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: August 4, 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
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,")" AUGUSTUS -f'n_ ".. t .. 4":. ". ..4... 1 ," 3002 feet ash p1UkM ,thok/ 1 1."

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or FOUR DOLLA.R!.iht the end'cfftbe year.Orettisrmeno ., S : v oua COUN Y., ', ,, ,L 400. feet:aah plank 4inentstakkylio2&iliches 5 j .

Jsnce.; Wilt**inserted" **foll t* .5 ;,. ,-,'. ". 'Ji1." ". r' -- S ,. 4 S "S ._ .. _" r.t. wide, 12 to. 14 feet BrJ..eU. sea* t 'po

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ing terms and[ mader, ,1. I 1' < .600 Ceet"b.planktt3 iDchS* 2Jtdtao
or-te.h'e tlll6l OItVIL"G. ATI1BD. Y :lOBRmoAl1g:118 4, 1849. t
e .ubse- .. . ., [NO.43. inches wide 12 to 16 feet,,*. }
fo.Se.and75c u for each 5-.. :; ; ..< ..-. "..." ,"O'rt" 1.i1 11.h:;'. .:' "f' "0 t.cr..ns S .. C '.
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Car qgetttlnseruon be Toyearly adyerusen a liberal d' 30- ,: '. f J" .1SI -. : 'yefects."he'ends'beBawa:off: uar .to out straight .the siding way,'. and" ,by,A'I,sweep- 1300 feet ash plank- ,' fl ; t-.1. 15 Jo 29 t .1.
oQIIE.u1 be made.e before in- -cubic'feet white oak|>laak stocks, I'sound. and'. periecfwooo. tfy'tne"cdntroctor.C&KS'Nors. i curving 6 inches 'in,\45 feet? the moulding "sy.QLAZSNo'2. Inches wide,*andfupwaitfa,to tw tt\id '
for : > wellsed *
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be paid ned.
must .._. S S M t .
T'All adyertisements at -cents per cubic foot ,$. : .. ,
a regular customer. By referring _' sided incheiff'White oak boat : '... ., ;350 feet ash plank, 1'inches thick 18.td$4 S ;.
bl Pne .
ntutell the requisite Bum may be ascertained 'knees 'at- cents. tided inch .. .:.Y'ellow..., .. tot'_ ......tmuu.>_.:. '. Locust iimlitr.O inches wide, to be-clear. awl well leaIt, 1
,pelf Ief1l'1l, advertisement.ments per : 40,000 cubic:feet fine.grained them Yellow cubic feet Long Island Locust timber te ed..0> -" S If.
the -
5iid uatlsmiued with muted with the number 'J Pine plank stocks average forty-fire feet I ]engtb.inoVlewvthan'10feet3't& ar'erage 12 in-, 3000 ash plank 1" inches fhfcaflft Itk

er'Adyert not in length and none ledthan. thirty-five:feet. inches diameter,: :'!-than 10 inches to be inches wide, to be c1rbnde1l ;
forbid .
.in5enons required,will becontimied until S. long...,iTwosida'juust-.be:r. .straight, but Of the.beat; .nnalitir free from all defet1, -.. soned. 3 i4o. ;. I

ebarpd for.gj'Five .no.- may retain ih natun&taper jot.hej ttee. The 2 'pl Y eUow' t'tuu rJ 18 cubic fee 600ft feet'ash-planki IMfochts thick?10 Inch* !!

.l dollarS will be charged for alUnnounce- cubic feet yellow pine plank* other two aides; may,. ,be'lined of parallelbreadths LLislgna. ; I .feeteachj8x 12IzIc'iii-, wide,and, upwards,..J to be clearand well 1;
for office. stocks;at cents per cubl foot Scubie or with the natural taper andmmitbe ameter. S ;aeasttwd.:< .-* :.*-t.; *>** *** :

aU candidates SIX'Montba : t "110 00 vfeet' 'promSc OUl'llow Itried7stra hif">ip/w1th'aufa'r; (fcurVe'The 30-pIeierYen
e square. for and Creditor, : S 7 00 pine at cents per-cUbic foot small 'end'niustndt beless fthan''fouicfifths of L.LJtQJ,r 12'feet U; 7 ..x'9 inches dlsnider. ef wide, to be clear and,welT Oned. ,::1 "-J
Notice to Debtors .the butt tbd,"and "the small"end. jxrus' not be 350 feet ash-plank?1T iueh'thiclc0" '*. 'I;
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Administration S : .
Anolication for Letters =$=sIt less than twdve'lncn'efrS'quare, icltarof wane. LAss'No'.3.. S CaN'WI e av UV-e "l..d'11 iEoaed. .
jg AU religious notice will be inserted patui.tWitf No more sap wbdd' than \ one-eighth of the S .3000 feet ash plank 1% inches thick;:10" to 185ntA ,

my bid be accepted, I desire to be addressed 'breadth of the,fuce frojneach. corner.will be allowed Yellow Pine,timber. :Wide; to be clear.and well& &- : I'

commnnicat jons must be addreMed"toAc through-the postofficeat' ;' &a the : on the slockfc" sapwood, to lie excluded ..20,000 tubic feet Southern Yellow Pine'pi Jjik S.. "ed. .-., -- '** 'S ? "

BJAll contract to be sent'to the nay agent at : in : hVnveasbreinent per cubic foot' stock, .S' *" 500 feet 4. inch ash,plank, board.taetitare.UOO .'V.:
tSTUI C. GiLLSTT. pottage ptJiLAll for % .5TOO'cabi6'fSBA-nhe'grainjea Sonthern Yellow ,.104)00 cubic feet Southern Yellbw "do.* do 'dodo')' ,. t 1

rj' admissable personal communications wil execution.Respectfully, A.B- Pin rbinicuoua.1rnbefrom '25 to 40 miscuous timber. S Pine'pro 30a: do 2'do do 'd th .4 f';...
Vtcbarged M advertiiemenLi.j'AUb1I5 Jo Commodore C. W. gKJKNiR, S feet long, and 'W in"' l:to 24-inche*, square -'- .fhe' ','Plank IItcc "'to'be' -1entJino t leis 500 do 2 do do do )E1
for Joo Prwrfng, mast Be paid on the Chi f Bureau Construction, &c.., &c., per cubic foot, ._ 3 feet averaging *ttr 1 hal 200 :do :1%. do' do .. .I d \ 011 f4
Timber to be of iteiy .square -500 do 1}' do do' .
work. Washington. 'S All the above.Yellow 'Pine 12 inches: an4 half to 14 inches and do.a "
square 14
eJivf ry of the We,.the undersigned, residents of---i: the very bcstqualtyr| and free from all.defects. wards,At the top end'of the sticks 'to' beif up the :00 .do 13 do do ;. '. '
of hereby guarantee,. 'Ouhd' d ; : '500 -do 1" do ':boards:: Id&4 U -
in the State to saed to"
= ._ 1 Th ends. .be' off"square best quality'long leaf, fine grain, free from ; : .t
PROPOSALS that in case the foregoing bid ofCLASS [ perfect wood.by the contractor. heart"shakesj wind sHakesj and all other defects '50:waite Bsh\o Ts, 17 feet long, or 850 fwt ia : .
be accepted that will,within five .days 'length, by the foot .i'y. .
to be
CLASS No. 3. ; hewn to'a fairdge and to have : 4 '::
TInDER, &c., FOB THE WAVY of the contract at the post office no 00 white ash'oarf
the 16-fett
fOB after receipt more sap than.one-eighth of the breadth nof:jthe iong.kor_ f6< ,
: jy
'the "
designated in said' bid,. execute : face from each iinlengthbythe foot" A I, .
corner and the S'
NAVY DEPARTMENT, with good and sufficient sureties, furnish the 2,000 feet board measure, No. White ,Pine all sap to be excluded in the contentsof 50 white ash oars, 15 feet long, 'or 2250 feet ', 4?4

BtrellJl of Construction, Equipment and Repair, articles proposed, in conformity with the terms 1 inch boaJs tone clear of-all defects, such as the timber. measurement of. inleatb'b7'thefoot ,i <99i > r .

June 13, 1849. of the advertisement under which it was made knots, rot, splits,' shakes', stains, ;coarseness' 'ofquality The promiscuous timber to be 300 whitewash'o r8.14'1'eet' long, in
C. D- I i wood holes; and'uneveu. sawing lengths in length by'tbefoot ..' *.'* t' .
endorsed "Proposalsfor'Tnnlrtr sap ; 'not less J
proposal, 30 :
EALED feet 40' feet *
:E. F. : per thousand'feet board measure. average to 500 white ash bata )3.feet l Ion ft500rfeit .
S or Lumber, as the case may be, (naming ,. square 14 inches and the r;or ; :
the yard for which the offer is intended.,) I hereby certify,that to thettstof my knowledge II 30,000 feetj'board measure, No. 2 White Pine 'averaging';:16'Inches' ,upwards,at be top ends, \ in length ibj the'foot" Pa V ;5 I'
to of the best
be received by this Bureau until three and belief, ,the' above named guarantorsare one' hick .boards, "rohRve :not'M 1'e'thau't1w e': quality long leaf fine square; free 300" white ash oars,.'.12 feet;long. ,.or8600 feet ,_ -' 4
Trill grain from heart
and sufficient J.IL, medium-sixer knots within'the surface of fifteen' in length:; by.thf Ot. i ** ,1.1 : .
tfdock.P M,of the fifteenth of August next, for good shakes, wind shakes'and all other defects .
Naty-Agent feet to be clear of all other knots" tap wood ;j.to All the fo 'asb''imb .
fcrnisb'ing and delivering, under contract, at ; .be.hewed.. to a fair edge,according to the growthof ,. arid-plant t?be .r.
the several nn.vyyards hereinafter named, the rot, shakes, splits :holes*and uneven sawing- the tree'and to. have of the best quality white ashTfree f'ro l'* x *? : I
no than
more *
timber lumber and other articles embraced in NAVY YARD, KLJTERY, MAINE. i.per thousand.feet board measure., of the breadth of the face from each sap corner and}& shakes-splits,and all other defects. .if

this advertisement One-fourth of the whole 1st CLASS. lAsh, Cherry, Black 'Walnut, Cypress, the cubical contents. of all the ,sap to be exclu, v us'No..7, .'1t&tf.. 1.1: .
qwntity required at each navy yard,must be de- the tided inch.) -S S ded in the measurement of the timber. White
A Oak "
White oak knees, (by Locust t4c. pro- (i1l. SfCujier: cuJric foot.
one-fourth : ;
bTered on or before 1 st July; on portion the b 'etithber may be hewed witha : f'
one-fourth before 600 White Oak knees, (or 4,500.sided Inches) Ash butt from 30000 cubic feet white oak plank stock .. .
or before the 1st September; on or 800 cubic feet White pieces fair.curve of 6 inches spring one of the ,geijeiibicfoot .
and one-fourth before the net siding of one third to be 7 inches, the aT inches diameter way ., '
: the 1st November; on or '14:to30 feet ngand to r ge'18 stick. l'J. c g: tW.
the 30th December, 1830. In case of failure net siding of one third to be 8 inches, and the in the middle,of the sticks, ,clear of The aforesaid "plank stocks"' and 0000 .cubic feet.white oak promiictiqua timbef, .

to deliver the articles within the times and in net siding of the other third to be 9 inches'; the bark ; none'less'than16 inches'diameter-per. 0118 1ber- 'must be felled between kpromiscu-the 1st of per.cubic foot. n -, '.t ti ) S I'.

proportions specified, the Bureau or the se- arms te be in lengths from 5 feet to 5 feet and cubic foot. ., October and the 1st of Marchj and must have 2000 1eetsandfeet.boa.i&meazure.1 i1nch;white oak,p : .' tc

Tend commandants to have the right to supply 6 inches; the bodies to oe in lengths from G} .500) 'feet board in sute Cherry boards, one grown within'60 mites of the sea coast must .; : f t s. .

deficiencies by purchase and the contractor and to 1%, averaging 6 feet. inch: thick to average)6.inches-per thousand be stripped of the bark, or ,hewed within; 20 2000 feet)1 inch whutepak p : .'.
in twice the The bodies are to be sided to the diameter .1oirl : san :feet.MU4.JeaIU .
be feet
bis sureties to responsible con- middle'ofth measure. days after it is felled, and placed clear of the "0.if ..
tract price. the arm, the siding size tak n at the I 20.000 feet board,measure, White Ash plank, -grauD 3000- 'feet' > 1 inch. 'white.oak- jt :
. Aflthetimberalld other articles must be of length of the arm, (clear of bark.) Three inches thick-per thousand'feet, 'board mea sand.feetboardmeasure.u ? uf at .r,r'vk

tie very best quality,and subject to the inspection fourths of the siding or diameter is to be considered 1.2: CLASS No. 4. 30'oo.e. "3 ihch'wElte'oakfiknd.Te ; j.i! ".-'.' *.

and measurement established for the gov. the net siding ofthe knee. 500 feet board me.\sure Cherry plank, 2 inches SpartirA&er. ..; ? h 1o.t l ; ,<
ernment of llie teveral navy yards,printed rules The moulding size of the body, in themiddleof thick to average '14 inches wide-per h 1Oe({,! 1. ,.P 3' 1tf. >. -4..*TJ .

of which may be obtained on application to the its length, to be full pne and op .the net 'thousand. feet .board iqeajlure. t 3 yellow pine.sticks, or 267 cubic feet of spar .lengths no i p8! J ;fti g 43 'S .

different commandants or navy agents. All said siding of the knee. 1,000 feet board measure, Black Walnut-S timber, 50 feet long, 16 inches'parallel. feet, 11r }}'. P' .tDilJt nquare : .

timber lumber, and other articles must be en- One-half of the above knees to be square, and boards: 1 inch thick; to average 18 inches wide 3,yellow. pine. sticks; or_210"cubic feet of spar 14mc1ies and upwards ai i he top gJpf the -S 1 ,
: one-fourth to form an angle from eighty ,to timber, 45 feet long, 15 inches .rallel. must U ..
tirely satisfactory to the respective comman- -per thousand feet,:board measure. ,They rough-qaajed;1Kft r l.to 'l .
dants. ninety degrees; the remainder to form an angle i 1.500 feet 'board measure, .JJlack :Walnut 4 yellow pine sticks, or 1,035 cubic feet of spar .the growth'pf the tre jtorhaTeBO-i e -erceeeingl5 ,. : *'
be from ninety to one'hundred degrees. j : .timber, 73 f long, 25% inches. % from the I width V ficf of45e ; .V!
The white oak timber must rough squared, boards inch thick, to average 14 inches wide jjde, aa : < :. .
butt. .
according to the growth of the tree to have no The length of the arm to measured from -per thousand feet board measure.; squared ; tokJ> .the..' ,beat'jflual from

wane exceeding oae-lourth the width of the face the back of the body as moulded by the angles 500 feet'board measure,' ckWa1nutplank. 4 yellow pine sticks, or 722 cubic feet of spar heart shake. ,wind 'shakes,;Lb ,ehm .V

of the side n s squared. All the yellow pin given. 2 inches thick; toJkrerage inches wide,-per timber butt. 65 feet _long, 23 inches 3 from .crooks, and all other dejecter 1i'.1WW' .

timber must be ot the best quality of long leaf 2d CLASS. thousand feet board measure. tents of the'sap shaliteeictuded. jntTSUre. 1

file grain. SOld he,n ydlowyine,to be hewed to atmcdge. 10,000 feet board measure, Cypress boards, 4 yellow pine.sticksor_ 468 cubic feet of spar .ne.zit.. 'P f ( -J J J.i m' Itt ;: l4
Lumber "Board measure ) ptrthoV' timber 52 feet .
and to have no more sap than one- ( '1 inch thick,from 20'to 30 feet long, and from long,'19 inches M from butt. The"promi CttOus tlmber.j.to bo'irt linghts u.U'iJ:

eighth of the breadth of the face from each cor- sand feet. 8 to 12 inches wide-per thousand feet, board 4 yellow timber pine sticks or 384 cubic feet of spar;, ;not lesslhan feet,to average 35 fthqiii :
of all to be excluded in the 1st quality 5-inch 48 feet'long. inches M from 14,inches and
ner;the contents sap 2,000 feet board measure, measure. butt. upwards the lopaend the
measurement of the timber. The oak must be clear White Pine plank. 50.pieces yellow Locus/* from }2\to 25 feet 2 stick-to average 17 inches. It mug*be"ifengh'- ;t .

felled between the 1st October and the 1 st of 2,000 feet, board measure, 1st quality 4-inch long, and from 10 to 18 inches diameter, to average yellow timber pine 54 sticks feet,'or 147 cubic feet of .spar squared according to the'growth..of?the%tree'j ..4:?

March: and must Live grown within sixty milesof clear White Pine plank. I. 14 inches' diameter, clear of bark, in the butt. long', 16 inches. .tf. from to have no wane exceeding 1-5 the.width,"of the '. 5 *l t

the sea coast; must be stripped of the bark or 3,000 feet, board measure, 1st quality 3-inch middle of the sticks, or 575 cubic feat- per cubic 4 I fa4eofthesMesassquaredfo beo"d:>ike test .1. .42 L LS. l
hewed within twenty days after it is felled clear White Pine plank. foot. yellow*pine sticks, or 968 cubic feet: of spnr .quaIDyfnefrom.i1wt.1sJWb'2..ina-sbke,
S S /
and placed clear tLcground:which sltisfac 3,000 feet, board measure, 1st quality 2j '6 pieces'Fustic, three .feet long and,:sixteen 4 timber, 72 'long,22 inches.parallel.' bad knots and all other defects' and the ctabical i :>
edIII'Dc'wust be the Pine 'diameter: cubic 'feet- cubic yellow'pine sticks1 or 874 cubic feet of spar contents of the {
t( given by contractorI inch clear White plank. inches say 17 per timber apshall,.be-s. excluded in the -
I rue jiroJucsiou certificates signed by two feet. board measure 1st quality 2-inch foot. .S 65 feet long, 22 inches para 1. measurement r h'il4 ,
10,000 T All ;
witnesses, with their i board '15 of the above Y flow Pine spar '..UmberJis <.. ., \. "' '') .t. "v _
respectable deposition on clear White Pine plank. l.200.'fe t measure. ;tCedar'boards, The abave-wie .1. . O 11
to be of the bestwindabades 1fO plan .
oath, befrcsoznejudg'of the court or magistrate 10,000 feet board measure, 1st qualityIU.I I I to 25fe'etlongand from 8'to 12' inches "ide quality,free f rota heart shakes, iscuous. must be.vfeJledlb8tweeriJtheftOctober OC.D 11C1 ;4 r

within tie township or county where the inch clear White Pine plank. and.% of an inch thick per. thousand feet, to a fair edge, ,and and all to other have defects' to be,hewed and 1st March, .und thu-hmi.rin ," *

tin.ber was felled. 6,000 feet, board measure, 1st quality 1. bo:1rd'mens'ne. of the breadth of the no oe.sapJ 1-6 within 60 miles Of,the sea-coait/BBis WstH %f ii
Persons offering for more than one yard, must inch clear White Pine plank. .All the Ash;Cherry, &c.nooTe"descriped to face'from each.c er.- ad oftbe bark .
f ; Those pieces marked < or.Jiwe4wj ha" 2OVdM after
nale separate Qild disliiict proposals for the supply 1,000 feet, board measure, 1st puality 13.. be of tho 'verybest_ qua1ityclear of 'rot, splits. yards: d muetbo the%: fro'm ,b'u t" "are :for it is 1 JIe ,. : t '. :* V..
of end.: Iff ping the classes of articles separate, inch clear Cypress plank. shakes,knots,cross grain7 wprm olesstall, s&. lined full towards the same at the. butt' and 4 ci : -:e"IT ;dJt, :. /'i:
end embracing w/ole quantity of all the articles feet, board measure, Istquality 1-inch The plank and boards tope. aayred.to even thick ndj.which'; .n be tapered .
1,000 '
nlht class. The cost ot each item must be distinctly clear Cypress boards. i nesses. off,the large pieces to 44 ,inches and 'the White Pine timlJerrrqc, (bdarttineasure, :.r-2:;*

carried out, :nd the aggregate of each 2,000 feet, board measure, 1st quality 3-inch CLASS S S No.4. smallest to 11 inches'by-the cubic foot. :per thousand. feetty* **& 'i :'. ;' .:j.' .

ch scorrectly footed up, which is material to a clear White Ash plank. CLASS No..5. 5'P: J9H V-x u Js".n* : ,1
500 feet-jnch clear "J.
liir comparison of bids. An erroneous extension 2,000 feet, board measure, let quality .2. Black Spruce Spars rr wicl Poles.-By- the .white pme-j.weli] sea* ; '. ::
: SpruceSpur:. .seasoned 12 to'l, 6 fee( lonj j.equa Vflcan'ffties. : *
oran erroneous aggregate will constitute inch clear White Ash plank. 2nchandpo '. 1 ;
informality, and will not be considered. 6,000 feet board measure 1st-quality 2-inch 30 pieces, 37 feet'Ipng, 8'inches diameter in 25 spruce spars, 55 to 60 feet long, of proportionate 700teet 4Inehc1earwhjtepjfl1jjQ: .' ,4" ./ 3 ? C5I. .r .

Sv extension of time deliveries under any clear White Ash plank. !. the middle 5 inchesliJiHtneter- Uuft p end, size,.per spar. : 18 incEea .{: l '.1. d
contract will be and penalties for non- board measure 1st quality 1 25 spruce'spars, 45.to O'feet'long { : S KideyiSfto'ie feet"long,equal qU4"t ;
granted, 2.000; feet, I clear of the.bar k inch:24P ,inc>es. of'propor. .titles. .. ... .. J
fulfilment will in ull cases be rigidly enforced; inch clear White Ash plank; onehalfto 40 pieces 35. fgetj bidders are,therefore, requested to offer for,no be not less than 20 inches wide., I the middle e:4iamoatIbe top end 500'inches spruce spars, 6Ji to 9% inches, per pine,12 to48 js't :. .:;
..ones wide 12 to 16 feet ton ,
inch. equal ausrii
JIIOre than can furnish within board measure 1st quality (- *rf/ oT ;'
they are sure they 2,000 feet, clear of the b irk-rj>er incb 2 0 inches. :. 1
i the time specified. inch clear White Ash plank; one-half 30 pieces 30,fqet long,Jilnefeep.diameter in. V CtAss5Np.6: ,2,000 S. .1ttties.feet j-inch clear. whiteJtlne. 12-.t) h"J'&tf 18 t :{t .f.:..j t
The price of all manufactured or sawed lumVr -. -to be.not less than 20 inches wide. the middle;4J inches at the end : : : .
top Jlsh ,:.i ich wide. 12 to 10 .featquantities. ,ia ;;: : t. .16 :
will be estimated and determined by 3.000 feet, boar measure,,1st quality 1-inch clear of tbOjba,k-r-per.ine ,.RlOjnches. &c., 8c. ,9iX : 7'S' .. J '.

"fcarj mature;" the square and round limber clear White Ash boards. 40 piece, Sjleet IO g.6 inches diameter in: 4 ash logs. 14 re Jong ani20 to 24 inches 1,000 feet 2J-inch clear white S. pine '12/- ;;; :t j
unless otherwise specified, by the "cubic foot 500 feet, board measure, let quality 4-inch the middle, 4 inches diameter at the top .end, ._ _. _diameter,. 308 inches,-per'inch. inches wide 18 to 16 "f
Approved wretiesin twice the estimated a- Black Walnut plank. clear of tile bark-per frich, 240 inche%.r 300 inches round ash timber, 20'tQ'24inches: : "-. I quantities. ; eet-long,.equal; 7 ; ,
wuai in the forth in the form of 1st quality 3-inch .' ;t..r. t ..tt" t}\ c*" -j- .p...
manner !>et 500 feet. board measure, 100 jkcs5 fee lqPg54incb;! s lj.a trin, dilWleter per' ihc S > 'S' :12,000 2-inch clear.white pine, .12_ to 14j inches ; "
'te coutrlct, will be require., and ten per cen- Black Walnut plank. the l141e 3)4 inchesIiqrnetor at .topend, 200 Inches toun sh timber, 24 inches diametert -: wide, 12 to 16 feet long cqualqu3nti. :
;'a.in addition, will be withheld from the a- 1,000 feet, board measure, 1st quality 2-inch ;'!clenrof'' tbe'6lrk--PeI'1b )00 In.elle 4- per inch. S ties. $ L iil'. .;.. : \.d

*!ntof each payment as collateral security Black Walnut plink 100 poles, 20 feet'fang,finches diameter in 200 inches round ash timber;, 20 inches diameter 1,000 feet 1 3-4 inch clear- white lime, 12 to'14 1. .

& the faithful performance of the contract. 500 feet, board measure/ 1st quality -: .i the middle, 3 inches diameter at the top-end, per incfi. inches wide, 12 ,to 16 feet longiiqual !
Sinety centum of each will be paid ,Black Walnut plank. : 1000 feet ash. ;
per delivery inch clear of the bark-per -.byjbepole.. plank 4 inches thick '22 inches quantities. ..
tytLeaiTy agent within thirty days after .theJWsentation 2,000 feet, board measure, 1st quality 1-inch All I ', Te.8PMJj to..be.of.the.very, best wIde board measure,per 1000 feet. 11,000 feet H-inch clear white pine' ,12 to'U1 4,

of approved bills in triplicate by Black Walnut boards. quality,straight and free from all defects. ;,1500 feet ash'plank, 3 M,inches thick, 21 inches inches *ide, :12 to '16 ,feet Idng,1 qual : of,:.;
commandant of the yard at which thedelive- '. BKOOSMTN $ wIde,- >oari| measure : 1000 feet. .;
NAVY YARD, :n :T. per quantities. .. ";s
sts&re made .62.uuu, S i..Ad'i': ,;S1500. feet ash plank, 3U inches thick,20 inches 10,000 \ H-inch cle .white pine 12.to..U .i .t.
Ejery offer must be accompanied by a written4t2nty NAVY YARD, CHARLESTOWN, MASS.; ; : wide", board measure per 1000 feet. Inches i wide,- ,12 to 16 .feeing,'"equal i'"

,(the responsibility of the guarantor or Cz.ssNo.1*. S : L tie:,Oak tfjuber., ((6Jjtf:cw fc foot.) 2000 feet ash plank,;3 inches thiCk' 21 inches S quantitIes. '-5, .. r* M,> tcSjS} :'f't' ,I::_ .
PUtotore to be certified to by a navy agent or wide board measure 1000 feet feet 1-inch clear : J.
e.akk eJ MH .;fl dtbe. 1St per 11,000 pint, 12tto 14 in 't
r official person,or by some one known tothe White Oak Timber, 4"c. : d [ tBla8 fo1lo :' 1500 feet ash-plank, 3 inches thick, 18' inches. cswide,12tol6feetlongeouulq. :.l

f Ertau,1) that,if the offer be accepted, the bid- 40 000 cubic feet White Oak plank stocks to 24 pi2DV' lq 174OIZb1oret. wide board measure, per 1000 feet. tities. ,, .4' I T bdJ. I.S f t.;.

*. or bidders will,within five days after the re- average, forty-three feet in length, none to be S '2 fc s*- 'do' :- .- itedo, I !1500 feet ash plank; .jnches thick, 20'inches 4,000 feet 34.inch clear white-pine,>-13 11X Z t :) .

ptof the contract at the post office designated fess than thirty-five long,.and none"less,than 2 do 25 do 124 do. ; !wideboard measure; 1000 feet. inches wide, 12 to IB;'feet.loBg, equal .
t. 1.
5ttk the same with good and sufficient sure- at the top'end, clear of lV 2000 feet ash plank 2J.inches,thick W inches quantities is \ .
twelve inches square 2 do 22do. "do. } -% tss t >$) t + &CO.i f t" ;.
1Wrurnish the articles proposed, agreeably to wane. The stocks to be Uned straight the siding 2- lid 14 .db: rir do.! wide, boardjneasnreertooo feet. 3.000: feet,.inch clear white pintr J2 .to 14 } )'.,4

| terms specified in this advertisement, and way, and may be'straight or haea_ long' Tobe'sided! Bd inefie :anififtoSiHed:18 in b S. 4000 feet ash plank, 2% inches thick;20 inches inches,,wide, '12to.lSt'leef'ld1s;; equal :. :'i h

W"climay* W embodied in the contract. The fair curie the other way ; both 'sides may be Each of thfese'pieces iB'ifflfe'Adeb i 'id form 'two wide, board measure' per.l0uO feet. quantities.'i S ,to ,.1'1 ,

tio0 tflOth August 1846, forbids the considera- I line4 tapering in conformity with the jrrowthv pieces be worked to "'18'inches! siding; and 2000 feet ash plank, 2% inches thick., 16 inches 10,000 feet24nch merchantable iwhitfep-ide,*!- ,:1

all proposals not accompanied by such of the tree. The wane must not exceed 'one- si*,inch moulded, nett dimension ;, an allow. I wide, board measure, per. 1000'feet : feet and.upwards inJength*;*.7 ': .

i. ,ltl. fourth of the width of the face of the'itocksas', ance is made of 6 inches the moulding way 1 that 1000 feet ash pjank' 2%.inches thick,21 inches -10oto, feet 2-inch meechantoble_ white pine, 14 .a 1

ltt8're particularly cautioned to endorse cubic foo j ;the heart'of the piece may be taken out.if deemed wide board measure, per,1000 feet, feet and.upwards |n length. tr_ :: '
> ei7hffer:fas above required, that they may ToM feet White Oak butt Pieces, in proper-and the :contractor will hew them 1500 feet ash plank,.2% inches thick, 17 inches '10,000 feet2-uich'rnefckantable'irlil pine,'14 ',f 3-: :

; 4eto ai&ed from other business letters, in lengths from 25 to 40 feet lon1, aid from 14 to wifhefetence:to this arrangement .wide,.board measure,per 1000 tee !-. ,.feet and j pwards.inlengtiLfcj5t$4s ell .:t"i1
I prevent their being opened before ther"t""l'tune. equal proportions of the diff- 2000'teet ash plank, 2% inches thick, inches 10,000 feet-good box-boarda %c{.feet long,'K r :{
keelson for
24 Live Oak pieces of
a sloop-of-war '
:, lenglhsand sizes-per cubic foot wide board measure per r"pQ.feet.. ..12 feet'lo'cg' ,'1 2,'IS,and 20 iacfca".i :; f4J
disAnoersnQt made in strict conformity with ercnt 40 White Oak knees for cheeks, (say'420 siding 18 the let class 29 feet, ( long set*,) as follows feet. p2000 I feet ash' plank/2 inches thick; 13 inches eq quantitifcfc.. UjsUL C551 19 "-. p '1 I

J ent, in every particular, will be inches inch,) the bodies and arms to pieces do ,-J,071.cubic r-wide, board measure: per:1000 feet. ""- -* 2,000 merchantable Albany plank per Uhkilr i: ;
per 6 do 33' 408.do.. *
* IlZ wtotbrmaL Those whose offers are neLl siding from 2000 feet ash 'do do
be from egbt to ten feet long; 3 do 21 do130 do. -- inches S 1'SOO boardzper.b e2- to t "Jm
t eePteI will te duly notified and contracts I and to form an angle wide, board measure :-1000 feet. '
. per 'ILigi1Viith
"ardrAl nine to twelve inches; ) 3 d01' 20 'do.. 124-' JC'do! : .I..rc.iss1i A y Y"/A; ,j
: without > 2000 feet ash
delay to 120 degrees. The bodies to plank,,2. inches thick\13; inches
'. *jj**Offeriigare directed to designate the ,I from 110 sided to the di3.eter.oCthe arms, inc1 1-' To be sided I6',inches: and moulded 18 wideboardjzicasre.pe.: : i 000 feet A v> (;to4.) :- 4-i

' t otlice through which they desire to be ad- rough the bark. The moulding sue of the:dies inches 'Each of the pieces is intended to form 1500'feet ash plank,.2' inches'thick; da inches 12 tons,of 2 ,(___, LipmmY t 'UJla.. !fl !

;: tr' dsnd the navy agent to whom the con- ding the middle of their lengths to brTrom, ,two pieces to work;14)inches. isidjng,: and'6 wide,"board sure per 1000 feet ,' 4 do 'dojiCK hrtdq 1710 16 do '.! 'j't

.,. ah&11 be sent for execution. in (0 twenty, inches, 'i lPersidinginch-) inches moulding nett dimensions}fan 5 allowanceis UOO f ct' h;pl.iik,'inches tMekV22.incheswide 3 do do jtfbV fet 13 0 14 do rn '0 ..

FORM OF OFF2R.fi fifteen --- made of. inches.in. the moulding wayf board measures per lOOCffeet 4rdo.; a 4t4Q'id&&I: I.11 t&12td3t4 ifajr:

I.. WASHINGTON 1849. Pet 200 ID White. Oak boat. 'knees, $(S.-say i 800'. siding. that the he\trt of the.piece may be taken ou if 2000 feet ash plank.l .inchqa thick, 18 Inches 4 do dof de4 do l'to1 ,c rf t {

: -, h't't ess ihanfoutittches iHari;' deemed proper;and-tk f<. iorrill hew, wide board measure'pet 1000 feefc f,3> 4J560 5 dd dcJP d' dl '1'&o.8f d f? tt :
, f : Iltrcby agree tofurnish and deliver at Inc ) bark and the arm* and!bodie jthem'with referenee'to: this'arrangement!. J feet'uh plai1wc14cbc,5$5 ii*? inch- ..4 do do 3aIdt7tA7.i do

xi 1 *'"lyard at ;in conformity with ter clear of the tirty4woinph, long _OA*. fAll'the aforesaid'Live' ,0&ti'keelson'timber"ahall 't. -1'-es1 wide; board measure, per 10qO feet. 4 do d.\ ..do 8J
J wrements of the advertisement from to,be not Jess whole number tob squaw keei hare;'grown! B5o4'-tiiore*thab twenty fiTe4''miles 2000 feet ash plank'lincfres thick, 16 inches U do a 'gg-.s) o 1 J : ::1t 1 ; t
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. L 11rta" of Construction'Equipment, and. third the d lna'. (from the eea-and'shall,be free from all T ,.;.wide,.board.intnsure'perUOOO feel -t' To be ofthebe4i1lty'dt S-Db1jOIL5r n.; 1

F F 5ji oftbe 13th June, 1849, the several tarr, ', .per ihSb1'to.beljtJ1v97bt inch, Jiet.an Wh i wY.Oi k"tiiDb i"JtnM etect.whlch.; impair the'good quality forhe.putpwfor 1500 feet ash.plank;l iuches. thick 12 inches numtltfe/to be strafj glanmd ciJ ftwt'i
'I --enumer&tM' n'c1a-j) or, AU froal-aUI whlth'it-irmiuired tbbt! : board !\l .. .
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; :. .r 4Hickory-.t' : }uauetero': -- 4p1eehe411flthItbI; k29 inches -rI' 'IriPdioiei: i a I "' ''"'
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.. ; t ) : : V : Bar* (bj.tLe bar.) diameter, and. ../4 *&* & 4 .pieces,*: chpIeV'4bes thick, 25 Inches; ':'-.::-':-..l.. .<.1., ...V'.,.".' 1':: ,place 6i'drtVhe steps been talc;;. to
... i 1.'j I' 4 .:p & mg Htekory bart, U feet long,to aquar 500, or one-third to be from 24 to 2$4hchetln widte-fceftet: .longaD4 t et. f$$ t''t: q'f ,an a tfequ Uc '(0' "
: .1.1 .t ,v 9 1i.2teet..bovibutt. diameter.: *K.4 % "W 2 pieces.Meh peaca>4 inches thick, 23,Inches; prot ctn of its 1ronifi f

k r;::1 ;} "l': ,1 fcvg&Hiekwy bus, 3J t.eelong, to square All t 9 be rroa 12 ,to 20 feet in 1enth.cz tfile8 tet 1oiig{I 561Cet. *:* : '1- '...'!t ,."'-, .. \v.Jrf! eV?r ii. is ascel.tiea.:ih ..Jt
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: : l 3 Inchttf 1 tO bOn butt No,'3. 4 pieces, each piece 5 inches thick, 12 inches ; f.rt. : i orce3srequir
te/'t.: ; : II rough Htelwry ban;9 fee*long, to square board thou- V .wide,9 feet long, 180 fert. ." V ;; *"/ v.:::. J$ ** "I have the honor '
: := 3 inches 1 foot above butt.ftttf .Misctllantous, ( measure, per 4 pieces, each piece 4 inches'. thick, 12 inches <0. n H' ',: to be,. .

r.',...?:4.. '. I.:(. 101 h Hickory.. 'bar*, 6 feet long,to square sand feet.) wide, 0 feet long, 134 feet. *' i ;:JACKSONVILLE,..AUGUST:4, .1849.; Respectfully VOD root,S tt <"'
(' .. JO" ,.J'.s.. e-.ch piece 4 inches thick 12 GEO. \v. 1
.'1.. ,\ t\; : 500 ft. I inch Yellow Poplar panel boards. I 2 pieces, inthu'l CRA\VFOa
,; .:If. 'tJ ; ; I: AH te be split straight from the beat quality 500> sup." 2 do Black Walnut do do wide, 8 feet long. 64 feet. I : MUEDEa 7.JN MARION .cduwTr.--TWe Hon. nr.. Y ULEE, .!.
) ( J :, I d., .f.fc t. heart hickory free from knots tmd allCypress u 2 piece*,'ch'pil'Ce3i! inches thick, 12 Inches I > 4V .' '' V V V St.
ij t: ;. 500 1) do do do do Augustine.
't4iI u! ). y.', ; .14t.fects.i'4r 500 1 do do do do wide, fret" _long, 54 feet. .. ,,,i !learn.that_a,.moat;horrible, murder: wasmthittedb \

K ,'.:' t f; (board measure.) 500 i do do do do. and To all be other straight defects,Inodhesr(by,the too of.)knots, ,V splits, I: 'c < Four. menonMr., THORN. The -' ,.. -.,

i'- '' : k ;. ",00* feet of Cypress boards Ji: inch thick. The whole to be inspected find measured agreeably board measure.) MOBLEY on:the 27th'ulti in-thcl Pilatli-. ..Outrage at Pcaic C ti j
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i. do do 14 do to the printed rules issued:: bv the Bu- Bay Mahogany, ( i
We have
:;" : .4: .. : : 1,0011 reau, a copy which will be furnished bidders 1,000 feet of plank, 4 inches thick, to bo 12 in* li 1 kaha'district. :rwo.oI the murderers eo furnished by lr.t Ki .

!:v 6"' ;: !. ; : BI< feet.
: 'of:.. ..:. 't ton. 1,000 feet of boards, 1 inch thick V I
the/ollowmg authentic
l&4.c:) : f.,,t [ tf.;: Alt feet 4 x 4-inch black walnut joist good NAVY YARD, GOSPORT, VA. 1O00do do'. do : jail at Ocala. Revenge is assigned to V account; "otfc

t.\: ,..;; c.: :!... aa.l dry. CLASS No. 1. IjOOOdo do J do have been the cause of the foul deed. circumstances attending the dejtrte
.r, .,. ',. 'J )J t tOt fcrt 4.inch black vraluut plank, good andrc To be 16, 18, and 20 inches wjde, equa, tion of his trading
White Oak Timber cubic post at Peaae :
i "' ,;, dry, i'-i to 1C etlong, 12 to 18 inches per foot. proportions of each, by the foot. fjry.
.. jify '. ', .. lZ vem Jit of Tro I It will be perceived that it .':
i< wiele.j. 30,000 cubic feet White Oak plank stocks, CLASS No: 6. V ps.V .... differs. ;
f4"I' .: 4. l 440 feet 31-inch black walnut plank, good and 1,000 do da promiscuous timber.To 200 Hickory handspikes, each 6 feet in length V I The Savannah Georgian; of Tuesdaylast the first rumored intelligence '')
: dry, 12 to 16 feet long, 12 to 18 inchesvide. be rough squared, from 30 to 50> feet in \vhich.. -
i{ :;::. il :! 4 inches square at the butt .end,and,not l suys :-"We learn that orders were last week' :'
I.* "'" .' e.e'; length, to average 40 feet in length, and not to less than 2i inches at the small end. To. published :

j' \!-; 't '' ':f.' IW fHt 3-inch black walnut plank, good and be less than 14 inches square at email end. be offered for by the piece. V received from Washington by Major Mr. Kennedy's 'trading bouse at 'Cl Ut:;...
'" } : r 12 to 16 feet long, 12 to 18 inches harbor
: dry been
White Oak thick and having
\tf trestle destroyed
stuff for LOUD fit
;':...': .. caps CLACS No.7. the commander, of the post at JSavannah &JUt'PIe "
.. i'Jl1.'t'f'd.: : September, be hud selected
'>'4.r.: : %-inch black walnut plank, good tree Lignumvite, by the ton:of 2,240 pounds.) ,-yesterday.morning, to have the Creek distant from Tampa about a site 50 mU on, p::

: .,: *:*. .'" l: tad dry, 12 to 16 feet long, 12 to 18 inch- 10 pieces, each piece 21 feet in length, 16 inches 3 tons Lignumvitffi an equal proportion of,the command in readiness to .move'at a 25 mites beyond the white 8ettlcments
..'t.. .. ,. is wide. wide 10 inches thick or 232 cubic feet. mo- one family of James ,
; :: following diameters, vii., 3,4, :>,6J 7, g i iI lYhittqn'a who
(. r ;' fl' 400 feet 2-inch black walnut plank, good and 10 oach 19 feet ia 14 inches mentV Florida We settled 8 wIles .hadlatI. 1
p> : pieces, piece length, I 9, and 10 inches. To be free of shakes, warning to understand HOwe thia side. #
t' (-:""\>j'Si:' ... : ,j I"/!..: dry, 12 to 16 feet long, 12 to 18 inches wide, 9 inches thick, or 162 cubic feet. rents, cracks, and all other defects. likewise that jam n The fist intimation was brought in
; thing
S'it,1A1 ,; b" .. "::" vide. 15 pieces, each: piece 17 feet in length, 14 inches V every stating th\t on Thursday 01i Friday -
;;. ,... '!,' ,s .. 110 feet 1inch black walnut plank, good wide, 8 inches thick, or 200 cubic feet. NAVY YARD, PENSACOLA. readiness for a prompt movement. This July at about 10 clock in monmcl8tk
I: :. '," ( # t ;: tad dry, 12 to 16 feet long, 12 to 18 Inchss 15 each 11 feet in 13 inches CLASS No. l. i the tUmor&ing4j diu
.. ...., ...(', "' ,... pieces, piece length order was given the first des- encampsncutof WhhtOiSS
,,'\.i&\ ..': "fr 1;, !. 'vide.ID wide, 7 inches thick, or 120 cubic feet. White Oak Timber, (by the cubic foot.) : upon fired into" his camp wounding his 'aoa hiW.\
,..j .,: ,": ]1> : f$ feet 1 1-2-inch black walnut plank, good I patches received at when the which the
..... .o .. inchesvide. WAite Oak or Hickory small butts, for 2,500 cubic feet best quality white oak plank Washington- ,upon whole faai].eed j T
.t 12 18
-; f :r' And dry, 12 to 4 6 feet long, to
wards Alafia
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: : .":f\CI..!... .' ". .; ,. ,,.{ I stocks, to average forty. ve teet long. and none the second d spntches are received, the : leaving behind jT
i"I' \ f, a ... Cooper. less than thirty five feet long to from : In the evening they arrived at a neighbljniailj
'If ; square
I. :: :: ., .119 teet 1 (inch black walnut plank, goodt':4. the thh.teenI I orders will be promptly a march." the nearest 20 miles distant and
..i y dI:? sad dry 12 to 16 feet long, 12 to 18 inch- 4 pieces, 30 feet in length, by piece. thirteen to fifteen inches, and average from tEne,.jj
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.. .' ; 4 do 14 do do The i in a report ofthe circumstances toth
"i) ?; :1 at top .Washington Republican of the conniiatt.
:JI 'r' ':t 4 do 10 do do CLASS No. 2.Yellow f ': J.J(" .' ; ; black walnut boards, good and 26th ,ult. "that the War Department of with officer itaitr
4do 6 do do says men nn to enquire into the
'I''I'.a to 14 feet 14 to 24 inches the cubic foot. cim .
?'51t:: ; : long, Pine Timber {by
.' : ,r f To be not less than 6 inches at'the small end, has made preparations tOdespatch stances. Fears were at once entertained Uut
:; :\) :' equal quantities. and and clear of knots 'and straight grained. 2,000 cubic feet. fine-grained long-leaf i1ow the Indians had attacked the store.: lh itor
;:/ :;: -inch black good pine plank stocks, best quality.length not less sufficient force to the country to repel at this time was in charge of :
,1 /H ', f dry 10 to 14 feet long 14 to 24 inches 5,000 white oak barrel staves, usual sizes, by Capt Qw. &
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; :;,:...;.(" .,'..",..:.., t'. .'. vide, equal quantities. the thousand. than thirty-five feet, averaging foriy. ve feet; the Indians, if they contemplate Payne, a most excellent min who hAil beta employed -
X' t't f I"! to from twelve to fourteen inches and in this
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square He
: :. _I ;' ,' liD feet }*inch black walnut boards, good and CLASS No. 2. other'hostilities had u
;t. +.1' average thirteen at top end. : or to bring the murderers assistant with him Dempsey Whitton.
; It) .. ; ; Le: : dry, 12 to 19 inches wide. ,a-lOtior
i. White Pine board measure by the thou- the old man who lived there.
S t CM feet black walnut veneers, 3 feet long. CLASS No. 3. V justice, if this is merely the near Mr.lL'tliofoi

r... '.('iW'"'.. .. 6.--t: No. sandjeet. Lumber (board 'measure ) per thousand violence of few hired a Mr. William McCullough and I lu's,j ifj-
.t" CLASS 11. ,
n the
.r ... 'ie' I 5,000 feet of plank stocks, to be from 35 to .60 raggers.Te latter to cook, wash, &C., these four iitiV
,,:!t t l, r ,, t::' Mthogany (board measure,) per tnehundred feet in lengthto average 45 feet in length, feet. '! learn from the "Sentinel" of the little infant of McC.constituted the force at'tit

'.1..1. .; f not to be less than 14 inches square at 20,000 feet best quality white pine boards, 1 Indian store. -
.a.t' ; ''...... :;.: : :? feet. ,I small end. inch thick. 31st ult., that in addition to the two On Saturday; morning the officer 'Who'i q&

!;'''.:;-;' : ; to. '... 190 feet 3 -i eh mahogany, 10 to 14 feet long, 4,000 feet plank, 4 inches thick. 10,000 feet best quality white pine plank, 11 companies of mounted volunteers already out the preceding Jay,to enquire into WMubai

: ...)'.'.'t./,. ..-: t; 12 to 16 inches wide,equal quantities. ;OOO do 3 do inch thick. report, reported that just us he nrrmJ ii Uie
'o( :. ..P :_:i 100 feet 4-inch mahogany, 10 to 14 feet long, Susquehanna pine; no plank to be under 10,000 feet best quality white pine plank li called out, the Governor has issueda house where Mr. Whitton was, McL'uIlongh lid

...:1;J, 1,' .1 t, 12 to 1 6 inches wide, equal quanti tie!. 12 inches wide. inch thick. requisition for a third, to proceed to his wife staggered up kireheaded and burtfixi.

: (..; ',.:,.1 :' ;; 100 feet 3-inch mahogany, 10 to 14 feet long, 30,000 feet plank, 2 inches thick, 10,000 feet best quality white pine plank, 2 inches ed, the former with two wuunds aad the Utter..
:.. .. ,, :44 r 12 to 16 inches wide, equal quantities. 30,000 do 11 do thick. V Tampa in charge of 300 stand of arms with! one, and reported as follows: V

:; ,"(. .... t. ,. ISO feet 2J-inch mahogany, 10 to 14 feet long, 35,000 feet boards, 1 inch thick, 10,000 feet best quality white pine plank,2 inches for the use of that post. One On Tuesday, the 17th July, four "Indliai
.i\0 :. 'J b; 10 to 24 inches wide, equal quantities.CO To be of the usual breadth Susque- thick. company came to the Indian store, about the middle
\ I ]'t-J: ::, t.:. .I' : feet 2-inch mahogany, 10 to 14 f; long, hanna pine No. 1, or first quality., 10,000 feet juniper, 1 inch,best quality; length has already been raised in Leon county the aftel"loonnpp rently very friendly,loitered

;.\:rA": :;.; 10 to 24 inches wide, equal quantities. 20,000' feet boards, % inch thick: to be of the to be from 12 to 16 feet, width from 10 and will be despatched under the around, looked at goods, &c., until neirnigtt!

"; -o.t: --. !'r -too feet 1inch mahogany, 10 to 14 feet long, usual breadth, Susquehanna pine No. I, to 14 inch $. when they told Captain Payne they bad tosa
: .,..:, .}. ; .'r-..: 10 to 24 inches wide, equal quantities. or first quality. CLASS No.4. command of CapU William Fisher jr packs down on the othlr side ef has .(frett

'yj!:# ..' 9, .. L !: K09 feet 11-inch mahogany, S to 12 feet long 15,000 feet plank, 2 inches thick, I to Indian River. The 'to be awl for Mill to go down an:J help tLea! OTeFj{to
.'S-t', S 'f :.r: *,-& rd 12 to 15 inches wide, one-third 15,000 do 1 do Hard Wood Plank and Boards, '(board company this he devttned..J:spying it wu too late and &hI

".. -j .te( ;=:..,.'I t : 18 inches wide, one-third 24 Inches wide, Usual breadth, Susquehanna pine No. V measure.) V raised in Duval county will muster in morning would he tiiueuo; gh. They ti eawuutul

,: .t', : I.I; equal quantities.; 2 second Jacksonville to s!.ep in tlie! a--u-e. to tW:11si )
\0, or quality. 1500 sup. feet cherry boards, 1 inch thick, 12 on Tuesday next. : ,
.4. 819 felt 1-inch mahogany 8 to 12 feet long .
: (
: ; ; CLASS No. 3. feet long 12 to 18 inches wide. as being cwtrury to order? nn-I uo owe y'u
.J!'. ; id' 12 to 15 inches wile, one- ; f it Between
1. one-quarter thought <; gun-ioTrn: aaa dire r
walnut 1 inch thick 12 feet
I t.i: ,..I;I :.' .. ;''(I,;. qvarter 18 inches wide, one-quarter in- Southern Yellow Pine, by the cubic foot. 1000 sup.long feet, 12 black to,18 inches, wide. (IJ- The following letter, in .relation they s'f't t.f.Jwn to auppcr. coiFffc ij.d jut! been

..L t : ... t: <1 4OM wide, one-quarter 24 inches wide, e- STEAMERS. i inch V poured out wlitii ihecr.iciiy! the r.e WII ber'i!
500 feet St. Domingo mahogany,
sup. ,, to'the 'Indian
..: ?. disturbances has been I fell
&: f r& qnal quantities. Payne backward, and Wiutioa fop.tr011
r b.i 4.f' .. :, :J:' 1.1 feet %-inch mahogany, 10 to 14 feet long 45 beams and mould, 45 feet 15 in inches length, to side cubic 131 feet.inches. and wide..10 to 12 feet long, .15 to 20 inches addressed by Mr. Senator YULEE to the the table dead, e.ich with a ball througt'&ahejvd
f.'l,..\ 'tI, 15 to 20 inches wide, equal quantities.3tO 40 beams 45 feet in length to side 12 inches 500 sup. feet st. Domingo mahogany, 3 inch, of War and McCullough with one 'hf ugh 1ia
Secretary :
n t ,t.' : I. feet i-Inch mahogany, 10 to 14 feet long, shoulder. JJcC. immediately jumped for a nit
i" and 10 to 12 feet 15 to 20 inches
and mould inches long I V
.;:;, : ." 1 t :I;. IS to 20 Inches vide, equal quantities. 14 2,100 eubic feet. wide. ST. AUGUSTINE, JULY: 30th, 1S49. that was near the door, the Indians seeing t&ii

'i.",,':.; :. :;: .:.;: sea feetl: and 2-inch mahogany, 10 to 14 FRIGATES. .CLA8s'No. 5.Wht"te Si&:-Since I wrote you we have further intelligence fled behind the kitcb >n. .;.;.
d.) I> ';; f ted 19Dg, 1 5 to 20 inches wide, equal quan 10 beams, 46 feet in length, to side 15 inches, V Mr..McCu iloagh seeingothPayneaxdh -
,:;..:':.::..; "s. .;. t:. titles. and mould 14 inches, 670 cubic feet. .fff& Oar Rafters and dsh LogsI of Indian outrage A number of families ton dead immediately flc
tl !'.' ,'. .' ; J'. t. leG feet assorted mahogany, crotch veneers, 3 10 beams?, 45 feet in length, to side 15 inches, 25 oar rafters, first quality, 18 feet long, from distant quarters have sought shelter the Indians 'fired and shot him through )At

r"t.t ... "\ S.' '. :; feet long. and mou\d 14 inches 660 cubic feet. 4 inches square in the looms, 450 feet in all, here, :and the settlements in all the exposed L thigh and his wife through the knee. After

t ";/; ;'b' !',.. :... l .290 tabic feet African mahogany, in the log, 4 beams, 42 feet in length, to side 15 inches, by the foot. counties!are bciug broken up.'the imlicatious crossing the bridge distant from the store a\ii\ .ut

AI;, ..;. '" .. :.,.. f"fj, : not less than 10 feet long, 26 to 30 inches and mould 14 inches, 245 cubic feet. 25 oar rafters, first quality 16 feet long, 4 inches impress me with the 300 yards, they hid.th msel'esit some pal tr-
.fJ,,,J"' "., .. .."... :"' square, 10 beams, 47 feet in length, to side 17 inches, square in the looms,400 feet in all, by apprehension that the hostile to bushes fearing pursuit. Directly nnef.o

f:'jl.... .' ; .' .,' :il''J' CLASS No. 12. and mould 15 inches, 825: cubic feet. the foot. V V feeling is general among! the Indiana, or will doing the Indians p.issed them in the daak of

.1 ..a "V-, ) ,r.. 10 beams, 46 feet in length, to side 17 inches, 25 oar rafters,, first quality, 14 feet long, 4 inches speedily become so-especially,if not summarily the evening; not being able to find them,however .
'> .;', ;;!'I: ;: -Maple, (board measure,) per 100 feet. and mould 15 inches, 815 cubic feet. ..-. square in the looms, 350 feet in all, by and eB'eetivel"trested. The occasion' calls they soon returned again to the store/tf-
',;f 1 ,, ,: : 109 feet Maple Joist, 4 x4,3x 4, and 3 x 3 5 beams'45 feet in length, to side 17 inches, thefoot. V V for and ter which,McC. und his wife left the road, s4
.. 'Ti'' .,: :"I* K? inches, equal quantities. and mould 15 inches, 371 cubic feet. 25 oar rafters, first quality. 12 feet long, 4"inches V prompt vigorous action. after wandering three nights and days,armed

rr>::::v.v<* .. f[.f .W feet Maple Veneers, 3 feet long, assorted. 10 beams, 44 feet in,length, to side 15 inches, square in the looms, 300 feet in 'all, by Not'a foot ground should be yielded. :The among their alarmed friends on the Ala 1- 5o

3i> ;>. ;.;* Cedar board M. and mould 11 inches. 550 cubic feet. the foot. V population should be covered and maintained in soon as this* report wns made to Majvr Mores: ,
: -:;* measure, per 10 beams, 42 feet in length, to side 15 inches, 6 oar rafters, first quality, 28 feet long, to' be its present locality. The commanding officer, he immediately .des
'K: ';" l .":: "', 1110 feet Cedar Boards, % inch thick. and mould 11 inches, 520 cubic feet. :5} inches square in the looms the bladesto many crops now on pntchedparty 0120 men for the scene; of,>!urdcr .

: ;:.{ henry' (board measure.) beams,40 feet in length, to side 15 inches. be 'one-third the length'ot the ratters, thegrouni should be harvested, under the pro- ; on the morning of the 22d, a" partof!15
Wrfrf p: : ; '. and mould 11 inches, 500 cubic feet. e and 7 inches wide and 2 inches thick at the tection-of an adequate military force. The mounted citizens also left for the $ m plce..
; :\?: 110 f.etcherryt'lauk,21.inch, 12 to 18 inch- The above beams to be fine blade end 168 feet in all the foot. pro-I Mr jolt
: If ::r:; grain Yellow Pine, by vision crop, which is very abundant oCe Kennedyrs loss is heavy he hating
t, t.t: t t i....:'j' M vide,10 to 14 feet long equal quantities.: to spring 6 inches in 45 feet. 10 ash logs, 12.to. 14 inches in diameter, and 12 tial value be gotten 'a six mouths supply to meet the vaotiof
Mnch to
f'r: ; ,: leo feet Cherry Flank, 12 to 18 inches Yellow cubic'foot 130 cubic preserved general hostilitiesensue. the Indians tlibuildiiigs
ln .1 : : 20,000 feet Pine plank stock, to be fine feet long, (per ,) feet. during the rainy swison,jurJ
,,:::' \t ;" ft wide 10 to 14 feet long, equal quantities grain. CLASS No.:6. To accomplish these purposes effectively just completed havingcost hinietea
.:J4; .",:.4 : 4 r. :: too feet Cherry Plank. H-inch,12 to 18 inches CLASS No. 4. will require one Rcgt.' of Infantry and one hundred dollars.
:' j ': : te wiSe,'10 to U fct long, equal quantities. White Oak Knees, Oer sided inch. V
; :
Southern Yellow of mounted men. The State
to 24 inches Pine (by cubic foof) can probably furnish
: S-t see feet Doori.1.mcht8
:: e.: Cherry
: 25 knees, sided 7 inches, arm 4 to 5 feet, body 5> '
'tk (1-, I: : wide, 12 to 16 feet long, equal quantities. ;- :: to 7 feet in length, 175 inches. this force upon your demand. I have advised Still Later from. TaUJ'p. :.
.,.i a' "."' ':; i.i .' ISO feet Cherry Boards, Jinch, 18 to 24 inch- : .o:> .=, .=i .. .c'" 25: knees, sided 6 inches, arm 4 to 5 feet, body 5 i I,. the Governor to call out such j t'force at .By. a letter from Ocala.dated'' -1 .
;;.;/ ; :... sde,12to1Ofeetlong equal quantities. & I. 4 :) Q ()
c ,
I .;: t.. ., ; ._;: ,a> ; := to 7 feet'in length 150 inches. once.
i.; :.. : )": '., J'; :;,': 199- feet Cherry BoNSsmc' j h, 12 to 1 8.inches Half 1&rd s. :a.... ... QI GO .C-) :::. -C) 5c *X* .+_*. 3 Sto : 25 knees, sided :5 inches,, nrm 4 to 5 feet, body 5 I After providing V for the urday. last, we learn. that'an :*xprt. .
; .g of the
l .' ;". wide, 12 feet long, eq quantities. = co c GO *- 5 population
.. to 7 feet in 125 inches. had
:l:" ... '.. i ;d. 199 feet Cherry Boards,i-inch, 12 to 18 inches : 1 60a:' .... -V .Q Q .2 : .a- None to length, than 3 from and the harvesting of the crops, the fall just arrived at that plaeeJrtJD!

.1 4:;' t" .'.::, :,.,:; Wide, 12 feet long, equal quantities. I G:> .O N... *.nSNSNS, .- 0 ,N_ angle.vary more June 30iawtl5Aug.ETEINJVDItIAI degrees aright I and winter should be employed'in removing Tampa' bringing information of the._detachment .
___ ,:I" )I, "' .',' f j + JfO feet Cherry Joist, 4 x 4-inch. 12 feet long. O2 l 7J 7J. ..... n ... .. --- er :
__ t : !r;
-- t;: :;.i$.:,\'-: ..; ;' ,iL: MOO feet ) and ,%-inch White wood Boards, 14 12 pieces, each othing cetild be more unprovoked and atro committed the outrage at .pra.e
Court of St. Johns
}:;"; jl'',. : \ .:..' 1, 'iv, to 20 inches wide, (board measure.: ) piece. 62 22 22 19 I 16 10 County cious than,these recent -and
:J outrages now we C reek. He the coinmand'
cubic ft., that
or reported
the 14th of June
; :.. .: : Thursday day cull the
,....:.;:. f r!, NAVY YARD, PHILADELPHIA. 12 pieces each upon Government for full protection to aboil40Citizens
consisted '01'25 and
.' : A. D. 1849. Regulars
\ CI.ABS No. piece. 55 20 20 I our people and in the first :
-1.tri.: '( : .. : I. I. 17 14 9 property place, and I {

: ;rii\: .:,;:t i White Oak, (by the cubic foot ) White dsh (board measure) per thousand George R.in Fairbanks Chancery,,Master then tor the'execution of the TREATY OF PAYNE'S the""latter under command. ...of
L Col. Jesse Carter. at
.NDlia. On
.':' : t.: l 't; 49,000 cubic feet White Oak plank stock. feet. useofBurroughs E.Carretal, :) jgjg 'or ; arriving

.. ::! (L' :' ;.. !'i: .1U1 ructioni furn bed at the yard. 12.000 feet of plank, 2 inches thick. r V8 OD. I write you freely and briefly. I beg you to nedy's'ira'di g establishment h?1

t Henry W. Groves, et al: V receive my communication in the 'The
FW1MvrfeT\ CLASS No. 2. 5.000do do 11 do. spirit'inten- found it burned to the ground.

[l, :; ?.. White. Pine (by the thousand J'reel.) 4000; do boards, 1 do UPON reading Fairbanks and, Solicitor filing the,of affidavit said Complainants of Geo. ded, and to be assured. hat I will cooperate in bOnes of the two murdered men .who.
.4 t. To be 12 inches and
n" f', upwards in breadth the matter with
1:4.: 3-inch White it appearing that the said Defendants, your Department in a spirit of aadburled.
lir."j': ': \ 40,000 feet (board measure) Pine and usual lengths. were also burned were collected
,, -' .- 40 feet 1.1 to 16 inches Henry W. G19.v 8.and Mart ha P. Bartlett reside -* frankness! and confidence. ,
t&i :,: : ; f. : pUnk, long, 2.000 feet plank.. 2 inches thick. to
; t... : '" '': vide, square edged, free from defects I 2000; do do 1! do in the State of:>North Carolina, and that I have. the.honor to be your obt. servt The command followed oa

'.. :"} :,: :tt 't that vould injure them as stage plank. I It :board 1 Lewis Henry Boutell, Charles Boutell, and Mary : the river here 'found' the ,bridge
2,000do !, do. .
D. L. ; they
t i!: ; ... I ;; 19QOO feet (boardmeasure) 2-inch White Pine ; Caroline Boutell, reside in the State of Mas. XULEE.:
: 'From 8 to 10 inches wide 12 to.18 feet Hon. GtOKcnc
p plengths. W..
sachusetts. CKAWTORD their approachto
')J \, \ i I ; panel plank, 16 feet long. V destroyed. Previous to
i 19,000 feet (board measure) 1J-inch'WhitcPine On motion of said Complainant's Solicitor, It Secretary of
: War the Indians were
\ .' .Black JJsh (board measure. is ordered that the said W. I V three painted
;., .... :, :. panel plank, 16 feet long. ) Henry Groves, Martha '-
a .!h.. t:: ; f; t. 1,000 feet (board measure) IVj-inch "White '1,000 feet of plank, 4 inches thick P. BartletL- Lewis Henry Boutell, Charles The, 'f llot4ingisibe .V seen, who immediately'crossed: over-
:' \1 :' ..4i"J Pine panel plank, 16 feet long. 1.000 do do 3 do Boutell, and Mary Caroline Boutell do appear; reply of the Secretary and.after of about 15 minutes :
!tAf'L j ';. 19,000 feet (board measure) 1-inch White Tine'panel 1JOOO; do do 21 do i and answer .the said Complainants said,Bill of of War to the Hon. D.. L., Yu- lapse
boards 16 feet do do 2 do Complaint. four Months, from the tpublication the co:ntrmnd greeted with the
.a, :: b;;:; long. 1,000 LEE:9.-.' i'
V : receiving: .the:first i
of this..Order.I .intelligence of
12 inches and' V
: upwards in breadth. -
R Ct. No. 3. All concur
"* War loud i
1 i I I 'further ordered that the Indian Whoops long
I due
t\1 ; 1,000 feet of boards, 1 inch thick Itjs publication river flair; : V '
:" ;:. ,..ff it.IlA. (by lineal,foot.) t000do do "% do V thereof be made weekly in some.-Newspaper :' WAJDEPARTMENT ,in 'saying there must have'been.;.100

.tJ i' :: tlO sw.sonedWbiteAshfor rafters, 14 feet, To be in breadths of 16, 18, and 20 inches printed in this VV VCrCUit ,for.theperiod of four V V ; r849. :> Indians, at J least. The officer eta's*
or 1400lineal feet. in proportions of ench. V month! Vnshington.July 26th, ]
-- :ii 19ft tttte&fti White Ash for Certified.to be a true.Copy.P. was instructed avoid battle f 'and'
__- c er 1600 lineal feet., rafters, 16 feet Cherry, (board metUure.) I : .-. B. 'DUMAS. 5m :-1 have' :had the honor'. 'to re. to a obl'gfd

.21.taches lC w at loom; 5j by tj inches at 1,000 feet of boards I.inch thick, 16, 18, and 20 : Clerk: C.:C. of St.Johns county. ce'ive yours of the '19th. in si., and re. i under.these instructions.he ;

T : .. ..: inches wide, proportions of each breadth! June 30/1848.. 4m quest,to know that theJnhabitants on to withdraw his troops andreiurntThe
I NAVY, YARD, WASHINGTON. to be clear of all defects. Administrator's 1otice. ,the Peninsula Florida have been.subject .citizens .of Benton, .iJ.lIboro',

Is- -, CLAM No. 1. Elm, (board measure.) SIX MONTHS after date I shall present my ; to' flight', and'a' 'citizen; actually! :. and'the southern'; of la'riUt3r
'part" !
- White Pine, (board measure thou 3,000 feet quartered'boards, % inch thick, 8: to .' accounts aad.:..; ouchers, to the Hon. the :killed.:. IT* .PfJfecCproqf-coHected f I "." *"' '* "*' 5J' > J.'
: 'per '10 inches wide.. 15 to 25 fEehn length. Judge Probate,forJhe County Alachuannd ii :und circumstances of : ; building stockades( protect 'he

_-k ? kC send feet,) 1,000' feet of plank, 3 inches thick, 24 inches hall,!.then pp1y:for.final. discharge..anTdwtmssion ,- ment" can.scarcely.lend, ::great :excite* Yes until troopcanbo sent 'to'their re-
i .. wide. as AdministratqrLfrpm' the to any: satisfactory ; .
L4gJ '. 7eaoanp. tt, 2 inch White Pine panel boards ;Estate of! : i iV *, '

I _I ; tt. 90 do li do do. do CyprUS (board measure.) V jTOfa-.Pt', Thomas,decease} and notice .1 IS. ;; T'- conclusion- "Whether the< act' 'was* 'lIef.V;l V .
clo.1 do hereby g'veuahl, ,whom, CmmUed1bythejemfl i 1 ; 4
ODO ;ma1.conceru .that olthe tribe
do do ,
CLASS No. 6,000 feet quartered boards, 1 inch thick i ,. S to I:shall then, pray.that.a distribution" said Ei :(le'Vthvi'fout hUflded'iniu' .-- .,- t.-'" .\Vriting.he.nbove >yekarn1t!
II' 3. V 10 inches wide,'15 to 25 feet in tate.b* msde the lbe ,};or 'de"
,length. amongst ;Heirs'of,Wih1tsm ;() \only-audden tHe: official .accouril.oC.. : the I Uheayt1ie iiib ,
_ outbreak
__ ;.by.the four I In.dians '** '*" -t* -
Jshpercu6icfw. Thomas : t -j
deceased entitled -
; "CLASS Na.. .5.. V ; .to the w me.f<.u Vt;, the ppf
,c >!M,1,6OOcnbi o fett of A h log. Tji: V, 5 St. Domingo Mahogany i V THOMA8, ft: : I VSvh&e4lIj i tii1t* from th&rt'ribappently ; 'patc ,
l f- "t's'i .
5 'm-l i *
'fl -h 'r-v- -
I; v $C9. 11. :, ....tM,. to bi from 1$ to80 ineiw in board capstans' : ; = V. :4dmnstratoronVrn. .Thomut1! 9:' I It and"'' unaccompanied by other> -ttf V Governinent i det n6f mention.1is i
I 1' ( measure, -. 0" D.IJ : Plt28J&4""t"! ** ** } ?<*>""ty EfttU>fr* ;W6 4ihavrngseen.or
; r t.. .-, ) '' f,'J-. '. -.* { ? :U'# 1i!.G I'lndiansj: ; fI these willbe, 'aubjectv-for 'im- heard any. j.t'f V
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WlllpelT.' rtj,;Just previous to the reception of:the'decisive PBOCLAMAtlON-BT. TflEOOYERZOR.- e..r'.t'.lI l. t :
0'r Jlor ? 1-
the We'havehad on.ilVfor several days the .letter i,news from Rome Gen, Bcdau\left Paris t&take.commandof ,- ""o' -. '" v- ""-' --1' "*** vtoiniu Ercpertyv '. ..
the Republican trgnn of Gen.Cass to the Editor of the 1t .
trhen :theWaahing-: armyf.jn IT "Gen.' Oudin Xtettioa I .#1
intimated that it wa5t.l.blilhed ton Unionbutterofaore1EPrflediate on account of the pressure of mat ',had been ordered.homerindtegnweV Arrangements rith'Le ,
TnoR, .
or Gen' 's : iuteiret, we have:been: wert also promptly made to increase the ". HI
progressive"TJlt1 orA.J dn.
to meet the unable,heretofore to.present it to Our readers array of Italy to 6O,000.men. Immediately on orerfJrMJi ::1.

the Whig party of the day, Upon perusal it wilLbe: found to:be reply to the reception of,the news of the.unirender of bi bfubittJ "t1tf tk.J'. '
of eJ"abet'onl' 1ttbiqwjof
the Rome to Gen. ; .. JIt t
various charges IWhigs.against -hi lnpDuousnes5 Oadinot telegraphic dispatchwas {
to understand ; Ne1rDaDS,1n b ,
deny given 1.} cop1ij, {l'Ut'b
world was not and sincerity on two prominent point gent to Marseilles:desiring Gen. Bedim 4

,be what wa.the nature of these of policy-Internal Improreaaenti and}tne:WH- wait there for fresh instructions before proceeding of,'Senator.A tween'cl c"k,the:p'v hours"Ci 1f of.1P.7tt) "' .a.J fr* "&J ., J; ; .,
This to Rome. .
met Proviso. letter proyes pretty;clearly .
wants. The deficiency, in what-'we hare always'supposed,-thai GenTCasaid According to the reports of the'' diplomatic VACAC1bavhig ccurred in the office gu3tnexthefbflowthgd; i '.t W'. to.
progressive been supplied. The unsound on the question of Internal Improve* circles of Paris, on Thursday the General is to ufStsteSenator: in the Sixteenth a. tujueand;beiag. in theCOnntfAea, ., ;! .t'I ."
torial District witThe Wat half of' othJt '
occasioned _'ot
respect, by'the resignation .
,De meats, but sound upon the.Wilmot Proviso... take the place of M; D. Harcourt, as Ambassador
SEWARD, Sen- of the Hen.Erasmus D. Tracy It is 'Ordered Sect1ontwent74woRang' ha1t fNorth'Wst i.
from Gov. and knery: :
letter Why any one should imagine .that a. Senator is also charged withja mission to Mir.abal : ,
loUowiug :of:Section
That election be held in quarter
t an aaid.District 'tvnt1roish.West
York and dis- who had.voted for all the Internal improve* Radetsky to negotlateafi military matters "' t
New '
torofthe State of the on 'Monday,the first'day of October'next, to qurterofSectlon 27.East half,:c*SoaUt-Saat : i :,
which Mr. Polk respecting of -
his occupation Italy.itappeo.h4 .
meut Bills
during mem '
immense gay.enment fill said vacancy.. quarter,Seetien 28. 'North-East' of&o..
of Its _quartff 41
whole .
ser of the onble administration had arrested by the Veto, certain that Gen. Lamorciere goesto uon
Given under hand and the i thirty-three.Korth.E&: Sonlh
will show what theresent is opposed to the system of Internal Improve St. Petersburg as Ambassador,and that he my great seal of East quarter 1 : E\oJ
patronage is the State of Florida at the Capt. quarter'of Section thirV4iree'v Hord : 1 1
at loss to understand. If Gen. to protest against the Emperor taking
ment we are a any West of Section .
conclude to es- tol in the City ot.Ta1latsasseejthi. quarter :thirty.fbnri West half '
administration Cass wholly misunderstood this it part in the affairs of Italy. .
was on point, LILLL.J of Sonth-Weat
25th day of July A. D.1849 andS quarter ofSectIontbirty.foi .
Fr the A note from the French Government has :i
Whig doctrine on subject was the fault of others, not his own. But on of ill ofthe'T l dili.!
as Independence the Towiahijf wrta i'l.
ublisb the Wilinot proviso, we think that all the' mist been sent to Prussia on the subject of Neu South '
acknowledge Range eighteen East "
The candid 74th year. ,:containing .t h* I It "
his occasioned fchatel but it-isuot of an unftiendly'nature on 1
wntch ,
llavery. hung over opinions was ; hundred and forty'on \hirl1. ine. U
W. D. MOSELEY, Governor.' juaared the f
that the Whig party "is best by Geu.Cass himself. In his Nicholson letterhe the contrary the relations with Prussia are on Attest: acres more or less of which about two>nndred .. .1
ment did not deny d'uluMly the constitutionality a very satisfactory footing. and ". i .
C. W.Downca&cretar .i.iniPrOTed
Federal haying thereon
divorce the govern- of State. > -fe-good (
The disbanded.
ofthe has been
ualifiedto of the Wilmot Proviso. lie did not show,as he army Alphans August,JSf9. 40w dwelung house, kitchen and other houses., ti- ; .
eject from 61! wery," may be a proposition i. doe; in this letter, that it is without any express hungary and Austria. bles, barns and other hSprovementjr.belonging t. ,- '4\

to all of the South i warrant in the Constitution, an unjusti An official has been issued by the Austrian Administrator's Notice. to a Cotton Plantation also a Cotton Screw aada Ie! .'. .1
not acceptable liable implication on the score of necessity or Mill How -with' .,
Government, announcing the compulsory retirement SALE OF REAL ESTATE. running Gear for a'Saw Gin.
Wing of the party, but is undoubtedly I.. precedent. In his Nicholson letter he sums up of the Hungarians from Raab. Theyare and Grist Mill'with Water Power j aUo.Stock ,

ero of the ofTULOI's I his position as follows: Raid to have retired towards Acs previous Postponed to the first Monday in May next of Cattle about fifty he&dmore or.less, t i: :

the sentiment majority Briefly, then, I am opposed to the exerciseof to the capture of the city. Georgey, by declining PURSUANT to an order of the'Judge of Pro' The Title of said lands and"the 'Texas) ?adconditions (j .,4

cabinet: jurisdiction by Congress over this matter, battle at Raab, and continuing his retreat County of this date, I will made known on the day of ale. ". r.: '.. .
GoTcr..r Brwnrd. and 1 am in'favor of leaving to the people of towards Gron, will impose upon the Austrian offer for sale at Public Auction, 'on the first .BENNETT; DEEL/?, t. : .,.;.
letter ere. any Territory which mity hereafter be acquired, army the necessity leaving me 20,000 men Monday ,in April next ensuing, at the usual SAMUEL 'pVTVCt-, I't ...
AUBURN, July 15, 1849. the right to regulate it themselves, under tbe before Cemorn; nevertheless; Gorgey would hours of Sheriffs sales the following describedreal Executort: i;. 3.. j 4

: Your letter inviting me general principles the Constitution. Because, i never have abandoned Raab except with the intention estate of Eliza M. Crichton, deceased-one July 2],.1849., -tda1: : ):
GENTLEMEN the celebration ot the "1. I do not sec in the Constitution any' detaching a portion of his force against hundred and thirty (130).acres.of Land, moreor -. 4-
to participate gr.int of the requisite power to Congreu ; and Paskeatach.A less; situated on the St. Johns River,in'Dui Ad..I.aral, '; Ittlc.' .-* : JoA.
anniversary of I Independence, by 1 extend doubtful val County, and bounded on the South and East months afterdato:I shall '-' 44 .
recent uni not disposed to a rumor prevailed, in Paris and gained con i SIX present :iny accounts .' .
the Whig citizens of Philadelphia, wa.s beyond its ncccessity-the establishment of eiderable currency in the assembly, that tha by lands of Eleanor A. Crichton, West by-St. and vouchers to the Hon;Judge'of : .t

\-hen I was so intensely en aged Territorial Governments when needed: leavingto Hungarians had obtained nn immense advantage Johns River, North and East by lands of Cal Probate of Columbia county for a;fiwl".ett1e1 1 .

received duties at Cnnan5ai' the inhabitants all the rights compatiblewith over the Russians, who are said to have vin Reed, North by lands of Charles Byrnethe -. ment and ask a discharge from'the further.administration ....

in professional the relations they bear to the Confederation. lost ten thousand men at Fiume.A same being one-eighth ((1') of a tract of of the estate, of,Sam M/ETUoty '" ,

a asl prevent me from rendering .*' conspiracy against Austria had been discovered land owned by the late John Crichton, knownas deceased. .,late' of Columbia county ; **> 1 I. 1'

.a seasonable acknowledgment. I tan- Now, let our readers weigh these words anti and a desperate battle was fonght on "Tweedside," and situate at the mouth of MARTHA. FITCHEW,;! ; '. "

now perform that deferred duty see if they can deduce from them that Gen Cas the 20th ult between the Hungarians and insurgents Julington Creek. The said real estate to be Administratrix of the Estate'of S.W-Eni6t ;.
not them to veto the Wil.I sold for payment of debts of deceased. July 21 1849. '" 'f .trii-ii ,.
expressing my conviction ot I is clearly committed, by in the neighborhood .of G lascue and .., J :. \
without mot Proviso if he had been elected President Muglenucleline. between CarIseluke and Rad- ALEXANDER W. CRICHTON, ...
nhe truthfulness and justice views I and such measure should have passed Congress.In stat. The insurgents'Were defeated. Gen Pen- Adm'r. Estate of Eliza M.Crichton:,dec. St. ..L,*cle Coenty :Cellector'e .;_

of the responsibilities of the Whig par- the South, many of his staunchest friends ker has taken possession of Baden. : Jacksonville February 19tb., 1849. .ALEv. bi t I .. g

ty, which you have exhibited. supposed that they were intended to announce Feb. 24. SOds BY virtue of the power Tested in- me Bj law, i .,

Experience has shown, that the counsels -, the doctrine simultaneously put' forth by Mr. Southern Party Politics.-We notice that the n- The above sale is postponed to the first I have levied upon and will expose for : !;

lead to domestic } Dickinson, in the Senate, in a formal resolutionthe Georgia Democratic State Convention. at its Monday in August next. July 28. sale at Fort Pierce, (there being no Court'Honie 4 .:;,
of that party prosperity doctrine Territorial Sovereignty. Several late meeting, unanimously passed the celebrated in the county of St.'Lucie.1, m the eonntr nffit.Lucie.Florida ..; .
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while they are imbued, with naSonal of the Democratic papers in Georgia, and even Virginia resolutions touching the Wilmot. Sale in St. Augustine. )on Monday1, the 22d day of Octo 4 "11..

moderation and magnanimity.But .- the Democratic party in State Convention, distinctly Proviso ; and whenever the members ot,the BE SOLD at Public Auction, in ber; A. D, 1849) between the usual_ .hours'of j ,"
there is now opening a field of political took this ground, supposing it to be the Democratic party have met for the nominationof of the Court House in the City of sale the following described tract of land,'or j: .

action hitherto unexplored byi ground of Gen. CIl S. It required no great their candidates throughout the South, they St. Augustine. on Monday the'28th of August, so much thereof,.as will pay State and Conn :: ,
deal of reflection to perceive that if the peoplein have unequivocally defined their position upon 1849, at ten o'clock, A. M.: the RealEstate of ty Taxes, assessed thereon forth year 184" .
i i parties, and measurably untrodden by the Territujy acquired from Mexico could this exciting question. It is also worthy of ob- Francis Gu e. late of St. Johns county, deceased, and 1848., unless the taxes thereon and the costs .'I

! state men. The inevitable conflict between keep us out of the Territory, it differed not at servation'that some of the Northern Democratic consisting are paid before the day of sale. to wit, i An Is .

human slavery and the Democratic all in effect, from un exclusion by l ongresa.- journals still cling to the doctrine of nonintervention A House and Lot bounded on the south by land containing 3,600 acres .of laid, lying:and : ': '

I of Free Government, Hence it was declared that this doctrine was, by Congress; whilst some of the prom- Bridge street, ou the east by Hospital street, being in the said county of 'St :Lucas-called, ; r y.
, principles .practically only the Wilmot Proviso in another enent statesmen of the party in that region a- and on the west by Charlotte Street; "Marra,'.Island" situated-near Cape Caaav- .':

: lon j The policy of abolishing Slavery in the Cas; in Co:'gross denied that this was the meaning nnd its compromises. St. Patrick streets: to Don Juan McIntosh by,the Spanish,. "- ,"' ; _.

I Federal District, and of Prohibiting it of the language he used, and certainly the But where is the Northern Whigi journal, or Also, four Lots of land lying on the west side ment, the 8th of May, in ,the year 1803, and t- .';'

I in the Federal Territories, has excited words 'under the general principles of the Constitution any Northern Whig politician, who has yet of Maria Sanchez Creek, described in ;a plat measured and: laid off to,said Mclntosh by.Geo. tj 1, .
the Union and ? which accompany his reference of the dared to brave public opinion around him and made for Augustus Poujaud as Lots No. nine, J. F.Clark,oh the'2d December,1817, as will U t4 ,a, .
a debate which prevades subject to the people of a Territory, would imply j condemn this unconstitutional attempt at aggression eleven, thirteen and fifteen, containing, each seen by the plat and survey- thereof;, which, r .

disturbs and tends to disorganize all existing that they were bound by the principles of ? And, alas! what is the general tone of lot, one hundred and fifty feet in length by fifty said 3,600 acres arc. assessed *.inlaid .t Lucie i ;." '

parties and combinations. Intemperate the Constitution ; and if so. by that greAt principle the Whig press,even throughout the South, upon in breadth. All the above property will be county to John JCM '.L I

zeal on either side of the de which lies ut its very foundation-Equal- this qnestion. We are grieved to record it sold subject to the widow's claim for dower. .Amount due' for Taxes. for"1S47.; ''.$22.27Ji. 4'C '

the subversion of the ity between the States. But hero w.is room for many of them hesitate to throw off the shackles JOSEFA GUE, Admin'x.St. : "' .cc '184g,.- 9673.' .' I t
late, threatens misunderstanding: iml in the state of feeling of party, and tell us that our advocacy of South Augustine, July 21, 1849. 5t Ad&. cot; ", 'h'j
Government and the dissolution of the which agitated lheSouthwiih manyto be doubted ern rights is but another name for disunion.- -'C.-L.BUY.TQN. _.

Union u ,elf. was to be damned. Hcneethousands, of Democrat many of them have embraced Benton, with all FOB SALE. Tax Collector avd" dsiusot of:St.Lovci* C*. : t : .:.4

All enlightened s.igacioug and can in the South voted against Gen Can, his sins of apostacy upon his head, and would I OFFER for sale my two adjoining Houses July 14, 1849.. _, _,. .. 4. ;.
without duly reflecting, that, in the first place, have us believe that true [patriotism consistsin and Lots in the Town of Jacksonville, in Jacksonville '' '
did men, see that the period has they had no pledges more distinct from the candidate the endorsement of calumnies againstMr. one of which I at present reside together with ..Feteale :InsUt te 1 1.: P.fHE -

(ted, when slavery ought not to be defended of the Whigs; ani, in the second place, Calhoun and his friends. Hut the people the Lot formerly occupied by my saw-mi1L- Committee Direction hava'adopt'tdthe .fi3i

and cannot be protected by the by voting for their candidate they would bring cannot.be deceived for any length of time,and This property is very desirable, and will be L following 1ati Ja.'t .d 1
The & .
be the Free disposed of on favorable terms. The title is in year to consist of four Wrb* : .
influence of the Federal Gov- the Whig, who claimed to original we look forward with pleasing anticipations 11 t .
or of eleven weeks each.: -u
power Soil party, into power. To bring this party into that the elections in North Carolina, Georgia, disputable. I also offer for sale a lot.of old *. -J,v
ernment, as it has been heretofore protected power-their old hereditary enemies; the Alabama. Mississippi, &c. will result in the iron, remaining from the burning of my saw* Orthography; rtadinn' wriluifarid irft1xme.- .-4 ':

and defended, against the legitimate old hereditary haters of the South ; the supporters triumphant return of such men. as the South mill. tic per term, $4,00.; The'abbfe'tirith'hEngtishgrammat 1. .-

constitutional effort to confine it of B.uik: Tariff, and Internal Improvements needs at this critical juncture. JOSEPH A. BABBEE.. and Geography, per tenn$5,0t" >.'.The .4 t j.t
above with '
the .
'within the States, where it is sanctioned ; who had forced open the doors of Congress We have no party ends to accomplish in contrasting Jacksonville, July 21, .1849._ : 2t edu tion uibr-acjbA higBef bt nci tan'Emgliib if
their Abolition had opposedthe the two of the b3G; JQrj' 'r ..iJj J
for agitators; great political parties
b Constitutions laws. It is natural mental and"moral" !
} equal Annexation uf Trias ; in fact, who are country upon this subject. In this State we Sherifi's Sale BentonCounty, Fla. PhilospEyr-Botany, :. ; L

iy apparent that withdrawal of the Rtcolutionisttin a sense which would not only (:are one and indivisible, :but if the Democratic be sold before the Court House door Chemistry,GeblogyAstrbnomy;Rhetorie.LogioJ- :

protection; and defence will rouse the annihilate Constitution, but convert it intoan party were recreant to the interests of the peoplewe WLL county, on the first.Monday and Each Evidences to of Christianity, per7 term $6.00'!, -i i : j ft
quarter beaittothcTressuret'jnat1.
spirit of faction and sedition. What instrument of despotism and ruin to the would denounce them with as much indgna- in August next between the usual hours sale var.ce. '. .'; I21 I- r' t-i

Bother party than the \Vhig party has South was a course of tremendous responsibility. tion as we would the-Whig party. But all experience the following property to wit: The East ot The scholars will be under the rerct D1'truo.- :. :i .'tl I
1 It was, nevertheless, pursued: and now has taught us-upon almost every South-East4 of Section No. 12, To wash:p 21 tion otauexpel'lenced femtle '
fully adopted its basis the inalienable t
as our duty is with the future. It is upt irretrieva political issuethat the Democratic party has South Range 19 East ; also South-West % of Provision has' r.'i"
rights of man, and is, therefore, so well : ble. Gen.Cass's opinions on the Wilmot Provisono proved itself the party for the South ; and we the SouthWest.of Section 25-Townsliip 20, Latin beenuiade for instruction& f :

i qualified to divorce the Federal Govern- one can now misunderstand; and by the aid would be recreant to a most pleasing duty, were Range 19. Levied on as the property of C. T. sic for French'which additional Painting andJ chargea..iIlbeniide-g-audMm- J. t t1

I meut from slavery 1'hat other of his friends in the Senate,it secures us against we to omit any occasion when we can honor it Jenkins, to,satisfy sundry Executions issued The first term ', :4'
party commences 8th ofOcto- 1
J hss its passage by Congress. Let the South, in the by our sincere commendations. Its undeviating from the Circuit Court of Benton, 'in favor of her next. .* zf w' ,.j :.
.;: FO implicity adopted the principle approaching elections,secure to the Democratic manly course in every Southern Statewhere George Hernandez and others, this 2d day of i JI

;., of the absolute supremacy of the laws, party the predominance in the House of Representatives opportunity has presented itself, is worthy of July, 1849. N. MOODY, he Applications Committee of for Directionr admission are to be made'a to to i '1'

c and i is, theiefore, so well prepared to repress -i which it has already in the Senate, such, commendation:-Scvth Carolinian. Sheriff.; Benton' count,. COMMITTEX, or. 1 DtR' .I"T It;;. r ;,, ;..
and the influence of the Executive.no 21 1849. tdsSherifi's :,
. faction 1 The exigency of the beyond July J.M.DAN1Rer .. .
( mischief can be perpetrated by the Whig party, Administrator'* JViice. .. '
times that the Government DrE'flOLD.AwREED
: requires although useful reforms by the Democracy may months after date I shall present my accounts ; "' :

, ball combine, both these principles in be arrested. If, on account of the opinions expressed SIX and vouchers id the lion. Judge of Sale Benton County, F1. 'h"1RxAtftfl., L -..,-' ....'"., ,sr_._' ". 1"., ,..

:I'' inaction, avoiding on the one hand by Gen. Cuss on the Wilmot rovisoheis ; Probate for Marion county, for a final settlement \Ji ILL be sold before the Court House door ;'.I- 8WABTJacksonville ; ,'- :, ':'-. : -; .''..d'.

r tny concessions to slavery beyond the driven from'the Senate by the Legislature of .and apply for a discharge as Administrator TV of Benton county, on'the first Monday July 7-''.'l": L'' :*' ':'' 9.'J_ '" ,". I

letter of the Constitution and the Michigan, which we observe is anticipated by of,the estate of Samuel E. Swilley, late of in August next, between the usual hours of .- q -K-*.*;, '. 1. .p.. .

, on Whig papers, it will only be another commentary Lowndes county, Georgia, deceased. sale, the. following property,Ib wit: The SouthWest Eastern,.Judicial:'aftlli ':- 'ff ." ."..j.
other, intemperate zeal, which appealsIt on the forebeurance and submission of thit WM. D. BRANCH, Adm'r. quarter bSection Township 22,Range ... ..f.8.... .('f".1-; : 1

;l fro'n constituted authority to violence south, which elevates to power and honor in Marion Co., August 4, 1849. 6m 19; being 160 acres of land more or less. .Levied Peter:Behet, Adminijtrator.ef ) :+1 i' ;- ; 4 1 *'

{1 .and sedition. the Free States all her enemies and destroys all on as the proverty pf Richard R. Crum, to Francis- -P.Sanchez deed,et al: j- _. .' .:.:*

h.alwa1's seemed that the her friends. The time was when the favor of satisfy sundry Executions, issued from the !&, e i *"' .-fIn Cha&Dery. ;: i- !!)a
f. me the South was honor, and hrr surport was County Court of Alachua, in favor of John G. Ben>A., QtdExPC1ltorJ'ot' .. It :' -' !.

I it Whig party, ihiou. s;W' :: : 1:1:

U heartening trials, was acquiring the N. AL MOODY, T-7HEREAS, ,by an Order dnl> entertd'onTV .: i ; ,

firmness, tile constancy and the France and Home Sheriff., Benlon county. the 13th day,of June, 1849, the,jonder- ;' t Ji,4,
July 21 1849. tds llgned.-as appointed to take and: ,
lIne dlSCip.1 state/among .
necessary to enable it to Surrender of the Eternal City-The Legislative other things an accout of the Debts 'owing br :'
. f un has been the scene of much turbulence t :
ry safely through this its giealestUrgency. Asembly theEstate of Peter Mitehel,-deceased:*-? .i .t.)

; I agree, therefore, most and recrimination during the past General Orders. Sheri 's Sale Benton County Fla; Now, therefore,'in pursuance of said Order.- ..1. i ,

tordially with opinion of week. The despotic spirit which marks the EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 1 be sold before the Court House door notice is hereby given,,IQ all.persons'' claiming to T : .
you in ymir is having the WILL 1
proceedings of the Government Benton the first be Creditors |he Estate of' the'sala '
tbe Tallahassee July 25 1849. rAN county, on Monday ,Teter- i -
importance of its principles of the Assembly ,
inculcating sections
effect to unite various Mitchel deed
in August next, betweenthe usual hours of sale ,to producetJteU'Claimsand : t :If'' .
now more zealously and energeti- not heretofore friendly, into a compact opposition ELECTION is hereby Ordered to be held the following property, to wit: One hundredand proof thereof, before meat'my 'ofilceViAlbtf .j'; ",

tally j than ever before, and rejoice that to the Barret Ministry, and in defence orre'publicanism. in the Fourth Brigade of Florida Militia, sixty acres of laud more or less'being the City of St. Augustine, on or before the "4th day I- !;
the close of the setting the first Moriday in'October next at the
on places -
*:* first Administration Towards North-East quarter Section 18, Township 22 of October next and'that in Default ire* r ,; .
permanent astonishment law for the election of
t Vfiich on Wednesday evening,some appointed by County South, Range 19 East;. also, the East. half ofNoithWet they will.be precluded from:the benefit'of the '
the Wh g party his called !into created the members by M.Grander Officers, for a Brigadier General, to fill the vacancy Decree to be mad .Utereln. ? V "
was among quarter of Section 17, Township 22- ..-V. ,; ;. n .
DOwer: has fully and completely indica- declaring that another movement was in pre- occasioned,by the resignation of General South, Range 19 East. Levied t>n as. th&propelty .pe BjDTT1.u\r ''t"_ : ': :4.ri t.'

ted its principle, its wisdom and its paration. The statement however, was vguely i I Charles Byrne. of Charles Russell, to satisfy aU Execution : ; ttiaJ' 'Miut,- ,-t.,; ,.'.
member and. anpearetl Also an Election hereby Ordered to beheldin :
I given by the honorable issued the Circuit Court June. 30 184g. '_ ct'.r" "
llfiotism. from (Benton,in : 'It4. ? :: 11-i-
in fact so that it the Third Brigade of Florida Militia at the .
Urn hum- to nojfoundation favor offiennet M;Dell, this 2d day of July, :- :. ." -:: .. ]it .
1 with great respect, yonr hoon ceased produce any impression.On time and places above specified, for a Brigadier 1848. N. M. MOODY Eastern-JIndiciiil lred 1j..Cjjg (eu $ J t

''c $l'rrantr, fI.LfA\1 H.SEVTABD. the 30th ultimo. the Constituent Assembly General, to fill the vacancy occasioned by the Sheriff. Benton ,. .!. "A4V I 1.p',ff' J.

Benjamin) Matthias, D. B. Hinnrwii, of Home finding that further resistance to resignation of, Gen.. Samuel Russell. July 21, 1849. 'tds county. M.-.Hernandez,Executor,t f ul !: ;" 1'1'
'ceased hoitilitiw Abo Election is Ordered to'be '
the French arras would be in vain, ; an hereby .
Goorg D. ofEobe4McHazdydecd. ): 1"J. .j .
T. Thornl harles L'brand, ;
surrendered.the Eternal City held in the Cavalry Regiment of the Second t "
t J ohn )lcC anales H. K. Strong, Joseph to the and bcseigere.virtually On the 31st ultimo, an.official Brigade, Florida Militia, on the first Monday in Sheriffs Sale Benton County, Fla. WbipeA1driOh.AdndnWrstorp-r-, -vs.? f. A ) In CaanetrfJoseph' '- r 1 j.::,

Myers, Corn Initte3..Niel ; notification was made to,the French Legislative October. next, at the pl-ces appointed by law 'ITIDL be sold before the Court House-door _ofShearmanetsJs'"">' '" '* '' .J i :'.
Assembly that, in consequence of the arrangement for the election of County Officers, to fill the V V in Benton county,on the first Mondayin WtiRred; t .
I WHEREASf'by.aiprfer.duly ott :
CMre entered into between Gen. Oodinot vacancy; occasioned by the resignation of Col. August next,between the usual hours sale, -&undersigned -I! f oJ
Chaltra.-There are sonnoyres "? L
and the Roman Triumvirate,the gates Parollo, Samuel S.'Spencer. the followingprOpertto wit: .The SouthEast ,was appointed tb.tale ted- tale ij
tn wit has amone r t ,
for cholera, that some thitjVMAydieiefit. Portic.i, and Pancnutia had been thrown open Officers commanding' Brigades, Regiments, quarter the South-west'quarterrund)South-, other things, account of tha debts owiBcbv* '
proToied to say, that the wondris, find to the French troops, who were 'adopting Battalions, and Companies, within this State West quarter the Sooth- 'quarter, Section the Estate of Robert McHardy,deceased: :' j

coo-int :n a Paris paper we measures. for the immediate occupation of Borne, are hereby required to carry 'into effect this 27,and NorthWest quarter:.of,the North-Easl Now,,'therefore in punoanw' of saW Orikr. :; Ir ;,-1.r
of* cure, unlike any we bate seen. with perfect quietness Order within the limits of their respective com and N ith of North-West Notice is sa
*"" i wire while which would place quarter, quarter hereby given.*!all perscms clalmW t.< ; t I1
attacked in the morning, '
"w WAS and order. mands. quarter Section 34, Township 19'South, Range be Creditors,pf the.Estateof jthtf1 saMirMcHardy -" -"
':bscat. Doc- t" 1
"r The neighbors called in a communication produced a.deep sensation W. D. MOSELEY, Governor. 17 East.LevIedonby JmiivL'liayinan deed 't.'produce ,
,**>furnished She The ,, ;thriftCHrfc.maU : :. .Jtl
rtl> the prescriptions. in the Chamber. August 4,1849. 0w Constable, to sat isfysundi: .Executions, Issuedfrom proof themf.befor :meTtteyOffi< f3f
J elf8out inued to sink till towards night, i ( Parisas D'aJUlt the Justice CourtofBentonin&YOrofNeil l
rom : City of.t&eSt.
Acorrespondeuwriting Augustine,,on or "
2 tae husband returned very much iotoxi stated postive- Executive Department, ) others this'2d day of July of October befew etiiarf ': ( ,
the Bourse wasclosinfeit-was FergusOn'aud ,. day next,And,that in Deftslt timMof -
rJHe forthwith threw all the phials out of Oen; Tallahassee,July 27,1846. J :7 : :
Jrecdf Ou.i 1849. NMMOODZ irill be
that the governnienthDd i they .pnC1u4ect"tnra ie b klt =
JJ%kicked his out after them.nd ly, the T HEREBY' (0 & J cf t 'I'
neighbors the air' ORDEItED'Thsttboseper. -
| SiJhB tn.mwy. the Decree to'i ,
din t.'.dispatcheS, announcing j: .. .d'hWthL._ .W ;: !;
;b'tObet hit wife unmercifully.. The bea- French into Borne'on the 2d,and that they 1 ,sons who, shall appointed by the several JuJ7 21, S 49.. ;:t'tds { v. ">' -l ..p.''..., m. ;" 'ta.f:'" ta ..!

:.erected what the medicine could not-it reeeiyed army with Mclwnations by the people, '.1ues,or Probate:>f this S Inspectors of : :41:"_" m "} ';;h

r. a re-act w and the woman got well were divIsiOns of Garibaldi hare been conducted Elections,to behild. (orcsuntj9cers on Mon- A dmlalstorator!9 H,eice,- t. 'Jan. 3O1S4D j? 'h t 4

1.teJl. This is the only good effect of 'The VecchU whew'they.would 1.j1'dQwii.their' 'di y first day:of October next,thll.also,act ttsir; MORTHS"after.date,4 tbaU apply-to '-. .' -tiJ" ... . i '''1
\tI1D!!, we recollect to hate chronicled. to Civito MS inspectors ofthe Elections.Officers the be1 Hon. Probate Judge >of,'.Columbia county U-t. d f.f .. '94t .. ...J'. ._.".-"L.1 f: "'..;:

arms.dirisioni'of! the tray would !.,lodged Florida;Militia; Two
. .1 Tne Constituent Assembly of Frank- andmainttlnedby-tteiBoman' Ooyrra .- MondsyofOctober.a: :he,Estate of Henry Clefton,latft of said county .. :lar-'>AfRrlCt1Ji ... ... ,-'J ,l ,e f
'?",htt finally passed the bill dcclttj .The funds.TOW"on' th.reception ot jug Jner ,f T' ,-,v.DJ.I.U. .P4.-trftewrtn",.. _. Qo. 4 Te1'll0r., .deceased.,.. '.,.. JOHNCFTONAdm'tJn,1S49 'p ". -, '' n, P.1'W .. r' '1.4
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''tl $ 4 tt f '. % THIS msTlTOTJS( LfetBB OPENED ON; 1 iedpermit widerthe*cIoCCongres entI all iliei vailous IbriBs 01ANENTI&EtY 1'f

w. b, ". -_ p J the first Monday in June next,at 9 oj clock, A.Ml,. tled&Aaact td proyide.fbr Jthe armed occupation ,,. I l
: 4 E1ctHo $5 i .S w atq Seat9rs.JVACANCYhiving in.Jkonjfl and Bettlement of the'unsettledtKirt'ofthol242. fr- ,--' To.ThEi ,
: .- % Al occurred ia.theiofficeof ( *
;4i. '? ; t ',tt State Senator in the eighthSSenatorialIDistri ,cojamodation of aurieL *n&Mises, wheretbeywitL. .and iwho?were v occupants furide'r that act irfI

by the death of Horn James H.rT.LoriA .be instructetbinihe ..ElementaryandUCKUVrA and the actamehdatdrylther( fiapprovetJnn615th,4l844 ; '

'S.. ;; K ja the thirteenth Senatorial dbtrict by MCrfAyM*'***Wl **vi4O->-ndulssIca1EdizctLon and who sett1edor occupied under and. peedjre foe
r.& ; :!the gnationofBonJvPJAnder8OfljaiWifl .and -young tmenJrill bufittedfbr! said.act/and did not voluntarily rehnquisL or for the general pstrition'ord H*
t ,;the fifteenth Senatorialdistnctiby the resiga- ;College* for iwfessional Jife/inthe Latinand abandon the same, buticontinued to reside on VEGETABLE jCOJCPOUND. matter 'whether.tbe rea1t cCO
Ai6': +.; 4 ktion of Hon.Louis Aldrich: Lit herebyi Ordered, Greek classics, and'in the Philosophicaland said frontier south of the line, dividing. Town
1I .' ; ''-'hAts i1e tionbeJie1dixiakL. districtson; Mathematical sciences. ships numbers.nine and ten, south and east of THIS MEDICINE was prepared.by reigular J

Monday, Ae.vfirst day of October next- to fill Arrangements.THK the base line specified in the act of 1842, there ,, Ianind1s thi resulUf an exten? i Nothing can-bet o&rt iterpifciig tP

I r .A '' aidTicancies.: TSAR.will: be divided into four narters, by aiding to effect the.objects of said actj viz r sive practice of several years- in a ibiliooscli.mate iTigorating..effecty/ca ittWtoSirsons &
Girea uridermy.ban1anJthe seal ofthe : Alachua on Moniday.lZthMay. ? Those who Lave used it tLemselves
,k" of about -weelarreacbwith'intervening vacations. '&At Newnansville, county., all weakness and ksdtQdtat
t, .. State of Florida'at, tho Capitol .- The day will b two sessions: the first,- .' ? >.. ri seen'its salutary '*ffectsmp6n others,'.need no once,become robut tadfoll of'itsinfliien !
t I P ., ( !1 j in- the,City Tallahassee,this from 9 to 12 M, and the"second, from 3 to 5 P. i AtSL&ngstine't3ObflS' county,oa Tuesday.15tLMay. farther evidence of its great.value' The Lealth (eIt' ofi

.: 4LIL.L] ,26th day of June,,A,D.!1849and M. Wednesday mornings will be'appointed to .. i ., thousands :Las been perfectly restored--by- nervelessnessItirillnotibe *

: : 73 J year of; American -Indepen- exercises in English,composition.ani declamation. At Pilatka, Putnam county Tuesday, 22d this medicine, when' all other remedies Lave Ygreat : -I Im It
J. ? dence. '""'" '.., '* failed. .>Ita operation is noc simply to suspend "

: j:.' W. MOSELEY. After the first term,nc pupiltrill be received! May.At MeUpnvilfe, Qrnge.county''on Tuesday the diseasefor: a' time, but to purify the ty*. ,delicatea; nature., ,,toexhibit <

: ) .' Attest: A.E.M&xwLrSec.State. except at or near the beginning of the session, 29th May "*' .., >-v .. tem/and restore it to sound'and perfect health. performedj t we
":"*; v.11' .--' ,' : ;. 749.; iJtloctDfCDartmeBty and no pupil forlessthan, ne termr"Taitioti. At Ocala.Marion county, on Monday, 18th AsmallTreatises the "causestreatmeut,,
c. v. l. June.i : and cure offever and ague and other diseases of 'Mi

i'kf> '.'t ,? EzeeutLv At Lake Lindsay,,Benton county, on Monday; bilious climates," may be had gratis of the undersigned. t tressed bjwesknessanifering and ge&enl.

i' :; ; TAr.Ta'i4ssuJune2th, 1849 Reading Wtinnd Aihrneti, ; $6,00MigherEnglisbstudles' :i25th June. ,. ; ..* '. continnallbpajn4 c

.' ;.4 SOOPhilosophical At Fort Fanning, Levy 'county. Monday, :.'Also,'numerous;certificates from men.of. the difficulties, and hangkno, ,
; 2.'c: 4? ; 4 election is hereby ordered to be held in ndClassicalstndies, 10,00.One 9th July. highest respectability- testifying to the great that 'effected great-
:: ttl ... : AN the first.Division of the Florida Militia, half.the price of tuition,according to the At Tampa, Hillsborough county' on Monday, efficacy of this medicine can be.seenon application hearing ztecommededfu'guci X

c.1 c I oa the first Monday in October next,at the pla studies pursued, will be expected in advance, 30th July,.. 1: ..../, to '' described,. I obtained a ibottie of cu
.., ': .: eel appointed by law for the election of County and the balance at the end of each term. .At Key West,r Monroe county, on,Monday, : T. 6. HOLMES &'CO., Sargaparilla'Aand followed theu1reeHiE2gave'me. yow j ).

K"Y;' 1 : :f Officers, for a Major General command said Board will be provided in Town at reasonable 13th August.At Agentrfor''Jacksonville and 'Vicmittf. AInva short period it
2 re
14.M; "{ < :f.J. Division, to fill the vacancy occasioned bfthe rates;.and per Parents month and, for Guardians Pupils from,'who the may,country desire Miami, Dade county, on Monday 20th Jacksonville, Feb.24, 1849. ;6m plaints .and. restored her toheaUk edk&wT r<|2 At
resignationofllenrwilliam&fley.lL.t this August. grateful;Tor i tte, benefit*,she) receired'IS 9
the facilities of
:: 'ftg.1.r And-an election is hereby ordered to be held to avail themselves of .At Fort Pierce, St. Lucie county,.on Monday3d DR. TOWNSEND'S COMPOUND EXTRACT pleasure Jti thus acknowledging: it !
,F t'i1 Institution for the eduOation of their children ia
i-fcK ; -
In the second Division of the! Florida Militia.on > .
: September. it'to ,
mending publid '
3-- 't'. .> : ;,; .the first Monday of October next, at tie places and. others, may be assured that no exertion All persons interested, and who have'not'already 'M. D, 1OOBEcor.ofGrtud:
and ThisExtract is .
I will be spared to ensure the health, comfort put up'tn qyartboitlesitissiz
; .appointed by law for the election of County Of.l4en made their proof, are requested.to have ,
General progress in knowledge of all who may'be times cheaper, pleasanter, and warranted superior AIbaiiyAua1844. .
; : fora Major to Command'said Di their witnesses ready and come prepared to
.!-f ; 'I Ivision, to fill the vacancy occasioned by the resignation entrusted to the care of the Principal. prove their cases fully. Settlers on lands heretofore to any soldv Itcures, diseases without TO MOTRRS4NDM4kRj

:. 4 of Gen.James G.Cooper. RUFUS K. SEWALL, Principal unsurveyed,will now have an,opportunity vomitingpurging siekemag orjfcbilitating.ihe patient'andis buei11.
2J s ..Officers commanding 'Brigades, Regiments N. JJ. Pupils in Town, will be expected to to identify their lands.. particularly adapted foj;a ly prepare4.4:' referenceto female
Battallions and Companies within 'the State provide seats and desks. Chairs are recommended. HUGH ARCHER .FALL\AND WINTER. MEDICINE. lco female who has reason to app

1.1 are hereby required to carry into effect this order -, (Republican copy.] Agent ofthe Interior., The'great beauty'and .superiority of this Sar iioaclng that critia1 eri6d, 'the tur 'flqj (

:: ;'... :j .' .;4 : within the*limits of;:their'respective commandc :May_19, 1849. tf April 28, 1849. tloct 'iapari1laov r.al1otber remedies is, it era- 'should neglect .take,;ify as Ifls kn
,dicates disease it invigorates the ventive IIIw kn
I'l and make returns according to law. forjany; otbenunezou
." .. ,Iv* .. WDMOSELEY. STATE OF FLORIDA.To dmititstprator's tice.T3L .- body, consumption'curecl: diseases to; which fanales are
.tkt: :. ; :( .. .July, '4g. tloct"CR.O.TON 2tt to'whom these: Presents shall come, Six MONTHS .after date, shall apply, to cleanse and strengthen, jlimepflife.7THis period may bedbt '0f

4 ./ ,: # Greeting: the Hon. Probate Judge of Columbia county consumption can be cured,, several ycarsby using this medicine -'JTwr a 0t fti
:: ; B.U.ILDINGS." WHEREAS-Lawrence.Ryan has applied to for Letters of Dismission as Administrator oil bronochitis, consumption, liver,complaint, less valuable'Tor/those Who ""t'tmrndfitwomanlbod

,. uMBRELLAS AND PARASOLS I : the.Es- the Estate of Henry Clefton,late of said county, .colds. coughs, catarrh, asthma, spitting ,/as it is calculated.to assist ttfet >
p. .. MAc INERY. :.tate of George Church, deceased, .Therefore:all deceased. JOHN CLEFTON, Adm'r. of blood,soreness lathe chest, by quickening the.blood and invigowUi t
persons interested, ape hereby, notified to .file Jan. 27, 1840., 6mR. .. hectic flush,night sweats, difficult sy stem. Indeed,this medicine inijat1 : "
: ;: their objections, if any they have, to the issuing _. : or profuse expectoratioh -" all the diseases to which wojaen' .
-. > -s torntiJ! 2pib, of said Letters six months after date, other B. REID & CO. :. and pain : It braws the, whoIeVsyste'm. (

IC X ,' ; ;; fflmuufaclnrcr.Q. wise said Lawrence Ryan will be discharged ; in:the side &c. ently the oatural 'energies_ by ene'Ipaj 1 f
.l. J _ 1JJESSES. R. R. REID & CO. having leas rexnothf 0* 1I
; : by virtue of these presents. Lave"and" impurities f the I I
Wv '. if i 5 bodynotisofurstij
: *' kjag
.LJL ed the Wharf and the attached
;: J. B. would invite particular Attention Witness my name and seal of office, buildings .' anbe' the sy tfdii as. to produce 1 t
: : .? of his friends,,and. merchants visiting N.York.o [L.C.] this. 25th June, A. D, 18149. are now prepared in connection with; their cured. ,"which Ts the case of most mediemeafalti 1J

I ,.: > give him a call at his new and spacious Man WILLIAM F..CRABTREE.. DRY GOOD, GROCERY, HARDWARE Probably there never"was remedy that Las forfemale; weakness'anddisease. :" t"

I '. 4 L 6ctOTy:and Warehouse, Judge of Probate, Duval county. MISCELLANEOUS ESTABLISHMENT been so successful in desperate cases of cdnsumptionas DISEASE OF'THE tBEHK,,
1 : t.l. 149 and 144 Broad rroy. Jun 30, '49.-6mM USil/ESS.to do a GENERAL 'COMMISSION. this; it cleanses and strengthens the TUREAAVD'DRoJsy. 1 1p.

B and : to heal the ulcers oil the
.!?> I 1 :, ( CtOTQ.t BIJILDIGS, ) HOLMES & CO. Their charges are established by the Savan and the appears their '
: : betweenCedar and lungs' patients gradually regain DR. TowlsE'cD-Dea7_ ,...r: I41UI U
V' ? ? Liberty ,where there mah rates. :
j ESSRS. HOLMES & CO. have removed usual health and strength. been>ffiicted with k'die si'Oftbe1menj,
.' :* ** ": 'will always be.found :the,most extensive assortment They are the Agents of the U. S. Mail
;' f.X of their stock of Merchandize to ihe largebnildingformerlyoccupiedbytheUnitedStates Steamers at this place, and are* now-enabled CURIOUS CASE OF CONSUMPTION with a terrible1 rupture for over fifteen ywh,

to offer every.facility to the Merchant 'Planter' 'There is scarcely a day passeslmt there area the greaterjipart ot'-the time. Shr Baal atroubjed.with
v .tTAlBUELLAS, PARASOLLS, known as the .GOy rnrn nt Building. They and the Public generally. number cases of Consumption reported as sboz"tness.cfreathnod gmi fiBf.teririg .

: : : PAEASOLETTS AND SUNSHADES have added to their stock, by the late arrivals .Goods consigned to their care will be received cured by the use of Dr.Townsend's Sarsaparilla. of the heart,which has' ,been;verjul*
fLi from New'York,"afnll assortment of Dry Goods, and forwarded with despatch. The following was recently received: tressing, and has freqifently teiln 'unablllo

.; Groceries, Hardware, Prdvisions, &o &c. Their Store Office and Warehouse are situated Da..TOWMSEKD-Dear. Sir: For the last leave'her bedi Therupture; was very' fcfjt

E 4t- d M 'of his own celebrated manufacture, for, sale in which they are prepared .to :sell at reducedprices. convenient to the Wharf.' three years, I ,have been afflicted with general and severe. She tried almost every rci&cdj fa
; *ay quantity, and at greatly reduced,prices. Palatka St John's River E. F. debility, and 'nervous consumption of the last such cases with but little bevct./ .T\hetile;
': :' January
4., ;i) ; a. j
k r st'>'i'-* i: *:. Parasols from.the "Croton Manufactory" shall Hides,and other produce of the country, at.the' all.- After going through a course of medicine medicine was'entirely'relieved oflfiedilKje
: beANt.hlin ercry'respect.A highesOIafket rates, and make cash advances Parker's Patcuts, Improve. under the care ,of some of the most distinguished Of the heart, and the :"rupture'has'atecerts.tirely.disappeaTedi .

i : Y JuIy749. on consignments to their ;friends in Savannah, izeuLsu Ilrdranlic.PoTver. regular physicians and members of the -

4 ** .----- -and Charleston, or New York. PERSONS infringing or violating the Board of Health in New York and elsewhere, Shejbas alsqhad .the dropsy, ;andwatjfiy

They have a new article Wrought Iron; .ALL Patents are cautioned not to pay and;spending the, mnost.oLmy earnings in-at- much swollen. We had cojdea that sjieeouM

p . .LADY, who has had several years experience Ploughs-to which they.would respectfully. call> for said infringements or violations to Lyinan tempting regain my"health/and after read T>eso benefited, as ehe'haUBuch complicatfot
t'L : J : in a finishing school,for Young La the'attehtion of Planters. Merchant, Daniel Humphrey and Thomas'J. ing in some paper of your.Sarsaparilla I.resolved of disenses; 'But it iiaV,'as strhDge'as it rnay'ip.pearj .

: .. ..' 1., i dleaiidesirousto.rcsideiniloridaandthere. Jacksonville,Uov..6, ,1846. tf > Barney, or either of them acting as my agents to try it. After using six bottles found it ;relieved -her of, the dropsy; 1 am aware

:;I4' ; : .. r fore, wishes to take: charge of An Academy under power of Attorney, dated on the 18th, done me .great, good, and called to see you;at that; this statement, go'straoge :u to q'ezr

; .t. a: : "Young.Ladies, or to hear of some healthy pleasant Mail Arra g ment. day January, 1848,' as said power of Attorney your office; with your advice L kept:onr and do almost like fiction but it is, neertLclesjt'ber]

*4 :. ;, : town, in which sufficient encouragement The North em. Mail arriyes every Sunday and was revoked by me on the 23d day of"April, most heartily thank you for your advice- persevere reality: Tour Sarsaparilla is eertaiidyuable a tel-
Ls fi b g "will begienberV&establish a school for Young Wedlnesclay" by three o'clock P. M, and closes 1849. ZEBULON PARKER, Patentee. in taking the Sarsaparilla,and have been medicine, and ehbuld be used bj ern

: Ladies, |n whichwil1, be taught all.the Bran on'Tuesday and Friday mornings at 7 o'clock. Newark, OhioMay 19, 1849.' 3mos able to attend c,to my"usual labors for.the last one thaU,is;suffering as we have kn.'lUiiy
: ches',of a complete Education together with The Southern Mail; arrives on,'Monday and four months, and;I hope by blessings of God disbelieve this jiccoant, they ire liberty.to

: '* "Music,French,Paint ting.Embroidery,&c. References Tuesday;hightSj'and: closes on Sunday and Wed To Farmers .and' .Dairymen. and your Sarsaparilla ta continue my health. call at iny housea d have" ocu1demonstzat1e.s .
: ? as regards her success and capability nesday mornings at 11 o'clock. & EMERSON'SPATENTDOU. It helped me.beyond the expectations of all that Yours- respectfully -

;: "as a teacher, -will be given. Any one wishing to The Western Mail .is due on Tuesday and ANTHONY RpTARY CHURN peculiarly knew,my case.j i .CHARLES..QUIAiBY : "WILLiA3lTQ1VSEIt1'Jamea.ot

?. engage her servicesor, who can give the above Friday mornings, by 7 o'clock and closes on adapted to.Warm,Climates,as it produces but Orange Essex Co.N,J.,-Aug. 2r1847'
iirv'r: .: Information can gef Her address by,apply lug t Sniiday'and Wednesday'mornings at 11 o'clock. ter as easily,from sweet milk as from.cream.; ,In State ojNew JerseyjEssez"Jovntytss.-Chas.Quimbyjbeing DYSPEPSY. -' : *
: the Editoottho "JacksnvilIe vws." The Mail from Nassau Court House arrives bringing efFectual and Dimple Churn into use,the duly sworn according to law on To ;fluid medidine baa eer1en discovered

t :; .* 'JuneSd 1848. 3m on every Tuesday afternoon, and closes'on Sun nothesitate propriet rsfeelingcon'fidence to it the in best its'capabilities churn everofer., do his oath saith, that the foregoing statement whichi nearly resembles, gastricjpnc

t : *- ,day morning 11 o'clock.' eb to the'public.pronounce.ThiCburu is'on exhibitionat the true,according to the.best of his knowledge and br sali vain decomposing and gtreugtienibg

> Sherifl's. Sale."TTTILL MARK BUTTS, Postmaster. Agency, '* f-' "*. --_ '- .$ %.> belief ,. ,- -. < ? ,,CHAS.-aUIMBY. the'brganr digestion as this pfepfiratida
?( .'. be sold before the Court House.in Jacksonville, July 749, NO. 2..JOHN STREET. 1 r Sworn and subscribed to before meat Orange SzpaH1la. It positively, cures everj. ese Of

: : \W the-Town Jacksonville' on the firstMonday second story,corner.of JB road way,New York city. the 2d aigust1847., CYRUS BALDWIN,, drspepsiaoweversevere or chronic..DKiTowNStMi ..- ;.-.
.; ., .in August next, between the usual Administratrix' Notice. And in order convince,ihe incredulous and satisfy '.. Justice of the Peace ,- BkDEititiT, ALB.srrT1MaylO, 184
Iflfef : ;! -i1"*<, hours jof sale,.the following property,to wit:- MONTHS after date! shall' present'my the curious: at TWELVE O'CLOCK DAILY,; :- : -fiiV I have been'4vffikted
: ; i- i one certain lot of land with the SIX A CHURNING* WILL BE MADE. for runt
appurtenances accounts and :vouchers to:;the Horn the The invited call and TWO.CHILmWN, SAVEDVery.'few severalyears'i with7(liepepEia iir'itf
? ; .; ; *k V-- thereto belonging,situated in said Town ofJack-; fudge of Probate,of Columbia county;forta fiial chine, and public see are utility tested.to It combines examine the the ma following families',indeed-in.t lact we have formj'attended.vfith.isouriiess.iofBtflniacij fcfs

.f : sonyille. and known on the plat of said' Town Bettlement and 'discharge' from the' admihstration valaabetqualitiea! : ... -.. not heard.;ofr one-that'.used Dr Townsend'a appetite,, extreme heartburn, ,and.Agmt
:, : ... i :, as Lot No. 3, in square No. 10. The.'Western of th'eEstate'of John C.'Smith,.late'of 1st. It produces batter in less time than any other Sarsaparilla in time lost any children the past aversion all kinds qtfood,- an4-fre!
r.f boundary line of said lot commences on Bay st. said. con" ntydecease&"'* *"> 'r Churn' making it and gathering it from sweet milk,in summer,while;those that did hot sickened and (what:I could eat) I Jhave been unable to| bia
; : : uCr ns. .n Northerly 105> feet.-to the JZAETKc8MIm, from three to' eight minutes, and from cream in much died. The certificate we .publish:belowis conclusive but a am&ll portioaon my'sioniaclt. ifrfedtieusualvremediesbutthey
.1 '' '< '. .., Southernmost line of Lot-No.'6, in said square 'By'Al'T; ALLEN. Ag't. leas time. -" "' "* evidence of its value,and is only anoth : had but little iw
$t '. ..:: No.101 thence Southerly 78 feet thence Eastwardly June :i 6, 1849. '6rn 2d.it'produces nioTre butter from the same amount instance of its saving the lives children:, effect in removing the complaint: Jjrasiafcedj
of milk or cream,than the ordinary method, it does
1 kl' \ 7 feet thence as
: 1..' Southwardly 2T feet its work in a more thorough and scientific DU.TOWNSErD-Dea? Sir: : iLliad4wobhjl. about two,months since try.your itjact
r :' : I t jUbenjceliYestwardly along said Bay street 243/0 Land for Sale., 3d. It is the cheapest and""lno8t convenient manner.Churn dren cured by your Sarsaparilla,of the.summer tSarsrilaandJmustay with h'tUewafidence' -

'jt ;.' : feet to the place beginning. Being bounded FOIL- ,between n ie and ten thou- ever invented, invoking the tiue,philosophical principles complaint and dysentery j one was ,only 15 : ;' but after using nearly two .botifesyl

21 S'.. .: : on the North t by lot.No.- 6 aforesaid, a'nd by.a isand.acres of"Land, 'situated' Nassau of b u tier making.;'' k" T.-' months old and the'other*3 years They were found my appetite restored and..the BeaVtbart
: portion of said lot No. 3. on.the East by a portion L'oupty, partlyiiear.Nassau; and partly near St.Mgi's 4th. New milk,afterieing churneds' sweet awl very much reduced,and,we expected they would entirely remoyed and X.wouldearne t '*
i ,of said lot No. 3, on'the South by Bay st, : .R'ers;being jortio ofthe Waterman suitable for failyUse.4 die;, they were given up by[two respectable commend,.the use.of tothose.who, hatR bViifihicted
; ; '
( 4. 5th. InsteadofeediglcaIf with milk direct r fc "
I -: ando the.West of said lot No.3. t *'
by a portion'
Grant. The above is heavily timbered pine from the churned physicians. 'Whenthelaocbri iiZiithd us 'that as I have been. Yours,&c ...
cow- *weet milk will
; : Said property levied on satisfy two fi: fa is- answer every i-j\- '** '-.Tir'.ttrf T' itf WVT lIt
land si tu&ted wemust 1osethemwe rsoied "
conveniently upon"waterjcdurses, purpose. By this means'the butter is all profit. to try yonirsailia
: .. ... : from the Circuit Court for Duval county withfthe exception of about five hundred'acresof We offer it ujron the following terms: If the Churn ,' welia bea' c'ot t h I NyB. ;Purchase none but such as b1eWP*
j j Judgements of foreclosure obtained at the May heavy hammock, land upon the St. Mary's does not prove as recommended, it may be returned little confidencej there being so much stuff advertised i m that Jiide-.the bottle icompfctclyand U*
1. : .' r Term thereof, one in-favor of John 8. :Sammis River.:. Th e.wholc pr.any."portion jiir be sold and the money will be fefunde'd. ', '"" that 'is worthless: but >wfe'-Iare'Very: :'the.written signature of AP: ,TOWNSEND[ v'Principal
: 'i and.& other in favor of SidneyJWintringham, cheap.for cash Apply to We have constantly on hand and for sale,six dlfferenlsize thankful that we did;for it'undSubltedl saved Office 126.FultonskSunBufldiafeN.
._.1. bothjftgainst.George D. Miller. *,! 83-$4/:e5.L: $9, and; 812,'capable jof : >
,WILLIAM IUMA. the liv sofboth.; I write'this that others niiy :YJf Redding &colS Staiwt'Boston jfl 7
.. ;, ,;; 'THQMASLEDWITIT churning at one time If, 3|. 5|, 10, 15tand 20 gallons'of ;
March : !
Jacksonville 17 induced & sb132othSecandst.FbilideIlu
S49. to it.-
.tf be use Yourt
I i ; Sheriff of Duval county. milk or cream. "Alw,churns of,any size,made to ;iespuIl &( ..
k J "" 'J I JOflNLSONriMyrtleavenue : S.11ance ;druggist Baltimore; 'DdroJ'
i order.
---y ,
: Jacksonville June : -
) LI tdsSherifl's
i. ; 4 :V... ._, ,. ,. 30,1849.. -- *Exclusive country rights to manufacture and,;sell Brooklyn, 'Sept.151847.rw ) Richmond' }- MhenGbai1eston VTI
THE SUBSCRIBER has leased the in the States of North and'South'Carolina' Georgia,. / ; -wtt f .Oilcans: i pa
_ ; :Sale."VTH1LL : House Mr. and Florida, for sale at about the of <
formerly occupied by Hatch on rate one hundred t Pearl il Albany Vk VanBuckirk/292 a'tO
r biz sold-before Court House door street known old dollars for each 10,000 inhabitants. ? vf v _James.Cumnungs, Esqspne of the Assistants ; (
Bay- j1 ( as "Iiart's Boarding Market 'and'Uroad-sts:Newarki.N;J w Jf-
1 ? t' YvJah :the-Town of Jacksonville, on. the House;) and is \prepared accommodate Terms--Cash: .A discount of 25,per cent allowed in the Lunatic Ayslum,Bh\ckwelUsLilandis the' and Merchants gener$By

4 'V. first Monday of August next,between the usual any'who may 'see fit.to'patronize'him, and .'.assuresthemthat tothe trade v, v .. -. .'" ,_.: gentleman'" : spoken of in the following letter-- -:' principal throughout Druggists, $he United tates.Wes1Jid1es U"
All orders, addressed tOtb&iu1izcri T ,
hours paid,
; of sale thefollowing to witS '
: : : :: $aUv .Tcnaj-ngea; ; about property 25 Years, Aray"a-:- ? >o paliis will be spared'to en ber will be. promptly attended to:., T :/', "" T, TUs isonly one of;more than four thousand 'theCanadas.- 'A,-M.'. BEEP,Agent Flond
; :sure their co'mfort.,. A commodious stable is" / --
attached 4* JackSonT1l! ,
: ; : .. : bout 12, John7j; Ldtilsw S and Thomas.. 3._ T.VpOUGLASS; Agent cases. rLeumatisiiii; ;tLat Dr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla *
: to establishment and :
very attention No.2 John street,corner of BroadwayNY.nJuly : February 1848., ly
1.i, : : & Levied upon us;the property of Joshua Hickua will bejiaid the horsesof.'thoseltravel 31-2m. *< "* ttfr $. ,.:has .cured-r-'The Iroostf severe awlCr'OrnCCLSarOWeekly. '__;:_ -_._
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may stop with him. '
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;' .. Jacksonville, E; F.,Dec., 184S.aj tfaftordate ; D ,the Ci>cm Court .
tJ : of Dura county wherein Wmi :
_ Bailey;adminis ron, ipurrauts jjl ;'OfngerFiesMSal.
: trator debonU nonof John Ballaxbi dec; is the 'i shall mon and.LobsterJo case Sardines; Olives. Capers Ooun1ajTerm,18&9t.oha .
., HicfanML PJWuUffi: nd:Bepumin A'Pntnam, William .Li'-..present'my accounts and vouchers; oa Administrator Currant Jelly, BlackberryJainJujubePasteRefined considerableiijof the time'I.could ribteat sleep .
:. Isaiali: fiart Execi tors oPjosbaai ,of the jEstatef pf JFrancisi Richard Liquorice_ &c.i jFoir salftby;"'"' Or prky fadjjhemy '
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,_ ; lcl ; *,i deceased,are Defendants.l: '' ;l4'Of.iy l County,deccasedj theHonora, t : MREED. Jamba weire teryibjy sjf bllei jha'cuicci (I. Putnam.; ); ) 'Mitchell
1 ; .t : .. : ,TUOMASLEDwj'g b'le Judge"ofPjh>bate of,8aid'coun! for k final foucjjjotyea ofyouaapj 7and theyi.utve. i. '$' vi '. -: ; MotiontoEabTisbJn4
;_. .. $8herjffofDuyaounty. !seUlen ntpfcAidjEstate nndgh atv, the. '- d6 ie n re t1iamfOzitbousa$dollars wortk ionre : ) .. 1UUt. .
: jo, 1849. :: i Ume,.apply foriLetUrs of Dismission as.same such.' ttorntWi atLatu, t of gTOd. -r am'B mnch'.D ttVf. rnddrim.; 'ED.ItEIthat, isi b COfltiflfl4 .
t Administratbr of which nU .. ,.cntireJyj'reli ve ,yjQiiKajr07.a Ofl
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-Ad iaistrator'S'Notice J ckaonilIe, FIn., this for thV.bchefit of this afilicted.7 -
V tio'of C.4 for FetiUbatJbe
i in!said Estite deiredto taka MabelIAttney
Q1X-MOISTH8 tfterdaw I shji"' ,are notice.- ,: -- ::'P' .-V i $' r.Jli my'U _
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