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Title: The Florida Republican
Uniform Title: Florida Republican (Jacksonville, Fla. 1848)
Running title: Florida weekly Republican
Alternate title: Semi-weekly Republican
Portion of title: Semi weekly Republican
Physical Description: v. : ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Columbus Drew
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Duval County E.F. Fla.
Creation Date: January 20, 1853
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with July 6, 1848 issue.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Apr. 6-June 14, 1854; June 5-July 9, 1856. Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.
General Note: Editor: C. Drew, <1848>.
General Note: Publishers: C. Drew, 1848--1851-; Thos. C. Blanchard, -1855-- Jan. 17, 1856; Charles W. Blanchard, -Feb. 7-Apr.16-,1856; William W. Moore, July 9, 1856--1857-.
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Governor's-Message.EttcrrmE measure of legal protection to private rights p lldence referred to,)that he was unable to ]1iOn in reeard'lo,the quIitv'ud land which cial.!-wisdom; admonishes. no- tokeep.,. part ,-thousand-- eight hundred and:fifty'pnea&> J "' .
and pro|>erty-]this it peems to me should be obtain an interview with of should III1
the head fhe
any properly belong State virtue
CHAMBER CAPITOI., to by time sourre ofiohiticalpuwer1sId'tlL| ) long .' in seventy sixth of Independenceeltb ,, _
in all
T&ll&hMsee, November 22, 18.12. extended our acts by whihC peek chiefs unta"Augnft last; and it i in believed of the "Clljrell of the 28th Septem- the people remain enlightened and virtuuuv United Slates. ; ,V'.* : p ,

Ct tleaf* Jtht Sntait to enlist private capital t te the his iJ tri w was, thelt effected, imtre by'the her. 1850 grant of the '-Swamp no fe.rs nerd be entertained f.'" the perma. (Signed. ) f'**r'' -* t 1
and Jtoiue of RrpmtiUattvtt: public convenience and utility. i is not; indeed fears Overflowed ,
inspired by operations of Gen. or Lands" Slate -
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l'tf. nency of oar institutions., Various, a o i.
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is a source of no pleasure to be lightly S t
It Stale the frontierthan
the interest
supposed any Hopkins on by the peace of the Stair rendered i absolute have contributed to dela the utabliaamf'UIf ByTutPar.qDerr: < %# :
gratitude to a beneficient Providence to greet Legislature would avail itself"f the** ful offers of Gen. Blake I i
who am happy ly necessary that some J. J. :1
AJIIt competent the noble Common School System' thi- SigneJ) CiUTTurpcjr, f;
again, assembled for the discharge of in its own favor to work a cal-I to has in his and well i
you pay. every thing acquainted with
power State but Sot '
cone surveys ; our fund for the purpo-e is counid Acing Secretary *.
duties under : :
high constitutional circum- jury to private individuals; but latter to accomplish the of his in Florida .
your tfe purposes mission. should be ap"|>oiiited on the part I erable, and I confidently hope the day is not '
rtances so prosperous. Peace and plenty pervade not beexpected to invest their means on the I I have little doubt that his negotiations, of the Slate to 'protect its rights; I made a distant, when all our children and youth will The Bible above aUPrifce.1 -. 1 1:1

our land, and though we have not altogether hazard that even gratuitous injury may not would have been attended with entire suc- contract with Mr. Henry Well and Dr. be able to participate in the benefits'it wa. 1 ,:.4,
escaped the chastening rod of the he done; much less that they may not suffer I ee:s had his efforts been seconded by the A rthur M.Randolph, general Sate: agents designed to confer. The snggefttkinn eon- The consolation which the Bible imparts -,' '

Almighty, our condition as a People affords consequential wrong. Capital will make plan of survey which I proposed.. for'tn1! purpose. Both of these tamed in the Reports-of the Register of Public and tbe blessings which it oflers, are s"ucb .,

abundant evidence of His liberal and forbearing the deduction, that where the right of unconditional In A u-.rust, 1850, a lad by the name of have for many Year*' been Iltlemn, Lands Comptroller and Attorney .eneralulon as nothing but omnipotent GooJneai'can I .', ,

band. I beg leave to unite! with you in repeal is reserved, it i is intended Daniel Huboard, living with Captain Sum. execution of large contracts for Ihp'8urvey | the various points connected with oui bestow. '

fervent supplications that Ills wisdom may to hat or very possibly may be, exercised. ner, in Marion County, was captured and of the:public lands in Florida and from their Common School System, ,will doubtlew. 1t6... us guilty, and freely oStn as p&l. .

guide us in all our efforts to advance the interestS With these views, I beg leave to suggest murdered by a band of Indians, which caused capacity and high character, are particularlywell receive, as they deserve, your careful atten don., )It Duds polluted.with innumerable j
and happiness of the People, of this particularly such amendments of the Act great excitement and alarm; and a party who qualified for the I'trformu of this lion defilements, and uners us moral parity.: It" -- -

Commonwealth! passed at your last Session, iucorpomtmg had bi-en sent out on a scout in search of the duty. It wtjjhhe} jjw-n. by tbe ontrt which The accompanying Reports of the State finds u* weak and enslaved, aud offers lifer-"* '
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Under the existing system of biennialTegislative tha Atantic' 'and Gul Central! Hail Road lost boy, found huts wtvTre Indian had.'encamped herewith reported, ,hal< they ,are, when ,Treasurer ami Comptroller show,a bight I,. It Cads, us'wretched,_and offers us happmeM. -: : t'

sessions a largely increased responsibility -, Company a may youi judgment haimo- and cultivated groundmany miles beyond necessary-to make examiiatoiis in personto favorable and encouraging state of our It finds us deal, and oflers everst.M" .,
is devolved upon you, and your meet nize therewith and subterve the public inter j their prescribed bnundary.aiiil evidenceof run.out the lines and Iu furisl a complete finances,and I would invite the consideration: lug life. It finds us "having no' hope.and'witboul < E.'

tings concern much more deeply than before, ests. Facilities for rapi-l, ea-y and cheap intercommunication I their having driven off and destroyed cat SrI of ita(1 for the .Ste lor eight of the General Assembly to the views andoinionof God in \t'orld"witl nothing I

the prosperity of our beloved State. In this and transportat.oii--wb mcli Ill belonging to the frontier settlements.Thi.s / mills jr all the reported and tbe Comptroller, in regard to eoim- before us but- a certain fearful looking lorof }

age of progress two years of inaction or of shal invite imigration stimulate private enter II discovery lei! to the formation of scout, confirmed to the State.l They are engazedin of the features of our revenue system Hi-' judgment and fiery indignation and -.1 1. ,

error upon the vital subject of Internal Improvement prize arouse public spirit and energy and parties for the protection of the settlements. the work, and have made considerable information experience and opportunity l laces glory and honor and immortality, < 4 i

may well involve a loss which harmonize our population, are preeminently On one of those bcouts, Capt. A. ..Jerumigan.with r res and Mr. Wells is now iu Washington forming a correct opinion upon euch subject lull iu our view, and while, it nrres as to.' it,., .
cannot be recalled. The Constitution of this the wants of Florida at this time; and for a party under him fel in with and City upon this subject. But by far the would' alone give much weight to Ins suggestions pursue Uem, by the exercise of :'faith in'tha j
SlAte declarethat "A liberal system of Internal fellow citizens, I of Indians of Redeemer, and "patent continuance in'wclS- X
cue despair any great I captured some ponies, and a larger portion the lands which will ; but I am strongly impressed witi '
; Improvements, being essential to the or lasting improvement of any kind, in number of hogs. These transactions caused accrue to the Stale under the grantof the propriety of his view, on principles ol Juiu,," it ei.c.in rages and animates in the h 4 il ;

..di\eliip'iient of the rtIIICe"of the coun-1 condition, until \\"t shake of sloth and be-I great alarm on the fionlier, fearing the Indians Congress, are yet uiisurveyed and justice and equity. i l>iu.uit by the moat. condescending offers of I l1l ;i

"trv. -ba'l be encouraged by the Government' take ourselves manfully to the supply of II would retaliate; and numerous appliCations ronsequenlly cannot be selected and set The Report of the -gister rf; State LimU .n..mtamice, and by "exceuing great and previous f :

I nf lit .State! and it tball.e tie! duty of the Ihe:e wants. A laige portion of our people were made to me, to authorize the apart to the State. Upon this subject, I invite exhibits a decided improvement in the re i'romt>e
'Genri.il; Assembly, as soon as practicable, I must remain comlalatvel' destitute of ; raising of volunteer companies for the pro the attention of the General Assembly sources of the funds which they constitu:, ti,hl, and sealed with the blood of his eternal, I "

*-to ascertain by law proper objects of im- even schools oi mental and i tection of the setllements. Perplexed by to the opinions intimated by the Department by a higher average of sales than here.o- ...11: promises which one would think-;are ** ,

"plovment in relation! to roads, canals, and moral improvement, until population thick- the conflicting accounts of these occurrences of the Interior and the General 1 Land Officein fore, and which may, in a great measure, br .vitiu-ieui to render indolence; active and thu.diiy IS I I

''I "IIa\i; streams, and to provide for a ens around them. and lever will private energy which teached this office-unable lo judgeof certain letters responsive to my proposition attributed to the enactments of tbe lalt; bolt!. Unfailing pleasures durable, _
"editable! application of such funds as may develope itself, until our State counselsand the extent of danger to which the frontierwas to survey the country occupied by the Gei.eral Assembly. r.cbtl'immortal honors; imperishable| 'mao- .. ::

be appropriated for such improvements." government manifest some ,vigorous exposed, or the best means of protection, Indians, which are herewith transmitted. The Report of the Quartermaster G-jnem > o.is; an unlading' crown; an imicoveable.urour t ;.

How little this provision of he Constitution -,, tokens of a public spirit. Let the State, if and nn will- to involve the State in a large Soon after the adjournment nt of the last shows the condition of the public arms ; &u tjveria iing- kingdom an eternal : fZ, )

ba ben practically regarded, your recent she wishes the character of a State and the expense by calling out volunteel without Legislature, for the purpose of obtaining information There being no State Arsenal for their safekeeping height: of glory; "ifect, uninterrupted, ner i,. ;

journeys from your respective homes place of a State in the hearts of her people, a justifiable cause, I odcred Major General in regard to this subject, I visited the care of them M attended wit!. cr-e..di..g. perpetually! !increasing felicity, in i iue m#'!=

in every part ot the State, must have painfully display' some enlarged puipose and designand I Hopkins to visit the frontier as a special the keys and islands on the coast of Florida, increased expense to the State; which should : ; (tad fruition' ul Gud, nre the rewards ,

reminded ).ou. I is a melancholy reflection -! some executive vigor in behalf of the agent, to investigate the facts wish full and penetrated some distance into the Ever it possible. be remedied, by the erection of a ..Incii tbrse prumUt-s assure to ,all penitent =-P

that, while the spirit of improvement j! People and herself.I I powers to cal out any force he should deem glades. J do not think that any plan could public depository. t>elievers.-But in van do; .we:attempt to '. t( :

i is pervading every other State-opening I i invite you, fellow citizens of the Senate necessary the protection and security of be adopted for entirely draining this waste My opinion m regard to the perio.l when 4et. >ciibe these re\TarJJ'i' for "eye hath not t.ell. '

new sources of wealth and comfort and i and House of Representatives, if the views the people on the frontier, and authorized to of \aterlj;but thai it could be very co>isidera my constitutional term of office s'tould: commence i, nor ear heart, neither bath entered into -. j

stimulating hnman industry in al its varied ;j of the Executive with regard to any proposed I capture al Indians he might fall in with lily reduced, and a large quantity of valuable and terminate has been fully expressedis (.,e beart of man, the things which "God bath t '

departments-Florida alone, the sloth- j I measure do not meet your opinions, to devise outside their prescribed boundary. To Innd reclaimed, for a sum far below the of public record and remains still un prepared for then that love him. 1 ( I

fat servant who buried his talent, seems I, some plan better alapte. to the ends my letters of instructions to General Hopkins value of the land, there can be no question. changed. When, therefore, my successor MICH are the circumstances which renderlf II

".elligh content with inaction and repose !> proposed, and provide its effcient execu- and his reports, I keg particularly to cal If/he Indians were removed, it is a work shall be "chosen and qUufied," my official, the ti.bie interesting a*a buinau composition: f.
subject. We do not transcend j tion with the appropriate means of the Stat', the attention of the General Assembly. which should not be delayed; and for that -mties will cease. sUCh the insiruciio.is precept and promises 1 t )

the limit of truth when we claim for her I so that two years more inaction dray not will be seen that a co.operation"Itb Gen. purJosl the Board of Internal Improvement With the assurance gentlemen, of .vlncli u 'inmumcatesas h a revelation from i tGMI.

natural ad\'antages resources and cal'abi-i follow your present Session and the Stateof Blake! was particularly urged; which led to snould be clothed ith the necessary power hearty co-operation with you in all constitutional my. In proport, aiao, tu the importance. : rII

ities for improvement unsurpissed b) I Florida continu" and remain the only the interview that took place between Gen. and particularly! with the authority lo ap- m..uurehavin, for their enJ anti i its contents, are tbe evils which woaid ;, .;

of any oilier Stte Union. is the Slate of the Union which has taken no step Hopkins and Billiy Bowlegs in August last, po:nt u State ":n ineer and Geologist. object tbe public weal, and wishing you au result! from its absence or loss. Destroy t :;
fifth in territorial area-ihe thin! in hea'th'! to better her condition by words of Internal and the visit of the latter, with his party, Connected with this subject is a Board of agreeable and useful 8e 5.nn, this volume, as the enemies of human.hapiJ'! 1

with some 1,200 miles Atlantic and Gulf sea- Improvement. j to see the President at Washington City, Agriculture. The last General Assembly I am your fellow citizen and obedient piness have vainly endeavored to do,"and .t1: ;

board-a fruitful soil-a genial cimatl extending As jet, the Internal Improvement Fund is \ terminating in an agreement to u .e their influence passed .* An Act to organize and establish a srrvant you render us profoundly' ignorant' of our

within the tropic of a : intact and one more legislative opportunity to get their people to emigrate as Board_of Agriculture for the State of Flori THOMAS BROWN. Creator; of the foruiat-on of the world which i .

range of agricultural products of u nsu rllass- j remains to unite public, and private means soon as possible. I must confess, however da," which Ilrovlteslhat it shall "ro composed we inhabit. of the origin and progenitors of 1j II

ed variety and value. She has noble rivers and energies in a State enterprise ; but it is that look for no beneficial results from this of persons relidenl at Tallahassee LAWS OF THE UNITED STATE, our race; of our present duty and future,des- jt 4

spacious harbors-inexhaustible supplies I easy to set the probable result of a lilte! negotiation; and, indeed, it is surprising that and one corresponding member from Passed during the first $.& IOn of the TI T!!. lluat.oir; and coma gu u* through life to the ;
of timber. Around her floats, in endless !' more"procrastination. Local and isolated with a full knowledge of the faithless char- each County in the Slate, to b appointed first Congress Join:luon of (a'icy, doubt and conjecture.' g

succession, a large portion of the coin- 'i schemes will soon be clamorous for an al'propriation acter of these Indiansthe Department should by the Governor;" and declares "thnt it shall DeMroy in s \Orunle, ami you rob pof the ", :.. ,

mtia marine of tbe civilized world, and ; from this Fund; and however have thought it worth the while to commit be the duty of such corresponding member A Resolution Au'-horin-L Parch o!! the co inji.itorv; c.t.JI.elul.t'I..t'tJ.: l'y i'rt" :
in the direct line of travel and trans- '> :';.utI ".1.-._ ._ -yf arcrcrs, diafihe: or'\lY clou J" which haS'fmi i
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4 marts .itlbd'Wth-grl secure subeqacnt :is nt. Commn rumor T4abas.mea.bq mLor oU.erWli.al .ta.1aterl
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Northeast AtLantic, the' be with regard, IOt has undertaken to supply this important information relating the soil', proluction flitiuf bfI'ie an1 > trr be eattereJt< :{ a brighter' day -- .

Gulf, and the Pacific coast. j nal' Improvements, as to what may be con omission, aOL! to assign March next as ,climate," &c ; and fur'her."lhal it saali ieeitJtivMofiuUi'tel 'tyitts of A'ntricli I t seed; you furtid ui to h'-pw' that the huorisaiiocttih. -f, -'- 3
With all these advantages, her "11 Con*!'** assembled. That the .crd'HY !. :'.el ".iHlioa shall no roore'jyrjs.vord j
progress sidered an equal distnbut; of money. Batif the period in which the emigration may be be the duty'nf the chiefs of, th.s departmem :
it deserves the name, has no parallel with-' of Stale. ia ruinphiiHce with h s requestna hIt aauitnatmoii, ," anJ rigliieous-j| .
that of Bowlegs and all
i wasteful and unprofitable expenditure I hut better testimony, to transcribe arrange such Ifl.r1latl1
tbe limits of the Union, in feebleness: and i expected; le to lbs Committee o,i the Ju.IT,art, be ite-4.. peace. U Iioly py shall! ,HUivefaaJfy t
iu : of thi, Fund were all the consequences to be himself declares, as voluntary act on in a book to b kept by them fur that' .
insi uifclce Colonized! 300 yearago, feared, mon anxiety would materially the part :of the Semmoles! it will never take purpose, and 1:1: some convenient fonn-.11 author'zed to purchase of the publishers of prevaiL n.J rally us to, a-iticipat uothing"hut m
in lit- the Statutes at Lirge, one thou ani I copiesu a couoUiikt 8ucce >s.o> of wars 'revolts"ton& { ?
she 1:st.1 mHlhertwlih veiy abate. Worce results will, in all prodabil- place. The fact that declarations to this all buillt hours lo keep ln same ouchbr .
nine 01 t1di.1| Statute Lre miseries terminating ,
volume at nom'.l1It criuieii. arid only -f |
tie rl'ate compaialive public or 1uvateweahh < ity, follow, in sectional jealousies that ma etfcct have been often made by that chief public inspection and benefit and also to
thai Its aiid the } ail published ant) cause the same in be d,- \\ihtlie e d of tnu"-l"lJlroy, Ibis volume! *
1.Ullei ttclon8 arise, or become eml.ltercd Ito enmities, since his return from Washington, while ina distribute seeds or plants they may reCeive bloWo.f 1
ribuie-1 HK the first eight volirnes were distributed and deprive us. ut a single religiou -"
broad bosom of 11\1015 her acres, susceptible the course af tins! scramble for pubic money slate of inebriety, and removed from his fur that purpose." All these provi you ,
order of Congress undi-r the actitAumgust with all the consolations, j
of profitable tillage! is yet of caution shows that it is eiinei by nominating :
uniiturbcd the ordinary political habitual cunning and are '
respectfully snhlrittd.
current ions
uiurrupting:al eighteen hundred and for ,I winch it aft rdArn4.
the band of agricultural labor.The eighth, hopes an propecl -
by and, demOalizinand theagreement'' all its concomitants is or inexpedient The Governor J
perhaps impracticable '
causes which have produced th s exi i corrupting legislation itself. Thus, this but another of anI temporizing expedients could hardly be expected to possess such I tysix.Approved. leave us notbing !>utjhe liberty of choosing, It }

traonlinary and lamentable condition of ar-1 j mun,Ccient fund, which ouh if wisely to gain lime and the means defence, when intimate knowledge e of all the counties in the I.. May 10. 1S52. (nii- rable aheruat've!) between. .the cheer: I t,. .i
and the tr
le*s glooiii! of infiJeiity on ui--
are in good part pointed out and ex1laine11 to be of much at best to the enable him to make ju.liciou- y
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f.ir" : managed so common utilityto force IS resorted to, or, delay State, a* to loint Resolution providing ro-the Distribution of shadows of paganism. D,'slroy this volume,, .'
the communication of Hon. MR. I
the people, may be a source of a1motunmixcJ period of Its application. Uuder these or- al'pointmentj and as no Mlarel are provided the Law of CoagreM auj :he Mobiles the re.on heaven bar for ever haUIK
HI unpeople ;
CUEL our Repieseiitative in Congress, i evil and mls hief. From such a cum"lances. it will be for the General assembly it is not presumable persons con.'; a you wre.cbed a-. .: 1
\.hic 1 beg herewith 1 lay before you: a'' catastrophe, 1 again invoke the General As to determine what measures shal be be found to pel form tbe duties i recribd Wth a vie* to the ciap! crrulation of >:s against the of terrors posienty hi! ,:fatal i
Ada restore to the king 1
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a paper of singular interest and value upon ': sembly to save the Commonwealth, by comlU'Umg alopted to compel a removal, and propel without compensaiio.i. Consequently ly no.ap-| the Lays of Congress and the debate wrihnting n; in the same 'ISt eh ; ,
I bury hope graveJ.vn -tt
the resources of this State; but doubiles, no': : it, w.th a wise promptitude, to some time for their application! shlul our antici ,. ;pointment have been mae: but an Agricultural lo the true iiiterpielation thereof, rece tmg yes;our bodies; cnneigii all-who".have. ,, ,if 1
title blame must also attach to ourselves, a> i scheme of a Stale and general character.It -as to the failure of new Society has or anlz" in the .uid tit make free the commu'i'cat:on between eternal endless J
IlalloJ attempt d.ed befoie us to sleep or
well a to our CICUI tncel. It is que, I becomes my duty again to call the serOUs at negotiation prove \(1 founded.For Comity of Lon. with the view of constituting the represeiiiative and con lituent txidies 'mltern and allow uos to expect ,iiothing .ti ":$
ble whether our legislation' has for the State with Be resolved bu the Senate and House of ;
lalirly
., attention: of the General Assembly to the purpose! of providing subsistence, a &lety it death but a SIIIIIar f.lte III 1& word, destrqy um
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been of a character to encourage the inve&tment the subject of the continuance of a portion forage and transportation 'fur the troops called Auxiliary SOcletlps in the dffereuitcoimnties.hich Representatives of t'ie United states of America. this volume a Id you takes from 118 at..onco-l ,i.. :

of piivate capital, either at home or I of the tribe of the Seminole Indians within i into service by Gln. Hopkins 1 borrowed would lead to the accomplishment in Congrev assembled That from and i t thing wmcli prevents existence .from .* \,. i

abroad, in any great work of public improve I the limits of this State, to the great annoy under the authority vetoed me by the of the objects contemplated by Ihe act will after the present session of Congress,. the every b ci.mi g IIf all curses the greatest. "YottA .':1:

ment. In a former communication, the Executive : ance of our people on the frontier and delnmsil fifth section of the act relered to, the sum of the assistance of a scientific State Geologist Congressional Globe and Appendix, which blot out the IUD, dry up the ocean ;take. ,

bad the Illeasure to lay before your 'I' i the pio-penty of the Mate.By five tliou-and) dollars from tne Inema1 Improvement to funmnJhe "i"fonnatiol relating to the contain the law and the debates thereon a* the aimosunere of the moral world, .

honorable btdier, more minutely, his views an act of the lal Legislature, approved Fund, which was placed under soil, productions and climate" 01 the various shall pass free through the mall sn long as ana ay degrade man to a s.tnation; from which # 1' i

ofawcikof Internal Improvement in this I 20rft January, 1851 it wa* provided the control of the Treasurer and Comptroller portions theState.. The appointment otsuch the same Hhall be published by order of I be may look up with efivy to "the,bra 2es. : I

State, \\hich, as the foundation. of a general that the Governor of this State be, and he a,>d all claims arising from that source have an would probably be atlen led with Congre-s: Provided That nothing herein that ensh.n >'' .- -wi- :Aj t

ryslem, affecting all inteitsts a equally- as is hereby}., invited with full power aii,i heen auiiled a..d paid!, agreeably to the reg- the most beneficial effects in the development shall be construed lo authorize the circula. Who| then. xvould not earnestly.\wish; J: .if t. l'

l possible, might: in his judgement, concentrate authority to urge upon the Pre,idenl of th* ul.itions in that Department statement of of the a agricultural resources of Florida.. tion of the Daily Globe free of postage. believe tbe Scriptures even though :the-: '-ic' j '

the energies of the Slate and peopleand United States, through the proper department wh rh wil be foullt in the Report of the In obedtei.ce to the pi o visions of an act Approved. August 6, 1852. !I came to him unattended with sufficient'ev-. ...' -,:

break at once the deathlike torpor upon the necessity for Uie speedy and final removal Comptroller.! payment has been'made to of the late General Assembly, which made it idence ol their Divine origin Who can be-

this vital' subject. In partial accordance I of the Mmnant of Seminole Indians iiocer.aining the officers auJ men for their services. I my duty to tk such steps a>I might'deem A Resolution relating to the the Recess.Printing of Congreiidurioz 80 much his own enemy as to iefulsel&LbS..j -

with the vieufc then expressed, a charter ; ; IH Florida;" and he was. "authorised will be necessary for the General Assemblyto iiecessajy proper fur the speed settlement Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives lieve them, when they come attended with ,

Wa enacted; but, I regret to tay)', 5 hampered i and required, when it shall be expedientand make provision for their payment, and to 01 tbe long pending question of disputed of the United States of America evidence more than sufficient to satisfy ,all,

with restrictions a to render it of l-l-; proper, to raise a regiment of mounteJ demand of the General Government a reimbursement boundary between this Slate and the in Congress assembled, That the Secretaryof but the wilfully incredulous 'Who, in this, ,

tie practical value. In this respect, however volunteers: to co-operate with any force of Mate of Georgia which bad been,referred to the Senate and the Clerk of ,the House, view of them, imperfect as it is, is prepared ,.

its condition was not peculiar. Oilier the United Staits which the President! mayor was my duty by an act of the the Supreme Court of the United States for and the Clerk of ihe Committee on Printing to say that they are not of all:books the,

bills of a similar or correlative character .;er to Florida, for the purpose of removing I General Assemblv approved 231 January adjudication I sent David P. Hague, Esq., jointly be and they hereby are authorizedand most "important;, that t.hey.oaght.not.. wbe, -.

were in like manner rendeml inoperative, I the Indians, as contemplated by this act, 1851, to cause "(he accounts of the several Attorney General of Flmco to the city of empowered! to examine. audit and pass prized and studteJ, as such by all who' posf '

under, as I conceive, a 1stakei iioiiou ol I and for the protection and security of the officers and privates of the, volunteer Washington, upon fabj ct'with'utbor- upon all accounts for printing and binding : sess their, and put, without delay into, the ,

contributing \tbe public security. frontier Belt ements; or. is com'nanJer-- co"'pa1Iiesvbo were called out by the Governor ity to employ, on behalf: of State, such during the recess of .the 'present Congress hands cf all whc do not-ReuDr.Paysots.! ;
____ __ __ ,
consider neces <
The lewons of exjtenence indeed would I chief of the inituia of this Slate, lo employ of tne State in the year 1849, to sup- assistant counsel as be roignt in the same manner as is done by the CommIttee -
dictate to luthe iiecebMiy of caution in gun- I. hem, when, in his judgment,4t m.iy hecm.neCelNU Ind.an hostilities to he audited- and sary. I am inion.J by Mr Hogue that be on Printing during the sessions of There 'died lately," in a lower county of-i .
pTtsS
ling acts of inClrpurotltnj; but sbje ., force for time engaged the Hon., Reverdy Jonnson, of Baltimore .- irginia, a mulatto man who bad bEen,*
UJuulJs \ a, an independent llovreJ', and Stale scrip, bearinJ six per Congress. Lf
as well as all others, caution itself to whom a fee ha been manumitted by his master,and was under.OUTlaw -
may removal of the [Indians, anti the prolectonand cent interest, for the ,aft issued retaining for Approved, August 31, 1852. p
cme so extreme or II-Judtd as to bring security of the.frontier settlements.1' In through the Comptroller's Office ;jn and by paid, and that the case will come one of those persons who was permitted; _

with h all the dangers rashness and pre.cipitancy conformity with tlc provisions of this act it not ner act, passed at the same session, ap.proved hearing at the next term' of the Supreme BT THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED_ to remain in Virginia. His master badrwitlw*
STATES.
That golden mean' which guard vill be seen by the accompanying document 14th January, it was made my duty Court The Attorney General's Report wilDe hiK Lberty left him a respectable property, nd:
the and interest of found full this subject, A PROCLAMATION. this man, by industry, accumulated anestatewf
&Ik r"bt the public : relation to tnia subject, I especially : to execute a bond, in the name of this State, more upon
and I tvnCI which I beg to icier the General Asembly. of$25,000. He had purchased wife who,.
eprtlrs boW w.t equal band invite your attention, as furnishing the to the Southwestern Road Bank of is to believe that a
there reason
Ill l last Assembly WHEREAS and his children wire therefora
[In mtessageiothe Generl was a slave, .
th I juai obligation, it fullest information in my power to communcate Charleston, South ," be substituted my is about to be filled out in *
lemarked, "It 'doubtless -within tbe military expedition bis as well ns his,wile; :7 1Fitlhng
and : own property :
os
te ( efficiency. No -that, as early the 13th February, of the bond given by predecessor, ,-
a !n lieu my of Member of the the United Siaies. for the purpose of invading into bad health, he went to PhiKiadelpbia 4
will .knowledge
man eveiy
b content place his means at 1851, I addressed letter to the Hon. C. M. but there was an personal
1 a Governor Mosely; a* ap Republic with which thiscoimumryis I
'of this Mexican '
the last
the 1 that the mililia sometime! during this summer f
Assembly
of '
arbitrary another. Ko prudent Conrad, of War ,with a copy <>i propriatlol made by Congress to re-imburse U'"e and whereas Iheie is a i
di&p Sc.etary disorgauizeJaiid whatever at peace; medical advice but learning from the batt'
for
i is ly. ;
in a public the the of I for the claims for winch entr
m money act, urged necessity) promptand the State of Florida apprehend that a portion of the w i
able to inake remedytins reason to there that that his health x
work 'under" I have been
phvsinans
'warter'wbicb may at any decided action, on the part of the General these obligations were directed lo be given, efforts t in a this ,. regardless 'of :their coald Po"j 1.1 1
with without state ol things have prOved wholly people country : worse man he tnought and that be
10ent or wasted reason hi be lost repealed Government, t accomplie-U an object, s. I exercised the authority given me by the effectual. Tne law ,is radically defective inpnncible duties as good cit-zeng, are concerned in,, or live; he''wrote to a relative of his.old. master-;, "'". J
h time and mportant to the safety of our people, second section of the sid act apilruvcII14tbJanuary lake ** ; I'
expectations blasted.- i I.. ana as ,well as unwieldy' and cumberBome.p may be seduced. pa.n.io the .same. to come' on for hitn,, which this gentleman,: I.J
Capitol prover the prosperity of the State; and knowing itto and borrowed the sum necessary whereas uch tend ::10, degrade '
thatcu'ggestion And enterprises him
bully and slow of No action having Wen bad on did and .'tayeIwith ,him and brought' !
wary confidence. It demands effectthe until the
be the policy of the Government to of thofe tr chaiacter of tie United Stale-, in
lp. the of the the his "l1e .
; invite attention at
I back to Virginia request yzea.hurtly
again :
and ,
ample written guaranties, and is removal of the Indians with the least made by Congress couid '
civilized i world and '
of are
be tne
General to the re tbe opinion { after his ieiwu' npl loRg ain J Y
all'rol.rlatl1
not ofteu Assembly ,
.disposedlorisk its fiduciary operations >ossitlo violence I proposed a plan for the ; of which i Iii more fully eplain.ed lubject1h bv law: ':totbi&gentleman. :
al in the in or.ga1iiZe4&tFdI5CilmliUC1 expressly prohibited his last will left nil his estate 1'
i mon by
upon any abstract or general confi of the which inhabit, in the of the to Ie no alt issued this <" i
country they report Comlltroltri therefore I have
,
survey i miljlia ,is more,re- Now, my as well as his wife and chit ;'I
dence JD mnkil& large. It such restrictions under a military force sufficiently large to I when ttie' Quartermaster :, 'all who shaUcunn '
do a beg to'referjLnJ; and yet 'we han n&r'oiie, or.J..iie Proclamation, warning "persons who are.thus the slaves of bs.1rad-trua-1a-: :
uf'JrWly' fatal to the protect[ tne 5uleyin and to cap- are made but, the whole qUled t ct the nse yes with any such enterprise I''
charter, .which p.utleo" reicirnemituf imlitta'in Fonda. have ing..oourlSC that ,be would -er y# : -
,
their most all the Indiana in with. will be '( to tue .
communicated
national
: lure; they might f.1 matter uly' Generalof in violation'of the taws and '
tblPm.o 1\ -
maluCe'-Oltrlion inveatsbytbem: must whose, be ,1 discourage The manner in which- this' proposition was General Assembly U a Special l'Me5gJ.., United upon'Slate;by the repeatedly Adjuiani to'cause ubligalionslof, the: United,States. thai .they Hers was an iimteiligentweaItb7.mflrwD: ;,:" : j'
knowledge thatthey" received, been In the In accordance with the 'Act of, ml tb themselves the
correspondence tie subject heavypenalties ,
wi C the will thereby comlitrort of "coloreS peopkTintfie.
of the strength cnevrjlm .
are in condition to lose to be nude ''
well returns :
is caiculaea referred *To the and '
to.In Swamp I
General secure
Assembly, denounced such offence
ofapitanvnung againbt ; l leave Wa
them habitually,'cauliou inilUia of f.ibi! .State, .for the purpose 1 Northern Stale,ihus perfetriug I
and I' '
\red *, the spring of 1851, I received information Lauds,11 approved. 2.11 January that if 'they should be capturedVItIUU the .
Overflwe,1 ,and aiLhiapropeflyo at .
and
'the her wife, children
11Ioizpplantthem y el Cllto. that the charge of the Indians remaining' prviJeL-Tnal the' Governors quota.ofbe"pubIC arls of the Mexican authorities,they l&e,Sute
jurjsdicliou
to aeD\1IDpbem.out of
whose adventurous f amid I tsseJ general \i .properufficers.bul white map. ( 4
,love in to-' take suci -afe' .
spirit gainu Florida transferred ( the authorized
Departmenlo
unchecked an was morn r lu iteJ : mr.relunTs have Ter .beeu nade must expect to be tried and pun l5be.i accord-: to live'as freep'cooDs.witb a fine: iatLteW:: i t.r
by any.knovvledge or IUlplclont War to the Department of the 1 Interior l measures' .ti'tO him ,ty seemjexpejLeut ii >dmfet ; .m' ,weU mimg.toUIe law of Mexico,. and 'will have iThese are .notorious an!' Teconledi'laeti, wand
the ;
he can tuner pecuniary injury. Thus, andtbata. contract wasmaJe'by -the Commissioner tuthe'interest of'ttiis State,'in securing (f.oinanv 'wrtiou.of it.j the of "
claim this
: be, iio, right to_ J.interposition ._ I14-'PUcclal.; denied and ere ar
of illcons lered that this i condition .may, can ; i
excess aware "
'f very caution, of Indian'Affairs'with the to 'Ihi .
t '-ltlro.baln and cla'tfsilyin' the landi'jateljr' granted "exteitt.aUribuubre the' sparse government, in iheir,behall.- such, octurtencea UtOD.oa colored* .
'act' ; i incorporation taI, and, doubtless, of the'Secretary of the Interior, with this State, designated! a* Sr nip or Overflowed ) ,- to-wime : %therefore exhort all well disposed ctizen8hobavethealt'tkrCputa4ioa many li- t
Mate be ,
the which made pot
purtioiis'of' might pobiiek
of
< : people
many
.
ot d b1'I engines public Gel rt Lathe Blake, "Special Agent, :Lands'l-'opeiied 'a- correspondence 01 poputation' 'ofIbeir M
a he Qltif&flSioweandher ;
t ,'I who,,.with to pruceemfto.Ffurmdafor the'.S ''General!' ofFlorida'an put,I am sun the main caiWjawy lr.e U>shanxe thf exaggerated faiiQQ&:
.1 corporf thepiirposeifentIeaoflug the subject'witb "e'o nud-lJtespecifuHy country< and-are animated wrtnsajustregard : adt errntsjftoer '...Dr
> ;
; *** tuejitatute themseLves "
are either Commissioned tftetfene-, \o
a a itt ..7 'judicious .rl ement'na.1eor J ihe the for iu jaw*, ils peace, ari,1.far4tOdisccuibteni.ce'and' iist'wel-. :
the'GineiatAmby! pioprieiyof bititJ fQ1sab5tittiuginjkJoIaerat .
. :-IEling the submil to "
,
."li chances to effect the'removal of tne.& vat LanJ O1lic'topiei mp } Iy"alitheaiicpi ,laMffttf
of4t i h.hib\ *
ntirE1imN ,. mind iact fur ficuoa, forjata jgnsun
.loe>from vised i in that ; .' ,t but U adopfing an systm' reasou
remaining State the country thisMessage. ;
; regret t say ttat fa'.f..cb eVvterpri a anJ -icall '
secure ftc f ullic,4r'ttio.1eled( 'of their brethren.wut of the t IPlli been made, seeii 1F 1 ."*Irls,agratifyngJrefl6tU fli Uiat ajiroperlycowstii and chanty' 'inthe .IaCJtaf.c. _:- $ pt5t1r'
\ -
( 1 Mil* 'prngre ha .h-i Scnwot,4ilU'Cation upoa.t very,offiwr of tL.*, GuVeriitneal, .ll.&j. e 1 \- )-, <&*'*. '_ 1 1r'
to evade them, though al the Mcricco1.per. river;" and in the fall of 1ba1er" GeneralBlake'with a Repor'of the r'tuQ t d?sysum{Cunwion;; : cmvLutnu4.tarykC1Iliol, .hi ,arX.tUIgby i_.., : ,...: ; ,.0 I

a..1, '?' oteibrUiaate If a deputation ?ch.fsfromArkatsasarnvcd ; ouy414: {< nas :'become" ..' Asubj, . 1cmilol tr IQOJe.'ht' in 54luipUimi..iUteimI. evy.. r .. : .A .1, ai..
=
Q remain a dead letter'on the statute a TampaiorOli; .e'*, +d"'to 'Jtubifituie, tcn "u.aMVepbt i S l't SthUPbtiIepLrtmcl2tExecutiTct 'dr "':' ::!iiII : '.' ;' .I 18 .{.aara.ntlw---.LhCl CiIlioll' i
;
cs ; vooUW Abettor'.atUlir'they purpose. of cffccang the object.of{his I ceil-. Uodefslaftdmg ibatlbe6eldiiole4Surveyor'GeneraTSOffice '"Int'; U, v.:/Fc'I.ftjjee titi, :.iJ ;: !i.iui. ,l lc. ; .. : ,J'J.1 t i 41b4; j l o I Greece umW a.puuc* tbe Greek.fatbits' i.
' G pau4 1 cii 'L A4aizecipw tract;and filed las bqurtcraaz.1ot31ycr3 .. v re: Leilstums" < d.1 u4t- day oi Oc iu tb"yeas of,our Lor4 O1452'j 'II'."ee.j.iJi.II\; tat l.:,'. ..;"*, '* "*, *** t 4.
ocdy duty oWipuion-tbc vrdinay ;' 'Bat it by the\corres I aud V4a>_ .4 *-' o > '< r'
.i b e1 >O. 1. -woul fruisr'crYl ieliitfoi# I .: i'fit ItJ.'s" ; .Joi j t : ,:,-" .:: ', '. ,l c..' .. ,. ,. t

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. '!t ;ir-t. TIMS.FLORIDA?rJAtP K\"Dt'qrt"NT.&T.RJCPttB LI J Art- c).,Cutge I.o.,es 6 t ibs I. ..f.%,- 'w WEBSTER'S'DICTIONAIY! Sill, o'SAVED"I! : '4or FOR CLAIMS-AOB.CY.fo.AT 4 ., WASHINGTON- ,. "finsm inu! mm :::

r't "..iTtUv. Deiral Cemn.,. B. V.. 1. : 0 Wmjffi aN J'&UfL STREET and,Fletsher6tmt.JVewYeTk. THE MOST CERTAIN AND
CULUUHUS THE BXTZBE VTOBX: '-'- JEf Three Stores and theIr. ''Wna.t.. &.. SAFE
REMEDY
PItY..tr. FOR TIlE CURE
Wouel _ttaTad. Deeds before word t OF
f !I I OURE .laoa.Y. ., ,. ..". fhgsa. BICBs AVB AOAftttf *z,n WTLtAl '. HOTEL,nriMTLVAalA A I

. I, Tua.-ThcMu&tL$* .p r. 1'1I0 ,.,a.ttw .Is- ELEVElISAFE8.r etttewBt makers consumed Continues to give his prompt attention to the ar CHRONIC DIARRHOEAKj '

\ t ."or.L_ .m"P"L I *! a.taIA 1 1' nll TJt M._ o_ 2h "t. ,n*_Fbti "" -_Tgresa

.' CeIMIU A"J""It"l Dtid f 'I>rait tke '-N.' rT.' -; ___ ..Ifa..ci. c.defied the Sass,'asjd brWat out. Us eontenUwiUMntatawkoTtre or 'Jfft e Bilve. .l oaar7Lflft>partment J.'t ..1, 't .
.opoaxEem! t" .u..t-: : Claims aslaiago1g112tsJteYol '
,
< : ..rthearedaH.'r: it :.t '. .., .., ;.-t. .f ) tou",Half- Yl'IIi.K.Y..- .J ."n-t'l
. ; ." _' jLETTER.THC ,
A4rcr44raeaU will be t rttt1 e.roU "W .. .. "P "" ", / : pay: or \Vid.... Ftmnoae Naval or Army; '
: 4 iV Haw ;rJ .-. .. ,I m* ur rUrrcHta Jki BUKL I', *. r. Bounty Land or.Serlpr*under law vt:f eb.U, whiCh has yer betn prcsenUd to tharstands f-
I Wtar twelve .
c ,
)
rate ( ,
"
t.q\sre ;
per r- ; 34r; fr'NawY & )., 1351. i 1847,or August 10, IS1d; Arrearages Pay and It opoa i its Ow..Mtrils and
needU
,
... .J. ,..' ,
::1 tie IhIt;." Strenty-FIre Cents for every Iflb I J J[1rIe SfEiKim and .lfAnm,raeeeawnto C. Mileage due returningVolunteer; Claims for lflng.Jr tfirXOT }na- A.

1 jieutLithn. To yearly Advertisers a 4 .Btymologicat partcarp.iaea.isi.it4isAat. RQ ft CaNo:14 Water Street,Now TOTE.Si .- Hones. lost and other Property destroyed;. Ex pu TAILED _Tbj .IA

r *.count'wHl J. ..'e;, All transient -"_'I.IM. i-.", P. -. 4,,vAwy 1sitb.the fin was consuming my'p1a.oof p-... tinctured by Volunteer before being .mustered in A 'lxCJLclln."c, "a-
< I absentIa
No,M6 Pearl i was service
VasiBM*, Street : and received into ; Waggon-mas fTWIS
t
...14(exceptT persons..*'"X a running .Rensalaer County,testing a new i eleaati ; apt ter aDd Teamsters'' claims. J. Marine* ,sailors', : J tromaeeTs1mI4ietalrnotagrowIught YaInsbtepa'epsrstlou Is eomjoundedj; t:

; with the be for to ia connection with my Excelsior Thrasher .: -&c. e" *
office) must paU previous rata & Wilds of Flortte.' .11 is'irtr aa.y wht .
; I "* the aeeoant until I was fearful it WIIOLL" .
read the for
4 .&tIs. / \ and did not Having all forms neeemry proper Vegetable, and designed
DnCI4LLT for
the
4 was too late to save my book which were laced of claims, together with the rules cure
presentation of the above disease. The Inventor
I Person's' V
I I nees fy the following ate ,. ae> Jay fears were aot allayed when nents, be is prepared to undertake. all claims.oir Medklne. Ia fact the test that he an hae iarnluW. --n,

,: One rpiare (twrlre line) published 'x 1Gon I fe ion H neeessary upon my return to apply the hat kind soever that may require' the services ia the towfl in which he resides, and the".".i&t. .:
Water 40 before 1 inns enabled to this ,_ ,
ours fan Agency at place, I hlat. ..
with which it hw
tnt- $10 met '
after which it required M settle warrej, '. :
TRUE commence operations j Particular attention given to the1 proper hi m la saTinff thai It i
i Two u".far fix month, 13 hours of labor and application to raise the l.Salamander meatofQauteniautera'aecoaDu.Cbafle. .- ; He has therefore a POSITIVE CI.RE.

4 .J l ejfai and other l
.t NotetuskbtoaiAIereIitorJ. 7 ., anxiety during this delay,and s.y agreeable surprise claimed, and the extent of services required'j : suffer with this knowing how daLf
i { upon opening tho safe in the presence of anumber All communications, to insure insertion,must ny rerous Disease Tery unpleasant and often ,
.' Application for I ftfadmitiUtration, /7 to find 'books and particularly In the Southern '
r of gentlemen; my pa b e post pAid' _dee 4-tf western States.. 14.
: :<; Notice if Application fur dismissal* SET, or the fourth STOMACH perl saved-and legible as they were previous to .*c
In
t directions of Huron LJCB1U, I purchasing-my "In41an LoK..t"
I. the fire. The intense heat to which the Safe was HHERIOAN AND FOREIGN he
'I I trator,. $ Chemist,by J S. llongh-: Terf tal bl.orkaflctVI t subjected, can be conjectured from the condition p articular and look fur Dll, written signature 011,

: I For.n"OG DI'Dtorcanon.IAlt'tIr"rumC', Pa. 'xmx XDCOK KU(.' of another safe, [not a Salamander] of which aniron .AGENCY I. .tbe label.
t No announcement will be made nnlew lli. remedy for Indiges skeleton frame only remained,and not a vestige CITY OF \VASIIIKGTO3r, I refer the public below to a few certificates Hleeted '

.t;;". V* acooia|>anied with the ami> nt charged. e, Liver Complaint Nature's, Con A'hr. .. of a book. They were companions In'the TTNPER the direction of AARON I1AIGIITU citizens from.mOll J:DTlIIe.many reeeind from retopecUble '
curing after office on the second floor, from which: J
,
) same thayt PALMER of New York and WORTH-
Editorial nwCrco fur prlrato benefit will / EGBERT
the ( .
own Agent fell upon crates of earthern ware in the t INGTO .GARRETTSON SNETHEN of New POINSETT. *
; aarged double th.rate of a.lnrtilin 'IYII ruined safe upon the Salamander. If their position Orleans, Attorneys and Counsellors. of the Supreme -Po S. Planters should not be without this vainon >

: :" .. Kcli'ioni,Obituary,and Marriage notice, i; of Pfpia infused of matt in Th mod iccnuti'4 _t..1IUI bid been reversed not even the skeleton Court of the United States. r able Medicine Every family ought 0 keep it-' J JM.
dissolve loss the insurance .
over
.' p"d. thO would have remained. My This establishment II formed for the following hand .
of LIISgUZS.
: hpu'b1ish.4gT1t1I. out of try the salvation of books in
is
$1,900,yet my A. REED, principal ASm\ .J
forTESTIMONIALS.
objects .laebo
l- Communication miut W rod atI. element, or great DiJ.tl your Salamander I with the representatives oi I. For practicing law in tbe Supreme Court of rlD.. -;...
Juice -tit which oould .
I___ 1 JI $100,000, and important documents
I -----I--- the United States, and conducting professional
.'I ST. JOHN'S SEMINARY OF r (, Prtttrtinf, awd Stimulat I not be duplicated, ha fully compensated in,. business before Congress. : !
.r,'. AT MADISON FLA. je and Intestine*. It i* i..rJ It will afford me great pleasure to exhibit the 2. For the and of all claims ;
:: ING Digestive Stomach of the Ox, : new safe purchased of yon,and explain its merits in law prosecution the recovery United States before -
or equity, against
AKTIFICtt. DIGESTIVE ri.t in, before other IXstionary at present office.No.251 Pearl street, where :I SEVEN CASES
I II Aaa WiLL nan toy my Congress the executive Departments CURED!?'
Exrrrlere *f IhU iNtflteitlOM Juice in it* or ;or
No. 216 iserected.
I-.'., The' GAtro of the win be required'of hall remain until the new building, Governments before Boards of
nmed on TUESDAY,the fith L'f.Y fumi < camp'tlt aad Language Yours respectfully against foreign 1X Mu K Cuu
:. ; : undtr the superintendence of lr. ISAAC \ ,,. By the aid of this pre t ,JOSEFU G.GILBERT. Commissioners. Mr Poinsett ,FLA',1f'4 '. 1,
3 For the settlement of accounts with .
.
.' M. T.Tb. and evils of Indigestion and .
; Trustee take great jJomure in ,just they would be by The undersigned Invite'country merchants and: State; Treasury, War, Navy, Post Office, tbI SIB For the benefit of the afflicted yen esM.

..' big to the I'atrtniii) of the:>miniirT and the \ is doing I wonders ftys- ., others interested in the preservation of their books: Interior Departments, and obtaining the remission publish the following have bad seven eases' ef*.
:f. generally their entire ennfidritrr in lr. Aulil 1 debility,emaciation, ner D. Scotland:author"otV from fire,[but particularly those having Rich'ssafes of fines,penalties, and forfeitures,for allegedYiolatiYDs Diarrhoea on my plantation this season;, .all of '
I Teacher. From the sure* vhirb hit *o dyspeptic Consumption,., Ch. Phfloeopher .eta.M in use] to call at the depot 146 Water street of the revenue, poet office, or other which have been cured by tbe use of lour most:

.. tended the enterprise, the Truntre fret an derge of the grave. The uJ: Its reputation 1*'widely.xl ,. doubt ifewTork, to seethe interior of Mr. Gilbert'ssafe jaws. valuable medicine called Indian Loxeenat. .
: anee that they will ..ell in bnildiof which it u based is in the not this edition has receired essential imptor-- with.the books undisturbed,'which be has 4. For securing letters patent for Invention Yours respectfully, JOHN PRICE,Jr '

: :cbo l exacll/ad"it.d to the want of the .and remarkable. menu from the' 'able. hand it hw passed I kindly permitted to remain :for the satisfaction from tho United States or from foreign Governments I- STILL ANOTHER.Black
and gratification of the 1ihP.! .
: munll"' : and procuring land warrant and pensions
::, Thr'ir vl' ert It tn mtnllifli.% on a permanent Jv'IncJ. through. g5-Orders for Burjlar l-roof.Vaults, and Vault under t bo various pension laws of the United Creek Fla.
: ..: .i.! an iHMiiutimi: in whirh the mind of the ; hU celebrated work on Ani Doors,promptly and faithfully executed. States. Feb. lt, 1332.

.: ihall l>e irc/njjA/jr cdnralcil. Prompted *t c An Artificial Digestive STEARNS MARVIN, 5. For collections generally, embracing' debts, Dear Sir-Some time since' member *f my,
.: earnest lc*ire to pmmotc tbr welfare of the the Gastric Juice may be I Successors to Rich & Co. legacies; and Inheritances the United States family was very.ill, indeed witha Diarrbcea. I
;; generation, and incra the pnoycrity of the mucous membrane of 146 Water afreet; and comer.Avenue A and. St. and foreign eountrie resorted to several things usually given hr the l

.. :. young and growing S-'tatr, they rely with (Ox, in whkh various artd. I Marks PJace Ke"t York; ; 6. For the purchase and sale of lands in any of Disease, but none of them would aifunl uny re

dance wpoa the sup|.">rt of a pati iotic, and will it II BEST Dxrixnto DICTIOKAAT in the.English Owners of the exelustve right of Rich's Patent the States or Territories of the Union, and loaning lief. Your Indian Loxecnst was reeummeadeil..
:. and enlightened puMic to wtaiu them iu the Esg. lit same manner: Language." for the whole of the United States, and the onlymakers ] moneys on mortgage of real estate lying: by several persona: 1 made up my mind to try it., .
:' : compli.liment of *o noble a |niri>n. "nat
; Experience] ha demonntraird beyond a his valuable Writings on commonly called RICH'S safes, or WIU>EK'S 7. For investment offends in United States a cure. 6011 will please publish thi-i such
., .t .he het'\'Mllnf increaiing the ralei of ." observes that th 9ttaA-t Salamander Safe,with Rich's improvement.. and State stocks anil loans,collection of the dividends a valuable }Medicine ought to to kbowa ,tv
: The excA-rdingly b>w rate of the part vennion due quantity of Gastric Juice 1 Feb.a; 1852.Sm.LAND ,_ ,thereon, and, generally for the transaction the public Spread it far and near in order'that

. failed to produce a nuQicient fund to meet the alI-reailin cause of Dys ACCTKATB and XXUAXLI ia girinf jttrt of aU.buiness pcrtainibg to a law,:loan, and the afflicted may find relief. inure &e. '
., .. rent ul j tarrr of the ><;hu l. The Trustees that .a distinguished pro exhibition of the Language.." J FOR SALE IN FLOR liLtrs banking agency. ELIJAH BL1TCII..

. t tberrfore, determined to adopt the following in London, who was severely, t Jfl O Acres, situated on the All communications addressed, postpaid, toIesm. ToDrEPoinsett.JACKSOMVHJ.E.
. manent rate*. which/they are satisfied cannot 1 finding every thing ,a l'W jJLvFci> of H.lifaxriver, Orange county, : Palmer & Snethcn. American and Foreign : 1)
l.int E.F.
. 'I. deemed exorbitant by any one who will give Gastric iuiceo b. ,1 East Florida, 44 miles south of St. Augustine- Agency, city of Wa3usngton, will receive August loth,,I35L
mailer a moment'* reflection. *of living aniinali! .which J. and faithful attention.PALMER Dear Sir: This will inform
) bounded on the North by lands of J. 1Juto.. prompt you-that oc-e bottle- .'
. ., RATES OF TUITION: .." deceased, and on the south by lands now or lately & SNETIIEN, of your medicine, called NDI.I.Y Loxeci'sr, ha* 'I

- s:}'. (rATABLK ..Ut DYoUfCIt-PItIL KSSIOS OP of"the. famous works on the property of the Marquis do Fergcan The Office No.5 Carroll Place, C'litoll1iU. permanently cured two of my negroes of a sever-'J
... M0.1TH3. say: It is a remarkable greater portion of said lands arc covered with a Ju"y3. lawtf. attack of lJy eule.. 1 consider it an excellent i
: For that the stomachs of animals, growth of Lire Oak and Cedar and aro well medicine for this complaint, and take grtut plea.

. ': ... graphy SpelliLg,and,Primary Reading.Arithmetic.Writing, Primary$ impart to the fluid the prop "ThE MOST 'COMPLETE, ACCURATE] adapted to cultivation of Sugar Cane and the Bounty Land and General Agency sure iu rccouimendins it to the publio '
. articles of food, and of Upland portion to that of Long staple Cotton. Respectfully yours, .
. For Geography,Arithmetic.English Gram. AND RELIABLE DICTIONARY OF TUB
and Modem I artificial digestion of them in Lying on s navigable stream for flat boats of Washington, D. C. S. 1). FERX.l DEZ. .
c. mar, History, LANGUAGE. '
. For Ancient History, Ancient Geography the natural digestive pro I three feet draft of water these lands are conveniently T. WALKER will give prompt To )Jr.E. PO. U. .:

- :.i.',. Cbeiuutrv. iNatuial 1'hiloiuipliy, Natural j I IS situated for forwarding produce.' JOSEPH attention to the BOUNTY "THERE IS
NO
. ,.b Jlii tory,VirM Le<*nn in Algebra Jeoin- Agent, and get a descriptive L/I4 For term apply to C. DREW, LAND CLAIMS of officers and soldiers engaged FAIL I..V'IT.-'

4 ., try, \uatumy. and I'hysiologr I I a large amount of scien At ibid Office-or to in the FLORID."o.a., or in either of the ISDIJXWARS St..John's Beach Fla., Feb.5th, *
the abe with J832L
. "If For higher branches Mathematics..Logic, to together II C. W. DO\V ING,Tallnhuu in which the U. States have been engaged: I Dear
from all of the Sit-1 1*v ing used
cures, part August 19-tf your most valoal?
I 4 Khetorie, Moral and Intellectaal Philo o- a or the War with Great Britain of JUt-to Medicine,callcd Indian
.e- per* L. liu and Greek Language, r claims.on the U.States for MILITARY SERVICES, in Lexeciut with complete -.,
. '? ,' Fir )t>enc>eitra, II CURER. Union Agricultural Warehouse 81'FM.iKs, PENSIONS, LOST PROPERTY, &t", and to and success the public my family to inform, I feel it a dnjy owe to you'

4 t Contingent e'speu .. Pepsin has produced the most any description of business requiring an Agent or children have been you that myself and two
AfD cured of *
: Thpre will be a public examination at the In curing Diseases of Debility, tho Attorney at Washington. For procuring Land with it,when nothing eWwonld: a sevcrtf'UIarrncea) '

,t .f the teuton-attendam-e on which will be Decline and Dyspeptic Con SEED, STORE Warrants, his charge will be $5. In other cosesthe Publuli this if your give lu relief.
atory'kpoo all the tnilentf, nnle* a written ible to give the details of :' IT.. 33 FULTON-STREET, IIE\V torn charge will be proportioned to the nature and you pleaso.' CIL1S.,r s> cttuII-.T 5

8 f quefCto the enntrary be received from their this advertisement; but au And thirty other members of the United State* solicIt difficulty of the case. To Dr E Poinsctl. '
undersigned the attention of all
rents Ut guardian ate* have been given of more THE i lIe will alw act in connection with Agents or : :,: .
4r. : Uoa d caq he obtained In private families remarkable curti, in Pbilad Senate. Plantation "to*their-Implements for the Farm or Attorneys iu Florida, who may be employed in JACK.SOMVIUX, Maftb, 1331 '
assortment which
tt, from right to tea dollar per month. Boston alone. These were includes Bounty Land and other claims, on terms which
ir CHAltLKS It RUSSELL cascyanirrhu nucu .,. 4 many of the most recent improvements in the may be agreed upon. Letters [which should I be Jicasosviuz.Ju1y. 30,1S31.: ?>

I' Secretary! of the Board of but permanent. leading WHI 'sett-articles w>-yrW in.--their+.- i-_line.,_all.;.of.which;.. to.tba they pot paid] will receive immediate attentiouJ.i& Dc.rSir: 1 have tried your-very va/u.i We Me ?- '

;I Aug.l9-lt to antidote Bilious, and disorder particularly Liver 'President of.the United State. buyer-especially Railway Endless Chain Powers lawtf. aarc cine for t Diarrbcea for this and find it by fur the best and

:, } MTI F-E-rr and Ague or badly treated New Goods! Ne r'Goodsft3At !Ii so often, for one awarded or two the hones first, of the Wheeler patent, Notice. ever known core or beard dangerous of.My little di eiMe daughter hat I, bar .

L I A I n IJ I the evil effects of Quinine, and County Fairs where they premium have been at the eihibif-State TO .THE.OFFICERS AND SOLDIERS I about two years, had suffered lon.-aod tees aged re
Drags upon the Digestive or Wholesale and R talL f ed OF THE SEVERAL duced to almost a skeleton,aDo} f tried
WARS
v; Classical and Railway! Powers warranted Warren's & SINCE part ef
Englfali sickness. Also, for excess in VST. from a Bottle of your "INDIAN
RECEIVED, direct New York, a Tnmbre's Iron Sweep Powers THE LOXECVtfT" and
J Taplin's Circular REVOLUTION. ,
,t t 4.' JArK0VIL.LB, PLonID.t .. free use of ardent spirit It Large Assortment. "Fashionable'' Power;.Plow*,}harrows, Fan--Mill; Straw Cut it baa acted like a charm the child is now ra.
/ recent Act
!1M N.F.ItROWN I$0 /Httmprrattct.. Dress Goods,of French, British, and .prIan Portable Burr Stone ,MHU, Wagons, Carts, Iaye. (who have Cougres not received,officers and ,lBT'5 proving and may be. seen by those who do not btS. *
Here.
: Manufacture ) aro'entitled "-'' -
--- HOUCHTON'S! ,comprising in part- *e. Field and Garden Seeds of reliable qua. to BOUNTY LA D'for services of Respectfully, *
, r. cue month' -4
French oil cord Ginghams, American do. Fertilisers Fruit A. ;COf..VLV-
lity, and
1J3CRlBER Ornamental Trees. the .
"inClaad..t or more widow minor
; ,and cbiljren'of those To E. Poinsett
TilE French ,Esq. ,
English, and American Prints Onr
'
descriptive enl'
in teaching, ha concluded Catalogue, illustrated with deceased, are also entitled The Subscriber wilt
lU ) Furniture Chintz FJgM and Flats. Lawn. will be Hnt iratif when two to four Post i ST.Nl
I..',:. slUsh School in thl place, and ""' .and Muslim Office undertake, at a moderate compensation.. the] DoL.L.n.JaJlnIs5r.
stiLes the public to call and test its merit Do. Jackonets Plain, Stamps! are remitted, .ecordiDl' to the distance. claim! of those interested.' Having been employ I I Dear Sir t'1 hi is tc certify that two Bottles 7
and Fri'd' SWIM Muslin '
.
1852.
t It will be bit eon-tant effort to cultivate Jal,29, 3m RALPH & CO. ed ill public office for several years, his experience yonr Medicine called "INDIAN ,XECIJSTa.

.. fri biJl"o.1 .tcem of his pupils; and to Cambrics,and Jackonet,plain and checked I, in such matters will enable him to "afford 'great 1 has permanently cured t woof onr Negroes,of a se
.' those principle which tend to develop the Fig'd Berage, Silk Tissues/very rich pattern State e r Florida, In the Circuit Court of facilities to claimants for LAND AND PEN- vere Diarrb a. I take pleasure in reccmmeniKiig-'
: intellect and to refine the heart. *, the Eastern Clreailt,.Daval Comity. SIGNS, and save them a great deal cf trouble your valuable Medioine-as being without doubt
Without beg in the least sectarian, the li Wide Black Silk Marselines 1 and expense.. Where be obtains nothing, no one of tbe beat and sakel nEedleS li."ftft
cheap
;: ; tut..iD be conducted on religious principle. and Florence;very Silk, of color CHANCERY. charge i* made. All letters post-paid will receive that I have heard of or seen.. Your trurr

.. By a most,thorough system of review and I Crepe Shawls,plaiD and embroidered every William. Cheerer.TS. prompt attention,and the necessary forms and W.O.McINTYllK *f.
'
amination, which ba
: experience suggested Pans inatructious en t. To E. Poinsett Esq. .
flatter Kid Glove,Black and 001'" Lace. Mil*, !
l'riiK-iitl| cannot be himself lost. that Knowledge Do. Silk and Lisle Gloves, .Ellen A. Broekenbrougb, widow and admx. of C. W. BENNETT, Att'y. S JACUO.ThLLJp .9th "
acquired Jenny Lind Polka Gaiters William a. Washington, D. C. .fc-,
bred inducements are oll'ered-iD the ,I Brockenbrough, deceased, Lucy October 1S30. Dear Sin I hare used your Indian Loxeeuxt
way Jironxe-tipped Bootees. Gaiters Brockenbrongh, Arthur S. tf
health and of itnatiuu Opera Brockenbrough, in my family, and have
Iteanty found
-to it
parents a very valuable
',t. ing to scmt their children from home, a* uo the Dealers in fine Drugs and Single Ties, Buskins, Slippers, &.. Thomas W.Brockenbrough,George L. rock- GKOiiUE remedy for Diarrhoea. 1 take great ill
pleasure
will be'red iu )providing their comfort the United State. The most approved styles of Spring Bonnets, enbroogh George S. Hawkins, and Mary 1 I II. SMITH & CO recommending it to the poblio. '
eniovinent. and in fluid form, and in Do.Children a Hat, Silk Bonnet, richly Hawkins his. _wife. Thomas W. Bnx- >k p n. AUCTIONEERING AND CODnss1oN; Respectfully, 3.E..TOWNSEND

The discipline will be inflexible, though for the use of physicians. trimmed and of the latest fashion, brongh and. John W. 1rockenbrough, infant MERCHANTS. Egber Poinsett Esq.JACKSOXVIU.C. .
children John
ant persuasive.TueeonrM for the nsc physicians may French Flowers rich' Bonnet Ribbons. of W. Brockenbrourt decease JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
of initrnctioa Include all the hr Iloughton or his Agent, I de Grntltmen't' tVtar Lucy B: Mixwell, Elizabeth S. Maxwell Simon E. Fla., May 17, IS31

ir ch** of a tborongh finished Knglish: ': Ill preparation, and gi ltootaGa.iterisndSbou, and admit Maxwell.of Margaret Chaplin Sims, widow THE SUBSCRIBERS have entered into co Dear Sir: This may certify to you that 1 had a'
1 i aod'a full preparation for any College class. upon which the claims of this Ready made Clothing splendid assortment, lbs Muon William H. Sims deceased, l\1Ar- for the pnepoge of carrying on negro girl suffering under a severe attackof Di,
l h L KNGUSII STUDIES. As it is NOT A SECRET some very fine. William Sims. and another infant child of: the above business and are prepared to make arrhoea, and that the use of one bottle of ,
I ) can be raised against it* Country merchants supplied for cash; on.ferms Sims, whose name is unknown to sales either oa consignment or at auction, (one of preparation called Indian Loxecnst" your.
raOrthography; Reading; Ponmansbip; Phon respectable standing and re equal to New York prices. The country public complainant.It the firm being an auctioneer.) Both of the firm her, and I would take this method efeettially'cured
; leography; Ancient and 1 ONE DOLLAR PER are solicited to call and examine Good and prices. appearing to the satisfaction of this Court are well acauanteQ with the merchants anti citi: it as a valuable of.reCommending
_ _ -.n History; bf't4ltio; llook-Keepiur; Comm : OT:>At the Brick. 'Cash Store. ,* I by affidavit made and filed in this cause,that de, lens of the interior, which gives them the advan Yours tn1J', very JOHN Medicine.
__e. lion and Declamation! JJotanv; the Bible; \/t T///.V--Every bottle of the "" L;: .'A.MERMAN I n'nlSlft Arthar Brockenbrough, and Thomas tage of making ready sales of any goode or,merchandixe It!,. Egbert JSQ DleU. BRANTLEY.

.-..- Ilcsic> ,Drawing C bnnb and John \.C'ockenbrough which may bo sent tl them oa consign
, : SCIKNTIFfC COURSE. M. a, sole Proprietor, Bryant, ichildren of John W. Brockonbrouih deceased ment. JACsnom.r.EJny !. 1351,! *
Copy-right and Trade-mark ATTORNEY AND COVNSEUAR-AT-LAW Margaret Chaplin Sims MarUb !falOli They will give their attention making good Dear Sir: Sometime since I was attacked with
;; "ten taal. Moral, and Natural PhiIoso Will except when business Sims, and the other and a severe Diarrhce
may require hi* absence infant child of William w immediate 'I\tu. They would respectfully r o severe that I coald not attend "
solicit
.J.t Attronomy, Chemistry; Logie; ijeology.MATHEMATICAL and Dealers in )l !di- from the State) attend to Professional ap Sims deceased reside out of the State, of FlorlKfi patronage from merchants and tradesmen of' to' my businesS. I was recommended to try

COURSE. pointments in the Court. of the Eastern Circuit Ida beyond! the ldiction! of this Court, bat ill other citie*, who wish to sellgoeds in oar market. your "INDIAN .LOXEC17ST' I proeared nT
Arithmetic GB ;RT POINSRTT. of Florida, anti.ID the Federal Court for'tbe United States and that defendant., Lucy Any business in their line will be promptly at. Bottle of it. At the same time two members,
' '1 ; Algebra; Geometry; '" Northern. District of Florida. Brockenbroug. George S. la..J tended to. tnT family were afflicted with the
Agent, Jarktoncillt, fltt. Md same diseased
i t..J'-- Uy; Surveying Menwiration Analytical jec -0- R. Marr \Ve all
; Hawkins EU wift ? used the medicine
ido Western
e in from
the GEORGE II. tile
UWILLA.so'ACCAI SMITH Bottle
LKflerential J. ABETT. Cir- one ,'
A.
I etry; and Integral Calcuhll.Ifi" MAYER and I
eDit in the State horida am
of now
for happy to inform
general. Basinets in the .State, respecting and I that defendant, JOHN: \'1'ftICE. TOW that it eared
CLASSICAL( cOUItSE.cii Agent Savannah, Ga. George L. Brockenbronab, Ellen REFEREXCES.--A Reed. us all entirely. We are now all wen
grants and donations of lands,and the location A. Bracken'brongh Fernandei, Dishes from and hearty.,
Latin; Greek; German; French. : or selling thereof. I Lucy B. Maxwell, Elizabeth V. isis2. ,.& Co.,, R Boulter Co., Samuel Willams Alsop Medicine.the use of ot*ON*Bottle-of. your. Valuables
-" I well,!.Maxwell, and Simon Maxwell, reside iD & Dour, Jacksonville Boston & Gun,,1 A La- Yours truly ," *"*
ATeoarae of Loetore* will be delivered dun ; 4U .aI AUI'f tie na4d1e,Circuit of the State of Florida rocho, EM Moore &;., Seaborn Goodall TDIOTIlY'IllRR1S: '
I,fl the f.arJ>O Philosophy and m nm& 1OII for the collection of Claims ,Sa To E. Poinsett ;
Chemutry. 1 upon Iht United I Jt is therefore orc tU! !aid I defendant nnna .: Jan. J5, J85, tf. Esq. 11'
School will be furnished M. r tales for. ;;.
,:1, i with a new set of ap Military or cither servless, pensions, siding the State f Florida' "
--J\ rains and wiU afford ample opportunities for : supplies famished.volunteers,anil for horse Eastern and oat of the Mandarin Fla. Oct.
Is new opening at his Store or Circuit do and 1, 1851.'
comb ;acquainted with >eictice and the : other penlI0" for which the appear answer the bill PaperHanging Depot Dear Sir-Some time
halted since I
i practi Statci of
. l J operation of its Iaw.. a general assortment of is liable:: complaint lIed in the cause within two montba was oa a visit neit'
. from the date ot the No. 44 Courlldndt-tlrect;'Ncic-York your place, and was 'suddenly' takc ?eK '
'ti i -Tbe Academie year will be divided Into PAINTS, OJ-li'enIC. fl.....-. W. B. will also nod that the defendants publication of this order ," opposite. Your Indian Loxeeast was reoomn.jefTb.very .'
quarter*of eleven week each. Student AXD : attend to the olleetion of Claims residing beyond the Mm! "AiMerchants' HoLe friend that I .
and ether was
may I Pro*. Iii of the State or florida but iD visiting happened to have bot
the a
. ; be ter alter the roUmencemeat of any quarter, ; .Q.tp04 aqua. fessional Busineo ia England and.on the Conti or the United States, do appear and jurisdiction T IE Croton Manufacturing Company (organ tie of it in tbe home, and I used it, and take plea
charged only from the time of their nsntofEur.p.. answer the Jaed under the General sure in
informing -
tame;within tour that it
; anuactung you
WITH,OBICAT CA1E '- months from the date or Law .cured me. I .an
TKKM* or ftt-Duringhls absence, 3onnWPicx.: Esq. pubUoaUon or this the of the State of New-Vork) offers at wholesale averse to having my name'ia '
HEW TOKK, will act in his order, or' that laid bill be in print 1 but ttiff, for
.' Board taller TuItlo.,"inclading lights 'fuel, of Merchants; Physi A stead ia Florida. '- ; liken eontoned against Ulem. quantities to suit purchasers,at MAsvrscruzEc'I.0wES.r the benefit of those that may be amtel.4aig eaa"

washing per 8eion of five month," $120 to bis Stock, with the ddreaisckionIlIe.East Florida.: ADd II Ii farther_ordered .thlt'publication of pnlCES, for cash or approved credit, : publish. this if you think it accessary. .

'German trench extra, articles will be found to be thi order be made la some news paper published Paper Hangings, of every variety of.styleand bun. with respect '.

Jl/usie (including me of Piano) 15 ,, and at a* low prices as I JOSEPH GRIOE IaiacksousflIeb DvalCouniyaforecaidonoo price- S t18AN.Y.-i" iI.\R.T f. :
ia week for the Borders to"match.. ir K .
Fsneylirawlng any market of tho South General a ; space of four monthl. oiueUJae Uo1 Is. v'
.
:
Water ; Fire Board Prints In '1 : :
Painting in Color : great ,
9 TltOMA9DOUOLA8Nadl<, &c&e. variety
I'- --S6 W .
Oil 12 : orrEBi -1 o. .;' .. Transparent Window-Shades. GraveriyIIiUOet.20rlS51.i
:t heJudiu.lalltruetiua.ID Pcrpeetire from it Clear, Old Z.lq.or* STIIICT aid. VOIRIRIIIIOit..erelaabt.'j,, .County of DuVaU J' ; Oil Painted Window Shades. Dear Sir Your Indian Loxeenst a good.'
all .
,,.Flue CeUIery, articles Ii Isidore V.Garnle, of the Circuit I' Wide Window Curtain Papers,'arid' icine. Some time since I purchased bottle from,

I j Payable quarterly, in advance.) fas,, &. ''plate and all lor uid County, do hereby certify that the Court Window Shade Fixtures, A of M,Reed,Esq., your agent,and gave it to one

+. f- ( j.' pt). IMY *FL11%. he thinks many articles order b" true and correct_ cop' or foregoing or'- Of the latest styles and superior finish, all of their my negroes that had suffered. very mnob few*'
. ; It English Studies and Mathematics .and tastes-all of which he OCyAn.ter UcJ.eHtllie Wonder-IMPOE- dor DOW. oDlle in my om.. 11 own manufacture and importation. As their stock a severe attack of Dysentery, :]|eu 4 Mm. Soeaj*
rt: Ineludiog the ticfentifio Coarse |IO and sell for CASH. tAN? TO'DTL'1P2lcs.-.Dr. "J. ';& HOUnU ID Witness wbereof have hereunto large and entirely new; they invite afterwards 1 had anotbor negraaUacked with then
12 JOHN M.' TON'S PEPSIN the pet Booksellers and dealers in these erobaDui same disease I purchased,
I I PAYNE. true baud ; anat"bottle.
Ditativt m1 and ansi i\
?.M v Latin ( dud the -
and rerk. fUid Seal -himafeo. -" -'* *
( IS Gastric Juice or and examine their -
I; "- 'of Rid.CoDn styles and prices
prepared-frora whenever
-" they
Payable quarterly,in advance. ;KEsnrr/ the 4n this eleventh visit the I do'.Qi btIJtaI&a' *
) rousts city.
ln
sroxAeai ; moment 1
PpJ 't PUTTY or THI O after dlyOfOetobet.'A.D. ; t i1i
U. -'the Primary Chem moM
Addret 6
bt by A..6.' .' Clerk o'clock in the eersoiii.dy for1 Diietate".ttba&
f F. :. F.BROWN. Bladder sale low Putty.for cash' hia. Th l J*liOUGH'o truly a wonderful, M.. 'JO..Philadel- _..00t1- Circuit Court Thirst Count,. evening. morning/ till 10.'olo in the enr.'wd l. 'Jr.r" P.fOPer,10G I, Iaa east
for .
IN.. .
i n.C.r..eta. JIGESTtON.' New.Yozk, March 1 1822. .I publiah 1u.n truLy '
,: ,M.'PAYNE IJY3PRPSI4IA(UNDIC ApT HB : I' "
'J
lI iaVur.A i HALL. Rer. .*}. It. LlJl.en COVPL4lNT,.CONS Oil Tallow J 'MILESPR'CE !.
TIPA .
Wrxconr, iDraJrgilt. and f'IOJY, and Ohio DeE_ PoinseU" 5011y1110., .'. _
. Ke/AC0CKT-O'RAMaKiis, Capt.. IL U. No5E -- DEBJUTY In T .
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-- GOTel'D or's-Message. measure of leeal.protection' to private rights' referred So, thai be: a'unable to t lion; in rt' 'rd"t.the quality. l minis, which rial-wisdom- admonishes u* to ,keep.. .pais' -thousand eight; hundred and Jflj pne&- ]il'ij;: :

1 EXECUTIVE CB AXBEK CAPITOL, and property-this jt seems to me should.be obtain an interviewriihany ,of the head properly to The Sia e. by ..vir the'sou ire of political pej"'fFj and wi long 8, th of thelndependcoc.ctha f'.4.
extended in all our acts by which ..seekto chiefs Un1iI: August last2 and it is believed ; hue of the Art .YntIYteu(1b ""*'*
Tallahassee November 22, 1852. Congress of the 28th Septem the people renu rnlightrced and virtouu, U-ited .. .4
Gnatlt .fthe &tanlf enlist private capital toe aid of the his interview' : was then effected, more by ber. 185O.inkiig the grant of the Swamp no fears nerd be entertained for the p rma. (Signed) 'I
end y/owe of Rrpmeniativtt: public convenience and utility. I is'not indeed the fears inspred hy the operations of Gen: or Overfluwed Lauds".U1bi StateT and that nency :iof our institutions.',. Various.c.. MILLARDFJLLM03E.. -"Jtt .C ;
It is a source of no less pleasure than to be lightly &UppR any State Hopkins on the, Ironti 'ithan by the peace the interest of the State rendered it absolute have contributed to ilel> the establishment By THe PaE.qDcn: 4' .c.-r-. J "
natituo'e to a beneficient Providence to greet Legislature would 4f these clauses ful offers of Gen. Blake, who: I 'am' happy ly, ecllry. that some AJlnt competent of the nillale>Common School System" tbU (Signed) J. 3. CatTTurDXjf, ; : .f i .
again, assembled for the discharge of in its own favor.to work a gratuitous injury to say./has done every thing in' his Bovver and well acquainted ,with:, lald surveys State; but our fund for the purpo-e is'couwd. Acting &cre1argof.ste. :1 '
iour high constitutional duties under circnm- to private individuals; but tile' latter can. to accomplish the, purposes of his mission.I in Florida,'should ,be appointed oh the erable, and I confidently hope the day n not ; J .
etanct-s so prosperous. Peace and plenty jwr-. not be expected to in vest their means on the have little doubt thathis, negotiationswould of the State "protect its'risbl*; I made par a distant, wben all our children and youth,will The 'Bible above'all Price? _. I
nde our land, and though we have not altogether hazard that even gratuitous injury may lot have been nUtnded "rd.. entire success contract with Mr. Henry Well Dr. be able! to participate in the benefits'it wa -.;' ..* 14. .
escaped the chastening rod of the he.done; much less that they may lot suffer had his efforts been seconded by the A rthiir M.R4ulph. as general an designed to confer. The sncgeslion r con The.consolation which the Bible! imparts,. '.* "; .II

Almighty, our condition as a People affords consequential wrong. Capital 'trill make plan of survey which I proposed. for this purp ise.. of these gentlemen aell1 tamed in the Reports the Register of Public and the blessings which it offers, are sucb ./ .. '

abundant evidence of His liberal and forbearing the deduction, that,where the right of unconditional In.August, 1850, a lad by the name of have fo matYVul been, engaged'Ain the Lands Comptroller and Attorney General as nothing bat omnipotent GooJne 'vcxa' ,, .,.. 1, ,.
hand. I beg leave to unite with you in repeal is reserved, it is intendedto Daniel Hubbard, living with Captain Sumner execution .onlnCs' for thr?survey Uon| the various point connected with out bestow. ,

fervent supplications that His wisdom may he, or very possiblymay be, exercised. in Marion County, was captured, and of the public lands and from their Common School System ..will doubtles It fi.ids as guilty, and freely oflcn as par..z. -t. .
guide us in all our efforts to advance the interests With these views, I beg leave to suggest murdered by a band of Indians which'caused capacity and high character,are particularlywell receive, as they deserve_ )'our'carergl alien* 'don.. It fiuds os polluted with innumerable /" itS
and happiness of the People of this paiticularly such amendmeuts of the ActPassed great excitement,and alar ; and a F rtyho qualified! for the performance this tion;: defilements and uoeu us moral >parity. ,It ": i'l >
Common wealth. at your last ,Session, ineopuf ting had been sent out on a scout in search of the duty. I wj13.hesji' the"contract whichisherewitlireported The accompanying Reports of the State duds UIJ weak and enslaved aud offers liber-'" ** "
Under the existing system or}biennial legislative tha Atlantic1 'and'Gulf Central Rail. Road lost boy, found huts vrh re JwdianiThad;in- ,- that_-they t are; when Treasurer and Comptroller how-a.high!} ty. li find* u. wrelcbrd and offers us hap-' '1 t "

sessions a 1-rgely increased rfcponibility Company as may in youi judgment harmonize camped and Clllivatpd groundmany miles be- necessary,to make examinations In person- favorable and encouraging state of our pincM; It finds us deaJ and oflryerlsst.l:42si, 'C' ,1. \
is devolved upon you, and your meet therewith and subserve the public inter youd their prescribed boundary.ainl evidenceof to run outthe, lutes and to, furnish a complete finances and I would invite the consideration tug life. It finds us "having IsO hope.W '" .

tings concern much more deeply than before, ests. Facilities for rapid easy and cheap intercommunication their having driven off and destroyed cattle set of Mafi for the ,Siate lor, eight of the General Assembly to the views and without God in the \\"orld"wiili' tl1injt. i i1 .'
the prosperity, of our beloved State. In this and transporlatioss-which. belonging to the, frontier settlements. mills per all the lands reported and opinions of the Comptroller, in regard to some before us but a certain fearful 1 looking for :

age of progress two years of inaction or of shall invite imigration stimulate private enter This* discovery lei! to the formation of sco ut,' confirmed to the State. They are engaged of the, features of our revenue system Hi- .judgment and fiery indignation," and 'T t ,
error upon the vital subject of Internal Improvement prize-arouse public spirit and energy and parties for the protection of the settlemeu ItS. in the work, and have made cons-Jerable formation, experience and opportunity of l>Uces glory, and honor, and immortality" >* I ;

may well involve a loss which harmonize our' population, are preeminently On one of those scouts, Capt. A. Jerniga i ; urogress, and Mr. Wells. now in Washington forming a correct opinion upon such subject I.ultua our view, and while it urres us to ", i't 1-" '
cannot be recalled The Constitution of this the wants of Florida at this time; and for \\ith a party under him fel in wilt n nd City upon this subject. But hy far the would alone give much weight to his suggestions Itursite tJem. by tbe exercise of "faith'ia the ".;4 '
StAte declares that "A liberal system of In-( cue, fellow citizens, I despair of any greator captured some Indians larger portion of the lands which will ; hut'1 am strongly impressed will HeOeemer,'and "patent continuance in WtU-,_ -, .'..". 1

ternall'fI"rovemellta! being essential to the lasting improvement of any kind, in our number of hogs. These transactions can .I. accrue to the Stale under the grant the propriety of his view, on principles ol Jiiiiig," it ei.cmrages and animates as .io the, .Th1.uirsssit "
.development of the resource* of the country. 1 condition, until we shake of sloth and be- great alarm on the frontier, fearing the iii.diatis -; of Congress, In yet unsurveyed and justice and equity. by tbe moat condescendi0g offer of 34 J::
>'Il;,ill.e encouraged by the Government' take ourselves manfully to the supply of would retaliate; and numerous ap di-!. consequently cannot be selected and set The Report of the -gister of Slate Lam-! .t3 I..lancami by "exceu'ing great and pre- ii
4 of ili f State! and it hal1 t te tie! duty of the these wants. A laige portion of our people cations were made to me, to authorize ht apart to State. Upon this subject, I invite exhibits a decided improvement tn the resources tous prommes," signeJ by the immutable d 5 !. !
Assembly, as soon as practicable, 'i the attention of the General ,;,>J, and sealed with the blood of his eternal ;
Hieueial must remain compaiatively destitute of ; raising of volunteer companies for the ; rn< Assembly of the funds which theconstltuh.: .
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*10 ascertain by law proper objects of im- even schools and other means of mental and tection of the settlement.: Perplexed by:. to the opinions ititirnated by the Department by a higher average of sales than heretofore .4.111: promises which one would think-;are** I

'piovement, in relation to roads canals, and moral improvement, until population thickens the conflicting accounts of these occurren 'et; of the Interior anJ the General Land Officein and which may, in a great measure, br to render iniluleuca: active and titn- '* .. i ,
navijabie streams, and to provide for a i around them. and will this office tillable certain letters ,lilY bold. Unfailing pleasures, durable! .t,._ .
never private energy which leached to ju jce 1 responsive to my proposition attributed to the enactments of tbe a.,: : t
'Suitable application of such funds as may develope itself, until our State counsels of the extent of danger to \\ihich the frau ''erf to survey th* country occupied by tbe Gei.eral Assembly.The nchet-. ; immortal honors; imperuinble l man .* 1'1

'be appropriated for such improvements." ','i and government manifest some vigorous was d,'or the best me rns of prottcti! 11/1/ Indians, which are herewith transmitted. Report of the Quartermaster Genera' o.is; aa unlaJ.ng' crown; an immoveable ** .
\ How little this I provision of the Constitution -.1' tokens of a public spirit. Let the State, if and unwilling epo to involve thi Slate in a la ef; Soon after the adjournment of the last shows the condition of the public antis ..rour; an tveriasung; kingdom an eternal 'V ;

has been ;practically regarded, your recent she wishes the character of a State and theplace by calling out volunteers, with mtpoiiiJence Legislature, for the purpose of obtaining information There being no State Arsenal for their safekeeping vveighl: of glory; :ifect, uninlerrupied, .nay.re..di.g. it. ;
journeys from your respective homesin of a State in the hearts of her a expense justifiable cause, I ordereil Major Gene ... in regard to this subject I visited the care of them ill i attended will, : perpetua.ly increasing felicity,:inu.e S : .f
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every part ot the State, must have painfully display some enlarged purpose and leoPle'l Hopkins to visit the frontier an a special M the keys and islaiids on the coast. of Florida increased expense to the State which should. full fruition ol God, are the rewards .

reminded you. It is a melancholy reflection and some executive vigor in behalf agent, to investigate the -facts, with f "l1 and penetrated some distance into the Ever. it possible, be remedied, by the erection of ;, -.liicii tl.eas promi-s assure, to all penitent' *"' i it !
that while the spirit of improvement I i People and herself. powers to call out any force'he should de glades. J do not:think that any plan couldbe public depository.My lJt:1'tYera.-But in van do ,we:alteropt to :?. 2 t I!

i is ]pervading every other State-opening I,. I invite you, fellow citizens of the Senate necessary) for the protection And security II adopted for entirely draining this waste opinion in regard to the period when Jescube these rewards for "eye hath not f
pew sources of wealth and comfort and >, and House of Representative, if the viewsof the people on the frontier, and authorize to] uf waters;but that it could be very considerably my constitutional term of office should commence ".,ell. nor ear heart, neither bath entered into '." ;! ;I
stimulating hnman industry in all its varied J I the Executive with regard to any proposed capture al Indians he might fall in v\tb reduced, and a large quantity of valuable and tenn'natehsa4beeu fully expressedis ( e heart of man, the things which.God ttathprepared I I

departments-Florida alone, like the sloth- j i measure do not meet your opiniolls to devise outride Iheir prescribed boundary. 'u land reclaimed, for a sum far below the of public record and remains still un for them that love him. !Ii: ," :

ful servant who buried his talent, seems j some plan better aJapteJ to the ends my tellers of il ttctinnl to General Hopk lS value of the land, there can be no question. changed. When, therefore, my successor such are tbe cmrcuuust.tnceswbich render .i i
well nigh content with inaction and repose i: proposed, and provide for its effcient execution and his reports, I keg particularly to c I If)he Indians were removed, it is a work shall be 'xho. and qUufied," my officia..mties the U.b.e iiitrrestziig 3.i a human composition: 1rI.t :
on this vital subject. We do not transcend j i with the appropriate means of the State, the attention of the General Assembly. I which should not delayed; and l for that will cease. MIC! lie iiistructio.is precepts arid pr thLes I !

the limits of truth when we claim for her I so that two years more inaction rfray not. will he seen that a co-operation with purpose, the Board of Internal Improvement With the assurance, gentlemen, of my tviucti it C'lnmumcaicsas a revelation ffom\ i
natural advantages resources and capabilities Culo\\your present Session, and the State Blake! was particularly urged; which led to should be clothed .\ ith the necessary power hearty co-operation with you in all constitutional God. In proj.ort), also la the importance, I
for improvement unsurpassed: by thoseof I continue and remain the only interview that took place between Gen. and particularly! with the authority to appoint measure having far their end anJ <>f its contents are the evils which would ii Ji

any other Union. She is the State of the Unionhicb has taken no stepto Hopkins and Billiy Bowlegs in August1t j : a State Engineer and Geologist. object the public weal, and wishing you an i reut! from its absence or loss. _Destroy t t I
in territorial area-the third! in health' better her condition by words of Internal and the visit of the later, with party, Connected with this subject is a Board of agreeable and useful session, this volume, as the eneuiesof human,happiness ,::" !
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wit some 1,200 miles Atlantic and Gulf sea- Improvement.As to see the President at Wp-hington City, Agriculture. The last General Assembly I am your fellow citizen and obedient ha"e3inl endeavored to do, and :3.". t I
-a fruitful Mil-a genial climate, extending -,j yet, the Internal Improvement Fund is terminating in an agreement to Use their influence passed .' An Act to organize and establish aBoard srrvant, you render us profoundly ignorant of-car .
within the tropic of Cancer and a intact and one more legislative opportunityremains to get their people to emigrate as ,of Agriculture' for the State of Florida THOMAS BROWN. Creator cUbe format.on of the world which: i 1'i
range agricultural products of unsurp3ss-j j to unite public and private means soon as iIJle. I must confess, however. ," which provides that it.shall "i>e ,composed we inhabit. of the origin,and progenitors i of if .
cd variety and value. She has noble riv- j and energies in a State enterprize; but it is lhat I look for ,no beneficial results from this of three persons resident at Tallahassee LAWS OF THE UNITED STATF.S', our race; of our present duty and futuredet-, ., ":

ers-spacious harbors-inexhaustible supplies easy to ses the probable result of a little: negoliation; and, indeed, it is surprising that and one corresponding member front Passed during the first stxsion of the T, TY. lluat.oii!; aa-J cons gn u* 'through life to the:. .. ;
of timber. Around her floats, iu endless j more* procrastination. Local and isolated with a full knowledge of the faithless char- each County in the State to be appointed first Con grets dominion of foicv, doubt and ;eoiijectBre. ,.. '
I succession, a large portion of the coin- j I schemes will soon be clamorous for an appropriation acter of these Indiansthe Department should by the Governor;".and declares "ihat it shall Destroy th s volume, amid you 'rob us of' tbe. "- *'r 4 frctTas
mercial marine of the civilized world, and i from this Fund; and however have thought it worth the while to commit be the duty of such ct>rre"|>onding memberotnort A Resolution Au ho l1g the Parch** or tbs co:in i.itory exjKXUttion, ipJieitfcJ, "ky i iu pr .
< .. ... iTlaTine cloud which fcair .
z.._. v.ta. .t 0. vI UJtt8o' sicifny *, .
she lies in the direct line of travel and meritorious those may be which shall first ', napgr an lrtairr ftipan >"iin.vt>hnh_ nf\ I.et P.\L t.t ti.. -pf; b1F'reams Sutea.Rtxrl 'win Jr
4 .." ..iHntaTlurrbetwfeii tlie-great trns.j secure all subsequent appropriations'--will' t: stipulated.for its Commonmor rl Taljtahas-e.hy maiLor'oilierwf.;*. $3a \ <*:kni. ;:* r.ytra eufiiring wcrlcf, at j 1'
it .thnent : vii by ;\: Smatt a' i Uws of R.JtceiLZivcs 4.tttYbe auaerel, ncJ brigtiterdaJ'luc- '
Northeast and &uthwest-the Atlautc, be with regard, not so much to Inter- : has undertaken supply this important -I all information relating the coil, production I utio'r --- I
Gulf, and the Pacific coasts. :I I nal Improvements, to what may be considered omission, and to assign i March next as I and climate" &c; and, further."'inat it,lIaati Jfl\t Ui'nel Sntu of.A'lltri:11 t red; yen turbid us i<'> b"JI tnat tae IJ'7'- J-Jt f!
.
a asxmbled. Tha: the Stcrelaryf al'p.iclli. '. :wt.ea: ". .dioo 1I.a1l! no mosAorJ m
U'ith all these advanlages her progress an equal distribution: of money. But I' the period in which the emigration may be be the dUly"f: the chiefs of, this department i/' CIfl4-P&t State with hs .. aiaiii.-rnatiou," anJ rihss-J
compliance > .
if' it deserves the name, no parallel with. I thai of Bowlegs transcribe and all such mfurua request p '
if a wasteful and unprofitable expenditure i bnt better testimony}, to arrange .
expected; made to th Committee o.i the Ju-iic.ary, be ilC4., a iJ l Ityly l {ijy e shall "iiaivefiHj! S I
peace
iu the limit of the Union in feebleness: and \ of thi. Fund were all the consequences to be himself declares, as 1 voiunlary act on lion in a book to be kept by them fur thai author-zed to purchase of the publl' e"r of prevaiL naJ ally 'us'to i-ilicipate not 1nbnt ;* -

insignificance. Colonized! 300 years ago, feared, my own anxiety would materially the part of the Seuunoles, it will never take purpose, and in some convenient form-at the Statutes at Large. one thousan i copies a .cou>tant iicceMio-C, of wars, revolutions. 1i .'
she is st.1.eak in nua.her--vlzh veiy little abate. W results will, in all prJ bll- place. The fact that to tins all business hours to keep the same open sic
decaratlnl
urr < II volume nine of sail Statutes at Lir.e, n.t" cri-nt-s. and miseries tdrnauatlngooly 1'j .
compaialive, public or privatewealth t It ', fuilow, iu sectional jealousies that may have been often by for public inspection and benefit and also to
r'ate : ) etf.c chie just published, an.J cause the same lit be d.s- wish the e'IJ uf tune.Destroy, this volume :a:.
than les favoied and the become embittered into enmities, in from distribute all seeds or plants they receive i.
eclone I ar.ee, or since his return Washington may nbuled air the first eight volume were distributed and you deprive us. at"a'single bio*, of reT "
broad bosom of millions of hlr acres, SISCt'p: the course of this: t-cramble for-p money I. a state of inebriety, and removed from his fur that purpose." All these provi- by order of Ct>ngrrv und.:r the act ligion, with all the aniinaling consolations, i
tible nf profitable tillage, is yet iiiterrupiiiiK:al the ordinary currents of political habitual cunning and cauion shows that ious it is respectfully submitted are ritiiei eighth eighteen hundred and for- hopes anJ wliicn it anurds,. mnd, '-
.r.\ugul proHpect .
the Land of agricultural labor. all iu concomitants is inexpedient.' The Governor j
by and, perhaps demoralizingand the "agreement" and impracticable or leave us nothing hut.h liberty of etuxwuiig;;' m !
The causes which bare produced th s extraordinary corrupting legislation ilelf. Thus, this but another of his temporizing eXlleJlent could hardly be expected to possess such ty-six.Approved t, May 10. 1852. (numerable ahernaVve: !." between the cheerless .. '
and lamentable! condition of af mun.ficieiit fund, which ought, if wisely to gain time and the means of deence. when intimate knowledge of all the Counties in the -, ? goon! uf infiJeiity and'tbe" monstrtjus .o1'-. .'.

fire are in good part pointed out and ex managed, to be of 5 much common utility force is resorted to, or, at best, delay the State, as to enable him to make judiciou- blat Resolution proriding the Distribution of shadow.of paganism. O.stroy this c volume,., 9; i
in the communication of Hon. ?,la. \ to the people, may be a source of almost period of its application. Uuder thes cir appointmentoj and an no salaries are provided the Law of Goagroii *j J the Ljbv.e thereon. a ni )'UII.ullpt'ople heaven. ; bar for ever-ilauoos ,

CABL our Repiesentative in Congress, j unmixt evil and mischief. From SICI a cumitanCes it will be for the General assembly it is not presumable that persons couu. : against the wrenched; poKcnty! ;ot .; i.
which I beg herewith to lay before ': as j catastrophe, I again invoke the Assembly to determine what measures sbal bea be found to I'elfurm the duties prescrib'd Wth a view to the c>i<*ap c-rculation of AJ. n; restore to tae kiisof. terrors his';fa- j.f .

a paper of eingular interest and value upon I to save the Commonwealth, by committing lopted to compel a removal, and propel without compensation. Consequently nu:all- the Laws of Congresx, and,tilt debates ron- tal r-tuig; bury hope in the same graviwli&elit,1- '
the of this State but doubtless no it should anticipationsas have been made: but an Agricultural rihuting to the"true inter|>ietalion thereof,
wise
resources ; with a : promptitude, to some time for their application, our pointments rcce'ves our bodies; consign! ahwbohave4 ,-, t,3 j
little blame must also attach to our.lvtfs a:!I scheme of a Stale and general character. to the failure of tins new attempt Society has been or aniz..t in the .mil tn make free the cmu'a cation between J.eU .befoie us to 'eternal sleep or 'endJesatil- '

well as to our ciicutnstances. It is questionable I It becomes my duty again to call the Serious ai negotiation prove well founded. Comity of Leon, with the view of constituting the representative and constituent bodies and allow u* to. expect nothing ftdealh "'":. t !
whether our legislation has iau< rly ;: attention of the General Assembly to For the purpose of providing subsistence, a Central Society for the State, with Be it rewired by the Senate and House of I.misery-but a similar fate. In a 'A'ord." deslroy' ; ,.

ben of a character to encourage the t\e lIlt the suijtc of the continuance of a portion forage and transportation fur the troops called Auxiliary 'Societies; in the different counties Representatives of the United. states of America this volume, a id you take from as aU.oiicef ,;;-1" ,
of piivate oipitaluCtlher at home or I..of tribe of the Seminole Indians within into service by Gen Hopkins 1 borrowed which would lead to the accomplishment in Congress assembled That from and every thing worth prevents existence'fmoti it .

abruaJ, in any great work of public improvement. i the limits of this State, to the great annoy. under the authority velted me by the of the objects contemplated by'the act with after the present session of Congress,, the beci.mi g of all curses the greatest. .Yoor i1 II'

In a former communication, the Execuiive { auce of our people on the.frontier, and detn- fifth section of the act refered to, the sum uf the assistance of a scientific State Geologist Congressional Globe and.Appendix, which blot out the sun, dry up the ocean :take:; t :
had the pleasure to lay before your mail a the Ilovcrit\ the State. five thousand dollars from (lie Internal Improvement to furnisnjbe "information relating: to the conuiit the laws and the debates thereon, a A ay the ainmsunere of the moral world, ;;
honorable b'leF inore nmutely, his views I By an act of the !lat Legislature, approval Fund, which was placed under soil prod actions and climate" ol the various shall pass free through the mails so long an an.t degrade man to a s.tuation from'which 1: :

of a fffcik of Internal Improvement in this Ort January, 1851, it was provIded1ihat the control of the Treasurer Comptroller; portions of theState. The appointment otsuch the same shall be published by order of he may' look up with efivy to -thl: .br lca. > ii 1.

.late, which, a the foundation. of a pei.eral j jFyslem Governor of this State be, and he and all claims arising from that source have an officer would probably be alien led with Congress: Provided That nothing herein that Ilfna h" J.L 1, .'fi- -, ...
affecting all inteiests a equally as [I is hereby, invested with full power HIM been audited a.d; paul!, agreeably to the regulations the most beneficial effects in the development shall be construed to authorize the circulation Who. then. would not earnestly.'wisb"ao.! *' .r .
possible, miht in Ins judgement, concentrate authority to urge upon the President of thi* in that Department statement of 1 of the agricultural resources of Florida of the Daily GLuhefree, of postage. believe, tbe Scriptures, even thongb' ;" i ,1.1..
the energies of the State and! people United States, through the proper department whch: will be found in the Report of the In ohed e..ce 10 the piovisions of an act Approved. August 6, 1852. came to him tinartended with,'sutficifnt'evidence .. ..s d

ana break at once the deathlike torpor upon the necessity) for the speedy and final removal Comptroller.' No payment has been made to of the late'General Assembly, which made it to be Printing of Congms ot tbeirDivine origin?. Who cart be:
thin vital subject. In panial accordance of the remnant of Seminole InJians now the aud men for their services. It my duty to take such steps as I niight'deemnece A Resolution relating during the Kecess. so much his own enemy.ss to.-xefaselojtwnti,

with the viewb then expressed, a charter remaining IN Florida; and he was. "author. will ofcerl, necessary for the General Assemblyto sajy and proper .for the speedy settlement Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives lieve them,when they come attended' with '

was enacted; but, I regret to say, 5 hampered ized and required, when it shall be expedientand make provision for their payment, and to 01 the long pending question of .'the disputed of tile United Stales of America evidence more than sufficient to' satisfy all .
with restrictions a to render it of 1 It-; proper, to raise a regiment of mounl.1vounteers demand of the General Government a.re-im boundary between this State and ill Congress a.WmhTnat the Secretaryof butthe wilfully incredulol1s'Vhoi..in'U "
tie practical value. In this respect, however to with any force of bursement.It State of Georgia which had been referred to the Senate and the Clerk of ,the House, view uf them, imperfect it is, is prepared *

IL condition was not peculiar.. Oilier States co-operate which the President may was made my duty, by an act of the I the Supreme Court of tbe United .States for and the Clerk of the Committee on Printing, to say that they are not of all books ilht; '. -

bills of a similar or correlative character or.ier to FlonJa, for, the purpose of removing last General Assembly, approved 231 Janu- adjudication" I sent David P. Hogne 'E"ofVasliingtmnI jointly be, and they hereby are' authorized most important;, that they ought.,not to.he-" .

were in like manner rendered inoperative, the Indians contemplated by tins act, ary, 1851,.to cause "the accounts of the several Attorney General of Florida to' the city : and empowered to examine audit, and pass prized and studieJ. as such, by all whdjfo*.' -, v ,
tiudet, an I conceive, a m.slakel notion of and for protection a and security of the officers and privates of the volunteer upon that I'11 jeet witb'utbor upon all accounts for printing and ,binding sees them, and put, without de1ay,:into.the. j -

contributing t the public security. l frontier let.ement; or. as cnmnanJer-.il- companies who were called out by.the Governor ity"to employ, on,behalf! of this' 'State, such during the reces. of the'[present Congress, I hands cf all_-whn_ do_ not_!-_Reoi_Dr.PaysaKpt. -
consider .4.4'.1
The I lessons of experience, indeed would I. chief of the inilma of this State, to employ of toe State'in the year 1849, to suppress assistant counsel as be mlgnt that neces he in the same manner as is'done by the Committee lower .of t' :
countj
dictate u* the neeeriiy of caution in them hostilities be audited and sary. 1 am iniormej by Mr Hogue Printing' during the sessions of There died latelyin a
t grunting when, in his juJ nenL, it fluy decome Indian t( Jamison, of Baltimore on a mulatto man who had ;bftea/ "
acts of incorporation; but upon this subject force tile State bearing sue engaged the HonReverdf Virginia '
necessary a, an independent fo allowed, and scrip percent has been Congress. his and under. :
fee master was oarn
as well all others, caution itself be issued to:whom a ,retaining August 31, 1852. manumitted by '
a may removal of the Indians, and the llrtec.&malld interest, for the amt, to I' 'for Approved, who permitted
come"
was
rwiir of those -
that case law
become extreme or ill-judged as to bring Office and paid,and the' one persons
of the frontier hy
5 the Comjstrolers ; .
,
security ItlemeJ throngh of the PRESIDENT THE tTKITED remain in Vit1 nia. His master had. ritbv4bi "
the next term upre'ne.Court. THE to
with h all the dangers of rashness and J hearing at BT .
with act i'me'session,
imre.cipitaney conformity the provisions of this it anottier act, passed at the approved will STATES left him respectable propertyiindt;
The Attorney General's Report ,liberty, a |
That golden mean which guard* will be documentsirt it made 'ditty
, seen by accompanying 14th January, was my PROCLAMATION. accumulated estate.' '
to'hiclil an .
full this subject A this man; by industry
alike the and interest of be found more upon
rights the public relation 10 tais subject, U \vn.cl i especially to execute a bond, in the name of this State. lefer ihe ,General Assembly. of$25,000. He bad purchased bis'wife.'who. 3.
and cpror And holds w.t equal band invite your attention, as furuislimg the to the Southwestern Rail. Road 'B.nk'of. ] \\ beg mes.uage1oihe to l last General Assembly .%WHCRCAS there Is reason to believe that a was u slave and bis. children were therefore
the duty obligation, is fullest information in my power to communicate Charleston, South l' rulilia! ," be substituted 10 my lemarked *-Itis-doubtlessrwiibin the military expedition is about to be fitted out iu hiown property, as well as hiswite ; ZT'l*-
the true point of weyand efficiency.: No -that, as early as the 13th February, !n lieu of the-boud'given i by:my predecessor, J knowledge of Member of the the United Slates fur the purpose .of invading Falling into bad health. he went to.PhU"fadell'bia
every '
nan will b content to place his means at 1851, 1 addressed a letter to the Hon C. M.Cunr Governor Mosely'but; an there was an, ap.propriation personal Asrtmblj.jharthe: oiilitia'ofItbistate the Mexican.Republic! with, which"this! sometime daring'this (lastsummer* ,> '
the arbitrary disposal of another. .No pru. Secietary of War,:with a ul made Congress to re.inbur6 General and Whereas'there is "a
copy hy )fganizeJ'arid[ _whatever, country is at peace; for ineilical advice; bat lemming from tha best ,
dent m will .wrest money in a public at and urged the necessity of promptand the'State Florida for the claims for which : is I enlireljJi have been able to make to remedy reason to apprehend that a I portion 'of the physicians there..that that:bis !\- a,:" ,
work 'unce" a charter which may at any decided action, on the part of the Gene- these obligations s 'were'directed to:'!lie: given, efforts ot wave' proved'wholly in- people of this country,' regardless':'of their worse Ulan he thought,&all.1bat- -be could- *.J,pot ,, c' t
things
loent t o without reason, be repealed ral Government, to accomplie-h an' object 'so I exercised the authority'given'me i by' The tins effectual.state Tue law .is radically-defective inpnncible duties as"good citizens, are concerned. in,:or live,' he.wrote to a relative his old master! Ito 1 '

wasted-his time 1t and important t the safety of our people, and second. section of the said act, approved' 14th as .weflas l unwieldy and cumber' may be seduced,to lake .part,.in tue.,./--. 'to'e' oa for hiinv:which th..'g ntl. ". :

liis expectations bute. Capitol prover the prosperity of the Stale; and knowing it January, and. borrowed, _. the. -&un'< necessary,- ,.. Rlu'e."V No action, ',having been. had.on._ that. And whereasruch enterprises. tend, to, 'degrade did and stayed with him and brought,:ntm, ;' 1 1 .
bially wary and I ; It demands to be the policy of the Government to'.eflect for the paenfof lboe troop. until the I in'jnjtebe attention" ol- 'tne' the"chaiacter of -l.Se.United Stated i in back to Virginia at his request. 'He- ; ;
ample and written guaranties and is] the removal of the Indians with the; least appropriation made by C I ret. couiil heoniaitied General Miggestioti.A ,embly to the subject '';There the opinion of tne
5 dips 1 risk its fiduciary operations pOSsiblo violence, I proposed a planlor the ; all of-which i"more'fuly explained elate in the .1 :nion in, which a welt or exPe8lIyprobt b'f law: .r ?; by'his .last will left **\11\ .his estate"vlothi ;t"J 1 !
-or genera confi survey of the county'hich they ''inhabit in the report of the ;to which 55' no tHHacipnned militia ,iirnlrere.i Now, therefore, lave issued this my gentleman as wrll-as his wife and cbUdrea,* .:
.
dence m mankind at large. tcb resrlt under a military'force sufficiently large t I beg to'referj'ahd; when'ttie': Quart'ermanterGeneral's gaisiz! iui1 yet' .we. haye'n&y; ; pne ':brrgaikized iclamation, warmngall persons who' shall! who are thus the slaves of lkis.fradtrainsnofcourse : .* -: I
tions do not become 'practically: fatal to the and made out the whole quVred, l with sucn 1'ter- s
protect Ute surveying p-trties caV accounts' are of ViulriAiiiForida.7"I have connect themse tea any : ha1..hC would rjrovids'lth !
charter, -which contains their the Indians f-li 10 \ be cbmmunVealed, :to tue regiment violalion'of the laws and nationalbligattsuhe1JnItedStates ,
tem 'DOt'IIC' ture all they might ttenvil fully beesscailed apon,by the Adjutani General prise to: : fmr rrifipi- ..
must discourage The manner i in which! this proposition' waireceived '! in a ; ; that .they. ,;
oprlin' t .Gellerl Assembly SJocraIUeSJt. uf the Umieliv;Stale* 'repr l 4IVl; to" cause J Hers was an IuteingenU.wealtbj.inan- ;;
Q whose knowledge luatthey'art be scenia the correspondencereferred In with last; themselves to the heavy io-the. fc. .
wil acrJa'e be uiaae oCtbe.. Uenglh"of:; ibe will thereby .ubJ knew.ib. ccutdition of eolorea people, <
in condition to lose is well I caicula- .!to.. ;To secure tUeS vampaud rejurns of to ihis Slate,.;for ;the purpotte.: ofjiuaiiiiiuig .'i peuallies'dei i : oauceii'agaTiiBt_',suchV:oflenceSluat othStaIethus-perfering.tokaThia) ,,, ./. it
led lo'renderTibetn hablthl ,,culW In the spring of 1851,1 received information Ov l rflJvCJ 1.aids."-PIrov .f 2ltft- \A-JajiuarV. ptlltla her quot 'or the*'p bhCI arms; I if they tibui'd be captured ',within tiiejutisdicliou wife,and cltlJ l1..candall.bi. property,:io if 'I; :

to supplant'Jbcm 11't speculator, i 'thai the charge of the Indians remaining I 8S1, which provides, 'i.ii'at4tliC,. 'Umiveniur aJi iiwueJ 'general''t'fJers to the proper' of the Mexican aut orItieA't 'f white map.to sending thenvout of.the,Slate,* ; "
who spirit and love %of gain in, Florida wa$:transferred fiom the 'Department is authorized and rqtitea take 'sucft: ucerbuLutirsLurUs& a 1 have I have[ ever teeu.juade.oinaii uiust expect to be tried and puu_he-i accord- to. live as free'persons-irtth- fine'----4 i

1$ lec by knowledge suspicion, of VV aria the DepartmeutoftheJmsterior .m 'rea'as. to him! m.y ei,elcpedient,! idmfct : ,4''ituii' o 'sI, n>g-U>Uie .l:4\t' at Mexico,, t ch6ufer pecuniary injury. Thus,, and that.a contract was'mode'by the CbainiissioDer '- .ttf'the hileresl of tuis State'iu 'secu ring ., that.1ort1un4theStatd.this( cutidttioh pf'tlungs maybe; 1s0 right in d.e.III.erl'O lto! ;.of" ,',thwgoveninient and cut be.proyed,4f Jeniedji:ci." k "

'fr t very euf illuws-dered ".aUD, of Indrn'Af4ITS"witb.the*"I''r'; .claVsilyiflw the lald-'ate| ;''granted aware Co'wI&extCut,4iUrihutnbQt4'the; ; sparse io"theirtbeball, / many such.1tCCU DCeJ.. among.owcoknh'" i iwhicb '
'act* incorporation mar, balion of tb r with this ate designated S :or Overflowed therefore exhort alMwell dj.poaedcitj I
'uc''d09.bta S> wmn1s! tan n1'or (port,loiiijbf.lbej; htalej :1 people, might be made pabltck pUt .
oltc do, become, j>btent,ep Luther Blake, atfl "Special 'Lauils- opened 'a' ; 011 r many znsbo haveabealt'the reputlioa'oftheir *"1Stowe *-"*'
Gener Aentt otrespolielce' the ffialn cauW.mmy he traced : ; to shame the u.ggnratedficfioos' IIG
mischief ia,,Iheir corporators, who .with -Florida for the 'witU the ''f put I am sure 081 I
"r purpose. : the subject hI' tbemaetvea' abd4tespectfuliy.: couniry/and'awanu aleiltwiU: and tier'>db nntsiHbeipB; ;._ !
ekles* Jraaduieitt are either (judicious and Florida''an J the:Corr.mwsione t 61 the" ite-. to tiie.siattttes for itsii its ito/wel- '
a iat tleavoruig by arrangements iheGeneraf Assembly the pibprwty.of .I regard p ceVsan ,, possibility fo*. iabtitaIigia.tb.JIItlra. .
. -. ritlinj the wac iWr efforts; t effect ibV removal-of tne;&niindle ral-Land Office,1 thpi ,which'accompaii)' submit' krtlentirefjP.faew'system; "**? far,;'tb'discoiiuteuattcff; hy':ail:,law j at mtnd tact for..ktiorcsol4oL.imlion.P! ,11 '

;4os from:ill-devised: restrictions .\I Indians remaining io that ti; to the coiu- tlijs-Message.!; ; irgret to say thai!>ut !'tF' aVlb"Btiris*gratif jiiig"rVflecUoir tJial a Jfi rlb'k&tt'&D:1J1 means 1P !cAt.ich .eftterprise, t!%nJ.1 11catf o anel chartt",'ijtig. .. .laee ofdic IeCtJOtl":". -
'sllfis I
.secure ibejmblic,,or4uv atscorertdra( way try of their brgtbrenwed the ilissiwippimer prnw ba been made It-will be seen .1 a Snuul gtattUtl'11aa upaA'iy ryoEwr pf iii*,,Uv lI.:f JMaeat,'I iJ 4t" '''k. .:' .
t evade them, tub at the sacrifice of.peronal ;".and'in the fall'of that year, General. a' bfh 1i 'bf'threiiral ,. Gume0iL 014: pflinaI)3t" .riirif (ir.nil.tirv. ui iie.vi--tiiLui,,Li ;.arre>liiif _",,.. .' .' _'__, _. _' ; _. f.C.2. .' .:: ,
; iiali .j'oftei; 'fortnnate .U Blake' wjth a deputation of Seminole xlnefa.ran'Arkansas .' Retor Ofe.th; Oi1j5 14,.'4 83"acresijaveia L's 'become. 'a.[ ,"subjn'swvSSti ..10the. .
scb ,. te ,n t' { .
:lStiaii.Uude 1 ,
"t
fctter'on tbe statate ( ,'arrived Tampa,.jfgriJtfi* ; nid' t '- -1'.'} i 111' u on teut"'J .tu i \ j1 ,1 2$3uaraatywhC3NdpCUUclt.Clii r
a 't ijo&tiu Cllh t'l- .
Md ju>4.,& 'woald U ibeuer.rtill.inte/ purpose of dog the obetf) this 4 ari taridinjihat"th t45 rJiiithijarveVoFGeneral'3' 0' ._t'-L" H'-'r: .Wj" >,' ". 1r ; 1htJ i : ttaderVpnucVofthe Greek fait*--s: t. '
ufGri ,
. v,D camier It. JLiiu.rqxjp tracta'td ', i jbe4res'1epirtmutaecuti* ;* s 4-i'i and ,.I OCt :gIouei ,1t.ee'.1.'t..jf.t'i.JL. 'V"' *** ..,' ;
P'1 Ae : 1ot Oe"er II Lezislauvc! J tidi 1 d37.Qf. *Ct.} ,'caal our .: .., -r '
nwj oblipiionthe ordmary SJyers. ; will'he; eu by, o ; 's,and", oI1dJu nbh # irie"utt i' *, V :'&3*& & i&tJ ,i-i V_-:+._ r."t'., r" .-' ] ..1' ,- .!_.

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1. _,JTr. ... .'11-" 1 Ml lUt ,Ue t hb.le g' ;ratf s.of in*orance and. freghJ. 4e44 v-A. bitl to.cire. thfrefecttoft Statejjme !.Iba! ,pas'lb dl dintctwwa'nd"indltidwiT'. it !% f6nif !dT
-aa* #*' w *" M ftt **ft J- U Nafana I feel prond insaywiR ,-lnhastt- .
D4 wande tt >rfafiitm t ": 1 Dfficcrs the in in the fqrria ) ,tat S f' If ,
o people,
"iI1- ; tbt .
rrThrthiL .
:' s ,that be regretted by S < >
w .Yortyery
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111' ".. .." ', w- ,. .'?t K1, \'''. !t. e.iO. c"r:'t n. ll r '* readifo, on.Monday, It mil probabf'tTieJa any part of tbe InternaHmyroveracnt Fond a1 *bo k hibsCwi\ honor j our E. c'';

DwnSi .an M rril "in finishing ; !J .pl ia lef this ,..r'JI.'on' : -Jh.. i:, "- 4 ... : ti' towards building said >oad.;. The, amen eonntyj .He wJlene'! behind him many co Dan', E&q: jiLL
':" f Jt f.r. '
e j ( r Ir, g rhineibneM JQ be constitution, ments will be concurred, in by. the House._ friends-. ba'but just
fWlfi flj.Voi5' fniei J I\
I n : 'mt'tteraichuitrjiir ilruJ'rluieh .ti ; : i.ingt The bill will then stand it ought to be, acquainted tbem"'Tbo'wi on.otte\
a t'lfgj iauiiev' -
: ; .i a twelve Apostles '
prpTup.| fopifti; i,fF#aIi.FrotuOtb"tI lelcc member and and who .ofthe ,.
; ? could acciimiuhisIihe end Jesirrd. i xvou'dJike of judges assdi'niicitr l to the viz: liberal and:fair charter to anY com* ctrisb memory ORSOS is s.ilt.*
peopehas1ued that i him hereas PUTT preafbin,
imWitj again see ,
J. !* <>. |TtIC 1. fifwn It l I' fireciwkrr. swl" thethm tu,wc the Stat 1 ,qxTi stockjnaid r j the Senate unanimously! ,and have had,$ pany of capitalists who,may desire to avail a: member of: the assembly, that they day;and once on Wednesday eveninof .'

,. ,' bit I inn 'deeiileuly np l dt':: any the first reading! jJie Jlou .. They will themselves of .iu.rYiSons. I alproYe. .ofthis. may enjoy his society and may see a high week, at Washingtonon the uA ;!**
triin
t 'jfeJ ,with ,
!
I4 ( !.a1'1' "roe ( : loned honorabe! speaking 'freely monism:
the Internal Improvement being now ,My reasons were given i my tateI' gentleman
atmostunaiimoirsly.
114 ra.*1in't. dancingmud;; with all. ,present a 'lnlt pass and! openly his opinion to the Legislature.- was by some two.TheaJdres.ofSurKfa7e7e.SSS hundred
taken for such And I believe must add that I greatly regret to perceive Ptfloae'
a I must conclude. l have taken
already him the or upwards.and continued
IL' ;_ i : merry emu pi ftlu 'C--fien ntnirk me that ,, 1"lrlns. I hope, although unknown to as something
that Capitalists enter this than is ed the bad the striking out he will consider than hour. The IItort
"" if some.ol onrnorthVrn 'rit'n.tl'ho take, \ho upon up more space( ordinarily alfow to relnlYhich writer ol this article that an l"lflt'IIeu \I it
wirh ;intete in the business would much rather. do so without, .. correspondents wishing 'you a merry by the senate appropriation, of this: me among his friends' and' I must say that I sisted chiefly in giviogthe: history o}the rice
: rr! f .thkt.so !(! connected with the Iale. And ''is and Christmas bid! adieu. Fund, has produced upon the friends of this very much regret that he has been excused of Mormonism, thedi&COYeryofatle
:' io1.ue population,. ciiul I but he here during j bins happy you. bill the of for the balance of the ssssion.. It has scriptures and the hopes of(tbe IeCt for
|I nol that moneyed men xvould and particularly_upon members, tfae
""-fI !,jjJ,yis'.Uwy xon Id' return] ;t b tjueamed X. deprived -us of his society for a week. But future, which are very high and
enthaliaalic.
4 homeniJer'ut will mean." They would build TOO miles of 'road.a* confmpa'cill! by your county. Indeed, so far do they carry he has xvorked bard and faithfully, and deserves In tbe the expositions of,Mormon ideas-doT'

: -. this aCI.I d"d'P') stop j: they could not'dns.itor T.U.UIUIEE Dec. 30, 1852.C. it, that they vote against every act of this although many I regret the necessity' trine, and practices, there appears not
? liiindrrdfof
I e negroes, every one of them ; they would lose all. If commence ,. DREW, Esq., poration for the West, particularly fur RailRoad which"calls him home. May he pOstion to ytoJKM? flic ii* ..
Happy; and jootis.1 ivl free- free from i DEAR SIR The has is the heartfelt and habits
I ay : Legislature prevail
in Ihi bill,.it mutt be at length bills, although of a purely local( nature enjoy a happy new year amongst thei < I
.jt ., all I Wlf,unless peihaps) thoe reo'f them '; as presrrided cmE/ted gone to wot.k with a will., Both Houses now because '. the members wish of your correspondent. eferenee lo this as to other points of MornJ!?
/ For it that as they as*
: worth nothing. cannot
, run '
or Elder PRATT
The House reconsidered to dar the vote doctrine refers
to his
who for hie: I litre
I are : an reeking new masters get through their orders before I am joGnall
j Jidanre only to any part of Florida ansi l he ninht from the West killed their bill. This is not upon the kill relative to the removal of the the Seer, ol which the first narnfltr

I for the nr\t yer-and their only care |' profitable. In addition to this, I am opposedi ( glad to see this. I evinces a disposition to tbe spirit in which to legislate. Legislators seat of Government. The final vote has pear In thishe he defends a pluj lurp.
k that they 'find'n: .I maler-and, if do well and save to the State. I been had the bill-the vires Divine institution
it., mar goo i to giving portion ol the fntt-rnal money should be free from all private pique or feeling not, as yet, upon as a from arraoJm!
: ti: .. ,f. they do not. i is ,it ont their own fault. for | away any only hope that they may not leg'slate: too -should never their individual House having adjourned to day without ,el. founded on the practices three founhiof
Fund because it is permit
1
they" are allowed t.choose for themselves l, Improvement now, 10 fast. ling through the orders it being new year's mankind now, the enromsof the old Jevn w
1 ( ,.:. i smatl. would now be a comfortable feeling*to influence them in voting upon a i patr'archs and the alleged tacit
dal'i
1 Already lla the writer; of this bad, a dozen dif j I I very The free banking, biiloE which I sent of( should bill that five of Christ. lie also aUo1l'anca.
r -, .'. fortune for you or me> hot it is a trifle to measure (public policy. They .examine This provides Commissioner claims that J
rl 4 r .:,..fertnlajijlirUiiiMc| ,.il. being understood that II building road 300 miles in length. you several copies has l become a law. It the subject thoroughly, and if it presents (who are named in the bill.) one from each is. not proscribed by the Constitution)lar..

., l> droin-d! hr a rnok. Dors this look I Ike: "aO passed both. Houses with but few dissenting merit se, should in for it and Circuit, shall select, having reference to the laws of the United Sta'er, bo Irather ar-
| Why two thin's! of this fund, as it now per go central' and bealthfulness of the inticd when held under
. ',' illtrratment t l'AIIJ'! \ rather think out voices-and is, in my opinion, the most perfect because forsooth the position religious conriuiott"by
(4an.'e, would not build fifteen miles of rail not oppose it, movers location, a site for the capitol of the State, that.article of the amendments to the !
: iiurlUrrn frieiuls wimld go home with "a flea piece of legislation ever enacted inFlorida. of such measure opposed their pet schemes. the electionfor stitntim which affirms CM
road! and what is that compared to the miles provided people at the next that 4Conrre eq
shan
in their ear," after wcii-g this ssbt; smd I With but one or two verbal alterations member shall decide make law
to that
; .; 1 to be built ? Let the Fund alone. Let it.. This is too like a school boy-and unworthyof Congiess ng respectiog establishment rf
4} 4 t. this i is only a military instance of the kind. I' increase to about a million. Lei I liberl.. it passed in'the ,form i iri-Avhich I sentit that dignified character with which a they want the capitol removed. Said Commissioners religicn or prohibibjting the free exerem
- with which these that I to rel.ortlo the next gislature, htnof.n This plurality of wives he
crca- useless clause
: ., it: ness and indulgence to you. Except a wa- atvU
:t v I charters be ,granted :o any persons desiringto : i legislator is endove.1.Your ihe bill will probably pass.A I he "celestial marriage," which he assert
:j 4 \ .r tores' are treated. | build such a road as is contemplateJ, added to the effect that an association or I representatives( feel the defeat of bill supplemental to the Free banking iJ. be a union as well in eternity a*in tin?

: _. ,. ', y: Chriftniait is upon w anJ lias! come"Illt I: and then, and not until then, when we can individual banker is authorized to deposit their bill the more keenly from the fact that bill passed ibis l'eS:4ion. is before the Senate. There would seem now to be.no fnnberCIOIta

- 1 a smiling fltrt"II.lIe Liking holiday, and see our way clear, when the best mode has specie in lien of State stock, &c., if he hila"
: ; : :'. many drinking c-gg-m-g-; and apple-toddy. sire it. This, I say, is Useless, because it is has become a law-, unties this bill, this )ou a copy. ; they are not only acknowlelged
and
been fully determined upon by actual surreysand And now again, I wish you and your proclaimed sought to bjtpnal. UI
;! :: .Well, iray th< y ;t1 r have a Lappy time, i is exploration, when we have something hardly to be presumed that a man wool I road will be built-and soon toot if the citi readers, a happy( new year. X. I. ersaUy

: h of the wr'.ttr.: Christmas be foolish to deposit specie, when he
.r the sincere xx I so as of Savannah continue subscribe as -- --
. with-then let
work
substantial to us appropriate zen Lat.-r fram theBtRAcuii\V.st
, ,:. comes but once a j tar. unlI like to see it I this Fund to the proper object ft could with that specie,purchase State stocks liberally as they have done towards its con OflIllAREllllUUN. 1.-

? : *" It i is the only iwaholi- interest and deposit them. D-c. 17th
i 4 v : ei.jojedl.yaP. g seems to me that to do earlier absurd. drawing struction. I decidedly prefer that the other 1852
"h ns--alld universally 5 'cr A bill has passed both houses providingthat The Cholera has dimntisie! | conS.lerah!
: Jay recognized ) 'r.t'l ca : road should be built, believing, as I firmly .
: And real'y, the most current opinion now JACKSONVILLE: in the city of St. Ja,o. The deaths
: ". : sat a| ait and hold a day of pleastue seems to that thissum must be distributed the Seminary of Learning to he situated do, that it would be much more conducive t.> were at one time increased to HO daily which

: ::\ < .' Foiitthol JIIIJ' and T... -llk'gi'ing Day tot at an b early day,'and each county seems in the East shall be located iu that county the interest of Florida. I would be glad) t.see Thursday, January 2O, 1353. number from 8 to 10. In the sorroundinr now

.. '.t < _' c idrary, nottk.taiudiiug--aimd) as such peoje desire to begin to the giving the largest amount in mi.;icy, lands both roads constructed. Yet, I fear the country thepidemic) st II prevails mtkmjr
to play grab at
. '.' _.t. | sli..!d plir-I xvish I had l time: to do anti receive: much game to its &c., provided the location be healthy. only one Iha: ever will be built ',vll be that JEij'During our late brief absence, the fearful iv.iges. At the mines of Coi! ,..
once, as as possible in the of the
village
. I. C httliHotioH prompts me. (Cannot old Duval get ill!) The site of the from Pensacola to Savanuaa. the auHonratiou person in charge of our office, in compliancewith same name, al* at the
,
no my section. And in connection with Caneits
this village ol has.
own violence been
.: !''' 1.' '. B"th HoUMof lh.' Asernbljjestcrdaj! *, Seminary to be located in the West is to be of a portion' or even ail of the our \"iah to complete the publication Cfden'ed. In the beginning: onpn.
: : idea I beg to call attention to the it attacked
\ your m)- internal Improvement Fund towards the construction which had been onlr
of the U. S. Laws. long onhand
: Mon" Strenuous fixed fix commissioners to be the but since then it has
: over to lay. opf by appointed negroes
.
. adjourned upon spared
I tion made and carried, by Mr. Baldwin, of of the road proposed by Dr. Baldwin in-
: this several I the Governor gave them precedence over the favois ther color nor conditions. It has
: 7.t positionas: n.ade to move by for that parpose by would do hut little, very Ilulcw.d-* exteiided
in the Senate
Monroe the 23J
county, on Tallahassee to Santa Catalina. and i ie there
., j would-be great men, who doubtless think three of whom shall be of the middle and :its completion. It is a tremendous undertaking of our intelligent correspondent at decimating
inst. I send the of the the have
( slips proceedings IMlpulatlOn.Ve
you accounts of
.. ami a Hazardous one, and can only be undertaken -but one or two of his letters having appeared. iu
I If and as an three of the west.A .
-k d.is" f'uUlCf' ( populirity, urge at Sagna Tenanro to the
: of the last several days.) of and' presence Westward
\ by high standing We to : to the deferred
capitalists day give place
: :. v, 'argument against adjourrinent, that the eJ \- I am given to that a bill will bill has been introduced in the Houseto great wealth. That such a road would pay of Baracoa, and the reports of morality aite*
un.lerstalt their does
\: J 4jenaes are 11l'a\)'. They pretend to think introduced establish a Penitentiary. Otfing to the well I have no doubt in my own mi...I. but letters as even age not impair it. violence in ibis DIIfortunate Province.
be
Monday or Tuesday
We have
a-kins not only to lament the
interest.
that tb business of the Le :.-'ltlllC can be I !lnc"s of the introducer, Mr. McCall. o f it laslo be thoroughly tested. Ld u- 2i" ,>e their malady bat
. charter under "act to also the situation of
: iu
i. : a an incorporate a com- acted I ilUtiessmg inhabitants
. .'r:7 'done in thirty da}''-and nr:e the Slates of I pany to construct a Rail Road across the Monroe county, it has not been as yet act it will not charter wil be d letter upon,;uIllhol; our IeAhhol1jth rather late in its appearance whole families are dying ddilule ol medieiw

'': Gioigia and South Carol 11:1: as an argument ;i Peninsula of Florida, under the style the ed upon. I cannot speak of its merits as I statute book, as but too a many of upon our acts we have giv 'n place to day to the or med ical aid. The earthquake of the 261*

.:\; : in their favor. But tbcforjiil that those Florida Rail Road Company.}' The hill o was have not had time to read it. But I knowit of incorporation do, showing hs.v futile and Governois mesaage, delivered to the present August.N.v. was The perhaps shock stronger was felt than of JOta

:.',. States sue old and already! po.--e-b a complete if I informed. has been drawn very carefully, and I have fruitless has been our I islatlon. General Assembly. We shall also place throughoutIhe
j diaxvn, am correctly by one I close letter is sufficient eastern part of the Island! hut occasion
must as
t \: : sysieni iif laxxr Our Mate i- new and has i j of the leadin members of the Democratic little doubt that it is skilfully penned. (I ly extended.now Yours my X. before our readers the other Slate Docti ed nothing of note, excepting at the elevated

," *.'.*,;;' bet p"orlax *, and there are many subjects !j party in :Florida-a man of high inlelj send you a copy.) A Penitentiary in this ments accompanying the message, as they city of St. Jagos and in the immediate
list
'.. ,. of I leg: !lat:on :i'.l; intact. IJ.-si-les I do not, Its about the State is greatly to be desired. Under our TALLAHASSEE, Jan. 1, 1853.C. are of pr'nrary: interest to aJI our readers neighborhood here its effects acre awful sail
are
j ligcnce. provisions same
racnlons.
DacE m At the same lime the
with all re' gve tbeM gei.tlerncn the of I when a man in sentenced ; The is a gracefully written anti greatest
t pect. I as tho:e of the bill xve have just been dis- present system < DEU SIR: Although late in the night, 1inut I message chock was frit at about 31 A. M, and out-

.):.T: credit, \,hich they tike: HJIO.I; ; ihemsclves. I : except that it provides that the roaJ to pay a fine or to imprisonment, a bid you a "happy new year." I hope lucid document. withstanding the falling of ed.fices and

of sueh gieatx i-d in ; and I very niuch 1 I cuing.shal through East and South Florida petition is immediately gotten up forwarded that you and your readers have enjoyed ti! s Ie- Our neighbor-not lieof the New- wall, C'iriiices and tile from the, roob tf
their of heg.itaug! well and the criminal pardoned. day to the utmost. the houses we have not tbe"report of asingle
Il!': .doubt power so and end in South Florida. This will he lo 'he Governor,
: a
Legislature have been in session lo but our neighbor Graves, the celebuted- fatal accident! although a number bare
:, ;. tven vxni lunger time than! they pmpoe.Tiie : kind of fire brand thrown among the friends I. The Governor cannot be blamed. The petitions day.'h.The Senate got thiough! their orders. guerrean artist who operates a few doors to suffrre.1 coaturflou and similar casualizes.

c ,.. : l,H>5ness of the Legi-Jalme! has but just !I of the other bill. I caiumt jTCteud to pre i always piesent strong cases and are rue House did not, but adjourned over to the West of us, has sent us van. invitation I IIQ Up to the 7tb Dec.J the..shocks ,had sot

;i4 :', *-* commenced. and they have much to do ere: : t -- signed by men of respectability.! The prisoner .Monday. sitting that our "picture" ceased hut were of a trifling intensity.. .'flesugar
may.be
1 they can enact tho,e salut.iry and innpoitantlaxvs I I Mr. For 'lh, of the Senate, has intio. if sentenced to pay a fine, is unable to -Thistaas b'a day'of"considerable Importance. a. crop wiaL.u4a.Lt..ry&ion and lIcx1.
) the
assembly have this day pfaced in a frame along with other come- Ihs and the coffee will cum into marker nrr
4i liich the in' reasinj; jrreatnecs of our iJu ceil lull to authorize free banking ini do M>. The State is put to a great expenseto & pass
i ed the amendments of trie constitution giving ly personages represented at his door. We late.
: 1 "." Stale so much demands. lla"ly legislation i i the State. I is a perfect thing. and will I II Ii maintain him. And he is let loose almost th- election: of Judges and Solicitors to the highly appreciate( the politeness of the invitation

; ., hasalvxats proved a cur**.' t lo -\ery Siti: i Dunk, become a law ; tinder il the bill hoMo immediately to again be a rt'stllpon society people. ROWDIES PCT OCT OF THE c..ns.-The WJ.iriin .
have made '
but mind
ri :" j" which! ha*-a IUItc.-(1| it. And 1 Miiccri'ly hojie: I j cr i peifectly safe. The main features of -again to commit a crime, for' he has not A bill came up in the House amending we up our with tiin G.izeutr sate: th.it a.th iit;ri traia
f .', : the constitution Gen. Scott (since the election) that the world was on its way to Baltimore, CHI Sunday
so as to give the election of
, n' and bel'exell at there are palmitic menib- i tie: hill are-that any any association hav been imprisoned long enough for it to prove State house officers to the pecp'e.! Tliis carts d- little for us, and we wont have night last,some buoys inside, i l1Litedl'ltb .

:; enough mllu. -onilily WlP art nd afraid I Iwl a capital (If at least one hundred thou. a lesson to hm.: Had we a Penitentiary bill creaieil a great deal of d.scusMOii. The: If the ardent, gut into a ma-s some miles be.
bcelIIIlieated"
to expend a fexx- loo-n! "i lU.i.irmore: rather tuut dollais. or any individual having this would not be the case. The crim na bill (provides that al the State House officers our any more. our yond Chester, and being 'reques.eJ by'the
n .
friend Graves wishes tbe of
: 'than leave 1 litre xxiihutii having adopted of at least fifty would be reformed, and the State should be elected by the people. The termto picture a brantiful conductor and some others cease fighting,
dollars greatly
capital thoutt rlltor"e; commend to him the of hey refused,wlieu: the cuni'ictoivery
.1 be as now tiNed, and the first election phiz w.a.ly
.1 law to
good ( hate for
': a sjftem Aiieady tfie would he saved the convict
-
may commence of expense stopped the cars and with the
buintA 1lkin?, lake place! the 1st mjnday in May, 1855.- our old neighbor. ass stance of
'J: : :Lhe fust memberxxh<> le-iie tu a i jo urn MI.yd having fir-tdepo.-ited with the Comptroller would work-perhaps learn a very useful This did not suit the Democratic palate. the orJcr.luvinglimleJ them out in the'nip,

; :. 4'uoD.CM nleJ more nine a idnniiey j in fru.t- of the State Treasury, State, or United States trade and when again thrown upon society, They went out, Committee of the Whole Serious accident to Ucn. Pierce'* Family and the cars passed on. They were sevea u
-DeatU of hi* S.
.: .....-.;' "M"JcAA. rft II. a,,.; long "'i.e !ltdp i 'e:K-S upon stocks equal to six per cent. stocks, for \OIJ be a better man in every respect. iiyou the said bill-thereby doing away n. number. -- .

.. '..' 1 .11',;.J;.roouoM- M UIIJ' ur.i. th m .n,uld have Lice. which he (the Comptrol) shall i issue an And in many, i not all of the State, the Wltl all amendments the which Journal.could be But offerred The country cannol but experience deep GTUESrICaULDERs of the ".laekautTh

'. .' .,. .. .tt'1" nere>raiy ui ailxit-f and 01l-1I1t UJHIII and equal amount of notes of various denominations Penitentiary is a fruitful source of revenue. were spread frustrated.upon On Ihe report of the they bill regret, anti evince unfeigned sympathy, at and Alligator Plank,Road Company, are batty

::: '.. ..' bring lorvxard I and I enact niatiy I l.us 8 of great having first countersigned and registered I hope lo see the bill pass. to the House, Mr. White, the introducer, the sad occurrence recently resulting in* the charter notified,that to authorize the amount said of company stock required to Itt kr Ut,

I .:: u interest to the =1.It' No later than yesterday the in his office Prior to commencing The resolutions relative lo the term of moved his amendments; (the original bill) an.] death of the only son of Gen. franklin ha been taken Therefore tbe undersigned eo.-
mp
: : ;. ., ': \xa an eiWi; ill tli: House to adjutini business, the banker has office of the Governor, introduced into the called the ycasand nays on every amendment Pierce, President elect. The disaster occur missioners give notice to said StockhoUen Utt
t. qcor" to causeto course he was voted down. an election of Directors,to servo for the tent .f
: .. t:' .me die UII tile 8 h' I'IIIX. made) and be regi>tered in the office of the Registerof i Senate by Mr. Provence, hive passed thai Speaker-, pro tern., Mr. Papy, was as The of red on the railroad between Boston and one year will be held at Jacksonville,on Sate

,, *Y.. ?L1iCh.ed for two hours. It is to Te hoped( the county in which he purposes to do body, and are noin the House, and will course. excused from voting upon that portion Concord, N. H., on the Glh in.st. A train of day tb.l9th day or February S.I).A FEKXAXDEZ.D. 1353.

..:. TieP 3I.i,that th."e fi'. mt'i"l'er will K'e that their business, a memorandum, the doubtless pass. If so, this long agitalci of the bill relative to the election of an cars left Boston on that day containing I. D. UAItT, .

::, efluits aifutile and! txiil return to their du- name of the Bank its place peciryinl business, question will be finally, and think correct Attorney vote General other But from his, course and among its passengers, Gen. Pierce, Mrs CHARLES 8. L. NIBLACI Br5r,,

I-. I upon sections no doubtcan Pierce and Son fine and W.B. Ross
amount of capital stock and ly settled. a promising yotuh ,
number of be entertained that he would have votelagainst I ;. K.
_J J4.; The Hou hive at length passed, after shares into xvluch it is divided the The bill introduced into the senate by Mr. i Mr. White's amendment, if he could. After passing a few miles beyond the Andover J\V.LoWK.. McCutUY.

.much d'"cusion, by a .nte of 33 to 1. the and ics deuces of shareholders! and number fame Blackburn, of Jefferson county, giving to Well, the Democrats have done this. This depot, the flange of one of the rear wheels, Coamijsioosis.i'otIce. .

bill (introduced l h y Dr. Baldwin, tbe member of shares held by each-a copy of which the people of each Justices district the pow. I very day they have passed a bill tUTnin,1 and also the axletiee broke, causing the .

,' i-from your county) entitled "-\n act to amend memorandum !is filed! in the office of the Sec. er to declare by vote whether spirituous liquors tketrterm t/iejudges eXpired-and and solicitor ou of solicitors beore immediate.detachment of the cars, and the PROPOSALS will be a ekaaaAl received thronea tin lb..Ite

__4 *"' an act'en tilled! an act to incorporate the Florida retaiy of State. If at any time the Bank shall be retailed, has: been lost in the turned \\ereeleeted at the present session.: one in which the family of Gen. l Pierce was -llaaloTcr" to connect hit w ien of lbs Moffii-.

___4. ( :-. Atlantic and Gull Cenlial hail Road fails lo redeem its notes, the holder can have House by a very decisive vote. But, forsooth, because Mr. Papy( i is electe-1! setting to be precipitated down a steep pre: to The aad canal Indian is River to be Lagoon eight feet.' wide at fcotka

Company, and for other purposes.1* The the same protested for non-payment, and Simultaneous! bills have been introduce} democrat Attorney General, and they have elected all cipice. A rock penetrate.l the portion or with sides I restical when :of roek,sad siop 4 it

; .?: main prov.siono: of the bill are : file such with in bold Houses to for the to State House offices, they decline the car in which Gen Ps son fell least 45 decrees from the mtieai when of taai.
,, protest Comptroller of the provide appointment to entertain the bill. Note it. The strikingthe It moat contain not teas than two feet depU.f.

: I 1st. That oni- hundred miles of the road State : and if, at the expiration of ten days, of a State Engineer and Geologst.. _. i democrats killed it. I rest with them.- youth upon the head, fracturing the water, and be eontmned with tkiadepta 900 Art
: into each lagoon beyond tao sbor .
I hall be constructed.tf said notes are still unredeemed, he (the Comptroller They are yery nearly similar in their main Tbey must bear the of this matter. skull and causing instant death, Mrs. Piercewas Th(? amount of tlxearation.as wtinatod' .

.:it tf :2d.Wl>eu and 100 miles are constructed, ) can give notice that the notes of tbe features, and one of them will become a Ian And now the Journals of.Jhis day (not this also much injured, as well fiom the Lieut. BUte's Surrey',is as foflow.. '

F ." ."two tbirvUof the Internal lin|>n vement Fund said Rat.k will be redeemed out of the trust Mr. Dell, of Alachua, introduced a bill in people session, only(for )whom this day I say, will show the effects of her mournful bereavement Its her Sand Rock -.3, 4O enb.Tck. *

. It! r_ ....haU. I toe cribcd toward* the extension oft fund in his hands, and proceed to sell the the House, (evidently-drawn up in Jackson much love and respect tie,tellocrI8.they pretend are treated so own injury, Gen. Pierce escaped unhurt Total ----.6-, "

II 'sai1Joail.V stu ks deposited as aforesaid with him for ville) providing for tbe appointment of ,Por by their representatives when they, the About a dozen others were more or less in. The proposals most state tin com for wbkb

E 4A* ,3d. ,That the rapiul. Mock of the road that purpose. These are the main features Wardens, &c.,for your port. Your Representatives representatives tb msivls are called" upon jured., the work will be executed. sad the Urn Win

: : ,, shall be $;3XXOOO, to l tlL' ;increased if ne- of the bill hope It will anticipated this thing and had to vote upon a w they' are uerinterested. which it will be completed; they ibooU ate
..' -Uu and. pass. I port bOlaliy The Dural Claims. give reference ability to perform the eontnel
r ,:c' ry..41h. I send this mail, several copies ofjbe wardens nominated by the Governor at once The bill for tfTe appointment of and be directed to the andorsirned at thU plus

,. ..;-.-. ., Tbe rail road Lall commence in East i bill as introduced. I has been but slightly These nominations, as I advised you in mi'. Wardens, &c for the Port of Jacksonville Port, 'The'information communicated in'the Itt "- ll.GWRIGHT.Lieut. of Eariaeer. *.

t tFJorlal, kH>n no-ne tributary t>If the Atlantic modified as yet, and \"il doubtless pass last,'were confirmed. This took the advn ca.i.e up to day on iu third reading. Con. i ter from Mr. Cabell will be most welcome to : JacbwnTille, Pla., Jan 6tb ,1353 td.

.t'' I Ocean ted!,& Ihd nit, of t'ie State of Flnrida a I send it. Your readers may be pleased vales of the bill all aback. To get over i ian it siderabie debate' occuired thereim. My a large ,number of the citizens of our county, I ":-- For' St."Awg.tiii..: -

1j II > ,-and'fhall) end on some Io..t Wetol tbe i. lo see it. additional section was added by the print views last.upon But this I maler'wtre expressed in who have been hoping to exhaustion for tbe rTUlE Steamer Carolina riU'make trip to
my
must here
jai. : Apalachicola: river.t. The s leel committee of the Senate rela- up here, to the effect that the port wardens much: praise cannot be given saj to your, that highiimiiidej too- recognition and satisfaction of their claims teat'ingtbe JL St.AuguUneonT..llon wharf at tho.uoal hour Ul 25kiai proeM(.

"...1 5th. The Matr pay no taxes upon the tive to the term of office of the Governor, Jacksonville! should he elected by tho and honorable. representatives for for militia service for.years. We sincerely)] thence to Charleston.BELLECU.. ',_ 5 ._ .

c :t road".tl'.5' 'earsafler, it is completed.Tbebe have reported resolutions in favor of Gov. Legislature, and all appointments i heretofore I the position by them on tuis question.s And hope a brief llerloJ'.ilJ bring! us an equally ASdE- "4 FINKGAN, ApatlJackmnYille ; .
forbear
cannot
!:ti .4T.; ; are, 1 believe, the main features of Brown holding over until October next. I made should be null and void Truly a dignified (and! tins .not t"inj that the best speech satisfactory report from the other branch of Jan.20,1835. '_,_

? the bill. They do not conesjtond wIth thebill send a copy of the report. business for the Legislature to waste has been:made 11 in the House'opinion this sess.on) which Congress.. Though receiving Mr." .Cabell's- Bloodjood and Boase,'

d as originally introduced by Dr. Baldwin. The judiciary committee of the House time and money in electing. port wardens !h.-. was made on yesterday by Gen. Hopkins( continued urgency, they will be in good RETDRVtheirthaakitoth*: iniakiUn'tirf

. -u )1ncbitoii; : tnroxvu ill have the abolition The bill came to and motion on this bill,. ,He,very properly indignantly hands i in the .Senate .in charge of Messrs. .t"f' their fibc
: r 4 = .xxus the way and reported against of the up day, was, on rat patronage bestowed.pea thee l.-tee they sea'

I t.;t I. Ibe natter,.has ibm resulted.. It is now be. supreme court. I send a copy of the report.Mr. of Mr Dell ,'laid UPOI'tbe table. I cannot cers spurned( ,of this the course assumed by the ii.trodu, Morton and Mai lory.We menoedboanen; and hop fcy trieiaitratiM' *
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and
measure ( sorry lo please to merit a eoatiDtI&DCMI 0 fain* =
; "it 1 : 'fore4ihe; Senate and fio.nall I can learn, : Long, Jackson county, ;introduceu, .a pott. 'The. friends, (the measure have been that the Speaker,was one.of tnem) and say asserted have received several copies of the They hare constantly on hand a full aauortasetof

:: J 'will:meet with; strong opposition in that bill to abolish said court, which was signally decidedly out-generaled ; and I am glad of ,'as gentleman candoubi, that nothing very able speech:! xvhich Mr.f abell' refers, Cape Dry, Boots Goods.and Ready Shoes.Made; Stationery Clothing.,Hard Hats wsr tU%

t it: 1l &ody..and ,will mos-t 'probably. be defeated. defeated, and I hope a lesson to ii t, for had the measure fnw merit they wouldnot of. a lucalrnature, as was' this' bill, couldor and shall at an early period lay it before-our Crockery Groceries,Provisions.Dnn sad iti 4*
wilrove would be introduced; by member oi I readers. ,It is replete, with cine.Sugars,.Wine, tto ,"0.,wbkh ait.$0as >
any .interesting historical tftey
t __ Tb itfiacipal injection.will be to appropriating these economist! and He i is one hesitate. .to entrust .Ae.V Own 'rrpr 8ent.ti other ;, .
any than,.that, countyiu :wh-cb: such at the r ry lowe t ea h priec. *.. ,
? '. the JuUiual Improvement Fund.. And, of thefasinien. to atend! ;to it instead',of calling upon ol ura8, lo operate, than. by a ,rvpru 'facts connected with. our Southern.WAMuNOiO !: JacklOui1Ie.JaD.2J.1868. :_.

ithtbni.l i uiy'viexvs i :ujion< ibis! mailer may ,A bill "giving to the Alabama and Florida foreign aid., Were I a 'member of the,as-I sent tiveuf that county., He' \ rghi.- Cape. JUST received by Steamer Caroliaa a fall .
,,. And [ or Ladle*;Mine*,and ehildrt*ihi
,gaeiwiih. Ilitie 1 uf a jiujiirity of your ; Rail! Road Company the right to extend their sembly arid called upon introduce a measureof ; hope never agau>.to see a 1 Ike cmuse ud for sale at the Cheap Case tiotore of'Jan20
pursued J>y any member of 104..A JAN. 7th, 1353, ) '
i .: tuiisleketkiscce.sar,I > to. blare tLera, road into the Slate'of Fbi ida,'and construct a local nature which hai not been ..subected And this : "-oialy.- .hlouRspar.sr.zrATzvzs.. TBLODGOOD&BOUSCticuau& -
waievide..tly the p'in.on of J ..t
<> the
p I a decidrdly ;jn faroruf Internal Improvements. .' branch! roads, with chartered privileges:has j to,the 1 i inspection the- members ,of House, j'or the bill.was' lost decisively-,the trJY' DEAR SIR : ;It'affords me'the greatest rn Cbrvatt,",a.-I., Mos.a.8141' .t C37......Vai11Tisai

; *"" ._In lb: Slate liether it be in the form' been introduced in the Senate, and passed,' the county in which sucb,,local ..meuurC."is vote- being 7 to 20 odd. pleasure to say that the kill! "To provide for : i' .< _. SCstharIzieVc2cb J

'. (JTrail'nujore iaf acri this to ) deem itA Your Representatives cannot be too mucbprolsl. } S "
and is
s peninsula, now in the House. imposed -
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be.C riej.ltl'wo.1 for their action in this the.. l payment of:the. Companies: of Captains, / vs.- >.li1uIashaaeersforaiT'r. ':
or a r*i ij.f9a4t| truuuuig from aDd to A to"prevent trading with the Indiansin :'direc nul: eOlr.of free alone matter. They 'Joba'We1al. 4f SIT .''
Bush and
bi ammdthey should Price Suaurezj for i
aro.been..consulted Military "services -. to ta,saUs&MUaa of tt. Coal f
!cvy txro poiitla i&/A iu flor k-oranyr; Ih! Stale" ,under: }heavy "penalties, )has) d otn'U .an insinuation, against the honesty I.'IQ' relation, (Ihieretq.-fr ? > in Florida,"has passed this Hoasevund .L jby;appearing daY ft made aa4 ilfl idlaia.a") ?

r !.of'them._ 1.tbihJi(1'eceaqrtl that some has_also,fi.d the Senate .and is;now in and uprightness! and ability ol :your;own reirvseutalive. Lvr'muctr.regret: )tIa f Gen. Hopkins" la been.sent lo,the Senate. ,Pur Sena1or. ..Il- the aboremtntioaed John .
\ Cfrcttit:ba in &be SUM f.FW*,JM
this
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: *lb*>kllc .ba ,'a I :understand, from:''stringentenjunal interest themselves it,:and do for Jt all in In the Wester Clraaitr II ..,.nkr 4.***

. t' ;$ yJJItt5WbO1; 'Uuf.r.d! maldJt. A bill to+'efl;b 8b an nniornr valorem for, certainly. ,'fake"(hernJ>oth to be'gentle-. Hd asked CoiisijeratomtstO to leave us to night.. their power, and I:hope,-it vwili ,pass/that: appear aarf answer said MU.authimwitt :
hos ,
. : : ;i.or.a canal mutt ere long b built system I of; "taxation," Jias ,been: Jfr! ;i C' men \rh3:.are desirous.of ddiag all anJ every M es9on.' .|It bgcu.edtheiiaJaieou sUfCuarse'accordec
i"S fr 'It 'm ,;dllif il b t; tJ1a and, i* now: under diuiol in ibe'Hou thing I to c 'out"JbeJ i aq to.benet ,) urn"but 1 am happy to say,;'it, was. done of \.now'that it has gone t rry Rabid In th State two .,frpIa.
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r !I ,, (iraflindc4ijn.. A' )h'm 1'amend dH"( ntilutiolr'I' as::to 6 'their,own $ l any every lal vim
1 4 ;" c.}JiikA1Lwtcaitd; Pacific.- allow ministers of:the,Gospel. ,. to L.be:,electedmembers .I, ,'eynot. lncon,i.tenfwjth honor.rThe ., byso ecu.*much member disiiiierusteiue bere, has been;..cbarc' lz'e friends in aid of its passage and, Jo, .all '.in,1 ::"'tS Southern).f';J08.t C1roai&&eot.ku' LAi .
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tOnsurtaresult.ia: deirabkand ;
; ; or ; ForidaJ} i d'MAlfaBtie 'Guff Centra! ii my power : : t "
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OF LETTEKS remaining In tbe *Pom toe* of tW1iI'lrl tar-tu. f.otn the ,*ce cibIAia-JoaTi, .LYe iit. -- L ; -d,3- -, .r --t y9 ..-4 .., 1
LIsT-at Jacksonville East Florida DeeemKatoo of the Clerk Of-the Circuit Coors of Thirst SOti* Uoie"CinMmasi and Peppenarnt. .- { BY: TH5: I'HffiBHBT.
2lJt.S5 '7. Eastern CJmdt ,t-'Ut=of Florida "wherein Wist-Madeira,Newton O.rdonCoeesrt It .j :UMTKB; fiT.TE& L88Bar..8r" -.v. il'
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A. ;TbomaaKersh I ManU Ken i* IJ1InILIaM Margaret Cole to defendant c. Lewoek and Jarcliae hi j &ad .eub. '. ,. or ,- _- "
A A i Joseph 2 ,to the highest bidder *U that tract or Port Page's,Key sndot1er choirs braada. pfliFre&ntt mG'.IriP:
fli' Vipl U I' par**! of land lying mad being In the town of Sherry;-. Daff Gordon Co,Beoita and : j

Atraa. L. Jacksonville,known OR the plat of laid town by other. choice brand- of;the United States of America in pvrnance > -; .- :'
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AbbottLaaraS 'Loutber Gather No.one(D Section thirty eight, (38) containing Do do Brown do do.. ,
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AUora, Mn 8- Leo Donald, It one hundred and nre(105)feet square,more or Do Teneriffe Ventoso'a London Partkalar of(W proviwons of the act 'of Coo- :.

1d*:j.. Lay,James less on corner Adanu and Hogan streets;lerled Cargo do.\ : irefls, entitle *, An act in relationto the '"1

A., 6 Lo ther. Elisabeth upon a*the property of said defendant and to be I>o Sicily Madeira,quarter casks. lands iioU In'fDe'GreeiMkharjrr'btP Ft Helena I'

MaoItIp A*orre. Lcfler. old to satisfy said writ ol firi- faciaL Property, Do Malaga, dry and sweet.in J and J casks.LoxBoft ., Piano 'Forte and music, :Storef / ,LamI Distr sct,m the $Utr of LrwiWan : 1
pointed out by plaintiff.GEO. rna-nU1' and I
2 pint
Thomas quart r
Bond.Henry Leighton ColDbillnarserJereml Ii.:sMiTh Sheriff. Do Scotch and East India Ale, qUIt k pints.CHAjfrAoiK ; .n4 authorizing ibe're-norvey of rtans1tnis [
Lowe -
Jk'odiDe John Long.Lenard Jacksonville Jan 14 1853. td CIDEB Boxes,one doaea each. M. FOLSOM; teater1n Pianos Cburoft q.1 dtict'apprwcd Angvt 291h. !

M. Do do Casks three and six down each.' JLe sad Parlor ,Seraphim and 'Melodeous. 842, and of the acts .of,.Gangrene' aallwirninx -( -' :; 1L;

BlairLA Murray,Jackson A. For Sale, \WIXE Brrrxaa-Boxes, one dozen each and on Aeeordeona Guitars Violin*. Sheet Mule and die sale of the Public LetnJs,'do berel I
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J II Instruction both T I
Books ot the .
Bajbee old
BraeettKebeeeaA MeLcod Jno MMowatt HANDSOME well toned PIANO, on draught.' : offers and new way d.clare'.nd make known that a pvhlic rate di.. : I
Arthur A reasonable Cordials assorted do do. a large rtmeat'of the abovenamed arti- ; i
terms. this Ofice.Jan6
Apply at i'
Brown Enoch Moses. M h M Claret Wine do do. eles from the best manufactories in the United will he iieU at Ihr Land Other' GSCKMURC : I .

Browa.JMBatebcUer Mtrtain,J TRzovn Madeira do do. Mates. Having spent twenty year in teaching in the'Slate of' Ln I'I&N.L. cnmawii- : 1 '
Elijah l'ort. do do. Voii and Instrumental Music and beinr tbo> :
Moore John cinE Monday the eleventh of
nn day Apri.
Patrick CHARLESTON roughly with the
ADVERTISEMENTS.lohnstoJi
William Sherry i do do. acquainted abovenamed uutru- '
Baraey Meshack McGowin,N. Champagne, ih baskets one oim each quarts menU, none need fear the superiority of his instruments next for the'sale o' the unappropriated ami ,

BraddockAGBaksr.J MrKettlctont Crews & Brawley, and pint.-FUx, fJeidseick Boiehe, Calhoun over those teacher,of lea cultivated vacant tracts of Public Land situated tvithir. u

WB.Becks :Neyes Blair. and other brand?. ear and few experience.. the limits of the following named Tnwsshipiand I ,
Mrs D O. IMPORTERS AND TrmMWlUS DEALERS IN The above ecniprise some o tkje finest Wines All orders promptly attended to. Instrument fractional according to the Makes tl.e richest heameet tb4. I '
C. imported. j Bfeely packed, and sent to any part of the State. Ttiwnships..,
Cole.PansiniConner Oney. Danl R DRY GOODS I .Purchasers, and the Musieammwt1., are approved plats of re-.orvey, la wit: ahJwo.pernnetsLldItsr.ufansbs. :
Edmond O'Jtrien, M 2Otfteen : t invited to call South the the ;. ia Nc.p now in ose. ..;
James NO.181 EAST BAT CHARLESTON,S.C. LEMON Srn t. in hairpin tjaarter casks and examine this stock, at. of la e line, and west of pr "n.
Crawky.JoelSCuleman. S barrels, kegc arid in bOles of i De'jusen each. N'RORr* AND FOLSOM'S FURNITURE. cipal'.meridian.Township : -

W m ron Nancy A. 8. JOUNSOK J. II. BRAWLET, Jamaica Lime!Juice, do do d .d.*, ROOM,BAY STREET. two, nf ranee one. LJiO nn.s.FL1VOJtING' ft
Cosey.James Pierce, Albert 3 Sardines in bole. half and qiijtrter boxes. Jacksonville, March 8, 1852. 114m Fractional If"Mialhrre of tlirer. EXTRACTS -
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Cbesnut, Penny, Joseph Jr, A. J. CREWS JAMES M. BRAWLEY, Lobsters Ma kerel, Salmon sail Clams, in 1 Fractional of range fire.South name/ LoVZIIfls"Ra., J :,
Child, X k Wm H canisters. i New and Furniture. township two. range Peach Orange,- for Cakes Padding of I
John AI Poscy AUSTIN CANNADAT, A. 6. J. PERRT. Splendid ,
Chamber D. Parker, Francis East India P: eserred Ging r, In boxes of 9 nf t'te,ba e live and cost oftlc principal Pies Custards, Creams lees fee are d' 1
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G Patterson.'m jan 6lyMILLER'S jars each. > nriHE Subscriber have meridian. choice and eoovenleBt
Day, ST' R. French Cherries in Brandy in boxes of 1 dot.ofl j ", I,I JL just received at Fractional town-liip right of range out very exceedingly- Ii 4 '
Dupont.Jnlj BISCUIT BAKERY each. H'MtMekeepers abouU never hewthoat: :
h.: Rhodes Jno M Fruits in in ; Store theFurniureRooinoverj i Townships one, Iwo. three, and four MM- them.--Tbooe who delight in' the, dt,
bodes JohnRibhard Brandy, bon dozen each McRoryV ,a and Splendid Lot of Furniture
No. 131 Mttl'I $. Market ractioual nf
EUest George opposite township eight ranjir two. lieinoa flavor
SnsaneyKeyes. assorted. I from Mew York, in part as follows and exqunite perfone.el $;
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Egestorff GeorgeFrench. Francis CHARLESTON 8. C. lo do in their own Juice, do do. : Bureaus Sofas Tetr Tele' Divan Townships one. twii three, four, mid stand Fruits and Flower, will find Ia. these .
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Raynals,Thomas The subscriber has band Pie Fruits,do do. '-- fractional township right of tanghree. Edractlall 11
She'pherdFieetbev. constantly on Ottomans. Cottage CbambeTRtsTables Flavoring .thaiIhej: .eaadesire.
Elitabeth S 2 Stuart and Lorering's Steam"Refined Sugars. .
John BFry. Kidgcly JnoFr.s PILOT AND NAVY ,BREAD and Chairs of all descriptions f

Michael Rc r. WINE. SODA, .LEMMON. WA, IX Loaf in boxes and half boxes of 16 loaves Bedstead*, Sinks and Wash SlanJs Township four. one. two, three and four, d LEO AUrrS LKMON :STRUPg I:

Jet Sbuler. William &C. &C. range made from Faun iiuttead of from
each.Do Alia
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TER. SIIC.AR SEED. AND DYS. oft
1oJ Satirist, JohnSaunJers. Crashed, in barrels.Do Towhl'hil"l | one, two, thrrr, four. fSv<*. r.: !
Fullerton,Jno 2 cth A PEPTIC CRACKERS, GIN- Ground or Pulverised, in barrels. Purchasers will do well to call and examine aiul seven, ami fractional lo\vniiiH|.* eis:., at are all the ordinary kinds is not.aly 1) .
Fatio. Mrs Frances 3 Someri WillamStran 2 GER NUTS;, &e., &c. Do Steam Refined Candy, in boxes of .15 lbs. Stock before purchasing, a* each article will be And nine of five.Townships far more pleaaant but also more healthful ifJ.
Floyd.Joseph sold as cheap as can be obtained in ranee and wholesome'
Gilbert G 3 Charleston or and makes the moat tt..ll
Floyd,JamwNFloyd F Shoppe John II. In Barrels. Kesrs and balk all warranted each.Almonds, best Bordeaux and Marseilles, soft Savannah. one. two. three. four, five. ?i\. .agreeableof summer drinks. 1 t
Mrs Mary WFixher Saunders, Joe of the best quality ar.d lowest prices.SSf and hard shell. J. H. McRORY and seven, of mange six. *?;.-%

Friend, John Smith, Franklin D Castile Soap of superior quality, in boxes of L. M. FOLSOM. Townships one, two three, four, fire,. six LEONARD'S MUSTARD. Those de- ,t'f..roo.
S Ellis Boxes assorted Crackers for Families.
Jacksonville, November 8 I2. 114m of
Mary Simms, John about 25 Ibs.each. and I\e'fen. of range wven. using Mustard that b not half f'J.i

Forman, Stone, MM S ESmith. jaii6-3nri R. S. MILLAR.MCOARTER. Soap,Jackson's No.1. / four five Jiul riee-fliiar, and wish it perfoetly 'rtrax, J
fl1erJ Township one, two, three ,
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? KobtSagueo Corks Velvet Wine in bales and. bags of? Stoves. Stoves.McRORY should try LeonanTs Pare Mustard aad ;(: IS

;'ll-rt. Henry; Henry 3errLL & CO. gross each. & FOLSOM have also on hand seven, nf range eight. they will enjoy an article very different iJ J
Do Bottle 7 three four five ax.
Irs Mary: T* common bags gross. Townships one, two. ,
; &. 5 .. a variety and assortment of Stove from what u usually called Mostard..
LriIii. Elizabeth T.11 11 y. UB (SfCCESs-ORSTO M'CARTER &ALLEN,) Do, Jug and Tap, for the parlor office, and kitchen to which they and seven, of range nine.
Lauanahal Thornton, Mark Do Velvet Demijohn 4 and 5 gross invite attention. novllJ. one two and three of (
Townships ,
(uger I range
Tibbeltg, Amos E WHOLESALECorner Vinegar, White Wine, in quarter casks. -- 1
Do, Cider or Apple, in barrel ten. 1

81.11"l.,"WmJlollmsworth 0. John ThikeGeorge Turner, Charity I B iSELLEHS A I D SAIOEliS SEGARS A large assortment of Rio Ilondos, HOLMES Townships one. two, three four, sir, a .d Bartlotte'ii. 'Tailelcw .r'

D F 'F 0" Consolacton, Filantropa Washington, and other General Commission Merchant, seven, and fractional tonsbip eight, .:1..

Hall Michael Vanpelt, HarmonVillalonga Meeting'a"d plflclnty-sts., choice brands, of direct importation. Also Flo- 100 WALL STREET, NEW YORK. range eleven. I WORM: SUGAEDEOFSThey
midas Havana Cheroots and Cuba Sixes.
Jane C ,
Hawkins. E RHull. 2 ,W. Charleston S. C. TOBACCO-P. Robinson's celebrated Honey WILL pay particular attention to sties of Yellow Townships) one, two, three, four fivr. i.

G A G Walker, JeseWhkrton Dew, j lb. plugs, in whole and half boxes of 100 Pine Lumber Live Oak,and other Southern l iv, and seven.an l fractional tuwii:hipniuf.
Mary
JlousUn Timber and Produce and to orders for
.. ; purchasing
Hiett, \V R F J J65? A complete assortment of LAW. Ibs.each. Mercbaudise.dec9 of range lwelve.TuwlIshil's <
tr -
-liey. t.eoigeJlenick. Was*, A D MKDICAL. SCHOOL and MISCELLANEOUSBOOKS Do Rough and Ready in kegs of about 100 one. two.an i IlbrE-e. I factional !:

Saul 3 William*. E B together with BLANK BOOKS Ibs. each. Charles De Waal Auctioneer township four, township five, and fractional :
,
JloskiusJiMi A Walker, Wylie. 3 Do W orc:1's Premium 1 obacco, in 5's. &t, and ,
J Watson, Tabitba PAPER and STATIONERY, of every .I lb.Do JACKSONVILLE, E.F. township nine, of ranee thirteen. .
hand and of- El Dorado, in boxes 40 to 45 Ibs. each Fractional townships one, three four Bird ',' 14
JAM, IWly) Ann Waine, W Ito lerrtlat the lowest prices. Jan6.6m And a variety of other brands in 5'1,8'., and and respectfully solicited. six township eight, anti fractional tuwutthline :|. 4 i

S.aes. W Woodron Alva G .lIb. plugs. November 11th, :. tf of ran:e tonrteen. q
Smoking Tobacco in boxes of 5 and 8 dozen
C C j
,
Jonoken,Edw Charleyilcos V CHARLESTON HOTEL 4 and 8 os. papers. His Auction Rooms and Store-house are kept Fractional township seven, eight, an f

J.sbnM L. Wine Bottles-French and German Patent in on Bay Street, near the principal market; where Tine, of ranjfe fifteen. J 'i'If

rom EIeN4en BT hampers, one gross -ach. he keeps on hand at all seasons of the year, on Fractional to*n>tnp nine of range si\- II
Flasks-Quarts, pints and half pints. the most reasonable terms, family Groceries and .
applying for letters in the above lastwm D. lUJ XE R. DemijobD's-I, 2, 3, 4, and 5 gallons. Provisions for cash or country rnduce.Good een.Lands 41i,, ,
*ay they are advertiiieJ or 'hey way not M.get Meeting street, betwr--n Hayne and Pinclney Candles Sperm, Pearl and Adamantine. h ,sent to Subscriber on Commission either which have been and shall be seeded eonta'n no c.ilorrrel.sir trercary in I .
P.
them. MARK BUTTS, Pickles and .Sauces.TEAS for private or auction disposal will be quickly and designated for the State, mailer any form or any deleiarreia ingredient 'l .
Jan. Ist-3t CHARLESTON. S. C. -Hyson, Imperial and Black. attended to and amounts forwarded the entitled An to aid the State .I! <
_._ __._.a'E'_'_- r- IJIIT li _i speedily act act whatever, and are at oee attractive to !r/' j
.
jan Subscriber has been known this for
in community in the land. '
-
-- Louisiana draining swamp the eye, ple.ieant to the taste, and.sure
number of auctioneer
Notice. H. JESSEH - a yean as and otherwise March 2d 1849 and the in their : :
Jail. He offers no recommendations but desires that. therein/ approved rperation. Children eat them. :
to
Lots in the AVir Cemetery will be offered Brought inquiries should be made regarding himself of act entitled An art to enal.le the State .I! with great avidity and pleasure. :f; .

THE ale at public veii.lue. in front of the Commission Merchant. O N the 24th of December, 1832 a negro man, any Commercial House at the place of his re i- Arkansas arid other Staler to rrtlaim tin'swamp' :. .

Council Chamber, on Friday, the 2lrt JOlt at WHOLESALE DEALER" named Washington, black five feet three denee. CHARLESDuWAAL. lands within. their limii'r 1 ,
10 o'clock A. M. inches high rays he belongs to Dtniel Joyce, approved UTICA. DeolSSi"; ; .L J .
Citizens are requested to examine lots prior to In Groceries and Liquors.NO. Alligator, t1orida. The owner u requested to Notice. September 28ih 18aO: al.<., all th.= Gent.-The frequent calls tad favorable 4

''e'aw of ale aud give punctual attendance.C. come and prove property pay charge and take racls for which the patents have hem i:ueit of the of-BLu 1 '
'J ). Ct)('PElt. 139 EAST BAY him TO concentrate and settle my business, I offer reports we get me tDOTTY.S
away. applied for by trie daal'l.uilltt"d for I 0 '
or sale : or WORM SccAa DROPS remiade no .
S. BLFFIXGTOX. CHARLESTON s. C. F. G. MEYERS, t/
,
Cemetery Committee. Jailor Duvul County. Fort George Island, commencement 01 the *ae! or \ hich sIns! of the promise I recently made to send '!J-:: !,

.\wniie, Jaaayy 8, 153. 13-td jan 6-ly Jacksonville, Dec. 30,1352.Books Fannings Ration bland Island, not have been, finally acted iior. l IIY lit you some certificates taken bj oa. Her, f .

CONDICT JENNINGS & CO., Two Sister Islands, time under th** provisions of Lit act oi 29 with joa will find copies of two Mania !
#
JellyT Jelly! Wliole.-ale and Retail Dealers in Books May-port Steam Saw-mill-aud about SOt Atigu";, 18- 2. lirifin bt-iur me.tiioie.illi .. Huber. and William S ntoD', both. f' ,

RECEIVED a freU ', y.r hite I received at the Drug and Fancy Store of acres of laud in Marion County. t-lher \\ .ill..l" "I'I'III'r.e: I toy .honest and reliable men. the latter having ,# ,

.' JUST t"ok (datine, C.(>per'* ,! .'&and i-hred ,! SADDLES BRIDLES JUST undersigned, a lot of New Books, atAaW'Vark Address, 'K B. KBBv! -th I.r rC I. .. ..'nT"nTi1t"" 1r-- :. been known tome nearly twenty jeers. f

..' **inrlaw, Urat'J do. UJUlMfc*. .J..JJ.v.&. JLiiJ {I SAGS Dee.3 tG2r J. M. PAYNE.Fr.sh nov 2.i 1852 tljNotice.
fM-wluaff SADDLE ff CARPET rU .: second
he ffsTUig ) r itl'I'VC llirliH C.i box the first having been dmiaI.. ;

jan 13 JNofM-WrKE. Drn-gist. |I! I1AUM2SS, Arrivals.I Administrator's will lie '.'IIII."J I'" u.f i-u\ di'I'[ t' istered with very favorable results sorae t ".

; 1 WHIP TRVI"! VALISES, &C., &C., &C. AM receiving goods from New York by every DAYS a'ter date the undesigned aoil will Ir'of't't.t >4. l''f .de. n* w.i- two or three weeks since, to a daughter

LI'lOfA. AGo.-ucc 1 FARINA, II MEETING STREET steamer, and am therefore prepared to furnish THIRTY ly to the Honorable Thomas Douglas areatlvril'fetlillial; C''I\., ..11 :!.". .1 of his, thirteen years old. ,In this caM. ; r

l'earIar.7. NO. 165 any article in my line' at the shortest notice Judge of the Eastern Judicial Circuit of until the \v. iie slial. haw.*-..> ntfiei. .. the parents did not know that the child
The aboveju.t received by I Charleston Hotel. I and at the lowest prices. the State of Florida, for leave fell the land '
Opposite to
sale thus clones hut the il .MIK voided bat she immediately recovered -
jaaU; J. .I. Pil'XE.lVoggi: Dec 31) JOhN M. PAYNE. Ihe ; >- <: > > worms j L1 ;
i belonging to the Estate of Cader Hancock, late ""
-I iI I jan C-ly CHARLESTON, ?. c. To Ladies. of Columbia county deceased. -kept I'i'fii i iUh.sr man t>\o week.- ..i '. her he Tt.. 1 : :

Hid Honongaliela.A I the Z.1. K. ROBERTS, Adm'r. private entry of any ot the liial.'Ili I.e a Truly and respectful*TOOTS, f

first rate article-just received by I I N. A. COHEN & COHN.I rinUE attention of Ladies is respectfully soliciM MARY ROPEHT.Ad'x. mitied; until after U.e rxpirdtnm" ur the rtv- WILLIAM BRISTOL 1s I '
ted to stock of Fancy Staiionerv which !
my M. WHIT SMITH. ,
By Att'y.
J. M. PAYNE.Jan -
of week
i & Dealers
Importers embraces a great variety of beautiful note ,
I paper Nov. 30. .2. dec9-td
Alligator.
13 plain and embossed; gilt edged Bath post letter G>ve under my hand at the city of U'n.o.ingiiiii ..-- UTICA June 10,1852.

: Foreign & Domestic Dry Goods, paper; fine eteel pens, exprttsly for Ladies;a large Notice. this ftiurlh Jay of Nnvener. AmDomini I certify that I purchased of,Messrc.WH. 1 r1 ;

Notice.ALL NO. 175 EAST BAY. assortment of visiting cards, &c. Call and examine one; thousiind esgist huiidifd a'i.l iiity.t't i B&UTOLkCo.da.beron jester*: J

fr r.M iadrilttcd tw the lUnJcrMgDed sill : Opposite Corner of S. S. Farrar &Blo. if you wish something nice.JOHN.VI.. 'M HE Copartnership existisg between. the snbJa. ). day a box of Bardotte's Vena.p Sogar J j
.PAYNE.TO under the of ;iibb t Co.. i i"
& cww.e lurward and wHtfe ibeiracoouat scribers style
for child of finer and baH
Drops a nine ft
.
M1LLAKDFILLM01IE.
janG-6m CHARLESTON s. c. this Jay dissolved by nmtiiauwut.! : K. B. j
& 1 looit hare tooteUuiyencageineou. -
Aieney J.;o. .i. '.::1. TilE GKNTLRMElBfYOUR (;ibb; is alone authorized to use the uame of the By the PrtS'-'eat: years old whom I supposed troubled with ;.JJ. !
13 attention is solicited to my stock of firmin liquidation. K !i. ( liBIi. :, JOJIN WIL.SON.tniii'i.scio. worms. I bad tried. to get Yemufag

--jan--- ._,__ _____ I IIAIUJWA1E. af"s-I I have j art received :0UJO Havana WtH'!:<, oI Gnuritt L-i-rd OJji down.her severs! times*bat eoald sot do i. 1
Cheroot mistake. which tf te *
and
(genuine no ) are
.
Frim9 e i. t (.lt : it without her .snd she !
Old Brandy holding .
offered at lower price than can imagine call :
you ; Mayport Mills, Xov %. It52. oci2 tlj.
COURTNEY would vomit all But after .
TENNENT & Co. again
will it. up 11
ILECEIVEDat the cheapest eat ctorc. soon or jon regret NoTICE TO PiiE-HilPriOX CLAIM i'- '
JUST F. WAi'Ell CO. nteecr ivvoarcits or JOHN M. PAYNE.F. Notice. Every |wr *oii fimlltrU to the: rgut uf Ir. she got the taste of the Scci DBOM eM .
cried for-more. to-day
jan J3. 11A.UUWAIIE CUTLERY, GUNS PISTOLS Waver & Go. persons having demands agnin.it the es eiiptrf to any of tile IMCIS of MIJ to !:.s Yesterdayand :'
-- --- ALL her the contents of theboraa4
Irish Potatoes.A &c., Comnalaalon oud I'orwatillng Merchant, of tJeorge \\ Stewart late of Columbia .tJi.rcd for sate ,,Cli.\: the t'Uvn-Uin* at.rrd'tllIIal we cue j
FOURTEEN .
}'o. 25 Hayne Street, AND county. deceased are hereby notified to present above ei.-rmtd- today it brought away ?
K 8BL- jut received, and for sale at the Dealers ia Groeerie Provisions. Choice Wines them duly proven within the time pren- .0" n.h I' thefacti.m LARGE WORMS! some of. them alt !"-tf .
cash II b.SlPal5 3 Jla a Cia cribcd law this notice will be plead in bar require J In establish the Sadie to :t. i
MJ cheapest store. Liquors and Segars Paints Oils Drugs,&e.&c., Ly or ion; : .,
jan 13 F. WAVEIl & CO. WM. COURTNEY, B.TENNZM for CASH only. norlg of payment; and all persons indebted to said estate nf the Utfgu4er ami RrteiVrr of H- MARTIN HUBER, ,1 :

JAMES B. EVA 8. Bay Street Jacksonville E. Fla. are requested to make immediate naym.-nt. pro|>er L.iiisd Office, alit ,nakiiz ,pavinruthrrefur East of the Big Basin,Broad-et,DtiM. '

r@uF. Waver & Co. jan 6-ly CHARLES STEWART, Adrnr ax tova a* practicable utter seri'i- -. .

_1AYn.t lott a* cheap as some of their neigh Da A. AmBLER New Arrival. Nov 9, 1852. this uolice, and bef. re the iia; apjmintru l. UucaNov,16,1852.Messrs. ;.'t'1.

.if altbn:1a tker!ttlt eaea er. >sTst BBLS.extra Genewee flour,25 half bbls. the commencement of thc piibbc sie: of t:"- WK.BKIJTOL COL .-f 1,
jan 13 A\9 do., 8 bbl new bnkwheat 4 bbb assorted Agency for Scott ts Co'sIIEVI
UANCFJICTCRER AND DEALER IN land Kinbntciiiir the trartcla Ole".olher"Z'- Gentlemen,-Mj little davghter, aged :! !
crackers, 1 bbl pickles, 2 obU crashed sugar, EWS.I .
Sheriff's Sale. nn&D.. 10 boxes candy. dot. Congress water 1 ease !JIE undersigned has been duly authorized, by Mich ciaiiii will i I'f' forfr-trJ. 7 years, had been ailing for three orfoormooths !-l' -

161 MEETING-STREET Sardines, 4 basket champagne, boxes candles LEOTARD SCOTT, Esq. to receive orders aud JOHN WILSON.Cwnmiianer and fearing that,abe,night betroabled :
BY VIRTUE of a J Judgwentaad of theCirrait 4. boxes tobacco, I keg Bermuda arrow rot, 4 receipt for subscriptions to the British Ktview 4J11Ie General Last (Jfa with worms about avweek apt ,

state Court.f the Ea tern Circuit of die janC-ly ChARLESTON, s. c. boxes champagne eider 2 ibIs leaf lard,. 5 kegs. consisting of nnv25 I-1 bought at yoor store m.box of BifiDOITETS -
of Florida
for
the Cwntywf Ltoral. fur o,9 firkins Orange batter. 10 boxes
the eemnty The Lo lwt& Quarterly Review, SUGAR DROPS sndstliiiiinb:
recloare of a mortgage and an execution cheese 5 bbls
Wholesale Hat&Cap Warehonae raemi pork. half bbls Fulton market NOTICE.
for the sale ./ the mortgaged property therein : Leer. 2JO! lbs eodish I hid shoulders 1 do The Edinbur: Review. tend them all to her in one clay\Vitthiza

delivered tMuiMHed 1 and fecr*>*Kt4 duly Miued and to me j! i.1 TTO.ten 161 Hotel., MEETING Charleston.ST., opposite The undersigned Charles. family hams,7 boxes new raisias. bbl almonds, 'The North British Review. ALL pewns of John baviug W. Powor demands. UU as at iwr.otbin twenty four boon aftert she paswd away _______
Zek4 and will for ta&e
UIHMI expane 5 bags Rio coffee, 1 bbl extra aId Monongahelawhiikey. The Wcxtminilcr Review, TwtaTT-Two woakts, some. them tea
ak, at public celery, before the doer vf the basin ?*lore and i is constantly receiving from fail 10 gals prime old Irish, do. 4 boxes ire AND! county, dtfucaaed are iiereby utdi.-l Unseat 1-. : .. _
fiwiKc several manufacturers all of the different kind w..h.nlh. iuw ** twelve Inches iMtf.. We fare
Coart ia JackMnvitle.n Monday die sixth packers, 1 bbl new cider 2 hoses tbeai July prove.i t-rr or
LtceeoiWr of HATS and CAPri suitable for the fc-ntbera pale soap. Blatkwoofi Edinburg MagaziNe uodje wii. iJ.t *.1.6 i 11 b*. o 'p.. medicine Sinetb4xVie
da1.f utit i &.ur ne'_,Hit: Just ifjceired the cheap ea h store and for by law, or tai her no other ; .. _
Moms,(black) stale aged about 23. and southwestern market, to which be invites the sale, by F. WAVER* CO. TERMS : went ; and all persons inJebtoJ to sad u a has been a different cbM eDtir ... .
iMuea do d. de10.. attention of aaerehant desiring good IB hi* line. Dae. 16, 1S5 For any one of the four Reviews, $3 01 per am arc requested tu wake imwe.Eate jnysaeul. She bad not well bat need
slept nights
tI'. I ,
Tamer, do female 4* 30. Having inaoy years experience in the holiness be For any two, do. 5 00 A..J. T.' WKIiilT ser
Kate, do do dQ 15. flatter biuuclf that in prices and quality his K BBLS. NEW BUCKWHEAT. For any three, do. 7 00 ,Ex t|a" Ad-J "r- to err oat in her sleep,and .1 was afraid

CLiry do 4o dQ J%. goods cannot be excelled. D.A.AMBLER. 9 10 Boxes Cheese. For all four of the Reviews 8 00 *, A11ipt, Jsnary;tL, I.3. IWuinoncE. : we should not raise ber Nov ahe.ea:

&i4 ncgroe being the same Mortgaged by Wil 1 Do*. Pine Apple do. For Blaekwood's Magazine 3 no tire1y welL, <; ./.f* .
liam tiaddock to fbicace O. MOM mud llaniel C New Stock ofSprlng Coods. I Cask London Porter. For Btaekwood and three .leewi. 9 00 *.* Having previously used'Tariooa rJ-other :

Aa>Urr.te 224 day .f March. ISW, aad ieciedpouaadvUlbe 1 Cask Scotch Ale. For Blackwood and four Reviews, 10 00 .L pewoa who are indebted to the utile medicines eanaafatj .
worm famfly
"ld U .tirfy aaid Jtu iuent, 19 Sacks Liverpool Salt. PAYMENTS TO BC MADK ;N ALL CA.tCS IX ADVA !* A .igue l. eifner y note o.- open account !rrv my
{teere .aa4 Eceeotian. ia (aver st amid homed EllllIS sllllEIA1ll EIIQIS Just landing front Brig Horace Greeley. ancHor CLC8BIKC.Fwr i>cetfully rtq.uMed to come orward and eli recommend, B.1.&DOTT&.nun aa psf 14

O. :UooaAd iJatiidC. Awblcr. sale by, {novl*} F. WAVER A CO. copies of any or all of the above works the same, as toy creditor are with jortiee p ** -.. ,'able.toillotberremediesfhsotoni '.'j,

(;EO. H. M1T&1. .Vo. 30 Lust BII South cf tie Post Office win be sent to one address on payment III the reg- their claims again me. and I expect reiauuera eradication of worms. .
;
Jacksonville Oct. 23, 1852. 8 ff. rimE gUBSCUIBCIt Is MOW opening ularsbsedptlon fur three-tbf' fourth eon Hint Lion for services medicines.ke. WILLIAM STANTON, ,: -:

The above sale is postponed until the first Mon CHARLESTON, S. C.rJIUE A General assortment of Dry Goods, Urocries. > cratis. COLUMBUS DREW. HENIIYD.HOLLAND.JI.D.November 42 Water Street Uttflit?

day in ebraary. Jan 9 Drug Paints Oils, &c.-among which Florida Republican (Office II.. tf.Burk'INGTON .' .
Subscriber oferaLr sale a wcH-eeleeted may be enumerated in part" April 8-tf Jaekso"villa. -- ": I'.

Sheriffs Sale.B' JL assortment of the above Good. specially Osoabnrgs,Calicoes. &. HOUSE Alwaya. ready. .for. vac. .. ;.:1"-
adapted to the Southern trade which will be old Blanket, Negro Cloths Tin .Copper. and Sheet.irol JACKSONVILLE EAST FDORIDA., -- -
"JRTUE.4 a Veeree ot.Iae Ckeuit Court 'inghams. and Muslins,
at the lowest rates for cash or approved paper. W01lK ll. ; .
teethe Eastern Circuit oj the Male of Merchant visiting the city are invited to Flannels, Sheeting, and Shirting, -
Florida, for the County of Vocal,for the fureclo- nspeetionof the stock. an Linens Satinets, ic., The undersigned U prepared to peifoirJI mUG PROPRJETOR of this well known 4. .
Are of a mortgage, and for the sale of the wortgaged R. A. Cawbriea-Jackonets,, Swiss and dotted all kinds of ,Tin Copper and Sheet Ire- II- Mouse it pleased'to announce to hi* old
property therein mentioned and described PRINGLE. Muslin Work, itch as the manufacture of light patrons and.those wiling the ?Sonny South Ji
_.
4aJy b uod and to me delivered, 1 will expose for 30 Cast Bay,South of the Post Office, Hosiery, Handkerchief, ke. Culinary Utensils, making and repairing for health or pleasure that :

use at public outcry, before the door of tie court jaa 6-6w Charleston 8 C. Ready-made Clothing and Spooling for Houses Tin Roof. His House has amlergune thorough, 'renovation i iJ

bo.se, ui Jacksonville, in said county on M In- We are aLto receiving a general assortment of ine.Tin and Zinc Co. and all kind of work ,
the 0.3. CHAFEE M. W. 8T. AUANO, TH. II.CROFT. line of l which will be _
day yeotb day of February next A. U.eertaui Groceries, such as- appertaining to his business
13,between I.ae Jt' al1auart Ir sale O that da]. Chafee, St. Ama&d fc Croft, I Flour Pork, Cheese executed. with proinj tnes sad despatch. and has been well fitted up to suit the most. fastiENTIRE. -
aU thodle three slaves to wit: Wflaon Tobacco Coffee-a few bags of Java t Orders for articles, or. services,,fur theeoSntry.will dioaA haviof west or his 1lom. JiT
a
.male s\a e aed about twenty seven 'earl' ; Cal.Tin. No. 179 Kant Bay, (opposite Fttz&immoaf' Sugar, Loaf and Brown be promptly attended to. FUIl.\ltillED. -WITH- NEW FURNITURE' ., '.
-
.a male ave aged about twenty au 'Vlta'Cl1.JRLESTUN/) Candles, Soap Starch, "0. .1; L. UOOAR'CO.Ma1 : It

Lad&.a fema slave aged about forty years two; S. C Crackers of every description. :64f :lloyd.,,Jacksonville, The Proprietochaa also secured the services of 1
lean; the aid Il&VeS a0* been Btortgagrd by *- Vinegar, Cider and White Wine. a: lady of long' standing and reputation M a

.> Daniel and wife to : ; and I Iml''le ald Wholesale Dealer in Farein In J.iutltke.I' St 0. W.,Vanhan &Co'tu,Surgical H. -Keepel" He Will pare .o pain to make
wiD be MId i* satisfy the Mid .iorSw Md de- and DomeMic,Liquors, Wines, Cordials. White Lead, Lamp and Linseed on.A -; daces. thi House one of the best ia Florida and hope
;lt ba faror ef the said PUU ftj T o, Lead Shot and Powder. by keeping a good house and giving his penonal
CEOUGEU.: M1TI1. Sheriff Sejrar*, 1ibaccn.&c.: and Manufacturer* Also Stationery,Cap and. _Letter paper WOULD call the attention of Physicians to attention to famines*,.'te.menl land receive thenatrunage

.8.IL U. iItk41h. hap'eriff.. of Lemon Syrup of unerior quality. Fancy ttoap or ail kinds, I my'rtock of Surgical Bandage consisting .f the pa1t 4 ? v. .

Jeeu..1'i1I.t.J. 4-61- 4 keep toMlamll-t hand mm. txUnttee sspplj of Blank Books in part of Shoulder Braces, ass.mea AbdJuuua lie re U'u1111OIicitl'a"eaU, from. his friends II:

the faUotmK artidtt, tetuek they an prepared Cologne, and other extracts, Supporters Uterine do ,Abdominal Compressor and Travellers generally. .
Sheriffs Bale. to till to City and Country Me chant on their And a General Assortment of. Fancy The above are from the celebrated House of C. A.Urge sad extensive* "Livery'Stable is- "attached """.:
lass:liorrat ttrmvCOOAC Good.'. W. Vanhan ft Co.,of Philadelphia, and for quaU to the ((. : '. ; -
.vy VIRTUE of a len fadaa.trots t.1ae I of material and workmanship... 'The Western Stage leaves the Boose soon after .
Foraaleoalovtermsby; ity WMurpas- :
Jt oOco ef the Clerk of tbeKeil t.1ree&t .r B *I DT.-J.J. Dnpay, J ;J.f'Ro se. -' J..LIVINGSTON.Agent, sed,equalled,by any made in the United States tho arrival of the boat. :Leonard' ePey-r: !
JJ the EaIot.1'1I Piae&CuI.illoa fc-Co J.
Ceuty.1a aree fSt &be&ate Hcanesj. P.,11. io- 'varied stock of"Trusses" SAMUEL BDFFINGTON.PaortirroB..
.and <
.At Finnegan'old Stand;JaeksoovUle, Fla.: 1 have on hand a large
Fhd*,WMrebI Morris is dard It Co .'Legcr Otard Dapny k Co., nijPnder1l D-.
plaintiff aad aH of which are offered very low for. : .
watsc J. fc F. Ka ScptfZS-tf ,: ( .wscopy.) _
other ,
l. and
Jpp 4eIeadua&sad also cue other wr choice brands In JOHV 41 PAY.Ne1Jrqp& -
cash : :
.f Ieri fac.s Issued baU pipes and September 23.1832. '(Newt copy h) raYsltT"1tC"BneE.e.a.
from ,
the above named-. qoarUr. eighth casks,and. In. boxes t8 :
oct .Batter S4.bs1d4.birantage
kiDdiSOf.
: ) Astonishing Cakw
-ben4 Minis .u..iailtrat of TIIeL w.! f I doteach..* eace For dale. -
;. JSSN 45.p4,"pWaUffaad Walter AXKRICAII tiaA0T-4th proof In imitation of over Yeast making Ae
Kipp U The Cash System .Adopted TURPENTINE LANTAT1OJI n- >
I Ia,.levied apes &lid will French in bait pipes quner Md eighth cask .CLINCfl. .. I A. .taiuing 1142 acres If a* excellent a quality 'perfectly light and ready fer baUinstant a
"1. Uo do Irt la'barrels. at the new GROCERY It PJCOV18U\N8TORE
&&l..st.ry. WON die eoIU" .expo.I proof '. in tut Florida for tho above bestoo**.- ..it: is: mixed Bockwhea ,
: u.sUu. a*any
: Ja.-a Houa t.rs-I'tne'Apple of the iabacribe,. >n. too,city of :.r .
el JUchor .' .
me.be.,,. Cologne .nJulR.1tS. UBS Pa
rlh
; uddorer Leaf .. JWlIOIJdUoU, :j bavins There on the ,place 4 eoaJUrtaWot-dwe1li other Cakes:when inade *
Brands. i ;
FetIna.ryllla&.tweea -Zb. t..s :been of : Jts' JOOTJUoxe.
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: would houso:! egrofJ.ur-.ers < der areteflll li\e1to daes-th4
Y.f 'ms.1bs foI1.. WBISUT-Irish and Seotek.> received and opened large tho above Ilouae, mou.sliaitthepmtri.ogeof.Ibitpoolic. --Ir- ,
.deeeribed pespertj.to wit i- HAVJNl'Jad my :: already in_Msido a f o idwrable quanutyoftreessuitabl.
i "Inere WWI -
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'Thas ijo- Stomach than Ibo '
1441f101 er Iaa4 with '&hi : Mouongshe1s island 24 quJity" :: Stock of "Goods selected with for Mill logs with large qoantity : : : ,
i
; i.tIIero.1yIng ia &be tows.r ofiaekai.nfl npr.ye.eMs bon 4'JO: O' h lle oxproM refereneo the demands of thU Market- are at this time some iveo: six rooms unoccupied, ofLlghtw.o.t Tbe labove land are:between 'and'as it.reqnires:bat MW J ,t. '
) "aaa dlstIa uisbe4 Ii dte J : i take deaM 4B informing tbo.eitiMM of JthUnlaoa'and several vf_the saao with fire place;:Th Uomeis > :-. UIibij <*. .
. platebald tows byjloef "- | of the Post Moaerief and Six,/Mflo: ;erecks.and from 4 U 6 se r. baaing >
Do hundred 1ft.1.1arda
thies,(2) sa&ct_ TWthnow, Wed fl.w surrounding country thai they are BOW within one and 4ieeediiZ.:
&() mita ofthe Town of Jacksoovillo. ': is
nornar Bayandrir >> them sour inrI
. -L.a,. >h' and wharve ,,Th f ..ndenipedTIaAI"a&tor bmg
"Or..1'IG Office .
for sale,at remarkably lowrstes for CASH
; ready his j
MnItssnhIIr.no
kndnd subscriber hui. :; t
.aa4 1ft The wia..inC..ur. ; > *
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(- J- Gen.-footl four bores Coach a'two,hor* --s '" '
1ltTO1d4.wEag1and" < -
) f. B iea..Su.Ctt '
UJJowlOrlMia onanuration the maltitadinou .
"".less IsvI.4 U 1M'.w > only'An arUelcs fweekly ity to attend to ihe bosinosa. Per.toriMapply: Foai'.. :' ; \
np Ocala_
, _- with which my Store tt *app tdU darnedBUBeeeaary4 Hack Alan line*,both leaving for > > et
"Io lie -Lt loA& KB >* *> & "" r-IiENay ftflOLA'Dafllt. ; $ GOO:'aJ BOUSr. .
of '
; :)8a14 wrt&et North Can li ,and if. soOee U to that 1 bata < ;-=-F.farther teanicular*apply at the oOeea v .
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art a say; *vtrythlng > :
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J -' ., sod N."I. : Jaoksooville r'-, : i : : z. 'I gtnia. '. : '.IA..r.1Us j. < (sav.drrgou4sd.sIrt4 1n'tbeway ofFamly &be.-J.'j1Je,.. paWitan, Bay ,
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't' .u 4. t.\t.50 : 'I't' .Jfew-1 ,1.lJi'Na!Caro- 'supplies. H.T. nrUs. 0 -- 1ooi. J As, 13.ASXEW.Pidatks n.WUaiapoa 1leraLI.op-Uv1&3 sad all .f the shove TsJnoble .nic.

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t 4ek1.1'. DuThI9utlE., : r.b. ; Another'ScientiflWonder J :: A I' ". .- '4t.Stree,1Vew York 1ST..Three Stares and their ';i CITY ..\ UGT: Y,T TIlE,hOST CERTAIN 4ND j'R'
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i t. utudrus bUrV.: I i,T .. ._ contents destroyed.; Deeds before words! "j 1rT1r.'ER the direction of A AROtf'IIAIGHT .REMEDY,FOR 27HJ CuJopDVSEN1TERY.
...J CREATlo0ReJ RICH'S A.1ES< AOAIWIt: U PALMER ofNcw York and WORTH ", .
tb TUre U>pUari per aunumrpaya.ble ,- ELEVEN SAFES of different niaken consumed INOTON GARRETTSON SNETHENnfNcwOrleans. C D' Ub c ARb -

fr QftordertgIi.er: 'Y PEiSLU : a with their content} -.Th*-Saf* made by"Richie .' Attorneymnd Oonnstllort. th.'8s- ,caOo_ -''- "I., A.
Regular line of Pocket* between and its content of the United AND >-.j
) ( Co.defied th6 flame brought out preme Court States. 'i
% .. Sl,pU I ,the' expirationfta DR. J. 8.HOUGHTON'SEPSI New and Palatka, composed without a mark of,fire upon them t This establishment Is farmed for the following

.fta. year, er*ttr olI14'-rQ ", ., .'. .: '- -. by fast-sailing schooner. :o .
GirBERT's' 'LE En.' .
J Orlu, ROGERS Com'r. ..; ifir law is the :'Conrt of ,
m, Ut' be;twcrted at the following r oSph % practicing Supreme
lye .n (of twelve lines)for Jrrary Oak,'R ,'3. S tOG EJt:;Com'r, THE FIBC. FLETCHER' AND PEARI.8T3. N..T. the United States, and oondacti professional Which has ever been preseihed to the PQrlC.

rAI' Dollar ulur will .between A NnwYouaDeo.20,1S51. business before Congress. It stands upon its own merits andpuffing.
fi l h Crst/ani Sewrty-Five.Cents tor rcry subse- fly regularly prt t % ,;!Mcs T*, STEARNS and MARVIn,successors to C. 2. For the prosecution and recovery of all claim '- need no
i. 1O yearly Adrertiscr liberal Agent i New York .M RICH & Co.,'No,146 Water Street,Now,York.Smsri .- in law or equity, against the United States be- HAS NOT-tA1UD TO'"cn&

V ;t $ JOEPIGRICE. Water.'. hen the fire 'Wal consuming my place of fore Congress or'the executive Departments, or IN,A IJSC E NSTncE.-ai.. :
4iHOli; made: :iB tranrteni'Advertisepron Agents No.216 Pearl Street, 1 was absent in
;b Business, 1 before Boards of
4j against foreign Governments .'ValnaMe preparalWa, r..e
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EE" CAXOVA.
.- ;u ing rttw ng account -, ) Rcnsslaer County*testing a new cleaning apparatus Commissioner ., ,-& .-,. THIS several medicinal
in root
to ,Agent. Palatka,* : in connection with my Excelsior Thrasher, For tho settlement of accounts with the crowe bt .
with tie.KM).wuslbey.vLllr>r pnviev* publi- ILK. DUKE. 3 Wild of Florida. It U rcxlttY and
: and did not read the account until I waa fearful it State Treasniy,. War,.Nary,-Post Office:and
< Vegetable and
designed
fl 1f .i 'All directed to care will be late books which were placedin WrtCiAr&h''
to
too
i'I j goods 'thei promptly was save my Interior Departments, and obtaining the remission of the above disease. The Inrenter
!!U l* dutanre fa '.govern tkcir remit forwarded.' > one of ;your safes, purchased from 3fr Marvin of 11nt'.,penaltics, and forfeitures, for alleged etor-lawfully convinced that it i. and pp _,,

l\nee*'fcrladVettWnjrl>y tHe Winning"rates: ., September. 4th, 1352. 2t sonic I found years it ago. :Afy fear were.return not allayed to apply when the violations,.*oft the. ,revenue'oJ, post "office J*;or other Medicine. In faoUhe> test th.lt hehaT an Inall&blt c
months neeessaryupon my -' i&
One (twch line)}mUulieJ x laws. in the town in which he reside;
FHrr.ADELPHLATPHILADELPHIA enabled to and'the
'ur FOR Croton Water 40 hours before 1 was ,For letters for inventionsfrom IIIto
4. ,
securing patent
: taking success with which it has
THE TRUE
v $JO I met;
: tar -* : ,< 0 after which it required Wvy-.nts
commence operations; the.United States or from foreign Governments himin it I
!'. t "|Two iqnarc*, ror !lx month, i- 15 0 DIGESTIVE FLUID hours of labor and application to raise the: Salamander and procuring land warrants and pensions He has,'ayingthat therefore come*to a the'PUSfTlVE CURE tlT

and other Busintfs Card an. 10 'I AND from its ashy bed.. You may judge of my under tho various pension laws of the United determination
:? Legal t.r 0 .- place it within the reach of all, bowmr" .!
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:. anxiety during this delay, and my agreeable sur )?
SAVANNAHSteam
States. -
I Notice to debtor and creditor, 7 on GASTRIC JUICEl'rcpared f' ny suffer with this very unpleasant and '
of
0 ". 5-- prise upon opening the safe in the presence a 5. For collections generally, embracing debts, Disease ..a-
,I T .Ap1iUe&Uonfor1vttcrsufIui1uistrat3un, 5 0 from RENNET, or the fourth STOMACH ; Navigation. Company. number of gentlemen, to find my books and papers legacies, and inheritances,in the UnitedStates gerons Western State, particularly in the Southern'tin aM.

; Kotice; Cur al u Administrator after directions of Baron LIEUIG, saved, and as legible they were previous to and foreign countrie
t Application OP HIE ox purchasing Indian X
:' .1lUi The new and splendid side-wheel steam Mp the fire The intense heat to which the Safe wassubjected my of
the ,by J S. Houghton ; 6. For the purchase and pale lands in any of
j- $JO 0 ,great M. D.Physiological ChemLt., STATE OF GEORGIA, of'1200 tons register, can be conjectured from the conditionof the States or Territories of the Union, and loaning particular and-look for my written. dnatare .
the label
8 -
t V Ol announcement, ofcsii.Uilntcsfor office,. 5 0 This is a lhiadelrhia.wnderfll remedy for Indies. Captain J:E Walton,'has commenced he regular another safe, [not a Salamander] of which an moneys on mortgage of real estate lying I refer the public, below to few
1 and will leave Savannah on Wednesday, remained and not a eertifieato
t r if*annoaoeemeat will made unless the same sion Jaundice Liver Con. trips iron skeleton frame only a vestige therein.
t Complaint, looted from
b Dyspepsia the 2d of June, d alternate Wednesday in the among many received from .
day every of a book. They were companions rtsoeeu.
and after Nature's 7. For Investment of funds in United. States '
Ve with the amount Debility curing ble citizens of Jacksonville.
:s accompanied charged. Itpaton. thereafter-say 5a the 16th.:and 80th June, same office, on the second floor, from which they collection the .
the Gastric and State stocks and loans dividends -
Editorial uotice for private benefit will b Juice. by Naure's own agent, Hth and 2Sth July, 10th and 23th August, and soon fell upon crates of earthern ware in the cellar, the thereon, and, generally for the transaction _. EGBERT POINSETT.

.., i e tarred ao.tlt the rate ofadvcrtisn*. 09-Half a teaspoonful l of Pepsin, .infused in Cabin v rvinert safe upon the Salamander. If their position of all business pertaining. to a.,law, loan, and P. S. Planter should not be without, toil ya :
; 4, 1. .'IteM-lous,Obituary: and I&rriageaoUeestiI! water, will digest or dissolve Fire pounds ofroatt Passage to Philadelphia York, -$25 had been' reversed not even the skeleton banking'aene1. > able Medicine .Every family ought to keen'it
Tickets New
Through to would have remained. My los over the insurance on hand. _
in about tiro out of the stomach 2 All communications addressed, postpaid, to ,
: f .e pabUshed gnths.j cit Pepsin is the great hfU or great Digestive Steerage, is $1,900, yet the salvation of my books in Messrs. Palmer & Snethcn. American and.Foreign A. M. REED, principal Agent for Jackson

t Cmmnnicatio)mutt be post pnd.J principle of the Gastrla -ttittioteintaftlit 1 This ship has been built with entire regard to your Salamander, with the representatives ot Agency, city "Washington, will-receive ville.

--- food. the and Stimulating safety, comfort and dispatch, and offers new $100,000, and important documents whteh could prompt and faithful attention. S
wUsI1vIss C A D S. Agent Purifyi"J Prmrvilf. !. It is admirable facilities to business and travel. For not be duplicated, has fully compensated me. l'ALMEK& SSETIIEN1, TESTIMONIALS.

k .. J. .- extracted from the Digest he Stomach of the Ox, fl'eigh passage, apply tolADJLrORD It will afford me great pleasure to exhibit the Office No.5 Carroll Place, Capitol liii!.
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thus FAY b CO., new safe purchased of you,and explain its merits Jn'y3. lawtt. -
1 ;' f FRED. CLAY forming, like AN the ACTIFICIAL natural Gastric DIGESTIVE Juice PlAID in its, Agent in Savannah. at my present office,No.251.Pearl street, where I SEVEN CASES CURE]."
BARRET precisely
-" HERON. shall remain until the new building No. 216 is
4-* aad Land and General
chemical and furnishing a comp'rtt Bountv Agency
powers Six Stu
P.bll' CKZKK
Jot.ry' K FtA.'Dee.9
in Yours respectfully, ISoi.
july 8-tf Agents erected. ,
it. the aid of this J'biodclphia. .
.. for 1a.Iug per .t tubftttutffur By pre JOSEPH G. thL Sir
C..I..loH.r SlUT.
t Aeknodedg the pains and evils of Indigestion and Washington, D. C. Poinsett
;. :. -frjj. \ iar..t of l>;,.d., pration. are removed,just a they would be bya Charleston and Florida Lino. The undersigned invite country merchants and .T. WALKER will give prompt SIB : For the benefit of the afflicted yon eaa

AD other lustrumc Ih .f Writing, to be used in healthy Stomach. I is doing wonders fo, Dyspeptics others interested in the preservation of their books JOSEPH attention to the MOUNT publish the following have had seven eases .f

.:; .4 I'M vit2 curing cases debility, emaciation, nervous The Splendid New Packet-steamer from fire, [but particularly those i having Rich's LAND CLAIMS of officers and soldiers engagedin Diarrhoea on my plantation this season; all ef
: noteS decline, and dyspeptic Consumption, supposed FLORIDA safes in use] to call at the depot 146 Water street. the FLORIDA WAR, or in either of the I.VDIAS which i have been cured by the use of your most

: z _::' 1 !r nUt" .nn FKN>Sll.VAXIl. to be on the dcrge of the grave. The Scientific New York to see the interior of Mr. Gilbert's WARS in which the U. States bare been engaged, valuable medicine called Indian Loxccort.

: 0>Officc with C. L. Ilanison & Co. Jack- evidenced on which it is based i in the CHARLES WILLEY, COMMANDER, safe with the books undisturbed, which he has or the War with Great Britain of 1312;-to I Yours respectfully, JOHN PItICE,3,
highest degree curious and remarkable. kindly permitted to remain for' the satisfactionand claims the U.States for MILITARY
.; oaTill, Oct. 11-tf Is now running regularly on th on SERVICES, i STILL ANOTHER.
.r. furd Line between Charleston, ad gratification of the publie. SUPPLIES, PENSIONS, LOST PROPERTY, &C., and to
..;t. "- BClENTmC ETIE CE. the St. John's river. CO-Orders for Burglar Proof Vaults, and Vault any description of business requiring an Agent or I Clack Creek Fla., Feb. 1st, 1332.

1. :. ,r J. P. Sanderson Baron LIBEO. in his celebrated work on Animal The following Schedule has been adopted which Doors, promptly and faithfully executed. Attorney at Washington. For procuring Land Dear Sir-Some time since a member of

.r. ('OC !Et.OJ' AT tAW, Chemistry, says: .An Artificial Digestive shows the hours of arrival and departure a the STEARNS &MARVIN Co., Warrants,his charge will be $5 In other eases family was very ill, indeed, with a Diarrhcea.my
ATOK1ta"Asn Fluid, analogous to the Gastric Juice may be various ports: Successors to Rich & the charge will be proportioned to the nature and several I
resorted to
.. I things usually
H. |>'CI r',"u,1 hi. office from Columbia readily prepared from the mucous membrane of Leave. Charleston Tuesday, at 3 o'clock p.M. 146 Water street and corner Avenue A and St. difficulty of the case. Disease, but none of them would given for the
.;t? : X'wtMy t t J
t ,:. .". rvioectfully luforuw his that lie will con of food as meat and Eggs will be softened, Leave Picolata :Wednesday, at 'o'clock P. a.RETCTU.MNG .Owner of the exclusive right of Rich's Patentfor Attorneys in Florida, who may be employed in by several I made was recommended
..'m ." tinM the prectice (If profciwion, n formerly changed, and digrftcd, just in the tame flll"ra. the whole of the United States, and the only Bounty Land and other claims, on terms which and am Ie persontf.did up my Bottle mind to try it
ofta so as
Icrtu oue effected'a
t Ii.iIi at **ch and every they WOUld be in tlit human ttoinach. Leave Palatka makers of Salamander safes combining both pat-
,. :, atLlk of Thursday, at 7 o'clock A. M. may be agreed upon. Letters [which should be cure. \ou will please publish this
: Cirrait in the 1\'e..t Counties Dr. COMBE, in his valuable writings on the Leave Picolata Thursday, at 10 o'clock A. M. ents, commonly called RrcH'ssafes, WILDEH'S post paid] will receive immediate attention. 'all&ableIellicioe -as inch
be
: .ft.1; tb.!Eutcrn JndW.il Circuit, the County of .Physiology of Digestion" observes that 0 Leave Black Creek Thursday, at 1 o'clock P.M. Salamander Safes, with Rich's improvement.Feb. June 5. lawtf. a public. Spread it far ought and to in known to'the
t Hamilton In Hie Middle the Supreme Juiceis 1852.-3m. near order that
Circli i diminution of the due quantity of Gastric Leave Jacksonville Friday, at 3 o'clock A. M. 6,
the afflicted find relief. Yours .
: Coart at llaluuvec, and S Court at St. of may &e ,
; : a prominent and all-prevailing cause Dyspepsia The for are unsurpassed Notice.TO .
: Augurtiiit. \1 professor by those of any boat ever placed on the THE OFFICERS AND SOLDIERS To Dr C Poinsett.
"- wUhfl"ml.taUeutltl. of medicine in London who was severely St. John's. Freight and as low as by Q Acre, situated on the head waters
: AfUreM-J. S.U1EIS.X, Jacksonville< afflicted with this complaint finding every thing any other line. passage .,163 of Halifax river, Orange county, OF TIlE SEJ'ERAL WARS SINCE JACKSOIVILLEE. F.,August 13th,1851.

,: /) nrl COln.'9, Florida.Jacisonf else to fail, bad recourse to the Gastric Juice, obtained Any farther information can be obtained East Florida, 44 miles south of St. Augustine- THE REVOLUTION.

: .?. ., Hie.Jan. 17, 1350._t from the stomachs of"living animalswbich plying to cither of the undersigned agents.byap bounded on the North by lands of J. J. Bulow, B a recent;Ar-t Congress, officers and soldiers -. of Dear Sir medicine: This will called inform INDIAN yon that one bottle
proved rompltttly tuccesffid. J. \V. CALDWELL, Charleston (who have not received are entitledto your LOXECUST ha
deceased, and on the south by lands now or lately
.. ? L ,. James W. Bryant, Dr.. GRAHAM author of the famous works on BELLECHASSE & FINNEGAN, the property of the Marquis de Fergeaud. The BOUNTY LAND, for service* of one monthor permanently cured two of my negroes of a severs

*,. : _. /VTTOTllfET AXD Cor. SELon.\T-J.A'\ .\ Vegetable Diet," says: .It i a remarkable Jacksonville. I greater portion of said lands are covered with a more; the widows,and minor children of those attack of Dysentery. I consider it an excellent
medicine for this
f WiU (except whctv business may require his ab I fact in physiology that the stomlcbs of animal R. R. REI Palatka. I growth of Live Oak and Cedar, and are well deceased, are also entitled. The Subscriber will in complaint it and take great plea
i : sure recommending to the
: in the
fluid public
l macerated water, impart September 23, 1 undertake, at moderate compensation the
acaet from the Scute) atleul h. Jrlclslo: appointmenUlutho I proP I adapted to the cultivation of Sugar Cane and the a
..: of various articles of Respectfully ,
b OourU .t. the l::n.trrf Circuit erty dissolving : food I Upland portion to that of Long Maple Cotton. claims of those interested. Having been employed yours
,..: :i. of Florida, and in the -d"nil Court for the i effecting I kind of artificial digestion of them in, New Grocery and Provision Store. Lying on navigable stream for flat boats (If in public office for several years, his experience To Mr.E. Poinsett. S. D. FEKNANDEZ..
'); NotUtern District of Florida no wise" different from the natural digestive pro ] THE SUBSCRIBERS having taken the I three feet draft of water, these lands are conveniently in such matters will enable him to afford great ,

: .,. MI4I' cess. on Bay St., formerly occupied by I situated for forwarding produce. facilities to claimants for LAND AND PENSIONS UTIIERE IS'NO FAIL IN IT. '
4.1.. ;. nr. WILL .tt.S ACT ti !GI'T OCnll on the Agent and get a descriptive : Alsop & Hours, would invite the attention of purchasers -I For terms apply to C. DREW, and save them a great deal of trouble -

.: )-..4*b...' for gener Business of iu land thu ,:-19e and ,the respecting location eirula gratis, giving a large amount of scien- to their large and general assortment of At this(Jflice-or to and expense. Where he obtains nothing, no St.]ohn'* Beach, Fla., Feb.5th,1851
donations .
.. grant evidence similar to tne ab ve, together with Groceries,Provisions, &c. &c.-consisting in partof C. W. DOWNINGTallahass charge is made. All letters post-paidwill receive Dear Sir-Having used most
: or celling thereof. reports of remarkable cures, from all of tho your valuable
I parts August 19-tf prompt attention, and the necessary forma and Medicine called Indian Lexecnst with
I '% ... AT. ," M.T United States. Flour. Fulton Market Boef. Butter. instructions complete

1 ? foYlhe rolV-ction of Claims UOI the Uliwd AS A DYSPEPSIA CURER.Dr. Corn Mesa Pork. Lard. Union Agricultural WarehouseAND sent.C.. W. BENNETT, Att'y. success and the in public my family to inform, I feel yon it that a dUlY myself I owe and to yea two

S Military or other kr\it'c pensions, Iloughto 's Pepsin has produced the most Rice Pickled Shad. Cheese Washington, D. C children have been cured of a severe Diarrhcra

i f furuiished vulunteers and fur horses or I marvellous effects, in curing Diseases of Debility, Mackerel. October, 1330. tf with it,when nothing else would give us relief.
Suited States
,. otbet ropcrty' lost,fur which the Emaciation. Nervous Decline, and Choice Hams. SEED STORE Publish this if you please. Yours .
fUsbe. It is to DVlppticCon. Bacon Sides& Shoulders. To Druggists CIIA& I/ROWS
impossible give
No. 23 .
.. J. W. B. will alo sumption. FULTON-STREET NEW YOUK. ,
i.Forgti Ba liiM Powder. Starch. Wines.
cases in the limits of this advertisement; but authenticated Tu Dr E Poinsett.
:
: attend to ttoe eoHcctlon of Claims and other Pro- certificates have been given of more. Shot. Candles. Liquors. THE undersigned solicit the attention of all Apothecaries,-Perfumers, Confectioner, Patent

tdnal'uine In England and on the ContiLu than two hundred remarkable in Lead. Soap. Segars. of Implements for the Farm or Medicine Factory and'Dealers in Jcasovzu.n, ;May 6th, 1331._

,;It. New York and Boston curt. I'hiladcphinl Paint', Oil Drugs,&c. &c.Which they will Plantation to their assortment, which includes ,_ Toilet and Fancy Articles.
'. '4 absence, Jon\ W. PBICT., Esq. y all desperate cases, and tbenresw no* sell low CAit. many of the most recent improvements in the PK.ACT1CAI. AUVlsnn or, Com JACKSONVILLE,July 30, ,.

t. OJWJ Itea ii .rida% only rapid and wonderful, but l rm4nent. Their st of"gooci-b \lng'been pnrchiwd leading-article. their JineAll.nLwhieh they TIIR ..oLaver.One Hundred Recipes, for Dear Sir:'I have tried your very valuable Med-
.t A. Im*Ja< .E.trt fluria. It is nervous antidote>, and particularlyuseful solely for cash that they will sell at prices to insure satisfaction to the the use of Druggists, Apothecaries TSirumers; L eiDe r-.Di.ouor*aa4 604 it Jy (as .-.
;r I grea tendency to Bilious disorder, Liver can ell them on terms which wi make i an object buyer-especially Railway Endless Chain Powers Confectioners, Patent Medicine Factors, and safest cure fur this dangerous disease that have1

., B. BL PJSAUSON, Complaint, Fever and Ague or badly treated ; to Layers to purchso of for one or two horses, of the Wheeler patent, Dealers in Toilet and Fancy Articles. Edited by ever known or heard of. My little daughter,aged
ATTORNEY, AT LAW. Fever and Acne, and the evil effects of Quinine F. WAVER & CO. so often awarded the first premium at the State HORACE EVERETT, Graduate and Member of the about two years, bad suffered long and was re*
: Jacksonville. Nov. 15. 1 and County Fairs where they have been exhibit- dared to almost a skeleton,and F tried parr of
HAS removed to Florida, and Mercury, and other Drugs upon the Digestive organs 2 t College Pharmacy, in the city of New-York.
JaekMn\'it Cir- after a long sickness. Also, for excess in ed. Railway Powers, warranted, Warren's & Also-The celebrated Recipe of Professor Wil- a Bottle of your "INDIAN LOXECUSl"and
31 in the
;I caU.'practice* the Supreme Court of al.l the State Southern, and in fating, and the too free use of ardent spirits. I REMOVALS Trimble's Iron Sweep Powers Taplin's Circular lard for making good Soap at one cent per pound, it has acted like a charm the child i. now improving
the it S. District Court for the Northern District almost reconciles Health with Intemperance.tR. Power, Plows Harrows, Fan Mill, Straw Cutters that will wash better and quicker, without labor and way be seen by those who do not Ulieve. -
i 1M;. i' Feo. 19 ia-2.-tf.; & BOULTER would inform their Portable Burr Stone Mills, Wagons, Carts, than any other Soap ever manufactured. This Respectfully,
: of Florid_ J. S. HOUCHTON'S MOODY atid the public that they have &c. &c. Field and Garden Seeds of reliable qna. alone is worth fifty times the price of the book to A.\. COLTIS.

4L i1).IN 11 K A HAM removed their Stock Goods to the new building, lity, Fertilisers, Fruit and Ornamental Trees. any fumily. Exclusive whokailj agent for the To E.. Poinsett Esq.

"", ,1 Attoritry'B' b at LMU.. One Door East of the Store of Ambler & will Our be descriptive sent gratis Catalogue when two, illustrated to four with Post Office cuts United States and Canada.H.. W. LANDOD Sr.' YICtlOLA/..July 31,1331.
.f" Dear Fir 1 his is
: tt certify that two Bottles f
; P,\L.U'I'E.. Pla., Hcieg, Stamp are remitted, according to the distance. 100 Nas>an street, N. Y. Medicine called "INDIAN LOXECUST"has t-
qt.- iFIE.a where now opening a large and elegant July 2 1852. 3m RALPH & CO. Price 50 cnt Post Office enclosed your
: :: ; n the l-axtero Circuit. Business they are : Stamps permanently cured two of our Xl'groes.ofaO-
: dalliged their care will he promptly attended assortment of to that amount will pay for one copy, which will vere Diarrh a. 1 take pleasure in recommending

.- :;tij' Coi ,\ Foliru.iry la, Iboi-tf.: NEW GOODS State of Florida, In the Circuit Court of be sent free to any part of the United States. your valuable Medicine as being without doubtone

F.aTJtIfl 1 lpblal pleaiw puUUli tf., and Carefully selected to suit the market, and comprising the Eastern Circuit, Dnval County. Stationers, Booksellers, Newspaper Agents, &c of the best and safest remedies for tins disease
J : eu4 their._ t thiulcc. CHANCERY. enclosing a cash remittance will receive the workat that I have heard of or seen. Your truly
;: a large discount off. april 15 W.O.McLXTYRfe

1 f; :;l. "' ?, 'OSSI B. HART, Fancy A anti COIPLETF Family Groceries OF- ; William vs.Cheever ROUGE II. SMITH & CO. To E. Poinsett, Esq. <

; .. A" Y AT LAW, Corn, Hay, and Flour AUCTIONEERING COllilSSIO JACKSONVILLE,Juno 9th, 1351.Dear .
1 :< / U lrovlionl ; Ellen A. Broekenbrongh, widow and admx. of AND
; Sir )'ha.
t : : ;" XV'? ELY VET, .'L.\., .lICy Staple Dry Good; William II. Brockenbrough, deceased Lucy MERCHANTS. : nsed yonr'lidianLoxeeistin

:" .: I the United State and State Courts Clothing, Book, and Slices; Brockenbrough, Arthur S. Brockenbrough JACKSONVILLE, FLA.r11iE remedy my family for Diarrh,and have 3. I found take it great a very pleasure valuable1*In

::; Ptelu Soutkcru District of Florida Is sold by nearly all the Dealers in fine Dings and Hats and Caibj Thomas W. Brockenbrough,George L. Brock it "
: :;\t [ ; S. Hawkins recommending to the public. .
1 i Irlt the United States enbrough,George and Mary H.. SUBSCRIBERS entered into co-
'. .t ;. #-Jay Jt_'_. _ _ _ _ popular tie prepared medicines in powder throughout and in fluid form, and in Sadlery; Hawkins, his wife, Thomas W. Brocken SL partnership for the puepose of carrying on Egber Respectfully Poinsett, Esq.JACKSONVILLE, J. E. .WNSEND.
", r H. phials for the use of Furniture; brough and John W. Brockenbrough, infant the above business, and are prepared to make
J1., JAS BAR, prescription Circular for the use of physicians.physicians may Crockery, Glass and Earthenware; children of John W. Brockenbrough deceased sales either oa consignment or at auction (one of K Fla., May IT, 1351
: his Hardware and Lucy B. M'xwell, Elizabeth S. Maxwell Si- the firm being an auctioneer.) Both of the firm
ATORM\.TLA\ } ; be obtained of Dr. Houghton or Agents, describing Cutlery Dear Sin This may certify toyota that had a
,, Co., Eat the whole preparation, and giving Hollow Ware mon Maxwell, Margaret Chaplin Sims, widow are well acfjnanted with the merchants land citizens -
Forla. process negro girl suffering under a severe attackof Di-.
Jlttu ; .
admx. of William H.
'JCltll and Sims Martha
deceased of the interior which them the advantage .
the authorities upon vInch the of this gives arrho-a, and that the
: .. clams Wooden Ware Mason ,use,of one bottle of year
; Sims and another infant child of
fl.WHITs11IrH new remedy are bad As it is : SECRET of making ready sales of any goode or merchandize preparation called **IndianLoxecust"
effectually
REMEDY, no objection can be raised against its Tin Ware,; William W. Sims. whose name is unknown to which may be sent to them on consign- cured her and I would take this:method'of recommending -

J. I ATTORN iTS AT 1\\ use by physicians in respectable standing and regular Cordage; complainant. ment. it as a very valuable Medicine.' .
Alligator, Columbia Co. EaJ Florida. practice. Price ONE DOLLAR PER Stationery; It appearing to the satisfaction of thi,Court, They will give their attention'to making good Your truly, JOhN BKANTLEY.-
.I BOTTLE. Drujjs and Medicines r by affidavit made and filed in this cause, that defendants and immediate sales. They would respectfully solicit Mr. Egbert Poinsett.
-OBSERVE THIS.-Every bottle of the ; Arthur S. Brockenbrough, and Thomas patronage from merchants and tradesmen of "
y &41- .Eud Whitney, genuine PEPSIN bear the written signature of lains and Oils; U. Brockenbrough, and John W. Brockenbrough other cities, who wish to sellgoeds in our market. .J ACMOI vitT. :i July 2J, 1351, .
& :'(;. and.IfIU. qualified J. S. JWUGHTO.V. .M. D., sole\ Proprietor, Liquors &c. &c. infant children of John W. Broekenbrongh deceased Any business in their line will be promptly attended Dear Sir Sometime since I was;attacked with

4-; Jtoe urtvMd> ar buiubrr for Phi'aelphi Pa. Copy-right .and Trade-mark Which they offer CHEAP FOR CASH. Being convinced Margaret Chaplin Sims Martha ol\Jason to. -. a severe Diarrhoea.so severe that I could not Attend
,Duwml Sims and the other infant child GEO acre II. SMITH to business. I
Hi i z Coonly.it that the only for merchant to sell of William W. ray was recommended to try
: 47". foand, wb.n his wrvicc are desired, on secured.Sod{ by all Druggists and Dealers in Me i- Goods is to way the a cash they Sims deceased, reside out of the State of Flor JOHN tI PRICE.REFERENCES. your "J DIAY LOXECUST_"procured 'oaf.
4 .I : :Inquiry. at. the Republican office.V (801d will hereafter cheap sell for adopt 3.system that ida beyond jurisdiction of this Court, but in .-A M Reed. Fernandez Bisbee Bottle of it. At the same time two{members of
CASH ONLY. rusting
: .- Inn EGBERT POTNSETT examination of merchandize and the I IJ nited States, and that defendants, Lucy & Co., R Boulter & Co., samuel Will.inu Alsop may family were afflicted with tlifci same.1 disease.
our prices
: "J.10 -. an S. Hawkins & Jacksonville Boston & J A La- We all used the mediejno from. the
..Iri4 _; Agent Fla. will convince our customers the cash systemis Brockenbrough, George and.Mary hours ; Gunby, on.Bottle
4t 1p U'I L Jckou"iL more for their benefit tha own, we invite R. Hawkins his w ez.eside in the Western Circuit roche, E M Moore &Co:, Seaborn Goodall. Savannah. and I am now happy to inform you that it.sired
., .:.LOUD & CO., J. A. MAYER. them to call our in the State of Florida, and that defendants, Jan. 15, 18311., if. us all tl irtlJ. We are now all well and hearty
ePI(. s.4VUss.UISIIJ." JVhotttaltAnd Retail Agent Savannah, Ga. on us.MOODY BOULTER. George L. Brockenbrough, Ellen.:ABrockenbrough from the ue of on'y one Bottle of yoar. ..Valoaki 1e

L F '. \... Jlrchnt AyBay Sept 2'nIy October 14th, 1852. 3m& Lncy.B. Maxwell, Elizabeth V. Maxwell P per1Ianing.Depot:' ,, Medicine. Your truly, _
I Maxwell, \nd Simon Maxwell, reside in TDlOTI1Y..lIAllRls..
; ii 110,U8',_ :tret; Watches Jewelry Clocks&c. &c. the Middle Circuit of the State of Florida No. 44 Cmirtlandt-street, New.York, opposite ToE'roinscttEs
mI Ji (Ariel attention will be given to the sale of Cot- NEW llllIU G AND ll ACYSOllE.T It is therefore ordered that said defendants. re- the. :Merchants'1. Hotel.. ". '
the State of Florida Fla. Oct. IS3I.
siding ,
liberal advancM made and out ot the ,
:l .rJuca C. D. OAK Eastern Circuit, do appear and answer the bill THE Croton Manufacturing Company (organ Dear.Sir-Some time since I was on a visit near
HE his
bD I subscriber is now opening, at Store, under the General Manufacturing i Law
P. H. LOUD. N of complaint filed in the cause within two months your place, and was suddenly>taken rick-
J.LOUD. from the rthwould I very
C on FOfyth-stret a general assortment of HAYNGjustrtured of the State of New-York) offers at wholesale in '
.011'' ; 17. publicthat he baa from the date of the publication of this order, Your Indian Loxecust was recommended. The
.r i 1r DRUGS, OILS. PAINTS, brought out a splendid assortment of and that the defendants residing beyond the limits quantities to suit'purchasers,at 'b Vf.lc-rca.u' friend that! was visiting happened to have a bet-

, .. I j > JOSEPH ,GEIOJB, 'AnDECKNTI.T GOLD AND SILVER: W WATCHES, of the State of Florida, but in the jurisdiction LOWEST' PRICES, for cash or approt'cdendit. tie of it iu the house and I used it,and take plea
of the United States do I Paper Hangings, of every variety of-dtyi: aud in
v. appear and answer the "* sure informing youthee it'cured me.' 1. am
t Commission tC .:04 < C&e Fine Gold Jewelry of every description ; within four months from the price. averse tot having in
., Geaerl l\erchant WITH GREAT.CASEin Gold and Silver Guard Fob and Vest Chains same date of the -4,Borders t to match.' my name print,but StiZIM
ST., NE\\ SEt.ECED GOLD Si'ECTACLES : publication of this-order,- or that 'said biU\. betaken the benefit of those that may be aOicted.'yoa caR
AND SILVER
ins CIT Or MEW TOKK,
Fire Board
j and to the sale of! ; for confessed Prints in great variety
I Sratcr them this if
against think
prompt given publish it
He invites the attention of Merchants SILVER WARE-such of you necessary.,
as Spoons Window
Transparent Shades.
al artklts ol produce entrusted to his care, Ph.s.cianl al k.nd And it is further. ordered that publication"of Yours with
and the to his Stock Butter Knives &e. Gold and Silver
+ community, ; Oil Painted Window Shades. sXji1trRTUr.Er
the
with. be made in
j .and all order promptly complied tbs order some news paper, published .
assurance that the articles will be found to GOLDPENS .
Wide Window Curtain
"Dif
e *p2Z9tfi1 ; in Jacksonville, in Duval County, aforesaid, Papers, Dr'E Pblnsctt, Jacksonville, Fla.Gravelly .
fresh, of_ prime.quality, and.at a" low prices a* Knives. ,Razors, Scissors, Shears &e. a splendid week for the space of four months. oncea Window Shade Fixtures,, .,- > 0. ..4",.._ -
DOLLN1It' &I'OVL'illt. they elb bought i any" .market. of the South lot of Ladies Fans, Combs,' Brushes, &0.; THOMAS DOUGLAS;Judge,'&c.'&c. Of the latesttstyles and superior finish, all of their'4 -. < Hill Cxst.%,lS51r

C t: General Commission PERFUMER &c.; STATE OF FLORIDA, r own manufacture and importation; As their stock Dear Sir;' Your Indian Loxeenstia gooif med
; -HE OFFEBS, CIGAR PORTMONAIES County of Duvl'l.I J is large and entirely new, they invite Merchants, .icine., -Some tim e since I purchased a bottle froa

ft ? MA Krowt Up t&trcev Corutr Mulden Lane Chewing and Wines Tobacco b Cigars, Old Llquo. and many CASES;too'numerous to mention Isidore V.Garnie, lerk of the Circuit Court Booksellers and dealer in these articles, to call A'Ii!; Reed,Esq:; your agent and gave it tG.,11tof
Fine
,
WILL attend It.l.l""y.'ork. entrustedtoltbaireare. "Jewelry Stationery &e., Cutlery, ;' *The publio are invited to call.: for said Connty, do hereby certify, that thq foregoing and examine choir. styles, .' -and' .prices- whenever, they ,my negroes that bad suffered" Very much.m*
b.tine.
Wi promptly & order is true and visit the city '. a severe attack of,Dysentery, I(cured him Soon
attention gic n.to,theM The LADIES will find, many articles CO-Watches and J ewelry repaired.at short no a eect copy of an order Merchants : the
Country from afterwards 1 had
think and .- now on file in my office. --' can examine this stock another negro attacked with
Cua Lumber of ,Tinabr. and Turpentine; adapted t their wants and all of which he tlc warranted.Jacksonville, Lt. IT 3 In Witness, whereof I have hereuntoset 6 o'clock in the morning till_10 o'clock. in the laDIe'd1se&lle I purchased another,battle,tad it

d t -FLiberal advancements made will be gla to exhibit and sell for CASH. .- .. ...o._. i __jmn !<-_!__ r i my hand and affixed the Seal evening.New.YorkJMiLreh. '.- cured him also., miD' ', ,
:. .OrUr719.1$5t.J7. on consignments. June JOHN M. PAYNE. New' Goods NewGoods !rAt (L. s.] of said Conrt,.011 this"eleventh. 1,183%, t .(Aprils I do not hesitate 4 l :ia recommtfidiatyour ,
; : day of October,"'A-D-V 1852. Indian Loxeonst to the puwic a* beIng 41i1
p -- -- -- WINDOW ULASS tf PUTTY. Wholesale and iletail. a ISIDORE GARNIE .most certain'remedy for Dysenlery that I- A TVevern '

:, : BOUSE. A f\ Boxes Window Gl assorted sires; J USTj RECEIVED,\direct from New York, a Clerk .Circuit. Court, Duval County., Fekiri Tea O mpany'WaiehouSe-Si d, r heard or... Ifjrouittepro.p.i'y a'I
? 5AR4LL' having leased the 4VT 400 lbs .best Putty. Large Assortment of Fashionable Spring Oct. 14-4m .- 76 and 7T niton, at, Jitvr York publish! .thi*,' : 1 '

; house oa Bronghton- ; For sale low for cash. Dress Goods, of French, British, and American 4 TH'E'.fPE1t N-' COMPANY: has AiYiu. ."- .

; ,_ a., between..1aa'Ab'fr and .Drajtontr JNO.' .M' .PAYNE Manufacture,comprising i part t 'r Oil, Tallow, Grease,*. and 'Oliio 'been:established many yean, and has : 'Dr E.Poinsett,Jacksonville., -

p. a tr of years,rep ctfallr inform the Aug. J9-t'' French French,oil Enzlii-b cord Ginghams American! 40: ''ll1nernlPalnt.\ always maintained1,* high reputation v .t -, :Jacksonville; a.S.j:25I85f. :
jt and the ,ad v ?. foe Teas of the most delicious character Dr E PotnieLt-Sir i ft
l pubtio geterally 13'cen&pergaUoD This is ki thai
..&vaa Furniture Chintz and Lawns'and 3 barret.l\laehlD.eq-Oil. price. .. and fragraney, and at prices whioh have certify
JOHN'A. in
.ig.d Pli '
i 4 to.receive Lau.kith .. DIAl RVRUGUIST, Muslins : _, 'Lrvr :' ? instance' : every' hare been permanently eared of a snore Di.arrh-
i, Distal and traniueat, tn the 110. i 2,600 gallon* ame; 73 cent ,?in tasks of yo given satisfaction. The Teas are & by the use-of.your IDOS&n.luAbiIe medicine eallMIndiaa
I n- 15 Broughton street, Sarannah Oa JackoneU, Plain"and.Pig 4.Swiss Muslins ranted and 'be
himself,, strict attention J0. .D rious **" '* puree may returned if they do"not .
to ler**, pledge by t sices Loxeoust after'n3er4Bg for nor* Gall.
.
.. OFFERS for isle article in' his .-' prove to betas'they.are represented The Tea
! oia merit i.patro lage of the public.11. ,every Cambric and Jackonets 200 barrels boiled. Paint Oil. 65 ots per gaL month with that dlstres4nZdjsesae-taU
,plain
Ulead ) A IEz .line of business, and checked rOjOM gallons 'do" do'' '- 'do lOdbr.tbil"CO are done np In 1-4 lb.:} 1.2 sure in $ Dd1D"you.-oU valuable m4i
reco1Q
Ja.laU llou. IlaST bliea do
;. .C.tl.a Ills table wi with ..ver -, Spirit Gas, Gas Camphine ,, I ,Fig'd: Berages tern,' ,Silk. Tissue. .,wry. rich. .pat* in casks of various sizes .- lb., and 1 lb. package, making it convenient cine to all similarly afflicted. e'f'
.
'
WI esube. urt. .Landreth's WUrti.FrOb Garden 'Fide- >Black Silki'very-"; cheap' ',Marseillesand it, < 850 barrel. Tanners' Oil,various kinds and for country merchant tahave. *.' great.varietywith "' .1 remain. joan truly-; ,-s. ?|
". I oods, aBmaU.; utI_i of eapitalv flotel '
J.Iac qualities from 85 to 60 keepers
T cents i. r 'A.JlJOHN80S.
; .iA.: ILLI. JOIJSY. Florence Silks, of colorCrape '. : per gaL .
I ,Spn.&0. bo every ":. 1,500; 'gallons.1 in'-cask of varloua siiet may always be certain otba,n. on t.helt'tab a ,ForiJi 1J" Jac .. a
raV bQa .
Shawls and .
! QU0a and Woollen Machinery! and and retail. plain embroidered-.,1 : .*nous kinds and uniromi"eharaOti''r,otTe'"hie ,f as"iot.3'hi b 1 t.. ... "

. jeitwWllsan4Enginel., : N. Th8plrit manufactured, and always fresh, Do.Part Silk Kid and.Gloves Lisle,Black Glove..and cord Lao' 1its.. ., "- .cents per ga.UOD.l qnalitiea/from: 35 to 60 thcrt is'a large Toriety,;: are doni up 114 three ''CuY-z4: Oot"6;JS5l.
I and for'sale at low'as.can purchased In the I ,M too tallow ].'.for fc wrappen./ The inside is of lei.cJ.the;second ". "
eT:1EE$8Exci4I1A4Y: ,LwsucMis- Northern market,,for cash or b credit. Jenny.Lind Polka Gaiters .. grease neavy bearings .ter prooLpaper5aud the.outsido Chinese. ;J"DeW r:'Ja 1i.t:. ; ,i5O.ZibM at*
!,execute all or- approved Bronie-tipped Bootees; (Opera(GaUe. rjj }**!and.coarse f machineryIn barrels or 90'pa., pletely curedAne of jayuneo&f & long stands.
.I .,1.s$ for CoUooand Woollen >fachlner7ofsU I Single Ts Bnikinisiipper, $o. ) .casks "Of'4ny-/consiatency: 'ro 1i red "t'"t'.t'l'.I.II.i' 1. I'fi"'lr ,' vbatinate' ff1aQl&-froDi it?ootopleta I
lUMPAGNEftheMorgJ3randju received "" 1" cea J
: Price 6
; 1s. 111 ooutract fur whole Mill fnn the C . . ,The most approved styles of Spring Bonnet, cent per ponndr .t 111' .tsiaeacaejwh.rq :
. for
& and. by : 130.ton.Ohio Miners! .Ago1 ., 3QRN.:4,4AYER .floiheeaedioinesbado
u1. Paint )
barrel at :
\vaur iteam 1: < fr. Do,Children.1* Hat, Silk Bonnet*,richly, n 1'.'ftt take pleacor ia *
tM .n&n 1 tb Ilhc.ma aovltf WAVER it. CO. the lowest market _l1ro"g JUt.. .. ,aJ111ah lil 1, r oom du .
prke. . .
Saw iV t :trimmed and of the latest fashion ? t Feb 26-tt .to. 0 .l U nedloi '.YolHf
a .. fotrpp"oJsiall. AT._600 Heavy. White OATS.. JTarJbttryOi/ &,.warranted not to': hU .! | ej iMnl
;
'Tool O Ilhel French Flower," rich Bonnet Ribbons. :Into* 44L3Mb'Jl; TEBU
1 ', f-W
.., coldest 1i t1.
Fer sale .weather and ,
,rJAMESUANIIAMi. .." considered by those
iL. BUvcM4 Freight ,Machinery : 11 GtfIt.mtf& uilng it ijkr&r4 rolaIlOU. .1"j ..!i : jtt..v.-
co C' a JuJt 4- I .t4 t equal to sperm oil..m. &&, ,v&jxiS.! .w xat S d t. .t .nr. Jl to'n'a"the ''p.oUr .
ik1fdz.abs,4i1tber & Ii progreu., : ,. 'B1..trdl BooU,Gaiter;and Shoe. ,, .'- ,', 'iBle4aInt or Prubat OlIN -100 b'u\e .C .
; ; w Linseed U a&l .f'or
j ti-- ) t .0iI, uliiof OU,other 3 MWI ylA
11$ ii i .' :5 G U1.f..t"f"
i "W C *V: Ittlc., I . e '' f I .* Ready made CJothiosf.ipfd14' ,assortment-- than tot white,* *C ; i --i s letten Ad51tirVo6Aoa! ibeat.aw .f llM : F .bl Jet .iT.Waute4.j
'
.7..W.J..d ; be : ,11'1lotce. :wltf l $ 'som. very Una "d.1 t; ., :. ",; <*.Jwa kmatanUy rewlfing l :larga pplle' of the- Crews *&SlJlnM Cennty/deeeaaed.. : .'f''iltlt', ;... "
to' thi 1
-. : !. &&*..* .kj1wn Iilli lalat SI.dge of Probate for Colombia rpJ ty'; for equal CoUl1tr1.merebanU to'NewYork price Iue&oashonLerm*. TTbe"country publio* above named J article, and my. motto'. !*;;.! Snail r T-oettetFJOHNOREWS.Adm.J ;. ;iS.i.;' ;I;;;i ; I finrnc&iBBWM.i -' 1.
ibO.
*. : 1ct.tev.f .dfIaigjutlonpistb, E tataif Flora I are*olldt dto call and ezamInX3ood" and price*.. !Ofts.n qnik n'1UJlI.f ot ;11N't 'r. 'I t. J BBL MESS PpRKj61,*** Z'T* Mv'fr 3!L. .
V G4)U14);; l'f& '1 ttowoI-d100s.kd. Ht H. .. .. -. "J1 PAsp4ck CNJa.Stor.: -:; : :. "tc:. f'f"'4fr wrLfiw4srlbtaAlfcwl| t. House )1,1 "agel., .
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.WILL1)l1.Eb\\ARDS. i iA M".L. < &nj for sale bi, fern "* 'JBF SMJTaCO.AHigatoriwtSSi.
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