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Title: The news
Uniform Title: News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Physical Description: 14 v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 52-62 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: D.W. Whitehurst
Place of Publication: Saint Augustine E.F. i.e. Fla.
Creation Date: August 19, 1848
Publication Date: 1838-1852
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 3, 1838)-v. 14, no. 25 (May 8, 1852).
General Note: Published at Saint Augustine, Fla., 1838-<1845>; Jacksonville, Fla., <1846>-1852.
General Note: Editors: D. Whitehurst, 1840-1841; T. Russell, <1842>; G. Powers; C. Byrne, <1851>; J.F. Rogers.
General Note: Publishers: Russell & Jones, 1840; T. Russell, 1840-1842; Russell & O'Sullivan, 1842-1844; T. Russell, 1844-1845; Albert A. Nunes, <1845>; Gillett & Hazzard, <1846>; F. Adams, <1846-1852>; Charles Byrne, <1851>.
General Note: "Our country."
General Note: Whig, 1838-1845. Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Florida statesman
Succeeded by: Florida news (Jacksonville, Fla. : 1852)

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Ii Sued with thi adTertJwment.. = \ waging six'fledto'tKeVi Is-.rugtbicko 14 Ece long- to irn "- Mit *
not marked with.ibe number1j1iiic'na t iiitics1dinj tra1ht nclt .ilctclyflnished
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be cbnttnned-until forbid site "; -
i requireJiwill at'ctheniniddle of the.leikf -: lnjz -

tbs ,jd cLargeti cliarifoM1.antsuzunc !'the&rm, clwrsb bafk vw jfc irtpipf'the no4uda1J def t&k ; ion1jtinchtsmould ilowancooficixv Inchea between them;'
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dollaI$ diameter.to"bb onsiderqd '
siding or the
g7'Iive for oftice.e .,. r 1 feet long l7i
ei' ofcandWa IontIS. : I ,SlO- 00ce T nett siding tho k the.moulding&iq r [which allowance of six inchetmaj balsa-eased! t.Th

,$ ire Debtors, i an* J Credifcir*. 4 : 1000lication 4 -.of.the bbdy-injthe cmlddie xif itlength iojbe ;- *MtM l m ItoaSiachesMtb -' $ w1auiO

M> for Lctt rr* f Ail mini strati on 5 00' full;and f one half tho nett'siding<>f the 1 inches v$ moulded i"y'cvuErK, 1G : bo allowed: sI4 uyti1

AHroljfiwu1; ; notice'will be inWrtedgraltti- .& -knee;:one''half of tho :Above ;knoestpbe; 4OOOOdbiteebeet quality irhite-oak plank Piece -35 :
:r ; f square And one fourth tot form tnvfchgb? ; .l21-2inc1es -$ fwiU not L objected to, but Uky ta toU

iiiaamib1e personal conrnnznicatious will- from eighty to ninety,degreci, the jctnai|&. aeka fortvqie l9ng, m.tthjed. -- id1gway p4q QOX

. ICIit jftjuitlftfor--K ijverLeemfltS.Job Priming, most' be paid on the-. ,der toform-an.-angle!from ninety toon| I .l $'qf snar&trom, twcve' te T urteeitiches 4 LASStd:4 L

lJ': -hundred degrees; tholengthofthe arm to |1pieco! SfetIong'i U I

'fpy'Ali cotnmunicaOons the work. m'unt be ad i1ressdtolL.LETTUAZ.ARn. be measured from the back-of the body as diend.of the atickp jit ; inches uiouldcd.r I:2h -12 1 OOOJTeet tinch paat b6anm *gtt 4KI to 18ftet. '
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postage paid* moulded by the angles given.:?? V-i & -_> j 3,000 cubic.fect white-oak, promiscuous timber' 1=piece; 314)fcet. 1 ng1'l2yincbe .-. 4&fla tf jffc*?*
(I *. *? >* from**.iA4;*JVi / fcetyand ( sided, 1'7od1lIdcLq feet IW.inch panel board!, Its i 15t >
lenjgth ctyfii&to forty } ., > r
1 XwwJer,'(board measure.) OWIMK j tfouit hiih 3iPiecsf)39 2.3fc tJo 16Jin h s SMcI1 15OOO feet1 1-2 inch 4: i : -t-: t
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panel, 4.sg&J?
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2ooa4tre.etrfirst quality 5-inch clear white csquafe, ualpropor io'asofUhedifiFerO } inches moUldj
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NAVY DEPAHTMEXT 'pine'plank' :i "%s r ** ntcugthpnd 3 40 1-2 feet. i iito:1Ojeet."i4) ,1 L. ?jt 41 &dO
szes t pieces long i.
uq 1nc1es aided 200 sbptrficial feet black:walnut fcfwci
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nt4e. ConstruciionjEquipmcnt and Repairs. 2000 sup: feet fint quality 4-inch clew white ,qoO. cubic ,feet wbite.oaj, urv&1mbcr1in- -2Inchc moldedj I ijp- ,teaeerj ,-

July-12, 14$. pine plank *' ". -" 1 1 M lengths from twelve to thirty feet- tobO' 1 piecer fectiot 1V-2 i 14 cWoot.4 4U U Gt

riEALED PROPOSALS, endorsed aPropojS 3000 sup. feet first quality 3-inch clear white : sided'sfcwight1 one way from twelvo'tojrVeightcon L inches moulde 'o------- I- -

aslrfor Umber," or "lumber, as the.case *5 "* : inches ivnd:to curye the other tliec! 41J-2Lfeet.long,'G-liinches $ side- &iF'e : :

be, (naming the yard i which the offer is 1 3000 sup.feet first quality 2%-ineh clear white way Jrom ten to ,cigIitceinchesthe .-. 12 l2UiCh3, rnouidetL11 -
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Bunded.) trill be received at this bureau until I Itkreco'ciock. pine plant '" Iiffer nt lcnths and eclo 16 pieces 4 I2-3 fe'et'q2 -- sejqpOBuperficialffeetrifinch.TiniteTpii pec

p. m., of the 25th-August next 10000 sup, feet first quality 2-inch clear white 1.2 -W1) fmiijfonCalUnfS4JM.gsi. jfeaU/,
for furnishing and delivering at the Severaly.yards pine plank 4 ;* timber to be of-the t4uh1itybs4r1t 2 pice 42 fe In'1 C Pic1ies uidcd 121.2 SjOCMTtuperficiai- feet 9-1 cK wTiUn; *it e,: coma r

respectively, the timber, lumber, 10000 sup..feet first quality linch clear white 5 cords.whiteroakibatts pfthft best.quality-free' inches moulded. il';

thd other articles hereinafter specified. Ohc- pine plank- > '- >- -.. u ; -.. frornknots, in lengths from..aix.to;twelve 3 pieces 43-1-3 fgct slongyj6 1-2 inches aided re : :: 4 Qc '-

t7tdd fourthpart of all the articles required must be COO sup. feet first quality l). -inch clear White feet "and fronCtwelvo (o eighteein;inches L !? #.jncoeji moulded.-X T Vfnr .Navy.yard, -

delivered on or before the first of July, oncfoorth pine plank diametc?inlhe'middle/clear of th'ebarkt- 7 pieces 3 feet long, 10 l2IncneVWeji212inches ;
0* the first of 10000 feet first 1-inch- cleaiwhit : 5 cords best[ in? moulded.. 4; *; ri
.on or before September, one- sup. quality quality dhickoryJrattsyi lengths i fourth on or before the first of November, and pine''boards ": : '. >SK .tfrom sir,tp7 eight ,fee idiameto' in the : PJ'ASS No.fS. ''3QaOd.ei61o. feet'*- ott1e-1ery. besV'nite, oak

lie balance on or before the 30th of December, 1500 sup. feet first quality %-inch'clear white 'middle,*clear*"3 ".'of barkj" t"r fromiiii* to fifteen 3IarfTimber (fine-grainlong-eaf-yellow-nine.| 1-.* :p1iih i tcks,t aTcr gej4afe.tin ength}
the required at PenjacolA boards *' i >''' jiKt'i&it. 15 pieees-54 feet 'irbyiinchessqtuireV to bi less thani 13 jnch
iIr 1849 -except spruce spars pine long, >- not ; i*g ure.at'
all of which must be delivered or before 10000 sup.feet first quality 2-inch merchantable CLASS NO. 2> 3 t ytte'tts 0 'SLi" .Li4 the small, d i tdi hove no wane acted 'L

the first November, lS-18. And in case white'pino plank ; Yellom-Fine Titiibeti (per- cubic fopt KJi : : -' lug one fopyth sthel' vfdth.f. the_ fsce'of

bf failure to deliver the articles within the 10000 siip.feet first quality 1-inch merchantable 40,000 cub9| ;fce ,fing grain.Jong'Jeafed yellow: ; t .. ai4d.. .

nil limes and in the proportions above specified' the white pin boards '- pine ptink's'toCks, best quality to aver- 2 61' : 151-2 151-2 4 I

bureau shall have the right to supply any ckficiencr 500 sup. feet first quality 5 inch clear whit ; ago forty-five'feet in'length',4an'd ridn'ons 3 gL 55 C ;Ltv ( lip pieces oNcC: lrto be 10 feet inten llbnate
on.IC .
and the contractor shall l-e responsible pino base boards - -:- -j less than thirty-five feet to square from hp = -'frofiI2to S4 inchWspringidJ5idB.noi, ; ItW

lor any excess of cost over the contract price. _*1000 sup. feet first'quality 1inch-clear x cypress -' -.-,- .,: -twelve:to f fourteen inches, and average 3 'h 2 C <_tt -g g cc i ik than 12 ,inches, and to mould iol1e |k -
; thirteen inches at the 4ov u ( .: 4fi J f-t'A _'*- t.Ii. i --j" 4-r" -U'ima, '4t
All the timber, lumber and other articles plank -- top end of.the sticks _
must be of the very best piaKiy. subject to the 4000 sup. feet first quality 1-inch clear cypress \Yenon-jnrie Masi'Timber. /"' 3" fIY56.r 1E iTj [itrpiecea'Kb' ?2 -' og ji4 fcet :

inspection and customary measurement of the boards 15lpieces"04 feet long, 17 by!17 inches"square: 3 : :3 h'T' 'X' Ji ed vhave,from la,to,24 inchest E2.tActo side ; t,

yird where they are deliverable, and be in all i 2000 sup. feet first quality 3-inch-clear 'white 3v.. 5i. yc: > ,u ,. ,! >-,,. ; 4 } 54t'f-.7ig. -8-andmo: WMNo.t; ; .r ; ,' -
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respects to the entire satisfaction of.the commandants ash plank = .45 ,
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thereof. The white oak timber must 2000 sup. feet first quality-incbclear white 3_, 42 -' :3 .
ofis : 3 Gl' :, i'2'- t 3 T c pci iu: :* d '
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be rough'squared, according to the, growth of ash'phink ... ldas2i 1 i
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3- 1 $ l -- '- -----it- ;
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the tree; to have no wane cxcccdiug'one-fourth COOO sup. feet first, quality 2-inch clear white 55 c_ I >
tie iridth of the face of the side as squared.Jill .- ash plank - 6 .4'f .3 ao

the yellow pine timber must be of the very 2000- 'sup. feet first quality l%-inch cl&r white 3 .Ic. I.cc) L ,..C.:.,, L ;.- ', 12v ??'! MyvriScl&i4
bestiality of "long leaf, fine grain, southern ash plank 3>: '"": '"49 .; c ; u u I ,3 ? ;"u' *&-''* %%\ *&'*&& &$* K&, i -iarli oo.5 to eitet, 1u gth t

yellow pine;n Lobe hewed to a fair.edge, and to 2000 sup. feet first quality 1-inch clear white- 3 '561 1151-L -,! -;. /, ._- iftatvJ i.Ts 13. 1,4'p .l3i4_., 'Ttt fw: < ' -
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at wire no more sap than one-eighth of the breadth; ash plank -
of the face from each corner; and the content :3000 sup. f et first qiialityi.inchclear- white .3. :'". ;.- ; fLi i.'J i5.l.4 3!. 1 JfiWW46f p .
; 3 *',. .51 U. a u ..3.1'c j white oak to be clear
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of all sap to bo excluded in the measurement of ash boards --- .z 7 [ ,
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the timber. The oak and pine must be felled Black Walnut, (board measure.) 3 jo c : ih4 c' : "" VJ r*jTj-sv* -Sr- J *4** ?4Z* *tshakes
between the 1st of October And' 1st of March, 500 sup. feet first'quality 4-inch black walnut : 3 47 U ft" ((' -' : r ,and pad knots jDiagrams of the aboro
6 ', 45 ** C' /3 ; Cl( '$ j "g [ will furnlsIiedHh'o"
IDa must hnve grown within sixty miles 'of the plank '- ,+- ? ) '. '. fifty pieces be bontracter oa
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of tho bark hewed 3inchb1ickwalnut 3 3 ; &.ticc'u F" ,, a'n -
be first
oastjmust stripped or 500 sup. feet quality $
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within twenty days after it is felled and plank' : ; ; :' 12 .gj : 6.J': '). 't -d 'LS
nru- 3' U 52 3 a 48 & ( ". -se9' lii tlthn6
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placed clear of the ground, of which satisfacto7 1000 sun. feet first quality 2-inchblack walnut !
: 3 -. u a L f. ;4nch.earoiamete at small __
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evidence must be given by the'con'tractorjt lank1 : g :1r I ffl ,'! ? *< VAecc .
a'c' c : ?t
i? by t> the production of certificates signed by two, 500 sup feet first quality. l5nch black- walnut- : 'rf '' : c ; 1: :3Hla 51 'C i r-lSf."' -ii tin'lragth Ji--i-t hbti th,t fcrfr
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witnesses with their deposition on V17i7'43
respectable plank: -
In' Mtk, before some judge of the court, ortnagis- 2000 sup/feet first quality lrinch black walnut 3"- -*"<, ..iji' ( & .Tf ; .3, t ft.tc.iA. :!&d t TI3' 8

irate,within the township'or county wlicre the lxlLids --- 3.L .47 1i ;
Limber was felled. 'WJiit&ak dimension board- measure- 6 : : ;3,6 biek rjbntta'7 feet traE,t1frO7 toll
fft stuff ( ) 'S ,
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Separate offers must be made for each navy.y 25 pieces; 14' feet long, l? ins. wide; 7 ini-thick 3 c c u U .. e'. nv tv tu A-iv4. i'ii virii* .tJi.'iUA tit.are'td .
keeping each: class of articles, ifvCinbra- 25 17 ; 161 i .<_7- r. K'' 54 : beiqjiaroant1.fbe

:ing)moreAthan one, distinct} the cost of each1 20 14 u |8- <*- < 7 ,: ; u v wit z11heaiL} t oppo be" 1e4 f.kn t..
item must be carried outs and the aggregate 12 14 ''17 8" U ;; 3.t : t { e' ; tc 8iWl_ swhich-thi3 ( -- -- -

jorrectly footed up. 12 'i17 16 : 8 1 9 C' 54 ".vval2' % '12 Sjar Tgm7.er yelZowZine, (per cubic feet.)
3-- ," 51 <' : Yellow cru1itoa) :
Ii Iii Bidders are cautbnei1'gnst' offering for 12 -. 14. : 18 : : : -8 ;" '-. : "5 'Jf' t if- 4 idiath.1.3_fr fij bI S ioot 't
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'Ct48' ft ,,20000 cubic of 'sibcki
y ellowpino pla td.than 1
riofe than they can furnish, as no extension ofini 13 -" 14'j" -j-17 9-0 : ( : 4 { t 4
l( ,5) ii.ttc. tn t'in le
: ,willj under any circumstances, bo granted, 12 17 16 -" -- 9 -i' "-' 3 ,4 ., .42.r. I'dj 20frt. _. Jfi bowsprit Craj5'fe tb,1ii
3. c: : 54:124i": 12-- te w 6ft 1 1. 19 13 inches square at theI iall end '
in I forfeitures in all cases will be rigidly cn- 12 "- 14 18 9 .. 34itM< _. i AevJ? 4--l
breed; but no offer not embracing the whole of 12 14 17 10 ',' -: 6 51 4 68_ .i, ;*- 517.]"*' .in'tne.cenfrct'for ;to bo sawed offsquafo 'at" the butt: and-
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Ay one class will be considered. 12 21 16 10 ". i yarjis.','* i a' i.1 -- w5rsivuT a. sps -

The offers of persons who have heretofore 12 14 18 10 u To bo square and' of parallel,widths ; must be 2 The.pieces hayuig thd dimensions'tll&from Mas&rdd'Jl' Uf25'piecesi54? --i.-. ar> >-c-(Pieces''Of,:_uv. 'fin .gndaVelldw- -T

: ; iilcd! to outer into contract after being notified The whole to be pasture oak, :squaro-odged 'all heart, except inches' on-'the' two oppo the butt,"ive yards(except the two short ones,) L1 -4

!& 1C 1t f the acceptance of their offer, or, having con- and straight, free from largo knots,-shakes,and site.angles,.which-may be sap. ? and can be tapered ofT- the* 18-inch to 11 inches ."/ ?< fiJ'5it; feet ice long or.';'i7.17 .by: isri7n TincfcttWJaat5 *&&

racted and failed to pef form, will be considcrJ all other defects ;' there must be at least three : CLASS fNO. 3: at thbsmall endthe'two-shortsticks'ttfwork' i5 't:3u:45: : ; .}): ; &.

. e only at the option of the bureau. inches sawed from the centre of the stick, to Lumber-(board measure.) '""- 15 inches-at the small'end pthey"afe required 4 .( '(t 17 ;
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Every offer must be accompanied.by a writ- avoid the centre of the heart.CLASSNo.4.. 30,000fcet, whitet pinesna1nch boards :f One- to bo lined full towards the imall enda s L -i.r. i* # tv"t it 15 l17)17 iz* 15 -

t m guaranty, signed by one or more responsi- J ; /half* of;v' the..qujintitytobe! ot tho bestquality : Wie-pin&Tivther (by 1iecubic fL)' 45 ':' j- cc:: j4'iot

t.V I l le persons; whose responsibility must be cer- Live-oak Timber, (by the. ubicfoot.) No. 2Ts, andpne-bal!to bo of tho 5000 cubic feet of.white pine timber of the best .a 4rw it ;

') ti fled to by the navy agent, or some person 10000 cubic feet pf promiscuous live-oak'tim Ibest qualify'No.3 u* -'tLfl a -3 Equality;-in'iengthspf"g%50, and,55.feet (5 41t$ 521 :?4 p, !14ci.bJo.il
I t.ohe bureau that if the offer be 2,500 feet yellow,oakb1at boards'1 inch thick. and-
nown ac- > upwards noteless
) ber, from twelve to twenty feet in length, to'square' than''fi 5. !c 49 a ". a ic a p..1
.l C rptcd, the bidder will, within flue days after averaging sixteen feet in length, to side '25qQ"- :-i- -.' ',-, .s.- J-B "74 ax-n ??" :"Jv teen inches .tho'top"endJ' a Mtu ? 3, 56 13.itIth ? (L $ .
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I cing notified, cuter into contract with good -straight'12 to 15 inches the moulding Length from fifteen totwcnty7flefeet,'width + >Eo'cusVTimbcrj'byih6 cubic foot.) SR'- :3 U 3" Lt,14,: ; i)

. t nd sufficient sureties to furnish the articles way, to be the natural curve of the tree, not less tkan'eight- inches. ". r' H200 iiubio feet betquaiityLong1Island.; locust 3-r ttjg At?r rai'>ar( ;-.i a,.ices'* 4s

I iroposed, agreeably''to the terms of this advcrisetnont not,to be hewn, but left in its natural :CL'ASS'No. '4. t timber/to average twelve.inches diameter; ( ; '5l' Gf ) ,
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1 state; the whole tobp sound; free from White-oak Boat Kneesv (per siding inch.):'- fi not Ies than ten inches- '' '*3WJ* *5Q W 414 "' 'U'&JtfatfaZy&

Bidders are particularly cautioned to endorse shakes and other defects. 200.white-uak-boat knees j-arms not.1 less than 20 piece yellow .Long Island iocust-12, !fect :: i47 t u v-' 1.LWftj9t. "-' inKijiij,.

is hdr lids as'above required, to prevent their 1000 cubic feet of live oak keelson pieces,from fourjnches;diameter,: clear. of,bark, and; '?4longto squaro:7.by 9'inches;:'f "' Wfcc5lpiecifyenqwiLbngjIsland. MR",,j CtJ': i 4J 4 U(1L it. Af :'rew, 4-. t'i3 ,

)(cin; opened previous to the time specified ; twenty five to thirty feet in length'aye- the bodies and{arms-to be hot less than. locust; A'ffiB' Lt ( -

4:. .nd all bids not conforming to the terms of this and half feet in 'thirty-two" incites loiig. OnV third of the1 22 :*
raging twenty seven > : long, to square by.22 inches i n, 12 i' K 54f ; fi)l'i3;1:4rtc 13 14e51
- idrertiscment, particularly in correctly stating length; to,side from end to end, straight; whole number to be square.5 '"* s. 'M n nm i 7'feet1ongto 3 I 'f'52 ff1 1I. u,4s'f3' (* -.
he amount of each item,-and the final aggre- inches to be 24 white-oakrboat knees for cheeks-iivTheboi i9l '
(seventeen ;5)) moulding way : square &.by-12 inches.1 i1 -- JUt fl! IxF' .
rt ;;atc of each class, will be rejected ns informal. straight, or a regular curve from endto ; dies and arms!:to be from tight to ten.feet ( '3' .47 ftT f-ff tL..,

Thef e of all manufactured sawed Turnr -' end, of not more than six inches in thirty long, nett,'siding bo from-ten:to;twelve /4.ash Iogsil4feet 20 inches diameter,' 3'" 44 &V11 tJi4r.g1- ,-v a'**:-?-
long *
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:; will be estimated and determined by"board feet, to bo not less than fourteen inches l inches,:and to form am angle,from 110 to ,200; inchcs.round.ashtimber, 24 to 30 inches } !f *50-*** ;! 3TFi3'vSiftI3fe] .ft S;*. Aj

UCt1sure;"- the square and round timber,-unless (moulding.way), at the top:end of the .116i.degrees.KiTh6'5bodies to be; sided to J"r*, .diameter.w. *--* .;?.". i'. > *,- -.j, --r-i; J. ; -.aifc-ai 47 !"' r; t
)thcrwiso specified, by the cubic foot, according :stick, jiiid hewn square; the whole to be ; the; diameter,;ofi the-carms, includIngthel 1 -w i'Fubifo- $ -.' .' ::6 45'l! pfe ii.tt ifes f c-fiiiM* -

o the rule of measurement adopted at the yards, sound and'free from shakes sand other, bark.v The moulding-size thc.bodioa to 2000 cubic feet eastern mountain'elm in leitMojaOtl.fect 3 o '42 ji. CI1 *Er 1

rtiich is as follows :' for round or eight sq'uareimber .defects; .; be-fr 6m'fiftoen to twenty inchest "w I.v: to asfoUows-v! 3 i1 54 sj- f !! "
, i square iljpOO
,take the mean diameter of the log;clear CLASS No.; 5.Whitefine : --i-: :# h q fegt 16inchs3OO 6 51' 4t! ;faz.fl'r cttj -
..l'i )bark; deduct from this diameter one-fourth, .the cubic foot.) IVavy-yard Brooklyn IV. York, pa; : fc.9V.8feet ,
Timber, (by 20 inches. ,: 3 4S & 1-t
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hi remainder will be the reputed square of the 5000 cubic feet merchantable white-pine \. CLASS .Q'.4, Grf. yi 4: CLASS'i' 1.. I 1.tL g 4 -tf21.2ta121 k.---L -

..i multiply this reputed square in inches, by timber, from<,thirty veto fifty,eet in 'Whle-oak j Tvnt er, $j the'cubic foot.- ,? : ? 3 tIft 51 tiijb f t tri ti.4

tsclf, that product by the length in feet, and length, averaging forty five feet in length, 20,000 fe'6t'ofwliite-dak'pMkcksIof: ; 3 rrS': 48l' '1'$-- *- > f i U I 1L zi

, litlde' by 144, will give the contents in cubic to be rough-squared not less than sixteen the'bit quality; length 'ncrt1 less than SOOOTeetinch oak.boardsboard 3; < ft .45 *-& *& ff +c

lfft eetb For rough squared timber, take the mean inches the'top end-of the stick. ; -15 thirty-five averaging\fortyfivefcet* I : '3 <_'i* iii va' c# *t cL 12 '12 ; ---1

litmeter of the breadth .and depth in inches, *L dstTithber;-(by the cubic:foot.) <> ,bAlfjtos uaw,tclyo jin hesj1nn&Iia1t, 100.white'
, ind the length in feet ; multiply the mean 200 cubic feetW the first quality of Long Is- .t to square fiLeen inches aha upwards. 4Iooqjl ai OILL .*Tu 'i4'jtw ttH lepthand breath together, and this product by land locust timber in ''lengths tronf eight u indbf: thti *'ij
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by siTS to;twejve'feet, to.. average fdurteenYinchesin ---'f -4-ntf4oQ'.Kfi( o t 1*V?>, W all heart/orcept'4 incHglek'Wliich rv
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in cubic feet nbtless'thah'tWeWeln- ; ,%| r -
diameter/ahd Yellow-pine TimberfQjy( the cubiefoot.) TO C. it a c :- maybe sap. ,
Bonds with two approved sureties will be repaired --BV w "* --v f ** >4>* *H%&**'-rC$S t fx*?nfft* :: --o&- tiCLAS: No3. -
cues* f d20 ." & ,
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in half the amount of the contract, arid t J t -f itfletCl 25,000_Vcubio<;fee.tfibest4qualitys4onyr 1Oz1k4 BdaI'hoad
creA:2: 6 grain southern jeUowpineplank,6tcckSj- ejitt 4 CLASS No 5 j :
en in deducted from > '
per cent tiddition be -
will| Bloc; spruceSpars (by the piece.) ** not"less thin [. SOfcsnp: fet; 128 ftet fong, 8;tiuoliao ea
ill bills, to withheld as collattcral-security, length 'thbHy-five"fee averaging'TortyyfiveI --a> fSpruce SptrsjfycM*&&&$& fa, ( 4i
xntil the s blackjruc si rs.55.fti lopg'lt inch.diainI ; 'Teelj7nalf: to square arX S tor60Xeet longof 124h I
the bal"ice -
contract is fully1 completed; S "' u u-- & Jfi1 _'c' '.10'5"'"*' or ninety per cent, will be paid bireach (( -; qi : ilo: U14 &:: ; : (tionatosizeperpiMft. : wide., 11-2: incTiP tV/iV : ;*53ia**
l2 of the
ifpwards nt the\top end -v25'uiciucnpai.s 4 Jiq'50feet long'o4Iopo ,
lelivery -
the ,
the named
by navy agent con- i -'- r; lttc 'j od tifOet12 to lSTe t 1on St1d
: :t'withui thirty days after the'presentation 'L '- -. 8 aa saS!? OJ''* 'fe fe"Yafowpuie flliq&iionateaii :per piece" &&** M **>>**q[ I ? w wjg 'f jt incne uucKISOOsu
)approved bills -- 6 Beams (by.jffie cubic )JLii :20QO inches spruceispari, 4%tG9inchc3'tiiua1dl
.feetjia .
rA Ui2i/itV-ri toldfeetlbniat'l
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To prevent tinnecessary correspondence bid- .26i (C 5 a >rti portion pf Qh Wft-TC jnch j ,zt- inelfdtnick'f
ers are informed that thoso'only4 whoso bffen 8 I. 1'.r :61 k f Southern jrelTow-plne bmould. 200 Btraightyspruce polesi ,of large sue. t4T18 fee t'
20 itJs ti 'i'lA** **? --fy j-6Jsist ttpifceti2
b1ackspr ce polcs1s
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accepted will notified immediataly after .u L4 W-
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*e bids shall have been opened and determined: --- --- *crt1Tbo -3 0 .that will sprinj .* t : r'w
wholc1 1to be'straig1t f qc roin1 large fivefeet t4 r& Bafs .
-- 3ej P ,.. (P piece.) oa.4by4 -
katot fresh feeon. ie 1 tunSea4
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Wkitc.oak TMfc: the cubic foot.tOOOO -"-*&. foot in lcngth4 v [
(by. ) Vtf''y r- r .rfrf r --- : Iinthfotfrom'thebutt I1secA.LNo47.r Tjjftrsaej lOi'in'cIies i s AH P f&'Mziif,0s?
cubicfett of mhite pakplanfc $I7 to 21 first quality whitewash. _.oars' ISjfeet tif.long_ _. ,;SG
/ // r ft r .
Kv uveragt45 feet in length;xind hbhe tolra 6L'1 4 a ( breadth, a1-*' **! ** it ;
$ Id ;
;! z.lesa than 35 -'feet nlcttgth one half to ya j414.18.it tftt&
":i square 'not Jess' than fourteerin inches] ir -
$1: ci:14 b dth! -
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JJ and -ono .half 4ot> %rohot' less thantwelve ii ; -- ; -
inches at the end'Of the stick! 1000 Ibs. first qualityjjgntinmt of 9tm dian1ooc.T 30000-- sup.feet t1-i incL !v riVHr.f *v.i wM *
top __ > *
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v U4OIflC1 oiilded11&12f br d f z-
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'fl'all to 'be1 free-Ifrom Across grainy large /4 *
r.A t 1 I7iL2 ei ea1ichcs 2 ioqfOOiull-fJer itchfceIr>* ffeWl
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kiiots, and defects; Jooo, |
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; 1000 Jt9
i-q 4G.eeMon a ? $ Uit th :
& Lpi ;
WM<&akKrttcstQ>j thosiding Snch.) ; j ::4- -P f4t5 4ti
400 white-oak knees-, -n6tt'siding1'Of tone .ia .-. 4 .t --p igcch5 mouldcd. i ,i Il1jfrt( (nl ) i0 'IIWff 10 r 5 a-

iiI half to bo- even inche ,-aud the nctt siding ,.; y.a i y piece.) oT TlS jIfi&mvit $i ; D pi jft
/? oflhe othfjpjhalfj.to J dght incheshe,4rmito 100 rough splitbickoryrbarsj; ; feetlon LoJe liySdee
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, injength fivfect1the0dieto'to i* ;!: xStraigW, afld-tpsquare te* and.aba1fititchc1 ; I*piece M2 BdyBchwJnojO cthbroh4o ** :
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ri; Ekz; .d.lru'.i 'CLASSN ..." : stick3froui37 to\40 incentre swat4j t
feetlongj'lOInche9
: anithal tl.t:onli In"'relatlon' to 9reg n., .In'! MiJ urrc niM.J\ ct d. : .. thi'h'fPt' a -t
B ireoc -fiOJUf ana;BDlir l,>b m measure.) ? .or slings.' .. ', 5.' { ."''-".'< ..Pj- 7. ', : ,
v the'Housa have cettlod the mosteffectually. "'
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they question j, BBiendmeni d Uu4erwpoct makes 41 4 not ,
( ., 15000 sup feet white ash, inchthick,10; ,to.1610QO 40 sickfroth30, to,.35feetlong,7 .l-Q inches' : The .Ii-Mife -" I deeideij'tL 1It 'I"
1o' -bjycheswIde: f' : :j ,. 'Y '. ., !r .in centre or sflngs : 'TJbtf.House:_reftisew. ;eT Dto'_ :acre ad"that, the tertory;: ."north'bf42. deg.;: J tea".4n t&dto'

r:; :; r sup .feet:white"ash, 2 inch thick,24'inch- 25 sticks, from 25 toi pO,feetlongj S ,:-"6,1-2 .Inches1entre :-'j:8-thL: ; S. ." .t .I :' 'N9 Lit," ath:strikes, ontthe}words '"' "C lIdaid"h t Y M4N""M.z "ert ., (
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t''f :eswide ''>&' ; ;V or ilings.to "Jios hQ. i..pf .
., What'11Qw M.ft_W t. to ,tUcs .! ,
riilt 7000'sup. feet'white ash, 11-2. ,inch! thick,' 10 :, _A gu ), '1848..t. ", -2t: < .j'' S S tj. ''i 'r1 -hi' ;' "ti'd' \I :" Gt'tr.1i.i ,JUPJ.q9tW S .j'.J ,;ll" diMolatJ,''t .. "" D Uii..UniM.". Ifj "f
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,r 'tI'I to 20 Incheiwi ,'a proportion of each; 1 iii the. i1tesour. .0 San&O We have no space for areport.; !:this imporbrefabstiet0f-' .com,J 11.00 1d" .. Vfiiiri-*'*ac-wQ1">ti''l' ''* OVfl 'ii>'**- ** >*" '****' rtiS .u .s',2 .f .
;; : 15000 sup feet:white ashy; 1 inch thick,:;10 In h.1'j !I \ .1: 'soi\1 inr11. ;1r 1 Wt ea "raay1)t. 'tan', .4iSCu ioJ-{ vutT .,UAtII'pc.M': >.-
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I 1. -5-- :N. '''' thosewhOdmog 'II
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*a ches and upwards wide i i ] S .j'.4Mr."t1 Ur'the'remar I" '.
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e ." ,- tt P# A .of1\li'iV ._, ', ,. I ere were D1ei1''Wh ,,_ tkJDg
;4L 1000. sup.feet cherry.boards, to be 16,'island: .1 .tb eonly momeutAnhICh 4heyicould, hae : ,t l.fi.tWt.bsi:: 'wmmgt ;T for;th&bfflis lo corij' '
fr 1 .en ;2Q inches wide a proportion each > :: !L .J.CK,ONVILLE.AUaUST"19. 1848.' : :: '' -- ; 1'1 I
," .I ndered their.constituents! /basely is >cimevfronitheHrasevbutlifxamended; ,as5ro'posedrhe jbd come ,but#
I J 1000 sup: feet black walnut, inches:thick, 10 rebe : ny'ervc: ; h&beIeethv.It 1
':, ;8houldnof.be. able to-vote for itHe lJ Jt.
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1ft' v.cj. inches and upwards wide l i \ trayed thernstiiiiaTthought ofhexcS3 ; ? hthWd. b ti1101tt; *
1 : ..#. t. tj; \. I.'t"' '.', alluded to the proviaionaof thoiection which i..a iszl. ut-. 1 on ''--' .- 1b, .
:tt 1 1000 ; feet blackwalnntj 3 inches thick 10 il""frM "ed R. .
sup ) Inpr terestalone! 'feS .
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"r I 1 ,. ... > it\was proposed then:to amendr-the Section,containing '. t
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eseiitaiT s,)hoonIypreented thezrown; *hsixth1sectI0oftheOrd1nAflCe! of ',:: : :t
i black ;
bW1 1000 1; feet walnut 2 1.2 inches thick, .i .
: \i 'ii irf,V.10 inches and:upwards wide '1- lote bif greedand: ,g iniThey1prated? about the! 1787.'the'Wilmot Proviso -andldefendedthoseprovisions SELLmGP i A Wiuri :f"t

: ;;"t'J:1.: tt1000 sup.feet black walnut, 2 inches thick 10 .1'" ..l1.. i'l, :'insecurity'of?relyihg upon the upreme'Cbui'tot JI :qf' that section t No good reasons.had, ThSe tI eI JW
'hk 104.tr, inches and upwards wide EITIOCRATIC. "IVOITIirrATIOIVS., :1 ;the_ : nited Stttes,'|who 1 yieitt Brerea4y' T been inference given for would"adoption be irresistibly ofe'! amendment.he th.gbt 'to ni ,B00b3Ctiihe aot.: .
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; ( 1000 feet black w.hiut 1 inch thick.10 to : I
.I'\-'I! it* p> sup.20 inches wide !a proportion' 'breach, li.. t.-z" ; -.. - ..'*, r <::1 1 :'tb.be bought.9J-:sold.for att, ffice.<)(They,spoke if so'amended,ihat'if the.territory lay;south'of < l'JFt1"&tJth.! ', tt1i;. aed' i

t.' 1"-, ...1. breadth ., TOR:PRESIDENT OF TBEt1NITEDITATU! : S I! of the, injury of'compromises,,.who''afterwardii' 30J the{proviso'would'not'have'.b.en .: th&t it.conk1bwIth dIcoS '

rt;? '1000 iupfeetblackwa1nut,3{. inch thiclc lS I .5.- t 'E iWJ':S: "o: '..s' ".tC :, .fo reTtl'f O n rom. 'a' titutioil iiced. : :He.wished ino.committal on that. point. ita.pnl1 o e :Y : ; ..
institution andnotbounded'by t\ :
-tf : t8uth .The .alatery yrasTlocal.! { -! ,
: :t1M to 20 inches wide a proportion of each 8 f mc cr .
.. .. the t Yes!-and for.these s athnzjlei uFa1"nt '
','" ,.;.:"? 'b--.ath .' I I I i -S } ;)t + d :; ::11 1000 sup. feet bay-wood mahogany, 4 inches. OMicfliGANy"y, ouireward,shall! ;.be greai. ;You(shall,be,fr I- f4latit4e. 14, J4z.e9PP JdiQ1L.F ,f ;TallaThisisthela c t, : : Y.ttft ,: ;

rt:...'t v -thlck.,410' inches and upwards wide' h, ;:; k..7oLvl; PRESIDENT,:., S 'corned to' .your homes as Judas':Iscariot to his slavery', and all comprimdses. If the' bij l was.to Band a ,ttli.u.:
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f* J 1000 sup. feet bay-wood mahogany, % inch WILLIAM 0. BITTLEII b othez plesrArniht to the h'earts riiis bV.paB ej'a&l i.c e.ir m., he)1 ou'1' 'lshu14 :which their bUnb11ft' ;RI-
H' ?. ."f.countrymen. th herefor vote for.it, but not otberwise allies .Ge'{ ''
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i:trttt-. : thick, 12 to 18 inches wide, a proportion ,, it" -f4' > \ar bring:tgiinse ; :x rf
,1\n;. ; of each breadth ;:.t '* -v S OF KENTUCKY.SS I .: The, curse of:a betraycaipeopleshall ; \In regard to'\.California, and *
'1 1 i1 1000 sup. feet bay-wood mahogany, 4 inches .f, '.,.... 5-_5'5 ,. '"- : hover oer-yo ;to warn you darkly,of the these csequencesorth war, were'more easily ,by the judges, t Michigan Terri

r'; '.f 1\ t! thick 10 inches'and upwards wide FOR GOVERNOR/OF: FLORIDA. ; *.,-"., w rig9u .havedone 'themV':The :finger 'ofscorajjhah.be 5-: to.,be foreseen,,than now arethe. .,.termination qf 1 ll .bf',the governor, ?

: :i % 1000 sup feet 'bay-wood mahogany; % ihqh :, :!" S_. !' i : pointed." ( 'so thatijie fruit h difficulties arlsingfronI 'the?acquisition.of :grants, lewd, .idle,>d :.disbrferly 5ri
.1. thick 12 to 18 inches you, ief ritcrjv4ghlbecn9ppoito the.war and eummon drunkards "
& wide a proportion GJEN. .WLj44ILE-- : ) ; ,'.lug t. 1k
$ .' of ach breadth it '" .. : treachery shall fall to -ashes 'in your mouth. :to the a acqmsition'of-territory Jie shouldcontinue I .&c..&c 'might be"dehvere4'.' t"It. .

t v" .H*.**tr j,;L?.c. 1000 sup. feet bay-wood mahogany;2 inch ..., S .' >, And when ,the tune:of.strife comes,1 as"'come it .to nse.all'fforte to,n k'e'that aiquisition -' :st bleto, be employed .inlabr n .
.: 12 to 18 inches wide '3. i FOR CONGRESS:- contrary to the'extensionbf/.thefMea.of .t: h m ths.b7 such '
thick a proportion will! ,if 7'tone:spark of fprid ,:bf;.nbnor'bf,: ,iumanDeing I constable to i '
t1pj:"::: t i of each breadth : slaveryifjnf( -> / ,:-i *!$ >"' .- ,i I lC Lne es .waea that-can.be'
WILLIAM'ItO ; "
-,"''1\ 26 feet in ,, is; }ieft inhe, Soutlfrn j character each Mr.UiiIcroodwithdrew his,amendment to eeds which pnrr "
f '1t-: 50 ash oar ratters length, to be 5 : l ? '" < 3P of !oe ::to I
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;iT ti inches square at the.looms. The blades -. drop. !j bloodithen: shedj'belt,in insurrection S the. motion'ofMr: ; puglaa?. .," :; f ; the poo ""' fsySS&r

r4 ...- ;>. to be one third the length of the rafte, FOR "RESIDENTIAL ELECTORS: or clvn strifeihaltblasty r ri thfrionst'm Mr. Calhoun,should vote against the' amend. *'This-is&-?F.vpfc.ynjof l '. pajdSM*

'.lr..f ''. and 7.inches wide and 2 inches thick at Johns eiiiLcart1i-shkl1bo: : W ent.!. Moqd.rathtfor.tho: bill. as!>it, ;thelndiana law approvedby.GeaeSSSS
GEO. FAIRBANKS ig'
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4\.J., :. .i.i; ,: the blade end, (per piece.) 0 .o .. 'comes from the House'. ,than with an amendment *ahnacterca1cuiate4 A'r r i--ch; :authorized'the. .sa ejhIj'taice.to

.t'rOt::1}'.R / CLASS No. 5. H. DUPONT, ofGadsden. in nother world.; of a,negative ; .temporarily '8 Ka donefo what tto.wiomS: : ? r

) Cypress' Soatdsl (board measure.) JOHN MILTON, of Jackson County. Happily-happily,- Florida is"'exempt''. from :to allay the excitement ,but settle'nothing.! : wKlewd, idle, :.disorderly m&gS*

fel 3000 sup. feet. 26 feet in length, 8 to 10 inches 'this reproach.-and;bur:Representative and'SenT ; ;He>would not;.even go\f9ritwith\ moditication : ;a ardsnightwalkersrthie.ves: S .
+ **-*' f *? 19*r*' '<*f *"*"- the .M"'
wide It inch thickboo ; :proposed by entor5from; pKentucky,I mL en, andfor.thecr1mecijeft ;
NOTICE. atbrsj although ineffectually did .their, duty \!, .
: : 'with ,;heeawhichecehain) 1 in L :"Honest I *'/ .n. t.
:i' .t1"'i ir. sup.. feet, 18 feet in length, 8 to 10 inches ; f regard : poor men are 1e n t t 1Ii
t : :' .,. '. wide, 1# inch thick a We are requested give notice that a 'meeting S B uttheipp 1iit.d.time of,the.South had come. !to the constitutional rightsof hisconstituents.He :the parallel:'which Jhf then)iu

10'. :;:::411.r Elm Plank and Boards, (board measure.) of the Democrats of this precinct will beheld ,The Prid, the'Honor, and"the Glory'are now trusted oJo11tirrkPan! ,by his vote.wouldaid L ih1S. tt doughface" echoes: at the,nortl i e".

:..'* '"2Z1 1:,**( 20000 sup.feet, 28 feet in length. 8 to 10 inches in this place on Thursday evening next, all lost except to"History.: 'No! 1 iig z1taU it in carrying through a bill which had proved L t weeayou.and theva tjthe Xe !
2: / ; wide 1&inch thick i naufficicrtjind .delusive, tO bbth,ides i The !;c Ir "l rdf.h and
'/ prosutute,
'A the 24th ins( for the of be the nursery;of Statesmen or the birthplace, ,th'ijnJ.k
.:i"**? 1000 sup.feet, 20 feet in length, 8 to 10 inches purpose nominating: : 'impression was becohiiiig strongerdailyron) I It! -a.selling poorwhite .n Did act.$
,. *;.* *< wide, lU inch thick delegates to the County Convention, be held in of thos great ones who are the world renown I mI $tlut this diyisionin; :thebodytpohtic! 'canaeverbehealeahere. :i I?rIar :pwwly providetlutUc&SilE

.if-sftg. : 1000.sup. feet 18 feet in length, 8 to 10 inches 'Jacksonville on Saturday the 26th inst. 'A full ed. The light of its life is quenched, and I .' .: :,done-' lor DEBT.'and not. for crimed. '.''-',..
'I' :irtX wide 1& inch thick ; ,t He foresa1r.thisdivision'; > 'in the iir-po' rtion : .But.. "hI". .ye ".-> ", '-'- "
.. ? attendance may be expe ted. quenched forever! Servile sycophancy be ,.Je. trumpetq,of .
s' $ 2000 sup.feet, 20 feet in length, 7 to 9 inches and the of aI1'adroit :bf his life,but atai 'pcriodwh ift ,)iot'capa.bJejotiobservation.tu as t or base purposes rnbis, jon.ftlliY {
now our place servant
; S'-V-Ii* wide % inch thick part, now.The,present id i&youknow that .
< RESTRICTIONS SOUTHERN RIGHTS. \ ( precisely.such a K"f :
: A3E 2000 sup. feet 12 to 18 feet in length, 24 in- where once we were master. The intellect'which feeling at the North', though lying,dormant;then ?ciple is now xisting in the "fresflj

h-:' .\! i ,; ches wide 3 inches thick In the House of Representatives on the 2nd once was destined to 'command'mustnow ,:: 'existed and had since continued' .l and more fS; ate ? Jhebleiainine.Titlesllj i

." '.:.".. 2000 .sup.feet, 12 to 18 feet in length.,24 inches .inst, a bill passed-for the government of the I be fitted for: the. craftier occupation., intrigue ;to dcTelope its lt. If left to Itself, -,.hid it not i |ter.20at., thefirst.part theR*. Ot".

4 ."l ", wide, 2 1.2 inches thick territoryof :Oregon, whidd adopted the ..ordi ;combined itself with poUtics-r-would have.runbut iotN. .. ,York. 'Tit1 .2d. : r'-,' ", 'Vi

;" .I. :: ..:. 2000. aup.. feet 12 to 18.feet in.lengtb,4 inch. nance of 1737 in other words the effect of the and Southern cunning will soon be compelled -become extinguished.' 'But/the aid'givenby \[grantsi3, authorizes such persons' tafetlp., j

Il.. :'i',,.t; ',S_.-j.; f{, ';es.wide. 20 inches thick.. .. to pass as a bye word with Grecian guile. :politicians:tQth. .fanatical" party, 'who, bc' !jthe';jpbor-house ._for',six. inonths ''MEeii .\
.**,;-,11'f -, present Wilmot Proviso by a vote of 129 to 71. Servility or Craft Such is hereafter the fate. l. r'tJi"I !-Oo&ntiih by' i li eptat9fThsorderlyPersons hardlabbryb :besent to--" '**-'d
.
.V i,4. 'T' Peniae.ia. .We since heir.fanatical the sub 5 ; .
tVavj-yBrd
learn that on the 10th inst. this bill L ,* operations, hasgiven: [. \ whiiotherpbrTOn ;
of the South ., .a.'t
: < UIQ. .
:, :fc .i. :> :'/,;/ CLASS NO. '1..YtUow passed the Senate, after being amended so as to .I ject.<,,an, .1 importance'ihe-consequences,. j ; ? which f- x .-.IS C);fmentibnedin; 'the Mk'l' >

)';: S ; .. Pw-bOard( measure) apply the line of the Missouri to: THE "STAR OB THE" WEST.: "-'The sturdy' Democracy S \were now beginning ole: fully developedf I(except'.tbiey' ,) authbri'the 'thebing
'V. r'J} 2000 feet or.1.inch,and 3000 tee fr 11-2 inch, compromise He contended' that tb.efehad'. beenVcontinualyielding :' proper authoritiesb'ftOTlK : f' 'I 1cJ 1
;. oJ" ;- ,, ... to,be from 16 to 20 fe.t long,and from 12 territory south of 36. 30.. by a vote of 32 to 21 of Franklin county, have established a on the part 'of 'the Sbuth .:- h t 'the .'AA,4Kn3.li Y\A mivtAVM- bl. .oz eJ: irll1l'.

.1& ':fl to 14 inches wide ,.On the succeeding day this amendment was rejected i paper, under the above title to be published in ;South j had,been.contnually| growing Beaker. -0'';seii' n" ." Prei ...."OfL. _

.b : .: 4000 feet,of.2 inch,and 4000 feet of 2 1-2 inch,I j in the House bya majority of 39. Thus Apalachieola. until the close of the Presidential and'weaker-while the north was growing bolder t:jJ;ynta they' shall be qllll -'> :TO ,.
4- ; to be from 20 to 30 feet long, and from 12 canvass. The first number is before and it : and bolder.. He had'alwaysbeUeyett.that! allamendments [ cbntractibrthesernee: such 1iupit"

;: -i./I' r. ;to 14 inches wide, rough edged we suppose,the subject lays for the session. should be"met at;ihe! beginning, ![ly,"persons. "as. shall. be. ,,ifjtil age'wittftamx i*

aft" :.; .'f 5666 feet of3 inch, from.40 to 60 feet long,'12 We cannot but say 'that the importance of is conducted with a spirit which will make the 'an4.hft'"ad acted,.upon thjsr)pri ciplel Jtrat"hadnbt'beenlsustained L. ***' set"fanta.".. af\n1l'tlTt&ilM.. .- '"" 1'":,
r I ,.! wide journal valuable auxiliary to the in the : by'his. association,' OtbZiZe : ;: J I .
j S to 14 inches the struggle which.has. been had in Congress ., cause southern I. io ,.1foranytermearP ;: $.f
i xl/: 12000 feet of 3 1-2 inch, and 12000feet.ot 4 I upon these territorial Bills seems to have been Whig-ridden West. ;** in either House,,and hence' the :de'cianitionsolNorthernVmen f. 'y t S .1 'to, ,H.fj
J f?i& :U Incbfrom 40 1 60 feet long, 9 inches. I! that the7Sputhdid: not feel *somuchVu }i. .What is ,the difierenftiui pruiciple'\i.-\ ., .'

'f" : .:.4r t., (iwide* ) with.sq rcedge. .imperfectly .understoodby all but what ,are: I THE BUFFALO CONVENTION organized the- t
;J-Ji f. ". 10000' feetfof 5 inch, and 10000 feet ot 6 inch j to !, called the "Free s i1' partl''We! 'regret: ) '9th inst. the on must' all end in. eriqt4;, consequence .the ei-: p oor.bousesdott.d. thVaurfaee ot thas .' '
I. f 's.- be from 40 to 60 feet 12 to 14..inches On 10th, MARTIN VANBUREN was tent of which no one could foretelL :
,. long, own that an unaccountable. apathy, or indifference & 'i 1 ;; ;; thickly as they do.tbe.Stat4 of'{N.'J :
.
:
P. t. = Jo wid of tree.. ( ) nominated for the "
shape
: Presidency.c
; .. ', -J ppearatO have He referred to.the consequences ofth'e abolition it hey:probably;would bftTe.correspoi3ire&'M
..: _* weighed upon those whose
.;. i.:"; All this to be of the best fine-grained longleaf of A telegraphic despatch to the Richmond Enquirer : slavery "the.West India islands, and L. ;Jy. ,And. Q8 tQ tri1 1he, lznLIerj'o' (

'l.: .:.; ye ow pine, free from shakes, bad knots; interests life and property were really at of tile 12th announces that C.F.ADAMS S in other c countries as c1 destructive 'to the interests :; iHarrisonVand: of the laws of'the f freewn? 'i,

!'. ";,. .: -: and aU. defects clear of sap. stake. We have witnessed;the solemn farce ofa of the property ho)4erL.J- ? *; j|ngland, ought,not.to: compwn'nor;ths $t:
: r
-.1 of the late J. >
.. son .Q.ADAMS has
II' :; I";;l, ? CLASS No. 2. grave discussion about compromises and concessions been nominatedfor I !! The feeling existingat the fNortIandVeSii! : !i,egyrists of cuator'Lesier;provide14be4, :

; :{;j; White-oak Plank, (board measure.) where one portion had to the Vice Presidency'J' "* ft he repeated.tWas not of modern.growth, though with[ .>deiibe" tibn'and.carL3V, ,

.1. j; b j 000 feet 1 1-2 inch, and 4000 feet 2 inch, t, everything .much of the present feeling had grown up.:within t .,. '. : : ', ,
t } .'. be from 20 to 30 feet long, rough edged. lose, and the other had nothing to rgivo. We .. : Tn
--f.fI :: .5000.feet 2 1-2, inch,7000 feet 3 inch 10000 have seen the Northern politicians for the'sake The' fall cl&tiniopen brilliMOyforJDA4i"Availability"is he,said,-A f bill had been>fortedherej; ..embracing ;i'., < ; EV ;:; ql< -5

1.( f.J: ,: feet 3 1-2 inch, 10000 feet 4 inch, SOOO of conciliatory power among'the fanatics at and BUTLIR. the:"only P 9.TIaj ;.{ ,;would lead #a, .<1: following' from'fthe Angosta),.Gat,:ciK'.
.,Ii'. ': feet 4 1-2 inch, 15000 feet 5 inch, and home routed .everyS just sett1em ,a,comniitte composed of meii: itutionalistj .shows thattheFedriI '
.
persev.cJ'estendily' and in :
.'' obstinately where. : ,
-l.b '15000 feet 6 inch-to be from 40 to 60( i .1iY.fai] in advance their constituents. .
:H' ;;r.: feet long, to average 45 feet and to be excluding the Southern portion of the Union INDIANA.:The Washington Union of the" llth'contains and of their associatesp.theotber1llouse: ,: the: I;Georgia are.is wfllfallybUnd" ti" th6''t-X

*.'/*%>; from 12 to inches wide at top end. from the enjoyment of a constitutional right. I telegraphic'news" from Indiana of the latter being ore.easily,Influenced by the opin- f FnxMdRE'as; those ofYlorida.the1ent1emanwhoefea, ,_

::52 **! All this to be of the best of white oak free We have at the same time witnessed the ; ions bfthose. c nstit &ent&- .bill liberal in all t 1 ,.MULum FILLXOU.-TMC4r.'
t"1 r5ij V"V : from shakes bad knot., and all defects ; and no strange : preceding day. In this..strong;\yhig,tate, out respects't 'w l s"th North' yielding again ; : rehoeket

,i:.'r-....!; '. short crooks. spectacle of .the desertion. by Southern Representatives : of the counties heard from':and those in the much on'th e.parVbf,theoIitb as,'he proceeded l Reading advertisements; offering.w to buyisaiiiinegroesinthe ;
.. o. .". -- -CLASS No. 3.Live of the.rights they-were to tb'argue'at' lengthj'repeating; '
; ;' delegated strongest Whig section, 26 Democrats. ye.been:: spme substantidlly : Washington papers I. .M
J' : Oak, (per cubic foot.) maintain, and this in accordance'with the dictum elected to th 'State.' !" ;:thTi w iihesubJ pfslavprylWhich': has S JVIillard.FiUmore jt.was who ivotoi iUi,
:
it: i'-.,: :' 7000 live-oak feet promiscuous timber, at least of Whig Caucus.' The object the i Legblature,y and/bnlyrsix. _'J, expressed-In former$ echei,' '/ ( sI jngs .Slade, and,others ,to.instruct 0*pw
:-. 6 /E,; 2,500 feet to be from 15 to 20 feet long,to 'was I Whigs. This is a net gain'so. .far.' of1O members : 1twas timethat.Senarsorhisid&houli I m ittee.on Territories-introduce_a bill M
both "
r side 10 to 15 and rise from same to sections,- the election: of General on joint ballot. sider)hat'J: o' oiinJ, '
'J. ; inches astraight i-i- ;, r 5. w a> g y id'b CUvvVvU r. ing[ Jaw pissed by .the; people.of,Fl .i&k. ,.
., tIk: line from 10 to 45 degrees, averaging TAYLOR t 4 NORTH CAROLINA.-In counties yet heardfrom ;[F6rbne, ,hV would nJEfyer.compromise;'* If a compromisetwa3 their. ,territoriallegislature; excluding&* :> "

P .r--t.; 20 degrees; none to be less than We dislike"greatly to connect parties with the Whig'loss has been2543. The tobe. inadej Ifmust be: on"the constitution :rgn>es.from that territory!J?, _**,;a*" ..
: '
: Whigshave'giTeV.it'ufu
t, t-. 10 feet long, or to rise less than 9 inches. : tselfthihb>6rthrandthe'South.refusedt ; MilbiddGiddi'sg Fillmoreit.was.whojot J&
,' t ...1. To be sided but this movement, inasmuch as it involves,a.principle L- The'Csrleon' of l J :
Sit, all not hewn moulding ( '1 .' -'jCouner 1.i it eonstitutibnarpoint) !, .The i again tisinhtabji.p
;\;)I ;:: way, and measured clear of wane; to be which should,ride above;allparties,:but Monday last says:,; '%' ? % ...HArB- .!ic $ 'questionrxmld iieyex be settled bytaking itinto Ition asking- Congress topaw; ajl* : !

';,,.;:";..; of the best quality and free from all de the ae'f io m nt8 ofthe, influence'which party; Through','the attention of :a'correspond en I t' .theirowzi hands UereL.fbrhowever' opposed't 0 !negro ,stealers;:and. cerjjinjhe:=i
'
'it.;..It"\'SI'. fects. spirit has L i brought to bear upon it have been to whom we have often been indebted for'favors, the constitution.and'lawsjwas''physical force, it' iStoteaand. .: asking to.hare the'privilege of tmii .

: of ,.. \ '. CLASS No. 4. s o great,7:that"we, cannot forbear declaring itto i we are informed thatrtnrnufromal1' but seven uld OD' plishnucht ivtL 'r ;Lj I !iog ; "QgV th e i-post. ; fficev. our,
\;; c';, ; ". Mast Timber, (per cubic foot) counties have been received..A comparison with 5- .H- waacxncerue r:for tKefperpetuityof the, t and-among.our,,people M ear...t: ;

; 1i. c1; 5 pieces. 54 feet long, 17 by 17 inches. haTe"bee the all ruling'clement'which'hns the:'returns of >1844'oMhese countieS:would' Unibn' when th' rights faitionofthepeo' :and outrageons.attacks 'pQnus-as, T.elsU"J

5, ': 4 do 66 do do do do do humbled the, :South,-which. has'degraded,her show that the Democratic candidate. wo ld'beelect pie would not be maintkine(r in the way'provirttfwY :- and,citizens ofPfCOlUmbiannte4tO a,IJa ) I Dg. tp
1 do 51 do do do do do tothedust. In the d : for,by.the *$ t tiition>!";He'greatly Veared ;
;; .vote,in the Senate. on the by ;123-majority.;KTheIiegisIature i is t ;.fil reh .b I. "
1 do 45 do do do do do stated to be tierbn' that South1would be compelled:to take the .terestedrin, thoc1aim to
__ I Clayton Compromise bill-we find not a nowa: joint: ballot''with a : : ; : pro ": jW .
1 do'(2 do do do do do single '
4 1. probability of a Democratic majority." regulation of the mattirintq;theirO' hand k .the,
J --- 1 do 33 do do do do Northern'Whig :Toting 'for thejBill and! four The .
do I ..Harris ,' 'S 'Buffalo hun sb'much'ta&ed "of t' slav -there.without the consent o ftewilWand
1 dodo 3Q dodo' do do do : Southern Whigs against it. Thejnischief was Demy'has' beenelecedo he appealed' to'tJi1nk wre'e.8 ,io mJ: : without making them any compensate Mfc';

-. !: r I 1 61 do do :do do dot here begun, and no. ,.human. power 'could avertthe Congress' ,by,a, majority bf-'i25: in' a district ,-am fripm the;Barnburn rsa''free soil.'de' ; : -S.f MUlard,[FUkaore wasj'who;voted,; gwP-.:

\ do 55 do 15 l..2do 15 1-2 do which has.:hitherto;gifena' hig: majority of mo. totion3jto''aidinf''depriving: 'the" south of !.censuring'/oshuaB. Giddings,:for i<
-, do infallible .consequences.1 It<.was:proclaimed .. .,t .. .. ., "' :introd .
2 51 do do do do *
; : : do that Southern from 900 to'1800. and which is now represented w..eir2Lc: : '--1.1'' ._'t" .t/-, '-4 ,. : Iuti to &b r/: tt ,
:' : 1 dodo 52 do do do dod do Whigs should desert Southern "
in. which
4. 1 S by LIncolnWhig.( ) H tt Therewasnoaspectpf,the ca.-iitwMch i it : InitnyftndmnrderbysIaT( *) )
: :
1 49 dodo do do do interests order to
bmoto'TAYLORte rclcttion. ;.
j$ would justifieilanolaprroyed termsi shock
-aLt : 1 do 37 dodo do do The matter.- wasitiecidecl;} In the House ,!a : Kz. f. cif T e1' f j i' ""for;.CitIendei 2 the North not appear had,benefited that slave Europe)labqr had had< benefited benefited :.all law,.order, and,iini humanity JlIK?
: MI
: 10 .31 .110. : : )r=
:1r .. ljVc1, do.do. dodo.. for Goverhor/in, at 11ia .
i LoujsvMe : :
; ; clow Fillmoreit voted
.J .,3 do54, ; dodo 12 t.2do 121-2 .do,. S Southern Whig moves to. lay this Bill on the .: ,. .J of the aUexceptesavhoder-" : t! .; t ,,; was,:who. '
table -and the mot day of the_election was 393., "Afri, .Cl 's' UtW.. tsalc1t.h c remarks which all but tha first of resolutions lntrodoo t* I
1do451 do dodo do ,do ,' motion is carried 'not ,

4- 1' do 45do.. .' dodo ". 'do'do> -: 1 Northern ,Whig' '1otWg 'against it, and"iiht'a single majority, : IStl was.\773V- H"If..: .a, :, 't heW knewin,._this_._-,. .question'>e jspbke neither:jonly'for.himsetf--he*,d north: nor :f Mr i'ADdi! Athertott]dilla of,:New YJll,Hampshire O"1S; theQe&leditor.of f i', s.-'t'f

'- ( I1d".do148.,33 dodo -. .do:.,. do.dodo\',dodo doSS ;,:\; .Southern Whigs for,itj sufficient to have turned .It issupposedCrittenderwifl. <; beelected"buby itb the.-south; nor did ho.look.upon it,so gloomily, I. the ChTOMcte;& WilUng to zW&rward"howmnch .
: ti)ili e lecri ; '
)1 do 33 : do .dod.do-do j the scale the other way. The work of destruction ,/ I'"r 8 'li., <,.J.....;.".s' d", .''!' t\J- ,lif'.: ,.' \ as did the enr.fxin.Sojlth Carolina Ever I liberal ( 1frttosny;

-, -,.,. ,..' ," S '*once begtin,4the;;point oii 'tit;; .- ., t .- ". ,_ -"u-"k-'r---; +5- since,he.had b e .Ix4;; blic1ifebe hidi-esisted 'Cf&tsthe1itor qftbeVoestaukonai ,
was decided. SS
) I : dedwho will said '
that_ Ffllaorfabolitionist ,
every augmentatioii slavejrepfesenlatibn prove
pf :ihr : :
26'pieces. pNGRESs:111: ; '
S- :'' S ., A,.separate,"9egoIL, ,Bill )immediately]: ; ---t Congress, andLits augmentation 8'a local insti . .,' .. ."tJo d'
.This! |imber to be nicely hewn, and.to hold ; {'-J1J)1'Dn 1iTJI&ouG .. : .. { ":
With
passed thei_ilouse.by a large : tntion, thro'ughout ,the '. lie act the same" propriety. IbredItorotcjjght : t
majority country. ,
their sizes nett. They must be straight, and ol.parallel adopting On"th'e:2 dTns inthe House Ii : 4 : ..
; .ot ;; offer '' ieitairoftha '
against all had -u-
theWilmot Proviso! 4nd1utnotleast ,. rMen :acquisition endeavored U .
: ,
.widths,from end to end.may..have-4 ; even .
Inches tat4h. .. OBRI ..f.T..ttji'0Ni. keep ,off, acquisition,'.and now"the:'honorab) p Giddings,Slade, and Hale are***i.
: sap on the two opposite'aaglei all the the" ,Senate'isjwillingttor; ; snthis- Bill;with the. J. i.\ ;'' -y..... Ctt. .. y.-f_+ member.froni Sooth Carolina who> took: such an Uonists.. l ,If,these gentlemen.are boJiti'.*l land
"
mt heart be of ; .f; < :> .f nan47$7zpsssby. ;
wine;;must_ firstquality.of long leafed .MiSOU$1 compromise 'while. the,Housei', : :!? .of429ito: 71, active partin the.acquisition of Texas,'would ( >e hardly.think:the editor of.Uxfr 4 t
4- --- timber yellow and )in every .way suitable.for mast to.accept it, and iasiata T thcr.o' stall' '"bo no'" 1 ; T OD.toDtah g thisT roisioir Ja as folw&neipeopievoitwiejtemtory.oritheiUnited-' not/say-thatha; 'did n7tiatHat acquisition i 'look ict .,win tdcnvt.it..) snefindTillmoi&v.
subject inspection of., .the ni I- ,. '. .' 16 'j"I JI 'fi'j f JifA t >' f i3 .with
S ;-! l'li2:, inch;will be allowed.- vationJ!%, i *? rt. ._ ., $, ,''ti 0, : tallJ'mentation ...8141'1b1torV. _' > heyequetjo! *C* A" ;
: '
j It !y)1 ,. ; > .. : b1 l ii {'b' i ;: ,1".Jii 't'hr "> : : jnwhichslaer'-
bro.ju
: r CathouR d' concerneo\thd,
J' 0 t ;.tj.U hewsamostbapp V :
1J C : Itt 0 JIAl\l_.:8,J 1 i' ; rep I .. ., ;
"
CLASS ThjCblt i t.f tT1S ; ,
n ;
No.,5.L to o ll. eJk hAft job
tled hue iuLiii .ti Jjyfl
r en 5o'enjoy:1lidJ. ar J be rihpy4ees It : 'er to'.w rm : h e toc "! ., ;
*1 .-r :.>lt I*'fled&daTt ({cubic foot), y: ricstoetlier-1cftth. ..subject oflavey11)Q ,J.' ;'fd."es, and..aec{ .that he did not/ ;Her.ti"i1ainVhmreasonsan, I J1e south, d 1, lhoriia -

: ri 50 sticks best quality red cedar timber, fronij: I dcciJed .bySti?f Cons tutiona yTribunalj lt. : '' :; ; denied'that he had beenC actuaiW;byMr. zr -local .znorei4 ot.ot.t1..Jlaalt'Jd :, i (t_!\; ;
i: ut.J to l jf .loDgJ "from.tol: ] inches in SaatWeetOf-thoriyerOhie.'bv: : t. : andcomzieiiiaI ie n'f' ,1.Uk1iJ "t.tt! df ''I\ t The;lntimatetle.5et1ito q ._,W..J.;<'
made.no.geogr lbfthe . the '
S M'r' diomefer at the small end. .J p'hica1llinit admissionl I t/ '-S- --< 'S 45 ,r..I!
p '
fc : : 'Senator'all- ,of:_tle brice MrJWM
compact>nta d .Lh.nl Wetetetrgave'the credit for }
r9" i
::; tt Also 4-2,ton lignuravite from 6 to e'ri lf" i f.T td hbi&ih i'ih ; '. ce toe .
n/ia'
12 ,
: inches
in the l-D9!, .
.- S $ 4' 4 :4'S etmnen. d .d.-t ity ou the:th ;honesty'of.Jhu:mbtiye ;lHe'pte 'for.the: :er i hJpot _
.. i : e ib'}) 2.! i T.j T. no American cizenwho'wouldconced! less j inmatten 1 enthdayotIjeeyentcen; ;bUIU1red..." annexation of,Texas becausejhe saw'that unless .lth lf9 .Pu. ,_JoneJUl; ,.
J..Ilrttcms No, 6, -I.eht7urI ; ,
:
S ': Krii ,' pertaining,;Ito Southern rights ; aI .1i.b. ., i u4ec. .--9 L annexatioh'to_' _. k place: the*__ system'of_ slavery'.inw gilded, even tfth ayisr.,..due.w
.; S 1e'* : .iiv (per cubic foot-)5) : than > o "" hin.t .c 'c i-*** w* .Dget vf*-> i* !& Vj? r***FL .}hlg.tq iyalFwit4 $ J -'

: -, 0-mclikues. ii"l arm, ,4..to.6,'body, 5 to. 7.fee> .CALHOUW,'andtjwas; P..tlS opinion that'this. I, said1'p&ide r.O.r.com. .... ..na. d"_" .P1"9 Isj ,. ,.9.n.th, hititutionaI:, ioMW.therewsi"bt \ d .;9 4ftthe.ChrojJcIewfll! blish.the- ;

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t been "withsonie 01 ; '
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, r .1101tin. PWn.11'.USh, ;_. ;will betried at the present atsizes Tipperary": ,, : yon-'eye_ l -fo.f, i.. ,t. .,i 'X".l '. t s1o irn. ", pplyVth ',UI.-_'en. th t V '"V ,&" -\ '-..'

,; t$"Xft$f -J 'renstate bur ? and ,LimerTckl 3Ir. Alcagheys utiere briefly fttnd&xnentalca tised the'uttermost )idtementin pl e 1i{h'C' be .af'to 1"'iriih: i VV VV ,MARTHA.w.,nt\wa'T.. t. ,' ,. ,- '
of Vat iif rd. ? : : f..f .
nomination : ,
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. } the Gem.Taylor.ris'A .' ., ., Alliit '->'' "'1 ; t
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)1 ms military chieftain whose whole The.c pel.bela'were rung;thousands: coh- so m r oux : 1Qd ,:Y't.C" Jfr v can J '" > ," 0) ,,..A419184tV." .1 _'_ _";_.'m_'',<'. :jjY TilEJPR smBNT8.TII. .
fetre deratessssernbl4 and it 1 fall.the'rit ,. .t. *. f.._ .,t. .- P"Ha .. .' .. ,- J. ; --: V tlNITEB,8T.l.TB8.44
ssed.in j *' V #*
the :
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been necesr it. .1'
fife has p .. army, .b &beoretbemuaue -we may as welltc down,7. s ArcniDRia. .nvKBBii .1 '
. ; his mind to a .grw degree andinflueneeafthgjft: ; d and,eliivalrous '1 :, : In unu i tf r"Ij' I-1AMES! i ;
t..dinning captive aided 'by'the. Catholic!'clergymen t 'Oape secm'j: JcVVdVIveit. up,. : -f.OrJCRlSrHEREB't-'GIV.> to 11'ri. PO ,!.rteSt&t ntorjfi
' i & We.dislike: principle; of V ,' 'Jr., .J', '" ..i.\l-, intereste. : itt d'SljJi.F U
'.! !" thttheSubscriber V
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to V : wiowotchibaldiloganscfeceised -
prevent the people from'fallirigf in : : "" V 'VdUNGlIlCKvny :\ ; c J \ 1V 1-L' ,
be themi'tnr'y
. our civil rulers merely have.dr;achieved mainly in- ; n d,p31 ee.,_ Aa-1 thras: *they- stoned- the- "V\'"'1.0.,..,"; J.., :",:r. ,,;-}' V1 .". .:," >:;I"'A' :LV. J" 1 'Ar ,has filec1'.T.' f ,,.;. O fAmericado t.. erebydetIare nn4that #

:the,distinction they authorities and,cut off one bodylrt:trobps'from : -- : .t -. -I' ; ". tion' in the Court.of Probato for Columbia known,, :; p&blicr aks willJat :' 'j, VV
&
. u1 em professions V are whigj the other. They created a'tormid ble 'birricade V j ? < ?< DEMOqATCIEETG, ,', .t ty' ;Vchild's.pan' :,said:estate,\W1ichsbi' tIieufldermcnt) ? lit'fl-J L i d.O elif"JiU; V
present which ; t aVIti,1 h dtacCrebkr. ; ciflct elects. .to_take injieu dower,and that she will ; ,
& 1rnpededthe 'of the the"wr : FL Ki 1'
: d ;
\ ra iJu.o doubt a hearty hater of the Polk progress escort, for <; ---J < A
., a Ci'on -
and for miles p county otf the i5fr.lttht4t tR.Dilfon'5 pray alJiearmg"ofthe jn I
harrassed
, .ballot and hunted the .
S5r never Toted a whig Pro ; procession hercinafterdesignaf! 4
; f.ciwjt ;
has
he : fromsthisdate.IJ ., .
ww-* ve" a dollar nor an hour to t.heODoltb.e but happily lives,1"'ero'lost. During long.. 'room'. .. GeorgerBranmng was'fcaliedto. thehairand Y : : "ZThPHA'.1l.QG : I At theVjaoNewfl; Jt
, eTer.& 'u' 1iiac C01 : :
co
- : which the basis of the week Mr. DarceyjMcGee: andMr. Haywood C : : : -N ug9it t '4; \ insn
truths are J Bzisbi1Knt4 !c1. .e ry. ... \ inOfl'MOnda7theflintIot; Oc .
also i. J > _
for '
if f '
:WIre arrested sedition : .
himself wellfit but the bills '
S'u and confesses; not t : the
On T v disposal of the .
o1I'ith on affairs-aa might well ere thrown out by the Wicklow grand ,jury : niotktoVottMr. Finegafij a. committee of. < ,. tJ publiojanda.situated: > .'
political three ein4erm, entloned. .tri. ps .
We have no -Durance up to this on Thursday. The excitement, not only, in ;appointedfortheptirpbse[ of selecting 'nAY LOCKriJOTES lo;"ay t onshipsm- L V ; '" io.f } '.

I Icho SUl3be is heartily favorably to any one of Dublin but throughout: Ireland, is intense;andthe delegates- 'to the'-- buntyCorivenUoriito, bev,*heldo! \' .I AthEGoai1AT4: ,-atJacksoii'ille, .. i, ,J1. and.lor: :t 'i
for which the V note of preparation is:erery,where tI nd d. : -m.Ihe > inst*- ivt"v < V at-
26th and ,
olstinctivemeasures JackponvHleyon to draftresolutions' "IH VV !. :
Y' V V eflafl :
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c great. unless it be the practi. The flag of revolution has extended to England : : V :HORACE flOLOV4UvjV1S4 'C--f .

tby kip hate contended of the now, grossly-abused veto and scattered there. :, The Unit d Ripca1ers-'snd. ,V *s** expressive. .of Jt -the** sentiments' tf,VVeeting. of""the* 1 V V ; ." '.-' ; \The fraction'township seven,Uaa4ed.*stf J
l t&jn Chartists m % ,,,: of the B 1 n river, (except Srefureeaey el Kiven'and V
ortf rapidly organizing aiiig.he .r $r [{r ; + '" 'JSix +'t .

cso fYm nomination was urged on unworthy.J T Nation, notwithstanding the proclamation, Andrew ,J. Philips -WmTW. ;sSedgwick and 4'. 1VO'TICE' -. ten .east'of.twelve.eiid.) and theratIonftogj. I -
appeared this.morningl On th "; -'W KSlafler:datei: shall apply jto the ., :river,:(except."iDlU.i i"i i4V
ndUDa.e ured by the force of consideraSnaUre Monday a convicted ,George Lucas,.compoe4zai({committee. *' "rfi : ,) ; I ei4 eighteen'nineteen '
detest. : t.8 advocates either Chartists in London were sentenced each ,. Honorable the' Judge Probates of:Cp V ,'twenty' }:

: heartily the great distinctive measures for to two years' imprisonment :with sec rityfor The'C committee reported! the .following.named-. .- ",- lumbia Couhty {fqr L ttrs-pf;Administration 'of'.Fractional range fourteen._ ; ; 4.ttE

, 553ieh5g? that pUIlY.long and honorably future good conduct. The Queen's Ministers persons, as suitable,delegates to represent this on the estate of Joseph S.'Gill,'deceased).late of: .teel1. township" V t73IXVVOf' *$.. '
.
l' hat hate abandoned.their: intention permitting. precinct in the County Convention iz said;county.. r DEJhIfCHL'EK& : -. V ;L ".- ,
.ere obsolete( is, surrendered)) ,: :; \Townships oV
\ed her to visit Ireland in the' of next monthJCOMMUNICATED. ; Alligator August,:848.: tiree an{tftUtjJ"odr'kid1'tr
course ,
not sufficiently to Thomas'JVHendricks ,
popular A l
-or that they were .,." ,. ;. Coy. eorgeIiJca, ,. .', ." 1- .6'l townships,thirty-tme thurtyiax thi -
., t lph on their own merIts but must be car t 'George,Dranniig,;Henry',Dageiihardt_f, BLjFris- ;Estate.of.Crispia., ltlortlWldee t tynseven thirty;ight/and.lhirty.niaey leIghteen.
: '
the drum and the flash of
n'ed b, the roll of [ .] 'bee,' R. Dillon'and M.Hyams.. '4 ,LL"Persons interested ,are hereby notified,, i -,* >V I.To..; uU *J
We these V
itneni Vista guns. deny assertions ; ..JThat Six.Weeks from! the date hereof.. Townships :Iwenty-thrett-anJ rtwemj.fotlr

pddesp!e the counsel they inspIred WInG LEARNING AND W IG'"LOGIC. Which was concurred in unanimously... 'shall.apply' *totheHorJamesS., : :, Jones, Judge fractional township thirty-one,, townshipstr.aiitr .'

L Gene Tajlor stood before the public in 1r..NewWe all acknowledge,with due The .committee also reported the .fbllowirizT .o f Probate ror'Columbla'County,for Letters of.Administration ty-sir.:thirty-seven'thirty.ight V

equivocal attitude 'WIth regard to the whig,. humility, that the Whigs possess "all,the decency resolutions,'which f- Ver' .,unanimouSl>' ; ,, .adopted- .**: on the Estate of,Crispin''Mor. to1rDh p thirty-nine, of range ai .; 3natIiOVWectr1i.

arty. He supported by some as indepen- and all the talent" in the ,' That 'gan..late said countyl deceased. V. t V They
country. V -
others as *ia whig but not an Resolved we approve 'the course purrsued V V V V tier of Sections :
rparty; by : : DANIEL; ,MORGAN.. ,) thirty-one.: thirty.twby thirty ..
ltit t'hig7 wI aS'm by others as "a full have told us this so often, and so long, that it Mexican by'the WarV.Administration,in relation, the''V AiiigfttbrAugast5; 1848. : ; '_'E :' ,siXthirtven,'.t- ght h th .ma 1

HMfer crcr." He: was pledged to must be true. But this is not the advantage x ; .
,big and a ,only *" V -' V"V ._ .. '. ofranget..enty.H: "t"
ane to mn for President even in opposition they have over the poor "Locos j" .they Resolved, That'we hcsrtilyVipjuv the nbmination -' ItlKDICAIV' 'NOTICE.DRS. -., V ': Townships.thirly,.:thirty-on*Wrt-twot

til whig nominee; by others he was understood have got besides nearly all the and all / 'of Lewis Cass forPresidenLmndWiii ..WILSON;and_VAN. WYcX; e Pro V of range twenty-one. .." ,' 't, V. itj V V
md represented as committed to abide the deci learning 0. Butler for Vice President of the ;"U. States,1;; ; of Surgery m'the Franklli 1r di'. .T wnship --thiythiroii ittw !

OII oftbe Philadelphia convention. It seems the logic A learned whig in the "Republicith'V and that'we'will rise all honorable. xertionstos ; cal College.Philadelphia..) ;.have formed'a copartnerfhip -' ,thirty-three and thirty-four, of."a-6 j:t ..

Difficult to see bow a frank, honest straightforfttd tells us that "Cato reasons well f' and in this secure their election. V V : .for practice of MEDICINE and two. r i .. '. .".._*'t. (I.'l V

inan should get involved, in such. lab]- manner proves his profound acquaintance with LV Resolved, That we also heartily i ,:approve V the' .SURGERY; and for the INSTRUCTION OF At the land office (St',Augusti 1q1 u.-ti V

lintlB of misapprehensions. nomination ,MEDICAL donay.thVaixeenthdayof0ctobcnext :
of Gen. WiIIiamV.Baileyfor. Governor STUDENTS.VV
Roman
classical
literature! I think it quite
5. Be was first proposed and most: warmly of the State of Florida,"VridrWilliam'P.:' I ",Patients from, a.distance,can be well accommodated for the disposal of.the pnblic.lands.with:.V V V

trwdforthe Presidency, in good part, bYlcnin probable, myself, that Cato did reason veIl butI :: uval, Representative.to'Congress,land that and pa reasonable torms,':either at the in .undermentioned. : O

integrity we had no confidence andvbose : will venture to say that the world would have we .will Use all honorable.means to secure their, :'Hotels or Private Boarding 'Houses ofthe city .to! pI: ,:, V : 11 :" JJi'K,.Cf

characters we could not esteem-who remained in entire ignorance of the fact if it ele.ctiou. V :. .,- V ,'' I'and can receive from the Subscribers such Medical South of the base. 'line, and V east ofthe prixtcijiali
bd belonged to several parties, and acquired no GEO. BRANNING i and : '
Chairman. Surgical attention their meridian
had not been discovered this learned ,. as cases mayrequire. I. ** ".lutl
by ,
gentle
with whom we had '! 'Ji.V *- > :
reputation any-men f .
good V \ Townships
B. FUISBEE eighteen nineteen
to collators in man. It ig well known that Cato staunchWhig Secretary., ? liandjwentjr,' II
teen compelled regard assj politics was a A limited 'u n'or OFFICE STUDENTS V and,fractional .'townshipltwenty-onej. of rang*'V ,

i and mercenary hunters after spoils. and stood out against the "Locos'7 of his DEMOCRATIC. ., 1 iMEETlKO, '4!.,CLAY HILL ;willi berece Tf'ArwhG'wiU'be.: supplied with twentyeightFractional.4pwnship-, . ? .:'V;

Times and day to the last gasp, but this great faculty of rear PRECINCT.- *.tSl'r" 'j Books, Vlates, Anatomical and ..btherPrepara.tioiisw51l ;" I nineteen.and,"township'
Philadelphia Keystone.] "
[II.o1n ber: regularly examined in the tirentyt.of.rangelnine. ., ":',
pro ; .j a
*
which he '
and which
sohing possessed of ?
,. appearsto At a meeting the Democratic party held L '
CATECHISM OF THE TAYLOR PARTY. gressbr'iheirstadiesAccording to the mode i Township twenty-four,;and; fractional town-

'following exquisite parody was sent us have descended to some or the Whigs of our at. Clay Hill'Precinct- on the- Wthiday ofTa-*V n Ki-: ;pume31iri'the' large1 Northern cities- -will be '&hiR tiez4y.ve, of r.1nge.thl Y.. r ''. F. t.rt.

relish much time was never brought to light before. Oh j t3ug t 7t compound/dh tI "disperiM" Medicinesan' : 1ownshipstweuty-two au4Vtweuty4u
Tttterdnv, and we .its points so k, gust t&tS, 'to nominate Delegates to represent- Jr ; : i at.:

hit we omit our usual article, in order to make this 'larnu' is a wonderful thing ,But the logic said precinct in the County Conventibn'at: Jacksonville ; for it. The whigs and the na- duties jot the Surgeon-Bleeding;Cupping Ban* twelvey-thirteeri, twehty.foar *v'of :
immediate room ; .1\te.
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"
the
of editor
casts entirely into the.shade the 26t MbSESPRESCOTTrwas ,,- .. : ,
on linst. ;ju--s ;* n oneLi
tiriitc, in their desperate attempt to make ". &: &*, p.- :, range,thirty- .:; #
V -tA
wnmon onset upon the democratic party the learning of his correspondent! It is a gem called to the Chair,: and ,EUJAH-CARTER: Perhaps no. Private Office in any.American i Townships nti..pnethree twenty.twoIweny y- ; _

through the "availability of Gen.Taylor, havea which ought to be set in the type of the News appointed Secretary' t whichtthe'following city will. ft'oro a greater viariety of new and approved (- rjiLl': and twentWour.. .IM and'tr tlOW- to1fDahi1L'.

forgotten to establish a single politicalprinciple for the admiration of your readers. The wor resolutions :were adopted V s: j in dieS or present: more practical facilities ,tir' Y. ,ptugo. thirty4wo., r."}. ., : :rt.. j
: '
upon which their candidate may justly : ,. ," V for8tudents.t_ H vIn .1 : Township niretcen, &ctio.t oneothe.,
thy editor was charged the News, by 'Hicko 1.. That we jromthisprecinct et 'S r,
claim the popular vote. This is a- gross in- .appoint Delegates connexioflwit-tiiiS1 'department may; > Mr/M K D M*UlkCCU VJkUUW ,irl

IRIS to the intelligence of the American people' ry,' with want of courtesy and politeness. in>e- to said Convention j Dl C.Prescott;Wm. be proper tor state that as soon: as possible, :an lone to twenty-seven inclush,and&d.wur -.

fcr it presupposes that they must be too ignor-: fusing to give the Democrats their true name Carter. and Henry Bennett; and. iu the, event. .Infirmary.for the reception of both Medical and ty-one, thirty-four thirty..hT8'aoothmj: ila

. nib notice the deficiency, and too susceptible and calling them.'Locofocos? The ancient and f> -< *- V v. ;. *-' t V y. is Surgical Patit.ntswill be opened,.when students 'fractional, tOshiptwcntytownsMptjF. .
of none of said -
to the arts of the demagogue to detect the fraud Delegation being tpretlent!on will have the opportunity practically studying .one, townehip* hr.e.' t *,
: inalienable right of all parties and individuals, the 26th in t:. that 'authorize l diseases 'JJ.T.J-' '. twelvey thirteenv 16'' .1.'tJllIf1
ittempted to be imposed on them. In this state 'we hereby'. an< st WILSONf M.aC. ?-' .? .en.J..AiTj)
tf affairs we consider that every jest calculated to select their own names and christen their ownchildren empower the- PeIegationrom* > T. the'-j 'Biafkj r r k : C. VAN mCR;Jf."p. :.and. .-tbwMhipsf'tTrentj'fiverange ',', 'twenty.eixfo -

for the humbug of the whigs and hativists in I ; and the,correlative duty of all others, 'Tallahassee,'Aug.'5,3 848.. : ". 6mV thifty-three.; __ .
Precinct <
or GareY :F.err ;to act for us, and to ; 'BY '
thelrdarling scheme of succjess under the banner these : ; &ctwthreetbITr .e&hosnInetOVEr V V
d down.It .
torespect righ1s-wns strongly .
,T 1)IES'-BI3ck Filet'Mitts S
cr "No principles for the public eye," is cast the vote of Clay Hill. Preeinctin. saidCounty ; Longdd; Buttons 'teen inclusive'-Sections4 twentyitirp toVserien !en r y3 ,.
that the Democratic JLJsilk; _Mis1fl Threa6lace'
was moreover S .
I perfectly legitimate and perfectly proper.- Ihewo Convention incIusrejand&azozu t n# iii wi.ifiveMdthirtysbcintow ri '

Without designing,. therefore, to exhibit the I party had scrupulously respected this right in .. fter,which the.following: additional, resolutions .Bobbins; Checked: ,Cambrics;White LiieiDrihlSwissEdgirFiguredBobinetMosqt a : hiptwenl ty'Ji '

( for the catechism, (we re vuIghtestdi8re.pect its opponents, although these same opponentshad 0: .township twenty-three,'texcept'iSfe \ t f4 \
moved and Net Shell'Side CombS Dressing do. Children's'b .
were adopted : V ; '-
mice all the ceremonies and adjuncts of the eicluveefranethfrty.uu .:
by their numerous aliases and frequent dis-; ,N ck'd 'Bleached : f
Resolved 'Vhat ordi vrM % 4 l>i9 >JL*JL#* V4WWWA4 kJAA&A 49 Fractional' *
Christian religion) we endorse the following asa llYundheartilYiP: townszup twenty-two, the four
disguises in some measure forfeited their .a nd.Brown .Shirtlngsf Osnaburg Denimsand
quent 1 ; : 'eaatem..ties-et.&mo7u-i : '
most amusing expose of the noncomatiUalismof prove.of' thefar'wiihI; iieo,"and the course township twenty-
General Taylor baptismal rights. This appeal decency and StripesjPantilspnstaff&CL&C.X i five,andSe d : pursued by .the President.in relation thereto Just received and'for iaalt .
by : nine to fifteen
A Cateckism-ihal is to say, my instructions to It propriety, and this argument in favor of the ? ?" !inelasrfef and:JSdaion* twenty*
with hlj 22.:: :. :: ;: : .4. Y..BUD.
meets our warmest approbation. > ; two to twentyrseyen. inclusive _
in
I be be V .
ltf1nW./Jg _
me before brought to confirm'ti rights of parties and i 1 individuals strong as,they; < ; to'wnhjp 4,
by the people. V Resolved, That;the nomination by the BaltImore Ularshal>Sate. tty-iii7otmitg thrrty-fi ve > .T;;' 't
be
to demolished the editorial
Question. What is your name ? appear were by Convention"of" Lewis, Cass. and'',Win .C.,. BY' virtue' two Executions issued'out.or .Fractional' townships. .ninetaIj&, 'Uf Vthitizi
Answer. General Taylor,a whig,but no ultra, logic! He produces three reasons for refusing Butler meets wit. ova ,nnd.that- ; thbDistrict Court ofthe United States for ra > v.-: .

ibig.i. to call the Democratic party by its legitimate .our.app vwe the Northern district'of Florida,. and:to mVdirected L- ;Atthe1andofficratTallaha' ee c:o lii-,
( Who will use every exertion in pur;power.to secure C VV Monday the tnt1.thiirXday 'of .o tOO' V
gave you this name ? either which .and delivered, against Arthur Burney, :
would -
name; ,separately, d ', next for the .l
A. My sponsors, some of the whig office-seek- their election. J have levi dupoiindhill_ sell.at public aucx". disposaljcf the/imbue IidsjItuiTirtioftown ( Ii

tn, wherein I was made a genuine whig, the be perfectly satisfactory; altogether they are 'Resolved, That' the Madison nominations of lOU,in'front the Court'House,';in the, city:ofJaclbabnvillebetween'thehpurt ted within the fundermenUoned"';townships.and

miourof their party,,, and their presumptive irresistible : of-10 a.m.' and hipsitowUV \: : *]
u the White House In the Wm.J. Bailey for' "Gbvernofrrand" "" Wm. P.'Duval J2 pJ in;of the first Monday : .South ofthe base line.and east'of the_ .princitail. :
first place, he refuses to call the Democrats i *- 4 V *"***' """ V :1**"'-ii otSepteinbernexi, V'V ;* .
Q. What did your sponsors for you ? by their true and gives them a nickname for Congress, meets WIth uniyersaLappro !:a"NegroWoman, named'Peg'or peggy,'and her';' .The 'riI dii n: :-r'-**'

A, They did promise, of their own suggestions name val, :and that we will'give them both our undivided :' ;two'children. :' ROBERT MYERS,Marshil,: iwo V east era tiew o&tiii; tbwnsiitf-'-
1 several things in my name. First. That: -"because, if he called them Democratsit -' V 'By his Deputy-G.; """-""-"L V V : ;'the.eut"haIf of .t jDShJ"tJim and ibwlt*:, t

1 should renounce democracy and all its principles would be acknowledging that he was no democrat support V V V MarshalVOffice,V_: ) V I ship four, (except the Eastern 'tier of Stctiivujl c
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go for wliigism and nativism.; and equivocate himself, which it would seem he aspires ,Resolved' That. these."proceedings., be published ." ., St.Augustine,.July 22,1848." ) V- I of range three: ", "H. .
about the .constitution. Secondly, That 1rfiould in the Jacksonville News, which will be sufficient :1. TOWfl5bJptWeeXCpt; 1f Ct; ifi" ci. tteIT V V
to be! The soundness and .reasonableness of inclusive "'
'. : and &tnr V
believe all that the whig and nativislleaders credcntials"tor the'Black Creek V ; t"1I'.t.Executors.'N seventeen,' eigbte
l lV tell me. Thirdly That I should carryout this first ,reason arc self-evident, and I would Delegation bticc.SK ., tl ; :Nineteen' ,' "thirty and thirty-bno) Ou-six

all the desires of,my, leaders and faithfully -, advise you, Mr.News, to take.the hint. Ifyou to act' .; for. this''* .Precinct! ,/;'.**s.Delegates .- ;..r.t"'SI'it.neither': our?.., ;.;,' \ Judged, MONTHS pf jProbate afterdateishaUpp1ytotb of.Duval f e: ;syd Seven,Jn.township.three,.And'fraetional VVtownzhipffveexcept
be r county Sections .
keep the same. call his paper lthe Republican it will'be a full present. t t t: ki. V : 'i. .a |final;discharge ,from,'my:Executbrship oft't1:IV ;' ndi;) of range four.T -three" four. fiT.-
QvDostthou not think that thou art bound tc _MOSES PRESCOTT 1 > .. '.
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: V Chairman.3) !Estate of James.Roberts deceased.May"6th !t ?? T;
that the News is '
acknowledgment not. a republican 'I : Township three and
,
believe four and
and to do as they have promised to the V '-r- V ,._ .'fractionaltwo
people for thee? V Don't you see the trap you have been ,EujAH'CARTiciiiSec. V i f!: ,t >' .V *>* .'::; r l 18J8.fk.B.. : 9SSA' ;:.- ,townshpfiTej'of range'fivfii.; -- --'* r "

A.*Well,.I don't know; and hang me.if I can l unconsciously led into? You have a right, I it i .' ;; V ,, '." oTicE',. '' V ; !Township! five, of range six. .. .-f' 7.jJJ .
Wl what will do. 1 thank the : .JHr.; iVue7Wj learUjjEays the Norfolk'Ar V V V JL- oTrnship nine, ofringtwele. VV
jet ,1 However I -
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all the rules neiUbSidb
and by th'q after date i
by courtesy
appears, SIX"WEEKS we ; e(Sections onee .
who that gush the eT ; twelve rthnrteen .
kp brought out my name they lTon.1TenryA.Wise delivered: an i .to theiHon.: the f Prbr ,fburteefl .
authority and example 'all the decency, I to Judge i Sections twenty-three to
Ure called few ( eloquent.and able \, twenty-seren
addyess
me from among a -$25,000 ajar ( atprkownouth. : VC, :bat.IorNassiuCouiity: .forLetteiiof Admiit i 3; and. ; inclusiveV
;'and Til do the best i can to say' yes" to I select a nick-name for his paper, according i to: 4thanst"J to aye yargoncourse: of people -tj i oii'thcr estate of Joseph< Befgallo..'laU i)C &ttiou.thirty..rour and thirt fii ud' .t1i : .

tiC body, without committing myself. your own fancyand 'You ought ti 'do' it, I to V though.not'pf a.political!:or party characterf said" -county f ,"deceased.K"rf >- < ."." '-,- . tS.. _*_ >* VV \ seven thIrteen., :townships eicht. -V andnine. .J,:bfraxie'V' a--.%, V 3 1
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Kehearse the articles. thy belief. At the conclusion.of'tis address,t Mr,,\Visa;remarked .. :: : c": : V V V ;:
from the of cut off ; ; DOMDiGOJlCOSTA ,
penalty
save yourself being rue
.i I:believe all ihat j.that ci'accejpted..with, l. t : fractiott. fi wn.slr pSCTenjeituaMTr t?
that Harry says- greatuUiiment :pleasure..the. ;4 ; /:
,_ ,:, : ; JOHF.A. CATEDO. V ort Sttwantiee .
from the communion. the Republican family e riTCKef &
nomination
and in'the, Godlike Daniel/ I hiatiind of Democratic Elector, and that he Vwou1dexerthiswhoteergy .'rernandina. Ha" .JVth1.15948; 6t. Lands rang fonitem
1C man, who was' conceived by theHartford Suppose you call it, the'.How Poco Gazette;' : in the election ofCassand'Butler ., llX t t.f-'Y'' *"/f-, ., P- *( ? ; ". ; *_ -* r "- V VV V V appropriatedf' -lair'for'iaeiae of
suffered the f alraysgctting'tho .J .l. : jVvf '; d> :__. : :_ :.V -." _school ,military or oRrtrpttrp S%ill i ex- ..
Convention, pains t> and the party, the 'Hocus Pocus, Party.1The % & ,.\ jidmirilstrator's Notice. V cluded frbni thesa1 V V ,
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several and .- I -Ul ; ; j.- '!* A
go-by"died times '
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fcttkuphu head, however, at the la&t whig editor's/rrf re for'callihglt', P ret?.V The Sugar,Crop'of-Texas? >will : ibe ,V r1hIE V Subscriber,,ha" ng qualified as Administrator :The offeriBgpf'ttre|abotb mentioned Jatidr L V V

Ww cation; who ascended into Boston and now crats 'Locofocos' is so entirely conclusive,jii at .more* than double that of j847.Thelt, thisyearf 1irst/ .1 V on the Estate ofthe late.Robert. will be"co'proceed Ji:d iI. ..
ez- : :in ; thP V
< Ateth on the right hand of, Abbott Lawrence, his offeringothers is superfluous, and remindsme portation of sugar from,that section bf the Union -: :GrLivingston 'Notic "is"hereby; given, to '"all :tisedt-with the"fAl brde ra t"'disc.--h: .wr# .
whence he will demand his in 1852 ;1 eonCredttori.( Legatees,and;Distribute .cont 1b1C V
rm rights ia; was madb in'184GJ and amounted: ; "
of before the Circuit Court
case' to-ohly-fif-
a plead whole shall '
and oth ers) sard, hare been- edid 1"
whig party get resuscitated from nativeJJ V A hairing::.demands:against: estatejto the .
oj that time. Mayb I believe, and maybe V this town a few;years ago. ,A.countryman appeared 9.'OOO.hhds.or.thich hogsheads. '',heopot137Vamonnted1; 1iTe'\and t ; present, them,properly-authenticate& thus closed.. :But'ne;saleVtt lltb9'pfc f "

? &that we ought to have a national bank in court to apologize for.the absence.ofa hun'drcd'hogshcads were expoHedV*
> ;
cropofjhisycar scriberj if by.mail .this noticeTrill of the taads wfll lie1 idniltti tiaiil 'I.t
wgh-Uriff postpaid or
a division of the public lands and i tSuif
witness who wasarieighbor of his I.itpl is estimated:at five thousand "
hog&2headsl
.
*1afty ,
tbe ;be plead in bar of their eezatinoftbetob : i
PIUOD and about blood-hounds and : : *' recovery.V %
*V other necessary questions my jou may G."Ik.I e.the' ._Court,', aid'.h.. U' ",4J,haveVArc' reasons: "V -. VV-"'.'IA."i'--/ r' V. -.r*%, ..""j. : f' : -' :tNJ'' .. :JAMES'A.'PEDEN'Adm'l'r" V2ewnalle GiVen Wider.'mJ.hand. -at theCSty; ; jot WaSK*J-

to offer'why neighbor could not obey the : .. 'J ,l" 1843.'Adrninistrator'6. V -:811' ingtion; this third day}.of July "DomiEi
anno V
cr YoiOUIromisedVto keep up to your tr VVVt ; T .f.'i 1j ; r". .: ,I] ; r ,_
I kadezs'. .commandments, those wbig-nativist 'summons: In the j r/"place'be. ; died. about ten .,. V V "V ,W., V..J,9 .V .J..' ; :.r... .,.; .. 'A' thousand eight hundred V ."afldforygbLVV: ::
r*v i-fr-_ '- ; '--- ,.NTnnES JV6tice.. J; ;ByVVthPesidi. tV y "' '-yttl
ri lniJeL Tell me what'they are. in the second do 5 'I. I"Q-.8TATElYIEJfTrl'. :, V i
V daysago' 'P c7ill LjP.ERSONSjiiierestediaihe ;" '.
/A JAMES
1\0 jROMrTHElEMPIRETSTAT ? JE8ta4eofy KPOEK -
don't don't ;
fool I
roe They :
nA
ee you V
emselfts. and they know.far.more than my good man,' interrupted the Judge,/'owe good < VV / YvAprii il 41..t 4Sch'iiylervillei tI. .f.he I.ateJoi,1i a Miller,1 are:hereby_noti'f -. niCHARIrM.YOt1NG:4: : ,V ..''< :'

ldh&wtTill aAk' lajor :iBliss.. reason like that, is as good'as a'bundi d.': t /,Mr.S.WlFpwleDear V Sir:f A'desire'tb'tJenefit p- fied; ..TJat"onthe, ; lstday.January,!1849, }.Ishall"present .* '.Comjmssiohere- :l. ,GeIWtZZZ f QM'S. i--

V V GENERAL' Z... TAYJLOR. V -So it is with the editor of ihe' 'lio o Poctf the'afflicted has induced me'to make;the'fol- :! my accounts and.vouchers, as Ad- NQVgB' rc 'iPWEMPT10Ljj-r--3 ::
tO'the JHpn. of Probates -
Judge in
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4 k ;first reason is'as good as a:hundredJbutwe; lowing Btatement of facts. .Mysoi %br'SeTe n-- *and for Alachua( wnfyTTorra:final- .settlement' Typ1Lent1U.dtoth..:right fji. ..:

"LATEST FROM ) EUROPE. will treat jhim more.poUtelycthan the Judge teen years of'age has been'afflicted Jiur lli' t 'nddist 'argefrom" the further,adi mj i_ iio r ':empticn/to:any f the. lands within .thoit l'
*i ., ) 1 whole life, th a;TOnst itragh aridpain'in; | ebipiand .. : ttoWJ )t VV _
ARRiVAL
OF THE KUROPA.Th ritnesswe, hear}his other RSd l tand/sJi n prty: distribution >i<
treated the will tiror 1 the hest'i-acc panied:withinightsweat 'and: is r wretion estabI h the m
important items of intelligence re- -V :" 1':1. ./. ? hectic* .: : ithereol FJOSIAH.SSJCKJNGER, Adm. ?. ;..: .toJhe--.t ;'
4. reasons._ : ; fever'whichTprbdncod greaffem io I r. V' ; : ', > :: of the Register aad Kebelverof i ., _
*to ( 7 at:1B48.:6 t1i&rup
f ? J"
Irela M $ :
Editors fff .iB ; .
bee 1I; )d. ore arreste V of V have L Hi H"i rowlVeason. .., for'caiUng- 'us1Lbcooco. .. oJ' is.; anddebilityDuring.ed byjniany'phyacians f time iheihigl hewa StT ati pute a ,: :1,.,' .' t11, .. ..,...V .-.'V._ .-...--'--"" .. 'fir. .V. ,!;La ZOOU d tzJpTa"Office tw.Qbk, :&I after In:1k ;' ; t 1::'. _

seeing thotiean4 :
The}crisis- ,is now fast')ipppwichingf- 'and each '.beQuse beknowinoVbetteiamert' whose prescn nsp't'biiempriyrehi r a&i mll.NQTICE.. V I Wor"t.be. ,. ,-'-y'appzntf, ..thee. ..iatentottheubjjcJf _
part:5: iUelf tor"the :caflIct WelL if;he calls us'bv the- eri; best'name he AU otfr.f'taehbow%h iuriTegarded him after date,J shall present mjlO 1 Viitract

ding ; theigbTVTigofous SOth'erAh"erknows as tmewhoJwas ,. '_&qcOU. .and. voucherB Administratrix of j" daii ,- -1.-_..'. : ..
trnmet- 'censorship of the pre 58. we Dug.]f fi aa!i S e.. ;'J ,, ,. Sapidlysapprdachingan early, d.'uws.8nha- _-- "_wn.tJO __. ; ,.
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th 't and premature gravel':,I ;the tsa&e.ofinyBarnsrd Jri1a .oftPuvslcouty tejted:: : .krrr
tn'tst1)f the>Confederate MIsSknriesj Ihe .)tDOtfOrth2ZtrOflb!.P yeUxiiM asprevailefPuponby, ,. : : V ;. : 1.1 : > -
; eniployment a rsB&ISam of W"d:CherryHe *- deceA5dilb theHon Judge:9r\'l'O VVVItIcnnLMovNeV : j. .a" '
of
warmed spies anti the augiicnt' ioniv refuses>to: call us Democrats, but' becausehe"thinks : 'commencld-*!.E1\(dfh(tei1 &]ac jOt aaidcounty., /(?a\>wtUemes*,of{said fr"-'fI.,V :$. .q : u leTal! z"". V V
resources and: the ; .
people by
lOllS : "e':__.intitled Q betternfl& 'Locof b- ,Hlui astonishing-r Ue 'and aftey'using four bottlesYhis Estate,'and' shall at the isamjirtime >pJ>lyLfor.Letters ,. ruIy"ld 1848. ', -" i -.- Ji V
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; jf; ity in the enrollment dfdirtw,the eil T. -- -.?.-, 1 ., .".' dii \ of Dismission such;Administratrix of '. "'. 1Gti .1 1-,
; as c"
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cbmettnd' .
tr tablifih111tn\t th, Ikage *flistribution. ':.of =. ;'w!tle'" >esKiei cn;t think of-' ,''Wlii,..St. : to_onndand" eas' permanent',h te healsk fte'rowre.stored Sv. :which, '-all persons inteesed in ZaIdEstate. are, A4iiafsti'uidra5NeHc J : I 1t 8. : ,,':

s 4 Lbezjg znpete fernitatlon t:c : of.h''J.beingjrade and imp-1Itebe Wfc -':'$&* !i". ., .,. *., *.t 3WM' ,:' <:ltt< .... desired, .t lo&A.e'1luw'U !"i ,.h..' ._CF,- _\" --- ckLTSONS: "T jf i .uJt.' "
boiz41c enthusiasm.tatt .
: 6 resolution and VV : 'r'' -' :'. 'TtllHEN1UBTrl; A1UfA.1m .fAdiiii ,. -(:.' ." -
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ACT wnpctVtlio S tit Clause of tho 5th : *AAAWa* J r-- -- *; ''TV ", \
to Crockery&c.1-: ; arfn t t Th6mdi tttmnd .
; 1Tap to me:by naffldavjt )3pre :
this SlieAEi
Article of the CpristittiUon>f- State, so
;Mi't iTaylor anti IdlipaWir itendajitsIn tbo.
tkal* thq rts JBua3 ;1bbl ; :
K'4 theJttdgcsof: CircuitiOp | '
; bill filed in tho;above causojresIdeut of theState'of
Pilot Bread and Butter Crackers
hold their.o ccs ,for ;a te'mof, eight years, ; Sugar ; Tho21x
thittEe
FioHda/arid Aj t
t inxteiu\daring good behayior. :\ ai HamSjJtla.cjon, Pprk,F M Bee P4ckledTpng es; 7 i trlMna 'sa is.d ete3kik
%; Scnait Mack ereV Cbdnshj al ltlicej .,7 resldta nndtbattbedPhulpSth
7t BECTIOS 1 J3tf if enacted by the and ; *" :i
Ides.In thoiS Of
Goi1utta1a4a OWnecA re ate 1ppl
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'White B/an4'P tOk'WIiiehO&j.j
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Rwtttof Represehtaiiwt'of the'&ofFkiiiqetaz' ,* << A-X-V
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V0rif r defcdantsappearnd1iwktheaid4 ;
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Assembly convened 'That the 12th'Is& -h.: E >

of the 5th Articlo.bf the") Constitution of Sperm' Oil..- Cuidles. ,r'-. v, bill. .*,.otherwise--$--j> if-'''it. <3-shall- *;""'.Vtaken be*-'" | l cp WP Wpcur r ,

this 8tate.be so amended;.as to read,Jos(fpllowa Green undBlack Tca'Lllo 8n&7aTaCQfle.MuvadcSngaN -; Itufurthe.rL0rde44 pro CQEfesso. !:fhtopy6fthIs :Order J bron hi mW ;;
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tixi term Molasses:, ,\ wonanhood, Iati
ta.1 Tjlutat the expiration of the present in
be inblishwliri48onieewBpaper'printed f
St art'd Refined Loaf:Crushed .ndPulcrised bjulckein tbbIoyteni'
office of the. Judges of'th&Vitcait Courts .
,, monthfox'
> the Eastern Circuit bf FJoridaiaonce a
'Suar' 'k"j.- l1eed thiedJ *i
;t with the exceptionhereinafter"jrieritibried 4 the ; :
nine months in refcreno?to the said,Thomas
Justices the Court and the Brandy;Rum. Gin,Whiskey, Alcohol Turpen ;! :
Supreme /Judges. .. s* ? Taylor, "arid orae dweek for Your'months., inv : tt2t .
tInc
of the Circuit Courts, shall elected for a term ; :. *- ?
of eight'years; and shall hold their offices'for London Porter;Por Madir ,JandChampagrieSA :reference s tfth sald'Philip JOSra. LANCASTER iSawye 6 t 1.: 1 c t1the taral eneig14- .
,
that term,'unless sooner removed under the pro* Wane; : ; 44 iraptiritics of th'e body
yj1 Sot Circuit of Florida
&c. ,?, #? Jude f a1uet the system .
visions made in this Constitution, for tho removal 4{
4 Mj Judges by add rcss or' impeachment}Jand Complete As'sortmtnt of' Dry,Go"ods Tnos.Key1VestFeLiuaryl9lB4a.P KING 89LfoiCpmpl't : t13q n-thsi& ltfjt ti ;whi Jhis4he case -

$ for wilful neglect ot.duty, or other reasonable Calicos GihtmM-sli1is -Bonnet" and Taffeta fc ; ;: > 9ni UierQ jaever; a Remedy; Jiii. ;f t'Temale Wne'ij4

:**J &< Cause,iwhich shall not, be sufficient ground for 1t1bbi.i& 1 *' INosnvuLTcovw! ., ?, beenso successful ftespteas ofconsuinp.tiona [DISEASE i'M*
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impeachment, the Governor shall'remove any Sheetings and Shirting bleach'd and tinbleacVdjIrish EASTERM*CIRCUIT OF Fi6aiiA COUHTY, OST. ,;- thi tLckanseand r izgttens .the t.. .4 2URfl. 4NDD1opy4
tr& of them, on' the address; of two-thirds of the Linen*. Diaper,jjishops and Long Lawn; JOHNS:"Ii( CKANCERT.' -. tCuand apetoca1Ilie.plcers9n the --

General Assembly ; Provided, however',.That the Cambrics, JaconetJswiss.arid crossbar' Muslins; The Southern :Lifolnsuranco -i r ltinjs, and he patieritS'gradually regain" their' DL Towcszw-Jear

Lqt cauat or;causes shall bo stated length in such Hosiery,'JMkfii, Gloves, Buspenders; '& ;Trust;Compa- (, . Jan ste>gt v :r bexikfflicted'with dIej

cru address and entered on the Journals' of,each Tickings/Linen arid Cotton Osnaburg; fly,.to..use, of Arthur_., ,1* L Bill. to Fbrecibse"Reed I CURioySiCASE prfCQNSUMPJriOfa ; *ith
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1j House. And provided further, That the cause Wine"white arid ''nowaLinen'DriU'" "' for pants, ii.- .x : i Thereis'sc wely.dajtpass butjjlhere area : o1th1 Ue
.r causes shall be notified to the Judge so intended &c.&o. : *- '," -T8.< I' nuinberof.cases- Consumption Teported as itrribled: wit

to be removed, and he shall be admitted to Unthrellai.--BilkGinghamand Cotton,in steel Augustus Poujaud.IT J ::; cured by the Dr.'Townsend'a Sarsaparilla..The .' -
"' it.tressing5
a hearing in his own defence, before any vot and whale bone frames} having .been made,to appearttp the satisfaction foUowirigVwas recently;receyred,: *? _; ,- jmct tail
for such removal shall pass: and in such cases Hardware J Cutlery -Knives, Scissors, Razors; of the Court by Affidavit, that the ; Dav TOWNS ND-Dear Sir: For the last t I be.b d.n1d .

the vote shall bo taken by yeas and nays and Nails,Hinges; Butts' Knives'and Forks, Spoons. Defendant named in the'Bl1 of Complaint filed three years ThIbeidBrctedith general She tried

.7:1t: entered on th* Journal of each House respectively. ..TeaTrays; ; V in the above- entitled'causeresides out oftho( debility; and;nervous corisumptipn of'the last sucICcasesr wIkbnt1ittlej

:: Cgllins Axes, Hammers Hatchets,Sawsj.'Carriage State of Florida, and out of the United States stage,'and did not expect tqjeypjr gainmyhealth h tkbttb: : bottfe cmediciie

14k 8xc.2. Be further enacted, That the Judges Wrenches, Halter Chains, Pots, Kettles and in Cuba, one of the West India Islands,and at.all. After going.through ,a'course of medicine ; she'was entirely relievo'f

.-.f4 first appointed under this amended Constitution &c., &c.; Beyond the'jurisdiction of this Cpur∴ under the care of some ofth'nust'dIsti ;the'hearty-and
shall be divided by lot into four classes. Tho A few Rifles-low priced-Powder Flasks. On motion of; C.YD wn gE8olicitor; for guished rj gular'physicians arid members bf the* ilfelyafsappearea.f r -

first class shall hold his or their office or offices A Good.Assortment of Crockery and Tin Ware. said Complainant'v; .? "'" Board of Health m?New York i and1 elsewhere he-has also bad ithemuchawollcn. '

for the term of two yean, the second for the Boot Shoes-Men's,AVomen's and Children'sBoots i It is Ordered, That ,thy.said, Augustus-Pou-: and1 spending-the most,pf efurningsjn attempting ; ''We ;hl oideu.i

term of four years, the third for the term of six and-Shoes, of all kinds.A jaud and others be required to appear.and, answer ,to regain jriiy heAlh?ind 'reading .b so benefited, as1 she had such aof

years, the fourth for the term of eight years. variety of iaucyArLicles, Perfumery, Medicines said Bill of Complaint within, sir months, in'somev: paper 6f Vour Sarsaparilla I resolved ) diseases.' \Bnt itlias; ,a

ti'A [Passed the Senate by the Constitutional majority &;c.Jacksonville. or the sameiWill be taken oniesseJ.against$; to-try it;'Afterlusing'six bottles 1 foundit-- pea; lIeeth f threyI

p:. ,:December 22, 1S47. Passed the Housa ,4riI 15i848., ly h iin.,. j ., ., .< ,-r, *. ,-, ., nIt done me great ;goodlimd called seeiyomat':that't1isstatcnext 13sonilictii :

i& of Representatives by the Constitutional majority ,- further Ordered,That a copy 0fb3.Order, your office: yfthyouiudvice Ikept oniind4omostheartilythankyou b &it 1 fleTi'ib.alitjYriilIa .
4 ;) January 6 IS4S.J WAREHOUSE OF duly certified by the Clerk of this Cburtj be pubj for youradvice. 'I per-1 f jlaj

. : z; : L.ApIil 29, IS43.? 6mNOTICE. : PRINTS ONLY lished in some.newspaper printed within the* severe in4 tikiri the Sarsaparilla,tirid have Veen2 bIC'1d1 I dhld ied
Eastern Circuit Florida; once mQnth consecutively able to' attend to'my'usuallabbrs forthe last uhit iiiffening h

for six months; !. ." *. four nibnths/and I hope by.the blessing's God dfsbelieve this account; i KgrmW tH4

WEEKS after dteire, the subscribers, No. 56 Cedar Street, New York Signed;] :;THOS..DOVGLAS) Judge: and Sarsaparilla to continue my healtb.It .- .. .call at my house and hare ocular.

SIX apply to the Horn the Judge of Pro- i; PETER .B.DUMAS'Ckrk o1said.Co helped,me beyond the exjpectaiibris of all hat .' ., tflly
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bat for Nassau County for Letters of Administration L1 rUN do' her bf eitify the above to be"a true copy' knew my easel w .' 'CHARLHS QUlMBYi''Orange ; v1TIEA1:

on the estate of Joseph Bergallo, late of (LATE, LEE & JUDSON,) of an Order, duly made and*entered of'record* Essex Co.NrJ.y-Aug.;2 1847.- ., ; : _: .

aid county, Occupy the spacious FIVE STORY WARE in the bee entitled cause,' on'*the sixteenth I: State o/Nen :Jersfyi'Ess ; .- bas. .: iLPE1'sY;

deceased.DOMINGO ACOSTA, HOUSE, No. 56 CEDAR STREET,-the WHOLE day of August A.D. 1 847. y" Quimby being duly, g oTO.ccording to,laws on ;,.roThi1didwhIchs o -

JOHN A. CAVEDO.Fernandina of which ia devoted to the exhibition and sale % .P. B. DUMAS, his path saith, that the foregoih'gstatement'Js iieirly rvsembI a the

r; Fla, July 15, 1848. Ct of the Single.Article ofPRINTED' *- Clerk C. C/of St:John's County; accb'fdirig.to ihe'best of hisknowledge?arid or.:saliva in aecomposing food and rtra

;) -_,-_--_ _ _. _ _ _ _ _ Jan 7, 1848. "'' 't lamffim belief.* f% 9%*?* ;CHAS QUIMBYtiliSwornand the organs,. digestrbn,t'asfiiv IhWreprnj
t ; PALICOES, -. iVtanlTn' .T* .Wn:I:_.! .
Administrator's Notice. jt .uj t Lt;) ; subscribed,to bcforg me at Orange, curcsyey

:ir-JI.J: 1llN Subscriber, haingqualifiedas AdminIstrator Their One present Thousand Stock consists Packages of nearly AI.ACIIUA. noirsE. '_, the..,,,2d w August, ,,IE;1847.- ustico.CYRUS- of'the'Pcace BALDWIN- ,, i dyspipsiuilioweTe.rseycre o ba4

? the Estate of the latfc Robert Subscriber the house *. 1B&NKPEPiLzT3tENT; fcf AIA71Oj
on having purchased -tilt s: ; 1b'I OrLivingston, Notice is hereby given, to all Embracing and some v THOUSANDS..comprising.,diffefent THE., ? ,premises t formerly owned and been-; % : ., .? ;IjL TowusEa&y; J: hare beefljsj Tln
? : Creditor and Distributees patterns ;colorings, every 'J..W.Pearson' at filswithpepei&jn i *IN|
persons pied lNewnarisyilleJ'E.
; ( Legatees, by; ; EscT[
thing desirable in the line FOREIGN and fornv attend with, of rioiw
; Bourness
and: others,) having demands against said estate F4 vfill be ready to accommodate'Boardersand
DOMESTIC. otbei4of thq-that edsir4iarl1a ofapetite extrese heartburn '
to them properly authenticated.. Travellers)after the let of next ,;.tadjik; pnaversionlito
present day May [
.,A11 which arc offered for sale for cash or i time l&st c1ildr nthepast allkiridsf.orfofld
is_; within the time prescribed by law. to the Sulw. LQ.WESTPRIC.b and hopes by,his exertions to make his,guests as ny andforjwhat'l
credit atthe could.eat t have
::;:t scriber, if by mail, postpaid, or this notice, will satisfactory comfortable as possible. He has good stabling, ( ; ) been,1IZbIet
the died ThecertificateLwe publish beldw is cclusve > but'a imtll pcrtiori
by
m'niy 8tcmach'IusuaHremediea
be plead. in bar. of their recoverj. and a first rate noatler always in att ndmncC. 1' .
Adiii'iiausil1. PIECE OR PACKAGE. 4. ** ** evidence of4ts value, and Is only aothfer.instanCo ;:bntiJth'eyJuid/$
: JAMES A. PEDE L GEO/IM, GALPIN..Newnansvine -f-S.I io. Jj / i" ,
New'Styles are received: almost day of its laying the liyeif children. f effect inreiiioTngthelaint.; I Tmm.ed .
i
.
July 15,1S4S, 8w every ,'April,15,1848. "
: and many-of them are got up for our own salesaiid'riot / 1D.: : wSKtD ) crf? 'ha'd wb hii ;about two.monihssincey to try jowrfaliiof

to be found elsewhere; *- ; drencUrelb6urSarsaparilia; of the imfimer Sarsaparilla; and I must ray witi
Administrator's Notice. I1oLME&cQ; '
: : A- LL PERSONS interested Estate of \\Prixted lists: of prices,;corrected from complaint'and Jdyseritcry bneisras only 15 gf'nearyTr ,
in..the
t : in HOLMES..& CQ have months old arid.the pthei 3 yeara; Iheyer fonpd roy appetite restored and Jlie Kiirtiu
-tJL the late Joshua Miller are.hereby,notified day to'day, witlrevery Tariation the market, 1JIESSRS. rem TeJ51theirstockof |
arc placed in the harids'of buyers. Merchaidize tii the large very much reducedcrid we expected they would- entirety:)removed ?and J.would feara rtfj%
That the 1st of ,I
on day January 1849
t shall accounts and vouchers, Administrator Merchants will be able to form some idea'of building formerly uped by the United tatesj die; rtheyfewere gfeweiriust ebmmerid)thejoe of itt those.TrLohwiKhaffliaed

: present to my the.Hon. Judge of Probates, as ,,in ithie.extent and variety of our assortment,when known as the" Government f,Building They physieisns 'Wbeii thedoctorii1nined usithat *sI haTebeen.ii .- :

.1 for finaV.settjcment iwe'fe tale, aVJthe.VdlueTbf, usual stock of have added Jto .their stockjbyj the.late.arriTals ;Hoile,them iwe-resoltedy toiiryjiyour 4'YL '
: andforAlachuaCounty
;. and discharge from the,further a administration this'oz ; KTicu Is'at least twice the value of !from New York full flssortment of Dry Goods, Sarsaparilla' 'r "*fwe*** had***heard* "' ,*sb**muph- of* bu' t had' : :N; B. 'Piircbg n bizt Chashni4

f of said estate, and shall pray ,a.distribution the1entire''stock of 'dry :goods usually1 kept by .Groceries, Hardware, Provisions,' rl&c4'r&ci 1ttleccnficicnce: there beingso much stiffadvOrtised pcrs that bide the bottle completely sa4y

; 4 thereof. JOSIAH SECKINGERAdm'n, kmrlifgest *boles l jobber ." :Thia\fact ''togcther whicK"they' are preparedf tdfi sell'aV reduced ;that'is "worthless* bttV'we are "Ver ,t e trettsignatuWoffcPiTOWN

Newnansville let 1S4S. Vt! with the factj'tnat bu meaasf'ana our, prices. :.. .stTlsrti.., f*** July 6m. ; '
the lives of both.. .I write this ihat others T:
&oste-st'Bostoa1
,: :. $. Jattentiori, insteiid of being divided ariiong'a Vast .They are nowpreparedL; to purchase Cottons, may
,d# : variety'bf articles: 'are'devoted wHbllyj1 to ONE,* Hides, and other produce ofjhe country at the be inducdii. ,
: : -r"ff- S
STATE OF FLORIDA : swill render the &vantapsybIch'we can offer highest Market rates, and make aih'ai* e- .. f4T; WIZSON 1 kit

.sr.s;!.p,. -Si COUNTY OFVDUVAL. to dealers crfecMybbviou fnrid itshailbe 'on consignments td-their Yriends in Savannah --Myrtle-avenue,l3rook1ynScpt.I 1S.t7. I' Richmond j-P. ,,Ml ''Cohen, Charlestonfi1Buclark1

1;; 2'. all to hori 'these Presents shall come our care that..none who.yisit our establishment and Charleston or'NewYorki.9reec<5b;%;*$&& HIIAUames thUN1TICPA YSL UM '

;! ; Greeting:- shall meet with any disappointment.,0ur .?They hav e,av new-article;ofyWrpught, Ion Cuninings'Estfronei-of] the'Aj'sistantgin 5f i6prf

HEREAS Lawrence Ryan has this ,Assortment complete.af all,seasons of Ploughs-to which they would respectfully call the LunaticAys1umBlackwe1VsJsIandLi the Market 'and Broad-s'fs. Newark- N.frti_ _
W. applied, to for letters of Administration day theyew. t .LEEJUDSON &..LEE ihe attention of Planters4 K" '* 's \ gentleman spokeu.of in the following lettc?;' principal .Itrd 'Mercb ts g
me
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? of" all and the Goosis .;P.-S.--B.F. LEEj. formerly of the/firm tof _ singular., .Chattels t > *
?* f Ai'V > **- I i' '* '* *" '
Lord sLees and late,senior, of the origirial of than thousand A.11 REED Agczt1'
** Righ'tS and .Credits which were .George partner -, IN'THE PRICE OF -Thb.is only.one more TOUT; ,
1. Church late of firm qf.Lee.&Brewster, fromi which con GREATREDUCTION /oftrheumatiam'that Dr 1ournzcnd's Sarisaparilla ; _ackzoniifl 1kiJ*
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: ; 8aidjcounty deccased-r-r'i I> tl thtoi'tthFever
tL > nection he,withdrew,some time ago has resumed has curai-rThe- jnd3t atj FebruarytSC ;1848.- L
:, These therefore to CITE and admonish all and Ague-r-fromfvTwo Dollars tb"0ne. ,:: : severe :
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and singular the next kin, and business in connection.with- Messrs. Lee.& chronic cases are.weekly cradic tcdbyitsextraordinaiy.virtuca
of creditors of The,.following .gentlemen are, my authorized .; .
said decease! Judson, and assures his,;friends that the,pew : -' FQRW4D.ATToRNE3
to shew before
, ; '; cause me on or be- .AgeritSj rid hayoTthe genuine'for,sa1 .
fore.the second in conccarn shall>hayp the same pre- mipcnce.in r av'crsANi Sejt1'4847.bar AND COFNSELtR5 AIt'
Monday August next ensuing Orders fforii any/part f the -United Stat swill -
this .branch of trade which formerly d is tin ; Towsn--Dcat &r I have suffered
? ,,why jsaid application should not be granted; : :, ; meet with'prbmpt attention: 'Address,postpaid : :wiu v alCoizrfi: t&i
y r:, otherwise Letters of Administration as aforesaid guished.tho. other two houses whieh he bo WMkHUMPHREYSJr. terribly ilL tr\viJ-ir for snine years. withi'tho rheumatism- -' :* andEauity'inthe: ; ; Eastern CircuitoyrATTOKNET
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will issue to said Lawrence llyan. longed. June 251847., ly Ga.AGENTSiMcssrs.'Mar8ton r & At time :i Could not CatIccpr : IA FoRwAD, St Auguzstui f(

? Witness my name and the seal of this &Brothers; Baltimore workJ icr the4mbst1ifreszthg pains'anc1'Jimbsj 4icuNeTnansTuil

fUfciCourl this third [3rd] day.of July,A.D.: INVALUABLE /Maryland j:Dr P M Cohen'CharIcstorii riiy Trerc-t Mblrsoilcn. I have used '-

i on thousand eight -hundred and forty- FAMILY, GOMBANION.. South Caroliria, T.C Risley thhurS. C.jR) fourbottksofyoui Sarsaparilla and,they have ;;;;

; x :r' .. ihL, Lectures on CiuC3Trcveriti6ri arid Curt ::8 Bailey, LaurcusviUe, S. C.; T J.S. Farr,,Grahamville done more'thaaQne sb'muclT thouiaiid.dollars better.*.71n'deeo"Iani'v ,worth JlND: COUNSELLOR JJW
:; ; ,WILLIAM F. CRABTREE SIX : B K gopd-rlTani -
of the'll S;S; By thcrwobd,Beluifoit,SCf >' rzlle-F/i
Consumptfonl'Asthriia/Diseases -
rlieved. iousthis ** vw iow iWiu.
Judge Probate Duval ttt T a ntirely liberty.
July 8,,1848. 6tNOTICE. County> art,- arid all Female Diseases. ;23"4J pages-2-) R Patick, Salcmj Tenu.; Walker.MddLon; for the '- attend any'business eriiruw w j
-fj engravings. Paper 50 cts.;! bound 75 cents. Ga..W K & Yours ctfuhly,4JJAMPSCIThI3flNG8. hands in any of the Courts-in th Ejato &
Mail to'any'partppstnge 9% ctsf Gilbeit, Ma n, Ga4-JH &W,8 Elll Maco ;- ,resp cuif'of-Florida: r 1
Shoulder Braces andChcst Expanders $2. Ga.; Lightfoot &Flanders, Macon, Ga.- Dorsey 41. :4coUZD OT&W4LZ :< f -
MONTHS after date,I shall present .& Knott Griffin Ga Soloriion.Goodall AtlanrtajGaJjiWilliarii'Rbo T?, 'U 1 V -
SIX my Mail to any part50 "cts. postage. Inhaling ; -/ > JC ?ij l.'A<
.? [ and vouchers as Executor of the TubesSilvcr : 'Marietta'Ga.Cunriing-; !y.i5t remedy;forf ma1e comai ta thCre isno tfU"itK .
; Ab- -ATT0RNEr
v Estate James B. Roberts deceased to the s3bynilcttesthge.dominal ;ham diaputIn -' t tiiidstand 'thouaidi ftrtedLbythosefliseascs -AT-I-
'Supporers'pcrfect :$3 to $10. for all rCbDaltbn'GarD .'S Culbersoiv'LjrGrange ; : I. r, ozvz1teFbEcourth
Judge of Probate of this county,for settlement Ruptufci/Falling'of the ], *eli IIId Womb; Go.; Winter &'Eppirig/Columbus," Gai .- Jacks
and:allowance by hIm;.and at the same time,'I andJWealr Back and Chestf' sent B 1HMitc1ie1I-NewnanG 'JosephrGriffinj are of4e

shall apply to the said Judge or Court, for a everywhere. For .Braces 'or"'Supporters by.express'or Burke countyr Gai|RH Barrett,Re esc ville G a.i subject were soon'"in 3 the.enjoyment pfrobusthealth. .Circuit.-. :_
"'* --*- '
. Estate final.discb.arge of said James from B..my Roberts Executorship'of, deceased. the* Rupture Supporters'giye; height from head to ,;A\MoLarie iimspnVDavisboro/& -Jacksdrivill, VWrii'Hodges,1 GijM1 Sandersvilley 'clyai-* : t, : ;: AUGUSTUS 'GJLLEtli

i, JOHN ROBERTS,Executor of the foot; just and'circumference above 'the hips.i\lf of person Rnpt next mention the surface Ga.j >W A Hayles, Lduisville, m ..WCarswell DR!TwsiD iiiir: My4ife lii :(o? b1ELtOt AiCARLESP. -
,
? last Will.&c. of Jas. B.Roberts,lcc., 'which side.3.Agents wanted for the sale of the Savannah,'GaijP Martin..SaVanriah1. ; the lastyearrbeeniircryii'sicki and |iaagieatly

" _April_22,1848. __S6ni -n above gorl /'*AddiO.s DiS. 8.-FITCH, 707 Ga.; J A Sperry, Houston county,1 Gai 'Williarii. reduced;.state ofcheaUh, bcuig reduced- bya
-A'. ; -11 -' I BroadwayNewYork.postpaidr; >i .; 'rri Carr, Jacksonboroj *Ga E A Burch, Hawkinsville variety of complaints such as females are liable
4 ; 'Duvalillilithi_ ClaI rniits. ? 'Ga.j S thUClPnimerDanlen .Ga J,*B to she'gbt sd bad at length thifshas cniiroly -, _
*t ; ? ;
: /
Y Apnil'li84S.'i.3; ;: ly4 ; ;
; ,
: cqoPEr
: nnHE officersand ,
non-cpmuilssioncd ; privates .. Cole, Black Creek Plonida; Poui1enJacksonillFl& unable tbwalkj'and was as helpless asa child;
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Ju' in # --
.9 Captains Bush, Price, and Suarez' compariiesFlpriiJaMounted 4 she COtNELI.O 3TMt
J
L 'i Fifty;.Dollars:-Reward, ; Wright&Co 'New OnleansLai {.commenced gvyourSamparni A1Y-4D

: years 1838 9,who have not Militiafojp yet signed service the necessary in the -l WILL {BE GIVEN BY.THE April*f 8.848."q: 1Yl1UIP1LREYS Jy. her aeunmediately complaints 1et1ierant, beiauLto, rgain1icrstrengb ift&ta1ing 4 seiel $WU practice in tho8eTerl- COUrtaP. !

papfers: ,relating to their claimsin the hands undersigned the apprehensiori -; TYPE1QENDflV -
j ; : $ io6,1847..
/
of the undeif igriod urb requested to do without and"safe delivery into thtipuvalCountyVjail 59; o1T ,
,
sq mcr f.Annjre t, NYd1q11.aubscbcra case:!thought might do good to publish,
_ _ delay."' The tb be of i the /oK rShewed
papers ( signed are/left with ? ? havp takeu th'e-Type Fonn anumberbf: remedies:that done herno :
CbjL Rons at tho"Post: Office lowing negroes/to, wit rV n1ga'wonjanHan.i *>i *- "
or may.bo idgried JL dry and.will contiriup.the b nesitl r"fc
; reTions1y Youfsepcctf lif
good
t ifice 'GREGORY nibald/af boy GeorgiariS/a'girl and what:chil ; '1A1'T aNEt'D C0UN3BLLOMsthi
j ) ; YALE, .,,a ,conducted.by RpbertlTaylbrv..They.wiU attend
i4t'- .. Agent Duval companies dren the above named Yen might have boriied to all orders receive _
> since : they.Imay; Tfith punctuality, I I ; 44' tLr ftt4 -
she has
been absent
WiL JacksorivilleTlIarch4,1S18.; :tf, ? ,supposed to be two arid dispatch. All the Type"manufactured by
or threeiantl Ellick ia"olttAfrican'mari.llieJabove ., :
,
them will be Hand CastYand they'wiir furnish *
.: .zi: ; NOTICE. 1 for- nearly four fugUivpvBlaveshave years.1 "A JQHN'' M.been TONS'absent all kinds of Printers!'Materials]'bf the best quality R.o\TOSjra) A.3Ar5tLAJ3ft sovereign h3sffr?,
,c z-jt from date I shall apply.to; the MrJrA. T. Overendsis''still
SIX-WEEKS t ,;j employed inauperintendingthe ';
Jacksorivill
March SSth1848. &
; 6m
Probate of Columbia ; ,,, o1viwrEJTPIt
county 'iircLARK1tkWSON:.- ': manufacturing'departmerit. for thbJgeiwraljfpr6s JJoridaj forLettei. Administration upon the ; fc ropretp of newspapers,who havenptiadiTertised nwtteiplwhetheritherir : &
; j : taiejif Thomas J.Branneri,Late bf said county 'for.-BubscriberSj who ariay publish & as4aENflA otMTsawt 1N' '

:; : easL- a: ", BRANNENi'. ,::JPACJTORS\tN1, G ENERAIC4AjnnaJi.aCorgia COMMISSMlJII MsR* this notice for.thfee mbnths'wiU entitled to st M -

iMLIj x ,tender\tiietfiferTi iremre payl-in type/nori purchasing nve times Npthing can be'rn6re snrpiisinthaivIt in I'4
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wirisignmcrifs [the amount,of their.bill forradTertisirig. ; ?, *4* 'dE&tsons ouibeW1841c1ji
,' ..W.A.: <.- NOTICED ft-41 <- [ on'cotton!'arid.'all'bther kihdfl of couritiy4iproduce. [Mi01d;Type taken ia xc5hang fox new at 9 r tsJY aUTejtoess"arid'Jassitude,from jtaking it : 4b iii ;;'
QIXJQNUU8 after.dater I shall mV .* They are- agenti-fortrthi TOlebraf ; ; ;
. -present f ,4c2jlsci: at.once bceoni 0 rObUst wltuU oteergjuwJerhe 4 J34 4
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the Estate of Henry'Barnard,Jr, lato'of DuViilcounty.deceased1 tare; weekly.supplieCwitKTldur, fresh erbundVandr pnti4usca4at this eatAblishmeoithf 4 &fe rfeleksuIes thfem lefraTbicli 1sthe I1dt44Ot?
4't, : to the Hon.Judge of Probate" ![ ualvto{Northern flour. Theytttso_ ketoT tWfflTING & !&jLOR,
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t:1 Estateandshall.at; the'sthe tint; ap ply-for :-' tont n/'CartrightePlanters, aritt; .delicate'JiTcJS.TfS a riatureTto* exhibiicerhncatei of' cures' "< ;- Lt1t ..... .

i Letters of.Dismission te'such AaminKtratrix; of cdai;Shb4l5ftianufactories; which they sell at prfoded'buTo; can sur tKe ff1ThteT tJt- Thi rdcxly
which aU perwnsiriterested in isaid Estatefare i6inwiufactttrifa'gprices iV%gr -** & hundreds ofcasaJiavo" "ri"-' -&toia 11edst tbjQWt P $

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