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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: February 10, 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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THE, FLORIDA INDIANS. :This arrangement, was acquiesced :in:by The authorities and; of Florida iY d i.-pl '- \ !J ,'f$111'IP I !
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the Indians and the whites until the <;peoj-e ; lr : C'J J vo- yUriiisnisr,meintelligence ::Fearful&iLctrp.-The Louisville' 'Cporier --CIarliit Mnr'j.' .,0
,14ars Message a*"* accompanying Document 1845, when collisions year .that the; ,.force. to. t te employed! that the Indians in council have states i that at the recent burning of the paper Tb. h, _"d..< : ; 1 ,.
having''f place against th TIndiaW shall b''coinioad'of : j..r bst : ..
*. which threatened renewal abrogatediberightof'owlCgiand',suite to mill in that city, Edward JohneohA member -; S ., I
"ol h hostilities; it volonteers.'butl presumean'actof Congress make a for We publish short lpttcll" ..l II
was modified order from treaty emigration. west j and arC of the Mechanic Fire company No. 1,caved to-day a J
W'GT01'I..f$*. 18, 1853. Land by.iii the General would be necessary legalize the 'employment.of about Jtb :eppse Bo wleg*;ana<:ptaee4 their his.life-in a most miracalou* manner. He tor Batler.IWt.iatbe'C01IDlol'be".U\o& "f .
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approvedbythe'KSecretary of ncb troopaanilaseven the'suryeying'pf affairs: n't the.hands of his sister, hd-tli' sj-standing ? Gen CaWs resolnlio*'s unst the lOt caIL9 \ ,
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anrf Hnae of Ripratntatna the upon. iplajihg ,
jv tU Snot Treasury, (Mr. Walker,) and the Presi ,
oftkt r/Mtaf States: dent of the the country would probably.resultin wife bjrlbe'chief.'AssinwabJ :'Bow-; stream upon the fire from 09 Mechanic eovgine European Colonization this .tcooftM6Ufji*< :. < j ,
honor herewith to transmit a established United States, (Mr;Polk;) which 'OQ 'thepart''of the Indians, I :. man, an aseistaDi i :of General BlaktX;, fr'aves". and seeing a wait I bo tlo"iDb1 io This speech, to'which the reader's aft *1- wi' I .
I have from the the Secretary of the Interior; miles in width a' tientral the territory :of twenty suggest the" propriety "of' 'subniitUfig heretoday:for Washington;"'to rep :the'entire he egao.to look about for' some' :way ioretreawThe ia'caJled, is valuable for the deanesa, wisJa J I
along entire border the '
report whole: subject to that the efforts of district policy .flames.had, eloped'In l ; behind
;which it ia>whicb the Indians
from appears I were allowed. snitablf sion. be made law JOT the MORKOC deckrattooft onubjeei Ia.-- to
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to induce' the Indians TB- I I to- prov : regard to these Indians,. himjand-were. rapidly surrounding him on "II j
aiDinr hit department in Florida to migrate to the country It trill be perceived. that'nothing has been'done accomplishrnentoftbe speellully/object in. view..-' ':,II The spareiif. froBtier population; I am all Bides ...the' wall had already commenced aflairs.European interlerence iaOAiDetH- 1 I'
Very'r fearful will lead to' 'much can His.maobjdwutoan.Ju m
inconvenience to crack and ) '
of 'the Mississippi totter, there was bat one
assigned to their tribe west unsuccessful.. The by. the government of the United Statesto Your obedient servant and !loss-an' ,vent' ;; ranch' to be' deplored.'. to 'escape, and thtt was to"leap' from where way ethe' statements of.Mr. CAiaocm,'di4 "

have been:entirely is eitherto Impair its title to any part of the territory' :LiaEACcmtaiisiioerer.;: This commuication m 5'0'0'to"' apprize he was 'standing into a ,cellar ,filter'.iti, ia Jbe Senate ala that when U was.fat 1ip. I IJ; .
only alternative now rem&Jns with the acquired under the treaty of Payne's Land- Hon.A. H.H..;STUART,' : you of the state! of our1 Indian relations burning timbers about thirty-five feet below.. tempted lo give President. Muocs 3bta.gnagelbe :
compel them by force to in comply 1832 ing.-- On the contrary great care ,has been ,Secretary of: Interior, I :I .'.ir iT rj iespectIlill ," otiri He: threw down the pipe,and taking ,a ktitadtiMnw! ajigtiisintdacter :
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treaty every idea'of'the.'kind, "; HOS; P. gli eemtthe crowd'ol ahxibus': now claimed'for it by GeaJ Cs. m'at "
agreed to migrate; within three by avoiding the use .of terma-whkh -' '. ; spectatcrs Mr Mason.:Chairman tith".rI ,:
which any Memorandum of an agreement betvctn Lute lIon.. S.1t:1tfnuJI; : around, ,jumped from the platform and landed : --," S"r :
\ears from that dale,or|o allow the arrange could be construed into the grant or acknowledgment Lea, Commissioner of Indian Affairs.and T : ,:8.&ta: .',1rasAiMtoiiE' .. in ;the cellar uninjured., He managed on Foreign Affairs subseqaently took.tM,*>"&* I.
ment made them in 1842, referred to in the of any right on, the part of the;In 1111y Bowlegs} e.EmaMlaJwccz. : 'scramble out of the.place be bad into subject and presented similar Tiews,JUiint 3''!j .,
Secretary's report by which they were to remain diana inconsistent with the absolute 'ownership ; :Jee.martua\: ,', and ;ChoccteTustenvgtfilchief ; :DCPARTMEST iinl., LtIst..bei ._' __j..,,.- jumped by conclusive evidence ia favor of.that. ; J I
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in the occupancy of aportionof of the couritry'Tjy' the United States. ag -- ol the Uoxaoc:doctrine .'
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temporary and headmen. 'of Ike. SeminoU .Indian Taltohune && it, 18S. JSK! : "
be peninsula until the Government should By Rearrangement they were permitted fora in,Fl :Sra- Having received the enclosed communication l"tnaii.gfroa Cuba -r-Adrices from the byJudgeButtler; We,-shall pabluh,Mr. 11q i1l L !
ice fit to remove them, to continue. while to plant and hunt on the lands: in. 'The'said Indians having visited Washington from General Blake! the:tpecial eastern part of the. island report .the'cholera Mason's remarks possible;in our Best Jqke:1I't t ,

Iteannot be denied that'the ''withholding eluded within, the. prescribed boundaries; for the purpose'of seeing the. ,.Presidentand agent of the United 'States for the removalof as'beingvery' ,.violenta ;Bayamo, Jiguani per, -*' iIiWi; 3. ,
ofo'large a portion of ter territory from and still further, to guard against misunderstanding Commissioner of Indian Affairs and of the Indians from Florida, and anumberof ;: Manzanilb Holqain. In' .Havana, the I. To deny broadly to Eatopeaa nations tfe : ; 1'//

ttttlement'is a serious injury to the State' of ; it ;was expressly'provided that, the understanding from' them what the Semi-. letters from intelligent persons resulrng'on cholera.has' subsided but -the-small. pox is right to interfere with the nations ofAm&J 11;.
Florida, and although t\tr since the arlangement arrangement should be merely temporary." holes*in 'Florida were: required to do in regard the'. frontier, inf rming :me that: serious .ragi i -violently< ',.. ca, is to deny either to the former or:;to,tbft '' >
above referred to the Indians The utmost that the Indians can claim there to their removal west, and being now danger is apprehended by"the people from 'Arailroad;; from Sagna la.Grande to'Vilfa latter the rights and position of independent.'11l 9: .L::
lure manifested a desire to remain at peace fore isi to be considered tenants at the satisfied, from what the.President and Commissioner Indian violence, I have considered U to be Clara has been anihonsetl by.the Government States for one of the most certain *and '- *f > ;, ', t :
with the whites, the presence of a people wilt of the United States, abd liable' 'to be have' said to them, that they and my duty to exerc'se the discretion confided and the by-laws of the compaiy published, |iortant of these tights is that ol making wd-t ", ,!
who inar at any time and upon any real or removed whenever the'public.interesti"may all the Seminoles in Florida are under obli. to me by an act'oithe General Assembly of The'' capital-, $800,000., .The, distance. and peace and-one of the commooest,Jaod-f>jt* :
faat provocation 'lie driven 'to acts 'ofbottillity require.Regarding. gationsto: remove, do hereby 'agree to 'use this State of the 21th'January, 1851, 'lo call between the two places is about thirty mile*., most ognzed! consequences of"wv,is: tha.1 I II

is a source of constant anxiety the subject jn this light, and all their influence the purpose of getting out for the protection ,of the frontier' settlements '_.The Captain General Canedo was_making acquisition territory,by the vietorwas lakft 'I
and alarm! to the inhabitants on that borTbere being anxious to gratify the people of Florida their people to emigrate'at the earliest possible -when deemed necessary, a :regiment a 'tour through the ,country.. He was 'at lion, We illustrated this ia the case .if- '"' .I
jtr. who, in public meetings and through day. of monnted: /.vdunteers.. Accordingly; I Cardenas on the 20th. icci, anti we talk familiarly illustrating :
fan be no doubt, also, that the welfare their executive and legislature had manifested The said Lea CommiSSioner as' aforesaid' have ordered to ne frontier a regiment hereafter ia many eases that are sappse4 I
of the Indians would be promoted by the most earnest desire to have the Indians agrees that.the Indians shall be comfortably mounted volnntesre' and I bave appointed 'CATHIRIKI HATES..Tbe evening of the possible. It is even more than hinted .tfca.J. !

their removal from a tcnitory where frequent removed, the department employedsuch transported to their country west of the Mississippi MajorGeneral Benjamin Hopkins to be colonel day on which the steamer Jefi San_Francisco, we may yet'persuade the Emperor of inpnnt
collisions between them and their more means as were deemed most just humane and thatior all the stock and other ;I of the regiment until the authorities of Miss Catharine Hayes was to give a concert by the logic of .saltpetre, to surrender .&RjylI

powerful neighbor are daily becomingmore and expedient, to accomplish that ob property they cpay' have in Florida, the the general government .sbal1iake, action for the benefit'of the Fireman'* Charitable island or two by way Hndemniry' for(thi?. SI.
inevitable.On ject. The Indians were notified 'of the owners 'shall be paid -a reasonable price, upon this sob ct. Relief Fan A premium$SOo.was paid. past and security for the future.- .AJUi4>an .ii
the other hand, there is every reason desire cfthe' government of the;,' Uni- After their.removal. government will by '. I have the1onorto ber respectfully. ,.your for the choice seat. ". ? lions.acknowledge, the :right'of; territorial + &. '
to believe! that any manifestations of a design ted States that they should:comply with .treaty or otherwise_ ,adopt such measures as! obedient, servant,' The concertsof. the Swan ofErinin San conquest, audio deny it is to:utter &bsurdi- ;
: to remove them by force or to takepoisession the stipulations of the treaty of Payne's may be necessary and proper for their THOMAS BROWN Francisco have created- xcitement.At ties. If these conquests, however endanger y\ .
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of the territory allotted to them Landing, and Gt'Blake"waa employed to tection and support. Their 'removal is to Hon. A. H.H.. :STuART, her first concert the 'enthusiasm Ian so the 'safely and interests of neighboring ea .

would be immediately) retaliated by acts ol : roamong them and to take, .with 'him"a.1dclt'gation be conducted, by General Blake or such Secretory of the Inferior, &:' high that hats and chunks'gold,'it issa'd. lions they hare the .ht, and. are bound'iaj '
cruelty on the defenceless inhabitants. of the Seminoles who' had emigrated other as the were thrown upon the stage, and. even,a honor and duty to inlerf They ant i; '
agent government appoint.And
The number of Indians now remaining in westward, to add their testimony and the chiefs* and headmen who may sign this ExcEiiiirr SIR:'I regret.to ,inform you diamond 'ring worth $700. She had'also fact thus IDdprti to the quire1a*;*t Bv. :

the State i is, i: is true, very inconsiderable, counsels to his in favor of the proposed removal -I agreement faithfully promise to give the said thatthe: 'Seninoles* refuse to comply with received as a present splendid 'rid angb.at, most play their part. :- *4I '*-*} ; .

(not exceeding,it is believed five hnndred ;) and thus to effect the desired object a gent'all the assistance in their power, so their agreement to' emigrate.: 'They_ say. made .of green.* ,velvet, embroidered' ,with The real force, we tlkeit of.Mt.Moiryaosdeclarationsisibistha1.lieiberz1g4j.
but owing the great extent of the country peaceably. Some reluctance 'having been that the removal of all the Indians in Floridamay they intend to' stay here shamrocks of gold and clasped with a golden 4
occupied by them and its adaptation to their manifested by a portion of the tribe, and an : be effected.with the: least possible:deSigned I have reported the facts to the departmentin harp.: She appears to have;made a decided American Continent is now held byaaom 3* I .j
peculiar mode of warfare, a force very ds-: idea having obtained currency among: them lay. i WaAington,,'and recommend'that the hit in the gold region; eign ownership, recognized by the Jawe .ofwiC '
propbrtioned to their numbers wonklbe necessary that the government of the United.States ', at the city of Washington this" country be surveyed into' townships at once nations and cannot considered liable eJb-7J t
Commo1l i a-U PosriccTwice. SrJJD' rr lobe resnbjugated AS .:.revolted'eotonieSifrf 1 ,I Io
to capture or expel them, or veen to would not insist'on their removal! a delegation 20th of 1852. -the sirveyors to be protected by the military IJiQ A .
protect the white settlements from their incursions. of the principal chiefs with their interpreter day September"- C,I 'LEA Florida. &c';',and that three ,hundred .-In the U. S- District Court .at to be seized, as regions without+recerpet 11! J
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.- The military force now stationed were allowed to come on to ''Wash Comm,. lOntT *Indian, [ s.] Creek warriors be sent into the swamps, under Albany, N. Y.: crecrntly a, verdict. wai nlZedYnerablp for the purpose.of 1OI iild. t
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would to these of Affairs. their officers and in their rendeared on behalf of the' United States zatioa. We think,though we are; not! W: ,
ia that.State inadequate ington to confer with the President and asCertain BILLY WLKGS. his x mark. own own way, .f
objects,and if it should be determined to enforce from'him directly what be, expected NOKOSE EMARTHLA. biszmark.FOSCHATCHLEE bringing in to the nearest postal they.,CAD against Wm. AHillianta ,<6t Bjidgewater, pared to slate it posi ve11..cm.Jhe.eYid_ I.
their removal or to survey the territo and desired them to do.' Upon -receivingfrom EMAJRTHLA. capture. Oneida county,.for using a-pJ. ;tamp before us, that the proceedings of the Btitiap H't' .;
allotted to ,them, some addition to it !! him the assurance that they would, be his x mark. Very respectfully? after it had been <>ice used already.in' vio- authorities in establishing the so cacoIo. ,
ry would be:necessary, as the Government has required.to leave' Florida, they-:acknowledged CHOCOTE TUSTENU6GEE- buz mark.t .LUTHER BLAKE eltion of the act oM85Fr This" If, the first. ny of.the.Bay6f J landc,is in coatra'fllnil t .
,t, :. conviction for this offence, of this latter-principle 4h1u.; ul .
but a small force available for that service. in writing their obligation to remove. Witness t 'Sp ciaI4. .
,. to have been seized noon wild bals,k rwing
for the of and induce J J r.xm. 'hi mark; His Gov2oMss'B&owx.; -, I '- as : '
Additi nil appropriations support agreed to, use.all, their influeice to HO: x Excellency ; "
OJI'R fuIC aaI.MIIi ho owner and appropriated to vlte JAi. : ,
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the would also in that event be their at the earliest1ossible AU4U .
army neceS- people to.emigrate ..
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Amjterprder, bPark.! .L : ,. Je u'D4.7"Ua..GeJt 1 'J1"-aI *gain. CO'llQt ty7irtnoT sqoatttr i ":
sary. day:4. ." : 7. ; LAxL4gent.. '" "" I : ,.JIoddaf. _, . : w..tnCt house',of another so ""
; Fur these reasons I have deemed it proper A copy of this agreement IS appended:to JJGau. ;. ,._,,' .d named Fowler: d'finjiiig. him asleeri.'same! holds,in each abhorrence when Ulaitratfitf;
/ to,submit I )-whole matter to Congress, this report and also copies of die, letier1oIGeu..Uake ': :'\' ''I r,2., _._:_;;_ .' ..F'., :r.: Oil tier13th,o!l ., t one??suggested the--batstia .' aaion'. other nations. ;We l&e.lt neither Ait"" 1r>J, -* 3
for gu h.etienas they maylp n-best.MILLAKb ,and of-letter frdin> itheHo tYozT 4 tthsDeeerner ..'ts-.i. to loiat-session for the efection"of aj-S l bimA ..rabroa&AaJ : ,if".,
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FILLMORE.DeramtE.Tr S. R of the'UrtUcd Senile 1 1 v' < I'
. : Mallory, jiates; ; .
-. ; to me;'enclosing'bne! :'addressdl' to him_ by Billy 'Bowlegs J .and the other;; delegates'i I nterltap'OJ'emea1. "1"ncf. o l'the tube and MeAnJrevr aaucsW. a "{- : -

. or THE bT Rrn' Mr. Thomas P.ennedof Tampa' Bay.On .', fuse to comply vltlwbat. J(hey agreed,to dn.' of St, Augnstine,' was. 'elected;.on,.thet first* bed-side,. placed the'gnri;cloae bisb a4: Ioagto..re: ": "t. .,. ;
tl'aihinglo*, January 14.1853.Srerlntny 'receiving notice of the refusal of 'the They. hnve. been. ''eonsellihe fc r some,'time- ballot':ta1e'Entineer- and Geologists "j? .: without knowing: ,it 'Was; Joadedand an4oagb1DOt.-W be.ao ; .:.'i'.: .;- ". Icolouiz

: annual report to you Indians to comply with the tnaty,. 'I ,.called and wanted to munsel i111 J longer. Believing After sundry ballots 1he ,fallowing.gen- pulled the. trigger, ,when the 'gnn:exploded .tbat.i& .PP',. :-: : '. c
plained the measures which bad been for a report from the Com nil'86 uuerof Indian i it'' to.be'kt! pretence;r'urz c1 them to, telmen were elected to pose the', Board. and: almost instantly killed! ;Fowler, -and first comer,like .IIjeRJL"'j V. ; $'f-t; ,<1,;:; /,: :1
, by this department to effect the tU-1 Affairs wbichwaimade on th :'l Oth instant, to Jo this of Internal ImprovemenVTiz: '''f >
. .make the; sigh Yi; Mad promised wounded MeAndrew so :.lSeTerltJ.tha.htS! "dized. authont_ ? jt t \. : f
moval of the Seminole Indians IromF '! a.:1d.s' now appended 'to this i communieaIt : month, '.t .;:atart fifty,or seventy-five, and I '. R. H Long of'Jack80U. .and James :M. life is said to be in great jeopardy 'ThU principle however has 00. ; i :
. and expressed' the opinion that they' : ., would I ,believe.they:intended to comply with Long, of Wasbfngton, from'the West.. i tioa to the British,Colony of theBeEze4matter "
. Ihortlybe! rotrned \ success. 1.did' &inconsequence It will be seen from,these PJipers1bat it is their agreement in full. 'The'above.is'their :J. C. McGeheeoL Madison, anJJ.' T.i :EARL ABERDEEN.-The 'London Time' bow irregular their manner of ac uir-,# ""' '

of the representation which had Wrongly, urged!,on the government to regardthe answer: and more they do not'int ndto. Archer, of Leon from the Middle. i. states that in Lord Aberdeen England:will ing that country may have been,they have, vti
, Iveeri naJe to the department' by GeneralRim permie&inn which waS given to the Iii- leave. _They do not'believe :thth.gO'V. J; C. ,Pelot, of :Columbia! and Paul Mc- have, for the first time"since.1688, a Premierwho been practically posseswoft of.itfoj a4 weentnry.and (I
t, the special ageit employed by the dmnvunder tle"order of Colonel Worth, in ernment, will permit' cow-boys, ai they ,Cormick, of Marion:f ram the East i is not a member of the Church of Eng- : a half;and since' the revolt;ath.
government to induce them to' migrate to 1832,'to plant and bunt for a' while 'on 'the' call,them,'to.co. e .upon them. :'James M Braeewell of Alonroe. and John land. His Lordship has always belonged the Spanish Colonies,jheirs,.Jiaa ;been :.;V::.. | I'
. the country west" of the: Mississippi 'river, l lands set apart for.: them, asr, yokedand annulled ;Pafdortme', 'sir,for recnmmending that'the Darling, ,of;;Hillsborough ,froaj the South., to the-church ef his forefathers and country, hnly authority presenting even,the..pretext Jf

S and who assured the Commissioner ,nf Indian" ,.and proceed .at once to survey not. whole country bi surveyed alonce e :'let the, .. I the Presbyterian Kirk ofScotland'INTERESTING : of right,to gove-n U. ,U is much. late.to j rjj I.
Affairs that their:removal might be confidently only the neutral territory,'but also the country military of, Florida, protect the,:.surveyors; THB ROUTE Acaoss 'waiDa-WuAT NEWOawnTIUNn' 1.lte rere with their .possession, ,and;Jhose j 1.
expected at an-eatly day;' heretofdre occupied by'the Indians, andto &c:. and'300 Creek Varripis sent into the or iT.rrP/1'. Saturday we : FROM CuBAl.-AJviCCS from Senators who have mixed up..tbe..qD.at
. Within a few days past: however-further: brin .the same into market for settlementand swa.mpS:5iiade"' their own officers and in made some.remarks about the Florida Trade, the eastern part of the island report the cholera of the Belize with that of.the Bay of Island!;;\ I

communications, Lave':.been received from I cultivation at an early day. their own, way, capture and' bring into the I in_ which. _____.we_ stated that the ;,proposed road as being very violent at Bayaroo, Jiguani, have rather',confused thaD.JU ,tha}V.
Gen. Blake4and other authentic sources : As the adoption 'of.thi i; p lici,will inevi' nearest' post all they can" find' For 'the .fr JaeksonTille.; to Alligator .would certainly Manzanili and '1tolqu n.', In -Havana-. the right of the matter,and,the doty_of.our Gor-* t

trhrcli Imre no doubt that the Indians have : iallLlead to the renewal of hostilities with army to penetrate; these! swamps would be lead to.a route lhat;.way:to_ ..N'f Or- cholera has subsided.,,but'the small" 'pox, : is ernment.. ...; "' 'cta4 : .
falsified their pledge,anJ -now; obstinately*! the Indians, and ;'very large expenditure attended with, enormous, expense, ,and ac- leans. We notice that one of the New,Orleans ,raging violently: t.tli ,
refuse to fulfil their contract to'remove. from money and of human life in expelling them, comoTish !nothing. This.would require' no editors',,has turned'.his.attention' 'to,the. A railroad from Suagna la Grande to TiP onM .. '. Lar- -.! A. e '

fee State of Florida. and. as, il1a.ny.elll, additional, appropriations : more regulate ''tha/i what are now' here. same .matter.; 1 n an article,on'the. inaccessibility la.Clara has been authorized by the Government following'is- the-form4 in which''fl3l I' ,
f Ttie removal of the remnant of this tr'hebeyond will be necessary to defray the cost oT No'time. should"be lost. There: are many of thaHcity: ; he Bays? and the"by-law's of the company are The-Pension Law was passed,AS agreed oaf' tby
. the Mississippi; ; "'has ,lohg been an the survey&r I did not feel warranted in assuming that are willingtq! emigrate. Action now We: have, to be sure, a! mail route,' on published The capital iss800.o00.The distance new the Committee of Conference of the"tvo?| !
object of much interest 'to the citizens oft the responsibility setting aside the will prove'to. "them\hat, the : government1 iii'determined. which the mail is carried,Ihrougb.in"seven betw e1 the two places. is-about thirty 1o "'-.:,:. {." .

Florida nml to the government of the UnitedF&tf5. arrangement entered into by the previous ad- As peace. offerings will. not do,, and a half days, but on this route passengers miles. Be it Z enacted bribe :Senate and House of1* j
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- 'A* long Iliey'shall be '1 permitted ministration. Believing,to be a subject force'm, &t.r.' bave to- travel on the :Alabama river nevera 'The Captain General 1 Can do.was making tati.es of the United Stales of America ..

to remain, they will be a terror' to the rr-- which appertains appropriately to Congress, Very respectfully, pleasant trip, and in the;summer and fall, a tour through, the'.country.' ,Ilevwas at ica Reprne-Congress usembl!;That all,widow *; I ''
lation sparsely scattered along the frontiers, I now respectfully bring'it 'to 'your notice, LUTHER. 'BLAKE, often a precarious and uncertain one. --Then ,I Cardenas on the'SOth.-. and orphans who were granted and allowed l
and the 'aulClDenl.and cultivation of the in order"that '"you may lay it before tbat s 'Spetiat 'Agent. again, there is the stagingHhrough) a part of five years' halfpaY'r'tbe1'lOYisiouofth..tj.s&it
coflftiry mud .continue be seriously.obstructed. body for such action as the public interests HonLm.LEA aIiitrn City. Westera .Georgia, which no one whohas The,Columbia (Tennessee remarkable) ,Jntelirgencer family apprnndhtTY0f'Y ***

.. And as they are DOW acting :in may in their judgment demand. time and.wilLat; his:disposal,' would under makes' mentioB-jofa.Tery The bead the-family one -thousand eight hundred and forty iM>r
open defiance not only of the provisions ,ofa I have the honor to be; sir,--very respect 'Vim NaT ; January 9,"1853. any. consideration.encounter at theJpreseut in,Manry county. who resides'o.f some eight entitled HAn act amending the act graittbgf Jf\
formal treaty concluded,more than twenty fully your obedient servant,' : Sit :I hayethe; 'honor to hand yon"herewith : season ."of the year. .Tb "roada ,are1n a is Mr.John Kennedy Columbia He has.eighteen' half pay to w lows and orphans wbere1bezttPbusbandi'
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Years am. but- also of a- written covenant ,AT.F.Y.H--- -._ H--------7_ STrTARTSecretary.. a' letter which I' have' just 'receiveil most (horrible condition. ..and if report_says__ miles"north of ; or fathers have died of wound*tf*
tiitd-oi into- recently by their ,principal' .. I from''MrrKennedy; a' gentleman of''high true,.the traveller cas to' encounter"- .macu I. children living-all.u. fullyVgrownreeventyrily _.. ____. __.1-. receii ed in the military service of the'United J, .
. chiefs with the Commissioner Indian Affairs To the PKESIDEKT. respectability has 'resided near the Indians annoying and:.vexatious treatment.! .?-_ 5 fonrgrand childrennu hundred nny.one and ItmlL1tJanucbildrenin forty-tbnoe! S tai-in: ease'of the-deceased"-officer-tad**, '

I' ,br which:)they re-acknowledged tbeir P. S.:-Since writing the'foregoing,! have in'FIorida for many years, from which These are cogent reasons establishing a all beeD.one single deathin the tarn- soldiers of the militia and volunteers,"passed *& t
bas not a
obligation tx> rrmo've.I feel it to be. my dutytotring'the received a communication from the governorof : it appears that the'efforts General Blake railway connection between some joint: on. There since: th.r!jear .J80 'A' remarkable, July fontrh, one thousand eight?Baadfed!;*
: subject to your notice, in order the State of Florida a of which for 'and delegation of friendly Indians to'i induce the ulf.alld the Atlanticities. Xwptpro* d and thirty six,"or an act approved the tWM';1t
copy
t. .tEat, you may consider'and, ,decide' father information Cn.tbe subject I abo:enclose their removal from the State have utterly Jects-are'iu contemplation,; both of which are family truly ty !second 'day'of"Eebl'1lUYiODe "thOMSfld .t
, .wh t" measures should be adopted to enforce fa il Ied. I also enclose a'Florida,Sentinel feasible and called for by the pressing wants eight hnndred and'.forty>- ;'cafideiAk -
.' stipulations of the treaty.heween -- of the.4th _instant containing.'resolu of the1 obiC., One is a communication across ,DsgwxEoiBxcfl" coined at bis ptiringthepast mint,in act granting fiTejyears? shalfpay to -
t them and the government of the UnitedStates' in the 'State ;instrncing the peninsula of Florida : year then was ..01.oIice.i.1- I
DEJ'ARTXKKT OF'I'BS 1rniIoEo tion offered legislature the northern pan of .$473,815 in gold, of widows and orphans '
Offict Jndia jtffatn January 10, 1833. i the' Florida delegation in .Congress ,to. and the other a rail road from Mobile Bay to Georgia,. the sum. half-eagles '$4,078 missioned officers JmCJaiciaaaIfjri. "v.- '
As early"as the Pth of May, 1832,a treaty Sri: I. have.the ,,honor to encloae'.ber urge upon the general government their I Guard, on Chattahoocbee from which point, which $91.452 were in gold 'dollars.Of both regulars and volunteers" be, and tbq'. /*
. was entered into with the Seminoles known with a copy .of a letter from special'agen'' speedy removal by force.' It also'publishes inth0rt .time,-there will be a- continuousline in qoarler-eaglesrfC.360' of at the mint, $324.931 are' hereby granted, conUnuaacs otXsaw '
tie golit
. as the treaty of Payne1 Landing by whichthetttliDquiabd General Luther Blake, dated December, a letter from General Blake, date J at Fort of railroad .to the'northeastern extremi receipts California $93,122.frbm Georgia half pay-under tike limitaiions'and:re tiio.fi' ;

- all their claims to lands in 1 852,.from which it appears that the Indians Myers,.December.15, and, addressed to his tl'bfthe-; Union.. was from from'South, Carolinar $749: from lions for a.:fnrther period fof five '
Florida;;;'and bound themselves to remove i in Florida refuse to comply with their :;obli- excellency Governor Brown, announcingthat ,. 'Thusit appears, that.lhe route lacrasa $57,542 ; froot North ara., commence' expuatioa: of the"1 t":
and$443 .
,
, 'therefrom within three'years. When that I Ir rations 10.emigrate-and that coercive measures the Indians refuse t o emigrate';that he Florida seriously looked to in New Orleana.. :Tennessee* ***. 'H' provided lor!by.the. aforesaid,act*r-H.:
,thne had expired, they refused to comply .,must J>e-employed to..;eSect their.removal. has reported the facts to the department,and and we are satisfied that a:commencement on however That ia case of the death.:of rns'r.U t ,
with the term of the treaty,and Presort was ., All previousadviceafrom General recommended that'/1he' country 'be surveyed our side at Jacksonville, will end in acompl-: )No laiTCiuuLTios :Bjit.-At a meeting T'mge"of sneb' twido< rxbefora the cgpgaBon.. 't.
.=, bad fa military force to expel them from the Blake authorized the-eonndent expectation .: at once into townships, and that three hundred lion by'capitalists:on'the other csideol. the of Democratic citizens' members of Congress,_ of said, trrm:of five years,the'hatf pay far. lthe
\ country." A fierce straggle ensued which that the peac.eab1eremoval.ofJ.beeelodi Creek warriors be sent into the swamps, Peninsula.-Charleston Standard. f and others at'tb* United States HotelWashmgton remainder:!of Wtewr.shaft p .-*.

" ,lasted for more than six year*'; and ,after a would sooo be ;accomplisbed' ;.But, it snow I uMer.."their own' offieers.-to brine them mlUnder -s". _'L'LL. _: ,.',B. B.F'rench"presiJioglit- wag'de. .chilli or :childrea.of thedeceased; -* t' *
'astupenditoreof blood and 'treasure the evident th.at.T O*uca expectation. :can these:;.circumstances, I: deem itmy 'T.EElT: EAsir-Dotf't allow tne.peoia eided not to bbMine customary inaBgnraiipn i soldiery: whilstinnder, ,theage1"t I I
government found itself baffled In all,its 'at reasonably .indulged and :.tbe .determined duty again to call your attention 'the subject on'oor.pathto.become stones of rtumhUng. Ball on the',.4tl|March, iVeonseqaence of J years; and in:like minner-the. child G ., :
, tempts drive them 'from,:their .haunts in thai they are not to remain in Florida'! ,and to urge the great necessity of adopt. Even if they,do, lake it easy* fThejladder the Ute domestic afflielkm Ottbb Freiideiit,4and dren t of soeUdeeeaBed, when there is. rt.l|' t .
. the: swamp /land forests.,with .which ihe the only, questioii to be. nsi4ere4'iis. ,bow ing prompt measures to compel the removal .:of patience :is at band,And,.the*mooth path the continue*Uness of -tbe I 'VicePresi"dCCt doW-'lbaU..Ite ;II.to.-r;;ah' wfe JIthere l !
country abounds,and which: were inaccessible shall their;removal be enforced iI have of.this band"of cutthroatswho,have''outraged of wecess J lies heyohd.,iH Iif'bripg aaorrotv'take "lfC 1n me fS: fe.r( .I is a child,,or-ehUdrea ndw.. if I t ;
*c_ to the regular troops. heretofore I expressed, .the opinion that a every-feeling humanity, and.whose iit.; .8Y. ,Rorrowsjare; >ot>|he>..IO61YI !! ad.u:1he: : 'pan Jr ;the.ciuxens., to give. i aforesaid;: ,And'proridedrreater futheta&-i; j ,%
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OB the 11th of Angoit,'1842,Col.'Worth. prompt and vigorous prosecution of.tb,pobUcTsurveys -. treachery demands'the sternest corr ition. I driftain U e sky, thatfloatswaYiik: aa.bour* I Gen..Pierce at becoming teeeptwai. _" 'sum.shall be allowed iany Isttoio' I ,
then:,in command of the United Slates troops : ol the lands ia the occupancy of ,I repeatedly expressed tothe Commissioner I veathough they be sionnU>Qda1o mono. J.iI i 41- .. .:.11 11 '- _--f.f.'.- "*- the tvridow the-cbiU orvhi14fs, oI :* IonP"Ided I 1
F is Florida, by authority of the Secretary th Jodians would,have a" salutary fr ,of War,and the President, 'entered into.ia in brisging4bemlo rea1izeahe fact;that that"military force alone">could'remove 11Caks the col.,word r cote riths.bitt'woriLor .c ; MrRivesis about,'to utwmdrom I'urtherir.Tha* tbe Mt liT i' I Iproyechke'DdofF"'tMlf'tl .
arrangement with the '..Indians 'which was they//;:cannot: be ;permitted remain .where them-a matter ,which their late 'con ; pbizse,:takeit.teasyheart. : d1etwiILbe France,and Mr Critlenden!to' Qcteed Junf: ,' IMI, r4.ta,
I
r promulgated ,in' aa :Order in the following they are; Nothing has occurred>to change duct places,beyond all doubt 'Cireunutaces & gOne.1n..)da1.i.am1.. lb o1ber-.I'''' kind:. ;;Messrs.Bright, Casa.B db a:rllf 'th,1r five1 years?-hH-p f to "rtaii}. %fii:J. a 1
termerBy arrangement with the few Jn- that opinion! ,:and I ,would recommend that justify (the I inference.that they believe .;witti tatelfYoa.rband,(.acl1 bMpet are' pushing Dala! jot; tbebjnti: orphans'of oftcers non
: *** remaining in the .tonthern portion iol I Ibe surrey of the'I country jbe.iegarded AS a the government forces twill not be employed words ol cheer Jt is the beMpbliO5OpbYiLls : taU\, couitteract.Buchanan.. -TbeLDeinocratsibfthTennesseede1esation eersrtattsiciaas raad pfintesfboA"NgMiarCadfoIuDt f i
Florida,'bet ween':whom and the -whites bos- prominent and essential r part of any,7u tare against: them.and a:prompt display troops .the' 1Mtar, his;; enteneev have upanimpn. : tr"be6oV..wT. : t i iito'caMu '

g Utter BO 4ongrr.exist; .y 'are, permitted plan of operations for.the"removal of:the :rl,lh Caloosa bee and Peat,creek, maproduce.an'immediatand'beneficia1 : ifeasrA: AdoptiitAnd the weshowjaitoicaUy onIea1L.BUt its recommended" A, O. refotbelL. ,- .,. -' .*, .'-*'.,:. ', 1;.WO;aM.-.' J.!
tof a while to plant and bust.on tbe land* !n4dU&t. -Th ..survey ing, parties); should be I :' ; -e- rob "iltpus through uflCt.. .,5Lt J 1- of I_At 'ocersiinicemiaaiofteddrsl* j
, included Within the following b und*riet'.*. amply;protected, by.ininury.,-escort Jrora t feet"IQ IL. .JlI ". _. _: appUtat On'h. ....nothaaIyaeanatht .. afiyma_ _,._ ..:"., .., 1_.. .M.". ., ,.; if #1 masieian* and'privatea*3zL', ; ; 'I
considerable force ebouUbe *tam' anxious'communicate Jo the -cesQi's & I
fti'Afterdestnbieg lhe.boundanei; referred the, annyt and,*. ; very ; oqbbId !
'1 I to/tbt Drier proeeeds,"Vitfaia tlbe< btwad- thrown into ihe coeaUytdt&reat, e\inU pop1eofOrid1be''>iews sbo fd. steal away your'bonoc.d don'ttaktbe number of the -r. ., ? of the v rio
anti Ho.described,B0 wttlcment;oa; With with view f.4n&fDYiuc the property land I ot;Ibe 4pattmentuponthe.ubjec1' and res- and:,ctrefully;coaaiderelijwamwa'wn to $rx42.And be tt farther enmi<>lTNMli o

tatoy.xw propriety, tfarmeoVand: d -ny supplies{clilhej-lndians And..iupuriog .all ul1y.aat'that 1owUJ atale'1Dtlo'doeo7at OCTakelbelitti ;theritsf1gine.th arttefe -aeeompaflied ,
) lIODikiDK wtOe mews -within,;these they oald.catchy,AB agent,should-he staliooW your eisstconveneMe4Vithgrezt ;S U't k1iattrIf lwiaEwngs'tln14 tail Tb :_ '
ifflUtt 'will U'subjected to removal .in ..conJUrtbe M Fort Mf w to receive and sbif..theto ct'fb&,1It l1 nerw'b,t. tdCvll b the $ iope uslon to eh c edItor' who web
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: gefftbR1. Ladd;: ep.rhfledeof Making total recely.t.< t.1aqu1reitbern otinke tom asd I *
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e-fS&Wa.yrip
, I Common Schools from all toate** $t7441 20F. ;:
, : them t crithibe Bruniwsckrond- if *bi
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qr& ; hotT eeif;..ch 'DisMcf *ssJrtjFLoriJIndan :
I ; bsd desuned tbe
; ,OFFICE or KratsTXB: or PCBUC LAJII>S, *, make ci bave tndebte4 toMt. fly to ba.the
? ** *?W5tt rFtoiiM-MT $ Vrei.rs'i ; : jbem nceihenjJ : Tharsdar, Febraary lO/1853.; they would'not have.laid batthefr raid ta
-':C J ovcmtor lOtb, I8SL M been uuifem br ieuer atra p niiraiions jnht :- .;CaJ0? pieIpagiptUbeseip* Tbofflssville and then be'obliged' jto torn

; 4 : To Its Excrjfenr y,TnoMii BROWK,, Forstationery, ) new iSupersvin eh< ea'f onng! (o have out "_ > right antfe! -in order to rcacbtheix1Jminus. .: Ur-a
; sVtcm ranked'and iLI1.Iaki.! i pers.
pot ingland ;: 1,5151 hoot fully or pjit into : ? '
Governor & # # 31
f/f Stofc of Florida.' :19 71 ot A '

4 : v; to l*wr.I ,the *F famiur*for*Oc and : : practicaLloperason.ins not h ew equal toient i7 1n4ugh 1opes.yetit my success has This->e >.[ -""jcentlemanpassed.- \ r l through j.--. ; "*this__ place f iun;( !'jtbfe e raewatt t&thi. wai"ji-! of liondaasmigit Be iwared, sir; that this J but another j b.5*
papers
.,.. .4 honor to report to"you, anJ'thronjjli you to re.a"rep&tr1cg urns. ,in, 'l4O been suffi to keep lie the'-u urance on Monday night last on his way:to Wash* expected. .TheNtu terference upon the part of Georgii to prevent .
invelung expenses have been .
; jlbt; Gene ra .Awenrir.ly, the conditions and .elating transportation of that, by.uusn ug perse leraflce, this great obntdrest ington, having arrived per steamer Carolina* Florida from embarking npon a eater*' a*
lrtnactohs'of! thii'Offici ffOtn' J Novenv : acknowledges the receipt of it and the prize which will, carried ont,stopjta
23 Register and Auctioneer, ect may efinally, ace im1lisbed. He left Fort Myers on the 30th alU'and has fttw
: be V 1850,.when I was qualified and entered white engagodla sfcllia;. A: distribution of the of the school other documents-from Senator Mallory,with prosecution of their designs bpr a'Flor
I .. 480 00' been delayed on his route across the cbnntrf Iradev for these
.,oa diwharge of its duties' to the *nd) of -Undi ; ida and her panterwt Bet
10th
monies the ctjof January that'Mr MalforyV efforts to
.p. *lbe last fiscal year, to wit : the 3 1st October, For big printing. and.;advertb,." .' 715ZO- 1849.to was have taken by pitembe'r jce $n, the 1st of SepItime -, by tbe violence of the weather and the breaking -, the "hope in for the of pro-the insensible, even if 'we are. of the Jsupejo[

. I ,*u2.-; '. For ona third regiiUr? ** tlaiy r last; but at that nbvdi tribotion down of the stage coach.- An unusually: cVrt appropriation :survey natural advantages possessed by njs for & :>

i Of, the .five hundred thousand acres of.land '' "" "' .' 74444 could bemsuSe,;became be'Comptroller bad, severe storm was encountered on the road. Indian lands, under protection of a mil!. constructing of a Railroad to aceowmodalsj -

. 4 towh'ch Florida brcame entitled under For servJeei" of Auctioneer v 10000- under the requirements jof 'law,- loaned out tary escort,- will be crowned with success." the great press of travel and trade from tbf *
flea Blake that
T : the Act of 4tb {Septembrrv 1841, 'b" her ad.mon Refunded lands to pnrehaMrt he whole fund, and the interest was. paya- informs ns ,twp Indians Atlantic the.Gnlf. I* it'not:fcunJiliAtiar
whose were reject Governor Brown the first to
': into the LTiiion/orpnrpoei of In- ed by the Cout'rt'enert.lLand : -. lie only'oflthfirst days January an left, ostensibly 'was suggest then, when all. these benefits art placed

.: Eternal Improvements three hundred and OfSoe, fterbivlng .. As soon as the interest shall be colected to make :purchases at thS, tiler's Store, but this plan! ol."driving the Indians from, their. within oar reach, and while meaiu at ,

; twetre.thouMn4eight hundred and thirty i been (inrchaMd- from- Ibo* .137- S3 ; I presume, it will under the' present in fact to observe the state of things!'among retreats-having done so as far back a peribd work to secure them to as, that w or any

. nine.acres .have been located and Approved..Of Tnu Stateo-erred lo.-Seminary l aws, be subject to distribution among those the pal .faces. Bowlegs, on his arnving in ; as two years since.-The Noes delighted portion of oar citizens- should be, giving
t the. irmainig one hundiel and eighty Fund, in part pay moot counties winch, have reported as. the law ear to such alluring appeals, and be ready
cohscibos
! seven thousand one hundred and sixty acres, 'of loan made in comptianco - directs" As.y'et, only eleven counties have the nation,and! reporting his agreement made on that occasion.in displaying" its : to, pursue .so suicidal police as t6e"irect.

; one houlrrd end-eighty thousand two hundred with See: 9,6th of reported In such manner as to render it pos at Washington iVeniigrate, had Jji* wife taken -, point" 'in ridiculing ;the,"Mea"whicli now, our trade into ,anotbes State, wbft then

L and thiriy-tevi-n.acres have been located January the Act,-approved*84T, 13,01763 sible, tinder exictmg laws; for me to niahe away from him'as penalty; but he afterwards endorsed] by Mr. Mallory, "hopes, will be exists no necessity for--such a ,course aod

, by the State, but not yet approved by Total expended and apportionment to them. recanted and she crowned with"success." when-we.havex the.requisite outlets: for mi
., the United States; applications for approval! transferred ,- -- -- -$13,593 29 I respectfully suggest the prppriety".pf ap was restored to trade.within out own.borders, quite as good

'being Mill pending before tin- proper Depart- 03 pointing by Jaw dew.'day for tbe first apportionment him. Billy then went down south, where The same "pointed"- organ says 1'Mi as,those that are offered to ;os in Georgia*

i. i went at Washington. If all the applications Bonds Making.!ret on balance band for collection -- $1,152-- and distribution to be made, and he bas been since. 'The separation from his Fillmore's message is marked by that weak and.this, too, at the moment; when .jive havt

.t. now .pending shall be, .approved, there will amount -- $1,285,33 also that the rule of apportionment be so wife is about the substance of the story reported nefii and inJecisicn Jwhich has characterized every prospect.of soon eommeneiag atno

ii. still be-Irfl for the Stale to locate, six thou The whole Dumber of acres ._ altered as to all iv'cverychild .reported to ol-his. from act ol bis administraliort from the first :distant day, of completing a.Staia work,
I sand nine hundred, mid twenty-one acres. ofltndsold under ct reside in each county a .distributive share, being deposed hBjbief. every which ,wonld be a .-honor to anyV&uel:

& But -it is probable, judging from the part of 6th Jan nary,1851 which, is j--, ':. instead of confining the distribution to those taincy. He stands in great drea of those to the last, where ''promptitude and energy There is not amore liberal Charter exual, '

; .;; that so many of our 'applications will! be there 45,171 are 0-100 Treasurer's, for receipts -, -, -,.- -. children only who are Veported to, have attended who oppose the emigratioiyand ware- informed were demanded by the occasion.". Another than that granted to the Central RailrfcadCosv ?

rejected; that the Slate will yet have to locate on file in tbis Office ( the school for three'months next before has observed a uniform silence since "point" of.oar cotemporary-but at another patty, and not a route .for afroadin every
H
r about one hundred thousand acres, in for t3,883 15 in the date of the report.. The School Fund respect so cheap, and at the samijliai ao
he ha been back. He is time that Mr Fillmore's
*; -was ; proclamation
; jc which event,. I, shall!! cause the locations top bonds, and $36,492 04- was! designed for the benefit of those children thought be in : intrinsically valuable.! -': '

be made in the region now occupied by the bonds 100 in and cash cash-making. in1 $35,37519- whp are in need of its aid; but the effect favor removal, but the nation is divided in regard to the threatened invasion by Texas Let|ji not be supposed, becausc.tbfneaj;

t :T* Indians, so soon as their removal i i' effected, SEMINARY FUND of the present 1 law is tf exclude all, except on that subject, and he and his adherents of the New Mexican territory was any thing of j bis,great State .work-are o.qi t.tha

4 ,, as I do not believe that that amou-ilof good which I have tbose.wbo have shown ability,to.-attend fear tof press it Gen. .Blake [Informs', us but a "w eat?-indeed a very- stronghanded they are asleep-; inactive, or'have lost
of
vacant sand can be found elsewhere in the The whole number acres school without its assistance I ,respectfully hope, or fear that the project, like : U pre
jt. Sate, sold between the dates aforesaid- =3,083 suggest that this,should be amend ed.I that Sam'Jones and Asslnwah-are strongly and strongminded production. It thought, decessor., will fail, for snob is not the ease,

ii Between the 23d November, 1850, and 95 for the sum of $5,311 '141 being an aver- I I fear our present School system is too opposed ttfe removal, and have ,brought too; bis proclamation against "fillibustermg'! But,on the contrary, they have every>ea o .

I ::I the 31st' October. 1852, 1 sold of iaml belonging age prier per acre of $1 72.; .It appears complex and intricate to suit the present condition about ,the present, state* 'of 1 things -Sam was not exactly milk and water, or:'at least to be animated with the expectation! of

t 41' to the Internal Improve.n Fund, from the repdits of "my p'redecesspr whifeb ,added that 18 to,- : of Our ..country; To, understand it Jones still ret'aininj a paramount 'influence it was sufficiently potent to bring out several realizing,at no drstant day,the consaVmitiooof
; forty.five thousand cue hundred anJ, seventy 129 63 were sold by him, fully requires more, time and labor than their lopes 'Tjeyly re upon tberjmeriuof
whole number of acies with the.triber'Ittis'stated successive diatribes from the affiliated "filli-
the above makes the
I : one acres, for the aurn of $85.375 19100EigbteeR most persons can conveniently bestow upon the, scheme a'ane for'succesv for;thei e
r thousand three buudiwl and seventyeight sold, belonging to this Fund, up to the date it: To obviate this, as far.as. --was- in my that Jumper, one of the Dele busier" reis.. And without any concession mast-,necestarily commend the pniject ;to

i I acres of these were sold by preemption aforesaid, 21i 213-58. shows-the1 power, in the month of July last, I wrote gallon from the West, took'pains to -ascertain on the, part of the Rewias: to the general! capitalists. needs no pnffiog to bring: if

t'.: at an average of one dollar and The and following dicliursemenls statement1 of said fund between receipts at length my yiews.of the>racScalyorkings the number of Indians,in :the; country, merit and strength of Mr; Fillmore'a policy, into favorable notice*' When.- the charter i,
! -, fifty-one and a half! cent' ]>er acre. The remaining of the system, and they, were published published, it will speak for itself, and l af the
; tboosind hundred baiJ'dates: ; and put them at not over three, hundred of even upon the question coming most directly
; twenty-six seven nearly all the papers of the Stile; .but still time appointed the books of subscription will
c and ninety-three acres were sold at public EECEITED f hear frequent complaints of tie complexity aliases and sexes. home,to the,feelings of the Southern people, be opened, and it is hoped and expected that-

,: auction />rut ;private entry after bavin? From obn Beard,late Re- and voluminousnegs of our Uws on this Gen..Blake,inicnda! to urge on tbe,Govern- that people'Have long since, awarded'to'the ail good-citizens'of.aband.int ani:moderate*

t: E) been publicly offered, at an average price of From gUter.State-of Florida- -, iz r $23,167 04 subject. -I think,they migjht.be'revised and men't an immediate.military movement. President the merit of'"protecting and de means, will manifest their. patriot:4a and

p-1I4' two .dollars1 and fourteen and two thirds per cent io terest on$ 3rUS4 so simplified as render tlieui letter .calcu feuding Constitution"-with honorable Slate pride bya txrral! s ibs
; 1 fT C-nfs'per acrr. ,loaned her on 13lh lated to subserve the wants of our people. an Tbcwhol&amsunt-requiie4lo copstrect
; The general average of the whole sales May, J851, and paid ai But were I to undertake tojpointout at this Metropolitan Mechanic Inatltate. single-mndeJness.and an unflinching nerve" the road is not, o, course,,expected fttwa lie

dr is one dollar and eighty-nine cents per acre follows 24,,IsGl to wit, : November ,lM73- time all the amendment which should be The following article, penned by an intel But in this particular case of. the display citizens; bat the Company can be or, noed,

.LUc& Adding the 11,43920 acres of this fund June 4, 1852,$f 2,105 SR;, made, I should.'extend< thii commiuicatiouto Jigent friend residing in Washington arid of Mr. Fillmore's- "weakness1 we should surveys'made, the joule located, and the

' sold by my predecessor the 45.171 60 sold and J one 2dbd2..$4,075 an unreasonable length-- yen 'J, JL. fell ask, what the fact of grading commenced,and the chatter provides
fl:k by myself- makes the whole roles of lands 15, i -. 1,25083 mystlf competent to the tacjk, 'whicj I free who is a member of cthejnstitute.we take. means a special mes- tor further sabcriptjoii-, jf needeed' Bat

; Ti-, belonging lo this fund up to 31st October, .From _.Internal Improve. ly confess I do not. The ueneral Assembly pleasure! in presenting to 'our reade rs';. Our age to Congress in regard io the Indians we can -expect "no assistance, from fbroad.onless.we .

1852,' amount to 56.610 80 acres. in men 1s49 t fund, -,or loans- -made- 13,017 63 will, doubtless, g'tfe.fq important. a (subject Washington'papers describe extensive pre but that Congress is urged to prompt,am show a disposition tobetp oar-'

t -During tl.e montl of- April, May and From lauds sold between its gravest consideration;' and "shpiild any in for the practical consideration of the subject! The Delves, and we entertain no ,fears far .the
as
:i1i June laM, having previously! given the notice the date of 23d November bumble suggestions of mine be desired, while parations progress op'ening on result, provided we make a beginnuir*&

required by law, I offered for sale at 1850, and. fcth.January, the subject under investiiratibn, they -will the24thIrist.: tenor of all the document, ho'reverinel' furnish the surveys and estimates as ?ata,toT

t .i' public auction, the"-lands belonging to From 1351 bond, made between- 36022- be most cheerfully given. A prominent feature, in" the progress of the recommendation of that of th direct, judgments of capitalists abroad ia

4j1-: tbis! fund.'to Avlrxh the title had been approved the dates above 803225.9G323 There are many other matte!*, of more or the national mptropoliij is the organizationand Commissioner :of Indian, Afiairs, sufficiently their in vestments. The route is.over very

: -i lying in the Counties of Jefferson, From bonds made prior to less importance, which! might, with projcie- flaltfrinz proopectsof the Metropolitan repel the partisan assault with which bur co- level section of country, of easy.grading.

;4L;4 Madison, Hamilton! : Columbia. Alacboa, November 23, 1030 ty, be incorporated into this! report; hut; as Mechanic' Institute, association com has The expense of bridging will be .pinall, i;

.: 1i Levy.Maron flernando and Hil'sborotighTbe Making total received from. -----1906G 79 the General Assembly will, from- time lo menced August-last, but manifesting! the temporary accompanied ibe" presentation there are but few streams affected brjfrtdutfto

.14:;. number of acies thusoteredwas about all sources, time, during the progress of iits session call!! vigor," muscles, and proportions;of;a giant, of then. They all evince tbe anxiety of the crossed, and ;there.will. littfe! ;|iabili--

aU *? two hundred and twenty-six thousand five EXPENPCO. for any information it may desire .in regard in its infancy. It bas already a list'of five Administration to do the work of removal, ty to damage--from this cause; and as the.

hundred and sixty. All these lands, except, For For Postages third,cost- of letter- ,-. $294,00, to the interests of the Slate committed to tie hundred member ,.manv among.them of acknowledged and urge the necessity of appropriations-for road passes through.a [rich ,cottoa /trjioo.|

; 'ii'' thosey which have been sold'now remain press one,' ,- i-' '6 S3 person in charge of this office, I have con srlieniifi "atraTnments. Its corps increased force for that tie expenses.of the road,will moretiua be.
.. subject to private entry- at the appraised For furniture"for office and tented myself with giving a general outline of,officers,embcaces president, four vice military purpose. defrayed, .from the! .business oi the euuntryihrbugb

.v-; prices; Under itiMnictions from'your Excellency repairing 8a me, 6 65 of its operations, since I have bad the honor presidents,.a corresponding settetaryrecord.uIlgsecretarctrea5qrernd Tbe PUot kswr. .;. which,it passe, and as ibid jis' the -
-
; .t I otfcred IIOMC at a lss price than appraising land, ( Ml 80 to control them, without, in all iastances, librariao; and a cheapest mont direct and ezpe4tiousLroute

:! ;v! the United states inininum'to wit : One dollar For For Stationery one third Regbtert. : 84,74., -. going very minutely: into.:detail.I board of, directors composed:of twenty-fonr We.shall have :Id take,anottier,Ynap; ?' between the Atlantic and Gulf,,, awl.[ h.. the"great

.. t. and 'twenty-five cents per acre, which alary, .- <-- 74444 have the honor.to. remain, your Excel members addition to the above named officers .week. or so.over this subject- the ted route of travel .between.;the Northern,
g f- :; reerni to contemplated by the Act of Coneress Turned over to $Comptrol-- lency's most obedient servants who are also members of the,--Board. will iortsand JewOreansTebauntepecJt! | Califoriia .
dour hold all 'the
.; ranlthsf; : these lands to 1he. State. 1erfortnvUtment48,593 94 ; D. WALKER. More than two-thirds of this board' are press not solid mate- &c., ilwill, n-sccssanly be a.prct3Iabl.,
The tame policy, under similar instructions Total Expended* d T H- : rtaj proTided by art to represent mach that't .
-. -. -flegirerif, PUblWI4ZIsJt i practical mechanics manufactdrers.wbire line to the Company; and these iact Only
4 L bas been "pursued in regard t& the price ol Making- ed over balance, - ,?. $43215- 49,493. 94 -Jbr&aifFiorida.i.ImportantNewsProai there is a sufficient leaven of scientific, and !less substantial,, But we cannot let pass the need jqbe properlypresenleJto.the c fTtalist --.

t tbe'Seminary Schools' Lt ds,- Many Bonds yet on band for collection -' : .- --- professional men inthe body tp make it an compimentwbich| oar, ;alltnt anaL sapitn to'enBare ,his .co-oprralton i-Iij3itd'.r
-.$ of these lands' will! 'n t-atpr teiLconnutud% amount toH: : "" *"'(3,61392. ,, ; 4t California- ,''- eminently efficient organjzat ion for.the, pure men$ is "bis guUcia.manersofthtkif,.
559"75-100 Acre*- of -> ; :- :;,: 1: neighbor bestows poais-. comparing
rzi .- this price, and some'of them perhaps;never For, & : poses for which jtis desdgpCd-ht'promo. andthatcanuotfaiitabeconvincedipf.lb ? .
'V 11 t. wil1itt't -1I Jit6\ihlry-bec0nessetired: and -f land aoldbetw.en. the : an9tcture our want of "poTnt",to,the sane deficiency advantages here bflered for an inveiS.ment/ -
Z-
dates of 23d November, v ; ;: aternhIp--6t r fi1i.4&Vest bring interesting ,
: lfter lhe oodjandu have br'en generally 1850, aal 6th 'January, and melancholy intelligence from California. commerce an4: |etnwchafiic-yaiid.( ) .,'useful i in Lord Casttereagk.! We do,not know tba There are large amounts.of ..capital$ ouf J

?. entered ahj the. resmirces" fibe- country 1851,' amount 'received, "* : A. series of tremendous freshets arts." Teesdqrce1the a'ssociatioii ill there is much 1i int" about oar neighbor's Northern,jetties i seeking 'opportunit ; for

1i .k developed, inairy' lands no* 'regarded as WM$380,22Ineashand -- r. ,, has literallylaid-the whole underwater accrue frorn', initiation fees, annnal. dues ol profitable'! investment, and.owing Sotbi great
.1.4 ya1 less will come into rnaritt and com-1 (97Q7SInbondsinnkhig country members donations.I rbm public and private whole dissertation upon .our characteris influx of gold, stocks of all kinds havtf risen
in train
00
bonds $1,331
in cub and
uian4tbeuinimuin :.without VUffieully. Exlperience a calamity bringing its in and tbe proceeds of its tics.". We merejy! said thai he found fanlt '
; t The whole number of acres almost total 'itispcnsinn, of, communication sources, annual exhibitipns. -, and productive stocks are sought after; whh
: '% $ trachea this, and I have already..nJB of land w>ld r nder Act of with the 'interior and of Its revenues will .be,.employed! with our delegates1! vms,ott the.Important1! avidity. This condition in fibancialoiatterwdirectly -
provisions
iiH verannstaitces.sold large tracin ol land 6th January, 1851.is 1001 ,- A scarcity for the the '
/ following purposes.ht' 'forma defunct in'our favor, and .affords'iji the
94 by which in some of the mountain districts, pilot hill, and gaveas reason for
pre-emption ;
at one dollar and twenty-five cents per acre lion of a library and reading room, a cabinet assurance of succeeding In our enterptjW.
.
had famine.
amounted io actual
and 1,522 26 at already an
private their thatthe
::4i wbTcli the 'appraising agents bad reported to of minerals and models the course petition from this county
sale, making 2,524 20, Superadded to the fain*.- we are adviried oj purchase of And no-will the citizens of 'the M dJeI!
.
? Y. this office is utterly 'worthless. In regard fr which there are treas a severe"short storm, the ground, philosophical and mechanical apparatus, the was sent 'over.their heads. .To substantiate jn .evr ol all-the circa.nstfinces- .

t.' to the Internal Improvement and Seminary urer's receipts on file! in in in some !localities, ten covering feet, deep Many formation of a. school of .design' practical Ibis we published his owtu article j and now, "promise success, to, a State project1)) lpw'r;(
II lands. if 'i* hot to be presumed that faithful this Office for 1,212) lectures
4 on"subjects pertaining themselves
to manufactures to be insirumeutal
; cash and $2,76I94in- deaths from these two causes combined to u keep the point,?, he talks of our: "char ui thwrting'it
rt 1 icafingagent* would have selected many bonds .. .. $3,980 14 want of food and the cold-are recorded, mechanics and the collateral science's, because an appeal hw been i made tci-iheai.
: i not worth'the United Slatrsminimum, when and there is too 'much to- fear the ida school of. physics 'and of practical acteristics, and our want of 'point.," 'We from apartywbobave rib intert-sts bu their,,
reason
-ii.; :. they'Iiadti whole State -io; select from; SCHOOL FUND. record sit this'respect is' not yet made chemistry., ,' '? are induced to :scan: ioniewii j the features own subserve,and wboTcan give no e
4 t14l.1!' and 'in regard lo the the 16th Berfn.ns when The wt'oleuiumberof acres sold bel >np- There seems to be'a good supply of provisions up- The first exhibition of this already .prosperous of pur.neighbor's mental progeny, and.-are the sacrifice of Suuiri fiu itbich rt."ued ..

41? they1 'are not worth price the United in;( tn this fund between the .dates-aforesaic r at-San Francisco { but there is some institution will take. place on :the brought the conclusion that his u characteristic' of us to make 2 I siucerely trust!noL
Stales bn all its lands I "
that *
k puts suggest it is 4,199 22 at an average price of $1,76 reason to apprehend something of a scarcity 24th of February tent, and continue,open is Yourstrnly ,/ !t ,; 35 -
that of"the of "
r would beu'wser instead of Suffle
jiolicy, nellinztbemrat style the
until the middle! of March. :
; ball
cents producing $7,422 07, By adding tin even" there, if the demand from the interior The..large' -
t' t a'mrre -minal value, to- offer to in the new wing of the Patent office hyperbole! a strong: ew ,of orientalism
numbrr.of acres sold for: this fund to the is to be'as "great as it is tl ought it will be, -one ,
them the United States
'1
b V rnrrender to and ask number of those sold for the Internal ,lmprovement when the water subsides. of the largest and ,most magnificent:,rooms with a dash of thejbog-trottejr." Proceed ings of Town Conn-ell.,
that rood landslie anhstituted
I lu their stead. and Seminary Finds, it appears The "Chinese the in the United States, being(>275 feet long,
iU-se during present high '
besidesif; lands huud
And > be oQered
J:4: __ that the-whole number of acres sold belong of 'barbarian" beta has been generously! teudered-by the Secre- ComcnCk.JiBES, Feb.4,K S3..
-
prices provisions, are
value
at that a .mere will nominal be there. is danger inn to all the funJs: is 52,454 77, and bi king themselves to pappy and rat diet. v tary of the Interior for the occasion"; rand Letter From Dr. Baldwin. Council met; present, His Ilbnor'| enry- '

they imwiopoliz-d. by speculators adding lo etlier-the- sums total for, whici Many horses and; cattleJiad the facilities offered by proprietors of railroads JAeisomttaJsutaq 21 .1353. D. Holland, -Iniendenk Messrs.; S.. B ffinjf -
been.j-sif.epl
who will afterwards ho d
_ _ and thus retard them the at exorbitant" they sold, it appears that the grand total i is off by the floods and'1he' greater part of the manufacturers,&c.in, connexion with -Editor.Floridian If Journal ton; M.rButts, CM.CopetAAuuvz_ ,,

-,- of !the prices settlement $9H.103 40. miners', tools bad been lost. The people the fact that it will be in progress during the SIR:-Owing to the frequent interruptionsof Jr E. Towhsend, Countilmea,, ,{[" .'; ':

- endeavored country.The in policy winch I Ibave The following statement shows the .recx'ipu were flocking into'tbe cities from all quarters immense influx of'strangers to'witness the the mail between this and Tallahassee fate Minutes of last nutting -uiieiis; a. :&td T
; to purme iearJ to all and expenditures of tbe- School, Fund for to'eat inauguration of'thepresilent. elect,. indicate ) have been informed of approved. -- -
# $ .' the State's lands has been that of 'something' -many :of them we not kept cur.rent 1
then at such reasonable prices as to 4.fftnu.g throw during during the p-riod aforesaid.KECEIVED. .- frost bitten and. famished. Miners who the auspicious commencement of an association transactions there- This morning's ma.l, ixioau or- COMKITTXZS., :

were earning $100 day in the diggings. destined to wield a great influence however, bas brought arrearages, and we -
Select
$4 ; no obstacles in the way.ol persons wishing per the op c znmftteC,- to whor was refeneil
.t. : to boy them for purposes' wttlemei.t oreDllivatioo From. bonds made prior to23d were starving for food. The destruction olpropertywas hereafter upon< progress of mechanism- are in receipt of the Floridian which contain the petition of Charles Byrne praylnglbeabat
a.itdthe useful
November, 18.0, $26,136 66 immense arts.--------- Governor Call's letter the
the tq
-in single village appealing ota
but at the same lime, not to'offer >meni -'ncisance,-preseated'tli* IoIV
From '
Lands cold'prior to: of prominent citizen of, the District, well citizens Middle.Florida in the .
S them at"rates so reduced as'to bold out wwsage of Act, of 6th Placerville, it was over $200,000. to finite construction lowing report' ? .,- j jtr at
known for his liberality]
very strong jeffiplalions lo,those.wish ing to Jan., 1851, and subso. Several shocks of "an earthquake had intbe.encourage- of a Railroad to connect tbeSt, -:>
for of qaent to 23d November,' been felt in the country back.of.: SanDiego.; ment of every praisewptthy object, in a note Marks with the BrnnswickiRAad! ,. Yoar.jqbmmllleeVlieg'to wpbi '
buy; purpofta; speculation j merely iso cash to ProfessbriHenry (the President the Institute have examined"the ordinances, and field that -
; being The earth after It little .hat this
pay moving backwards and forwards seems not a surprising '
the 6tb
On January, 1851, abe General ments, '- -1) 81980. 2 three or :four feet in an undulating ,) requeslihg to be enrolled among its distingufshed citizen should'now be ifound noiie of them baTe any reference to horses
.a Assembly paeed a law making Trea.u- From bonds made between < .. members, enclosed ,tne 'bandsomedonatiort and cattle miming at large .in the town, butonly' '
nearly capsizing men, mules and ; the, advocate the policy.for directing the
r. reF the Receiver.of all monies arising from 2Jd Nov., and 6th Jan., way Wag '
'and
.
.to hojis gnataJ
.- burst with loud of.one thousand .dollars to a d its objects. withii ; -Theythefori
1851. 'O1'66FroinU. nc -a report resembling trade.of,our Stat.uu'G i.\vnijn |
L; sales thereafter to.be*,made., Tiii Jaw bas think there is 'attached "
t j The .of the donor is no penalty to Allow .
: name \M'm.VCorcci
opetaled: with prrci&on.ai.d.accuracv. and S. being- per : much ajheavy peal of thunder, rending the the last-two years he has been /oremosi
C centongoveroment lands earth .1:11: bas ireventeil almost jeven the jK ssbility of. old within the State to One pf the!commendable features they do not think it 'necessary at preseatlbp"aM .
which exuded volume : : .of; the Central Railroad State i having
S frtnd.or mistake. Bat the General Asem .. ... < a large of'gaseous a'parely project,
{t! Itsoz v. 1.21517, ., ordinance'
t big omitted to in kt.provision fur lie ; From Premium"on'the U. .- matter,> resembling >tbe'-smoke of au' over Society is. the-.encouragement and incentive both its, termini and..entire route in our an prohibiting the sam .J;,, ,
> uppointmrct for '' ?. .' -. heated furnace. to study,of the youth and apprenticea the f Theytheteforreqtieitio bedi. barged -
p Trrftsurer vIa 'S. -draft. $1215 7npercent. < : own State. Tbe;original. charter of this
,
. bytbe deputy .', -. .- : '.'." ?- 1216 The U.'S. Commisnioners have confirmeil cityrwho are admitted.as junior members,* Road, had- been; clogged by?its oppbsers inthe4 from the'further consideration of the'so&ject.C.M.CXXPERf -
attend the auction sales which
I t are,. .
reqwred '
Making total received fromalUouicei .,
o s'-'t- s Col. FBEHOHT'S claim to the Mariposa arijl are entitled to all Jhe prjyneges membership'Fxeept Legislature- with objectionable! clauses! ,
by jaw lo be bolder iu the several counties i-, .- 95 grant "4i:. A.CANOyi L
v1zI where, the lands lie. In consequence oftbist.t -i-jfl,9S8-. containing ten>square leagues- (A 'decision the right to> vote and bold and had also appended to, obnoxious: section ;
Txeas'DYD.
bad been rendered the So '. ftheState office during their minorlyt| :They-twill -, Comnitltt.V -
;! >misslna, Treasurer, under the ,by : preme which ha J thefl'ect tc prevent capi.
: For appraising 16th*See- -. ; ofthe oIdJVlFxi- have the free use iofUJe library, the scienti alists Which report[ being recejf eo* wasioji m p sanction of the xcenlive, /ouiid ittneceMary -, tlonsr; ,*, $18171 upon tbevalidity ; ( Troth investing' their money in the ,
C :wc for the public service, to absume.tbe responsibility For surveying 16th sections .883 can grants, :bat wbatitha decision- \.was- is fic and mechanical apparatHs and adnxission project but during'the recent sess on of the -.by,Councilman To wnsendadopt4l.r; '
For one third cost of letrter L1 not stated.) to thejectur sand; school, ;of .design"; &c: Legislature-this charter hasbeeamended, z Street committeerptesenteii, thollqiwing'-.. '',--
: lb appoiot'uiff.a.deiinty. to attend *?
r .,.',.
Dress. / This: alone cient.tb.-commend "
I F tbe receat salrs above mentioned. I rf# - --- -- splendid ,diamond:-weighing .seventeeu it to the and the obnoxious sections: bava been'repealedVand -- report. -1L .I
pect- For stationery.
.
.87 18 .
fully auggert*that.this should be remedied. For Postages,;., *'H30.:; carats, had been found -. 'hearty co-operatiob of parents,. employers' the whore rendered more efficient "On the. nettllon -of;.ilooner fe. G 1 S I barenouiceiiinto; make 'regard totbe For Mandamus tn the ease' -':!' '' '' In .Oregon:-also, the winter-was severe. guardians, and .the $public.generally };/or Ifthere in its operation and jorore acceptableto[ capitalist -- praying-.the'=openingjel a street, froisj Bay*?* \

: jiaode of selling lands. The present of White vs Register. -': ;:. } S 20- Two vessels bad been frozen-m at the mouth -is one subject of universal regret*more Notwithstanding theeSbrts of both street east oL:their joundry ttoitbe t altr,; *!.# *
For printing and advertlslng -* ---.' ;_<. of the Columbia river.Tbe"r'esult than another in large citieiti is the censurable the pretended friends and /oes of this committee *i ,
system operate as well |*rbaps as any thai ,. .- 't 79.S3 /'- open ; your_ respeetlallyj .besjifeaf ) !o
: pf the 'presidential election ,want pfjadequate means to enlist and hilt( to fender the charter inefficient striking that examined.the. i:
Ihey.have
can J>e sdo4ed. As 5 el, no node has been For one third Register1'J. by report prelntpe.jpalluded
,. prescribed by the General iAi sembly. as to salary,, V .- 74444 was known, in Oregon- forty- -days .alter tb& excite the amhitiot ,:pf youth;and apprentices' out the internal improvement fund from it, ioandfl dthxttheresaacenti4uousratige { * ; tbelaatbenticalioo\of deeds made by the Turned over to tbe Treat-. );:> %?- day on which;the contest took pfacei1 to devote a portion..of their/;pastime trf tbe they have been1the'cAuj>ev 'though" "unwit of lots, beyond .the Inumber us ully, ;?" -

I; Begtster.- ugge$1wbettterit would jioi 'aver, -- :. -,. 2G,264 35 : Dates the'Saiidw/cb Islands are to improvement ..of their minds land morals.' tingly, of -pledging the'whole' of -it>to the contained in any jotheir of the town square*;- jj* *

? be well to aaUiorize that .officer lo keep Total Expended and uri- .'' c / December 4. Tbe French?,were rapidly ex-' .The efibrtj of.ithe ,Board-are novr-'ajainty; Roa&'andwithtbig ple'Jgednthere. is -no and that. accordrngLtathe.. ruleobaerfeditU -
a ,
dover l- -T--$27bZ358t
t seal with the bame of the State and office /- ; -.- -- lending their power over the Societv I Ulanda.- directed! ; .to:the isuccessof, 4heirfirst; exbibi- doubt that the" balance of the capital stork laying out all of the restwuudrthithmub1bprcmieeo oftbea: >j ti '

or some.other suitable inscription upon it, Making Balance- e .. -:|653 11- The Freiich governor.'atlait accounts, was LIP Ii,.afld ClrCu laraare for --toeyry. will -be- raised, and the: RoaJ wiir be built ,M pii.jX .

and make that seal j entitle the egisters Bonds yet on band JQcoiIectionanoun \ about to despatch naval expeditidnT.to tie sectioniof. ; the Union invijingrlhejpreseina- nnjew-itis'pre: vented by those'who should & Gookin"and.,aa ibis erroe bas.bee'icom". .'

r deeds to record in anj' county in ibu, j II*. Fot32l86-100- acres(of to land' 119,61217"M >v Navigation insult islands to punish the natives for lion mechanical thereof skill specimens of ;"growth an4
This would in"many jnttancei save Lroubet .old between tbe dates of >-. : to tbe-French; missibnariei; ? of.: the enti-er'country.\- NoW Why' at this particular time, this opposition tmprpred prior-to.that part having;beed> -

1 *ibcottvenience'to> purchasers'residing at ,234 November, 150? ; Panama datea are torJain, I5ib., Col.TorTKS '- ready.numerous responses baet bee -made,' to so important a State MmeusnrV as surveyed andJaid but;; iand.as' it wwjld fc fc* .
and 6th'January, 1851, '. and the Effgmeerrof;>he Panama iUit- and the interest rnaiufestJaisd the this IswadaaiUed. all .
i a distance Iron the Capitol,,to,wbotn deeds : expected on > hands -to:bel Why now impossible ;toi run .thistreet.thijoogh*,
., ara efflitled by mail.JatoiiseqTjenceof.- : ;1 amount reeeired 'wap$31980theasband$861. -- .. "t"" *. road badar vedaiidwere r ;about to com- advantages Ip bp derived froai the exhitiitioiiof Ibis change of policy .from the-support or aState' M UhwU>T-reat "dslrimeot. to their ]prorllY
and
roence'6peratii.; Ii. iiiyention* specimens American ingenuity -project tto one of a local character? which course.has
been inanreil
; Jbe Jaw making the W ia bonds,-maklog toyr- i ;. .toby
4 I Tnfccvrtr| < Reteiver, tbe Kegtster basreceived t&s-_ -, -: :-41.i8174 .. Mr.-Mucs bad arrived en To e for"Wash" .and and. ekjIU-fct! thesfatpf; government and why tins appeal to the citizens of Middle the ersoawbo l sold.jtoitbeai jw .
Tbe wbol number ofaonS s'J J ; rngtoti, with important at-such, an'ppport.unejinie ,wben'tth6 ; Florida V n chi if etfectvsl ''will tend '-
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., no monies,fur lands sold since irs .' ,, r. '" -f- ndsof strongly n L.neares point thughwbhrthe'trtt.maybetun .
of I and sold under act of' Lnt- '- ,peopW.vijIbe( { assembled bere from 'defeat
:t dalpTbe onJjrcumer; tbe Rrgister haslecaiwd to the greatj!|taw work now in a fair t&ra ghrris (on the east of;tM'preznise.Your
6th January, Id31, U 5877 ,- The -Georgia sailed Ne-VWk-oii this every qaartel-otJthe.lJhioii, warrant the
bei of behng-accompiabeJt..And! for wliail
fin4au
* belonging lo jbi been on 86-100; fo"whlch,* T" lief thatsiiyihing way conxitteerreeoaxinend.tt-|
oe.tj boada executed to fey predecessor 1 there are TrOanrer's iS- -., .- 19lo wilt.3Dqsoeagerr and $2,500,000 it .will'compare' successfullywitb Fin *jquction-with the Brunswick-RoaJ,and there sbbald,bCzLlloedthereI; 3O. a -.
rin.niitQflL UuV/officse/ 'oeipI.tshso. : .> goJd.;* Vi 4 : ofjlhe kind prodtfce letDainD! at tbe.ume ,of u>y : 4 : t or'thoss in etfwide*and a lane of-0 feetwid b* &
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.. ..' .. i,. 'fur2,560tneuhsnd$8W9 70 ta bonds,mak1 ,-<- -- Gut, Piticfij CiawidK.--.Tp: ; %ete| experience in tMUwws|iJ.aijtage.ot.years__ of fav6r.of his proposition, e' teriains this belief (lowed ta the-water on thftlwestef tbf Ttt -
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Tb ioJlomflf!*tetist sal jrejmrt shows all i tag to cab sad bonds, :- ..$6,24G 83T-' gttntjcarriage already announced asjbaving Ana. will Florida 1 tht-bisroadwilI. be thef
I teiiae oJtT( ript A 4 expenditure of the J.' *- a lojbe i4ntu.ia1scd onj the ne manufactured, at PilUifitfld, MAu-for .Circulars! ; representecl detailed J. ** Bruns wicktroaJ*!\they ha e iailo wed>Tth o 4uiu.n.u, a3 without ittbycaJwotib; : T*, L 5 5access

j interotl improirimepMund,,betweeq the 23dOctober 1egiste41-tcz' 1fficioSuperlntendeutof? b.Prcsi4em'elect, Uie presenlors have now will- be forwarded and instructions; selves be deceived by the pecT6ds promises from'4thjrnate street to tfeeir.dtslSferr; -

, 3Wi Schools, I,have tbe'n'onor to report.asffi&1&tfiWi'j ; IOl added.a .fine pair of,b4yborsewbicbibrurediursoqrhe; ( given, ; auJarjaeninionuauon of part lesfinterested 405 prostrating tW'larfdable -: aiid iiis'i*; JoiUeC5 tof:comfioawe bi**** *
: earnajje ajiul hors/i Q'kPPJlCaSiiunpost-poadto the eSbrts ol Flonda. to oarry.oin an:ind* Mooed y & 9 ekin and Fer >nd < aaOh'
Cqrrespoiiding
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; onaJjNd>I, -that ;oifthrte Ales tomee a&Orae SjriaC oa.the.Me<Ia 'i,-_...f- .: .. ..J, 1tt ...,' ',." ,. ''' 0 IT. . .\ :I
with the rtreet auI. on onp'sUe"withthe iD March *ext?.: !hopej JMtal tbe Delce.t. UIfOATMID". '
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Your committee submit this palctul Sa llle aUeDc1aa- moof1mp '. :' ''I' 'j" ,. 'J A.-.
water to jrborconsideration. i .
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ted to then., as bo. as m'ie= 15, Wkt_ : ES--}: f I .. HY'> '; .1. .. ".-. "'J of lite United. State*;
IX"M. COOPER i Successors* to .
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.,J. E.E.TOWNSEND *_ "-. ...h -.. '. ". entitled! An ,
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JNQ. COPPER ; : -- pew, >act IIdaO ttt
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A. .A..CANOTA*. :, ., : : t. : land* *otd tI'datOrlar'. Ks. .
Committee. vnouui. Aire XCTAH.DEAiAa nrB ; of ;A. JqCEW5 'zLicsLirPiLiL. '. Yj | ,tand Districtia..1d."

The following ordinance; predicated on o 0 k s ,$ St'a.tto.rv>js; Jan27arDlr, "; :SAVA' NAlVGA.: :. I:C .r Tt .:! .znaay4MiGTi. L'- M-"FOtsOfU- t.-riaDocCh1mA lad authorizing' lire' .,. .. .10'

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the'above rrport being presented bj, Councilman CORNER WHITAKER. JOS.,. Wi WEBSTER., 'GEO.;P."PALMES.MAKCFACTURER ., r "'.:Y".._ .._ '. Ii" .':. aand.Parlor5espi in and MeMdeoua lands to mid. dtantVafprDTtd. Aita9II, _.
Cooper. wasnmuiimourij-: 6T.4UL.IAN 8T&,. Aecedeons. Gsitsr -VkH.j: .aad 1842,and of, 'thracta of Osnffei ..
m..69 ATartng**. Uan e,, : MTTT.-tRJS1JISCUITiBA1n11Y., Instruction Boob both Lma3 _.1
N.'O.ItIlA" o| the old and new way- zing the rale of the Public ,do!hmW
.tkt Town _
ordained Council
it by : offers
Bt of SAY NNA".j a large swrrtmeat of the aboveaaued 1
: .No.;131 MdinppniiAath declare and make knownhatIcMb't'riUI.ebcL1atibe
fit Tom rf Jacksonville, That inasmuch .or : des from the best aattfactorie Jiithe Uafted i .
no.II coorex, TTM. &. OLCOTT, States. 1ndOcaMtzayac "
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X.KKAPP.
ts at the east end of the town were DDttsJURNESS. f'f'e. cuAnsiosc.- 1aIYbac.penlan rn teaching
the rtref -
-w-i X xjnruriirurLrJPrinting Ifc. .
Vocal
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I. & : in the State of Lortstijticinjr eclfteDe
not UK out prior to the building the fono .- and Bootbindiag executed ,',1& ,And. Wholesale and Retail Dealer In all kind.of FkhSCTiLeT! has constantlyori,hand acquainted with the aboveBaaed, b.1nthnroughly u truBient on.Monday, the eleventh day ef*Ap a: h -

dry of Measr. Moonep & Gookin and *ea.Gft despatch.; '' SAIiDLEHY WARE. PILOT AND NAVY BREAD,. *, noDe need fear the superiority of,hit.In next for the isle o' .anappropriatea: and a

the Louse and improvements of J. P. SanderMMV Foreign Boob imported to order at N;T.. WINE.SODA, BITTER.LEMMON ear struments and less over experience.thoefeJa.. : of lees. cultivated. vacant tract of Public Land Mtoated wlflrift: .

which now prevents the continuation FeblO-tf Carriage.Trimmings,Laces Fringes,Patent TER. SUGAR.FEED,AND D7S,1 All orders promptly attended .to..Instruments the limits of the following amedTowhJ -. a-

of Mareh street-the said lots having been Parchment Leather, Springs, Ailes Bands. Varnish PEPTIC'CRACKERIN... 1,).and sent to any part of the State.. .and fractrPnal.Tc.w sfups. 'accoreHBt;to.'l:_ .t

lOLl by Mrs. M. Domett-and as it is neteivarj Paper Letter-Oopvinp' : &. &c; &e. GER NUT&c'' tc. PUr and the Musical community, are approved plate ofe.survey,1owit:4. !/ :: ,

to have a continuance of said street. B OOES.-Tbla Paper 1* very tough; aVows THE SIGN OF THE GOLDEN In bull"all invited to eaU and.examine stock at .SGut\ 6cIr Ii. "_ v. tl
dint.-
to where it ought of op a perfect and distinct copy, and offer SADDLE, ,-' Barrels Kegs and l warranted N'aORY'8 AND FOLLSOM'u FimNrruRi "fd 'nIt'rf. .
u nearly as possible the advantage have been located in conformity to may jGibhons BoilJing,: prices. .' : ROOM BA\ STXEET. < ,. .
be A t.
right the rrport to of committee on tie subject: it ishereby are written well bound upon and without paged preadinf.,and are sold The at Book the MARZ7' BQ'U.g. IAYAXXjfl.A : "It.. Boxes? assorted Cracker. for. Families.. : 1ackaouYiU..March 8.1 S3JITew .11-4iu .. ..TT Fractional hip two tovrndbij f\f rant" one f'ftntI' :"HI.: ; ,I

ordered and directed that the continuation manufacturer prices \\\ single ones or in quauti. -- jan6-3m. 'R.S.McCARTER : Mn.ua. .. .t
of
FraC1ionat1o\T8I1bip two i Iyf; II
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range
and >
ties. Splendid Furniture.TOHE ,
of Marsh street shall be opened on large assortment always on. hand, and >
PA FEN T DOUBLE South$ cft'te bae:line.and eat J'IAi t I
LEVER COPYING '
the east of said foundry, adjoining the same PRESS.. for sale at the lowest'r lcelSo jan27-3m' & CO., Subscribers have f f' pomeridian... *ST ,! 1

and: lot owned by Mrs. M. Doggett, io be -- -' M. Just received at ) Fmctional < of r .' J"
a With this IsrCCESSOSS TO H'CARTER &uuxa town tiip eight- rig ofte;
press copies -are" taken with more : *be Furniture .
and bat also BEHMItFOSTER' Room '
thirty feet wide an alley ease, and much quicker thanwith tfhe Screw wHotEsAT.EIIO1SEIJIEII. : 1dcROI'1'SiJr aNew and,8plendid Lotof over t J Fr.a i Townships one two, three and roa;, UI&'

opened of twenty feet wide,' betweeirthesaid Press and others ordinarily in use. It does not FACTORS. AND.COMMISSION MERCHANTS altars from hew York,in.part as follows t, fraciKnial township. eight of raftjjeFHW1. .J .

lot and the Torpenttae Distillery of Fernandez oat require of order.fastening down and is not.liable. ..ret -' B Al llS1ATIllMIL: :iBnreaus Sofas,..Te P.CI Teles Divans., TownsUi pa'oner two, three-fonrj'and"art? i.
both of which .
street
fe Mnrdock- METALLIC SAVANNAH GEORGIA ; Ottomans, Cottage Chamber sets and lractional'iowuhir eightWtanp ',. 1
and Alley are to be run from Bay street to DAMPENER orneYMecting Itd 'Pitzcht! .m. "-, Tables and Chairs of three. --Vir" -
airdescriptibn -
the. Mof .
Superseding the Brush Wet CJot.h.and .
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the watrr.' Blotting Paper (saving an the time and trooU !zn--' '" JOBM I'OSTEL .ft.; ''.\.- --TCbT -r1eston''S.. C.'. Bedsteads 5i Vs and Wash Stands Township one. .two,'three,and ."1U;\4 1.
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Councilman Town fnd. from Committee .incident to their use;) with it a perfect copy jan276mf1cMAHp &C. &C. range four.To .::1:!-r- 01

oi fatrol Laws, presented an ordinance in may always be secured witli any press. r&- A. ,complete assortment of.;LAW. ,. rnrcbasers will'do well to'eaU and wiiRhTpsonet-1wo'three'four j fVZ-im:
examine
regard thereto action on which was, on mo Agents.The undersigned for Georgia and are Florida the stle for and'exclusive the above I: ,& DOYLE, MEDICAL';, SCHOOL MISCELLANEOUS' .Stock before purchasing as each article win be aniseven,'.frartional :'towtaabil'l. t .{bit

jan by* ooncilman Buffington, for the present tides, and han mtde arrangements by 'which ar- WROLESALC DEALERS IN BOOKS, !together'with LA srsoozs. savannah.-sold as cheap as-eaa- 'be obtained' in. Charleston or and nine,of range five. *"" '1*"* }.. ._
they enabled to PATER and Tlci.aRT".of .- Town-hips one.two three four fire)alz
deferred. are dispose of them at the manu ; every ,
Or ORDINANCE. facturer's prices. WlIES' AID flllYISJDL description, kept constantly all hand, and,of. .. 1..L lMslStoves. and seven,of range all /':* .Jl"*" :

PASSAGE introduced the following American and English, Copying- Writing, feted at the! lowest prices. '. 'j jan6-6m J cbos ,No..ember.8.I Township one,two, three, four' ,fire;.'i '
Councilman Townsend Carmine and Red hk*, FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LiQUORS and seven, of ranee seveny. **> '

oidinance; which was. on motion by of the best quality,.constantly on hand. Also NO.:190 BAY STREET, CHARLESTON' HOTEL ..Stoves. j 'To\vnftbipsonel, three,'roar.'fift'ui ..A
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Councilman CalIO.- cnanimously passed : Marking Ink, by the gallon or barrel. (Opposite Messrs. Scranton,Johnston &'Co ) ..cftORT'.* FOLSOM have'also on.hand seven of range eight ** V-1* ;t
AS Ordinance entitled an Ordinance to> They bare also made large additions to their .XT for sale a variety and assortment of Stoves Townsbii one, two three, four. ,fire, six( ,
compel the Attendance of Member stock of Writing Papers of every description Formerly occupied by Cfuu. Hartridge,.Esq. D. MIXER., for the parlor,office;-'and kitchen- ,, to which they and seven of range nine **"*$ t* 4

Be it ordained by the Town Council of the Liberal discounts made when sold in quantities SAVANNAH, GEORGIA.: invite attention. : norll Townships one two and three' of raagt; ; I
of five reams and upwards. Meeting'si ruf between Hayne:and Pinciney. ,
Town of Jacksonville, That any member of Mathematical tmmen., Surveyors' Compasses .J prni H'MABOH. J.US'DonE. J.HOLMES tend- .Jt&t. I
Coniicil failing to attend a meeting the 1 Chains, Drafting Materials &e.&e. jan27-ly CHARLESTON.. :S, C.fl.4SSN General Commission Merchant, 'Townships one,two three, four, six;'aadi I

game after having been duly summoned,shall They have facilities executing Bookbinding 100 WALL 'ven, and fractional townshipeight,'bt

be fined the sum of two (2) dollars, unless la an the various styles and of making up Blank STREET,NEW TORE. range eleven. & *' -*> <*4

gnod and sufficient .eicuae be rendered at Books ruled to any pattern in -which they put ADflSOXS. i4 COFACTORS .J low WILL Pine pay particular attention to isles of TeP .Townships one,* two, three fuorSv<>"v : r
the best of Cotumiagion Qlerchant. Lumber Live Oak.
stock.- Also of Card,Circular, Label, and other Southern
their next meeting.ADJOURNMENT.. and Fancy Printing. AND GENERAL Timber and Ptoduce; and to orders. for purchas six,and seven,and fractional township. &,! 1.of.ranpe I J
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WHOtXSALE DEALER ,
Foreign Books imported at New York prices. MERCHATsAYAAE. lug Merchandise. -. twelve. -" -'** : .
JOHN M. COOPEK i CO. COMMISSION In Groceries and Liquors. Townships one two,an 1 three, fractional' Ff'i l

On motion by Councilman Butts Council Savannah, Feb. IOtb.HERNANDEZ GA. i NO. 139 EAST: 'BAY," diaries De Waal Au ti01ieer.JACKSONVILLE township! four,township five, and fractional t ; :
till the 1 lib insL o'clockP. .
then adjouined. -, at 7 G.W.AKDEUSOS, 3.J.WVAKDEKSOX ;'J.JACTSOS. ,E.F. township nine,of range .thirteen. v.tFractional *.. .. 4 J

M. Attest: & REYES jan27-ly cnigns1axs.c. <- .-in any part of the County.'attended to, townships one three,fonr,.?. .

F. C. BARRETT, Drapers and Tailors, jau6-ly and respectfully solicited/ 'ix. township' ht and fractional township... : .,

Clerk of Council. : November Htb-1832. tf nine of ionrteen Jt ?* t
WM.R. SYMONS JENNINGS & CD range
JACKSONVILLE
F COMDIOT
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His Auction Booms and.St re-1iouIC are 'kepton .Fractional townships:'seven, ehnir.e ..

LATE AND IMPORTANT FROM MEXICO.- HER AXDEZ to their'& Friends REYES return their DRAPEIt AND TAILOR, .-. Wholesale and Retail Dealers m Bay Street.near the principal market; where of range fifteen. r : .> -..'J-\ t

dates from the 19th ult. have been for and the Public BRIDLES he keeps on band at all ,seasons of the year on Fractional township nine of 11. ;;
Tampicc generally the liberal patronage they have retired AND DEALER INREADYMADE SADDLES; the most reasonable terms family Groceries and range
received. Great excitement prevailed in consequence and hope, by strict attention to businessto Provisions for cash or country produce. teen.'r. Ip

of the rumor that 2,000 Texanswere merit a continuance of the same. Having received CLOTHING, SADDLE, If CARPET SAGS Goods sent to Subscriber on Comm Q,either I.andswbch have been'an'dfhafllected be.

inarching on Tamanlipas. Cot. KuffinRndrigues the latest styles direct from the North NO. nWHITTAKER" STREET ..IIAHHKSS for private or auction disposal will be qnkkly and designated for the State .tcr, .
they are to execute all work
and 33 men belonging to the to their care prepared with despatch,and in workmanlike entrusted SAVANNAH, GA. WHIPS,TJUrl'Jt,VALISES, &c, &C., &C. Subscriber attended to has and been amounts known speedily in this community forwarded fora the act entitled "An act ,maid the State of' .

National Guard had been shot. manner. They invite all to'gire them a call,on Gloves, Suspenders,'Shirts,and Gent e iei,'. -: N0.165.MEETING',STREET, number of Jean as auctioneer and otherwise. Louisiana 'in drainingthe ,swamp Jaoda. -
Gen. Keys, of San Luis P.Hosi i bad been S'ewnan street, 2d door from Dr. yrne'. new He offers no recommendations desires that in."ap.proYedMardt 2J/IS4Araa4UM,
assassinated while riding in his carnage. I building-assuring the public that their prices Furnishing articles.generally.. Opposite. _Charleston J Hotel., inquiries should be made regarding 'himcelf. oran act entitled -An act to enable the, State
Gen. CASuova! and Gen. Cardena hailgone > shall be moderate,and all garments warranted to jan27-ly j n.6.1y.Cul.a J,8: C.. Commercial House at the place"of his,resi' Arkansas and other States .to- eclaimr'tl Bf

to Vera Cruz, where a large number of fit.N.. B.-Cutting and Repairing done at the denee..CUAltLES UsWAAL. 4 swamp* lands 'within, their Jimiis-"ap -.
BUTTER AND CHEESE EMPORIUM '
'N A. CDHEm'1t CO.f' :
prisoners bad been sent.TnEDoMsricHAuDwiaE. shortest notice. Feb. 1 -1, : ,. ,. Male and Female ClauJeaJ and'EnaIIhIiisllt :proved &ptember211soaflthOsi:

..B.YmEBOB;. : : Importers& Dealers of .' .tf>_ JaelteonvUle P1. .tracts for which the patents have beear

DEALERS pro- CLOTHING. Foreign & Dom lt1c'.Dry,Goods, ,N. F..BROWS,PriacipaJ' and. Propnetar. or applied for by the day.appointed ,for tit*: .., I
pored holding a Convention at the Broadway TERMS commencement. the sale or whkh..haUt -
mIlE Subscriber NO.'175 EAST'BAY -
hand
in the of New Y irk tlevise having on a large and have beeu acted
House
to not finally upby1bate
Ciiy
i
JL ptipfls
very fine selection of ttcady Made Clothing SAVANNAH, GEORGIA Corner of S., S."F &Bro. Primary per at, tele'enweekz, f 6 00Flngtish ;"
measures for the greater uniformty and stability and Hoots and Shoes offers to close out the stock Opposite rrar studies andllatbematics .1000 i time. nude'r the provisions the act of 29A}; I a

of this business.STomicc nearly at cost rather than keep them over the 'WHOLESALE DEll.am. jan -6m. CHARLESTON $. c. Do including scientific course. '"f 1200 ..Augnetl8-12- ein- before jneatkmed,'1
summer. Gents wishing to supply. themselves UTrl'-EirANll'CH-EESF .' Doclassics..' -15. 00 gether with'.land* approprialeJ ;by ,
THE SCPPUE*.-The New York with dressing articles will find this rare chance, : -German or Freneh.'extra, 6.00 the use of schools military o&her'"I'fO'-" '
also i'lanters wbn wish to supply their HARDWARE Payable invariably in advance.-.- "
city comptroller will pay no more tea bills with coarse clothing and shoes,'will do. negroes well 'to DISJECT FBOMGO.S ,\ -'< No studies assigned'any pupil mitfl toe price ef ses Kill' be duJ.I01ItiIu 1. ih-k't:
and.h s given notice aceonJill ly. There is tuition Iayrd ne pfi,i g 0'.the aboveneM1R t
call. is paid iiateif MStalnedrEy'Ine'arnitare
E1 NEAV '
H { YORK .Ruu
,
,. *. C HEYf ., -
no law.herays, for eating and drinking at Tailoring don to oroer-which-amnot'be-ez.. -- "" tJ 9 will be charged to the ania&er. will he commenced on'.1be 4aJ,.aptioiatM.\.
the ftj''8 exj-ense. celled in neatness or Cishion. ,ja u.ty E'1011111 / I. ..--- IImCT DI1'OJtTDS P For. .farther particulars address *- anil,will proceed in the,order in" 'ahichth.jeai1verisedwithallconveniini4espa1cb -. ;
'. : BROWN '
LB. AMERMAN .HAaD.s.vARE,, Ct1TLERYGUNS-. FOOTER
.
.1 : .
APPOINTMENT;4 > PaF.SiDEKT.-VM. Comer Bay and Newnan Streets., TOL8kc.. No,982-tf, ii' '
a BY THE Jacksonville, Feb.3, 1853. AID iEIiJJCiSOL: nntil the,wkole shall web. .ii -
H. .Loan, of' Wisconsin, to be Commercial -No.35 Hagne'Slreet, lie ale thus dosed; but the sale-shaH 1' .

Agent of.the United Slates at the ifrfaiul: of T 1HE CHEAPEST CASH STORE. 'WIIOLtSALE. 'DRUGGISTS, :a. : CLINCH HOUSE.. 1 .Nf kept open longer than two weeks;aid oo,,. -

: & Thomas in the place of HARDF! B cnTO 1 Bbl Sperm Oil, '2 Bbls Coffee Sugar, WM.C.COURTNEY, 0.B.TLNN ENT. THE SUBSCRIBER.* i private entry:of any of the lands will be ad-.44
.
2 Linseed .
deceased.j do do 5 Bags Rio Coffee, AND DEALERS IK ; : 'JAMES B.EVA 8. .having recently opened_ mined uutil after tte"expiration of the two )j ;
__ _, 1 Hf bbl Alcohol, 5 Boxes Candles, OILS WINDOW J&D -I, .. .
B _
1 -- > PAINTS Housewould .
GL4SS4c. '
above -
4 Bxs new Raisins 10 do Ao 1 (Soap' the retfpueuuuv *>- weeki, : ;> : I
Prescott and Macauley, the two distingaisbed 2 Bskts Champagne, 10 Sacks Salt, MUSTARD SPICES SXUFF, [D. A AMBLER licit the patronage of the public. There G.ve under my band at the city of,Wash-,

i historians have been elected lion 11 If bbl Potash 6 Grace Matches PERFUMERY .BRUSHES.&c.: are at thi time some fire tosiz rooms unoccupied, j ,this fourth day of November,. mao
ngton
several of the same with fire plaeea Tbe uo members sH 1 Cask Scotch
orary of the Royal In Acad- Ale, .2 Bbls Fla Molasses, -
AKD DEALER IN1S1 thousand hundred &ad .
HAKtJFACTCRER hundred and of the Post Domini one eight -
within one fifty yards
I do London Porter, 6 do do Syrup, AJiD'LAJiDRETH'S GARDEN SEEDS .
emy. 2 ISbls S'a Crackers,' J Ck prim1 Old Brandy a'. rai' .Q.Dm cr.i.; Office and wharves. The undersigned is Agent ty-lwo.. : '.-h..; .
GIBBON'SBUILDlNGS SAVANNAH GA. -
,
,
1 do Prime for Gen.Scott's four horse Coach and two bone MIUARDF1LLMORKe
Rye 00
Whiskey; Sega. _
fr.AM.tbrr Scientific Wonder. -bipea- Cordials,Bitters, Pickles, Catsups, &e., tic., }an27.6m'. .' ,RiEETING-STREET, Hack Mail liDel boUa leaving for Ocala seaii-week- Bythe Presi2eut: ..., ".'r;
TANT TO TfPEPTlcs.-Dr.' J. & MOUnUToys tc.,just received and for sale low for Cosh.fcW jan&.iy CBARLCSTOS, s.-c. lv. For farther particulars apply at the offices- of .JOBNWILSON'" !
PEPSIN,the true IX "irtn"i4, or the Jacksonville .Republican and News. 14
F. WAVER & CO. H A U ) W ARE. I :
.o1.
. Gattrie Juiet, prepared from i&'iwr1. the j I WI101ulde lIat' Cap"Wswefceiwa JA1JES .ASKEW. Commissioner of the General.Land
rorrrn STOMACH or THE Ox,after directions- Palatka January,1i52. tt : .
--A .
Baron UEBEG the Chemist Bloodgood and Douse, I HAVE on hand. and am constantly receiving 'TO.161,MEETING'ST\,'opposite Charleston .
greet physiological -a full supply of Hardware consisting of [ The undersigned NOTICE TO -.. CLLDIANTS. : ;
; Charleston.
by J. S. HOUaJUTOJV M. U Philadelphia. their thanks to the inhabitants of ton Hotal, Notice.
RETURN .
Thin U truly a wonderful remedy for IN- ,and vicinity for their liberal Cutlery. Cooking Utensils' Mill Saws.Cruse Cut has in :tOre and* constantly receiving from his Every person entitled, to the right of.pre-:
blGESTIOX. JiYSPEPSIA. JAUXDICE patronage bestowed upon them since they commenced Saws, Hoes Chains, Nails,Axes Blacksmith&hdCarpenters' I several manufacturers all of thedifferent kinds A LLrscusbavindeinandisZ'insttbe es tmption to, any of tne tracts of land to, b* ,.
LIVER COMPLAINT C0NSTP4TI0Z/ business ; and hope by strict attention to Too, and all other articles usually. of HATS and CAP$ suitable for.the' southern .t-tteofieorge.\\i Stewart late of Columbia &red tarssalewithia the township aad
in line of business. invites the deceased are hereby notified to --> ,
he
please merit a continuance of the same kept my and southwestern markets to which county present
and DEBILITY curing after KATCEE'S nwx They have constantly on hand a full assortment HOPKINS,Agent.TCo. attention of merchants desiring good in his line. tbem, 'dllly'provea. within tU- time prescribed fractional townships above enumerated, Isy .

JUICE.WttROD.b.IUroJE'S Pamphlet,OWN rontainidg AGKVT the Scientific GASTRIC evideeee of Dry Goods Ready Made Clothing. Hate and 177 Congress. St., Savannah- Ga.. Having many years experience in the business he ly law,or this notice will be plead in bar required to.establish'the.same to the ""satis

of it* s1ue. famished by Agents gratjs. Caps, Boots and Shoes, Stationery, Hard ware, flatters !bimself.that prices and .nality his payment; and all persons indebted to said cimake faction of the RegisterandReceiverofib*)

09 ee the advertisement ep2-ly Crockery,Groceries,Provisions,Drags and Medicine jan27XySTOYK goods cannot be excelled... D-A.AMBUc.it. tate. are requested to STEW imnjedJatejiaymeot. proper Land Otficej and waking .pajment,,
CHARLES AR.T.Admr.
.Segars, Wine, tie ,&c..which they. are .selling DEPOTAND therefarAsoonnSpthdicabk0ttC'11gif.iiiutic :
at the very lowest each prices.Jacksonville New Stock ofSjrlngCoods.EIis A"ov9.1S52.;. ;
MASONICNOTICE. ,Jaa.20.1853. : GEN RJUFURNISHNG'WJ.RE.- i AIMl bef t*re the day appointed 1ort

HOUSE. I the commencement of the public sale of the,,.
Souoxox LoDGe Ko.20, F. & A M., JUST received by Steamer Carolina, a full as. Bl GAIS RI1MOVtiLREMOVAL:. lands embracing the. tract daimed,otherwiet.;
10 12 14 B [ .AID r :
Jacksonville. Feb. 1, A. I.. 53.Tbe .or Ladies,Misses and children shoes AND B.5rLLUDmExT,SAVANNAH;cxo.rjlHE : } world beg lean to inform will be forfeited., '
and for sale at the Cheap Case Store of Subscriber most Invites tgmmwmfmf f undersigned I such claim : .
Mxt regular communication of ibis Lodge J n20 BUIODGOOD fc BOUSE. JL call at his Establishment respectfully where every effort ] 30 East Say. $authcf Hie Post Office. :I. the citizens of Jacksonville; and country, I. JOHN \\VILSON.--
win V* leon Taecdajr erening the 15th Inst- that he has removed to cued the new and spaCiOUS
will be made to satisfaction.' The largest C. commou.q'Gead-Jpfcei
at 7 .'clock.liww.I.sportanee. give CHARLESTON Stores, of Dr.. Byrn*,,waere Ae-hopes to
NOTICE. and most varied assortment of Cooking and Parlor to podS 214tII -s-- ,,
ready purchasethe
rcqiires foil and pane- meet hi friends and patrons as :
tail Stoves from the best Manufactures. All Bale-well-selected in times the -. .
for articles as past;
atUudwjce Brethren will. toke due DoLice'lereof mUE Suiscrjber offers very many cheap C
THE expiration six weeks I will'ap kinds:of Hollow Ware Hardware, Cnttlery, NOTICE; I
convenient and
androrerntbemMlrM aecArdinelr. AT JI assortment of the above.Goods,specially will be spacious neat, pleasant
to the Commissioner of Pension for Brushes.Guns double.. tor- ; : demands *:n.
.Wooden-ware and
-single having agato
a.LL
'F.C.DARRETTSec'y.7DIED. to the Southern trade,which will be sold. for Ladies All goods will be sold as reduced persons
-. duplicate to Land Warrant number ..10,244 issued barrels Pistols Brittania and Glass Fluid Lamps adapted lowest rates for cash or approved paper; nearly at cost, in order to clear off A. &..of Joha"W.Powers late Of Cs&usa IJ -
the
tome on the 7th'da, of,October, 1351,for'. ke. &3.> Also.constantly manufacturing all ,at Merchants'visiting'the.city are invited,toss_ the'winter prices stock to make ready tfor' the Spring. bia county deceased,are hereby notified $0 F5 r
160 acre trader act of.Congvessjie.ssed' Septem- kinds of Plain, Planished sad Japaned Tin-ware, :H .. The stock consists ot Prints, Ginghams, Figured sent them duiypravsa.witki*Ute'1H Inserip ,, -
Om the 6th initial rendenee of J. C. Hem- 28, 1850 which has been stolen from my boose. Camphene aad Burning,. Fluid constantly on ins.ectionofthe.tock.. LA.FR1NGLE" de Wines,an wool,Plain and fie.which will be b.r law,.r t.ia otlce .ill_JIhad ia.6f,, .. '
: '
And I wsrn all not to trade for the said hand0">2wy) ..LMAUR1CE.I1PrERswoitJ .' and aU iade't.e4. .4'.'- .
ia.ltr.. R..HEMMING,recently from Wuiek persons : fstj3Southoftbe I'OsIDC&, sold very eheap;Bombasines,Alpacas, Mobalra llle; persona
Warrant inasmuch 1 have neither sold .30 E '. Plain mab tmme ia&e peaL' -
Ura,Eaglaad 7J. as assigned CirlestonS c. CbaJ Bloon' Mermoe*;Fisf"4 are requested "l\t.i
aged
nor empowered any.person. to aen,assign jsn6m. Italian Silks,wide BUck do.all Wool Flannels A.J..T..WJUllTJP. -
Jaedadnvflle,'on &heIth'iwt;"ft.It F1TZIIUCH or locate the same for me. : ,: -: < 'it" SneetiBRS,' Shirtings'TableLinens, .lisinsak ..1me.Ada"J'' '.,."'.i -
> feb3.6wECHAED TILUS. '1).If 1'JU.TJ.Q.N! : Tr About& enty very fine silk and satin Anipt4w.auaq7th2.: ; 13 ,a utire of kindri*. Va.. ,.,but lalteriy FOR'CASH ONLY. OotbivJEo _. 'AJACk'SON .
it1g'underthe.k Bonnets of the latest fall Cuwons will b.iold at '. .
a resident Letustana.. Charleston, Jan.1".- nrom"J1Rr.r'heretorore. : who slabtosupplythemaelveswiLh ltUM"EPI&TeJr..t'i. !
informs chanee forttom
undersigned1 Til
fBlHE respectfully. of.Pl ts.Bowden to cost:thkirill a raw
.vir&4& l UTE- have this day associated' Mr. THO name and style, miner Hates large a.vMrtmentof VILLE.- EAST FDOIDA.i 4
pen peeppy._ ,1' friends and the public that ha JI prepared b.olredbyinutusL. consent. James I VerY
this -
'day
V V MAS H -
CROFT hi knn'ncn with ?* m.1 'Casb-i -,
P1ain.F1and.Embrni4 : .
to lJdem&Db ; 'ii
against
. N..tAodlBf from th e Sehr.P. K.Arer., aad the style of,CIIAFEE;St.AM AND&CROFT, executeCARPENTER'SWORK said Plummer-flrz EIq.'will,aU-ner'sindebted settle ,.nt, ..Ieaemkepa7Ztto mere Shawls Silk 5Iantiflas,at exceedingly'low man PROPRIETOtt. of'this'i..-'knowi.o -
aU ky the. Jeliber:' '" and would solicit for the sew firm continuance thomuUowde12, asheu lb. prloes Laces sue Embrtfideries,* erT' neb as- : JL House to pleased Junoanee>,to;aisrvia'It
riowlallalf and whole bbls.; of the favors,heretofore bestowed on of every description, irnonScub t rm,.ani'no proJMIrlJrIOD'IJAtES.PLU UIER. aort.meD, Paris Kid Glows, silk ds.,Jfn and !patrons,and: those visiting the "Seaay SeathT'. '- -.

hatter Good qaalit Yours,rery respecttufl .* other. All work done by me shall give satisfaction 1.- : ., Khort Silk Lace.Mitts-Bonaci. Ribbons Neck for beaUb or pleasure,that' :I."ji4l5il ,
JAMES LIVINGSTON Agent. CHAFEE>r. AMAND. both as to.quality, and promptness in its performance. Man ariD.Ian. 29't832. ; :'' '-Ji'-u:. .:, aDd Bolt c1; Wan Cambric.Ildkts, Embroidered, His House has nea.rcuiitltM!
a e
Jaeksoartlte Feb. 9th 1S53. WE Respectfully Invite.jour attention to oar '_- '+*.. "f' ." ,.t and Ptdnfrom 12J cents to ti 10.BDr'aael OoU ,11,1" ".;
stock -'of Winj Liquors.Cordials. Tobaeco, I shall bebappyto receive any orders for.workfor ." -.;: +':' 'Yen":J e n.' J. : lk Hose at(I OVand in fad every'artich of ; 'Tatlon'" ...4.' ;"
.
JUST RECEIVED,yet Rnooner D.K.Alcr, Segmrs&e,hich we feel assured can be offered which. my, charges will be. moderate.. J : lashioBabte dress goads can be had at New York and has been well fitted ajt salt I a4aP I
Cor ale at at prices that,win compete with. oar most favored 1L. U. ODDIN'; TJTUST,RECEIVEU" frssheupp1yOtwbItacp prices Gentlemea are solicited, t' call and**:. dious.having most of his Rooms --
The markets.::; *' ; Jacksonville,Jan.27.I3. 8m' .' aadpiak Hslatinei Cooper'*sheet and shred amIne..Urg stock of Ready MadeJlotlunr, FURIsIII. : ) WTTB NEJVI'UR1cI-TZ., -
Cheapest Cask $, I Having extensive engagements 'with some'of Isinglass,BrasH do.(very nice.Insb.Moss.. &c.., also Cloths Cassimeres.;Vltul t'tIrwe"'"Chy ._ -'..ENTlR.E.Iitt: : ,'
Bbli aad Hf do,Floar,fresh Canal the most respectable firms Europe,our customers -' NOTICE.- for waking,Bl'iUnge.Jeny.fco;; And ,'WrapPers; ,Collars;and fewral assortment ; Tbe Proprietor has also seeured.tae eervlaee eeT-,
CkeMe aad Batter, Orange county; can be assured of the genuineness of the' Liquors IXTYDAS from date I keprobate.of For aleby' -, ,' or gentleman" ware, tJooto, Shoes.,;Bootees,Gaike.Tbepa a ldyof1ong- standing jffldr aIIoa.'&'
BVU aad Kegs Lard Ko I Leaf; which we may sell' them r ADd oar*direct I the nuncupative will of George W. Stewart Janl tJNQ..M.: .,PAYNE. Druggist ierelipers..Ties. ; Je are reapec. HouteKeeper.He will spare.aoJia'It
.YW1. be. \ importations enables us to supply them on terms deosasea before the Judge of Probate for. Columbia ( FARIN AsJL fully tcScited o call and examm goods and price this House Mie- of the best ia Florida sad hepeft'j

Also Ia re-' as advantageous as can be.offered any northern. .. county and hereby notify the next,of .rTOPKH ai, SAGO"; HECKER *for tncmselves' BrneI1ew 4Jock'second by keeping a good house,and giving bin personalf: .
B baft prime Green Rio Coffee;. market. '_ : kin to the deceased,that they may come.forward Pearl B a 81. : ; door,coraer... .I Bay, ,aDd' .}- wull'ftreets. attention to business-- .eout.;-recuira.th s.
S 4*' A G.TmlIDIDiJa"Coffee; When you visit oar City we shall take pleasure and contest the fame if theyseeL------- > -, 'Tb abovrjustwel by. .. r. 'febStf... IL'4'4E1tgAN. patronage'of the public ; ..
nm "i-
Wi&It a.large sad fCMral awortinmt of GroJtc. waiting upon yon feeling 'assured that"from : ". CHARLES. WAJtT.January Jan 13 JM.J!P : lie respectfully solieiu a eaQ'fT.1Is. ki4

., VroriIioDI k. For sale. .. .. the variety and extent of onr-stock win find .191853., %.& and. Tran11era PuaaH1.' :.: :: '1 '

_FeblQ VfHa .WAV RJtCO.Cliarlesion ino'yoar ntnelUo make year purekases with IlL : .-- -.idonoagake1avi. -.. iXllUJi UBW)8-. A larr and atoiisavo. .Ltwy. -.1e.slushIad .-
'
.
Should 1011 favor 111 with yourordors,the rea"- TAX'NOTICE.: frtTtuartiCt0 just r.CeIYe b-;-f.' -. muE q'b.m.euio"respeotrnlly (eaU the to tb H- --"- "
cit are.W1Ie taken la.selecting 4. '." "' I The Western Sbg Wvso tbiJhesiotil. *
and Florida patting up : .T'\L'TAYNE.. 1 attention cd'ltia.1eI customers and nwrohaats :
.4. -
year goods,and no efforts win Jbe pared to give I win expose for 1.brfroDi.'oi the Court honso .Ju'13' ___ '. .I .- "'; -_. 1IJ -throughout> the United State and Canada table .arrival. oftbe boat; : '
U.,S. MAIL ,STEAMERS, you satisfaction. { every.particular.. 'door in Nassau county,on the 1st.Monday h stock or Jlubber GoooX.TBaButMtavedJbj hito-. SAMUEL BUFPINTLW :
'C.AMLIBA"< 'Yours very truly; ia July.next,one tract of land>owned by Pet r .I'L. .' '. otice'h: -: 1'-. ,, self expressly for the-spring trade tf MS3. Hh - _Paig'-'

i"1F CHAFEE, B'.'AMAND &.'CROFT., Pont,or heirs of.said Peter Foes,now,residing 'Will :stock of ROBBER CLOTHING particularly September- ;.' Cfrwe angr tie) Warvwu
;
*xn' o. i.CHArrr,' -, .*,. ._.; in Cuba. Said tract of land eonUJas nine bun 4..'LL perus indebted 10 the undersigned ;aIlt hasaever .
"".It.711'01&,1' x'W''IIT.&JfAD. dred acres'more or less} said land being and lying 4. pleaae oom.Jorward and-seWs.;their ac.eounti deserving bees w eompletc a** jesr reiT-w-Bnrjg, nor the articles more pevct.--WCalOTw. .. .nnaK..c..a"*. .*...'et MtMswjOTC'John ;7aK.>!. -. '4'ftU.
fb3zt called Jr1jUa9I1ramp the 1 must han meoe7IO melt mrenpg1'Dtil. .
i BOLB.CZOT, : ; on a awamp ,on south side as .
to Palatial i.:.to 30Jloures. # f iMMSII WaMlillS IMtMHMIilllMHlMMSHMMMWatclies of said Mills'.and adjoining the lands'cf>JamesHigginbotham. '. Jl'Io.IJ..1'ANt. 'AN EXTENSIVE TOGKOf "--k?jrP-W
Tbe CAROLINA wffl ieavo Chariestoa ;.Gold and Silver Ware. JBaid land to bo told-to satisfy ,Jan 13, ,i.'::1 :bea. ;;Pants,::OveTalls,.lJei Hc'.B ,, Car. Cat1aatbeW.Icb. ) ". 4 r.
? .rdaYa&IP. M. every, the tax and expenses of A D., 1832.AJlBRADDpCK i.Tiag Cloth,.Wading rants;rianers. YGlons ,Tht 8iBJa..ett7tor.e4..... '. Q.. .
LtT&&ev.ryMondsy&t7 Returningw A. M U' k5V PA- ..lta. '.k co.t. -., ,.Tax Collector? i -. F 'Wav r''G ... ; : .Caps Maehiae Bolttaf,. 'Encino' w.1 : :.- .f- ;
PicoUta *. M.rh.nU "" Life'Pi 'iAir il Stn'vi*< 'W.*"w.tlalaetioa i i Ike II1. .
A. K.rw.rdlns '. : eservcn, Bajts : ftlK
Jaa27-td I Nawaueounty. Com1l"'Iaa1oa..4 ; .
&u4 # kOBrU"Tnetdayat S A.M. WHOLESALE .. of ? JL t,. &made sad fluid ia QaiIt
Rabber Goods
,. ; tad deseriptiosi
AND. : Whips every
. FL01UlJA. "
wm .laav., stt.ut.n., JEWELRY
HOUSE aforementioned Jobs Webb -eel
; :- ?IeId74&.Z P" M. :a.mralne,will leav Pa-ry ,:o.227 Baltimore st.SEeorofCbgrte ak :r JoT & 8Tr..a:01oD of ."lackloDymi-- Beate.ia Oroe- Prod. ioll..ChoteetW-_ .- .- eonstontry v* baud., The above;are:r arraated:. the thi.Cirwrit,bat in the State of FteriSa,.., i' I
be
: climate and will sold a&
I&tkTbtT$44 aad Alligator Plank.Road and egZ5J1'Mfl&5W4.uragse.as. to stand any most reasonable
10 o'clock A M.i.BUok Creek Company;an hereby LIquors i
Western Circuit is ordve4 tal
. Ea li and Swiss Watches : bIb .It
I P I4. < & -raof1': ; prices..Orders solicited andpromptlr attsadsd -
FMay.4o'eloek IJlPORTERII.f notified that the amount of stock required by the fovLASUenhY4' **
. A.M.'
Ahl1tII tat"ef
.' aaif oa a e
WMdhss.Makers Fla.iecj&itere. answer
; description, Jacksonville E. / appear
Tb... to byt 4
charter authorise t.r' ,
&y. :
.tesaeruc.ncoeswtt all tb. interior and-!' of fine .0o14J.welrj., sa4d-company organiie oi.D.UODGMAN271\bidea'J..a. April MzU.atherwiM'.thoWiB .
;
/ a.aa v-jte .
-; tr1&i a.Ti!Bait. York..Florida*ad wwaeet both ays We call the atteaUoa Southern aad,Waiters has been taken give motioo Therefor to Stockholders the undersigned,Commissioners that- :) ..I'rI"Jkaai i. .First ooraev from Breadriy.sRdi9N..atreetJi..1"ort. .. I be UAea pvoconfegso sfitnstttkorderb '". ,.

fM-ftrttMp solin&.1l.a4s4s > dealers ia.Watehes.Jewelry and Slver Ware,to .di. .' : *,jwWW*d.in some JI
,.1M an election)f'Directors t. terra for the term oreN "USTUCVDd if

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,' v'ars "Palatb't 1o.: cant to mrpass. am,either Ja qaaojtitf, quality l. t"f.l d flit jbijf', iA"'.8.D.FtvrAzntz1DLt ,' -t' ....>."'rH 01'ft ,t = ;' .::" ( )- .JOS:1t.-
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I ; _petD orll !.r.l'... : :! '; : .' ,ELEVEWSAFES of different.makers consum SNETHENflfK H ;f 'c1' $',<.."..
ii Thi New andRegnlarllnTcT Packets between ..with their contents -The Safe mad byJ Blab& Means..A: ttomeys$-and Counsellors.ofthe,SOK S ;
,. : 8a .ir. L.I.tt."be!..i the. expiration. : New York,Jacksonville;and Palatka, composed Co.defied the flames and brought put its contents preme Court of tho United :. s-c-- t.

;V T th. .lt aiied:$i. DR. J. S.HOUCHTON'Sr by the new and fast-soiling schooners" >' without.*mark D!.fire jipon Jthem I I.r.< ; ,-,,. I I1II.OILflERT' ;'This! establishment i 'is formed11.. the i'oUowlsgobJeetas ,- 'Yot .

.: Ah..rtil eiiueuU\-unM Inserted ai the following Joseph Orlee, 270 tons, A.ROGERS Com'r \ .? LETTER, : -K-TFor practicing law in th Jr m. -_-aTitl1 of t

:V; j rates: !l w JMl ij Jcr iquare'bf w.1.lhiea)for .V -. : JTrnry 0i, 160 tons'J.'So ROGE11S' Cpm'ri TUI-. .IS..rLETCHUl, ', AND PEAR tsra lI..T.Ncw .\ United ttes.and conductIng)profesrfonaj\ : '

the firs *n4'cvciUyTl:1ve.CcaU: for every subsequent will ply, regularly,between the ports.. : You 'De O.--1S151 business before Congress.- .
; Messrs.'STEAMS and J/AUVU,successors to U % Fot.the proseeutiro andr.&veryOfafl claims '.
injertipn liberal Agent in : ; '. .,
Advertisers $ New.York..t rJ
H r To yeftrly : JOSEPH GRICE- Water it.- RICH Co.No..149 Water Street,Aew York.SIM .- in law or equmty.sgaIusI.thelJiaitsLtatC before

t t' t dUcount'wUl-j- te.waAo.\ ? 4, : nonts(except uy per*oas a i ing a running account S ::BlSREE&CiNQrA.' ? Business No. 210,Pearl Street,i was absent in against-foreign. Governments'before Board of

wftk th. offiec) wute paid for previous to publi- Agent PalatkaT .r Renulaer County testing new,'cleaning apparatus Commissioners. -t '
; connection wltb Excelsior Thrasher t :
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t R. K. DUKE.All oy 3 For the settlement of accounts with the S .
: f Uoa":.', -. and did not read the account until I was fearful it State.Treaawy.Warf Nary,'Post Office andjntezIor .
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.I., : l'.r*>nYkt'a .lltai>yftngoTern! their remUt -I goods directed, .to'their. ,.care, win promptly) ; was too late to save my hooks which were'placed Departments and obtaining the 'remission :
forwarded. ,
= idvertlaS'n'by the following rates 1 in one of your safes purchased from.Jr : knees : .
for Sept.mber4thI252. when : .
: ,JJ/y fears not allayed '
1 -V some years ao. were violations tho reyenuepost;office. or other IamWaea' 11. L k ,' "' f
tIt : One iqnare (twelve line) published x months i ,"V I found it necessary upon my return to apply the : laws. ;*. ; ;;: : : i7fakes' ;
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** > FOR;:PHILADELPHIA. Water 40 ,enabled to V the'richestT! iiies. iL. r )
+ tier .., .' : '. .' $1000 Croton hoUfll' before was t '4.iForseearinr letters patent for Inventions ? e.
TwojfoiixiflOfltb t.; *, 13 00 TilE TRUEDIGESTIVE .- commence operations; after which i, required M from the.United ptatcs or from foreign Governments and most permanent latter of any I Sbsy...:f fevr'I: ,
". PHILADELPHIA : hours of labor and application to raise .the.Sala. in'use '. "r*
FLUID) V ,and procuringla1)d warrants and pensions ing Soap noT ;,
10 00 j'j
.: 'J' Legal and other Business. Qsus,1ran. Ii. ANDSAVANNAH m" mander from its ashy bed. You mar Judge of my under,the,, various pension.. laws,of the United 't t ",
i l'; Notices. debtors and creditors 700ArpBcatSou GASTRIC JUICE S-- anxiety during this delay, and my 'agreeable surprise States.- : ," '. ;; :f
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f t.: for1vttc' administration, 5 00 .Steam' 'Navigation S 'Company, upon opening the safe in the 'presence >of a 5.{For c011ectlou'generall"! ,embracing debts,' .LEONARD'SrFfcAVORINjuoSTRACTS'namely ,.f'
.-r p !. Prepared from KENSET, vr'the"fourth"sTOMACHor number of gentlemen to find 1IIY, books and papers legacies and inheritances,ia the United States .
for'disuiisial Admin '
Notice or AriilicaUon* aa THE ox, after directions of Baron LIEBIG saved, and legible as they.were previous to and foreign countries. _. "/I,.* :' .' Lemon,.Yanila, ..., .
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f tn.tor; :: ,, $1000 the great Ph arilogicalChem.ist.by J S..Houghton STATE The-new OF aud'GEORGIA splendid,'.of1200.Idewheelsteam.tons .ihip the fire. ..The intense heat to which the Safe was "; 6.;For the purchase and sale of lands>in'any of ,Peach, Orange' 'fori''Cakes,,\Puddings,:r" 4 -

: Forannoaaecincntof candidntesforo.tBcc, 5 00 M. D., Philadelphia Pa. ". J. E.-Walton has,commenced he register. subjected,can be conjectured IfCm'the conditionof the State Territories of the Union,and loanIng I Pies Custards Creams lees,",tiie.. .
This is a truly wonderful remedy for Indlges-- Captain ; ;regular another safe; [not a Salamander] of which an on' of 'real estate*lying '
the moneys mortgage and
unless same choice exceedingly 0
No be made and will leave Savannah Wednesday Very coatenreuv
trips ,
announcement
;i. sion, Dyspepsia,Jaundice,Liver Complaint Constipation -; iron skeleton frame only remained,and not a ves-, therein. ;
q I be COUafl1CIkWU1l tho amount charged. and Debility curing after Nature's I the 2d day of June, and every alternate' edneedB t.lgo oC a book. .They werecompanions:; in the 7. Foriavestmentof funds in'United' States: Housekeepers'.should never be'; itbout'them. 't,

: ,f Editorial.notices; .for priva'te beiefit will be own method, by Nature's own agent, the Gastric thereafter-say on the 16th ,and 30th June, came office, on.the_second floor; from which-they and State stocks and loans,collection of the dividend Those' ;who delightin,the ideUcious -,

':Ii elisrged double tbe,rate of Advertising.lUllslons Juice., ? ,- ". 14th and 28th July. 10th,and:' 25th, :.August'. : and. soCahin'Bassage fell upon crates of earthern ware ia the cellar;the thereon and, generally for the transactionof I flavor' and exquisite 'perfume, ot ..::1.Frui&l' 4.
< will CO-Half a teaspoonful of Pepsin, infused hi Dn, : 2& ruined safe upon the alamander1f. their position -business pertaining to alaw;'loan,-and I : and Flowers, .will.find ''In these.: V .
notices to Philadelphia |
: l'\ ,Obituary and Marriage water, will digester dissolve F pounds of roast ; : bid been reversed.not;even:.the.skeleton bankingacener. '
stomach- Through Tickets to New York 25 would have remi1nedXty loss''*vef*tho insurance Flavoring Extract ,all that: hey .eta, ::
tJl; b.publIJhcdgfltlLp thief in about two hours, out of the -*, All communications >addressed, postpaid to
.> Communication*must be post paid.B Pet,in is the crcat clement or treat Digestive Steerage, : -. .9, is ftl.900.yet the salvation of my books.in Messrs.Palmer & Soethen. American and FGreigq desire .1 ..,__

.;1 -.-. --. -- principle! of the Gastric Juice-the Solvent of the This ship hat been built with entire regard to your Salamander, with the representatives Agency city ot; WmsbngWnwIlireceiro' 1-"-LNARD'S LEMON. SYRUP being :
! '- Fbod, Purifying, Presentfr;, and Stimulating safety eo .foft and-dispatch, and offers new.and $100,000, and important documents which could prompt and faithful attention.. : ,
'If.r i UU' 'E S S CAI D S.r Agent of the Stomach and Intestines.- is admirable facilities to business and travel.', For not be duplicated has fully compensated me. .1'ALMEK. fc StfETIIEN, 'made from Faurr instead.of (fromAcids, .

'1k : extracted from the Digestive Stomach of the Ox, ,freight. pusa e.a plr.to' : v It will afford me great pleasure to .'exhibit the Office N'o.6 Carroll Place, Capitol IlilLJnlyS. I as are all the ordinary kinds"Irootonly: ., !:

.*'* thus- forming AS AUTIFICIAI. DIOESTTVE FLHID, V PADELFORD, FAY It:CO";, new safe purchase or you,and explain its merits I. ., lawtl., far more pleasant bat also mora health '
FRW.'CLAY BARnETT, precisely like.tbe natural.Gastric Juice ia its ,.-Agents in Savanaah. at my present office,No.251 Pearl, street,.where I 'fuI and wholesome and makes .the',most t'
>ot ry PubJIc, aad llERON'1t .MAItTINJui8'tt / shall remain until the new, building,. No. 216 is '
f r chemical and furnishing a comp'rte and ,
powers 'Land
Bounty General Agency agreeable of summer drinks.LEONARD'S .
CoutmtMlourr f"r taking ArkuonletlgMiritt ptrfcrt sut'stilntef.ir it. By the aid of this preparation Agents In Philadelphia. erected. ? .Yours. respeetfnlly/ .
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i.I evils of and JOSEPH G GH.OERTJ; .D. C. MUSTARD.
of Ilrr*, the pains and Indigestion cha1eitona1ui Florida .Lin Washington,- : Those desirous -
I olucr'lui'truaient of Writing lo be used in .DyspepMa are removed,just as they would be bya I e. 4 The"undersign d invite country merchants and V T. WALKER wiU' give' prompt of using Mustard that is l not half 'l .
: And JOSEPH ,
t : healthy Stomach. 11 is doing wonders fo Dyspeptics '- others interested in the preservation of their books 'attention to the BOUNTY rice-floor and 'wish it'perfectly ?pxi' <\
x' the r'tatei of cnring coses of debility, emaciation nervous Th Splendid JTetr Packet-steamer from fire, [but particularly those having'Rich's LAND CLAIMS of officers and soldiers ,-
: ., engagedin Pure lIas'
.. t A'I decline, and dyspeptic Consumption,. safes In to call the 146 Watr- should try5Leonard'a rd'and S
I KKW V01.K AND PESSSVI.YAXIA.E. supposed FLORIDA use] at depot street. the FLORIDA WAS, or in either of the INDIAN ''
: to be on the derge of tbe grave. The ScientiCo New York, to lee the interior of ,Mr. (Gilbert's : they will njol'an'article Tery di'enn'
WARS U.
in which the States have been
. :}t.: oOmoo.'with E. L. Harriuua & Co., Jack- : evidenced on Which"it is based is in the CHARLES WILLEY; COMMANDER, safe with the books undisturbed, which'hul has or the War with Great.Britain' of-1812 engaged-to, from what Is usually called MustardV .

P: onile. HoriUa.. OctrUtfJT highest degree curious and remarkable. IS now running' rcgnlavly'on .the kindly permitted: remain for the'satisfaction. claims on the,U.States for .JUIUTAKT SERVICES; '-"
V V
. .. .--. Line between Charleston, and and gratification of the pnblio. I,
k 4 SUPPLIES,PENSION, LOST PROPERTY, &0., and to
i fl': ; ,. J, P. Sanders, SCIENTIFIC EVIDEf CE.- the St. John's river _' (ft-Orders for Burglar Proof Vaults, and Vault any description of business requiring an Agent or
:: Baron LIEBEO, in his' celebrated work on Animal The following tchedule has been adopted, which Doors promptly and faithfully executed. '. Attorney at Washington. For: procuring Land Bardotte s Tasteless

r f ATTOKKBV AXD .COCNSEI.I/ AT tAW Chemistry, says "An Artificial Digestive shows the hours of arrival,and.departure at the .STEARNS &MARVIN'S Warrants his charge will be *5. ..In other,cases '.
l 'f \"IXG'TMl1'.Te.l bin office from Colombia 1 Fluid anakgous to the Gastric Juice. may be various ports: /" '_ S Successors to Rich & Co. the charge will be proportioned to the nature and w -

: ', HA C-ount) -Jacksonville, Duvol County, readily prepared from the mucous membrane of Leave Charleston Tuesday at 8 o'clock',.x. 146 Water street and corner Avenue A and .St. difficulty of the case.: '.. WORM StrAR.DflOPs'

t..: fi. respectfully'iufunus big friends that ha will continue the Stomach of the Ox, in which various articles Leave Jacksonville Wednesday,at 3 o'clock P.v. Marks Place New,York; He will also act in connection, with? Agents or 1 _, ,
P the l.w profession, as formerly. of food as meat and Eggs, will be softened, Leave Picolata Wednesday at 7 o'clock p. M. Owners of the exclusive right"of Rich's Patentfor Attorneys in Florida who may be employed in 1 :: .- ',' -' "

. :t .i ii> -,.-;1)ratth.'f'.f.t cuh and everv lenu Of- clianeed.and dieested. just in.the tame manneras .V ." RETURNING, : the whole of.the United States and the.only Bounty Land and'other claims on terms which i, f;.s ;,.tt :,\
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tbe'Cfawiit''C- url'In'; the several Counties of they would be in the human stomach. Leave Palatka Thursday, at 7 o'clock A. J.- makers of Salamander safes combining Both patents may be agreed upon.' Letter: [which should bepost : ', riJ'dt IV-5i-

:.: the Eastern Judirinl Circuit, the County of Dr. COMBE, in his valuable writings Cln' the Leave Picolata Thursday, at 10 o'clock A.v. commonly called RICB'S safes or USER'S paid] will receive immediate attention. S.- '
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mq. 1 : ll.Tni1i.nn jo tlio .lidd.1e Circuit, the Supreme Physiology of-Digestion. observes that "a Leave Black Creek Thursday, at 1 o'clock P.x. Salamander Safes, with Rich's. Improvement., June 5. Iawtf.V .fj -'. ,'. : .
Court at St. diminution of the due quantity of Gastric Juiceis Leave Jacksonville o'clock F b.5 ; ; !
'ICourt.Tallahassee and the U. S Friday, at 3 A": ]. .l852.-3m. .,. "
, : Anguftiue. All bu.iuc:* entrusted to his care a prominent and all-prevailing cause of Dyspepsia The accommodations for nassentrers are unsurpassed Notice. 1
ft 4t will reeeire llronll'"at tenuon.I1 and fie states that a distinguished professor by those..of any boitererplaeed on theSt. LAND FOR SALE' IN FLORIDA i V _

Address'-J. P. A'AXDEIISOS, Jacksonville, of.mtdicine in London, who was severely John's.. Freight and passage, AS low,as by situated on the head waters :TO TIlE OFFICERS AND SOLDIERS .

{.J41iI ftuvat Vountv, ft..J. afflicted with this complaint, finding every thing any other line. ', -V : 12,163"crel', a1iax river,'Orange county, OF THE SEYERAL.WARS SINCE

.'il'it. J a.ck u,.i lc..J an. 17. J;(. tf else to from fail, bad the recourse stomachs to of the living Gastric'aniraalswhich Juice, obtained Any farther information can be obtained by applying East Florida S ;V 44 miles south of St.Angustine-fi- : TIlE REVOLUTION.,

" '.' ------1- completely .." S to either of the undersigned agents bounded on the North by lands of J. J. Bulow, BY: recent Act of Congress, officers and sol- ..
jrrotcd /
'I! JamesW. Bryant, Dr. GBAIIAM. author" of the famous works on J. W.CALDWELL, Charleston. deceased, and on the south by lands now or lately (who have not received) are entitled j .
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1\ ATTOB.nr AND COUXSEI.I/JU-AT-I.AW Vegetable Diet," says It is a remarkablefact J3ELLECHASSE Jacksonville.R. FJNNEGAN.- the property of.Marquis de Fergeaud ,The to BOUNTY LAND,for serrice1 of one ,month ,
it: .r! ab- greater portion of said lands'are covered with a or more the widows,and minor children of thosedeceaseJ
the stomachs of
i when business I''luire.I.i in physiology that animals
Will ( may R. Palatka.
t. except REID also entitled The Subscriberwill calomel in .
growth ofLiveOak and Cedar, and .weQ are They"contari no or .
to l'r"fclII5lCmalaptJ in to the fluid the are merenry
'iU1: }, enc4 from the Stats) attend macerated water impart property September 23, 18.)2. tf '
t pointments iu tbe Courts of the EiitUrn Circuit of dissolving various articles of food, and of i adapted to thejrnltivation of Sugar Cane and the undertake a moderato compensation the any form, 'or any- deIetermou* ingredient* i'

; :: of : an.1 'in. the Fed.ral Court for the effecting a kind of artificial digestion of them in New Grocery and Provision Store. Upland portion to that of Long Staple Cotton. claims of those interested.. Having been employed whatever, 'and are at once' attractive, to.1:$
: { in office for several his
Lying on. a navigable stream for flat boats of public years, experience ,
Northeru.bi4riCt oS Florida. wise different from the natural < ,
os4tatm no digestive pro- SUBSCRIBERS taken the the pleasant to;the taste. and curs 11/.
I ** THE 2 having three feet draft of,water, these lands. are conveniently in such matters will enable him to afford great eye
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: ,; ', ,UC WIU. \t.'o ACT AS AGENT WW cj-CftlI on Bay St., formerly occupied. bt situated for forwarding produce. facilities to claimants>for LAND AND PiiNSI in their operation.- Children eat, them .t

' ;.fl' :., for .neraij.liidmcu lii the State, respecting circular) ntb Agent, and get amount descriptive of scientific -I Alsop & Hours would invite the attention of purchasers j For terms apply to O. DREW; ON S, and save them a great deal,of trouble : with great aridity and pleasure 'k. -.'R
gratis, giving a large
the location
of lands and to their
, = grout*aud :donation with large and general assortment of, At this Office-or to and expense. Where he obtains nothing, no '
evidence similar to the above, together "
I L.,r...... or selling thcr f. reports of remarkable, cures,'from all parts of the Groceries,Provisions, &c. &consisting V V ',In par. C.'Wi DOWNING;Tallahasw:., charge is made. All letters post-paid will receive :
. f ** *: "i... ,U AQK\T United States of' .' August 19-tf prompt attention and the necessary forms and UTICA )) 2 185i: .
. :i I: for fhe eolecth of Claims upon the United F1 nf. Fulton Market Beef. Bnttcz. instructions V Gent.-The frequent calls and favorable .
1 AS A DYSPEPSIA CURER.Dr. .' Corn. Mess Pork.,. ,Lard., sent.C. ,
5Utes/ur .:ilitarVur.other services pensions, f Union Agricultural Warehouse W. BENNETT. Att''S -. '
t-- supplier,.funiv-Uril'volunteers,and for horses or Houghte. '. Pepsin, has produced the most.ma"eUoul Rice., Pickled Shad. Cheent 1 V S 'Washingten.-D., ,reports ;we get.of,the _oae, of.JJu :,

: I other 'luit,for which_the United States effects, in curing Diseases of: Debility,. MackereL _. __ __ AHD/ :- October,1SjSO-. ..tfTo DOTTE'S ,Wont SCOAB; Dxops, ,rcmioda me" it

:i .; !-. L'" _Pmatir___'__n_.. _Nsrrnni_ __ fiecline._____,_and___ _DvsnenticConSumption. -. u "Choice Hams. SEED. 'lSCOB.E'J: 'of.the ;promise recently madef to, Kndr ,i
; :irizn; 8ctiluraJ# W D. will also It iiimmib1e to give the details of I Bacon V Sides&Shoulders.Powden 23 :i Druggists :you some'certificates taken by ui. Herewith -
:r attend t& the oolk-cthm of Claims and other Pro cases in the limits of this advertisement; bn|.authenticated Starch. Win No.' FCLTOX-STUBET, ".NXO1LK.' will find of :-

F f .I.Dul incMia juglazi1and,on the Continent certificates have been given of more I. Shot.CandIe& L Liquoa. THE undersigned tsolicit:.the attention of all. Apothecaries PerfamersConfeclioner: ; Hubert' copies tvrck iilartuL ..
iI of Kuroj*, than two hundred remarkable cures, in Lead. Soap '- ,Segara of implements "for.the Farm or 'tent. Mtdicin&Fadorr aridDeafen in and William"S tm to n's. bbtbr

*AnKDvrin:ti*..".ooee, Jona.VL. PKICE, Esq.wilTactJo ,. New York, and Bolltou'lone.: Philadel'I.phI. Paints, Ow,'Drugs;&0; & ..-.lVhlchtbey will Plantation to their ,assortment, which includes Toilet:arid Fancy'Articles ': honest and reliable men;the latter Mviag .

k[, hi* l..U" Florida. iieiiyly*U desperate eaes,and the cures were not I sell low FOE CASH., ,_, ? many of the most recent Improvements in the nACTICAL&DvlSEnp.* or, Com 'been knowntome, nearly twenty year,,
i,. --AmazcjathcsonUle.Eut FloriiU.' only rapid and wonderful, but permantlltj j S Their stock'of i goods -having'beeo"pnrehased: lending articles''ill; theiriine all of which they THE J of over One Hundred Recipes, forth .To-day farmer. called ,and tbs "
rot
t It is and particularlyuseful solely for eh tUy. rthemstlTca: that they will sell to insure '
-- 1. a great nervous antdoLe.! at'prices satisfaction to tb TOW 01 Drqo t Apoth8cari .perfamcrs, second box the first
: .
sell them terms which"will make it oh. : having been. admin-t
)E AnSON for tendency to Bilious disorder/Liver can on an buyer-especially RaOway-findtess Chain Powers Talent '
Confectioners
: Medicine '
-r : Jl.f\J.'l Complaint; Fever and Ague; ore badly treated ject, to buyers to.pnrchM of them, _. for one or two horses,of"the Wheeler patent, Dealers in Toilet and FaneyArtic1es.Factors.- and istered with Tory faToratle TesnlU, ioma, ;

.4yWT.R'flv/r: ,AT LAIV.IIAtiu.rcin .., Fever and Ague and the evil effects Quinine, ?F.WAVER & CO.J so often awarded the first"premium at tho State HOlL4 &EVERETT, GraduaWnlll\lembor Edited or by .two .orjhree b since to a daathtei'. ,
: ia .yc of jlnthla
L cUc i.rti K*<1ern and Southern Cir. College Pharmacy in:the -city,01 New.York; : ,case,> ',"
will
ra r | after A long sickness.. !'Also, for excess in .- ed. Railway' Powers;'warranted/; Warren'r & Alsor-The celebrated,Recipe:of.Professor\Vil- the parents did not how that the chfld '
of and in
cults Court
REMOVAL.M'
tbemqWvIMe tbe.hUte, J :i,
. eating, and the too free use of ardent spirits./ Trimble'atrOD Sweep ;Powers"Taplia' Circular ;
; lard for ,
a..1Jf5JUitncU.'uul.t- making good Soap-. necent pound Toided .worms bat she .
Northern per
the District ;
' Power flazroe ;immediately Je.1. :
". almost recoDiUe.lltallh.with Intemperance -' Plows, ;Fan Mills, Straw Cutters that will wash better and quicker, without labor .
. .f floddau 1i 19.tr. OODY& BOCLTEB.would Inform th lroustomen Portable Burr Stone.Mill.,-Wagon8, Carts, than.any other.Soap ever manufactured. This covered her,health; -" '".' '/ S.

DR.JiS.HOUCHTOW'S and the public that they have &e. &0.:_Field and Garden Seeds of reliable qua. alone is worth fifty times the prico of the book to Truly and respectfiilly yours. .' "*
;, ,7dU-P.f,{I &:I.tA.IAU. removed their Stock of Goods to the new bailding lity Fertilisers, Fruit' and Ornamental Tree any family.. Exclusive wholesale,agent,for the VV1LLIAS1 BRISTOL ; SS

4'4 t'I A :AU &"nr.I, ut ..L.w.OFJr1C One Door East f'the: 'Store ot"Ambier, &. Our descriptive Catalogue illustrated with I cuts, United States and Canada .
will be sent gratis when,',two to four Post Office V -
.H. W..LANDOD10QNassaustreetN.Y.
PI
\ a.t.a.tLA.K.A'1 ,
.Heeg. June
UticA 10 1852.
: ,. Stamps art remitted, according to the distance: .. ,. V ,
;
.t1j WILLpractiee in the Eastern Circuit. Businessatrusjtedtothclr where they are. now.opening a-J IiIIjOIaJId elegant July 29,1852. 3m RALPH & CO. !Price.50- enta. Post.Office Stamps enclosedto I certify that;1 purchased of Mers.Wit. .-
.
tare. J will, be promptly attended V V- *" assortment of : that will Baisroi. & Co day before .
; .- : February., 1852.-IC amount pay for one copy, which will yesterday -'
:ji. ftj-Ssvannnh: .RepnlJtran' please publish tf.,and NEW ,GOODS, State of Florida, In the Circuit Court oftbe be sent free to any part of,the.United States. V a.box of Bardolte's Vermifuge Sa rV .

.44R.- end thfcir. 'iiH to.thK. ,oval, County '. Stationers Booksellers, Newspaper Agents &0., Drops, for a child of mine, fAor and s half'
?4*.. ,- J ._ V CHANCERY. T enclosing a cash remittance will receive the workat .years old'whom>I supposed troubled with" .
discount off.
a large
B. HART A COMPLETE PTOCK OF- april 15 'worms., I .had .trieajprfiet' ,
:
'.V William Cheever.TS. TernJifug
.
',, i" ATTRNFY AT LAW, Fancy and Family Groceries;' i S G f KORGB H. S3)ITJI &> CO. "down,her. lever times,but cbold not doit : '

,J : ..1' 4KL:1I 1VEST,'F1.A., Pro vision?,,Corn, Hay and Flonr; Ellen A. Brockenbrongb, widow' and'adrnx.-. -:of AUCTIONEERING S AND : coiis1o. : without holding her' nose- and ,she, .
Fancy and Staple Dry Goods; William MERCHANTS; -> V :would Tomit all
1 rrlet.i:; e;'in 'the United States and State Courts .Brockcnbrough, deceasedLucy up again. Buk. after. ,
Clothing, Boots and Shoes Brockenbrongh, Arthur S. Brocken JACKSONVILLE :F&LHIE .she eot the .
taste of '
41 } f'.li of the Southern District of Florida.'JniyOtZ' ;- brongh, the vcAzDzopgsbe 1 (
Is sold by nearly ell the Dealers hi fine Drugs and Hats and Thomas \V. Brockenbrongh L S
V Caps; ,George. : Brockenbroogh cried for more. Testerday'arid: to dar
j popular medicines throughout tbe United States.It Sadlery *-' ;George S-Hawkins and'Mary R< % SUBSCRIBERS have entend"into: co- we" her ,
; 7; J S H. is prepared in powder and in fluid form and in ; V Hawkins,,his wife Thomas W. Brocken .purtnersbip for the puepose of. carrying ,on gave the contents" of the boi,-and
BAKER Furniture ,
*' : proscription phials for the use of physicians.. ; ; brough and Johlt'.*; Broekenbrongh; infant the.above i business and are, prepared to make tc da.1, it brooght away "FOUH'ifiEN: :

"t"'nr' ATTOI NEV'AT LAW Private Circulars for the use or physicians may Crockery Glass andEarthen.. ; .* children of John W. Brockenbrough deceased sales either,oa consignment or auction, (one of .LAfiGE:WORMS. eome of them a toot\ '.
il .4ll&or'Cd4uba Co., Ecut Florida. be obtained of Dr. Houghton .or his Agents describing :"Hardware and Cutlery 'kHoIow.Ware *-f v ;.LucyTBMxwell, EHtabethS. Maxwell, Si- the firm being an auctioneer.) Both of_tbe firm ,long *,> ..

a I the whole process of preparation and giving ;:: ; .- t mon Maxwell, Margaret Chaplin Sims, widow are well acquanted with the merchants.and eiti- .* --V MARTIN" HUBER *.
,
-, m.W.HIT: SmITHS the authorities upon which the claims of this Wooden Ware > 1 *' 'and admx. or.William H.Sims deceased,JMartba zeus of the interior which gives them the advan of the ;
: new remedy,rc- based ,As |t is ,no-r. A'SKCEET Mason Sims and another infant child 'of t4ge'of making ready sales of any goode or merchandize lEast .-Big.Basing-' BroadrB UBc. :
U wti. ATTOllKKTS AT LAW, REMEDY no objection CaD bomiaedagaiDIt its Tin:Warp" :r .' "* -,- --T William W. Sims, whose name is unknown to .which may be sent to them ,on consign -- J'.itiC f. ; V '
**I use by physicians in respectable standing and regular CordapeStationery"-" : .- -.i- '' 'complainant ment. -- -5'- ,UiiciNov, ..
'Attisator, CvlumUa Co. East Florida. ; i.- V : : 5 ,::16t.1
_ practice. Price ONE DOLLAR' PERXOTTLE. :;, .,;/ ,1: ". It appearing to the satisfaction-S S this Court.' .They will give their attention to making 'good .Ye88t& 'v.. BauTOL& i-4n-

-. i'Edmund Whitney 6cJ..OBSEIWRTHl.1.-EierybotUe'-ot' : the Drugs'and Medicines; .affidavit made and filed in this cause that defendants immediate sales: Tbey would respectfully I Gent1emi.4IyIitt1e-'ledanguter. .
Arthur S. licit patronage from merchants and tradesmen Of -
Paints'arid Oils Brockenbrough,and Thomas 7
' -7i;$ tComl Iioue41.. Mid legally qualified as genuine PEPSIN bears the written'signature of ; H. Brookenbrongh.-sind John W.Brockenbrongh 'other Cities;who'wish to sell goods in our market: jears had.been ailing for three or at' ; w

; 'Measurer and li/cprctar of Lumber for J. S. JIOUGHTOff.M. D.} sole Proprietor, S S Liquora&c.&c.. infant children of.John W., Brockenbrongh dV 'I.5 Any business in their lin will be.promptly attended months and fearing that she ,might-be :. 1

.t. floral Cooiity. Philadelphia Pa., Copy-right. :and _Trade-mark Which'they" _offer-CHEAP FOE CASH. Being eon' ceased Mar are'.Chaplin Sims Martha Mason: to.. '- 5 _- troubled:with;worms"about**vweet ago I'
!:.4 Maybe found, when M, services are desired secured.------ vinced that the Sims, and the other infant child I' 5 GEORGE H. SMITH; bougbt t '
for -'your
oa Sod! all and Dealers In Mediclnei. onlyway merchant to sell William W.< ;:store'/a/ :lox lof:'BAR- :
Ct by Druggists
-: 't s .t.Inuiry at the Republican office.. ,f Goods cheap.Is ,to adopt the.cash system, they Sims deceased, reside out of the.State .of FlorIda "- S 'JOHN W: PRICE. -DOl'T &,SUGAI pHO.PSTand adminlsi ..
': JHB. 10" bn V wiU,hereafter cell for beyond jurisdiction of this Court in' HEFUZfCES.-\'M Reed. Fernande'Biebe :
.. CASH ONLY. Trusting that but 5 tered them
all in
v':1 _e- -- l'r .EGBERT;POINSETT, an examination of bur 'merchandize .and prices I the United States; and that] dfendi.nts1Lu & Co. R butter&'Co.;Samuel Willams,'Alsop' to her onedayjWithi w"*

; h'A' CO. Agent,,Jad-sonviHf, fla?' will convince our customers that the ash System Brockenbrough.George S, JIawkins and Mary y & Bonra rJa.cklOl11'mel Boston& GonbyJ;'J A La- twenty-fimr hours afler"she parwd awayOrweIyojuchJoug. _',

lp' LOUD, fcr. V J.".A..MA'ER,. is more'for:their benefit. than our own, we invite m R.; Hawkins wife, reside in Lhs--estsrji r Cireut roehe,'E'u M 1tI Ore'&Co.Seaborn'''Goodall, Savannah. : 1T. T1 .wOUIS eome.of.theDl..1&e1&r.

Facto;'.,<:C -.I..a&1I )Ierehnta. Wholesale and Retail Agent, Savannah, Ga. them'to.call on us. = jln the State of Florida, and that defendants ,.' 'Ja _:15.18.j2.._ ," ,"tf. S ; 4WOTat '
-
? V L.' ; : ,
r .A 'ASK.\lIt'UEOnGU. Sept 2. '62-ly" MOODY k BOUUTER, George Brockenbronfth,;EUen..ABrookeJ1., her no other.medicioe
J.tUS:' Bay Street.Strict October 14th 1852... 3m brougI.JL1iol P MxweU. 'Eliaa1)etb W-J Mui : iPtiper' -'" _Sincothen.; ;;" :"
Hanging
Depot
,
( well V. Maxwell,end Simon Maxwell reside Lhasbeeaa different child entirely. .

V I., attf trfjtt will JUe given jt.the sale of'Cot- IEW OEU eAND.. ,iANcYitoflI. ',Watches';:Jewelry, Ql cJ.& ,, &c,. the Middle Circuit.of the State Florida.. in No.44'CduTirandl'Strett, New-Fort,-opposite .She had not slept well,nights but rh nsed f ,f'
-V Ion,or other produce,aad liberal advancesmade : It is therefore ordered that Bald defendaoU 'tI1rMerc/zanttJitd. -5rwII tcfcry'out in her Ble n.icf'T wiA'afruM : .'
. .. .J _'."__ '_ ". ., _aroa. ref 0. -_ u_ ___
ii. _when fl.*ired? _. ft, \ d'A*IHAVINGJust BIUIUK hue omwj' ci r ionaa,;ana 'Oni of the we should not raise her 'Now'shVis'en *
.rm 4 JOI1N U*.C. LOUD. P. II.LOUD. limB subscriber is new opening, at his Store, .. ., <,- Eastern Circuit, do appear'and'answer the bill ...Lc: iced Croton-Manufacturing under the Company (organ- welL -V .; f -
t e Jan.22.'1t,, :jiyft ._U_. .on Forsyth-street a general assortment of returned from the North.would of complaint filed in the CUM within two months or the State General iManafactnrintf Law, rely ,---
DRUGS .OILS PAINTS l' inform the pukliothat he has J from the data ;'of:the tpubTioallon ;of.this pf New-York) oners at wholesale, in : 'tlOUl usec"fui'ta. &i
order -
,,: -L: ,:JosEuftRIcE,, ; ,' S, brought out a splendid( assortment of "i and that the defendants residing beyond the lim quantities to suit parphasevs ilAscrAcrtaiE S wonamedicinesinmffemflrjcanl; 'I
AKD tiOLDANDASJLVER WATCHES its of the State of Florida but In LOWEST PIlICEStfcncash or approved credit. *
General Commission Merchant si.: era : ,.tP, .4-aa ngaQ'. Fine Gold of the United[States;do jurisdicUon Paper Hangings, of every variety of style and recommend IXirr&Diori; as prefteMe -
Jewelry of ,
appear
fJ ... ZWAT1L.8TN1W.: : YOILIL : KECUTLT '-, everr deseription; same-within 'antanswerthe price.; I'- .. to aU other, remediestfortheVeS .
ev..EcTEDwfln ORE AT CAKE Gold and Silver Guard Fob;and Vest Chains months from the date of the ? # '
I'I.Jf BTWCT and prompt attention given to the sale of 1.1 THIt,CTV OF NEW: -YOU:,r ", '' GOLD AND SILVER SPECTACLES: publication of this:f.order;'.or. that.wd,bill,be ,Borderstoinatch. :I tual eradication of worm*;. : '/' .,
f
: *all* article* of Deduce entrusted to hi.care,: It. invites the attention 'of Merchants,Pb'ysl@lai i- SILVER-WAR .... ich Spoons of'&k.n'ds taken for confessed against tbem. '. '-. Fire BoArd Prints In great Variety. ".. WIILIAWSI'ANTON- .
***nd all orders promptly complied wit.b.apl29tr and the community, to his Stock, with the BtttterKnives es &e.. Gold and Silver 4 5- And it is further ordered that''pu'blioahoa1" f Transparent Window Shade y 5- _
.rThOLLII1t Pencil .
Oil v!
Painted .4XVaf5 *
: ,: l S j Window Shades. t,1Vtlc .i
assurance that,the articles will e'.lowidto be GOLD PEltS V > this order be made In some newspaper, published ;
fresh of prime quality, and at aS low prices as -S ; I in Jacksout-ille,In DaYal County, aforesaid Wide Window Curtain Papers, and. -----5:4- .'
:&, PO'I._ { Knives R lon :
: Scissorr once
Shears &,. Window -
a splendid Shade Fixtures_ ', .
they can boo bought in market of week for the space of'four : .,
the a '
.any South months. ?
.
: .. jot Ladies' Fans bombs AlwaysJ for
Of the ready
eita1 Comznissibn ETerchants COu try. 5 V ; Brushes, "o.; "-TiOMAS latest styles and superior finish all of theJr V tts v _
: -
I 15. .. Fruietfl.itJ-i-.t.: ''or..crIIJ.ldeUJ Lane, V : -HI ,,:"-' ; ..PERFUMERY/&C.' ; STAb 07 Ftozzu4 DOCGLASJ&idge-- 0.,.&c., ,. own manufacture and importation. theif stock j -:(-, '-. ,-S, :1.\'t,,1, ro'.,' ,-

'- : 1/ ,tpMkJrsetvTork, V chewing Tobacco & Cigars,'Old Liquors CIGAR CASES, PORTJIONAIES' County Duval. j[ ., / 3 is large and entirely new, the Invite Merchants' :5. tiJut. -: '; ,LII > .

ts. V WtLt-.tt .'}. ,loi1 bueings entrusted: I Jipd WInes; Stationery' .,Cutlery.. ,- "dpiany other articles too'I1D Derou. to'nention. k Isidore VsGamle;Clerk'of the Circuit'Court: I Booksellers and.dealers iathese/articles, to call 1, .r; f" .. '.1f;!

V .t.ot 1r t t.rtkuIaratWutiongiveu totbe -V ;\'ewtlry. &e.; &e.- ft>The public are invited to call; i* for laid CountT.-hereby certify, that the foregoing .,and examine.ihelr' *styles"and- prices' -whenever.. ,. '. ., ,they, .! : .Sth'! .
.
01 vvUon.1lImw-r,TimherandTum..l ne' .Th. LADIES will find, he thinks many: articles ftJ-Watcbes and Jewelry repaired.at. .sfibri. aov. order U a true and correct Of n :viallthecltj' -' r S
iw -a1i &o.J.he inrchso r goolla.Or adapted to tbeir wants and tastes-all of which he tlee.and warranted. V nw..o. flleinmTofflee."t: V Country Merchants can examine this stock from : .

tol : FLiberaJ a"r lJebt.,Ul.IA T"on cviui-m Ali. will' :tie-glad to exhibit and sell for CASH.- Jackeo yljle,8L1, dr; ; V In Wifeess whereof) hare hereunto 6 o'clock:'*in'the 'morning- i till- I0o'clockfnUe. ; -,. -rs. I,.

.1!: J ..Ocbrpl'Y, A J9...J3. 1 Xt. .. <. .-' jJ1 'f y ,.J q N; Y PL! :-New (1\TAtwPrt:; -S- *- -aetmr band and affixed" tb ''&.1 evening.- New.Yark V ; !l icb''fJt833.A' V J
Rtf : -- flgq- f' _. ;,t"v -. "I. .r..J. 'or'H.id OolU't :'on thIs :eIorezth p"f 'ft18
---V. S --
m ** WARSHAL1V1IOUSE. WINDOW.GLASS,, If'PUTTY 9 ?At."Vbole ale'aDd u''A L. .' 'mdy t of Oeto6er .A D. } si- f : :-' ." -- -.

{' T.U&: ,,.ribur .having/leased'the: ..40 Boxes Window, Glass,assorted sixes;' L t .r"eST'ltECt."JVED,'dlrecHrom ltetaU.-a' 61 ,Clerk:, :: 1SI1)OltE'Y GAitNIE.' Pekin, "ea'Ooinp nv.-Ware1iQUS8', j
NewYorJr Cirel1U
w 4o.me .itmiatu d on rougbtour V S .PfFaaWanaeprig Oct' t 76 d 77 Fnlt n irew To.*. .
I&otJ
JI !**.cn Absreorn and Drayton- For sale low for ensh.. Dress:Goas.ot Fl'Onc ,} iah. aDd Americas .' .'' -, f. .-- < '.,., ." '.,'-.". .. .-UR i'EKW.tr ,Co\lP.\Nr :has
II
. i tem & -', ,:JNO41.-AYN-. ; ; Manufacture. ,comprising In pa.Freeckoil .-.. oii t '. >' !
rei tMIYfntormatl ; beeneat.bUsied
i i '..eWu ot&.J pbn.d 41j pq\.Ui"tlltr&Uy.' ; -Au-aS-tr. ;. < ." 5- __ .ThugglstOBlt i ._. 001 l GingbaDta.'lDerlca.n' do ,. .& i-- ,i IIOWi, Gr 8 'a.d'tlQ >always malotainetla toanyyearfia, ;hibpuatIoa has "
FteDeh 1
0f En
..;"If t4.reee" boatdew,1 th '" FI1J'1lUure, 1ith&I1d American'Prinwtl'; It. .iri.t... 'p.Jr ..' -. ,! V for Teas 01 the moat deUclloQaebafJ'Oter -.

t regular AndtraJlltn& m the most rea Joabie 4,1ffAE; ;, )31ST :,.,'" .-. Chintz;FiC'eI:and PIIfl14Wfl54. 3 00 b.rrett Maohlne1 ou.-'prlce :3 V cent and fragraney, and at prices which have Ja "tt
'!*"**, Md pledges hiiuKlf strict i uu juiuuug' ', .. 'tpottal1oQ.'m .
by aat.isract1OJ1"
attention't. 3 a .Do.Jaekonets S SV- #a"t nqo1YeD : ,The Teas are waA
biuiaeM U merit ... JJbJ .! !'a" ,. Plain add FlgM SwU Mus- ,i2Q0 p10118 nme.tJ.7 L I
tUpatroDsgebf the public. ,' 'ir1iflS- centi, In ssak fY; tuted puena nay Jbe retnraed If theyt do. __ ,
: -itot ,
_
H. inUods to aake tbe Marsfiatt IIonse-A T"ST- ltOf'.aJo.fl'ey: &rt141e1a; 1111 Cam'brjc, ; '" --rfoussUes./i ,iiw.... : J'ST tn-ba 2*They are 1'pre en& df ''T'.-Teai ___ _ _
; I k
rwas note IfJa tabl will U supplied with ovI i1ins.ofbnsjnessbi..mc n: j .FJa'd n.tI.pl-rid'ibeek(.j' V s-ss2ta U 4'Palnt b1I3 4w.st bl this CompajBy w/oiwiipzia.1-4 lb.,<1-2

I *7jaxttrjrJLhat| an b'Procured.9HA V- ? V ; .Li.n4rtt.b'Spiri GUtG..rAn' C : ,,Barsgs..uJ.. 1ue"Yel'1: pat..t.rnj. ; o .40',,: "do''SdJ.. d Ib.,and I-tIW:packages, 'making it convenient
j'o? { WILHjUWoollen ton ;SO$. '- Warranted- 'I'teab.p.rdei. If1de..tS'aek.b' V 3L -V S ----1. U or ,arioull es.' 011800 for eountrr merchants.to hvra variety _-4 444v ca ..

& $ iIor"It&grs ke;kl\ : ,. ., ,:. an4F1oren AP 4 llnll: : .b&rrel.'r Qera',on..ariOQ klDdi aDd yriMi'\.,v matt-outlay. ;,. ... .of. ':.apltall-fiotel. keepers V
_,:' -mtrsp ilbiree"color. --- -"-- -- "
fflachlncnr -t : 4tUe54fr0ii S&oo r'
r-td
< ;
and ceJlU Bi*7 &WOj5 '
; '. S 4I vwwo and retau. .... Shawls; plain and elDbrold ',1OW Pt gaLt-of UIIo.munorD&nnr'OQ thetf taWe a'traifbnn I .
Meam Saw Mills and ? d .I') g DI.fQ.: I yarIoUIAi2cs.na eharaet rf Tea which Tewof -. f r l.sc4'.In' rih"ltv.itf
Paris w ; whldtf '
IV. B.-SpiriI 1(14 : .t.n'.p.
Engines. manufactured and GlqY'.mack and col.et Laes3ff : .J'iQ i4.i. r oW
'ahray fresh I and. fA.Itt.lit inhIV&- ,
ri'Vt .ESEX'C\J fP J led for sale as low ai.eaa b* Doe Silk'&Ittt Lisle Gloy. S _, ii ;" -.; 'l Ue._ trcU&to. theirtIOtht7caredonep iii -three ".
r. w.IYo .
'I A. fiortbcrn-market-for purchased'in th Jenny LIpd o G.s .t r 5tons iceotspergs Q;j' i :t nttb'W I wrspperstlThe Inside isof lead;the second wa fYiur.,,Ia k1nwi&eat,.&Itd"._ .
tpro,13ptl1 u or:approved credit. V rs" ; taflowge
ut. &II oVI I V S &"fPtbea1'1'beaclDp ter-proofper5snd tM outside ChiGOIt'rieeaJ kindaofBattsccoM hWith' '1&.
-V.- "9W"U, aD w JJrol1ae-tl.pped Bootee.. OperaGalt t. Dd. 'i
oolJeq
; aeflfl5y 'or all ,' wt Dery. 111. .. : iw -3 ;. '
C' US1MPAONE-Of 1fJ".8ll1kl. ( 't4g tet Y
."aM wUf'eontr for Limo ltlor T1e.sUSlippra & ; aThe .J k
whole.Mills;. from the Braocllut" -' Ki\J1-"Iu. 1' &D71." teac1 Forsa1Gt the NewJlroughton : b 1---
water.I1ftJ.o wived and for sale b moat i s 'w S *wmu* cuj i
$
\ ,1teaI" D' eo &bLzlahingnaor .. ,; .7. Jlr.rotect at11es of Spring nonDel ; 'f"
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