The Florida news
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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: April 9, 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 )
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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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Preceded by: News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Succeeded by: East Floridian (Fernandina, Fla.)

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rarfat'siw b Rag ESrf Fkfftaa aJafmtcacc Nrw,Tout, Aprill, P.,31, ,The.Treaty;of Commerce recently:concluded Debate, &:t6eSruibFs r tteKHwril oil white men f Sir,we are"cat olTfrom extension Indian* Jure suds a treaty-- .

fat lib: r -r de Ad vkes received here from t San .Jean between Austria,and Prussia comprenending .UmioJIiS; ; tt:"3.,'1853: ; not that we want.,to enlarge on* 'h ve'agreed by s;"trear ,-recognaedi

'dealt joWea\el&h deal' t 1r la, Nicaraguastate, thai the American as it'does,pearly all thef the= .2. 8tite.loaders, 'lot,'we want ft trued iae.Senate tozemore. ; Hareve aav
ship of war Cayan eeized that place states of Germany, has a twofold sisrnlfi- The'Anny AppfopriaCon Bffl of l ft; ti seftSftreary
'ft UMd by pl. tfikta i mj* iJjee, on being under population west nsv. Wewant civil s deHHtr j-t we
Jistff tbMfcV f'.y VMOtr.*!.kbtp vita UMAW Saturday die 12th uh. The 'authoritiev cau Intrinsically: considered,' it a consideration the following,c proceedings d ii dghbotwhiehvilh possess sadealti FlorldiAot i right to'demsnd*!j&e

,' -p protested against the seirore and resigned great fact in:the history of industrial pro- and debate was lisa t, ; rate the country as'civilized men,asking treaty shan be complied with? we'notftrigUtoaaktaatitsaannotbevlor
braUm aad tulen,,,ut4-hrau wVcn,they their authority to the American Comman P progress;extrinsically,it is ft.cause,of political Mr.MALLOIUu" I offer t par 3tata as we have. right to be made,
der the
-0:' : _Two ships had been:dispatched to satisfaction and- ,assurance. to" the, following the thoroughfare for trade and travel between lated T These.Ben, for:whom sympsil'ty

I W '.j fteJa.1 wept lath Mw-. Bluetieldl' Jamaica. give".information : rest of Europe. amendment'an Additional section: 'the two extremes*of theUniotithe.Atlagtio is txprusedj are ft common band of:c&t

2iF f\ft gb rid ca weep*'e r UM_bright feeact of the transaction to the British ao-: In its economic'aspect the convention SEcA.d> Ist further' enacted, : :and ttePscific. throats, otitlaVed by.tleirOWD people.

.,"\), thorities., The inhabitants.had organized for twelve years which' has been. concluded That 'for"fhe removal of the: Indians of 'lbowwell thai b course'of time: common rcne tuesi sad unrdcrcrs, trim

Jtd fhchMf.f.Wre.I.'Gr artier yean, a.Committed of vigilance, and great, excitement : 'after,such protracted' :negotiation, Florida the President(of :the United weshaH' get clear.of-this"evil :but how; conceal:.fteaBselref in 'the frontiers

Y.W"ttffl,drbriri&im of tntfk.t preTail I. The seixnrc",giw according to the London News, must beregarded States be sothorized to till into service will we get clear*of it?' 'There; il.pro. Florida,"and desolate them at plesiare.' ,

ti att.f to fcocrf wWa icy kctit.u pan out -of difficulties existing between,, the as a great though cautious step so much of the volunteer force raised by i cess by ebchiwe shaffproHLIy'get clear :The honorable Senator alai.let Florid
!Nicaragua transit.Campany.and the.local in,thedirection"of free trade. FromTrieste the last General Assembly-Florida and I care
'iti.twNr.dtl.t ftle ..Kd1y J.ot. of it in&very short time Trhti that fake of Tier ownTndI. We an
.b4 wtlit8.d.y yath'sthw 1oTe a..e was authorities. ill to Cologne, from Milan to Dantzig, under Atxch conditions as.he may ,deem I 1'h1- .atrri4'oa In doing it., At the last session of tile Leg

'. r trfier.. all differential duties are to be abolished; necessary. Florida, and' which;/was carried"on in islature .Florida. ftbfll:'wis rossedto
aa flit Qtef..d hi-duA-4\e.atd bew ,The Committee onFrauds. and.instead thereof a system of complete 'Sir. President'win say1 to'!
reciprocity.is in future .to be .established. that there! now a remnant Indians remaining Indians Da'their*-extermination 'by the pose. They are to be held 'fillad'C I

I IbMttttf iO a.MIu Ot brf galdei torn When we stated that tlietoenate'a Committee'io [ law materials of every descriptions are to :'in Florida; ,;.which remnant t is sirprdL:.,That:not taking nlace and huPiiniCbid the Executive shan see:fit
LtftwyeeDjn4tkB world n std Iioa fbr.Ttrlid '. frauds'had invQetTgatethe cases .of;alleged pass from,'one territory to .another without bound by the treaty of Payne's Landing ;U hope- that. it wiH not take Indians'by other mania We have tried 's
dad I ft*Wtar*IWM s wribU few,. that its report mentioned payment of any daty whatsoever, to go to the lands assigned to the tribe in place awe-are ,subjected io-the,.slower the ezpenment of' removing them by re* I ,:
.,( rasatw-itab.a.ar.' contract for,certain 1ig1t'h houses whiles fixed standard of ad a/Qrnn the West and which : rolar and if lt
a.ma charge remnant. made ft process of these Indians dying troops; > entirely d.; 1 !, ,
th'e Pacific outgrs-
o .. _.. coast furnished one of the cases -manufactured be maintained with the '' .
'tf artieles'is1 Keceitly'
= '{ u whlchAliad been 'on special agreement, j'resident'ofthe dual melting away In the neighborhood a special agent was down

TRetgrafsaina.lnnat0Mexk.o.r; : made at the' 'time mined a and we for purposes of rerenne by each United States, last September, ;to go of cmEjed pen, aa they have beea 'melting bf the Government mere, witli a large a- ,"1-

; same brief allusiod'tocharacter. state, but so conceived and arranged as to there. Efforts hare been made' to,'remote away since the whitefast settled mooot. of money 'to buy4 them op.' :Se'.

sThe>'ew Orkansv'/Veayww -publishes afore its We win' now speak. of it I abnegate all idea.of prohibition or proto.tion them peaceably,by buying them off on'this eo eDL And until they has corae"batk SMreported'that their is f .: 3

a ban official account ef an interview between particularly.John In favor of one- German community but the special agent CUov'ernment.w do melt away-until this savsga .barriers poiaeans eTgettiae uemlmt"of the COOK f ';;. :

Don Jtf ASCII.31.ESCOBAR a Comsalssfoner McGinnis, a'Clerk in the Treasury against its.neighbors. Stipulations are i entirely failed in his efforti to remove | broken down by this. slow and n ta iprocesswe try bat. by the pe p rl1a frontier themselves ;;. :

who-was'sent by the authorities Department during the last administration included in the treaty for the adoption ofa them. It is impossible that these Indiana are walled out on'the,west ; whVkncW'the. haunts of the J&dians. : ':j

; of" Ten Gnu" to Carthagena a waited on Mr. Corwin, then the uniform scale of coinage.* I i should longer continue in the State of Talk as,yoa please.about .giving niBaiI.roads . : ,

mission requesting the exiled chieftain head of that ,department and stated to The Prussian'eagle will continue :still i Florida at peace with the border-settlements to the-Pacific from our western border '- Those who.espouse the canseof human 1

Santa Annato return to bjs native land and luau that he could, by erecting certain to figure ,on the ,gold.and silver piecesstruck i and the probability ii'tEat 11asti1I- ;;you have:bf:this"policy cut ns off ity, those who.are for'protecting'.the In J '

aIm the rein*of poorerk; Senor Escobar light Louse.on the' Pacific' for the cum of. ,at"'the Berlin"'mint,'and the arms ties will commence in the coming ipring. from availing ourselves of those advantages dian,.may justly tale this'viewtf it" X?

states that Jie left Veh'Crus on the 5th 136,000' ', realize a considerable profit.At of Austria.will be:still.impressed,upon the Ito, the fear is that the'Indiana maybe of neighborhood and'extended civilize The Bute of Ffonda'considers 'their-:i ;

of Janaary, and'arrived at Carthagena on this interview nothing definite wasarranged' metallic currency of VIenna, but: the 'entirely annihilated. I settlements which have been accorded sence in her" limits an>Intolerable'evil, 1 .; '

the lit day of February. He found Gen. solicited At., subsequent interview, names and values of both will hereafterbe I am not -aware that the President has to other StiteS in this'Union, filr,',why not,td 'be endured,'andT deptttd r'Vpo4 it, r ,1.(1"

Santa Anna residing Turbaco, five by \Ir. Corwin; that gentlemen the same, not only in the greater states any power.to call out,the militia of the do oil"t iake'thcse,Indians out these Indians most go" oat of the'State. or )

leagaei from Carthagena, Here he had suggested that McGinnis should associate but throughout all Germany, as well as State to remove a body of Indians in conformity of Florida? Why did ,you take the In- they win..be exterminated.. The idea of j ,=:. .
given prosperity a, half ruined town, with him one Delano, of New York, then in Hungary, Lombardy, and the other with their treaty stipulations.He dians out of Georgia, A 1ml...-,_lift=I. r4. enduring them upon thai large district of '. i,,; '-
rebuilt the church, began a fine macadamized Washington. Although Delano waS a I provinces the Empire. has the"power to'call out the militia pi and Tennessee f ,To enable the country 'country, the most m iv-awr-OTwc** co- ,:.@

road to Carthagena built new houses, stranger to McGinnis, this suggestion was Seventy eight millions of people inhabit to suppress insurrections and to repel invasions to be occupied and cultivated by gum in the State, and one of the most in a;}

turned surrounding wilderness into agarden acceded to; and then Delano proposed that the region which will be effected by these but not to remove these Indians. white'men. ,At the,very tame time that terating.to'the"whte'of the Sooth occu tz

and protected the people, who Robert G. Corwin, a near relative of Secretary conditions; and it is perhaps enough to This amendment simply provides that he |you do that--at the. same time that the ng-ODHem1Ih": Tlcrida' ts"totaHy :

blessed him aa.their benefactor Senor Corwin, should be admitted to an say that there Is no one branch of art,industry m.i call out, if he pleases, any portionof States east of, the Mississippi receive this out of the question. It: h due to herself ;

Escobar found Santa Anna in his study, interest in the speculation. McGinnis and skill, from the mouth of the i ,the militia of the State, under any 1 kind favor and consideration at your- hands that she should remove these Indiana:= !

and after an exclamation of surprise at agreed to this propositionand after considerable Elbe to that of the Adige, whose field of conditions that' he may think proper, i-yon Impose on the people west of the Now, wfflyoa ;trust the State, of Florida t tl.

this unexpected visit the General's firstgnestion delay the contract was given to McGinnis labor and profit win not be enlarged to a accomplish that object. ,You will gain, |Mississippi; the inconvenience of having herself remove the Indiana in her.own J >W*

was, "What happens in our reptibite ,he having re signed his office. The greater or less ,extent by the changes by this operation, this advantage: If the these Indians on their western era.You -- way,and then pay the bill she'rends jour t f" .'

?. What say the Mexicans He firstmemorandnin of the contract was agreed I which they imply. Theoretically considered militia shall be called out by the State h removed them at an-expense of Or win you take the mitten in hand, and t' :/ u.

then-masked if it was true that another on early in December, 1851, and after i it is undoubtedly the most signal authorities, as a matter of course, the federal -upon" millions of the public money suffer the President to muster nth forces T.:%;)

American invasion was threatened, to being altered several times, i it was finally recognition of the principle of equal com- government will be looked to to foot from those States,east of_the]MlssissipnuUions as he may think proper undersneh' coo- ?,

which Escobar replied that '"Tbequestion'Tehantepee' concluded and signed on the 28th of that petition which the world his seen since the bill- pi and you have imposed upon:ns west ditions as' :Be mar' think necessarr, or and. ,, < r'. ,"R

of would force Mexico to month. No security was given for its the repeal of the British Navigation Laws; Mr. HUNTER. I would ask the Senator of that river In perpetuity,'as far as your just, *to remora them under his npero i i '. .- .
performance, and McGinnis proceeded, and Florida if this is lion? 'soundolx'J dlefaie9witn reference 4 ;': '
cede without fighting. practically, we can augur nothing but from recommended legislation could do so, this.C. .
Senor Escobar states that be then went with tbe knowledge and consent of Mr. good to the capitalist and the labor of by the head of any department? It has always seemed tome that the to"money ursued.alone, that this coarse : ',
Secretary Corwin, to find some one who both northern and southern !MALLORY.. No sir it is not. should be Sound policy dictateswith'reference
into a long account of the course nf the Germany, ; duty of western representatires in'both '
affair of the would purchase the contract from. him from which There is asked for In the -to the Indians alone, thatthis ,
Tehuaatepee administration a measure by opening new no appropriation Houses of Congress was to have arrested '
of the Government and such other subjects and erect the light houses-there beingno scope for enterprise, and exposing themto amendment, and I,am not aware that it this policy from thejfint. ,Ordinary forecast policy should beponaed In every .:."'"l-";
expectation that he was todo the work point or'flew,it is the one which is shoo- A ,.
the healthful action of natural Las been head of
as presented them dves. rivalry, re recommended by any it to me would hare .
seems prompted y
-Santa Anna, according to the state- required by the engagement with the government is likely to develop new energies in the any department. It is, however, rccom- them to do so. They ought to have lately necessary. 'The amendment asks : :
for Those
,racni e Eflonbar, appeared to be greatly the, which was. a mere speculationfrom one, and to bring new aids to the other. mende4 by the Executive of Florida, and risen up as one man,and to have resisted be no caned money.; bat shall volnnteersciiJ'not not meet:
affected at the unhappy condition of bis begining.In [,' Jl E&ta'.1Ifl Jut bv the entire Legislature (theState,' and we again "i-'
such bad .
as if Y
policy long as they not
the face of these )Ir. Secretary until December and it '
facts next
"Without revenue," Did he t I have been especially instructed toal ; n'neaatary; }
country. ; arguments to use, strength of .lung*to ;
'!:lowing millian and a half of back diri- Coririn, in his annual report to Con- A Crash.A the attention of the Senate to ,the subject.I talk until by the expiration of time the to provide for any COB ey"ldch7 '':.;
dated December 26 1851 occur in the meantime and to the '
statedto ,
give ;
.ds on the English debt, and unable gress was going on to observe that by adopting policy could not have,been consummated.Sir J
that that the insufficient President ,to call oat each force '
to pay the last year s interest, or even the body appropriation singular incident occurred in our city this provision you will gain this advantage lath a policy tends, more:to, retard power as *, '
bad and would he.JD3yd.emJror&he.m
salaries of her without delayed, probably o'clock It : If the'State herself called out ,
officers an army yesterday, about 11 A. 31. the prosperity of the.Stateawest, of the '
of hostili a.
for the sion. '
-the frontiers abandoned and suffering the, prevent any contract erecting lighthouses had been noticed for several days past, the militia to suppress Indian hostilities, Mississippi than anything;else that has ) have; 't z
the Pacific. hope we
greatest disasters from the attacks of the on encountered that the South east end wall of the Floyd', the account win come to the general government been done, in my opinion, from the be a. vote the amendment may. t.Mr.DAWSOX. :J:h i
MtGinnis difficulties upon
in now.
savages the frontier States underminedby House had bulged near the ground,and on,i through the State commissarys ginning the government. I would f : V :' .::-1
of his contract but he remained suggest to ,: { :
disposing and the State and the
traitors influenced and protected in the market ; Friday morning last,a portion of it,about quartermaster, | I hold that'so far'as 'this cUe Is concerned my friend from Florida to change his j j -,:> ;
seeking a purchaser until will be the
Americans all this tolerated for five width fell into the federal government I
and paymaster
feet in '
ten height ,
; years Florida, Eke Arkansas and 3Iia- amendment to' :'
sometime in 1852 when Secretary ; so as provide ,for calling 2. .
April, last. If authorize'the President i
by inept leaders who are traitors and On- which it is located. No serious at foes ? .
in alley on souri, and Texas, should be left to take out the militia instead of volunteers by .j h.
Corwin of the fears -
worthy of universal excration. Lower entertained consequence of California apprehensions were entertained for the to call out the 'militia.you appoint care of her own Indians. These Indians patting' it in this form: . x '
California too threatened in such a manner by the ,people safety of the building, and the WaIl was your own regular quartermasters and com do not Florida as much as the Indians : .
that.the light houses would not be erected and have the matter under the annoy And le furtkar enacted That for t
that It be invaded and over-run rebuilt. Yesterday morning, how missarys, ,
may being that have pal frontier
'Without resistance. Yucatan sustaining gave notice to him that he abrogatedthe the ,danger becoming evident theoccupants control of your departments.: This amend- yon' UPODoar the purpose of removing the Indians from : E 1,4-
ever, us. Ther are dwindEnsr to
Bat after McGinnis annor away Florida the President of the States
contract. soon ment dyes not provide positively that they United ,
an Indian warm n which it cannot triumph. of the rooms at that end of the nothing. Tbejr'have got almost to'the }
: succeeded in finding a purchaser,to whom shall be called out. It is contingent. If be and he is hereby authorized eaU Into .i r "
Tehuantepoc threatened and its military had retired from them and the : .
building point of extinction. .In the course of a
he sold the for bonus$15,000.. the service lOch of the militia f
con tract a Indian hostilies render it the portion "
occupation by our Dat enemies delay i workman from their labor on the walL A necessary ,
short time, by the operation natural
the These new parties were accepted by the State win call them out as a matter of very force of Florida as he maj"c1 ..necessary. t
ed until cooling month of April. i considerable number of people were present oases Florida win be relieved from ;;?
What a situation! But what has the i Treasury Department, and their names watching the result,when the entire I course; but it is wiser fir us, apprehend, them altogether.. ,Am I to be told that >-r***_ 'I
substituted for that of McGinnis ina that and
Goverar>scat of Mexico done with the millions were end with about twenty feet of the front to confer authority upon the President, five, hundred Indians, men, women and 3Ir-3IALLOBY..laccept ,,
,f it received for the iniquitous sale of I new contract. The bonus of 815,000was and back wall and roof, tumbled to the and let.the. whole matter. be- -under his children--and I understand there are no modify my amendment-accordiB y-; '. "
to Delano the introduced 3Ir.DAWSON. There about three
of our territory? What has paid partner No sustain control. r art
s.wrest'part ground. personal injury was that the Stateof
require sovereign
into the more hundred of these Indians ,
speculation by Secretary ;. : Florida. I '
Mr. BORLARD. )1 President, I { I
it oooe with the revenue it has controlledfor ed A valuable stock of Groceries the
by any one. Florida should have protection of
Corwin who McGinnis have the Indian here and I : :
paido $5,000 seen I 1
amendment agent
five years while the nation has remained yer in the lower story, owned by T. C. am constrained to oppose this the general government in order to contend ;
dumb and resigned in'view of the as his share, reserving, 'IOOOQ.t.odiride Dempsey, is under the ruins.-Ei ht and I oppose it, perhaps from a reason successfully with them?' Can she had an interview'with' him yesterday\nd i
with Robert G. Corwin. McGinnis it information fromuinu... There .
different from that which would be offered got my, are i ;
prodigies which the ominous.QTemment4QHretarO'offered in the second and third stories with and ?,
rooms, not held them in subjection quiet
is to does know whetherBobt. : about of them who are '
not : hundred
proper state by most of those who would vote war t
do? !
to valuable furniture belongingto '
(generally Can she not keep them within their t
G. Corwin bas received from riors., Now, view of the subject
ever it. It involves somewhat an ex- my ='
: Aft r three, days on ereecet Santa the occupants,) are,destroyed. The against bounds'' Why, Florida has been in the = \
Delano of the of the this! Florida drive these Indians
any portion proceeds animation of our Indian policy-that pol- wiU out,
AEOS feally accepted the invitation to accident is probably owing to the long Union nearly as long as Arkansas,'and
and 'Robert G. Corwin filedan and treat them and in :.
return, adding, that,oa his arrival there, speculation affidavit;with the committee. continued rains and the nature of the soil, icy of the government which\beginningmany she has not'got on her borders one twentieth" perhaps. the roughly of ", >s
{which according tosnbsequentaccounts: denying which this end of years ago Ion" before I had any humanly .Fat purpose- avoiding t t
(formerly a pond on of the Indians ehaTe''OD the
that he had anything to do with,the transaction. affafsIu till the part that,:as a Southern man, and.Ito prevent, 1
in on .
will be about the 1st of April,) he should the building was located. It .has been part public gone settlements along: err western. line 'It "1"
After the sale ,of the
original time the result which has been possible anysoch inhumanityIdcsire 'm.
.can aromnd him those of influence erected about five present ,
persons twenty years.Mcutnger i is true these Indians do not come in '
the new upon shall be under the i
contract desired that the
parties some .
to to disadvantage unjust, put. :
that great oppressive
,.who are true lovers of their country; [dlacois ,SOiA.IBXULND put beyond State line.-
They keep oar
modification of it, and paid Delano $900 ns. control the wtlcB
and cruel disadvantage-the government, 1 r" .
if Le cl----.tioa-D1eD of,.heart to JII
to obtain it for them. The modification States West of the Mississippi As matter of policy, i if humanity would under the treaty,is baud to remove these :, .
malein o& & ;
.> '. ease agarasUheirag' was made, and its,nIne to the contractors IN BT-OOSE DAys.-If on THtt has bcca to "remoTe' the Indiana permit of snch a wish,'we could hope thai Indian .When this law ahaU have been ." '. ':
would policy :1'
froedihNdrtb-reaon! ,
treason occasion left the bits .ithinoUr
State limits
cry ,a guest room, would come "
estimated at they Sam Jones and ,Bill ,
was $7,500. passed,. Bowlegr.
from the States lying, east of tf1Jlississippi -:7 : ,
"Then .
I.xfcErccDijrcrcteDEATH '
be "
: : of dropped into his his would
.It'l1e to comment on this transaction paper'were glass -our instead of remaining'beyondus.; wbenre-eenable men,, win understand .;'. ',
said be,."will I lend myself cheerfully to for.even the most,careless reader intimating the number,of rounds the bottle and ,to place them them upon be better for,the whole country, so'far as that this la a matter,in which.j&egenexalgovernment x "

aew sacrifices; for,in truth, I cannot survive cannot fail to understand its character.An had gone'aud on ha, return he was Western frontierassigning' to 'fertile ft country and policy' .D1m1ed-:opening a larger Is concerned,.and that Flon- .t.

the disappearance Mexican- nation- officer of the Government,'by associating obliged swallow glass for each under among the most in beautiful the whole of ,this field for white settlers and,by-their com ci pot the. exit of iL When : 't'7'":
aC and I desire in Its desirable regions ,
to ,
y- bury myself the penalty of so miny glasses of salt ing in us, these -natural causes ;-
with him & friend of,the late Secretary 'and with it ? Subjecting among they learn that th at.fone aCiba. i -'>s; f
?mot.aftertie Mexicans have done their and water. It was the practice of some Union, doing.what which areslonly removing that :obstacle them hand it wiU lave :
of the Treasury, at.t the j ttiDie..ofth t it forever to the occupancy and tion is to take in. 1 ; !
,4cty,ibe greatltgn'htot'of the destinies to bare deeantenwithroundbottomslilc j to the spread of civilization would be re*
; tb
officer 3&ob'tafn rnmenteontract.by amoeil, ifflpress5on9n ill i
was permitted a goi' control tribe I that : J ;
the Indian
of nations should order for as inch a fate.But modern soda water bottier the only con of. say much hastened In their operation, .
ry save the. lives of the Indian and i&e "
private arrangement nt, and cruel disadvantage ; ; -
if should not hd..eacour.peDteg it is an unjust, oppressive, -- '
triune which could stand '
my hopes
they being unkind
having mof
feelings ice' &
So far the
which.he was ,sot expected to execute, the StatesWest from any my opiniba. <.J
, .'. l't my desires, which ncr at the heed of the table, before the host to impose upon Florida there no Senator on 'yy'.T ecnmii'. unde I- '... "
but to trade on the market for, his own It builds as it .towards ; is Mr. nd"tne.ob '- :
ab I*other than the weal'and:glory the bottle thus rendered impossible of the Mississippi., ; up, :'
profit,whOeimportant, interests recognized Stopping was and :and this floor whose feelings are kindlier,and amendment, it is to 'prodnce' t tim
were-a vail ,
cf I win higher stronger
oar nation return ooItlobtf
and ,endangered ,and every one was obliged to fill who would vote 1'app repnafaora{necessary = rates D .W"
by Congress,were neglected more than the-Chinese wailagainsttheeoatnesturderm .. .
y ia .jretiremcntfio deplore the blind- .,. This tells the whole story, and his glass at once, and pass the bottle to .impassible, ; a nChins. ;to promote her welfare and prosperi 1' I .- i1J't ../1-'

f every thirig,when it leaves IheBlJ and ,wrong as can. well ,be presented. ,contents on the table. A still more common & subjects to SATe ee tie too much.: Ilia asking tie representatives all toll ,lsupppsejthai Inmyeounlfj ,+ 4.4- J
cannot .
afJa left cpen. to at,'and win notim- And these'facts pare fully sustained byMcGinnis's practice was to knock the:stems off goIt "of of those living west of the Mississippi we;would ate ant ua Ju3iceof < ; "
i: .:then who,;like them, have foundthemselves the glasses with a knife so that they must cupation and possession ft large portion bent theiron'
to relieve Sind
own testimony, who,. having the most beautiful-country which shave expense, t Pc ce; ;j s;cf'h&f
in asimiluaitnatroo.'fThe accomplished; his purposes,,laid'bare. the be emptied fast as they were filled,. as west of theilisaisappi: eior many ana to'increase an,evil wbichuweighinguponuem aftef If It be'neoeaeary,to ai l tint y kt.- .
document .
PSeeywu TegxrditWs whole fraudulent operation when be was they could. not stand Sometimes. the of the Union. so heavily thai they are put any 'portion 'Mthe: forcer of llmiidIwould -
aWe of the-mosl important State papers brought before the Committee of JnTestigation ) guests, as:they sat down; put 'off:their part > -the of: to'disadvantage and axe'every day receining can Ou.tbi ;portiea wMen
Sir I do not policy putting
which bat .toptfifei'iar half a century.Jtt and forced tQ".t. J:-Union shoes which were,taken out of the rooms .the Indians oppose, oar We&ternjrm, > ft taunt&' that they are behind,the Gen.Jscksoa,said it conM..eirfed: 'rt
>ears4eepJM tiErj to-Gcs. Arista and and the bottles broken_ upon
t empty were outside of other s-ofthe'UDiou., 'Bu\why is it the Florida wirm air men ths,ad Ilfcmk
his party, sad the':United States: If A 'Nom Exrisiiuttt*r.=-The of:the door, so that no one could pass: tier because from them.we have- We anyapprehensioi do not fear them. so?: ,Because, we have. ,not beers Ie to 1 the:8znaiai: bowl Oatthair'
"Santa1 AMA:returns, the fie. thinki'the New Orleans Picayune :notices ,*' 'queer out tin the 'carouse'was urer.-Irdacl danger avail'ourselves of,those means;cf irapror i .
whop,'Hexkaa pation' will be reused combination of '' and sad Sixty'. They ant peaceable enough r" Thej gire 1 1r'IS.iti. ..
: subjects condition which hare
1 Fta'rs.xlr. fat because bgour; we ,Wat. ,was Oat. T_
no trouble In that it is I
tbe, delicate'Mai .. us way}
.In '
:*aiast as, ASJ. -taco which the editor saw united s tar evenlogy : : Ia11out.barCJJXdie1for would i: ALE.'_ i.icnJa&ir roawoold v
'of oar rtlafions with thai ''EeTmLUc, render since. It was anlnvhation' from', abenevolent JjorvT LiKUThe New York Connerlams ; she.t pcaccabfe' because they It is nothing !! oil -"' *- would x
l jJmoci.ixieTitablei.ajnr between the burial society to attend a" ball from the best authority ,that ,the&m3jrdifficnltie are quiet&. they hold the country ; jj1.L of worn-'' .
man morsh-- Qr"aTlga.Ih pe I f,
and It and exclada civilized .1 -, 1 ,s. .
oI trod_td& la thai case,th deltiniel given by them to',scent their friends I and which were recently possess -, object,to the' policr itselLI j the amendment wffl not be agreed to. '. :I think t JswhapaeyJt: ,' !a11
become sad hate determined Mad.Goldschmidt :
..of;;Hcxieo,-1-t-J..will Siaia." charitable purposes. It was all right to return to to this do, net exist in ob'ee1"'to&his measure in particular;te- .:)Ir.bIALIARLI. teelit doe to the !i"rasagahaaagen.tba goudt->.,,* ; 4 ',

z gaother American,_."_ -- -.. enough says' the jRc: but* it'was odd' the-least degree ,and.country that,there is no pre cause it is an-extension. ,pt.thitpoficy, State which have the. honor, ,in part torepreset would, ," elucidate' taamiUcTjr I'. 11ft ,.
Tbe Bome'GL)"j.Jiu the: fij.Jowing enough though;naturaL to the.and reader.i unfortunately Isle strange necessary frent: prospect' of; oar hearing ,her} .p and. the putting" of\marC Indians. :West.#.oftakinghicji toprplonff this:debate by ">ga I see: t-the Senatoc'f o7 ora TirgHriaTJij, F

iteot--' us wfll,tendjQ. per'pcimte few aordsiii 'tOtSn'h.. Ben- IHonierj wasJboking i'iiitriissimisjrH
TPUXOJtA from ;.
AZruoaosntq ; should sny.tatsaer- > I. ,
that *
men women ,
some rand se 1A&DY'
and thu sto fr Aansaaargatniaitii hearing speeches. rXMtefeier.j
r more,
:WWeare that more savagapccupancxof .
cred7LIyinformcaV :- dance to raise_e7b'bcrl!; other and the eicluaon'of D addressed-ti the potn ilewSilia-vs., eei iUnm W the a
thOn # irlunderatand I
: ,
Jit.'WV "rt Ashby, of this cbonsyi pTodaced .,gplSl"r.Everett wfll onMonday_lay i T
10 bales rf eottoa and'' 40>Umls The .IiteLueld BqmUican,:.;that down the platform' of the nationaljconaerT&tive civilizedman"-from.it. '1Vbat.can.my I IUIIL.forhe attempta to agse tithepolicy :speeches ye have ,had" .here" ,'to ..--'I

r I yoipszalw iadindsal labor daring Henry Ward,.'a eoBpoetotia'that office, progr4igs"rceyra: Acfeipafc State do T'What can;, 'the State. of 3Iis- which"this gonnameaillall Ioug es- bsTOliastcwed.grtIi a great deal of p ti -

P, -. If all mr -_ .me1o"weretilery wrote! the beantifol,.bvmn eommeanag / -*> .. / .'"t sourido! extends tablished,.of.removing" tie Indus "to i toot Uu s5ir aarls' of.Senators, >rb c*ialj
-'ri}t6a ia oung: .would I-would cot live alway.* "' ,It has:.been ,;,* r 1'f. : conscrvatiTe f'ell. rprogressive-* .' along'-the,IeIIOZ..of each homes in ,the,Wed' ,< I'hwre nbOanff tt.to ,those. .of Ae Senator.'flour*><*-s=-*But ,,

"* ,. State. mow Jexasdolalbng;hcr 'pto that It is tiieUl, I will mot. siatbti ." t .
bo aztwLoitfc" -: : attributed to nip IIebe '? 1 ass! ', : can : v ;v-w **-_- _. r i. -- 4 t c.\-'f'

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ii:;now, ,a* we hare' said enough, we Il1di.WilIgii ham tlgoU!medal'for" \\ifrtjIALE.\ Il&Tei.uCi: Jri "' f Itp i& tha QiUlead ; I Con .' lit 'ia lubject.*

shall hare a rota. lam decidedly his Mnifaftv#jKV iV aIDeD dm ent. Itiiloa .,- J" "tj a = tof bbstilitieVaVtbty haTe I saidfes* tfeikiiatufof the Go,.
posed to, the wbols of this thing. I.do Mr. WALKER.: ,I do noi understand"the "And that he be farther requested: to been called.cg 4 have seen hostilities produced eruct of FIofida to 'thoZx'ecutive:of the

not think yon produce any moral impiissiwtf : honorable. senator from New Hampshire order a sufficient military force* on the before, and I have seen a clamor United'States/and the '
en.Billy tBowlegtfcssAiid if" ,to to the lions Bsade Jto>lxfflrso aZlp.'
; yonpass propose whip Indians-de frontier, 'between tieTJnited Stales and run through theeommnnity lirrBgstd'toit puca :
this amendment and fkflinpToduddgjkat predating upon Texas, with that army of Mexico, tov carry.out, our treaty, stipulv6onSwithtbatcmifftey4 ,and every man capablp bearing arms, provisions i contained in this amendment
',moral impression. Mm' Ihtf; old women/but t whip'tbese one htfadred ? :r'- i.-- would,be eager to rush to the. standard] .ouIil.t-J' ib1e.- lI'..waiM hf to'must
I next thing 'bt.Uattne will ke carry*, Indians hfjflonda abott whom so much j?Ttfr, )MORTOX I: hop&Hhis amend- but 'wnen"tne facts'came to be inquired j Prt 'hb,

ing on hostilities, and then we shall hire fuss made. That'was all that I under : meni,will not be embarrassed by adding into, it was found that it arose.from a act upon themand he'wonld probably
to declare that war eiiSti"bf\he-ac\; stood him-to throw out to
: i on these other propositions.The .: white man shooting an Indian""walking themjlhe'eonsequence
Billy fBowIegs.! wbeiv'in bet it will have Mr. HALE. The idea'was notoriginal I / amendment to the amendment was through his pwn corn-patch, carrying his ,b8r&IJIOtncted war whereas,by postpon-

been done byimrfiira actL [Laughter.] with me. '. J reJ .. t head 'YO, ,high;" that was bis-offence,* the, iagJbejaattcr the 'new Executive

T i hope_the amendment willnot.._be adopSeTcr .- WALKEIU. 24oulanot, sup- MrrHOUSTON L I was not present proud rascal! ;YessiryXhaTa.seen.fhst., cornea"in, Jha,jfcsult jnxy JwJjfferenU '

ted.I., pcsc it was. ,' when thisxmendment was introduced infavor But,-sir. we have the faith of the government The" arrangement was entered into by.a litc-K_ Y-l-IiL-Er'
lStSATOR3. Question l' Que> '-..Mr/WELtfeR., MarkTt is" ,!jnuolauon. of calling out the militia for the purpose 'pledged to another; frontier extending former ,Executive;. and Le hu not ba.a ( 'T l '

t tWill ", ;', ,. [Laughter.] I ::' oftremoving them,for,the reason that eight hundred \miles. You.do time to complete n' He can still go 8atnrttoT, muAPril..IIIL'
1, j"Mi ]10BTO Mr., President; I Mr. ,WALKER, But the proposition local jxmmositiea apdsdegrceof prejudicemay not,hear resolutions or amendments: introduced on with experiment to the end of his, --y. ._ .
knowlhat, i & till be: alarmed, made by the senator was' nC. which) :was exist in their minds to such an extent here for the protection ,of Texas administration.redoubt .' oas.rLLIAXetse,, I
fcjr::seeing me take the floor,!thai the pre really tru Now,I think the'proposition as,will disqualify the pnthoritieofFIors-! We have despaired 'of it. We:veatt point noi that the Indians',can bopaeificated Thi Iwieof&t tFillmore

ciens time" of t.heSenate will- be,consumejlby of the' scnittoiof auiIfafr, and,I believe da.fro. giving to theubcctthst consid.Crationto to, slaughtered ,citizens; to, 'numberless and that they will' go peaceably died,a|Washington on the 30th nit.' Mrs.FSIlmore .,
-a protracted speech., 1 wish this if any man'in the Senate would succeed which I think it entitled. I massaereed:women and hiIdrenwbohafall to'th olthelibrethren', aeroSs''t ,
: subject to be'treated" iq a.serio. J, manner' m such a command,ii wpuld be the am satisfied that the Indians would go to within, the last four years, yet' we Mississippi! ; that they will go to settle ,,it is stated,, had'feee*coffering
by the SenaVe. : Senator. from Ne.'niD shi'"and that the West, and would unite,with their I do not make such loud complaints for down in rtquietfand peace and'become from an affection of the lungs for several

v:;Bytrcaty: !stipulations; m'? 1832. the !he: ,with such 'a force< would1, succeed !in brethren, provided suitable agents were defence. The raking up of these Indian busbttndmen and agriculturists;-that they weeks past;'but her condition n& ncVbeen

United Stcicnt ed into a solemn obligation conquering( this hundred ,Seminoles in sent for that purpose, by,whom the wishes II'' matters i is the legitijnato business of the will CO to'a healthier, ,clime, to n&hee. regarded as ,critical .till a short tim
I ,to remove these Indians froai the Florida. IJut, Mrt President,Taco'in the of the government might,bo communicated Committee on ,Indian ..Aft'airs.anJ. \ 1 supplies, are: abundant-for the country fore her'death. The
. : State of,.Florida. All thai 179 ask now original amendment/ if I see anything at ,to them, and if all i L\tIoubetweel i live to resume; 'a place on this floor' atthe, of these Indianswes't! :of the Mississippi IS melancholy event
on the part of Florida, 'is.that-xthose :In all another Florida'war" 1 the citizens of Florida 'and the, Indians I next session, I,shall claim the 'high privilege surpassed by'none'on'earth in its prodfaetisn --' cannot but. awaken, the,deep sympathy$f
: 1iaeb11!' be i-cmorcd. :However.comtezaptitle ')lr.HALE. That i is it. r i was'allayed. of being i f on'that Committee; so that ,of corn and all the necessaries of Indiao -* the.whole country; in,the,sfSSctfw,,c()( .

. \i they,'may tain "number, they 'WALKER. :Not that'the troopsof I ,. Since I tame into the Senate cf the U. I'I'I if I am permitted to have 'my claim! res 'mfort., I have no doubt, that 'the Fillmore and his ,breuedfamily.jm.mditcly
)hire .defied all! tho" armies 'and all 'the the:United States :are unable to conquer States, hardly a session, has passed that ponded, I may stand forth.not to' eeek Indians'can be transported there 'without uprmiecemagjtba iafclftfisoce

Generals of>United States in their efforts Billy Bowlcgs and his' troops, but I claims from Florida have not come op to I favors for,the Indians,. but :to, vindicate difficulty, and incorporated :with their of the sad
- to remove, them,from;183G.to 1842.Thcrois that:wbenlhe' fight u commenced it is not an enormous amount to defray the e pen- them against,wrongs.andassioh.. Solong brethren/:whereas If yon authorize or giveto vPresSdeatKefca'aiMresied -

I. _a.small ban):now remaining. desirable to conquer'themt Th re11ibtspeculationenoughin sea of calling',out the military by Jh tState as I stand upon'this' floor, I will'vindieattheir the daring knd active spirit of''Florida to MrvFillmore i a-' fqflowin1Ottq_. of
; According to the stipulations entered into 'the conquest, but to aid in the suppression of'Indian ,rights,:and :they shall ,have _the,least,encouragement, as this amendment condolence! : 4

;:: |>y General Worthftbere ,were arranger it must be perpetuated-war longer than hostilities. We have had claims reflect justice! done them if there,is integrity 'or wonlddo1,, for ,encroachment" ,, upon' c r. 'ExEC11TE.)su r>, l'

meats mad, by which a cordon of military thev lutlonarywar must' be lent tap- upon it; but from. the remarks just made truth in the stipulations made by American the Indians, that'.Y ri mordent the agitation : 'March SO,1863.1:;tI'1'1)E.U
.:, posts was t&blitoprotecthset1e- to do what? To conquer Billy Bowlegi by the.Senator from Florida. [Mr MAI officers to the Indiana.Mr. ':would nappliancesoul4: 'be'iadej'or aD:'Information .bssijust

ments,fronijtbe!,incursions and"depredqtions Tustenuggee, and, 'a fewothcrs. ,' LORTiI,{earn, for the first time, that the MALLORY,, Mr.:-I'rcsident, I,: : .the'purpose of removing the Indians'thinhabittits"wouId 'reached,me cf the drathT f Mrs.Fill more.
, of these Indians.: Notwitbstand' the Mri MALLORY.; Do I understandthe Pi sid n' has made a,communication to have listcred with'"great deal pleasure urge i it,upon I beg you:to ac pttheasjnrince of my
. : : fact that we'h (f a gejniJita.ry' force honorable senator to say.-' ,ttiisl body:upon the subject of,the removal to my, honorable'friend from, Texas, [Mr., the g istmeutand.tb'y ,would considerthe earnest coidol lOorinthiatea&m'ye.
there in 1849, they,;passed"the, Iraq and Mr.WALKER.: Tdo not attribute,this of these Indians :Tarn i: not i in favor'of .HOUSTON,} ani I have doubt, if the adoption such a:.proposition,:as_.a ment. -
_ murderodmany citizens. ,The people motive to the Senator from Florida -bynomeans. : 'tho for and for l los93 U'ever'reach those warrant for' "' '
:, calling put onhtia' pay i debate here ph Indians any'outrage they .tiig1st'o.: m Yielding to'ay deepHeeKngs-fef.3 yni-
.. : ,of, Florida* called,}upon,[tho, General : t B ,to an,immense,amount. 'Really I do I Billy Bowlegs, of whom you have heard mit.,- "The.infernal Indians will not'go; patby;and fn'testimony of respect for th.
: jGovernraent'Jo interfere,and protect her Now, I will say what ltLInk of this not know that any State has ever received : to. much, in common with'others of his they'are'bound,to gof and,.we.'will make memory of the deceased, lli"'e' directed
t. '
citizens from the murderous tomahawk cf matter. If Florida' will go on and, by the same amont of appropriations for tribe, who are murderers and cut-throats',. ,tbeni'go," In that,way,a war,might grow; the meeting of the'cabinet this thy to:be
-' Iho-Indian.". Our women and children the exercise of her civil authority, take defensive purposes which Florida has re- that they would feel! indebted ,tot:the honorable ,up Florida. / :*.w<; suspended _and!' thepobliorofBeeSftobeclosed : t
} .have,bean,:slaughtered and murdered by these Indians in charge and remove them ceived. I know of none other that has. Senator from:,Texas for' standing ,Why'could not'two,hundred determined y ,Z M : w-3 -" 'T,.'1
,i"; them,,and we, call upon the parent i- beyond her limits, as ,she has a right to ,Mr. President, if you authorize the here and upholding bim. ir,'who are ,,men expel this hundred warriors; it it ram 'with mstrconsidentionf.Tour
\.: jernment, .comply with its treaty stipulations remove them, the government of the U. President of the'United'States to do that these Indiansfowhom, all this sympathy was necessary to' m.pelthem; '(a go west? friend/ FRANKLIN PIERCE. '

," and remove these Indians. States will foot tho bill, ifit laa fair one; which is proposed by this,amendment, be is expressed, and who are spoken of hereas I,have no idea of voting'more means for Hem' MICLARD. 'FILLMOSZ, ;; '
', .it As.to the,point to which they sro to be and that too, without a provision of this will have but little discretion left to him. heroes who have been driven from off 'so enterprise of that kind'than arc"physically : ':; ;:; F. Washington; C1Mrs.
,removed know not and_care not. The kind. I believe, Florida is amply able to Sir, a case can always be made out of,sufficient their soil by a sovereign State? Who arc ,and oosolutely necessary, and t shall :

'established policy of .this government for do it. Her senators' seem'to hesitate about strength and sufficiently imposing they The remnant of an Indian tribe qot vote for the amendment, because I ,D7LTfl k J, anrcusJ r 'i,_ '
many years_ has been to remove the Indianswest the matter, and to doubt whether th'President in character, to require tho President which by treaty engaged to'go west, which ace that it would lead to war, bloodshed, '
*** j. can has order these General CASS ,died at Detroit
appreciate authority
MiooKMfppi. out i to act in conformity with the and it would lead ,
t reqoisi.ion was paid for so doing, which received the massacre; to the destruction '
".I:' .Tery,friend well the from sentiments Arkansas. and,know feelings it is of a authority troops now of, and Congress therefore for the they want the I of the governor of that State; or, if he pay and then sped to the woods' and, 'refused of the Indian warriors;and when Michigan,. on the 3 1st,oik.. :Shehad.been

jny great annoyance; and nuisance State do not believe that is purpose.I believe docs not, clamors will be raised that he to go. the men are destroyed, of coarse the ,wOmen ill some weeks, and the public were not
have Indiarr tribe its any borders. the necessary. has permitted its citizens, to butchered. Is it the fa.tit of the State of Florida and children will be reduced to star altogether unprepared 'for;,the sad "an
an the
to question honorable chair-
All that we"askJi.tLat tho upon Indians in of the Committee put by Now, sir, I will guarantee that, if these that money has been expended in the attempt vation. I:cannot'see the'justice, of ,this, nouncement. ,
our man Affairsis
on Military ludhns arc let alone,and not cncroacicd to remove these Indians? The at and I will never consent to do injustice __. .I
State shall be i i
t ;removed, according to the pregnant with an affirmative. The President 9
upon until proper appliances can be made tempt has been made by almost'everl or inhumanity if I can avoid it. enEZDTTY.aY OCOKGIA. .
treaty stipulations,west of the Mississippi has the if he
now is
.;. I. power, willing by the present Executive, they will be removed General in the Unitee States army, from Mr.,BUTLER. "move that the further
thoso from the State Alabama
as and to exercise it but I do
not think the Pre- r'
I ; and without this The Spring Term the 9eogj.p
jutber States ,east of the have sident has looked peaceably, bloodshed, the general in-chiefdown, and every one consideration of bill be postponeduntil
Mississippi it
: : been removed. We ask the Government sufficient importance.upon I think as a matter that the of and we shall thereby be saved the expenditure has /iiIed-failed, in tbe judgement of to-morrow. bytery is now in session in,this place.'

to ,comply with the stipulations of the gallant authorities of Florida should take of several hundred thousand dollars every man who understands,anything of Mr. CASS. Let us have a vote. The Ministers present : Rev.:Mn"QaarUfninvj
and ,that force shall the ; for, if you keep but one regiment of Indian chlr.1cter-by adopting the modes debate is now finished. Re,.
:treaty, a .proper be subject in hand as a matter of exccu- j l\odentorj' Dr. RossSiiWCrerk/;
Florida militia
in the field for one of civilized warfare parcel of savages Mr. BUTLER. If we can have a voteI
year, a
to enforce the removal of In- among
granted tion of their
pie internal .
own policy, and try I Delegates-Rev.)lessrs Burrowt 5oho
the expense would probably be $1,200- in forests almost impenetrable when am ,willing to have'it done, and will :
.:,. The, people of'Florida are willing to rid themselves of an evil which must ,
'., to do, i ii( themselves provided the United be an annoyance. 000, or at the rate of $100,000 pcrmontb, perhaps thousandth part of the money I withdraw my motion for that purpose. Wino,Sumner Winn,Weight and Myers

.- I States will:foot the bilL We only want The amendment to the amendment and this for the purpose' of killing a hundred expended, if spent legitimately and properly I The motion to postpone was accordingly Elder A. W. Crichton, Delegate from
" proposed Indians The militia, sir, never can in the hands of the volunteers of withdrawn. Jacksonville '-
that shall to the President Mr. Church. '
yon give authority by RUSK in reference to the '
- to call out the volunteers of the State Texas, a division conquer the Indians. Tho'Indian8 have the country, would hare entirely removed I The question recurred npcn )Ir. 3Ial-. 'us.-_ __U i
. State. I follows upon xvasagrec'dto their hammocks and their places of retreat, them; because men familiar with the lory's amendment.Mr. ACC1DE.TT 1.1 ST.AVG VST13.;
hope collcague'anmcndr
I my entf as 24, not counted.
ayes noes which inaccessible the JBy :... ,
are to militia. character and warfare of the Indians MORTON asked for the yeas and i '
f iajbeadopte4..,ilr, IELDS,. wish to The question amended.Mr. recurred. upon the amendment As I have said, a regiment of mounted would be much more dangerous to them nays upon the amendment:and they were a private letter from ,St. Augustine,
enquire as
: ', : whether the President has not this GWIN. We have Indiansin men in Florida would probably cost 81- than those who did not understand them.I ordered. to a friend in this place, we, learn that Mrs.Geo. .
,nowwithout, this enactment State for which I should also like 200,000 for one year's service. It wojuld, concede that the Senator from Texas Mr. WELLER moved that the Senate .'R. Fairbanks, of that city, receiveda
power my therefore, be a great caving i if you weru to is artful in all the matters to adjourned.Mr. .
Does ibis give Lira, additional authority to provide and therefore 1 have relating very serious injury on Monday last. Ware
: any a very and
appropriate 510,000 515,000, place Indians; but I should hardly like to appeal HUNTER. I hope the Senator
;, ? strong Inclination to offer the following I i it in the bands of some agent who wouldexpend to him for information on the subject from California will permit us to take permitted to make ,the following. ex
-* Mr.: 3JALLORY. I should Jike to have amendment to the amendment: it for the real trcti: "'
advantage of the Indiana and to consult him about Billy Bow- the vote upon this question. If we ad- 2
the question answered myself. I am'unable "And that the President be also authorized and in furnishing them the necessary -i legs, and the chiefs and the Indians in journ now'the whole debate will have to '"Mrs. Fairbanks got very badly hurt
to say. By the constitution, he to call out in the same manner supplies. Starvation often drives t the I Florida. There is scarcely a family in begone over again to-morrow. yesterday. She was sitting in her carriage,
I l President has 4 rigtt td call out ceitain one regiment of California militia for the, Indians to war and encroachments. In- that State? which has not lost a relative The motion to adjourn, on a division, waiting for her husband, when the horses

,!J forces id certain contingencies. He, is defence Mr. DOUGLAS of the frontiers of that State." dividuals go and kill their stock, or commit among those Indians. They must\ be was not agreed to, as follows-ayes 19, started; the carriage was broken to pieces;
' I think the chairman
::1 tPpfuwJ rin-chierofthearmj and navy some them which incenses know the 22. she, ,thrown
outrage upon supposed to something of character noes was out,,and her jaw-bone
I cfthe.United,Stales/and tho constitution of the Committee on Territories will them and that is the The broken
; generally of these Indians; The Governor of question was then taken upon the in three places. Tbe' physician
I "i1tltotiies hiM protect the States against have to come in and take care of his children cause of hostilities on their part. I have the State must supposed to know something j amendment Mr. :Mallory,which upon thinks she,will not recover." _

f. invasions or insurrections;' but I have yet and therefore I shall have to,move lived nearly to the age of three score,andI of their chnracter. The membersof a division, was,not agreed to,, as follows :- _._ U ,
to be pointed to tho clause which gives the to insert "Minnesota, New Mexico,Utah, never during the whole course of my the legislature, coming from all partsof -ayes 19, noes 24. V a.. FRIGATE.SURAXAC, ,ASUORC.
President power to call out troops to enforce and Oregon.0Mr. life knew a treaty to be violated by the the State, must be supposed to be ac- :
the.removal of the Indians under ; OASS. It will be found, on referring Indian commnnitiy which was made with quainted with it. I defer 'much to The Capitol Extension Frauds. We' learn.from the Savannah'papers

treaty stipulations.! I have not found any to the law) that tho President has the United Stat sin good faith. It never the judgment of the Senator very from Texason that the U. S. ,steam ,frigate: &.ia ae,

1 authority' and I do not think it fall power to call out',any regular forcesor will be done. The Indians always regard Indian matters; but I am'sorry. to see The following synopsis the testimony ,Capt. Long,.,bound from Havana to,Savannah
I exists. militia necessary to4hc defence of any their faith. They know that they are the him on this floor to-day as the advocate before the Senate's committee for investigating .went ashore about fifteen miles
*.Mr. RUSK. I move to Amend the part of the Union. With respect to Texas, weaker part, and that, in the event of acoliledon of this broken-down band Indians. frauds on Government is from 'South of '
amendment by adding to it these words : therefore, it is wholly undecessnry in any they would be the sufferers The Senator alluded to certain Florida the Washington Union Tybee,bn,' Sunday; 3d instant,

"And that the President be authorized point of vicir. He has full and general They know that they have not the resources claims. Now, I lave presented a "1. That large portions of'the materials at4oclockP! .M.., the weather' at, thetime'

% to call out in the same manner one regiment authority,under the constitution and laws, of the white man; and, let me add, claim, since I have been on this floor, for used in constructing the foundations being quite' thick. 'Li ul Niches

of Texas militia.for tho defence of if the the state of things requires it, to call they are almost always the injured party. services in Florida; and though he says of the building, and in the superstructure went P1.to v 'nah'on': ,the-4tb, .in'a
the frontiers of that State." out militia. With respect to the authority -. Whv press upon this little handful.of that State has received as much or more ,are of an inferior eharicterand not in small boat, for assistance;when the steamers
'l < it turns precisely l on the point: tndfans? Are the necessities of Floridaso with the terms of the' -
.1ir!. President,, the Senator from Arkansas for defensive purposes than any other, conformity contracts Gordon and J. Slime
If the Florida Indians 3mrnediate.l1espatehcd't
in of were
[Mr. BORLAND] has justly complained are a state great that, extended over a vast area I absolutely deny'it,and I call upon-him. "2. That much'larger quantities,of materiaN ., r1
of the policy the,United States h'OstilitJ'-if the frontier i i. placed in a of country, with sparse population, her to prove it. I all for the data on whichhe I : ,than were' necessary have",been 1 her,aid. .She.Saraxac

,IIi,forcing all,their Indians on the b rd rsf'Arkans state of danger-the President has powerat people cannot, find employment within bases it The United States have cal- nsed, in'some instances doubling'the e stoqhCf" drew 17 feet water, and was lying,broadside
It is oppressive and annoyin" all times to call out the militia or regular the settled limits of their country for the led upon the citizens of Florida occasionally work without improving in:any on in 15 feet water.) About I50j tons

1 to that State, beyond all question; butt troops. The question whether are investment their capital, without! running for supplies,'and those citizens have degree the appearance or 'increasing the of coal had been thrown overboard,!and ii
it has' been the settled policy of;the government. willing, existing circumstances, to in upon,tbo hammocks of the In. come here for their pay; but the larger strength of,the.building.. : I was'believed that'with favorable weather
If, however, the Senator from interfere remove these Indiana am diana, interfering with'their fisheries and portion of the expenditures the Florida "?.:,That much '0(' tb.eork' has been I ,
'Arb i.ias'bas 'a right to complain, I have now prepared to decide. If they are mere their hunting'grounds? There is no necessity war went into the pockets of your Quartermasters done 'in a manner so, inartistic as to render after takingout htuniO.oI. 7'r would
'double the right to complain that,he ba; wandering Indians,,I am not now prepared for it. Let'us use,a little forbear and Commissarys from the it unsuitable and insecure, and'so unsightly i be got off_uninjured, 't '

; 'Indians 'have been sent out from'sixteentr'aeventeen7 to remove them. Wo have such Indiana DnCe., Billy Bowlegs Is not such a terrible different States of the ,Union, and not a. as to reflect_discredit upon the architecture The Saranac was to sail for the,Mediteranian -
probably, in almost every State in scare-crow, or,so anxious for war when in' the of the country. '
&ra past,and they have for single man of Florida was 'after touching at tbatport. ,Shansr
that length of time made,war upon Texas: the Union.,. W.have almost lour times be cannot be advantaged by it, that'he is enriched by'it. 'I am scrry to see an endeavor '4. That systematic, speculation and n '"
as many in Michigan,and.I suppose there invade the formidable embezzlement Pensicola, ,:via* Havana., ,
lam prepared ,to show, from the documents going State of made 'by' the Senator from Wisconsin have been practised by the > -
'. that,,the United State hue per11ttd are some in all the Western States. Thereare Florida. [Mr. WALKER] to get up the idea Persons entrusted ,with i the, superintendence The: .Savannah, 'Newt',states,,tha't two
: their Indians',to go there in viola'lion l but three hundred of these Indians I will not vote for the amendment that the hostilities with these Indians and management of the work, by ships> the_ C""
:of the plain 'provisions of :a treaty, believe and, and that would give but between lam satisfied that', any encouragementgiven will be protracted ordor enabieFlori means of false accounts, 'vherebyarge:! aground within thejssl ,six weeks' in the

% requiring them to restrain. the Indians.Aportion .- fifty think seventy-five that warriors, and I do to"the executive of the State will l da to ,get more money' out of it. The portions, (in some instances ;nearly:one vicinity{ the.p1ac where th&, broifito
; ,ofthese, Florida Indians ,were iftbey are wandering Be succeeded by demands upon the Executive ,.very object of this amendment to cut half) of the public money,'charged to the :
want it.would be neecssary,to declare war of the United States for labor now lies :and is!informed that,the sailing
Bent';but a few'erssgo 'to their lands -they will be the matter short.. If Congress feel disposed Government as paid have been !
'west'of the Mississippi; under.the lead of upon them. so importunate, and:newspapers will getup to remove the Indians at all-and abstracted, from',the ostensible 'wages of charts, give: ten_fathoms water,at that place.
t : the .Wtbrmted'Wild: Ca ,The instant Mr. MORTOX.to' I ,ask the ,Senator tories of combat, the most melancholy having undertaken, it, I suppose they the laboring men' as the condition their If this be:so, the error should.be properly
from California
withdraw his
t "they came'there, they commenced'depredaturas amendment and terrible details will be' narrated, should do it-this amendment intended employment and pocketed by the sup nin. corrected; '::"3r'
,inth State,of Texas, and have for a moment:, but all Will turn out to be fustian at last. to accomplish it with the least expense tendent'arid his subordinates. I-'_, __ ,.

'continued' them.Jt ,,Mr.'Ir.:,GWIN.RUSKl?: 'I As will I do so., Yet such tales will be circulated throughout and with the greatest humanity to the Indians '"5.-: That in' some' instances, incompetent NJCT, F. Messrs.:. Hankins,:&
understand from the United State. and there will bo 'themselves. i who"were ''Dot..m mechanics eehn& '
objection to the removal of i persons bougistoutth.! ; : store"of
have thc honorable
no: ,senator from that '
; Michigan great cry raised of the, cruelty ft the The hcnorahle Senator haTe'n employed for work in whith .
from Texas 'Messrs. & ,
from'the State f Florida but Moody .Boulkr in
Indians > the uhisplsee
th* ; : .this arith already' *
Indians and '
) of their massacres of the toot>seem to 'understand that the President skilful, .mechanics wer? requrrcdj' and '
:jfhiieton pyIdefdttbatuiioviFby' : I move t io:reconsider; the vote by which people on'the frontier. 'The country will of the United States, by a special i 'this, not inadvertently nor ignorantly, ,They Te now'quite m'I large;and elegant. ,
;;Hying;: authority for ealling"bui tEfl troops ;the'amendment' ,to the, amendment. was, be alive with, the cry,'and people will be message; has referred'the; labJect directljf and, in some i instances, the 'subordinate assortment of'gooda,:and thejf will',doubtless -

'that porpowi P01 fc BPn Mme"of P"n'"Spies agreed to. ready to fly to the standard of Florida to to u., He has said ''to, .os,...-If you are 'superintendents were permitted to rceviulljournejmen'a t receive\ a,liberal share. ,.t9f t T.i; e publicpatronage.
of J>tftt, opportunity Mr.:MALLORY. :I desire: to'say,to defend ber.against a few hundred ( 1 for theL'own
hnrt 'of Texan,Yolunteer* tode.tfcna the honorable' senator in poor; disposed 'to'let tIieIndiahztontinueiuFlonidA : : wages .apprentices ., See their,'advertisement*,,In
from '
,*regiment Michigan, miserable half starved Indians
whom '
well but if ; ,
d Cen very are disposed '
itIeraithiy are,uot to the ; you this paper. > r :Jl f
; cur reply rernarkawhich-bejsas, made; humanity requires that yon should feed to "(L Thatmnre' ,have been'employed '
nA'been defended that the Indians Florida ,torequire.thOm. :gd weatyOnmust give persons -..' -T----< '. v-' \
cdrtbdy w are not win rather than exterminate. The : the than e S"r
Indians work
met carry were neOesiiryoP ,
authority to out yo r determination. upon r. ,1 ttwe 'f .
J.Wsico toeannexatiorj'of TejCtf.irIho : a state of hostility; bat that they stand want j justice and I: wish' there '', 'the 'of
J, b''N ewi were an That is what the'President.says; proper; especially work moving ne" will appear,in OUR next.as 1 :;",;trf"XPPo'INi
.ho'nora defyingtbeauthorsty of United States, abler man than stand to
: myself to this and should not the materials_Tromjthejeycral depots the
upon why we
i ijretMrUALZseeUiS -u.plak.: and preparing (hostilities., The special floor and demand ; pow )i:i.o.'EIiWJIae1b ftr M
n : in'theft behalf that 1 erT The,honorable Senator from-Texas walbrwbere, in many instances, eight or
1 mself witty ora>every :snb,| _ _
eeelDllO. tbinkthawitIzArc"wut pf old to'jhe ,President. :A)message of are despoiled'everything. ,Their.territory this amendment devolves'authority.on the at, a cost ff some $10,. day,to'do .
r voracu MWU\-> n4fiiy'B. 'qlegs the:fyesldent, upon ,the,subject'ddll'eIupon is taken from:them. 'They arc rob ExecutiveotF1 rid tvis avoid that wbatwould l have been',easier i 'andmore .iostp (&j rra; ( Zc&hL&ne.

"and bl*Indians'from Florid' \should! our tabl He says that if Congress bed of their annuities,,and the1 purchase it !s introduced to put' the whole matter; appropriate,for,two,men and"one'horse, at reportedi: ,the newly! arprx>\nted.O<>U
x""Vto'see thtt'honorable. senator omiwlllUthnkbinl- determines that the Indians may remain, money.for their lands is taken'by'felons. in the bazds'ofthe Executive :'that the 3adav .l Otorat'e, ri&ih. \ c
f1 -'* --i.v. A m S+, ho will let,them remain ; bull Congress Is: ';1Islands'represent :
not this something tlrat,should be Commissary? tnd Quartermasters'',expen* 7. That \the Bcaffotding" around. the 'iLaie advices'
I'J 41 fttugcornmand of.it. .1 will, determines that' the 1cCiian shall remove looked at and'considered :They bare no ditnres shall,be revised at-thd 'Executive i'w.lIs.;which, under the contracts,', should f'ut 'th&al.
; .111, i:, ltlD W it'he:e I i in conformity to the treaty.then be wishes one hereto appeal in:their' behalf 'Or to I Departments of.the federal 'goernmen4 ,have, been made at the expense of. the efiorts wer : 4'

j tfa roft'eTti n hat. Hima the- 'action'of Congress..The" tell their griefs and wrongs to American and that,claims may come"here* properly'adjudicated'upon contractors,has been paid for,by the government ing,and steps ajwgtJO UMe 'to annex

{ 5fl4O jfltDtOf :justu motion' to\reconsider thnend. cars; but it nevertheless true that their and that not more 'officers t an:expenseof many wonsanddollars. them to- the,UAtted tle .1''tbrghiy
1oo1dn i hlmselt! <'oomem COD- and the question recurred' l history Is'. history{f wrongs' untold. If may be employed, and''under*,tnch ., ":_ Tj' '
; *hTfi -Wild'eat and the D iuC4s, ment'of Mr.BuattqthO amendment 1 senators '" .JinT'of stagestoTTin
independent' their position, conditions the-ExccutiY?of the wholcountrthpmpeitojiresctibO. 8, \'Xhatin i various other:Travs igdjn '!'
?andjf bo remain! face to'pc' with them Mr. MAIXOBT.r r cannot stand forth and: vindicate the .. smaller! amountsrthe-4abor-az& j j ,6 A,1( n'. o s_1l"cr r f W1e- .

J ri .bours nd"'kezps lila hair' zpon MORTON.. I ask'my friend' from ,wronged Indian,'where is halo look 'butt Mr.:. HOUSTON.did not misapprehend ,paid for by the government have, through 'is in:'coateajjatioiu.,' 11)' soJdf" t11t

-hIib-e4r i.iingagetb$:tL e' St&te'ot -Texas to withdraw it, .:f' the Great Spirit.for redreutsnd that the'gentleman. 'I did"not intend the negligence or connivance,and in some < itr.'m "
"'I'.suI .,'the 'wonien and chDdr u Mr.:RUSK. I withdraw it...:' comes slowly when compared to the activ and be should not suppose it, :imagine .instancesTby,the,directionf of,the person \( Macaua&n: .PA'
\ i_ on bejtmitJer o1tbtStateto be Mr.' GWIN.: Iwithdrawni'amtnd.- ity of the avarice of the'wicked.. ,:''. ::: that the Governor' Florida! would derive in wge'or the.work,-'been converted tofestabjuh' .... {"abdwecnthatprpsrc'Unft_ ,.,t. t ftg_ '

1nid "td' -JDurdet byihess Teri; ment *o amendment, *No,' 'sir, I'clnD9t TOt, for the amendJ any authority from the ri9tke'whkb I I'n the private van pf themselves and thm,If : i



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,} that elaunif tltVIas* i ii; BEEP..N?. GG. the lithe Sad Comnty taxes
.jenra, BaUsOooper and (3arkCounaIiiei thereof aa pay .r
?rlms1 !J 20.00, : ,C A FLO L4N. Na ..tt-OR_!DA., sad ski ais* sqi. es s JUt tkcfvoa ta
,:! coo :aAp m3.'cif the .J&ai >nimte, ..ft last, rase'gretie read.t& BACbSHams., 16shoadea .J ts'Itbaits wit 40 a res af lAM oear tke WkftoBwpharSpriaza'on 1 t

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.. .- 8idosju ? -aj ft| 1S aaaMaed tethaaauteafJew *B-Rood,. Jo.BT .

. W of' ,wrecks- fr, 1852.,._, TO. _. ,2S. ,.,) wtt. >xaY of] essrs d:$, KcRori, Moody BREAK Foot fc Kavy.fe i0Z Il ..oy3dn.daJ TffBPALATKA e.va'J.CJI.UI'.2ft05 Z3PA' .. Mnsad. fl8U..,,..;.mot : '1 }

.j much leas than iL toy perion year,the k oultei. .Ambler& Hoeg- and W. s. BUTTER Go'it. .373 eveey jBMaeW T A.jfTPlCOLATA.llAiLaadjJ jaw, 6 L. s.Idicta.>iR, t.L.LB..'a., .J. "- J

: 'avenge for the nine 'jaw'''icing 3$ 5SkTbe :i Dona1d.ou W1te aertrally, oo notion by, CANDLE Florida. Sperm, .9l+lm ,60 fJJ 1-". P.M. .'. _. T' tar.= Alligator-- r'CSlnmbis' 'l'd"Ceti,tl'hty Jae'oaliedoe'ltixs !...!_. t

amount awarded for darin AdamantittaCHEESEy 'ID : .WlleiveCIIARr.1lsTt13t'n. > t,eoafitf e y>eeaad a*IsmHdsy aft
Councilman l I
.. ., salvage g Bunlaid; on the table.Biticf .; _. Jb : 12 rU ry TaaJyf at S ?. ,JUtaralar, wW leave B seavaasn-by way is wa saatlaH .
'- the'isme period was 134,762, egaast} .: C. Drew 'a G.r'otenACo COFFEE. Ca1a.12._, PALATKA.IS o'clock/A.HLmACK CBS coLLE .. COVGlt < .- 'a.C-o 4eTv
.', A.Pier,' dis byl2Jol _la*.
3 PJU JACKS03mLLK.J ri,4 $75,852 IfllSM=a TengeTor nine u; .Bio Jb "s13 Cert"_ K c.c.u.; M.lA81'I -
jean ; weft oreRd : nitwit entered These Steamers eofineet with an the tateriot bufcr. M'
C& COiCMna ._ i-a
the"amoral of 7avnDOMESTIC W 18 Stages of East Florida and geen.etobori. ways at. ..S.lrsMudsyd Ka1.' *
f97,18&-- bear into ,
expense* by CotaxaL'BiUs GOODS. with the New York BteeaArpT.CartliiaRsihntds 'ao stacaaW Bsiy8ke..adfw ttk ULIII: sf. .
the fo1lowisgdesedbed prepgvl
nd E67fi63,.against. lSg, SS la 1851; t: of H.'D. Holland".for atationeryo :Skirtings. ;.1114.. e and tba WflnUngton Boats ,- ?r. thereof at wl1pxtbt>M+ ComatyUroaaa skit evenly. "advaneejtlaeaoa. ."'at J Mist' .Brsal
fiboetings 111. 12 Panago trnm ftartartoa et JsUfcs wvni.r. there u .
1 / the total Moottat of salvage and expense and of Clark of Council,, for services Drills 111. '12 frma PlnnlsTi and Talatta filarFate *He a.n1'7r.2ar. ti*-ta C.lsmbiaCataty ; wit laad4
il6.531 1165 and lie Oaaaha ld' '1a 112 ; 4Q acne toand.sei5attdlayam.apdWrrewttartb af loaf esteemed talneywieir:ilhua af mjar
085 the ia 1eloatII
,agautss v ;skid| capacity, ftre ,oa.motioa.1r FISH, Mackerel 111 4 ( .J.w.C LW F Charleston; (aitaatioa'.waJ non&di scceroy,add b bailiulntjisfiM aa4

of Teasels and cargoes wrecked $781,300, Councilman Clark ordered to be paid. FLOUR, Canal 'bbl I : Bi+iLLCHABsR. L Jackaonvilte.. LCM14iLL1a,J.rI / wc UUesaciatkrowHak ski* .
gainst 1941,500.-avenge for the Dine The returns of the :Inspectors.of the BaltimoreGRAIN 'y1bl 00 BB.BHD,Palatka.. ,ja8 tine-i a.s.nec&or.. and with great ef&caey,far tha;.,ec
Corn ., "fIbah 'I 00 feb 3-If 33. vises af diseases. I
yean JOG 1,057. election held 6a the 4th last.,for the officers PeasGUXPOWDEBv- : 00 50 dlligatorColumleiiCePla.Jas.3, .rte ,,. >. i iI

I of, the Town being presented the 11 m 50 FOR ENTEBPR1' TA&.COUBCTOMg8AtE.. '*TAilirER'*'L., ;' tI
I. .
The Florida Ship Canal. HAY w. 150 AND CCIZKMXDXATX I -fie !
P.-v..4'-Ia" "
following found be cl. 'SARAH'8PA1D. -the law.! I -
gentlemen were to HIDES?Dry 'f1 8 y steamer BtTfatno
I _' 1.-i : Cape A..& .... forssJo before the Crort.Booao, I.i ;3&fatnrs eaBTMcaM !
Deerskins. 1
'i 10. 12 : p afret*
A correspoadent the New York Con- ected TIX: mONo all kinds ': & 6 GO 00 thoreezhly overuialed,,sill at Atligaiosvoa tie 4rrt>lo dayof JkUy JtJi.GUoWiBC mat with theM9e ef riMaey:W tea.

martial. .r, writing from Tampa, 1 q Rev Isaac.Swart,TntrndanL TMessrs. LARD, 1cui tbf u ciilE. aammo her regale trine becwuea thisjDlneo aad described pvosrty. or.:mesh .,patio...leaf known an* I
Jacksonville Wednesday the Stato aad Csua'y taxes
; Enterpriser leaving every thereof aa will,y
ayaa-- Cyrus Bisbee, Calvin Oak, H. !! 'fblij 2 00 : att o clock.A jLarrfvtag at Palatka same day. and thoneeeeaart etp Mt dvo thereon.to wit: "ltelr pecnliar e5e.q Ia c.n.c
be iansHlanti of this 'thriving little LUMBER steam tawed'"m 800 a 1400 having,Palatka every 'Thursday at 81 o'clockAMA land 9d ,war'Ppckey Crocs and aDar. otke* .t&elesIes.flu
80 of rat
EL W. Clark, ,John Clark John H.H. Ranging Timber 111D 5010,00 connection with lb.steamers..G_ aorta action U amra nACaauaad>i mlaanj a heal. i
wonde l11- James A.
tlipboard Tillage are just ntir totnd stsea.J$0 Cooper,.
Bo it and'S. N. Williams; i1M' Shingles 'ii m 400 1 00 and Florida wad arriving. at Enterprise sumo day: belonging 'LK.4SCKLBB ttiooeditioa of the UTM, this. maMJaj j
stirred the for the 1832. ,
ly, up by reports liven respect MOLASSES, I So returning so ssrto .oeaed'wWiiICM'"elakaa" teams. .year tko on at the MAS tian fftftjkh* icM.Ik* I
ing'the practtoabfity! of a ship canal across Whereupon the oath of office was ad- NAILS, ,1Ub e CaroHaaJ Savanna*and CharieatouForfreignt Jn tl ; TM aaitosBC ail CDI1ee&or.mca "- "f\ 1
Fla Ja3d 1(3?
oa beard a UBI8BEK ;;Cdnmiba Co, -
or apply .
the State by the exploring partywhich miniateredto, the POU. Iaaacc watt, In- OILS, Sperm 'fIiPl 123 150 c.uov psssare A.Art's. JscksonviDo. t; ;

has recently come in. Property has risen Liaseed I 112 125 K. R. DUKES Ageat Pslatka. COLLECTORS SALEY ; The valuable HadldsMs above a
tendant elect by His Honor H D..Rolland POSE Men 'ibhl I 2200 .' .- .' at-- -TAX recently bees faired wad vtofc tha ayatavalof
excessively the gnides. Boring the Jaa 2' TTriao of tho'Fowor Vested iao'Vr Taw
npon '
a number of,k.Ktsvcax Psomues ia ,
Intendant and Prime ) t
to Messrs.H.H W. 00 :
last week, many tillage lots bare changed PORTER London GO New-Yttk Pt obt Lliie I abaQ onoso for al*bufbvo tlleCed&BOOM lit City of BahfiMro and ehttwkera, at lapnettehave j ,
hands.. Clark John Claki 8. N.TOlliams ind AICgatoroa .1nc1loada1.r iI7'lB93, -.
One"which had becu held dunng ; RAISINS. 1iJbb1j18 00 4 00 louowbtgaacriliia'pr.er&I.W ao mach aaoieeded sacs*. aJniulilj. tmcrtog ,
.tlie winter u WOO,sold for$600. Another Jalvin JaV, Coun pie \vice. t, by.Hia; SALT,." 50 thereof as trill pay t1lt State aad County taxes tke diseases for wkkfc they nei.JIIII- ;
with the building,could get no purchaser Honor Isaac Swart IntendantsThe SOAP, Amer yellow 10 aad tko necessary expenses .. esata wit eribcd. ;Th, art mdtotoCsaatttitiaatf ;< .
;nw&anei wkk*IM ess U aU. 1 -
SHOT stall aiiec ,
9 10 situated ia the Culumbua- &,
at $1000 a month sold: yesterday T one town
sgoi present Clerk of Counsil declininga SEQARS, SpabUb. jj 25 00 00 belonging,to and amassed to James LXrocyer. peas depend upon,w actfand U,a 4..4M rn
for $1,500. 'The for with tile&Jeue tlIda.of tbemsesJoas d i
surrey jhe AmerieaaSPIRITS 10 00 00 ,THE NEW AND REGULAR' LINE. 01 ;
canal is yet to be made; all that this spectdatiTe re-election to said office, he was requested Brandy 4 00 Packets between New York,Jacksonville, *adalAtka far heyde. ,.IBS2jng LL&IICELYB,I sad Judidwfol >kJ.ae.ad
excitement is based upon is the by flit.Board of Council to continueto ;HpHaol Gin, Algal 130 $ ,composed by'tie New" aai. last ailing. Tar amaietand Collector. with tha roles ot Pliiamy, wad. ueep.eiagy.trrGghb 1 J'

simple fact that a line for the canal baa discharge the duties of said office'until tt.. ,Bam, !+gal. 0 140 Schooners Alligator,Colombia Oa,Fin,Jan..34, 1S32.TAX act ao readily as the CUy.Fhysleiaa a eale.ss'vth.have ea ah
n. GO
been found which J OSEPH QRICE 270 tons Boecas, Com'i .
be better
proves to his successor shall hare been elected. SUGAR. Florida alb 8, 10 JERSEY OAK, 160 tons, J.S.Boatss,Corn's COIXECTOBA sAL>C: 0. prtteri.a Jd..r lPbr.aa ..

I thin was anticipated. The supply of.water On motion by Councilman Williams '_ Loaf aad. ended'f1 J3 15 will ply regularly between the pcrts.Agent Virttto of tie Power Vested ia try law, >
promises to be abundant, and there is TALLOW, f1 10 12 in New York, B't shall for 1S1e before'tko Court Seethe descriptive FssrpsJets,.to'W. ;;
bat the alight elevation of twelve feet to the election andaPP'oinment of the several TOBACCO, 11 20 0 JOSEPH GRICEV&teNt. IIeaeutAlMgs4OT expose_the in Monday cf Hay cntia af aQ who hart Uafie ctftr mala,. I Il
eDIItaiaiar ri.n iaiiiaiil < freaa Borers i
be The be facers within the of the.Council TEA, Hyeon 100Black In Jacksonville, described property or aa aa ",
overcome. question now to gift was Agents 1853; tko f eHoertag 114u.aesxxtr dDotsws .
.PA1'RtiJl. _
fit 1 s ; ; :
CANOVA the fttatanad County
settled is will this soil of Florida much thereof swill pay = ''
Lorx ka
sandy deferred until a future meeting of the TWINE, 450 die thereon < f ..
admit of a ship. canal The surveying Board. WINES, all kinds *tk ll I900 @ 4 00 Agent In E.EDUKJLAO Palatka toes to wit,,aad 140 tha acres nacesaary 2d rite expenses tod air the mineral DueL L B.harm aye'I do act kia atatyte t r.> -'
expedition which left here on the 8th nit. goods directed to their CARE will be springtm'tho .Bawano, aging;and &o1fCOllUDfDel7"t.Dicir1a Grlialasd' .Ass.- { '
will clear road the entire line On motion by Councilman H. E. W. 1863- FORWARDED. JtIac for ae 1852. CJkerrv E7J taut,; h mss:,
a along Jacksonville April 5, PROMPTLY tweeted to 1f.u4 Doa Joror Aanaos,taya"It(tana*mush ft :.

and dig wells of fifteen feet depth, at intervals Clark, Council adjourned till Saturday "llTR. EDITOR?-I wish you sir to give the September 4, 1852. tf. [Republican eopy. jan 8 aeieaor L.Jt.J and CXLD Collector., ,,clcamrt add nj Usttaoajto ttataf aOaia. ;k

not exceeding one mile. When the 9th inst, at 3 o'clock. ilL following communication insertion. It STAGE LINE. Tax 183X in fa vet vf the tttranliMrJI"y se. ;,'
this work about two months hall not to my knowledge been allowed to appear NEW AligaicrCoiumbi.CaF1t.J1L3d, DiarrJuta on ale b; and af.ta. testa: i ";
ATTEST F. C.BARRETT in the sent here
: religions journal gratuitously- "1 havens hesitation ia "
i in accomplished, something satisfactorymay Tkt CkttrrA JftBraol-that was so free to copy THE PROPRIETORS will TAX COLLECBOBS SALE., rest, mna 1.' ::
it ralaablt medkiMnlt F.DocL
Clerk of Council. ,M a most ,
be known as to the practicability of the doing of the Protestant Episcopal Convention IBM run Passenger Couch during Vine of n.. Power Tested labs law, .
L LPavxt, ayes ho has teed tU D3.anlss
of Florida held.last January whose BY tkW t :
the proposed undertaking but until then, hare lately been published and circulated heron tie summer season 'between shall expos-for'aal*before CourtHouse c.r&llD his p1Ut1et MwWi the map. i -;

peculation is idle. The engineers mean- Commercial.C7 I. | Yours respectfully, ISAAC SWART.JACKSONVILLE he Upper White Sulphur Spring and Alligator at Alligator on the first Monday_of piNt effect,and taiaks it etc of tika aatat aaav- ;.i-
while bound silent the oa Mondays, and Upper White Sulphur ud May,1833; the following' described propertJlor nine and efficient combination*rrer efmS t,
are to keep upon FununA.March',1333. Lover Ui.eralSpriDI on Thursdays; oonneetng so much thereof u will pay the State andCounty to e ""
our prefeadon
For Jacksonville Markets, we Price Current _. : : I 1- s
subject, and to give the first expressionof To tki Editors of tkt Claret Journal: with the man stag from Tallahassee oa taxes aad the necessary expenses dos DoeLL D Boar,'writes,than adIehF .'.1

their opinion ia the form of a report to CHARLESTON MARKETS April 2. Reverend Gentlemen-I find ia the Church nondijs and mail stage from Jacksonville oalondaya. titer eon,to wife l20 sera 24 rate on Bockry tend 70V A* djt r.-",In several es- .\or

the Department at Washington. In accordance Journal of Feb. 25. 1853, an extract copied from This liDO will afford comfortable Creek;near the Saw&lUlee,belODPa to and sec of Bronchial affectienwith donut Am* 7.t f
Lnt/f Cotton.The market bah b eo wen attested the Journal of the Florida Convention u relation and easy access, with no night hard to the ssscand to Buckingham Smith for; tho year raaIu and flGIII a bowWp of I :
with this discreet
regulation, to BTtelt Please to give Ute following aa inter
by ba yen tbroogboat the wt k-witb good Mineral Springs on the eawannee for all persons 1838. L.K.MICEXEB, deal I can with the TTtfrtrnfi
greatest .
tioti. recommend ,
Capt. Graham, at the head of the corps demand tar all de eripti M. Former pies were The question as to the canonical election of the seeking health and assume at the above jan 8 Tax assessor and Coneetor.' it,"& : :-:

of U. S. Engineers here, remains perfectly tally tnftaiaed aad many of the trmnnctiont exhibited Bishop arose previous to the decision of the court; watering Alligator,Colambia C*,Fla- Ian,.3d,1832. DoeLW &,Lov:;writes to u that ha bI'r'n4

uncommunicative in the matter. a farther apward tende.ey of the article.Riee. it wa written and spoken of to the Bishop in conference D J t J WBHEFFIELD,. SALE. sdmhrfrtered tk e Ezfccttrat to his wife, who ."" '
will have him to blame We of from and by letter aa a question principle; Proprieton. TAX has had Brsaciiru for/musspa"s1 'and i .;'
Speculators never qaote extremes price at S3ja 'vested lame
and one which should be determined by the General White Springs FlaApril17'52.1yGrocerie8 YYinee'of the power bylaw
she is fast from
for their mistakes. The prevailing opinion }-excepting oeeaaoaal sale of maU fancy boost Convention If to ascertain if a B ,1 shall expose for sale before the thai 11.1..1.recovering her long stand-

among the most intelligent men .1{. The bulk of the des ranging from tZZta3J. Bishop uneaaouically elected and yet consecrated, Provisioss Coin House door.at 'Affigmtor on tko first isgmalady.than weeks dames her .
Idrroflra. all the remedies
ha seat m the House of at the more good aU'z
aright to a Bishops described
the is that the canal is Monday of May tke following .
throughout state, General Convention.So HARDWARE CROCKERY,-&e. Jfcc.HENBY toton used u.111'I.medial eoa '
CraiV The arrivals of Corn the property,or ao mack thereof as will pay:
impracticable. daring put far from this being a proceeding emanatin; Sucmx of tho heat Awznctxm andPBAnuenrnsTsin :
riI week hare reached about 20,000 btubel from 27.arolina. from a malicious vindictive and insubordinate State and County taxes,and the necessary ex- the City Baltimore, _
spirit, it ha been totally free from aav thing of the :E. HOLMES. pence dee thereon to wit 120 acres of 1st wriu"1fuftl&tidrdB' known '. .
B9.The Steamer General Taylor, formerly Sale were generally effected at 52o5ie.Flour. kind; III.UM of&Jon laoeld MW lad ad amIa- ,(AT THE OLD 8TAKU,or H.T.: ;\) rate land near Columbia m tbs Buwannee,boloagiaz > as Su ttr't .At Ckmw preparutions r/etfrceY and f

of the Navy, has been refitted with .-The .market continue ia a deprected ble motive as those assigned to me by the Commit inform Jail friends and the Public to and assessed to D.E.Stone, for the Sulkft Dvmltc Crrfial art..saodieines: t
state and holder haae found some cl difficulty tee.with the Bishop in friendly emCernce..a WOULD yesr1832. L.X.M1CEXEB,
he has BOW on hand and will be value and read fir tha relief and t-
ic. and her with that would naturally great very !
new boilers name changed sustaining farmer price daring the vast week> other friends as a question jan S' Tax assessor aad Collector. .'
ADd splendid as- of tko diseases < '
largo for which
arise under the peculiar eircumitanees of the constantly receiving can they an reeessmenJed ; &
to the EicLajt u now owned by private They bare met buyer freely at S5J for Baltimore ease. nrtmentof Alligator Columbia Co,Fla,Jan.3d, 1833. ,they bear tko evidence.of skin and ; .

individuals, and is soon to run aa a ewarditreet; Virginia extra brand are dan at It w hoped for the honor of this Church, that GROCERIES PROVISIONS WINES SIIi euro in their preparation and eerie af patting ".
passenger IS" clergymen when led by a proper spirit and in re end LIQUORS. HARDWARE 1' C6DettB'I pand wo take pleasure ia roconancBding "

boat between Pcnsacola and Mo- c.f.-h ia somewhat better but to a epeetfnllangeagewi be protected ia thedisehargeof CROCKERY,BOOTS and Y Virtue of tko power Tested in mo by tkem.* I : .
Jbile. a painful bat..ee.aryduty.sometimes against SHOES,$t, *t- .L1aw,1-sba11 oxposo for sale before the 'l'WU'ti-S&TD6' ... XIf- ; ;::,
_r_ moderate amount only. 500 bap Rio cold fromimporter's the extra jadiei.i aDd aacaaeaieal greeteodtngs of which he offers at the lowest pipes for castor Court House at Alligator on'the first Meadsy ehaats.resUenU'of Maryland, \11'1iafa..i 1"
hand at f} ccnta.Baw Committees of the Whole which may act too summarily .
of May 1832, tko following described pr0perty. North Carolina who have sold and :
alao nod
The London Mica in an article on _. .violating same prineipteu that are the > :
-Withowt change. The same exeemire or so muck thereof aa win pay the State these medicines e
of sack..dearest rights and privilegee. Those wishing to purchase articles in bis themseivea aay, Tress-ens' :
KOBE says: "While Mr. Thackeray is oUfiCH sad deprear'oa formerly reported continue I If you desire the communications that called line,will find it to their advantage to give him and County Taxes,and tko necessary expense ownenMrieuceand that alone frrtsmm, wa :,

expressing gratitude for the honors thrust to pr'T.3.and opportunity offered to holdento forth such 4 condemnation a copy will be given .ealL apr 2-e( ) due thereon to wit 40 acres, 2d site land do confident ry recommend., them Pro Bone Pnbllc '.:
effect Ales by the quanti you. I remain yours truly.ISAAC known aa tao Alexander old place belonging *. We hav* never known any remedies : ..' '
spot him at New York, an American ty.April 5. BWABT. CHEAP 8TO&E. to and assessed ta Joel Pope for the year 1S32. lard for thedis.wsforwbieh they an -

writer not less known Mr. W. apt-It A Presbyter of J'1orida.DB. Jan 8 L.K.M1CKLER; scribed,lobe so efficient and, to giro sack m. t f
widely Cotton.-Holder!yesterday were very arm.and HENRY E. TV. CLARK, Tax assessor and Collector. tire satisfaction aILr "'- \ ;.

visits io London. When an English to 600 bales at from SJallJ.} ) 'F keep MEDICINES on hand for the nndersned having taken the New Broax members tko Medical Fscnlty PksrmaacnvtWtsof
can of THE by S.BoL respectfully invites the TAX COLLECTORS .LEoBy high sundine, and Merchants the a
anther even such a one as Topper-visits SAVANNAH L-\RKETS.-Ap I2. Consumption, Bronchitis, Asthma, Files, attention of the public to his weB selected dock of Virtue of the power vfoted in me bylaw ant respectability,skould U awfiteientta Liar
&e. Goods adapted both for Country ad City trade. i I shall.expose for:sale before tko ell'that these I
the United States be raises cloud of Old Ulcers, Dropsy, Dyspepsia, Iff mvdleinea are SMrrJy /tmt l
& "uyers would do well Court and examine hilitoek of' the Court House at Alligator oa the first Mondayof by the afflicted,aDd that tky are 'of n' cHsfer

4nst before fee "has been there a week;but continued dun: the week in active demand par. .win be regulated removed or suppressed.Also WIn purebasing assortment elsewhere.of staple Coaswting: Dry May 1833, tee foll.wialdcacribed property eat stamp and.clan from the "Quackery" and a

when such mea as Irving, Prescott, Ban tteularly for the better qualities and the tale hare ahaad. his valuable Goods fcflowier, Hardware aid Cutlery.BatsF Shoes era muck thereof aa will pay tbs State.and ,Cure Alia 8O..claiapcaeecl.tko pnhlia. J ,

beea at very foil price. The*ale* reached 741 FAMILY MEDICINES.Among Hats sad Caps. lastrumeats. Porfumery. County Taxes and the necessary txpea-ea For sale by Druggists, Apotkocarien' and Na 1

croft Cooper, and Bryant cross from bale*,Tier S3 bale at 3 *M.309 at Sfeit, 150 at3U45. them may be found Compound Tonic Pills Fancy Soaps.Combs and BrFairy Atsal.s. general duo thereon to wit: 160 meta of 2nd rat' Country,Stn keepers generally.Wnouaatx. ''i:1
Antifebrile Pills.Dropsy Medicines. Pile Ointment. ..oT meet eI Toys and Abo a belonging to aad assessed to Bryant Barnrtt, .'STABLtlt k'C0 .
their aide of the Atlantic the fact is barely .sad X28 at 3450 cent Diseases unnecessary to name win bo cured in a- large stock of elegant Saddles Bridals.**,, Weed for tke year 1852.. .. MICKLER ? Dnooenan; + "=ties

hroaiicted w oar Journals and the Rietf-The traaaeti reach(90 heroes vis:- few days;and cures dear warranted,and SH forfeited and Crockery Ware a one selected stock ef fine fan 8 Tax assessor and Collector. 120 Pratt Stress,JS.1 timoro.'. :_::

22J eaek freeb at$%{a S3 3.1615 at t3|, 140 a. incases failure. The usual mmtift wO GreeerieI and Pmoem II.LW,CLARK. .Alligator,Columbia Co:.Flu,Jsn. 3d, 1833. Sold in Jseksoavnie.by .' -*, "" _
greetings awaiting them are confined to b3.- No charge made for cxsmfan- 4 Bay. "
not nev !
100 IbVntr -
315-l t;XOOata4.aad50 aUf 12|per tines aad prescriptions. Tax Collector's Sale taar.26-3m OU PAUL;:. .
one or two literary parties. / -The toot en hand i*ample, and the d. DISEASED SLAVES, r FOUKDRY TJT VIRTUE of the power lame by law '

mad limited. We quote Baltimore at f 5,37 a of no use to their owners in a hopeless condition, .JACKSOilYniE O I han expose for sale beibretto Court Heuseat Rt_ & .Z. ; ) :>i

A Washington letter writer that win be purchased. Address. ten Tames, ta tho oouaty of Hfflsboraugh on tko '- .. .'.
says $,%} bbl.C.aWs 'WOR'KS. "ackJoaTiJle -
per Dr J ABHDRST. Jacksonville,E F. MACHINE. first Monday ,ef,June next the .BtOowiag property Flrt. ;, :
Mr. Kenned/ the.fate Census Superintendent qaote White at U*70, and Wad Pay the postage oa your .:: t Apr* :Jacksonville' Foundry and Ma or so muck thereof will pay u..State and THE SUBSCRIBER' hen .J-'.n. i.2',

has beea arrested on a charge of era V 64 eta per bnibeLfwvu THE Works are now prepared to. furnish, County Taxes die tbereoeffcr the year 1&2.read .pMed the above Hones,fitte It n m tit
.There ha beea ao change prkes.and NEW STORE NEW STORE antnetdental sxpenses.towUr:One hundred mad .omfirtaNe style, aadwO us* ovurVoaiuvtiea
abstracting public 'documents.Bcutixo upon short aotiee sixty acres of lea aorth-wesC quarter or section to please an that may aver kiss with taotr.Tartieular ., 1'
1853.THE .
Sbeulden at ft .81.} Side SPRING AND SUMMER
eeutmme to { and .
"e quote lawMills.StaamXngiaesJrom. SmUhing. Turahg I:ia townebfp south of mage 29. east lying near -. s-.fi
II I at'4 a 9}. aad Ham at 13* 15 eU. SUBSCRIBERS now receiving their one 'Fiaisbiag all their &_moss'JJa-k. beteagiae; totiie,beirssad -, ,Etta. :nafd ta Irlallk:1'iiI"1" ,:v
or A. 'AU,ASD Loss or Lux.- April 4. Spring aDd Summer Stock of .to banded horse. branches.' legal representatives ef Jehu, !Weeks deeed. :A. COT.,' A' it

The Charleston Courier,of the 3 1st,learns Foreign and Domestic Dry Good. Sugar Mm. Pumps.SteamBoats. BS5J.HAQLEBSherineadex.eft Cone Oeea' IIsaesd. eda' i
Cttux.-The auUt..u. quiet the sales Horse Powors. and Saw TaxA.'r c.rr.IIIDIhn'C". F'
Ms-3a J.ebo.Yil1elI..2I..J1S2
from a correspondent that Chesterfield which invite the attention bayers WonIa I ,'.:
to they Ac.DrawhMpiand J It'
Mm ,
today.limited to KS bales a*boowr.97 at 8j Grid 1tms' repairing.Zs God, Abe Jhra&; ," '' :
Jail, with eight persons confined therein, 9IIANKIN8 c..rm ef Iron eetimstss JACKSONVILLtAND. ALLIGATOR E.::
10 sad U at 10 34 eeaU.
111 at }
; was consumed by fire at three o'clock on' .N.B. Store formerly eeupied by MeanJteedy BeO this ef aay.aiM orBr-.1 witkoatehargaii 'PLANk .AO AD. fEW.JJ I1MI, .B618'd$: ;''\,;

Tussday morning. W. W. Campbell, A Boultar -a (uraishedtoputtoepperatkmaU win noeincl..litil theist fTlfflE BTJBSCmiBKBi bynpond to aMamJL .
Doer.I.D. BdU.says of BTABLEB'8 AN. When required eompetent MaeUaiets PROPOSALS dates few IT A Brrffff at iii .
and the Jailor having beta aroued by testy purehased e4n constructing this BOAD, in ( mill IDBCO hi e3. ;
CffiEBBT EXPECTOBAST. "I haveadmUietered Clear the track for Old Kentuclu W Ten
OOTXE tkoKorthvwtora. psat.f ko jMoatoa
outside had time reasonable term wkoloor la mexdoniof taut aa 1 upwards;
to *, one
some just npon
persons amvalc of whisk te kM ws to bo fcfekly attwabJotolHalak. HI
tt ia severs] cues of Bronchial Affee- per meat ,a large aa> gOoNEY* OOOKDT. and. the
make their, RECEIVED or: separately; for opening grading rrt .,
sad eomtsrt .bhusianseaUr
correspondent Jeans
escape. uf Keotneky Coltoaadea t
sad from sad JbchiDe .
'i nenlta Feuftder
ties with 'meet happy ateewtodgeefitSAdmirabUeffeet mar 11.tf RaaJ,ani for sawing aad laying tho plank. tl.re..aw.11. ,
did the but of of the 'armor's tttg'Th.Finatieafos
names &e.
not two DriUi..1tc.
,Pre with the .
I aftbo .
*, can KOTICB.J A profit tha note and specifications aM wd .. t
nnfortnnata 5ndiddiiili'W ma, their traded e.dd.ea tee D U." 4e. Bee advertWuteutinaaothereeluma. Aprt' HANK15S &. HARDEE.HOVRE mTHE inc resslition. oessd at a meeting work may bo obtained after tko 1st,. .y.. water wktek to oateyortBa* ttoa, to 4koWoU n3' t 't,

.death.in this aorriUo: manner--namely r m28-4t FOB 8AZJC.' 1 eldM V.try.f sc.Jobe C1nIfth. .leekec from the ..&at !. amd lahoD opoioa*aolaa torwdor awkaadapoaaal Nt.aitT.1pMdop1.ei
Joha'Parr aDd HalL A. and his the BIk Mime: By.order of aka Board<' *la fkoaa. iv.ate II-
: nun A MODERN FINISHED two story es tt tasr.It.1. _,, fir- ,
-- ---- .
---- -- CemeteryabeeaiOTidedafurtb tf
M/j ad.That iaasmaeh a*a pablie *; J.P.SA5DERSOK, P' i
wife who on i bait to of the < ,else 11 C. HYMANZ2J AJ. v.t
; were one inns ournai. .areas,situated ia.n pleasant portion of Tbunalswfflbeanowad President. '
y' prisoner, wen. also.burnt to death.-. the town. The walla ara of hard'.ilt.aadbe span the grounds belonging to the Church aad t .
J I roof U tinned. Then if .'...''lot adoiaing that public aetieeefUesMO than be givenabothcflbeBewipepeneftheUwm ; NoUe .. ,

To Wt Huso. Jeremiah Stroud 'who PORT OF JACKSONVILLE ,that will U avid with the house,If desired BTOCKHOLDEBScf ikVTaekwntnieJL AL& '>N3s,erwfitan .w Uptotd aa> t.
rjlHE IacecI
> .t.8.BALDY;Sat.a'TLdminItaratlon to dlstribvdoa ofkerwiaa :
or tear
the : 'For terms to *
by purchaser. ,apply
AlUgutorPmakBoad Company are I
killed Samuel anted ai iia3e REGULAR FACKXT>eanuhip mad: lathe
Gentry, Jl8panaaberg. A.f BELLECHASSE ft F1NEGAN.CrN ,-' Beard Directors of I es orWmIalll1'l'lleOlt 4.e sd,
Charlerteu notified tkat tka
Carolina arrive from en- Aet1ce hereby
was, last week, found guilty BIf not sold ia two weeks the a made:..assessment olIO late of Henaado aunty Fte,art"aoaltod to
.sad leas Tueaiay meraing have
.' of murder, read sentenced by the Court to ry s.S. ,'Weiaka arrive oa ,erery auday from bate premises will be u let. B k P- r SIX.after date rho Probate undersigned foe Heraaadoeouary. wffl apply aid per caLo.Company each share,'psynbla an or. before. exhibit their claimsyearsfrosatkisddi and dawds.tws 's

. be hung on the second Monday m.J'ane Baraaaab,iwd return us Tuesday atoning. The Art tf Graining., .for efAdmiatotrsUon oa taoEstcto tko first day of Jono aiLThe this notko,tottesudjraitaosVAdministrstoroT win as ntsad in.her-* I r

next-Forirtffc (& G) Niles 14q. etoaaerneridaarriree free CharteeUa very ; of James Oibbons late of Laid eeemty.... .'' :.&oot-beldai ara revested,to'nuko ta the same. BOB.ft&IP8B
.. WedBeedcy ed metes Friday. Inhabitants Jacksonville mid ndni- .JSALUTBABBWLlisinlstrntaa .w ),
Bar THE nut.21-Str :feb26-6. '' _I-
r OaeUa attires free auk ervy _
Steamer 1 their dwellings' braamrnted ( .- protD"Pl JmcfJosvm.Tratnrer ; .
A Bio LAJTD Ciix.-The St LocisJmtiRipemecr Wedaeeday,sad return eei Friday. ,aaa BOW ave 13. ; ;
leeree for .ia this aew aad beautiful,fctjl* .f Sottco., J.JCHAFFEE Charleston,. .. '
learns that a Mexkan. grant feteamer Barak Bpalding; Enterpriaea aIMses
Wd eadar sad return oeiBuaday*. .'- painting by the undersigned. His work enn- ,weekt after date the nadenujned will H.B.FORT,Savannah, 'sli. .
,srffl.shortly,be presented to the Board fLaaid Steamer era leave for Eatorprieo. as 9ua- not U surpassed for beauty.durability,end SIX \0 the Boa.Judge of Probate of Devil w.LR038Bfigstcr." O CHS welts fur.. wtiderefjaog.j '

t Co rniuioners.' comprising four day.aad return oa Tfrrf: eedTi. --' claeap.. Haifa Parlors>Bed Booms, &. eouaty,for Letters of Administration on tbo By order of tko Board:' tk.Hu.Jedg..t.Pcobq. of Beal.

tkoossad square mile It commences at I" painted U 'this manaer eon bat little swore xtattaf Boburt Charters late of said mossy, .pr2-3w .'J.P.BANDERSONFraident.For 17." Letters Affmiahtrrtioa.a Hbaiatata

; Northward' DTBED.Apil ibis pUie, and bear,waihiag for years. ,It is teeascd XOBESZO D.ALLES..pt2t1r' .. ,of"Samel Etiolate af pin IIMIT,dooeaeod,'
Bodegs/extends to\Cape I'm.i -' $ala..t- ra
all finished with a smooth,glowjturfae*. All r. _x. lUJMHQflt BkOo -
: doer,: utd racbafro+m the coast of e'i' S-Cehr..l.IreJaad. Fraab;V.T. kinds of,wood,stone,marble) ,. &a-. imitated.to. 'M A HIOBXT ImprovedJAT. f oMinoentrooftto iIk ..
** .**, Aadeeuaa Att. which ta.large 1 Biss.r
fichr.Keaeteak t4- h. Town
'uht upon r
three miles inland.H Yetia .
Pacific vthirty erftetioa. Specimens Wn Skin Saloon l t
at '
." Ueeetmaa .
xrdma '
8ebr.J a.- .
tnipw'.app'l will ad auuiod'oeeBotitBsg ia.aibi..terleiTBINTT 3.Zwaka.fMrdatt, w 1applytstb.laoarJ.dgsof
MSB08BBB >aS Catholic Church. WiUry'a house ttaanerlorfda orX weeks after dale the,
B aWpM01 B B ia B BAdjagraceful -. -&hr.p..r..WaMoboro., Capt ...wilt.rtrDTT-'tIDLb Pr.hw
i'' riot occurredat WnHams- ;'- Sour W-K .Baaey. Boeteu.8 ., ,and other jplaooax -Apply;at Captain O w the Hon.Jadgt of Probato nfDo.vaT are plans good with aB neeessary-uut. good ,J'.eIIeft .. 0IhftlV .
burg opposite :Ner York city, on Tuesday $- ar.Ognea.Lr do.SobJeei wmf7'r or of *aaj ,earpeaur.of.", ,tat ...' ,far Letter of Administration eneeataU watsraa bado trees..: :
tb.gs$ f Mchb'1)enwi' of ,
J- Into.f iaideoemiy
>liHe ry.lprby,8mrrBe peace PUaters. oua bo accommodated ; .> .PUr JIaloB. .
'e ning": A mobs fwbite rowdies I-8c11r.Aaita. Ds.a BatI.7..N.T.. Apr GZORGB VOBTHINQTOIT. eeeaavd. :LORi ,..ALLL" .2' TIleruUA&: TSOeX WAXK.'w

' :&Udeil'fa colored chnrch, smashed' in CIEAXED. : apt.ww .' ALSO :rapt,9-th. : .

;j. rtbe'timdo ._.t door albeit most Coaneetieut JMr.'. AlmiIsmtioa.. 1 APRwATEERSIDEYCEoitliAjolI.g .} ,. .
; aka!3Bsbr ... Busies TkbisoesoideredtBomoslvalua lBLMe Fos iahe
" : YJao r W I.J 5..r weeks After&*.-&h'vadmigned win : '
' ittaercifollyj;tvcral pwlee:oflicers SehnK. SIX l will to ttls thriving town uudwfflbe aoidiy
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fSehr..Three fteteau>Hnattey.Beetta, t. Hen.Judg of Prebateef.Dn-I .b.aAct'dot tie wlervigued protoTty C4P.uu. EIGiIIRsf_....
the A
.attempted to bctr listless. proceed.. .. 4- ehr.Eareo BOM; Boston val county,for Letters ot Administrationonbt SIX otkaHoa.Jadg ofF Utoofa).- 'NRk-ZaoboaApII t. 3-tf' ..p.',... .. -. eksracter..n,likely e.mesasf3toa.
.W.Beach Rock.SBebc Le&tfta.r Administration a* -, liberal Infermattoa
T-fidift Henry *date of Taeophilas Wood;,Ute of said vI county, for f terms at Uah nwffr* -<
( .t 2stiei.potitr ii-X: eoudy.d.OeaW&JOUNLUOGANS..' the estate Fillip Frank;' Ute Bold county, ,.._-,_, .. .. obtained from CapC Win, ptatsa4.

If TOO tee.a waaaIll'. ia the'latitude Seat.Beeanbe, Andems,' ,hlareb9O-spr2-w. 4.J.OBDZO' D.' ALLZ5," 'weab .Ulko Bon.Jaday Applytp .. w -' ,;,: ;

of ytiarwife, what coarse should youpursaetojiTpid --- '" apr :.' -, J_ S. of Jrouata.fct g ry eemnto..foefestive ,I. : 1., e tttI ... '
iu FIBE s-eae Two' Three 8ABSAPABJLLA JB two qt s oiT durinfrhratioa an ttto Bstatt atTsescMtdseaesei. .::

conaeqnences? Double BECEIVED..i laa,awwtwtet of OBMaad TDRNER'S Townaead1. deq.AyeriCMrrjreetoral -"j., 1TEAi2rPW': -- ***"* r-..** *x-**> W'ATBl nOQV?ADT.-J'r.*v, aaw .

,tjap srUh your left ana;and let your .Eiflea.u wink wstiara.tapmtsma Uviit;4}.auss- ;'Balsam of Wild Cherry/-Just received TTJST v received Xb an extra I*S Wttsol.. Green\mit. ., -I 'aeseEi J. AJFOWv ,.- *o* fBaB y, Jed motrod;*aak.b7 \,
J aachor for ,J.Ll-Anm, sekT.auditaleb1' : : : per L CLdiAlrrA.gdsAa4 Y ,
on dIa.cniaiac" rrosnd .. sad, .. .safety 8t i"
rHtih. 0 doe < "JB1.CfL\1SB&'.
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TBKKS: rs*Xfcr sere NM**,in advance.OL T'irTd 11 LLae& &bD at- Th1bTAT1fA1tb

j ihi ;_ yotzothera: Xzrtt- tendedtoA enMt tkfIrcS- : WIB r.Wu.u'btwvmiitIy { f. iff'it TOR TM IW pi
AEi ? > *ltk U an ettftUtre andpurcniien

:- M-'Pearso ':; are respectfully reqeested to call an usissw. !*( : &
>Rtaerled -
Wilde, Bates A TaytorV UU watiaue* to hold : 8WAILADnj Ao.gzgx2YL4: W4UAS aetsidethupag.

OB* Dona*per *iraeh1Ir tines and under, outaAdiiftI 4L -- 1sciaIePriadpgZie : u-rr HAS wm YAflJDWClEEtrk
4 HoMaU]Street.- New York, iTHB rwffl IL praeUoe1 1*the Eastern and Southern Circuita,
where he-wilj havwla readiness,both for early and FOURTH TEAR; of thlr fcaflfetton the 8npren eCbttrtefthe SaMthSU 3 e ciLEONARDzCPtAPINi-1 r '<>

kl1W IQteUU* tdyMvrtiscn&1ibaI late purchasers.theJirgrst and choicest stock of The,eommen oon the 20th-of*September inst the-*- District Qourt for tbH nher*JWetriet e Florida. ,- PfnnvXutarssi sad D.eter.hs a21 .p1n3.'auibfi prtpantlon If compound**!
wBl be Wrao d go **embrace 'i
AJseottatwiabesnade- &PIUIOuA.3Dr8> CLOTUIXG iPebrus77t852. : kinks of CARRIAGES L'pflLlt- gruwifa41i4
t bbU for before to bo found In the United States.Impt.rt5D his differeatjges IidepacIofthepupfla.sddthU -- WMdqoyj 1tkuy.awai.
?171&n.Jt.rUssm.aU progressively their intellectual tOJtOt5'mezitsnd 'ii4TQR(1'8 l>K SSrfdfwlM Mek"W
$ Byrafcri Ohpbotnow1edge-of also promOW iitsure to them thorough instruction C ipBazIi1pr,. ,. I.T V
ring to on*1be? th rottisite Wm may W asoef.aljiel girts. him ihe.'greatest!ieilIeif,getting upbIi (14 the various departments ofliterature and acte ce. 4T L4Y, w6irn.Szag?, birieiten. .I of tie abon d&eai ."TCt larenfor tiadProprittor
..Mathematical InstrocfUm win betronlmafrdby RndbawLyWr3dm.L it fall/esn1uedsfIWWsildva1qol.Madiele.I .
( ihd transnflttedrwtth. the adrertisemenC twlo 8vasaaif'il e Elegant stock ef Coaches. : -
** with the naml ,. A EOWatA'fl3acd the former Teacher. innfihe IhVEastern and SS Sff isn4.. .Pricesjow; /act th -tatt- thatK*
-AJrertlsemenU: not marked 5 win be WILL practice Courts ef
tThe FwiKsh 1ffhetointfs'1wbIchhbrdstdee
patronsVth and Jr wiBg Department : a hhrr glrra ft
in the Th : ,
17 also la the1 Bastern Cir
will be continued unfabe tinder the direction Dee BAchers.' 'I. Circuit of Qe4rgU
her of insertions required, aboTe named ftrmv and at Merchants fat Of-Prcf. and tAe *wb fofsa witkrwhfcholt ha

kii bw44arge4fc*, general, would d9 well U ntamtoe-our toek before of MnaicaitnstruetionMli this Institution of be the eiv Professors n>to1 the of Pupils that titoffknda:Office on the BayV over Qi tho Republican-Beading Carriage: and Harness fteposilory, met, warrants himi yjni; tkatltljftPOiSJTITECURE. -

< charged fcr all an.itotaitUfaididttci purchasingaZmrfO: -jan22J- Science In Jacksonrill by*any f the tearing it 1Ronm. -.. At Ihe rhne'klS. li tTret-C.r ..5MT1N1ANDWESTWOaTIlT8' 'He' his therefor*
$ \ for efioot Jn advance, >fcNew Yor1r,> n si -l8iaa optional with the parents and Principals guaruiaos to decide. ClUBLtS P. COOP!** fltUrfalaatioB l n plaeo ir witifaf the rmtt f

:; A i N i fc6n tetf.ftr>*x ontJ> *>. >S 410 MLegal -AOTftECARRY.HALLT Ttxxi, (payaMftn aJwHteJ) Tw one quarter,ot :., ,Dee 13. tf ; : :i chlnLcc.: f C1 JI,kneirlns how many,jnf r with thi rery
Unpleasant and often danged* biieaieptrhlcularly -
40 eleven weeks :
other Business Cards,fer an. : J thelowest
.w : Felix Xtvlngstotf S AIRIAGES'oferery description.at the Southern nod Western 8Ut. .
Arlthme T-
Beading, Writing and -
Notice to Debtors aridttaditori, : 1 00 -- -\Lf prices always on band,-and he article sold eiC. -
K ticj>- -7 -, / $4 00 In DI Alt LOXECUST bpartjenltt
fB'ietieiJ of XdilA-lrtUon, & 00AnJlc ; v f ATTORNEY 4TsrL4W" ceptseob U 555 be warrtnteitinllif fUL* tavi purchasing- fI
Application orarninaroeograpty-n1rnzorj 00
MdiK i AhakwKtor, 10 00 Mathematics and the branches, -or.. r JAcssoMru.LX, FlJl. : : by ma0-6m M.1LIATua onthelabtt and l4krbrrittThlgnatufl* -. -.
: 1ireIaeptettAttIyon band k large cad -- ** -----
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. : L t ..Editorial oUoes fo private benef t wiUhe eharrC7 ."----_ -- feh selected aaiortment oT ** The- Priglwh Trench Language.Uteratu4 In classes, H. ;0 ft 00 00 Aprli6. :; D. OAK, : -- 5 1 refer the public foTa few*weeTfd certiteatn- below

&$ GAtC1IE11ICAijuat Drawhijr and Parting, do.---- -. ft W -ielwfd from araoBg tfttny trm re-
3 wHI be inserted grstuieommHnleatkwi WATCHMAKERJEWxEf.ER, peetable extlielf of?
$ AUte;giotu sieUeei rofchea bt late arriTalu, warranted tfre 4 Meal,from 010 to sis for 24 lessons. ,
. Florida.
t; tai'jML& ---ana genuine.Abo f v An'adOiUonaf charge 50 &fofai4wllls2iobensdeto AKD SOLICITOB. -- \ .t! ,4 : ( :' ttc6Llta* ir on1 POBJSETTjtstaabU

r a'A2MeeM ptieiaI wittbeatJT'lfn Perfaraef jjCpmWjBruslieg,Soap3LampJ each pstronlor one quarter,daring -- )t i Palatk ,!noril : -- iWiO /. U r ** s ihuhh aldtswtknIShia

Buroing-Flaid &c. thewatcf ?,,, SeyJ 85K -, ; attend the Courts ef the CerenitfJanl lbd Uedkine.: *
tftfls for J>t(''Printing- must be paid onTJedeGvery VrhitU win bo sold lotr, for cash, ,. tCesuatrr .Jtacks6nvUle 2lfaIe Institute, : 3m o *te.which he,effort W.khreflewrlry lot bald cheap for and etshTMA'tONE saey keep,TH.KEED It on hsnd.A principal. Areni-r for -v'Jickson'
elicited mi atteadei teraificuV L ,
erdert fmmttmmUi '
.:' of the Wortfjy Br LWART- feb1264L 2 r '!9. : ,meL '- -T -a '-
rKEscxirTioaa rex,or.V JTHCAKEA1D ; 4M.ThpaV F. -- -
' AH letters on busine?,and *
- ; "O 1'IJ&CkSQflhifle.'Atipsi 16r1SZL
nisrAtcu.Li2 ; !N.itjruiblle.< f ilTAYLiOR Iy
e ; :
- fcHJMlw < m lTeiateialw11'S. .< Sates fTtdtioL ? : -.-
; C ri'S
CvmmitsuH'rfoJtiitiiig AetndtefeJgmet
- 1i14 v--- -. i .. Orthography, Beadiqg;DeffnIng AitbmctI and { of* 'CffmBeKConilhilsrohMerchanW( : Ioiice. -
vthpffatntmcnti ef : s
r.1(4I AQET$; Penmans! per quarter ofeleven weeks, $4,00 Deedr., and Wntfitf s Directions --
f -d *1 s Geography Uramma;If istoryCopipoaitloo" f i ?' 'tost VIII be foundoa Le inriJeof tBe Bto
Ji I 'eryespectfuUysoliolt oonsigtent4p ( wrapper
Elocution and Keeping, dov > 5,00 NEW Ypafc jXjip rKnsyrrv ,
E.jOPLi. t.3 IIighetJ>raDches of an English, Mathematics!. t L'ilamson f zr : awl SKwriletrafa 4:5. each bottle, Where thtrf js fever .atfend* Bing
>ffice wUb/i; Co JacksonriUe, '
(ft d1Seso fe7 T I
purgative tb 'ItPerrff
siflI, 1j&: '- cjDt*"* g.ig, L- IT-I and Sclent ilia course, do, & 6jftO Florida r rTT "-' 97- '- <
; ., % !?Ai1J. Agent for toe N.Y* Pekm Tea Company. The Anetent Language, do, 10,00 E. T. .e itti nsrd Jhefoee jjhe Loxeeutj; ) Shoihl

c .UtrssKix,Kewnanstille, Fla. ; TEA direct importation*and pfffcrteVowr 9Tarletiee The Trench Language, in clashes', ,. 6,00 Philip :, itioRA' T H.BcrrKMAX,Jack.asvills.Fk. ,. (here be,s tepdenej toU amationVporge saoderttely. -

; tecCspt'vJ.Jj' KRWHT, Alligator?, na.isq from i to 1 }i>, in a package. Drawing and Perspective, -tr5.00. oNsILLdLd7'1AW cfeb-12..i7-ii-- : :: and*rive the Loxecust insmaUer dosisA
Paintio6Ia watercolors, .9,00 .
All Karranledan at JOM ,
aarFerrTh.M extremely prtcei.GARDEX'AND .4 is.oo -
bitI I ; "

FLOWER"} SEE&S, 'ProtC: x. s 1OCJfE1tS'ineucein- French. ; : attend to any professionalJbusines -- '). S3UTH1flDN'j i .-itALds- (', ; FEW JIOBE OF TflZ'MANYCZhT1fl
PIANTS and oetfl WILt -
Drawing Painting ly
to him in the Courts of hit FAINTS OILS AMD GLASS _i 1 CATIS. :r?J Jk
7COVThYDEALE11altppiied. BTO'RDIE- ,
A ,ed ursi4Er4,7iIatkfFb Eastern Circuit and the, Sojtteme Cotirts a Tertiarocislfr.eqP4jcyPhy1i kL
* l aaffomi>anr TtciAtath. -T.'McMILLAN. : $160 Reward -r r ,- -
F1a Tallahassee.? iIe'hs also such incjvanta The following certtfieite.ef: t&'effieactona, qnafith -

\ J 8ayii&baa. VA' \NAWAY, on the 10th Dee. last, geous connection with an ifele Lfcwyer stWuhagton Xf this Medlele Is from k regular phyticlan

4 1* Who waits to Insure,his Life ?H from the plantation of thesnbccriber.ontheAoctlltriver Citjj'ns' wjll ensure a prompt nnd fee 4;6011 tASTUAO1'OSITE P.aiiM.flAK, in Columbia CoUnty: '

twdersifmed would take thu opportunity \ nthe county of Jeffer. -y collection of such claims as may D 'placed '>7 .x1 cnaaLEs'ros.C., : ; 'LuGzC.luabis ., i I
p THE son a man by the nnmeof'TOM," the United States. ;. .F,February 29th. 18&2. {
his old iheadsand the public generally B his hands against e. They keep constantly A sale,' general -- ;
I1BPrnNTThUIOFFICE.( ,that be has removed from his ola stand and (calls hinuelflhonus)is aboat2Sto30 years old, 8ept.8tL.lS49 -ly anortmeot If r, Egbert Pou>settr'; .
: setup slim buiUf boots Lighwtigls.about 130 PAINTS- A OILS vfairkhids. tVtJTCKW'QLAFS Dear Sir i I hess toe?three bottles ef y eur ladiaa -

.41i.4 -TtIE DRUG STORE to 140 pounds Complextion very black, white OsCarHart': AND SASIIES,SPTS.TURPENTINECAM- Loxeenst-all sneceediag sdnrirabrr. I lOneel
the bottles used
in Chrome
: : r1IAa eelved"jTrom !& York a suppf/ ot in-a nor?pleasant and conrement'location.Thpeo of his eyes, red hat rather a email and tnm ?- : : 1'Zi 4tw, --- PJ1ENE. SPIRIT OAgS. TALLOW',J which had was produced prolapsus a ease aol,er protmsMm Pytyntery of
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hand and foot for When inclines
wuhior to procuraFgiau Davos at low a negro walking .
materials suiiatls for Job Printing stairs ) the rectanr-which had baffled all othet remedies
- Type and other Office in the Coartflooslpop PIPE IRON PUMPS CIIALS
prices will fad it to their advantage to call at a little forward, He is a toy that that,had beefl tried (and these werenots few.)
t ve aw jieWTrepared* tojaeute,at the shortest nottoejs.lt :- ": IfOt 1, has traveled with ine some,particularly in East flfriLL practice In the iereral cWntTelff PUMP,4c, AC. The result was a final cure with one bottle. lour

z kinds ef t J3in New Building, Florida inrgoing by the way of Ahgator, Newnansville 'V I't be Eastern Clrmit of Florids kud attend march 12-ly. Indian Loteenst is the most porftfVe and certain

-ttiWlfeaosAkls, i Circular, Wacaboola and Stafford Ptfnd lo s to the collection of claims against the U. 'GEOflGEABBOTr&CO. euro lbs Dysentery and Diairteest-.f.toy remedy

EALSw Blanks, II"** Bill*. BAT STREET. place I have on the lV ea asee. He is usually States for Jlilftary Serrices,and for Uorses lost, that I have as ye:learned the sac of.
BniBMsrCarri, *hw BUI, bent forgt to look for the number' Then call polite and pmsable when spoken to but or other property lout destroyed by troops in Ho.DT,Zart-Bay,(opposite Boyce A Go's Whart.j Respectfully,yours,it,
very -
r vittus Ptffcf Bills .1 L11d144 for any thing in the line of-s 4 j SmOal artful scamp; if he thought it to-his aid service i __ __ _ _- Charleston, & C. P.w. CATOMD.
Drugs,Chemicals Perfomery,Paitfts,Olll,Dye Bead me anethct supply immediatehr.?
disabled Soldiers DAi.PL INSPIRIT
: adrantage might deny belonging to or know Wso claims for Pensions marie --
Stuffii.Spices, Stationery,Books,*otc, > bAAIwcAmPEEiw T
, and bi The last or the Widows and Orphansof deewsedSoldiers.Alsovclftims :
- Jail, I. For the quality of bis Mcdiemes. the Public are ingtne, even cliange name. FrreZerirLSwcr&
a.2verV referred to all: the practising Pbysfcians of Jack- account hid of him was in Colombia County, for Bonnty Lan1 to officers and with lampeof everydescription for them me. S -Ifftf.M.KP -
- __i____________ of Jacksonnlle Kor.12, .
- = !rrnrille where be toll I had sold him and was on his soMlers/andthe/ Vldo-wsand Orphans deed. ALSO <7intett-Dear Sir;j take pteafareta ex-
1 CO- -
: BVRT&MtLY" SUOtLD SAVE Physician flock, and Planters* ehww,neatly way to JK-ksentille nay be aiming for 8atsnnah > others and soldiers. -- l English and American White LeadPaQts| pressing to you say approbation ef Indian
; your
fool SSeti
: 1'X-4* tilcaluabU Hunter's, only Medical pert Led. earerully packed and forwarded.He .- or Charleston, ni he has been st both Also, will gheLls attenllonto contej-aneing, df every kind, Linseed and Sperm Loxicmt as a family mejjeine. Ihave used it with
I fcrta* twtkyidf'-Vt will keep on hand a fuH supply W SURGICAL those places I think it not improbably bowarcr.be |-o examining TIcien4 RecerJsan3 ai ningcbims ', good success. 'Yemn rcspeetluBy
afflicted- ContainIng Oil Glass A.C.'march
book the .
Manuel and Wnd for INSTRUMENTS Potty ,
,of all kinds and ef the ftn- - L1'.
- an ratline of the Origin.-Progress,'Treatment ret qnaflty. may bate been tampered with by s nn$ to Lands. r- *r J2-lyJI. -
t a'ad owe of ery form ef dueaee, eontraeted by Also a great variety of white person, If so 1 will give one hundred All business en trusted to him will meet with Fran JfcV t.t C.Ley.

Promiaenoas Sexual Intercourse,by SM&abnM. or dollars for ""apprehension snch prompt altehtion; and all instruments oCurri- : S Jeekameult2Vo..I7 1851.
f IT Eextial Ekeem with adnee for tb ir prerention Dbnt -ARTICLES. information as will lead to the conviction ting will be executed by him with neatnessanftdespatch. 3Ir, PoinseW-.Thls will inform you thaffor ser

: : iUe$ La a ( UIUir My" ,.avoi4ng -ali modinl Get foil to call and see us,whether youbuy ornot of such person, or twill glee fifty dollars FACTORS seal years I bare suffered much at different tteee
that would offend An Aliaanaegratk tell all your from Ckrvaw Diarrb 1 hare tried Indian
teehnkalUiei and everything tfA. AJD- a. your
for the of said to Jacnbsonvi1een.25,18ZI.
friends delivery me
on return what Bne Store and Stock negro
: rejult of twengf your a -
tao ear pi decency, front the some Lexeeujt. and received an entire relurL and have
deroted you hare seen. JN0 M.PAYNE on my plantation in Jefferson county ; or Merchants, -
an luceenTat practice exetniirety -I-- A. no reason to dtfnU its being permanent Believing
', ; *cnrn 6f dUeaacs of a delicate or pi-irate natnr&P Jacksonyille,March J2, 1853._tf twenty-file dollars for baring him !*.. 13 SOCTHERf TVIlARF, It to be a duty which I ewe te the afflicted, I present
lodged In safe Jail so that I hint STUCTOR of thorough jBasj., and performance .
<' any enn fret I CHARLESTON, S CWm yon,this certificate, which you can use at yen
; c To which U a&i.& recipU for the cnre.ofihe NEW FALU GOODS JUST feb 19-'2t JOHN FINLATSON..banDg upon the Piano the and citizens,Guitar Jacksonnlle, would respectfully IL Lawton, j Wm 31.Taylor, think proper I will alto say, that in 6aTeniag

: bore dies* and a traatte onthe eauei, tynp- RECEIVED.rpHE and announce, that be to will be from the r.Wainright Bacon | Joseph T Dill with many who bare used your medicine I hat
4 lever and Ague, for twenty- vicinity prepared avebh3-1y not found one who did not rvceirerrlieC
Bdenr of the
ton < Subscriber would beg leave t& inform the lit of January, to afford porfeet satisfaction to any
|T* Cents a opy; *it,epiw. one dollar; will be i public that he ha S just received S Tory large who may favor him with their patronage. ? WtlUAMMiTUNNO JODNC.LZY.
.t ; wded by soy patd the Uwted Statet. bj. and tpTendid assortment of 7f1tE rD1UTGED. leafed the City Beeowmondations from Cal, J. Bread,and dtstingnuhed Pastor MtttaLtt Church.JaeksonTflle.
pai fro* of tooitoga. Addrww, portage 38 Iforthtaovt paM.! BUY GOODS; READYrMADE U SAW Mi LL, have formed a Copartnersbip fortbepurpoasof Pianists of the forth can be seen et anytime Factor and Commission Merchant -
"Bod ort Office, or the '
deelS-tt, S The Wonder of the World!
5outBE&7 wnasrentRLECTeaSOIT1LCAZ0LIi.a
entb Ft'eet.bfl&4eIPhI$ HATS & CAPS, BOOTS :
sept4IS32. tf
Hfl *' UbLLARR FOnrEIT. DE. HCKJj AND SHOES, for the Home Market, under the style and title of Washington Iff. ices, DEVISES' tOMPOUND

I -T tt witt forfot S60 fkilmjj to euro any a rich assortment$ Moarfia delaines, AmerIcan CLARK &BCTLEB. JOHN CLARK. ATTORN KAT LAW AND SOLICITOR Load & Co., PITCH- LOZENGE,

f caMof.eerel4uien3e IbM mayeo.unJerbis ears English and French, both plain'and figured: Uine- JIIO.O BUTLER. JN CHANCERY' FACTORS AND c MiJSSON CrA sure and plensnnt remedy for COLDS

r no matter how long landing or afflicting. Either ham*.Calicoes;ngund and plaid Ahwcas; Mohair 07" The above irabMribers would respectfully ALLiaAH.K OLUXBIA CoOtTT,TlJ, COUGH'-,CROUP, WHOOP1 COUGh A S-
1ecst.ky1tdLO hu PrlTato oomi, 38 XorthK Lostresi Penan 43>oth Enelmh Merinoes Gara- solicit the PATRONAGE t>f the Pnblie,.. I] WILL practice In the sernal counties composing 'RCli4VT : T1IMA left
anu lungs to sustain
nTh Street, PhlladoTphia. without fear of infarrtfbUOT matte Cletba; mbaxines, Brocade Silks, Plain as they hare entered into the bunness for the express the Eastern Jaiidal Circuit of Florida,Hamiltcn STO. 118, BAY STBEET, *enough f*"-' are
rorn jother oatlenti StraHgew and Chameleon do, wide black do, Florence do,colored purpose of bounty of the Middle Circuit andLery county GEORGIA. life, -
fetter Who hare1 been nnfortonate In the ejection satins, Jte. A very rich aaortaent of Cashmere if the Sonthen* Circuit t and in addition to his SAVANNAH, 5 A Certain Cure tot Con jnmptiofit I

I bf *renTeoea. all-wool ebawls plain, printed and embroidered SAWING LUMBER; FOR JACKSONVILLE, regular'professional dellos'wUi-attend promptly Soft for tha Ipfmt or tit li,7 Stage

(.'IMPOTESCYt Throughunrettralned indnlCrtee Mack hilk mantillas: Persian do- black and colored AND V1CINITT. to the prosecution *nd collection of claims of every Strict attention will be riven to the sale of Cot of tcattxttr

1 of.Ur pasrfons, by ezeev or elf-abnte theE English silk hose. Do glores and lace mitts; Paris They will also bare a Grist Mill attached to the descrIption against the General Gorernment. ton, or other produce, and liberal advances made, The sentimn%thai consumption cannot be

;or$1$ZqSt0 $ ? omature ivotene intel.iintariwinlnsI kid glov., *v large assortment, rich dress 'trimmings Machinery, and as they hare the agency of one ol April 10. 1852. IT when desired cared, his destroyoi more lire* than the dis
diaetrtei. iruitng of the OianL ; braids; lace gimps,corJs and fringoKbraids, the PLAMNO MACHINES of Isftao Brown of JOHJT W C Lorp. P n- LOUD.jan24tmr ease itself."-Dr. Warre.

lot of ineio7. S constitutional derangement ; collarDo cuffs -
erl er
and which of the
the Doctor bands chemeseUes, entirely need inthia part coun E. IT. Bnker STnpathy, is ii the consompiite-alwayf et*
consult LC
sure to follow. If necessary, ; umlenlocres. and hand try-and one of the firm being an-old and :
%ttfcee iaei*e V ffersa porfeet cure.BBADA27D kerchief needle worked edgings and in crtmH, hand with all the above machinery,and experienced Veto : SHIP flROKEIt-AND' GVNERAL- COMMI8EION peeling to get wdUand yet the pa nfuleti-
afiieted -would linen and thread do German deuce d 'almost 'makes the inner coal
-a REFLBCT-The ,and TAlencmes do, of them being well acquainted with the wants,ot MERCHANT of eeay
tdo Well to reed before treating their health and worked flonnelngs; embroidered skirts, do window the City in their line, they will endeavor to lt JJPEU8 A3BTIJ TAH.OH8, brink wiiU f he outer flesh.7

.baflgn.I:--j i. 0Miy eases theIr lives, in the drapery. Ic; a very superior and rich style of cdk general satisfaeUon, to all who will favor horn give a.avflle. Cart,neriila. 5AVANNArH GA. "Some bloom as roses bloom,and live at roses lire
is ignorant of this class ot ntala- and vs vet bonnets; do straw; -rich bonnet ribbons with their lers March 20, 1552 A mnglemccnhigipaeerWhileolbers
I. certainly impossible for one man to BB- end neck do, rery.;wide, plain-and figured,. bus. August S or 1832. -14.tfX A BEYES returns thetr,thanks ; ly in more matnre life-oy some
MertUDd all Chk.VH the hnoan family are subject bloc,bootees, slippers, ties, and Jenny I4nd boots; -' to their friend and the public generally iloston I--- S end a slight told neglected-in the
4sA Every mpeetable phys.eian has his peculiar gent*'Tory fine boots; do gaiters and shoes, ready L. IIOGAItTIl% the liberal patronage they hare roecired,and hope, : & Giml}j, imprudence ,
{>ranch.1n which he Is more successful than his made clothing, of erery description and quality. by strict attention to bnstnes8 mania oontinnance corro.v FACTORS AND GEEJ1L hectic flush,-the painful cough."The

I 2 ih professors, and to that be devotes most ot The rt Wcribffr would say that he ha* engaged an Tin: Sh'tt Irtn, Caff r. Lead and Zute Wirier, of the same Ilaring rcceiTed the latest styles coMMIIoN.wRcH4xrs .. prints tbeifdcparting appear.1

hi* Ume and stady. 3 aecfomplished Tailor to do custom work,which will ; Jcso3viLfr FLORIDA.TTvCPS direct from the North, they are prepared to execute But lierc 1 Hope!
TEARS ap4cTrcE.exe1eaToly devoted to bo done with elegance and taste. Cloths, carat' : all work entrusted to their care with despatch CORNEX BAT A5DJzrrEvs9e5TIaET5j- ',. -
tb.P43fta4 treatment of diseases of the pexualornas. metes and vesting kept to suit customers. Planters eonstantlr hand a good assortment and In a workmanlike manner. :They inrite all to iSAVANNAU GA.Sff Mf WILLIAM DEVISES, originstoran.1Manufaeturrrof
.togher.wiIb ulcers upon the body throat who wish to furnish their negroes with-shoes -IV 'of TIN WARE,-of his own ,manufacture, tire them *call, (on JTewnsn street, second door lhe'11eh Loxeg ,nnder Providence
noMorlera, pains in the head, or bones mercurial r ejothing,can,betuppliod with large quantities which:be offers on as favorable terms as can bo fromDr.'Byrne's new building -assuring the pub- -i BOSTOSI ; I JOHt Bt VSBT.NovJ.18M. ,WM raiwdto perfect health by the use of

rheaatisok strictures,' gravel. Irregularities, diseasesaVlsingtron very low prfoce. The pnbl}e are invited to call and purchased at any establishment of the kind North tie that thoir prices shaft be moderate,and all gar-i : 6m. : r these Lotenge* alone, after he was pronounced
oods and for or South. He is also prepared to execute at short warranted fit. ,- **"- *" -
youthful exoesnos. impurities ezamme prices thorasclre monte to be almost dying with
Charles fe: -Duni by a Physician eon*
the constitution has become LB AMERUVIT. notice,and is workmanlike- reenact, any article olgWErr K B. Cutthgamd reps4nttthesbortcat notice -
"if bTookTwhereby -
-' -'*""' --- -
enfeeMed eis!n lie-DfeW to eTSpood7 relic JatkienriHe.Pet 9. 1831 e i&dT,cornntVtxAD, .zrac. eb-ly' : SURVEYOR OF TIMBER, $L sumptionTheteLozengti* : beneficially: 0n etiry part

to all wb9 Ua7 pLies .nHelTee under his eare. His motto is A'quiek sales and small profits"and GEO H. SMITH & CO.AucrIoxJ.marJl'a'1 A PPOINTED by the Governor,for Dura!county, of the ,and make.strength amj Tiger
I e:7kdc.: WMd4 inIr$ of the Unit..MtdeI1rkenmdin "iAmILGROCERIES, he relics on the public to sustain bins in bis efforts.ifiTOVES. ** havrngkeea qnaKaed as each,offers hie ascii system,
tale the of weakness mnl and
*do1Iper package -- ;of all kinds, always en bandaiOrdors COMMIMION' eel to the public in that capacity plce dfbiTlly,

rnitE S CSCTHBER .from town er country, thankfully received and ;y.iLCII4NZ'p ; Jackspnvillo. Feb 7,1852.,. _k--tf willie any ease where lungs sufikfent are left
I ; ; pAI-PuiLanzLn 4MEDI.Dr. keeps oomUnUyon hand punctually attended to. April 10,*5J, tf -- sustain life, check, the alteration and raise
,.L1 a fine assortment GROCERIES, to -
FORT & PUNiliMiFr -- 4he patient to healt Thls la not n ldT boatt,
which,he. respectfully calls the lattentiou of the vORNAlIfiNTAL :
: WOOD'S tbis sent into the market with
nor is Kemedy *
rsa4 Pbfladelphls.ZLGW1 -* : public, consisting in part ef ? f1llE hiy htoTvJL
$ nlered -
IRON eat n thoroajch trinl, has proved beyond
extennre and nninlerrnpUy.bare Svgat Cured Uavu, $iniilert, lieu Pert, JrV- WORKS, '
yesriot pnttnership the purpose of carrying on the tfoob shot what bee boon areertid be Jone.
'K. Market, can
Dr f a Seff B.I.gu18maag Cod
e Ud4. rendered *, Ruzoar1iaalclja4 abore business,*and are prepared to make sales COMMISSION MERCHANTS! -
the mo't expert C&IOOOOSU1 pracUUooer.fused J1**,:JlaeLodr JTrUA>P tat,e*..-Flew > either eonstgntnent ot at auction (one ef the -, -lrIprg nlSdaoe grew owe iJ.f A
e1LUOflt t3 disease* of a private G tht Butler Cheese. Lard Iron Statuary, Lions, Greyhound*, Vewfound- -
Dear In-ibe &( Leaf firm being an anctiopeerX) -Both of the firm are & : Y.iieaa.t'gare'vIis ripe/rail,
ulcers npon the Ctiahedjud Brtwn S*? a
bothL.tkcp$ f L1ineI* tho ic.4 .r bones Iseasqirifri Slealand GruG "fya Ceffe CfrtJitt and Cigar. rises plans,Iron; also Stairs Iron spiral Railings and straight and Verandas, on improrod the Interior, -which tires them the adrantage of -----e"-4letoher-30th-4e62-tf.-! S: -Agent- -for- Jacksonville and vicinity:
nereurial rl making ready sales of goods merchandise
ALsO any 1liuiedereforJbeeeLezlnei. be kd
mast *
fl exeesses er imparities of the -- .rT eomprislng upwards of 200 designs, which be sent to ;
HtooK-wh t eoBstttiiUon:has' beoome/en-1 iodoPDrter, XTontageleJaand Ga Designs and specifications will be rent leant may gir flteir thempneonstgnMent..Theywm <*Uentio0'' to wskfeg" eMstnd dreesed to- C. PHV1'rnari93nt ;

elIseMa b azttnsted with ee.ceesr* 2ejac .. Chalet Bra nd part of the Union,br addreering- : ; immediate sales. T.ey would respeotfoUy ,- General Commiiilon Hercisii.ICQ Dsrien.'Oa,
)hlmelfsmder eiare bf Dr.fctW.TwltwastfVos,4d 07"WHICH HE WILt SELL CHrir ro* tAeu..U Oct9'6m ROBERT WOOD. PhiladolpWa, from -, '
loll merchants and tradesmen tot "
t his honor;as a gmt1e April 10. ?882. e T.
apon his btl "mphftto SNUFF AND TOBACCO. Any business in thelt line win bo promptly attended ..Willpay particular attention to-sale. Jfello/ 1 t19EONDENTS.; .
FRESH AHUIVALS.rpllE Pine Live Oak other
Lumber, Southern
t-- and Tim
2'akapvtcv&1 1zmgf.' to. --
iklsL5 ( all who entertain IIIh1. of Ae
T- have Wired thenUetves byeJ.t utt Jertfrued l is?q weekly receipt of goo-Is I 'PETER LQKILAJIP: ,J3EOftQEJLSIlTUiOUrw"rftlcR. her and prodtEco. and- to order for purehaisinzMerehandwe. "ITTOrLD W 'usefulness say o ef artificial Teeth.tejtT*bin *
1-3 habtl frequeat/r tf d.ell
e4setiesIe&ulgeL 1 his line -
frfm -tho best honsos I in New Tee call, and eiasaine his bestfaful ftyie ef Block Bum
iiU oBpanion ernteehoolr the er- and is at all times MANurACTVERn
4hiRf4trbtd prepared ,
1 Teeth, These are adspted to the mouth- the&Uncepbene
ectptbcb) arS nisjhUy felt,.t.a.beaacpsed Inraltdr in7T7e'ulre. To strangers he weed ) e.42Cbttbesatree ,NswYerk- -A Beed/Fernandex, Bisbee tCo ,S. ROCEENBAUQH, suction principle, and with so math lea-

-.destN, + In44 h.dy eenstttudonsl, sboad apply 4ebiIity.Iosuor Ine.jqstneessed sty not,take give mea the article.itutrecmfedcr trial,and Ifyou areuot saUtfiod steamer-,so /- VfFpRS- fur sale tie follotng articles, wsrVfjranted ,-R'Boulter.JaeksenvBlef 4 Co.-Boston Samuel A 0naby.Winhunt J A, Laroich'AJsop'iBonn. GENERlL'COlUUSSlON vrk n rtt "MKHCUANT, cess that It faseareVr* erer found n*ee sary**Me

esesi4oek1ibd hJIIU3 IMaItd.and geol Rnshton,Clark 4 094 Cod Liver Oil; Wolfe Are of superior rsps.1riabl1itS szdaUnecuaec: mule Schiedam{Schnapps Ilouck Pjiaaoea Aew Scotch, Coirse French JUppee, and, other ikesMvilLl:Fla. 1ft, 1852. tf Lfcs gory, that can eeotnbuteto the.health and preeer
; ration
_* of the patnral Teeth and Gums, delicately,
beItver'sed Snuffs Also Fits In
IIUW1 Of $ England Couh; SyrapV: ,potrplandFcref $nd i iAriJO ; Oil Tobacco hit-found Cotton.1Uoe.6ogr1ssmbe Timber, anti
O. MCU N ; though at the-same permanently$rfka.LAi1olie
;.y.r, diefl11 &i the diar.CUODI reaaedt, Osrool Indtft Chohucgne' Attr'' popera. A more psnicnlardesenption of the | A-pO., otherSouthern Produco>, Abov Merchandize pur- warranted perft rous-
$ -
&? $ Cherry PeotorW$.epb,<2ninin ; WInces Balsoml various *rtklreeafl4hheOwn'by-aendiog for Jf cxt dopr to fcmandcs, Btsbee A Co,D y street, chased on advantageous torrns Joael9-ly) S Residence.:at the Bnflbgton fleue. t *es
Wild Cherry'wtLhaacotbei articles too nume fall current above.- JsiksonTille: -Fls- .., -
price as mar 19-3m waited upon at their residence, If desirednarchMf
; AiitTh -
$ :oestomootigeralisqdede d. --i r ; --'4 *-> V *.i...,., n, i T..I QTlLLkeepon hood a reneral assortment bt ,; OSEW1RiEGESEIUL1 -

Mth TW. hook'Jusi published :dec 2i OILS PAINTS AND WINDOW tJLASS*.' O Dry-aoodi Provisos, hardware tM$1O1EItCi1Ai -

WAde&Itb safalIn4otaet1o.ostbI1nftrDtielutlUftbs fth'thP; ItMJFee : Groceries VLinsredOn.tliwind( Boited.v -l. Cutlery.Sodlory.4e,. ,to which, they InvIte the 3J WATER SrflJV.YOR. Execst.r'. Notlc .

.Manhood n49bIeam2s&bin Jroyl&ioas.'lf i- Elephant Oil,a superior article for IsjupaCastorjOil : tepUon of their friends and the public gonerelljt -and prompi attcnkion-'r- giten io the isle SIX MjDNTHSjifrer' !eW'preend out

t _ ,A4.AEGEiotefre* and choicemar2C.e ,.. 0 Anything usually kept In the store of the town, O QTBICT of all articles of entrusted to his acount.andeoUbhers to the hloa rablethi'Judg6efProbate -
produce care, '
can always bo at their store. Can -
had and
; ex mtoe. 'Jte
I, -TannesOit. for Vtmub ef UniK
ed'C$ v and all orders prampllf complied with. > '
espltioreatyert ,fmlaerfhnd sucTwg4efiAvs _ EI ,* isIos$, jas : 4d boxei Window Glass, ssortetl sixtfc ._- > .June 'sci ?? boJeqbitzPutrIzandtxtenloiInv4 tat ofhi4

.' 400 1bbttBlAien< Potty; n rVU iS& ANRTA1L >wife;ef IQO,**tafr ef Thorou B. Fibs,-de-

suboWJ1eIOi ) : r- VcGCEk. _- *. For sale low4,frfr Cash,** TTW MANUFACTORY 'NCoMMIssrpRcIL4Nr- teusetl, for a fin l settlement of,the same>ad
I : '
-- shall apply for full iscjisrte)
i 144 V JOHNM.PATKE, u taid *x catrix
-CI IIVCH HOUSE.respoctUjIy. '- and execntor. "
PT. XtXELI. ?{.%Y.comero81noesn4Plni :ng21__ Druggist -
p4dfliS4P JAcxIoflJ.zJj'LAi.ITEEPS -'
Lef ngswpgtft ly opened : --- EuzABETu-Meo1taL. : -
-L aelkittbettonaor egar eat2ce1ved2ttheDrugsndlsncyStorer 1BE bietberepetfhl1y tntfclth ufle eonstahtiy on hand and'for sale gen -- XIechrt1.

; tb |>Tiblte. *?ber are atrttix ><< A ,VEETSUPEniOKlpror8egars, justre* lnpeettoa' fbiagtock' fwb1ekl4is -- .- : : fl_ 'era!assortment of TflEOUc1E ,

C vi1ve retnooetpedkiterslbi JrX J AND tebfcnh; .
the'same--with BT.t *. The < -p -
place Hensoiswithli : 1pWT mM.PAYNB: O9fltPdJOfl&pLl&cUagflon( cii' -
tona.4for1raTd? one hundred and ftyy'adidthb Post Office and ;__- 'i --- -- t 1 -: r.t fWttag Earannah will A6 weir to examine my and-wiQ sell thont lowwlbi wA. than they can be :- ; : .

wharres. The undenighed U agent for Oats Scott'i Letters. :oa the Climate, Boils ud Prodnetloal bi rtock.preTMWs to pnrchaetol o! where, ** ,- bought elsewhere in the outLs : ALIt j'RSONSIndebcd feh.estaied:

: dIastt1lr-cddZ1. J1 .-. four horse coach Jm4t$ bOMlaek mail lines FLORID A. -*-OrpniS 'BcthkgTubo fehoww Baths,, hip Baths,'and Country broduee taken in exchange, at liberal .13. 1afayetteSafardIat.0j'J1Wi1ihe000tI

b 300k4sLless,KIWI AgsutsP.d1me uTaect both tearing apply for OeaIasem1.we.kly jat the oOooA of the. Jaeksonrflla For farther Interesting werk is for sale at toe store of Sponge-Baths. Cooking, Parlor;and Office SUVes, 1 prices; deeea ea,wiTTpIease come forwar'$n
J.U.MoBory_ and at -the "News" office, of rations siMe and saoel approved patterns. StoM eornsr of Unloa and Pemihslroflt for, the.sane, tod alTctedltfrVIegtUei aid

Iovr' tiiAi JA1j ; Lsi.ic Jacksonville. Price 25 cents? JUUow;want, feverydeacrfpejcn EnameOedandThwedBaaee owned andveenpled by JdnJas Armstrong,1Jaeksontine.0cfc237mfc.ia versoBS entitled te 0istribuir.B' re hereby ntKUfled

I i.cNOflCL- ( Pert Office lumps w le taken tor Letters, and- pans; Prwening JeaL; BertlrW : -I_ It tq present their*kia addttad4 l tame
: ; i "' ''
; ; tan be easily remitted b}letter. O and otter Waffle Irons le.;,* .. Cutlery and for settlement on or before the 1st slejLpf
) ; Britannli MttsT Ware; Force Pumps Well : rJOHN-W -
-, : Pumps: >
t -----f ---4 1653 their tlsims will forcftr
BtterrPBmp* WeU.Wheels Bras and February, ,or
tp1yttb NcStlce, ffotice ; Pewter
nrrHIE Faucets; Couplings,1 Valres, -1c: : le.1* Coprier,' :jrtuaalstlByBNESNBW'BUIU; _red'i
4CiriUit )JoUrt SIX: MONTHS kU date.I shall present ay M4 eopartnenhin heretofore exhUns'under the! Steam, and Water Pipr 'and 'all 'Othr'conoer >17iar- ---- I COLUMBUS StlOhD,4aa
C the md'tooehers'lo h Ron, Judge of -JL title BALDWIN A BYRNE, harinff been york zecuted !itJcflleitch.T: v
-. bIos ngtotkeEstat Pb.s4esM i&isborotb'nt7uAmulstrtr! dissolved by the death of Dr.Byrne,the business ot -- _[' AIi de saIe r'- an1 _:fBrudTiBffldy

% acty lb. staZeIJmW Cerfbe,1 decea ed lata ofsak said firm win be "closed by the subscriber the survirlog _T J _J:L -_ L Zf T aT- 'Lf- s'a Brfldf? '.
-- ? I ikaebags1kInis1d ndmIn partner. All persons tndtbted toot harieg r ,} ,. PROOF PAINT. For'saWa' fcw
aeipLjiTuoflAsJPaEYTT1 account agaiosi said flrnt art desired io setWe the WATER 'A NOTH tt.supply iaf that Eup&ort-jii*
re :and weaOierproof, ,otetwaniMin-i eentsJ01KC best ouality, just Toteived Jnat
? ( -1 BEKJJIAGIJER, -'"* '' J\. TJrindy Jmt received, tad fora>ky 3
smew1liuUUl.delsyaspcedblL- ,
4norIff -J. ? I f -
8MTU7 ** peue MACIUCLgt&nath NiwTertJby ; : .e
_1I1 t '! 7 yHIT = dWfcir Admtn'i .' a.ehT2-4f -- *e rA. BALDWIN $ May 183!. fly doe II BELLCIIASSS- FINEOXN up23. JOIWhLPATlLL1r

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