholders nt the South this and when hs came I' eenttnce hin: ,, and Sheetings
rn.tr,' ; l\c\ a.iett] ail} with Jjttie I like ALSO, lileach >d.Jind Unwn Shirtings will be at my old stand in the Market, where I will
'..3"of cL1 p j a j saddle their asses tnd go to seek their fugi- he :idJresd tlie pi.jner as fo'lows : You, from } to"10-4 wide, Cottonadts, Carohuo. be happy to meet mv friends end customer Bank of the State of Florida."
justed ro.i ij hi; ;fat band.uo and that .. Ac.T PHILIP T. PEARCE.
alftlitinnUts not the Stri'K-p tf c
lives, v-e advise the Northern James Kelly, w til merit galloVF, the
undcrjigEecl having accepted appoint
> ,: u-ceud'-d tie ; and ucatedi-: d.c frub cnbcr calls the attention of the 11 St THE
rta whicli
pb thetni of mine. I i ta make asses of themelrps by saddling have not got it, is no futilt examine l-f. Commissioners under the 4th section of
you: cull J >rebnhi"
: to HP.
: iv rj ad it, with UP r-ublif, 1 *
a tr enor- au reti'icbt
;.ue agow selves witli the responsibility of attiuiptingi charged the jury pointedly, that you were GEO. II. MLGlXXIiS.iLurh Bacon Lard, &c. the act of the General Assembly of the State entitled
r ,
rA.jui.c.iRc, full si |(e head f his foe. will The u An act to incorporate a Broik in the City of Tallahassee -
the first
i their nn-laraation. If they they certa.Lily illy of murder 5i: degree. 22! US1.: 11Mu2ic. 2
At Ust !,!o>\ J.c: |.aa ii*(' beans tnIdered, gt A CASKS Bacon Sides, ," approved 2-ltb. January, 1851ttoteceiTe subscriptions
the shed account
J have their withers v.-rat.g by jionderou bli)od that will hereafter be on Shoulders
rd ttue dJZeJ2 hAked, f all :.i- 2 to the Capital Stctkcf the State Bank of
Lvd cc ; and merciless lidcrs of the law.-Afob of the \erdi-t of the jury by wheni y u wen 10 barrels Mess Pork, rlonda. ,' .nercoy piv notice that subscnpuons* in wn-

fp< tu tiie'\i-ai'b: fckull bUIvred in111 2e Register. tril l, will int l>e UflIi my fckiits. Had 1 ,1 RS.TUNXIXG1I Tu-hes to engage a limited 25 Hour, tin* for ooostitutm-* the Capital Stock of said Bank

-"' MJS. Tlie: cweia aetonishnicut then _ otherwise I would have considered ) J.I J. nuiitU-x of ptipili for iiytructu.ii on the Piano*'A 2 barrels sail 10 kegs Leaf Lnrd, will be received by them nt the cfbce of Henry L.

',.: :} IK cuacared, uuetibey bcUddtha little T1ie New Orleans charge'l wild I..'tielLi.idei.C at ilra. E. ISaruard's.n' 15 Whiskey. Rutgers,VB the first day cf March next ITie said
Tin: COTToN CHOP. that 1 might as well have let the tiger ; received Sclir. Barnard, and f r sale WMcXAUGHT
lrv'': sff l 1uarUr. per to be accompanied\rirh veEiv cent.
< cribD the 1wr su t criptions per
a quii; c r\-e, as great 15tl intt. after ifuiatking: that the rattlesnake 3cjFurniture. 3t A ORMOXD.Xewport .
f -d-catw IVce of the loo.-e on tie! streets, or j jl.iet'd a Mardi 15. 1W1. of the re pecti\e amounts in cold CT sirver. The
fii r from Shoot'e fingers raid fell dealei-s there were reluctant Jo operate uulil under the pillow of an iaf.uit 'Ihete i.s no March 2, ISZI. 11 books of subscription to be kept tptn fur the sptca of

Jti a i )od datter at a dif tance of t v,enty they could see the f.Tcct! of the late panic in doubt a< to your ntrocioys guilt in the fiendih sixty days, and if at that time more than the uhol '

fcv. iu tLe Lall! llj,. Baffled bully uttered this on the Liverpool tnaiket adds: and diabolical murder of John ( 'ox. 1 ou \ SMA1JA'rtrileflt. of cheap furniture" just re.gL. In Gadsden Circuit Court. amount of the stock U found to I* subscribed the entire -

p of "'r id! aslut of soaievoand- country with _. : .. cu cdl'V Uio "Charl.-tte \Vtms.. SPRING TERM, 1851. stock will be divided among the srobsoiber* la
,l b.-aa rf "For a lew weeks the Manchester*! innerswi stand befon- this court spotted all over GEO. 11. MEGIXXISi proportion to their stibscripticns.
:/ly, aad ithed ..' from | of of 2100 ,. ofv.iirul and premeJitatod murder 11 C. IL Williams )?
the crime
!'.x 'h.i 1!! !! gloat over the ju pects a crop March 22. 1831. Attachment JAMES K1RKSEY,
!; Lw tre it wfc poised for the de-I to'J,500,000 b li s ac ad\iscd fiom thequirteriia .-unji.iialK-led! iu tho annals of crime, and Is."r- I Assumpsit $500. JXO. \V*. ARGYLE
?Pr.tk. I'1! staff auotVcr Wm. R. Pettes. Charles A. Egerton. J
tuc uile cut Per
? roii but the day sentence cotiMgning DAVID C. \VILSONT. ,. -
instead of n you
January and Tebruary; pasting others interested in the ""
rant, jud the ib followed the rcci-j ts "TalLdiassc-c, we lIE defendant JAMES T. ARC1ER,
thi to the >
mutlij should at j adJiti" [ JHT T
hand and however to cell in the peiiitenthry; we "N of the commencement
is rt take
"W-eane. Ue djea sulv drew n-volv-) j of reckoning at JL r. Aiixcd from X. Orleans, above suit, will :Ii.O'trr. \ AVILLIAilS,
a la\e
to mystify and tTiiu be paceing the sentence of death upon just thereof and plead to the same according to law.
ig: nt-jl- but bofor toucli! the j circular writers may attempt It, Cusk, iL heaifl, ET. L. RUTGERS,
fajbid time O ALLISON
> A. K ,
t'1ge hj Ids gull their! conppondents by fclitious estiiuiale you you richly deserve it. Iii do S.oulih-r! for Plaintift Tallahassee: Feb. 3,1S51. 5 [Sentinel
powerless bj March22, 1P51. flAttorney
unmatkcdi 2'jbl.UMtfbS I'crk. -
?. they will be tnot-t winiallv
I fore tiC of another tuanth. \\ere-* Jlatfirr a din ,'f/LOtr.'jh1e babiu-e sheet of Iii do mperfinc p.ii1 extra Flour, Notice. Seed Oats. -
Aud then for the dU Yell A? lajtse half bbU. St. I-rouis doa IL Pettea from New OrJ -
first tme Judge share broker iu TUSTreccivcd "Wm. ,
lattly a per
betr-.M'!'" .-].iiJ! <. anoa.a.. lie ststraped lhi serve to oursehes the tk of performing J. Stephens; TrijpM'i.} show debta to bl.ls Leaf Lord, A LL creditors, legatee",and persons entitled to dh. leans, 200 bushels of St Louis Seed Oats.Feb. .
: erition at the lituc. of Lombard street, London, do. JTi. out of the estate of Reuben B. HU-ka, ROWLES.
t..n.c,. and ; proper 20 Kti--* Jribution 8, 1861. 5 BERRf 4
jiuAinu 0oU! 1eneatiz it I "Among the ircent receipts of cotton, we unsecured crcditotc? to the amount of .>( .f 0. 10 bll Lilir.ie.s deceased, late of Brunswick County, Virgin! are _
'l'u' '; !" | l :=c--*' 'Ir. cleik, von hnvc wen several paiccls of -caled motes, To meet thi! the assets are jilt down at 'lin tJ S.Llk''e, hereby! notified that their claims and demands -will be A. Z. SIAX\TEI.L. )j. D. PAT*.

is au'sitnieas a foul disgrace ill outward >- debts, and 1 17s. doubtful. \ ehae f l>0 bushel- Coin, barred at the expiration of two years from the date MAXWELL & PAP?,
to good
fru ; aj
baled r.nd
M tk neatly presenting bo exhibited to the subdCriber
ioj! of ihcrilT. take 5000) jioundn L'rrai fur Cows. hereof unit1** the same
attaraqs.Mr.. of of ho bunted and were ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW,
jiejrauce the oxidence of a real bale cotton, heard men w wp Fur ia.l ttlow t'.rcabh. within that time; nnd all persons having any 'jemonds

T'i" 1ail": and counting moreover as such in the arrivals. unable to pay three cents on the dollar, but JJKKKY AKOWLES.. Auctioneers, Ac.S'.S.M. against the uid estate,are alo notified to present them TALLAHASSEE, FLOSIDA.

&ie 'J1"r! iiii-cr spgig ta obey the man- This stufi' ha been sold at prices ranging from this is a harder case than any wh'ch has come Nari1i 11 for settlement, without delay. February 8,1851. 5

JlT'i iiftill! >diatev! scene of"confiiMon bale and here wo have under our observation. We shall ever be anxious BURWELL :B. VHLKES, -
6Q that descriw. 'llie 1 1Ot1 J.ra- 81-23 to S'J-50 per Dress Goods. Executor of Last Will anti Testamef.LGadsden Just Received
'en l'' another roof that everything \\ illbcdosKilo to L-arn what portion of tie C 1 17s. ,
before r March 8 Sw
us ami County, 1,1851.
Ib'fl.iln J-V-ndsofCcn. Siw: ot the asets of Mr. I UST received per Bark C. Wyniw plain prhit- CUBA TOBACCO
swell die be\ond its legitimate doubtful, put down among SMALL lot of genuine
:thertd roujd to propoitiuns. Sv.LMu.lm
of wed %
t itiZfl lint their :iid to sustainneu weight in Ifrocjir-h Tine months after date 1 shall to the Judge Medicine Store, sign of theMorta.r.3larchl,1851. .
to throw in all Mich tra h and light Gin liam, plain; and printed Lawns, apply 8 tf
ClI; of the you t Menaces l ,f crownsZ.UQ the bat ain, and ftill adheie to our firtt, and 1rn-c1! 1'ar'orie.-t appears, from the ShiiwK Jenny Jjnd A'iitilACe.lfajves, Cellars and O cf Probate of Madison County for letters of dis-
QOrlk/4-rm curgfg >I f imjiglliflg andCrSii9 that toirurhi \uh u Variety of fancy articles, mission from the administration of the estate of '
tlicling < only estimate of t!. 00,000 bales. Statistics of Lowell Manufactin. Cuff gre.it Pork, Bacon, Molasses, and Coffee.A .
? fcU-il- of and vhiclikcinJte the Kttcnuon ol use lkLlieM. Daniel Flinn, deceased.
'L |? alternate cries rape there are twelve corjM/rn'ions ot different to HEIR A IIUST. SAMUEL WILLIAMS, Adm'r. FRESH supply received per Tallahaa.saeend
i(it fir. j vith tl eawful explosion CONSOi.tTJoN.-<4loi," of the Baltimore kinds, which have fitly mill, with an aggregate Mardi 2 1651. ll, tf March 2-2, 1S31. 11 Cm t yL for sale by .
an"s idea ofUut ircNAUGHT t ORUGND.Newport.
hk.iid.d together a \ixiJ of Shadrach Williams capital of Sl SlW.lOO, and )25,500
l'Ic1flUUiutn. til the tern- Sun gives the owner 82 7 1 females CHARLES W DOWNING March 1. isSi. 8 '
ougliout some'comfort at least. He gravely assures spindles, O/.HM) () looms; employing Groceries. ,
;Petuot: t..vo iarlixiaualsTuigiit! he (iirU.ii AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
of the and IJ,70ii males weekly consiiinption ATTORXEY Firm.
the claimant that the prompt res-cue ; received JUT Bark C. VTyrnw, Loaf Sugar, Law
1:4i: : ::a ia tlvliirhiud ar.d liters paves him from a vast amount of expcntts" of cottofi 573,400 Ibs., and wool 0,000 Ibs. JUST i'i barrels and half harrcla, Rio, Luguira, and Tallahaaaae, Florida. S A BREVARD will practice in co-partner

OlQe Tih! Judge used his litctip- negro which he would ha\e had to incur in re- 1'he average wages of females, clear of board, Java CottVe Tobiicco. Soda Cracker, Pine Apple t Office nt the Capitol. BEARD all the Court of the Middle Circuit of

tie ITO:, with 1-4h1e ( Iflejeticy, him. He I instances the case of Henrv per week, is ftti, and of males 1 bO. Daily Cheese; Sperm and Adamantine Candles, for pale low March 15, 1851. 10 if Florida Office in ToUaliaasoa.

ng bniU 1 H1 BulTtnan, i iinJT coveting 'lliere by HEIR i RUST. JOHN BEARD.T. .
Ufc. readers will IJ yards are
yet t.paiin ppindle, Stolen
Long, whose reclamation cur average |ler March 22, 1851. U Lost or VT. BREVARD.
''S ti>e 'cleaifticyaf h's honored friend, the after- other mavMfactures in the satue place of the
remember, cost more than negro GOLD reiWil and Pen, some-where about the February 1,1851. 4 tfCrockery.

watirtiig iJie fnijJou cut of cilJ.t'r Kuife or watdsold for. value of 1,300,000, employing a capital of Castings.LAROE ui.i first or middle of February, with a topaz set in -- -- .-- ----
P'ktol.' nnd cmslied down .nilPNutioa nnd and about hands. which the finder shall be suitably rear C2is 'tiiid lone Ware.
actually traiujj/d This is paving rather dear for justice; 8100,000 1,500 A assortment, just received and Tor sale ioarintrat every furious Uovraie the beauties* ol" the .L1. lw by HEIR -A RUSf.ar ded. Enquire nt this Office. HEIR A ftUST are now receiving a large asoru
j is i is a fine commentary upon March 16,1851. 10FIETCHERV1LLE It Crockery,Glass and Stone Ware. .
the order in court -
which 11
'avtocrve wild fugitive tla\e law, and the pledges Notice.-The Southeni Ighit Aeiaticu 22,1851. Oft land a general assortment of Dry Goods. Hard

'n'aincm ulnch he iccc'unamedilli 1-oote and his followers made about the way of 1 touch's j U
|*al. of Uu l.ter. Iu Jess lhan two minutes the North would enforce jt.-Missis pian. CiXt meeting on the last Monday of the present month) v Groceries. reasonable terms as they can be purchased in the market

e party 4-.fthe Judjre ttiumphcd, the clitiuc'tttiieral to attend ER Tidlalinssec'frotn Xew Orlean, (B SIGHT OF THOMASV1LLE, GEOttr.IV,) February 1, l8I. 4 tf
Smoot suffered disastrous deji-at, being the 31ft ult Mombers are requtotcd I leo b.urrel-s superfine Ohio Flour, "PRIVATE BOARD all thing included ?10 ptTJL
last balls which Louts Xa- busincM of 'will be submitted, and several Louis accommodated witliout 'Houor. -
znd ti to theit'h At one of the a* imjortancc 20 extra St. month. Travellers Corn.

bully himsdf was borne away poleon attended, we rematked a woman who ad Jre? t"* may be erpected. 5 hog heaA Middling Baxin, ; .a heap cheaper than Cotton sells. QC\f\ BUSHELS CORN for ale \,7 -

the debut of Archibald Yell ins was besieged by a throng of adorers bavarian> She or March S2,1WI. C. P. C1IAIIIES, Srcretary. "5 3 -" best Sliouldt-ra ugar,cured llama, January 18. SSl. 2 I1.Cm T. SMITh OUU MeNAUGIJT 4ORMONflNewporttareh1,183l. .. .
either Saxon :

; and from that day his jwpulatitytaan was a ttranger, 2 cu.ls Rice,
$ I (;ermui. She had lx>eu twice a widow, and To the Citizens cf Leon County.tg J; barrels Lar H. BRADFORD, -
hero and polnton .
as a
5 as a Judge, as a officer Ltrta.
1tieh once a wife. She married first an rnndiJute: ftir 5 choice Sugar, AT ajw
never 1 wpfirtluHy nv.titjuneeniy.e1f ,
," rajndly andbiilhaullylncreaseclipbodall sale K fOf\ Cask Thon&ton ijm*'. ft>r sale br -
wed For .
who quarreled on his of lYffoate for the of Leon :500 bu.hclCom.. br .
1n jj it the with A captain of hussars, on at the election' in October next. IP 1851. t ttpT : -
werf caniufi.ldiia the first year of ding day 15 181 JESSE ATKINSON. March 2, l5I. II ; e-tDee.2h8 ,. 81
mutkets in the Prussian March ,
L of perfecting
cniiritjon, Ue became a candidate for subject .


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. Tax Collector's Sale. COTTON TAILORING. I j JTcgctl 3!,btJtrtiCiIltllt MsON& C I
?ljc I) .flori&tcui & Souvnal. GINS StoW ynrf. ? tW Url, I
v1 1-IE subscriber would inform citizens of TalJ J -
the _
viitue of the power ve.tfd in me by law I = = --- : == --
. -- BY have levied Ulilln. and shall expose for sale, before JESSE WATSON JL 1Jha""l'e that he has commenced Ihe. atovt business In the Circuit Court of the State of Florida < CONNEtTING with the n-1ftntft. JCfCIt "

! PUBLISHED EVERY. SITITXUXY EYEMXG.T the Court )llou"edocr, in the city of Tallah.n- ami res['ectfully solicits a share of public for tha Southern Citcuit in and for Sloaroer Maine, St Ham1f'\lr&! tsttwt4n tile To.lIe. :1

8 ee,on the lust Monday in May next, the following GIN MAMJFACTUKER; patronage. Vermont,
E II M 8 : properly or so iruch thereof will pay the Stated Palmyra, Lee County Store opposite Ihe Florida Exchange. County. IX CHANCERY. RhodeState. 1 1JU(1. COnnCetkUt,to..., C I\t\ b...

THin;, Da .LtRtner annum, if paid in advance.MRCC an County Tav due thereon for th* y er lt5J, and Georgia, (t3- Garments cut to order. I IVLirare.Columl4a enisyltaiva, }t lanr.l. }li
inform his friends aod the JAMES SEMPLE. William E. Williams, ) ivliana O1i.>. hl1mnjj,
_ AND A ii 'Lr.lf paid: vviilun six inontl.s. all incidental expenses, to wit : WOULD public gene. the 'W <
,< that he continues the above business al November 30, 1S5''). -17 tf *. [ Divorce. gUl r.lUy,1M M\Lvppi and .A AUW ent
of land
FOUR DOLL.\R it not pail until Ihe end 01 the .t'at All Ihil tract or parrel known as Forbes I
,, > his old stand; where !he vt ill be h3Pl1yto then ,I __ __ ____. _______ Ann William ) and the prc nuu-nt pLt-u in RiTerT,1l
; Purchase ithit the limits of Leon County, supply Georgia aiul ,
\ c m- the
j-Theetetrn. \\illbo rigidly adhered to, nd wilh a Jirtt rate article. As "of ADVANCES made on Cotton shipped Our f. c5ti C.
'* an evidence Iheijua'.ity satif.iction of this s are
tai o: 142,720: acre. more or I les!,said to belong to CASU appearini* by affidavit to the extensive and
ru Juru.\Ot discontinued until i I all aireara-* are Apalachicola Laud Company. of his work, he would state that out of the ) K.NeUonNe\v York.bv IT Court that the Defendant Ann Williams reside r n secure the safe tnl eJl T'IJ.eet. t?.
t the optio-i publishers. Suh- larse number sold him the October 1&50. II. FLAGG.
ultht by 1 past not one haf.lil W. 41 F. Freiyht, ,,1- Pckags J""lltM'Jfd/rt
IX McRAENY.Tax year, out of this State, and in the State of Sew York on mItl 'fwm
ti1 be received for three months at One d I
i to --- --
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j 1)11ir-4i.11 Collector, Leon County. give pcrttcf alisI.tction.and would a* rf( ----- notion of S. Iw Mallory, Solicitor for th! Complainf one el of the ctijntry to th,otfor and!
montl tat $1 :i') Kvery: older for the Novcmer9lS30. 41 ts ere nce, givethe name of any one who ha* one of his StrayedFnO1 ant the mon emote p 'in*. 't
paper uut of ;this! mu-t be with Gins in He ii
accompanied u intending to enlarge hUestablishment the subscriber at Ocklockonee From '
--- / Ordfrtd That the Defendant km and : or man eir*
-- i ill ( erperience in the
I t he cjh! unless the order ernethrruh an* of our considerab'y' this the 23d 21th November appear EXp8>,
Tax Collector's Sale.Y vear J Ity which; me3n9 lie will ,about or demur Bill b '. ,1ue! .ncctn1 whh [
to llww
fUII.wer, plead, or Complainant on or ,
tejuhily: authorized agents in the State.ADVERTISEMnfTS be enabled to till orders (which last year Ire was unable 1_ a bright sorrel HORSE, 11 or J5 hind! and Ad\".c.
t before the first of June otliervrhe tlieame our ntnerou aiVnntasjei. in
Monday ether
virtue of the power vested in me by law, I to do) with Gins, it thin and wilh and next r
B possible, superior any ever high, very spate, long lex, a will be taken PrmfiJfJ Publica- the least if which i the aonfiJeoce !C
shall: expose for sale, before the Court House at manufacture.) in S.uthw/>stcrnGeor ia. lie thinks : white s;\ot in his face. Any inf.rmalionii1 be I p. pro ronfto: nd
ion of thw Order be fir t mndo the New York (* fcelai J.r" f
in jorne nmmitl' ve
Qaincy, in the of Ga.t.e-n! newspaper
I County the that
on second every 'elr's experience enables him thankfully received, or if required suitably paid let
\V 11 b-in-erted i at the rate of Oiie Dollar to make a
month never to gre tne 't
per iqnareof Monday 1 of April next the follo'.vitu described proLit! tle better article. the subsetiber in thi State for the term of three cease most entire' -.,
I live!felines I (for the: and eachsaSsepienl by Quincy.
fifty cents fu 2thISl. our frirtics the Jewdltrs, Bankers \
frt peitx.or so much thereof as will pay the State and I Heinga practicalmechanic.and wilhal, J. L. SHIELDS. January and y
determined -'
a insertion. reasonable deduction \
, will be mad County; Tax: due thereon for the sear I IS"'!, and till- hat none but Gin-,ot t h'I'rv first clas shall be manufactured December 7, 1 S:O. 43A JOS. R LANCASTER general
o-i legal niJicese.tatenoticefjjearly necc jiiry expense! incident thereto, to vit : in his.hop.ht>fE''I; notices without alteration! by persons having them 1 1S51. 4 3m "s from New Orlarw, an.! EinrtJ t.
TlfcwhoUof what i is called Forbes' Purcha;p' to operate to the satisfaction 011 the Receiving from New Yorlc February our
I Tegular 8CCfUnl.ilh i the office. purchaser. He *
New Orlejns and }[tWe.OIi .
Iv ing in Gad len much
County, or so thereof
All ain"tncements of candidates. ; for office, rivi: 'pay); lime Tax aforesaid, b'JUlldl'll.on Ihe Est 1 btht'as will will deliver plantations.them free of charge to purchasers atlIwir FULL apartment of Staple Goods and Groceries State of Florida. C'4-St. Charla Hotel 'BciIding' SeT.

B3LLIRB-invariably in 3dnnct. No attention Orklocknee Riveraini the West confuting in part of and 19 Will street lew York.
0111 bv, the
: will be paid; to anvruierloraaouncernrat.2nIess engagements MaJ..with Ira'f'Jlingtpnls, 1'ronn] Shillings and Sheeting. l'a.18: .
J* ncco-npanifd with the ca.h. Tax Collector HUGH O. McLEAN, or order* to the Proprietor at Palmjra, shall be. IHeached do. do. Calicoes Martha Devalt, ) __4 -----

All reliziou. m Irri3?., and obituary)' notices publisVd : Orfolier 1'2, t i\jl. tom GadsJen County. promptly tended lo. Wood and Willow Ware, r.,. > Bill for Divorce. PRBiUUlCOTTON GINSE --:

;;ratiiito< I lv ; bat editorial! notifj(or private 41)m Repairing: properly done in the most durable Wooden Hiu-kets' and 1 ub- William W. Devalt. ) ... \\UWti(. Pr.

benefit, will be charged H advertl ements. aim nor. Fancy and Coninu Soap-, arpeJrin to the ati Tax Collector's Sale. (.j-:: lie is also Ag.'nt for the sile of Chanm3n I Sperm Adarnan'ine! Candles, I in this cage filed that William W. Devalt, ::-ti-rjvjtjt,

JOB wonK. BY virtue of the poser vested in me by law, I Rindall's & Co'* CAST mos HOIJ"E POWER SIT. Brown and Loal(Su"ar, t he Defendant in I this i came, resides beyond thejuiislie ; i fer idction nannuunc lly. thrraghont to their the pati.ii C'I'tlIvr..l.' an'Jti--'a',

: eXjo#t' fur flale,bE'(.>re the Court Hnuse atQlimcJ' GAR MILLS I in Southwe''tem Georgia and Florida,. Nails, Sj; anisi! Cisiais, aq ortfd Candies d !ion of I his Com!, and out "1 the Stale of Florida, gene
well Job W'rkH.ch that they ale rared lo
'V ta execute m isn.
are prepared in the County\ of GaJsd, on the !.>con. Contracts can be lO.dt'llh my Travelling A 'nts Ri', L;>!inira. and Java Coflee. bat in.some other part of the United Slates: } :41111'1( jnj u3t'
as bj11card*, blanks, pamphlet, !,&c.,with real- \Iondil in A information wanted with regard to the cn-t and On That the aid of Ihelft'h.hraf..d IncanrM Gi.ts..
April nextthe following: described h.iinlsupply ol Kentucky' n.iircing and Rale : 1t is Ordered, William W. Devalfdo
lies* aid despatch. Ail!) work of thi description. pro- operation of Iw ." mill-*. he obtained Where these Ginshave been tirce nse J. j it| ,...
pircept -rty,(rsi much t thereof as will p.y (lime State and by ad.re.! H.pel-'l"ur, flacon Rice: snzar-rurrd Hams, appear and ans-.ver said Rill of Ci-mplainT within b y
for per!''n,having. >earlv accounts with County Tax due thereon for the year 1S50, and the ins me at Palinvra Lee Co:mt\"',Georgia. Laid, &c. JOHN McDOUGALL. three month*, or said Dill will b. take' pro ctmfemo e deemed nnnetf- #jy tar the Manntarinrtrtrma ''
the office, m-i-t: he C. ,r on deliver *- word ij their lavor a-* I they heel l cunf, .,
March GOJS'iU. 12 .' *
-. laij necessary expenses: incident thereto, to wit : Jv 0.-t<.t.' r 'i l n. .*f) a! 'lair Defend"tnl and that the cau;e be set for hines have beers bf tight Isue1* itf "
-- ---- ---- )'i> ; [ ,
--- ------ -- Sly bundled - rrtlcn
and the ne.xtTerm of said ( March
-- = tony acres of land I lyint* on learingduring curt in their .rrf-trnafice v\ul rtciir.cier.di' Jin
JOHN 9'ifituor! p
TOWLE & MYERS .flc ck Creek, purport-tis; to belong to L. S. C..i un,or next : %
I prefere-re f o all..ther GUI
>i> much thereof will t Tax month after datiI! I laIl make application .indit i, Jurlhir Ordered. That this Order bepublished IK \ >n \4 rOt..
as Ihe
Watchmakers and pav aurt's: tid. [OF TIM: LATI: rnoi (K IR-LL & rRAToiir: ',] SIX t;lactioio: I hoe who have not r.-f! i v
Jewclers.II' the Honorable Jud,e of Probate in and for Ihe (;
HUGH O. in in this
McLEX.V! some public newspaper printed I
I, I and alit,
inform his frionh I are UKacqQainrd I tWit Jptieli.rs
AVING procured the! !tt'ice. Tax Collector 'for Gadden Couf < and the public County ol JtfTeisoa.fcr letJersof di!>mi!si<.n and discharge State once week for three month, and that Complainant reputation|Ji,?
) )ha taken the nefd on''' taT, that the FI.
: 01! Mr. ALLEN, f.nineilv' o: October 12, Is:?). 40 firnB : Ji"TorI.n" > : store htt'h"I'l'uf'i: ,1 a j Executor: of the laT Plfll?;"
..!. st'.re h have beeiva\ar i to \Ytm for he EErr V
;adji-ining the CI
''uscity, they now prepared to Izitrlyeimpiel Khene/er FoNom, late of said County, deceased TllOUSL TZELL
art Hull Pr.it4iriu where JuJge. htbi ted at the erea State Fair hid a' A'Ia ,
w by v will l lie eIl! All herein interet.tel ,.
execute all \ .i ID i t tlie ahi\e line\\tth I i I'rmptn..s" TaxCollector'sSale. :! per.on are hereby notified ac- October 1C, 1 Sjt. ,
: to attend to tlicill ni,J \ ;ut.4 IIf tln !i.m; also! at the A barn: and Gtreii 4\grifalr-j:;
; wIll irdinlv.
6'' sl in ihc most -ati"i-toiy '::nner. To nor lri"ndfct Y virtue of the > may. lxdipo i c HARDY) MOORE.Jefferson ) A true copy-Atte>t, aar.d
power vested in me by law, I -ed to juitrnni/e him in Li* line of Lusi'K'---. County, December 7 lS"f Mechanic Fir, held at Cnlnmhn; p mJit-:
O. 4S
bih I'm
all woik \l
% diiiai: a.i i early aite'itun; to I shall for sale C. L. C.\RRUTIJ. Clerk.By .
expose belore the Court House at He lia< recoivcd. by the late arrival- annual P'air of ft S< oth Carolina (Institute
be forwarded to us, will !h. : ", a rJutirf andirrlftflcrffd M. A. CARRCTH. D. C.
may 'fn.TO'LJ Qirncy, in 'h>J County of GJ 1-.tell. on the lif'col'd sutyJitf t'VAtixxi.;. Notice.SIX Chafleston. The '"f.too 1:rnt'd on thtv Gm, ,
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MYERS. nrrf. VeJihyf, December 7. 1S50. .S 3m
& Monday of April I next,t the following I described pro- Fanry CfooJ ; a/!n. a ytwrnl --- reived the first Pitnium* at the eshioitinn t '
September 2.. 1 tc.v'. tf petty, or so ir.uch thereof as will pjy the State and r.lr.t.rl'J,1'i months after date, I shall apply to the Judge! Chare.tonSonuim! (amlim.aml aiotrj rair.i WJ,
County Taxes due tht-reon JU: A I D Y-JfA 1) K CLOTl/IXG. i f Probate 'for Gadsden! County lor a Iinalliolle.! State of Florida. ire
Towle Myers from IS1" tt> 1S3'J' inclusive | sanr-le of Crtfin r'r'ni them have been nh L,It(1
& and the necessary expenses incident thereto to -\11llf which, I ikitcr inv .i-lf! arc eniial in >tvle anti merit and discharge In m the estate of Hardy Shepard I NLEO'NCIRCJITCOURT-INATTACIIMENT.( The Prop.ief'ul:.' in her po*(<> IIIIIJI/H.
on 4nnd, and are now receiving, a new and I and fl,",; .J.-cea-ed. I.:. S. SHEPARD. Adm'r.
HAVE wii :: quality qn'.te .n f U nil) t3ior< tliat'-nill le John w. ArgIe, on* certificates IJi.nli-r*, Ct.itrD Erriurj
?rl assortment of GOODS, consisting otGo'd Two hundred and forty acres of land in Ga&thntio timmd"in thin ,mu kt*. II.- will give particular atten Gad.-dcn County, January 11. ISI. 1 Cm r.9. ]) Asumrit. million llerchar Jhnnfarturerj tol| C8-P..,

Lwr Hunting Watches, County, purporting to belong to Robert I n ti> ]his b-vb-iiu-j<. and li ii Lc will merit a lill r.lll i iparonage 1 --- - ----- Protection Insurance Company ol I!I'Sum .sworn, to Goods, testifjirgkat the performance the Girt
Gold Anchor Lever doRilvtr < much thereof will the Tavas from the public.November P. P. LEWIS 2?.t) '..
s I' as Pa' aforesaid, I ly. New Jersey. J and the amplr foduce.! by I hem, cannot fcen.

L'\cr Anchor Hunting Lever do do ing on Flat Creek. UGH O. McLEAN, 23, ISjii.' 4C tf local Dentist, Tallahassee, Florida. TilE defend lOt and all others interested i are here- celled by ant Gin+ver mannfactnred
Saver Tax Collector for Gad -de ----- ---- -- -- --- orders
and do n County. -- ---- -- 7> "I) OOMS in the new building immedi- notified of the institution ol Ihe abovesuit All fur Gi<, siven either :n oar tr 5f!;>jor

Gentlemen's Laptne ant connon Ladies' ni om Pil?,3 general asortmenf October 12, 1 Sjt. 4) Gm' Pure Sulphate of Quinine. .J.1tC' 4 LV atelr Ea.-t of the Post Office, when by attachment, and are rerjtiired to appear at the local AgenTs, o Inr warded to the Prcrneor!

of Eir and .Finger King< *, Odd Guards and -Tax- ---Collector's- -------- Tiff: .subscribers have on. hand two hundred and ,he will be found unleprofo:.innallJ: next Term of Leon Circuit Court and plead to the mail, will alvav >cei'e pr''.| t atrentinn. C.! ,
declaration filed in said will bf ent to narf of the conntrj, adwar.
Keys, Fob tad Vest Chains, Seals G.ild and Silver ) ounces ol Sulphate' ( Quinine, which thcj e ngageti. Septemlitr 7,1><50. S5 cause. any
PencilsGoll I PCM,Goldand Silver Spectacles, Gold B virtue of the power vested in me by law, I have obtained diiecl Irom the rnanulacturrrs, andthey ARCHER & COr.LEY.Attorn ranted 10 give satifaction.

Sleeve, Collar and I'jS'-m' Buttons' Silver, Peail and shall e\po for .lle. before the Court ilou..e at will warrant it to be a superior article. New Goods. ys for Plaintiff. JJS L. DUTTON. ApIt,

Card Cases Gold and Silver Thimbles, fin? Qmtipv' iI/I the County of Gadden! on Ihe second We have enlarged our jitock of Drugand Medicines December 2'. F.VX 50 3m Columb'?, Ga., leb'anry S, 151. 5 Jj

Shel, Silvi, raId tluflalo Combs. Monday. of \pril ne\t, thl. following described pro. by recent an i ivatind are prepared to execute: THE Stmhserilcrs }hare ju:t received por Pactct In Notice.

AU''>. FiDCl Mintle Clocks, Table Knives, Tip p. *rty, or so mach theieol as will% pay the Slate and otders lor articks in our line, at wholesale} or it-tail, It. H. Gamble, a large addition to their Chancery--Madison County.RILL .

Tru. Pui iJ Silver Wate Silver, Table and Tea County Tav doe thereon for the year IS-'), and the on the most accommodating terms. Stock of (:Good, Consisting in part of the} following ar FOR DIVORCE. 'nr.deri2r.ed hingma erme ecwzr ,?.

SooI4! PlateJ' Spoons, Foik, Cram and Soup Ladle necessary e\penes incident thereto, lo wit : We ha\e also a few account vet .e to us for lh.. ticlt''iz, : Situ Cason next friend of Susan Murphy, JL men in his binrrs-1, requt-t all Ifnt ,.

*. Plated White's, d: Tea Sets, Castor Candle- Seven hundred and fity! acres rf Land I king rn year \*>l'J. They are generally' in small ami'urts 1 Sugar--brown, yellow, cru-hed} granulated d. loaf, ts.Arnold i Jeht.rl to call and' !ell. up lo fut llm'h.iIUno ,

lick*, S dar Limps Silver and Gilt Girandoles. Crooked Crtek, purpotting to belong to .frmistcad but i if the hole could be paid shortly 1 it wiuidzo: Curc-: ,Rio, Laguyra.Chocolate Murphy. i book, but sell nii !(.oc? exrlo;ueiTf.rn.b. ,

Alao. fine/ double bfeltc Guns, Shot and Game and Raney. fd rtovvardsliquid.mtingcetlailm t surrs which we nyc -Ot>coa it Uroma, UPON the affidavit of the Solicitor in the above produce, ard by so dir,; he will be *bli to I!,;,

Digs, and Fla'.k ; Kmve Porte Monnie HUGH! 0. McLEAN, LEWIS &. AMES. Twi-M-ick and rreen, ; that Arnold Murphy r. soondent in said .I Ine lo-.vtst liirig prif, w Inch he prrBw; t p.

Port F'oli4. Violins, Llaronets, and Flutes, fine Razors Ta\ Collector for Gads-den County. June' S, JS.-.O. 2! Bread-Pilot and Navy, suit, has removed and still 13 'be old; (lie limits of and rEquesl'l his iildci-lfmeisand otfceri wijhtrf
Strop &c. October 12, IS1). 40 Cta -- ------ ------- --- ('raeker'-butterwntcrlcnion,."la,sugar tt Br-toa I I the State of Florida : : buy ]low, to zive him call. He bason )ran4i-s

B' lt quality and general assortment of ?Perfumerv, -- ____n_ __ __ _._ .u __ Carriages, Buggies, Saddles, Harness, &c. BaU'r-Lt.ot Co..'.n, //1 i9 Ordered That suid Arnold Murphy rlo appear -isr.ifment rf Shoe,Hat<. Cap*. Blankets,f>"adnd

tc., &c. TOWLE &MYERS Jefferson County' Tax Collector's Sale. D. E. -- Cl 1 ifc-i.-"a i' s ag>,pine-a j>j'le! Eng.daily&comm and answer or demur to said Bill within Ibm ci P Woclleo to"d-,.c., kc., fur iamil; and phut.
r 2 S, 1530. JS BY viilue e'f authority ted in me by law, I shall Hour- .ii lit-rn. We,t m. Unt-kwheat'i Rye, months frnnt..jhisdate, or said Bill will betaken I, lion u--?.

S"JImc expose for sale, before the Cowl house door, in .'JT IIH (\\RKIAGn; REPOSITORY Candles adamantine and pure bj trnn, eonfetso, ana that a hearing be had thereon tl.e Ja"31. R. n AMOS mCH.-\1tD

CARRIAGE REPOSITORY j Monticello, Jeflersnn County on the I fiist Monday in ::; f;: f i. Ujrtlett'* Brick Uuildin- ofift-r-.>r Soapa ereat variety. next term of said) Cr.urt :

May next, S ction 21, Town>hip' 1, Itange, Suuth) ":11.. three .'yiliiiditl ('lIr-'o'nt ROCKAWAYS. Spices pimento, ginger, pepper, mace, nutmegv.eloves ll i., further Ordered, That pu'dicatirm hereof be Moticc.SfX .
BY MILLER & BRQHAW, and Ea.t, or so much thereof as will pay and sati.-fy j -plrndi I !lot uf l1tG1 ES. with or without:: made in some newspaper published in Florida, for: I It months after I..ti', 1 shall aprlt tn ,the Jh.

I 7\J//T'Vas. Florida. Maria .Talilaro's d.-uble Taxes due the Stale and I t<'p-i. four l'EPI.\WAGGONS: one fecundhandRmlcaway Kenco?-a rt'tlt"nril.h-, t tii2 space and time of three.months. I !ll' Jndj- IVc.hate ton the Count 01' bo:

t'HE sub.rrihrlsonl inform their CuuJt amountitig to $i i5 SI.be>idesco-lc and char- I, with Iianic complete, which will be eold .tl- '. figs almonds rai-ins currants citron, applt, THOMAS L'ALTZELL Judge.A i for lettere.f final d/n.sion as ArlT.int..irarnrtt'testate :

i: t: .!: in general I ges.I Said Lands are si'ujted in the said County of very low. .ranires drii-d apples drietl! pea.-l.es candies, .(. true copy-Attest, of James Gac'uit ge. late ot said CIIIlT.Co

r h.lt I the> are r.c.i\'in. a lanre "upplol \ J and known as the Harbour Hill Tract. -\T.SO- Rice, White iSeansSplit Peas Fulton Market Beet C L CARRCTII, Clerk. ceased.

C.&i .-* ;t'';q. lill Si'/*, which thevott. i r JOHN WOOTEX: At the OLD STAND Plwrnix P.iiiMJngs We have al.-o recruited our stock of furniture, hart Deember2l,1'3'i l SO 3m EDWAJD BLACKLICGF: \dm'
for .de on t Ihe mi-i i t rfasuiia ,le terms. Persons Tax Collector for Jefli-ison Cour.t\. and hollow ware-, dry-goods lute and aJule, and ------ Jannar2I'.5i!. 3 6n

wishing to buy, are rei'ie f.i to call an.exatuine Novembers, is1"). 43 t m. pSa.l.Il( *. lridle! ;, and Martingale! ida vaiiiicty and it i i-t now very complete. Middle Circuit.
-- r i '.f !tyl, (-.: Hames-t of all'di'-rriptimH Notice.SIX .
Oct'ib"! 1'!* IS'i'i' 41 ;
th-Irltlrk. I T3} All (which we oflvr for sal the nal
II I Southern Mutual Life on n; tl'rmleX.l"fiJiT \I LEON CoUNTY-IN EQUITY.(
Insurance Company :' Axel. Springs JIll, }''. Da h From a Carriage Trim- ) months after ate. the undemznti will tlo

Tax Collector's Sale.BY I of Louisiana. I niing* awl 1 SJiuo I5inding-; Trunk ('atr.t Iwigs Vat Newport, 1)('. 2S. 16-jit. 01( i tf.OR3IOND. Tallahassee Rail Road' Company Complainant lIt his i aecoraniard vonchfrt lo the Honnnt.JaJze .!

virtue HAVIXG let aij"illted A-''iitf'irtlieal] iveComj I H'll'., ..e. together with all other articles required i vs.' (,i Probate i Leon County, a* Adninbinkr
of the power vested in me by law, I I i ... I j -- -- -- ----- Richard Cecire K. Walker, Union Bank]
Hayward Let
1 ( .ai'.; it uniifce.-sary to di-cu,s the ii his line. Valuable Plantation for on the estate of .Hre W. Harreli, late of
i the Com levied upon, ,and in the\Miievpo9-et tOW of *.le.before' '' im upirtance anl] Advantage (jf the mutual in-uriiice I N. 11. Repairing done with de.'pacli.NovemUr Sale.TIlE of Florida. Rurbutt K. Belton and.Elijah While, County, dfceaand aj.plv for a final Cnart

c the first IIHtd'r :ldi"CI. on I, priinuj! :, would n-H-Ptfully| wilirit the) CtJl.ikmtiul1ur j 'J3, 185't. 4-5 ff PLANTATION whererii the late Jw-hua I I. Defendants. trom the admiri"ration ot sad; esfa'e.CHNJAMIX .
\-::' Monday) -tine nest, at the usual hours. ol I j tJi\ <- citm-n-i of '&ttl.tlmt..e" anti virinity. inf. f"formerly resided L in Ix'ii County, near IT appearing from theallesatiin'of Complainant's: BYRD .4dm'r.

; Linda.le, to the hi be-l !mJ.r. the "lollmvin.. ? de (r'le relative to it,('all be obtained' ) bv, calling Any on thetilBriber. irmation C. C. BYRD & CO., Like Erie, containing 4/10 acre, of which sonic i'Kare m Bill, which are verified t bv affidavit, that Defendant Fort Stane".Januars 1%. \SSl. 2 (iii

Florida, lying,iz and being in the County of 1iJi,on, S. S. KNIGHT.; make very 1mb-i OIl advance Cottons. cleared and under cultivation. On: the premise Elijih While, i is not a resident of the State ol'
: WIIL i-4 comfortable fran.e Florida, but! reside in the State of Georgia that Notice.
X '' a Dwelling Hiai-e, with the so
""t.'m erSOlMO. t Ir'irtiietidi
> to in ne-
the 47 lf ( : .ew Oct 1 I'J
TheSEJof : of f Sec
T R6 Sand
20. J
r j -- : he be---rvvd I with of ,
cannot "
-- --- ciary out houses itc. Ilii-* Plantation jwtVe. process bp ?n3 :
K., a th. properly .f S. Patterson, to pay the CITY COTTON WEIGHER7THE // is Ordtretl That Defendant IX months afr dIIe. I shall make application1)Ihe
tates andcoMsdvi" .the New Goods. many advantage.-- it adjoin* the piwy woftds where: thtrtvpon Elijih S HonorabJud.e of Pr< bai; inandfnr'f

'47. M9, and 'ZJ.'on same lor \ear 1545. M6. undersigned PUHLIC CO (TON WEIGHER is j a lare and selected the raiure nvery g'.ol f'-r cattle and! hogs. TIme New : White, plead, answer, rr demur to this Bill, on or CountY of Jrff..r..o. fo; letlers of dismissinmridischarse ,
stock of 1
4' the Cit.f Tallahas OPENING carefully I rt a.nilr..b Plank Road l will before the first Monday in April next, at the peril 1
havinaju-t: returned jK pa*I"ihinttCI to I E eofrix rf the laittill and tes*
Tnt N 4 of the W 4 of Sec 2-3, T 1R 5, for I j I l.'nlania: and! Cnght Metal Ware, I I as
taxes &c., due :1513 to 153. from the North with two pair of Sca/ol. ,,.anufa :1: coosi-tnu in part of Tea and! Cotlee Pots, French fiiMI, yards ,.f the dwelling, and I think will go roll the of having said Bill taken for confessed, and aol to ment ol James Mllart, late of said CountY, drc':.
lured, adjusted and certified, b the line, or througli the whole f the him set do-rn for hearing ex park: Prodded, That
K-ngth f Plantation ; H.RT.Jefferilon
Also, t he E J N E 4 Sec and | :c' 4 Sec !/ Jnxptctor oj i\ Cotli-e FilleH> Pitcher Candle Slicks of dillereiil : I.; ANN
1 \ Seales I I 1 of t this Order be ( four months,
and published
If'figfifs the % and when thi- Road i ii a copy or
of Yotk which
<-p c is under 5 6ariov
12 T K 9 N Custom'lliiuse 'IImJ'll.tt..l. contract Count, February S, 1551.'
E. purporting to to J. J. ijiiililie?, Jelly1'uLI", Glass Liritern" Cake Hixes, I .
bdol i is wcekcon-ecutively. in of the
Uoderwood now prepared| to received and weigh : Caniiter ; to be d.ne by the J-t (If January 1 S5:, noPlantation one-a one ntspape'spulJlihd
fortavesdiieiherc.'ntro'n any
tl 1 50: j !, anJ a \ vanety of oilier aiticles, vvhich
; of Tallahassee.
Cation brought to this Market. the whole in the city Gar itC.EEIR .
THOMAS M. ANDKKSON.rSherifl : He will attend a't the; ofler for sale on reasonable( on line of the R/wl! will siirjtts* Vl\v Points !

and oficiaTa\! .Madi-ou Co. the Depot or at any pldce within the limits ot the Also I on hnd a (full and exlfnive tErlns. tnrk of Tin 'I it fur convenience, .tc. 1 It P1 is now tiered I for ide at a November THOMAS BALTZELL, Jud;e. A RUS' have just received a fwdas'
e al' Ihe 5, IS'iO.
City shortest
November 30(I, l jO.! 47 Oin not ice. In conjunction with the Ware of every description, tnantifactund b I Lara l't.r.on4 de--irou (,f pun-ha-ir] ------- Cotton weigbri. he has a large yard in the lear ol 1 good workmenand a' fair prices. ) tHi Jiwph Cliare g, F,4. who will -Low tl. -m the A true copy from .Yinute* nf Court. .* Blailes.: Sorts EladtT. and CnuBeiFebruary

A. B. CLARK i he Messrs.will receive KIRKSEYand'COT TON WILLIAM-S'STORES FOR WEIGHING where Le id Pipe, SOt-.' Lead. Copper, 7nc.: and Cistern I land., For terms .t-c. apj-ly tim toe at my re--idenee, A. LONG Solicitor OSCAR for A.Companant.Nvemher MYERS.I Clerk.M. l,1Sil; 4 tf
I OR ON Fort Str.UI-1JtJV. -.
(FOR ''tLY &IT'LL"I' ,) STORAGE.; The subscriber's uict attention Pump f'.r sale. Fin Roofing, Gulterinsr, and Jo!) I !>I. l Islil.( .11 : 4mJeijerson -
Work executed anti with fll' ---- -- --- :1IHI ShUl'S.
TTAV1NG: purcha!cd the interest of Mr. experience for the hit three faithfully jlalch. hoGs
years at the Depot January 18. 18.11. 2 tf
I.XJL Slillman, in their old bu.ineS can be will, he hopes, bring him the custom of the Plaiittrs T. WHITE Ai CO. --- --- -- -- -- ---- - ---- Circuit Court.IN HEIR RUSlare now epen a Jare '
\ found at their old stand Monroe street I nd Merchants &'ptem"l'r21.1)). 37 If -- CHANCERY. etl and sewed Bte:>i*
on .
generally. Olice: in the Lite nrrivaN gents tlfpe '
rear of Mr _ _ JUST byI'vera M New
where he will receive in a fe\v days from New Voik Kir,kse:1 store, where subscriber may be found at -Notice. -- and for sale by C. C. BYRD A Co. Bill for Injunction and Distribution. C,>nrre Patent Ledier and Cloth half B bl-;
one of the as-oitmeiits @.1 1 Headytnide a times.i Seal and Patent lai*
complete ewed and
20 pattentI(I La.he. I>resIlaregc.) .*. Exectors of William Goodman Complainants pegged regarms.
Clothin* and (ie.nlUincii's Goods( person indebted! to time estate of Janes \. : aLo I of Ladies G s4Slippers.
Fancy CHARLES .-. NASh, ALL : 5 !o ,I., do Polka. d>, M.E Slippers; a got a.ortBient
ever off or* in this m rket. AUo, a general a -jort- :; !" irk, late ot Le.m d'cl'a.d and SLoe Olrw
City Cotton tl'eightr. County, aierequested With a variety. of otlicr r\f.l.! fvr tIre-! "eza Dasher Sarah Water, Green R. Slater, Margaret Buskins", Tia Rots, ;
ment of French, Kn/linh, and lielgian Clot/is, September 21, t 1S'0. 37 II to make payment to the iinder>i igneil ; end -ALSO- France? Shter I Jane Eliza'jilh! Sliter. Harriet eTtnient of boys rt-es, and cLiloren SIIFebruary e5.
Black and Fane.if Ditenkins and Cansimerg, Jilaekanl ------- hose having demands against the sime, are ertbvnotified 1. 1S51. 4 tf
-- 10.XII 2 Plougl- '": 40 A No I, do, E M. Slater, John G. S!?It-r. William Sla'er, ,
Figueied Silk. Satin, Cashmere, and ftlrctlreitin lo t them within _
i Notice. present I Ihe lime prescribedby -
100 A No 1 and 2 1'viiittALSO
I I'longh John Goodman, and William Goodman Ellen-.vood!
f-, which he i is ,prepared lo in a.-i u I act u re at I 5rm of Nash l law, or they will he barred pajmenl.I. New York Agicultural "Warehouse
Ta.vlor ii this and Spain Defendants.
j I
the khottest and in 1 1W I TIn day ( ")h't'd I. F.
notice the n o.t approved II ljle. HEARD U.ulilkd Executor.December .
mutual con ent. Those indi-bted will do us I '> kegSupreme Gutl.en Butttr, i appearing to the sati-faction of this Conit, byaffidavit lt>9 and I'J' WATER STREET.A.
The community generally are rt-spi-ctiudv requested l 21,0.I : 50 8f IT
call and t pleasure to settle as soon as possible.i in Chi-r-o made in thi- cause that the said Deten- B. AlLEN &. CO.,
to examine tuy *!ock b<-lore purchasing else -
4 NASH. ,, Slir.gx I-uriiini. Coff"<>, .Iarh,wil h the exception of William Goodman, Eltenwood -
where.'rallahassie, October 12, 1S3J.( 40 the assortment cf rc
._ October I. Ib50. J. L. TAYLOR. Notice. lo barrels Jlcri-tr Potatoesl' lesideont! of the :tae! r.f r'lniida, beyond HAVE mot ctensire H.'rtiffiE
---- -- and
r Cash Advances. Till subscriber having taken out letters of Ad- : Extra Family Flour. tIe: juri-diciion of this Couit, lout in the United all kin.1 ofArricultural all taxb rf r*
and AW'.
The business hereafter! will he conducted under must rat ion on the e.t tate of Tin'nns ('owa,I. 12 bugs No 5, m l'i; and 7 Bird Shot, States : Implements Mucbiery. such &iG'

THE undersigned i will make liberal cash advances the film of NASH Ao CO who respectfully s-ilioil t late of I Hillsboroiizlt I i ('o'l ntv, .IlcpaI l hereb, uivcs 2 J drums I-'rc.-h Fi-rs I It is therefore Ordered That the said Defendant?. and Garden Seeils, ad Fertilisers,

uliipmenU of CuHun, can-igncd to J. I L. a sharp.of the patronage of I the citizens generally. notice Jo all persons lining'claims ;ain>l s.iid'"-ifatelojiresent 2 lirrel-s "ipcrior drieil} Apples. i E
Small wood, New York.S1.LLWOOD. They expect to keep on hand a general assortment I I t I them I lo me within t two s ears properly authenticated January 18, 1S51, 2 If I saret Frances Slater' Jane Elizabeth Slater Harriet Orders from Krchanti and Planta3"punctually

GIBSON' ii HARRIS.Qnincy of laod Medicine, and such other articles as t alr l..I'!! to law, ar t thrv will be bit ri.t E M. Slater, John G. Slater, William Slater, and attended t

Xovember 2, I!!). 43 4m generally kept in their line of bu inf'CJ". are ol rec very ; and ul! persons indebted, will please Leon Female Academy.E John Goodman and Spain, appear aid answer the January 2.>. 1651. 3

Octobers, 1SOO. 3'1 NASH to make i imtnt-diate [avitseist. -' Bill of Ci.mplaint filed in this 'au within IVur
& CO. lIE Tnt-tecs of the Leon Female Academy-take The AmerianAgric11ltUr3i

Ready-made Clothing and Saddlery. ______________________ JOSEPH MOORE. Adm'r. JL this nu-thod of informing the public that months from the date of the publication of this Or- will re

JUST received per Bark M"ra from New York, a Ne\v Stoves. Tampa Pav. Depomlu-r 21 is.V r. 50 'I l IM'1\'t' opviicd the! al"ive Institution, under the superintendence they- deror them.Ihe said Bill will be taken for confessed against DR. NASH- f..r P. tii 3ITal'uiLasee., valuable jap**"? $
-- --
supply! rf Rtady-innde Clothing and Sad'dlery : JUST receiving (rum New York Cooking, Parlor of \V. p. (YNMNoinjr, of South Carolina v7iit ii further Ordered That publication of bound volumes *1 2icach. very neatly btoaJ. *
which olJeied to the public on the 1H'it Notice.
wlueli Iti-titiitiT will afford all the
% advantage
I' Tight: Stoves ol' the most approved pat of a thi Order be made in some published at subscribers can pay k. N.ih.SOLONROBL'50N. .
HEIR & UUST. newspaper
teaionahl October 12 terms., I"/' 40 : terns and latest stales. Call and Cvanimclhrin.T. i ''z:'X months after date, I shall apply] 10 the lion.I thorough and refined crLlCatiOiLVC! hope ti>place itoil Tallahassee once \('. It., t he pace of lour month j. General &S-

-------- WHITE & CO. orable Judge of Pn.Sate! 'li-r I the I County of (;Jd4. Mich a f otiiu? met to obviate the 1I.t'l'-ity t>f sending THOMAS! BALTZELL Judge.A January_ 1851. 5 ;

Notice.SIX -S"ptember--!- '. 1S5 0 37: fY drn tor lelttr of (uul. I di"mi"iioll a< Adinin- our children fn>ia lioiue to acquire( knowledge. true cony-Attest,
THE TRUE-MEDICINAL- i-tratrix of the estate of William MtGnti, late ol 7' rut jif'r .c.u;Oll of Fire Months.Tlie C. G. FIFE Cleik. G-oceries.

month from date the undersigned.i Executor slid County, thtcea.d. Fir-t Class in whiib will lv taught all the ]liiglior November !. 150. -II 4m '2fBBLS.. extra cpfrSne Flour,

the tat will and testament 01 Uz Williams, COD LIVER OIL S\RAH! McGRlFF, Adm'x. bratK-he" I.rm IZiiglUh, Education, also Latin and *m\J 100 bu>heU Tliite Com,

deceased tate of Gad-den County will apply to the USEFUL in the cure of Scrofula Consumption, Quincy, December 21 IS;'). to!) Cm Greek if des-ired, -23 QQKrcwd In Chancery.IN 50' Ia'rvseedOat
Juie tif Probate of *ai>i County lot a final discharge
ald tcttlemont up fnm said! l et ate. 'lI, Asthma, fJronchili,Co'ihs! --------- -- ------ ---- L'la**-Spelling. Ileading. Georgrnj.liv, JEFFERSON CIRCUIT COURT. 10 barrels less Pork,
S.IUF.L'OUDBURP, E\-rutor. and diseases, of the Che-t and Lungs. A supply Notice. Arithmetic, Engli-Ii Gramniar. Natural His I.illfor; Partition; ; aims! Ji3frilnt (f ..tf/ S cask* ixles,
ol (his valuable medicine is ju-t t received!, which is tory, Compoi-ition, Ancitnt and MotLni History 2 tit-rce !k C. llama,
den -21: l 1x50. 37 Cm
( CnuntySt1mteinhcr indrbUd tile of John Cole- Alexander Svott, Aibninbtrator of Aaron B. C. Scott
.- warranted pure, and of very superior quality. ALL persons to estate Recitations 20 00 2 bbls. Lif Lard, *
Notice. For H.tI.'Jy LEWIS & AMES. n, deceased, 1 late of Madison County will Jfiinlt'l't: **-S[>ellinjj.Readiii'f\VritinAritK-} deceased C Gren Apples

May 2,>. ls.31)! ( 20 Tallahassee, Fla. please make pa.vm.Mit ; and! a'.l 1 persons havinir demands n etic, (}eograj.'ny, History English Grammar r... 20 T/a.tin2 Potatoes,
SIX month after date, the undersigned. Adminis -- --- auajn .aid estate, will please present them, David R II. Scott anti others.TN 1 IVan Nuts,
of the late K'ibi'rt Fisher will present Sight legally attested, to the administrator. Fuurth CV.Mi 00 this cause, it appearing from the allegation of 10 Drums I's,
their final CiIftatId vouchers 10 Ihp Judge Leon Exchange VANS RANDELL. )r u-it. Reading, \Vritiruj., 10 (>0 JL of the bill verified by atHda\ of Complainant 1:5 bbls. Rpcified "Whisker. ,
Probate Court. and ask for a discharge from said es: O NEW YORK SAVANNAH, and MACON December ISM. 50 &t French 20 00 that Defendant I:. M. Scott does not reside in the Landing from Sthoner TallalMcXAUGHT and

tate. for sale, in sums to soil, bvTHOIAS Ill THE- 10 00 State of :Florida but luw fle l to parts unknown, not A 0R31

R. W. FISIIER.v. ) J. PERKINS, TRUSTEES. out of the United States:
Adm'rs. October 12 January II, Sol. 1 tf Newport, January 3, 1351
IS'O. 40
FISHER Acenl Marine It is
5' Hank.ETNA therefore Ordered, That die aid David E. M.
Jut '! fl.1fl 2' O.i --- ------ ALL persons or creditors otherwise legatees interested, entitled in Ihe to estate dis Notice. Scott appear and answer plead or demur to said Bill For Sale, to ante per Schooner

L Notice. INSURANCE COMPANY, of Aaron H. C. Scott, late of Jetleison County, Flo- A LL creditors and legatees and ns entitled to on or before the first Monday in June next, or tile 1 n H A SACKS Ii erpool Salt .
pcrsr will be taken I&
same fur confessed to him and lUUU berrels
HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT. rid! deceased a-- yet 10 tierccszamd 5
after ddet he uadersisned will make are hereby notified to exhibit their \ dUtribution out of lime estate of Oscar Fillyaw, "
IX month* : down for hearimr exnarte: Provided That this Or- Sherry
3 casks
S T1UILD1NGS, Stork, and Cotton in claims and demands within two sears from this LIe decea td ot t Gadsden qr. Pale meal Brown 0
application to the Coutt df Probate til Leon Ware-bouse County, are hereby notified der lie published for four rnnnthsveekly in some it *
County for letters of dismission, an administrator of insured against loss by fire. to he signed, or Ihe same will be barred ; and that their claims and) demands will be barred at the I published in Tallahassee prior to said first Monday 61" Domestics,
1 bale
all heavy
She estate ot 1 Joseph W. Lea, deceased. LEWIS & AME persons indebted to raid deceased are requestedto expiration two years from the date hereof, unless in June.January striked t
January 213, IO. 3 Agents Tallahassee.Blacksmithing. make immediate pavrarnt.ALEXANDER. Ihe be exhibited to the subscribers within 1 Mariner .
JOhN McDOUGALL, Adm'r. i same that 8th. 18:1. manufactured in "
'. :'. 41 filii SCOTT, Adrn'r.JetTcrs.mn lime and all Laving demands latter goods art
N''' 2, I IS ; persons any against THOMAS sampk*
--------- County, Januaty II, 1851. 1 3m the said estate are also notified t<> present them for D.\LTZELL-JuJge. Una by negro Ubor. aid are sent as
------ A tm copy: the attention of friends to tnera
Biln & Bale Rope. settlement] without delay. our
C. G. FIFE Clerk. UGBT &
j "I ( Bales Gunny ;in;, -._4 TII F.under -i ned respectfully informs To Planters. OWEN FILLYAW, ,January 18, 1851. 2 4m Newport, .Tannarv 25.C'1551.%

J.O 20 ps. Sea Island do, ,' the public generally I that, I a? ng TilE undersigned have just n. ..indlheir Fall JAMES FILLYAW,
-%.*;. 50 '. atucky d<, :employed supeiior Horse Shiner tie is of' Plantation Goods which they offer Executors of last Will and T tament. Notice. SHOES, HATS, A

.rr CD Coils nopef.lr a\e br now piepartd, to execute ail woik in that line in a for Mlleon accommodating terms, consisting in part Gadsden County January 4, 1551. :2 St QIX months after date the undersigned, Administrator BOUTS and for sale bv BESTWC
.* ORMOXD.tf *uterior| manner, and on usual terms. of the foil ----- GEORGE
McXAUGHTNexrport iwing: ------ k) of the estate of Walter R Blackburn,will (

: Dec 28, 1850. 61 June F. P\YNE PiltinkdH-London, Duffil Mackinaw% and Grey. Fanning Implements. wilt bis fined account and vouchers to the Judge of Probate pre January 19, 1S51. a
29, IS50. 25 I(1 Plaint-M vtwl and heavy.h'tmtyi No.2 Plows Buzzard
NORFOLK Turning Sweeps of Jefferson County, and ask for a discharge from.
Notice.TIIEcoriartnenthipwliicliliasoxHte'. -WashinRton, striped and Goorgia. e Axes, Hoes, Spades! Rakes Forks, said estate. notice.

t under te name | Notice. Lintey-fancy plidsand plain colcis.Gotl'in CornJiellenStniwcuttersIlandniilN, Burr MiiTmtonem!, ELIAS LASTINGER. undersized hereby give noti* OJJ

i is this (1.layiisiolvc A LL person indebted .to the os'afe' of Alexander IIP"ilMiig*, brown shirtinss, prints, flannel, Waggoner' Jackxrews;Trace, Log. Fifth and Breast February 1, ISlp 4 6m THE offices will be open fur the c..

1 l.v mutual e-mwaiL All pcrf oim the Slate ol Fl'.rida a large stock of ruett.. HEm & RUST. Just received, anti for mile > Notice.
the ibove firm will please cull and settle with J. B. (deceased are desired to make by day's exceptetL
Ball who will attend to the bc-ttlemontof] omceni.: immediatela3tflerut of the same to I he underlined, October 2G, li>00. 42. McNAUGHT it OJnIO D. ALL persons indebted to the estate of Benjamin The necessity and prr.pru.ty cf regU1t

J. B. BULK E\eculois of Naid rulafe. A I persons as well al-" ------ _Newport_ _, Dec._ _28, 1850. 61 tt .Thomrwn,late of Gadsden County dect'ailetl.are hours of business in public ,

J. PRETORIDS, the heirs and leaafee named in the last$ \\jand|| es- Notice. hereby requested) to come forward, and make immediate law and usage, andr are too 0biOit0

Jforember 19. 1850. 4ftSalt. lament of said deceased having claims against the SIX months after date.application will be made fo Notice. payment to the subscriber ; and all personsLiving ation.

aid eta!e, aie re>pi' ted lo present Ihe Mine to the Honorable Judge of Probate of Jerleiaon SIX months from this date I sliall apply to the demands either creditors or dist buteet.against C. W. DOWNING.SJOHN

aid Executorivilhin two year* from the date hereof County by I he undersigned. Administrator of Gerrge : of Probate of Gadsden County for letters said estate, are hereby notified to present them within BEARD.W C0'F!

or thi, notice Mill be plead in bar of any fClIl'h 1 Ellis:df'r,3JI, late of laid County for discharge of di,mis"ion (rom I the administration of Ihe estate the time prescribed by law, or their payment will be R. hAYWARD, 1'' '
d ff\(\ Bushel Turk's I land) Salt fr wl 1 by claims. THOMAS P. KENNEDY from said administratorship. of John B. Durr deceased. R S. 1c '

Doc. 28, I860.: 81 tf. Tampa, ..., Nov. 30, 1550. J7 121 Executors. Jefferson Counfy, October 20, I S:O. 42 Gut Gadsden County, January IS, 1f 51. 2 Cin Gadsden County, January 2:, IS61. 3 St February 1, 1851.I 4