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 Material Information
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 26, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057492
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Preceded by: Florida statesman
Succeeded by: Florida news (Jacksonville, Fla. : 1852)

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grAil adrertisemetrti paid _,X.eraging.] y. r'A r,! 8 -f' 'i- ,. ,,, i '1 't-J
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nd. transmitted with the .diMisenentirAdvertiSemtT1 six feet Jhe bodies'are' to' 'be:sided IS rough jhlckory ;bars,; UJeeVl marked with the numbei Jfclies8 :18
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k straight, to square'(5( feet above the .: inches moulded -- > '. pletely 1nIShedItbeihibth etJ uaI.be t
JBiertions required will be conuaoed_ until forbid-. at the middle'of thetength>f < butt) five'by fire irichet;';Id J>e"free'froin "I pi ce'Jt t t'l Dg"i'ih2, : Pt ill pslrs-thatl. .two t _ht.. all J..._ i
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S iIId dollars will be charged for all'announce- the arm, (cIearofbiriJ tthx'efo rtl' of knots and all .defects., iVte ,.., ;> f '.inches Doulded/ -t '-" ', ::16- >>. t".I-: n.aeS', befeen'. thn.TArth" 'I
1a'Fiye .the aiding or diameter to be considered the j To '" ._ PUfPOSe of taking'. ".t..t. ; '
fur oflice. : ; besr ot1j. .
candidates ,: 1P .4 long:17i 2; l l af"a1dlJ \ 1
u nett siding! of the knee size ciuit4ii3 ; 16 which .-:0---1 c
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One squire, for Six Months t : "f 10 00 of the in the, ; moulding Navy.yIrd. .', ,1 '. -; ., ". ,_,tN. s. ''._ jnthesmouTde11 .' ;1" "o '::::: 4"'y"- ofaiz1nch ,hh t
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Now* to Debtors and Creditor, t' 't 1ooo middleoCitllength'tobefuU .. CLASS No. L 1 .: 1'piece:36;l4Teetion: 171.2 thebutt/lf PemUe 1t'
Application' for Letter of AdminiitraUof ,g '00rj sod 'one Half the nett siding of the > JfA t Oak 7imbirt f;'(Per'c bi 'rO i) '" <' : i inches moulded. "* .; Incheded. I,16 be1Low d',1:1-2ln: h' h-tl. 1Afa'r

religious. notices, will be inserted ,grata33" !. knee; one'half ot the above knees to be 40,000 bia'feet..b quality white oak plank ipicce /35 t-2f feet: long,.16 1-2 inches t2i otl :or 12 1nceIfi;h l t" 4tbttb

fU.tj udmiiwable personal- communications"..willVh square and:;one fourIhto.form an,angle : AH drertisements.JfT from eighty.to.ninety degrees, the.remain- .,., npneless.thanthirtyrfiire: feet to piece 37rleetlong16.1.zlnch I .the' "sidlig .wa"1'fI' .5''.*''; i
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A"bills for.Job Printing roust be paid hundred degrees the length ofth arm to {f ic:44tbcari -';'? V .
the work.iCf ; and aTisrage'-thirteen inches : 1 piece 38 meam
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*.All communicaiions mttst be. .addressed to be"measured from the back of the body' as end of the sticks. / -f* i-t. Xr_' *- 'inches moulded'*' 'l.-chessiaed,12, /: A- & HAZ-CARD. postage jau.ji.EOftTUENA'. moulded by the angles given. *, .: ooo cubic feet white-oak 1 piece 39 1:3 feet.-: > ': :& -
.IL1.JTT promiscuous timber fceHong., wi&_ inched sided :".7 mp.t en4.ln i rtw.ir"V '
CLASS No.3.' .. length (twenty-five to forty feetanj, 12 1inches JIloutd di .tf '.161. .. ,-, ,. ,, o 1.
'. Lumber, (bo; driiCa .& ,) from 'fourteen to/twenty-four" inches 2 pieces 39. 2-3 feet lo 1gt6:1-2: : inches, aided 115 COO'red 1i 2' wi'' -
2000 feet first clear white l' 12 1-2 inch'Del. gt1 .. j i
sup qua1ity5-hicli square, equ proportions of the dIff inches uldt\d.- ;" 1't 16'riet. '. ,' i*< .. ,
NAVT DEPARTMENT, pine plank I ; c '. :0" ; -ent lengths and sizes. .*."*. <, ,r e 3 pi es,40J. .ff et.10nl'l; JDch08"id :201 l i''fic1Aife t 1 t ; < '. ;
ConstructionEquipmentand arid Repairs 2000 feet first clear white ,5OOO cubic'feet white J2 1'2'rL '," J < ,- "- .' lakju 1 .: ,
teare&tt sup. quality 4-fnch .oak Cu"e timber i! mou ld. ..., ,.? -r.'t '. I4t ._ .
o July 12, 1848. pine p tank lengths from twelve.to, thirtyfeet; to be .,pl e*.(1 fet lo gi6iinchsiidIri2j.- ," "'+-.ISj.-,, 7:"-v-'r"1"4.',' '-'_.\ .' .- ,I-" ..
PROPOSALS, endorsed "Propo 3000 sup. feet first iIalitytnch clear. .white. sided straIght 'one way from twelve: inches inoulded.1 .' '_ ,1f. '- < $ -r- \
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SEALED timber" w:Jumber.' ," as the Casein pine plank" "'eighteen"!inchesrand; tocur've the'oth'er piece 4M-: feet long,' 161-3 inches' sided C ,1. .. :CLASS-No-1.!jt. jt.rl, 'V-'IJ.:" "

l be, (naming the yard for wbich the offer isintended. 3000 sup.feet quality 2%-inch clear white way from, ten tov-cighteen'inches ; the 12l-2,inches moulded. J ,! uumurr.UU4UU r.1. )'l" '.,asnmr30,000 .,;.1 --t._ 1,

.) will be received at this bureau until pine! plank different.lengths.and.cnrvesin' ,equalproportions. 6 p WAW' fee ;.1ongz 16 L-2 .inehes'-dM' feet t'Inch white.pa&J'Som-'

,hreeo'ciock p. m., of the 25th August next 10000 sup. fee ,first quality\.2-inch clear. white, AU ht above_ promiscuous. t2.h2Inehes'moulded.. / *-ut> &1'tj.; 'mongrfelalt& '; V : :1..- : < 1"
{or furnishing and delivering at* tke seezidq.prdre5pOcti pine plank 1 timber to be'ortlle. be'si quality. 2 pieces 42 feet long-16 1-2 inches sided, 121-2 '3,000 superficial tee2.1ncht'jj" "

vely, the.timber, lumber, 10000 sup.feet first quality'-inch clear white 5 cords white-oak butts of the'best.qu81it.Y.rieefrom ; inches moulded. ":'' < m6n7cullinga* ..{ t. .

,ind otkeArticles hereinafter specified. One- pino plank t .8 knots in lengths from six to twelve 3 Pieces 43. :.,feet long, lf 1jnches? sided,: "'I:. .... .., .if't4_. ..-.;.! '-

/ourth'part:of all the articles required must be 6UO sup. feet first quality 1inci. clear white feet, and from twelve to eighteen inches 12 1-2 inches moulded:<* ; ; : ; .Nav7ynrdGoIpit4-'_ ; '

delivercd on or;before the first of July,one- pine plank diameter In the ml(1dle,clear or the bark. 7 pieces 43 feet long, 16 1-2 inches sided 12 1-2 ..', .' '. .' .": ."..CLASSNol." .. .. ": .., 3i

fourth o i or.before,the first ef.September, one. 10000 sup. feet first quality 1-inch clear'.white 5 cords best qtiality:Thick ry butts; 'iil gth inches moulded. ': "- White-oak,'fa:'(per cubic foot J :

.'qoprn orJi>e>re .the.,firsj
''ih feilance'on'jor before the 30t '.o!December, 1500 sup. feet first qualityinch clear white middle clear of bark, from nine to fifteen Mast.Thz&er C(6nrain long.leat yellow'pi\ $' ; j'-v j ;plank stocks, to average 45 feet in length;. 4

'1649-except the spruce.sf'nrs required at Pen- pine boards inches. .' 15 pieces, 4 'eet longj .. i7.inchessquar ) to be :not less than 713'JDChea square at .
:1\C01a ail of which must be delivered on or before 10000 sup. feet first quality 2-inch. merchantable CLASS NO. 2. .3' ce 51 "CC' ;, "" the small end ; to:;have no.wane exceed .
: the first of November, 1848. And in case white pine ponkfiOOOO Yellow-Pine Timber; (per'cubic foot.) ,3 c C \ 45 .'U ce U' a c,1 .{ ing one fourth .the width of the face of

'of failure to deliver the articles within the sup. feet first quility 1-inch merchantable 4DW)0, cubic feet fine grain long ;leafed yellow 3 U 42 U 'CC" 4C it >. : the side as squared. ,: .<-j .

limes and in the proportions above specified the white pine boards pine plank stocks, best 'quality;to aver 2 1, 61. 15.1 2" li7i-2 ," Apieeu'itUlfl1I:' ?_ i.
iurcau shall have the right to supply any deficicucy 500 sup. feet first quality %-inch clear white age forty-five feet in lengtbj"nnd; none "3 'CC 55 ce 4 U 10.Pl .of No.'It6ljel0] feet In1en .tohaTe

and the contractor shall be responsible pine base boards less than thirty-fire feet; to square from 6' 54" "ccc C 1, from 12 to 24 inches spring, to side not less :'

for any excess of cost over the contract price. 1000 sup. feet first qualky 1inch clear cypress twelve fourteen inches, and average '3, '.sb-- 52. c. cc ."..' 'ta : ,than12'_ ,inches,;and to mould"not less:than J'!:

All the timber, lumber, and other articles plank *\ thirteen inches at the top nd the sticks. 3 49 a, a'. a .; < U .' .. ,12inches at thimal1en&, '1J' .

must be of the very 7cct ytality, subject to the 4000' ujx feet first quality 1-inch clear cypress Yellow-pine Mast Timber. '3'i. 56 ",. 15 1/1 ..:.'.,'.CC-. 10 pieces of No: 2,'to'be14',feet' izUengtlLto .:

inspection and customary measurement of the boards 15 pieces 54 feet long, 17 by 17 inches square. 113 c :53 &c a .c "u .have, ;from.18 to, 24 inches 'springittaTidoand !'
yird where they are deliverable; and be in all 2000 sap.'feet first quality) 3-inch clear white 3 51 ,- ,; '3 '' i4 CC "cc- "C .,:' mould as No. 1. I :. ,? ;

respects to the entire satisfaction of the commandants ash plank 3 45 U "c cc !3 '51' U a ,.>., -,' (pieces of No:'3? to be 18 feetJn Jength/to ;

: thereof. The white cak Umber must 2000 sup. feet first quality fiinch clear white 3 42 &l' &l" "" 13., ,". 50 ? t.., 14 .l4'W cc'.:, : have from 24 to 30 inches spring, :to side :

be rough squared, according to the growth of ash plank i: 3 61*' ,, 15%" 1514 ,-":" J -' 3". 47 a ,. .; .h'._ .and mould as No: 1. I ; .,-, t,..'' :
haveno fourth 6000 first 2-inch clear white 3. .55 ,.C I' .I' _". 6, '. CL' : ,' '.' "- 10 ofNo.4 tobe.8 feet in
tie tree ; to wane exceeding one. sup. feet qualify d ; ; u r ; 6 45' a a pieces length, to
;
the side 6 .54' cc ft ", cc :ci ,t". & < c .' 24 t 4S inches '
the width of the face of as squared.- ash plank -.J 4''" ': 3 42 C' : ii have from : <& spring,to side and
All the yellow pine timber must be of.the'very 2000 sup feet first quality 1 j -inch clearwhite 3 |C 52 '. ,c. .' .. u'. 12< 'h M: ',"I CC :l314" 131-4' )1 mould as No.;1.;. : > x .

. best fluidity of -long leaf. fine grain, southern ash plank ;i 3 tt 49 IgU' u'" "
yellow pine ;" to be hewed to a fair edge, and l'b 2000 sup. feet first quality 1inch clear white 3 'C 50 ,- 15* 15 ': "_3', ";; '49. 13..14 13"1-40 ",.. ... have from 20 to 30 inches.-vSpringj.to sHe :
bite DO more sap than one-eighth ofthe breadth ash plank 3 53 <' 3 cc ,: 47 CC 'cC' a : .J and mould as No:t ,; j'-'t
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fthe face from each corner; and ,the contents 3000 sup. feet first quality 1-inch clear white. 3 fc 54 &l ": u I :X": 3 .a'' 44' cc. : ca U :.,, These fifty pieces'are to be of.the',rery best, T':

of ill sap to excluded in the measurement of ash boards : 3 "* l"C'. ':: !< ,. 3 ::" i' 50 ,' ""..- 13 13 .'1". ic. white oak, to be clearof.wane; the ends to.bei .

tic: timber. The o.ik mid pine most be felled Slack Walnut, (board measure.) 3 'C 50 cc. 14' 14 ; ?. .- 3 .u 47 ., a : it-. sawed off square, and fare to he free from spliti ;
I between the 1st October and 1st of March 500 sup. feet first quality 4-inch black walnut 3 47 ws. : ( tt ." ",' .M'tcf" ."-" 6 ..c" 45 ; 1 a CC a CC .. cc, shakes} and bad:knots. .:Diagrams,of the above
6 ,!' .45 f *{ -. ,.. ...U "j" ; **:,, ce" "cc' "' fifty pieceSiWill be.farnished
. mi must have grown within sixty miles of theI.coiLstmust plank ; : ; ':1. r3 3 42 U 'c 'C Jt contractor oa \
; stripped of the bark, or hew 500s sup. feet first quality 3-inch black walnut 42 ; u '' -.'?, ." 3.1.)4' a, cc" CC -"'" ,t application the'commandant of the yard."., ,.: .

. ed within twenty days after it is felled, and ; plank. .12 54 .i 13MU, 13.c. 6 .ce, .51 cecc a. a :. ;CC.' .WkilfOak: tw 'r. JY;' ,. ';1
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" placed clear of the ground, of which'satisfacto ; 1000 sup. feet first qtality, 2-inch black "alnutplank 3 52" '"". & a cc ;" 3 C.L' 48. .CC., U a .cc :;, YL: I 6 butt pi ce.8 feetin lengthj.nbi.less than 6

1 ry evidence must be given by the contractor j .3 49. "r' .c ,- a--- g. uZ4 ..ce 121-2" 121-2." .:in :hea diameter small:end ._.. : :: 4 t.
'twoI I 3- f47 ." f4L. .** /K ., cc ; :buUtpeceaj,12? feet,in lengtbnotl.eeathaG
by the production of certificates signed by 500 sup Wet first quality 1inch black walnut ;': ;j > 3' 51'ce CC' c" .: .

1 respectable witnesses, with their deposition, on plank' 3 44 ,, *? U,,,-" U' ,. : .,. 3'c 48 cc 17" 17 inches diameter,at sD1a11end .", ; ,; ,

oath, before some judge of the court, or magistrate 2000 sup. feet first quality l inch black walnut 3 -U 50 "r 13 ce'13' i 3.4i. U C" a. .>. ". -JB butt pieces,, :14: feet in length,:not less than i

within the township or county where the, boards 3 u' 47 <" u .- tt1 ; : 3'" ,i. 54.cc. 12 12 : : .' 6 inches diameter at small end,:. ;' _> '
timber was felled.. fJ'hit lak dimension staff (board mwur.) 6 u 45' .' &"*." aa"* t. U1.. > ; 6 (U- fil', \. cc U.U aC .... .30 hickory buttsv 7 feet longs to,1 from'7 tall: ;
3 42' u. "' ,U.-f/ ':"" : f' ," <. >inches at small endf." *=- s. -
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Separate offers must be made for navy- 25 pieces, 14 feet long, 17 ins. wide, 7 ins. thick ; 3' ; ,
yard, keeping each class articles, if embracing 25 17 16. 7 3' ff 54'c- ,& U ,:' :: To, be square, and}of 'parallel ;'must. All.the butt:'pieces are to.be ,delivered with "
I u 6 51 c: a tf u the'art onikem, and are;to be. clear of kn
. more than one, distinct; thecost of each 20 14 18 7 '. be all heart except inches on the two'oppo- t&: ;
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j item must be carried oat, and the aggregate 12 u 14f 17 8 .. 3" 48''' .eeu. .c. iitoangleswhichrnay, be sap. y 1' andareto.beBbraight.1. ,. ,
correctly footed 12 17 16 8' 9 u 54 u. .' 121 .12l r. ," 1mbe' '.CLASSNo.2, : .
up. .
. Bidders are cautioned against offering for 12 14 c. 18 8' 3: -51 If' ,.;a',.' c: '.ft.' 4 pieces,.Sp 50 n..long18 yeljoiomnet u.diam.(per cubic 1-3 feet)' ? 'Yellow_ ../per( cubic foot-.. L [,', ;
I u / u. t( ft C' ,from butt. 20000 cubic feet
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48 yellow
Ie ce pine plank stocks I
more thin they can furnish, as no extension of 12 14 17 9 : 4 &t 53' 'E 18 '' 'c ,C
1t time Kill under any c circumstances granted, 12 cc 17 u 16 9 3.: 45 ',, ..-4g*--if tt tt o 4 U 42 "' '20* U average 45 feet in length, to :be.not leas* < I

1r and torfeitures: in all cases will be rigidly en- 12 14 18 C'' 9, 3' ff 54 .ft '12 12 .U 1 34 ,.'\ 19, .c'. ,t bowsprit... ,/ ./ ? than 13 iriches'square at the small end :
6 51 <( <... ,tt ft tc to.be"sawed o fsquare at the butt'aziJ
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" forced : but no offer not embracing the whole of 12 14 17 10 4 U \68 17 in the centre foryards. : ': t ;
toy one class will be considered. 12 21 to 16 '" 10 3 ff 48 u ft tr u u .ct v j top'ends:, \- "" T \ii..

1 The offers of persons who have heretofore 12 14 18 10 To be square and of parallel widths ; must ball The pieces having'the dimensions' ,7" 1-3. from' Masts.and. : '' Spars." '(Pieces' 'of'fine,graln-yellcnr. .
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. I foiled to enter into contract: after being notified The whole to be pasture oak, squareedgedand heart, except four inches on the two opposite ., the butt," are yards (except the two short ones, ,) : -. r't.;n'. ., ,.f'Xl85pieces I.
54 feet
of the acceptance of their offer, or, having contracted straight, free from large knots, shakes, and angles, which may be sap. and cap tapered off -the'18-inch to 1 1 inchesat 5U.. .., 51 U-long. -17:' "by',&I' 17'17 inches* .quare.- ;

and failed to perform, will be considered I all other detects ; there must be at least three CLASS",NO. 3. the8mall end, the'two short sticks to work. 5' u. .'45 1'1'17 17 : ',' ":'IF L---.- .;
at the of the bureau. inches sawed from the centre of the stick to Lumber board the '' ,
only option -( measure.) ? 15 inch s&t small end ; the'are requiredto 5 c& 42 '17 u '11' "cc .
Every offer must be accompanied by a written avoid the centre of the heart. 30,000 feet white pine! .one inch .bpnds.:..One- be lined full towards the small ends._ 5' 'U. 61' 'j 1l2' 1'512. ,.(- "'' "

I guaranty, signed by one or more responsible CLASS No. 4. hlf of the quantity to :be of: the beat White-pwe-Ttm&ert' (by the cubic foot) 1'5'. it ,; "..,' ** .

r persons, whose responsibility must be cer- Lite-oak Timber, (by .the cubic foot.1I quality No. 2's,and one-half be.of the 5000 cubic feet of white pine timber of the best 10'U' 54, 1 'tftt'' 'ft ''tt U"1'"',a :,' K .y. ,

tified to by the navy agent, or some person cubic feet promiscuous live-oak timber best qU':1lityNo. 3's. f< : quality in .lengths of- 45, 50, and '55 feet 5'U. 52 {C :u"
known to the bureau, that if the offer be accepted from twelve to twenty feet in length, 2,500 feet yellow oak boat boards 1 inch thick. and upwards,'to square not less than fifteen : 5 tc '49 ,,ff. ,u' .Kis ) ,{+ i ,
the bidder will, within five days after averaging sixteen feet in length, to side 2.500" a % ,inches at the top end. 3 t; 56 tfff "'cc" :is .
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being notified enter into contract with good inches the moulding Length fromfifteet to twenty-five feet; width 7 ;
to 15 .
and sufficient sureties to furnish the articles straight.12 to be the natural curve 'of,the tree, not less than eight inches. : :' Locust' ,T1mber, (by,the cubic foot.) 3 ,. 'ifu "53" P- .cc,.; .".1.a.. ::.II'.tl'.; lOI6W\ }
way, 200 cubic feet best 3 54 t.1', ti iMlC t _
quality Island locust ,
proposed, agreeably to the terms of this adver not to be hewn, but left in its natural CLASS No. '4. ;. timber to,average'twelve Long inches"diameter 3 Cl.. -si ', uu I .... '_ 4."" >"..- ;I._"_.-,_" .,
tisement. state the whole to be sound free from White-oak al Knees inch. ; ., '
siding )
; (per not less than ten in he. :'. 3 .. 50 .u 'l414 '. .I '''. '
I Bidders are particularly cautioned to endorse shakes and other erect. 200 white-oak boat knees; arms not less than 3 H'1'u.. A7'r,.;: ,". 'c.cu.. ,;:. ,# ,'
20 pieces yellow Long Island lo'cust 12 feet ,
. tlcir bids as above required, to prevent their live oak keelson pieces from four inches' diameter ,clear of bark and ., If._ '"
" 1000. cubic feet of long to 7 by, 9 inches. 6 .CC" 45' : U.' fIC, 'CC.. L: ;.&Vgtt'. .
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being opened previous to the time specified ; twenty five to thirty feet in length, averaging the bodies and arm a'to be'not less than square 3. .1.; 42" iiVvitt.. .>.r S' ,:. :l. .- ".hf:: .
. the of this piece, yellow.Long. Island,locust, .4 ,feet 11" -
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and all"bids not conforming to twenty seven and a half feet in. thirty-two incheslong.. One third of the long to square 22 by 22 inches. 12' M"-. '113 i 1-4 !! 13 1-4' l W' : 1.

advertisement;particularly in correctly statingthe length, to side from end to end, straight, whole numberto be square. 8 pieces iyeilow' Long Island ? 7' feet 3' ... ", 52V49 '"., : .u-_ "U_ ". "f.-t" ,,, !!, ", ,
locust
amount of each item, and the final aggregate (seventeen inches ;) moulding way to be. 24 white-oak boat knees for.cheeks..., The bodies long to square 8.by 12 inches. ,' 3- ,!. '' ,.. >'"."'-_ tc-ag. : .. ."., I .l ,..j _"'to-: .
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of each class, will be rejected as informal. straight, or a regular curve from end to and.arms to be from eight to ten:feet 3 !i 47 .ft. :' u. u.... ,.un u". ,. .
I The price of all manufactured or sawed lum'berwill end, of not more than six inches in thirty long, 'nett)siding to'be from ten-to twelve : ,' ,Ash,.'Timber, (per,cubic foot) .t 3 if .44 .u. --1! ,., :.n,, -'. :u- :'{

be estimated/md determined by "boardnwvre feet, to be not less than,fourteen inches inches, and to form an'angle from 110 to 4 ash logs, 14feet long, 20 inches.diameter.- 3 K '50.t3"" -13 ,...,Wf4.t.- ";' ':.

, ;" the square and round timber, unless (moulding way) at the top end of the 116 degrees.'The..bodies to be sided to 200'inches round!<'*'-ash timber,.24 to 30,-inches 3 ; '.'.:'!-47. -..t' : ;'ui.. : Ui--f'-t. ,. .i.iIiilt..A_ ; ''

,otherwise specified, by the cubic foot, according stick and hewn square; the whole to be the diameter of the arms, including the diameter IElm1mler: : 'I .I 6 ttIt.. 45 it ..i- ft it-.. it. v1, i.&' ,-_. :
to the rule measurement adopted at the yards, sound and free from shakes and other bark. The moulding size'of the bodies to (per cubic foot) '' 3 u. 42 .4; ''-' ii ,U' If '- tw.- :> -. ..
'I *hich is as follows i for round or eight square defects. be from fifteen to twenty inches.NavyyardBrook1yu 2000 cubic feet eastern mountain elm in lengthsof 3 u r 54 'uifi. ..'t ir u ''--"u--f

.1. timber, take the moan diameter of the log,clear ;:CLASS No. 5. .- :12 feet tosquare as'follows, ,Tiz: 1,000 I 6 ;., si,4.: .. : pI

.\ the tfbark; deduct from this diameter one-fourth, White-pine Timber. (by the cubic foot.) N."Yol"kr 'feet'16. .inches inches.,!500. ,'J'CLASS feet' 18 inches,'a4d. 500, I 3 .f.. 48
. remainder will be the reputed square of the 5000 cubi feet of merchantable white-pine CLASS NO'. 1.Whvieoak'Timber ''g 5451' "-u t'121-2' {! ;1 .
Jog;tnultiply this reputed square in inches, by in > No. 4. \ -"..' U'lce: c..3. { ..
timber from thirty five to fifty teet ; (by the cubic foot.) 3 <" .. oil 'ct'..",-' '" :
) itself, that product by the length in feet, and Lumber $-;. : ft- It t ,"a 'u "'i I
length averaging forty nve feet in length, 20,000.cubio feet ofwhite-oakp1ank'stocks'of ? > j r.3 -48. .. ".. ... : ---f_". !
' dIvide 'by 144, will give the contents in cubic to be not less than sixteen ,the best quality length,not less than 3000 feet'34ntheak'boards, board measure' .', 3 CC' 45: "H u- U'j; "u'.t ;
feet take the rough-squared 2000'4 """ 1 *" *' "' tt U tt ;, .u :i;, 3. 'I
For rough squared timber mean t f2 '" i ,
inches at the top end of the stick. thirty-fiye feet averaging forty-five feet, 3 .. tI't. _. l2-- t
:, fltmeterofthe breadth and depth in inches, 100 white ash oars, .16 feet long per piece l.1e It *-tl |( .. ',,. ,
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the foot half twelve and halftosquare &
Locust?Timber, (by cubic ) to squarje,. inches .' ItU, < II : -" .
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w4 the the 100 1' < tl5i : u- .g.- ,CC *.' .
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length in feet ; multiply mean 200 cubic1 feet of the firstquul1ty of tong.Island -, fourteen inches ''and upwards 3 -' 48 .-- K. ... ".. -'' u ..'s ,
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. depth and breath together, and this product by locust timber, in lengths from eight : at the top end of the stick 100 14 uu To be squareauct of parallel widths j'must: beaH :
' the length and divide 144 will gin the 200-- 43 heart '4 Inches'
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aVerage fourteeninches on two
twelve feet; to < { opposite an:
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, contents in cubic feet. : ii v.Yelloro loot \f' d,1: 12 IMwmcnmaybesap;. : < *' *
J Bonds with two approved sureties will be retired in diameter, and :not.Iess'than twelve .- ineTimber,'(by.the cubicfoot.: ) 7.;:.; -oo.J Ub ''n ".; '11' 'a a ,. .

in half the amount of the contract, and ches.". -' 25,000T.cubiOifeet5.beit, ( >;quality long'.leaf, fine. .,, 2O'-"" ,. ". m.10' U." ."; '"; "7" CLASS' ;'N::3. .,. :*''' .:
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CLASS !, No 6. 'grainisouthwer _Whit tlim( ,, .) .
yell6w-pme stocks
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ten deducted from CLASS'.No.j5.r -. c.. '
per cent in addition will be .
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.I all bills; to be withheld as collateral security, Brad spruce-Spars, (bythe pice8 ,)_ length'notless,than thirty-five feet'av-' 7 a ""*' \t-Spruce Spars, $c.' : \. # .500 sup. feet., 12'to, }Cik..etJong, 8.to,10 inches -

ontatte. contract is fully completed; the bal- black-sprnce spars, 55 ft.long, II inch lam.I eraging forty-five feet ; half to square '25 spruce spars,t 55 to 60 feet)long,.of proporItionate ide2inch'feet 08. :: '
500 12 to 18 feet long 8 to 10 inches -
ane, or. will be paid on each 8 .46' .C& ,to : twehref and'half to square:,fQurtenin- t size, perpieco '?* *'' sup. '
ninety '
percent, ci ," ." .1' ". li ches at the dof the ; wide, i-1-2incbiesthjck. 4j--T'
12 tl- 40 ; and'Upwards top feet of I$
{ delivery named the con- ;I 25 45 to 50 long propbr- :
by the jn '' spruce spars,, ,
r., tract> within thirty navy days agent after the. presentation 14- .' "". f''r ", "( .. .i 36 ... Al cc., ,7 8 .,,.n"C' .. ."cc.., i stick. tsrj; .t \-'."' tionate size, per piece ? ? ... ', \ -' .1O0Osup.Tceti12.o18feet. 'wide'1'1-4 inches tbick long,8/to" -1O.mchez.,."T .,' .. ,, ;.i j

ia f approved bills. 6 "cc': :34. :' ;.'c' ,"r J' YelIom-pineBeamsiQ;( the:cubic foot.) .' 2000" .inches' sprnce spars,tMq' 9 inches, equal 500vsup.. fee.% 12 to 18 feet JongiWinc : ; ;
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dTo prevent unnecessary correspondence,bid / .: 27'f'u 'C4'. The. following best.qnalitl,10ng 'caf)fine_ graii. proportion of each size,peruich. ; 11"4. inches'thick. ".. : ".*"'". *
8 .'c i' 26 "f-6. ', nth'ei'n y beams fhe,f lio'r,' J266 ; poles .oflarge size ( > i
arc informed that those only whose offers 8 lloi.pine. straight "spruce; ,;, per 500 feet l2o.1Sfeetleng201nche3iA .'-
are 20 black sOJt'ftngj/jMck,diam. nths'an&iiics and toutby:a' .VV. sup. .,, .. f1.
- accepted will be notified ,immediately after sprnce-poles. 'ingYle : f .got ,, I -j.,.piece..). / :1znchtMck, ." .- -.''. -
the bids thall have been opened and determined. 18 ." ."i'. ,: ., .[nould that:Trill spring six.inches m forty. ;CEASSNo.6.fltct ; .' 't 'Plank : ;: .>
whole to; hestrdghX! e"irpm large I. >.) ,. Wti&e-piM ;.and Boards, (board townamV14000 -
Th : oZ' fivefeet. SS* ff ** *t, 'i l1tI t / >ry5aw54perpiec:( ) i ,

- NaVy-ford Kittcry: IiuIne. knot. ,, fresh;'and:withjthe. "bark, on,; ., :i P e..46'l2 feetlong.l9'i-2 inches. sided_,17-": 38 rough hickory bard,.4.by 4 inches 6 feet long. .sup. feet,4-inchclewMtepbe; : ; ,'hotun. ,
.. ," t \j& v>T"' J It' t :' ."/ der 10 inches ., M
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;, :CLASS 1.L'I "' i DC be'iould d. ., 12 if / : T 6by.6f.14 : ; ..
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CLASS No. '1. Whitehall Oars by.the foot in length.)) *,..
I.t. 1WMZe.oak Timber the cubic fool): ; ( 2 der io inches' -> vt ';h> :*'t -
(by ; .
4O whit oars18feet long s-a 1 ; : :.inohesouldedi. -::, '1t ,1 : k.7 -. / r3 inches. one foot froxhebitt.. ) "jo. .'
cubic feetof white-oak plank stocks, be to 36 24 first quality V.. .,. .**": "' ..". :1615 .t. : piece 43 fee4Jonga9V% ihes-isideatl7, .1 ,J*"-w' "' :9cLAsaN; .i 7.- ". .:>'. t. 15000supl C feet .2-inc. cltorhilepine- ; usual'breadth ',..

. tTerftgt45 feet iu'lengthand none to !; .- u, y', :.14 ", >'C'\ ; inches moulded. .." i:./"': i i :". 2no"iJ."" (pertonbf2240lbs.)5j; ..,, .. 2 : '" .4
:less than 35"'feet ;in lengthr-oiie half to 'M ( 0 c ". 1' -Di':16'to.17; inches, ooo' F fee'Jft4 1cJ. ar'wh. .. bi'us:
.. '. : :18: !' \t : oj \3 fif \ : i piece-40:,feet;longc 19 1-2.inches-aided7; '' tiilignumvi' -. "'- "" ,., ',. al breadth' < : ,,- /
. square Dot'lesS than fourteen inches- .) A* i[ **' ,inches moulded.. K '*.1s& VjT. 'li1u.-n. .- 'L 14to15'z, ;- :
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:: ,*nd one half to' square not less'thantwelve t 4!< JUMC'MMUVMW)-b1th- -- in. ,diam. :'a pieces feetaonga7/ Ir2 inches :fided tie:: 24 .c .,i '") n12"to'13.. .' .If. ,f: 30000 sup.feet, l.inch clew. i itepiabreaduiv U

r "' inches at, the top_end/ of the stick :'i 1000 1000ibs.firtt,= .< qaaJitT. ,* iguumvatfO I. ......"; ; ora' _,0 'J:, \ Imebes moulded.'J1i'..',1 *1ft' i t ,r'iit' ;": .,ri ill 'ii1", '.fJi. '..id-i-'ti"' i'ii'' .,, ..;10'-,1'11 1 1'y'" ," ot'-it"} ', ', I. '.-" '. J.VV, "" S! *iiS. 'T'4-vi'f-i' % .ftf ,..*.
a M"W be free from cross grain, large "! '. 2 "i"C .100 ii. V MIAMI. !>?u P'-1
' ; -. ', Ii.. .' U. .0" f7' ., "',' 3 pieces'461-2 feet l ng. 17 1-2. inches Bided. 16" 18M.tch9.71' .. ', : J1'ee w __ .. .
1 knot.ad other dcfe t., 1000 .J ; 'f.lote '< ', ,. ; "linchesmottldedr+ "'W' -!{H",=* *** U',-*.** ; 2' u' If:": -7to8'; f ', .." .fti. {,";
CLASS NO. 2. ,. : :looolooo4, J..'..-, '.4T.'J' f '.,; f ra ,.,. ... ;.". t', 16"t" ': -" 'u' \. 10000' \n7I.m4nt4i
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"sided 16i 'au-
...4t ; 1i1CI tIC ,U. : ." 1 piece146 feet long ;17 4:!inches I" V4r ; .,,
f"A Whit cii KMCS (by the siding inch.) l000%, u l" '.'f'. f'1.7 "W; ,; .w .' \t ." j'r ,, <. .....; 1Z.to:6" ', ; '" "- ... l : ; : ..:
too / :",., .,. ,'JP".<;, _4iS'4'" <, ,t t'f.. ''. : i d:1; es mou1d '1'-'Jt.?: t i Oft'1-;". --ct.J.t :. .. :."'e' ; '. ,riadth"h+ ; '. "I" J' ; .
,'hite-oak knees, the, l ett.'sidiDg of one ( : piece 451-2.fe UODgtll: 1! il!, ,.2: -.U' .. fiJf.lir,72"u -' 'Af 'k" '- '!.rt.4.f' ':1 p9 .!U "_ ,_ .1'C- ... ._," .a. .I'
'. a1f to be 8eTeD Inches-and the nett aiding ; HkkOYli4TS, ;rSIt Incheeou1ded.; t--c.. ''.rcSb %fa1ity8DOthIigu..,. ."p- aLrea4fh-:. 7c.''.C,0.""' 't'u- ht-i. '\.;

ftUKii other half l to be,eight Inches r the IOOiizgh fplit L1okoryars (p1e e4413 tsetlo17j.2. & OI446I .4t .1" id'fi from iJ4 t Toeorth1ehua: tM:G
1 ',bOdIes stilghtutto sqtzste "J.rnt "S J tf\. !#t'i ."" -" '4 )
"f1i ,.art wttialengths be in length from five fife to fee'sewn i the f et,"$T. 1St fBC', M thSkU'',. i-. ,"J.j.rt..r', ,i *,. 'i\") ; ID-.1. ck ecJ..l r.J $ ) '1 .Dw.' .- t1.W1.. -',I-,.Do". 'l'. ;/, ;. '" \;'. tio&ids'0',.' ;:,--if''- ..I'r- ',- "if: .'. .. '.

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. AiJ 3C&SS&P.4.V' 20 BUcks,:from"37 to 40 feet" long,'10 inches in bUt adopting the Wilmot Provfeoand that lug State,.the preservation of the.institution. is' ver7qUeIORewouldThOIjlLt.l:' ;

.1 : Bcir W. 4 Plank d Boards, board measure.) :centre or slings' .? .- too':fit''the only:time''when1 :Southern.':rights' disconnected altogether: '"with? 'property, .and asserting our equal ttghtjAs th .

,,- 15000- tup.feet;white tsh,'2 inch thick,',:10,to 19 40. sticks in'centre; from or 30 slings to 35 fe.long\ 7 _1-2 inches could be secured in the.passage of the.:California hat'it'is' as much'the interest of the poor man H( '' 'IJ.t -t

" Ti1;t :inches sup.feet wide white ash t, 2b-: V1000 ,-;thick. -,24 inchts 25 sticks, from 25 to 30 feet long' ',. 6,1-2' inchesin and New Mexicobffl., '.. ,_. without' ofthe a.elave' to ward off sbo'litIonattncks thousand. ,WeihouldWsooxhave as 11113' with
.. v t wide / ., centreoi'slings.' '; W6 are thus defeated: :As far as Congress is hat, rich -rnan' -a, ., we announced;jfo air ie tj G

f.! flup. feet white'ash, 11-2 inch 'thick, 10I' r August 19, 1848. J: S "t\ t.-s' -i- Jconcejtied_we ire no: longer'onan. t1-* h expected hithtcbalIebgeto the 10th last pwied th py! from
4 to 20 inches wide, a proportion each. "of ThaibelnfinTadei Ui the proof that apocr)nm' 'life is'as good : "
the-other'Sbt, The property
right House
feet.white'ash 1 inch thick'10 inch* ,:. aftertRaending,H by;:th .f :
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; ; 15000 sup. THENEWS.JACKSONVILLE that rich man' thai the: should t
.i f-r.i .. : ches and upwards wide ,\ . %Where," shall th attacks' end? as of a ; or negro Missouri J Cdznproinise.tb'th ;1'he'"TOt"-Yai I

ll 1000. .,sup.feet:cherry boards'to be.16, 18, and ,'.AUGUST .28,'.1848.DEMOCBATIO .' In:another: iession' :'we/may:; ';look for .the'abolition net have" qna1poUtica1rihiswith le.white. .I >ing friends of the S j.ern Ejtr1 :
"f .1,7. 20 inches'wide,proportion of each of:slavery'in the District'of Columbia., It :.ThedoctrinOt the Republican, advanced in 8tflAtOOtdfQthe I

...t 1000 sup. feet black walnut, 4 inches thick, 10 1 will then be but one step to universal abolition.Arwthe i 'ttat'of-FIorIdais-ththAt'alay: : : 7'is. while; :Northern. i'f C
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.. .J Inches and upwards wide, every Whg! f +::
. ';J; 1000 gui:feet black walnut, 3 inches'thick, 10 citixenVof.the S uLh''to j.anie.h re an,:,institution..',. .- ." ."' which, ." ,exclusively 4" T_t Jfenefits,. the Northern Democrats adhered.o.h.cr- ".

.r t !.*? inches and upwards'wide and tamely endure this wrong?: ',If.so.they will jreat land holdingintertthatthaWbIgs as & .- -/ '.. V "iJ ;'1"

; tt.t;, 1000 sup'feet black walnut 2 1-2 incles thick place the climax upon degradation.': ft party are:not"rampant' upon ,slavery as On tiiimicceedingday 'thuo'- '.

I ;"l IF 10 inches and upwards:wide Democrats-arnl hence he'infers the; u ar: ,, I
;-:} :*i .A.j .. 1000 sup.feet black walnut, 2 inches thick, 10 ,But one course is'left,'the course of honor. the } ,concur' -;jn''>he Senate amendment' 'tewil :

II .. t inches and upwards wide NO IN.&TION8. The Abolitionists have acquired their:power by slocracy- "oifr"(democracy",*iiid*- Jhe/'democracy,' ofWhiggery. Missouri Compromise by a vote o:(( rf4

. :: ;: 1000 sup. feet blAck walnut, 1.inch thick., 10 to union.. :Ttiey are now in the North abandoningparty ." '*' f'T'r.r >'* Northern Representative ''-
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::!.-j.:fJ breadth -' FOR PRESIDENT .OF THE UNITED STATES: ties for a crusade against Southern rights. 'Now-'what, say you-poor! White1 mechanics to tion of four opposing,it: Afterwaria: ttQ'1oncu

.";'i;t,;4%. 1000 sup.feet .blackw ut,7.* inch.thic\,18 LEWIS. CASS i President a Democrat,'and the grandson this doctrine when\carried'but. 'i Y&'are.told d.in this l o ij .;
to 20 inches wide a proportion of ach have.bef.Domina that since .have no slaves" have not the I
r f*,.7.''"*l.L OF MICHIGAN. I oran Ex-President a.Whig, you; you. cedinfrom"ttl.Y1r mndme b \:" C

'jU "tbreadth izJhes i i ted by a party organized for the especial purpose same,interest;in,the: question;of.:slavery(with 29 to 25every.Northern b
:i**j"i; 1000 sup. feet bay-wood mahogany, 4 FOR VICE PRESIDENT: ., ," Timerest" ; Datof'o&iDl-'.
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V&4&5 'thi9k 10 inches and,upwards wide I of depriving the. South.of their right to the l nd holding :You are therefore cede/'while;: ''Burtojt:bf' l1 '

nf&XV- 1000 snp feet bay-wood mahogany, % inch WILLIAM 0. hUTLEK, settle the common territor. What'other''resource advised to be cool in protecting the institution Texas,,and8ratrA'ccz ofelali f
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tf| thick, 12 breadth to 18 inches wide, a proportion OF KENTUCKY. is left us than to adopt a similar.organization
tt..i! JS : ;' 1000 sup.of each feet bay-wood mahogany, 4 inches in our own defence. We can.iiercaftdexpect separate institution for the benefit.a.particular defeated the Wilmot fmi o"iift" dti.t"

?.>*\.' thick 10 inches.and upwards wide. FOR GOVERNOR OF FLORIDA: nothing from the North: CASS will be class,at lbeSoutlui; 'If it'isso,':tlequestion; by our own Senators ', 7 t
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..4- ..c4.v? 1000 sup..feet bay-wood mahogany, % inch GEN. WILLIAM 'BAILEY. the last President elected opposition 'to the is.j .yi.T lded.'-. .:If'. it.were only. 'a1. "-matier..of'property ':A4th* -*-. crown* all' this"O BiU't I
-(4T- thick, 12 to 18 inches. wide, a proportion doctrine of the Wilmot Proviso: The Abolition- it should'no'longer beolraiLIt' C
Missouri
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ii. of each breadth hadieen atMairItheWilmOt
e",4. inch FILLMORK. is already candidate on the be wrong. ( We should,abolish slavery' Then, Proviso '
'' % 1000 sup. feet bay-wood mahogany, 1-2 r i diiUt'
.. ,i.jai: thick 12 to 18 inches wide a proportion ,- -- FOR CONGRESS: Whig ticket! poor white mechanics' ,what wouldbeyour; p0.sition by President,. and.Gen.. SHIPJM nand i1tft
, I_.:'I..e of each breadth n*. r WILLIAM P. DUVAL. Freemen of the South, reflect deeply upon ?; Would 10t;J t'be mia QUALITY .
.eJ bar rafters 26 feet in length to be 5 .confirmed_Governor. ,of the territorial
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the abasement to which cast. >he.negroarace younpt'be placedin
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.': j. inches square at the.looms.. The blades returning this Bill to the House witij
;0 t .; %. to be one third the length of the rafter, I FOR; PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS: Think the future,and ask yourselves whether competition with tie colored .blacb itb-, signature ,the President also transnrittfcj usaige ,

;.',....:. and 7 inches wide and 2 inches thi k at.. GEO. R. .FAIRBANKS, of St. Johns. it is not time to act, and not to trust longerto carpenter,'or* maionj',whose' political'; rights which'he House refused

....,t J,'::.?..""- the blade end, (per piece.) CHARLES H. DUPONT, ofGads'den.JOHN your treacherous representatives, or the pity wouldbe" good'as yours' x suspending. business It.then' being.co little j-r-iL d
CLASS No. 5. '
_ iTj and forbearance of the North I But experience"hasi.shown,.thai ins.climate 1
...,::}, Cypress Boaidsl (board measure.) MILTON, of Jackson County. and latitude than an,hourbcfore'tbetjrne: of adjooraaeatiithe'Hst'day (

".:, :. 3000 sup. feet, 26 feet in length, 8 to 10 inches REMEMBER, FLORIDA WHIGS I jparticulany, adapted for laveryj; ; ,of thesessibn! :.T-- Oao i I:
'? Jl wide 13i inch thick MAIL you.would' not be p ruiitted to''enjoy'even.this
r ARRANGEMENTS AND THE PUB- That for Gem TAYLOR with- wmi,TilE 'Y ILMOT.PltOVISO,:.is,th.erctordhe TI
'J": 1000 sup. feet,18 feet in length,S to 10 inches LIC CONVENIENCE.We you cannot vote much. In 'the(Southern.:;.States,'the: vast pre- 'land ;
43Jt of the and its ,is tabs
wide IK inch thick out Toting for :the ABOLITIONIST MILLARD ; passage 'atrj ,
.m.tt.. had always supposed that the only object. pqntlcrance of the bh*kover., the white! ,popu to 'action of8oulhern' -
: Elm Plank and Boards, (board measure.) FILLMORE. You vote for electors, and these ,the. ,Senators.1 ,"it
iJ 2/000 sup.feet,28 feet in length, 8 to 10 inches of the Post Office system was the convenience lation in number, would infallibly place us at j : .
for TAYLOR and .
electors are pledged to vote .
. ::: "" -' -
.&5Vi\i CV wide, :inch thick of the Public. But it seems to be construed the mercy1 of'the 1eratedhtves, as' in the 'I' A ,R 1N 'THE iiTL :;
, FILLMORE!
; ; 1000 sup.feet, 20 feet in length, 8 to 10 inches West India Islands. If youcoulii'live' ; "
.. to be the convenience i through tib
:;k ettE.- wide, 13 inch thick occasionally of steamboat We say this because we have seen several intelligent the j During e discussion 'O'Uthe.Ortgo1rl: &

.::r. t;: 1000 sup. feet 18 feet in length, 8 to 10 inches Captains alone. An outrage was perpetratedhere Whigs who refuse positively to vote pangs of beggary in competitionfwith negro the Senatcin, 'the'12th inst, f Mr;Btmi lrf'

,; I. wide, 1J( inch thick this week that the public cannot and will for FILLMORE but arc induced to believe by mechanics,you yould infallibly become the S. 'C,.;. OOTCd that..t. .Senate: go into execatiiijessio t
uI '.:-:.i 2000 sup.feet, 20 feet in length, 7 to 9 J nches not lightly over. The steamboat victims of insurrecti J*"'?J ? of /
pass Captainon a question 'ia'rjila
their leaders that for \ upon privilege
wide, 2! inch thick Whig they can TOte any "
'Hehce s ,s'-th *iepublican l
t.,1I.d :. 2000 sup. feet, 12 to 18 fe*> in length, 24 inches Sunday last gave the post-master Fifteen Vice Pr sident they choose! This is false J If we uire tho to a violation of the rules,by Mr.BErrbrfiatitpublication' .

,v'b.V.'i.;;:t' ":. 'tude 3 inches thick minutes to make up and deliver the Southern you vote for MclNTosix and Company, yon vote democracy Off ,tWhiegery This -question 6f .of,certain:resolutions"hi'the,Hffe
ti:".J 2000 feet, 12 to 18 feet in length,24 inch understand the slavery is so,disconnected with."party'that it :
., ,".... sup. mail as we at direction of the for TAYLOR and FILLMORE? J.s Herald, concerning Gen., .-J 1t.K BiMAJSOS 0Y
wide 2 1-2 inches thick *
:t"i' es notorious 'that the w wealthiest
ost-master Savannah. skvehojdcrs; hFlorida4are3Whigs
:ti t'$' 2000 sup. feet, 12 to 18 feet in length,24 inch According to this and BECRIE:!secondcd'ile mo4ioaFi '

r ,' 1 es wde 2 inches thick. arrangement not ff mail can ever be delivered OEN. TAYLOR AND TIlE VOLUNTEERSIt fr Si j? :( the:folio wing report it-'appears' ti1..T

'r! 'I.i'O". in this place What the Savannah P. M. has to ';Moderation!I"' reiterates' thexRepublican. conducted himself f
.. *". is singular that although Gen. TAYLOR has ., taore like, $1
',-.;...".:.,0... Navy-yard CLASS, Pentneola.NO. 1.Ytlloro do or direct in the matter we cannot*di.ine. been selected to foist the Federalists into power In moderate defending'SputhernRighls'the* | ,'Vhigs are t.lIl.l 1 1greih .. -.;V" S.'sequenUy -&tOrr't'-t.Mi i'b : ': S.

".jif t l 'Pine-(board measure.) To our knowledge the contractors and proprietors simply on the strength of his military reputation They'arenot'so'rampa. "on'tiiesubject >"'- we learn h:1t.}Ir!n Lu hU.lM"B

:,"fJ.!,, .:I 2000'feet of 1 inch,and 3000 feet of 11-2 inch, are directly opposed to this arrangement that those who are best qualified judge of jlavery,8s the Democrats 1 tWe have yet ''and that."the affair was oppa tfi h"
'
;'1 ;. "r' to be from 16 to 20 feet long,and from 12 ,'and as we are assured it is the plan of of his merits on this score have very little consideration to learn that, it is the policy of an injured p:1rtyto"b tnepThe.,2, .. '." 1 ). 8:
!.:6' :'h ; to 14 inches wide the captain alone who seems to have aimed at ''moderate"jn hisj ovn'Jdefehce\ |hat'. he' T th'e'ftr feagjs*' I-
. :;. for him. This very Mexican war MrBreeseden2ed the right of ,Sentiar.tft:l
1-2 inch
feet of 2
: 4000
. t; : feet of 2 inch and T.e
4000 '
.j..., 1- .' to be from 20 to 30 feet long, and from 12 making himself universally detested on the which made him all he is, has proved to the shoultlreceiye kicks, cuffawf'-iusults, ,: and tike,.the jaotjon, ,while the" .Oregon,.bilii4;.',. a
and has succeeded Jack- smile placidl/in his mciiewtion. We hive pending.;. ,. ir ."
! route -
,tti to 14 inches wide rough edged admirably. world the soundness of our republican policy yet \r -- sMr

. .i, ':\ : 5000 feet of 3 inch from 40 to 60 feet long, 12 sonville, with the exception of St. Augustine, I to discourage maintenance of a standing army to.learn, that,'at thisjunctureVwhetfthe'whole. ;with Uenton,and wfth i was'open in f.lTor.ofhTlng doors.,. He w it.,proMped for!

:!Vur-.i.**>|f"; 12000 feet to 14 of inches 3 l-2jnch wide, and 12000 feet of 4 is the largest town in East Florida, and is decidedly -j and to rely in emergencies upon the volunteer North- has abandoned- ,' ** us.*-"whcn"a" j, : 'powerful determined tOjit beredunngtbe8ab1tl.'&

' ,inch, from 40 to 60 feet long, 9 inches the centre.of all the. trade on the St. I force. For the "citizen troops".Gen. TAYLOR separate, organizatluu 'has. been' made,.forthe iher than' ,the cfTorjs oithosa, .who,were,tar "f. IIV

*Sr4 wide,\with square edge John's River. And.yet the P.M.'here is allowed has always manifested the most.supreme sole purpose of exc ding slavery fiom the new, about a dissolution" -:of the" Union,should jw*,
:. : 5 inch and 10000 feet of 6 inch toO ceed.j : ; \ \, .
10000 fcetjof only fifteen minutes to'deliver the territories. when" r-
. :!t-':-V.j .- be from 40 to 60 feet long 12 to 14 inches mAil contempt, and none,are better aware of this :- by Southern. treachery, air: r.'Berrien .}n fst d that, ;the. ,, tti idiaaia.'.

I'. .; ;:.; : wide,shape of tree., which may arriv at any time during.the day, fact than those citizens Florida who served in Oregon bill withthe: Wilmot provlso! *has been,' order, and should be decided!, ., P :.,

:; .4 All this to be of the best fine-grained long whilexthe boat lays from eight to twelve hoursat the Seminole war. That he preserved this dislike irrevocablyfastened upon us.there is yet merit;: .M .. 'enton thought it hot ,proper Bdllftr" p1iiiihti

, _;; it "T'; leaf yellow pine, free from shakes bad knots the wharf Paiatka, a town. otiS or 20 inhabitants and scorn in Mexico, is daily attested, by in moderation, and that Vc.should? ot allude T business: :'of the iBonat e_could'e J jutejmzptc;'
; of I settle a/qnarrel between i two menibera. Jtvtthe i ,
.:.:.; t;: ,. r and, all defects; clear sap. the returned volunteers,-who declare that not- to the'insults. .. we iaye received,. : Seuator from South Carolina,pr.tD'8aidthat :

:") ; %: CLASS No.board 2. We understand that the citizens this place withstanding the glories of Buena Vista, he And how: oes he sustain this. By the misapplication ( he had done:anvlhing 4isIoiorsble, hti
White-oak Plank measure.) htiJf
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.: .. are taking the matter upin the spirit of an extract from of Jefferson's. he would getthV/Mr in his th'mtjesbe
and 4000 feet 2 inch to proper still them them but the one
1 inch in
. ;; .''.$1.. 2000 feet 1-2 despises! ,. deeming get.the. lie in. i,3sIkat-'tiefie! 'inlus,im
': be from 20 to 30 feet long rough edged. and that instructions may soon be expected. letters. Says Republican:- { .
.; ;: : way of his gentlemen soldiery. to'._ ; [cries of OKicrj .rdc4 and'he-would'.liari l
i., i '!':::. 5000 feet 2 1-2 inch,7000 10000 feet feet 3 4 inch inch, 10000 8000 from the Post-master Generalwhich, ,will cause Our neighbor of the"Herald"has lately published "If there>ere, more moderation; this' afirer' meet him,elsewhere,yes elsewhere,'elsevfcejt; '
'p" :' feet 3 1-2 inch the removal of self opinionated captains or will bell in the night." which is suspended ; ,Alrv.TJutler ready.tp meethm.. .J1l erief.
f j : 'j. feet 4 1-2 inch 15000 feet 5 inch, and the defence of the Missouri Volunteers, over us; '
: relieve us from their abuse of a little brief au would! not,so often ring the knell'of the Union anywhere else., .[Order,'order, o !e!J 1'I
". 15000 feet 6 Inch-to be from 40 to 60 the charges of then Col TAYLORin
against ( )
It this Mr what he had.'Wbnsaid
t was moderation that gave it Lirth and Beaten repeated. .
45 feet and to be thority. :
-.;: :: feet long, to average relation to their 'conduct at the battle "
: of has sustained it. Yet.at this day we are toU : the lie in the throat f and nwchepiuVsion
,; ; tI from 12 to 14 inches wide at top end. ;
, t :).;! AU this to be of the best of white oak free THE SOUTH, DEFEATED.In Okee-c1i.o-bee. While leading'them in advance it will "wrap the'Union ,ifl&mesand: blood!" i and excitement' prevailed _with criesof l
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from shakes bad knots, and all defects; and no our last we noticed the,rejection of the their Colonel, the gallant GESTRY, fell mortally says -
Ift
, Jefferson) in the, belief !that.the useless The_ !ipresiding officer dcdMr.Bentt.
.,1".;..'. shortcrooks.- Missouri Compromise by the House, and we wounded. Sending for TAYLOR he said to him. sacrifice 'themselves* tike his seat and he did accordinglj.
t..., CLASS No. 3. by the.'generation of so : 0'i
:4:.So'. ;-a supposed the matter would there rest for the "I am about! to die-grant. me one request,-.do 1776, to acquire self-gpvernmeiitrnnd' i.Mr. Bell obtained. .the floor, ,ind,' "f' C5'3
'. .:.,:.# Lice Oak, (per cubic foot.) least session. We were deceived in the firmness of my menjusticc.! CoL.-.TAYLOR'S reply was 1 to their country, is to: ei t atcay'by the Il1l'ofD some'length the;question of privilege,: ateiJ.!
live-oak feet timber at
'f' i 7000 promiscuous e and wmorthy passions\of\ tfstir and ing that the motion was not in.order, aadia
',' .r-\:.;: 2,500 feet to be from 15 to 20 feet long,to our Representatives. The'Senate has receded .will, sir* ,-they have done their, duty, and more that my only consolation is to be that.sons I live not mating that it was an effort to defeat tlr+i !

'.;j:.:.,,- side 10 to 15 inches, and 'rise from a from the Missouri Compromise;and the Oregon too." Yet in his official'report of the battle hesaysj to weep over it. Jf they nould but dispassionate measure before them., 'Whether:he'diaap.;.. la

]1 t :.. straight line from 10 to 45 degrees, averaging bill with the Wilmot Proviso,is now a law! ; "the Missouri Volunteers mostly broke:" ly neigh' blessings they trill throw onay against with southern. brethren or not, hewn! *

'.:.'.4.'. 'h;f;' 10 feet 20 long degrees, or to ;rise none less to than be less 9 inches.than The Union of the 15th inst publishes a Message Upon this the Legislature Missouri passed an abstract principlet more:likely.be effected posed to do hIs duty fairly and withottt,fa-; tip.

' r.'i.! To be all sided, but not hewn mouldingway transmitted,by the President with his approval resolution to the effect that"Col.Z. TAYLOR in by union than by,scission, they would pause 109" ? p.I
for *
,
: said that
; [WITH ioDsn.&rioi1] .beforethey would"perpe- Mr. Benton under pretext I <
1t ,' way, and measured clear of wane; to be of this Oregon Bill From the elabor- his report of the battle of Okeechobee, in Florida trate ;this act of BDlClde,on.,thcmse1T, and of cret.session a.public! motion had}bern.kuiere

:i":1.'t, ) of the. best quality and free from all defects. ate explanation of his reasons' together with ,did manifest.'injustice'to'the Missouri. ', volunteers treason against. the. ..hopes' "of 1'the,, w rld.'.. J',the Senator,from S..Carolina,diKlW

.'t" r" CLASS No. 4. the excuses of Mr.'RITCHIE' for his' signing a and that said Report was not founded on The extract referred tolis fronV: "JEKTERSO.TS at hiinWilha view toiittractattentionhrdout *:. 1'S
the with n*B
Mast Timber, (per cubic foot) Wilmot Proviso Bill, it is sufficiently evident facts as they occurred; that so much of said Report letter- 'to JOHN HOI.MES ? ,country.lie: quarreled u ;
,, datd;:April\ 22, 1820, 'e.ha. fought-he fought once to hef"" ,i
5 pieces 54 feet long, 17 by 17 inches. that the President conscious as charges that the Missouri volunteers J "
was
of Having and ; the death he evarreletL 'I
relates -r-but
to the fatic to #
dorts\the"aboli- never
.
4 do 66 do do do do do _. ,, j I1
,_ 1 do 51 do do do do do yielded to a majorityand the interestsof fell back, and that,TAYLOR'S staff could'not rally tionbts. The "Republican'-- ';-now- applies- JETFE&SON'S }The :presiding officer declared the mctiaiw i

1 do 45 do do do do do a large section of the Union' them, was proved to be unfounded, not to say remarks the designs the'abolitionists Mr.B tl ro be out of orders' fc, ..It
upon qf whi W
1r:Bu'I
; explained the,reasons ;
*
J do'(2 do do do do do We can perceive in this .intentionally false and that much of said .
Message a multitude ; so defenden'of '
to, the Southern inatit.ur. induced iim to make the motion. HI h ,Wsidered
_. .., :
do .do do do .
. I ,do 33 do '
., of the soundest reasons why the President report as stated that the Missouri' Volunteers tions In' > v 04tj D Ot thtrw?
*4- : 1 do 30 do do do do do ,_, the 'Mme letterniay'be'found the publication a -
: J do 61 do do do ,do dot should have refused, to 'sign this Bill, but the behaved themselves "baterIh zz troops of thatdescription following. 'paragraphs, whictL'theailepublican3neglected of the Senate which he had felt bound.to edj*"
,
-p doi do 15 1-2 do 15 1-2 do .only argument why he should, sign it is weak usually do? was not so much, compliment -. to" extract, > "* their, attention-t.' ,.He.h hadrintendedjno !
. 2 Jo.54 do .dododo do ana insufficient. of thecrderor, decorum of the Senate,t1"'.
He to them ;
knowledgeithat "in all as a SLAHDKR to citizen soldiers
1 do 52' do do do do do "But'this ioiiscju stion; .like afire; ilone responsible forwhathevhad\donek: 4
4.1. 1 .' do. .49 ". do do do d. do governments questions, of such transcendant generally. These resolutions were :drawn by a bell in the night,:awakened-and filled me'with Mr.:-conadered.itheremarks: .ofm

; 1 do37 do do do do do importance occasionally arise as to cast in shade Whig, reported by a comnutUeiwmposed; ,partly terror.'.-'considered' itt owe;as the"k'rl of ,Senator l'(from South Carolina, satiafactioQKf,

J r4 .31 do, do do ,do.. do, all those of a party ch3ra. ter.- He affirms, 'that. Whigs and passed in part by Whig votes. the.Umon,_;It',is:hushed,'indeed, 'for,'the'moment the:attack- which.had b .:n upoD). Ifr
.. do .M do-i21-2d_ ,,121.2do. such -but'this 'q/repHnef::Olw41"Jinal sextt th c n ,oran;_ :his tito-.se onds,' ., Plltt.:
,
an one now this How'bitter
_ _ I do 51 do dododo: do agitates" country, that';it must have been TAYLOR'S acorn of ;:.:4_.':,i G >i_ '.'coINciDnwIm: the two,Senators wholiad seconded,. -
,
.
is the question that citi soldiers 'i- .t 'q ." f f t '-I H 4?,. .I-----.V.- .
slavery with % -
,- the slaveholding when the GnTIlr."mor- ; He .t
1 do 45 .do dododo doT gallant A MAKKKD PRINCIPLE, :MORAl.:',AND .POUTICAL. required M&jcaiff.. ., >
-. 1 do48 do dododo do States thi does not embrace I tally wounded and in ONCE ;M1ason.feltbqund appeal: frqmje'lug
merely the advance:ofthearniyfeltit | CONCEIVED AMD .HEU. .> Vl,.TO .THE rcG&Y
do : 3j do dodo do do / .c < cision of the Chair and the question oa saifwa '
1 ,
L rights of property however valuable'but it to entreat TAYLOR PASSIONS OF MENwi1il1EYEa, BE OBLITERATED,
do 33' dodo do do do ascends necessary to 'dOhi. men that : ,decided m., o.tin3G.tQ'Uo ai j
' : ( 1 AND EVERY 2EW1Ri1TAT1OZ. :WILL"JU.E'n-JEE1"-. dwsion was ;
1r for higher, and involves the domestic justice!" .
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ZaAND'DEiPZL. !, ':. '.' I
,;;!''r-r- 26 pieces.This peace and security ofcveryamily." And yet, THE". "I;can say, with'conscious truth,that- there iinotmaonth'wh The consideration' of.theresumed. ?..1 U,", t
:.; timber to be nicely hewn, and to hold in the teeth of this the Message argues: REUBLICAN- ,AND; ITS:NEW;DOC. would sacrifice4 more .I) i .- .. >." .

: 'f' their sixes nett They must straight } and of "And it is because the provisions of this bill .TRINE. than I would t Co: relieve us from this;; heavy re4proachin'anyj7ratficflWway. I -. "_:_ :-: 7 ;. J- ,
p&rallelwidthz frbm, end to'end "may have are not inconsistent With the 'Wilmot Proviso of the The cession .. -.
'.f if ; :with the terms of the Mis Oregon Bill :of : ;CASS:.AND THE, ,.PRQYIBOw .' )
.t; ,J II,:' inches sap on the two opposite angles, all the souri: compromise if;extended1:'from the Rio staring us in'the face,and witnessing'the'defeat" that kind of property'(for so it is misnamed) is' : ,---- t tu &$"- '
: rest heart must be of first of leaf- ; 3Ji&WIug, pape arigl rif"in'. e.
- .1 ; quality long Gran4e to the Pacific ocean/that bye not felt and humiliation bagatelle which ;;ou&iiot'cost. m.-a's CoDd: '
.- .\,: yellow pine, in every way'suitable for mast at liberty to withhold my ,Bari cti n' Had U s eSouttbn:: every hind, thoughtj-if mlhativay" ;expatriation*ceisld U tf-' certain journals from.the support.o(CA$%}

. f; .;t; timber and subject to the inspection 'of the na.Yyyari& embraced territories.south of that_ compromise we are, called"upon"to notice,;a norelFdoctrineadvanced feetedf and gradually,and 'with'due.sacrifices-. Vitihiux, : Dotis'eibittbe. "*:'* ,

,\r ;. ; .1 12 inch will be allowed. the .question presented for: my'':consideration .,by,our neighbor, the Republican I think it-might ba' 'But ras',it M 'we have'thewolf .I position whlciTCASS. occupies. '" agtinst" ..thrTiso. t
1tSSj%., CLASS No. 5. : would have been of 'a'far..'different character' for'_ merefHanporary' ;piirposesa' doctrine\ by,the'earar and/wei'r can'neither, hoH. h&cT r-- it"* *; -.h .
Union : t
Red Cedar cubic foot) I and action ". .< nor let him Justice is in T.he, ays ::
i-iiP 1' (per, my upon:it'must have corresponded which safely go."- one scale -
iess
wult
i" 50 sticks best quality red cedar timber, from 15 withzny convictions.- > "would :m noUiing. than:a_dec and ,self-prescrvationin 'othehv::-Of one, Every effort U:nbw",)>eingt Bade,; C

i&faliH t : to 18 feet long to_be from &11 inches. in. Ought' ;now':to'disturb the Missouri and I UUoaTof the!EQUALITY:of the White and thing tx&ittTtdrijibrtasthipassageof. General Cass>f therote bt his own )

diameter the small end. Texas' compromisesjOnght' we at ,this late the-Negrb 'races! ,Thes Beemj,1 to be.;:#ghs..of from one State t. another would not SId a slate to give i t,not)tf Ge Taylfo>y !!:ci t

$ Also 1-2 ton lignumvitsj, from 6,to 12 inches in'. day,in:attempting to?annul hat'hal, been BO the times.' > ":'' ": .' oj a single'human being who'icould not besonith-. Buren.Boil. (SJgn& f. 1S Ul p > ,' 0"I I
diameter, (pet Ib.)) -" long established:and acquiesced in, .to'excite i-vftfc'.W \ -. O- -r..t :,.-- -. out it, :so:their diffusion over a:: greater -zurface'iol N ,Y kJl buofnrsd .
.-,rk| ; -LA88N.6. sectional divisions' jealousies; to alienate Two weeks since, we. denounced,thc.position : matt themtadividtuilly happier;cdpTopiriancpatioa feetegiTatinformtiOn0ftheMlobIgsn .oT t., .l

toswwi Live Oak 1 per( cubic foot), the people of-differeht. portions: of the Union of,\,the Republican ,in; endeavoring make'a i tiDlIati1"acililat, t t .fofi'lw! :: 0't t lid b44bq ; ;

50 6-inch knees, 506.W inch do-' do1 410:5, --do '5't. feet of. the. ,UDion l Itself* -. au1' :notInprotectIngtbe n{ i f manber coadjutors .An':abstinence,'to5, from* :Builer J ma raise ("t1d.'' .

H SMfi 757-lnch' do do,4 1-2 to 3,do: 5'to 7 feet We cannot understand thireaaoring I!.,this act of:power, would:;remove the jealousy ,-. .' ., ,-t..-: "--,....nt.11.: ---.'.'' 'l. I
:do do 5t53-2, 5 which, the President connects this.subject with M&rti qi'bere his \ the condition the different V.ft. ., ... ,
m? to 7 feet ey Utl t uwith of .description ureD., .', ., ,;,.. 3Ik" '' r." "
20 10-Inch ao' 'do' -5 o u 5'1-9' .'5 to.7 feet the Missouri comromIO. want &mpro lli Qtd gg.r t 'J .rJJt .i{) ; J.: ff i omen composing a'I State;-iThia; cefuinlyiatheexcln3iTe j Ib.AU"' J\t.G.1. .-h.. .0..., *.
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W&K&pffil: 10 12-inch do do 5 to :'1.2.,5to7keOtjiftbiikijeimiy ; mIie&9 ':COn C t1 w, tGTv..f"fi. : .4 -- : '_, -*' *.ii -, .4J'"Kf-ftli!&"- right'of'e ery State;which;'nothV ?t -a"JJ1I'C qt.t J" ... ., '
f tiry from two1J4 without .: 'iuch. ;',- .;};......,.':. < .. ,. i .Yl.w e .Qj&aounjsed: Jus, doctrine, 9oder&t 0If. iJakht&hi GODItbidiea.L'froia"em and v aMC f.';J8"' B. tri. .fI
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_any ate.ilW..o1l1tao: 1IpOD..iJt! where we wiotiow I the : t BatitiflbeTed ,. ",: 1
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It Cass stands the 1 : : > 1
Gen. '
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that firmly J ieTi : ,
Igitesby 1f 'f ..h _
totters : .Wle ,', '- s- P ti. porrerr lc1 aid.'r I'I ":'," ;'t tasvilleoti Tttetday, Ot. "h-_"..-.." -i ihi .., \
" F cb he has takes Being '.app kedto .o f tien.aJ.lor..hT.thei: a'6oald's : th"sitlltDay ; ,j
, nun or .oot the WUaot uiP peo b-.Iii'\tht;'If" ad"ihib. : ;! Ucta b, st,t.tQU #eoieat. : r" k. s. 7 t.' i
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for the.. "
r a him < '
unhesitatingly that he adhered to Presidency,in preference; t >Gen, razed_ by;,sofficers Delected .by?th. ..votes" of.the : 5' i. N' w **! i -: if'., gib:'; S < ierr

1f f. de u letter and to the Baltimore plat' z Cass,are',that, ,horse, theraiDmad'. slave p plt..-'When' we loofcin' ;,the. .bictloaary'forthe Seatioa t'C '"12&gf; .19meR. d,.,.>. :>1"" 'iII'M, ,. _. I
holds i'
, u that it elected President,',,ie ,tcovJdPrtvis : : These two. .tacts,they thinkure aeuffi- definition of the"word' ne".b1tot1fketto, .,. ... ews; '< ok""-'- i .: V' ,If'Ir'"t .r 4V
DemoCTat
" fJiJ Jfahut *. Dare Gen.. TaIlor cient tl,that.iie is.air-t : -i 'OD ,:'we find UId shtpl2 ot '1'$-;.. ., ".' >.,".On'"'f ...rl' .: f., ttlr: .(4- ., t.J' t.#*rUNITBB t',r j q.; 11 1 1
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declaration all : J i supporterof.tn TWttment all whose The, W."h&1 ; cl, Souih-Kaat 4narter of ..>T..1t'.r".TIIB "

., "ffch the subJects now agUa" g.Ute octet< J:to.'. power is lodged in the feople. .When we look in'. St" 1on2 STowiishi 13, 0l'1,19Ba :STATBS*'' 1",. ,' fJ'oj, J

JkULLABD. FILLMORE. i it !rolling the question of slavery.: In.times Put a any;Dictionary,for'th :definition of.tie-: word .n"E-b1tom girthgnartet l i .ln i par "" (. IaWt.'JfJAIIES+ K- !

following paragraph is.""a ** .Waterw 1 and in ordinary J! I'admlfflieta'would be a Whi&'we see. two dfinitions to&erwwd one U' rotSo thqU ot Seati t.28,Town= PC r sia.fort1; :lTni tl St_t rZ
j d". ,;.' apartisan'in 1hI _-or.Buge.19.-B.J: ., .r f. l' ; :f >
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presumption in .or l t. ;hi imti cf areb.
strong
.Y. Journal published we.belieTe. In 4' : tbeir position; .politics, tl. e'othel.,<'definition. ,is 2tphtytvrthmmlk. ., 4 The.:NorthyEset.ytisrteruid; Baahalc:4t: : i-t.--- --.jr" .L< rcfev* eaaite I

1 If liltrict formerly represented by ,MILLAIQ but opinions of late years have undergone h : :"Hard dd.>vat onco.resort 8oath'East UtertSecU:! 33'? owt hlp known, ihflt; pawic aatea wnlIi: .hell/

die u' As the editor must speak by.the violent and rapid changes and there__have been ed to.byjpoliticians to deceive. poor and the: '8of Range-19 E."' \ v -: a t andermentioaed' ; std. Las;Ofleta'ta' :
h y : The West;,half and North-East the' "
such'astounding dereiopcments quarter of8ection36Town3liipl3SjOfRangiil9E. STATE OF FLORIDA (tlif' 'a
can attach the highest importance to i _. within the last crackers:_ f T ';'- period* 11i
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a It will be that he I year, that this presumption is now'almost ; : hereinafter designated, to wit 5 V i 1
1ffth 0Dl. perceived entirely ,TMniinilkorwhey. they think,will now anL :The ,North half of Fractional;Sectlon.j, rAt:the:land : %,*u
8 bffieing
I-Vf ssif FiUJro**** Abolitionism had no i ire destroyed, and;we are taught the melancholy .' ewer:the same purpose.- We differ with;Whigs Township' 12 B'*f,'Range 21.E* _;. >4j r" :on Monday the cof ninth The Fractional aexV toi
,
truth that to bur : : :. orthl' :and the&frth *
because
been doubted. He evidently knew noth preserve rights we must we think we'all should stand ",on,the West quarter: the SouthlWest the.dispasaloitQapabUoladasedWi: ..t, '.

ttrfFlorid Whig journals! Watch the politicians of the sOuth as well as "same i. footing- *,..'and. '.-'that- **. 'all-*Banks. .< ,. :'-and. .-corpora-' ; : : lion 2cs.t_ otraship.128, of.Range quarter 21.EvJ of./Seo-_ .: townships.* :nndennenUoned* ; _-..L-. _Uwnshlps-.and'part*,t-,of-r<* _1

lit r& Presidency.-The Senate is equally the North.?. But my present purpose is to confine turnsare; beneficial> only tothe rich and whe? ft 8 and 1*,'of"Section 9, Jownship' ,15_ S, South. of the yixi base line and -.t.ot' fia -
_, risei l.t
b representatives free and myself to a'diacossioti'of ihs'propriety of they fail, the loss falls on the laboring poor,'who go 24 E.:. ; VS'V. d'f 1'. .' > $ !
'waded etxeenUpon the question of free terri- I The West half of the menf i ? .
this in the Sonth.West'gaartero: t
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presumption case of Gen. 'Taylol"nlone. cannot borrow because are trot ; ,The,fraction of
-rate Senators vote in accordance with money _they :.The; Section 10,Township,13 S, of Range 24 E.. .,* : township eeveay aksated eadt rt '
.And.here permit,me., to disclaim ;'any, IYlii'of.Flor. _idea contend that Banks are of, theBuwaaaeeriverj ( Ssf
: ied views of their localities there will ; : .right, oti.l soda 2z.otsectio> 27,Township 13.S, except woaej odes":: .f
tie t vote in the Senate If the Locofoco prejudice against that gallant soldier,:forI none and that the people,ought to. be'bound for'their. fen yea:'aDd wely ,) :and the fraction'.of towwiip* I

4ieWe Ma succeeds, he, as dnirman of thattrill of those Democrats who:.were formerly predisposed benefit, ,The big Whigs of Congress go further I The South\East tiarterof Section 32.-' .Township ,east of saidriver, ; (except,&tftMt aix;Mv ien t
rand ,13 S ; eighteen;, nineteen,twenty and
the ; < wnt-oafiJ &
freedom i
decide question against c"? f.RanpUE.l .
; in his favor and havediscovered his contend which 1 of ..
acrid thatinoney '
is collected fourteen., '
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from .
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Fillmore succeeds ke will throw the ef- Lots 8, 13,and 14, Section 38Townshi13TIte ; S, ? .- "' ; M c
d J4r j weight of his name and influence in fa- errors with'no other sentiments' than .,those of the people to support,Government. .should of Range 24 E., g '?-. > '- : Fractiona\toWDS1. thirty ixi olL :.;v !

H tor of_rreedoDl.4t this jrtctvrc, the importance sincere regref. .be,put in a National Bank,and lent out'to speculators West half of Section'34,.:;T' s pi S,' .cnteen.. ,"ow$' -pa c twenty-three' and'. _.' .. .f .. .'

d tii, ,uPrtisdcxcq it egad ?, tJr greater t1uz ,I think prcsbtxption based upon :the two and to;pay' the 'people in bills of the of Range 24 E. fractional ntr-l;tied4' :
thirtv-one-.thirty-eix tlilr-
dsct Let the ,TERMS ,
lid tftie nthc Presidency fctlthat if Taylor and people Fillmore read facts above stated is'utterlydestroied by a Bank. The Democrats contend that,Congress, These lands will be put ,: at the''minimum .ty.-htee even, thlrtl ght:and U*nhie.Olrarsse!:: 1 1
; '1 up
be defeated, Cass and Butler must sueeU chain of other circumstances equally' true and should pay the people in gold 'and silver,and price of$1 25,per acre:< Purchasers will be. townships lb'i"twenty-three and ?-' r t; ill 1Jg

aQ | indisputable.In: not lend it to speculators. gaited to pay one half cask,and. the other half In fractional township thirty-one,' twenty-fear:>* .
a ._ township thlr- '
the first place what Southern man;(eitherin The Democrats think it is wrong to:put one twelve months.JOHN > f. ,' tys iz, thirty-sc.eathlrty-e t and fractional* ,I

EFFECT OF THE ELECTIONS.fte public or private lire) ,ever before hesitated: high duty, or Tariff'on, .foreign; SJorhe ,BEARD, Executor, township thtrtJ-niaeS otranga: eii "t -:?. J *- .
N.Y. Tribune, (Whig) thus comments on L.erH..DRY5DALE Executrix, 'I ,Townships twedty-three,( the *
to express his opinions openly upon these questions higher the tariff put on them, the,less,they can of the Wnrof John Drysdale. : tier, .except weft,
and ot.&ttiDtU) thirty-one : :
lie Ute.elections, forshadows conclusively I involving vital interests of his country afford to give us for our cotton, and thus it answers August 26th, 1848., _. six thirty-seven-; '.shirtJei gM thirty4wo thirty-';- .

wdefeJof\fhiggery. "Availability" is used 1 1 could as soon imagine an American citizen a double purpose in the" hands of the N: R-The Florida Herald and'Ocala Argos of range.twenty*' .' andthirty-&inar< oI'P.-rv, .Ii
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hesitating to acknowledge his country, or Norhern'Whigs and Abolitionists, for a high f and will send please their publish the abo/e till the.day. of sale,, .Township thirty;' rl '-ont_and" thirty4wdj t"i
'Sml CaroJun.-The result in this State is Tariff benefits accounts to of range twenty-one -
ft the manufacturers and lessens > ii J. ':,
: 11!
true Christian his
a Savior! Yet he has not J JOHN BEARD 'Tallahassee
tow battle which is a Taylor defeat Not the'pri e of cotton and the value,of ur aegroes Townships :thirty, 'th'irli.; tlllrty--two,'t: h
jilt tie State will Tote for Cass in November, only:hesitated, but refused to give his opinions which they are anxious to fre .' thirty-three }nd-thirty-fast1"of rangetweatyi>i

for we presume it will not j but it will do nothhf after the most solemn promises te do so. I do, FOB SALE., ; d ; twoAt ; i--r'- I.r
towards inducing other States vote ] DESIRABLE TRACT OF;LAND the land office at StJ 't
for
not condemn the ugustinejCommendrig'bn
course pursued by him in declining From theN. Y. Herald THAT 1
Tirtor. Whether it has elected Manly or Reid, : ,Aug..12. the East side of the River St. Johns, Monday',the,sixteenth, day.(October' V
to take sides in politics whilst at ath e ATTEMPTED VAN BUREN about six miles belowthe of Jacksonville next for the j
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tith alibis or Locofoco majority in the Legis- RATIFICATION city ,! disposal of thepnblta lands within -, *;
ljttirttlie result is a severe rebuke to the blind head of the army in Mexico; the reasons givenby :MEETING.. '- containing twenty-two_ _((22)) acres, more or less, the undermentioned ,townships and parts tJ i
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rides and false prtphets who urged the nomi- him were such'as to command our respect, The friends end adherents of'Martin- Van PlMunkUB follows L On. the ,North byjiartof tpwnahips Tix' ; .? .: ;'- *.. j

ration of Taylor as calculated to sweep the entire and.I believe he acted as a wise and prudentof Buren and the non-extension of slavery Cali ranc' estel"'s nwt: on the'Est uy South of the" base line, and east otth.jiil': tJ
SontL It will eriteutly do no such thing. forma and New Mexico Public Lands; on 'the S nth'bri lands of Will < -en"7'. ;
made'an i' '
J ..
ot'
General for he to
-there ,
attempt "
the '
; was fighting battles j ram BartoJind'on' : < '-' "'J.
West St. John'sRiverJ
Xortk Carolina is a steady Whig.State, good in ratify the nomination of that gentleman as the 'by'the Townships eighteen '"nineteen; tWd'ftwettt' I tt

iny emergency for 3.000: to 8,000 ; and now it our common country, And'not of&party, or free-soil candidate for the Presidency, and, of On the place there' ia,a good Dwelling,'. .andIfifactipnal.townshiptwentyone.otrafig, it. ,

has 'en little or nothlUperhups less than section. Mr. Adams the candidate for the Vice Presi with"pWiaS front and rear, and all- the necessary -.. ,t w i-%y- -* -- .
; ; *> :: J5 4
>blhln:. 'Sr, this is not the entertainment to Bat at that time he promised, at the end of dency, last evening,in the Park. It was irate and out buildings in good! order/ Its beautiful > Fractional,. township- nneken.and_ :-.tow- afp"S?<::t: '; .J'
Tprh.e; were inT ted.' ded to bean healthy situation and=contiguity to the twenty,'of _nine. '
the if he should becomes candidate V impromptu, spontaneous combustion range ; :--a1 ,
war to
un
C city.andbeiin3kentinly'ptotectedtfromth; e
which it Township.twentyfoart..and fractional
meeting
by was expected they tbwa-t 1
,.-Like the handle of a jug, as usual bosom himself without reserve upon all the would rally in the Park an audience of twenty North East ifinds,rendersit, :jmostrdesirable" ship tirentyfireafrangethirtJ/ : : '.? ;-;;$ I
esidence
Tijloriring wins us nothing there PerhapscneWMguiay great questions of the day,acknowledging fully or thirty thousand'people; but the number who r :'forpersonsantenaing' .to'spend, .th-e Townships twenty-two ,and t..euty.fouriM,'
winter months in
hare slipped. into Congress, but assembled fell far short of that this climate. fractional township two IitJ- 't
the right ,of.the people to know the sentimentshas Amount and ayetexeepl&itinrt.eleJtl !"
terms : "
For :
ve don't sec where. did not exceed three hundred and pl leaveaPP'-1J'' at the'{place, to_ the ; D ;twentyf&tfr l and :.
of their candidates. The war is closed; and he .j all told, including men women boys'fifty-nine children owner thereof A. M.",KiNGSLEr; or to ; '"-'I .of" range thirty-one..: twtmtJAI,;: A 11

I' .-There has been a desperate struggle been a candidate several months,"'and' yet : and darkies. The--meeting:.was called' for 8o'clock K." B.;GIBBQ.-.Att'- .," Townships.twenty-opej, twmtywt'rtti r b tt

for tie Legislature of this State: and. we pre the promised disclosures do not'appear. and 1 and bonfires of tar-barrels' and I other at Fort George Island' three and twenty.fonr, and fractional stow i; .i1 i
J
iatf.tbe Whigs have lost it. The TelegraphsijsLee whoa questioned thereto he' declines' saying.1' further attractions, ,were held but to the friends of Van' Jacksonville Aug.26,1848. 4t twcnty-fiVe' of range.thirty-two-r :* ,* .' '
and Moines counties are Locofoco,and V I Burin to assemble but it Township nineteen Sections iwothrea -
seemed ,
for .
; a" one
"no :l
go; .NOTICE/ ,
on the -subject. Can it be said that the :
"ctionstcnto j
i&trat these we do not see how there can be a larger assemblage than 'what1 i;enumerated fiftee'fl exclusiYe Sections twenty-

lYig Legislature Lee we carried two years South should not require any pledges from him, could not be coaxed together., Of this number,' APPLICATION' wiU"'he.mad of:Florida to ror1aniact Jh% next t ,one to twentyrsevefl: inclifeive udLScaions thir

cite by a coalition with a split-off from the oth- and that his,silence is dictated by a desire one half,at least-were Cass and Butler, men" of authorize '-- ty-one, thirty-four-thirtyifite and thirty-dxia
Bade nick-named 'Possums'and, it was urged who,as soon as they saw there was to be incorporation acoaipanytti construct fractional township,twenty;.township twenty*" 14
: a meet .
to injure himself at the North? I answer, no a..>Rail Road from Cedar Key, or;some i
hat the nomination of would be one,.townehip
Taylor it tweetJEwa
accept- ing, thought advisable to organize:mtheirown .(except Sections, u
iile to the 'Possums' and secure us _the Legisbtare Southern man should desire popularity at the I hook in immediate proximity to,the others eligible River'or pOinton 8 ihe Gulf coast P'oant; to the SL Mary's tirehe thirteed.f!entyfoarsadfir":$t: d: n

) aiid the U. S. Senators. The calculation North, if to acquire it he must by his.silenceacquiesce ,and talk dwn and cheer down,if possible' tie tout'or the St me'e1igible.John's River.' on, than.. '. and townaIjips7wenty-fivB. : and_&.eai7-e1 .orange ., !

Us filled. in the insults, and) ..denunciationswhich : VanBuremnen.: The: struggle was" warm August thirty-three.-' ar.,'"* i' :*i "
261848., 3mAdmlalstrator's tii three fo Lie.Settie .
and institu- : and animated; and each party seemed determined '. ur >cs niaelto' :- -
-We submit that the Taylorizsition of the are daily launched at us our to out-cheer the other, and thereby attract i''teen inciraY, 8id k, twenty-two'totweitty ? $1 i

Fhig party has cot, so fur,paid expenses.From tions. Such a coldblOOdedcalCulating, Machiavellian the larger audience. This'game 'was kept up :WEEKS'after'date. I shall apply e.,to the j. seven five and inclusive, and sertiaristhi>1.1rOl ray*t 1
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policy may,suit'some latitudes, but it for some time.' During the delivery of a speech SIX i Judge of Probates for Columbia County, !hirt1- tz.iritvwuabip.tnaaty twond; ;d

[ the Kaleigh. X. C% Stand n'lt is'revoltingto the open, manly, chivalrous sentiments or two, it was impossible to tell certainty for Letters Administration" on the Estate of .sir township ioclu J ive.J went74hree/e of ept:* '.OBO' .to";J t

-Old Whifef on the turf.-Our readers will of the people of the South ; and is-particularly which party had the best'of'it;; the volume o f Milton W. Manson S ;'late of said county,dece .' 'FJoctito"range thirty !;; tie; ,.. ii
the cheers being so V :twenty twoy spit + _
fcrceive from the subjoined correspondence equalSoon, however'the JOHN:DAVIDSON: ?
eastern' tiers ::
in who is of Sections in
unbecoming one represented Cassites became impatient and all township tweatrw.
of them ere
that. Jlr. Fillmore has opposition from bisn>wn ; z? Alligator, Aug.26,1848.wl VI J&i > f/
aide in the vice presidential race, Old Whitey as a Crank o i n-hearted soldier. ed the opportunity'oPeomethiag good .being' .' -- fiver:u MA t toai-indDJiTe&mHa.i
bi said about the venerable inhabitant of Kinder' .AdnI lis t ator's Notice* nine'to fifteen yinclasiTad, ::sezttou, ,
been led out sure enough:- In my next I will endeavor,to show that his r ; "
hook WEEKS after data I shall ,to the i two:.to ;twenty-seven,, in t- t
PHILADELPHIA June 10 1848. i to give a prodigiously i 'loud 'cheer, they .SIX apply indosivej, tOWi, t
Old Wliitcy-I have been selected, by, a past associations have not been such as. to instill '. did that same and that cheer decided the battle i: dge'of,Probates for,Columbia County,' twenty-six' of range thirty-five.' .. ." -, .L S ,sf

of the Whigs of Ohio to make known portion to into him those sentiments that' are most and gave thew the victor/ The last echo had I for Letters of:Administration on the estate o-t Fractional.townships nineteen. Dd"t9'.t.. ,: *t

you your nomination for the office of Vice P.rcs- acceptable to us. OXSLQW. not subsided, when the listeners to the VanBu- Richard Pryne late-of said county,deceased. of range thirlyiz., i ''' ':
At ,4
the land
atilt of the United Suites. ren orators went away,'in batches'of six'and a I JOHN DAVIDSON.Alligator. '._ ( office a t TaUaSassee;im fflg::*

hope:you will find it convenient to indicate dozen, to the camp of the enemy. :=This little Aug.26,184S. .I ',6wIS .on:Monday' the :twea .day;"October1--'' .
[COMMUNICATED.] next for the I"
circumstance decided the I ; disposal of the public lands'aitaa-- '
fate of the rival .
t m
IOU T WJJ at large and to distinctly part 1 =
answer A wro!) FRO l A CEACKER. ies :and NOTICE ted within the: nnderinentioned i and}'*
nether / the,,Cassitcs.taking advantage of it' Y towsa&iff -
you accept this nomination or notYears I e tJ
& NO. L. concluded shift their quarters/.and adjourned HEREBY GIVEN to all p ni.in@ parts of townships, to'::wit: s 5. ,.'& -'e a
c.ALLEN WILSON
,. COI.UF.R. ;, That the Subscriber' of Samuel> .. Sbathofthe base line and esgtbfthetwa
to the steps'':Tammany Ha11,:where, their widow prindpalmeridiaiu I s
BATON ROCGE, July 4, 1548. > Mr.Editor:-Being one of.that part of our ora.torsie14 forth' util''past,nine.o'clock. .Elliot,'deceased, has:;filed in the Probate Court: 'I : .',::J '
Sir-Your letter of 10th June is just receiv- society who are commonly denominated. and of Columbia County,her petition for dbweff and .The eastern,tiers of Sections la township"., '
4 As to intimating views, I shall do no that she will for the two, the east half of .
oeh my" known by the name of Crackers, and.are never Attempted Slave Insurrection. :tit Porto Bie ._ apply assignment thereof t- jtcrwxtship .three and tows. I
thing. I have not slept in a house in The bark'Coid eli a arrived.on_ Saturday from in one month afterthiadate- ? 7 shipfontezceplalieeaskra'tier.ai'Sef uf j

:o Tears" nor read a newspaper. lam for the consulted on political 'or other pu lic'attcrs Ponce, P. R, bringingjdates to the 24th of July. MARTHA W.,!TrcHETT: .of range three,1 "> fji '

ouutution, though my interests are.specially only at or near election times, and as an important On the night V the, 18th of July he:' inhabit Alligator, Aug. I9t; 1848.:','. ..1mI Township two, (except Sections one to" 'twdvtf. I it

Beatified "ith the corn growing section. I election is now approaching, when. we ants of Ponce were thrown into a considerable I indunve, and' &fw :;,seventeen,: :efghteett-
dull standup to the rack for the people at 1 state*of the' Estate of Archibald ,Dogan_,deceased.IV .- ; nineteen r. thirty and thirty-one Sections .
alarm > -
i again expect to be courted and ,kissed, and re- by discovery of a plot existing OTICEK,HEREBY.GIVEN to all !and HZ :
ugtfeddcr or-no fodder. I accept the nomination r among the for a gratiainsnrrectio: ; ;', personsl .seven, iii township.three,: and frattloiaJ
of my whig friends of Ohio,but I will not ccive not only visits but visitations, to be invited It was discovered negroes information obtained : ,l interested,' that the Subscriber.-*idow. .of township ffve, (except Sections three} fOVj "r- B i

>be bridled by it as a whig nomination. My, to barbecues and stuffed not only with beef from one or two'negroes of'an-estate,"the proi .Archibald, Hogans'deceased,has file her. petition 'and SIX) often ge four.: -J r:,d A i
position on this point is (;immutable.77 I cannot in the Court of Probate for.Columbia county Townships;three and.four .sad
but all sort of political stuff which designing office : praetor ot.which, on OscerUining t.e'.tru h tIt fraCtk17'rt
consent to be the Vice President "of any immediately notice to the.- for a child's part:bf said'estate,.which);she ow ibpft'Te tr.mg fivei. : .1 -i

pjrtj,'" nor be saddled by any "pledgesbald /:' I hunters and their understrappers can cum thorities. Three gave'ofthe ringleaders proper,au elects to take in lien',of dower,and that she will ,Township,;of range six.. ,.'I'H' .
(
prefer Mr. Fillmore for the office to any down our throats I ask as one of the crackersto were were arrested ";forahearing of the same;'lit one:>moo tk. ,Township nine'-raage'ttrelTe:. _.,.
/two condemned be shot and on fro <
win the Union, but I will not back for him or ,make a few remarks through ,paper on to the chain : for ten The, this date 'ZYLPIIK HOG AN9.- : 'fiectioaioneeler; "tired Y"thirt i i&""; r, I.
ter J one else. I will wear the faery of nqparty, ;gang years. indudl plan I Maniac, Columbia co,Aug.19,1848. 2t ,: .;Sections twenty4hree to twenty-eeveaindadve &JH
the and the they said an
1 bat I past present doings of two parties, was extensive one, and arid n'
the Ohio Saxiansthirty--fast Ihirty-fif
f dL."I approve course" but of our whig while I beg leave to say, in advance, that i.a tn all the negroes.upon the South ode of the Island NOTitE. :t seven arid ; !aiitf. %$%.;n 11 1
not .
,
am a whig, a thoroughIn : :; r townships"eight..and nine of .
,from Guayama to Mayaguer. The'rise OT YOtTR."CLOCK" NOTES'tdf, 4&
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kdvhig. a word, I am not to be rode over no scholar I am only a country cracker.We PAY" : 1 .thirteen. : .
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was to simultaneous. The time fixed apo'm n', : ,; GRE tYY-LE'a ;Jackson'tille, :Thetr ti :. .. >iftf .
rtlzhAld democrats natives nor-iown
by "whigs, or crackers acknowledge we cannot fro the last ? I hi P., e 1r" "
was day of,the month They were to or SUItsrill. .be,instituted. immediately.-' of the t !
O..W Snwanriee
Ilea mrn. having to work for our living, have time nor burn all the towns. kill all the whites, and. VS HORACE HOLCOMB. : 'Lands rireiy;cf !otaa4.' a' ; ,
Wilson
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Collier. appropriated. ,
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by for
means to keep ourselves informed of the great make second, d St. Domingo.of. the' Island.. ,Aug;19' ',!1848., j4i .: ._ < SchoolS midita7or other, ..jwrjpose,1," will theuse.of d.:

h Etcit S 1te.--A brave,officer gaTe us a political movements; the nation, and niantimes .Noi" 10..l. NOTICE., 'r ,claded'from fhe_ Bake.,; $... .r .
**dayi from derived WEEKS after date I shall, apply the ;The offering, of the aWii..atDtioaed\.i .
ago,' a graphic aceountbf the meeting information from designing FACTS'TO BB BBtR$3iBItBBH.. SIX will be'
*4e division of General Lane'tt the Marion of i : Honorable the Judge Probates of: "Coy commenced-on; tnejd* -, pp.i k '
politiciatu form wrong political opinionsbut -- That Coasiim-tiop'is almost s ( ', proceed,in:.the order
**nr"ti Encero near;Santa Anna I a produce' l County, for LettersofiAdminislratio n m ihithey are m. ?
PB 1 ion, in camp Mexico, in favor, of Cass and Bu we are not so :hide-bound politics, whenwe by a cold that :might easily be':cared; :.That on the estate of Joseph: S. GilLdeceased,'late of tised, :with' all :convraeittidispatch t ifflf .,

k-vnr informant was present and 'part iciU6" find we h.; taken. a wrong impression, not tiYistar'sBalsamof,1PIdyCherry. will,cure any" said county. :DANIEL;H.CHAVER5., ; "!. wholeh' l>aTeDeeai, ;\bgered' ;;this:l
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thus
.. A large number in attendance and.puestenthuslasm'preTanedi to retract and set,ourselves right. It appears T ** Alligator.tJL3gust>12f 184a6w, closed.. Bat Jjo"nle". all be kept J 11
was ', cough
and< ,able *_ Three' rery to us there is nothing too absurd for some of ourppliticlans That the milder, form of Consumption it.seltis_ EtllateJoC Crispin' ,Morgan, ,dec,"' any_'of;thelanvh'wm:be;:aaraitttti uatil 1ftjilU;'i
before
UTe home-addressed officers-all thejassemblagc Whigs" i who, 'are ''armed with J impudence, to also cured byithis Balsam..;' Thai it:is conceded i ,Aj LL.Persons interested,'are hereby notified, 'the eXp ation'ottkr,two.weeiaX .f Jn

fitted their 'resolution endeLvor'to' palm off on the credulity of the amen- cltri ',and X1L: .TluitSisWeekfromthe' date hereof. ;I :Given undermy,hand at the City 'of Wi": .
unchangeable never.et by 1.'de physicians shall 'tvthe Hon. E inction 'this "
w ", : apply ] ;Js Joneaj Judgeof thirdday *"
with the Federalists b'erea' ner.-Pact: peopla ? j' r' : *$ thxt this Balsam has Columbia of"7uly;anno j r; &
\ ; ,never. ,been equalled for Probate for County for Lettersot, thousand'r eight l.UtI forty,. k-- 'C .
3Fe'now.hear the Whig! politicians sayt i that efficacy in all affections of the Longs and Liver." Administration on the Estate;ot.CrisDm; :bra' Dy"the President, ( -:' ZJ '

6e Thece1 8 n Commercial Ia;:reference,tot i;tboare_ democrats j crackera That 'scores. now. 'rejoicein! ..the possession of gait:iate'of: said cbuntyVdeceasecLV., _",*?.;. ? *. 0' 'T.I- iit1C"'Ptl.
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Abolitioct ; -d .
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Contention aTBuffilo remarks: V DANIEL .A..MORGAN.Alligator 'lJI i.Titi.JV'O .T Tr .t f J-.t''
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the Federalists .
The ;like ,a'second epistle health who..but fdr this \ t "
cUiieas of the Slave '_States will per- : > ? :; good, Balsam,/Kf ould' Angusifr 184&"J, _' '.6.-__ _, _' Cestririssiatacr'. ..:, #iarLii4-rPl.-
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ate th>a a party is mikilig ,head,;,whose*?a when brace themselves,up after the fall.of-the have_been in their g yes -havijQg'been 'pven' ', -,I- .'-'- -J +. '_. .,.'

*j wiU seal their political doom and; that their i elder"Adams and, his party,'they caked''them.selves ,'up, to (die by their friends. and physicians.:7 f ;1NoCctwo..Ezecntians: .issued. .,J ont, NOTICB.TO"PlJE-EMPTION' d1Q'I' ,
of '
filar States e ia penading certain sections- .of, jthe .Federal. Republicansbut..it ward no. 'go i Above'all,.''remember_ this invaluable" 'niedi- BY'tirtue'of Court of the United States for emptzoa"toIaJ,4Ttli lEererXpera6draniitled'to: e U:ti.. '..; '. ,._ ..
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The subject is or vast imp rtan 'anaVwe they.could sot come- 'it.: '. -. cine- ;has' >'.been, .". ,'1mitsted'under, ." ";:_various*' '" ri'f.names..vr.; 4", 'the:Northerri District of Florida,.,and to.me directed abipai .:d. bttownahiiattbd're'atla acACI w AAUI ie' .,
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lie,wad be treated bj- the South Mounting We cramoanckers/don't beliete.in whipping.ihedevil and haZ.tir;., Wistar s,(lestwieBaltam):: ,',of Wild. and delivered,<'q toieab1 h the e4rn lout ... ,
tothe : I have levied,upOn and shall sell atpGbhaan err tipnaf thbBtrinsIle '
fci'agtb which the pew 'parly may ac- '.t u'aoiudidaaWas be relied CUBE., :It .'tetsettthe t
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: Cherry oJilyan: pont( do 'front the In the ofJacksonville .d'oa" Qpe
401n of .
CourtHorise, ; city "
The ce.andmaka:
election { .I w lI1en t:
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in November will U'
derelope '
his Itjis'.time 'foriaji party,to be, lias .b warranted tn'mr FyAdtht8tt: fnrTJMJ '
h ; 'ns .med_ of party, ; [ n ,between the hours of 10 A.msa d.ooriasprac pldng.thia
8t sufficiently at least far toapprehended 7 v" '" -4-T '1 ?? '' ; notice aid
bo' \ othimv ail know!when we alarm r what.no:: 2p ;ot rho ,before: tli I
uias, y be from their f n-. ashamed .r. stage- ph, 8icanhwfTerachieTed-- :l firrtMondayofSepte'mber/next: e'-';da;.ipgofat +ttor"the amoe. :
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tare .op- ratiota, Should it not be'apparent a'coon in th woods he' will'take:'to a tree'andtdjBMJf ,. sari has ne.er.,, .been r -N known_ to faiL_ For," delicatej a Negro Woman,:mimed :orPeggyv and* *her mentof 'e:1 lJ i1o oak or ;
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Ino -- ft iv > \iT 'o- ? two Children .ROBER't the tractclazaied

t sh to give reasonable Di und for alum wee look dowa. any.one' :iS...,T watching.> .::handTlf i,, 1 healthin_ young females. it stands unriTalled._.,...,-= ..; ':.,. 0"- ; 1hiSD:: tT'-G.:11larshal 1JAfTS, >t>
:, But rinoDI'of should the the::0nion,will,of not the be South d Lf? he does'i ,ie;Rill. ,. climb_ on- ,ihe'other_'..:. .. sdean :. .I as it does for au discuss of that.climate.. f r ': 'a'office, ., ;iiO-', '._ ; ilfjt "h.4t

. .rah, er political or other security'privileges,.bej>u in 4 continue to,,do.so:until he_ gets., .where..,he .: For sal. wrholesale and bif ;"' \ .' ::: illt.A4gtisstia' Jaly22;'i&It-li -; CoBasnosis'of tie GrieeixL a<
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I;xe hope a<:Southern Convention will. wants.tokb: .,'and.whateTeftpoUtidari. climb slltieat"Iaddeik4 :O! '' 4.- ._ ...ii..j"'o. .HO'l''FI'Cf'J' GOuha 4. r< )'Black Filet MittstLongJo Sewing '. + "' i ,)J frJ.,7 t
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rry-u e4 compMed'of metf who will Iralnily and both,_,-. a'ides of- t i PJ" ie>> -tOt. t--. .: ".,, .. c.' .-' ._ .JacksontlllfcE.E<' ,7Z. .. I,'"t' L it silkdo":Misses"Hcac5 Ih'read-lace--' f But-' !AC_""noii .'W..., : .
assert will -- "-f f" tans JA '
oatrights=that our people Bobbins CheckedrCuai Wlide NI>P.8BSOlfi
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And uilt.i"'n.
i ,mustbtitii'tillyloodedotoqiw... .' ,,, ." ," by-DraggiatageneraUyFtbtou ho'&he"l "Swi '' r'W'tir
u.il l1ngu n what is bestto be done and | I : -w.. ; "' J.' f l Fi bit net;Mosquito .e. :. .-V, .V.L'8 .a-. _,
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Ul e Ute consequences'to dread:so,&- J prize. and szottit priAcipl t f": i., s1t : .- J. .dnitedSt t a,; .'w1': ...' 4 f d lI,26 "x Net SheU"Sldeg Combs DressiDg cfo.;hiJ h L '" f 4' .
to our peace the onward mirch'of 'W4ftr kmfe 'tifbothWhlgeaad' : : ..I.l'W .: Neck doy'Gmtdli'CotbnF ;Bleach 'trmidsrilt T .. .. .. ombaritid
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power ... asan. .
tb& .. '.' : yenerf,
*ln .. <" 7l.Y- fi ElPB; AND 'BOYS "XijJ Br-W a mid h' con trot -.J. owtti 81.t- s1a
ender the : t Oanabni'DtnittJit =
p our destiny preSent ,t., ana bare bat et-JjS't..'wCl1 )lair et
one n ,
'lOJitPOUt.i.tt l l1aerie win b delft r;; t"cr- 'a uesr-.gs<'-}.r'; j. :," s._.?4V4.'.", :sp as ; '.i'.I.m. "Q"f'BtdF.: ,aid h-J.'I.: e'Y".. ft,1& 'Z'& ,, 't'4)Co '' ,,._; -.w 'i..k )d. ". ;
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4 the eltare ripe try s Q H.Kdlochosd lft.1iJ 7.i"'f ;' 1 < -o- t <*. Ie. .m ,-,-
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L CoattltalUu.Ctbe. State 'stPrepote Florida*, ,nnsJ.'VJL89Xa tJ.N AN'WYCKi(late 4 R t.I4.tr..HN -,'" Scheapcrplcaaanterand t.<' )t ,
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itethird&enerai Assembly .bi ; ,
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andagreed < ., t JJ"-'A11.IP:718
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:*tockofc ** -' #? te CAfC ut fPhl T ormed'aco "iZ'nm'if warraxittd BUi -I ;\ -
# ;. subject totMaction'ofthenext: General ,: o838 : MEDICINE andUROER1au&b. ', .'::4ri ldfwlt m :diswsea:without TO- EH5Sft ? Bwt"should '
Grocerie Pr 9yl! g S1j; ; partnership for the practice oZ".w 11' ? W
l Assembly. .r .. e I
thoilNSTBUCTIOITpFMEpICALSTJJDENTS. ri-'Pi; ia!g! tbiltik.t ,pa-! .Thli..E1bUtofS.-m--.L:2 '.
: 'AN ACT to amend the 12th Clause of the 5th HadareCro; kery &c.t'-.yjzI 101" 'I In'ef .r--'aM"II 4
,;> .. .. _.." ,P. ( adapted & : JJrim" el'tncef !
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f Article the Consatutlon this State, so : *' from'ia distance "M 'well "TrfluJND; frarjB& MEDICINE. I. rho"WrM..t' '" :
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bls- .
in bbls and patients accpmmo .. .
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.: that the Judges of the Circuit Courts shallhothhetrffiee'fortcr of this'SarBaplirillarovw j tOsi Dgtl1.,riti:'
arid -
The' roperiority
the .
either
ated and reasonable terms; at jatnbeauty p 0cJ
Pilot Bread Sugar and Butter Crackers i' ( d.tH. ;
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- eight years, all other remedies ii it'era- neglectjentiveforany 'rt
of the '
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c' Hums.Bacon, PorkjF M'Beef,Pickled Tongues; HoteisorPrivate'Boarding Houses city ; h tit. .
" : instead of during good behavior? Macke-CedfiSaltRicej."-'"F ""' :' ") and can receive from the Subscribers such Medical .#' "dIcatcsdise3sj1t51nigoatestiie: oftbe 'nu ri .;
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F SECTION '1., Be-it; .enacted, by,the i&nate.eutd Gosh )"Butter :L .rdl.Cheesef .W0"* :S *11"? and Surgical, :attention:aa .their,cases may s. w body; consumption, Cti4.. diseases which"f' :
Souse f Representatives of the State of Florida ; '- "" ).:, require\ .'. cleanse.and,strengthen, .time' of life.womanhood." 'This'
i. in General Assembly convened That.'the,12th Irishpotatoes' /. ', A: limited number OFFICE1'-STUDENTS-- .5 'consumption: can be*cured, ._ 'seTera1'1e&r8 bus1nie.valuab1eror. aJeaUenri_ 4I
Candles ,
> Sperm Qil ,
m&uSG'oCthe 5th'Article of the Constitution of ; :? .
Green and Black Tea Rio and Java Coffee; will be ;received,who-will be supplied .with .b bronochitis consumption, ,liver complaint, $ .ta .
r this State be amended al to read' as followsjvis Muscovado'Sugar, NO'MolassesjStuart's ; Books Plates, Anatomical and ;other Preparatfons 'olds.coughs,'catarrh,, asthma,'spitting *. ;.as it is ca1CiI&t to p
( : That at;the.expiration of the present term I Refined Loaf Crushed and PulverisedSugar -Will be.regularly examined in.the:;progress '., of blood,soreness in the chest, by':.quickening"the bl dud:i a
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} of office of: the Judges:of the I Circuit Courts,; -: "', ; I oY their studies, according. ,the |:mod S ;;hectio. flush,night sweats, ,difficult system 'Il died;thJsintdIe imq.
't with'th exception hereinafter-mentioned, the ]Brandy Rum GiWhiseyjAleoholTurPe21'[ pursued in the large '.Northern cities--willbe or'profLis expee1 -" all the diseas to 1ihl h a C

i Justices of the SutheC.oiirtua. the Judges 1tiner",} : taught to'comp: undJm. disns&MediCIfle8: "- ">,," -j, toration and pain'A a- It braces,the whole system,,. -f I

f of'the Circuit Courtshall be'elected for a term London Porter, Port,'Madeira,,';ind.Champagne andcwilljbeinstruct in the",minor.every r day *rx
' of eight years, and shall hold their ;offices for' Wine duties of the Surgeon-Blee4ii1gt9upping,Bandaging 0 .',. -, ;have, and ,, 5' Impurilies of the body not ? !.1
.: : that term,unless sooner removed under the provisions I Cordials Confection-ry,;Preserves, &; {,"'&;'&;, can be' the systeafas*'jjrodiiri a-sul"''r' 1 I

K'm made in this Constitution,for,the removal A Complete Assortment'oIYDyrGiQdi-' .Perhaps no Private-Office in any:Americancitywill x "5ni d. t. S tion,,which is.the case of most ia, .

to Judgesby address or impeachment; and", Calicos, Ginghams, M slins-'Bonnet Taffeta aft' rda greater.variety of new and approved 'Probably there never was a remedy that has forfemaleweaknessandAis !

': for Wilful neglect ot duty, Qrother reasonablecause Ribbons; .. remedies. present; more,practical faCilities been successful in desperate cases of consump?, 'T>ffiT .cm ,OF;THE,,RE4'TURE.4NDvopsy'; .

, which shall not be ,sufficient ground for Sheetings and Shirting,.hleach'd, and unblcach'd; students... .. '. p 1. > tion as;; this; ,cleanses and strengthens the ,.i .:
. impeachment the Governor shall -
. remove any the Irish Linen, Diaper Bishops and Long Lawn; 'In'connexion,"with) this department, it maybe systenu and appeirsto,,heal theulcers on the s il\EWYO JI1J'2 L
of them the address of two-thirds of '
' : General, on however That the Cambrics,'Jaconet: Swiss,and cross bar Muslins; 'piopeit state thai.as soon. as possible on lungs, and 'the:patlen radu lly regain their DR..,TowKsziii.DeaSi:1 Jll" '

; Assembly; Provided in such Hosiery, Hdkfs, Gloves Suspenders Infirmary for the reception of both Medical and usual health and strength. been afflicted .withJa'iseaeof; ,the .
cause shall be stated
length
; or causes at I
address and entered the Journals of each Ticki gs Linen and Cotton Oshaburg Surgical Patients will be opened,when students CURIO US:CASE.OF CONS lIMP TION. with 'MeTribl* rupture for.over.fift

.f: ; House. And provided on further, That the cause Wine white and',brown Linen Drill, for pants will have the opportunity;ot practically studyingdiseases. There is scarcely .a day.passes but there are.
'1 er causes shall be notified to the Judge so intended &C., &. &. 'l. JJ'T. J. WlLSON" M. D. a number of,eases of Consumption ,reported'as troubled WIth shortness breath ud I;1104-i 11

'f to be removed, and he shall be admitted to Umbrellas Sl\k, Gingham and Cotton,in steeland C. C.
:. .hearing in hia own defence before any vote whale bone frames;" Tallahassee,Aug. 6, 148.S 6m 'The following was recently received:. tresaing, and baa .frequently .
; .for such removal shall : and in'suoh cases Hardware Cutlery-Knives Scissors, Razors; STATE, OF -"PIiORIDAs : -- DR. ,TOWNSEND-Dear Sir:. For the ;last leave her .b d. ,. heruptue"Y"tr11

; the vote shall be taken piss by yeas and nays and Nails, Hinges.Butts, Knives and Forks Spoons, MONROE COUNTY. three years I have been afflicted:with general and severe, : She triedahrnost n '

" entered on the Journals of each House respec- Tea Trays; S Benjamin.Megin, 1pVST debility,..and:n_ U consumption. of.the .last" such cases! with but,littlt benefit' \lV_,: I
j.. tyely.dI Collins Axes, Hammers Hatchets, Saws; f In stage,and did notexpect to ever gain my healthat had .taken but.three-bottles i4jmedicineshewasentirelyrelievedoftieSS

SEC 2.. Be further enacted, That the Judges Carriage Wrenches, Halter Chains, Pots Kettles Thomas Taylor:Philip f Chancery. all. After going through a course of medicine 1

': first appointed under this amended Constitution &a, &c. Sawyer,and James Filor.J under the care: of some of the most distin- of the heart, and the rupture w.ihDo.t.II'

r halt be divided by lot into four classes. The A few Rifles-low priced-Powder Flasks. FT appearing to, me by affidavit that Thomas guished regular physicians and members of the tirely disappeared.?. ', of I
:\, first class shall hold his or their office or offices A Good Assortment of Crockery and Tin Ware. JL Taylor and Philip Sawyer,defendants in the Board of Health'in New York' 'and elsewhere, .She,has also,had. the ijropsy, tajmuch ." ,- I

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I- term of four years the third for the term of six and Shoes, of all kinds.A State Florida,and that the said Thomas Tay- to regain my health, and after read. be so benefited she had such a o"i

: years the fourth for the term of eight years. variety of Fancy Articles, Perfumery, Medicines lorresides, iu.Europe, and that the'said Philip ing in some paper of your Sarsaparilla I resolved of diseases.. :But it has,as strang uiUl

.il' (Passed the'Senate by the Constitutional ma- &c.JacksonvilleApril. Sawyer resides in the State of Mississippi, to try.it. After,using, six! bottles I found,it pear, relieved her of the dropsy., '1 i a at:

: Jorlty, December 22, lS.-I7. Passed the House 15, 1848. ly It 'is;eiid'That,: said defendants appear done me great good, and called to'See yon at that this statement, is,,so strangealmost j l to '

:r: i of Representatives by the Constitutional majorityJanuary6tS48.J and answer the said bill, otherwise it shall be your office; 'with your advice I kept on, and do Iike'fiction)but it fa nenrtht1fr khi.

WAREHOUSE OF taken pro confesso.It moat heartily thank you for your advice.: I'persevere reality. YourSarsaparilla' i. 'f iJiJi 1i
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' Apn129, 1548. 6m PRINTSONLY is furthEr Ordered, Thai a copy of this Or- in taking the Sarsaparilla,and have, been. uable.medicme. .and 'should be"us i'n

..:.....'.. .: ; der be published in some newspaper printed in able to attend to my usual labors for the last one thlt.J.S; iniferlEgasdisbelieve : Ve;:.Bate,lew. } '
ia.6 the Eastern Circuit of Florida once a month four months,and I hope by'the blessings of God this acopunt, they" art ai IIi r
e.;'i .1 STATE OF FLORIDA : No. 56 Cedar Street, New York. for nine months in reference to the said Thomas and your Sarsaparilla continue, my health.It .- call at,my,house and have ccuWdcKo

7. ';f COUNTY OF DUVAL. Taylor, and once a week for four months, in helped me beyond the expectations of all that YourSj respectfully.;" 1 ...

-l' \ To all to nhom these Presents shall come, Lmm IUN Lm reference to the said Philip Sawyer. knew,my case.; CHARLES QUIMBY.' -'W1LL4AOi'hiD4.. .

1.1''i'I: Greeting:- (LATE, LEE &' JUDSON,) JOS. B. LANCASTER, Orange Essex Co.N.J., Aug. 21847. : 'of '.n.
'. t .4." Judge So. Circuit of Florida.' Slate of New Jersey Essex .-Chas. IY8FEPS1t ':
; County, .
f Lawrence Ryan has this day the FIVE STORY WAREHOUSE 5'
o 'It:; .WHEREAS to me for Letters of Administration Occupy No. 56 spacious CEDAR STREET-the WHOLE THOS. F. KING] Sol. for Compl't. Quimby being duly':sworn according to law{on No fluid,or.medidine"has ever'Itjtf:aige; ,
. Key West, February 19, 1848. 9m his oath &\ith" that the foregoing statementis ed which so nearly ,resembles iheaitHet
. r1 of all and singular the Goods, Chattels, which ia devoted to the exhibition and sale
true according to the best of his knowledge and or saliva in decomposing food andthe
,
itrtagti
S'- Rights and Credits which were of George of the Single Article of IIV CIRCUIT COURT. '
:.;; Church,late of said county,deceased EASTERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA-COUNTY OF belief. CHAS.QUIMBY. organs ,ofdigestion-ai thisprepantkl{
;),. i These are therefore to CITE and admonish all PRINTED CALICOES.Their ST. JOHNS: IN CHANCERY. '. Sw rnand subscribed to before me at Orange, Sarsaparina. It po2itiTeJy'cUrtS ettrv few<

, :'.:':; and singular the next of kin and creditors of present Stock consists of nearly The Southern Life the 2d.August,'1847. CYRUS BALDWIN, dyspepsia, how nrsenre or (hrol : 1'I

"'.1-II.:t said deceased, to shew cause before me on or before One Thousand Packages surance & Trust In-l Justice of the.Peace., ,BANK DEPARTMENT,Aiiurr,May 10.,18&:

:..,h.. ;t.1' the second Monday in August next ensuing Embracing some THOUSANDS of different ny to use Arthur Bill to Foreclose Da.TowNSEsi>-.Sir:'.1 :have tern j&&t(

t.: \: why said application should not be granted; patterns and colorings, and comprising every Reed } TWO CHILDREN 'SA VED. for several years with duipepsia J&'ift'iiS

i.?r. : otherwise Letters of Administration as afore- thing desirable in the line, FOREIGN and vs.Augustus Very-few families' indeed-in fact we have form,attended with sourness.orstoiciel.JaT

r.i t.:;, lid will issue to said Lawrence Ryan. DOMESTIC. Poujaud. J not heard of'one-that 'used Dr. Townsend'a of appetite, extreme heartburn, and itw

t: : : ? Witness my name and the seal of this All which are offered for sale, for cash, or having been made to appear to the satisfaction Sarsaparilla; time lost any children the,past aversion to?all kinds of.f900tJ and for*?*
'
,l-i.t ;;..4.. .. :' Court, this third [3rd] day of July,A.D. satisfactory credit, at tin LOWEST PRICES, IT of the Court by Affidavit, that the summer, while those that did not'sickened and (what,I could eat).1:h'ave been unable to mi.

;: .. }, I. L] out thousand eight hundred and fortyj : by the Defendant named in the Bill of Complaint filed died.; The certificate we: publish below is conclusive but'small portion riiy tcwcla.-,.Tt tit

k.-\.. ".' ,. : PIECE OR ,PACKAGE. in.the. above entitled cause, resides out of the 'evidence of its valued and is only another usual remedies' but tley.had .buttytleirjit i
.
:J r:,.' :! eight.WILLIAM F. CRABTREE, New Styles are received almost every day State bf Florida,'and out of the United States. instance of its saving the lives children: effect in rmojing;complaint l*.lib*
,
{.,t:! Judge of Probate Daval County. and many of them are got up for our own sales, and in Cuba one of the West India Islands and DK. TOWNSEND' -.Dear Sir: I had two, children ed, about.two months since,to try.ycuiZjfi rt

( ." .;,: July 8, 1848. Ct and not to be found elsewhere. beyond the jurisdiction of this Court,Therefore, cured by your. Sarsaparilla of the"summer Farsaparilla' and 1 must say with Utflj.

"JO':6. .,.;s.'L" .J. i7 Printed lists. of prices corrected from On motion of C. W. Downing,Esq.,Solicitor'for complaint and 'dysentery$ one was'. only 15 fidencej' .but, after using .nettiy'tvo:'Kraft
months old and the other 3 found appetite resturedand, the jiesrtHJtentirely
They were
: :; NOTICE. day to day with variation in the market said Complainant years my '
every '
(:f: SIX MONTHS after date,1 shall present my are placed in the hands of buyers. It is Ordered, That the said Augustus Ppujaud very much reduced,and we expected they would removed': ,. and ,1 w uid' :carVatlji'

I.. ". and vouchers as Executor of the Merchants will bq,able to form some idea of and others be required to appear and an- die i. ,hey were given np( by'two{.respectablephysicians. conimend the use ofit't' those who.l1 n fa
I When the doctor informed that afflicted as I. Have be n. Yours &cVw. /t":1:
: ..- Estate James B. Roberts deceased, to the the extent and variety of our assortment,whenwe swer said Bill of Complaint within ,six months. us '
i'i c-r: f-: Judge of Probate of this county, for settlement state, that the value of our usual stock of or the, same will be taken as onfessed against'him. we must lose' them had we'resolved to try your S w. YAK, zAm: :

r,:.;. J and allowance by him; and at the same time I this ONE ARTICLES is at least twice the value of:. Sarsaparilla we heard so much ofbut, had N. B. t,Purchase,none butsuch as bart.vnj. :

t ;..':;a_ shall apply to the said Judge or Court, for a the entire stock of dry goods usually kept by It is further Ordered,That a copy of this Order, little confidencethere, being so much stuff advertised pers that,hidej.tlebottle- : .compJfttly.end tat.
fl j final from of the that is worthless: but we are very the written signature of S.P.TOWS fiESBS I
my
irt discharge Execntorship our largest wholesale jobbers. This fact, together duly certified by.the Clerk of this Conrtj be published '
,t ..;?J ;t Estate said James B. Roberts, deceased. with the fact that our means and our in some newspaper printed within the thankful that we'did, for it undoubtedly'saved Principal l.ffic 126.F ltol1. !.Sun I3ii1d i 1
;
hF:{ JOHN RO ERTS,Executor of the attention, instead of being divided among a vast Eastern Circuit of Florida once a month consecutively the lives of both. Iwrite.this that.others may N.Y.; Kedding & cO.8 Mat e4t.r'Boston J Vt

:':. ;;.! last Will &c. of J 4S. B.Roberts dec. variety articles, are devoted wholly to for six months. be induced to use it.Yours. respectfully .&!onSjJ132 North 'Second-t."-FhilsdeJj i l
I'".' ONES 1OHN.. WILSON. Jr. S.:Hance,' druggist, ,Baltimore 'DurolSf ca!
6m
M .. April221848. will render the advantages which we can offerto [Signed,] THOS.DOUGLAS, Judge.I ,
; ; i dealers perfectly obvious; and it shall be PETER. DUMAS Clerk. of said Court, MyrtJe.avenueBrooklyn'Sept., ; 15, 184 7. Richmond P. 3J. Cohen, 'Charlestinf *&
; ; :: Duval Claimants.. L CWJf TIC YSLUM. &co..l1 ( hartres- t.'Sew Orlesn.10Utlii..
1o our care that none who visit our establishment do. ,hereby certify the above to boa true copy'
'
; e 0.: ';' THE non-commissioned officers and privates shall meet with any disappointment.Our of an Order, duly made",and:entered of recordin James Cummings, Esq'one of the Assistantsin Pear -st.Albanyj! ; R."Van:Buckirk,292:c $f'

: F' Captains Bush Price, and Suarez' com- assortment is complete at all seasons of the above entitled cause, .the sixteenth the Lunatic Ayslum.Blackwell's Island,is the Market -'arid :Broad-sts. r\twa kJ'N.J..m tj I

.r :. paniesFlorida:Mounted Militiafor, service in the the year. LEE; JUDSON & LEE.P. day. of August., A.D. gentleman spoken of in the following-letter: principal'.Brnggists-:and :Mefchants'gtaffl!

;' .;. ....:' yean 18389,who have not yet signed the necessary S.-B. F. LEE, formerly of the firm of 1847.P..B. DUMAS, 'RHE UJ.ll.A.TISl1. !.throughout the United StatVs/WesfclndTti.ol.

r1:Js- papers relating to their claimsin the hands Lord &Lees,and late senior partner the original Clerk C. C. of St.John's County. This is only one of more than fourrfhousand I the Canadas.AM.EEAgefl1 !

i 1 ;1'::> of the undersignedare requested to do so without firm of Lee & Brewster, from which connection Jan 7,1848. lamfBmAtACHUA cases of rheumatism that Dr\Townsends Sarsaparilla 'Ja litmeJi1, i
,
'M -, delay. The to be signed are left with -- February > I
.p: papers he withdrew some time ago, has resum- has cufea- -The' most severe and 261848. y 4.
,i"f. : Col. Pons, at the Post Office.or may be signed ed business in connection with Messrs. '
; Lee & .: Jt chronic cases are Veekly eradicated, by its extraordinary '
? at office. GREGORY Y ALl HOUSE. FORWARD fcALDRICH
my Judson, and assures his friends that the new virtues : ,
' :'::': : Agent Duval companies.Jacksonville Subscriber g purchased the house :. 'lif.,
concern shall have the same pre-eminence in THE BLACXWELL'5ISLAND, Sep.14, 1847. ATTORNEYS AND COUKSELLOKS' ATf
,
r March 4 1S48. tt"t. and Occupied .
this branch of trade which premises' formerly owned. Wi ] of l
formerly distinguished DR. TOWNSEND--Dear r: 1 have suffered practice in the several Courts. f
.:? ( the other two houses to which he be by J. W. Pearson. Esq ,at Newnansville, terribly for nine ;years with.the rheumatism; and Equity, in the Eastern Circuit Roir2tLWM. .
,
Ithf E. F. will be to accommodate Boarders
ready
NOTICE. Longed. June 25 1847. time I could .-FORWARD 'St.- ?
ly considerable of the not eat sleepor Augustine :
f:> and Travellers 'after the 1st of next s'
WEEKS from date I shall apply to the I day May *
.4- :: 'StIX work; Iliad, .the most distressing pains,.and LxwIs-ALDRIcIINewnansille.,. .
.
: F ;- t Judge Probate of Columbia county, INVALUABLE ,I and hopes by his exertions to make his guests as my.llmbs were terribly }swollen. I have used t
for Letters of Administration the comfortable as possible. He has good stabling '
f; :' Florida upon four bottles of and have S WM. F. CRABTBEE .
they ,
Sarsaparilla
: .!: Estate Thomas J.Brannen,late of said county FAMILY COMPANION.SIX and a first'inte hostler always in attendance. your t
, -' done me more than thousand dollars worthof :
one
; ; ATToRKEr JIKD cquysEiibff.iT.
deceased.' E. B. BRANNEN. GEO. M.: GALPIN. t
: '
C.uS
Lectures sPrcventionand Cure .
t.' u: on good-I am eo much better. Indeed I am
.,; June 17th 1848.Administrator's. Newn:11lvilte April 15 .1848. 6m .Jacksonville 'fl
.
,
Alligator .
: of Asthma Diseases. the ;
.
.;.. ". Consumption entirely relieved. You are at liberty.to, use,
WILT; attend Jo business.entrnztedtoW.hands
,
1. .. Heart and all Female Diseases. 234 pages28 this any
for the benefit of the afflicted.
f.ah::.J Notice. engravings. Paper 50 cts.; bound 75 cents.: r HOLMES: & .CO.MESSRS. I Yours. ,.respectfully<; JAMES CUMM1NGS.' in'any of.'the..Courts' in the Easteia(1t'1cuit .

: ; I ,,HE Subscriber, having qualified as,Admin- Mail to any port:postage'9% cts. HOLMES&,CO., have removed COULD NOT: WALK.; *, of FJ rid r /

4-'r'- ;; .L istrator on the Estate of the late Robert Shoulder .Braces. 'and Chest Expanders, $2. stock of: Merchandize to the large lithe very FELIX "I I V I N.fS TON: ; ;
; Livingston. Notice .is hereby given, to all Mail to any part, 50 cts. postage. Inhaling building} formerly gccupiedby the United States, -Dr..Townsend'sSarsaparil1a is .. -' -; .
best for ,
'. persons, (Creditors, .Legatees,and Distributees Tubes, Silver, $3, by mail, letter postage. Abdominal known as the. Government .Building. They remedy 'femalecpmplaints.there' 'TTORlfE ,AT ,LAW,
thousands thousands
a d'o'thers) having demands against said est Supporters, perfect, $3to $10, for all I have_added.to their stock by the late arrivals weak no disputing anddebilitated; 'females. and.that. "were'pros-of :,Jacksonville, [F.I4'-:" (

tate present them 'properly authenticated, Ruptures Falling of the Bowels and Womb,- from New .York, a full assortment of Dry Goods, trated those :diseases which females are 5, WiLi.'practice in all.the'Courts oircuit. ,' ,
within the timo prescribed by law to the Subscriber and Weak Back and Chest; sent by express Groceries, Hardware Provisions, &c, fed, by ,
: subject in.,the enjoyment:of.robust '. .
!. ;'it by mail, post paid, or this notice will everywhere.- For Braces. or Supporters, or which they' are"prepared to sell at reduced 'were soon : '

,:Si: J be plead.in bir of their recovery.. Rupture,Supporters, give height from,head to prices. ,1' ;.> health. ,New'" 'YORIC. ,Sept"23,1847.DR. ,AUGUSTUS. .GJLLE1"Tt-- ;,

;' : '. **** JAMES A.PEDENj Adm'r. foot, and circumference of person next the surface They are now prepared: purchase Cottons, .'.TowKSENnlcar"S, wife has for ATTpRNEY; .AHD;CODKSELLOS liT'.tti''
My
.f.J __ Newnansville. July:,,18..1S.. 8wAdministrator' ,just above the hipsl If Rupture,mentionihich Hides and other produce of the country, at the the last year'been sick and in' greatly ;And:Commissioner of Deeds of the Stat of G -
side. Agents wanted: for the sale of the Market very 4 '
) highest rates 'and make cash advanceson 'necticmt withinand for the State T6fTOATTOENEY |*
' ;f :.pb.. v. Notice. above goods. Address Dr.. S. 8. FITCH, 707 consignments to.their..friends.in Savannahand reduced .state ,of-health,:being.:.reduced by a ,. 'J CD01'CVILL F1t.

: I. ., PERSONS interested in the Estate of Broadway, New York{post paid Charleston or Ne rYork., variety complaints such as females are liable' ..5- "- ..".
ALL '
_ _." ; late'Joshua.Miller, are hereby notified April, 1848., _Ii' : They, have a. new*article.of :Wrought Iron to;vshe g tao bad'at length that she was entirely CHARLES .P.. COOPEIL: i >,

1' ,'That,on the'1st day January, 1849.) I Ploughs- to, *hichtheyr: would respectfully" ali unable to walk,and was, as helpless as d child; ',AND, ..COUNSELLOLATUY; :
she commenced
shall accounts and Fifty Dollars Reward uing;your Sarsaparillaandshe
vouchers '
Administrator '
present my as the attention Planters
several Courts
- to tile Hon. Judge of Probates in .WILL 'BE'GIVEN ,BY' THE Jacksonville''Nov. 6'1846..' 'tf> m itely began;"to regain her,strength, Will.'pri cein the of"tfcljf
.
and forAlochua County,for a final settlement undersigned for the apprehension , her.complaints.left her,,and after taking several tern Circuit Florida.. .
.t' ; S T'f'PE ; ,bottles'she is r JackSonY1 e!.F- or.'26,:1847>. .
and discharge from the further administration and safe delivery into the,: F011NDRY Being a singular < -. J4'1
laid'estate, and shall pray a distribution .Duval,:.County Jail,of,',the f h\ 59 "GoldycornerFof l ,'AnnstreeVN;\.YorkV case I thought it might do'good to publish 't.- .: CHARLES'H. ;
PL9.
thereof JOSIAH SECKINGER1,. AcIrn'r.Newnanzille :;lowing riegroesj-to wit.: Yeni ,'.a.. womanHan- THE subscribers have.taken the:Type F Wi She' used a number of. remedies'that"done her :

: Jut11st/1848. Gni 'nibald, a boy,,G orglan a girl, and:what['Children andw1l1.continue the business'lately; ,ho good previously.;:I >:Yoursrrespectfullyr, : ;ATTOBKEir5, AND COIXNSELT0K &TLiLiid :

:tL1 -.- i theaboyenamedVenis> might have,borned ;.coMucte4y.lbtTaylo .: They!.will attend ;i. .' 9HjIUENS7fNorfqlk t., ,RivErTh&a.;;:_ 1 ;
; 'since she has been absent to' be to all orders they receive with -, -.4- ,. (
: Executor's Notice. supposed two may ptuctuhtyanddiip .< S wILL'pr&ctia:51iEastern th \s li: '
i ; LADIES.
{ 'r MONTHS after date shall apply to the or three, andEllickin01d; ArncannmnThe tch. All the Type manufactured by ,- TO THE Circuit of;Florida Business es'. ,,
: SIX "above fugitiv slaves.have ':been: them will be Hind'Cast and furnish '. ,GREATtiFEMALEWEDICINE.DR. .' ,
absent
they'.wilJ tt
:, r--' Judge of..Probate of Duval county, for a ; to UD tJ1i 1. p ; J1
<1!: fipal discharge from Execujtorshipof for nearly four years.:>u. JOHN ;M.-PONS: all,kinds,of.Printers? Materials, of the best qual' DR.'TOWNSIND'S SARSAPARIIXA sovereignand '-

:.: ,pw:, .; Estate of James B. Roberts my ,deceased. 'Jacksonville! ;'March'25th'.-, 1848.. .. ., CmcrAaK&LAwsoN ity. ;Mr.'J:,A.jT.: verendisIstiiremplpyed: : insuperintending speedy cure for Jncipienconsurnption ration otthiaysteni.-no andfor'th'jeniml :: ..iOSEPH'' .: :'FJTCHJ.14 ,.:: -

t May 6th, 184SVM.:' B. ROSS Ex'r. mahufacturirigdepartmerit.Proprietors : "prosf vnvo'established himself at P t1.A t"
result'of
rs of newipapersy who have not\adVertised .matter. whether the' inherent :cause, -
. GENERAIi:,'COMMISSION, ; MEBt23 J
.
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.': .L'J;_: 1,1: NOTICE FACTORS' AND"GENEBAL .COMMISSION MEE- | for the' subscribers,who may publish or causes, produced*- ': li ""gwnni11nC8: or. will 'tt d,:,to anr' business',' ntr1 W""J
.4j' t this notice for,three 'will be accident.S. :_ *">' "" f 0 *-
; ont entitled to -v
CHANTS SaannabGeorgiatendr their care with despatchNovember .
WEEKS .
after date wo the'subscribers servces'lo oon'1ienOr 'than.its invigorating '<,
,:!i):; ;fi SIX.. U apply to the Ron. the Judge'of Pro.bs4forNuauCountyforLettersof.Adjj planters,and others' and solicit consign' ,receive the amount pay of.in their type till on for purchasing:advertising. -.times, Nothing'effects'On''the surprising human-frame.: 'PerBons'allweakness "J 19*, 1847 J ,t::
'
on cotton and all other kinds of
j ments : -
{ :i country Old.Type taken in'exchange for:new (9"cfsl 'and!1assitdefroritaking it :' -' '.J-n .CTJBSEDGE t:
tration en the estate Joseph Bergallo/Iate of produce They arc,' agents forthe.elebhte4.Etowah : ; ,
1 1+ : at become robust and fullof, energy.nnaeifits !. ,
.' Mills 'per1b.J. ,* J U ? *; _...; i&. -,- once '
Cess
-- of 1i :
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.:. .:.f.r.s itpot7,4ece&8ed. ? countyfrnjyboj' they which the influence, :It .immediately ,co nteractathe '-5,:: OO 8E1.LEANDSTATIOER,. .
:l : 7. _fr' > DOMINGO'.ACOSTAi a.weekly-suppliedwithPlour,' tlj h' gr t d, :Ilr: 'Typei.with at this; ,. NEWS'i. is, 'hervelessness 'bfthe feiiia1e frm4chisthe ,South;side Market square ,1(next':,door !Jr
cast establishment. :
print4was
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J t\"pt? "_ JOHN ACAVEDO.Fernandina .. N equal to Northern flour; They also keepon t, "i. ,'v ;:>vmTlNa'A'TAYLOR.: <: great'cause''f of,1Srrenne&; '" .. ,stille' Luff boro'&."Butler's Shoe,SLt'

,.FUu. .,.July 15,1848., 6t*: : .: :hand,:'constantly! ; }oshaburgsand! '''yarns, -*l1* 'Successor It,will'not:; beexpected';ofus. incasesof so S Savannah
: 1 ---.- : : :from.,the.jEatontdnV Cartright'Planters 'and : tdRobertTaylor.tI S
-i delicate nature tooxhibit certificates otcures Orders .
: lebrCI1U1.:1.9t-,1848J i't :. a 13T : from the country win bep.
.
C Shoal manufactories 'i' ,1n.ORK
Cedar which ; '
. j I'1' NOTICE, ', : (' ." "they, sell.attl performed' but' manufacturing pricesV -
f'J CUX MONTHS after date,'Ishall,.present my S March 11 1848. *? ", k 11 tt Pit t hundreds of casesfhave been reported':fo ni \: J1lfIOio--; S' :J1- ,
. O accounts and vouchers as'Administratrixofthe : :...: ; .v!, : : 3m', ,'. '0 Dre diCi "t smoki.ng Tob".Jn pa ]DBUrTowNfflnro"i ?MyiWebeingUydi.aaby'rea1ncEs'aUd '

.. ._ ; _. .' pen & vXrwcive >by ;:: ; Kelloch nera1debiIiymnd. 1fH.'A RTES :UWAAL.
l1rigU ;
. r.t{ Estate of Henry BaflardjJr, .late of..DuvaloounlyrdeoeasedL q' ; n. n ; ,.... ., .. _. lt__ ,
J
; .;; and fo e'ate1) : a }i ;
. :1. .to the Hon.'Judga bf Probaje' I .WM.vS. J. WTON\\ ;' SJnly ; ) otiC .' : AUC'r'ONEE..
of.saii..cbonty;for: ,;a fiijtettlenjnt of said: FACTOR' AND" COMMISSION:I4En(utc ': 22.:( it;', 'A.:MEEEDI: = .Itieftnd] ying.li1 owaeswbeeyo1h'ei 'S" ;JA.CKSONYnLBi8.u :"

..It t N Estate;J.m. Bhall at; thei* metlD1e apply for \-fa: z I:' 1J CKSrfettovrfSsr.>r f 5-,' : OWNSEND/S ,8AESAPABILLA= AMreshwpplyjwtreceivedindforttaeby ui e ; ;effected*great cures f and' alsdaearing '- : ln.n1 Cr !qo. .
< N'
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, 1 .' Lettfra)Dismission aa uchfAdmlnwratrty:ofwhich' owrt.JA. Ji.Vf., > -, i 1:. : 1 it recommended fIccsEs: as here -to, .ndi pect ull1'IOUcitecL "
.(. # l,.. ,all p&iintercsted in:said:Estate::are' :RfcrERKNcrs E.;G.Jaudon, sq-near JacksonriUevE 1 t rJt lOO:w Si9BS! .ft* 55"H'.,*\ '., .. d soribed/:I: f.alDed ibottle of yourrExjtraoiof Jadboavflle'May'6,1848., lOa
t"- FsGoirC 7.a3IcDonald; ;Ua.rco MForinan If. ." ,, -, '' .:C ,pS :
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: v **'htmNRIETT1.BABNARD'lAdn'.* : ; ; j1BJ3 .mIf JImG't4 "1 .pYA '. "uia, .':\it removed ar eoaji ili6 '& 'DIGEST :of\th%,.Jii1.J.

: "".JacbOaWU'JWo1J4 1848n 6m cSeitonVSrsiKi 'fSM, .J--- -S O' sT.&aY:' C IJTI0 1.. ff l palMirieetored t 1 m(;J 1tJi. :Being f'- t "..

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