The Florida news
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 Material Information
Title: The Florida news
Uniform Title: Florida news (Jacksonville, Fla. 1852)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 62 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: George C. Powers & Co.
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: January 29, 1853
Publication Date: 1852-1859
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1852.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 14, no. 26 (May 15, 1852)- ; -v. 5, no. 44 (May 19, 1859).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended in 1853?; numbering later resumed.
General Note: Publishers: J.F. Rogero, <1855-1858>; E.A. Papy, 1859.
General Note: Editor: Charles Byrne, 1852-1853.
General Note: Published at Fernandina, Fla., 1858-1859.
General Note: Democratic campaign paper for the election of 1852.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Preceded by: News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Succeeded by: East Floridian (Fernandina, Fla.)

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... 9i : ANi:ACT. toamend, .A.* Xcttntittcd Aa'Aci'tiineorr U rectow onder.Ihedireedor, shaU proceei I. their report; and;; jf from .D7USCP; a I wintrujd diipon, ar: jts.agouts of ..Jam fcrvcs great credit for her enterprise 'an< lege of form ing a j

m the Florid,, Atlantic! ,"and thai; 1o locate l the Eaten terzninuund"urvey! Justice pf the Peace does inbt attend Mich ages wmtxi.hy.suit at.latr;, and moreorer rile is reaping a rich rewardJfbr Shibai L r1ift 'ntnot '
j; : _' Central Kail Ho** Company; the route .of paid i Road to' inquest then the Sheriff the E&Ih&flbICfldedfrth ?jtj *irn
the %Veiitein't.r. shalPand may i person or persons', oifenain been .repaid, tec..mcffiCv rodP6h+t1l4r iv k 4
; cfc:,?.' Bt it\taatd t'ttike AmFfUwV / nlai, n'nnsand.liniIrnk* the.propereMjte1, administer ''iath' and'recerre there.; beyondj an;. .
nide. '
Refffftnintir oftkt Slc'eof forfa .. and te lr> 'chafl.e.aiisl 1 port;. The an'd cxpectatioa,* ented1.! U :.-' '--- I
diagram, arionnt tlnar-fixed demcariopf upon -'convictioa1 in tU -.u.
c in .wtilcb pb*)! .be ii.J upon by time she first embarked upon'"this' enterprisev ., -
GenenJ&aamUy li'n'ihVcffiee
ewrtrnft/uJf.- ; of wd Tiid vslnation Uh said .Justice Circuit Cfjrt of.the district In' I
: C'rnpaLj. < of the the In #'v- ,, ,
Act W-wniehHhuMpk nii nneaJmrjj)!, .shall! |. ;iTh 'S'W-EnijrtiVerfthi *,'aj, offence shall thfssbedcserycsptcomrnendaUost '
tie areina1Lerpcui4e.I.! BittjfU.; for lhearyeyof Peace"rSheriffshall' receive, from the hare.beea committed aiuaI1 and emulition wb she Tkebjayth,Ulirert '
: tyatri* to'say":. route and lo. ; but ,n as I
That be. and i! caiIo&. eaid President, and \PretfrS, 'or their be fined JBa, sum nat more than'fiv Uicta Tbktti.1n forlb,', it4
a Company js erehy'ftCOrpra.eJ < J !! ftnSHJh.onder the 'J reetwu samca to e .Florida and her Lcgis- ; ; :
by the) name and'smc of tbe "Ffonda,i I aidwsth the apj.rova! ,f 1la 4Dir'& shafl iroperagent.and payfit re bo no Jnsliceof thouzaid doliarsnor.lcistbaii fifty do! lature, as toour, true ppTlcyVsha* steps on h l4.pr.siJaapsaz.HghL,. '
Atlantic anj Gulf Central Raft Road Comanv -;t-iucLa j he f-aiff forsuch erfice by the Company thcPeacopre entthe 'same -over lars;"atod if any persoii shall 'artfufiy and of her hitherto, cpnsistbpt "Bourse'She ''bs1eos.akesorokfn iap11uhft4," I IL

< and ty that airieall who hall be.: :c'by Uain5edmot, $iUInay: to theprnor: persons fsev-entitled to malicioiisly'fiuse! aid or:aWist onsult oradvise,4onyBother may contest for the laurels with/Brans, And aow 1v.1t tithee.., 11.4
'o-t.i- siitacTtl t for Mock, and n.Vmbm i ; pu-tiesaJ: ,,_ ail expenses of said receive it, and 'to ,take, zn acquittal. or person or persons ,to wick in her Slats 'acdwe "' '.41 , J
saJ Ojmf>a;>y. theirV ccii'ois and ansignft, survey >haU he paul i hy the Company"' aV ifusal/or the. oi in hurt own hate noth 'Conc S kern fovfc 4't* U
; and the destroyjor *
same; fender f any way damage injure bpmfm'tuk; Ii domei .
o: hag to a 'are
locatJOD ( say; but.when; : made thesubjcctsofhercomnei
BhaJ; be fcapabic fn J kir jo {ufir-hane, receive, 'J e termini and U
ureey said "
thq awanle Rail Road
rcU.iand enpy.to L.znanaj ;!heir surcfn- .f/H /j?aaate, The Company *hal!| i appoint sum
F ors or assJKijs'lan..nd.VnV; nfirts, poIs.ciutlteU their own Engineer and *jwastar; toauprr.: eceiye.the'wmcor4ohi* <%'hcrf anj.-fffect.*, ol whatever lht fcatneauy iiirtnd: the-constrnction, of sai-l!Road : Provide gent or *attorhey shall' be ilawful for bide, right or previlege granted and vested bumble aspiratioos uf 'wnuwhich ,'hfwarm'chatrtoth frisid.dra' #sS
,!, That nothing herein wid! Company by its President and Direc by this act,' and constructed-. ,Tls boyli'o'ii'tL.,3O *
he, ant IfaeMtaV fo rant jicH/fcort- ., contained shall use render it inconTenieht to heed her advice ? 44
gae and ditji6 'of; lo sue ami hi sued, to IM m.j4o4>reventthe, Compiny f,0m, tots, or their agent, to enter upon and trader t eauthority thereof, such' person furthermofe permitted to be'.un-]; cU l ., :4

plead anj be impleaded, to make a common .rPairtaa.iii aol employing.jbg J "State Engineer take, possession of and pse any such lands, or prrsons feo peudiighsJl; be liable toe tmamthecd'wehope! by fdint of hard Come Lon>el4T boas* all deep, ftal'tTSJf '
\ 'eaI, rt-id at plea nr' to break of-M'er' the 6Cti.!! ierwire. ': i;: stone* timber and other materials; but all > inducted and'6a .codvlclioo .thereof 'aad strngfing th'.t u.aIT cAIftyta.itipwiaafg
I miitiei id or.laiu, and establish, and pu{ in as :c.,8 5 h e if further e acfeti; That as soo'a the costs and expense :marred by said shall bt. imprisoned Hot more thin twelvemonths I ish of internal Jonteconp.'
iracticable, after ine'ldcalibh aTsystem iupraveaent
execution? ruch fc- ; p4AV mini UY.d. sorvey-tof'tberrwite, of UfbaU ih* ier-le writ of ad quid damnian* and inquest, ;, and lesa] than one' month, amid j which shall in its turn dcvelopethe latent ,,

; ( an iqleAt'4orc ntitnpe; 4L- nt ectiope fcnyenent Jetgtta, dial! bo paid by the Prescient and ;Direc pay a 4ne'not, exceeding' five, thousand rcsource5 f 'LmrState&sa''no' Ito ?need erow. ezoltiof .'5a: .ef "tew I
orjor '
;.,4 CO .ray to beof (or e' [ irrp6ie of fcttniR.out coiitriicis l foriaditga..aij tors.,,of said Coinpaaj.;, provided, That dollars thor less than fifty, dollars' at >the he'assistance oforr neighbor"' to' furtiisbus U lo I-ajn-rbe, "' ftodi' ie.welcoma'raiaf' Jf.Aid S

thy tnd the ate of the KhiJingof Kiiil ctoi'is: the appraisers shall not tc''allowed more discretion of the Court before, .which'said ,with kn:Atlantic oatletf and If dissensions ( *

.' iia.Sec. : r shaa ,bcjdad frord J-aot to West ai-d conUpleleA than one ,dolIarceachV pw' day,- whilst conviction; shall be hail, and shall be shonld be produced J by' intcrferncc any Jarcs lli ececnlne.-, /* 4

2. Be t fnrt'ie eeoctzyITbajU w (sections,jus fas' 5. possible, .a dl engaged inch"diit6atid' the Justice furthei liable to pay all" expenses 'of repairing ,'so'as tor thwart us in'our.viewewo- Soe1mn"itTittttyttgain' I ,; I
*aiiT I RalrruJ to U te44y to receive the iron a'r.rl bt Comariy bf, the Peac6 tbe' r flls.rtauetmy.Leartltr n .
fciull.ccziniencc.tn Ca tifjor- ; and sheriff, sach fees as are Kime; the-- one, half of the shall resort< to- :a "
,rtaiijma: *omc uibnty uf the Atlantic .|L.i*>: iaJ, scorncccJ 5Or>ou! ay't'.venty.fivr'iniVs ifcall 'of the usual in similar.! Cases.Src. fines which tnay Imposed by the said l mil"we1 shall betpermittcd"inastcrly inactivity -That glance isiar* ksthIae.\ '.' ''
commence _
Oceoii Aithirf ;{ie |l.l( ; te! state of Floi. running Court ndcojlected ttscrry r /
:. tda, 4ay-.a a suififnt ututet to the" Ocean cars: ifpVij H,' so ax to trant.jn.rt pasaenffertn"and : 13, Le it.furlfiff tnactfd, That to the* informer: and under this act, shall them out, and perhaps waiiLalleyentiiallyeabk Thy taflili Jsoe,'Winira tbe.her.fj? v

to aJin't. ,f the jf aj;' of a Steamers. anti ffe.ght. iKl convey the iron Jo tic lad: ; all property so asscswd and piiU for by go the the other half to ( to cultivate :an .intercourse, with 'WntrVer Afcbtit ep roan Y Jf
*!>aL!! rua liiwtsxa ti'r S.ra'ein.tht' moet *lTK d > cn wpoi; ) tle iliCereni sections, as the 1 tha President and Directors! of said Coinpany use of the Company. I'rorr'a'dThat ,- our' neighbor on; terma nearercoualifT "!No bear frill....::.A.click kindl*.7? # .'

'--e cirr --j'- Pci u.taIuH, of 'I.ijti'iV .au.emaaybe reauiieJ.fe. or its agents, apncall to thai' the laid Company snail in all cases I' than'wVcould.do if w& wereJaeldjn $ brtliiarat caa.vger" "
.. .. Se, further enacted That if y provi- be liable for costs in of ,
.I .- failure
: 'J.t. Mero, wvst pf Jhii C. ,der % coAuienceMVot'ofthcKoad, '. sioni of tins! Act, anl eli .nations made convict case to light of a tributary Wo hope soVt anyrate. .Likf thiawill wait tne'e hems. '
Ie-ti i iVe.-it ioria hav or .at..yi9a inability to of the '
to and for the hall pay, person i Our neighbors of Savannah )have '
i1&ficIeflt & .iZihind! a.|.eacthaf a suffi er.t same forever; afterwards convicted t." ,
E..t .ijL tr.5ia.J'neiiito. La '
errn.tiI b ;* gt..Ldnt S13L IPIDUeI,.. anHin.tfrV! e. hfe'tlieco"in'p JaI' .-or t.t.eaLsetifle ofutid it enacted That upon the project of improving the That-veil'Jknowa atop dotii
4; sa ee a..Ja.Urp Di l'ieneai I Company,. > iccps3or3 and assign' the Prcsiocni and Directors come. ,
f Cl.414 or 4lIU U .) :- and Dricfr'j. f \u.a ? t'cipkaot cub- ,- in fee simple! Jn proportion to the! of said Company SLJobns BO as to be.able to make 'that. Teblisdrawn-.r4I1Igat.1spast,'S '

._c ; _4-'iier r .ieFhr&t liii scrip of. i.i .j g- -.J.il4..a At nucii tiJient niunlior.of i-hsrcs owned by h Sto kh,!.. be required'to make a full report to the cutlet for.Florid/i./ t \ *> ThebabeU wil Vi :.v
0uaJ stockholders s
ci.4a; h4 'fljd 2ia1 t.e hrei t VthJato.t4Irn, t'e.'ticrne 'krs i'cpccfh'ey.? said Company, at 1 Let us1 examine- this matter,and ,see ifthey.have .,.tthonsandweleornebosiet
an'aur sucl. ttF ( their
a .i # attiC t. TIM ycafly meetings for the election" '
diiIlIIa)'' 1. viditl'nt Eaie < | nut t be thuut. titcji" Six. 14. any,,right,,,to "throw stqu s.'?' : --'. -"i.t '
ril! ; AViV
t. .ti and the
lii.iJ- Jt t! .1, bait which towJ : I .r 'nre J'r.r tret1, That Directory Directors, shall have I
r. pta From
La.sn a ,recent account in Savannah Arfonr Boot in
H.utr/o. a Florida.5
ifock: '."V b. tositasi* Horn tune tu.tiinc, | attt ,) any lianholJorofpai Cctup.tnmay and[ power to call a"meeting of the stockhol.dcrs .- ,
rtirrt I'1'd I alicev' a1.*. ,y aprOer j oliinaten > ijir / Oit4 iitt. 10 f..od 12.( S shall have the right to sell, dispose and L whenever the affairs of' the Company paper, 'we are jnformcd that Professor' t'a J/ .. nnr 'p j t xv ,ft.f
l any t/ie purju r of ensuring lheti..ai- Bache. was"sat* .Savarmjh .and made. The Everglades arc'scparated'fwm: "tiebj
I S and' transfer his her in' -
m.ut< ; H: UIR'iaeer aj- |>Jctn'i of Mid f work. or their interest in the t their estimation, marry render it expedient S
ttct'1 intj.; ;f !t.. D-rectai!* olli r Sec. 10. De S same, or any part thereof, ta other and requisite to call such meeting excursion down the river to; xamirie the eca a strip, of land yaijuig froei? four,
rr it nny
failher iacte l. Thatthe males
.ULjd KJXS ol >. : ription for e> < ;'S ci' '* obstructions., .Four points'of.obstruction tin: in breadth, iadfrItio idth'fec"huridred
KU person persons, or which
Ctniiiiaiiy.: by gli. l'aei.iaeiUt corporations, -
e..iad ca}' : l *-i'>eU haij! he n, rnedvitli- hall an. oii raid to the navigation were reported; at'one of 'inilaa 'in: I.ngtbsZxost,
liav |x>Aer tta pUacl'e-e with tast ifm.Jsol transfer shall not l>o binding unless I StC.: ID. Le itfurffor enacted, That
: PU ii i the iL'tt iin which.8} feet ol water exist completely
apjvio. low ebdrcliogi
the Lomjuny ami lo entered on the books of.the Sections 18 19 and only at an4cos'erwith,
pare iiu issi.u Rail Cmipany butthe 20 of the Act to
.. ., ,
vil tins ack.iivalkI'tatka ;
; .id, ; Rog.i, alt tide, and there w, but 15} 4feet at'high a'ridi growth,of pipe, Sca't red about.at .
ui.tclIitaeit Stock |
." Allf Madison veai.ciea, Ca'' of Mid Cotnpiny, and: all the which' this is an amendment 'and all other
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(> \- Vil. ,
Cii.i:: %Vil.fi ; rgior tide but there is 'doubt' theirfeet '
carnages.ta.1! te4ti.s vt 4.. ,k.'CI \vi.a.- ; no expressed of modest little 'pUrA iho.
;Mm..;.Cf-'a11. 'r.iil.ilM.-scf: Apalach cj-la, ) .ptinh property belonging thereto, or which may parts icf said Act inconsistent with ,the '
soevtr, uLich ilk-y their being able to remove these''obstruct ;
diem rbJdt
arrow.Foot'tik.t&is3o! :
:> Qi'i<d>.i .1. Ali.Uci and IVn iciila, ft'ir the nay priapa'r .i.da.ece.ary from tiaie to time Le arrjulrpd by wiid provisions of this Act, be and the same '- CcrVcred itaeiaMatanigcy
-; 8.lrJtp .E -.U .? f J .-- M jointly and not arc hereby repealed. J" tions,bj mo ey. And the'plan'isout'ofan > byTCctbinT kiLls iscksilj
f.'n e f'e'"i; } -it ;;:u jf lIke above niHcnv.fA, uiioyMs, vfuiccs. car.*, pcp mtclyr I'rr.rMc, That in Ihi appropriation of $40,000, to expend dug and tauoTCjli ;Ita, at>pear nc..
ca.ralLas aid ;vau.s a.iiaj: iuc work nothing fallowing is a portion cf the
iMH.C.CU -
half is similar
of it in
;* -.rurtl, by the (; one dredge-boat and'gi to to therwcet.potatobutrnore
; ; ; ov..f tlii Art ,
yr.'Ceu : ; contained
a.i.u.V shall ti Ctaitcr
IIIO-.T a-n ;ii; u-i/.y ot this act, thai o so coii ncd not repeated! : "And when the said *
lttn '"' :"r 1 oe a.roze who work digging the sand out of tie bottom irregular iaehape .and wilh a' rfucker
:. **| > -- i ;.iI j.Iun&'a U. I.CM MA i accrue f.om tile Kiue, as t4> .rcvCnt tic pr St? and divideiadwhirl Mti of to millions of/dollars shall have ? ,.
.taa?! <; ; y ''- an-. "iHrt' to bitall be 1'frii so that vessels which hoV anchor at '"five tougher CQTerinel, JDirri d. bj 'inrfes
.' V.SU-.J I ;ie 4tiIaCl.at.jt of the nay Le leclarw'' *. n said tfotki !titfcrihtd: to the capital clock of said ,
ltCrlYea1iLt., "K-k,' H tad Corn.S Coiiaaaaay o.i evtr.'iii jH-.uoi: so m 'a: sL44rC! i iUid l.iei'i cpli ', vv eachfctw lnldcr.to his comatiy|) or o much thereof'as tnay be ueessary fhth ms" may come up 'to' the' city., It the mill sitoateJ ponh '" Jgesofrm&
p.IA). h.4CIi c.-.ea.a.tr s- at ti.t : the ,allle stSiu to the said road! be that simply diggingout the bottom one of the nameroos streias
) '... Ce:. i-oo. 1e txtiii t Ijwn. a> her or ;: oi;, v iividual ,niaiscs.Ste. complete on the pait may munnjroiai'S_
.. charge mn uiatM; >eir :c.i t.e ieL41d ''' ( f tte individual subscribers; then the permanently secure a deep-channel, the glades to tbo?EC'S,3he/ .
c **s Q.e do 4t "0 tC' ''atU. !: lilt Lt; '.t -i!: -> ttou: alfacti rat turieto
am >
... ,{ aJl'tfe and they iie utieuy a'.t. riztd, tatllOiOt ii ..f the Ire.iieaatarl JJiurs of said Comauy hush! subscribe the remaining one'million of deposit is of little avail; so'-long as the of which is formed barsiof'' wood andf
'e -?ie.iI:4a.a: KC-t ,
opinI'jr !
j-- a in ue riAt rrijiand aaJ causes-of the
Mce ot f sA-y day ainc era| [ which shall deposit: are,,allowed to separated from each oth&aafewdnche..
have been
aj far in urai iinpoii'i jor Mzbfcriled
j the | by
: ,! -. tb'-v be ac- !.ec4ivo; sucl piLe: aa cOS for transportation The ?" ,
t (>u el '.vliV- U fj ij CIUiII. 5 o.oj,4'eoueiL| ( : and ljij.o. t? tne KoaJ, to individual! block holders." operated cyEnde reTolres:indi ) ja jfw
T caj Com Vvnreiti tliail ,iBB .\-their on n ficatr bars and "* ._ S
: ediatelyr % arebouq. atavul.C HHWM .M b. HJVcrt Professor Bache is high' authority in cr.constantly fLoyra. npon tha",wets ;
: si'a'a(1tr tra -: -o the ..iU E.1.VCt th1 ? It1} a-i CnnYes'e"i-..- ,tbiitJfasltjj arriages, and ether vd.v-lie tn said Rail the Tallahassee Statute! such matters, and if he says' it wilL suc they are thus, thorongtlj.>leanse etJ bt.uI'e.zsr ti.ett ioe liOad frr p3ttuarti -tOOOJ$ anti cecil 'full their surface coining in contact'witff tho.
.STt0e.4 confidence-f
-x-c .t..e .vrif vh.-ndih be 'reposed in
.7 oucr bv r>< ac O it' *f : juf 0- ISYy i.sinjon. But wititauah of rough egof thetrinirei :J>ar the
4. ); ': f. it sa i al!. 1tehi .rueii a to .. time to time toh .zcti tn1 ILacti r..tTL t .tas. asLAtC
way jiect. U_ : HP the .luay i .ti. : U1. iriTif.i.rc ; er. auJ! ( tLcM ..' jneroni a, ,
itcc.o. of ishti! flacL
tige -t. l.y-laws C.'mtny: 1'totde' Mii. EDITOR-Of late, the Savannah Savannah 'at. the ot' r1i14 V ; '
:-. a'eSj' after iUI:!.J ..-T ji.O: : 4t I'iin Ka ;i) .1..Ce, i&tactat:. .'ti ..d ilf.tr c: -. a; Tt! .* ntch prices and suiiia shall 'iit be t papcri Lave been filled with railroad j.rti- success at the paper mouth of the expectation St Johns, which is passed through Tataof reawa r,; Sand
Jay 10
iiuttce t.r.01ts1 > ,
.: MJ: I!*: a.iJ '\'..iM 1.'PI. J. lii.it A .n 'eliii'li .1 iui.; wticliou5c Hi.U. it:. 4iIi' ottter L. 4aatk-I' a... ?ncn'a 'fd without at least sixty days' clcti, find no small amount of gratitousadvied entertained by us, is in bad taste We thoroughly cleansed fromallaipari-; | : S

Sockn...! lu-i-i At l4laba4tit !! hot t.ey.iii3 txcicdiiig n.e t til--aty bat..nty Coiii.ti narcIi&euise ii. aat.tti pt'ttvitsJ3't: i. .thereof being ;:ivcn in.or has liven proffered to our legislature have the opiuion of the same high authority tics The miss is now a milky.T white,

*fl .thIbfl tio. --ir'' i pUrle of
.;; 4eiiie Pirer.l.tiooi .- '. .'. sluil be ciio-ft SEC. 11. Zfc it'/urtkr cmu.tcJt fuai dtatc; and" he said *Topjjiany shall some show of argument to guide its action of the St..Johns will be permanently removed upon fraajcs" with 'cotton-dock: bottoms,:

: tbe u*: .bt' uuvin. ai least ..1j in cotibtructiog the &ud lUil ItV:ad,
j.,t *(hires of,elnck: c>* i. -i.ler.ae votes "I &*itt ths.il and may be lawful fur .lie iu.i Ot>;uiTUIIJ f"r the transportation of p; ?scugcrfl, pro- improremcnt to bo adopted by Florida, in by placing the river in condition to do its posed to the sun.- This dryiflg process is*

: -'ie may !liuve >ui'.*ci'I fut. H>>i itiK s>a <1 to cuter upuu and take poss wiou <>f &nyiuu a<> may be prescribed "by'the'bylawsof and for all of which, we beg to acknowledge. neceswiy having a dredge-boat, anti if last preparation (save raking th ,julp and

.::' (' (khnMcr nriy vote tiy ji. \v, tuj A miI i trhataocver b.longiug i.o thv ctutc, said Company, so lon as' tlie. llail .Our due appreciation. The plans this is accomplished, the St. Johns, in breaking thft naaft into small grains) .ia
I I lily nf TI> es t'JaU !Mnecc->.( to cni.i-lt whicu way bj necessary tot chu tou.tiuc foal shall 1)0 kept in cpratioti strati in recommended in these various articles every respect, will bo superior to the the manuiactorc. It iitbn .box d and

k t'lle a elm ctf ; atui D-rec'o.; MUal teleJ tiou oi the work coutcuipiaicu by tarn good repair aftd rendition, and the add way, perhaps be the best for us that Savannah as a port of entry; having much ready" for market. 'The1'whole trbcess.of S

; ci'iiun.e in for "ne }ear, isiat! Act; awl' lauds which iiavo been or Company pbalibe bouiiu a-id held rccpon- could be devised, but inasmuch as qucatioua n ore water, 'so that even a "74" maybe gineeinazli1ng 'indigaatt
. ;: iiiiti.l ns-w Dirrclorrhn ,.' ek-ctel. i'iieit may b
: I.). .i. LiEI F.OCfr .t. ui llieir rtari.l for the of touai.uctiag goods, produce anl l othvrHrticles of-what to cxamiuu both'before we finally decide "five fathoms," to wait for high tide to sun and sun. IV"t
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Y in purpose
9 : tUi ; each iu.l iloaJ braiicUes shall be th. of soever kind], may uv n'in transporting upon a matter of such grave import, because pass to town' It is believed therefore, The simple manner- of matiuncturing
? v ryyear, ;Lt ItU&( i.ir. :t.iJ jUce a.-* the ur : .ujH.ry
i I I' c'ors ma v t'rxn.me: to tiyir! J.tlrre trrmiU the said Ccmp.my-to Le appi.oJ to ihccouotructiou the same
,fJia'! beii el.e ..onf: i.irs Drer.nars ana tuiuishing ut raia xuiiIloaJ S tpppcT that the! pauie was caused by rca- influence upon our future pros an Atlantic outlet as Savannah river. machinery,'and the miHs notr.making the :

c a. Itvjftn jiniviJe :, Mai,a.i clectiiu nf! I'frr-- and bnmdjcrf, aud to IID oiJici "soa of any negligence, carelessness or perity. The advice is forego any plans Now one word as to the route across article ire'aiIlmall> and!th&prpductioa'not '
ideal, of AJiJ for t.'ie otcraa.ne.l and d.rrc- wht *.cver. Anti it' pu.poJ 'bad nditiou of tiui said Rail Roadwith- which we may have formed and unite Florida, in cOmparison'with the contemplated ext risive. //It makes excellent starch,
) by tu diagOr
lian uf .<.t4 C-ini.iiy: [ : And: tfitf raid lirec constructiuu of said lluau h ., gr 'i the power of the said Company or the ourselves to our neighboring State, and one through Georgia to Savannah and the supply of roots is almost.Tmlimi- S
lor* kuI! ,lti rc (Hl-rcr to nil! all! vacanckd overflowed kuJd :; ,; ta b a ay a.;cn- and k-rvahta thereof to prevent apply our internal improvement fund in The distanccTrom Peniaepla Bay to the ted, and the productipn 'can'be eitsily increased

period>at 'mayotrn'uf ilu-ir uiiimi in itieii!: i-L-ctiy.Ividy! besrn; Pivc Jt the, swamp the State, the rfiid lauds jsuall itci tliu.t2i.,oy to tu and co'itrol/att'l all produce, good, and cementing this union of sisterly affection.in St. 'Johns is'about 820 miles, while from so that,if thd*1>otatoesvfail, the'pin'oodof
ar'iclos of whatsoever kind other words sanction the to Savannah is about nrmdaJwill-tntniput a rob-
transported give legislative same point 530
Hut if 'froaa any taii.-m vvutev! ; Lute rue ,timcd,ouc Lalt'ot said! land.* shall Lc-
fatd llul Koud shall b. liable for the the schemes which dear sister miles. Savannah authorized stitnte.&nIc. 4mc 'crus.
-ioad! ai a ytrnc? i eao &, lire cow the propoety cf the (O-oinp. .v to be on > to by our has a subscription )
ts I'IC Curpua. t. is .&.. nut ft .tut d'iit.e pd! towards :ths coustructuu uf .saiJKail ratca uf tninsi ortafio3 with which they hopes'to divert our trade to her own ports, fora( new road'of half a million, :t -,, '

( .ip.'OVtisJ. 'iIi V liector Arif tther41cer UcVod : t'roviileeJ, That uland may,-liargaMe) aul my 'detained and at the same time furnish the means and efforts are .being made' for 'another Election of Brigadier GefleraL

aaen je, cnii1h- htidil! buiakcd froui private iuJi .CicMin.orvOipirations until thesaiD* !be pti.i; and 'discharged; for accomplishing the object.' But we half million by individuals. By this effort,' "

I it'ie JM.V? ,I.4&ft Iiterie.t, U.itl: ;a.Of and approptiatcU u thepur- tud if' the sa-.ne bo rmt padand; such are informed'we are too poor I to do anything her means are exhausted,'ari aav feai t i.a.' .&i4 totnst.ikejat'e Todx articles of whatsoever have 'bad credit' amountis distance ceededtoclect
pose; afurc'said, .without fadfjuuiaooui- produce anti for ourselves- too applied, as long will 'commandiiig-bmcer of

.. 5.' Be ? jitnstd ponsation ta tliojo owning tl Vimc au.lbai kind, shall remain.in ti. possession and induce, others to do it for us, and remain be finished; as the entire distance the Brigade prpvided for in the bill for
eaw4td.Ttig ,
a "iv-aficf rc. ; the Hfitrther urjiaiZAUintJuf CQfljiiD ? : it shall and may be lawful f.,r 'sailOouipauy custody of sat J Company for the>paco of besides, we are so distracted by 'internaldluentionf across Florida.. Supposing the distanccs -' the rcmcvaTof tbe'Indians," iffoed by the'
) *
1 1. ._e .naiiurr dtfettoJ in _te Jirc4J'I1g in hko mauncr ta tfrk* trotaany'land three months, unless they may te pcrishaUe"artclet as to 'bo utterly parallyzcd. should bo done by foreign capital, Governor, butpassed Constitutional''

w-r.lion, yi* ISUK? Cn in rtrfni.w'iiv{ iota the cjavcaieui) said.Ua. ii-vi.l t> they shall and may be sold! We are poor, it is true"but if we are 'toof by' what :rule'-will. foreign capital be majority Only cde candidateTwas Id .

wI:I43i ibe, l'i tti> i'?''t Ilia| .j M .4tt ttCeVi alt.time>; euch-ti btr, utonf, -orM'-Ucr: aiwl *- at.i abiic tuitnara.t; after tb
oy :. ci 7rin tlie oota: sijir/rti: ;;; tbe It6ek.iiiatt. is'touy b tor tua ,toiii&trucUoii" wf tiansportatiin, stsragi .and auction others?;. %re may be poor, but still,, we rie road of 530 miles>be.constructed thfl iw"li *as ektt44tzrthe first '

; ; f "r ;ih4 lz Deciairs 4i4Al.thtiy nd kcepia necessary iu ix-jtiir tb iiuoilrottded cost aui conuuia ioiisohall, be* paid, 'theretuaiuler do not like to be.reminded of it by; our through a hilly t country-traversed, by dHot' receiYin, 34"Totes;!and}9 rotes"
*1LaO1 ra4ul r*, at such tiroie a they *i y.J -einxi.ifreit 'tvA Lel ta siiaH'be jpaiJ'trsuch1person or wealthy and more prosperous neighbor., streams fed'from the 'tncruntains.....subject ngstBaiky Tberseleeti n could
nothing ugin
tKtboUVr and*u'hecwary-f ttie additional payment rom of each nine inimduals'sbftll takenwithout ,atle persons, or corj.'brattonn' ofthcir agents, Aad.'if our credit has suffered, let us endeavor wm'gVfrcsjictsi; 'causing'' frequent_intcrjndges -. not hare teen" better made.) Major (now
> cum .
d04iu.s.uptra: b aai % aIloIheapit quaic. cotapcflfciUou io be detcruiiacd iu wlnshtll be entitled to"receive the same: .to'restore it, by our upright course c4iliy'Jhhuiot is'anexpetiszced offic er'

i.iock qf saib veryare tbe manner ficrem si'tcr *idod for.StC..12. 'oftiM, That.when, thesaid, ; rates or of'' conduct regards our sectional 1 'poftionifihe'rcsd |*,,on a 'hacnkrea' al Ube'nSemicie'
ridJfhat t.airr.iilaatI) not bt & : f ,'. pro tbr'ps have repaid to the Stockholders dissensions, ve fully realize the evil recent occasion/ While the4'otter .road' ;; hilt' 1t rI

isci ccnnuI.o! shie deu.aAde.attUb ; ;'Me it Jitrthrr CfMct&l, Tiut.wiifiicvfr .tbo full tsw'uutQf1li cost 'of ,thc Rail effects of them-therefore, 'let' us 'alone, 3W ,mics,, orer a complratively", eyel com*

.. *ubee 1itea? ::o.1uine:$ ,f bh tb4 i.tiaB it eb.U' become''hecoiwury ,fur Iliad, togVthtr with all th-i expenses so that we may heal,-instead of'perpetuat- country uf eiygradtpg/with few streams" 'ifl 'by'C I.tE beIsevjpg received S

be pre v in at frai tttirt44vs ..i&l41Ii 4b.a4zLid Owuip ny'to Likfc pM sessiou of, thcrwf, then ifshall be the du'y of said. ins them, 83 we should do, if we acted on disturbcly.freshe4 'i 'io*ppsebbtV'' % ?

,, corn! sac i !flOi fteriIapera $)ublid L'it. lad appropriat vf use any 13.1 1, tlmb-r, Ccfnp-ttiy-'fo urnhca its charges, that not the advice-, 'given ns. Extraneous influences roads completed from Pcnsatol*, to. (heir ,11c"lThiaainanefxcqJezifjudgment '

.. Etoii4i. Majdend.Wceris! t.a.tt.Ciil'. e, for pth r' raatyrial, own ti by privatQ.individttals in i'ot'aau tw. i.y; pr: i.'cu'uui per annunshnU seldom ayailin chin reconciling rospcctiTe termini c
J h t*taLe. 6 ikil 7sc. -furtktt. *,- ZeiThat if.anj or c>roratifns for ,tlicrouto bi receIYedrUi) th WhQjO 'ifllttlthtof.aaitLSto L: mily' quarrels. "Sa'vaifaabSmay1; be: a start at the saiae-Lourj;an'oT.'t>ilh i th1bibihg)" nsahori a3l4te l qualities

St<- k.< fai!; i. pay tne i>iUimeiiuir or site of the sa'd Kiil, Ito.4.and S Z J !b capens 'heicon. Taluable' port'for v.Georgia-be it so; travel .t'the rate ioX 0Biilcsf.pcr 'riiiir.1 *hh'ahaid'beased'one' in a I

jui. I by i rnrio.oi oif the fafa*>ij( works, or ir juirap'ting and kccpmginropair SEc:16. JJe:ftfzf.na tcdt; EhatidRSil we Lave no disposition to doubt it. -.We, In 16 hours those tnkiag,jiie, TTond I5dtdo1 sd repponsiblQ tandmiolTing so '

.*eetio-i/ 1a.-'.!>-jucertf.. ciityjaj> after t.ic ibe,&ws, V W par$ thereof, 'anrivilud lt'adAlothpauy hali at altmoLaett.c.harvQ have valuable Beaports"1 also, whicK! may route'afe7 ready to csnbr.rkia thelSe4niCr? of tntereat

ucii in'talmf ':m
ItK BanJ ot iharr '< f eaei ickuolJer S $ j4 OftbC.4itIb4.'T :ca otaera1'OrIthptt | .1.oo7trya4: ; ;53u <;rs !Pro ucend Georgia/therefore, vrbhave, "no,' necessity taking: Georgia route;aro ready to do thftpeopljtofthetStaie; will to 4ii

;iptn ,iaiJThi1ainrat ehalfs.Ia1Q! b ). ar cl3 of wa aoeytr.kiuU'otf 'said to borrdw'-'onc/* ,. ;. :,' the famne lOj hours behind t those- who withit'Mrt.a.e cqua1Iy sure that

v the ,| reai4ent1yiDXhCIorht >f Acs *. <* wajr pwfu1 r Boa I i1iy.tTiIi c'initnicteS Trhile 1e liaTtOilIf pgrt aIsqwIli hare pa c4J6n tho Florida route.; From be hux s4yauee'Uiefr Thilest confidcatcc.

tube, sinmed of for the u- 'j1. rehidcnt i and,Ihrectors o;said'Cy uipiiuy,- they "tnay1! fit ttotx'rcisosnL.hic1uzivo bas not,4DUt.lprjwAiciHSlie,now> tmo354 ardently ; TX t 4 itr: tho firs'r-cosr rff the troad the 0ev.

.,I'C'SHfi'-cof/[; Si 3e ch j.4?tHM, CnwpanV..!ull liiiiiae'and*utjrCt u pirfiiaHrJpf to or thei pK pcr agent or agrfntsl on gtviagwentji right. l ndcdj Thst''wJjeni; said .aspires, andfor: ,whichshe.! :kindly! ol4a: b'etp&Irf'floridthssex.. r wUJpfQceed' piice'irW raise the* '

: Ihf p* i., /UL4d! reejlon.j.elhe 91 itfiiiaf"wj joticojajt Jeart, in.;writing to OTOpanymay: be they or consenfA to annej iis 'to'8ayannahi bv Rdmehtitbttthn th '
S ho party p uingjho( am':, or tGtIIiQJIOT: far i. gut.all.or anyprvjlcto.a7i'ersn naft fi means.of aItalPR&d; if we' 'will furnisk menor'tmaTCFeT tbWro t'&o..isten-. U44le. '

. 2 or; their agsnCto'w'ike.fipplication, to i1qt.l1.t Tprs6ortkr:: the meau,'i of baflding/'ouT, ;.parti of the timely itsfvor'ii &piilat.! wnjprefereucoiQb4r w -' S.thrraenwofIh'lfpa6 .

CpaN. a1Viate : pc)14tiniI: ( tnay'b,1erse4t'tthesals4 lloaidiyitbe.sppcatinoth&.Jntcrnal.S jnvestmeitatooait. ; tht in ,

;.., 0 onsrvt* ..orS ?esp6u bilftie Jrnroatiudc. I II6W is Florida atfiaB\ers jcotild be1 supported*onccause case to eomply

o< mom usckrfor *U*>rirjF -_-?.._., __._ otlwr'jinit Mb SIUT,lzettt! ;the Julgo Ibrcnraagp* tojaourianals r corporauomtwhicli pos8css? good'an'd BufScieat' uUet -both heanti&4Ph.rQ, :' Hi* far the Irmtp
0.- a JtOoJk, aiiJill. ntbefamcrr's( liatwirtfr'; tbrtI, toTLWl't.: 't ad uewjdanniih tha pjsiopspftbis net. and i for which'lh is1 endeavoring t to connect ? them bRail *a [ i4the tfelnay'betin' rcsdmes ,

I wit'I. bUb& nt *aid Comnilair: ,shall likewise"bc BoondIf 1O1t4/vs o'tseetbat itlls'fbfi travel from Tehuantepec'New' Orleans,' i Jo5"th' bTrdSld1fZ.-.I7Ofl1I ', :

tJil""iHr'"M'' ttt 'SiaieeM( F'0ri4a ft,haf-- S .' ? ; $ [interest ferego these adyantagea for ifi7>Durd"take this route on"j account of, ;Ta115th'S;

; l4'S'1 .Ier.fl2bi4Oc'4 i ff *1OU any person*shaU iatrude nptfn id1ai1..Ro44kr.aDj ofjoccommodating the "ambitious /cheapness and- expedition, whfrhiIdlktep.a'auheit :3lz1kL 3Je :! S
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F at 9 :? !
4 pdt3ss491 j %JA asjptriuionV our"neighbor. lit may be supply',' o steam, *IbIIi4, who ai"rer nd.-4' .
naid-se1fish1mt.tGtfuIetbuti: wQ&II4 mu1.nth r,extremity. .TWill Florv "
i1 ._ .'." Ut 41 I1o1tz&cc4fat tbMtt *j 5.f .* [: '
.t V ZiSaSSa! tnapoIn'z, t he isain Or drfrsry ttYIIiiyifl .44p pa3foie +Iid I- her' tusg/ T ..c'a
l te'thtwatc lE eolte.hb'DE ttria!
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1 b 4sfruJrejfinfrPrI Qqd rie5e$4jti1j '
ikW sHWi lUiiX jr ,

eblea1terthe otaDIZt0n; of'saidCompa- attend la person 1 ? 12 $ 'v s.f *idt' .!SPItI 'i*ctcT! s ,pJ1rfsrix )Urscj eoaaJ ho .'

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SBIP C ii osa TI PzNINe1iii no one can''so credulous u ;to'be tike tie. : prompt r sad demivesteps which chatterboxes, scolds, c Within a few days put however,

-A letter from Tampa dated the 16th that those Indians will'eyer':10, removed the crisis requirea-'the State'should at and proficients.in Smalltalk--* preeminence farther from eomnmnicationa General Blab wre) and been other received -

Tnl. says f"The Brigade for the surrey except by force-.and UM,.only. question, once inter/ereand fntect itself/' Though which before the appearance of the authentic source, which tan no doubt

of.the route for the Ship Canal, is assenvbling now is, what> )sort! of. force ahall'J em- the taTcT erencTpTthe Stale in this quassi pestilent_race of, babblers above alluded., thattbeIndiaaibavefiWfedheir p'ledp

here, and will soon_commence_ per. I,7:; quarrel between the government and .the to-.they bad retained from the Ent imricaof and now obstinately refine:to fal61'.stair

...'. ations." An.:exoerienpe of seven yean f in ,the Indiansxiyroteeting itself -would sU Ui Igfi tbat wbioh's now contact* to remote from the" ol

.. (\, root c.rrea ea1eeee. aM I'krWa R.we Florida campaigns has convinced me thata somewhat norel, t would at least be a harm -apien wnerefe .j ltet esa FJorid"Th'removal 4 ,of.U 'ceainant. oft.,:&.

.. CAU.t TOft! & Cot Jan. ,22, 1833. force of 5,000 jnen;,whether regulars or. leN' mode"of intermeddling:in the affair, few of_thjenxare gathered together, for our- tribe beyond the Mississippi hat long baa

r "ilL' J'illToaWbe1t: left 'JaoVionvIU* to volunteers, will not be able in? Ito:years> unjesi tie species :of. non-a tioa which Belv.es-.whHe.we ihonli be for protecting an object of much interest t tie at

-" visit the cities o!Savaanab and Charlfrton. 'less' ad. theTStaM iyr all mean against the of Florida aad to
to remove this remnant of-Induns by ordinary -. such:& course implies should; be proper t governmeml t

&ftl'It'I"1 :' the.agent'of tb JaekaoifSHt and Alligator military operations There is only 1 usable, or be'attended 1ritfmore"danger hiding and lurking eneay,by whom U issountowardly United State*! Igu't ab
PUnk Road Company,to solicit m those id-. permitted to remain
tits the remaining portion of stock not ttkea one'mode by which they can tie ;removed and ev.il:consequences than,a'prompt and thratned,and would volunteer t the population sparsely& Mattered It along

29 and that mode has direct to amraaad actual bostilities at the shortest/ notice to make waxupon frontiers ana tke-, settlement
aturdat* January IIU' at k/tntr,I axptoted to b. o accomplished my :, never jet been ,employed recourse t and

mission, ,and,before tais date to have return* and until it i is employed* I ,shall ,. Somethigpears at any rate, :as i it 'ap- and give chase to.etest; the appearance tin the country me* 'continueto -

Important from,wash O ed; sad had not a rumor that our people at eatcrtam$no hope of 'asst teas:,,'' The .mode to us, ought to be done, both by,the or shadow of an Indian,should one obstructed.. And u.theyare

BOM are derided In sentiment,between a Bail be reported to have presented now act lag in open ddanc not only
to which T allude is, by "atill hunting" Geoeral Government and the State authorities present, or
We,. e indebteiTto' the Hoe, S. R. and Plank Road nnfortnnaUlj reached tboacities of the of a to treaty eon<-
of Mr. Jorne-
towards for the threat- itself to &u terrified gaze pTo
them they, do To preparing *
a* 1101.
Attempt anything eluded but
( I have doubt
Mallory for the Message of the President, no inch would]have beta years ago
our the sue: Bat..hin'that rumor reached Charleston eta, will be "ppwder.'t thrown away," ing-and approaching stom- as even the gan or any other dweller oa the frontier. also of a -written"'covenant entered into*

and the acoompanyig Documents, on ; the merchants very naturally and very for they will play tipir old game j of "hide subitaocous and decidedly haute retreatof We consider. : e ,ditajj/fwcnct of these recently by their'rincp ciel with the.Commisetonerof
relations which will he found in
Indian f
properly concluded that, to take stock in,the and go seek" with ma to th, end of the the enemy is far less alarming and suspicious people? ,as forming an.untoward, non..uatapti b1wheh

another. portion of our paper* The message Plank Road would at least be an vacerteni, if chapter.. i, than their entire ditafpearance, and somewhat uatangible difficulty re-acknowledged t.lm. } t

and.documents have been.referred to Dot an unsafe investment;. hence, the result yet more puzzling and harder to be remove, I feel it to b my duty t bring:
The plan which I is out thatI or the non at intentus return, made by the subject to in order that
propose, their Ghost your
the committee o> Indian Affairs in the wa, that gentlemen who otherwise were dig* dealt with than a legion of notc
Senate and we hope Mr. Mallory's efforts posed to invest their money in the road, not to suggested three years igo;land which if the 'delegation ds'Patched in quest of would.be; many' of whom incontinently you may consider ,what measures
it had been removed them who owed their safe return of their disen- should be adopted to the
for the much with a view to making intestine nt.at adopted would have probably availing themselves happy enor
to procure; appropriation sur- to eatiat in the completion of a wok which they every Indian in less than three, months, from'tbe expedition to its failure, or the thralnient from the bonds of flesh-have stipulations of toe treaty between then .
of; tha Indian lands under the -, and. th* government oft
tey protectioa believe U to result benftciallx to.the people of and saved the government aj; least a mil- fortunate non-success of their search.- of late, as would appear, (from the alarms As the 9th of UnUStt.
of a military escort, will be. Florida anatatboigcifyeppld'not consistent.. and diaturbaDce'which they give to tho early a Il, .
lion of dollars. It is this: that the State As far however, as the opinions and:counsels treaty. into with
and Bother settlers .
along our
crowned with stock-keeper, enter Sminole
success. ly putdown Jail subscriptions, while we,who
of Florida shall take the matter in its of the Editors and his correspondentare holders) returned to "visit the glimpses known as treaty of Payne's Lding
Mr. Fillmore's is marked. by are. most deeply interested are wrangling a-
and has mong ourselves and divided in sentiment between own hands, and offer hiyh 1 rtvandt for concerned they seem to be somewhatat of the moon"-or to their old haunts milocida by which they relinquished all
that weakness indecision which to lands inFlondvand bound themsebtes.
Plank NK killing and them. If $1200 points with each other, or as to. the contrary to the stipulations of
characterized every act of his administration a Rft; aid Road. sip, it is capturing the made with the tribes to which to remote therefrom within three &..
evident that both caries be built at the presenttime be offered for each alive policy and measures to be pursued treaty
,warrior proper When that time bad refused
captured. expired, they ;
from the first to. the last, where they belong,, when the latter with, the
,and, therefore, it becomes us to look ,reel towards who both insults and
and were demandedby $1000 for euh'wanior killed'- and $500 an enemy "God: speed,?*'and "joy go, with you,"- to comply with the terms of the treaty,.
promptitude energy to our interests bet both should be defeated.
defies the General Government b and nesozt was had to' force to-
'' for each woman or child captured alive,-<- uncer- of their loving and amiable white breth- military
the oceasien. "Th*onry alternative, Now ail.here are two projects proposed to expel them from the A fierce
but few of them will be either killed or emoniously retiring beyond its reach. and ren were at last got rid of, and emigratedfrom country.
says Mr. Fillmore, "that now remains is, ourcithens: either of which, if in operation, the In tho introvvable struggle ensued, which lasted for more-
the -
of present
alarms and holds the inhabitants country.
before the will hasten in
captured rest
would amply meet all our present wants, and than six and after vast
cither compel them,by force to comply state then, of this "lost tribe, years; a. expend.iture *
either of which would greatly enhance the valve and surrender at discretion., Supposing State uneasy, by so effectually concealing of blood and treasure the government
with the treaty made with the tribe in I we should be for waiting or suspendingall
of our real and personal estates and afford however, that it might bel I necessary to themselves in the limesinks, swamps, and action in the premises, until either its found itself baffled in all its attempts

May, 1832, by whjch} they agreed to us an easy transportation to market for our kill 40 of the warriors (one third of their other'strong fastnesses of the country, as existence or "whereabouts" is satisfactorily to drive them.from their haunts in. the

migrate within three years from that produce. But it becomes ns to consider deliberately t direction swamps and forests.with which, tbe country .
whole number) before th+ rest became to be intruvalte or unfindaole, by even ascertained. so that a proper
date,.or to allow the arrangement made 'I'' first the cost of those projects and secondly. be given to the lore of ths abounds and which,were inaccessibleto .
trailers and may
with,, them in 1842>. referred to in the ..our abilUy to meet that cost; and if' terrified being waylaid, : ndrtetill bunted the most experienced practiced State, or those which the General GrrRcrn- the regale troop

Secretary's report, by which they were i nj>pn.a oondid-and deliberate auwey of the premises ," the whole expense would be but bush-whackers among their own ment may be disposed to detach,and despatch On thellth of August, 1842, Colonel:
we find the total absence of to build Worth .then in command of the United
remain in the : means $400,000, and this sum tbi,General Government countrymen. The disagreement never against it, unless a movement par- ,
permitted temporary and sustain' the most costly one, it will be wisdom would be bound tj>refund. One theless, between the editor and his southern taking of the character of an exploringexpedition States troops in Florida,,bg the authorial
occupancy of a portion of the peninsula i in us to postpone the undertaking for the could be set frot for the of the Secretary of War and' the Enesi-
advantage inthis plan it that if correspondent after all be rather ,
I great ,
until the government should see fit to present and build the less costly, Railroad may combined of unearthing the runaway dent,entered into an arrangement with
remove them, to continue." would cost at the present time at least fifteen I none be kill nor capture), there will be apparent than real-as the views of the foe, and purpose improving our knowledg of the Indians,,which was promulgated in

thousand dollars per mile, and probably eighteen : "otltingo pay:its expense will only be former in relation to the connection be- the geography of the lower portion of an order in the following terms : "By
of his
He has no opinion own-no recommendation thousand; while a Plankroad can be built commensurate with its success l and as all tween flight aDd defiance,protection and the Peninsula, which still remains a terraor arrangement with. the few Indians remaining

to make to Congress as for.one thpasand fire hundred p r mile; hence, other plans, though attended with vast expense attack interference and neutrality -remaina rather aqua in cognito to our sannl- in the southern portion Florida,
tjbe Co nsttution,ql him, to. do-he a Railroad,from,Alligator, a.distance of about have our enlightned authorities at Washingtonand between whom and the whites hostilitiesno
would it
does not ventage, to: suggest the aUghtestpreference '.0 miles,would. cost, at $I ,OOO per mile, one signally not to be more fully explained, and may Tallahassee. ISOLUS. longer exist, they are permitted for awhile

to wlieU O his.frbjnd Billy Bullion and fifty thousand dollars, whilst a be wise to give this one trial ? That it perhaps be so far reconciled as to free him to plant and hunt on tbe lands in.
as <
PUnkroadat, 1.200 per mile,would cost only would fail, appears to mej incredible; for from the charge of self-contradiction and: eluded within the following: boundaries
should be competed to comply with the I MESSAGE
& After the Boundaries
$84.000. A Railroad from Jacksonville toTallahassee there are more than enough Floridianswho inconsistency, or enable him to escape describing referred
treaty, or permitted to "continue"longer from the President of the U. States, to, the order proceed: "Withinthe
a distance of about 190 miles, it would promptly orgiuiza in parties the giving with which he is threatenedby
It is.all a matter of indifferenceto i the the boundaries thus described, no settle
Informing Congress of refusal of
mile would cost
$15,000 $2,850,000, whilea
of 60 ar 80Karm themselves with double the other of the hornsof
one or sharp in Florida migrate ment can, with safety or propriety, be-
Indians to
4i1t, ii marvelous with what I Plankroad would only coat $228,000. The remaining
barrelled and revolvers, provide the dilemma into which he has formed and settlements
guns so un
philosophical and Christian resignation I heavy dexoandt, for iron during the past few to the country assigned to their ; any persona -
has caused,a ,eat alranoe themselves with dried beef and coldflower fortunately and thoughtlessly thrust him.sclli tribe, west of theJlisaisrippi.To within these limits will be subjected
rat: men can witness the afflictions and II years g in th.* prices to removal, in conformity with
and "still hunt"for
of that article.With rteks at a trite
misfortunes of others I J the Senate and never of tbe law in reference to the Indiana and
I a prospect of a farther .advance which with the doublo object; of riddijog their Rrprtttntativts uf tau Untitd States their of
The following extract from the : lie who assumes the office, oc undertakes I have honor herewith transmit places residence. The foregoing
message the
shows that $15.000 per mile is a moderate estimate State of its grcatoefr and earning, in .
betrays such a profound ignorance of the !. ,but in addition to this fact I have obtained at the same time, a< c1Jjse.{ dollars. to enact the part of a "sentinel" a report from the Secretary of the Interior, temporary with arrangement the instructions, being of the President conformity -.

that have occurred within the last the opinion of gentlemen this : ought at least to speak out firmly and from which i it appears that the efforts of >-
events upon point, I hold it to be a demonstrable fact, that : of the United States,communicated
few Indian frontier as is who are largely interested in Railroads: and distinctly, as well as promptly and watch. that department: induce tbe Indians remaining for tip information x f all whom it t
years, on our it is only by still-hunting them, that these .in Florida. migrate to the may
they bear nue out fully YOUlhhg.lu truth of fully and we should therefore be glad and concern.'**
difficult to be excused:_ these fact. If t, Indiana can ever be lubducd,-and toexpect country assigned to their* tribe west of the
we the construction of
> if the Editor would This
". be denied t the withholding to tbb and suffer gratified, state seiner Mississippi, have been entirely unsuccess arrangement acquiesced in by
nnot Railroad risks
a the whole amount of the stock must men ran the
of a of her territory .what more explicitly than he has done, ful. The only alternative that now re- Indians and the whites until the year
solwge portion
be paid in cash, but if we are confect to on the privations tt "s ill bunting"' them 1845
irorn settlement I*a 8*>.rl" injury to t)>a -.I.1t .!.. xo......u Jed vf oar go stock whether Wo meaning is, that in the event mains is, either to compel them by forceto when collisions baring taken place
for consideration of dollars
State of Honda; and although, ever since may be paid'in labor which will \>"greatly to tho eight' or ten of the General Government doing Loth- comply with the treaty made with the which threatened a renewal of hostilities,
the 'arrangement above retrod to, the a month, is asking uo much of their tribe in May, 1832, by which they agreedto it was modified by mo order from the-
theadrantage of our planters, which, wjjl also! ing the State should folio its example
Indians-hare manifested a desire to re- have patriotism, Xottyiag short, of high rewards migrate within three year from that General Land Office, approved by the
fsin at peace with the whites, the presence a tendency to circnjate) among. ourselvesthe will cause them to be still hunted and merely pursue the passive course of date, or to allow the arrangement made Secretary of the Treasury, fSIr.Walker,)
mPD.lald out in ,
of> a people who may at any time, building the road ; but if taking the necessary measures to protect with them in 1842, referred to in theSecretary's and the President( the United States,.
a Railroad is attempted it will into handsof and unless they be lijl bunted I despair I
go Mr. P oik
and real or fancied which ( ,) 98tablihed neutral
upon any provocation, itself against the Indians, whose secret report, by they were
of foreign contractors' ,whpse I.pplieaaod labour of ever seeing them rcmoied. It is territory, of mile in.width
be driven to acts hostility, is source. and ensconced permitted to remain in the temporary twenty. along
of constant anxiety and alarm to- the inhabitants ers will all be brought from abroad, and, consequently because they still hunt UI, that one hundred position gives them so occupancy of a portion of the peninsulauntil the entire border of the district in which.

'. on that border." none of the money paid out for the of them can make themselves formidable great an advantage over their exposedand the government should see fit to remove the Indians were allowed to remain

Is the unprovoked massacre at Indian road will remain among us,so that the construction to 80 thousand people These alarmed foes; or whether by the ezpcessioH them, to continue.It It will be perceived that nothing has.

of a Plankroad at the present time has numerous that the Government should cannot be denied thai the withhold been done by the government of the Uni-.
river in 1849 one of the instances of the advantages that of Railroad. Il\vngelllat'c been for 15 years laughing
a '"make demonstrations to meet the new ing of so large a portion of her territory ted States to impair its title to any part
i '"desire" on the part of the Indians to But, .ir. there is one other consideration at our marching coluuuis, or our puerile from settlement is a serious injury to the of the territory acquired under the treatyof
and serious which the
ti remain at peace, to which Mr. Fillmore more important to us than all the rest.t I diplomacy,. regarding i i us. with uo wow aspect question now State of Florida; and although, ever since Payne, Landing On the contrary
can build tbe I'lankroad but the Railroad- presenta"-his plan of operations is, that the above referred to the care has been observed exclude
refers f Is the abduction and murder ofa .dread than the boy in!!the. apple tree did arrangement great to
Marion within the last cannot; and the attempt to.fore.up Rmlrod) he old man when hd pelted Kahn with the latter should take upon itself the Indians have manifested a desire to remain every idea of the kind, by avoiding the-

;you&of county, Company tl/u.tinoa will) certainly and effectually : task of expelling the enemy, and the at peace with,the whites, the presence use of any terms which could be construed;
two or three years, anpthor instance of defeat both, and 'ten years hence will grats. It i is high tinxj, that we began to State in the meantime stand cautiouslyon of a people who may at any time, .into_the grantor acknowledgment of any

the,"desire of tbe Indians to. remainat find us just where we now are in rehard. to these play their own game upon them, :and tried the defensive until this shall be and upon any real* or fancied provocation, right on.tbe part of the,Indiaas inconsistent -

pease with the whites." Can the Presid improvements. "what virtue there is Jin stones." be driven to acts of hostility, is source of wjtlutbe absolute ownership of) the.

: nt.be'ignorant of events so recent in Whereas live to ahead and build the Plankroad This plan, o(' offering rewards may successfully and happily accomplised.This constant anxiety and alarm,to the i inhabitants ,'country by the United States.. By tbo-
by nest Fall our planters win hare a goodly por- would certainly be a far safer on that border.. arrangement they were permitted Jor awhile -
he sound in
'Seminele,history Or is only pander- harshly, especially Northern
tion of it ready to bear their produce to Jaoksonnl.le. and more comfortable, than There can be no doubt, also, that the to plant aWl bunt on the lands included -.
sag to, they morbid sympathies of sentimental and Jacksonville lUelf will; at once begin to cars,.but to those Vfljn? ) understand this that arrangement welfare of the Indians would be promotedby within the prescribed boundaries;
fanatics?; These are questions rein her harrestof profits upon a greatly iner a* 4' subject, it will be apjurent that it is the proposed by more warlike and their removal from a territory where and still further.to guard against misunderstanding

which every- man will answer for himself trade and commerce. Now will we go to work and most humane mode by I which' those {je.o[.>Io boldly spoken correspondent who in frequent collisions between: them and it was exgnewly l provided
dolt "wiD.e wrangle and dispute about it, un view of the same contingency, namely- : their powerful neighbors that the should
more are daily
be arrangement
--for our own part, we.hareKonJy to hope tilw..re can forcibly rcmo ed. It w;*ild probably 03 merely
superseded by some improvement elsewhere the backing of outt he Federal Government becoming more inevitable.On I "te POralI." The utmost that the In-
that the "model Pretidtnt' will fwd no and then reproach ourselves for oar folly under this plan1 not be necessary to
the other hand .there is dians daim therefore is be ,
from the would have the Stateto every reason can to considered
rule. when U is too laU' Oar friends abroad are kill dozen of them difficulty, I
imitators under Democratic, willingand a before the rest would to believe thai any manifestation 'ofa i as tenants the will of the United
anxious to aid us.if we will harmonise at home s undertake the of the Indians
but while we are divided ourselves, bow feel the necessity of ,surrendering; whereas expulsion design .to,remove them by force, or to'' States,.and liable to be Removed whenever,

C -J 1he] .'Indians-What's' to be done'? we ask, much lets expect among their assistance? can by the old hide and go seek warfare, and this upon a scale of preparationsthat take possession of the territory allotted the public interest may require.

We had made a very encouraging beginning they would be to in "let things go. as they may, failureshall to them, would bo immediately retaliatedb Regarding the subject in this light,
th* article of CoDI.P,** on the subject of to raise stock for our Plank o, and but for the persevere be impossible,"'how "fjulure should acts of cruelty.on the defenceless in- and being anxious to gratify the people
tbsum4tal ofyihe Indians,.which w* publish fatal of their hostility, till j their extermination habitants.The of Florida who in and
rumor a di\siqn among ut,at home, a mud II be. impossible, let things as they may"is public meetings
ia another oluma,U worthy of attention. His larger amount could have been obtained. But closed the strife.Believing go number of Indians now remaining through their executive and legislature,

plan I. iithsm ia principle as the one we when that rumor reached here,through the papers. that every I observant man of not explained, and seems to form a in the State is, it is true,seine inconsiderable had manifested the most earnest desire to

., lave advocated for several years past j U Is the I felt completely parallised far I.knew not bow to practical experience,!will admit the efficiency specimen of that species of Pat-aiinity, (not exceeding, it is believed five have the Indians removed, the department -.

.; .elv one,br which, {n.ove deliberate.opinion meet or what steps to take,in order tp,avoid its the J and the of or occasional peculiarity of expression, hundred;) but owing to the great extent employed such means a$ were

{ th. Indians can ere be.rooted.oat,-and the oeoesnry effect spec my success for the businessmen economy humanity which critics .have discovered, or think of the country occupied by them, and iu deemed most just,humane, ayd expedient,
resorted after millions here think a Railroad utterly out of the qM.* this plan I am induced to submit it to thair mode of to that
b tea accomplish
.B*which will, *as adaptation peculiar warfare object. The Indians
have discovered in the
.. of note, end, v* rso.f time, ah,llhav tioD..lII4 I. 4,.ne : believe that doseD shares o'stoekfor the consideration oC i;tbe people of Florida they style of the a force-very djipropo&tiosedto- were notified of the desire of the government -

lees wasted lathe fraJUf experiments of reg. leston., it.could be obtained in the city of Char in the hope that i it may bo promptly great Historian Livy. The Patavinitg. numbers.would be necessary" to captureor of the United States that they

"' afar ergaaUad .,.dae..p1Da&walking savages. n. adopted. ob't nerv't of expression attributed to Livy, by an expel them, or even to protect the should comply with the stipulations of'
merchants her.. sabscirbe for stock in theI'ltiikroadwith your ,
., Th $500,000 apprpj>tfted.r th. Stale, the sole view of aiding up, in what I f B. !I. P. ancient critic has somewhat puzzled modem white settlements from their incursions.The treaty of Pajne's Landing, and General:

for th* etmmenerwunt of'tbk/wari.wonld 'b* they deem.to be a.necessary improvement to bnn -__ I ___.- commentators, and has been supposed military force now stationed that Blake was employed to go among them,,
,IIJ tflor* than *aoucfc for the removal of the Indians trade to the St.Johns river{ for they know that,in FOR THE NZWA.- to.conaistinsome occasional'ProvincMl- State would be inadequate to these objects and to take with him a delegation of the

k .... ra Ifs system of "rewards-aai,punishBts proportion to the iaerease of the trade of that rier. \. I ;.and if.ik.should be determined to Seminoles, who had emigrated westward,
piroaought as a member hats now no longer.detectable from the .
enforce their removal
. .* ;" bat after tea limes th*amount shall their trade with Florida,wffl be increased and it is or to survey the to. add their testimony and counsels to

h}ve.bfea squandered,in th* usual war, ,the increase their trade that they assist in building of*,a.Christian. com unity,, we should be entire disappearance of the ancient dialect territory allotted to them, some 'additionto his in favor of the proposed removal, and:

-' '|pdan4 vPlb} still her,sad w* shall .h&na& the real 'sorry to see the .it, for once more of the Latin' tongue. The critic, it would be necessary, as the govern* thus to effect tbe desired object peaceably.,
". About Wednesday neat I will proceed to: force the sent has but a small ores available for Some reluctance having been manifestedby
-)set to.set a Pit* .post their beads which! had &rn.nluaad employing against feeble and fast however, who first referred to this peenliarity -
.J .: a dens give our friends there an eppotto&jty to remnant of1 I the' that service. Additional:appropriationsfor a portion of the tribe, and an idea
decaying Seminoles
b '
.it better' .1 say what amount of stock they feel disposed to remaining in the style otbe.pa" Historian the support of the army would ,also, having obtained currency among them
\Jfi .: '. .Thor*.ar'b4w! en_ 'ISO aad ISO warriors in take.and how far they ww,7liogto aidin a work in the county-we cannot but' may after all have only had: allusion to ip that event,, be necessary. I that the government of the United States

.-7C : ; '..' the State.,H! sari onawjll'ssy that it is less dif- I which i..f the highest bnportaaee. and of mutual agree with the .ditor of 'the ,'"Florida ,the occurrence of an occasional confiuion For these reasons I have deemed it proper !. would not iutt on.their removal, a delegation ,

jfjxrm*. t Milt to rid the eotnurj of this remnant bjreg.lar I advantage+to both Charleston ajnd,SaraDub.I Sen tine. !,".nd his So it henl correspondent rwyorn.ho of:ideal,.or.a casual.Silernicim, in the to submit the whole, matter to Con- of the principal chiefs, with their.
lailitary e trstioas,than If th ere wer*fi v* I would,surest, that the eitisens,of Columbia. for such action
filL deem
as they allowed
: quoted in lis ;of the 4th work o:, this otherwise grew may interpreter, were to come on to
I cod Derail counties held Convention paper? correct
tsofiB0aaU4vlnateera a at Jaeksoa great
Rasher, iwar; gim. best. MILLARD
; f | etetbi! FILLMORE.WAgmjtOTOX Washington to confer with the President
o* r. or t.n'rs regiments,with a Brigadier yl l..on the Is>h of February, la order thajt the inst..,.that,. the. "late sadden t ,retreat t of these winter -this we think have' shown to be -" : CITT,Jan. 18, 1853. and ascertain from him directly what he,,

sit Inc L Of acral at their .bead .1aiIu th* aali.oaca .i planting part of oar population may have an oppor. people and- their chiefs, to Everglades, probable by,the;,analysis which we have expected and desired thenj.tQ.do. Upon

O' |+oat of'that Oeaeral star K."HI, ..* 1"1!IT.)1Staf4'.JI' ; .1, wily to_,mere and U fully order asquaiat that we themselves raise I with the bal theenterprise and their. ,other i inaccessible l fastnesses-} t given of the above rather ,mysteriouswords t .' DEPABTMINT or TBJE LTTXEIOB,") receiving from him the assurance that

( Iar,ioeoiapl3sh.lhtli o r DO&h 1IC.. ''I d. sot}. I lance'of the stock. -renaming( uUke sasy,.Of any.) after can.be regarded in'no. other light, than ,}in our comments UpoD.&he epistle 'Washington/Jan.141853. j, they would,be required to leave Florida,.

yk tab 'Itllted w see tkejs jgatloa o osrektepptw i SftVesma and Cbarlestosi have taken what they aaaaacfc. ,of.'\f efiar cc"' to' the 'GeneralGovernmentK of .the Southern; correspondent' (the .SIB:,'ID'Y.1uranD report' to:you they acknowledged in writing their obligation .
T 04; t adopted at present,bit w; aevey}>,elw; I are voting to take. ,I thiak tvaeeting ef tbe kin4, evidence ) I explained the'measures which,had been to remove, and agreed to use all.
Wb ttvsf- irjrephe/la print for futar nt .**. ., wield have _a happy effect in forwarding the enter and of hostile in- "Sentinel, and would seem,to show that adopted by this department-tq effect 'the their influence to induce their people to.
', Respectfully.. ten tiPDJ'which,render it incumbent '"on the has not been enoughnafr
'. :yfi.,Waif OUT winter long peaceable removal of,the Sominolc Indians emigrate the earliest possible day

:,:,- .Rtvln&nt. ; DnuB&eh !:' .' ,the,authorities, a.fr ,,Washington, to, make, nralised'.to bare' uired''know1edge of from Florida, and expressed .tbeopinion 'A.copy of this agreement appended'

i, /(. .i -J,.,,. ,fiSt'I at 'J ;. ,: = 'or :' .the:!(ewe. ,demonstrations to vje t+the"new,'.'and u even that bastard English,' in which ,the that. they would shortly; b 'to this report, and also copies of the letter

.. .<,.a. #' .- "," .c .fI. .-,Uje fo.1,1"6"&C4J .t '. '.r' r}' L. ,.Iodda.la41aDs., he.might 1 haiavJlded-, "< i' newspapers of the day, so .largely! 'deal, crowned wjtb., success. I-didao" in,.con of General Blake, and;;'bl.a. letter from;
as : t' tWI'.I firodigyls ) : tha sequence oftherepresentationji: which had the U n..B. R.. Mallpryy. of, the United#
expecUd U'I
-, swiwIntWeJeWfrom* l<1* < ,lJtHWeW r \.' I.t' ..., perceive" : .by III41. hichahpgptatto>a. quvr uti:' Tie. and.which'enables congressional. speeoh- b.mpdo to the department t by Genera States.Stjute to'me,, enclosing one ad-.

-" : trive V't.(oft ,,1)I .1.. .ii s,laT igar.hgm; oditov thinis] ,,odt< y:properly,suggests i grinders stump-orators and after, dinnerspouters BJake, the special agent employed.by tbegorerD.ment dressed to him by*Hr, Tbeaus P. Kennedy

.:, r .\ : "mi .i.Brat en 1 bugged..JSe..'i 'nUtra'Upn' :;' d. pl jed .t thai.sh.puld.this flight.; t.the Indiana,'to 'to run on with such fatal facility y to induce thorn to migrate toihe of Tampa, Bay., '

, .:".,. < OIl,Maady,'#'CJtin.JuT J ,_IO" portion the aesttp game with Oen Blake,. that-'hl parts'uuknown-asteporied, by'the delsgaUoasenUAsewhfofJtnem. u to throw even the fair sex into the shade country'west of the Hississipp; ? river, On receiving:notice of' the-refusal of
: of our, population, particularly,'may ex- tiaa with ifi.prec iiigrn gotiator ,f:both .. llro-n t to &DClidepri< 've.: them of the preeminencewhich ptdian and who Aflkirt u8uiedtho'Oommiii.that their? : the Indiana ,comply with;.tfce treaty, I
remoral called from
feet.. rich tretzt.rI military and civjl t; I presume after thi| tae correct anal IW'G'oveTntaen} r lail tl onc end ,, uigh4e fora. report Commissioner

: f' 10 tot ?:they' ,! long.eajoyed'fcas* .' ,: .J:,.DMintJj'. t''; :. ',eat- "1..ci(ed" ;u'jJ.-r.mi;early. .j.: y of. .hAt.' {rq'AC. ,7.:i"eh rtlush, tws',:ttsi.,a, glade OQ t ,f.

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Lye been h- : ._JOAB Gum stance -thertto *> viewwi h1. \.I'JIOOI' PAmTfsiea1a: : a w A.. "KBe'O""KT.: TAX COLLECTORS SALE.
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eand otbez It will b*>teen from! the* -pipers that; '- &he'1Di1ida "&O ; and that If '.. .- .'jtI, noeIftit- 61 PUBLIC SALE 0?. LANDS. B YTirt. *f th*.P ww VmtedbsakT law :0

. DO doubge it i*strongly! Strgod o&3fea fcoterament to Po i three hundred_.Creek. .warriors be sent tell DLLctlt8B *An.uOAN.I PtttrB BtadminJjtr 4oTofFraacUP aba11 "paM tsf.ale bekesthi Court os.sas

hcirpled ;, regard the pennistion whiea",wu given 8m.: : I'' J. A *'*.jf.f 15,1852.V0" wto the maps under their own officers :- U I :J: A.::A. OCHUS. Saaches de for the [Ia chancery la*Alligator following dMriKd the irst proprtyr Monday of Slay a* .1b33.th.. .. .
) (alQ' tothelnduaOmder theorfer of Col. that BowJ'i t 1J you ow 1i DJ ai' ta'&o the Octwga .Bass. and"perfer siestA Fre&laadrferhlweelf. f tan/ until pay tU But* tnd onnij tines

.S& 01 Worth ia 1832:to 1IItnd hunt 'for a Billy j\e other dele. nearest post." s11thay.caea7turs: rSTUCTOR/of Piano and Qoitar.wowd respsxtftOly and others .f ] Float deer* &D4 tM HQItta1' vzpastiIsat.aSic .'
sate refi tej/ith' : ntwue*to the citizens of sekaeetiU.aat'tsWIy,5hat'he .. : _.I-.sa. 40
for them what scrensClai.1a.riks
whi1e.PQ the land set apart asmoked they erJIYi 8U'.' efV !" "t't'att"P
Btnhnla A rataaiQ.:! ,. -
win,be from
ant cf;> and aannHed ''and to 'proceed atoxweto agreed to d l.ey have:.been counsel- : LUTHER BLAKE prepared the I V Springs OA lbs Sirsaaeo(; ble5giegttbsnIau
.. .. 1st of Jsamuy, to afford perfect satisfactiea te any Ant'ol.&IIthclm't, of Boj j .tsth.eitia .tJcatkzl tl'.
:uIDnbee2thatiieii& tOTTCT, o4onlj: the;nenttal ,territory MJ.qaFDI 1N 0 counsel tii eia1A wb saayftm UniwiU their patzensa.iLeeesndatlonifroCol but Mitch .aa4,'Saoiael. ., J D\\ eeaasJfutb.arIse.) : '."1\8"- -3

: ,.batalso, tho,country 'heretoforeocctuicd i it to: be all, pretenee. Z.__ 1 eDCJ..Goi"TJBao. J Pianists of the North,J.can Bmard.be sew and si aay'SAVANNAH distlnrabhed Moore..ocord' ;' Jis J entered Jan.a .r ;;-- XE! .1C1LS1t

meu of by the Indiana ana to bring:the I: urjed ,them.to make'&be'lip tIn4-.' dee ltLIbgadnovaUng nc wUbtlkanaldecree, J 4'- r".w S'ex Jr.Rl..Uett. .

hey ahaD. ame Iota market for settlement. andcoltiTatioa they had pronused to dot this..moothTto 10th 8E4VZ CM! tN. WJlULlNO.-on ;th o I : up November ia the above,A.entitled D, 1m.cause la the, *a circuit the fita Court dayof Alligator CohrabU C*,?la,44a/3dV lb53L

I lbeakrmrtt.eec1 at aa 11\ d 1hA i/ start fifty or eventy-.and I would be- before_. tree negro maa'YU brought Establishment ,, sitting 'v ta* county 3t, Johns, the HOIK T iii r.roB8 'BAth

aJong As the: adoption:;of this policy:will i live they intended.to' comply'with''their thd'eounty court ef: Ohio county, 1' ] GEORGIA. Thomas no..presiding;tbt e tollovlns; des TJrtauftl..P .r- Y.stdlimsby law

lem and.ODtin1l& ineritab11ead! to the'renewal.of hostilities agreement in full.:"The; above ia..their to answer the charge.ohbductinga negro j73 York street, rat .f tkt Ctort, tttvstT cribwt land bring iL* portion of tbjs :,.hi' BT &*,Iorl&l.Won the Court KOM.

4 with the Indians and a, large mnrerj\ and more they do not intend ,to woman, the property' of W. H. Stock I I ESTABUSIIED IN 1831. do Oraat belonging to tb* estate of Peter at Alligator, on tb*first Monday of May, 53.
very itaTOo- The woman ti ADIW Bilk and Woolen Dmaes Shawls,TaI Mi/cbel.dceasi remaining aosotd,b*offered she toUo-tn,4ttcrlbM .
testiSed that nioch
: ,They dauot belie that the had property, or ao
bd as they expenditure of money and"of hum aD' life vs: the gor-, persuaded her negro bio Covers ,cleaned and Dyed various co. at public sale at Miennopj, in Alachma county thereof a* will pay'h 8ut*and County taxes

e, nob RIF fa expelling them, and as,in any event,' eminent will permit the oow-L,S as to run off from her- master, Ion; Ladies' Bonnets bleached and pressed in a State ef Floriaon FriJa; ,the ,25tft dilla of and tkt necessary .ipn9f da*. thereo, tc

zesty co. addiuonal ppropriationi will! ,bo necessary t.h9eaU tienvtft come noon them. planned] t th*:time a&d manner thereof, fciklonaMe stylet Kid Gloves cleaned aDd (tentlemn'5 llareh next wit; 40 aerr 9d rat land Ijkg U ..Columbia / .
Pardon and hid arranced for her Garments cleaned renovated or dyed.as may The said lands will b sold tb* follow-j
me,air, recommending that : rw rtinn ;n upon C*.a'v.'hitnaJion cot known bttoiiiIsi to .
i butte to the cost of the''arTc.S Idid b4 All dona in the
ago defray required same style which basreneratty
the Ohio and there ; tog twins to wit: one third payable taeash *n ADd
whole be to mUihe--- aid asekJ4Uloaaril Barrow,for th. iMP ii
country at so much pleased and Mends
:} into. not feel warranted in the surveyed once: my patrons ,hAt .
assuming day of DnrehftB the two birds
that she bad ,Orders from the resulting l2. LlIICnu ;
letTth. and
never Termsmoderat country intwrior .
military Floriia designed leaving her .
ti with th. responsibility setting aside the arrangement protect the muter until the of Georgia Florida and South Carolina .t the porch is*money payable.ia two .qaa] ja. 8. ,Tax sesaor aa4 Collector '1 tit

", bI which.ligation entered ,into _by the, previous ad orveyos,.&c., Md SOO ,Creek warriors to free negro persuaded her thaakfttOy rtaaiTsd and punctually attended to. and atonal instalment wish Interest o( sin Alligator.Columbia CuHFla.,Js*.-3kl,' 1853L 1
it to be subject sent into the swamps under their' own that course, and that she regretted her mar2Z-lT ALEXANDER GALLOWAY per cent,th* subscriber to sign real and execute t.'
to. ministration. Believing a
aetwB in the 4- with tb for I TAX COLLECTORS SALE. :
officers, and in their matter. The free ad- purchasers contracts title ;
I. to brzbgorder which appertains appropriately to and bring into the nearest way,all capture< nutted that he had arranged C for her, I INSURANCE cnaditloaal four the ewitlon ef a perfect title 'DY Tlrtu the Pw Vetted .*by 'law. I ;.

that.rhat ,.Congress, I now respectfully bring it to find. post: they ceioDinOhjoa had carried re- gjontliern Mutual Insurance Co. when the purchase money shaH be yail.Sclttidnle .' .1I shall mi sa far aal bfore the,CostS How. .'.\

mea. your notice, in order that you'may lay it can Fotthesnnybpenstrste lothes. The off her I of Georgia. of stands to De Sold. at Alligator th*first Monday May 1833, ,,

,force theem before that body for such action u the these swamps" would bo attended' with. to court sentenced the prisoner P. o. HOLMES, AGKMT Jacksonville, E. F. 88. Si t. 9R... 18 the following descnbod property,or to much
enormous and axwomplish 'nothing confinement in the penitentiary for two C' U ta J. thereof will pay the Slat and County taxe.
them.eel'States. interests in their expense .
public may judgment 'HE\ undersigned,Agent of the above
This would ears. Company. 1341 9 018 and the DtOfItPl1 expenses clue thereon, to wit, 1
e demand.I require no mere regulars is anthemed to take risk againjt rim on T.h titan.)S.W. II II *
qr. of 2 1 19 80 acre 9d rats land lying- near tb* Swan- ,.
1832 than what are now here. No time should unildiags and their content,. Sistine Pea Rinks, \. 6. E. ., a It S. II
have the honor to be sir A FLOUTING RAT. Jfe Insurance the .e*Shoals, be1t JiDI to and a Tho
A Including Negroei.
very respectfully be lost There are Mr.Dow, of on most 0. 4 10 li
: that are:willing Fraier for tie 1833.
eminoJea many ,
obedient Philadelphia terms. T O HOtMES, Agt M 11 year l
t 1.
your servant having .Challenged all the
Landing to emigrate. Action now will prove to in January 3, 18$2: v .4 10 10 19 jia I LKIiICgLER,
ALEX.. II. STUART. dogs Ohio ta a combat with Tax sal Colloctor.AlHgaUr .
cir : them that the government ia determined. a fighting 'I u 10 19 assessor
claim. & rat ia his WOOD'S Columbia ('o. Fls San.34. IS37.
I, As pcace-offenngs will not de force must. possession, Daniel Shoed, of 31 :0 20M .
emcjLyrefuaed To the President.P. Vey air >.. Columbus writes to him as follows : "I O AMENTALIROXWORK "SI 1&1& to TAX COLLECTORS SALE.

'fI leara. S. -Since writing the foregoing, I respectfully, now take leave to inform Mr. Donlan that Ridge Road II a 11 20
L. BLAKE, Special Agent. Phtlcuhlptiia I. 23 11 -21 Tirtu *f th* 'ow.rV ln.IJaw.J.hall
: have received a communication from the Hon. LUKE LEA Washington I: have a small dog of the terrier and Iron Statuary Lions Greyhounds, Newfound- 4' 25 Ml1 21 BT expos for sale before ,the Cnn.lInen,
'Ie treaty governor of the State Florida, a copy ,. City. spaniel breed, that I am willing shall and Dogs Fountains beautiful designs and va- 0 "" 21 at Alligator, on the first Monday or May 1W3tue ,

force to. of which, for further information on, the I fight his rat for one hundred doll. i. ftP I /ious sizes Iron fairs spiral and straight on im S I. 10 "" 12 -21 21 following described property, or a* much
A fierce. I also enclose. WASHINGTON, Jan. 9,1853. further Woved plans; alas Iron RaHinz axiS Veranda.. _n- -. -11. .12. M .! thereof as wilt pay the State nod(01lb'1 fair .
subject any amount be 1-PiM- lam compnslng upwards oMWO design. se es --4
Sin : I have the honor to hand not a [|/ Designs and specification wilt be sent to ant and the neceeiary expenses due thereon,to will
orexpend0 you sporting character, but I cannot to 18 3o C. A. b! MITCHELL. 80 acre of last 2 DEPARTMENT or TUB I.XTERIOB > herewith a letter'which I have just received allow the great state of Ohio to be basked part oett-Cla.theUnfon,110BERT by addresnng WOOD. Philadelphia. belonging to and assessed to Jame A. Cooper,

govern. Office Indian Affair, JaIL. It, 1853. \ from Mr. Kennedy a gentlemanof out by a Philadelphia rat." There's JUST RECEIVED for the year 1S33. L. MICKLER,

ttemptain high respectability, who hU resided State pride for f CENTRAL STAGE LINE, AT H. T. TITUS' CASH GROCERY Jan S Tax assessor and Collector.
SIR I have the honor to enclose herewith you
thee : near. the Indians in Florida for many AND PROVISION STORE. Alligator, Columbia Co., P1*. Jan. 3d, 1632.
a a agent
coun. copy years, from which it appears that the efforts :Ne.t) best TAX COLLECTORS SALE.
General Luther Blake dated December ) gwbmCsements. 8EMI-WEZKLT. 1CfB qnality FLOUR;
ccsaibJe 15 1852 from which it that the of General Blake and the delegation _____ THE Proprietor takes 1U U 20 kits No 1 )MACKEREL; : fr'!b; "OT Virtuo- of the Power Vested m me by Iaw. ij .
appears of triendly Indians to induce their Tire Honredd Dollars zri.tt! _ptluwe 1 ia announcing to 13 kits No t TICKLED \LMON dooO J-> I shall expo*for sale fcafitr the Court Itouf '

Colon ell Indians in Florida refuse to comply with] removal from the State have utterly PANAMA MILL haring been the- public that ho bas just lbs L.\P LARD, be!tqnili: <}, at Alligatoron the first Monday of May 1553,

UniteLtbcrity their obligations to emignvtoy and that oercive > failed. I also enclose Florida Sentinelof TTE .on the morning 01 the 21th December deltroyed, placed upon the route new 30 tubs RATIFIED LAKb, for extra umljr the following described property, or so muck
measures must be employed to ef Ii tMHered I by the work of M ineendary, the above U I splendldFOUR HORSE COACH ud that he ns1000Ibs thereof es will pay the State and County taxes
the 4th. instant. containing a resolution 1 reward will be paid prepared to convey passengers through in the cured IT and the thereon
by sabscnber \MS eipensesdue to
feet their removal. AH advices for the : shortest sugar necessary wit
previous appr. poixibl time. He has relays of tlie beat
P al. offered in the State legislature,instructing bension of the-offender Hones at different that 50 box CHEESE of aprror! quality. on. town lot situated in the Columbus No. 8
from Oenetal Blake authOrized the 29- points so no more time is
It with con the Florida delegation in Congress to urge jn t EDWARD R. aiLCHRIST. I lost than Is necessary for their change. ALSO belonging to anul succeed to.James LlCooper.

ted in. fident expectation that the peaceable removal upon the general government their speedy Plank Bad This Stage leaves Jacksonville every Sunday and A full assortment of lUnlirnre, Planter for the year 1&32.
Company. ,
of these Indians Would soon be Wednesday afternoon, immediately after the arrival Jan 8 't. a.ltCKLEIt,
: "ByIns But it is evident thatno removal by force. It also publishes a letter THE DELEGATES from Palltki, Ocala Mich of the steamers from Savannah* and returns in 1 Tools and Implement of ererj description in- Tax assessor and Collector. .
accomplished now from General Blake dated at FortMyers and NewnusrUl- reqnented U time to connect with them en their return tripL- eluding Corn Mill, Corn ShelUri, Ploughs'
meet Alligator. Columbia FU- Jan.3d 185g. .,
relorida Co.
M Orange ,
be in. springs m the ftrrt Monday ii ,
' such expectation caa reasonably \ These steamers connect with others at Savannahfor Hoes, Chine, Axes, &e. Also a largo stock of
December and March
15 addressed next It is
bpcd that tho !
and if it be determined that Dclegatenwd Charleston and New York; thus affording to TAX COLLECTORS SALE.
thilgcd they bepnnetisl In their BOOTS AND SHOES
,titjtjea his excellency Governor Brown, announcing attendance ud fill ow absent tra..Uentrom the North or others visiting Tallahaxeee ,
for are not to remain in- Honda the only that the Indians refuse to emigrate as bosmees importance will be submitted to them., or the interior towns of Florida, a speedy including men's coarse and fine Brogin, of ev. BY Virtue of the Power vested ia n* by Iawr
a question to bs considered is, how shall ; jan [Republican copy.j transit. A coach connects with this line to and cry Jescrif tion. A large assortment cfDouUclarrelled 1 shall expose for sal before the Court lion. .
Is in. their removal be enforced f I have heretofore that he has reported the facts to the department TTOTJCE.-The LOQERS- from the White Sulphur Sprinn in Hamilton at Alligator,on the first Monday of Me,18:13,
and recommended that the of Daval County. are FERN ANDEZ BISBEE t CO. Guns '
u-jc > i county. the fallowing described property, or so muck
Cs re-, expressed the opinion that a promptand country be surveyed at once into townships on SatnrpsT requested, Sib to February meet at the, at New 11 clock Court A.Ilouw.M-, June 28-8m Agents for Jacksonville. of Urge me, KENTUCKY BIFLES, full and thereof as will pay the State and County tansy,

\1tLin.settle" vigorous prosecution of the public and that three hundred Creek warriors to settle prices oq LOGS. A full meeting is ra- 1- whole stock. A large quantity of and the necessary expenses due thereon,to wilt
surveys of the lands in the occupancy of qnerted as matters of importance will be brought NEW STAGE LINE. 80 acres 2d rate, and 203 aere of 3d cat land,
these Indians would have: a salutary effect be sent into the swamps,_under_their forward for their consideration., jan 29-It I IDy WINES AND BRANDIES, lying in Columbia County, numbers_ and situation -
own officers to them in. Under of ol.]ler than offered in.t hi* market to
r, boo them realize tbofact bring Ja.cbOD.J THE PROPRIETORS will vintage ever not known, belonging ADd asaeswd. to
'iettJc.flUb.. in bringing to these, circumstances, I deem it my duty THK STOCK IIOLBISS of the ran a Passenger Coich during which & will n lower for cash than can Joan Marker, for the jear 1832. -

that they eaurot be permitted to remain again to call attention to the snbcct and llligator Plank Road Company, are hereby tie summer season between be boight in th<* southern ,ontr,. Produce innS L. .MICKLER,
whore has occurred your notified that t be or good taken ID exchange for goods. Tax assessor and collector.
"hey are. Nothing and the the amount of stock required by the Upper Whit Snlponr Spring and Alligator paper
to of
with to tlnngn: tin opinion; and I would recommend urge great necessity charter,to autbori..lad company to organize,bas on )Mondays and- Upper White Sulphur *nd N B-Planters and Lumbermen who wish Alligator.CelumbUCon HJL,Jan. 3d 1332.
sand: adopting prompt measures to compel therein Lower Mineral Spring Thursdays connecting large bills respectfully invited to call anti
tha. the surrey of the country bn taken. Therefore tb. undersigned Commis- on ; are TAX lOLLECTORalULE.
:\.l I of this band of cut-throats who with the from TaihihaMee examine before elsewhere. Oat23
soingcon be regardel :u :. prominent and essential ,toners fire notlc to said Stockholders that Ian mail stage on baying BT Virtue of the Power Vested ia by law,
have ,atraged eerfueling of bumaui" Thursdays mail stsge from Jacksonville
-. \ election Directors, shalT expos for sale before the Court
to for
of for serre the term of 4ne
of ar.t'u-
part are plan operations and wh demands the Mondays. This line will afford comfortable FRESH ARRIVAL lions the first cf
Iresi, <;tc trc3'.a ;> stern c will be held at Jacksonville at Alligator Monday May
the rem ,*"l l f :he Indians The surveying nrrect. a. on Sat 1 and easy aooess, with no night hueJ l, to the jersiened!I. in weekly receipt of goods i 183; the following described property or .>
eated r de. thcuIdbe amply protested the 19th day of February, A. D. 1853.I Mineral Springs on the buwtnnee, for all per TIm line from the best homes in New Yor much thereof a*will pay th*Statand County

may by military; escorts from the and a'' I repeatedly cxprcA'jed to the Coin u:!- 8D FEalulfllU, ons seeking health and a'UlCUle at the above and is at all times prepared furnish any antic taxes and the necessary expenses das thereonto

army I siener or Indi i fA .Vffiirs last winter. JT_,' D. ILa; watering places. Invalids may require To strangers be wont wit, 140 acre 3d rte land, near the mineral
c-nsider.tiie f n-ce shC'uld be thrown into I V J & JY give me a trial,and if are not sat sled,-
'n C.ltl"ctr.lii.' : ta litary force a1'fI! : w'ai CHARES Brail, ShEFFIELD say you tprington tile Snwanse, belonging and
by + i' :" : at cliff'!ent point" with aV'W not take the artlel jmt received per steamer. ,
r.'ry Proprietors
and for the
re: :ore them-a matter which. 'Ii:s.r :aaductpltc 8. L.NIBLACK, Rnahton,Clark A Co,Cod Lift Oil Wolfe*Are assessed to Way King, year 1832.
yca.rJlilico- .f destnjipg tin' property and sup.JL.A !"" <"< beyond all doubt. Ci.- W. B. Ross, ._. Springs, FlaApl'il 732-/y matte BehMdan Srhnappa; Honeks Pansera. New jan 8 L.E.M1CKLEB,
: if the India;.s anJ capturing all England: Cough Syrupfionplands Foyer and Tax assessor and Collector.
c'uD8tacc the inference that E. McCLxtJ Charleston and Florida Line.
:tie"tbe., .ht> conll catch. An agent sLmld} br j-wif they AX, Ague remedy Ogoods India CBotigofitMj Ayers Alligator,Columbia Co,Fla,Jan. 3d, 1833.
y believe the tr .i ;r'iment f'>rccs will not be. W. LOWE Cherry Pectoral Sncph Quinine \Vutan Balsom
stationed it Fort Mye: to receive tn'i employed agaiiwt them and a i Commission* THE SPLENDID NEW P PACKS STEAMER ; Wild Cherry with many other articles too nameTons "

the ship the captives to tneir country west, aw.ll c ; prompt I Iand -- }FLORIDA to mention, sail and see. BT Virtue of the Power Tested in bo law,
cr,) thoe who display of troops on the Caloo ahatchee dee 24 J. it PAYNE, ': I shall expos for are b.t.retb* CourtHouse
might voluntarily surrender CHARLES WILLEY
a t 1853. CoxaiANOtn: ,
immediate -
Peat cteck
may produce an. at Alligator, on tile first Monday ofj"
i tes"Itral to him for emigration.. and beneficial effect SPRING ANDCLOTHING lfVlYIJIEA Is now running regularly oa May, 1833, the ftllowiog described property

I submit with diffidence the foregoing I am anxious to cnmnranicate to &l the Line between Charleston and ,. m. .'aOay. "1\,, Org much thereof asf-wU pay the.Stat anJ
ong very the St.John'smrr. the attention of County taxe and th* due .
outline of the renwntfully pa necessary expenses
suggestions, as an plan the executive and of Florida the WOULD
1icllhu. people The following schedule has been aJopteu, and the public generally to the large thereon to wii: 120 acre 3d ration Rocky
most likely, in my judgment to effect a views of the department upon the subject Peg tb Southern Harkst: which shows the hour arrivals and depart and complete assortment of Creek, near tae Sawanuee belonging to and J

.speedy removal of tho- Scminolcs from and respectfully ask that you will JAMES WILDE( JR J tares from the.varion,ports : FURNITURE assessed to Buckingham' Smith for the year

' Florida. enable me to do so at your earliest conve (TAte of the flrms of C. T. Longstreet A Col and Leaves Lea/res Charleston Jacksonville Tuesday at 3 o'clock 3 _. just received from Botton. W* purpose sell on 18321 L.L 1UC.LER. ,
ni-. Wild. Bates ft Taylor J still continues tflj holdout Wedncuday. at ss good term as can be obtained in Savannah or jan 8 Tax assessor and Collector.
The authorities ami of Florida nience. Leaves ffitoUU 7 *
Wednesday, at
'art people at the old stand Charleston as oar freights ar* much cheaper than Alligator, Cofambi Cb,Fla., Jaa,3d, 1832.
are anxious that; the force to be employed With great respect, Il' .ve the honor to. 64 Nassau Street, New To k, aUU&NII'IO, to any other port South having a number of vessels >

aty.rl. against the Indians shall be composed of be, your obedient scrran', where be will bare in readiness both for early uelJac..pareh&eent Leave POatka Thursday, at 7 o'clock A.M. coming oat in ballast ft.r Umber. This branchof TAX VOLLEtTORULE.. I
the largwt and choicest stftek of Leaves Pkolata Id the trade will be conducted by L M.I'OLSOM, Tirta. oftbo.powerested'jn me by (
but I of Con. S. R. MALLORY. BT
volunteer! act
Ide presume an. ;1 SPRING AND StMMER CLOTHING leaves BlMk Creek I" r M. an experienced person in the bus* A Professor law,I snail expos for tale before tae
ho.1ccL gtess would be necessary to legalize the Hon.A. H. II. STuAB'r, to be found in the United States. Importing his Leaves J'a.cUonrillelTida,,at 2 A 31. Folsout will keep on hand Piano Tortw, Violins Court Bouse- door at Alligator oa the first ''

employment of such troops and as even Secretary the Interior. Goods,togethw with hU perfect the The accommodations for Passengers are Guit mane and. Aecordoons musical iDftl'1lmfDtaol AA sod Isprepared'to quality furnish and Monday of May 1SJ3,'the following'described !

the surveying of the country would probably him the HOME facilities his unsurpassed by any boat ever placed on the description both for the.ld and every new notation together property,or so much thereof as Will p.y th* .
ny. greatest kDOWled&etor[ St.John's. Freight ami Pwsnpe low as by with instruction boob of all kinds. Orders State and County taxes, and the necessary expenses -
result i hostilities on the of TAMPA FLORIDA Dee. 22 1852.
part ,
ii ItoekAT THE LOWEST any other lice. Any further information can from the interior will be attended to promptly. dee thereon to wit; 120 acre of lit irate .
be. the Indians, I suggest the propriety of DEAR SIR: The schooner "LouisTift" and in the LATEST STYLES. (the be obtained by applying to either of the undersigned Alto-STOVES, of different lands. land near Columbia on the Suwaanee, belonging -

!! submitting the whole subject to Congresski arrived at this place yesterday, bringing above named firms and Southern Merchants in Agent Jacksonville.October 2. 18.sZ. tf to and assessed to D. E,Stone, for tie

jo.a. order that suitable provision be- made the intelligence that theIndians in council general would do well to examine our stock be5repurchasing. J W CILDWELL. Charleston.DELLECH year 1833. 1. x"1.,

by.law,for the accomplishment of the object have abrogated the right of Bbwlegs 2mo Jan 22 1SSE &. FINEOAN, Jacksonville Male Institute, j m 8 Tax assessor and Collector.Alligator .
New York Jan. 1st. 1853. Jacksonville Colombia Co F&L Jan. 3d
a. J-- REV. I. SWART, A. M., Principal. 1833.
" ia view., and suite to make a treaty for emigration B. B. REID, PiUtkit. -

a; Very respectfully, your ob't sm't. west; and are about to depose Bowlegs FOR ENTERPRISE.! Sert 18, 1852. tf Bates of Tuition. TAX CCKOALE. It
a- .. L. LEA, Commissioner. and place their affairs in the hands of AND INTERMEDIATE LAND GS.J&t Orthography, Reading. Defiling. Arithmetic and TJT Virtue of tb* power vested in m* by- .

-d 1 Uoa.JL IL II. STUART, his sister, who is the wife of the chief lNO The,Capt.steamer A. 8.SARAH Brass PALD.having ItIEiT "ir U m t: Er tJJIJIE. Geography.Penmanship Grammar per quarter,History of eleven, Composition weeks $, ,OO -t Court> Jaw House, I shall Alligafor expos*.for on the sale first before Monday the ,

. Secretary of the Interior. Assinwah. c') 'uel Bowman, an assistant been thoroughly orerhanled, will Elocution and Book Keeping do, 5,00 of May 1853; clio following described property i.

1.I. '"" of General Blake's, leaves here today .meherreguUr tnps between this tllaee and Higher branches of an English, Mathematical or so much thereof as will pay she State
.. Enterpnaaloanng JaoksonTUle, every Wednesday '. aid Scientific course, do. 6,00 and and the
Mnnorandm; of an betuxen. for Washington to report the entire County taxes necessary expenses
d agreement at 9 o clock A. Ms arriving at Palatka fame day, The Anaient Languages do 10,00 due .
to wit 64 3d tend
thereon : acre rate ,
failure the pacific policy of the learing Palatka Thursday at 81 o eloek, '
Luke Lra Commiuioner nf tdianAffair government every The French Language in classes. 5,00
r. in tbes.s Indians A.Jt.in eonneetion with the steamers Wb./ Gaston THE NEW AND REGULAR LINE OF braising and Perspective C 5,00 near Colombo, on the Snwsone, belonging
*, and Billy .Bvielegt, Nbkote r"gri1 o and Flortaat and arriving at Enterprise same day: Packets between New York Jacksoutille, and Painting in water colors 9,00 to and assessed to Paul McConnock:, for the 'J
,*. EiHurthJa, FotchatcJdfe Emartkla, and The spumtj ".f fr./nr.'r: pulatio3, I returning so U to eonneet with the! steamers Palatka composed by the New and fact sailing "oil .15.00 ye\r 1832. C, MICKLEB,
, incnnvenienw WVUka .d Carol jiafcr Savannah and Charleston.rfrrrM 8 'Tax Collector and .
tkieand head- aui fearful, wih l lcd t. muth a: jtn asaefsor. '
. .. Chocote-Tut'fnugyee Sehoontrt Profl C L DES ROCHERS inatnuts in French,
'r F or psnmre. apply on or
:; mm of'ths minute JnMa.ru in.Flari ana 1 se-in eu much tn hit de- lUSTlEE A PANOVi, Art's. Jar IIYWo. JOSEPHGRICE. 270 tons A. ROG"% Core'r Drawing and Painting. eolt." AllTgstor'ColembiaCo..Fls.Jan3t, i\ '

1I :: *. p-red.: This c. Jimunicatio&i' 'M"l'< you K. R DUKE*, Ageut Palatka. JERSEY OAK, 180 tons, J. S. Bonus, Coa'r Tax Collectors Sale :, :

The ana Indiata !hivingasite1 Wa.
:. .,' .r..l.tipnr.I Agent la New \orkr law,! shall expos for si!* he fare the
,.'..-. for the jHirposeof seeing.the Pres- MAGNOLIA HOUSE JOSEPH GRICE, Water-st rimE UNDERSIGNTD having leased the City Court Hon-e at Alligator on the first Hfoo lay
C-iaamuaerof Indian-Affair am, sir, very rop rtfully, U SAW 311 LL, ban formed a CopartnersbJit forth
of .
yours L..cksun11Ie Florida.I Agents in Jacksonville, of May 1312, the following descr'tccl poperty
,f from them whit IllOs. P. KEsNhDY.ilou. BI BEE & CASOVA. purpose or ao much thereof a will the beat.
undoMtaaJnj *
sai ; I I 4..J .I "! *''1 IBER, bas [just comd SA'w-x'Q'G' L::. par
ibe Seininab in Phril! were.reqaireJ too S. R.U lALLORY, d '> pte*'-) 'S. ;''T' Hoate, fitting i t up in the Agent in Palntka, for the Home Market under the style and title of and County Taxe and tb* necessary expense
.. R E DUKE due thereon ta wit 40
in to their'.removal west and U. d. Senate,,Waahingt no-tcomfoi** 'es:Tie, and will 11M'ery exer. CLARK BUTLER. JOHN CLARK. : acres, 3d rate land
.". regard 'Urn '0 p'f'IIr t 5t: that may favor bin with their Attgoods- directed to their CARE will be 3110.G.BUTLER. known a* the Alexander old place, belonging
beiuj now iu'i a"fie-i. fromwhat, the Pros: r pai'onagePa PROMrWLY FORW ARDEIJ. .to and assessed to Joel Pope, forth year lS,l. '

dent and Commissioner have said to.thTi EXECUTIVE DEPAMMXNT, Fi.Tallauissee ) ,uii'hr attaa'ii'i paid to.laraliis.A. September 4, 18 2. tf. [Republican copy. solicit[T7 The above PATRONAGE subscribers of would the Pnbkj renpectiully!! ,.cn jan 8 L.K.MICKLERV .". .
CDY the .
." "; that,they and all, the Seminoles in Floridaare January 12, 1853. Corns Oeoan and Monroe-streets. ss they have entered Into tee bus:ness. rot. rae express Taxassessor and Collector.
SIlL Hating received the enclosed ; JA.cx.sON.\U : Alligator,Columbia Co., Fb.; Jan. 3d, 1833.
d.' : of
.under obligations) to- remove, .rae'lOn\'m.. NltY. 2n. 1852 purpose ..
hereby agree to use all their influence for 'conuaunuutioo from General Blake, the Oood Stabli ig for HQfqLCIS30LUT10N t I &t FEMALE riVSTITITTE. 8VWINGLBMBTRj: FOR': JACKSONVILLE-, TAX-CO3XCTOIILr. -_n- I

tbeppo.e.or getting their people to eafj special'agent of the:Uutcd.State for the -AND VICINITY.- BY'Virtu. of,tit power vested in me by

at'the earliest pwibfo day.The'ia3dfaea'CoounuionEr removal 1 of, the Indian from Florida, and I They will also have a' Grist Mill attached the } expos fur sale before the
:: _j l' grate. 'u storee.t4l a number of letters from. intelligent per- trnilE U the Co nnd pa-tner r9: .h'p! under heretofore the firm exls the P1..AMV MACllf\LS of Isaac Brown ofBaltiiaors.whick of May 1833 the described
said that' tho Indians shall be sons residing on the frontier, informing.me LEWIS, !s diM .Ived! t>y mutual jons.nt. All will be in few property
in operation a days.
agrees > cnn much thereof as will the State and
the debts of the U'ettrn wilt e paid' Wra. D Eflbanke pay : .
comfortably transported to their country that serious danger apprehended by firm will and which i Is entirely novel in this part of tb*eoon- County Taxes, and the
all ofmoieydue.4iid necessary
.u via nun expenses:
u people from Indian violence, I have considered authorised settle and SWART AND 'MR*. M..MARLOW, try-andone of the firm being an old and experienced 'du* thereon to wit '160 ,
e''I *''\ ". vest of the Mississippi anl fthat for all be paid t* hm. ;.o being I to MISS P. hand wittt all the above marhinory.and both : acres of 2nd rate
it tobc duty t'J ttureiee the receipt for the same. W..D. EUBANX Astenate Principal belonging to and assessed to Bryant Burnett,.
;** c the stock,and other, property they. may my of them being well aoqueintod with the wants of
11 : discretion con&ied tollW.If'l an act of the Jan 21-6U JOhN |ph. LE'\fIS. FOURTH TEAR of this In titntion will the City in their line they will endeavor too give fcrtne year. 1852. L. X., JIlCKLEA,
shair be THE
have in Florida tho owners paid of.tins State of tho Fort larrer. n..laD. 21, IBM.I on tho 20th of September inst.- general sabifact oa, to all who. will favor them jan 8 Tax assessor and Collector.

;,::J:_ reasonable price.. After their removal, General ,Assembly. > Tbe'cl.-c. will be arranged so as to embrace the with tberoriers Alligator; Colnmbia! Co. FII.Jan. 3d, 1833..
.jthe-goveanment.will, by treaty or others 20th January, 1851, to call out, for the CHEAP STORED/. different ages-and capacities of the pnpiln. and thus August* 1852. li-tf .,
: protection of the frontier t't lem ntA" wiJersirned bavin*Uken the NEW STORE progressively promote their'.Intel tectual improvement TAX COLLECTORS.,SALE.BT .
be .
wise adopt I1J lineasures as may necessary THE and also Issnre to them thorough instruction '
invites the icxs
J. HOLM respectfully
when! deemed jnecessary, a reg1ment.ot by and SPienee. WATCHES ..JEWELRYC ETC Vino* of the "wtr.uard'fa me by
for their the Tanoosdepartmentsofhteratnre
and proper protection attention of. tb* p bll.to his well leeiod stock of in Jaw shall
'yolunte hare ; win be continued by expos far sale before tb*.
mounted r. Acoordingly and trade, Mathematical Instruct .
both for
and Their removal is to be conf Goods adapta4 Covntnr City
', support prdered!tc-th* (fron ur.regiment of "Ql-! havers would\ do well to call and en unine his stock the former Teacher. .. C. D...OAK, Court Hone,at Alligator oa tb*first Monday
"i *ducted by-General Blake, or inch'other' befur .sewbere., Corslstmf of the The French and Drawing Department will be of May,1833.' tbe fQUowin*d enbd prop.
,onteers ::.ami I hit*appointed Major Gf u. purohawns tinder the direction of PeeL Dee Rockers.Musiotl AVING iart returnad-from the North, would erty or so much thereof .
,, agent as'the government may :appoint ; following assortment of staple add Fancy Drj the .H rtwptetfaHy infornvth pGhUe that b* ha* a*will pay the Ktat*
: of the rirb! to Pi1'ot'&ht. .
colonel Instn. tw given
Hopkins to. bfr Hardsrar and Cutlery, Boots and Shoes, county taxes and the
-A0!Jh'f chiefs and* headmeni who algasmenithCalljfrotuise i Benjamin !MW ? i until the authorities then- Hat and Caps Musical ftiatrumertta, Perfainery, Institution by any due thereon,to wjf:)640 acres. 34 rats land, .
.1T.* T this to give regiment Braahe Science in Jacksonville; the Principals leaving It. GOLD ANDSILVER..WATCRESPINE "
> }rancy Soaps Combs and and a general| near Roe key Creek,belonging t.and assessed!
'; t',1i'the'said ageui all th ,assistance i in" theiimoultaJItbe'iu cral government shall, take action upon aSMrimentof Toys and FanevA .Also, a optional with the parents and guardians to deid GOLD JEWELRY, of'*rry description..: to Thadeu.,ILnen.foe.ti*year 1843.jo ,
a; ., Bro ..., Wood ,) Tot ODe quarter ef I : -
this.so4>i ot. t \/ .' large stock of elegant Saddles TCEXS, (payMiiaJve Gold and silver t L.STICKLER
i 'ii ti4t the -
% '
poier be selwt steak .f fin* *lvnwekst ,
and Crockery Wa a ;: -
,.,'1 "'-rf,Suns Florida may:br. effected.with the' 'Ie'.tbebonoi te.bej.! neglectfully.,. OrocerUs and Proviswnr. II.J W; CLARK. Orthography,. Reading. Writing and ArltbmVS -. GUARD VEST.and Silvaf AND Fon.ctu.IGold >S, .. : Tax asor and Collector -

***.**" .feast powlbte delaySigned ," :. your obedient mnt, Dor i : < I Baj Street ,. ... .. t4 S 00 00 WAREf aca M Spectacles.SILVER Spoons of all kinds : '4llPt41COIhiOPhJas2J. 1833.. .
.ndflisteey. -
7 r; ._ :4'.Jtt' 7n031AScBRQW -' Grammar Geography Batter Kiirea Ac.. Gold and Silver PENCILS-, -
at the city of WasUiogJonjLthis J : : NOxCE..t941UR.TY Mathematicr the higher branches of : ROW!BOARBIXG, BOUSE.andoomfbtUr '
to : -EDO.A;H. ILSroutT, Elteratur C 041Tbi : -PENS :
English GOLD
""vC 20th day f'September,:1852. datil wjll hit n.&ttBSat Ie
; 4 TitJr.tk : Days after niplf.to French Languag*,in claass., 699 pr.pusod.t. aoeoao,,. ,
1" ;
.. -LI ."J! JIfa" 1r r" f ; 't I Olw 'It* JL\U mor,be! Jodg *f the CikpaiV Lionel of Drawing and Painting.' d*. .* ft,W Kaivw Bas" 8e1aora. Sheern.tc A idl4' -I date a ftw BOARD"-" naideuee I ..
*i t" ,.,{..- ('Js.2ira' .,,. .ib ,B siew CMrcall, of t1i* BUte'or Florida, Mane,Jtn*..!B\o.$1J fer 1& J.I lassonav,- lot or ol'LADIES' PANS ComM'Bras***, *t* the IeIIWSSt.en JUt of tho-T6wn tJae 1oaISoIa. .: :
JJtJM4r-JIIJ.Y :HYUJJo ;: ...& rf4 ..._EzcnLLD! SI;'regret,, (zc toni Js <'o'.elltheland'belongJMUtte Estate .Aa additional charge of'M cents f fuel..' win ,P B.RFUI: BUY ke at whieJa III bon 0 l7.ozaW.. to C

.to, re ..)OjhMAUTULA. .h" .rL ,.,. pe'Se l n 1 relbM to'complyvto .f'Wi H.:.slaUI.-late of .eou"&ldHUIttJ lObe mad to each patron Cot on*qu..urmg ben neer ly finl mits b*UJooaa* oL wq Tb: *, HosWbas air .
.. ,. C10AB CASR&I'OKTZ MONNAJESf pIutarecI.u4 : '
IOJCfMr.cUJ.KE.gAgTHLAhstmsr .: -*The ;, TIOh14t SI. &gVATTAduIstralerbj'. liet.r---; '. Sep& 1. IWi lla
OODImodiou.hnitue .
with d eir.p } and other.artJel. to.allDl.rou toiaenttoa.OT'Tb Ii. aad UM ,
Jil. u ._ : .
EoHQuoTUTENUGaE ,, : '. water width Ie u .
Important is
.? art Invited to ealU 3 Uo tb*
iuteD&1 toiay.bers. rSr.DxJ'tmDI.'t'OB .. *publie ; ? TV7'bell
wfli5v.a 4 UI tJi" -Jkn 14, iJ 'f Atty. and I6a sp.seao peIu ta reader
jr..I.1." "_."v, bt. ,"PI Jr. )J ,i1 burepth.act&.to< the: epsrt. BALE:*\ltBirS OFfTCS..Bias* WATCHES AND:JEW:: ELK Y- .all rwpec\l .' 45TOShietathOeewbs-7.,. i' a'

,'.t'W' l'tfWii j meat in Washington rccomaeni that ,4 .. JDJr: .. : JL Oe4s wRIt the conveyance of LOt&IIeItsII, repaIred at abort .tlo%jaA wanaaUd.5ek : :" : ., w I"helt I& -

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kDLXSflED'ZVrATEDAYj. -ATJackMnvtn ,. WOULD respeetfiilly lafom \"enstomers r1l f 'c .Il ,,.. wMBK"fl : 1 ,: "lOr CUT t1BmT,i .*J'Inr "
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the.btio genemfl-'thatbeW7ALL 4i
*,D va Casitr'rirUa; kr' A .5 .1lcu4 f".z
STOCK OF GOODS JiaY8"&rr.nd. and are now { 4z'oJc: ') '112''L W,' -t'4 111ff. MHH s> /; tfj .fa3 ; J
GEORGE C.f POWERS & 'CO: rtady to tbeJnrpoaUoa'those wishing to porohaM ..laasical. aa i 'En t Institute PAJATUe P. 7., ':j Ut."I oj fern?* _C jplf4li:1 7.idllJ"AeiJ' J
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O*.a 'riielei .t'Lm'Prices. d CKS6 'rh 1 : lj r et.icifcf-1 .It
; EsateriiNCireniWBnijiesiiB&ustodto'iheirl ? ,
** '. aotclB-he; v ni
wrajreJ t W ; Ip56ii:; ill rAi SUtt ..ht
'EDITED.mt cmmix* ,
nOde 1A
'Their oneutsia part, of Dry Goods, ot U1 rexirmb j e iUy- 1 -
most every onaJity and name, from silks to Veneye ''N. Ti B.ROWB. IthITCJP4Lt4.l. : : i tended to. --' *--Fefc:1,52.-tr M sstp,, .s\iitiit\ Nrwl1f."K W rrO24LIfD.., ; ;PfTL'AN1AsZ
: d-r JfcZ&r jSr ** **,In advaac* fresh family Groceries JIwware'I'hI.&r8W oOd. < ,,- ,j tl.tJ ; S oC dattp.eprr.u. flJmJnrri.T .lL TJtHnf rl a'to. ssianetdfti ,
; em ware Boots, and Shoes hate and Cap .of the E tr b ri r r 'Ch tm1 i : 'If. ", B..w.'r Pearsal : wJD !tit '
K* pcpor,jC6iitlntt a tma 'an'amarage'*.4r* latest styles. Ladies' Bonnet and nriecr.otMl'tieeable T-. InteacnfmCfhaVooaebad'ed to eskiblbh ; p ...h ,!" i vuiii ..JV t. ItiJi f .: tUJ. 1 .It 0G&a-ct. ... .,
a experience L Iat'Tb.
;14.'ulell t.t thi t.iOa r' .rawWaen.;' and fancy articles which cannot.(fail to his School hr thitplkce, and-r* 7 eetfdly. f.T.TQ .Nl1ir ; \ .1r iewuheaXf ate tlwHlj at/8ep&ea"o e..1traee the- WARDLAWlhWAllm !
HoHd'a and wIll .clasMS will be arranrtd-sodifferent se
::07" ABVTtkTttKKiJrrC.. *;Inserted. - especially invited to call. It will be his content ort to cultivate the : prac s i-the Easters and ages S. .1.J
I .Ditefmlf ; ALSO, '. friendship and esteem of htetar&3s f and instil the' Supreme Crt,the-State, and la the U8 promote their TattersSHuijrnov -
,,0a*DaUttf "T *w,'cf twelre Haw and under, A select assortment of Saddle Bridles.Maptin.. those principles which tend tb develop fa* human District Court< Northern iItric&of.' FJorida,;: a.nt,'end ate inntm to them tb.r

T$cwiti for MOb wbwq February 1, 1851-' : tt : la the.various partmefjtaofliUratara, 'p'r 1 cnABirrro.i. sv c.- v j. -n
lit th.I nt JMertion. and gails.Collars.A&4 Trunks.Carpet Bag Umbrellas. intellect and to refine the heart. *wfll b*entiattd ky, .
nt'Insertion.; To.yearly advertisers liberal sad all that is usually found In any' store in this Without being in the ,least sectarian the,Imstitut - 1 fbrmerTecbsr.1 _. t"P ji. ii r. w; Aot.;V : J-l .Jo'4li ,
'made. country the half of which would ba"too numerous will be conducted on religious irInoipeI.By .' ;: Cooper;&:Basiager, the lepartmeat wOTT r\r>* ,- pvg2t 3m4''ItNr'S ,
iiseoant will b* tomentton."' : ofre\.e1flIl1d examinations Th* krensb-and Drawinl .... ,'.
awed thorough lfI'Oo ATTORNEYS AT." } s *Boehem I ---- t v.i: -
An s&ierUaein.nthrnnbe. paid for before ""Their stock been of {Lbs hu suggested the under tb*direction of Prot DC ;
having selected '
JI7: by one which rpenence I '
t nsertion nnless by a regular utomer. By refer firm,and one well acquainted. with thi waDU ut Principal Batters Himself) thai,knowlcdg* ODOI acquired :sAn.Alc-oa ...fO 'MasScal Insrnretiott will be th tdnct.1tM Professors of Popil that* ; ::1. .,..niujflm in.-juwfUf.: : ;';;M III.

tint -our terms the requisite tarn ma1.be-aSter. the'people of tbi is section, they 0,11.b1- ,0.0. cannot ?> lost j : 'Witt practice in all thtConrtrfof the Eastern of this ftsUUtlom Jacksonville>r any the of 'leaving it ,- .: tutor and Coamittloi Xan&nt,* /-Jr
ia Principals
t talnei and transmitted with the advertisement.Cy. rr.C.4LL AND SEE.r1 _, Gre&inducements' areIcflcrod-In the way.of I* Circuit of Georgia. ; 'also] in. the.-. ,,-ajtern. ,Cir. ,: Science optional with the parrttr; and par Wdeeid*., .0TnIU'I wu.t.a;t .D'r.nf.,1Io CA&O'IJtA'I. I.t
being folly amured that none Win unsuited health and beauty of situation to parents wishing; otiitofXIoride '
not-marked withbe num.Wref 'go away Nome will the Readiajy TriJts (fayriUttMaJvniti*.);Foroirt q.art. vf ,.ussa,1: ri.fffl. .* ,. ,.
either as to the quality of the goods or th pri. to send their children from' u DO pains Office on. .the Bay over Republican' : "I "
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Insertions reqU1 i Win b..continue*nUl eea asked forthent.'NB.A1I -' > be spared in providing forttloiticomfort and en* .-... 'Room..' ? ., -- i : :leI..eaWMU; HOlt,; >" -' ----r.- --S

c\\ for klnds'of. Country Produce taken in 'j Cu A .! P.COOFER." Wx.0.-Bisisoza.. Orthography,,>RcadinsWrjtinf;,aad,ArithGraramarrGeograpbandnirtory -,' .* a H.jKOCKEHBAUGff' .It
; .
I forbid,$* Dollars'win 'be charged for'all. an- exchange for goods,at the highest market price Tbe'discipline will b* Inflexjbje J ,tk'otIgb mild and \Doel3- tt. -netlc-: .* 7*.99Mathetaatiei 00 1 QLX:!2AL COMMISSION ,ilF.ndi. 1
ttJFire I ; .,
Again, CALL AND SEE. We charge nothib- for prrmiasive. 1 -
I ftoanetmenU of candidates for office.;'advance. showing. our goods. The course of intrncfionilclndes all the branches i : .Felix Livingston and Ute higher branches of. .112 /Vlrf St.,{?, JR: < :
I '* of finished English education and : ., ,. English Literatnr 1 / .: : *. COXh toashi' ,
On*squaw fur si*months, ,: ,; J0.0' D.JTCUEN CO. a thorough attentton-.win b* given .J
tAT .LA Jr .
i'3 08ifosie CARII'CL
I Oct for colUbe .. French LanpaJa; classes,i
Legal or other B'ut1aClIc.ri' per an" : O.O, ) 18. 1& 1.. J c a.full, 11 wnrtJr A ItO I Rica. Sugar, Lumber; TImber aw
S7WD1ES.t '. Pnwigaitd PaanUngdo ,
t -* -- J ACKSONVILLK, FLA- other Southern Produce,* ..AtjIcrchansb'M .ra'
Notice to Debton and Creditors : .< tApplif NEW FA L'GOOOS JUST 'Orthograph,, Reading:. Pe maUlhip Pbono'rajhy -, from *10 to$14 for U lesson chased en most advantageous tonns.' .June 19-ly 3a

;on for Letters of Administration" I 00 : Orllmmar ienraphv; ncient and MO&Tn I April20----: S. it .___ 1LiA, addi&ionat' .of W.cents for fuel will

for dismissal as Administrator- RECEIVED. history; r.hotorie Book.eep 'g Composition and also be mad to each patron for'one hoarier during JOSEPHOEXERA& GII1CE; .. ,
Application "Vocal' IWlic iC'. -A.PRICE. i. : ,rr I.1SAL 5-- -S
benefit will he char- DecllLDlaUon; Botany; the .1 Isle, thlwnt! r.Sop' UGIII'I '
Editorial notices for private RE flat.CI'iber'would Icitve to inform the (0MMISST0MERCILtiT
brpj ,
T Vra.wi ATTORNEY'AND SOLICITOR.Falatka .' :a : r. c'
red double the rate of advertising.Q7 public that ho has jurt received a very largo -sCIENTli' c OURSL' 'rJ Iw 4TErS'J'.JNEV.fO K. V

_ Q7- religious otcci yin h Inserted grata. :'and fjilondid ortraenl of IntelK-ctua!, Moral, 'and % Philoiephy; Florida. ;' C1NTUAfi8TtGE Lll'E' !, QTRICT and prompt attentions riven( to Ae sale*

t us1j. DRY GOOpS, 11K.VDY: MADE Aflropomv; nemigtrjr; : Logic;Kit lf>cy.MATllElIATICAll USE.. Vni. !. attend the Courts of the Cerenit. FROM MCKSONVIUETO TALlAHASSEE.f O ,of all article of produce entrusted to> his care,' ,

admlesabfe personal communications witlb CO U I jan 1 3m and all order promptly complied with.. _
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CLOTIIIXG, HATS & CAPS, BOOTS Arithmetic: Algebra; Geom trt; Trigonometry; I t ,y' J,It W"JKL1'.: '. .,AprIl2J.19a2. 'A tt
charged as advertisements.C7 Snn-syinin Melioration'; Analytical Ucoiac-try \YIIOLF.SALE AI 1J UEI' 'T liE ..priolor..ki.
for Job Printing, mast be paid on < ia announcing to '
All bills AND SHOES Differential and Integral Calcnf IM.CLASSICAL ; pleasure ; C- '8. N. [
delivery of the wortrjy _______ _n C_ U1ZS.. TIN ?IAVVFACTOILT, the public that b'has just : Williams .! -1 i
the i
a rich assortment Mooslin deljninrs. American A sflsW placed the route a now C.11.1l1SSI0Y'IB1lCHANX'
Latin Greek German. : ,.
communications, : st.&nunnahG'a.fl1flEubee.ribonrnpectfullj .
and Jhtrnartl
Anietters on businew, Koplisih and French. both plain and figured fling. A rtrse of Lectures will b_ lelivere'l during 10911/-12 ant splendid POCK flORaL COACH and that a* L': "J"'c S j'iJi.b: ;
must be post pail to receive attention.AGEHTS ham,Calleoos,figured ana plnin"! Alnnc 1I1I itolmir .r I Chemistry;The '" # f' prepared to eoavey passenger throajrh in the ff
upon Philosophy anSttool
:- Lustres; Persian Cloths Enslish 'McrinoeK Panu 'they of inT t" the 'publiJ. shortest possible) time. U* has relays *f ttt* best KEEPS constantly oa baud and 0>r sale. a i..
matte Cloths; Bombazines; Brocade filks1'lain will be.fnnlisb"-} wit sa new net njwontlw ;iiu'pe tion of his stock of ** Honwa at diCawnt points so that no mor* time. ..is cralajsortment of '. .

: Chameleon do; wide Mark do; Florence;colored p.-ira.tusaiid wfll afford am"prnctic1ttfperarionof 'ppportunilil'lt (Finished, Plain and hpsnedT1n;' 'War., 1 ot than is necessary for their ehang J KOCH RIPS.'AN I), S,
Ac. A rich of Cnsliiuere': wit .ircicuce and the This Jacksonville J.J\UyI.P"P
Tallahassee Fla. satins very assortment t"E bpcc.1flg.t'1thlter : Stage leaves every Sunday and .
'jhj.lo. Br.Ax>, which he is constantly mnnfacteriitk.'Peron''t.fmIttnravanaals.wi1.dO.weU .z: :J ;cr f. qr I
all wool shawls plain printed and embrq4eri.4black .its law AM \. Wednesday afternoon. immediately after the arrival r 1'.
J. G. BEAB.IX: Esq O&ila, F1.-U silk m&D'/mnll Persian do: bIaek'an4.otorroi The AcadrmiVyeftr will be divulcil into (tonr to examiae mrtoolrrprevitm8 of th* steamers from Savannah and returns ia and" wilisell' th.mlower for raA"than they be
Fla silk hose Do gloves and tare mitts Paris to purchasing *l swber..- tim to connect with them their return ; hwhere in the ...- ,
English trip.-
; ;
DAi1t Esqi Tettpt, eleven feetka Strt'lcnt*
JOUH !, : qufirlers of eec may TtofSirig Tab:*5hower Bath! Dip Baths antI Coaatry prvJuc* taken la exchange, at liberal
kid glove, a largo assortment rich t\r&s triM- These steamers connect with others at ftavannah
Cen. S": Rl1slti.(, Newnnnsviile, Fiat ming; braids; lace ximps cords and rrinp'brl*, *uter after c'\Iml'n'ct"11c; t tlf'IIIII1 quarter. Fl inpe Baths. Cooking. I'arlor.nd Office Stove, for Charleston and New York; thai affording to prices j
and be charged only from th time or theIr adBoanl of various sizes and most approved patterns. STOKE of Union aad for
Oipt J.J. KXIGHT, Alligator, Fl*. blaok lace trimininpi, very wide: a beautiful of travetleretrom the North or others Tinting Tallaha corner Forsytk streets
Fin. ombroiderio; needle! worked collar; Do euflk mlSoo. : Hollow' ware of every description;Enamellec or the Interior towns of Florida a speedy misty owned and occupied by ),./as. Armstronc..
--- B. FaisBr, Esq, Carey'i Ferry, band*;chemcscttes underslceves, and L C hand T.ER'I$: and Tinned Sance Pans;Preserving Pann Revolv transit. A coach connect with,this Un to and 'Jack oariJI.. Oc:! iLu." ly

I Qto. CUTER, Esq Augustine, Fla.JudzaASTSrCE kcrcbiefs; nee worked edginjrn and.i08ertngo and Tuition includint Ii, ht., flul tog and other Waffle Irons. "., Ae. f,Cutlery and from'th*''White Sulphur ,Spttnn. in Hamilton ,

: ; Cedar Keys-,Fla. linen and thread do; German and 'Valencinc dot and wwhltic, T,T cason of 5 J *il:0 ont ) CriUnnU; Metal Ware Force Pumps Well Pumps; county.. FERNANDEZ.. lSBEE A CO: W5DL Lawton k. CoFACTORS ," .I!
worked embroidered. skirts do window '. C 00 liter I'amr.f ell Wheels; Dram; and PewterFaac4 '
flonncings ; German or June 2 6m: Agents for JackSonvlU.
ft. Gusset, Esq. Pilatka fla. drapery Ac: a very 2U]erior and rich stylo nf silk (Payable quarterly in dvancc.) t;; Conplin, Valves, Ac. 4e. Copper :ixb ]hd5SI 'f "ERC1 A ',

J ACUOII PKIMT, Esq., Fleroinstcn, Fla. and velvet bonnets! do straw: rich bonnet rilibocs t FOR IMY STl'UKKnplLh c*. work'tenmrand executed Wnt with"r dispatch.Pipe and. all other copper. NEW STAGE. LIME. N. 13 S4 Ae,(mllr/ t1Iestie, 80.q..
and neck do, very wide, plain and CjtureJ; buskin Studies and Matheraaiii *10 0(1( .
C. P. Coot:a :*<:: SiTantiah, Gar ?,bottecs, clipper, tics and Jenny 1/ind.boots; I I I luclnilirg the Scientific Course, 1200 Aljo on sale, IM.LAWTOXWM.. MJ TATIXOK,

-- ---- gents'rely fine boots; do gaiters anrl shoes: ready) f ** Latin and Greek, IS 00 IL YER'S MINERAL PAINTS ; TiiFNtOI'RIEtOnS"1ti11. R.. W.i:wamHT BACOT, 'Jossm T.Du..

"' J1 made clothing of every dc. riJ.titmand uslily.: French 6 00 iron Cdich; I. 6 "
: b t NewJ 4 German or extra m ,- a Passenger, The suVcrihvr would say that be ha* engftged an II Payable'l.u&tterly.lo Jrn t,. .) re and weatherproof colors onfbdincr rests > tiuntmer season between '

JOB PRINTING OFFICE. aecoml,1 1hcd.Tailor to do custom work CfotLa which will A liberal deduction will 1 t ado for,1I1.n.] in pound. JOhN J. MAURICE. 'the Upper"Whit* Snlpiior tlprfngisntiAllizator Loud & ;Ca, -
be done with elegance. and taste. f* siraerei '
-. and n"Unitl kept .to writ Utomcn.! Plan the Primary stodie Jlr. Uro"n I is aloe able to PMannah. .fatt, 1832. ly on Mondayn, and Ur.j-er'WLite.Sulphur' ,nd FACTORS AND; CciiflhI.S'I9Y

--' ten, who wish to famish their negroes with shoes t secure the settlers of a Ino.t soauist nor German Pi- D. M'CUENJOCO.. Lower Mineral Spring 00 Thursdays: connecting k J1 EllCllA 'TS
llu-re sufficient nenurseement to
Kbonld bo
received from New York a supply of or clothing,can beuppliedwith largo-mtsntiticnat ; with the ratil stage from, TnllnhnMee: on
nun !
oinploy him. .tddre-it, r. F. BKOWX. Next door to Fernandez Biste'e 1 Co.;Cay strcuJajksoDTille NO. 118, BAY, STREET.
and"other materials suitable for Job Printing very low prices. The public are invited to call. and ,11 TnunKliy,anti mail stage from !>>nvilleon
fypc examine and for thenwrlve R.r..J'"Itl' "--aiIlon Thu, SAV.NNI1GEJRUI. .
goods prices Moudayn. This line will afford ct.mforli.HU .
.i'are now prepared to execato at the shortest no- L B AMERMAN.Jacksonviife WIUar.1 U.1.ReY RWChambeni. koor.ReTCorr TILL Ian'd'eral assortment 01 "' 5-
keep on antI with -
tiavr the
acce d to
: no night
&.:,:._,_-._\u\ fcindf__,__of nra.1tleb.* ; Oct 11, l8. e 1liller:1Jra1ldrwine'illft, Capt 11 U Koncs.,Wil Del. legion flee T:Bradford Hul.. Dr, O 1 ry Good, (Orocerte Provisions, Hardware. Mineral easy Prrinr ,on the bowannrr, for ,all persons $In.t mttontion will be siren tn the sil* of Cot.
ClrcnlarH ', Cutlery 'lory.! Sc, to which they invite th at. other liberal advances mode
; or produce/and
La. BlanksButneM < Bills, Plantation and 1IiI1.siIti for sale I I DoveK Dels licvJ' r. Rn- k wrn.! r.rooU'D, NYrI tention of their friends and the public tlcrdl.- seeking health and as.uscuie at the a- when der" '

"- ,,. (Cards 811... BilLs, 1 WILL DISPOSE OF, at private % j I{ lion J 01i.haiL| Pr A K Dodd Mcdfurd ; T_ :Anything venally kept in the store of the town, bote watering places. Jon.W C Loco. P II Lot*.

.Vh\tllt'l Cards 'Bills .1 LadlD Ate.or :, .1i:: salemyl'lnntatiunontbe St.Juhu's.L.. -I j Mangfifld/Wi'.rainRtnn 7WW*-TI>eo Hyatt.; Delj Rev L Tn Ba .rtuWIndofer.Cane Rev Z A. can always be had at their store. Call and exam D ,J & J W SHEFFIELD jaa, l&2. ; .lyE
kc. inc. Proprietors.
june e
Ejabelsr riter, at the mouth Juliugton creek, iiteen EM Moorn. ? ah.Ua.
\ .
ai 'jjttker
All lJilUfor Won/ cf tAiIUl,So hpaitl"71Ii. miles above Jacksonville. The tituation i is I i January. 18 : Iv White Spring, Fin,April 1753-Tly .1V. ; :

.,,. Jtnu 1-1. known to be the most beautiful on I1le'I Yt'r. i I JUST RECEIVER SHIP BaOKER AND NKRAL COMMIT
Charleston and Florida Line.
and is remarkable for its salubrity not n aLe AT THE CHEAP CASH STORE OF SION MERCHANT.T

: -New Gaods !I. New Goods t of fever having occur there for m:ay years. MECHANCS! MANUFACTJUREBS AND H. T. TITUS. TIlE SPLENDID NEW PACKET STEAMER: ;sis V.NNAI1 GA ; ,
The Is and cOlllrorl\ I.ftn.1
,. -.\.t Wholesale and Beta! .. cilculatcd dwelling for the spnii'utu accommodation of a largeamily. INVENTORS. ;() 1IALF.BARBELS bert Genewe Plo FLORIDA' March ti5, Ih2. ly

direct from Sew York, aL.vgr. ..J 30 t.U Hard Bread, Boston Crackers .- -- -
-. 1GST-RCElVED Assortment, of Fnshionable Spring The land (bout400 acres) is of gool Tire Eichtb Volume .f II.AMEKU"N 1.SCIENTIFIC Bojl s' I1LOGINS-tln. and eoaf'llJ.AlIrr .' CHARLES WILLICOlnu, DEa Boston & Gnnby -
J quality and well adapted to the cahivation i of .*' 14 ,
onth ttb of COXUSESS running regularly on
British and American eouiiaCTCt-s Septdiiu G.\ITEltS-supcrior quI
,of French
Dress Goods in cotton and corn, and about fifty acres euired I ter. It is prinriinlly| dcvote-1 u the jiffasiuii iy. LadliV: Linen Gaiters, 44. the LiD between Charleston sn-I i COTTOX FACTORS AND CC.VF.'RAL.J

)[anufactur;comprilling par&o'reach American do. for sugar tine. There is an admirable MIC for of useful p'ractc.-i"i! ; knowle-1 to11.1, is rniiatnt- A large ortmnt of the St.John's river.Tbefwlloninc COMIISSIOtf MERCHANTS, \
oil cord Ginghama,
3 -P'reneh Eaglbh and American Prints, a steam saw-mill at the mouth of the creek,am] I I calcnldtPil to advince tile rv it int T) il I. of C1IOICK: FAMILY GKUCKUIEa') $. schedule b4' been a.lopie CORSCX BAT A SB jirrresoi s-ntcrra

,' t Chintz, Fig'd and PI.in Lawns it Cleatbud\4utnte being'in the cent reof IJut r -3If.tltanicaJ, .1t'itUfUCfUritZ. nn>l AZcr. Also! a large assortment of which Bbows the hours of arilv,band depar. \- GA'

4. rcfaUnre Muslins a section of country finelj wooJcJ with y<\ gi uYithratthe ynins and m I u .\i'irit of the OPERIUU: WINKS AND 15UANDIE3, tures fiom tlie vnrioits jorix: 05 BC1TO'f. .Jfn" JL cc .r-

and Plain and Swiss Mns- low pine. There i is! a flowUhing ,orange grove nation. vinjagc cf'28, in bottfcu. together with a new supply Leaves Charleston Tup.liy.at 3 o'elock.r-. Nov. I.IUt! emDollner
Do.Jackonets Fig'd on the premises, which formerly produced tn It is umivalledns'a iorrnslfthe .Vrti: r.r.cJd'nCtPt uf Furniture Hardware Crockery, GlaM Leaves Jackmnvillo Wednesday, at 3 -
line, income of a thousand dollars and will ware. Ae.-the heart ever offered here, which will! Leaves Pfcolata Wednesday at t MEKTfC.tlNO -
.- Cambrics an 1 J Jackwnels plain and checked, shortly do so again. ja ,
Tisjue rich home ana abroad.The .
Silk pat-
Fig'd Beragea very Lrifty_Anl'hc lllh1 nppenmcce of the trees"he GENERAL COMMISSION JiEi.CHANTS,
Leaves PHalka
l'ubI,hfr5.r.1t"Jgr titni! flint tie Thursday, at 7 o'clock, A.M.
tens Post Office at .Madndarin.'ij within IKO 1AA LB- lTASll-JI& rec'iveJ an'} Lereel'icvlals 10 \'t4 Fr.,.t ttrrrt career JlaUen airs
WIle Black Silky very cheap ; Marielinsand : future Yol'JmC'llfiha11 at lI'lttt: ( ual if not tin.p L.nu.II : .
mile: aol the steamers and the 1UU forsal.by J.\LPAYNE. leaves black Creek"
I" .
reJlIISS r 11
Silk of etrry color their J'r..lrc".orll. AmI' the! MiljreisvArclillcrtnrt : YORK'fILI.
Florence house in their ; paM ( 10 Leaves JaeksonvUle 3 NEW ",
; and'embroidered, rejrul.ir trips to nn-1 Jrc'in Ssvann ; Column are 'hit J- rii etjftailrwdj iilll f1 i Druggist Friday at A >u
Crape Shawls, plain .h. Those wisLinto purchase Ibis 1'1"0PC'rt1. i _'__ The accommo 1 luil !
and colorM Lace Bridges tgticii1.r: Kriitnts.
Paris Kid GlovesBlack rn.iyciill on or 'address" by letter, the : ( .rOscar unsurpassed by any boat ever plucr.i on the tb*:> care., Partiealar altvntinn r'ven totI .
.-. Hits. subscriber, ct J.icksonviHo, K. Florid.*. M.iunfartiin;' Metal 1., Fibre! s on.1 T's'i'e.' : Hart, JohnV Freight awl! I'assiie "s low a* bv >. sate Cottnn, I.",". Timber and Tarfen- -
D.81li.nl Lisle Gloves, E h"hnld, Machinery fJr 'Jie | urf' se, Chrm tine: act! to the purchase of rooJs.Pr7Liberat .
CIIAULE3 DYIl E. ..r TOIl .V E Y-:A,T LA If, any other lite. Any further information cmt

: Jenny Lind Polka Gaiters, Jactsonviile March 10.16o2. ical Processes.DisillinzColoiiami in.*,&c. Sll: m. (.UBice in the t'uurt House.. UP. .tair.lWILL be t obtained bv ar --- -
Bronxe-tipped Booteee.Operll Gaiters, '.Ini Euizin.a. Boiler*nut F rn..1c"%.Math ; 1&02.: I.e
: : aerer.ilCotantkOt ITuttent .
in the
Ties Bnsklns Slippers,&e. einr.iic.tl, PhilotCvhten! | and ( nticul msliunietfi prflctice
otjnx1e I JV C\Lt WELL. Charleston.UELLECHASSE "
S The most approved style,of Spring Bonnets, NOTICE !". t'ar, Carriiift1X'jtrr4Vlireli! ". Wind E:1 tern Circuit of Florida and at Charles E. Dunn: .
end U. &. FINEOAN
to the collection nf claims the ,
Do. Children's hate Silk Bonnets richly. *nlerslgne'l t'trrn fur Ml eighty ("0)) and Grinding Miils'l'owfrcriiWinpMicbines) Dgaintit JacksonvilleTi SURVEYOR TIXBEX flA 'c-

-4 : trimmed and of the latest fashion T acres of land, on which there is a"valuable: To-jls fir L Bannet Ribbons.GtllllnMa' 1'neral Arm. FJcclricirv. T,1r-|ltlS SnrgicilInytrnntenti1 or other property lot ordcttroycd by tro>>psin *1. : ounty
French I'loweriiich Sprin, eituated nine ((9)) luiliawe said cvrvice, 19. 1832. tf having been qaaiSd a*such ffn his. serve
: Wear. t of Ocala in Marion county FlcriJa. &'. Lrvidrii CUin)3uf: till the Pa eos to the pablie ia that capacity. '

Boots- Gitersn.l Shoes :The properties of the mineral,'as far as wean tent!?,lleview-i. Notices of new lnvcutioi'91, .\. AlsoeMmsT PenJioltlordiM.'Lbled oMier, This Jacksonville Fb T. IKZT, It ,
Ready made Clothing,a splendid assortment, determine, without anaualysisare timii.tr meric nun }' rt-izn. The wm II.i.< in form for ,or the Wi bws find Orphans dtel'.ltI"IS,Jierl. .5 Side Dp; with. Care, -

.. onw.Tery ftne; those possessed by the Suwiiunrt aprinps. luiidinp,cont.iiiB slilf'71I1re EHgrtnin. ; 'Also, clilrrs for Bounty Lund to ofilcvrs end David. II. Gall ,va7.& Co.,

Country merchants supplied for cash, ont The Spring is in an.eligible' situation at over fonrhurnlred psgesof priuit'1 I mLfI.rlIn.1 oWiers, cud the Uivlows and Url.t1l1U. of deed IL -;;81 '01 LnDD1tt S.trAiXAI, GAFriction ,

.rms equal to New Fork prices. ,The country orae distance from any water course,' conseiiefitly a copioui Index. Nearly-all tM vilnaU Pa. Officer and solJiers. Og3S: N30HV I L1ur.utT..alt.s isi DFL'i l"

___ __ public are solicited to call and examine G aods not liable i to the-aaroe cuun1til' ih'uwatiuee lotus which issue weekly from !J.e Patent Of. Also, will give Inattention to conveyancingo .Q:7.lNYN 1Y tt 8.J1.TtllfJN'Y7- Matches. In rMYI' wood beam,' Marking

and prices. and moat others in Florida, subttrancan tic, tare illnstMttd ,jih Es: (tr.e jijr iniiscolunin examining Titleand Itecorde,aiid IUosert..ini jo alas qi .loj jtuJ van'r'J.80ui n'r Ink. Black Writing Ink. aadmar

"-( -.tt t e Brick" Cuh Storf' : being expoiied at tLU puialin conseueuce : thus i-raising the |1'1I1''r" rr feet Median i ng t't..imlJ to L'I.1. 'e WUI 17 Oilt'ut.Elacklng.. ly
I. B. ,%3IEflMAN. orthe earth's having caved ; easy
Jactseatille, March 27th. .and is capiple of being uiaJea very plea reference. I prompt attention; IIn.Iall, instruments uf wriioc "3.t .1l3HIrl.L "NOL.LOJ'XOIIJtUI3cl.1t3' R. W. BIGGS

ant watering pl ce._ Addrets at Madison, Fk Valuable 1'rcmiurns nre cfFfrwi for the Largest .il1 tJii executed b, him with ltllfiIllDd ?,. .?? .ta.100Ud.IoJ aLACKSXira AND XACfffXlST

I; :,: .. GEO, H. SMITH & CO., DAVID LwWHITE, Jr.or Lit of 'lltticriNrl'tn! Ihw 'olume.. It is cspatch. prd *q m* saojjd.' rooD.palD. '
w.eklv.hy MUNN & CO.. at their JacsksonvilleJtn.23, 1651. tf S .. J'CKIIJ-.YU, FL .
: UCTIONEE1l1NOIAn CO.UMISSION. at Jacksonville ;; McllOUY., Jr. published 00041 STIt aplood Aunoa .1It zeiqeu.tnj! iqj dm0.1I.1J ..,. ,A.

: {ERC24NT Aug.Vg. 1S52. Patent Agfitcy Off, 12S Fulton ijtret-t. New It ECEIVED: larg atfd elegant lot of }*ITI Jlasm'I[ ursD eq 'no jvai )aj..cip! *ri constantly on hand
Yoik. ," JUsT 10 oJpoiloll' si ntea .-. is.1 i slargeasinetnientof
JACKSONVILLE1; : FLAX; ,' soisd ou pjds "U.q! "
; t-boaMcrs, Sides LnnJ-uml ,
J. IIOGAKTIZ, TERMS. i many puv'iJ1o.td 0'11 JO suv. el1 'I1.Jl! l'I peusnb.r'uofls.uostv .5' 5 T aoronr laos FLOCOH,
; other aeceasaryort teles for family use. nod for .>. oaiidzsaaud S '.f hi*own manntaetar,of*vrv .
52 I tl pus molJ JBUII
rtittE $t7B-CRIBERSba'e. entered into M- Tin."Sheet lroHt'Ctf>pert Lead and Zinc lorler ; I'ec-ry, oneyc.r cop; mo SIs ajileby: (jyij} H.T.TITUS.. Aib|)e'TzayL'vHau3Ic kind, together with CV"Jef

\s.partnershlptorthepurposeofearryiniconthemftoT AiWAV5lYADVCC5rortitiGnto .ee4.. Wrong-At 1.. Chaise
bnamew and are prepared to make sales 'JAcluionlLLE, Ft.oei. aNY a&vAiJo all sites lion Shoos and
C : eahet 4Ia ,onsgnment or' at auction, (one of the /"EEPS eonstsntlr on hand a good aortment SI lOropi 12 ano $1.1 S ". Thonbgcrther is now Opening, epmn n. ijjij! sAMuiaui| Ajddns an A"qj aaoqk varoun other articles in-Lis.line., ,Also I ,
Htm being an auctioneer.)1") Both of the firm are IV of TIN WARE, of his own manufacture )10 do do $3 15 d 1 do $22n sA A.GENERAL anortroent of Urr foods Ura.rV. 'VOl. ioidwoo *!iq 01 'ArpuaoaS ftiiqnda

will acquainted with the merchants and eitizenrof which'be offers on as favorable terms as tau bn' 20 d lo do ?23. ., Tlf ,, liruj ,Talnft. Oils, kc. -among OIUJO uOhluSfiI ell un iinjid.ia.i 1'I.1011.\ .UYM9ER-iART. ANII-WHEEL.q,

the interior, which gives them tn**advantage ef nrobved at eey-c.tahIiehment of the kind,North Southern ned "tern'loneY! ,1 P.-ft Of. which may be.nnll1eratc.l. in pyt0nabnrgai .1 a 'a'I'iLXOSNVf all. shot, kept mnstanUy on hud. ar mad to

making ready sales of any goods or merchandue "r Foutb. II*is also prepared to execute at short One Stamps hbo for subscript!' ns. Letters <' Calicoes Ac.. Blanket I 'flrd.r. at sh jrt notiea.prepar.1 .

a. which may M rent U them on consignment. I notice, and ia workmanlike manner,.any article oi should he poet "iM. Neprrq Flannel Cloths: Ginghams and Muslins. 'AMVHOILIII tmtS lInmf nxv xoiioiivTHE S' n. isall- to execute with dispatch
attention to nuking good Fheetirp. Shirting.
will give IlYJ'U P"
md They immediate They would rwpoetfally *olieil SHUT ISOX.COrrEE, LEAD OB 2ISC.Hi August, 15:2. ,LwensrSatineu, 4e., Cambrics.JackoneU eosetoq"riuou5rc liD,work which may b* required at prk a which
a .U 'r tannot tail toat! al!. H* would only say to the
tradesmen of Swiss aad Dotted Matins
; from merchants. and -- "
patronage mott is njes'and .
'qniqk small profits. and -- Mblie.:"encoersge ham in who wish to netl < in oar market. !, 'Hosiery lIao brehlefi. Ac.
otnercitief, gooU be relics on the public,to sustain him in his efforts. BUFFINGTON HOUSE purchased from him. or made at his establish
...,. Any )bosinetila, their line. will-"pronely aUtCBddt0' "SrO\'ES.oCau kinds,' always on band. Orders JACKSONVILLE 'EAST 1LOKIDA, OROCERIIS.We are also such receiving as- a general assortment. o flI7 1'l\DR.m: IP.D E'fil ILIflIE. merit. Is fully *7io! to any of&. kind procured at
from town or eonntry receiveand tIe North. 3 IBi.
thankfully April -ly
,: OEDRGE n. SMITH; Flour. PotkCheese.. Tobacco. Coffee a few
attended _.
punctually to. April 106J. tf Anowa bag, of"Java-Suirar, loaf anti brown. Candles, S -
JOHN W. PRICE.M PROPRIETOR of this well lions

.JUrKrccs A. Reed Fomandet Bill." A ,Scars Segars! TilE pleased to annonnco to his oldpatron) *.and Eoav'Starob.to.'inerar. Cider, and Crackers Whit Win nf every description,' 1& FORT &; DUNHAM

4- Co..R Boulter Co SamnelV niams. Alsop AJloarc. 'A VERY SUPERIOR lot of Segars. just re- these visiting, that the Saony South" for bcalsUor-1 :IN PAINTS, Ac.-Whit Lead Lamp and Lin. IF A-D::3'ArtIt

.JackaonVUlerBoston Gvoby.\aroach, :JL ceived at the Drug aol Kuncy Store of pleasure ,seed OIL Also, Lead Shot and Powder. NEW AND REGULAR LINE OF .

"-. -' M Moore'A, &abornGoodaIlEsvannah. *P23 JOHX1I.PAYNE.Freah ilia_ House has undergone the rough ren- ALSO-Stationery,Can and Letter paper,Fancy ; Eckels between New York Jacksonville, kn,JI COMMISSION. MERCHANTS.

-11e:1tlm1 *1Ja_" 10, 18fl'tf S i ovation,t -1 Soap of all kinds, Blank Books. Cologne,and other PAldlka.I composed by iLeNew and fast saillua .8AVAFHAH,' OZO&OIA.:
: extracts, and a general assortmcntof Fancy Uoods. '
: Arrivals. and Lesbian well fitted to suit the most faitidi-' Schooner, HENRY R/roRr: T. K.DCXPAM.
: : AND FANCY up For sale on low terms by : ,
: NEW TIlE undersigned ban lately ret civeil a fresh ous, having most of his rooms 05EPHGRICE 270 tons'A. .
.. Q.T *J t,J- LIVINGSTON Agent, ROOKRSV Ccrn'r OaUber. 30th185..
: i fj of Dragsralat; Oils, &c. limon, 'rar i.bNl with Xew Farnltur nUrf.nl ,At Finnegan's old stand, Jaeksenvill. Pin.September JERsEY OAK 168 Una, JlJl-Roowa! om'. S
:, which be mentioned'-Linseed and 7" -
; 25. tf
The Proprietor has alro secured the .icrrices of will between iruer
Oil a ply regularly the pcrts. Ph11 :
hnowop.ningatllsstoie;; White Zinc IJ.iutVLlrt Lend .
T-SUBSCRIBER. ,. pure cn1n" lady of lone standing and reputation as a:IIoolIlKeeper. 'AgentlieXewYork p ,
0. rrrls 8tmt I; loJi.le Potjiesa Aver's Cherry Pectoral. II* will tparo nn pains toj make this CLIYCII.1I011SE.mlll I -
JOSEPH GRlCE'Water.s"uAgent
' .i -A CZSEUAL ASSORTMENT-OF W'Utars Buls.m Wild Cherry, llibbards Will lions one of the hwi in.Florida.arid hopes by- 4TRNY4COUS.ELLOR4TL4W
4 :D- B U-O: fffO IL Sf P.AIN; .J S, ("berry Cillers,l'Isllltoken-tlee females friend, keeping a goad .homwi; and givIng his[personal at ?DBSCRIDER havinprecently opened "i.in Jack wnville, .J4cuonaLu F.

-s.t. j j ",: -.111111,_ Genuine,ennlul4 Arrow loot, Oxygenated: tention to business: .to"merit and roc ire tit patronage 1.* the abov* Iloaw. would, respectfully solicit BISBEE & .\SO,A.. t' \\f ILL attend to any professional bashes
Bitters Ihe test of th* :II the patronage of the public.There are at this .Agent in Pahtka, t ..
Ginger Wine, remedy for Ui- public. \J entrusted t. Lisa iD the Coasts or&h
Lfl' l\.m.UlEJ .
; I *. ;! ptplia aol Debility now before the publia. A Ite respectrally"eolicits a call from) big friends time some See to six rooms unoccupied, several o It.K.DUK&S ..* era- (Circuit D4'th Supreme Court a
selected-giygteat ear in the city of Travellers the samo with fire place., The House lswithinn 'directed
Zeceati7 wW JOHN aud generally.; All goods to, their CARE will UROMPTLYFORWARDED. de
iolJcited ,.
JwToB PAYJCE, 'A large and extcesiv. Livery Stabro is attached hundred and fifty yards of the Poet Office and "4Srpteinber.4rI5W >laiajBse) .: baa also audi aaadvanUgaous
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Blnvit th*'attenlon'of MfiaM fTC1aa. :'.a' '1' 2 4 Jruut,. to the House/ harve!."The undersigned itl&gen for Usa Scott'sfour ; ;tf. connectioniritb an able Lawyer Wuhjngton

,r t. .- aa4tb C4awsajiltr.to his Stock, with the 5-' -The Western Stage leave the lion:)* soon after, horse mach and two horse back mail lines JRepublicau. eopy:T City,aa will t ensure prompt and ape I
AWEWBOOKr the arrival of thebo*t." both I.illgfor Ocala semi-weekly. For farther auch cLaims as be
ascoraa** that the articles will b*found to b*fresh, :: ycollectionof may placed fII ,
.*f rasa*ouality,and al as low jirtaesas they can b*., NAP: i.Jmf AND HIS MARSHALS, by the "- 'SAMUnt. BUFFINGTON 'fopdeto'i..ScJtte "articular*.apply at the' offices" of Jacksonville_ Letters oath ci=. O,8OIIi' akjProdvetionf B bia hands against the United. States -

: it, bought in_any ma kt ef the 8 enthern eountryt v J T ,,1Icacll'1".,Tbl,Jntert-K lnZ work, b"! M.-.I852* ." Bta XNEWFALIANDWi11TEft" S News and" Republican... V JPL'OltTDA? teeft. 'h.g' : ly
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: beaatif bound. U .7 JAMES B. ASKETTvr.ilatk8
Uy for sal by i _
,,4 ... ... -HE'otFEnS- .' '1JIS ti,ter' &1f kjjTpatst1.st ci EELLECIIAggg A Jan.
IlEYJSG TOBACCO';AND SEGAItS1'e \ 10,1832./r J. J.n.MeRoryJxvandat; "Mewsroffi 9 -
**, aihIn. Mres, a.
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'-J.r. ",0LD. -CUTLERY tQUORS ;AM' JEWELRYJ W1NL'TlE' .' .; ; IAND' FOR-:..SALE. Q.Q'GU9.' '" : :. # j :;Sjirin Water Cure, aoksonvUle.Post Office Stamps
cfibOtrert atpriTato 4'ln* "fol- E flutMf'ibo'l..ulIir""tt.d11 ",n W.JL tea. .be ea_!yremittedy'lettssv.A\' \ '-. .5 ,CHANCERY;
&C&e. THE J CARCOX.MS.: ; : ,
'" 'I4ea- described -a '__ ___ ; ; j .ALUGA.... oLcxau Co11lnT.' .,
tracts of Und rn1 Marlon'onnty. ; tention of&hti lr frieods and euslonpra to tbelr'ne. -- -t-. '1. :; ',?r93- ., .
) LW I' .a "TtA S -{AjATh-4D GREE ). These lands are nearly aJJJiamujock, end .and well'-selected'stocfc'of.'FaU: 'aW 'Wintertrc I ) ,TTA'--GLEQIfGI4'; :5 IXT$ AND Wl GLASS x .WILL practk* in'th*several eouatl**eompoatns;

QUIJe Ie_qoaUt,.at u lOW'p.the.., tD qualify 'are nirpawed by any in.the Slate.Wartecof&otl.fl3l.and&W.qtztrter.- '' Prow flood. oo1ng JI4.i1 ofren4h.' 'E g1i4h' ,1':. '- 0ti..qjp :DQW ; Jf ?the Eastern Judicial Cireait of Florida,Uam-
_, "2 8t101jthl. .M Jo11n'$4..etk.a,.taillyP 1 X.. ; If and American Printa G uigliams (IbambrayaWtsltad ..JaHjffVitc CBTB Eftablishmml of. Dr.-C.Cox Oil, n.w.o4 BoiWIJ;.= f1. titan county of the Middle Cireair and Levy eaa- .
1r',11"1I"tI 11' Section Township U;
.' "a"ILU"1 fl."t'" ws" i mv J.W lJ.I1a.ll.1g .:.Tb. Wen half of N. W.quarter.>nd Piofe.. D.4-F.ngb d rengbMetleoei.1Bzi; ad"Jb"- Jn proving the efnoUiney of the mode of c .toron! -/ i ; ti' L Vr. prcfossional'dnti *;will atUodpromptly I.
,> .I1M1Of.: ,) itiny-IVUOIIS adapted,to th.ir4it lialfof be ft'Wf quarter t>l oct.1011.1hnraalrlp\ *. Ae4 Ae*.4og. ) arid well-ee- treatment adopted tbf the removal of dUea'f*. ,Dr. : p. iT3ofier* ;-.-w- t preeatia aad eUetioa of s1a.sefevaiy

'- t4 ef "vnta so4UatsZI .floh b..Utile to U.-ttawce20.(lfOacrw4 : :.: -, l et.d stock*f Jl ots'rwil.11UXt UaU and Caps. Cex Is prepiir4 to cite instancea ia this plies and .'4tt bol* Window aida,asaorted aiies. .eription *alast IhwOeaaral. .seam'
,\ f" t. bKD..u6wCUlI-.'J ,-31l bavseias fews4ail,4JS : Tb. :VV>quarter.of BetIon..33, the E.- half Hardware _cIt dna iption1 in elsewhere to invalids of l.ag stkading who have :*4oOn>aietBl jdfB,pftty *- '. I ) PciU Wt .- i. IT '. {.
cIa Y Eo quarter pTPeetien 34. tbV halt .. '.dor bis rgimaoben restored Io vicwttnt health 1I
oi Eaot 01 set r. eraLtqck.>tolt_,W for oat feootb 1 ,_-V :
VJa I,;"r": 'lq Jj8'oDAFouNTAIN: the-B. R Utartw f:'sie.tiotf 37.and the W.: blfth.W.4ue16wn4I3raagefO ef marlttwhinb t,,.o' e.Ibr sale IIhlal jL for"c,h,' N.place is the Stat offers j rwrfer.vantage for Pof. *)'':low OH,for,Ill.PAYNE Cash, Vr m gIthkB1cac2s: w sJ. oI.

Kiatry.irodDoe on abort and topic .4 credIt.Psatrw .; such&lllll.ablitbmentu'tk of Dr. Co. hMr .. aad both ends schooner
; t featHeam .
.veT ;,i:: .t .wii. ggj;.c j i7aVn.VOrne .a.dJJifr. ', t ac 1 .; :.: a.4 WfIdi''''! 111'1 n", to out stronger indu omeot.t.persoin fnr bad health I-t-M2; J l':.xl? 4 It Ta*. are her by proving prepof .
.)OD ATE1I. BYntTP8'' J .4" 'ff. aad"pal.-'cbrree'L '
.- ) lands of Mr.' Solomon .. assured that pbYI." ).
fth.vfli1W1Ud01IthL1 wL1y : Orup Jake adjoniMth* .fooling tteyiwinltogit habW .-' mU1LZft'8A1tSAPAITtZA1nwe1,4i. < |f I f.&SsIot ; -
Moody an9*mkrd&nffnttimul l .e tiqns.21 ..aad. entires-satisfaction U'all who i vor1 Vkrittip Mjotatt. .a.
.1.OJU ) ay t -
,1-.1 Jwu : .rAD :. %, .&o1ruhl'l2fn CL lrk'ibe J : "'fers of cnqviry cfOI paid,wttl b*prompt.Ato. Bottles; ToirBvmift d n'a, Ayer. Cherr1- r..Jl I3.J. tTaI"'U
,l' S. ; .. Pectoral '& .L TU* JaVjA .
U1e bo* qas.1Volsewsaeua.r ant Jy 'Jot ; f j fl.i ; rf'
1it Z.
Brandy, Brandy' Brandy. For teras apply 4a the lubscribVr crt '7acksoit" !! : .,= t1S. iLxi2tLjA2."r'w .. J and foUslyt f' ;'\*r*>M*E i. .U .

of that Superior Old yWi teovW02t.| CIIAS. BYRNES I LWtI2iiAWZ, .I GaaJJ i.nb 1 .
ANOTUERhPP1' SOlntbiicf.ii.t..r. b 1'fl1'J ,
sat ron.l b'op23 1
1 HOUSE FOR 9MJjE.\\ eoesUUnr in >H 7TrPOR 4 r loqo.JFwl nw. TOb S

JO IlL PATN TEA f .TEA 11TST C A TWO Story Frame llonse, nearly oW', aDd of the following branches: La Fernezat El .Odor part. J. 1iEIj 4Eum. : f 'WiD*.. .. 'Tn..; -

[ received an extra inc art!* of Green and situated la a pleasant part of. ,th*,&en a. II or- Cete Havana Cheroots Manilla. Cheroots which SALS, at titlfEWS OFFICE, Blank PID.I.'. Uti OU;aM>thr Brathtra Ttaa- c'I .a
JOB PBIKTINQTUIS .J 1 Black Tea aad for sal* by fond at private sale;' Apply tonovl3 will be sold cheap. ;)PAYNE, .r, needs $endttheeesyse of. 0. bar aad produce, and border. for pwaassiaj' .

U"UED Ar OFFICE Jan 1 J. M.TAYXE,I ut. ,CHARLES B) E Jan 1 DrucrsJ. 'ad Real Estate ef every'deseripttoa. Jlyl9 Mtrehtadajtf ."11' (


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