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Title: The news
Uniform Title: News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Physical Description: 14 v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 52-62 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: D.W. Whitehurst
Place of Publication: Saint Augustine E.F. i.e. Fla.
Creation Date: June 30, 1849
Publication Date: 1838-1852
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 3, 1838)-v. 14, no. 25 (May 8, 1852).
General Note: Published at Saint Augustine, Fla., 1838-<1845>; Jacksonville, Fla., <1846>-1852.
General Note: Editors: D. Whitehurst, 1840-1841; T. Russell, <1842>; G. Powers; C. Byrne, <1851>; J.F. Rogers.
General Note: Publishers: Russell & Jones, 1840; T. Russell, 1840-1842; Russell & O'Sullivan, 1842-1844; T. Russell, 1844-1845; Albert A. Nunes, <1845>; Gillett & Hazzard, <1846>; F. Adams, <1846-1852>; Charles Byrne, <1851>.
General Note: "Our country."
General Note: Whig, 1838-1845. Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Florida statesman
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msf theiequishe'l.m 'may be ace rt eclitJua .7- .sid.d.i !4c.c.fj w}iter \:Jrte '. I knees, at'cents sided inch Yellow ZfcifrflUv j'.rt Locust timber.b11 ashp: 'J"bitlles thick, 18 to24 !;l '
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tt r will.be continued. utuij forbid .le inJengthftndponeJess plank stocks to average f6ry-fiv.eeet lengths not less:than 10.feet,.to average 12 in. 3000 feetaehplk1'IflCh3th1C18Q4 :;. .
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or dnllft'l'S will be charged for all l an'niunce.tntJ : may retain t the iatura 1'taper'df the tree. Tile .ott't ;Sc.. "
; + -cubic 2 11 6000.feet
gTFiY : {feet.-yellowTslne plank 'l'n. other two sides fpiects.f w' t s, ttm'1 r. 18u 1 'teet: ash planka!iiichee t1If .aO Inches :
of candidates for office. stocks, at cent?per.cubic! opt: S 'itybo lined ofparallel. !Wu,') LJsland4 .feet'each 812 hes.dtfa {;' ? d ) l:1p rd tC'b'c1 '1d'Wel1 '

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,f Notice to Debtors and Creditors, : :. 7 00JArP1ication pine,at -. -. cents per.cubic foot. ;I';i.s-L' !Ismail-be lined' Jstraightporwitha', ::: fair j urre. The tao iplees. LY J10W cdst'tti rii5 :ubicteet" 600 feet ash plank, 1.lC ic J 1 O kch. : l;
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for Letters Administration 5 00 .. : '" "H1,-1 .the.butt end and fthV'JBmairerKli\nust.than four-fifths of r: ;"L.j Island,i)12fe. t"ii l'i"7 xi 9'ihc1i .'diCi4ASs -'. :1 i r 1f1d ;Wbe.cIea a.nd-w! t D d: I .1
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jrt All religious gratui- less than twelve irifcb.es. abuare.. clear_ of .. I
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iAI! communications must be addressed to through the post offi ''at"-"-: ;--;','arid, the' 'f n ch..tc hYlowed -. I- ,. Ii.' ..1:>, .Ye11ofD-Rjine'timher.1 t'000 :. 3: i inches/wide,'to be'clear and.welT'seasoncd. ;" .; .
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li C. lLLETT. pottage fait.ttdniissable $ contract to be sent to the navy'ngent at ''' -v <3 prr1r toe er- .2QQO wbicfeet SouthernYelloViPine; pLnk .- ,.(tig-' ;. ;'i i, .
GVTUS : !udedMn.thnea8uNmontLpepn foot.5,000cubhr | .,, 1)00.fe t?4"irich ash .. ,
personal communications wilts for, execution.. ..'I S ,fJ9 k.r A1n f nt !'J't Q \ ""Ii" : ; plank-boarct measurer- fj ,
fAll -' -- 5 'Hespectfully, "4 fl "J'A. :.!B.' 'i feet-fine_ gr&itietf feotithern Yel- lOQ09.inil fcetS6uthern rellbw:Pine pro dO" 3ld 11".r tido' .: a tt---,:. }r.c .1

irged advertisement To low Pine prom cubasptimber 'froiiiaso to 40 iiuobet.3b .. 300 do-'2J.' do do .
Commodore W;SktNARBj; *- t 1 '& .tf At11 ) : J !4b 'd ;' i
,,J7"AM bills for Jab Feinting mast be paid on the ,Chef| ,JBureau of Construction. &c.&c,; feet longs' and :from'i. 18 to:. inches square 4 ..$. p.rank lItock. ,toJe' ;in flength not less OOO.dO2.dOf? ..' :ddk. do.1 GQ 2'\J l-:4

qf the work. Washingtobl* '.' : J. per cubic foot. t : han .Xeetj* -'rnging 45';feet; half to squareJ2Jn ,2OQ rdo 13r :dOi' 'do :.'l.1d 'i4 ; : J .'
fr1r17 All the above i Yellow"Tine,Timber to'eof 500 do 1} do '. -. ;
We, the undersign,:sidents of-r -H-j, hcaan4Lhalfto'squarb 14 inches and upr do .1f .'i-; ; t
= '- : ale.ery-b st'qdalilY) anti rre frnl1efe1s ward th '1 5)0.: d J ;.. .do:, 'dc 5 Ci : td &1. r't
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the State of. -.---'-- .hereby guarantee,. ,aj $top.end. of Jtbe sticksj-jtC be.of_ thevbest'qltdlityl"long : .
PROPOSALS ? ;.Therends.to be :t.wedoffjnare td Uan \" S J> qdoU do f ; #
that in case the'foregoIng bid :jof : iao n "learfine] grain, free from : 'j nboardar1 t9d ,
.perfect. .(contra'ctor.-i .. LM .c.- .1- heart 50 white ash oars 17 feet '' -", ; "
be accepted, that: willi within fiveldays ., shakes, wind shakesY. and all other defects long, -. 8Ofee( n "
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JOB/TlnUER. after the receipt of the,contract.at .the post office CLASS ;'No3. : ,.J,. 'fM; ; !g"be hewn,,to fairjedge, and.to, have no '. ? ileligth1'by'the toot.5 it ". 1v'4 s'.w:'. w.

,. :, .' '; 355iX: ? j.. OSA' more saplnan : the breadth,of 100..white.ash.oars16 feet longj\orieOO .
NAVY DEPARTMENT designated said; 'bid, execute _the sanie- White Pine. ,,. .-eighthof; the ;:!;
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With good and sufficient sureties, to furnish ihe. feet board No. "'White4 b'' face from eacjtt,corner, arid the cubical con.tentsof in length, by the foot. -i* 3* .
Pin 5S
2,000 ,
Meal of Construction, Equipment and Repair, articles proposed, in confol'1l1ity.with.tb termsof inch boards to'he mcgsurej clear oi'.all defects all sap to be.excluded in the measurement of 450 whiteWi' & ,15 ft'et longer; 9250'feet < ,
June 13, 1849. suchasj the ,;.a in length by-the'ftotJ *-- v* -- '
il'was'niadc. timbCid's 5- 241 '/
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advertisement under which knHs"rot 8iiiisVshaklMi; stahis riess ,., : WHo :
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proposal, endorsed "Proposals .: .- "v._. DJ, quality ; wood holes-,,add,uneven co i-s' 'The omiscuous,timberl to iJbel'in,lengthsnot : 300. white ashoara14 feet;long;or/4206 feet : ...: i-.
sap sawing-i :
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or Lumber, as the case may be," (naming = E' fl'. pei J thousaud feet board measure, I less thanjSbfeet; to average 40tsfeet to, in1'engthbythe'1bot.jfls. ..: .j
*> >tk\ 500 whiteash '1
the yard for which the. offer intended. ,) I: hereby certify, thar/to the best 'friiy "knowl 30,000 feet board 1 No.3 AVhiteiPine 'squareif4-rflcHe* and wdrds'jat.tha'top.ehds,' Ideti'JongJ'or 6300 feet yinlengthbythbfo' .* :: .

fill be received by this Bureau until three edge and belief, the above 'named 'guara'ntorV: one Jnch "boards,> to hsiyenot measure; more: than/Arte: averaging 16 inches square to oe f'\J P1Jest1; ; :: \to t. 'i' ?
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''clock,P M"of the flc.enth of August. next for I are good and sufficient, ; JJL" ,. medium size knots.withinthe. surfac:of.fitleen\\. quality, long leaf; fine grain, (free from heart ;300.1ifhiteiBboar8-.J2 feet long,"or 3 00'feet* : ; :.
delivering under contract shakes avind shakes 'and Defects in Jength'b..th foofru i''f'f'v
and at aU 'otbi' 'to
finishing ,
Navygcnt.
lie several navy yards hereinafter named,: the : : S :' ,rot feet shades; to be clear of hotel another knots, sap wood (i be hewed to"a fair.edgeaccording to the growth; AU the foregoing ash'imber andpl&! i t'1le. i"I* *.
splits and :
uneven
of
sawingper the best
timber lumber and other articles embraced in NAVY_ YARD, K1TTEUY, MAINE; ... :per Ihotisan'deefrTwafd measure:' ." :.J :: AJlsh :I of the re, and.fto; have no inoretsap than'Oth1readtof.the .- '. shakes quality white asbyfree from bats t 4 ;. *
Advertisement. One-fourth of the whole : .face from each and splits, andall., other defects. .
this : corner, fitijpTi ;
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Btatk"'Walrnzt t '
quantity: required at ea h navy yard,must be de- -rn:7.' 'J'. ; :'t-I\" Cherry, ',' CjpressLocut t .c .bl contents .of.all the sap,to be excluded CLASS. 1.0. 7. S .-' 5. I -o)
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; limed on or before the 1st July; one-fourth on Whifcoakknees, (by !-s.iJet/.rinch..) ,' .1 'j TiTtfie measurement of the timber.. A proportion White Oak timber '& '
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; 4-ct c. .
per cubic
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:. .': foot.3000a u:
I W before tbe 1st September; one-fourth on or be- 600, Whit Oak knees, (or 4,500 sided. !inches,) of the above timber may: be hewed with cubic '
November and one-fourth be- SQQ.cubio, feet'Wb.itf'J\.shlbutLpiecesft ni a fair curve of(Tiriches brie of thestick.1 feet:hite oak pbri"stock-'perca.: r
t ftrtthe 1st ; on or the net'siding of one'third tp be 7 inches, the spring way ; :

t fore th<30th December, 1850. In case of failure net siding of one third,to be 8 inches, and.the 14 to 30 feet long, and to averageilS: ; hes diameter c4 ,, ..t. ? \a I blc foot ,5 5-, --' 5 5 5. : 11 4

i to deli vert he articles within the times and in net siding of the other third to be.O ncJiesj the I bark in the niiuvlletff'; the :sticks; 'c e:1r: of -: 'Th fOrditpliik'itocks" and promiscuous 10000 cubi6 feet white v oak'*promiscuous* '"timber"- J !' :' t

' projtortioiis specified the Bureau or the.se- arms te be in length's from 5 feet to' 5 leet'iiuU I ; none less than ,10 inches. ,diameter-per. timber" mus "be'felled between the .1stof per cubic foot. -.- .

I' feral comranudauts to have the right to supply' 6 inches; .the bodies to. De in lengths front 5}ito I cubic,foot. .' i < October and tli "lsi of: larcb,' and must have 2000.;eet 1J Inch white oak plant. per p ou: ,<: .

500 feet 1o\rJ., fisur Cherry.boards, one within 60 miles- th'e. sand feet; boiad measure. \ '
eficiencies! by purchase and the contractor and 7 averaging 6j' feet grown oft: sea coast } must i
in inch, t thick,,to average;1&itiches-r perithatisand.feet bestripped of the'bark orAewjedj i 2000 feet*I J inch white oak plank,*pe/ihout '.' 5
I lis sureties to be responsible twice the con- The bodies are to be'si to the diameter within 20 I ; {
J board measure. ? ,1.i > 3a5s'after it'is felled and clear of theground. sand feet,board measure.., ; .I J ,
middle ,placecl
tract price. the arm, the siding size taken at the of i: 1.: j J .
feet
20.000 feet.oardju ns re -W ite Ash 3000 inch white oak boards thousand .
Allihetimber,and other articles must be of the length of the arm, (clear of bark.) Three ; plank ,"per' : .:.
board .
best and subject to the diameter j is to 06 considered I 2.inches thick-pejc thousand feet, board mea- feet measure. ., r t. ...
the very quality, inspection fourths of the siding or sure. .: K: j .5. CI.issNo. 4. 3000 feet'3-4 inch white oak boards 'thousand .
an i measurement established for the government the,net siding of the knee.. per :_ : ;

f of the several navy yards,printed rules The moulding, size oft, body, in the middle 500 thick feet board to measure 14,:Cherry inches plank, 2 inches .' Spar timber.. The above feet"white, board oak"measure.plank stocks"tobein. Jf", ..,' V"1 .f! ?

which be obtained on application to the fits to be full and one-hulf: the net average wldo--. perthousand 3 sticks 1 ..
i may length, one feet'board uieasurev i ** ; yellow pine or 267- cubic feet of spar lengths not less"'thaI 35 feet, 'averaging 43 4 1
Jifr Jifferentcomnundantsornavy.. All said of the knee. ';. tUmber feet 16 inches .: 1 ,
I : siding 1.000() feet boatd. measure Black Walnut -.( ? 50 :long, parallel. feet,half to'equare 12 inches d half to square ." ; *.
I Umber.luinberand other articles must be e'nfirfiysitisracto'ry One-half of the above knees to be squnre! and bO'lr s 1 inch thick i ,,to )inches wide 3 yellow pine sticks.or 210 cubic feet'of spar 14 inches and upwards }at ;,thetoendftha .;* $?:
average
to the respective comman one-fourth to form from to' timber 45 feet '. ; .
eighty
an angle : -per; thousand feet/boardrneasure. long ,15 inches paralleLI sticK. They must be rough-squared; according : 5 '

thuits.Thewhitc ninety'degrees;, the remainder to HJl'lU mum- 1.500 .feet "board measure //Black; Walnut I 4 ycllowpine! sticks or 1,035 cubic feet of spar to the growth othe A-U re '-to haye_ no 1'* ,.jn'cx. 5ceeeing .- : : _.

I oak limber must be rough squared, gle fro,m ninety. to one I hundred degrees. boaras,1 'inch; .l thicky to Average, 14 inches wide timber,73 feet Io'iig; 25% inches 34 from 1$the width of tlieface of th 3 side, 3 :' r';'"

according to the growth of.the tree, to have no The' length of thearni to be measured from thousanl feet board measuroT: butt. : squaedto w v' th&bestqualityfrej"f :; V: tr

Imeexcce.lingoue-fourth the width of the face the,back of the. moulded the angles -per 4 yellow, sticks 722 cubic f et.of heart shakes : '1|
I body AS by 56b,Ife'et:Aboard measure ,Black I Walnut plank, pine or. spar wind shakes kivw, 'shor ( ... .
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if the si Jc cs squared. All the -yellow pine i given., 2 inches thick to average 14 inches% wide,-per timber. .65 feet long, 23 inches % .from crooks;-and allother! Ce ."- The cubical contents i.",i

$inibrr must be othe bet quality of long leaf 2d CLASS. I thousand L.feet.,:board, ,. liqt;: > 'S ,. of the sap shall be excluded in th 9'measure.. 45. .1
I jiv.grain, Soutliml yelloirpine.to be hewed to a board. measure.: ; boards 4'yelloif pino sticks, or 463.. cubic feet of , 1. :::1
fair and to'have thin Lumber r (Board measure ) per thou- ibjOpp'/cet; uieasurej Cypress iimb'er 52 feet 19 inches fronvbutt. x ,i'T., .
edge, no more sap one- '" .' ". 1 inoli' thick, froni-2d't-030 feet"long-*rand from long, 3 The "promiscuous trmbt Vein I '
:vlengbt {
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the breadth of thcTace from hcor : .4 sticks 334"cubic of .
u'gilh of :: e saflafecS yellow pine or feet spar :
. 8 to 12 inches wide- thousand feet board not less than 20 feet to 35 !
per average feet to
the contents of aU to excluded in theweaslremellt feet 18 inches from square'01:1
ner : 'timber-48 long %
; sap 1st 5-inch 14 inches
board and
2,000 feet, measure, quality meas'ire.. upwards s at the top endof. the '. i '
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of the timber. The oak must be butt.2yellow. (. :
,tclear: White Pine plauk. ;. 50 pieces,Yellow Loo Jt;'v froml12 to 25 feeilong stick-to average 17 inches. ,It mustbe ron h* .p.J
the 1st October and the of sticks 147 cubic 'feet of ;
Mlwl between 1st \
pine or
2,000 feetboard, measure, 1st.quality 4.inch and from 10 to 18 inches diameter, to average spar squared according to the growth of"the.''tree- ; toO, !$ ]]
March.'and must within milesof timber 54 feet 16 inches from
hiegrown sixty ik. long, 34 to have .
clear White Pine pJ. 14 inches diameter,.clear of bark .in the ,no wane exceeding thewdthof the '. "
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" the Sl'COlst ; must be stripped of the bark.oriewed 3,000 feet, board measure, 1st quality -inch middle of the sticks, or 575 cubic fee -per cubic but ., face of the sides as squar .d j! to be -.Q' itKe best : ; i
within after it i felled 14 sticks feet of / i : li
968
;. twenty days Pine yellow pine or cubic spar 'freefrom sh'akes "
clear White plauk. foot. '. quaJit heart wind-.shakes I
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in J placed clear) of theground: which satisfactory 3)000.feet. .board measure, 1st quality 2}'- G pieces Fustic, three ,feet, long and.5 .sixteen i .J timber, 72 feet long, 22 inches, parallel. bad knots,and all other defects, and the cubical '. d f: rf:
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c'idcncemust the sticks 874 cubic feet
begivcuby contractor yellow! pine ;or of-spar *
contents of the shall
, White Pine be
inch clear plank. inches diameter 17 cubic feet.- cubic sap 'Ccludedin the -
say per : !
, Ij ihe production certificates signed by twolcspt'Ctable timber, 65 feet long, 22 inches parallel. ., 1
2-inch measurement. -
feet board measure, 1st quality foot. rl*. "
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I 10,000 0 4
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I. witnesses, with their deposition oh All of the above Yellow Pine spar timber is, t/: J
clear White Pine feet board Cedar boards 15 1 .
plank. 1.200 The abovewhite
measure. oak plank: stocks and .*
oath 'to be of thi best free from beforesmejudg'ofthe' court qmilit-y heartshakes .1
or ,
. magistrate ; i :
feet board measure, 1st'qualityyz- to 25 feet long and from 8 to 12 inches.wide .i timber :
10,000 cuous must be felled, betweenrthe .
witliu the the wind shades and all other defects to be hewed ; 1st t' j
; township or county w where '
"' inch clear White Pine plank. : and jfaof.jm; inchthickr perr thousand- t ) October and 1 st March, and prast", haTA., ,
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fair andto have
. tanker was felled. ;to a edge, no more sap than 1-6 grown ; J44l.withiiI6O'mflesofthesea..cosst
.G.OOO feet, board measure, 1st quality l3'S board .m !IS'n-e. :_ .s! ,; : h.: I- ; 'i 5.All .-:: .
of the breadth the face ler.- mu.b.trip. .
Pcrotisofferiig for than must from ecich co ::4 1
mOl. one yard
. incu clear White Pine plahk.l :t he Ash, Cherry, &c,above'descriped to ? pd of the bark or hewed within 2Odjra .
tale ; Those pieces marked hW- fronV butt" for after I
and'disthict are
f separate proposals lOT lltf wpply: OOO feet board measure lEt'puulity .1. -: be,of,tha best_ utility clear of, rot splits : is felled and 1 : ; i'v
very q ,. : ,: ;yards and must be the same ..at the 'b'uttii lIt placed clear of the jpvund.CLASsNoiS. .-'to.! : .J' I
Ilk .
ijtoclz. keeping classes of articles Sr.Ift1lP, ; I :?
inch clear 'Cypress plank. shakes knots .;,worm bo1csst.aius',&c.Tbepliuikaiitl I
,cross gral ,. -. .
lined,full.to wards the end 'wjichcan be ?- -
l atenlrociiig tIle rr"01'1 fall the articles tapered : 14A
, quantity 'board 1st I-inch boards be sawed thickness S
quality to to
., ,Ilk class. The cosl ofeach" item.must bei di ; 1,000, h'cleiir, Cypress measure boards.; . : es. even: --' : off, the.large pieces to :44-. inches and the White5Pine S : .timber?, 4c.:, (board measure" >. :;! ':t: :
i t1Yc.lfricdout and the of each S ;smallest Ui-1 I linches-by the cubic foot. lu -i $
aggregate '
board 1st 3-inch per .
) 2,000feet. measure, quality CLASS No 4.> -u8a1idfeetl00 : t '
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: : .
|discorrcctly footed which is material; to a '. 4.
up, clcar'White Ash No. :.
plank. CLASS 5.
,
500 feet
4-inch clear white a '
4 !to.camyarison of bids. An erroneous exten.BW 1st ( Black,Spruce Spars :arid 'Pdles.- -1JJik '- i ; pins vUs f. .' : .
board
feet measure quality 2j -
.
2,000 seasoned 12 to .
16
SpruceSpars.. feet : I-
: or an erroneous aggregate will constitute inch clear White Ash plank. t.nch. and pole. tities. -equal' > qua.. # i
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t
uinformality, ;m 6.800 ; 30 37 feet 8 inches diameter in 700 feet 4-inch clear white i2 :
pieces long
J .v\x ,*'.. pine to:l
.fl.n"
:
etteusion of time for deliveries.under size > ;
:7' .any c1ear.Whit 'A 4 plank. ,: ; i he middle'5 i inches: teV at4hVtop ;end per spar ; :
;;'.attract will granted and penaltlcs (or non- Jinn ? 25 sparsi 50.feet long of .chesw.ldeJ'12to16feet1oDgjel1t. ... qtW1- '
2.:000 feet, board measure, 1st quality.! ,172-. ,clear of the bark -per inch'240 inch'ek a>; 1. spruce 45jto proportionate ,titles.'S _- *_. ?-l t
Uiluent will in all be enforced : 1i N.f ;
'J cases rigidly ; White Ash 'in -huif- SIZe perspar.: -
clear 'r
inch plank
; 40 35. feet .7: inches 'diame.ter'in 1,006 feet 3-inch clear white iO .
pieces long, ; pine taTS.lnches .
': therefore offer for' '500 inches 6 to 9 inches ; .
. Wdm-are, requested to no 20 inclua wide' spruce spars, % per :
i than "
not ;
., tQ.be: Jess : tbemiddlej4jinhe i diameterat !:the top end, wide,.12 to.1C feetlon-, equal ;

'f: iet arc tiOfied.than they are suretb.'can furnish. ..within 2.000 feet, board measure, 1st quality 1 u.*, clear of the bark-per Inch,.280 inches. '.' ::- 1inch.:- ., :I : r.'- .S .. ,' ,l< tities. i V :" ,' quan.,: *. I.: .: ,ar J

: : i inch'clear'White'Ash planlc'; onc;half4 ',30"pieces, :30 fcetlonginches diameter in .: ; _- CLASS, ,.No.- 'f.-' 2,0,00. j-irich,clearinches'wide.V12 -hitopiue,.12:to18 S : : ; :
9 price of all manufactured or sawed lum- less,than 2Q inches wide. .' :
to be not '
the middle 4J inches dianieterat. the''top 'end *- ': to'-'W feet 1on .
.
.l1"sk qiinJJ :
W? till' deterinined, 'iberl4c 4c.
be estimated and by .
;i l 3.000 feet, board measure, 1st quality 1-inch" clear of;the bark"perinchr 210'inches.? ;: ,S : quantities- 5'5 -h : ; # ?,I

s Sriineaure;1' the sqnare arid round timber.t clear White Ash boards. 40,pieces,.27 feet long,!U5 inches diameter in 4 4 ash togS. 14 feet long and 20 to 24 inches 1,000; feet 2-inch'clear 'white pinj- [:li to\' J p.-.' '

: 1thcrwjse peciti d, by.the "cubic foot, 500 feet, board measure,: 1st quality 4-"inch: the.middle,4duches..diameterat.thetopend, diameter, |308inchesJ per inch. -a I. 'inches_wideil, \1to,1I feet lohg,";equal'** f. !'; :

,lpproved sureties in twice the estimated ain Black Walnut plank. clear of.the bark per inch, 240.iuches., 300 inches round,ash timber, 20.t inches t' '=quantities! .. .- .
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the manner set forth in the 'form of 500 f'eet.. board:measure, 1st quality 3-ihch 100 pieces, 25 feet-long, 5.inches diameter in .dlnmeter, per lI.ch. ; .., : 3' 12,000 2-inoh'clear white piae; iJr't644Khcheswide 1 t. :. ;

: "f t4ract,will be requiredj nndten per cen- Black Walnut plank "-. the middle, 3%'inches .liauietei'atth5e t p'eijdt i 200 inches round ash timber, 24.inches. diameter ,'iartoTie feet. long"' 'eqsalquanti.ties. .. :. :.1

:: : in addition, will be withheld from the aRatof board measure. 1st quality 2-inch : : Inch .- ? 1 .;
1,000. Jeet, ,: : clear of.'the bark per inch, 500 in bes. ; per 0/ I ,
,). each payment as collateral security Bla k Walnut plank. 100 poles, 20 feet long,,4'incbeWdiithet i"in .' 20A inchei. d.'nsh.timber, 20 inches diam- I 1,000 feet 1 3-4 inch whitepine1'12to( _14 .f ; : I

, ftle.faithful performance of the contract. 500 feet, board .measure,' 1st quality.1U- the middle; 3 inches-diameter' at'the top end,:' 5' ? eteTiperinchr.. .?. '- J \., \ \l inches.widey12 to', ie'feetlo'ng' equal, .;: equantitleL : ?

3KJ per centum of each deliverywill be paid inch Black Walnut plank. clear of theibark-per pyle, by the. ij Je. ,. 1000 feet ash plank, 4 anches thick, 22 inches /*, '. ? ""'." :*- -) t.t. ... :: :':"

; *BmaTy agent within thirty' days after ;the 2,000 feet, board measure,' 1st quality 1-i 1ch' Allthe above spark to b&of the -very best' wide, board. measuYeyper 1000 teet. rt 11,000 'eetJ -t :dear: white'pine, ':ilto 14 .: ;

.r '*:-tttatioa of approved bills, in triplicate Black Walnut boards. quality straight'and'free from all defects: 1500 feet ash Iank,3341nchesthick, 21'inches inches. wide,, 12.to: 16 a feet long, equal ; .. 4;

., f tomandantoftheyardat which th'edehvc1t't1D3de. :BRObCiYN ;' I wide, board'measureL per100,0 feetE: quantities. :'" 4.
, NAVY YAEl : :N T. l S -v ; :
62,500'NAVY; S .. ,, 1500 feet ash plarik, 33(inthes'thick, Ojhcheswidejnboawrineasureper 10O, O.'C'- hc1ear white pine, 12" "to,14 5 ;; S -Jl
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, *' iy offer must be accompanied by a written YARD CHARLESTOWN, MASS..CLASS" '; CLASS' Novi.Live .. :, sb- 1000 feei. ", inches wide,, 121. to.1C .tm: bug equal*' .
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. p"rtty,(the responsibility ofth'e guarantor or Oak timber, Iby't( the-cubicfoot.! ) 2000 feet ash plank, 3 inches) thiclq; (inches quantities. ,; ". "- ..' .' .. '. :. .
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j: *ZOrp to be certified to.by a agent or' : S ,No. h' wide "J 4 lr Q9 :. .
navy boarU\iineasnreper1000'feet.t fe4.1.inchclear.hUe '
rf : ; ; | plneI2to. 4In. Iz :
& ; Ptiqpon,or by some one known(tothe \White Oak Timber; &c Live- Oak" Xeelson'pie'ces cr:a $rigeoftbi.t.C18s -1500. feet ash plarikj '3 inches thick, !,(iriches.i f.c 1nde 12 to 16 tee lonr .1
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f.C 't. Utj'if; the offer be accepted, tl bidid nk'stocks" to twp wide, board'measure,-p er'1000 feeVISOOYeet 1 t tihe1:1. ,,' .s. Hi"JJ.. oc:" !f
WhIte'Oak''pl I 'ft. .
cubIC'feet '
; .
: !. ders will,within five days after jthe reWfte 40,100 lo.oe 24'pe2Jeet4O' : p'g, 1 74Qcubic'feet.t, }, ashpIfitriKi; 2%5 inches thick20: inches 4OOO, -feet 3-4 inchclearwhitepineI2: .
average fQrJy-threJei Ceet.in'Jeugt.hnone .2 1q.,3 do's 175V :don rfi'ij: '. I l1
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contract at the post office designated; l.L% ; wide board measure lOOO'fe'etl .IU; ;1 JtO 16t: et t .
less i1p1 ,
.than- JI.eqi
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2 fess than, thirtyfive long, and none 2 25' do. i4 ,. ido ; 1i
.
: t tie same with good'andfsufficlent'surethe Vip ,'. ; : J jT'"tfor !12000 feetash plan2inklieihickJi Taches ''quantities. fl' ,- r
: :.i -c\ square'at thefop'excI, clear roftThe do. 22 do : .. : 'jJ
:! J BBsi articles proposed agreeably to twelve 2 'nps'v.'da5J0, 0 {t wide board ::9 > eet -inch clear white' :28I4'p. .
measure, % fine
ptocks.to'be lined etrhbesi'ding : "d14 : per,lp.Q lee,1! Ofn ; : : : :; :
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d'dy- 70"M .
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; ? ,-specified in this advertisement. and wan be have. IQ : '1000 feet ash plank, ;inchesthlck, Ojrichea. inches :widey 12 toZf ;feet flpnff. equtl.ijfj : t
l and may straight, or Tobe.stded 20 iricnesia mQurded IS'inchea.isixl : ;
&J be embodied in the' ontra t. "'Th'e7st way, U i 'way both sides' ii4 tbe! ; wide board ineasure"per'; 000 fee. jU : ,, quantities.-' %* 5"i-r. A'it. i. ., '
': .sl; the consideranotyaccompariied fufrIcUrVCthC E:cgrthes p'icesi3i4eie&Li; form two. ash inches :ibo .
:4 1846, forbids, \ 12000 feet planIj34 hjckl6)ucheaJ feet2-inch.merchantable"wniteTpine, 14t :
., 1UIPJ'OP bj such ,lied,tapering :eonformitytree. \ Wth-lthergro1TtlF exceed I pieee .'ob" ,w" ecl'q18: tnclesdng: iu4: wide,board.measure,'-p'er\.100 feet" *" t "l- feet arid.upwardsin length.. ':
must ribf r4
- % ': of the IWtddl'otih't The wane (faeofhe ,t : Rs..JnB'on. ',','ihctijmouia.ed i_ ,',iietuimensi6na'n' :f allowr r''lOOOfcei'aSnpTi Ji k 'S wchesihick Stinc i 10,000 feet 2-inch: nVeechaatable. whitejiae.; "-. : :* : :

,,ijc.ary.$ -- cautio to endorse: ;fot rln red of'tl c btQfoot l '; { .. u: fl,1 'ance h'eart'lof is mad,the pfd'l piece t tnebLthepiou1c1wa71.atth& piaibe taken out ifdeenttiethem :n ( wide'bodzI sure,'; eir 49P0 fee t.i &f f feltand.upwards In lengthf" : f' ,v-", ". ..

ers'-B above required,'.that they may ,ow S **** per" feet 1yhite,9ak.butp3ces inerent .. *'* -/'* .yvV 'jjJTi .vi;*! .f lSOOfeet. ;asn'plank, 2 indhe thickj inches. '10,000,feet 2rnch'merchantablewhittpinVl4--', :'. .' :
,
j'. 1flguishd from other business letters, in 4"000 cubic i2 'ttl(4d feei: io 1itZddl f'rdm't4'fd1 J t9P fW\rJi\ -wA-sfrfti e,;board nieasurerperdOo.O feet. ,, -'- -feefand I upwardsin th. : -'. 1' .r' ',
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!:: Jrpent their-being,ppAe4Jiefoce"the', lengths 1tdni proportiozsdfthe di1t'.i It feFR ceP? s. t nl1e !\ "'UQ fa 1ti :'2000. feet ash plarikt 23i,inches thick/J.5 inches' .1 tOO 'f t1 9oc\.Io.%. ,' 16e e&I: ; ;, : :.
.Iv" x 'rte. inchessqu nAqual 'T J.t 6a.HkjBqlsonjpieqesf;for frfiio<)pof war.i of' :1 wide''bU'n" r-.Tti'lJ'jUC 'i.l fO'O'ifeet. S.- 12 feet long12: 15 and 20 .. '
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t lengths an3fa7fXfy5Shl\ Jl4ulWhUeTOa'ktktiees ;the ol4 3y-threesets) a follows, .4:111.1J i13ineh s5 1TJ5CQj.Al u.nt ti rr.J L r- ; .,,. t !... '
, J' not made in'siricl. oririiity1'iith:. for-'cheeks; ((say430 si- (,; }ij ( ; l 2otcJee! ash2660 'ilnt,i2htathic, 4,300 -., ,.: ; i:
?tZement S : J8 jiepes.39r.ieet,:1O7IcAbio feet.fC 1:, ld eti I' 2mercJ ant bIe Albany plankpeis -
\JOatd msuprIDOG i
in ]
f-- every particular; l.b.ei. inch;)It.her bodies and arms-mr. t I lU {t3f.o > : p1atk. ; :
,. fci'nfonnaL Those' wh 8e, offers are dinginchBs.tp: 6 'do 33: do 408 tlo. } 'rit.JI feet ash plaukj:2inclie3thicki5'iriche3: : ; t..; ;a.4t bordsperbarL' .
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"contracti4fithoptdelay be frpm.ei2ht W enie.1qug plett,iing.foiniinto' 3.1lQfj: 21 t-d.Oi; l30 eIdori'I f.f 'wide lro ie --: I ,., ) I .' :
' ", Mtt.beduly :! nblifieaVand; 'Incnes and to'forml'n ang e.1fozd t' : : sucpcr1OOGfeet. .c. .s'PJo .. v II._ '\
twelve1 : ; '
; 3 do 20 do 124 dott.tm '2'i lc1ies\ithi t t ; : 0 I
t
, | "* f feet sh 11i ; s1oo '
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- Tbd : btf' IIt2000 j\1f
bodieg to i/i 'U1Jni '
p. : t tlJl i.m
LPfferi, : (tdlrtd1t6deslgnatethe.I 11Oto12Oilegree&1i .inlu4iii .. 1.To be 8ided7l6t ;,5incbjesBndimoulded'18inches. t !' l'd !'b rd x e'. ;1 f1000T 3mi t, <: b"0.. ..3.\1'' > -* .o,: ,. .. t; .1;. t

-Y.ufift in M\V_ T,_hich'ibei' detO, f ad."Nna *, 'r ughEiI4 to the.Th'Aial1ete' Of..the pms(1 ,I. iJ( -J Each of the pieoe )s:intended to form feetah l nkc2I rnbhes tht k. h 8 :12 tons, r2,2 oibS;of IiguaniTit' Dl7i iridJani' f .'S

the 'natj ,ept} l:h ,J I'_; l the bark e uiuutumjj 'IZ\ *r wnihetnddle'oMhei5lMigthsiO'befcfrom- ? ."wo pecjes.t5'ww. :J,4 "'.Inches 'siding and 6 ) .wld t1xiBdJDie t P' i' bb f t .t : rUOO -4do. do5,,- ...,'d-.I.rr' '!" ',.::10'1' 11._... ".do... "I.t ._'_ .- ..
. allow tt a8k plAiik'2tniches t hiCt; 1aiies 3 ;.do a Ld d13 :1
s moulding nett dimension : o.6" y
inches
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1tJore ? ; (' [ sAbJ.terinch. ;: ) _._- J :,
C Leento tweninches-.jpe5. : i -- v/i 4 doofe ,do'da: ; t' doiltdl2' .
t ,. lh ln de of 6' inch ii 1i.moulding :J' per/A yuwei ; : ; dogs0y. ji
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FORM OFjDFJWABHWGTON ; .. ,
seboajafaeasure : {
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4J t. t. it: II hl .thebe$4fthpiec% ali Aenothlr4eeuilt .2000 feet> ches t l .i inchesi 34, doi5 do1, do .do9co1ado. : j; f. .: .J
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sldizf
8001 ;
t.y184L'w t 2 \Yhlt J OAk.b tk e ,csa"'l .. f top i'W"th e"J ontr ct r1' "ll1"1i I; ? WIf'( "b t4\1 fl If''tIl f e' 'i. : 75 'do.'do" 'doi-5idG"-8to8j' .do ( ; j

Itr' *agree to: furnish and'deliver at' inches t'1'f-.armS.not 1 .lthaulou "inch... t d't.:3.Utcr d14 .th }wit1iftfer fQ'tl if1 rr b e1l iiiH;:', .1 oo-r*"t U MftftVMI "fmm di 1h J cK 'TesVidle"boardteeastjrfcper 4 'do 'd \d 171 .do. .: ; 5- f F 1'
,' j 1 of the barlc d flue arms POD do do." do'. 6 ;c
Clear lat1 4 0 to
7"11'd U' -:--,in oonformityilh 'chi fThw I t All'the !t !d'.ti e kt 1i;'lNbrt: k lQ.oo'reet 61JiM t ;' 1J
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14'. nt&'of,.the'adv: tilement'from .t 09 0vw ICIHr VwM>t1U1'etWdtb"**7r o .-shall have grown ,not note' thantwenjvi4ilM ,& QOOfe t'jw ,planT Jn hi\j l&V1181168 4 do 'tdo'r', d d w l..l.-cro. : l & :.

5I CtConstructiouquipmCntjflan4 'dti&f; the'holB nunjtep ft kt squjire' DelR ft''. j t Q''M1. 1r b1 e1.r l i ,,1..41 wide, board. iea8ure114* feeL: To_bei1th'bes4uiU rj or.StiD goLfg 1 i :, "

to* Dt-o e13th Ji e 184g 'the ra1tt.rJ., TOuS net&sidzfl. ,# f- ''a.SI: f..f 'd fects H1i Y mpn r't lg'' 1tii't tor 1500 feet ash'plan lc, '3L cliesthio1 Inch'ewide1botd numv iftoo,40.be straight and sound,and frwfromchecksand [ ::
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l'W 1.Oa1tt 3 feet I"
&-.l--orf: t &b y & 1000 feet nit less than long "
,enumerated in (c and from all the purpose for which it is required ; to be got measure per r I'
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; :. I : .. feet ', -,
p TOfcough Hickory b *,l5 feeOontyto square / "feetlonfctlSO, ,
.;4F :\ 3 inches foot above tatU* v T ,-'ificdlaneousboard' measure" perjUoufV 4_ _e-, eachjL 2T 4luches bick12 IncheS.

'- : ;100 rough Hickory bars, 6 feet long, to'squarer r *- : ,. -- :- *-! *'.) r v ide, gfectlong134feet.2pi .-. AcK8Or V1lT 1NEc 184ittanhoUpce.

4 3 J inches. ces, ecC4knCb.tUCki! %,ln.hesi favor
7 : seem to it. k few dtiySZ
rUtWii' .1 .. I "Vi' All U fee split straight from the best .quality .500 sup. ft. I-inch Yellow Poplar panel: d& ,'wide8ceePn&Q4 J:2.--4 ****** i V: r fWot CL91
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':* 500tt_ 2 do BlackWalntt dde Inb tMk12'inches.iwc1e c *
PP eac1rlece'34s
: of white heart hickory, free from knots and all --S. 2 plic
5007 "<: ifdo dbT :d dooot. ds! .
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etherdefeets., / ?':r' ;fee;longs SEpI a *
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be straight gra1ncdCle5Y -
4 ;: -. -.; -- jCypress, (board'measureij) "50b i do do o t1f- : $ '- ..t.thedeath gunpowder and whisk. wi

itL 3,000 feet of Cypress boards inch thick.'; 7hewh6I 1bii1 sndnea d : re'iedt

,opo. rdo"' do.: 1U! do greeably the pHMed rules Itoued by,th>BV. d "
'read, a copy which Will be furnished bidders 000Tfeet ofi"pank/iinches thick to be 12 in ptI VhcGFHndPrajfje? 3d" ll
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BldckWalnutt boardmeasure : f
; ,.. h ( *,.)' per-"* one by the commandant of the Nary Yard, Washington '\; ,cheg and Wfrds iii bDCadtb' : 'Nnsh ,IIeOi the'13Ih"inst.for'th., LCI fri tionsar r iM *.:iK> f t**,>< I JfrJJKsHi*H' %
u,b1 ,nTth.edfeet. sim. i-t-.i I.t *i VH i lr* & $ n owBtibkriS
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s > stz 'I 00 .c bid
';'i'i' ,. ., t 900 fee 4 x.4-inch black walnut,joist, good, .MAVJT ..TAEDf-XSOSPOET. ,!TA.r ::4i ICt 'a hqrt 1ietends1iothhig geod'r
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;,'; ; and dry. T T ... 7--=5200 ; .' *j-- ::1: 1'oOo do do t do -" ne5s;'' A 1'p I:
feet 4.Incbb1ack walnut plank, good and ; '* !"? :Yvi TTO be If 18 ana 20iacnes wwe, equn, .'.j7-z-: ( .- 4 .

; e dry; 12to16 feet long, 13 to 18'inchea White*4-. IT"*Oakd2pd&f.'foot*" i .4. .$L'- ;pw rons'o7eftblii by'tfie.S J.r'V J.. ; rnaa,, ..dsttinguizfie ;:p

;t1 ... ,wide .. cubic feet.White : ISjIt { l' l-'c..z.-;JUV *' **; 'rather4drthebrillMfltCbUt'I
'
'd .- u : 30,000 Oakplanketocks, > f 'V &s iw ,,,
"
!? 'Lr VT&
1, : ? 400. feet SJ-Inch black walnut plank,'good and 1,000; 'doL'T;;ds ; promiscuous timber.To Jickory'Jhaudspikeisfjeaeh Li41 'V 0 feet.uinllength/a wjfe -acterolfils cOuntry -e.:

i k dry, 12 to 16 feet long, 12 to 18 inches be'fongh, squared;;*from.3Q. JO feet ih : -- j'j ." rfliTK.GoLD'ofcrUr-oisriiESfl
tiebuHVndandaot
r.3; Hide. length, to,!RTerage 40 feet,in' length,.and not.to t- v 4 inches square at> er pnalicjuef : 7 !t
inches the maH eadiw.'To H
'
at i
r 500 feet 3-inchblack walnut-plank, good and; be.less than 14 inches square at jEmull end.tf tf it-less thap 2J will fail to i a sjiir
*jttf .beblffeirfidfor by hepiecei ttoittf-1' emen.tsV ,, not inspire -
.
.; 3ii .' ..: 'dry, .12 to 16 feet long, 12 to.18 inches FfAiVe OoAr i/i'istuff.jr Caps and tres -.4 ; 1' ,kIcwn1.r&YaI! ogol4(:
,. .; : v wide. rV: "WitbTsorrow those :wbo jreserence a '

*. (:I ,300 feet 2inch black- walnut plank,. good tie trees. f f IIiJifii( | $ {nto! 'this-country"

tIt; I and dry 12 to 16 feet long 12 to.18 inch ; '. J
# : 10 pieces, each piece 21 feet in length, 16 inches aneci)1AI.prop hi'of'th .4 -q.-f.-g' t4i" ,. .
; 3 tonsLignttQ\yit et .. ,
r wide. ; ; -
; SI
wide 10 inches thick 232 cubic feet. jY--
or ,.diametei ViTix ; .7 -ti9j
3'46J;
: JdfoUowing ,
coo feet 2-inch black walnut plank, good and 10 pieces,,rach piece.19 feet,in length .14 inchi e6ndStswhich' i4
,
'
? and 10,inches.-Sf Ta:be.free of shakes" moment jto enlarge upnl i j
dry, 12 to 16 feet long, 12 to 18 Inches es wide; 9 inches thick, or 162 cubic feet. : -defectsl-t' t-1'3 ; total camount '81,362,300the
r: wide. 15 pieces each 17 feet in 14 inches fr ..rents, crackaandall other l. were conferred' npoaistheiJnioi(
piece length, In :
r's.;' c ; 100. feet l* ;inch black walnut plank, good wide,.8 inches thick, or 200 cubio feet -. NAVY ThRD, PENsAcoLA br his" -- -- ent- '? ; t ttds

'. and dry, 12 to 16 feet long,42 to 18 inchss 15 pieces, each piece 11 feet in length/13 inch r c:4iisl. : gvn *the v amount._ .,of_v individuals_ _, o
fcanvassaW '
-
: wide es wide, 7 inches thick; or 120 cubic feet. WiieiOkrQi the cubic-foot.) prejudice .nreivrstlH: top:>rife to J. i m
; 100 feet I 1-2-inch black walnut 'plank, good _

..' ? and drv. 12 to 16 feet lone. 12 to 18 inches White Oak or Hickory small; butts,, for .2O0' cubic feet best quality white plank- -- --'--- ..,.v, >- Jtr Tl'tfUl**.-***<*' V .-'**,* rfc -lw'T.. 1'Ue '

c.4iz- s, wide. Cooper* tt- stocks, to average forty-five feet long: ano-none and his remains'should'. sleep undtsturb'ed .
i ISO feet iinch black walnut plank, good leas than thirty fivel'eet long}' to square from, : apf'j

r2''a; f I;: : t;': And dry, 13 to 16 feet long, 12 to 18 inches 4dol4 4 pieces, SO feet in do'length,"by the do Ieee. thirteen to fifteen, laches, and average thirteen TA l>%y' 'brawis% "X *** -.fellow" ""}citizenji.-rr-j< '"* held.at .VYood& GoxVHotd, oa tie etOration
v"V4t "
1: # wide. at ends. ,A' ,
top ,When'longa-years hae rjpassed
iJ ; ; 4do 10 do ; away
dp '
-
400 feet.1-inch black walnut boards and : A'N.
good ,.
,
*
': 4do 6 'do do1 and ihe'torese'nf S and the
dry 10 to 14 feet long 14 to 24 inches feeneraiidn. : fi8v8UCc reading of the
a ':;' wide, To be not less than 6 inches.at the small end, YeJl wjine. Timber,. (by the cubic Joot.' */ >*,': ;- 'U 5c A-J' V'-.V '::**' -? | Independence
equal quantities. Annonncex tha
;
$
ed then
byanother the
i -i>* and clear of knots and straight grained. cubic feet may characterj
-2,000 fine-grained long-leaf yellow-
400 feet jinch black walnut boards, good and wilT take place at the Cbttrt
V/J5T''W !f'.jr dry, 10 to 14 feet long, 14 to 24 inches 5,000 white, oak barrel staves, ,usual sizes, by pine plank stocks, best quality, length not less of Mr.* FOLK. bethe properly estimaled and Howefilt ,
-1- :: ; H1 -IJvrf'ii''f-r- '-" VA'i < E ib .moWaijjfb1fl&nt&i
: .wide, equal quantities. the-thousand. than lhifty.fi feet averaging forty-five feet; ithe: I lia Hr
fV
: may glorious. successes flhis -i 53Jil
::t : :. ISO. feet J-inch black walnut boards, good and Cz&MNo.2. to square from!twelve fourteen' inches, and ; : : Tjhe pratwaw l be delif er'i vr bj ftljffi

ttT4'h -, : F, dry, 12 to 13 inches wide. White Pine, -board measure, by the thousand average. thirteen. 'top end.- *' : ' Jr country be 'ttribute'd-'tobIs, determination "Kj q,5nd71i-'ReeIsrstion'
.900 feet black walnut veneers, 3 feet long. feet. CiiisNo 3. ': energyand his devotion toj ":iL.'tji -

ji .. CLASS No. ii.a 5,000 feet of plank stocks, to be from'35 to (0 Lumber, (board measure,) per thousand the ITnon ****'** 1 r* &J.Z J J.M a P'-.i. 3.- .

Mahogany, (board measure,) per one feet in lengthto average 45 feet in length, 1 .feet,... .' July
not to be less than 14 inches at ; .:

k hundredfeet. email end square. 20,000 inch feet thick.best qualitywhite-' pine boards. 1 tklyCeIcbri'Udn'lt uAv thtintt1epubfl ijjtcb

; .I : f 120 feet 31-inch mahogany, 10 to 14 feet long, '4,000 feet plank, 4 inches thick. 10,000feet'.best.quality' white 'pine plank; 1J ;' 'i.rthe' ':-'' .

12 to 16 inches wide, equal quantities. 5,000 do 3 do -
9 ::+;' j ::. 100 feet 4-inch mahogany, 10 to 14 feet long, Susquehanna pine; no plank to be under inch thick rt; ;. SONS OFOTEMPERAKCE
; 1 12 to.16 inches wide, equal quantities. 12 inches wide. i0,000feet'best quality" white pine planklj' &. with t "* fr;? '* ,for a:pablic'dinner on the 4ti&f. ft
Inch thick.'*; ."'fo *: nile the: ctizensofJaksonvi1e
i. .100 feet 3-inch mahogany, 10 to 14 feet long, 30,000 feet plank, 2 inches thick,' l.'l ij ftJilr V< 'y'Vx; U-J l ; feet best quality white 2 inches
&e 10,000 pine plank
,
s : : 12 to 16 inches wide, equal quantities. 30,000 do li do thick. **, r* in' :celebrating-' ithei" apprbachihgsf Anhiv i.
-. .; 150 feet 21-inch mahogany 10 to 14 feet 35,000 feet boards 1 inch thick '. *
,
,
: f long, 10,000 feet best quality white pine plank/2, inches .yersary ofAmerscan. ,. Independence. |e4ta.a.ct. as.Chamiuui and James.
.3WV'--; 10 to 24 inches wide, equal quantities. To be of the usual breadth Susquehanna thick. ., '< '< fc/ '/* J' JtV V> *" ', j Wi.Bq

1&tfYJ ? 1 :- 200 feet 2-inch mahogany, 10 to 14 feet long, pine No. 1, or,first quality.{ feet 1 inch? best Services will commence at 11 o'clock, Esq, Secretary i .
juniper quality
10,000 length
riV< 'f/- 10 to 24 inches wide feet boards inch"thick ; i'-
the .
be of
equal quantities. 20,000 % to tattbe ot
> to be 16 'width AM n1iie th.
iw from 12 to feet from 10 hur (rotnbAcIi
r : 100 feet -., > -ri '
1-inch mahogany, 10 to 14 feet long, usual breadth, Susquehanna pine No. 1, / ; t t'i 'rNP.n'v .VKvi/- ? 'fts'meeting

tK-fc:: ... 10 to 24 inches wide, equal quantities. or first quality. to 14' inches. place .there'tvi1I & r. --procession .--- jfi/, upon% *M- *- motioa' 1-' *thefolloirioiB**. t* -- -.%,, JT n i4,

-V: V .: r 200 feet li-inch mahogany, 8 to 1.2 feet long. 15,000 feet plank, 2 inches thick, : *-K""f'htni.the ./r : sfe-JE f'IBP iiT gentlemen:were*appointed by,the fchaittQittee

. ..jJ4 ? one-third 12 to 15 inches wide, one-third 15,000 do 1 do Hard Wood PlanK and Boads, *( oard to>S ,< ,, :i-1. -;u East-...- J-.WJ. of_ ,-,aystreet.vnere- ---p. of HrrangemtDta for Jhe ot'aawot ?vJW

: I L1 18 inches wide, one-third 24 inches wide, Usual breadth, Susquehanna pine No. .- j a dinner will be prepared -for* their re8FW WJonesJ $
equal quantities. 2, or second quality. $ $ 't i: 41 '** "-Jit15J/ -- / *
E?' 230 feet 1-inch 1500 snpeetchenj'boa4e I inch thick 12 iresuen,1 c a&nay L Yan1erpff
mahogany, 8 to 12 feet long, CLASS No. 3. ; W3hebM sM
.
't i'. I one-quarter 12 to 15 inches wide, < one- 'long,'12 to 18 inches wide. : '; The Ladies'!and Gentlemen from the p Bryant.rf '-

TllXMS:ti-" "* ? '.' quarter 18 inches wide, one-quarter inches -' Southern Yellow Pine, by the,cubic foot. 100.6' sup.feet black walnut, 1 inch thick' ,12' feet *.*' 'L !tf4-l. 14 %Hy''! jSi'T":: ssz Oo rtnotioQ of Mr.'Taylo/it

V.K.: wide, one-quarter 24 inches wide, equal STEAMERS. 'long, it" to;18.inches 'wide. *m' country_ M' >;are-!>. ; '.reaped- A >fuliyv*. -* invited i>, *< U.J to.i i at? ld1th'

f:7hT- ; ::; : J ,;' quantities. 45 beams, 45 feet in length, to side 13} inches ,500. sup. feet' St. Domingo mahogany, I Inch, tend.' It.,is also hopedlbat the Ludies,' aLL' ha'.l.: --); $) .-
rH-i-iv. I. : f ISO feet Jinch mahogany, 10 to 14.feet long, and mould 15 inches and'10 to 12'feet'long15 tb'20 inches grane vbor/itS tfclock.p.in,and tlutrij Hicitiiens
cubic '
:: '. 15 20 inches 2,925 feet, wide. ;-; OJ -' ** to whomageheral welcome! is here ?
to wide \ '
equal quantities. jiv tthtOwn'be '
1'Vif.i{ 40 beams, 45 feet in inTiCed to unit*
v length, to side 12 inches -
: "
fc "
? -n"r? *d L t *J 100 feet J-inch mahogany, 10 to 14 feet long, and mould 14 inches, 2,100 cubic'feet. 500 sup. feet StDbmingo"ahan j 3 inch, en, .will, by,, grac'iiig, thert Iab1evitI I festivity: <
't > ,
. < '-t'ri v I ; 15 to 20 inches wide, equal quantities. and 10 to 12 feet long, 15 to 20 inches -ft'*** j: -TY'iJi'-js jS.r 't-.i
J5% --: 900 feet 1% and 2-inch 10 FRIGATES. wide: : "" their theirpresencetez1iyr.thoir Onn&o
> mahogany, to 14 : ..
.' X ; r Vt. I. n- iJ ? yiii-?\ .jr -'
il--'x: j4::: r feet long, 15 to 20 inches wide, equal quantities. 10 beams, 46 feet in length, to side'15 inches,p CLASS -No.-- 5.- f to .the cause of, Temperancei aTraagements-weje structedinTil4 ttt A.tendance

: ft: : :. ; -. and mould 14 inches, 670 cubic feet White JlihtOar Rafters and. sh'Logs.jft t The City'counciyWdsonsrand _. ot.C."Dew1EqEJitorbttbe3' $
10 beams Odd-
"L : 100 feet assorted mahogany, crotch veneers, 3 45 feet in length, to side 15.inches, ---- -*: *T -f :&: ..: : feet long. and mould 14 inches, 660 cubic feet. 25 oar"rafters, :fitst quality,"18 feet long,'to'be Jbellows V- = are ,invited?a ;.- t" to-a.i)7.join i4.znthe'ce1e.*" : ; > ub1cTeieedng;

: 900. cubic feet African mahogany, in the log, 4 beams, 42 feet in length, to side 15 inches, 4 inches square in the. looms, 450.feet in allby / .
4t a :: not less than 10 feet long, 26 to 30 inches and mould 14 inches, 245 cubic feet. the foot <-t bration iniregal ia r'oc'dtherwis thewdjuui'neda

: square, 10 beams, 47 feet in length, to side. 17 inches, 25 oar rafters, first quality, 16 feet long,"4'' inches "c.nq *tuM rrtrt fc.'iaFrormthe

: ;;/ CLASS No. 12. and mould 15 inches, 825 cubic feet. square in the looms400 feet mall, by '
111 4 10 beams, 46 feet in length, to side 17 inches the foot. rhckdniiUeJ n iS49'C'

Fl 1 &* ? : Maple, (board measure,) per 100 feet. and mould 15 inches, 815 cubic feet ,p 25 oar rafters, first quality, 14 feet long, 4 inches : xcitemenl kicked t Up'by (-t,iA pL'i, '' I h .

MV4i: :: 100 feet Maple Joist, 4 x4,3jx4, and 3x3 5 beams 45 feet in length,* to side 17 inches,p square in the' looms, 350 feet in all,by our..neigbbprIb fhe Repubiichnm! | relation j'- ';"- --

.b. inches, equal quantities. and mould inches, 371 cubic feet the foot t :

% I A .25 feet Maple Veneers, 3 feet long, assorted. 10 beams, 44 feet in length, to side 15 inches,I 25 oar rafters, first quality. 12 feetjiong inches to the approaching "Foimh", wea'nticipaife'YastJ '. i.'IJ
: and mould 11 inches 550 in the looms! 300 feet in all .5j ; '
'. cubic feet. square by
Cedar
= > board the ,His.ExceIlency-i1Gov.-AIoSelcyrbi .
measure Jtf. ? consequences.ia ; (
per l .
patriotism
10 beams, 42 feet in length, to side 15 inches the foot; L ''* "- .
: 1000 feet Cedar Boards, 3 inch thick. and mould 11 .inch s, 520 cubic feet ,,. 6 oar rafters, first quality, 28 feet long, to-be: and, :chivalry of our country.No .- 'just" .-- *>"- ;l "cius'1i- -'*' 'of v names A- V yppoifltwjj. .***-* !1
; ; : 5i ;;;' -a O; <
t1\r
'
.1 Cherrv. (board measurt':4 .} 10 beams.40 feet in lensth. to side is 51 inches sduare inthe looms:the blades less, than ..tnreftiPunircfiDin'nerij.nrpin .by ..hitnto;attend: this Convenliou to bt
: ,' P and mould 11 inches, 500 cubic feet to be one-third the length of the rafters, '
; : :. 100 feet Cherry Plank, ?J-inch, 12 to It inch. The above beams to be fine grain Yellow Pine and 7 inches wide and 2 inches thick at the- active operation-distinguished, as Jiefd on the4tKof4JuIy. ; fat Me apl
. es wide, 10 to 14 feet long, equal ,: 1' ''; \ii" "" *' -; '."**y<: *'''
quantities. to 44 -
6 inches in blade end in p -
I q; : spring 45 feet 168 feet all, by the foot told 4tL
: ..: 100. feet Cherry Plank, 2-inch, 12 to 18 inches 20,000 feet Yellow Pine plank stock, to be fine bash logs, 12,to 14 inches,in.diameter, and l& >ve"are by'the several names of *-. ;,Ttie6bject. ofit .
wide 10 i" '
to 14 feet "F'r '
-
( 100 feet Cherry Plank. long Ij-in'cb equal, 12 to quantities.18 inches grain. feet long,,'(per cubic foot130, cubwfeet; 'u the "SilVer Forks j the J4SpnsofTem; ,ti n is so ?'4 c
CLASS
No. 4. '
k wide,. 10 to 14 feet long, equal quantities. CLASS No. 6. perance- ?'.,.riftj.Jip. .-i jlttst, i' thoagfi._ ,*hoileast., ;unnecessary .iornake. any
? Southern -
100 feet Chen/Boards, 1-inch, 18 to 24 inches Yellow Pine, (by cubic foot') WMte Oak Knee1 (perszded znch :the Red Republicans". 'Asthejlatter t. i v ** othertfiafe xtest'ih&,hoe'thit.ri "
I. wide, 12 to 16 feet 't a 4.$)
long
I;: 100 feet equal quantities. .'aS 25 knees, sided.7 inches,arm 4 to 5 feet, body 5 'r ;- '1 t c'

i . Cherry Boards, 3g.inch, 18 to 24 inches 4.t i!, t> 7 feet in length,175 inches.i n.25 .- ." public, apoia1eO1nr

1 wide, 12 to If feet ,.G.. a !
'
100 feet Cherry Boards long, equal quantities. 3o *. a-*'Q_. c.#, _- knees, sided 6 inches,.arm 4 to 5 feet,'body.5 spirit': to invite-the gentlemenp of the '
: %-inch, 12 to 18 inches Half E"f to 7 feet,in 1 *-Jii i* t < t4LtttJ'1i 4uii': Lt-fl.3 'JF &Aouinwestern
150 inches, ,97' IN
yards. length, tf v4 t *<& V3iVJVt iffSj'i A A'i
: 100. feet wide, 12feet long, equal quantities. :j ; io3 c O 25 knees, sided inches, arm 4 to 5'feet, body ilfress, ,.VJ we-* expedt to.eihtbit, r*the\ 4,#. 4 jight'of- I, --- : ,btatewl)1- : ). '-bejar' JI,
Cherry Boards a
; ': I (' wide, 12 feet long J-inch, 12 to.18 inches a M 3.5o E ..- -co.2 ,'-, 4o.7feet* in length, 125 inches.* ui>ic> ii 'tour- cduniena'rticet'itmder the" ** GrapeAvKnii ptsented. n4"iyetrust irom ue'W
equal ,
quantities. M None to r 'z&t' 1ft: Tf.alpLpq.riha :
than 3 Vi"Pr !
f 2 varyamore : degrees from asaaiKteBfttf t YOpa
l- 2 aright &
: : J2 Jeetheri7 Joist, 4 4-inch, 12 feet 33 .. pubj1totDc0111.
long. .
ttV. :; ,.: : 150 feet angle, '- ,:June 30-Uwtl5Aug.i ; .
Cherry Joist, 3J x 3J-inch 1680 cubic ft., *- 'i* i 2
: 12 feet long. or t'-We understand that Florida 1uVis' r. ? !
'
. b :., 3000 feet J and 3.inch White wood Boards, 14 1 each J ., shatiriord; r to wind njay j4* Tqw w1iir
2x. ;
q': to 20 in ches wide, (board measure.) 62 '22' 22 19 .16 io The follbwing.irticie1 we-copy 'with-' pleasure' nJ! !' a purely > nauoQal in, iti'vcb r?$WI
1176 cubic ft. 9aK
?
i ; NAVY YARD, PHILADELPHIA. or from t he: Boston Mercantile Journal, 'March, FERNANDEZ 'eem 'els ifer bratirSctio
.Thi? ; : t 12' pieces each 1846 and ; Sc BI3n1 intend'- tt devote : '
CLASS No. 1. piece. weihdp ifany pfour nUinerbas '- -/I ?t ; ? *- ,*?rr Ia ?i-: 'W-iiaT9f ..'"qso1cflttenLIort. ;< jt.at %*
::1ftd4 : : I,5 20, 20 17 14 9 readers are suffering from ahy'of the complaintswhich' .the Steameryca1getothepurposesot .: j- ,- :i "

; White Oak, (by the cubic foot.) White wfA (board thousand it is said to cure,they' will'speedily avail :aipleasqre excursion'dowii'; *: ,' .-- ',1. "
rneasurcper the
p river.
themselves of it' -*- .
15,000 cubic feet '
White -I
7' ,' Oak plank stock. ,. -' 1
; 'feet. - 'f* *- :f* *< -7j ; -' 1 ; 4t'J4j.
t-_ Instructions furnished at the yard. DR. .WISTAE'a BALSAM OF WILD CHERRY. rIo ot-4 the.PPpqr.tut)!.. beeteviousIrithi kinOf th'S"
.4 12,000 feet of
: plank 2 inches
: CLASS No. 2. thick., -I It was !known many years ago.that;the 4jwild; ty "to see.the'elepliTant'k 1.4t-
5,000 do d ,1| do Iiefoeduringthe4day jectout as
: cherry -treeof.this limate .,.; TOa BBH *
White possessed.valuable! '' 2
. ,': Pine (by the thousand feet.) 4,000. do boards; 1 ,do : medicinal properties., T deed' 'this ',fact *was .iLbepethitted.! .to view tE? deemed 'it.best to suggest :the nm* f
he
ni : .WiOOO,.feet. (board measure) 3-inch White Pine To 12 inches and upwards ha breadths known to Aborigines,and a* decoction of the antics of: that3nnimal- t
IiiW <* and usual ,, ; exhibited *
v lengths. .-. ,.at bp
: plank, 40 feet long, 14 to If inches : -. ; leaves or hark of this free has' been : 51
; ever,
wide, 2.000 feet of plank,,2 inches) thick.. .. ded ,their regar the-moiith of,theSt Johns
square edged, free from defects '' by physicians as one of the niost effecUla ; ;- River. the State as would credibly iepr
2',000; do do 1 : '.
that would | do '
injure them -. ... $ r% 't '
as '
I ;
L stage plank. 2,000 do. u&uj %SLQVQQ. }* WJ1, "-- ,a m m-'
feet 1 v
IPi& 10,000 (board measure) 2-inch White Pine .jowrds, 'do" ; ral years since arrested the'attention j : mmauih
j. -
of Jr. ,
.. panel plank 14 "t From to ;tO,inches wide 12 ;
feet long. ;$ to 18 feet Wistar. .
Kighljrrespectabie
: .l. 10,000 feet (board measure) ll-inchMlte Pine lengths:;. ; ; "ffl-: ; ; ,,,, ;. gated with practitioner"carevthe healing'of VirginisHeinvestf -5 A.., letter Irftnra Crdss'fiTimberj5Arkan; *. /potJ.. -' fiee;; e?. Biy; gjW.OnphristHenryGeeLl % t.' "

panel plank, If feet long. Black .Ash r< 'fl* %?--3t-.JvHjvir-flvr'5iVAfi-jj[ ifii-' .
(&rdtncure. properties of the wild
: ? feet ) cherry-tested its effects ,, ,
'
5,000 boara '
( 1 *
;: measure) l3inch White 1,000 feetof plank 4 inches thick when administered alpne,and when in'combina- --4. -' .4 4-4r' -- -' ,
Pine rofthe29thQkic ,
t
panel plank -10 fect : '' tion witK ntai nsthe nf llow. I
'other 'remedial. $'
Iong.s 1,000 do do3 He'. 44.4 jrl d.A1- ,
'do' agenti found
3 feet .1 4'M:'
1i''i
4''f ; 10,000 (board measure) 1-inchWMte that its natural :virtues5 j- -ft'Li ;; r_ 1 iJ 1-L, ,LFinleR1L'L
:; panel boards Pine 1,000 do do 2J 'do might btf greatly'improvedand :'! PS& ij ,b ;
If
jt4.. 7i. ; feet long. 1,000: do ;do 2' :do\ combinirig ifli'ingrediSnts,' flSsunea'iav
.
p' 4 f CLASS. No. 3. -1 2 inches and upwards Ireidrh, whose;properueswcreefl pro'ved iind generalcotfftitutesa'remedy'bf e appeanceab6utherezti ,: $"
) ,
;
.
.
: ;.. t. White M, (by lineal foot.) 1,000 feet of bo rdltich'thick11"4 M f"' *'*" w ly.i cognize& Icie edbIch '

; lo? escned White Ash 1,000 do.l. 'do ** 3' "**'do'l'1* "' ;a great TaliiBfi *|> inaVn met' two, 'R Th
for rafler 14 foot "- %i T6 be iu breadths ;ar7faffeclioinXf od jd eases bf'ilie'chwiHind 'the"other4ay aIthostentrreIu:
,
: o 14OOlineaLfeet of 16chei' /18,A.i thrdat'r d > :: :i. : '$ jc' f.t1i'IC .j':
I DO.sea99o in'proportions each.. -' r" "' eases WhicH a roy ibIA1lt
.1hiteAsh, for rafters, 16 feet ; ; -,:. ??- r : :- r j.? *i'' lent:in citfeiTaitid' large"t6wnsy''ttnd' often5a L
,
S linches OriGOOlincal feet. CAeriy, (b ardmeasure.$4) ff presve1IIugtib1lIs1otio and:a small pieceiofjclothj about their

squ at loom; l4'Y li inches atWASHINGTON. li)00,' feet inches boards wide !;Inch'thick, If i8rand20 most much other greater extent: thants th'e-' ,case rtalitj-with to' leins they: [ j j l tj wVBlw 3&i: & ) &:WJjitel-B6W&&&; tW$;

proportions of ,we.had almost said oil
A1Tr SARD eachbreadth, other 'claaes arrows, rodeV with sado esnnd6; in Jiea chnreh: D.C 4i
>.1 to becl&u'oalt defects;" t, ri t& 'of diseases.f**,; *;1& <&' :fifc "*/
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4 !: 4' '-' T4 1 MThrke
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.c&iNdL 117j 4t lunless fl
: : : board. 4 signed BUTTS oh ,
f rdeasure. '
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t; cf the 'seawtf! of :the, 1. rj1 France for (ar.theraasUuctions. ?'8ome 3 i .<* j*> $_._.$* _$.__. 8l $ _
ottli iYe5terQ4t1e1b.totm.U1yecii1ei4 L
appi SiP of the diggtngsVAB!*, .as.tiey: J tgot' _acccrantsay, that he;was>ecal lad-;and -mc toE tR1 _
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of ife'Cjpfaii.which is now; itber tba th -' ie riidoii &$tfertOTotfog iiltiw; 1D44b&q 7 le5tateof 1sMYc -___ __

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i; Union more iextensivelyy.to 4:. -- essehkreflow'- Iyinatachor reduce,the JSteraal*- City'" .- la"vf""subjection* trt ) t !$1
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harboWstboutanobjart Kt.1 -4 "> ai3orcIei ofthe wet ii
this objecMhcy! Jfl -.' iflhl hazards ;'and that having tnoyedLi'
pcrsac Jn -' rf *? "'* 1* -J*f. f'n< ft r T' '
0Jt trverycitheub0(0 his duly, mgymself OT Ma SiPwW P -

bound, from asense of elM --., lab6r.- commence:jlffe;attack. with, an army,o wJ SWNSW"feypjw -

>SSfali6n.as well as of humanity, to ers,receive ;$6r'peifctiyiy; | x.mount ; .; ,OQOineii\: lhef30lh Ma The ? i9fai fcEfeai&f & a !fly M a-- tZI E
io'assisl iheSlri LhavC Romans have announced Uiei l I wned by the Lmtoha
active"exertions .t .. iAiWf 'l*
JjaxciAi.4
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snpointed'by the Honorable the of gold procured at the mines by olutionto- 4f nd:to- '_ -- -. t sThday:14flijayoJune as W >
; j4 4. st1U1U b. i
"f nJant and"Council of Jacksonville, one person. Avas by manvhpr7after. ; peedazau1t; sold for payment of debtkcf dwe Ti xiilai3 Iff1 I _

: 'cordinjio not1e, iat: the steady digging during: the seasoriob.talned staled that they have an efficient force. s u> yj!

Tuesdziythe l9Lhof $ 2oo5oato $5000 or of 80bOotL $10 i. I frh- V3ft S44Ada'JtEItlaof V?

i- ..00Whereupon. ; '000 is the average produce season ." The Pope still persists i in derndndrngiKe George B. Fairkvnlu, Master iFi24 ?h a. _

: work. -Many do not their ilifid1eril llil'iyasalemporalTuIerand : f
a being present, persons pay J b. :The. l *t 4J
quorum .aboTfials ;
the _
.. expenses.: oth'at to rriagald'huiiiiunppears thisthetriuWvirate rJit tsoatponed to Fi ; t 5ftfrT'l; >

tjw; Holland! .Byrne, and Baldiyin : all a. lottery./, Some persons backejd by,,the people declare they Usury rJ -ill tj .*
i-:
Drs. who have been the do intend will r&isaihe ta4avitpfdea. .tpthe *! ; -Hi
to mines not
and Daniel, never jcohe'edej TJPQNreamnandfihn Monday + 4 1"
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ltfi.Harl, Pons, Cooper al1 C UiI11II inJUlY.TiblIlila. 95 t
absent,] L. M-Cooper, lo return, preferringto employment t bottom. of every., Chearti". lsay, .!4&lariinif! on u1tt Aimeirfoi (hit t r.
'Bogle !- irt-tt x = > r* 'i* -* *.wai **- o.y( -- iJydetermlnat *>
(i. I unanimously appointed Chiirjand here af4$5pef'day* Gci1il toii tbi Dost,profiuifdj"lo; Henry W OroTeS.Md i-tj MaHkaT- irtleti w r ?'t-v AdmiHlstrator xTniuwtTa T t.T4'W s Neilcc.J 1>'M fS 5<;

tv*1' $ James M. Daniel, Esq., SeSwVv digging attended by many,, privalibrts accomplish t .the dwirujBdon yof ;the; side in the:State of North CAroUuo, and that '
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: ; j ; ; i X 2 ; Lewis Henry Boutell Charles Bout elL and ilarjr .ccointand Toucher.tG.theio&4b.; [ j
Board.v' ,and much labor., There as considera, temporal..power the IRbpel* Allibear! -

of the the objects of theIMbiHealtb ble sickness ht the mines. Numbers the:samehhtred to ihe/government 'of Caroline Bpuull.'-1 reside in'iae' 8Ute of Msachustts2 *' snail then'apjply.for a final discharge f sad Ite 1 5., itil
: T0 accomplish -. :::: ;p r-, / v X" -:.. ,/.
it will be necessary for have died from fevers and cold, ond I priests,'Qn0r/ baIeerfoikitrnaybeprented. : ( } Oa motion tof said Complainant't-Solidtor. It mission,

touse.bolder't0 have the sleepingiuteoIs doubt, hot from '.tsrv tio ., Beef has ; .4We.shali fight ia We Jut ordered, ttatthe said Henry W GjeLjr. William O. maeceasc4nc otic $i rTt'
icb been sold 82 of .'* tint P.BrtletLewsEuBoaelCfss i!
perlb j a'igarat$2per Ib.j against projects :restotition
orbs; servants thoroughly Isisati thenajlita dbutzotse.Ict'Es.tt&iuit4i.atho4st .
: BouteU, tin J Mk Caroline Bouteir do.
whitewashed and their common whiskey at S10 per bottle, -and - appear tn !HeiTS of WHlua 0.i '
and and answer,the said. Complainants said Bill ?
1e&nieJ (2'Ie Britis/i Co1 nz Th Noult of *
other tides in-proportion. In fact .
well aired and purified all of- Complaint ithitou-Montbs frointhe first ThomI ** i
un removed from their yards there are no fixed icesandwhen one Amrian-posseiions of" GrealfBriiain, publication of this Order.It t -- 4T

(esiVe matter and lime sprinkled over wants a tiling and possesses the means which include i .Canada, Nova JScoiia, is ,tzthher\odered,;that us'pabliction : i11'

premises, he pays what is asked for it. At present Piince Ed ward's Island; New Brunswick hereofTJtw *Bwde 'ir kly in.wine Newspaper NewcanazILe,4pri129:184. ;
They would respectfully bring printed iifthis Circttit.for the >d iffoar : iT ;. : ,z;
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thein. there is of Newfoundland and Bermuda} erf- t* *A yw A' -' z
no scarcity provisions.Almost.every -
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which each months. .
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t e requisitions, 4 # IK3Collector's niotlceJ ;
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{file* K tailed a total (forlhre five --
is required to adopt : day vessels arrive from expense, ; years Caitiflt qWE-UNDER8IGNEft TaxAssessoiad '
.mA.rprv one
I Tht it be the- duty of each- and the ractnc coast, bringing all necces- ended the 31sf ofMarch; 1847,>f2; ,. 1- :: -- --P0..B: DUIAS. 1 lleetofforithe County otDuyal, State .

.3tulced iahftbiunt, to hare their premises cleansed sary article?, but the prices are high. 646,094 for the pay of troops andcommissariat Clerk C.a-of' St.' JphnicountT.j of Florida," hereby gvres noticetbatheilia&. f

aai priries limed ; their premises white- 1 fear that by n .winter. there will -expenses the West Indian June 30,1848. ; tend at-the folio wing-times-and places- forth* .' 1 I(

Shed : ini tht every degree ?f cleanliness be in the,city of .San Francisco 100,000 poss s3ions-eail during the'same Biutera Jodleinl Cireolt < Ireoll Can purpose* *of*"collecting*M fc, the1Iterebne--i4u-Lit for the, ,State*iC-Lon '

iUdoptel to ward off this pending ewl, be- The is of period, :a cost of ll79f37; foraihe or SI J b Camatj, *.,
place not capable At Bam el BTbomnjsonc SBlikc4e
that the health ofa city de- persons. :&L Hernandez ,
theydo, Joseph Executor'1)irsv'- -
]Ilric&u degree on the strict,tnd P00'Jjuplicition accommodating 3000 What i is to become same purposes ; :Mediterranean.and African of Robert McHardyj'decd. '**' f *- *- '- mesoay,ino iwn j one, tnsvT 1
great
di to a ,
of cleanliness. of them Heaven only knows. possessions, including Gibraltar, ,r.ft -." iff wwtil. "* )}In Chancery fc At Darlings Ci Present's a>tore.-ClayifiiiU nUAt :< J a

j M That it be recommended that all Probably numbers, will perish, of the Malta, the Ionian;lalaods, the.Cape colony Vbide'AId Adminlstrator I->S iU J'- WednesdayJthe20thJan- instT '
William ThomAyHonsej'ThomasTillppcnu
t$ sties,cow pens, fowl yards, stables, eta, be cold audhungel. Sierra Leone/'Gambia/lhe' settlementson of Sbeartn&o., et al*' J-'&v* -" VeSIsiJanej'jasti Tn ?-.*:- M I 4,
'V
pteleaa.It the Gold Coast ana StiiHel- 'XTlIEREAS-- OrderMaly'enterea'Wi ii ri Tltfii'fl Ho8tJolnkBeac1i .. j '. (;
for in such
As myself'I never was ;
recommended that occu- iviy the 13th day of 1849 the undersigned
also 008
is
4t
entailed on 8Mt1rIa7 tbe-23d Zdninsttt ; *i y : VAt
of'
and assist the Board of Health a fix. Had I foreseen what 1 now see, cnn, an expense < 3,170,988; was appointed to take and "stat ,:. Tinbng 1
aid wartfa
Cot John Brp HnsCedrJek'
putt would beheld and the Australian and miscellaneous other,things. ah econnt ofthe debts by 'i
resolutions and that this California not have me owing the 23thiune inst. ,
j the above on Monday >
the 7th day of July quite so speedily, i would recommend possessions an expense k done by or on ; NoW of:said Order '
follows ithereforeyin pareoanee
shall hear that the Colonial l l empire of ; -
here until he .nay1h7tb3une1nst
the Board will visit each none to come Notice is hereby all
which time gweksta personsclaimin tobe
Great Britain entailed the mother : Thnrs- j:
.oa I
the result of next winter and not to arrive uppn
and in the event of non- Creditors.or the Estate"of'the said Robert
and yard, :diy Frtdsj.and S tnrd.i irthei .
every for ihe 'five Bended the ,
with this recommendatio.n, before April at the earliest. couniry years McHardy, deed, to produce their Claims and _
compliance 31si of March 1847, a gioss1 l cost make proof thereof, before me, at toy Office, in -- ; 2 '
the Council for The. climate is cold in winter and
it will be reported to of je9,743.354, solely! for the pay of the City of St. Augustine, on :or before the 4th '" -* Tax-A seMorand llerctorlDatafcf6l'il Y
hot in At mines in : i
bummer. the July day of October nexCifnd thatln-DeJaiiffIhere '
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their action. w .
tier Majesty's and for commissariat ? JaclabriTilleifttne2d49. ; 4t''JS
JacksonYille be divided into 4 ind the weather is hot that troops of-they irill from- the benefit *. .
RestlveL That ; August so no be-precladed' of I trj k s-> / *-i.i J > + > t* 'TrSiFJLOJSIIXA :.:
toricts, as follows: all that port east of Market one can work except at the risk cf being expenses, ,being oh; an average the Decree to be made herein : / ; Jr--- --- !-- ---- :'; i. 1-i.L
street sbill be called the E istern District, sun-struck. nearly .se 20Q0Q09.er arihunu] 4 -: BDUMA -, --TAiEO} -i.tf"jjlri
of Ocean street the Western, -- 1' -
ill tlut part west | the Circmt-Court-'o uttlngj
street, and Between The San Francisco is [Telegraphedfor Ike CharlejtonCwrier.] t4'oct -
of June3O,1949.-
tirt Prt south of Forsyth Bay very : ,. ; '-- '-
NEW ORLEANS June "' ?
jarketsnJ Ocean street the Southern, and fine. The town is built the side l6iQA.M.-: : .Cbuntyi'-May Tern 1849. -
street the Northern upon There is rrow a/airpro >ctiof closi EMtrraPetj : umdldal i: ilreoIi-C1ieuI& c.as "" "''l "" --*
tbt north ot Forsyth p Preaent ihe Honorable
part
of a hillj-there being no level ground.The .- .. L-j.b -
ji.c l
visited -
be -
District;and that the Easiern by mug the Creyasse1 Xn.tne cburse .ofl he, 0. MUchelitjyi 4 ?:
Benel John l- J
vod Pons the Western by Messrs. mornings are pleasant, but from jAdiniuUtrator; frFrjincigPSanchezdeedet -)- i ; Balaam, .e,_ ; ;
Daniel
,
Mtsrs. week.W .have '
next: the gratification al--r u *-: <* r> -Motion-to Establish judge
the Northern by Messrs. o'clock till midnight it is cold and 1 oi > ?- { < j
Brrne &nd L'Eugle and, the Southern by Messrs.Cooptr of seeing that the :waterin'ourstreets *_it* iCj-_* vs.:>fnt2".fi**.. }Chancery -James.Monroe j- ,-. ment. .. .0 ,j l.fTBIEB : 1
Hfft and Holland windy, the wind frequentlyblowing has receeded eleveh'inches.* .au A/Jtornamfv-ExecntorvOf '!li> 4 0 that-this case ba conlijDQed un-'T ?
and Baldwin. Chairman. strong from the north-west. 1 faw the Thje -, Pcterk heIetah! ifctij '* ? 3 1 1 Vfo- till the.next Termpf the.ConrU-T, Otjtibn (: }
COOPER
0. M. thermometer a few evenings since at-50, thorities,arer no watjre wing'JimV very 1XEbyanOrd/ r doljCentered oil of .";A.1 Jfitchell, I; '
J. M. DiSirt, Secretary. freely over*uch of (He> ity as [ Wtthe ; .
it is not under 7t) to-dayi parts > \ lStbr day of Jane, 1849;the undlri
although 0 have been.left .dry, with the view of.pie- signed.w4i ,appointed la take and state,among ippndent resides Jbeyond the limjts f the.Sta ;; ; -. 3
[Front)* N. 0. Crejcotf. 12/Auw/J Lumber Is much wa'nted here.- serving the health of the city? o'tber things, an accotit. of-tho Debtiiowlng by ;Ifis ordered that-hearing vupon aidjPfeUtionr '

I trrrliM Letter f ram California. Boards have been sold at from $400 to The s'teamshin "t atCitV.le1t the Estate of Peter Mi tchel. deceased: be had on thefirCdajofhnezt Term.ofthis* I -
tL- : Court And. it ia further ordered.thaL Wr- 3. 1
few Lu. jIULUUc-U* sum vrruer, :
The following Jettei from San Fran- $600 per 1000 square feel. A car here thisHughes morning1or1etv Co1 Notice is hereby.giveiv all persons claimingtp tified. copy-of this'order be.pnhlished.in*ome-

1 cisco has been kindly banded us for goes shingles s, boards, etc, would hot and his survey ing_party.are-ampng be j Creditors-orf,the:Estate of* the;saidPeterMitcheljdecJ [paper in Uiisf crcait fOT/the. p fe of. three .5. .

1 publication by the gentleman who received come too late at any time. A fortune the passengers inh' ?* She Has .,tp:produce their Claims and make: {months.- 4 -r' ?, ,* "-",. v v ,+ .. .
. could be made with a few small steaoners board about half'a'ihillion ott dollars proof, tbereo abeforfr'rae,*';at my' officeln"the, ; a
It is written on '
it. by a young -
four feel Citxpf 814 Aagostinelon or before the- 4th day ; ) ;:
gentleman whose statements can be relied drawing-from two to in gold, dust fj,and -fifty*- .thousand*. -*dollars of October next, and-that in)Default*thereof,1 | Witness, myjhand and".the seal_of-said Court, ; ';
when loaded; to run between this place in f. specie.jtj \ ci-nj, >n they F11 be precluded from the benefit of the I thii 2I daotJune lS49t : < 42.
; upon. The distance ; &- s rt.fe0Administratrix .' ?.
and the-Rio Sacramento. r Decree be made therein;&* tl ief-L CAlaBOROUGfct i. -
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BAT OF SAN FBAKCISCO, April 9, 49. _i is twenty miles, and from $25 to $40is TA' Specific fotCh t.-rT1c --, 4- P.B.; .DUMAS,- j e'9tb' -1819. '- zh*' ia :

On the 4th day of January I took my charge for passage, and S16 per 100 allegationthat, sulphur had been dis- r'wllifcl Special Matter : A ,.
departure from 'ampico for San Luis Ibs, for freight Nothing u. required covtred as an infallible specific for cholera l- yJune 30, 1s4444 t *..,ffauiic v j-z.4 .
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Potoai, where I arrived in twelve days. here now but common ready-made cloth! is thii noticedlby the N&W Yfrk ; ; sT4yE: pFVLOafl.tt :, snal* .

Heard there such flattering accounts ing, provisions and building materials Herald: : To4UGreeing : tfrtistration ? .

1 of the 'placers" of California, that I determined Many persons have lost money who has been tried and thoroughly : ?iTUEREAS JdgfPiOlIat o? ..

N to come on here direct, particularly have brought large cargoes ( f merchandize -tested and found %vantinE:' diii Collier Y. ..me for-Letters:Lawrence dismissoty Byan has front applied the'Es1t&teqf to of thVEaUte of Jo&CSmUh?late'o?
had words ii Is. a complete humbug "A **ir-* "* *-i :? t
as from,what I seen in here They have been -compelledto George Churchy die edr1'ht4reforealI said cottrit deceasW p

L1 M4el! felt confident_ that it was not send some to othetports. physician of our- 'acquaintance'trfedVjt, persons interested are hereby notified to!file """ r&ri> -
** J-njtz -t E
}residence for a civilized* man.- Order prevails* in :lne* gold 4 regions*! fully upon some; patients iiMhe.various their objections iinanytthey.haTe, to the kmu. :
of cholera-and he-lost ing of said-JDettera sir months after date otherwise J.b1eeIs4 ,-
Pacific the one : -
approaching the con- and every thief is punished by lynch- stages every jiiL 2j irk
said Lawrence wilt b iU h
red "
appeared generally-destitute of yegeftnon.c law. Five persons were hung last of. them j wnereas, under the treatment ; of-these presents.l ByanbyTirtue .- 'w Koucc.eirtic:; IFSi 1 1sel.ikti.e4

.It b badly watered,, arid minajtKe'rainy week. : he had prev jpjusly pursued, he had"notlost I'.,iitWltAessnyt. tT

season traveling,is much No should come'here unless a nn1l 'patiezit" 4 n. [ ..s.] this 25tliIin i1b49j'u UftS .

tfspeded.by the rising of the waters.- he/will person be satisfied';to;work'at the hardest A.too ready i confidence should riot bf 7 $-. 4- -1 WILLiA.M'F4llABTRE.? ii : if : !:& : f
duuge'rb4eDti,4 llioU Xate
be in neunoslrulDnSj drin .. county ; ,
Mitt l journey rendered uncomfortable kind of labor.TheVaptuts course put any ; g; 4- w -' ti'A.. *y ? i
jtm:
t *"i3
j .
? or 9con"t 'dnu\vbich aJUiti' o.* 'rasr'srtaft r1. -- -- ;
fy continued danger of robbers, t any- 'reports pro ** -% ,.
atw SRffl8Ste rfi :
w !
'! 1 at San Bias on'the 23d,of Febru- hang lice, anddeath.jNVenare :very r! y tyffitaaarli K
After much, trouble I obtained Kentucky aud the Anr coolly told above of the death-of this : IUtesdldbefotetheCquS.Hpwaol43VVfciu ti *' y y-T jgfi 4Z1 gI P4 bJ4x4.4' rf .11

pssge for 3200 on a Peruvian brig.- Slavery Movement*-'The Louisville i physician's patients;?'as if t.they had beenlegitimately < theTpwn'of of 7Augrtist nexI.b JacksonyiJ tentb aCtheflratMonday usoulhours'of -; 3c;; 4i : :
,
There were 150 passengers besides mytf. Democrat of-the 31st ult. contains ihe' merer, machines for jiadifierfent thefollowingf pr gezty, to*wit>i-f I ;j h' jW fia KSi Venrtjkl1 ;

i was not sorry lo leave San Bias.Ttewcdiniuodations following communication relative to the experiment The.statemenij maVior 5 Shives, 'Ttna,' aged ibpuy-25} Amy\a- j- J_iftnce iara'fiulihin'g'schoorfbrTounjg l'foreyVUhes :-

at the best hotel emancipation movement in the State : : may not be.literally'irue, however. bout 12-John, 7-Loitisar5ancI; Thoinas, 4/:. ,
the wretched and The is the most numerous-denomination -Balti'nzoreswz. -* Tit5j .LeTied "upon as' the property o Joshua Hickinan -. :'f ke.charge'ot an'AttUemjrfbVf *- -
Baptist
place can ntTord are and "
dfceAaed; pointed but by .WillianiUicsman |yoangJ4'diesorlo'hear"of8pmeJiealifipsant
fe them I had to pay $1.5Operdar. of Christians in Kentucky; The Louisville Democrat stales that ,one of the Eiecutora of said deceased. -townj in whic 'suMcient/en I: -. *

We!left San Bias on theist of March, having more cbmmunicanls than, the a duel-was fought near ;Newpdrt, Ky., id'satisfjr S fiTaClssned r6mthe Cireijii JCourtj :will bVgrren her 'cs ablish'a.school f' rYoiiiig'Ldieviu '. :. '
united. I dIIi wWBhwmtaught( / -all th'eaBran J 4
Presbyterians
tfldwi'ved hereafter fair sail Methodistsland .
passage \vhen 1 that between Singerj.lh Cincinmttj;s choplrmasfer tratordebonis-non of JohnBillance.dectfiathe ches 3ofar Complete'mucaUonj jtpgethfejTirttli'asicvFrench '.
j allis. We found at this port a- speak advisedly assure7o&i who: (vI7lrse wl 'PfiV JbyVa. Plaintiff, f andfBenjimin A iitnatri/ WW1iIUick.ma4 Eaintin Emlb id Ref 1JMfa ; -
; forty-five vessels, of different na.1Uineluding moslof the-Baplist preachers are opposed Mrst-Tttxforii-dad'SmithVthe iornej ptosh.rnckma iUeijflity .t:

the steamers Cahfor-. to agitating subject of slavery, whofinished'iht: busin ss by koikin jdeded,1ae feddamtiti Y' teacher, -will be'giTenJ Any one wishing to '
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!fc' tad Oregon two fine .vessels, full in any way in the approaching Conven- -------f-.v iL1eadelwas- 3- -u :tK 'I Ikitoitt '
.the lion. As an evidence of ihe feelings of H-.';/\ ,/fr-itijt5.- Ltiijt. foughL-wIth. i d-L I&ia fiheriff-of Dural int"J53koaTille information,pan get her*_ addrea.by Apply.ing?irA lo(> r! t tT
'Puifbgers bound:to gold region. pistols at ejeven paces, an4atte IiratLI June 30, 1S4. ;Xatds $ heJ nyIeewE? 't i < 1
"!ldtizgI foundTthat lodgings wire of,our ministry;upon -inis. ..subjectal rc..miiith..tva3shotth i ihr ththighand -- -.-- *

ftito be obtained, except at the most itiough we numberi aeveral hundred- Sinj i brough the imrm-wbereat 1 443X7ILL S r --- --- _: t.
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tttnt Even the meanest ho there were only twopr entaf F1kk : th0Urt0n3 in
rates. the assembled crqwd three icheeia"
;gave --thiTa-cGJackzoviUe, on the first rf:
. *9 manded high price. \Ve were fort at the'Atiti-'slavery.Convention, according :and'Ue&efiiger&ir 1eth ndar iia-u'ga -' betweea, thens, lone aytjaso UT Walins B : -
. tea take to their published account. Asa f id wit Af8 Ba eas latt'ot aH b ; :
enly compelled to op our 3t'F. houw of sa the'fonowini property; ;: j- 4- ft
: !terson i board *ihey vessel. While roinistfy,-we areopiposed mingling :Conj&rimazioii- certain lot of Iand >ith"th>>pp3rtefiancea county* ._ ,are< i hereby* -i.- required ifil ta-* to 1"n presentthe l n i V>flfh ,
sbore ." But being'jArdent: friends athfaisr thereto belonging,situated j said TownrJa 2.onvi1le' (4UMttd
went into 'a miserable resan4 in politics ;MC/av.Sh> ib t1cr) r
kJ.Clay
i. .Town
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.. called; for breakfast.irt of jJz
: I IJTetfa sraairpiece of b efstakeT beloved $taier we pare. trnwdlu thai eingMadsinCouii. said lot cdmmeriwi on.u5y- -* *;P>,niakmb nytrnft TlfjJfxSi&fflfe dial'3M :'
4 tatiacupp1bad cofreebrMa;: \ any- dueInflueocesbpuld be secured Vy"Kyi: After he had comm ncediipea 3ttnKSii'line'of jeouthe I A ,, :

. -Ibuttr, for.a dollar and ahalf j to NOrthirflf nitiCi8m,0r its legitimat :--ki-Mr. ,: ___ q- Sffex'c *. : t1(6Z61' !;Saifjsqaaie I
ia it- J .r -; "t qL1Q
, dinnerl. had bad soup, and cold oflpiing.aflti4aerYi3m; .i e' : plloniri to sOmnel# .por1omt .ofbie.- wajdlyiTtfeetthinc So thwa y ----e - ---- ttIt
.. eefbreadand butter arid one [ al6oUnderstan; an fldwireArn jLinj, /marks- Q, and.;called'hirp pJrbefore the 4 vin11FoKLBdwrTr IJ

, for which I, vas, .chajrged tjep'On (orrnnonrt110s6 i qu.tnted .twnh.the whole aud ieoce, from which in mlt.arost- fleet to-the'plaee ben Beitbo zid'thZo1th : 4

conversing,with,a few sea'; .ttiefact. jnerniiii5bat-tbimiiv .4 the difficulty resulting so fatally'tqboth! QJ3Ltd .
. .t --tbC yeiomedWbonretO a. Tit-ft"" *V"* .1 *"'M **** W&\ portion btspo'oth&Dy u j a dPEKk :
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J ill findihat the storiecon- -istrrarnon: -. -- '- -. Jf % l\ Cholera FreveflaiVefb4B Jtl)1 >f r& :fi ati S* S ea aoO'$3f3a Si54 WU
. vast quantiesof gold t ? not rm6r Pktfkh ofurn4tu &nd (f

I here arp stiictly uue 'o.oncNbutt3tl0 olpo5e.Jo dnreasonaheveutuflth ctimenUall aid QfltOs7tWO4L154usd -r i
iigioproe. .
bJtt gt heCiri Colir 1
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s cces. f.(3rz1 (
S j&Led:4ew pound* .- I AT L41&'
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j ways goea way WSMMatlalk the other in W of Sidney Wiintha k1.
zf of ih pcQqs m tat baa may bmad1hrOiIh4-- -- i! -.bpth ngAiuBt MneJkMMr jg4J -1. -'- : -- '

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4t'L' rs. :"*SeparaUtwms jwlll"be; fitted..u fortbao- SB5L l-fflwMnt jtotfii Ja&a2ffij t : c 4Vtbt1Iab1ii
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:'?#f Tonunodation. fl' .-J o 7_ nId ; Uth1id&i6'; thI d ( _

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L : Gek.cbie8jawII4 1t i1oophic4 and '
,. Mathematical sciences, Ploughs--. to which- -theould''uf-- 11C fl > ;causes, prwiucea ewj Dy SnSwA1fionft.
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-kt ,.' wilLbeidivided inio-four.quarters, tc'r I I esrAe&i ,Thprac1ce
t ; of about 12! weeks eachywith intervening tvacatttons t tlTh WV'JTC m W Mfl&w .all w
k ; (TheUay will have two seaions: the first, ,Lf i> i-A). X-M}UK Ji'mi r i Dth; ? en.l!ita'salutary.-*ffecta"n c Mi
., t ti?' y -
; .) from,9 $0:13 SL, and -sccondjifrom3.to 5 P. AS constatftfy'onhandAft well assorted! tKnervelessness
; ::1 AL" Wcrin nyjnarnings will be'appoirited to H stock off %Oo ? '*''lt Sl s0 }j bjn1mVYerjaay,I r t t'e'i i : of the femakfra p -

,'jfl'1 ? 9 ; exercises in English composition and declama- Groeeri* r .;:JiJ *IRi r' o.! I -

.1,! :"' i4 ir'Q u 'ie.J <1.'l1? n. n f thid.no to DC founthew'here. -- -- -Itwillnot' beexpectea- &h
:$. _'.... qp: e A1erthenrsttermnpupit; will be received, Hardwae, Crockerj&e. viz ; iVextflUb14t- ihe uzsease fortime-Dut -purifytieY- *
4p: ; ;i except at or near the begimnng'bf tHe _session, S ; tMd.
o'bls -
tWp : .4 e and no pupil for less than one term.x1* .' Pilot uperuc4 rSu&OUL LU an'dBntterljfackers uu1flUti' ; t J ae plQ tIA ; iidMdTOW1Z2D.

;s : Tnltl. Hiims Bactini-Pork p;21 l3eef Pickled Tongues be4b to/p'gqptidea I oee; i&iiidith z diseatao1; Myidfe eig

.!;' 'f:: Reading,3TritLig and.Arithmetic' ,-{,/- $6,00 rftV.vlrel: odnshiSaU.iRice3nAAin" ? 4i- I; tle $ ; J JBW ip___ $"B$ &7 g-i I t; s jycsn4
3:! f Higher Ehgluh'stadles .: V. v- 8,00 n ff < f.n'ii he J Whi wp gte, mat*me vaiue.01- our usual BIOCK 01]
;
) r ..: :.- -- '.hio1 A i4liTsMt"'twicltKe'luffe; certificates rom men of the
b1L; fII4 Philosophical andtnassicalsfudieS. ; 10,00 Iri Pottos -
,'t .:: : 4 *"One half the'price of taltion accofding to the opens vit, U UUIBSJ the entire;;stocfc f::dr 'goods'tuu lly'kept't>y] medicine has'effe4

f.'t12'4 : *tudies-'pursuedrwin be :expected;In advance, Green and Black TeaR1aw'7ava2C! r-t ;. i /argestVwholesaleaobberSiijThisi; ** eacy. thised1cuioJcfl be seenozrappliatiQntd.c ju' iba

.' (i and the1,balance at1 the end of eSch jterml, .,' Muscovado Sugar. N, Molasses; ,,. '' .' V i ffether.with' rf ;..the' fact,"r that.our vmeans'anaour" -* t<' vST ;; & -
; V BoaroVwill be provided Tow aV reasQna- Stuart's Refined Crushed.'and Pulverised, :: i attention instead jofDeingdivided among.ajast;f $
.
1l .. ; 11, b1'cspermontb; for Pupils front th cbuhtryV.and Srtiift'v r5"'- >' itii-a wJi>*o** < > i -v iriety1of a'rticle& .are devotM whdlly1'to'bjii, & ii& h ah it period ,
-e ; Parents and Guardians Svho desire ? > Gm ; 1 mil fender the J fed vahtages-irhich'we canb'ffer: -_ l r- '
: may Brandy,Rum, WhIskjAtcolui, Turpen|': ; Jacksonville,Feb..24Vl849.1 6m. .
: ; to'avail themselves of the facilities',6f this; rtJifeTV C< />- -- u--' -rx".l to dealers-perfectlyobvious it shall be! Lf<7 -?--i_!>ivl_7 >ft_* ? ? {?> ? **'** ni.<.t Hf}> ; gratbf IfOr

: I nstitutio'n for the''education of thfcjr; chiWren todoPorteiPt IJi H- ,, Madeira.Td; .Champagne 5V M **" nnr, ire thktln6iiei'who/sii8ifciiii'Bd5iWistin>pnf-' pI TVN$5c1MIQUNlEXTRAC1perior
4'i1 and others be assured that exertion """' '''''-'? "> >,-.-* ->
; ; may no -Wmfi: ,: : f rre*' ?*.**"<'F ii->* i n *** 1is
!. ;: will be spared to ensurethe, :health, comfort and Cordials, Confectionaty, Prcserye 8ca* Our assortmeni complete at all.seasons of! This '
ia'putjUpt
I progress in knowledge of;:all'.who maybe 'AlComp?etetAs( rtmait'6fJr t?>jff-r, / -. -, :IEE 2 n IJxtrac. sgaart. 6ottle- $. .4tia. !i j4u1
: ., c&trusted to the of the / jB:F.
:: 1 care PrincipalKUFUS Calicos? t andTaffe ? r
) Oingh rns' Muslinsi39nn. p -to :aoa it:curesthseases witbou1 M1i,22mJ
:i any hiiifr
& ,
K. Lees andiateseaioT: parnerbt
SEWALL, PrincipalUWi & !Ribbons::'' '- lord( the oriea -i i1me
N. B. in' Townwill be to tij'4
:',. i Pupils jexpected S heetings and Shirting,-acbtanU- unbleach'd -tle f'and! ly pjenaied dn Ireferoxw ta t&SSS
4t&
provide seats and desks. Chairs are recommended Irish Bish6ps1uid ago, has resirn. .IALL
Linenj Jiaper ; LohgLawn
fi ; business"* fir connection'with! MeSSTS11ee A1D WJNTE1LIEDICIWF$1 I tIc fcnaleiio1bM4nglectake reasontotgupgosi J
[Republican copy.] Cambrics: Jaconet|Swiss,and cross bar Muslins; & ; [ J
1Liy io isio. tf Hoslery/HdkfSj'Gloves Suspenders Judson dZ I hiWfri ds1that he'new '
I i.: : _. Tickings.1 Linen and Cotton, Oshaburg; fi 9i.wfc concern ahall!hatethimpre.einI C cCi c 'iTiI1O'Ci aIthei' reined.ie s itxa7 ; & $ $
-, Land for Sale ; 4i ateS disaae1t ivijoi t tliI J TcIfl'Qr any
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tLtt .1..J : I FOR SALE,between nine and ten thou- &c. &c.ife ind..brpwnI inen1Irillj/or.; | : pantg, gushedthtbewohousestowel4bftbaIOflg tjvOOuLV df'&iuI tiot' 1i kI 4Iee;toybich fa1es *

: Lsand acres of Land, situated in Nassau Umbrellas, ,,. .. eq4t.and i j 25'f847_ 2'y4 ) i Jsuacleanse| and strengthen, t-q ,
-Silk,.Gingham Cotton in steel L _
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; k County, partly near Nassau and partly near. St. and whalebone frames L-, i q cj k -I
.. hh Mary V-Rivers, being a portion of the Waterman Hardware Cutlery-Knives; Scissors Razors- ,Manutact refSp1ytSlore1 ----tronoclnticOn8umDtIOfltiLTer.COThbai1iL.-,__ 5.! less valuable for theJ ,
"j. Grant: The above is heavily timbered, pine Nails ; colds, coughscatarrbasthnia. snit ii578teD3.
Hinges} Butt;, Kniyes and Ferks, Spoons,
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land situated
,conveniently upon water courses, Tea T
i:1': '.' : : with Trays; : r I hectic flush ibt .
; the exception of about five hundred acres ,
uuucuHUB
:, : Collins! Axes Hammers,JIatchets,Saws; / No. ;132j WAJE STREET ;COiUEfl.QP1NE iDcaicineis inTalujyjji
; alltIe
of heavy hammock land the SL ary'sRiver. ;t t. -
upon ft
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Camag tjrrenches .Halter Chains Pots Ket- ? w& $
; "ir? r1mpurftf .4
i4 The whole or any portion will be sold tles &c&O.. : v/ort L .torationan4Daikt Lfl t- -Xh oacesbe wiolQ.syste.) neuiie
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: ,see-.y : ; for cosh. to. ; Zn ne side &c. 11iUiThi4u1
Apply
cheap S, -
A few;Rifles -low priced-Powder.Flasks. -- -t. -: : tO j1' h13ytJ t
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1 WILLIAM HICKMAN. .Vthe yI rJSS l
A Dlauu
Goo4AssorzmenofCrockery thzLThzWare..
:4- ; Jacksonville March 17 1849. tf r 4t4ncdi be1h'U ? ( '
jthe.sJsteM
ashoiprodyce
: Eoot &Stio'esr-rlfon8)Women's and Chuldre'n'flootsanU uufI atjBtfbie-qiiefit jM
n:;: _.__ -_ $ -T Ittl drobably
t, Notice.' Sho ; qf.aHkinds -; >\ '. : I Ste teSf ? :
-- A,variety,of Fancy Articles ?5r>F.TO >tAtp -
THE SUBSCRIBER has leased ,Perfumery Medi ,
frx the WEAYERSREEDS-IEDDLES been so successful in desperate cases 0;
pfconsunip 'RZ 1JAhT
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ilLHouse ,
Mr. Hatch '
formerly occupied by on ion as this; iioleansegriand 8frenglhens"'the 1flth:;
r- Bay street, (known* as Hart's old Boarding Jacksonville,April 45, I 48.- ,- ly- BOBBINS,. SPOOLS, &c. .- system, and appear ,to-heal themilcersifc'Cthe '

jp*. ? ;': House,) and is now prepared to accommodate Columbia Sberifl's Sale. J nti for the lungs, and.,the patients graduallyrRegain;their 2DR.. TowKsisD-ZTsor -'5iV': '
'd ;: l any"who may see fit,to patronize hinij and as.surcslhem .- nsua1hea1h anajtrength.... beexafluicted
bc'sold .withi
X7Lt before
the MisewiUi
'': that no tains will be spared to ehsurc'their Court House door, EAi ArI NX1i* MACHINS
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; :. W.5f V V in the Townof Columbia Co. cjnao: LTs VAS&ogggtfisii--- a.terrible rupture/ 11enej
*>I I.k- : comfort. Acommodious_ stable is at WOOL PICKERS, pT\mDERSj. ., -'There ,
on the first Monday of is"scarcely'a day p'asses'bu fli .
-*'. *v .t tachcd to the establishment and -cfery'atten- July next, between the rra :
T .usual hours REGULATORS; 'SAT number ofcases of 9iil4ltepg9fjtji
of sale the
T'WAKPS.J&O ConsumjtIoPeoiteaia
,' following to
t : t ion w ibe paid to th c horses of those travel property,
;
i: l whdraay think proper to stop with him. ;wit: Lot No. 25, runing one hundred, and:fifty ojlsSlerm; 1ardMOliTciid OifSoap. cud- bth nzpflr4TowD8end.'sSaxip iilla. herL, yi4'rjiptni
ti': '. A. BRIGHTON f fcct.il55J* } n.s5fiPjid and third strectSp-and-one M rch-17jil84d.30 i ,*KA .sm' r -t' The following was recently re eied-1 ,

-- I .acksonvUl E..F. Dec., i 4$.. ,tf ,, hupdred,and.ten- feet-l 10):*on:Magnolias and .- f 7t S #'! F" ithe 'laM Me7J1l7p
4Mt: t. : S5t' _.-___- Onerry streets; and Lot No.-thirty-six ((36.) ruiir. JJASrNOI'IcE. : ,. three ycariJ I have''beetf afflicted-with:gen'eral -
;L-; : AdziiIiiisi'ai1oa's- Notice. ing one hundred and fifty- feet-((150)) on third rFiO1ARMED OCCUPATION 'SETTLERS debility d,nenroua constanption rx>f>then last such wse8, wi ie.tene

:: f; : ,( LL. PERSONS indebted to the-estate of.George" and fourth street, and one. hundred :and ten J_3 1; UNDER THE ARMED OCCUPATION stage,and.dio noj expe tojeyjer gftin ay heJUfiat'all. had.takn but.three, tottlesioCiof.

4t: : -: .L3.. Church, late of Dnval county feetUQ( ) on.A1agnolia and Cherry streets,,sit- ACT. The uuder igned; Agent of the Interior Xfterj omg through;a course of medicin'6 -
: ; L P11., deceased,will come forward and make iin-. ua'tcd in the Town Columbus in Columbia will attend at the;following placeson the days thiderbthe care- of som 'df the most'distin- .the heart, and the rnpttre.Jnj ai

j-i1 : L! Mediate payment. And alhpersons whatever. together with all the buildings and appurtenaii' specified Below, to takejand receive' proofs,by guished'regular physiclans'ahd members1 of th .
4 I I Laving demands against the said estate, will'i e8 thereon; also the interest Francis'Jones, des'psitfons before him in relation' to'the settlement -J3 ir&of Hlt1rinNew-Yorkandelewher /* Shehas als6 Kad ,xanrirr v
::' t- render them in within two yearSj: authenticated i in the said town of Columbus, being six shares and'bccupatioii of all persons1 who o& and spending th e1nwstfofmy,earnipgs.iniatrt; much swollen. We had to idea that she could ry

:E ; I as the law directs, ''or this notice will be thereof;, also the interest of Francis Jones,-in- tained' ;permits under,the act of Congress enti tempting to regain my health, and after read be so benefifedT'as she had such a'compEcatioa
2i t pleaded in bar of their recovery. the toll Bridge/at.Columbus,-being eix shares1 tied *'An act to prpv: de for,the armed-occupartion lug-in Bome pape f your5 BArs parilla-I"Resol of discasfgiiiBut it'ha?,as stMEgeils Iriaj ap>

I. : LAWRENCE RYAN, Adm'r; thereof. Levied.upon- as the--property of the'said -and settlement of the unsettled part of the Ted to try iUyAfter using sir bottles! fotfndit ca' ; dr0iipi1 amaar,

Jacksonville, Feb. 24. 1849._ *' 2m\ .Francis'Jones, to satisfy"a'fi. fa;, Jssned Pnins i-Ut lfMorW4" approved' th" August. done meyg at gopcl andjca dOC.CAC seeyotu.a that,this statement is so .strange as to apicar
: -...---- -_._._- from,the Circuit Court of Benton;-wherein Luke 1242; and''who were occupantsunder J- that' a'- tf*: your fi e ; anjLdQ almost lik' ficflbn nt JtTiSjireVcrlhelercalityr r

WWM, S. LAWTON, Moore, Administrator or the Estate of Lester and-the act'amendatpry thereof approtedJane dit h'ei tty tliahk fou for3rour adiC Toun.&saparillv iCrtanly 'IT
4.( C'rook .dec ased is lhe 'Plant iff I5tb 1844 and who jsettled taking the ;
: J > and the said ;or occupied under iu aiaiiarilh &been *"! f; jMMtjuiv Hiyjuv ustttDjievOT
: "l--FACTOR* NflMMISSIOrM&RCHANT- ,Francis Jones and :Peter:IL Bailey,arejthe per sad'act, and> 4idnotsplutarilyrelinqnis or, t able to attendJ tomysM-iabrsfor the last5fpur ;:5fe* te 1p'ffeg[ ) ) been. J
Charleston S. Gii ifendantp. ,.iLevy made by Thomas. the same butcontinued 2 rabandon .months; a dl;hope. fh> ibis
;t.:4:: Fitzpatrick tokreside on y blwsuigs of God. J eJeve account heylOiSttilS
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> <- -) i\ former Sheriff of Columbia! said frontier!soUthsof nwkil rrv w .ClAw ; countyi1 1hofl'iI tdividiidgt3oiffnships -! use maVeocuifa oi ioSj
-1 RisFERENCES E.: G. Jaudon gflYours
i4 Esq., near Jao : ., A.-.A. STEWARTSheriff' numbers nine } : .IeIeiiie b dfidtWii Ui
: eonville1E.F. Gov.C.J. rclohaltlGi '. C. and ten, south and tht of- j ,resj ctfully, ora b
., ; ;" Alligator, May 26, 1849. B. -. : "6t. : the.bise 1inosppifiednthc: act of 18J2, there i i Jiwwin
: Elmore Furhun,Charleston Esq., Charleston S. C. S. C.j llo ,. .-iLj' I __.- -1- i p; **_ by aIdingtbfi" the objects of said actAir: tJiangetEssexiCo.N. At841P .c* .Q jmjftj _R

1 .. Notice. At New anifle *Ala4hua > rt O&ate > 9f 1 (4L 0.
% tq :; ,. February 19_1848* 1 cbunty,onTIdnAt -; c Cquni3sL.CbaJ91po.ia1v i 4irDPSPip5K &
-_- ._-_-::_- -- _,-_-. I A LL persons indebted to Messrs. ,Palmer'- 4ay,4'JtliMay., a; b'r .riy lneaklirie zevbdenittf

.:: 1'Totlce.-St' Mo.-mw) aftqr: date,; I shall: i -!.1Ferris.on, mortgagebond note, or other r"St.:-Angustine.ix j/r St.***Johns'* j,-county, ,,'on.Tues- ,.. -hi oitb saith, that the I /Oring statemei .s ;
..: \ wise, will plfease k notice that tfie day i5thMay. J 'trutcordito the btst
tcr; \ present my accounts and vouchers as Administrator undersigned i : oPlusknowledge and '' w W iraJSMOial
; :;.; of the Bstftte of Francis Richard ig authorized.to llectindsettle the same! At Pilatka, Putnam cqunty, on.Tuesday;'-22di belief54cnr jj. i t_ isO viiiijj. U.LjU.m .--- '*t7ilr7j; >4'oidfgest tf.as'rihis? ? '
; j, Immediate attention to this MaLjo Imn W** i4.rO *c J*" j repao.lfjdJIpepfW
; 1 ate of Duval deceased notice becomearh'ecessary c-SwornandsubscribedtorbeforemdatiOranKe SadpAiflh9t. i
County, to the Honorable c bs'
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Mr.ferris nifif. 1R.1T f vntjan ; ; '
as is about:to 4tJe1onvllerazge county / J'At < -r
% :4' > Judge ofPr bat otsidd county,-for a final, the remore'from om Tuesday iowevtrseveHioTfehronic.i', aWfaM
settlement of said Estate, and shall, at the same State : Suits will.be broughfat once, in all- 29th ej'tuc ; t & psti ejthePace K TMf ljwOT j jieiaftte
-z".r" '? : ti ne apply-for Letters of Dismission cases where prompt attention to the'above'is1 OcalaV'Marion county OIL Monday mti DK. To-WNSF.Nn Cii..'.T M- jtSffiQ&'tyf
as such (t*: '*""'*' I .
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TWO for
Alministrator of which all interested -- i <: eril, iith dliep1fn '
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;t ,', a td in saldtEstale are desired to take notice., : PHILIP iFRASER,- AtiLakeLindsay;Bentbtfcounty, odMonday, j t tV k'mjliea'iideedi.i-in11ttct. W1ye fo'auendeltli; f

4' 2 '. : STEPHEN 1). FERNANDEZ,:Adm'r.- ; '. ..41orneqfor'( JfossrstPalmer- Ferris. S":kc th! J.qne.? ism 'i1 > ,tetlnrt'io *9ii0i< |noK *vof n.ert-th; *4 twed-pr?Townsendr. ogppetite extrin $
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January 20.1849 6m May.20il849.i i a *ft 4t -g-V-ji. ; Fort!| ; fanning_M ,',Levy|jcount/j ,
.: *os : J ** TrJi 14'il > *' *'":**" [;summer'wkiie those that did not sickened-and. 7DUra .
: '' "!dr BEWARE -OF COUNTERFEITS AND PaLke'sz1Len f ,' 30th July. as fj J iits.n 4/A '' '- *Tr f is? ?
I E IMI'rATIONS-'rhe. .ledandaston. as onlyjano'th- bI(19t1'.1&effectIntghthfljj

tt .. i ishlng'efficacy'of Dr. Wistair's Balsairiof; W ld ALlfpgMciNS inffringifigVoriviolating the 13th Monroe countyonJ* : Mdhotay, haJiy4a og e44iq :
..1L Cherry.ln all the diseases'for which it is rec4ommendcd I are thtI iednot..to pay 4ittcil fli CtJt2P d ThL Towisi-.uear Sir t A Zhnd vpchil. : ; ;4! th% eof

-Tt '-)i r 1;'. coring many cases after the skill of -for said infringementsjor violations iqy mail ? iami nu, .*)"ae*** Bounty v 'i tayapt! : idren cured by your SarsapaMlla'bf' Wesummer SapaxUa, *yid; ijt11

-.,'s ,: b* thoTjcst physicians was unavailing,has effected |Merchant; 'Danitelr Humphrey and Thomas J. At'- complaint and-dysentery-one-.was only 15* fence;! tfaf. | jieah. twobjtj-
iBarney cith'e> i < ortPierceYSt. uciSon-n 4Mofh months plo and the other 3 tiid.in L J.4
i- : a lane and increasing demand for itiThis ,or or"iKfimacting as mj irgents years. They were i t1iiartbrn
? 44- :! I fact has caused several unprincipled counter |undeta"pJWfr'of] Attoftifypdated on the tth; ;3d September *lJ 'K> *riccsr luqi' 1Itc yery much reduce a iaVe espectecl'tney would efiti1 mbyj i'iijz1d iEStIY1comx

< : :* feiters and imitators to palm off spurious mixtures 'dtiy January\ ,i48 .as said power of Attorney;: i rc'ady pAlljperspnsin erested ,and'who bveatg :ue Itbey were giveitnpjbystwbso r pC t1l& tla

|fe-i ofsiinilar name and appearancefor- the 'was"revoked'by me:on"the'i23d 'da ofhApril, *their *witnesses made tteirpr6ofUr.e- Requested w ---ji-,to hare phyiiansiei1 us Lbattotryyour g14iN
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: genutue alain. Some are ;,i849ZEBULON P ARERPjtentee.-: rea1yand come prepared Jocanopportune;

% >:: Wild Cherry." "Balsam ofSnikciiud.' 'WiId jNewarkjhib; Iay't9i849. ,,.,.,,3mos __e___. .. 1Settleis4i__jJ _$_: *ldndiher! SrsaDarillac 1iId 1ierflo inii'nf' 1i T : Pn1IThnqA 11Afl 1111 ViI4 )it'r.
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He s. Cherry Comfrey,! &c. Anothcrj ?VesteYs 1i1Ch'iiIg 4 K bottlS'cojapietel f fctj
: .' ; -.4 Balsam of Wild Cherry." misspellingthe/name! E xecutdi s tVotlcI sIii epoze for ty to identify their 4, lands.- ,rsi srt vl*}!* yertised-tthati is6rt.hlessbtit- ire" heiwr teBrBignatuYerofkT TO'WSSMR' ?*

... ,t and,,forging certificates tolresembTe'.thVse-- Ii the 2ddayotAprjlnextjn front i. HUGH -ARCHER; thankful that we did for;ittinddubiedlyf; isaved- : 128iYulon-ktM *
p the' Ji 9jji e'3 i fvA efti'df the Anterior} Jthe.lives of.bbth. Iwrite '
true balsam "Dr. rstaJlsamoQTd, nntb ._? .L # f i Ji thiSv that others may N.Y.Bedtbhg&- $
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-.- p.' : Cherry' is the only."genuine.s'Tbo rest merely; Jie liidren.inyJohnLouisa and Thomas ,tn cf- ) *ffttoct.ujj jr b0- i induced to use it. f* T O <** icirufly *l

j;.'; .', imitate*'the 4* in&of1 th origiuaIwhilethey: property? ; de41; -:_ pjUi -1u1tlvJ-ot1Ni wits5e 'a

::5. ls essuoneofityirtues, .. to'satisty adebtdue'' from-said Estate,;, :1 t 4 ..-SixMbLnith & -1 Etchiioi4, .ji iCoeT4 klestnWtiP292OOL
tfJSLLTO: : wuci uaH7,"i 80011 appiylO"th .w
LOOK THEMAP.XflP i- AVAL JEHfiKMAM <>-Hoai LUN4TIC'ASYzdJ1r.To tn
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;.' ; g. G TILE GENUINE ,-,, ., xVlast Vin n TCcs'ment'JtHickmanj'deo | robate1JadgeofColombia. unry' James injEsq.one! fth A.ssltat -
f feiol Pwnu iqn ,
Adniimstrato
tc ; The genuine Balsam is put up in bottles! with Jacksonville.,%* **March V1**.*.* tjt*10th r*' ,*il849.-*-* 4t Estie oI Hepry lefte n .Ji"W H ffifJ ft i
I-) the words.fDr.TVistar's Bulsahi: of Wldr'Cher ( 5S"uiThe! above sale is;postponed to the first ( -c rJORCLEoAd1i.;1ateofEaIdcpunty': gentleman spokenof inithe
E: : ry, Pbilad," blown in tho lassV each bottle MpndAyinJulynext-_ --- -"ijune9.lAircT1oNEERi .-__ TVA Jan! 27iJ14J'r T *>*wwyMfani&yKMiW -throbgt the Unlt&1 )

: r bearing label on the front with the! signature -:-;- _' r-, :_ -_ --i'--: '_ T This fe 6 y ne'ofnibWitha frar nrt& $

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R. cases are
$ ) PPP .t copyright eecurcd, J844.on.which : ; cxi: RJ1D ita
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: willi always appear the written signature of ir thH4ttahd.j
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: ftfl7IartO4'.thCCOUntiattend4 are
LB: TTS/? now.prpare4n.-connectjonwjth-i ir tittoI
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; (1OUDIALS, &o.-.iarnschino, Auraao, *** +* AOttawr.i- JNl4aUsIE.t heu mti ?I -
I ', Abaithe Lemon 4 &' J4 1 )" r; .. A
ii. S iWWRFJ FOwano.teafeeleett
Syrup siCit. _
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-W: ron, Currants; I'rcscrve1 .Ginger( FhSal -i -- ; ;W.1fli&t& ( & iriS uiflrH JtEift ost aislressing.paina
1TnEai ? ,myaimbtf(ttrtfa YisittT fSra
mon and.ostei ii f TSfVS*A
ises.,Sardines: Oliv d.BIacklrj .
j- 1iickaof Jie tbribot4ee
"Jam : : y ;
Jujube
-'-- I aste,Refinea Liquor ice- 5 the %v,14uj 1hkszijlI aL *
&c* For.sale by : 4gntpf the UtMai'teamcrat 4it
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lLee ? tt ArMREED.ATVToticc ti SMJ JpSPfty BWB this-f1aceandrenow enii.f igJ44ey3
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__ I is hereby giventoaliWhom It may- isVAnt7ofthi -

ifflceni.by petition, ,to the Judges ply ahti! & : -8tIf4ctionaa I -Q9 cnsgnd wmi : t_'_ ;4 WUor.-R4zx.4; : jj.9j' ;

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