The news
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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: July 7, 1849
Publication Date: 1838-1852
Frequency: weekly
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 )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 3, 1838)-v. 14, no. 25 (May 8, 1852).
General Note: Published at Saint Augustine, Fla., 1838-<1845>; Jacksonville, Fla., <1846>-1852.
General Note: Editors: D. Whitehurst, 1840-1841; T. Russell, <1842>; G. Powers; C. Byrne, <1851>; J.F. Rogers.
General Note: Publishers: Russell & Jones, 1840; T. Russell, 1840-1842; Russell & O'Sullivan, 1842-1844; T. Russell, 1844-1845; Albert A. Nunes, <1845>; Gillett & Hazzard, <1846>; F. Adams, <1846-1852>; Charles Byrne, <1851>.
General Note: "Our country."
General Note: Whig, 1838-1845. Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Florida statesman
Succeeded by: Florida news (Jacksonville, Fla. : 1852)

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1 $ : ; fcetit sound tod perfect wood by the contractor.. r1ng6 inches in -feotfthtifoutntwa 4.'
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be ascertained V j jV
Sierm.raer bl.tte.um may knees at cents tided iaci 4 I ZV44fiVJ.$1 )
per & % VV
n.'rtteVlwthth< adveitieaets9 fCT 40,0dfteablc.,.__. ,?, 8outh1Ye-_.. 500 cubic--feet. Long Island Locust timber.JengtLi'n0nes3tIian10fe V VV
'.Jirtt nqt.raarkedjwifh tfie, umoei : V : : low Pine plan\< %ockK.ta average'forty-five feet : V'to'aVcrbge 12 ini OOtjeet V nafcplank.>>I*V*JK jincheathi I

A4verti 9en! in length" andcnorieJessf; than.thirtjr-fiveVfeet inches diameter nttt leu than 10 inches to b'eof Vitcesw&de, toJbi. c1earpuwellV ,seaincV- ,
reftulVed,will be continned. until forbid f 4t-i-; c I. - ". .. % __ .\ "
rf qieTtkflS Ibutnay the,best -quality> free from alLdefectg "

Irgd for. V ( t reiain J&eMturallap pfithefree., The -e ulicfet I.c, !r.t .>ee *as-panfc vyf incheaihick.jn-c r? 20 ; t

tTF c dollars will be charged for all *flflOUflC cubic feet yellow pine plank other Vsidesrnab31ne4 vof.parallel ,-,:;-L. Islandr'4 :feet eacb 8 x42rinoHes
OC&1 te for Pee.V stocks i'cents e cubifl oot S--- breadths or.withthe natural taper and mustfi&'ilriVdlrtraign.nr Jf sit 'V V :j& Pfs j 1' ViV8eOned..4.W pi

-.forS.xMonU : ? ,, $10 00 rrcuW; .fee rftnijiscaouS.ye witfiJtf feXrT'curt'el 'Th ; 3OpIca Yellow Locust tiracef-, 150cubic feet,. CO0jeet1bpanl WWirfnW

and Creditors, : 7 00, pine, at" .;- cents per cubic' foot VV BniaUreidjn BU'bVless tHthe1 t V !'-tjtCi Island,12:feetteach?Tinx 8Unch.e >fdi. : etwiIeiobe learand wellpsonea. t. V
Debtors --
/Souce to V i i* S ? t V feet ash-plankIinch.thicfc: 1240,20m- .
butt endj'and: the biiaI1V'e11d t ist-lot 6e VVaiiieta..1p LVV' L & <
LettersfchAdminiaration 500jjAU fcv J12iTLji.WiCsfo. .-
InnJicstion for V p.cheswzde clear and. -
; : ,. V less than tvfelW Inches FeW.aV9f rane. ; 1t & V
religious uotfcwrwiU.be inserted-..pttuifljf === No "woodMhaV one-eighth of' the"breadth VV to 18

CVI' ;'-If;mjr tobVaccepteaf I*desire tobe acMrea-. more of. sap the face from e corne,, w1bSaiqwe4 .fa timber.. V tayeraging V inches'. .wide" ,9 to 4*be'cleai andiefl-.4 ,seasono9 5- ? V

All commumcs xns tnutt be addressed toC. ie&thiOTghtheLp'ofhlcei at-4&l on n the* *stocks.iTiX 4\w. The VvT sap.u wood to be e;.. plaikQc : rjVVu: 1V7rf, b4 2 V
the Li.v r ii <:2'S :ii.1sM < iiiisartjii jA 500 feet teinch ash plank,' boardjnaaure. "P
.contract to be. sent to na sgeZIt&t > : :* fO tV
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GlltETT. P fcy for iit i 1 ** *-5i; t V}V V tnn do3 a j- J,16 .
personal communications wilts B. V prp ViO V M ) V. .
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chrerjiieine.Rtl. : To r nu odore C. W. SatNr :- feet1on 1Std22ninhhiquaiC less T do JtVV:2OO.

03" AH bills (bf Jnbj rjp4qgi*" t be paid. on the Chi V Bu 1ikbf COflStt11Cti0U, &O., &C.V per cubic an4fo : I JJfi :4 V fij/eet, half to square V :ioci V #do?o L3 i do ,.. ,1Q do do; t-i* V4V V ., V V

;&e1tr.r1ot! the work. .. Washington V V( V V All the aboye ;.XelowLJPine]| Timber to be of -J3 |tlchea We, the undersigned, residents or -, the yerjr $quality, and free froui al.de1qc4s. avjhe to end; of. the sticks jljo be of thq V V V
in the Stat of-. ; liereby1--guarantee .The eodliobtf sitwed bff;stiaare'i0'80 ddperfict best'quality kng leaf ne free..frobihearBlihkel'wJi&'sIiaUs ) ; ,. do, oart1 rao'LoP1:6Uoei4

pIj1POSALSuzSJ at <. .> is anVall Other W : !
be that willwuhin five day V LTV V V lengIb-bythefoo.; t. i ::
accepted fects to be hewn to.o-falf and
FORTIIE NAVY ) ( s ; edge, to have no feet or.ff b V V ,
!, fterthereeiitbf contract it th&tof... / .i : VZ C- more sap than one-eighth ofthaVbreadof 4h'e ?! *r long,* f
the same W4Zt4L17IIII "1 -. u; ; fot. 4 V *t'I
fice designated in eaidiibidjiexecute V ctrVrV ,
; : *>- e. *- face from-each corner and the cubical o'ntitsof ; .
N*!! PEFARTXSNT,, I with good and sufficient sureties, to furaisVjthe 2,000 feet, board measure, Not3Yh1te 1e, all sap to'be excludediin, the measurement of 160 white h'oarsti, feeL feet

JBsrw* of Construction,'Equipment'"" an4 Repair articles proposed, in' conformity with the'termsof 1 inch boards,.to.beclear.of: all defects'such as thetiniber. eaV i>.* V S I.. iT. *; ,,P {>,VVV 'U ifl *? iir y. ; r..i. uJ i *,a&%T 'vi-T VV V
'June 13 1849.vjEALED made. of rt; ft s .300 white ash oars Mfeet Ioug.or4200 feet 'I
the advertisement under:which it,was knots, rote splitsshakes1'stsins' coarseness The 'promiscuous tirnber.tq! be. in lengths *.'* t e f J
proposals, endorsed "Proposals for 1 CJ.DlE. quality,1sap Wood/holes, irad inevemeiawfnKpperlthousand 'not'lesIjtMd otfeet.J't inlengthftyithftfoot.. r *4w; ;
the \ : V F7 feet board meaisufe>3 CW t J < TeMgei" iwi... t./w to I .5OOwhiteAsioars,13teet Jonjt.o'r .C50Q fen. 4InlengtiVby
Oj Timber or.fivmbe ry ningthe yard for which the offer is intended,) I hereby certify,that to the best of mknowl-| V '30,000 feet bbard easurej'No; tf.White Pine veragtngil6inches quareio be"bi thc:* best V ir V thafoot. j .
this Bureau* until three and belief the above named guarantors one inch boards tohaveuotmor4haI.thrfemedium 300 white astfo'arSjlSfrfeet" long, or3600! feet
received by edge
"win be quality, long leaf, fine grairr 'freb 'from neart, A-* -* jST .
the fifteenth of August jneVf orfornishing and sufficient. V V JiH, 'size knots withki tbe surface fifteen S VZ, *1nlengtb bYVthejboL ? V t +-j > ,. V
Vdock,P M.,of Are good V shakes, wind sbJakesj, nndall: other defects f to'MfaeKed -Alt *' l V4S *?'* p p
: and delivering, under contract,, at. ; V V V: NavjvAgent. feet; to be clear of all other"kndtsj 'sap wood' .to aif iie4go'nccordingt&the growth the foregoing- ash-kr.xvr. .timber and plank to4" ,
yards hereinafter named the: rot, shakes splits Jholes, and uneven sawing-- otthe.best qualiy freefroxa kata, .e 'j 1
.flirteveral navy of the tree, and to have .no more sap than }
timber,lumber,and other articles embraced; in NAVY yARD," TTERYMAINK' per.thousand,feet.board, measurer v.JJsh *atr ,of the-breadth-o/Ahe lace from,each cornerLanu /V t V Is.4 .VV V V
'AU advertisement. One-fourth of the, whole ; V 1stCLAs&- -: Ch&fy, Mack 'tFatnfa! excla-. Cr..ts'N .. V VV
it-** i>j J->'N--i' .
must be de- -
f c4 iiiiiitity reqniredat navy yard, thesidedinch ) ded in .measurement of. t1iCtfm. A pro'Fdi.ti6n fler '
before the 1st July; onerfourtb on V $ ,: of ** < '- v *
'liered.On or V V V V the above timber thLiy be Jwed witha feet'rrhi '
$ pianit-stock
the 1st September;one-fourth on or before 600 White :Oak knees, (or.4 00,sided inches,) cubic feet White Ash butt pieces from fair 30000 cubic oak per cu- V (
Wore 800 curve oi',6 inches spring of the VV
cr ,, ,. .oneway. i.T '-. Uic foot V *: : -r: M
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one-fourth before third to be 7jhcties/the .J i/ t< tWt.* / Vstick. -
of ;
and the :
on one
November netsiding
the lit ; 14 to'30 feet long, Jtnd1 to average 18incn 7 ., V
th 30th December,.1550. Iu case of failure net siding of one third; to be'8 inches, and then ameter in. the. middle jf the stioks/* clear of Th .aforesrid "plank.stocks? .and V ;{promiscu- 10000 cubic feet white oak promiscuous'timber: ,
the times and in the other third to be 9 inches the i "per.cubicfooti u *j. ? -'iot 0&{ ,
todeliverthe articles t. Biding.pf ; bark V none less than 16 iuches diameterper 'ous'trmber' must feUedJbetwfenthe 1st of :
'4kproportions specified, the Bureau or the seftrl arms te be in lengths from 5 feet to 5 feet und cubic foot. i ,' >'V flV October and.he1lsi'of.Marc 2000 t'eet'4i 3nchi whitefdafciplankj?per rhou- -
must have J isaTSOl
: nj !sand feet boaad'jneasure. J
commandants to have the right to supply Cinches; th e bodies to DO in lengths from 500 feetboard measure 1 Cherry boaid8jC6neinch grown within7Q'ijniles"oftne( igeV coastmustbe white
2000 feet fliinch oak-plank'per j tbou-
deficiencies by purchase and the contractor und t42%, averaging feet. V ,thick,to average 16 incheaper thousand stripped of.the t bark "r or t.hewed./within 20 53nLVfrt measureJss% .
,.e:: .bpnrd
ku nretics to be responsible in twice the con- The bodies are to be sided to the diameter ofhe feet; board" iiire. 7 ;*/ .' of the 3000 s feet..l ihchVwhitoVak'boar, V,
the size taken at the middle ofthelen&thof -"--iiV-fcJ fc i 'per Jhotursarid '
ami !
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tret.prce. 20.000 feet board.measure White plan V .
grouncV, VV "' 2x
; # V C: feet/board measure: 2; 4
articles must be oftie.Ter7 the clear,of ark.) Three ; j V
All the timber, find other arm, ( 2 inches thicks per thousand feet, 'boHfnea..
best quulity and subject to the inspection fourths of the siding or diameter is to be considered V f V V As3VNoJ4VVV 3000feet: 3-4 inch hite-oak boards).per thou
sure. '
? i nfl JfV ot'"lin' ? ? lt ftf'
established for the of the kn e.V : r "; 0 f* # i \!JZAy*& V >eauu xcct,,uwuru uivaBurv.* .?. J 4 4 V
the.governmeatof net siding ,
And. measurement 500 feet board measure CherrjpUnk, 2 inches Spar timber M '
the several flV y yards,printed rules The rnonl ling size of the body, in the middle thick to V average 14 inches wide-per V The above 'whiteoak plantStocks: lo bein
and one-Half net 3 yellow pine sticks or 267.icubio'feet of :lengths nothlCss.thanj35 feet, averaging ? ;
Vhich be obtained on application to the of its length, to be full one thousand.feet-board : spar
may measure. '
> ,4 < V H timber J half id .V12'i inches'and .
50 feet iongr5l(5inches -'feetf fta
( parallel square
square .
All said
iifferent commandants er navy agents. siding of the knee. feet board measure Black Walnut
1,000 r3iyellow; pine sticks or 2tOr cnbicj feet of -14 inches and 'upwards tat i the-top1'end ofthestick. a V
timber,lumber, auJ other articles must be entirely' One.halfofthe; above knees to besquare, and boards, 1 inch thick; to average 18 inches wide spar
timber 45 ISV inchea They,must be rougb4qu ed'J
fee.long ccording iitithegrowth
V paralleL
one-fourth' from eighty to ,
satisfactory to the respective comman4ttt to"form an angle -per thousand feet-board e srcO a_ Qp :
form 4 yellow pine stica cubic feet of of the tree;to have nofWane *ex- -
the remainder to an an spar. S.
ninety degrees board Black Walnut
; 1,500 feet measure,' timber73 feet foqg 25 inches frokn ceeeingl-5the width of the face Of.theide
Tfcc'wVite oak timber.must be rough squared,. gle.from ninety tocnebundreddegze& : boards, 1 inch'thick* to average 14 inches wide. : ,;t) % ,3 V b'ared- to'be'of;the. feee as e
ek best-qoality from .
according the growth of the tree, to have no The length of the arm to be measured, from thousand'feet! board measure.:;' ', V ; ( ,
wine exceeding oue-lourth the width of the face the back of the body as moulded by the 'angles 500 per feet board measure, Black-Walnut plank, 4 yellow pine stickler 722 cubic feet of spartimber .heart ihaktB,4 wind .shakes.bad' knb'ls, short 'I 'jvV.
crooks and all other defectS i'The cubical .
,C5 Mfrom
feetJpp&K liacheai con-
of, the side us squared. All the yellow pine given. 2 inches thick;',to average 14 inOheswide-pO tV tents fthesapshallbeexcludedin\heniectsare- V
timber must be ot the best quulity of long leaf 2d. CLASS... thousand feet board measure. '** .t-j : ,};:. V ii" *> rnenfJ .Cj ;
,4-.yell9wpino! sticks or es.,qubic feet of'
fraiit ;oulies &Te71Iwtoiredgeand btr hewed- ** V feet Board' ''CjrpresVboardsf spar
( to have no more sap than, one- Lumber, (".Llp rd measzLre, ') per V thousand 1 inch 10.000 thick; from 20 measure to 30 feet, tong, and from V 14jmbei:;52feetloniE lftin lwJfpom iuttl -r T ;; -M V.S* :vy-wv .u aBiKBza ,,

'fightn of tVe bread ih of the face from each corner V feet. 8 to 12 Inches wide per thousand feet, board 4 yellow pine sucks.J *or,3S4 cubic feet of spar not less than 20,feetjlo; average ftTfeet;to square 4 h ,
timber, 48 feet long18 inches K from 14 iriches nd upwards.'at.* top1 :lend of the : V3Itick.LtO
excluded in the 5-fnch
;the contents of ail sap to be 2,000feet, board measure, 1st quality measure. Ovi fcu'tfc* "i jfl.V"V *rsft i. V
it inches.1"
measurement of the timber. The oak must be clear White Pine plank 50 pieces Yellow .Locust, from 12 to 25,feet average Itmatbe rongb V
2 yell wpin sfi ksorl47 d biOfe toi .
the 1st October and the 1st of 4-inch 18 inches diameter] to' spar squared according to the growth of the, .treo Vu t
felled between 2,000 feet board measure,. 1st quality. long, and from 10 to average *' ; '
V timber 54 fee'V1Ou inch" frdmV Tirane
4iq hive no1
to i5
exceeding Sif
and have within sixty miles diameter ciear of inthe tfieiwjidth the
March, must grown clear White Pine plank. 14 inches birkj butt.-' cta ? ; 'X4 5
of the sea coast; must be stripped of the bark or 3,000.feet, board measure.1st quality 3inchV middle of the sticks/ 575 cubic fel-ti jper cubic ? V face of the sides as squared to .
sticks 968"'cuoicTeetK6f
liew d within days alter it is Jelled foot. V* or 'spar quality,1 frbnf/Keaft'1;/ Bhjlkesf
twenty clear, White Pine plank. ., V
feet i ritlel.
and placed clear of the ground: of which satislcitoz1 3,000 feet, board measure, 1st quality 2- pieces Fust icv, three feet long'and; sixteen' 4tirnber,72 16n122' chp bad'knot sand"all oilier'defects,
eviJencemust begiveuby the contractor, inch clear White Pine plank.. inches diameter, say 17 cubic feet-per cubic pinesticks, r 874'ubic'feetotsparfe'long22ineh contents oC the sap shall bo ;

lytLe production certificates signed by two 10,000. fee*,board measure 1st quality,2inhclear foot. *' XtAlfor.the, aIoe'Yellow Phe aralleL, Vj is measurement V > j V ;

respectable witnesses, with their deposition ou White ae.plank. 1,2O0feet board measure. : Cedar'boatds,1 15 r J\Tfae above whitcioak j
to be of the best quality free from heart shakts.WinJet
oath, befcres'3inejudg {he court or magistrate -10,000 feet, 'board measure, 1st quality -. to 25 feet longhand from 8' to12 inches wide,V shades *and* all.other'def&ts' tbe hewedto Jscuous tirnbermust be ;fel led; V
within the township or county where the ,inch clear White Pine plank V and % pf an inch .thick-per thousand ,1'eet; a fair edge and to hare'no'mo're, than. 1-6 "October and 1st March, andi
tw&er was felled. .1st quality 1 board meis'ire V ]"' --1-* ; sap > within 60 milesi of.thasea-coasU i. ItII&b1r1
fi 000 feet board measure, V V V :. Of the breadth o'f ih'ef&ce'from eflcli"c6frier.iThosepieces *i"'r"- '" -*- v* -JfJ ? V
Persons offi-ring for more than one.yard, must inch clear White-Pine plauk.: All ;the AshChefl7V&a4aboedescriped; ,to taarkeS-s'4 ra& bnti'>rfare od pf or lieweawitniri

Hale separate and distinct proposals for the supply 1,000 feet, board measure, Ist.puality V be of tha yerybestqwilitycleai0f rot, splits., 'yariid/fmd'must- aAnie at'the'butt! 'and fpr it. isYelled;arid placed clear of, at
J eart.- eeJnkg tfte classes -of articles separate; incn lear Cypress plank. shakes,knots,cross grainuwormholefl fainsf. Mc': lined'full-towards th end/wh cHVcair b'e.tapeir'edo'nYthe'laTgepieces' VVi JV4i A.CJMLS8 NG.( : V

c&d embracing the whole quantity of all the articles. 1,000feet, board'measure, -1st quality il-iuch The plauk and;boards'',to be.si wed'to even thick-: tbncEei and'the- c.f-l ,

nth class. The cost of each item must be distinctly clear boai*. V nessc-s.i VYV. "" K>
smallest I inche the1 cubic
V V to"J by foot i in't V.PcTV (
carried out, and the aggregate of each 2,000 feet, board measure, ist quality 3-inch V CLASS No*.4 n i 7 t- -s3 iarf i ? -w* "dfi5 1

elaMcorrectly footed up, which material to a, V clear White Ash plank v the _CrAss No, s:. V V V : 5OOf tV4VI.iIICTI bl &hite '

Mr comparison of bids. An erroneous e.xten- 2,000 feet, board measure, 1st quality 2fneh %- Slack;Spruce. iSpars and: Poles.-By. V,i ." Spruce Spars. V (1t 1; ; VV V VJ VVxVs a3On&l,12Ior16 '

ton or&n erroneous aggregate trill constitute dear White Ash plank. nc1eandpo1e.. V !}iiTIS V p
tt'iafonatlity and.will not be considered. board 1st quality:2-incli 25 spruce spars, (j&JojSChfeet long"of proportiopate '
6,600 feet, measure, 30 pieces, 37 'fe tldn'8'inches, diameter in *
;Ko extension of time deliveries under any clear White.Ash plank. the middle.5 inchesdmmeteriat jthe"1t6p end .. sizel pe'c fpar. ,-, :
contract will be and lticsfor non- 1 V it &sprtfce spirs,;45'trfS'O5 feet'1ong,'of-jprbportionaesize VVVVV ;
granted, pen 2,000 feet, board measure, 1st quality % clear of therk-per inch;240.lnQhesn fBlilment will in all cases rigidly enforced; inch clear White Ashplankone.haltl 40 pieces t S feet.longi'inches owmete'f |n % per spajf.4 \ V i006Teeiificfi'clear; whiie "

!X tilden are,therefore,requested to offer for no to be not less than 20inchcs wide.: the middler4l 'diameterVatJ the ..topend.. Objncbcs Spruce spari** !6j l "jto.9 inches"per : V "- aches wide. V 'V ? s
.' V
-inch2l *
-* ;rLj- -miclear ;f :s : tinner'-irfSaa-r i'ti :jH ii*
j wjtihari they are sure they can furnish within 2,000' feet, board measure, 1st quality f ofc the bark-r-per,inch, 280 inches-j : V i V -: ,

,4i time specified. V inch cl AThite ASh plank; VTone.1u1t V 30 pieces 30 feet long,'7; inchesVdiameter, in," a V-V iV:: : AsN o6." 2ooo; ; .!:

:;. Ike price of all manufactured or *awed lum- V to be not lessfliqn2O.inche8Wide.: the middlej ..i nches diameter* J- 'JA'.V'i.at, top end, .e V VV C.? V V :
54sh r.t4 )
for will' be estimated and determined by 3,000 feet, board measure, 1st'quality 1iiichV clear of,the barkper inch21 Q inch'esL'.yL V 4d.to :VV V V )

'dvieat'ref' the square and round timber.a&8 < clear White JLsh boards. 40 pieces, ??feet longj'6 inchesjdiameter2 in 4 24 inches 1,000; fee SiynchlcleSr wh'ite :

>itlierwi8e specified j by the.u cubic Jeot." 500 feet, board measure, let quality. 4-inch the V middle, 4 inches diameter at"the top"endr"clear V : V diameterr3b -inches-per-ineh.- ;- /"- Inches Fidefl2-to If fee r w ..
t Ippwred sureties in twice the estimated, awtitin 'Black Walnufplank. of tKe oafE=pef inch724Cf; mcEe ; 300 inches round ash I 1imber'2O 1o'24 inches ; *- quantftiesl* /
the set forth in the form, of 1st 3-inch V I iameie&per.inchcy V f f i rtnrv yt>iiWtp'V T li l :
manner 500--feet board measure, quality 100 pieces25 feet'Idngr5inches'diameter in 4 n< Y V'V f.
A "cbntric ,will be required, and ten per cen- Black Walnut plank.V V th.e middle, 3j inches diameter at the top end, 200 inchVs round ash timber-inches diameter f 'idet12 t 16 ? ..

each payment &a colUteril &ecuiityglheJaithful Black Walnut plmk. 100. poles, 20 feet Jong, 4 inches diameter in 200 j inches l. round ash timber T.- 20 inches diam- 1,000 feet 3>4 jnchjcleas V

performance ,of the.contract.p 500 feet, ,board- measure, 1st:quality i3. the middle, 3 inches:diameter'at the topi'endj- : eter, per inch.- r .- I -fiSftltT 4d' : z
t/per centum of each delivery will be paU, inch- Black Walnut plank.1 V v} clear of the barkperpole the pble>' tt; \ tlOOOJfeetplank,4.laChesthiOk: : i ; Ki

9 tie navy,agent within thirty days! after the 2,000 feet,.board measure,' 1st! quality 4-inch All the above spars to bet oL theveryibest.quality ; wide, board measure, per.1000 feet. 1 11,000 feet ai-inch'ciea 1wMte ; V

Peeatation approved bills, in. triplicate ;by Black Walnut boards.: straigbtnd 1500 feet ash,plaak, 3 inches-thick, 21 inches .' iincheafwidiatoJl< ; .

tit eom'toandAnt of the yard at which- .the. delive-. V widefcoard mea ure pfer 100Q feet.. 'f quantities. "" 'V '

rtrem4l V V V 1500 feet ash' lank, 3 inclesthick,2p.bches 1oo00, 4'eet 1k-inch 1iii VV

Every offer must be Accompanied by itwxitenLutythe V NAYVYAIDVjCiAELESTOWR: MASS.4f V I V V eI.IsR91sr: ,f wide'boardmeasureVper 10QA feet. V ihVeideil1,2ltO $ v'f

( responsibility of the guarantor or I1VWUW Live lOak timber, (by the cubic foot.\)\ a inchO qtintitiL : &x -
Piitors to Ve certified by'AJnavy I4 01'0cia.lperso V V CLASS-NO. / iH wide, boir1 UOOOVfeCt1incbclearMhitO : ; ,
VU Oak keelson iififr1jati of 1st
known to the WMe ;or by some one : ; /* z f is classfttwbWs is 1I UoI.Z t ; inches ; ; ; F;
le&u,) thatif, the offer be accepted, the 'tid-: fe.WhiteVOj1auk8t0Ck8 wide, bourd jf

I ior bidders will,within v&daysaftertbe Veirlf forty-three A **UV feet in length, none jo,be VO .t V 54.2uO'3J pieces 29 fe 0 q4Q d4.dd fO/J 1500 J 'j feet ash Blank cI.tbiqk2O iuihes V t?:
average inches.wide 12 tbt-46
? the contract at the office designated ,
post thirty-five Jong, and none. than ; ( 121t1d 1r < I
tt.&hisamjwith and ufficlent"sttre* fess than 2000 feet ash 2 fhick/17 inch w'iu&titJe3V3''J2[ J/ifttf. :
good W& cfc V plank, ipche3 i*
end do.
twelve inch*;square a; top o/ 2 do j22&idoI v/110
articles toltermsipeciaed cid 9.000 -inchelcaT.tviite
nrnish the r ed.agreeably Vanel3 'The stocks to'be'lined tbight the siding Oa 4P-- ( baard'measure perlOdO feet. V
in this advertisement; 'and'be ; have ? fHjwdp ft.p 1000 feetash'ipUnkiSJar hes ialf O inches r/T( -jdinohe i wideO2ottf
way,5 and WIYVbe Btraighitfor, along To be sided 20 inches ana moulded iSTncbqs. *
ot.f *
hm&y embodied iu the,contract. The wide;"b ard WetSjIrPeV1OIIQeetI iqoantittes. teJJ' : :
other IwUf sides ybe intended;.
curve-the way ; Each of these pieces to form \wo
,..! Otlz August 1846, forbids,the cbnsideraU fair lined tapering iriJconformityvwithuhevgrowth pi f ces&toVbo .worked to-4i-,18 in***-hessiding1;.and 2000 feet plank; 2i inches thic1c1Qjn b swidebrn 1oo&1e1 i 2.ufch;uzcrchathable' f "

U proposals'not accompanied by such exceed, atureper 100ftfeet0.1; feeantupwatrd&ln| '
of the trWji The wane4must opt onefourthof six inch moulded j nett.djpieosion ,an]allowanceia -. V
PmntZ. <: x., .,i th widttbtthw face of the stocks as made of 6 inchw emouluUug wpy.-th t.the 199Q.f thick, 21 inch ss 10,000 -ipchjmieecliantable
catitoned fett and m w ds : t- :
1ZI4er*are particularly to,< idoye cubic foot v s$j J Jt hear of 'pl e o.nkfr4ecz <
Bouared--per ; y **- ,u8 above required; tKatTtheylmay V 5OOaicubiCvfeet/Whito7OaV % tfEiec to V 1500-,,t -feet ash t pUnk,2_ ,. v1"r inches-- '--thickfl7in4i-*.*.*.; '> s,4de -> V j
CaioguUhedJrom bust new Je'ttcrs, in) IongP.aL4, feet. eetrimdiupw&Hz 7 .s
W prevent iKeiAeiugfopenea 4>eTlheP SfelM jV4Ofcet 5ttg; -tb 3jj:tLtteOakkeeJii '2bO0 in5'V 10,000 feet'good AS 1-40 :

10 T .t equal f wide eqrejei.14QG feet t t12--feiet biagjtii Ii I SIV
7 14'#
1 i*?offers not'made in- strict---j conformity with Ut&latsfy
I 4Odiiiginci l6pieofi*;29ftiJfelQngVl,07J; cuiof1t leCchecks
M'erUsementjn every: particuilaiv wilbe, ; diesandn'm-'rt '
ftferf informal : whose offers.,are rjnycbjkthejfc); 6'd VV33 do VVVV4O8V 5'1iih i II ( ( ::
as /Those -
cotlppg neaiciingrouiue.to r >MVU 'Ilbluly boafied.'and cbniracU biifr theigbtO ij ; V ;boar'diafcaiiire e> 1000 feet V V : j
and to f9rn v
? > -' t twly ,tucbe. anang1ro t.Vs43224t ddiV ., *
; foofe-"oeK l l./rO ;n" kofM.tr'i 1O V
? 1ithOuFdela u 2000 Inch sivide
v .p nofferiag iIO to120 'degree.Th bodie to ejl&dIauetr ; : .c i .
Are directed, to.d esignale f he. ? OUhdVaDie IfiI 8Ih boid measirer, iOQ0ee1oo ;
o ldIteo1ih1tC :. 1uih s.ct'1wdbOi
baW7Th' J t'o V iiVhVhd 6V VV; 4VdO : V :
bj1k 4 ? ?. ?JkTfi-Ihrmlctdle elflepLb'1 ;Wj&ai 'lbelie4ncp 4oo s j
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t k) V '
i6oq feet. ;
isVrnadoV f 6th wide.rboard"measure
I t '1jd! o fjfI1 2000 J., pjjuikiuclxes jHick, 18 inch s i(4) do 5do cVld do
1o49.f .
) & WA5E1GTO. !( -- -, W 1 dLdo 1da do ; r
I ,.;.crebyngreto- -J. tj rfl34elA- j j '- inches) !thz dth&Ar i fo iII iaflII htetbls4bth8b1I es V rence? t 0 1 4 do da4di.4 do ,

: 'i ponot1LW4!! All thenforesaid Liven Oaj k ela rV

eizienI it; tIiee4ertisetnent truiPrea 404 be are kuV shall have 4 2000 feet ash p pe1 s nri
t F.ot d thn1pth esit, thlri of the w oO number to iq miles from; beJecX and befreofromiil.defe ; Mid

1t Va t bQgot4ual1t7 1500 (cot a'thick;13 iucljeSi

< ftii'j jrT! > rc.> ) '.V ? il i W the purose for ), U V VVV wide, ard i Taeasure,per 1000 (cet. I ,and ntt less than 3 feet : '
tnd -. for tiat/wd, to witJ 'I .4 : ; ;


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Jc9:" r '; Hi**' koyy-Bci* ( jiAe bat.) 000*, otonc-tbinl V djani.terV to-b%
V #o rough 1ilCkOqbAr8IsrCCtIoI1gto square 500., or on thIit thick fncW __
5 nc1e2cetITcbut. V 'diaj ter VV es; 25 ,
-* r -"w.'iY7" j >. i'js V V gar3 deciption, an&n deDt _VtLiWniil
h ? !. rough Hickory, bars, 5] feet long! to square All t9 tloni JSO&tt : V
f ? /t, 3 inchesJlroot.mboTrbottr 4., rr- 4ssJe. 3.&i 4 pi ces, eachpIe e 5inchestbsck,12JnCbpj5 V V V ;'j

,. rough Hickory bare, 3 feet lonjf.to square I
L-. '. k. ; ; :: 3 inches 1 foot above butt. ,%$ f- Wth0tacuulfrt. tach piecej4 IflCheVtbiCk2IflChes & : w&m mmpM

E \..} tough Jlickory .bars, 6 feet.long, to square .) wIde 9 : : V V V t-TIrACKSON1LLE1j: 1849 fflM9TMs&m T>*
r. 3l inches. inches Uhlcky 12 !inthes V
;* : were in inhtendanc6 in1ci
T. 500 n iincb Yellow boards000
Poplar panel ;-
b'l aup.
.,. .All to to split str&ightfrm the best quality
,', fLtt: f .;. : ...of white heart hickory, free from knots and all ;500i :2 ,do BlackAYalnut*** *toSOO do d I3 seacbpIec! Unchestick, 2tkeVV J hJA Vryii V
1 lido $ t.- 1
't. other defects. :wide feet long,54 feeti V l'V
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I s vJUwdo do ii V t m W J S
14.it::: : 4 : : Cypress (board measure.) ,500' """ 1VdOVV' : -H.do ij' iloiM-do.f> z 1I other d fects (b Ui fool) V July] badgeof a.redflanbel Sfi?

5,000 feet of Cypress boards % inchlhlck.I Ihe.whple to.be Jnspected and imeaanred>agreeably the celebration cn4heGreatAR iet a 'ihi *
4 ,6.000 do do li dos .to the printed rules issued br the Bet '- : -- yf dHowlftt Cart '
( r ', *V "* *. which v ; > *?*** ;.*tnttjtt>& ;XT ,7go
of will be furnished
reau, a copy biddersV bo12 In. c -
4 Black Walnutt boardmeasure 1 000 .
( ) one
per by the commandant of the Navy Yard, WashingJirJ V) jd'breatb.ioOifCet'ot .
bthuffipirdS ville. Man aitnes has it-b qa ottr ( ttij
$ : hundred feet. .t oL ,.,, itflh cq t boars1in htWCk seiallth&4eJacacia

i '200:'feet. 4 x 4-inch black walnut joist, good NAVY YA1tDiGOSPOMVA.; t 060 dc pdV3j;* dos il s* ,??$ I perform the same duty, but we. mutt,,,

:; '1 and dry. r V NV i'000-doW* do.f'iifc f&airia4&fcrm; say: that it has never aflbrded us Fall?> .

; t. : ,,GOO,. feet 4-inch black walnut plank, good and V V t a' u tTQibe'ie igj uidSOuicheswide equa. aelicious rewinescenee,
; % P :1 -.>-, dI7112t0 16 feet long, 12 to.18 inches hzie .'Lpr6portions&ftacnJ; by tEe footed-v : faction- AS'greataSrdR the'pi'esent oe I 1 a1 .1 V
_'Y ::9 *ide. 30,000 cubic feet.White Oak7plank stock, '.. :I ;;:* f .ctAwNa fl- .casion.: Vtr1 tV.Vc3 ye V V VV V
: 400 feet 31-inch black walnut plank, good and 1,000 do da 'promiscuous timber; 'r i r-r- 5'JiJ i. .eaeh#- 5p" Vf lSal V r 'PoiAoEs.P&age .
t ; :; dry, 12 to 16 feet long, 12 to 18 inches To borough squared\Jroni30 to 50 feet inV 200 HickQryihandsK q feeungt1 l ?
4 inches1square atthe outt encL and not -j<*- .*> *"
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: g wide. length ,to 40 feet in,lcngth and not to ** ; X' >.
average than : ,raenced it912, .jt. at IhcTCoufrJHotise
1ess 21
f4 P..4 300 feet 3-inch black walnut plank, good and be less than 14 inches square at small end. f 4 .1 iUCbeiaLV.tben3a1I.EUdJTC V; !

rc1 : dry, .12 to 16 feet long, 12 to 18 inches White Oak thick'stuffffor and tres V,.beofteredJ? : :. with an address from Mr. Lou t ) ;'t
caps i .
Wide. : Q-1 ; 14V ; _
4 "300 feet 2-inch black walnut plank good 4 tle'trees uik. dSt.
: mfli, & ) '
V. V
vI ; .: t4 .and dry, 12 to 16 feet long 12 to 18 inche3 V 10 pieces, each piece 2rfeet In length'V 16" inches -* iience bein first?..tta&b&ftteMias:2 V i jIV tim
p't: ? 'r' wide. 3 tqns'tign u1poportiOflVOr.b( *? rzr x& Wr; ': u-r1. *? A riEs
wide 10 inches thick, or 232 cubic feet.V ? Sated < )V"V
: BLS. as, te4ai'keen .wjthof
oliowingmetersiz.,3i'4r5.0i ,
: 400 feet 2-inch black walnut plank, good and 10 each 19 length.U4 inches
pieces piece feetjn :
; : P dry, 12 to 1G feet long, 19 to :18 inches wide, 9 inches thickor 162 cubic feet an&a11 p July: Ob'7PLii the jiac1'1 .

.i wide. 15 pieces, each piece;!7 feet in lengih/14 inches &##*+ rntscrcks) ; -V'l ,VI eyedabound._V j .feinctttisi-Pj r! !
100 feet linch black' walnut plank,, good wide, 8 inches thick,'or 200 cubic feet.,. NAVY: YARD, BENSACOEA. I( -

; and dry, 12 to 16 feet long, 12 to 18 inchss 15 V pieces, each piecell 1 feet in length' 13 inch xil 3T sfK&'CiASs'No' ;!) *' A f -. we were delighted'td. :firid:Jthre( Podridaa Ben fV
I T-* .1 T 7>73fig 1 .r- 4 flI
wide. 9
tv foratorstriking
es wide, 7 inches thickor 1 20 cubic:feet :1! i :d ; e j ii1if fc)V V ouVa.nevv-J-r-t :patn.wnere* t .
100 feet 1 1-2-inch black walnut ,
plank good ,
.J-jB-wift- ?> *
< r- >}-r> -- a ( %> '-A:4: .1 .I.4 and dry, 12 to 16 feet long, 12 to 18 inches White Oak or Hickory small butts, "for 2,500 cubic feet beat quality.TThite oak plank- hisaudiencerc6uld foliowr'hira vith5$nsi fer

p s '.; wide. Cooper stocks, to aVerage forty-fir feet long, and ntfne: terestith> 'crfiriiVV -'t; *! *-:; '-' J'>!>'>*" -
'; 150 feet 1inch black walnut plank, good less than thirty frye feet long; to squtfre front iexceptwn nallusipn V A tbeatol1oweJ: ?

and dry, 12 to 16 feet long, .12 to 18 inches 4 pieces, 20 feet ia length,'by the piece. thirteen to fifteen inches,'and average thirteen to Nullification and UheKhbde Isliskrj ,
1:: wide. 4 do 14 do 'do V4 atto enda, '-* M 1%.' '" T jz.fV *" '-* :je* i; ja&i.yftfttt&ii&&* ten* &VV* *'.if all the delicacips of tfie Seaioi b
4 t? 10 do do V V ]AnajAn ir, w m gh e 9m9'' ,
: 400 feet 1-inch black walnut boards, good and V ,3 t-ii .CtASS'Noya- .? ,* ) r e jr ing9u'rselv | !
dry, 10 to 14 feet long, 14 to 24 inches .4do 6 dO. do. V V 1 ; Vt } lytbutlof p1aet1iedrationgse untTCi-
YettowPMe imber ffthe ? '
J4 ; jiI4I. : wide, equal quantities. To be not less Than 6 inches at the small end, -. -- ii -.>*- > -,1-f! ,j,. .,;!\.<, 'cubic.-foot.? f.r; j.- t enegCtiq4acjion.. npon,
': A' 400 feet J :inch black walnut boards, good and and clear of knots and straight grained. 2,000 cubic feet fine-grained long-leaf yellow satisfaction add reflects high credit things before us-

:: dry, 10 to 14 feet long, 14 to 24 inchesr1tf 5,000 white oak barrel staves, usual sixes, by pine plank stocks, best quality, length mot less lijonf.its-author. <&* i ** Z& ,1,1public 11fcjrivi. s "" yea4! oljwthnythe -

;, wide, equal quantities. the thousand. than thirty-fire, fee, aTeraging.forty-five feet; & & $* i' /f t4:* Tfl .eflorts of pthew

k4' '._. ; ; : .150 feet |-inch black walnut boards, good and CLASS No. 2. to square from twelve ito fourteen V'V ,; IayeragethirteenattOpeiitL Ji-T-The then r "* ,:assembled v* *- x *-at- ; *the* fortuaate. The Regular and
j ; L' 12 to IS inches wide. [ ; MethoUist Vo1'toaststhrc ---
t dry Church
White Pint board measure, by the thou to witness the pie-'
.'; :; k 200 feet black walnut veneers, 3 feet long. V e CLASS N$;3.;. V V TtQU -isentation V < then given, and we

., CLASS No. 11. sandjeet. Lumber oodrd measure *, *of.4' a'"* '->-. ,*on A the? part of the to' assert 'that
5,000 feet of plank stocks; to bo from 35 to .60 ( ,) per'thousand ; ; 4 nowhere in th

: : 'Mahogany, (board measwe,) per one feet in length,to average 45 feet in length, V feet.VI 'V T Ladies f Jacksonville, to the Order of word the memory cfthe
;,: hundred feet. hot small to end.be less than V 14 inches square. 'at V 20,000 feet best quality white pine boards,!: the; Sqnsof; Temperance, 'land to listen -: recalled with motj4

.j .; '120 feet 3j-inch mahogany, 10 to 14 feet long, 4,000 feet plank, 4 inched thick.' 10,000: inch.feet thick.best quality, white V. pine. plank. li V t,* j-s--to::an;' address;" / ?by !the R' v.41r.S4- "- and.*. -affectionate J reverence- 4 jEafl

: : 12 to 16 inches wide, equal quantities. 5,000 do 3 do .. ... mchthick t* "* V .. 'i.*.! IALL. 1 hprincpaI.feature of> the, intereslingceremonie3was -" V
:- 100 feet 4-inch mahogany, 10 to 14 feet long, Susquehanna pine; no plank to be under -. .10,000; feet best.quality whiteipine plank 11 thatoccasi n.pera'n1inner. "A It hough''not a TMI-
; d : : ,,?' 12 to 16 inches wide, equal quantities. 12 inches wide. the presenta-/ '"!"!r ..-J *. 'iji

:r.t:? 4 : I 100 feet 3-inch mahogany, 10 to 14 feet long, 30,000 feet plank, 2 inches thick, V ,10,000.feet inch thick.best quality white pine plank 2 V inches V ,*lion_ fcJU Oi.thO-if"v'r banner: byAIJasSpiioN" i itp was at(ended I JH.
12 to 16 inches wide V V j < J ;apV rytnauyatrictIy;
equal quantities. do 11
30,000 ternperateme43jS'VV
': L r thick. \ V V : 1 v her address thereon. jWe 'shall f : :> .- t r--f- ,
150 feet trust
21-inch mahogany 10 to 14 feet long 35,000 feet boards 1 inch thick we :
10.000 feet best quality white pine. plank.,. 2 in-. ?33VB3; ; fI4 no instance, excess occurrcd-UTaw
ik1t. .. f .l: V .
St _
.1i 10 inches '
i : : to 24 wide, equal quantities. To be of the usual breadth. Susquehanna -> t .j.' not be considered asmerely. VVVI "f V - i- !
+ .ches thick. compli
;4J:1.E:; : _I:. 1 '200 feet 2-inch mahogany, 10 to 14 feet long pine No. 1, or first quality. V V V V .- : the solemn observance of tbeAna
feet juniper 1 inch best quality ,length
': 11' 10 to 24 inches wide V 10,000 ; tary to thevsex of the-fair speaker when '
equal quantities. 20,000 feet board, % inch thick, to be of the to be from 12 to 16 feet, width from 10 rro ? ? fr>.. ; ;; j 7 j.j : ar ?. CAIa iat '
4 100 feet linch mahogany, 10 to 14 feet long, usual breadth, Susquehanna pine No. I, to 14 inChes.V V V we pronounce unqualified admira'tioh -p. i -.
; ; ; t.'t 10 to 24 inches wide, equal quantities. or first quality. company adjourned, to meet Ij
:. j: 200 feet IJ-inch mahogany, 8 to 12 feet long 15,000 feet plank, 2 inches thick, V : CLASS No. 4.. V 'of the 'subject 'matter; J'of* heir reT simi tar auspices ; the V
.' .. ;.D one-third 12 to 15 inches wide one-thin1 V > "s-f", i.-T ,-* ; *- i if 'JJ on; next "J 1oeth.
15,000 do 1 do Hard Wood Plank and 'Boards (board marks and of the lady like and / Vi
t' .-. ; 18 inches wide, one-third 24 inches, wide, Usual breadth, Susquehanna pine NoV: measure,), V : unasauming ;The :festivities otthe day wereeeoy .
; 4F. _: '.1 V manners 'i "
: 1"
equal quantities. 2 second V V V iflWhihheacquittedher' -
or quality.V j d1thift
: a 1500 sup. feet cherry boards,.!. inch thick .12 T TV.. '. &_: si .r.H e. 4V:4: ir/--jir-a5&; eexcuf.:
; zoy leet i-incu o 10 iz icet < U '-'- <** : '"- $ *
manogany long, self **
: one>quarter 12 to 15 inches wile,' one CLASS No.;3. V V i feet long,12 inches wide. 4 t j V j :".IIOfl.*. thisoccasion J.- *,..,._ -J,an._ .admiration.j i, ., .* the Steamer UcarnutgeeVwhereaj t 5c
: Southern Yellow Pine 1000 feet black walnut 1 inch thick 12 feet i in which : know *. *-lf ,
: quarter-18 inches wide"one-quarter 20 inches by the cubic foot. sup. we the whole audience V and -. t, (
long 12 to 18 inches wide.s '* .;-:.v-n-- V -> dancingwere; kept up !ntIL)4S
: wide, one-quarter 24 inches wide,. STEAMERS. ; -t500 ,; ; : c: .tvr 4 J *P W; .- V S V
i Va.ncidbour
.. qual quantities. snp..feetSt. Dozningojmahogany,1 inch,' J olneu. $!V ac .; ** *u *iO t ;of:th& night, and
:: 45 beams 45 feet in. length, to side 13} inches _,V:3 and 20 inches :
t9; 1OtoVljfe The
150 feetj -inch mahogany, 10 to 14 feet long. z: t1ong,41o Sons of Temperance, whlf thef sounds itbfrniirth%
and mould 15 inches :
2,025 cubic feet.V ndVcveIrf-wo.d
wide. r.4 ,
15 to 20 inches V -
wide ; .
C4 -crvi
; ;1 ;. ; "* 4aOifeet. 1-inch mahogany,equal 10 to quantities 14.feet lone, 10 beams. 45 feet in. length, to side 12 inches, 500 sup. feet St. Domingo mahogany< ,?13 inch! their united Hesta the.: public) *, then adjouined I.E avo oeton;ifthed- -* / crcn-r' the: -i pettar-, bie

-I j Id tw 20 incncs wide, equal quantities. nd mould-14 i olxoo, 9,1 nH ubi* f.s*. >ana iu to 1VJ;feet' long*. 15 4 to- 20- inches j to the P.Ir "* to partake ihia 'Seminole had he' 1r thh dbijId
,; ',, FRIGATES. .wide.
200 feet 1% and 2-inch mahogany 10 to 14 l t '
t::' '.; : ;. ; feet long, 15 to 20 inches wide, equal quantities t iO beams, 46 feet in length, to side 15 inches, Cwss No.V'V 5. .-: ; -.splendid v dinherproVided i < *- -;- for t- ,r the- f occa-ision. L LV haunts on the; w"St. Johns i."i.. i'j.'fritiu *

:.' and mould 14 inches, 670 cubic feet WAite4h Oar Rafters and VJsh Logs. Awe had V considerable of this V Lisut ; l
1'd. ,; 100 feet assorted mahogany, crotch veneers, 3 10 beams, 45 feet in length, to .side- 15 inches) V VJ. t, 'tf r X .5") i-., ; 'sort V I V. e V fl V V V VIV V I VV V
: t' t : '. feet long. V and mould 14 inches, 660 cubic feet. 25 car rafters, first quality, 18 feet long, to be of to"-*go-s*thwihwit1id" 1,* "Jing u i irrv I.VV V 4 j < .*:..'i.. f.

: ,' V 200 cubic feet African mahogany, iu the log 4 beams, 42 feet in length, to side 15 inches, V 4 inches square in,the looms,450 feet in all, the day we could:only do moderate f*At Paris ihechpieniis'aiakiogCiiei Prance abif&
not less than 10 feet long, 26 to 30 inches and mould 14 inches, 245 cubic feet. by the foot V ful liavoc. i.
..square, 10 beams, 47 feet in length, to side, 17 inches 25 Oar rafters, first quality, 16 feet long,;,4 inches V justice to the viands but jive were agr ebly -! eurreJlw; UpTtiirUst Uf.1IOQOVVdetLS1XTPOC.Iii -
one there weVe
: ; ;: CLASS No. i 2. and mould,15 inches, 825 cubic feet the foot square' in the looms,400 feet in all, by! surprised jat:4 a variety jvVitIi we V and six hundred day deaths"reporttd.ihe"iu."'cdcoses

J.i.i: IV.; Maple, (board measure,) per 100 feet. 10 beams. and mould, 46 feet 15 in inches length, 815, to cubic side*feet.17 inches. ,. 25.oar rafters, first quality, 14 feet long, 4 inches (t had not expected could- i> by. any possibis I-. ihal fallen Bugeaud before and other eminent"penwni'lati:

; V V 100 feet Maple Joist, 4 x 4,3J x 4, and 3 x 3 5 beams 45 feet in length, to side 17 inches, .square in the looms,"350 feet in all, by. ility 1 1V ;,be furnished. The.Ladies o-.i of Jacksonviile iThc bill for the the'scourged abrogation of Ibe VV Natip.tiorilawihas ] .
t4:; r j' inches equal its. and mould 15 inches 371 the foot VV V
qwintit cubic feet V 4 V V V
,fr.- .::'. V k V 25 feet Maple Veneers, 3 feet long, assorted. 10 beams, 44 feet in length, to side 15 inches, 25 oar rafters, first quality, 12 feet long, 4 in? > -- '" attended* \. fw VV*.in- '-grenfnumber: --f -Iy 5 and| passed the House of'Lordi jr k-
; and mould 11 inches 550 cubic feet. V ches,square in the looms;300 feet in all, by heir proverbial shed fouL materin1amedrnentlaxidreceiTedtlao.
.; Cedar, board measure Jl/. V beauty a lustre''upon al sanction: The"bill effect Jaaa-
per the foot 7 7 ,_ goeiuto uv
10 beams, 42 feet in length, to side 15 inches V *; V UVV r '" jt
:' 1000 feet Cedar Boards, % inch thick. and mould.11 inches, 520 cubic feet 6 oar rafters, firstqualit7V'281'et .long, to be the entertainment which1" set ri JIMfOn' V V

V Vh.?. Cherry, (board measure.) 10 beams,40 feet in length, to side, 15, inches, 51 inches square>ih the looms ot'the the blades valry at defiance, and very naturally attempted Wednesday fa Paris an by inapieniinsttrreetiHini about thoulid(
to be one-third the length rafters twenty/
; and mould
: : 11 inches 500 cubic ,
( :;; 10,0 feet Cherry Plank Sj-inch 12 to 18 inch feet inspired i the 'Sons"witli or the mounuinparty hie.idcdby
The above beams to be fine and 7 inches wide and 2 inches thick at the .. hew V energy 1trpet
:;fr' es wide, 10 to 14 feet long, equal quantities. to spring 6 inches in 45 feet. grain Yellow Pine, blade end, 168 feet in all, by the foot i in i a cause, wbichipoessecIsuchudvo.ates. :- ; / 3. 'wasquickly upptessed bjr he trooj>
ltf ,
; # .i 100 feet Cherry Flank, 2-inch, 12 to 18 inches 20,000 feet Yellow Pine 10 ash logs, 12 to 14 inches in diameter, and 12 number amounted to seventy thousand
.1r":' p V wide, 10 to 14 feet long, equal quantities grain. plank* stock, to be fine feet long, (per cubic foot,) 130 cubic feet c A fterlhe appetites of the torn- raIitLiup&' ere nLide to erect bamcwleiila!

: ( t1 TOO feet Cherry Plank, li-inch, 12 to 18 inchesV CLASS No. 4. CLASS: No. 6.. had been the evening theie mblydeclAred uaeUfri*
ii.ii--.i .Hiij-'All--
j V
pany pretty generally
spoilt -
wide 10 to 14 feet V maacuceanui7af"
long, equal quantities. V VV de1i&riigF"VVV
V 100 feet Cherry Boards, 1-inch, 18 to 24 inches Southern Yellow Pine, (by cubic foot') 4 White Oak Knees(per aided inch. the Chairman gave .puC the thirteen V i -* pnTbursday- TLeIaniI MZV.
V +
; i .:. wide, 12 to 16 feet long, equal quantities. 4.'a- .ui3 25 knees, sided 7 inchesj'arnf 4 to 5 feet, body 5 r egulattoasis which bIubsidd antI
100 feet Cherry Boards Jg-iuch 18 to 24 inches ** P usJ inches ; were, succeededby
o> s "f ::1VrCetin length,175 : ,, .. ,* V
t es wide, 12 to 16 feet long, equal quantities. I 25 knees,'sided 6 inches, arm.'4 to feet, body 5 V ibevolunteers.V1argeVflumber! ofhese V 'one'ime the'p mis % s 'iiniaineni" TMK&Arrests
: 1 100 feet Cherry Boardsinch, 12 to 18 inches a 8 ) ** .Qi. 14 to'7.feet iri JengthjMCOjnchW 'V '*" ;: .f harejtaken jplacX incIuOing scVenf ie*
V kt4V)4.d? V. wide, 12 feet long, equal quantities. Half yards. ;V 00 too 2V 5kneesided l K inckcs AVn, A tn 5feCt bOdj X t have been handeWs, but from the bers of the Assembly, Margcd'and teafti "

;: 100 feet Cherry Boards, i-inch, 12 to IS inches I? .Q -P C3O to7feet V in lepgthi2. rnehes. V limited l accommodations': of ,our Jittle ibeing'among fnein: 'The last ac'coua&Bp
1 r... wide, 12 feet Sf'a SB li* x.i---c;: "t.J ii'--.i. : 1 A fAfnnlr W imt f St.-- c -
.,,4_,V long, equal quantities. 0> Nonith; varyInore thaI( d greeMftoma ii .t :
: ) 100 feet Cherry Joist, 4 x 4-inch, 12 feet long. '-4 I 'J5 H ightigI V Q 2"Ju 30L..lawt15Aug.V paper" 'we' arecompelledVto. give only the, y ThC citfof3ItIiims .Iste& (fli'
.; 1 ,.: '. b 150 feet Cherry Joist, 31 x 31-inch, 12 feet long. l 680 cubic ft..or V V V .VV) V V :V ?XV ; : : .i -following,> f Selected.frf"at f.'i random.w' We V state of full insurrection'and to bite VezbIed
: : :: 3000 feet 1 and 3.inch White wood Boards, 14 l 2'pieces, each V -V-.H -jA f *. n gOjeniet'offled ''Bejubhi L
: I .kV. to 20 inches wide, (board measure.) pjerr. 62 22 22 19 16 10 V 7 hallgive the.proceedings .iafull. next .-alarmngdemonstratioai o"nTtae pirt of1lBe

; KA\T YARD, PHILADELPHIA. 1 176 cubic ft., or 1 What the cause of this sallow eomplexion,'jaundiced -. week* V4..4 Ji- "* '*' -':** V 1 2 pieces each despression5 of in'lhe5sicfe j> I4L 4jn *t. 1 .. and f a'Umetfie'' Tal tiie'i'ariblt&ittrections'of -
: ; ; V CLASS No. 1. piece. eye, spiritSj pain Vi. j :
55 20 20 Volunteer Toasts.ByWm I
17 4 9 and slioider Tfitt3
V ,Veariness of body,bitter taste I 'ptobable
& i White Oak, (by he cubic foot.) i 'i< 1- w' >'. M, Dewees. -." Te, arityand Fi commenced bh.aT'denionstratioir'gpt ujf byttt.BeiBepublfcan <'
f White rfh board
( the mouth? Such
F measure) per thousand m ( is thiAuiryicIih'V d elity"watchtrbrd
j ;: 15,000 cubic feet White Oak plank stock. ofouiDivision/Womaxi' ; (aa a protwif/romltofflVJ
4 : .x. Instructions furnished at the yard. ., feet. V V the symptoms of many a most'attractiYe graces, anthnniLn the sureit'guide 1fa learhtlial thePrench: ariaymadevta ttackpn

$ t CLASS No. 2.White 12,000 feet of plank, 2 inches thick. which is' discased/and the'Chblagogue is *the to honor F: uvJ" s"j. ; j V Bbme on v *--j, ** *. .- =

V ,OO0do do li do remedy always successful in euriiig it1 Try it By the Standai Bearer-The Lady'who preV iJaryengagemenl fin hjtheEemaac l08

V ;: ; V Pine (by the thousand feet.) 4,000 do boards, 1 do and judge for yourself: --For sale by sented us with our Banner, her beautiral' ad-.. eight hundred men, succeeded in carp'"UHt

; V (0,000 feet (board measure) 3-inch White Pine To be 12 inches and upwards in breadth, dressmore jb'eautifullyyproriouncedj'is"alon& A 'series... .
1'. plank, 40 feet long, 14 t.oVI6 inches and usual lengths: .' V ? V L *4 w .T.O.flOLMES & Co.) characteristic of herself;',she has not only won E have since taken place, in -which'iTario th! rirtdrri

I .: ; wide, square edged.Jree from defects 2.000feetofplank, 2 inches"thick. V X V V :5 41 V) )tVI .tjVI.II AIVJ 'I our pledge. but our eternal gratitude. J I Ii slyf stafeo bnV n nrMeh! t1Is !. .
. t )* V V ; that would injure them as stage plank. 2JOOO do do li "Jdo BASTE BN JUDIC'IAt' ,CIKCUIT.i.ijbt.Sffit > V- ;>'*'!* ,_'"- VJ-i '-

t4t'.4 .:V 10,000 feet (board measure) 2-inch White Pine 2,000 do boards, 1, do', V V ; } *-'* *ofSfc1Johns* -fi t h1e'fairest b1oasoz thatgrace tbISLZiXit1 ofoutStat
: panel plank, II feet long. ,From 9 to 10 inches wide, 12 to 18 feet t.l 'County?.*. Iy5 V 4JVt7f atV flhnv: : biIttfron4t1iigine

: : : 10,000 feet (board measure) 11-inch White Pine V lengths TT ;; *. '."* .... Thursday_ .. i4th4ayofJune,. .. ,*. 'AaeorgBFairbahks $U 'T o .s.iini pyr.V V
.. V panel plank If feet ? ,
V long. V Black Jlsh (board measure.) D41849 *
..VV 5,000 feet (board measure) 1 -inch White 4,000 feet of plank 4'.inches thiCk V' rl L ,
? ; I :. Pine panel) plank, 16 feet tong.I 'natSj i IniChancery131-* *;** !r < g9ea4ngforwith female influenceariy VV V ;' V.VVWV
;c V, V.10JOOO; feet (board measure) 1.inchWhjte Pine 1,000 do do 3 *'do* 3 u nT-ks wt.*'.. kr.Lewi prji? %%fega npj4ear; ; -
: do do V l> V
1,000 > 2Jdo "
; : panel boards, If feet long. ; .i V & y he resideniaof the ay r iiiid: attThiiaU
1,000 do do 2, dd I i Djiiio'hteMii f?.T tK V zu7.r : 'fleei4ilr1i
V( n.Ti : :
; VV 4$1 V ; ,
t V :: ; CL.tssNo.'Zt.V ;12 inches au-1'upwards breadths eta1- .VJctV .ikTTVOiIiiiand

V ,. WJiiteJish, (bylineal foot.). VV 1,000 feet V of boards, 1 inch' thickr'u>1 w s It fiIi 1id V U4Z' to-jfliield;usyjt6reliTaBS/irfBd: ) V ffIp '
:t% do" &Ri1aftk; V ( ; : J V$1 ; 3Vt
dot iBt OW
; iOO 1,000 do4 : *- *
seasoned White Ash 1V 1e'uU t't; :
.forraftewL; llfeer.or a1vitft; I V
_ 1400 lineal feet. 44.V1, V \ : Ei JTtfbe in proportions breadths of.dich 16.-i8rand: 1 20 in'Tches *- henry :w.' V, Cold Water Armr! th/reVVtil: buds of promise tile t 'aMatamiraa.
400 of ?
seasoned White Ash,' for rafters, 16 feet,, t rffiS rrs/ffd f titisr 1 sid.in the : li dthaf :tddtftfeafcs : %
or 1600 lineal.feet *HenryBontdlfChartes Bouteltyand Ma- "ByP9eThe-ib1Onf tTh ?State&' W V TeXas ',
/.- 3\ Inches square" at loom j 5J by li Inches at 1,000 feet OfbO5diflChthiCk16jl8 s.nd 20 ryOarnlIneBut4xeside in the State of v..T tdwitt; V tlx--1sT *UXkJa vjjjJ f ,. fws V V ci.c.iThi I'
: ''I ( ihevend. < 1fas.'V
shnstts1 "r tO V ta rVotsorfkaEidsdaoghter
: ar inches.widej-proportions of eachl, c. .. her 1
_-1 NAVY YARD, WASHINGTON. .. to beclear.of defect; jjfcitf VV V On motion of said Complainant' SoiicUoFif /! : >er r-ererVanWustain ife* $
- "* ''* :..Elj. is ordered,that the said Henry WoveeiL i wvt swrt i- *-* r.i-0'te. vT 7:
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: j1' hands us the (folowin YrOm :J irc tf YJtIrT'1 puI. ;; '1'\II ,:e oatJt'f.JI 'I ri\:r ..' '-ft- k U,. 'r1..tit.uR.. I'IXIILL:.be IOWi-belen' C01IIi Hense,1*. .. t

II If I .::1 ir.'LP j1icitedlbi 1tis1r ecentabte: and, "1tb t w, t r.tbi'1'c)1.T.7, $( t : .. l'dte ti'icd7Tr i&order iifffi";. ''. .0.,.. 'R'."'";"f'. '....--", ;.: ,' "_ 1 'vv thTow. oIjMjIl.omi the n& t t ,.
f: J to,defend mj reputation, b&4 in order to exhiU t l t Moadaj la..Aui rt' fcetwten" 'If
!e r rili_ preftent.adrniiiThousand :1.Onfie..fSi nT.r ifrt t.lep sl 1. : 1. **mt, Qnd r.
: 'eip Itloihel nHicaae )
; --. .
k tptaBint'Ae cowardljsjTHtem "I. i: ;' \. hours of'aale AHe to
,1L misled u.feiu i i iP'8 &f i t : of" e4 ,.. *$ wit:- :
( who were mti .of political tutsassioation zioi to much invogue. '. .
t !. -' ,: '.. -.J Ji' .1:.it -: : VO'4. 1 '(.1 ..:" one certain lot of ksdi'I.f % apparteaaacitf "l t' .f
1j..ihe nrparty' professions General clns ,rhe'.C6de OI.re:104t taC 's :Qo .. *? ; '.iv ,1&L&1 i '.J,: '.' '\ 6. '! Uzereto belosii aSajTow! Jac1. '

see how utterly>selfish he Ju ;, J Ke p gi. Y1i; Abotei1itacting or nine moDlLBtince and while ;. ,. ,. "J.. .". it; 2 ?WK. *.-' B-r J. .. ?--&>,-'Ii :BOUT' 'ille, and-knowiTojBtfce. plat. ;,of raid. .Toas 'r.1 .4.
J0ifl0' : : 10"
\1'i.1 letterofJtfr. Lippard has beenenerally b y( a rsh.:deposrt'tbyazstih1 as: terttwo'e\ters "hich :\ ""' -jElecflonOfSjaie" .ci-1 ..J ', ; Lot Nflttfci'tt 'squareNo:lo: "Yfce Witii S .
iL Tc .- : bd eisP& in m.boxnft e s'.Offienittb SenatOr ,. boundary line of said loteeisaea'elNrei B y tt ;it ,
.er-g published, and justlyMiedby :other-' .in.digingit1wtiile. 'the americans' ?dpened'by meirHhoat lobkin : & ddi4s5 : *" and .,ron$'thence Northerly 105":fwtf,< tottoSeuthernnioit ,i
% Press.pgaylVafltafl. c ;i VACANCY having occurred In the ofieotof '"
Finding intended
imkhediately iwefo A
rnoreav8riciouseptheird that'lhejr linebfLot No.6la "
; the. Republican ; ;scoverjes < 1 '(
'a .I ; bte a forM Drewj returned i-,makin g l'' State Senator in $e eighth Senatorial No-10;"thenco Southerly 78 feeVlwajrfljTfeetj tae =- it !'
; secret ? Iongasposs! ;? J f ri D.f rih ie'1fhich. P9I ..is J>*trk*|>y thtfd ath" tHo1ffJn: es B.T.'IorUmer : South .
{ thence
Crawford Co.] Go. > tbat..troubleV.lt ur \'i.tboSt U l'. ted,and tie declared Isimseli perectlyaatisedimpezipotlve ind in the thirteenth S .'d ri district by : '.:"_'t27t.fe hJlV .
fjOXVlLLE, 4 W'ik?* SaM yyl-f. T 1 Tfci J Li'f*9 < f* -- thevewcatwardlynIongMia .f I'J
iitio 'i1J
June 2, 1849. .) l lans; ;i 4UII1 "c .tl ii i.)1rime11\ii if li that L liadaclexiiiunderno; f on: aiiersoasonthe feet t:the'lace of Mm DfJ1i. *'Beiijb ,. "cI} :. .
-vi1'T' '1 *r"W* *Ji* *-* !*/*' fifteenth.Seuaforhl:: district tltisf .
by rcsiirnation
; Union 1. noticed a AmerIcanDecorne strong 1-'i1inJli not ,Thegrtat.resemblance in-4esprqur; bu<, larHon}Louis Aldrichi -) _ion th r"IfortV, by lot-No:;ffif6 ie.P' iMb', A '
-.5.::: : In.roy Jast ainess }etters"and: tho Xmjditidj&lifrjii \ itheidrjOrdererItThat portion r' ald lot No.' 'the 'Kist .
; & President surprised if blood should flow,. r fahd >: an"electioa"beeld' in:said'dktricti, > ; 3.' on by"a'portion : ; i'
:-,from.you,addressed to the foreigners be driven offc p thediMeoftherai keof, .tbPwto terr fh. Monday .the' firs dztitOctobeizt't on .of said lot No. 3, on the'So!'bv" BfiJ*"it ;, .t .
which breathes naught but a always placed the letters in the boxes ,/ \ .| > said vacancies., .. -s < :1 fill. and on the West by aportlobfsald lotNo.3. 4
"In the 1
Tutor gold regions, new .discoveries! .
Like .ubsequentlyMrDrew.committaIt.hesaine &id.propmyJeTiedioll.to it- 1
: satisfy two flifiq
patriotism. : Z
unalloyed '
and of t.
of hell'.uniiermy 'hand
> the seal
.'spirf, well thousands of the dern.vcr&tl are reported to be made daily'_ in' ;various mistake.b/Lojpening lcttersaddres3sed tome. the State of Florida, ,'at the sued from the Circuit Court. for Dual z coat ; 'r ,.
as ; Capi- .
1 Ii as and under lumilarmrcumstADce&. He .'
rttt, directions, nil presenting the same ; Jndgemenis of foreclosure obtained at tia Star 4,
Georgia were induced to give them and, entered head that ". CapitoilnthVCityrofTallahasaee.thia "lermthemtonein
suspicion my : ; for rJ SJSaauaki .
Vista" general features its those deposited before hfe )than'myself woulJ ,have -1- [sw..l yfof JunfA.l)..1849,and and the other in "
iheHero of Buena my support, any_more ,'. / :opened 73d of favor.of Sidney WmUiiguw, t l:
L of "no-party. 1 known. lettei-s. whicli he kn belonged to another..., year. American .Indepeh-. both against George. D. Mln r -V7 j \, f1.
the syren-song ; ,' Jd.-... .iI -t t
,1 in hands from General A company ft, Bufialonians have Two weeks since the;:Editor f'th. Kepubli- ii'J{, ; "- J. THOMAS LED T.II" .:l h', .l;

)tare a letter my the been doing very well, rigging pumpsfor ,can in an editorial afticle,'commenting upon thermoLl 'AttOStr% ,A.- E.-").IAXwELr.'Sec.'LD.MOSELET.S: te .Sheriff or.Duval county. 'f \ .
which utterly repudiates Air. ,
J&CksouvUleJune3O ,
Pouslrbm'the Post Office used -
of 1849. -- tdSiberia's *-
Taylor, ?s
pumping out the deep holes dug -at July 7, '49.' tloct, i 1f :
of the hot
entire political Whig party the the following language"Lt is too. late now, -5- 5- : ; -'

And upon the strength of the mines. if our opponents sensitive about.the,inatter, r. "Sa e. :' .
proper. therein contained, I not on- A considerable number.,of young men to ascertain 'that.will, 'whether.. that remotal WILL be sold beCore the CoirtUoused or. t"\" .

.rntioos advocated his election have returned from the mines, disgustedwith has 'lee*'made,for tcausel ,J3ubs quent11. Mr.Pona ,1 onJni theTQwnpfJasonyjlIej, the &
fowled for him, but 'waited %tr.Drew and demanded Anexplanation firs ext
the hard work upon w august ,DctweeBiire use
obtain f
publicly in nearly every county necessary to of the offensife lanUah1Ied-. ii .hours,of sale; the.following ppttjtowit.SlavesTena :- f 1.

the State. And now how deep and gold, and are all doing well: in tra- itorial article : What.the repljrfexubtly."vras; I .. ."t. : 5;-, .ged- about', 25 years, Arayabout 1J.! f.-A

in must be regret, when 1 ling, &c. Gold can only be obtained cannot distinctly. learn, but 1,-understood soon 12, John,.7, Louisa, 45, anuThomas 3*-- .

poignant my the import by labor such as only the most hardy after that he had;;excused himself Mri Pons 1- ,.. ., Levied' upon as,tbepropentyofJoahuafli&- 1 t +
see him shrinking from lofty are able to endure." ,: by insinuating that the objectionable:word -re. Executive 10\ man, deceased' and pointed' out-.by; William .p .4.'$

of his pledges, and suffering himself ferred to my.having opened two of mjr. letters TALLAHASSEE Department'June'26tb ',1849 ) U.1"th, Executorsofs id.'deceased, 1 -.1..
to be made the mere tool of a bevyof j Lumber for Sat Francisco According while acting as Deputy some months since.. J to satisfy a fi.fa.issued from the CrCIZItcOrtofDava1cOnntywbereinWm.BafleyndmInia. e. :
hacks. Do Determined that this'evasive insinuation uld GENERAL OBDERS.J .. ,;., t .
wom out political you to the Boston Journal, there is a be sifted to the bottom, I addressed the following 'A ;Nelection is hereby ordered to be held in tra2ordeJonjsnon v John B1lancelecisthe '0&, .t f.i..

Dot think he richly merits castigation large number of vessels w fitting. out note to MryDrew': \ the first Division.of the Florida. Militia, Plaintiff,' and Benjamin' A. Putnam,' WilliaaHickpaan 5 t .:4

(rom the Democrats who supported in our Northern seaports for San Fr.m- SIR:-It'having been intimated to me-'that. on the first Monday in October next,at'the places ,"Isaiah D. IlarL Executor?'or Joshua "j,

him/ Answer this, and believe me to cisco, to be freighted with lumber and you did, in a recent conversation with Mr P D8. appointed by law for the,election of County Hickinan,. deceased.. ,are u dantst: ,
co-laboror. insinuate that the cause of Mr.P ns' removal' Officers, bra Major General to command said ,THO.\IA.SLEDWITI; w. ; i-
le truly your building materials, for which there was alluded to in your 'paper o/the'21st/was the Division* to fill the vacancy occasioned by the Sheriff 0 Duval. count y. : 1, r..

Very respectfully, &c., at last accounts, nnd will most likely fact of my having opened two of your letters.- resignation Gen William Bailey. Jacksonville ,June SO;1849.' tds.. t i'.y

J. C: C. BLACKBURN, M. D. continue to be for some time, a great I I beg that you will'state fully.and-explicitly And an'election is'.li. reby,ordered to beheld : .,. -- *, 11'I

George Lippard, Esq. demand. Several vessels loading I what you. did say regard to1miaelfin1hiamatter. in the second Division of the Florida Militia,on .STATE. P FLORIDA.. l "a 4{.,
were and also whether you did intend to the first Monday(of October next: at the'placesappointed r Alljoivhornchee Pr s.ent I_ ..Mflc4 t..d!

flu Cholera in the West.-This terrible at Boston, and others have gone to Ban- convey any imputation against my ,character, by law for the election of County OfficersforaMajor Greeting z .' ,; -.! _. : .., ,; f:..

the New Orleans Bee gor to load with lumber for California. or the ressioruthat I had opened, your lettens General to Command'said Division TTTHEBEAS'Lawrence Byan hisapplied-to >' '' '.4

scourge, says knowing them.to be yours. to fill the vacancy occasioned by the,resignation T T 'tie for Letters dismissoty from theyjs- '. 1
Thursday, 21st inst., appears to bre- Missouri.The Metropolitan, the Respect, yours, of Gen James G.;Cooper. tate George Church, deceased edl ;jTherefort, 1 I

rail with unu3ual fatality in the citiesof State paper, published at Jefferson _AUGUSTUS.. C. GILLETT. Officers commanding Brigades Regiments persons interested 'an hereby notified to ,file" ., -'-.'
the West and South-West. The "The .To'C. DREW,Esq. ".' Battallions' and Companies within the State, their objections, if any they have,to the l}- "I
from Nashville shows that its says : unanimity we have Jacksonville June 30th,'49. ., are,hereby required to' into;effect this'order ing of said Letters six months after,date,'9ther"i .J
despatch found to exist among, the Democrats, .To this Mr.Drew returned a Verbal answer by within the limits of their ,respective commands .wisesaid-LawrenceRyaxI will be ;discharged I' ; :

ravages there are on the increase. In with whom, we have conversed since the bearer, the nature of which'willle seen in and make returnsiccording to law. by virtue of these presents. -. -f -" ;'. ..,

Memphis-a small town numbering the publication of Col. Beaton's appeal', the following note. which I, dressed him on W. D..MOSELE1T. Witness my name'and seal. of office, ; : j jt f 4' i4

some five thousand souls-there were no is ti uly gratifying although it is neither the same day: July, '40. 'tloct [ ;.s.] this 25th'Juriej A.D. 1841 .i "f. ..j

than deaths from cholera SIR:-I this morning 'addressed. you a note WILLIA31" __ 'F,.-'CKABTB.EE.. .d. ... .: :;. 1
less twenty more or less than what we expected.Ve .- 'enquiring whether you had'.or-riot ina conversation Mail Arrangement.The" Judge orprotmtej, .uval-count.r' r .

on the 14th inst.,chiefly women. In St. have not heard one member of the with CoL Pond intended to convey an Northern Mail arrives every Sunday and Jun3O49.-Umn; ,: S :. .. : :"" '

Louis where it was believed that the Democratic party express himself as insinuation that had on any occasion opened Wednesday byithree; o'clock P. M, and closes -'Administrator's' ;Notice. ) "1

epidemic was on the decline, it has reappeared pleased with the appeal. Most of them letters directed toyou, :knowing thematthe' I Tuesday and Friday'raornings at 7 o'clock.The ... .. :- .'
with renewed virulence. On condemn time to be so directed,or.whether in laid conversation Southern Mail arrives on Monday and SALEOFREALESTATE.o .

there were fifty-nine interments it, out an out, and denounceits you intended to cost any imputation I Tuesday nights,and closes on Sunday and Wednesday Postpone*to the first.MoastdywMay next 4P
tbejl2th author,as an apostate from the faith, on my character? mornings at 11 o'clock. .. '
of Probate
of which forty-seven were horn cholera, for whom their remains no atone To this reasonable demand, received a verbal The Western Mail is due on Tuesday and URSUANTtoanordiroftbeJudge'of Duval of this date,1 will "
and the 13th the number of inter- declining to give me the. required County \0
on ment. message, Friday morningsby 7o'clockand, closes on offer'for. sale at Public'Auction ii'th"4nt .;
ments was forty-eight, forty of.them being satisfaction and stating that "you would write Sunday and Wednesday mornings at.ll.o'clock. Monday.in April next ensuing, 'at, the:usual .. 'j

fatal cases of cholera. During the Alabama Nomination for G vernor.- no more letters.' If this is your final determination The Mail.from Nassau Court House arriveson hours of Sheiff'aiales,the following described ; : '
I now give notice that I shall expose afternoon and closes Sunday
you Tuesday on -
week ending on the 11th inst., the total- The Democratic State Convention of to the public your whole course of action in every morning at 11 o'clock. real estate of Eliza M.Crichton, deceased-one .,
number of interments in St. Louis was Alabama has nominated the,Hon. H. W. this matter, and prove that yon are ,capable of hundred less situated and thirty the((130)St) acres Johns Riverj urDu ,

251, of which no less than 179 were of Collier, as the Democratic candidatefor insinuating slanders which< .I.-dare not openly. CROTON. ; BUILDINGS.'? or val County; .and bounded on the South and East (

cholera. This is a fearful mortality in Govrenor, This nomination, in that assert. Yo rs&c, .,,_** UMBRELLAS AND PARASOLS by lands of> Eleanor A. ,CriqUon->Yest by St.JohnsRiveFj 't ,'

half the ._ BY ,MkCIIINERY.Qtoc -North,and Easffcy ;Iadatal-; t ; -
a city containing scarcely population strong Democratic State, is equivalentto AUGUSTUS C. .GILLETT. ".. -
Tin North
Reed of Charles
of New Orleans. ota olo.ion, o..... tbo 'l'uJ lur CIIIOCrai8 to: i.1REW3 JSsq bylands ,ByriMH- '
and Louisville the dis- with their Jacksonville, June 30, '46. 3J' 'Dr1J, the same/beingloneighth ((1 ) ofTa tract"oflanJ a
In Cincinnati are sufficiently disgusted . .
owned the
Mr. 'Drew called ---- -- --+ Lj tJa. e,John .Crichtoninownas .
ease still lingers, though the mortalify "no.party President to lej whiggery, On me Monday personally morning and.last expressed his willingness n..ac..r.. 'tTweedsidejr and' 'situate ,at',thefmoutnTofJnlington

has greatly abated. in all disguises, alone, and will henceforth upon to give a satisfactory verbal explanation, G. J. B. would invite the particular attentionof Creek., The.'iaidre 't-tob .

cordially unite with their old "but refuse! to'give"a written"one refused his friends and merchants visiting N.York.to sold for payment' of debts of deceased. .

Prophecy its Fulfilment. Washington friends. to be satisfied with' any thing less tangible. than give him a call at his new and spacious Manufactory Adnfr.ALEXANDER Estate of Eliia CBICHTON M,Crichton'dec., *- .
letter in the N. Y. Journal of a written1 reply to my,first note. and Warehouse, -

. Commerce quotes the following prediction 5/6 very in California.letter from San Fran-, Such are the facts in the case,and which compel N... 143 .and: 144 Broadway.between Jacksonville Feb. 64. February19tb1S49-3031. .> l .' .
much will to make public' # : .- _
me against my ,
cisco in the Newark Advertiser closes thus:, '
I the original of which in latin is (CJtOTO 'BUU.DtGSj') -
"A would private difficulty,and expose the character. of a- D-: The above sale"is potpoiiedtotb1rst
i from book in the of the provisional government long ago slanders Cedar.and Liberty streets,where there Monday ia May next. .
. copied a library have been in operation but for the, hope that man who is "capable"bf insihuatihg :apr7
Augustinian Convent at Rome published have'waited which he dares not openly assert." I see no necessity will always be found th&ni extensive.. assortment 'The sale P
3 Congress would take care of us, but we 'of ;- 17: .above postponed. Jo th fist
in 1675."Before in vain. A few more such delays and for making any:extended comment, : Monday. in July." . .JUQO&.. ..'
Drew's'character !
. the middle of the 19th century they may as well legislate for the winds. As the prominent traits t>f Mr. UMBRELLAS: PARASOLLS, : j?'
revealed throughout'thiSwholebusiness. i'
. tostaverytherewould be no doubt as to the issue are sufficiently Administrator's -
seditions will be excited P AIlASOLErr'fS AND> SUNSHADES -
every He makes a vague charge against .
- if left to the people. Their voice is almost MONTHS after date shall. present'iny -
where in Europe ; Republics will arise ; unanimous against its introductionand yet a Mr. Po which hots compelled'afterwards to SIX and' vo cbersjto'' {Dl;th. -

Kings will be put to death, together negro woman and child were boughta month 'i shuffle out of by making an insinuation,of some' iu Judge of Probate,for !County ofAlacaua,nnd "
I demand of him written of hiS own celebrated jnanufacture for sale '
kind a ,
since merchant of this town for The againstnie. shall then for-a dia- -
: with the nobility and ecclesiastics nnd by a $1,900. apply final discharge .and ;
; ; shuffle of it greatIyreduced prices.
to out
he endeavors by quantity al.d.t
:5I explanation any ,
Island and the mission
buyer was originally from Rhode as AdmiBistrator;'front the"Estate of ,
j jC the religious will desert their convents. the offering to do verbally what he will.not do in G. J. B. pledges himself that Umbrellas; and .
seller from Oregon,the occasion of purchase William O. Thomas, deceased; and'iibllce" is
Famine and earthquakeswill writing: It is difficult to say whether has Parasols frm'tbe,VCroton Manufactory" shall ;, '
pestilence, was the difficulty of obtaining servants'but this hereby given, to all whom it may concern, that
exhibited more folly or yacillation lathe, affair! bo A No. 1 in every resp cL :
- spread desolation over many cities. cannot be repeated without calling out a public shall then pray that a dIstributhiofs&iLEse '
1 Rome will lose her sceptre by the in- demonstration. T.DWIGHT HU T." When he opened niy letters T harbo'red. no- July 7,. '40. ? : .tate be .made amongst the,Heirs: ot William,,O. < ,
suspicion injurious to him, for havingdone so, i .
- ; 'Judicial CiriI1s.u..u,I ircnit .Thomadeceasedentitl&to the same %eki 3 -
mien of false philosophers. The Pope 'It I could'Only have Eastern Cmirtfst
-and if he did against me '
,ALLEN :::. :
:1' County. THOMAS : ;
lWc learn ,
Yeoman :
, will be made a captive by his own says been because he thought that probable in another -
.- from Whig that it' is the intention of many Joseph M. Herna d z;Executor 1| Administrator Wni..O.Xhomaa .
a '
and the Church of God will be which he feltpossibl6inbimselL 'j After .-. Newnanaville 2 ; _'.,
people 1849
April 6ni. .
Robert deed
;- members of that party,after the election, to get having at the time expressed himself perfectlysatisfied of McHardy ,' .I j f., J .. ._ >
t placed under tribute divested of its all the Staterequesting Messrs. vs. I In Chancery -
up petitions over h6 should'not'1'have'raked up, after. -- -
I, .| temporal possessions ; 'in a short time Clay and Underwood to resign their seats in the a lapse of months, an old grudge in the form ofa Wbipple Aldrich; Administrator; | : 'STATE .OP: FLOUJDA:1:| I

I tl there will be no Pope. A prince from United States Senate if, as they ,believe, :the 'vague-insinuation,''and baring made 'an insinuation : *> 'ofSheaninanetah j In the -Circuit to\irt,of :ColumiiiaCounty f. ,
emanci IXTIIEtEASbyanOrderdulyentcred
vote of the people goes strongly opxinst he should not have hesitated7 to avow
i the North will ..overrun Europe with a pation. The people of Kentucky. will never be : 'He has I tfins comp l rm with vv. ...the 13th day of June, 1849, the undersigned ,-May ICerm, 1849i'
itrpubliclyi .
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the and .to'take and, state -,J.i *
great army, destroy republics, Mtisfied to be represented in the Senate of the 1 to. 'make'th&abov was appointed ,} among -
great reluctance on my part; Present the Honorable.Thomas
. eilerminate all rebels. ,His sword United States by two Southern men with North- statement,.aridwith, this leave the matter -..: other things, an account of the debts,owing by J"glas.J"'ge. i. ",
the Estate of Bobert deceased John G.Putnam;. & Mitchell
McHardy :
vielJed God will defend ertt pri.iwiplesMe7C7tTVJMexithJz I.have discharged duty.
1I satisfied that
by vigorously my :
No*,,therefore;in pursuance of said Order, :vs. > MotiontoEstablishjudge.. ::
Church Christ, uphold.the orthodox Protocol .Di.ffi dty, Settled. He : Notice is h rehgg&te1: to all persons claiming to James Monroe. ) inent. .1

C, Ct tbaDd subdue the Mahometan n power. Washington correspondent of the Philadelphia Jacksonville. July7th49.. \_., be Creditors of the Estate of the said Robert ORDERED thatthis case be continued un

1 Anew pastor, the final one\vill come by American, gives the following: 8t JobuB1 Clmreb: '. t )McHardy cd. to produce their Claims and nextTerxn otheCourt. .On motion ,8 .

2 heavenly from the therein sim 'It is con dentlyassertedin high Democratic .THE-TOXJKDATIOSC'or-jOiviL GOVEKTIMXST lithe .'nuke proof thereof.before..me, at my Office in i. of CV fit.ch ll,Attorney.forPctitionr, .
PI sign that Mr.>Buchanan has received a letter .the'City of St.Augustine, on or before the 4th and it appearing to the court th.t-thcsaid respondent -
1Ot FI PJIeity of heart and in the doctrine of quarters. from, Mr. Clifford, the U.S;' Minister at subject of the, Sermon* ', '1:1"for'F next( Sunday morning, ,day of October next, and that in Default thereof resides beyond the limits of the State:

Christ, and peacewill be restored to Mexico, stating that the Mexican Congress had July.8th. '. they,will be precluded from, the benefit. of It is ordered that a hearfng" n sud.l ejtition .
tS IDe orld." approved of the principles and arguments' advanced the,Decree to', be made.therein.: > be had on the first day of the next Term'of this 9' I .

by Mr. Clayton in the discussion with MARINE,. --..INTELLIGENCE.* P.'B.: DUMAS, Court f And; it is further;ordered,4that,a.certified
Jforth CaT olin a.-The Washington with Senor de la Rosa touching the matter' of PORT OF JACKSONVILLE' JULY 7, -t Special.Master. .copy of this order be.,published inf some

'uioQ says :-We learn by a letter the Protocol, and to that extent had disapproved t, June" .30, ISW. ._. t4oct .paper in.i- this* circuit,- _---K. for, the- space_ ,,-otbresmonths :,. ; ,.
.f frouia of the ground assumed by their representatives. 4 3 *; f'It a. s-*
( theaIeigh ARBIVED. 1-t the
ron A above 'trJe
very'reliable source of.ihefact I Etutern, Judicial. C'reai&-CI$ Court I certify the to be a copy, .,.
For authenticity profess "
district, North Carolina, that better than:the declarations July 1-Sch'r' O.X-'iIiKyWest., ilL ... ,;. .Recbrdsofeaid Conrt. "'. 4'" ..,;'!L._ 4 2
I e democrats.are certain of sen- togive no occupying authority high social Anil, July 6Brig lHil1l York ': Peter Be Administrator, .( ,. 'Witness. ,"mV. .md' d.(h 'sear olSaidC' : r t '
very gentlemen Francis P.Sanchez decd. et.415' :' 1 this otJtirae 1 ot"i. 4
e 2d day .,
I fire members and yere intimate.in.the Female Institute ,. -- "' J.
iag the who Jacksonville
to next Congress; political positions .. .
:1 : trJc. .
\iU Line, democrat will be elected ii'LeEthdistrict councils and confidences of the late administration" fflHE'Committee of Direction. .have" 4opted"the Benj A. Futnam, .Executor :ofr $ .. .'.. *r June9tb.t849.. ., r ."-...l.-. .m L." :
) '10 : '. '
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:1o : 1 J. 7t." : .I .
following regulation.
nnclt PetetrAlitchel et. -
represented biD "t'T .. ".. -
Th scolastic-y eur'is to consist of four terms binOrtei: rentered.onJtpea4bdaypfJune,1849theunderr t,
7HEREtS dnly
o11 r&'gt in the last Congress and CoL -From letter .to,the *' .** .l'.U e.
; Death of Hays. a of eleven2 weeks eacht "" ***J vY : .' 1'. '' :; 1- '

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a"Co vrragerV district 4n? th*' Raleigh 3, we learn, thatl/'oL Jack,Hays died.of cholera- tie. p'er'termT"-1 OO.'j ,lhe aooTftjwith. Englishertrni$539O. other things;an aoxmt"of theDebta.owing by; j- ,H DJlJcJ" of Prolate'for,Columbia, -, -
listrICt Mtiwn Antonio. lewday pxcuLTbe Ifcu, : ,Tho Flafol aT to sell/the rei"e oCSamutlJkLElliottylajte -
there ,is.no uhig candidate and grftmmer and.Geograpby, *; the Estate of Pete? deccase4&Now :' '
LeT if urttier,*ay .:" Ihe"engineers sent out some above\with th'o,higher branch s i'of anjEpglish'eUucatibnj'embracingAlgebr 'therefore. lnpursuance'pf said; Order. of.said,O nt.J,de cL .
democrats have held no convention. months since, by late Gen/Worth, and who were GeoiaetryjHisiory 'tb'isll claluiingtobe' : J1ARTHA.7. W -Fl"'C1lB'lT, .. I -. ..
3iD *\e.canvass is conducted by, two:deroorMr supposed ta.b.avebcei cut off,bya,Indiana inv *tursImenta1 ancheiriestryv 1 moalhflpspbTBotany,,- Notice'Crecutorif is hereby- .T 5r given th *-.E8t t persons njrr,ii (Did'Peter fl'. ( ; ":J'-:r-''-. 'k.\'<,1'fJ-; J" *,-'iJtr.. tPi.- "t ;' l's.

iDa !* _.. Daniel, the. .late;able and val. their exploration of theEl;Passo route, have all, I Geology: Astrohomy;'Aheene,:Logic,' Mitcheldecd' to'z'Qdo etJcwma.and make ..ir.i1849-,- {., t ,r3 4. b H

table member andMajorWilliam J.- retuDe4in! good healtband report Javorfcbly.of: imdEyWencesotqhri8tianityj termj56,00.] .- *nreoiociuro inoiHjrtvuj in"he tS.-., '.' -, . r -4
aol vlk1 who 4istinguishedhimse1fso' no*. the route., -::: 1.- .-..>*<>....f'.. : ,: .\ tI' I.Each qnai'tcrtObpaid. to theIrca3uTinad.vanc City fSt.AUgttsUne.'iottor7beforethe 4t&day : .. :Q3.'AamE'In' "- ; JW. U-rrr ..

eTe 'n the' anfl breveted qIeh tz !Votedit It Jitl .oDtl t.a r l *. lf -% i '.;".rft" i *=, of October;' .' 'at'lliDet'a;thereofthey'will ." i\nY; h i. F.a tU.,t'a '
recfintivar J' wjflbeuncirtbe
; wrote''during theVcanvass The scholars } carefttlinitructibnofaiiexperlfhced -' be precluded from. tho.bencSt... of,.the.. .
Taylor repeatedly fence in :finishing.school for Tboug 1s- V
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Jfrnis hardest : f
in fera.-ile ,*
gallantry ofihe teacher.j
1tI' syme. 'that he hd &!oe4 in bis litb.TSlnC )ib'was :'1' x 'DecreeI e ';" b'. '\ -di 'is deSir D FJod ftA: 1 :-
'ught fields.in Mexico .- inas President'of die OnUedr Utw, ProvisiOn has'beeninade :for instruction- in:;;: 'i 1rJ'tt. .*/,4fl4flLP.BDVMAS,' Ii" .wi h toeh : f'a'Jk ,
.w J a* sworn LLt JErench Painting aniDrairaf { \ i
bii'dun { ; ; Ladies t- -
fc'lto iin.hjs UjJ .
votcdr pea e411- "' { Young o1som1ie4by4les- ( ,
ide' lVku ;Wo'irTbeWestches. to _\. dnf J'J. "wUibem: ., tJ.t D.' J J Li' UoIIflSTORYTHETVO1U1A. .: -which 3
l but his cabinet, n t rteponrfblej !tbe.peopje, l-he tant,.;owrin aufficleht enaiurageiiient i !. '
:1' Republican '. Sarah. establish' school for :- -
jbar ByposUmistrej ceryOC3F'fl will be j
states1 outvotedliim YoungLadre4W
on: :" 'b-c' "i o.-aJ -- ; kIex vf' :!-.*". ., PRAGDFS ]! givei a
Tr t er'ii T-----------k; Ctio.r st&en- I ,0 .'nC. ''f k J" .S' ] which -will'bo tangbt a1lthtiBraui3 '
Howard Cen d ?A)1REED ,
at : ,;: t1' { 4 .di e.,;: .vu. 0:10'f..vpR2'1QW : W Votu.1e.tlJ. t.M.t";; .
T diScretion tahis ib1 icrs '
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4D1 tieeouOlY I.u b riC'rem nd a' I r _: n" .
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his principlesimi. .. ,'.. 14Cdor4'totbeW >. 't- ." 'won"i, T.;a. wi' ".x'f 1.. ec.g. .If 't : lIiW. f il i 1. f.
;ii giJdJiieiji. Itit '' dict,ti n.- A1131 'b4b -"e" ,! '" -" ''f t. ...-' ..J.1-. -. .".l.t -,.1 i: ..A. .( W gl.) 1ie1 e eret 1"M regards. -her succeai &M. r abiIiiy :

er or b prsimedofot .the ':cause' m ib\1-:fal Chi'6 itt ; : : 11.i .J-; "Idr..JWil i c ;";\ i;.{.l)b.p 1.P)jg..; : ,; ..rJ.JJ. '.','l' G".1lJN8.;'.GunsTofsuperiorquai1Y. ,f r:ala bZ ,... .ua1ea. ...- erJ._'1ri11' '.c.1..J' .oJ." t. ( ,'I'

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; vic ,
r '; ,i TW8flitSflTUTItEgF1 Groceries, Hardware,, Provisions, &c., &c. ,.yccupytnerspacwuHQiCrSEV! itJ I liapi.bfl
; i which i theyror* prepared-tojjsell'jatf reduced o C A 34heWliLE! t7jasiii, *

1 :: ,1& onyI11eEaat I1orida.tted. 4 acii 1P't prices*;, ,.,v*, .- sly? rift//* > of which is devo j theex iapttand.aS lem ''t 4 .t flI *-. 'i' "1 1 5W> HMIi'** rooms wili be ---y .upfqre .They are aow prepared-to puch4Jot.tons1'flides s Af m M iL t4- I ; ILL ;. GREAT FEMALE
+:rt I i commodatipn of young Lads and Misses, where; ? and oth>rprtduaerq .country, a>Jhe mmmti v cossto : *
they will, instructed in the Elementary,and ; ajfi&Mj foi Jfoi frJI*; ::
4:1 cashfaftTancM'oncpmlgnmentaibtherfriends
: iand ,classical highest MarteVrateL Jand'jnakei \\i .jnrn.\'i'il-Jt3xl l & lJti *k'* ?m rTvMpa L S-- Afflw VeoB
MgherJjranches, of an English in Savannah : i t > csi ? indpj S25forlhe ;
Education and jnenwillbe, fitted./or; ,. general prostration of the gpgM
young lifiit rh'fli>laitYnn .Ai> rfnw Vnvlr > rfi> j----i' ,
life in the Latin and i) ; th .
L College or for professional "" e.oQVrought21T0fl FethQt11lbrI.pjb
Greek cisie ,.aiid in the Philosophical and Ploughstoiwhich.They'Jhayeia ne3rt theyCwflul l Respectfully call Q3i1 and jfcolorings?4&tf'c6mpnshFe! ery'desifabXin"the'mnel errms Veb

L't : r Mathematical sciences. ., th1ii ; FOREIGN iiiid ctj; ftffJ
atte'nUon .
x the Planters.,Jf" ,'*}$ & v. .kB '* DOMSTIO4WAlldthicbhre*-1* A-" ,**** : "*# .1. ;Iliysician1 nnd is tft.resuWOfftntei.it1us Ittj -
1. Arrangcmenu.TUK Jacksonville"Nov.6, 1846. .tf,., fc.va ". c1(.

1 : YBA& will be divided into four quarters,; --:- .- r. cW red rorsateVforcash WESDPRWkS orrdit'iIt te '.
.b :1 of about 12 weeks each, with intervening vacatlbn -' ;. isfi t11LO -, heri tcedth .
L M. D r' 1-4 seen it1ilu t' eituponi ot ,
I *;' The day will have two sessions: the firtt byh, ; atp cO3eanierobuattapd
) M and the second, from 3 to 5 P. well, assorted are 6vencej! s geaL qjij TjiOhetI1 tAt
"from 4 to 12 wiriTyTJ'.T FWvw.tF'JWMner
: iIrY ,, I "
: ** IU W- # of thousands hns. been perfectly rpterdjiy ot4e
will be tot day | : iim,
a- M Wfcdnesdaymorning8 appointed 1rQpeyed'alniostevery. ,
$ ; -J i > rcnaedfts lia'vje
..whcn all other:
this medicinc *
... exercises in and declama-' yjkth'e-m gdt'up greatMIUP oarrcnn fet14'5t 3*
4 4' English composition". Groceries) Provisions1DryGoods andn re rour.pwnsaland failedltsberntion ls noffimp 'to'suspend
'fr t! tion. : : 6t to.be found lsewher .;,;::, ?;, ,t .4 -,
F After the first term,nc pupil will be received, Hafrdiyare,, Crockery,, &c., yiz ; f riHted lisis brpricw corr ed-Tromdftyto ;>disease and'r *stoVeJtjto for a thnejbu 1 and.peif tO' purity ct.heaUH-*thoys-; sIe1icati .

.. except at or near the beginning of the session, Superfine Flour, in bbls and 3 bbls ; day >,,ih"- pi7 TamtioriinU xnaTket J. tlem A?.small Treatise on opu the ': tro.e4nt w wJWWfHPttJfle.fafti.| iSLunlm3. :
causest.itrp 1*
.t and no pupil for less than one term. Pilot Bread and Butter Crackers are- aVeaY th ds ut.bnye$ '. : : -- atbeVuiscnses oifKlious .>9Jtcflseshave b e reLsrudth
Sugar ; > *
L" r .r'rr7iVT < s'iriVii 'Ai? -tinI. and cure of fever and ague and
.., 'T hlon.3d. Hums, Bacon, Pork.F M B eF,Pickled Tongues; Merchants* will"' be able to form some '- *of Iimaffes?inay'blWfitO! ? the un- ed akii'eM 4PU

.: ,. Beading,Writing and Arithmetic, -$6700" Mackerel, CodnshoaltRice]. thectnt and .ario1yotoutsotznnt-i.1.J-i *' 'Mfail! ,ok'of when dereigned i m c. L* iri>*iLI't'i "*; *- sufferirContInuall w t by
.fT Higher English studies, 8,00 Goshen ButteL'ardCkeese, White Beans, westate7that'thethis ; Also numerqus/iCertiCcat s frflm ropn'.of.the
the'Valuelbf I -
po .J :, 'tj and Classical studies.10,00 Irish PotatoesnV 4'Zj ONE iTIctEisa least twice;: -
) Philosophical V. highest respectability,, testifying. taftho, great :
t4 vUne half the price of tuition,according to the Sperm Oil, Candles;>fc' **$ the ntireat c1c ofdry4gopds; usu.l1ykeptbyour efficacy t;of this medicinecan, be seen on appli-1 t np4ic- e.g eat cq4J g Lc
(. ; ) i'7 tuStes pursued, will be expected in advance, Green and Black TeajRio: .and Java Coffee; largest TTuv. vc>ale-jobbers.jt Thi3( fact. togetti "catidirib ** '<< "' t t' w 4l> ".| heai4ng it recommended'Obtiilii dof fo such
-k and the balance at the'end of each term. Muscctvado SugarirN.OrMqlasses; er wltl4the.facts that'our aus[and our I jun.; 4--or T.JO OlJMES O. ?

:;.. '' ;'. Boiid swill be provided in Town at reasonable Stuart's Refined LoafCrushed, and Pulverised attention/instead'SfDeingdiv'idedpmorig'avastva ; 4tdrillJud1follwdgten
eso'aedwofl ;to OMfi Agents for Jacksonville tind'Yicinitf | :iiIixs alQjj4tpTLcI
rates per month, for Pupils from the'coun- Sugarjvr *i $ ** **4** > A3C s >ieiy'of K ''-*
., s:;; try j and Parents and Guardiansrvrho; de- Brandy,Bum, Gin, Whiskey, Alcohol, Turpentine will render the advantages which we can.&er'o' Jacksonville* .-!' ;Feb. ;*24-1849.; v> Cm y f '

: eire to avail themselves of the facilities of this ; .- ; ,t-dealer8'pei. 'eptry.>biOdICshii1I-' ; be aC4o gratefuL tor the benefits she
M-' : Institution for the 'education of their children London Porter, Port,Madeira, and Champagne our care that,none who. ijtur esab1WuntsltlI 1t1elre *** nuu>> ubjLUU n ICuKUJZ TMumendihg"it

t and others, may be assured that no .exertion Wine; .. : $ meet;with any disappointment.. 4VnV' a'i k4cJ44it __ 7q: fotht'p bIi&t1 98 ?Hi %
s4 will be spared to ensure the health, comfort and Cordials, Confectionary, Preserves, &c., .Our assortmentis complete at'Jail seasonVof ; : : oUei-.t js jTM DyMOOBE, cor of Qrafld J iWt Lv

;J .:; progress in knowledge of all who may be A Complete Assortment of Dry Goods ,' the year,, :. LLEE, JUDSON> &rLEE, .4 :2.2:fuzzes c7zpapr, p1eaanr, aiiiiwarrante&su.. ; oAJttroAwWJM"r43 S1ro
,4 F entrusted to the care of the Principal. Cali Ginghams; Muslins; Bonnet and Taffeta 'rpB-JLJ.;LEEfobnerly vtit..i'is: %]of deasegflhMt nrnTrrvBR jvn ar Wm; !***

RUFUS K. SEWALL, Principal Ribbons; -" .. Lord &3OSaI1d late"genior partner of.th'eoriimtffinn -, voinititisfftntrging;,sickening of fftoiliiating the pji- This EitractbHarsfi vu ml I.TjvT11**
... ..
i B. in Town will be expected to hleach'd and unbl ch'd : Lee' & BeWster fTOmwhih7con! A U j i'
1L :% : N. Pupils She tings and Shirting; o f x ynectipiihe.jmthdrew ,tie t,an&ispfrticu1arly ad ptedor 1yprepared ffvra
: .; ; :'f. ,.: provide seats and desks. Chairs are recommended. .Linen-Diaper, Bishops and Long Lawn; some,ttoeagVhaa'reaumsed 4AW4Tl T?oi lemakrwhO'-ha Teason w.'fnvue tasuppogViii cwupfoj bii,,,

)) W A [Republican copy.] Cambrics; Jaconet, Swiss,and cross bar Muslins; business .in'connectiphffith'Me8sr8.tLeeJ'& upwcrity othis Sar'I preaching that critS periqd vthi w WfiS

,. : May 19, 1S49.. 'tf Hosiery, Hdkfs.Gloves, Suspenders; Judsoii/an'd* *>* f '**' assiireaJHafriends'" *** V"W* *thalUhe'new S-"* '"**" lki'* e tsapiinlla over htl other r'einediesi I 'eiijiaWi.'tli should neglect to take its it is*W iam,
4 4 I Tickings. Linen and Cotton Osnaburg; concernL T bave the ;same re-eminence inguish'ed t tbisosest.ajWhieli

: ; Tax Collector's Notice.lHE Wine white and brown Linen Drill., for pants,. <,-t' A i- *,A-. ** <> ')bodyconsnnipti6nv cured, 0 x?e*? *
i'i ? : ft; UNDERSIGNED Tax Assessor jindL. &a, &C., &c ; the other* .two
-. '. :; .' Collector for the County of Diival, State Umbrellas-Silk, Gingham, and Cotton,in steel longed. |, JunV1847. j1traflUfacturt's'Sipp1y j .? consunijtion. a -b&cured, yean?by log tc i VrSSj

% 4 ., of Florida, hereby gives notice that he will attend and whale bone frames; bronochitis.. consumption, liver..conaploint,j lesS vsflttableifo Ufiose wb rtM I
,.., at the following times and places for the Hardware Cutlery--Knives Scissors Razors Store.. >-- J j-is- rt.r.iVil jvil-;
4 : $ ,' ; ; c : : spit .. .? purpose collecting the Revenue for the State Nails, Hinges, Butts, knives and Forks, Spoons, !'t3- tlngofbl osorenes'si.iitheche'i Jbj.qtBickeBhig the-blQod'and.inviiflraiiMi.iivui 1i

: p': for the year 1849,' viz: 1 Trays; : ? OSCAR* v* t, tt *:, '- hect1fluhnilit tsdfl system Indeed,tbis.ttedjWjjeis
: At Samuel B.Thompson's Store Black Creek, Collins ixesllammers Hatchets Saws .3No ir<-*$? '
r ; 132 1 WATE& STaCokNoY PINE, }- -.i; > ulfe.or pro use expec* IThEdisesestb'WhichItbii.s 9SBv
: .T.a: j t. ; Tuesday, the 19th June, inst. Carriage Wrenches, Halter Chains, Pots, Kci-, ,, ; NE'W.Yo-RK : ( nole yrte nD S
.' : [ ; At Darling C. Prescot's Store' Clay Hill, on ties; &c.,'&c.; '.,' : : ;l .in the sfd.&c; .. ently/.the9naturalenergiei rmbti i fcethe
-" :,. Wednesday the 20th June, just. A few Rifles-low priced-Powder Flasks DEALERS J- -' j J impnritieajof thfl

": : At William Thomas' House; Thomasville, on A Good Assortment o/J Crockery and Tin Ware .Co tttfu, ,Woolen,!Silk,nnd "Carpet, Olann .:-: n .'" ,. p as to Jbody DOfJO Ikr Os
/ > 4M system prodfece'a
{ t< **r +- T.- -i iv w ? *** i J- .suhsequeat
(.r :; Thursday the 21st June, inst. Boots 5* S/oei.-Men'iVothen's; and Children's *. i A\r :- ,tion, which Ts the c'ase'bf inost niedieiM t
At Lawrence Ryan's House St. Johns Beach Boofirand Shoes of all kinds.A .
MANUFACTURERS OF Probably therf neVer;>'as.a retnedptbat ha s"IT for
: : .:' on Saturday the 23d June, inst variety Fancy Articles Perfumery Medi diibjs.
b en o succfuldsperatcca ofcpniwip- DISEASE OF TliECRE4pTtTULA2D
'? .. t' At Col. John Broward's House, Cedar Creek, cines, &c.JacksonvilleApril. WEAVERS;, .KEEPS' HEDDLES. ,! turn as T this: it cleanses ,-and .streng hens the. : .
c4F. ; .: on Monday the 25th June, inst. 15, 1848. ly ;- nqBmrcs;: ic ts-; &C.; system nno1 appears'td heal the ulcers'oh the tTc
C. S. Store Mandarin Wed. i. *-- y
.At Emery's on '
kind the patients.'gradually! regain their J-'K. To'.rsEzcn-lEar
lunsj ,
( :, 1y -
the 27th June inst. Columbia } tbe41e
:ne-sday Sale
Agents for the &tlqf the latest.improvedSHEARINGi usual health and streiigthtfii r. a i' heeirnfEfcted Hthh a disease'bi
At the Court House Jacksonville Thurs- be sold before the Court House iuc mire iu
i: ,r .. 'f on %ATLL door, AND NAPPING MACHiNES With
yj.ir : day, Friday and Saturday, the 28th, 29th and V V in the Town of Alligator, Columbia Co.,. CURIOUS CASE OF CONS 1ThtPTIQN. aterribleTupturefbrtier finwjfin,
:' : ,-,,' : .30th, inst on the first Monday of July next, between the WOOL PICKERS CLOTH-WINDERS, There is scarcely day. passes but there area ,hegreaterpart .ofrthe-iinel fc6ke.httlia

A. A. CANOVA, usual hours of sale, the following property, to REGULATORS 'SATINET, WARPS, &c. number of cases' of ponsjunpjtion repfii ed as ,troubled,with: shortness of bjeathfltering g i
cured by the use'of DK qwns'end's Sarsaparilhi. f>t h$heart, wbich has..K .,.
:d Tax Assessor and Collector, Duval Co. wit: Lot No.25, runing one hundred and fifty ; t. '
Lard d.Olivand.Oil :
4 Oils.-Sperm, a Soap. '' *' 'his
ThefulldwingjirasRecently rebeived: tressing, sand frequently, Keen;wulleaverher ti
Jacksonville June feet
f 2d49., 4t ((150)) on second and third streets, and one March
.. 17, 1849. :2m : Da.J T WNrD-D ar'Sif r'J For the lnst'ihTefryear&ilthavenbeen bcd.r Tb rttptire* 8ljtry'ifiand
4t1.Ikt.! (q.'j hundred and ten feet ((110)) on, Magnolia and ; diiWA
-- ---- ------
;grfq. : ? ; ; afflicted with general severe! She tried almost reac 4In
; : Administratrix Notice Cherry streets; and Lot No. thirty six ((36) run- 1TAST NOTICE every
hundred debility,andner jous;consumptint of thevlast; 8uclicaEesj ithbut, little--btnpfit.i.VJIaia *
lug one; i d.fifty feet (f50)'on'third) ARMED OCCOPATION SETTLERS' >
::- Iz MONTHS after date I shall presenttnyaccounts'and and fourth streets,, and one hundred and ten TO. UNDER ,THE,.ARMED' OCCUPATION- stagCi and'did_ not expect to ever gain. my health' 'had token but' three.bottles,of, your.tit4iil
:: :;1. p.., vouchers to the lion the feet ((110)) on Magnolia ana Cherry Bu-e<;t sit ACT.--i.ne uuuersiguco;j: jjviii. ur tu ) i\> [ofroiv Aftpi going i-throueh* a-i course-' ; of-net1i. \ 'medicine was entirely relieved p/t& ,awfeor
:;VA f- Judge Probate of Columbia county for a final uated in the.Town of.ColumbusJn Columbia Ce., will attend at the following plaees/on the day's rr, cine under the care of gome-of tbe most distinguished iiw hearr, antf he'rnpturr.has'atoa' it
?:4 settlement and discharge from the administration together with all the' buildings and appurtenances specified belaw, to'sake; iidrcceive roofs by :regular physicians and niembfreof the: :tirelyJ disappeared. *>* -1 .?: > vi'

;' ?P I of the Estate of John C. Smith, late of thereon j 'also the interest of Francis Jones, ,desposit ions betor: him in,relation ,to the settlement Board: ; 6 Hea\th4n j ewjYprT| iind-elsewherej. ', hjtas ajsp had tthe dropsy,* ax&irasfte;'

,i .:' said county, deceased. in the said town Columbus, being six shares : and occupation of all pe'rsops",who,,obtained andfBpendin'g* > :f"ihe-.tnost... .O..<" ofiny1eaiin.inatdftfiead.- much swollen. We hadjtoideaJhatBi j5
: : ELIZABETH SMITH. thereof; also the interest of Francis Jones, in permits under/:the.act of Congress ': .' By A. Y. ALLEN, Ag't. the toll Bridge, at Columbus, being six shares tied 'An act,to provide for!the armed occupation -ing in some *paper f your SaTsaparilla I resolved digefiscSjButli ha?,as strange"aa iynaj q.

?PS : June'16,1849. 6mLnuil thereof. Levied upon as the property of the settlement of the unsettled part,of the to try it. After using. six bottles I founil it j-peay, relieved heribf the dropsy*; I'tiaifst fel
said Francis Jones to done me greatgood,- and called to see at ih&etatement is'eo strauge M toij mjilroost
.. 1 satisfy a fi. fa., issued Peninsula of Florida,V approved,4th(August, you
It' Sale.'F.e from the Circuit Court Benton, wherein Luke 1242, and who were.occupants under.that act -your oflfice f with your advice I kepton,'and do- ;like,fiction, but it isDvertheksajs oflii

: zi i FOR SALE,between nine and ten thou- Moore, Administrator of the Estate of Lester and the act amendatory,thereof,approved June most heartily thank you for your.advice. < 'I per reality. Your Sajsapan1aj8jceflaI1ypib1e !-

)... nd acres of Land, situated in Nassau Crook, deceased, is the Plant!ff, and the said 15th, 1844 Vand Kopeitl d 'pr.occupied.iinder'said severe in'taking th eSarsaparilla1 and have been, inedicinesnd**ir- .iu eboudbe ,uzey
: County, partly near Nassau and partly near St. Francis Jones and Peter K. Bailey,area the De- act,and, did not voluntarily/relinquish,,or able to attend to my usual labors for the last is feia..
% ., ,t .;.I. ;;s Mary's: Rivers, being a portion of the Waterman fendants. Levy made by Thomas B":Fitzpatrick. abandon the same, but .continued"to reside on-: four months, and -hope-by the blessings of God- w4 .*v uio itvwuui, luvj aic ak jjytii B

; Grant. The above is heavily timbered pine former Sheriff of Columbia county. said frontier aoutI .of the line,diyiding.{ Townships -' and your S Sarsaparilla continue my health.It ..-. call nt my house nd have_ ocular awtMJnstnfici.XT rtJI

*Ja t -liiid, conveniently situated Upon water courses, : A. A. STEWART, Sheriff. numbers nine and. ii south and,.east of helped me'beyond the expectations of all] that, .. .} respect1ulTy4 r

.( frith.the exception of about fire hundred acres Alligator, May 26,:1849. : 6t. the baseline specified in the,actof 1842, thereby -. knew mTcase.t o i CHARLES .QULMBY.. ,
L'. 4 ST heavy hammock land the St. Mary's .Orange-Essex'Co.N/JvAug; 1847 *
upon aiding,to effect the objects of said,act, viz:; 2)) "" M.
.4 River. The whole or any portion will be sold Notice.LL ;At Newnansville, Alachua county" on Monday ,State of New JerseyfEsHez:Covnty,-:-Ghas.1 ;- tiI '- -DYSP1iPSY.

.ch ap for cash. Apply to persons indebted to Messrs. Palmer & 7th May. t' .. V."y jQuimbyibeing duly sworn accordhigto lawon 'No fluid!or inedidiue.h'jsa ever Wndis ote

'. : '. ); e WILLIAM HICKMAN. 1\ Ferris, on mortgagebond! note, or'otherwise -, > Att Angustine, St.Johnscounty| on Tues his oath saith," thatth: ::foregoing statement is; ed whith BOinearJy(resembles'the J&jejcct

r ; '.: ; Jacksonville, March 17, 1849. tf will please take notice that the undersign day, 15th May; ; / 4>, true, according to the best of his knowledge and" '1 antrjtg 4S

.: frh. ed'is authorized.collect and settle the same At Pilatka, Putnam county, Tuesday22d? belief. CHASQU1MBY.: theorans. of1igestion as thi presti stS

;;; fttice Immediate attention to this'notic /becomes necessary May.r "" .. *-2/ Sworn and subscribed to-before iae at Oran>e, i'iparilTL Itposi + l' iies Y c1JbIor

t:4 ,'; .. .':; SUBSCRIBER has leased the as Mr. Ferris is about to remove from At Mellonville,Orange; county j ) on j Tuescfay''' the 2d5Augusl, i847CYllUS" -'BALDWIN,, Iir ft

k r" : : MTHE formerly occupied by Mr. Hatch on the State; Suits will be brought once, in all 29th May,.}.,. fts><| 'rr .-: >f > ttojo/adn* u 1f1 Justice- of. the"Peacei' -sz -pTMET4iBA3i; 3IJ1Oj1Sl. elfe
y4, .r Bay street, (known as Hart's old Boarding cases ylere .prompt attention-.tot the, above is AtOca1a.Mazio, ,county, oaMouday,1181hJune. -- -' --------- :
1. :. House,) and is now prepared to accommodate neglected, ;. .- ... i .*;V- *,J ,- .---,-'ii w. ,- Li:* ; ,. : WQ.CI1RENTMVED1. ior--several yearsiiitz disp $
::4 b Any who may see fit to patronize him, and assures PHILIfc. FRASER, At Lak Lindsay Benton, county,2Iongay, Veryfewfamilies indedjn.-jfa.ctwechaye' : ; teAc ? ot6a bUof

them that no pains will spared to en Attorneyfor Messrs.: Palmer:.JFerris. 2thJune.,, ,. ,. j...., >j.,, rf : nptheard, of.pne thatijUsedjDr, Town8.endVSarsaparillain appetitedeitrsth hertfidri 1DPt
sure their comfort. A commodious stable is attached May 201849., 4t At YortFanuiz-Lvjcou: ii..ty,; on'Monday timejosfcany. children past ;aversion)J tojall k sds ibfr foody. id t'$'
to the establishment and atten. t f ollmmOM, Whi1e1thOsJiat4i4flqtsjc0nij and (: ba ul qtI.) .
i4 every 9th Ju1y. .j viciir r ; ":r. fr ''rT';'---
1 ': j tion will be paid to the horses of those travel Parker's Patents,. ihipro ve- At Tampa" ,1ljsboroughcountyonIonday; MTtiy3 JHfla. :\ / -T-- --'IT rT-r. y*'publish:v'wM"j'w but a small portion on.njT.stonack ltiJfMifr'usuai

::1 :4' Jers who may think proper stopwith him: JUCfl1iuJIydjguIjcpo 0th. J1UlY yid>n ofj.tsvalueandjisonlyianother ; emeHies,. but*tVeyJTbaiT Lit liUft p !
.. t;:.'. : A. W. TRICUTON PERSONS infringing violating the AtXey L:rest- &?O2i'OOOUflt7;fl tpn cMop4ay we. ins.tance'bfjjts,8avingttfisi lives,of children i reffCt *pr- iij ija Thnpwilt.aiahdvc.edutta .

: r acksonville, E. F., Dec:2, 1843. tf ALL nboye Patents are cautioned 'iiot to ,13th1Auust.. c, -, R/j.jWNSEKftr eflfKjStjTaha4>twojjdiilf1drejx ;: moiths thice nswjtkJittk
t"v- for said iufringemfcnts pay 4! 'i.Pa49 countyonLMoiotht ,cared by y9urarsapa'rilla:<)f the,sqnimcf> $
jirjblatibnS'to'Lyman 1" ; ;
... I WM. S. LAWTON, Merchant Daniel *Htimphrey and Thomas ,- HUfJtf-f' complaint and dysenteryifjbnei m8conlyJs: 15 iffW&faMi / *
J. .EtU'isWtesJ. ; : ;
"4c :: ; Vf f ? Mn :--K.i ? > TiAfc months old and found
dther-3-yeara.. tte andth'entirelyfefflttinckh
:? v1 : FACTOR AND COMMISSION MERCHANT, Barney; or either of them' tingiz my agents, Fort Pierce, Sfc. Lucie county, on Monday much They were toy aiJWlTrtYYiOTir
under of 3d September. 7 ; yery reduwed ind wetatpected they wou'd'Jiedheywere '
a power Attorney dated the 18th ? |J
(0n s w ,
Charleston S. C. 'tkrt TM ft A-4ltfrc tVVit'a wV
; given upby>.two. rj'a
day January i 1848, as said power'of Attorney .All. persons interested, and who haveJiot already respectable"physicians. 'kit4

.. I ""REFERENCES Jaudon, Esq., near Jacksonville was revoked by me on ,the 23d day of April, made their pfoof/are'requested to have Whettthedoctor.ijifprmedittsihat'iwaonustrlosBithem iYctr3 &
i: I 1' : E. F.; Gov.C.J. McDonald, Ga. ; C;. 1849. ZEBULON PARKER, Patentee. .their 3 witnesses.ready,and i come.j prepared Jto'1 : wes resolvedVitoatry your{ 1! I
Charleston S. Hon. Newark Ohio v their cases fully. : Sarsaparillai haiheard.sd} much of but hid, N. *V4 Purcbse none busuc1i wBrst&a 1X3P
:. Furman, Esq., C.j; tf.H May to, i840. 3mos prove 0Sjettlers on land heretbfore .
8' ': Elmore. Charleston, S. C.. unsurveyed will now have'on oppbrlunitni little r.confidente, there-being somuch: stuff aidvertisedJ.that -' liidS'thelbottie oxlete1tsn4Ve!:
-1' *4 **Ai. rJL -tanvmfas-K (
+ onfiP k : 1- -Vrrv ft ls.orth1esathankmulhaewe '
1 ; but\'weaure verp law oiD.Jr
10 1848 > wniivuBJgnaturo iivnAiojw-
4. .February ly xecutbr's NotI C.-1 sh 1Fezposefor-
X.J : .. : ; didrforf it undoubtedly saved Principal Office 126 Fulton-st.SuaF *3fN ;j
7 :; k -f-, sale on the 2d day of April next 'in'front ; >m j **#**n a IIT n* rt :n M.K. ,
"' $ t I b I TTptice.Six' MONTHS aft r date, I shall of the court house at Jacksonville Tena, and gent ofilte Interior.] '- I i itheilives of.bothli-ivf rite";this,that" others may : Ji,.;' kcuuiug torSStote-sWBogtwii W c i
beinduce&toi1sIt.,. Yotirs t"a' & 32 North-Secoad( i Flii1ad ]ti9.) ;
? -. J..1 unts'andvouchers her children John 2Apij 8J849 tloct resectnly > 0Nf 4 M- *
: present myacc as Administrator Amy, Louisa and Thomas, '- T : k r&c 'I
III; of the Estate of Francis Richard, property of the Estate Joshua5 Hickinari, dec.to .,- 5 S HaDce,1-druggist:JL BtimoreIJuoI. *: '
1 1 ate of Duval County, deceased, to the Honorable satisfy a debt due from said.Estate. A 8 N ticc ,- ftI Bichmond.VP.jM. .
:t Judge of Probate of said county, for a final ** "* :; or L HICKN x3L: ,.SizMoN-ruafter date.lshalX apply ,to' :bJ d-.IUN..TICJ2SF.tUM.i 5Wj'Jam ,& Co. 11 chaNeQrlDtrlOrPei.1Jbny'

; ;. settlement of said Estate, and shall, at the same Ex'r last Wm and.Tes'mentJ.Hickman'dec.. the Honi-vPrbbate jr dge. Colttmbiffjcounty ICYan bypugjiputJh
F' time,' apply for Letters of Dismissionas; such Jacksonville,March.lOth,1849. 4t for. Lettiers-bf-Dismiflaion aa'Administrator. on id vuo.uuuaciv tie' U
Administrator, of which"all persons interested; ,v-S Thtf above sale is *U Estate of TT- Clefton Iateofsald cou'' ty- 'gentleman spofceVof iihhe foliowiag'IetteriMittftufc -
to first
postponed the
: in'said Estate,'are desired to take notice., Monday in July next >. { ,deceased... VLIFTON, Adu'r, xifi HEVMATlSHfP Jr& 1::
.!1jf: STEPHEN D. FERNANDEZ, Adm'r. ai > june9.t.AUCi.ION'11n. 3iin:27; l849 64; 4jiU 61UJ This is only one of more than four,th TjSjLfl !

January 20,1849 6mi ..c tfejg i) | cases Of rheumatisnTHthat-Dr Tovyiisend'sSar. -
> -
} ,iytf
r -. R9tTESRStR: 's/ipariHa* hi4uredTheniet
-- 'J 4evere'and"
.. .
._. t. ;it; s jTIORDIALS, &a Maraschino;' 'Curasao '. *'JActedNri ''chrotnff ases'are weekly radica1edfbWs'e "V ij ijBirJ J < '
. tr brdyary/virtUell'JiV -- ; te1of 3sJi&1iing
4 -
VJfAbsynthe>'Lemon Syrup; Haisins Citron c'z : e Wbar4zn.d fIi >
'f i-ftiiX
t :;:. '': ; Currants j*Preserved inger,' Fresh.Salmon .and > part of the,Couniy.attended. are nbwiw ared 111 .% atfRixtebit4.tahsidbVa hbeIlcoqnty >,
- r aad Lobster in to respectully.solicited. "A 4tA W4llEiANDISqL4N &4ki rbd1tL1 r
Sardines -
cases- ; Co. -
- ;: : f ,. persjCurraht Jelly Blackberry Jam Jujube :,;jg6ki5aHaft yftl84Kt;:: 4 jjff ;reher b

. i; t r MMi*?** .$ Paete.'Refined Liquorice, &c. For sale; by '. -.' ,. .- ." .' I.-... lo 2i iBetfm I Md bt tilil
$feT.iUJ9w I' Pec. 9 ti -C*A! JL11EED.. *61f iwrRt'I'Kad''th'efm Uisr Sipg-pa5nsnHd! ituawfrI1
?: ? 'liiiy lim& Jrer leVrioiy Wdlien??. KafeWisdlSt nnkthe bed4ft4 W4L

-I1-1j ii: I '... .. 'ThTOUeeJibereby given,to all whom it m !- -. f r&1li four bbtt1esooSfli *dIliiv

ji will 7ciy at
; ppy th9 ? .goQfr 4i
:.( :' ? They wul be readOfynez.Jfejassures pnj4 ely lcteL .u ,

_I -.tthelr$ Ta ICWOkell tJ1OCa1 tnosein want of the .. : -..1k0e9m
i W y wH feiTe ns full satisfactionjatfbe y ; -
nyiinpp rtM, at such % Yl -

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1enttotheVh rZ op
XurnUhed in any quantityrfle Jwd.7 ?* i jyji Q s ocni

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leftaHhBtorBDf Mr, Th aR' *
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lv I'theirystockbf. WLMPS MeixteteSWtotLe&ohaTe.lenioye4 large- asasgar-*. : **&

building foraerljcc4iedby the United States, -No*) 67--_sfi SSSSSS** ltTk
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known asae :G 4tjuilding.: They
9 Oifl. 5B31S Isb I
z ave -the late arrivalS JOTSSOH. &. E ever
:b': t -' from New yorkra assortmentof Dry floods .ggS; c
-c '; ,TW5flSTIV1TTtW1LL B OE1ON a MsaS
I ;C the first Monday i Tnne cxtat9locC,4L, Groceries, Hardware, Provisions, &a, &<4 .; "ccuny wersp aqus FiVr$ Bk bjSii44irtict&o&11 tts forms of'EN

AQpp'r;, t 1 I whi ch1tIiey2jir pipedtOe31ZLtiItlUC I i*i -
: ia Jacksonville,JEast Florida. ,- 5 Vf .
: ': Separate rooms will be fitted upfor the accommodation V!

of young Lfids and Misses, where ?Mhey are jnow'prepare/jto purchase Cottons,i ot

z :. '; they will be instructed in the Elementaryand- Hides,-and ptEerprtduce.of.jfhe cpuntry. >..the.highest : T&S S -p GREAT

higher branches of an English and.dassical Market rates,- and.make cash;stances \ & Fw t&jAlft&in kj
I Education, and young men will be, fitted Jar Vn consignments to their frienas in Savannah. h&thtSdk S I 1. a 4je'1'! ? 9H5 L OTfcwlpUto eoaSSSTfimatwrtmtfetaeptw

; p L .:: College or,for professional, in the Latin and- "" T f f rhe exenu .petnton
{ n different
t Greek classics, and,in the Philosophical! and They.. ; bcIgTflOUSAD9fk n Lfeyi AB cMg falrflakUZJgTipjbjaww
Ploughs to-whicntheywould; .respectfullycal1
Mathematical sciences. ; *rc
k dS5ES5
estfabte Jrp
the att'enlbn'of Planters.- tHng d !inHhe'/Ufie &andTYrk MEi) ra m<eft i'1' *
.: $ p *' 4jn*< THIS !
:: *-- Sfrst a < % $
Arrangement *
onu tiresn1t'q( ( /: *
Jacksonville"Nov. 6, 1846. tf.,,., Lfi& MSTW'C 19 anjextenV <*>othiag can be *
ft more rorpris& ;
; : 'i Tac YEA* will be divided into four quarters,, : r- orisfhetowarditiit $ ii tiae'Af AviwtYU'Alim 'tn WTSiTfous elkBttHsartlfw. >MiAini f Jiw'&ffi/J tMM. Ktlj iOlrWllklio
: .. : of about 13 weeks each, with intervening vacationsv -- 'j1Idj : sat theLO JBST2'R1C.J ,, at .
The day Trill have two sessions the first 1 A M1. D TaMLtwfrtfrehtMlr6teii1c
; 1 seen jts snlutary uejctsiupoicotntrs eeu ofarthergvidence ,

:. -from to 12 M, and the second, from 3 to 5 P. HiS constantly_ on.liamt'a well, assorted I & th'PCCIV'PACKAGE.. r I fits g eat ajueji Thejilxti
4; ;_. UL Wednesday morninga will be appointed to of'Groceries i j -Vt x 3uw"W-* i -.4 f4 Usy 'of thousands hns been pwfeelly Arcpt r cLbythis ***iii* Hv***
t nex lesspeso4tlie female
t: exercises in and declamation. Iraae Cur
English composition C
mpflieinp-Trhcn otherfnaed.Ks'bperntfon'is
: !' Provisions, DryGoodsiHardware XLDd nyfl1em ate got up for oiirown sales zcmedi4auave- grcatcMWbarffont&: ? Iff f A
1 d n6rsnnp"fy" to suspend
'and'not elsewhere.
z E: ".,. -., !; After the first term,nc pupil will be received,' ,-Crockery, &c.,. ,yiz ; &t3 to.-be found u fe tr4! : aeilubitcfrtllfemfarH
cxctjpt or near the beginning of the session
; .-
enaud. health.A.
Superfine Flour in bbls and bbls tkiiMet
% ; ,
t r.- and no pupil for less than one term Pilot Bread, Sugar and Butter Crackers;--- are jThded iii .small rrre&/t5 on the
I 'Tuition. Hums,Bacon, Pork,F M Beef,Pickled Tongues; fl
4f-'d3!'i f', Beading,Writing and Arithmetic, -$6,00. Mackerel, Codnsh;Balt,Rice; .j aiTd'variety'[ burj sortm nt'when'I ea

$ :! Higher English studies. 8,00 Goshen Butter Lard,*Cheese, White Beans we tethatthe valuefbf"our ual tock of- ontlnballyuLy

9 p !)?' i'j Philosophical and Classical studies, -.10,00 Irish Potatbesn W f-, $ this ONE Ai 1e1ji at leas ;twjcetlie value of />Also .nuaerou certificate.3 frftm nifnlof thehighest djfiicuhJesj nd hnTi -l

I :' vttne naif the price of tuition,according to the Sperm Oil, Candle V* the entire fitbck of*dry"gojxts usually kept byour'largesf respectability testifying Jauthegreat medicine 'lujsieffeytej grearcu

AV; tallies pursued, will be expected in advance,; Green and Black Teaj Rio and Java Coffee- ; : wholesale jobbers.C'This, fa t'tO -efficacy of this medicine cin-e seen- on appli'catidhtb" liearinglt recommended
,: t': and the balance at the end of each Ti a<* ''*'StJ ,** > for sucKea sL
term. Muscdvado Sugar,: .Mqlasses; gether,witb f the fact that our means jund our dSb rThc ; x bltai Vl
Board will be'provided in Town at reasonable Stu art's Refined Loaf/Crushed, and Pulverised attention,'instead
::: ; ; .o rates per month, for Pupils from the coin- S ugar ft .' variety of articles>ai-etleyote l'wnblly] to DI E, Asents for JaeKsontUJi thdivicinitE! : shori the dirwS;
&( ;: try; and Parents and Guardians who may desire Bza Gin ?* Uiretder the' ignTeynnsltta period fere &hto!
nc1yRum, Whiskey, Alcohol, Turpen; i idvaniages winch we can ffe r JacksonvilIeFeb.24'Th49.> ; : m .
i..: to avail themselves of the facilities of this 1 myxs &kuC3Si
ia:'.. tine; "to'de'alers'perfectlyobvious] j.ond'/It"shallt be .erateftit for rhe ,benefits she*
; : Institution for the 'education of their children I
London Porter Port Madeira and care: that visit establishment xj
c'ft' :. Champagne npne'who our fleae ofMin $SWyfi
and others be assured that exertion '
may no I Wine / shall me& with'any'disappointment. *
; \ 1AF4J44t I ;
mtjiiiit t&i1i
: will be to the health and L w I) C4 J p bli&.i '
j' spared ensure comfort Cordials Preserves j 0"I,
Confectionary &c. Our assortment is complete all
0 seagons of '
.: .. i JM LMOORE
4f : in knowledge of all who be "" pyp3'c ) r.OfGr* '
progress may A Assortment
Goods 1LEE
Complete of Dry theyear.r JUDSON& LEE.r .
l' i t times
six c1zeapr p1easaflter an&warriixited.su
entrusted to the of the .. ;
care Principal. Calicos Muslins Bonnet P. S. '. -- -- 1-rz-A:
and B. LEE -
': '! RUFUS K. SEWALL Ginghams, .Taffeta- i -- formerly .of the .finnjof; pCrior oany $sold. j it curd dlseasegithoui t TO
Principal -
I _, p.sj : $ ;.:t N. B. Pupils in Town, will be,expected to I Sheetings Ribbons and; bleach'dand- Lord &jees;and late//senior partner ofthe original rgvigj sickening ordtbtiitatvig thepn- This MOTliL'R4NDM4jp.
Shirting unbleach'd firm! Lee
of. j8t .
Brewster7ifrpm7'which. con
'i tient *
s: aidisprtiCUlar1y t
; provide seats and desks. Chairs are addptedtr l yjrepared
recommenIris h
Linen and -
Diaper, Bishops Long Lawn; nectip ne withdrew some time ago, haslresume3 -
Mr. .FALL4N4Z. MEpJ 1E.
jr.7V J ;. : ., ded. [Republican copy.] Ca mbrics. Jaconet. Swiss,and cross bar Muslins; : business Jin'connection'with ilessrs.J The' emaeiiTWison tasup jiifc -
: May 19 1840. tf great beavty.an'd jsuperjority-of thisSar that
: ,- Hosiery, Hdkfs, Gloves, Suspenders; Judson andf assures! .iis.fnendsthat the new"concern ;*'JBapdrill over all bfhfif remedies'is H'era1body preaching critidUperic iettmif foS

w. r Tax Collector's- Notice. p Tic kings. Linen and Cotton Osn burg; shall:have'tKe same pre eminenbe insrancoraewcmeryasn die'di ,1 iiraiei't, tt should neglect to take it as it 'J Kaii
Wine white and brown Linen Drill for thi entheiforaoftheiimiuntWuseasestajwnicn
( pants : L
: THE UNDERSIGNED Tax Assessor And L &a, &&, &c gui shd tlie'otner'iwo Abuses'to,which he belonged. ?, ," onsumpti6n red, <"* *- 3 1- ( ten

: for the County of Duval, State Umbrellas-Silk, Gingham, and Cotton,in steel- %June 2 1847. 2y -cleanse and-strengthen, fimerbf 1ife- ,This perjSwySdSK

,: 1. of Florida, hereby gives notice that he will at and whale bone frames; ,. -- 't ,i, (consumption anbcured,, severaf years byffas Bg tl L& S l

tend at the following times and places, for the Hardware fy Cutlery-Knives, -Scissors,-Razors!; Iflanuf actiirdr s'Supply Store.> bronochitisj consumption, liver.compLtint, ? less valuable* foV'tfiose htPSrV fieiimJ
collecting the Revenue for the State coldscougbscatarrb. asthma', spitting 1. ,iomanoI.aak.I3byquickening
purpose :Nails, Hinges, ButtSj Knives and Forks, Spoons, '*; "- p ctlctilatfed toA ssJlwla2$
thtj ,IL : for the 1849 viz of blood soreness in the chest -
,yc.ir : Tea Trays; 1 oscAas uqK&.. flip filruvY***r\A U ._A* .
: :1 ? ; J 84cult '
-) '
.: :. At S.imuel; Thompson's Store, Black Creek, Collins Axes, Hammers, Hatchets, Saws h'ect1ofluibni'kht sweats/difii system; JncIeed,
WI4I j the 19th June t No* 132i WATEK: STBcsr.CoKK X'ior< Pi \ *- "?' .** --
on Tuesday, inst.. Carriage Wrenches, Halter Chains, Pots Kettles 1- : : -* or profuseexpec i in 11JC a1h1b4disetsestb 'Which
: At Darling C. Prescot's Store. Hill NEw.1ronKS- n4pin L I
Clay on &c., &c.; ; : ( Hi
: ;i ,. Wednesday the 20th June te sid0.&cl .
iust. -
few Rifles low ejrtly.thegridtnral
priced-Powder Flasks.A DEALERS .
C'I .energies bT
: a ifi C ftttbi
I 7J,.W b : A fU
At William Thomas7 House haveand
.. '4 .. Thomasville, on Gooa Assortmentpj\\Crockery and Tin Ware .Colt. ferjBa
.eI.v the 21st June inst. f -' -
Thursday j ,
: >
j *
Boots Shoes -- the
& Men'sWomen's
and Children .a5. toprodbce'asab
I. :1; At Lawrence Ryan's House St. Johns Beach factarcr** Article's -? cured ) '- -fi c
whic iTs
: Scotland Shoes, of all kinds. tionT hecase of iaost neaicfor
... :If ; %p .r*. on Saturday the 23d June, inst.- A variety of Fancy Articles, Perfumery Medicines L AND 07WEAVERS1 ; Probably therfnever.asa remedy)that has) -fcnmlfr'weainws anb!disease: '
I. .j ['I At Col. John Broward's House Cedar Creek been successful in
so desperate
&c.: REEDS, HEDDLES cases otconsuth DISEASE OF TEE
N. on Monday the 25th June. inst. J ttckson'villeApril 15. 1845.- ly :: SPOOLS tion as' this JtJclea'nses and "strengtHens the, ':zU.R; AND BEAR71Up.ROPSYJa .

.I .At C. S. Emery's Store, Mandarin, on Wed* BOBBINS; &c. system.'nndapp'ttirs'to heal the ulcers'on the.
,.I ; .' ;, :nesday the 27th June, inst. Columbia Sheriff's lungs and the patients 'gradually! their '- '-
n Sale. ,
.tn:5 Towzscv-1ear
; : I At the Court House Jacksonville Agents for the sale of the latest improved 5ir;. *J
Thurs -4
on be sold before the Court House door usual health and strengtjiai.; t. < t eentaeictedit1i tt iligeVse

; Cf ): 0 -.:. .? day 30tb, Friday and Saturday, the 2Sih, 29th and WLL the Town of Alligator, Columbia Co.,, -SHEABINGi AND NAPPING MACHINES,; CURIOUS CASE OF with a'terrible inst.
on the first Monday of July next,. between the WOOL PICKERS, CLOTH WINDERS, There is scarcely a day CONSlLtP.TIOR.e' .the-grecter-* ,the-lizael; t8beg

: : :' & A. A. CANOVA, usual hours of-sale, the following property, I to BEGULATORS 'SATINET WARPS &cOilSU a number of cases Copsumptionirepoj-tel as. .troublejd Kith shortness of fcteath
: t Tax *ger4
: ; ,, Assessor and Collector- Duval Co. wit: Lot No. 25, Tuning one hundred and fifty cured by the use of Dyytowns'end'sjSarsaparilla.The teringfbf the heart which has. beta.ve
a Jacksonville -Sperm Lard and.Olive ,
June 2d 49. feet ,- -and.Oil Sa
: -
I ((150)) on second and third streets, and'one March 1849. p. fullowmgisvas recently received1:" tressingi' nd 'has1 frequently been uaMt,
-17w 2mLTAST '
j'fk : hundred and ten feet ((110)) on TowNSEiD-i-J5 '* leave'her "
; Magnolia and Da. 'BIt? For the ;Cln It' b L"TheJrfcplure'
r .. ': Administratrix IVoiiccu Cherry streets; and Lot No. thirty'six ((36,) mu 1- NOTICE three yfearstilrhave .been afflicted with general; and severet She tried almost i
: r.at; : -, ..j 1 MONTHS after date I shall present'm:r ing one hundred and;fifty" feet (T50)) on'third ARMED OCCUPATION SETTLERS-- debility and ,nervous consumptiQnT of ithe last. such ases;}with.but little.ben'efit; ,
and TO
: e.ccounts'and vouchers to the Hon. the feet fourth streets,, and one hundred and ten UNDER Tfl ;ABMED OCCUPATION stage and did not expectjto ever gain my beau ii: hkdntaken three.bottles year ezo d

:;: .A' . ( : 'Judge Probate of Columbia county for a final ((110)in )the on Magnolia ana Ch ry oirwt situated Aor.ine unaersigucar:Agviit.ur tueiu ..iiur, .a nil Aflf oTns: thr6u'eh"a course of meili- &in:8l was entirely relieved ihtfcm

; :; : ; settlement and discharge from the administration Town of.Columbusin Columbia Cc-., will attend at the following places/bn the days cine under the care of some-of the most distinguished or th r hmrr amF-the "mphire-.tliaa*'*

:: : .i I. 1 of the Estate of John C. Smiths late'of together"with all the buildings ariU appurtenances specified below, to take and jreceiveproofs )by regular physicians and members of the :tirejdizappeared u .. a

... L' said county, deceased. thereon f "also the i terestofFrancis Jones de 5posiUonbetbre.him, in-f elation ,to the settlement Board pfllealth jNew/YprTj and -elsewhere,-. fihe has also had ;the dropsy and vaxe

4: .; a t? ; ELIZABETH SMITH. in the said town Columbus, being six shares and occupation of all persons who ol ,J an4' fspending t1,the. cmost of my earnings in. at- much swollen. We had,>roideathitBiiaMJ]

h By A. Y. ALLEN, Ag't.- thereof f also the interest of Francis Jones, in i tained permits underpthe act of Congress the toll gi
'.: ; June'1C. 1849. 6m Bridge, at Columbus, being six shares tied l'An act to pro'vkletor.the armed occupation -; in'somejpaperbf your Srfrsnpaiil la1 1 resolved I- of difieascs."Butithas,as strange u itwj
?I.d; : 9 th ereof. Levied upon as the;property of the and settlement of the hnseUle4 part of the to try it. After using six bottles 1 found i it pear, relieved'her.brtfie dropsy Ia'wn ip

j. : : Land ft* Sale. from said the Francis Circuit Jones Court, to satisfy a fi. fa., issued Peninsula of Florida,'/, approved,4 1 August t, done me -great-good, and called to see you at( that this statement is so straugas toifpa

z. '- p FOR SALE,between nine and ten thou- Moore Administrator Benton, wherein Luke I242randwho were.occupants under.that actand 'your office f with your advice I kept on,"and domostheartily Almost'like ficticoi, hut it in; TirvrrtliflfMyMqreality.
.Sand acres of Land, situated in Nassau Crook, deceased the Estate of Lester the act amendatory,thereof,approved Jiiqe15th thank you for your advice. 'I per-r fovt Samparilla,ia seertaJalyi4uable
." .: County, partly near Nassau and partly near S t. Francis, Jones and, Peter the Plantiff, and the said ,. 1844, and-who,settled.or occupfed.undersaid :severe inr taking theSarsajiarilla,and have been, medicine',1 ind .shouid bcutCbJ BHJJ

; Mary's Rivers,-being a portion of the Waterman: fendants. K. Bailey,are the De act, and.-did not voluntarilyrelinquish.'or'; able to attend C to my? usual labors-1 for the fast" 'one th it5 Jsnffering' have IxtJL. Itsn

. 1 Grant. The above is heavily timbered pine former Sheriff Levy made by Thomas Bl Fitzpatrick, abandon the same, but.cthitimu l to-; reside on. four months,and I hope by the blessings of God disbeljete this*account;*they fcrFifttfq

-t.e,. : .land, conveniently situated Upon water courses, of, Columbia county 'said frontier south of,the line dividing Townships i-( and'your Sarsaparilla continue health.It .-- call nt n>y house and have ocuiaxdnztrat1c.

';,.: triththe, exception of about fire hundred acres Alligator A. A. STEWART, Sheriff. numbers nine and'ten, southland jeast of. helped me'beyond the expectations of.til that e -jYoursj respectfully .- 'T f- :;-' : -

f heavy hammock land upon the St. Mary May 26-1849 6t. the baseline specified in the act.of 1842, thereby -. knew my;case.t
'- River. The whole or any portion will be sold][ aiding.to,effect the objects of said act, viz:, Ora.ngeEssexCo.N*J rAt r. 2; 1847.' .

': cheap for cash. Apply to Notice. 'At.wewnansviile, Alacuua county, on, Mon C-State of At em-Jersey, j sez'CovntyissChas.1 -' 'J .. r DYSP.JF8Y .- -

:; WILLIAM HICKMAN. I\LL persons indebted to Messrs. Palmer & day, 7th May.At Qnimby beingduly .sworn according law?on1 .JNft fluid,or medidine h"jffeTerleetfd c Ttred

ri1c.i ., .; I Jacksonville, March 17, 1S49. tf will Ferris, on mortgage, bond, note, or otherwise St.AngustinejStJohnscounty,on,Tues- his oath saithf'that the-foregoing statement is< which so nearjy JmeiBblesjthe pstriejwaor
,. .--- ed is, please notice that the undersign aythMay. true,according tolhe best of his knowledge and' > saliva in decomposingfocd and 8treMtiaw|
: authorized
collect and settle the t .
r : ..;; IVtice Immediate attention this notice'becomes same At.Pilatka, Putnam county,;onTuesday, 22d belief.-- i-- CUAS.QUIMBY.C: necessary M Sworn and subscribed **-t
c4f ,'; J THE SUBSCRIBER has leased the as Mr. Ferris is about to remove from a y. j -; --- the i847-t tn atOratige f S Itpositrt-ly'cures eterow d
ip ; : .jjIHonse At Mellonvillet Orange county, onj Taeojay"29th 2d-August7 CYRUS'BALDWIN 'd yspep81abOwtveiev re 0r chroKTel1 (ti'
ir formerly occupied by Mr. Hatch on the State. Suits will be brought at once, in all *" ,
Justice '
May. J of the Peace ,
; :):iis ; I. Bay street t.<( : z PAZTMZZtT4tX.BA1t31a71j1M.M'Iebi .
known Hart's old -
( cases cf
as Boarding- .where .prompt attention- tht above iseglected a ..
At.Ocala :Marion., -
r I House county, on.Monday JL 8th $
- ,) and is now prepared to accommodate I
- : y '.i : who fit -- -- J une.: *3 TWQCHILDRENTS4VEDS 'for several yej JwrtXdispepsiai jit tzoftdisa ,*
any may see to patronize him, and assures i il'i..4 PHILIP FRASER, fy*
f; : them that no pains will spared to en Attorney for.Messrs.. Palmer Lake Lindsay. Benton J county,on Alonday'! Veryjew; indeed in;
r.. sure their comfort A commodious table is attached i May 26, 1849. &4t Ferris. 25th.$ June. -* (f J. not ,h?ard ,of;>one7 thatKjUsedDr, Townsend's" o f'appetite; extreme- Beartbtirn7 in1 it pal

to the establishment, and .every attention i At Fort'JFanning, Levy,county,', on'Monday,- -Sarsaparilla -in tiineIos( |. iy children>he past a si jtl1 kndzoffoodtsad 1OSI1''hat

t ,; ..I l will be paid to the horses of those travel Parker's Patents, Impro vcmcnu .StbJuly.. t/ c"a f '' Bummer,while.those.that did not eickened andb ( ouIdni5t

s Jers who may think proper stop'with him! _in Hydraulic ATarnpaIillboroughcountyou; Monday die
- ..i ; ; A W. ruICUTONEcksonville Power. soth July, ; r ; *; -;; "- c liyeed'enceQfitaralueand; i only-anoth- mi btitiii'e1had' LUUi!
jh" v.3k I E. F, Dec.- ?, '1S48. tf A LL PERSONS infringing violating the
14tw- ..-. ..., .;;; -_- -''_--. c: nbove Patents are cautioned 'hot "to pay ., y. .- --,
-, 1.b. WM. S. LAWTON. for said infringements, or violations Lyman : i'kamLlTPa49; county, onM o.n"At idayoth- ,cured by jou SaKaparilla'of thVsummeri sywtkJittliouzid.my.

- 'C' :: ., Merchant, Daniel Humphrey and Thomas J. A ugust. --X ; -- complaint and dysentery f Jxn6.wa8, only'5
}::4 FACTOR AND COMMISSION MERCHANT Barney, or either of Fort PierceTSt. SAt -- months old *
acting as' my agents, 'Lucie county, on Monday and-th&o'tber.3years. 'They were, f .appette1resto1e1oinipent1ie
Charleston, S. C. under a power of Attorney, dated ,on the 18th 3d September. *. .Irftt -..). ,... 'V er7 mitch redoc d and we expected they.would:

day January, 1848, as said power of Attorney All persons interested i &hhzi'not alL. die a.theyw"erei givte upsby>two-respectable; 'c 'tueTof itftetibSewFaJ JYtt!
'Rtrir css; -E. G. Jauden, Esq, near 3w kw a revoked by me the ready made their physicians. When the
on of doctor
day proof informed, JL1"
I. sonvil E. F. Go-v. C. 3. McDonald Ga. April. "requested to hare nsr that awe Acte4 tm J ..l5A Yct
1849. ,
; C._
; PARKER .their3 witnesses : &must ifIsi them
1.' :;i .-. r Forman Charleston S. Patentee. .ready,and icome prepared to we resohezLao try your i4 4;
C. -
Esq. Hoa. "
; JF.H Newark Ohio : : i-'i'1 :
e% Elmore, Charleston, S. C. May tO, 1849. 3mbs prove their cases fully.rtS ttlers on lands heretofore fiarsaparilla.wehad heard jd mucho but had- Cfl. rurcbse non butucb; as bafl22Prs
tinsurveyed"will now'nave'an"bppoHuni- little:confidence, there-being so much stuff ad-' thPh1dati.tottle5 ciiii1ete1taDd2"
4 10,1848 ly E xecutor's ''Notice.shall expose for .t yto I .Y ertised.-that-is 1 tie writfeb rignature ofSQ'ThsD!

I. .- -. sale on the 2d day of April next, in front -;-*. ;t :fluij ,., : thankful that'we did;fprfit,undoubtedly--saved Principal Office, 126 FnltonSB'N.
Jot1ce.Srx.Monrz of -
] after date the
sh ill
i : -L TJ' courthouse at Jacksonville, Tena and 4g nt fiWtzit rior.) "4 4AP1J8iJ84Pi thelivesTofboth.ri J.write,this-that others may .; edco8state-stBostoa; 1J
; : present my'accounts and vouchers her children "
:4.1' t's: ministratorof- Estate or Francis as Ad- Amy, John, Louisa and Thomas, : .- / i F tlQCt beinduced.to tise iUa- Yours. respectfaUyi uatMyrtle&venuejJirooklynfSept15,18.471 I & onr132 North ; S&Bncdruggist

fl&I4;:: ; ; 5 late of Duval deceased Richard: property of the Estate of Joshua Hickman', dec-- -- r-; b-t C1 z : BtimenDOIr*)
County .
to the Honora debt A"d
Jto satisfy a due from said,Estate minis tor a to r V Nii :
c e.- Richniqz4
; S M. C1iflCba1eStD
I .j Judge of Probate said *
county, for a final 'rH'-i NXL HICKMAN x*. Six Mo rai/after date, .! haL apply to i L &
t r' ettlementof said Estates and shall,at the same Ex'r last Will and Tes'merit- ,. J.Hickman'-dec. the Hon?Prbba eJttdgebftColunibuiicpunty] C "James PC1SXIbD If
I time,: apply for Letters of Dismissiori'as iEsqoui i oftfie Assistnntsi
such: Jacksonville March for-vLetters-of Dismission r rdthe t
I j Administrator of,which all 10th,1849. 4t as'Administrator on iI Lunatic I IT11L1T1 ._J "t_ "It $ b1iZij1Ci
k s in said Estate', persons interested' tS3r: The above sale is to the Estate Henry Clefton*late.of said county3 I- gentleman spoketotii1tht te!
; : r are desired to take notice., postponed the first, .deceased., .. fo1lowing.etei4 I 3Druggists
,: r.: .' STEPHEN D. FERNANDEZ, Adm'r. Monday m July next.-- 2 : June 9. 1Ja.HjUitEjS 27 I84 JOHif.CL FTON.iAdniJr/-i .i ;nMiMtt&VmATlSM.- .** ''- M- teWfc ltrft rfH&F1'' .

: ; )!4IerbV'v January 20,1849 oni iJ This is only one of more than four theCanadaa. JUJt J
6m thousand! j&
,, -WiAA L Of fcv* e-r 9jr fe fT \ i iIKVlUVf
. -v-- $ __ Ceases rheumatisni-thatrDr Townsend's Sr ac tijHoj
cc: I I tlCI -
tUCTIONEER I sftparilla- has acured
r ; t ? 4i The meat Severe and
; 1 OORDTAT &c.-Mamscbino, Cur 4CKSONVIL' 1 '1 tfESSRSR.1LLL i ''cixronio1 -cases'are weekly eradfeateaJby itVextridrdinary'virtiies h"--'. -' .4-i'4. % ; ThL____
; AbSynthtLemon Sjrii Raisins -

JiJt : ';1; rouCrrants&PescrvedO'ingeI; *JTtall (; 11". v 5 "Sjj: s,in any pat; the County i attend'ed*, ed th Wbai'fand the buildigattach d f' uci: i T i-r vtJi j J .*- ..l T 5't.rf ... .- f.dontQjne .*
b'I 4 aonand Lobster inc j < ** to andfespectully.splicited. Tiw-Uuir iireiiarcu in cthctio. tihh'tii p
i1 r se ,Saidin s; Olives. Ca:*' r r LIeraosJi&Wng
L- pers Currant Jelly ... toJW'G000VQXO'CBTKf HAU&E irbd 4 c
Blackberry Jam: Jujube I-- M. -j < *,* $ < ., Jkl p -. j ANj>mt&CE lANEOUfcESffi&&&i erl$1riit WItW1 .
Kste.'Benned Liquorice &c.
by ththifdable
TtH :
.T X&NTiWvftGENEnlA&COahrat'esni t1wI
'T tx AM.11EEE br \ ¬Jleej

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0ttCQ ia-hereby given TE ft LI ,* ar4tie eb-4
to all t
_ _ whom itT8 *t w fi f>ipB. 5sKW (our botUeooi Sarsajflla
dceiithat the sbscrberswJ1 J-; ift' t iji to vwmUy > helizvt : reonefctedtft taaktfjmiaed'psjta BVt! :J
.T. oiTJick tat
a vnie
t They are the pjo eibanvOwtu jpt ; BAW
h9 Agents tr'S Jfll
M of the rkrr t
fefJpelPff pfli d t- r> ; b ?!3i t !
: 9&fntt u ;r fmeamenP'attWptce: hnirarenow| 'enabled- %ain1omuc- vms?& wr ? < fflOTtt2 {gVf

!* ofAiajjoexf. Jitqnasuresinose'm C to offer ryfacilit/tyt i'MeVchanrPlantVr k '-r Kel j O fei4Hi? k Jt7'B4e 4. f ? ;
want 1 ggp .
Jttl of"MJ i: jthis&r* -
bIL- : ** Mll?>,*?? theyirillive| as full satisfactions : -,. .,, ..,?*,...e. *' nS.t > wr i- "*t. *_f *iji ,: : -
any.jimnortea at such .i2j; >i!: ff1.t ) 1 fRI;
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a- U. IltIlewJ1 Th1 -L 'f7 ; -
brIc1n1 ? *"
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. -t I j wcwrnisnejgmany iwntHy.'flesJrfd? t1 Jjni tedconyenienttotheWiarf TWatk F. -I S Jban mvef ,
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