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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 11, 1849
Publication Date: 1838-1852
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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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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1 ne dollar pet squire,tweke tt8t.-aad !rfcp j j'tb jI L. i1'N 't izv.

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'; 'Mi a4enIemeafl1t 9- e& paid- "frI. i-v ;-cubit feet white bat'patfk tOcWtopt :;1q! sound&...D4 DeI'fect 'wood bj tne cUracO utti'aigththui1diwa'L .

bi jarCW1t01fl. B1 r fe nngTt'ris TrZkneegtatewiid&tn& t i oJ twi iJ.i4'i oOOO j g,6wl,

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.d transmhte with I d. : 40,000 cubic f )
iMrbRl wthtb ntmti'eijtkiclth 'low Pine pUnk'stotbL to a/era i forty-Ytfk lengths. USfiOflaaO f&&fKgt 12 in' |300ft feetflfeb plink,J .

trbidfor. in length and nonb less than) thirty-atec feet inches diameter
.be jiuid ntil jilo not Jsjzj1o'Inche to ba | inches wide, to beclearaadiWftll
j m& t1w iW iS 3V 5liu sirHrght but ;of the besteua1iti 1 -
J -: free from ; lisa t UNBtditsfe .:yaJjsw e l 1U14. sdl'$3 *

FEdlIar will be'cbrgi'd for itt announceuofcandidaurs : cubio feet yellow plank may reteiitaAamra1ts erof.th reci The 2 eet 000/eet- ;asbi.plank, l iwlica tbjc )iaeir* ;
other two sides.rbliued: of parallel t tftla wide
and
I&bIaidJ4 upwards to clear.afid
stocks atcbkfeeptothbus ,
; ; for.ofcoe.. ,. ._ b ob well ; 04:
Monihi. i $10 00 1Uitor A 000,1 *3iLiTTirT-jr5ww'3J; ( &> -1
Si
lot 30
plees YelldLOtnlthEer tGOUfee bpatI fcw&
.e. :
Gtb1irt. **
at
cents cubiafoJt -
,
'!EatIo; Debtors i and Creditors, t : 7005'XJO' 1 pine, r per" il T agfi i v;;, of it ef wide, tobe clear and well maned. 5

hr1eitm fdr > : the butt b tamtt. rlUr; ati 13 t oS -1350 Jfeadigipk* Wrt ftbiii9*** I

AB reli wb notice* wQI be inwrteij iratui-; .hi less than twelve inches suare, ,clear or wane. ;to 9 8i '
I ff No more sai *th4fi 1'one-eighth of the 3000 feet ash ?
1
plan
IK
irM' b1 alth InthickI9 to 18
cpe3'. 8 ": ''sed tWtbot QJkrwb 6rct4sI d1R73ifi2beT. ,$o0
addreiced through the k
'AII rommwricat.jn.1 must be toC. be the <$0 Sfcaf go thsm,5fam PinarUtituV -.dui $1141 kl ; ftQ Zif i. th f .
contract to sent to agent at .
:; 7jitLCTT. v'oiiig paid..jj. navy
; for execution. io' ilifjfeiftBirfii.sWaVWPP 500 fest 4 i h asiplaiik; bor .iare.

.JrAll: jdjUb MT 1fiinfieaLialc'i; .. W1tt ; &ffflft'f1' A. B. low 1e ) o4'Gein- 2to Yel.40. font 9 Wlmjr0Ua PJMipift;" .-,. -:
b'CitooNtt; S aa&ji&iiisi''i oil t i m*$$9fr-aoti& &i&f fc t4biim -
feet iou&Jo9zPe 18 w 24.In wk. ,. ,> 500 do 2 do I
Job be aid thft Chief. of- "do Ii2OQ
AfjWt tor riming jmuri f on ? Bureau, Con 11 '?*'
tEatp1 41tjijjIo
'gtcet iaallto i d.&ui.

4,elitetY id 0fthe. fl work.. ...j .... .-- '; .. -.'J..J! .. Washln'Weitheu4ergtedrdlde o" $ of1f.. All the above YelloV .Pine Timber.to be oft ibibe1andiu1 square j ;

!tqu t and l n) J,dtfemeetfds w.p iIp P.R SdPbOdkz; W be of the 500 do 13 do do, i
pItlPOSAIS.) to be saw a t>ff square to sound,and LGO ,do21 ixtLdO brda di:1t
; thai in case tfte Foreg6mg md Of e : SJ< > > CCI A'j

be ceptedith ?j1IIW1MD1fi4i $ 'l.. 4ta
U-.P' ij3 ;
TLrIEEU, Ax., FOB TUB % fects to be hewnto.a/aic length, by the oot -
to1 after the veceiptothcctrctt tbepo3t office 4BI.' tit c ; eUge, and to have no ,
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in said* eiwjute tHfe sHme' .. longer ioo
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designated bidfj; oJ ,
NAVY PIP4.ZTMEir f 4
: with and sufficient sureties to face fronr eaen.ccraer. ah jthe eubica coi Liii. jenbbytbe'fot1i i.thVd-
fuipish.lhe } : 1
good : 2,000 feet board measure No. I WhIte cPlne |
BirtiW nfCcKStructioXjjEgvifment and Repair, with the of all sap to be: 'icluded in'ihe 50 white ash oars, 15 feet long, sta fett
articles proposed 1 in .conformity ,terms 1 inch boards, to fie clisr of ill defects, such as neasttremeat. of t.I ln -;
Jowl 13 1849. 0 thetImber.t'4j' ;; t Iengtbj byt..tb*foot.
of(he adertiaeett wzlcn ir made. irn1.t i.k Cl>
unar was 1, %J plt% sh e itwns, cojra e f 1., 3OQ bite ash I .
priposjils1; endorsed- "Proposaisfo? : : : quality wood, holes and uneven sawinr c ? 1flth3 in oars,14 fees .long cri42OQ feet I .

SEALED; Or Lvnbtrt as the:cast may be f (uaMng <' : E.F.Itattbsthf1 p rjVhoullna- e l di&Ve? Qwrfaodaofe \ ? !lofcet length, by.the.fooL Inp1d'. ii1

; the yard for which the offer is intended,) ; : fl &tf&iWl' AmittePiiia squsre I incn Ata uprarda at the xop ends, ,; :

fill be receited by this Bureau. until three eidge&nd belief,!the :above, nitoeUrguarabtork 6ne.' inch: bbte'iohaVe not m5fe' 300 white
ash
('clock, P M.,of the fifteenth of August next,1 for are good and sufficient.. J.nr 4i1nLs fdlte1. 'quality, long letf fine grain freVfi 1 1iArt o rsl2 feeUo3 MtrIu

famishing and delivering,, under contract, at Nat y Agent; : feet; to be clear of'alf& shakes t_ t ., wind. smkesrahd.alT- -Tof other defects f toOT All the* legtby the"ju .I3Ii4 U t : '

.tSfte tttl nary yards hereinafter named,the : iiijej. .. . -' rot, shakes, splits holesnd>uneven aawiBgeoama. nrxrwreresrA*]! 9i'th .thftbest f0rego1ngssli.Umbeandplto! baof

timber,lumber,and other articles.eiubru ced ,iathii NAVY YARD, KIXTERT,f I Allf. ,> Jl43Mn4th .. 1ottfI tr audt hare no more sap than shakes nality hita.ash,frw ftoat-Jfecste j
n4lj the breadth splits >
ddrertisement. One-fourth of the whole CLASS'. fr&cefr\Hn eaci corze;and ,andjalloth|rdefect, .
1st ,
sjaintity re tiiml at cash navy yard,must be de! Cherry, Black alnvt, Cypress, !I the vttvfvw-vvuiaitj of Jilrthe7 ssp to be excltidedinthameis g.433 No. 7. .

kmed on or before the 1st July; one-fourth on White oak knees j (by t/te.sidedjnch.) : :. 1Jdcut; 4c !e .. .l mentW Hetimber! 'Apro- wAueOaic Tik :t 4, I tA\51.I.b t I"

or before the 1st September; tMourth 011 or be- 600 White ?Oak,knees,,(or,4,500 aided inches,) portion thet abiT tiwkFv&f'b9bcad; ; with ) cUbic/oct.
SQOcubic feet White %.sh W from 30000 cubic feet'white
November and one-fourth before third be '>'inches the ;a fair curve of 6inches spring6fieWajr f oa plank stock.per '
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f retu li t ; on or the net siding of one to the '
i4 stick. .:.Eti'( wvaiAO ., i *' t'bi&fot! ; ; v .. !
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thcaOth December, 1S50. In case of failure net siding of one third to be inches and the j" 4.

to deliver the articles within the times and in net siding of the other,third to, b.e,9|jnbhes ; the uneterin the 1e middle'taci of the 'tW'1ea of'rkrutha ;: The aforesaid 'plank stocks" ai'pro&tieu. 'bi ? uai- ,, uuf ::4.. .
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ou'tIbbiii1.-
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ihe i proportions specified, tile Bureau or'the se-' arms te be in lengths: from S feet t'O'o find -. b. feUed'beUeen'the 1st of
cubic foot. .a-THtSKJKrjai-j-.i
terdco.uHUiid.uis 10 nave the.right to supply 6 inches;' the bodies'to oe in lengths from I iOOfeet.* October and the. is i .t; I,. C r'-(9.have n& d I J3t

Hiseucins by purchase and the contractor andhu to.T&i averaging 6 i .feet.to grown within uat t 1
bo in twice the 'I'h. hn1 ;i. Bided to the dItnetdr of' inch thick*to average 16 chE2tusand t be stripped of thbark Qf bwed yvith1D
g'jreties to responsible coniwi he !> ** i oj
feet boa&We&tfe?
pnce.Alltuetiaiber. the armYtheYnling site taken'at the middle of ; ? days after it is' MId fidd. l tVigt 0 :l
20.000 feet board 'rj i
ni other ar'icles must leof the length of the arm, .(clear of bark.) Three *f *-; ;*measure> White'AsVplanV, pnli 'I- .. ; .
2 inches' thick fd&rdths.1stir .
per. thousand .'.1L rr? iL J24 t.tZ I
the very best qualify,und subject- the inspection fourths of the siding or diameter'is to"be'con'sidered ". :Jj' '3 -* 'J(; .<.) .)i IcuEizjo4.' :- ,, i HW
anl measurement established for the government -the.nefsiding of the.kneb 4: 3O0OiLn'd
500 feet board Cfierry'pUnkr 2 in. Wfia'iifiii .. .
ot the several navy yards, printed rules T,.The.moulding size of the,body, ip the middle ches measure'l4a, 1 )*1 I3 i* ii't7 r'ii"ti '- *P"PUJWIE j :
thick to afera'g inches wide .
of which may be obtained on application to the of its length, to be full one and on'd-half'the net"aiding M'W '-perthoofand 3 yellow pine 4c1a,92'267..flh1E..f' : .
feet board eazre., cfeetof spar I Ieigt itt
4iff rent. omoundintg or agents. All said of the kneel { ,
navy 50'fce
timbers >
feet boaM, Black Walnut tlong, lynches parallel = rlJ i aiSriifdst'rtha
)
1,000 cli
measure, < o
Umber lumber, and other articles must be en One-half the above knees to,be square,and 3 yellowip JI
boardSj 1 inch thick IS inches wide nefli9k8.orfi2lft1fttbi9.feet of sjpar I fi ch'e.iid .
to average loi-| iiV
id f the
tirely satisfactory to the respective comaian- one-fourth to form an angle from''eighty % i J t 5 l **t'rf 'f* tfmber4"5fcetlon ||6inchesparallel. 03" 1i;
-per thousan4.feeard measure. stck.4 They must h *A vj vr u i j 1 .
dinta. ninety degrees; the. remainder to formanvan; > ., .1.500. feefcra .'feure Black' Walnut 4 yellow pine sticks/ )j 1.035"cubic feet of spar Co the.grpwth'oy
The white timber must be rough squared, gEe from ninety to one hundred degrees. timber 73 feet lo25 1toWS\\ 'a I .
inch" inches U fr
1 tltc) to $ pIe ]4 i ch 1d % P L iU1
according tot he growth the tree, to have now.iiie The length of'the arm to b'mea r&1fz'rt1the ibousanVfeet boaeaue .* ;'j'rtttt' K iff vr .
exceeding o..e-.ourtb the width ouhefacu back of the body as moulded by,the,:angles -per ob feet board B1t fziit pfaflk 4 yellow pine sti4kso'7cubic feet of spar ; lityfr from ;
r
t
of the si'\lft ..b squared. All the yellow pine given. inches thick', 14 Inches4 timber, .65 feeOdngV finches U. from
I 2 to' average wide,-per crooks, and all other defeci1Ta&&{&
timber must be or the lest quality of long leaf 2d CLASS. "" bu f{ 'W' .4* -& tti f'-v> ; : *- ( : ;t
thousand i'eet .board measure., /| Cent's of the'sap ehall be eiclnded inicm
fiit; grain, bout hcmy el low pinCjto be. hewed to a Lumber "Stidrd i ?ziYe ") peYtIi 7A. .iO.OOO; fe'et board 'measurk; Cypress-(i boirxis; 4 yelloi. pine iticl or 4G8 bIofet f. stu.I tttwtaif ifi s jp. i/ivc: g iJ&ai iu 47.iTT '
(
Car and b.ive than I 1rT.t
to no one- .thibe 5 '
edge, more .
s.ip thutt t-- $-i .7''l.ck.r xf-Ti. ff
I inch lick from 20 toO and from
eighu.tthebreathh thetace from eucb Corner 's 'saridyeet. feefloig 4 yellow pine .. tlc of' : 1nepromscuqns*1mber: to 'o i,?? 'p
8 to 12 inches thousand fee board Ititiinber74S
widcr-per.. spas meeiaUiu :tffeet.i v i.nira9.'steti.v.I::
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the couteuts of .ill sap to be excluded in the feeildnlpiS > <
; 5-inch
2,000 feet, b8ard measure, 1st. ;quality measure. inches (rea I 14 t

measurement of the timber. The oak must be ..clear .White Fine plank. 50-picccg Yellow Ixxrjjt from 12 to 25; feet .i'vr but vl fi, -.v iir\T L*' .'> ci v sti tVayeragVl : .
?
felled between the 1st ut'October and the 1st of feet bosrd tat cj Ally44nchclear 2 yello% pinesygka, orj.47 cubic feetof, inches. rmztTonA 'u
2,000 measure, long, and from.10.to. iy.inches diameter, to,Average spar
.
have sqazedaccording
March, and musi grown within sixty mile* nmberjSi f to.i e groDrthof Ttnei
White Pine plunk. etlong, from
the 1G--inches.K.
14.iqches 4iaqieer, cle.tr j'f bark, ,in V to have'Ii&
of the sea coast must be stripped 01 the bark butt. waneexceeding l $iheVidt- -
j or 3-inch th. "
Hithin 3,000'feet, board,measure, 1st quality middle of the sticks, or 575 cubic ie.t-per cu a JJ.J. !'I && face of the,sides as eouared ,tn h.Ar: 1 j
hewed after it ? a
twenty days is felled 4 yellow pine sticks ,
or.flfiR 'uh
f -
t. r
clear White Pine plank. W : -.. -
bic foot. ,. .. .. .. yequa4y
.
Lree'f'rom
and clear oi the ; .eart.sbakcnd
placed ground which :
: satisfactory -
3,000 feet, board measure, 1st quality 2I4* 6 pieces Fustic, three fe t long .and .sixteen 'tuui6tir: .72Jtt *2 inches,parallel. bd -
evidf
ace must be given by (he contractor, inch clear White Fine plank. inches- diameter 17 cubic feet- cubic 4 yellow jpine'stickSi 0&..5.74, cubic feet of.spar i cut
say per contents of the
by(he production ftTtific.UfS signal .sap shall be exc1i4ed 1% .
by two 10.000 feet board measure tat quality 2-inch timber, loug22.inches; parallel the ,
;
respectable witnesses. with :beir deposition ; 1'oot.1.200 I . -.. measurement. **f> ) .. '
ou Aljpf-thejiboveYelloii
clear White Pine platik.: Pine .tinbet'IS
feet board, measure, cedar.board., 15 spar .
oath, within befres.snieju.Jgiaoi the ih court or magistrate .. 10,000'feet, bo rd.measure, let quality. lj to 2'5 feet long,and from 8 to 12 inches widen to be'onne !best; quality,free from.heart shakes, ..bTke r-v--. \j ytfHim.BW&Mjai l>V,p2Cfn! f, -

'timber feiled.township or county where the inch clear White Pine plank:'
was 6,000 feet, board measure, Istr quality \\fainchcleur.White board. meiiS'ire 91 '--t .. tiiakedgeju4 to have.OQmOi'esapJban 1-6 Octoper.and: fst Marc ,la mustjKiiTaJigrowa C
Persons off \ t -
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?riug for nioi e than one yard, must t oX.thftbrea idti cr-t ejfape.from-esch.cornerPT-, within,6Q miles of the 6e4 )aiL
.- Pineplank.- All the Ash,Cherry, &c,above deicriped to %- iflji"ba-atrip- d .
wktttparate tach. and distinct proposals for the supply 1,000 fret, board nieusure, jlst Duality' ll i be of tba very.best qIIlitycLearQf4qt., fplits; Those pjeees i rkjdfroni itau&f an for oa fthbfkds'lew dwiihrn *30 the
tj keeping classes of articles sejHtn.ter Inch clear 'Cypress plank.- t *! shakes, knots,crofiagrainvorm boles,stains.&c. yIr4daapd; mast theijHme at the battcsnd -itis 4 '

cud embracing the whole quantity of all t lie articles 1,000 feet,:board meiisure, 1st quality 1-inch Theplantand boards tube ,edeventiek- lined"fil : j.aper- .4otcsio.8.jIsp 03 91 -,

utkc ckts. The cost ot'euch hew must be distinctly clear Cypress, boards. '" ''. ; nesses.. ..' JMan (-' e off,-the, large plefieffM j44f.inchejtaJidjtheamalleat White Je ( SB
(9QY.d.easUre :
carried out, und-the aggregate of each ,0,000 fett, board measure, 1st quality 3-inch' I to' !U iUChbyitbCt3.bjO; (OQt.f .

eltii correctly footed up, which is wteri.iI to u clear White. Ash planl .. : OtAsNO.4 ; :1. -: i.*( : .. .
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fair comparison of.bids. An erroneous ex ten- .2,000. feet, board measure, 1st quality ,2) BlackSprucepar&azd !I -&j' vie 4 .--39t '. Ul <- ... >::500.feet 4.inchcleari whit* pI-i'p7 sea* .

.HOB eran erroneous aggregate will constitute inch clear White Ash plank / -' -i ; F- '. z iT aeaaoned,12.to 1efesoni. .

uiBferittality, and wiliiiot be considered, 6,000 feet board measure, 1st quality.2-inch 25 55 60 i-I 4.1 tiX biw
spruce to feet t
span long of
Softwusion of time deliveries under any clear White Ash plant 30$eceV37.fe.e>.long* ftehe t dtonretsr? in tionate size '' proper- .700 Yeet 4Undi cle r irhi III
the.middle Sincbetdiumeter. the end per epjiri .
Irict will at top .3uiJChe *
begr.inte&and ibr
penalties
non.fvl1nieut '
2.000 feet, board measure, list quality 1% 11.40 ; d2tO61StIOtj, uan.,
a rVth bark-be cli 24Oi' : ofpo ,
will iu ill c.6e* be rigidly enforced; inch clear. White Ashpl; nk j.pnehaii'to wsf&fljt tities.3, ii&ai-X ITjfi-r 3/i:> .
35 feet Inched ftdme'ter pe1par.--------------
bIdden artLhn ar thyare-, liicrfiure, requested furnish to offer within lor no be not less than 20 inches wide. iha'mliMe pieces: J inhe;$Idnfcl tfiimeter1 &tW. tffr'&d in,' 500. inches,Spruce spars,16% ;to 9% inches,-per- rfa 1OO0Iee-34n* b clear"whit* Pide4t4'I8 in- .
sure they can chesiddeyaSioltffMfiocar
2)000) feef, IJoard'measure, 1st'quality!!J i f" incK. ? g. \bal .
clear,of the. :ii.p4&t Infeh fitfitich : fc 5.
te t.we blIt: : t d. : inch dear WMte, Ash plank j cnehalt'to -- rfifa tUaefc f ,co{ Iwl 3 t fr)2i.sKir MiwTeil .:
lie price of all sawed lum- 30 pieces; tt'feet longer ia4es"dMe itf -; I4isN.8; 200o
manufactured or be not less than 20 inches wide. ( ... .ZI 1 I ;
!Iff.will. be. and determined :; the middle, 4J incbVs diain'eter..t 'tend -- ,
estjautcd by l-inch' .Inhex.wtdt2 to ld .
b6krd measure' lit '
3.000 feet, quiility1 : ibr:4L.: C. Jfettlokreaua1 -t :
clear.iHe loKch ,
aik4 _
'
1ird ) e n \ ;
twuure- the and round timber.tolesi t2fltitiesJ4s / e't tI t
hqiure < clear WhjteA8hh0tP'd.. i.
otherwise specified, by the cubic foot:1 hoard 1st 4-inch .- 46'pieces, 27 teetlong7 6...inches diameter t i j 4ash.logsjk"feej| | Tongja 20 to 24 inches 1,000 1e t244.zicli Ol J
500 feet measure quality
App roced sureties iu twice the estiuiuted a- ;Black, Walnut piipk., the middle,4 inches tJijinjetei; akhc opcid, X.1 j 'tliajueterj$ OjslincheJVP: il inch. .f iitfehA> *idey'J2 to liooaeee 4 ,- i
1ut in the : clear of the bark-per inch, 240 inches. J300 inche8 i umraah iimber 25 to 24 Inches 4
manner et forth in the form of .i4u.11titieS.C x
in ih
board 1st 3 j
500 feet measure,; quality < ? : .
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&* 100 piewH, 25 feetlo'nff; 5 inchw dmmeter in | diajneteri pernch.t! | ,
cpntMct, will b required, and ten per cen- Black walnut plank. < 12,000 2-ebcleatib1t .p1 i-t4 1v&1j .
;1a_addition, will be withheld from the u- .feet boiirtl pjea'snro 1 st'quality"2-inch the middle;3 inchel UlunetJcr lit the topeh'd! 200. n 4ih-timber, 24incheirdiametef '!ide-12-td 1 ;
,
.outo ) .1,000; clear of the burk--perinclf, 590 inches. i perjinch | i '18 -
e.tC collateral ;irs.
payment as security Wulnut ttT 1 ,
fBlck> phnk.v .,, .
100 20 feet, 4 inches diameter 200 inches round ash 26'
w the fiiithful perlbniiance of the contract. poles, long, : in ; timber incfies'Jdiamj- i iej2l4 !
50Q-feet, board, measure,, lit quality;T 1 *- the middle 3 inch w'diarpeterX the end C : ler. rlifioh,1 & I '' I f '?;" > Ii
ttj per solum f Citth delivery will be paid ihW Blafc' 'Walnni pUnfi '; lop 'Z-. incbes.wide,1. 6f iIe' feet lont.equa1 I
tytletnvy clearof the barL-pei poTel bythe; 4le .
'withiu
after the
agent Ibmy'dAyg 2,000 feet, boa'd measure, 1$ qwiltyl4nch fsk'of j ; ,
f*$ it4tionof approved billfy ifi tripUutei All tho 'above sp tn vlrp aqualitj.

e pmai.indantof theyardat which the delivc .- Black Wy"-} ) .fGi5oq straight and free t'rQcA.l1 defects. J>l /- ;-! l.t i I \ lljil.1
-.s4In-Iqe.turnip. > : ,,Ic -. NAV lYA %DJ:4iOOKLYN'M ,) wideqpi4 t tft1s' ;: ;z rtz' I rM

vry Offti,musLbej1oeoupanie4 by a written: )11 ; '1 ,,.- >s.-.ift tJcAsiNovIimtft .51 'J 1500 feet ash pank,3% inched thick,20.inches 10,000 feetli-inch. Tearwfiltephis, 13 to 14

i1nty,(the responsitjility of the guarantor ofstohecertffiyd'to AV wide, boiml ineasure periOOO ieet. tio'.je ( 1-o4 : Jspq 1 ;
? ? by a niiTy' geufoV C.A5 No. I. t,ah kincbcashickf 31' inehea

hrci4periou, or by 0/11114 one Renown tvthe While OI iir:' Life Oak keelson pieces for,a -fritpfie.ut wide, board rneasurt per: 1000feet _:

&;reij that if the offer be accepted the bid- 4d ./i. . ._ ,L Yf4p,0oc %olI9wji I 1500 feet aspkjaiuchLth1 k lncbe1 ". 4It CIlkEWId 12t : :-
-Q biJde1 will:' iiiu % yVuftei{the're'J culic feft.Ybte Oak p'an' std -tt2t ptiae fta9)gj wide, bo rd measure, per 1000 leeUM- c. fLjJI -i 1t4

r ct ut the pyst.office designated, ** 1drfytliee ie i1 lelith. k& 2 Uo 35 do 175 1500 feet ash plank, 2j% inchest, hick, iOincha33l 1- 1

Ut he aloe With good and sufficient,sure- feSS thin -?,--?, -, JjaTjrjrr none '. .2dn fr4.i rLt! cdxjic; ) B t RiJ%.Plfl'1.PC?iOOG1'eet. ,

lt sin to twelve"inches' square at-the end. clear' otwSneV *, .r'4P, 21.dp 1Oji ..d9ir1rii1L2) 2000 feet ush plank, 2incbeuthi4kfl; inches -- quandtI & I& .
THe StWK W b fldgbt t ba> M
1lragpecifie4 bi ; t4r ;tisewciuaud do r4q1; .i ,tiii.Tp wide, board-meustttej: ISOOJeeL :
L1YbVeu1bolied in the nontjuet.$ ; Th !fl be sidd;Sajpchfftsncl mflilde4l8iJ9ti 1000 fetttai 1ncm\o O '

V Oth ngustarepirHcalari 1g46rW1sPropu$4lnuIGrnp4nitLby fair curve, the other way ; both sides may be EtcWDftbes int6n4 iiJt
ti J lined tapering iii''tonYo'hbUy'wubUheryrottiof pisCesto.ke warkc4l. 4.l 1dJug0ikI$ 2000 feet usb plank, 2U inc i8; #

the*rei 1L I MMto\ u &aX8iif9tr six inch moulded, iLj4jmepJqn jpnllownnii wide, boardlmeasure p*1000ft t.W 'P ia4'iflkt1il "" 4

,; iaers r abtiwie ur im ii14OOO
; Jeet. .feet .
gboId! $ ytj&LCguial .' ) boirdm'feifeureVperlOOO :
from Iettera UIjhe cqbi&ctj IV hit, M pject jj cii prppePu4 ;Ju will 1500- --feet ash p1ah ifaehVVthiak.'l a'A ci 14 '

tentrLbsTIom 25 to 40 ieet longl'uiTt rbnVl o with reference.to this wide. boardeaHure, per 1000 feret.tJ'ilJi -

& in'fc ''iiqQarV. elLWiflOIou3 U the.dl Hrrungement. DOS fcet.n,ulprabkj; a tino bes iip inches .
Oak eIfOi
Lire keelson
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:oe.uot'aa'in kbBti41It3'iftd erent lengths ana sues-per cubic foq I1 14I arofth3ilWt : ; wide, rUOD0tbt. 12 feet long2.ki5jt1n14ta,2OOO .
1ihtr,1wiltbe'd&iufa7ws1. 40 White D-ik knees lor cheeks, (suy 420 si- t1tlis'ee gets,) us tbllows7 : 2000 feet & ; hihe2000feet
patt1 hp1ws tobe : i8-pec i'2& feVlcBgpl i'iubio feet. .
s Q p 4igJe ueti 6 flfr 33 do 4QtII 46X1UI.IL mrcbaaableAbft .
f'otheiKht to.tenfect bug; Li1gr'oinEt'u1k'tO 3
duly u dfic0TiC
..,, 1e4 ttuuut deIty tel 1nae 'anli U Tbi &QUnglerougb Kp
$ ) ii1 gl9tvksa uh pli. YVkt. :

L4ca tbr0UgUch1tlieyfdStr tObE sided to the thanwter ot'e. arms, lnolqa&teqrk .-- wid --- -- -- .

,*fldtheitiat ageUttGWiOA tb430OD ? tli11ftiIkUtfl 12 -i i

'g&1j Le4jI ,
4'yoa1"oF fifteen to .twenti inczea' iper g-i ,- % 3d6: dI :

9Efl311G1bOJ %tiM : I1i I4OtIR4bs _& b&urpe1OQtMt1 -

-WbU5TU ,-'--- 184g.A& thehtte 2000 feetssh i -
I a 3J i't $ -- .OLWtt.,, (c O9ji JGyAle4ikncoui4 nlank.-i1 Inches $1110 inches ;
: inches,) arms not. less than fonr inches 4tme. eet.I I .

ter clear of the bark and the eTUfi&1S8JbO' 1 them with 'eference totbIs: arrawtThq ;qo ::4d6 .- d ; 4Ei-zj : &

.4 wWtbtte MM1aeft1t ((Nb' WbqcL1e b&ft&$pvolIcbii Wqnir4p iMtii : & : et 4 4..do do. de : ,J

t Eqinft44aN jIt4D % 2q0et ash pian JM thickta


defects whic lt may Impair tp4MtpithI4C4


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; 4i "' -1 "--' .I" Ii ...tf..t.Ai ;Jio1.J to 24 iwkta iai c" .
fltt' 'ft. i \ 500, or one-third ba'fto&SO w49k$1on&ffOJ .. u dath.
; "R -l -J hczr..1 '** 'diameter.1, t T. ..Diece' 4thes. th1e :,:25, inchd. tOiip fosbt w.ij
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." it 53:TOHEh Hickory btrs.\13 feet long,t3 uueIt'.l SOOjOrone-thirdfotojSl 4 to r" ', d '.. '" tapjih. :M7
,.r. ;5j2fetbofebutt: "' diameter. .,.fc JTi. .-J'lK' .,-; .2 pieces*;.''aI.1 es'thick, 25.blcf.' ,1'Lf.-H nIthe 5-l. .'f' i.t. "

i i;.'; f.J IG3bigb' Elck rj.baz $l'f UoDg_.' :' All t.be JrWl2 tosO' mt in IMicdlantovsj vri& f *fc- '. ** store QQTl"-l.wa1uJ! IlIA'

Ll fr) \'. slachesro Oftlb. ): "w : : :, 4'ptecjel'eachpllnch.WckJ::: 12 inches aewRIfsqi..kffl .
c-s'3 der cI 1lIc1
1-, -" 'M; 180 fnL ._. ., :'
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:: *s ,'J w cpm kor11J ni ieetionij.to squire : -j. *= ;''- J' ." _. :&, .. iA.J.\4L'.
4 ': )'li{ ..3iacheal'W ff!? buU !:'L'" .(board. measure,pefthousandfett. 4p1eceeChPCC'4InChes. 12 inches I ther.nth" .$ UaJaill. ". "::01' -"

:, !.* _*, ico..fo Hickory: r, f long; '. .) Wide 9 feet long,'134.&..n.J JACKSONVILLE 11 '1849,: Indian goods. .'Thls stors.wVs '
AUGUST
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ti
J inches thick 12. inches ,
t. .w '. Clinches.rl ( &pieces, each :piece 4 ..,.
"It .. I 65 miles E E. '
ft..JJnch Yellow: lar -- ; S. of hls
OO.RP. pane1boad& : '-- ''''4'1'' pUcof
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f be split straight,from the best quality l "WI Ii f etlonE,64 feet _1,
:]: ,I fwhItebesrVhIckOr7freefrOm.kflO3$1d1 4H '.500 .2 do BlackW a1JIt .do 'do'.ih1' i .I ;each ri ce 3| .1n bet144 42:..inchejwide.8 .v ?,, ..,!._*eBts of OTroeps. Pesse Creek. .; W-iitt.
I; =
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q '. 500 /ill; dodoj'1.AI 'ttdod ',
; .thIrd1'ct' 1 feet long,54 feet :. The:!lui.smP :ofrnonnted I bate ecnersed 1rlth.
k. 501l' OH. :ft iiifJ'hY 'c1M1''Or U yy oitgwi MNHm*<* jp3"t! r.IIW"
F- '. : 'x" .;CgprUI, (board measure.) 500;!;! "; H"dq 4: d9Mk} :do JJTJ: i1dIOth 1 o ,.(1tth ot.n') "I".1.,:: militia mustered:int9service ,i in':'this formsme tbIttbeAttaek"

Fi...' ',.J4., ; 11. # MO SJOOO* fett do of Cypress do boards li% Inch' thick.doBl&dcWfdnutt : ;T1ie'who1 the to pnht ba Inspected rules issued sn&zes by the red Bureau agreeably'io ;jj Dg gii( iil.f .)ttUll; place, on),Tuesdayilastj-rieave l *today, being whites difficulty'preirfousto'thestiier between U&. T lW''

r; t;. one a copy of which1 will b6 famished bidders "1,000 feet of ." :4 inches'..fa'be 12 In. (Saturday,.) "under':command.. of Capt.LEDwITUfOr1S1. .: 'Mt.1i.ft." ; Ii
; ? : ; (boardmeasure ,)per .1 Ufj; .. ". no1nouiIIage
; artO
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p 'iiai t .
-, :l>y the commandant of the NavyTari, Washing- chea ni b Agu ., ILiiI adweiateI4btg,
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rr' !!., :t hundred feet.HI ,tou.. ", :.% .i ,...' '.J'!. ....'.[ ,11'\1 "t! .:.!'J ; O f et.of b illnch thick 'tt1 tif: IQU.u) .t! sitions from him and his wife. I- .

L'r. t fMt 4:x 4-inch'bis k walnut.joist. good ; ;." NAVXVYABD,';GOSPORT, VA.J.tb -I,0OadOi 1 :'t'4 /do! t. aHI-.p4ri1 'R there- --,1iIo offered to the United. Statescommanding The inhabitants Hfflsborcojtt. kl
f -? 'and dry. ., fJ E. jH ''IOOO'do'l-Jil.4c1o11Li & 2: c10J1 kt.f ,rl'it1 llJa ceoat*
QiCL N2'1 officer but if
S : its services Abandoned their
i t: '1 4t U, r set 449h black walnut plank,'good .and ,, it v' ; i tTo be 16;J 8.an4 20.1ncb$dLU21 homes aDd aTe, sss \.

;! t 'l '., -dry;'12 to 18 feet long,"12 to 18 inches White: Qakflu.< .t ipef., Mcfc' .; : a ,. :r proportions w each,'by.:.the,foot,_1 are not .accepted/thevcompany. will. points mostconTenient totheir, .

p d .. t. ;... .'t.. .. .wide., S 30,000 cubic feet White Oak plank stocks, ,_'O.b-t"-t j *<> 6?CtJlss No.6. f 'M <-''Y J f200Bickory march.dlrect. ..r, forFort! ..'Gatlin.A ', ." and are.erecting Block houses ssd K A!

I'4.,.A I f':. .,1I : !; ill feet. 31-inch black walnutptank, good and 1.000 do 'cIS promiscuous timber. "'i i ; each.Sfeetin length,t W the safety of their families."s *

$ c:;4 .io;. ." '.,,i. dry, 12 to 16 feet. long12; to 18 inches To be rough squared y from 30 to 50 feet in -" .,4J inches "uare't the butt end,and-not company:of'.Alachua county vol.uitrebas'1kt 1twill be .

i i1 t ... wide. 1cnghtoayerae41 feet in:length;.and not to .1 *4; lesTthan t inches the small;end.: ''Ton
;J, 'j., : ifj' fett 3-inch,black walnut plank good' ands be less than 14 inches square at small end. fr' "Coffered for by thei c 'n'> .;: .' ,r.' the; report \of,baying..een hdiaas
I'4.kf .; : f: ',dry, 12 to'10 feet long,. 12 to 18 inches WAite Oak thick stuff for and trUe .' iw -t.I f>.U,''i. J1ff"'ii:! ** "*" K ** command- of .Capt. JAS. G. DELL (or heard'the ty
'& Y.. caps .ut.I rf1 .!; .i. o.r (f tf t-t IJtt. Pease Creek and Marion war-whoop is false. It.
.4 '. .1I.r.d *4nch black k walnut plank good wiZ e.- .J.v,_. Lignummtafbgtketon 0/2,540 pounds) ; ,: another from contradicts. another pernicious
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&: ',' I '. ad dry, 12.to 16 feet long, 12 to 18 inches each feet 18 ? ** tl '1't'" *vaT county will'shortly follow .,
.J .', wide.. 10 piecei piece'21 in length, inches a toii i r & iAr porti fl or '--- .*a **&* i 4ail. I.Z :*" wide, 10 inches thick or 232 cubic feet t ?":fo1lindICf3,4 5" '1 's '. .: ,.
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s : 'l ; t.\ CIO fcet24nch black walnut plank, good anddry 10-:pieces each piece 19 feet in lengthy 14 Inches p"and'IQJn; .. .. h&:v't'to"k i'o'wt'v s3 S '.L. lre_fl 1 Wr..tl ,10 denied any patticipatiiin
inches
18
crh FI :" ? ..;, 12 to 16 feet long, 12.to wide, 9 inches thick or 162 cubic feet; .: n. ;, 1re' dan.r'iiefect. J The steamer.Sarah Spalding arrivedyesterday We have many letters rrom.o
wide.110 t. i
itI Ip f' 15. 1eahp1ece17 feel in length 14 inches Z j' _
: )1' : feet linch. black walnut plank' ; good *.*; wide 8 inches thick]or 200 CU'bIO feet', NAVYYBDPEN8ACOIA.. 'fi m$Lake 1 Monroe/( bringing nected with. 'the eJped ion..fte
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; : sad dry, 12 to 16 feet long, 12 to 18 inchss 15. c ; inches "< _CLASS No1. "'._ J' .' "
.4. pieceseach llfeetih'length.: 13 .
r ". '., wide.. intelligence that the. whole frontier settlementflPaje FPie._.8jy_Jtate, they "..sawin -
wide, 7 inches thickta*120 cubic :feet.9Ff White Oak' Timber! (by the cubic. .t.) -,!
;i. 111 feet 11-2-inch black walnut plank good VJ2 i 'iU'J ""Is 'I' ,-4 5.5 "- j the ,- .
pp?'. ;.:J.laaddrJ,12to16feetl long, 12 to 18 Inches Aite 'Qak'of: Hickory mW:: butts, .for 2,500* cubic feet best)quality* white oak>plank, deserted. -- --,- ;: the- planters retiring ; ; whole-route., So f r ( ht.

': stocks, to "forty-five long/and none into:the villages.Numerous In.difiiIi i fw with i
i i y i-*i* r r* f,. Wide. : oojs.. average ingan !!? ? Bily.i BOIegJ
1M fn" l)(-lnch black walnut plank, good less than thirty five feet long; to square from iie:have ,
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4; !t A! and dry, 12 to 16 feet long, 12 to.18 in h"I 4 pieces. 29 feet in. lengthYbS the piece.. \. .thirteen to fifteen inches aid average thirteen . seen over the whole l the authority of cal: Kx w

f- ..!,'. ;;' wick 4"do 14 do do. ... at top'end S ." s,. ; 1i.* country.', who was told by Capt.CAIST for
and 4 'do 10 do ;do:' : ,';' a. 'CLASS No..2. ,. -
ell feet 1-inch black wa1nutboarda, good .. i K 1 v./-tr
: ;f j) : tim'c'--adil Indian .'
tO t r _! dI'J.10' to 14 feet long 14;,to 24 inches 4. do. 6 do: .do., ? Ydtovf'Pme! ': Timberfjby, : th' cubic foot. AJelter nJthe Georgian,says ,,that a, g: Agent; tGW:

: side equal quantities.' :To be not less than 6 inches at the thiI1IId, small.vessel had. arrived at St. Mark's not been..able to communicate :vukSowlegs
# and clear'of knots and straigtt grained. \ S,OOO cubic.feet fine.jraied,long-leaf yellowpizm.plank I ;
410 t4nchbIakwalnnt boards, good and r\ i
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fep.: : :: 't'.I'" dry, 10 to 14 feet long,. 14 to 24 inches 5,000- white.oak_barrel states,usual" sizestj.'. stocks, best quality;length not less I from Key.' West,',and reported. the murder for several months patf'dnhe

; .* 'if. .' wide/equal quantities. the'thousand. thaa Ihirty-fiye. feet, averaging forty-five: feet and i by the :Indians of'Capt..,ENGLISH, of had sought every means.in,his,"
to from..twelve to fourteen inches
.iZ ;',.: no feet 1-inch black walnut boards good and qnare "
Cr.ass-No.2.. i :
Miami do'
: Dade This i is to -
[ '. : wide. .5 aVerage'thirteen at.top.end.v ,: coanty: fully as so. -
f :dry 12 to IS inches ;
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: ( 4 .::' :, v"v' til feet:black walnut veneers, 3 feet long. White Pine,..board. measun,'.by. the. thbu' -. CLASS No. 3.Lunbcr. .. probable l .as the_ murders at Pease creek The, story of Billy Bowlegs hat'

t e.1c -.._." .>..>. CUD_____ No._ H '11.___ sadieit.- -. : (board' measure.,) per thousand and Indian river. .5- ;been met ii thus a
4.!..4flI' i. :,,OOQ feetotplank stocks, to befrom 35 to 60 ... -1 !I': .. -. ** ,. gross fabricatiea
1' t t :f. 1 Jl-AogCUJY. (board measure,) per. one. feet in le gtbt4aersg45 feet length, feel.-. and we are amazed at the,unprincipled
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:: I;! \ Aundred jeet.j not to be less than 14inches, square at. 20,000 feet best quality white pine boards, 1 The Indian Ontbreak.
a- v I. 4. . small end. ,. inch,thick.r wantonness of those who would, by raising -
.. f. (. lib 'feet -inch mahogany 10 to 14 feet long, .feet:best ; 1 .A month has'now''eJaped since two '
:, 4,000; feet plank 4 inches th ti 10,000 quality. j/wnite :pine. plank, } such false reports, 'risk the refer-
l! 12 to 16 inches wideequalqnantities. ;OOO .do 3 do. inch thick. : : '. men at .Pease..Creek and one,ai Indian:
: j'!: lOG feet 4-inch mahogany 10 to 14 feet long, white plank U ding'of defensive measures, and
pine
ehinua iO,000fet.'b $ quality
'.I J SU8q pine; io plank to be un c. River .weremurdered eipete
.4tc. : t ) 12 to 16 incheswideequalquantltieL1ODfe Inchthick.S ; 'by'the'lndians.
i der.12 inches wide. : their fellow citizens
d still iOk'pillaged
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% :.. {.1-"-rr 3-inch mahogany, 10 to 14 feet long, 30,000 feet plank 2 inches, ), I 10.000 feet best quality. white pine plank, 2 in-. It has )long,been.communicated to Government ,longer :
"5
wide murdered.
inches
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16
12..to equal quantities.
.w'M'1 ." : or
: ; *.. 30,000 fo .11. do :, CheSthick. ._
a .. f 150 teet21-i ch mahogany, 10 to 14. feet long, .that the Seminoles are in ac
; .... 35p 00 Yeet boards,.Ijnch thidc, i ,0OOfeetbest quality white,pine plank 2 in -4
p ;: .' 10 to 24 inches wide equal quantities. S A Contrast.
..'. To be'of th'iial Ireadth. Susque- ches thick. ._ .. tualwar with us,-that they:have scattered
7L.tp'V 4 3MO feet 2-inch mahogany 10 to 14 feet long, feet 1 inch best quality length The following resolutions ,
1o)000 were
hanna juniper ,
pine No.. 1 or fiat ; recently
quality.
t,:: : JO to 24 inches:"ide equal quantities. over the whole Southern half of
to be from 12 to 16 feet width from 10
r': :' :20,000 feet boards :inch thick, ,
% .
to be of the of'the
adopted
7 at
# : ;:'r:. 110 feet'Iiuch mahogany, 10 to 14 feet long : a meeting teg.
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.44.t. usual breadth to 14.inches. ..--- : the in, small that
t .. Susquetenna pine No. I S peninsula parties,-
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I.4.-. lI ''. t" 10 to 24 inches'wide equal quantities. first : CLASS No..4. ular Democracy of thecity'clii..York
,. ia..' :: 801 feet 11-Inch mahogany 8 to 12 feet or quality. all:? the 'settlements the fiontier i
long
.1t.t' .,i 'V fee\' inches Boards board on are.
15,000 p1a 2 thick Hard Wood Plank and held Hall
at
.I 1.I. :: ', .. .it-third 12 to 15 inches.,wide, one-third ,. ( Tammany' :
;.! .ewr o V: .:.:.Y :' t: '18 inches wide, one-third 24 inches wide, .15,000. Usual do 1 "do : :measure.) abandoned' and by this time, probably, Strobed That in'the declaration of prat*

; :r'.4tt ..: ,4ugquantities;: ; 2 'or second breadth; Susqoehanna'. pine" No. 1500 sup.:feet cherry:boards,.i, inch.,thick, 12. burned and' laid 'waste by the savages pies made at the ,Baltimore' Convention vtud
quality. ;
c4' ':'f tfl feet 1-inch mahogany, 8 to 12 feet long, S feet long 12to, 18 inches.'wide. We' Government nominated Gen. Lewis Cass for FrttUeat n4
been
:":. 'f 't one-quarter 12 to 15 inches wide, one- CLASS No. 3.Southern 1000. sup"feet backwaliut, inch thick,12 feet Bay in possession W.O. Butler for Vice President, we fia4tb

;. .. .' l,.,:' qurter 18 inches wide one-quarter 20 inches Yellow Pine, by the cubic foot. long;,12jtol8: ,inches.wide.'. ,.of, .these, facts at least three true chart of the Democratic'Republican pat ty,
f : :(: wide 24 inches wide e- that believe
one-quarter 500 feet St. mahogany inch we distinguished iaeavhocaa
Domingo : ,
STEAMEES. sup. weeks and'
what has i it done
; :'. \itt ; ., qua! quantities. S ; as.yet to posed that convention were guided
T <* and1:10 to 12'feet long ,IS to 20 inches 07 akigk
t4*%V I Jt -I f I feet%-inch mahogany, 10 to 14 feet long, 45 beams,45 feet in length, to side 131 inches : wide. ,r v .. protect the lives and property of our citizens sense distinguished patriotism and ties devotion

.M- .J :: hi',. 15 to 20 inches wIde equal quantities..' and mould 15 inches, 2,925 cubic feet. 500 feet.St.'Domingo mahogany; 3 inch to the interests of the Union, &ea tatr
.sup.
;:f;. 'j j 119 feet .Inchmshogsny, 10 to 14 feet long, 40 beams, 45 feet' in length, to side-12 inches, and 10 to 12' feet long, 15 to 20 inches S ?> Why,.companies, or so of presented doctrines which embraced the do&.

ilf1'W f'.'J .? ." 15 to 20 inches wide equal quantities! : and. mould 14. inches, 2,100 cubic feet. 'wide: Artillery have been sent to St. Augustine ocracy of the entire confeder.cjr. Thin doe
i. .i 4": Ml feet 1% and 2-inch mahogany, 10 to 14 FRIGATES. CLASS No.?':. trines were endorsed by fifteen SfcUct-b/1
1 j :.1 S feet long 15 to 20 inches wide equal Forany real servicg they mightas
quan South Carolina well
10 beams, 46 feet in length, to side 15 inches White Jlih Oar and J3sh as as Michij5.in.bv New
: \ :\: titles. and mould,14 inches 670 cubic feet. ,' Rafters .Logs. well. have been sent to New York S Hampshire will as Texas-aud,in accordion

?. |cv:. ;. :-t.? 110 feet assorted mahogany, crotch veneers, 3 10 beams, 45 feet in length, to side 15 inches 25 oar raftersfirst quality feetlong: to be with these doctrines, we insist that the only
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4g? 'I. ,'t feet long. and mould.14 inches, 660 cubic feet. 4 inches square in the looms,'450 feet in all, City platform on which the Democracy Uuioa

!"!_ $ ." :.. .. fill sable feet African mahogany, in the log, 4 beams, 42 feet in length, to side 15 inches b, the foot. --'- The citizens of Florida fondly believed can or ought to stand together u that which

fl&yfe&?. t :;' f 1' 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 upholds the principles embracing the inUrettt

i --1 ':'. .. square 10Jeams,47 feet in length, to side 17 inches square. in the looms,400 feet in'all,.by that the man who was lauded. as of the whole people,and recognising the dutiw

'H-H; :!l..' .;,!r, CLASS No. 12. and mould 15 inches 825 cubic feet the foot. "th hero of Okeechobee," knew some- the States owe to each otker under the Consti
r..1 'It 25 oar rafters, first quality 14 feet long 4 inches tution.

:; :t .:!i .Maple, (board measure,) per 100 feel 10- beams and mould, 46 feet 15 in inches length, 815, to cubic side feet.17 inches., square in the looms.'350 feet in,all,.by thing Or'OU'f wants ,and sufferings,'and Resolved, That we look upon wry attempt

j..'.. 4 100 feet Maple Joist, 4'z 4, 3| x 4, and 3'z 3 5 beams 45 feet in length, to side 17 inches the foot. would speedily' seek to relieve them inthe to engraft the question of Slavery or AO&
.r. "'f'h. : inches, quantities. 'and mould.15 inches,371 cubic feet. 25 oar rafters, first quality,12 feet long, 4 inches Slavery-on 'the doctrines of the Uesnenife

:,1:: .,% -'if 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 most-judicious manner. We are party, as eminently dangerous to the, exirtsiw
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!?S95 ; ;' r Cedar board measure Jlf. :and mould 11 inches, : cubic. feet' the foot S much obliged to him :for. his two companies both of the party and the Union;that while vi
.. per I 6 oar rafters'first 28 feet to be
't 10 beams 42 feet in length 'to side quality long, regard slavery as aa evil sad should regret its
: 1110 feet Cedar Boards % inch thick. 15 inches. inches in the looms the blades oArtnJerYtbut no one ought to
a. -.ffi"HnW i..j: .Ii., and mould'11 inches'520 cubic feet -51 square extension, yet the Democratic party ought art

(,..bl4tA.II 4jI,1.. : ; ::t >..-, : Cherry, (board measure.) I0beams,40 feet in length to side 15 inChes tobe1on4h1rdthGlength of the'rafters, know better than Gen. TAYLOR that a to prescribe faith for its members on the nk
.1fl : ., and inches wide ana2 inches thick the
.'1r,;.1.,. : *::r ':.. 111.feet Cherry Plank 2J-mch, 12 to 18 inch- The and above mould 11 inches;500 cubic feet blade 7 end, 168 feet in all, by the foot.at thousand.more. would. never drive' the ject States while of the under Union our are own''goyenmm encumbered,;ala sat"
beams
to be fine !
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:! :' : t' :es wide 10 to 14 feet 2.incb long equal quantities. to spring 6 inches in 45 feet grain Yellow Pine 10 Ash,logs,.12to 14.inches diameter, and 12. Indians out of Florida population and. others are free rroiD it;the united
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;: 110 feet Cherry Plank 12 to 18 inches ) cnbiafoot 130 cubic feeLC5LLss.NO:6.t I
feet long ( ) ;
per Democracy of the nation'cannot haw a ecmaca
feet
4 :i.i 4 r ."i ''r 'wide, 10 to 14 feet long, equal quantities 20,000 Yellow Pine plank stock to be fine. ; "No !i"It us i not by, the tactics successful faith'on sach-a question. The Demo-
grain. .
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% a.5,';. a. UO-feet Cherry Plan U-inch 19 to 18 inches S White'Oak-Knees sided 'at;Monterey 'and Buena Vista ty is neither apro-aJaur"l11orto 1 Ter/
1.. ,J :"' \.: ,wide 10 to 14 feet long, equal quantities. CLASS No4.! '. 'rtn ,:t.per' inch.25kneesakled7 fl .* <** ,. ,It leaves its members North'fi ti

it". .: ./:'', 111 feet Cherry Boards I-inch 18 to 24 inches Southern Yellow.Pine, (by cubic foot') inches th4to 5.feet, body.5 that the Indians are to.be ,driven from East party.and-West to entertain their own o &&| I
p:;. . wide, 12 to 16 feet long, equal quantities. t>,7 feet in, length,175 hl 1 e, the State. No ? )
'in the ecaricfea
:world is and to to their ,
..-d.. e 'i ..; ( : Ill. feet Cherry Boards, j: -inch,18 to 24 inches G-i "i f IU' 25 knees,tided 6 inches,'arm 4 to 5 feet,body 5 country this according irrelevant own f',

I' q., '. ,t. ;' f'.. wide, 12 to 16 feet long, equal quantities. Ii I..Q.Q.Q Co Co Co to 7 feet in length; 150.inches., so well adapted. to the '.Indiun i 'method..of on 'That question.Retched will.fUnje

a ;; .: .j t. :. : .lit. feet Cherry Boards,:%-ineh, 12 to 18 inches S .3 II e. II 25 knees sided 5 inches,'arm 4,to 5feet, body 5 i fighting."" Ten 'regular armies of ten ne c& not the ad Democratic and :
t wide Half & to 7 feet in' =125'incb& any organization of f&ty
1 7-i I 1Y..i'. 12 feet long, equal quantities. .Q : : 5 : length, {* *
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4v' ',1.\, lie feet Cherry Boards, J-incb, 12 to IS inches :.5-. .'fW to?* S| 'I.. '_ ..a. None 'toTari': more. 'than 3 degrees :'from a thousand. ," men. .each. would little interfere tnis State,except that emanatingfrontteSyTUi

oJ i .;; t ,,wide. 12 feet long,equal quantities. .{, .., :,g5.I..g ..n Q. s )'It.,Q_ sIt a right angle. June 30:lawtlSAug.JUDICIAL with of foe.' .t Hid Contention'of 1849, und.none 'in thJ3COX1'1thzt ,
: thepurposca our its head T&sIaJ7JJJ
a. havmg at !
= 1.::, ':;. 111 feet Cherry Joist,4 z 4-inch, 12 feet long. co 'n. CIQ' ._ gvartert
ii .c ... 151 feet Cherry Joist, 3 J x 31-inch, 12 feet long. 1680 cubic ft..or ," .' :1.. -.S EATEBN CIRCUIT. in the recesses' .of,the. Everglades, that Resolved, that ne'cannot' caJm/Zw/:1.:

i;tv.. !", SI00 feet i and %-inch WhitewoOd Boards 14 13 pieces, each : J' Circuit.C 9ft" t>f,St.;.Johns, County, chaotic, mass of .mud and alligators parties to 'any treaty 0? negotiation 'fa P liMIt"' '

r.f2 f:.; H..' to 20 inches wide (board mes ure.) piece..:. ..? 62'I',22-" 22. 19 ,.16, '.:10 Thursday Ji4th: of June called a ttnion nith.a bodyofprden&d .r
day
of a and that' t
: 1176 cubic ft.,or sawgrassand snakes! water and wildcats spurious organizctiin I
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t t.:r : NAVY YARD, PHILADELPHIA 12, pieces. .each. .. I :: ., I. : :' A\{ D;", 1849.' admit of a politicalfelhivsttif ait*tht*ekaufjtas !
1_ 1I' .: : Cuu No. 1. : "pi ce. .1 5 they may yet scoff for ten yearsat the,princtpto, *** %
!;I 1S .: 55 t 20 ,20:11: ,14 9 George. K.. Fairbanks Master. i3idiridu2l:1 tvpjvrl 1
g :' : 1. I White Oak, (by the cubic foot) t.> m' f Chancery** ; O '**- the fortsof. the whole. United. Statesto anti oamzazon of ovr part,. 'S ."" j
White MsR board ? Order forPublication. '

S.) t If,.100 cubic feet White{OaVplank stO t. .. S ( fees.measure).per. thousand. I uso" '. of Burroughs. *".VK_.'E.C. ..'. net,,.. ,:.'j' ;eipel them. The,.above resoiutions,,are ratKer ia

l"..i.r, t S ,",. : 1 laitructions furnished*t,the',.yard.CtASS m 12,000* feet of plank 2 inches thlc: .':; I H 1r W*..Groves,*t ft!:: :'' :. It is only) the' men" bred S 'and born in contrast-,.. with the 4 letter of GOT. ;SKWII. .

..4 r. ..,. :..!. ; .N 0..". 5,0005dodo 11 do- 4' "- I ,". .. TTPONYeading'and filing hffida,1tOfOedR.Pairbanksj the who can successfully engage'Wit published last week, and -which,oybe !

,2' I ;i :j{ \ ;'. 'WAile'Pia '(by the thousand feet.) *4,000*k do, boards.l do' ants U ,,it appearing that Solicitor the.,said,1D"Cendant.of said Complain-, country them.7 J! A'sufficient numberof -- "'considered the manifesto'of tkf:K r- .
Tobel2inchesandnpwardsialreadttt
.' t' i <4MIO., feet (board measure)j -inch White,Pine and usual lengths .. *I ? W.. Groves and'Martha'P.1 Bartlett rider them,Whig party.onthe: .subject mvery.
cdnlie
n volunteers
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:; i. t :;: .::pl&nk:4o feet long, 14to 16, inches :the'State ofNorth-Carolina-and'. that easily raised in the
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2:000tee&ofp ;2 inches fVf "A.
1 -1e'r::4!'" "6 :'Z'. ': wide, square edged:free from :defects 2OOQ.do :do., 11 .i do thIck Lewis Henry Boutell,'.Charles Boutell, and Mary -, State,',.wh'o ?can :accomplish* 'what the; The'Southern' Wbgs4fl37 !

't thatwouIIjure4emaastagep1ak' 2,000ido I boards, li .,.do ." :.. CaroUhe BontelL. reside in'the State,of Massachusetts. whole. ( that, the .Northeru Democracy? !
..regular Union
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board ,my.orjltb
l'J'OO"'teet ( measure' ) 2-inch White Pine ,From "Wl fi' V t-v, can I '
to Catbe
) ::: 4 panel plank 16 feet long. .: ., .' 10 I intheswjde,12th 18."feet. Onmotion of said Complainant's solicItor It never'do. > Trained to a life in the ded. :We cannot ;say,as roach ,
'- lengths *
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?:: ;.. : a; iogoo.es} (board measure) .t1"jnchWhite Pine > 'UI is ordered that the said Henry-W. ',&Martha I wo4 ii ; --JM c f -,. Northern 'W igL They.:are wa1e4 1 1y..no'su

i\i' \ '- .panel plank 16 leeUong.1 .::814k 446r.t!. ..),. F. Bartlett.1 Lewis,Henry Boutell, Charles I knowing the swamp* as well l as line ioNprthern

o :.f' ,"10'feet (board measure) 1inch White. iobot; of plank" ,inches thick Boutell,'and Mary Caroline Boutell*do'appear II the' Indians. themselves,--and fighting 'divisions.. Not,a

.'i -t' ,Pine' panel plank, 16 feet long. 1,000 do dOt, 3 .do .. .. and answer"'the said'Complainants said Bill of Whig ; tiltl',
i ii :: }ii i-; i ,sso. feet (board measure) 1zi c1a.WhitePine 1,000( (do do'! ,2} do, Complaint within'four:Months 'from'' the first theHndians i.hi :tneir ._-IWLi way./ they papet-I :
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.r
-, boards. 1C ( Ho .do of this Order.'" 't. ,i would- i : < tion of Northern Wh g !
LRfSt g. : 1,00Q1do .- .. :,: do". ,'f. .It publication : *r }* soon expel them from the eoil.iL .- any

.,., CLASS,No.3, :" I5? inchesand upards1n breadth. "sIt U''further ordered,.that .'due1!''publication These>;* men_il must i, Jfntir immediately:. :1J-' '. '*- :called L can.be.dducedexhi1g, ,kARbeJ'.

S t. irMieJthtby: : 'lineal too) 1.0i 1OO0teetofoards. linen: thick*: .1
IM SMioned TSTute Ash. >'", 1.0004 '.' ;Ld :jr..cJQj'Ad: /' printed this Circuit:for the, period of four, out'f by.Government.. ," I.It owes"us protecAt tice andpalrioiismof'theabave, ft. ,- 1
: .-"...14,feetj b'Jn of 16 ', months. jJu-i ;'iii.'t"t. a.ti u? :tt.'l' ', A iw ; .-.i rr : *- Vii r t'- jff tl '
ak m nfe1:,;orl400linealleet'' ;, e- ), : .l I
44 .sttiaaeJWhite'Ash,.grafters; 16 feet, ":'f 's Cherry:(board 4 } t1,0f.t1ir4s' O 5 -Ifl i .M !t R.B.! DUM .from us.J* j l't! f_'/ l' Board of.Health Ne\VXoxk',4!'.!!
"! "-'! .or 1100 lineal;teet.ro. M' ., measured_) Clerk ; i.4 ; J''i : .' .
1 id C.ll of.St.JohMeounty. \ y \ .5
.h OpI
;' v v 4LJ sed an ordinance)eq,,ripi )
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-&echM uke..U m" "b''f .5-
I .:aa.-.T .- ,; .- Ilnchell\ .. 'JDC h.'f.2 l&ffKftto! 1'M . .
pro t S -
: l"wons eIch f1'-
-,. v S. .: .. NAVY'YARDWASHINGTON..' a1i, : b4C"l".t.... r.,..ofall., .. defect&...!"" ....,.'- r, -'I: :'AGUB'is eptedily:cured 'br sCjByJhe; i IlWObaVCrece1ye11the I their cases'of jBholera;,:oudertytof$1000 .e.
S ; J L J. t "1 Dr. India-CJ .
; '\ .. \.1"\ Osgood's 1aA The 'sallow
,.. ", v..ti. '. .5 }Elm;.(boardvzeasure.) lYf complexion and jaundiced,.e wnich often authentic, nformatioa.of expedition I Ij ,orY; imjp! saameniyearsvorbbtbj \ f lf$ .
). j 'JO:la:, tt -f precede Mi i *" -' '* t n- j- foV @abioCah
WIi 3,000fee; quartered .it*attacks in' few ; ; wrv ,jdi
.rJ'l ., '_ pt1" tMU. bdardsynch'U Ajfil are a idys entirely u removed. despatched.frorn; arnp3 to1thescen! :
: 'J WW, :13 WfcdfclBK .,The tealth'of 1 ordinance,1 .fyrik :uuLCheavierrepti ,\_
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.Jtdl I'OOOfeet'ft": thindIcIn.ihensuo& ofthoutage'aPvaseCreekftiMr: :
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: b>J U ply suspenditas disefist ifor ,
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d writ'e.J'11
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a :) J.tb 6,000 feet t r u\j.\.u t.I'l/e' J .u.h'i .._. '.rw ";, r. ''
bQ Jut'l t "oJ/Jnh 't'.1 :,1"
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U ''*' ..' '10'"',. Nft.t'' *,"..* vu... 'ar *40'Incbef wide, 15..to.83 ftetitf hlct1 'Sl : ,1il 14v( ). 'J '&":rlH.Wl1.iU1'wkt : .o. ;BiJ>diLL (i.i( 4.1'.ot; ,.t.1 (! .ml .t eu..ulj& ".:
leurth. ii.th .v..ti .tria .
t .teCAptT'CU51cfw< lIb- t1)J' & c1wgs. .Ihistore J1 th4;23d 1ii..Compa from tb Wblieu1-ih4 PuMondayIeseviagenitlet'tI
i et .tfto 0iKssW!flt'Lq j4 'wrwToj an4 :
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II .ftbt lei! ] fr1'J' qT & D iql l fXf tf "l! f blltoiwdlBsles'tBuiypbe;!had' tffu of$ths i' liiD c;of .tai 1MV01: t eriaaft''tO taLe11-

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.IIUJ1 Rt d B.&b after iDontt4JI1fr.: De..r.m *ti l ( >foandiQthoranksoftbedemecracy.tTfaey*** *: 5 -'! .,,' ; f I H. 0 -." :". 'ol...list WI .1/ t;

: resistance from the A'uJtr The the er7&iniairried[.Jel-zfSbf''br atPau zio-.oc iinpr4ncisc .> ;are'not to\b&deladGd,by;;the coalition (' and ,fa'. "-.- "- skss.:et4e. ::1 -1
I*?? in Brusae1I paper, cna ; .t : ,
Vienna .
r j.le from haTe retaken Slip in told. diistI ne_.. t'_.'nio.1i', ; -." i... of f&etionViD V emio nt>nd"Wisf: d..t ", t" aiat ,,
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the a. Ullaua ; '
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&eI aDd thAt the DIet 11'11 to be opened 011 ,There reetimatedatlioinKJWWemployed 3OO p.rin eohsin, 4 ; i.belief J Jliaf thbjwhordemocratic f 1 ;Udder. .- _the iIa" j tl

: siI in diggio*at Uw minevbat. ;Itlioidpboi i ., fti of t.IzeNonhis inimical ,1 ew.... ',',..;.'at,. .'>.,AI.cu, ''I.1IV ".

: IlL wem had been rece11'ed b1a B1I&2d or who are aCC1ll1GG'led hardJworii ei44Mljsi.1Id toWoUld. .the Semth*.''.. ren if'it;were, it .t 13 r. 3'iU aa ...- .:timr p.; I a1I1 ,twSeI WI' ., ,.111..,_-'-3 .*i r{,
: and can stand the labor.aodrprirariona aunlngjMous 1. ,.J. r.elli8l.r ( tit ; o'clock P. .=tilt.,of .. .
d all the onebalfofibe tnioeri ate ud to Wj fortijnef .? only-: upthecame ground \
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gSSS5S thee that our-Consul ',woold, that'is held h-.J 'n VACANCY Mia oe&:iath 1 1
from It appear tiiaina ni the whig .M-"nIOfl. !.j jExplanatory. !Atoriil;f .j "J.JJa CQI CIf 1 !
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different a..ame,the:;r.pooaibUhy :of aendioc,the::CalKomiaby ; < .n.' -- 1.-t''i ; 1.JIfr ..t f$4 r'fzi\he"tue j 1J IwC&"ft.w '
or OperatIOns iiti, *.Crescent City V" -.*.**.\ ''ii ; ''II < 'Dl ict, occuioacd.of :'; _' ,:Jaa1tiOtiI ".f' ; j
amounting to 803000 men British oTCoa s trite 'waait Baa B'a 'w (find thefdlow- ; the i.( ; .1l.-W li" 4 .
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Hoa.Ertsmui
; psrt'of Hl1ug&r1, eonsistingot 11O.01 ,- The : ei I>4 Trie/:k" 1 "' f"f .
j edthe Russian armY Palkiewitch in the bound for MazaUao' with('wo'nulKoas ofeolddaat-aa- 'in gina the:New'York Bedford'.Mercury,'; :dtr'Thstfl election'Lbe brfd la' Wjtt-iSliftfl5MiwMf->{j8JfS Jf 1 t'!
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Prince botrd.Z gHQi_, f tii'. : S SSS ** WftfCPlMBii
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commanded b1 J inCslitICestablish m Moiidayhefihlas.1dvacaiay.t firs asj'cf October DULJ1t a1
f \ between Miskotes d Oilan.f The re.te t enorta mre-maVing leading i arid -uthoyaijhig; :oaper.It i ; 'i..... ---.1'1'-.."i -.. r-. I Ij tef..eOd_.-" tWSMkqwrt ,fgtff, ;

I f 4CI1e1 fke attack took place in the dank Prince 10 in II to person driyetscorpe admittance a State into the government Union of the\ and United thereby Sutet demand, "may help,,to. explain..:how jthi :&nd j 'tm&ain;JrlaDd&h.-"p.f r.i. UoalhirtT Ead h*,. 'Northfe8t qurttr fit kfJ_ ': .. .,,

j COIDm&Dded b1 Theiss. We haTe not The Alt Calirornlaof Kthlane'eotiuiniaprocltmat -' other Southern States:have been:deluged '-I the State ofFldatthi7ai. ,w qt.LOfScUOfldthrty4hee tIoa.ud Nce j 4 "

liti the marcheJ of the the details ot this im- ,b1 n.'Rile1.warning the tetden DOt to with incendiary pamphlets f. -,3 ;! (UAL.J tolIuthecityofTsnshthiai tBo eaqurter.Wed isec&,&iM -

; d betnabte to receiYI seems to haven eoanenanee the Legislative:A mblj of the district "'Thid- aid :liberal views i .. .. ,J daTot.II11'D.18f9ud AU ot.tJae ,quarter_ ,
but the success of San Francisco either sente ,, aboft- Ja-Qw-Io..1na 1.1 .'
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f 0tUnt battle paying taxes or bj sapporporttng W/ =, '!f- *-'- ad American Independence tht;
i .10 complete that the lame Hungarian the next 1"8'fIt or abetting the officers of the. illegal and UP- or'tbe President haveneyer .been more -.:74thyesr. lL'tf7.. ;{, 1" ;1 : south 1 ;Rse _taWaIn eight 1 (
40,000 men m&rched authorised body. .the; ,. ; ; undjryoneth1rtn.laul the
:. numbering ot Gor- strictly:jsplayep than'in appointment W..b.1OSELETflernor. .' ,j .
re-intorce the army The same paper contains a proclamation by Gen. *cre 9reo2esaofwhIth t-
f b1forC,the to 4th ofJuly has been unable Riley,which states that hein accordance with instructions of Mr. Collamer, of Vermont to Attest*.,. i wP -.?,> ;.:: :-$J H f' Bia.d"j 'ai It, haWC..1aa.abttwo.e 1dwelling ,; &

1ft.who.the offensive against the Austrian from the Secretary of \v r.- has :assumed. the the J'vastly important office of.'Postmaster .i -;';C..W.'DoWlun 18U. ,8cnt4f of State. .--' l'.s\ house kitchen; anj t thrJiousea,-. ., *-

,
aume of Auguat4
administration affairs in Califnrnia
r ta Governor but as Executive of the not Civil as 'Govern military General. The_ Post, Office.cpeparttnent '. .,.', --.. ,r- s' .:10w y. blebarns,'ana c4er improvements. a )
;
I srpembiuski, with ,000 men was in pursuit ment now existing in Calilornia. The Californian controls a greater amount,of "'patronagethan' ,f. .if \0 a Cc'tt aPD\atJOB.' _sCcoS = I \
Paskiewitch, and it is probable condemns the Adfflnrao'oNoUce.SALE *' aMiD House, with runnin,Gear 'Sa
of terms of Gen. Riley'a proclamation 1
.ftkeanDY other'in the:gift of the r.
1I.00n as the newt of Dembinski's victory and defends the article of the Legislative\ Assembly any PJiIW E8TATE 1':' 'J and Grist Mill with.Water,Power.sIao a & .

tbt known the warlike population of the alluded: and publishes address.in which they President ; and i the person at, the,head ,..r st t'. ofOattle aa'eoraJ_ \ I Jo
beco es ira which the Russian Prince hu entan- complain bitterly i of the failure of Congress to give of it is supposed to'possess'a great sway ; Tb..1Ue,or.i4 ".d ther'Terrns sad 1
Idles his them form"of flUESIIANTto an'ordcr of hIUdgi of Pro ,
in to cut o1.osiuth a legitimate government. COndUonsmeknownonthedayorj
masses '
.lIed himsel; will rise Complaints are also loud at taxing theinhabitants over public opinion(and great facilities .r ; bat .ofr aTalCoantyoftMadit .Iwiuloffers ; JlENliE'I.'T M.. 2 :l i

the 25th ultimo,at Beuda without giving them a form of gov't suitable to their disseminating.particular doctrines. /for.,sale/at PabHcAnction/catb; ..'fir t' .1t' t (> 1, .-"""SAM11EI B.:1: "-
issued,on alter the reciul of : i .,
protection especially repeatedly Moodaj. .tht d" "
callingupon the pea- Still'Gen; T ylor was not 'moved by.. InriInextenuIngst saal. r ., "ii !
procl&ma1ion their 0 ,
l ud ruth It emphat l0 language, to rise inII" The grievances.Assembly, earnest1recommends to their fe!. such,considerstionsandelevatedto the hoan Sheriff's salt the following described .JJDI.. ,211s, ,:: ; a', .. :: : ;
.
! 'a.-f. tliA-- -molt-- -*_ '*' -. _E "A*_ _*1 real. estate. !Elua M.Crieliton. .deeeatedona .? 1 : r.'i kjt' c5 "
.piAII the ,nveTLThecamP' the-ustro-Ruasian are low- itiun.from each the propriety district ofelectingatleamwelve attend a General Conven delegates most responsible and powerul position, Lundred- and:t1iIi3oacrea) 'of,-Land,'more t.- : 1 ..< ,.- ',<.".Iiia..bf&i.' ,'" ;.1IM1Mx .",.r I 1Qi-n. ;;- :
against '
ip of Postmaster' General a'.mfto'wh had ot less situAtcd oa the St.Johns Biver( Du- -: .- 1' -o.t ...Li'robat n1a
csae, as it it intended to tionto be held at PuebU or San Jose nn the third ; a iih -- h t 4" r
d Y I
J "thereHgio feelings of the people,ands Monday in August next for the purpose organizinga a, few days before voted. for the preamble :Tal County and bounded on the South and East r.1 g thr ,i '
o government for the whole territory of California.It by lands'pt.Eleanor A. Crichton West by St. .
and resolutionsofferred Mr. Gott ,
impas- and by .
most eloquent c -
said to be Ot aId
i rile is is further suggested that these delegates have Johns River North/and East : tColumbla.C01U19' a&&1I1J ;
lands. Cal-
the 2d for ; by of :t:
SzergseIRELAND. ment
Pesth on id' .
Jioled Kcmuth left discretionary powers to form a State Constitution or oF New York. We think: that four of Tin Reed North by lands of Charles .cj t the tr a I
to adopt such other form of government,subject to the Byrne ministration of,the cstat of ..
liL the seven of Gen.Taylor's cabinet the : :,Samuel!M.a .
may same jbeing oheMJighth (l"j ) of a tract of .
ratification of the people, as they may deem ad yiaa.I ; : of '.
eceasedjlaU! .
Columbia
contain most distressing acmatsofth I be reckoned as in favor of the Wilmot land o1fD d.17.the late John Criehton known county. y J
.. .
The Irish papers intense sufferings of the people, ble.An enthusiastic meeting was held at San Franciscoon Proviso, and Messrs. Ewing and'Colla! as "Tweed' < the 12th consider of Jnlington Greet.. The said real estate &at&" j
districts.- June to propriety sending .*to be ( ,
arScttlarly South-western well known zealous "
in the the convention above mentioned,&c.- mer are particularly .as .July2l,1849. 3 .JSlqj j.
delegates sold.for payment'of debts of d cea cL h1 -c; 2
and
filled to repletion ,
Snrork houses arc The Hon. Thomas Butler King was President and opponents of slavery. It is enough :Tp.tANDE1rW"CBICHTON 0 .
,
ioounds of persons appear actually destitute addressed the assemblage in a forcible manner. .;. :. aZt '
that one is an. Ohio whig, and the othera Adm'r.te'ot Eliza BL Criehton.;.. 44
I If neans to keep soul and body together.Oa Business at San Francisco is very dull. Dry goods Jacksonville February 19th 1849. :: ; c.i:, .BALE 1. : i .":rB' : 4Y
Vermont settle the ,
!, Monday, O'Brien, Meagher, McManus and provisions are selling below the original com.- whig, to questionof ,
i ttd Donohue were embarked on board thejoaner Lumber still in great demand,and .selling for$350per their,bias on the slavery question ; Feb. 24.'U** 2 '* 30ds' J"' 'virtae of the power;?ested in tne bji&w

Swift, which sailed immediately forraDieman'sLand. 1,000 feet. of their devoted advocates of free soil fir The shore sale II postponed to the.first ':I have'levied upon and' 'will expos for 'I
sale
their There is no sickness of amount at the mines. Monday August next. at Fort Pierce,(there! no C nH'o
to I
depar-
Previous Ju112&
1 the hands mutual friends I Everything is going on quietly and peaceable.The are not to be found." c. .. <. I/ in the u .tl '.S..r..pcj, fD the t1lt8r 1LuciePoridionMocia
they placed in Crescent City brings over S500.000 ingold dustto I' .
1 mdirtsl of which the London Times says it this city for different parties. Sale Ih-Si. AeffBitiae.. i- thetd'dayofocto. ,
r, 'between
I D.1S491 the4 njaihh6uT
mut be ad.nitted its tone is of an unobjectionable Ruin in the South.-Mr., Walkersnetv'tariWseems BE :SOLD at!Publia Auction, in' sale the 3
WILL following described of land
cb'tlcter-nay, even more moderate than Let us Alone.-The New York Mirror, in rebuking to have encouraged a of the Court House in the City of so much thereof,as willpaylhe. tract State and Coo,or ,

( could be expected from men, the whole tenor the Whigs of Florida for obliteratingthe sort of cholera in the South that will be St. Augustine, era Monday., the 28th of August ty Taxes .esae htl2 n f ? Jhe' rear 184 Sand
of wkoBe previous conduct favored the supposi- motto of the State, adopted by the Democrats dreadful the :For instance 1849, at ten o'clock, A. M.- the Real Estate of 1848.W1le the taxes thonndtheccet

i tioatttit they were acting not as free agents, -"Laissez nousjairc," i. e.cLet us alone" amoung Whigs. Francis One.'late'of St.Johns- county, deceased,.' are paid before the diy alfctovit.: An Island .

t ht II the victmS of some unknown !species of has the following hit at the Whig party. : consisting of- containing 3CSOO-acu of land, lying and 1. .

ijf aright lunacy. We do not believe that this is the Whig feel The Augusta Chronicle says that ,no 'ARouse and Lot, bounded on the south by being in'the:said' county 'St'Luos,1 called -

FRANCE.The ing in other parts of the Union. In fact, so less than a million and a half,dollars Bridge street, ,on the :east by, Hospital street "Marrams Island?situated 'near diCas r ,
elections to fill 35 vacancies in the A em- fur as our own observation goes, we hare ever have been subscribed in Georgia.lately and on the westby Charlotte!Street; ."I&h.;Yooio t ; .4 ?

bIt are going forward quietly and the results found the Whigs to bethe true laissez faire par- Alsaa, Lot on the corner-of St.George and to Don Juan McIntosh by the uimrgra' y J
Govern .
; build mills
the moderate candidates. In the Province this the in to new cotton which are St. Patrick streets
in :
!favor ty country, as Whigs are England, men"thef.18th'OrMa1f
:, L\.irtine and some of the Socialists have and that their tendencies are all towards free now being erected. One hundred and Also four Lots:of land lying on the west side measured and laid off to IntJae'1e1Ji said McIntosh 1803 by:a2d Geo. .; ..

.areJ their electiea. trade, while they are preaching an opposite doc forty thousand of this sum has been invested Maria Snchq. Creek," :described \aplat J. F.Clark,on the 2d December.1817,as willb: 1 1 .
On ,. there WAS A rumor in Paris of a trine. The Whig party was once the great or subscribed in Auguet. made for Augustus Poujaud as Lots No.,nine, '" .theplediuejthQf.,1 I

difference in the C-ibiuet oa affairs in Home, free trade party of the Union, with Daniel Webster eleven?thirteen.and, fifteen,,containing, each 1ct3loo, acre*"are assessed in said!i-< ii I.

sad it is sill that Barrot and Dufaure will retire. as the chief expounder,and they have never lot one hundred and fifty feet in length by fifty county to John H Mclntosh. -,. ..- -.- 1
Adottbtis expressed whether England,as pre- yet been alienated from their first love.- British' Intervention in Italian Af- in breadth. ..All the abore property will be t..Ain uItiu for TaxeslbV 184-7T.i$227 UCoaatyTaxCeUccter .

'I' Tiau'.y i reported, remonstrated with France on They were made restrictionists by' deserters fairs.-The London Sun says: "The sold subject to the,widow's, claim for dower. .. / "J'. :ca. ." 'IIr 1 184S. l_ ; 1.i
tie subject of Rome. from the opponent's camp; This is the simple Marquis of Normanby, has presented a JOSEFA GUE,.Admin'x., -' It. Add coat: !!, J L4 4
I Monsieur has despatched as am- thematter. too St. Augustine July 21 1849. 5t .1
Belhurs truth They were, originally C.L-BRAYTON.: : ,
the French Government :
Auiiior ettraordinary to the Court of St.James, ,opponents jof the United States Bank and note to from -, To* Collector and Attestor, *,'.8t- --C. i, r
vitk much apparent htiSte, with the object, as Mr.Webster was the first to exclaim, the moment Lord Palmerston, demanding explicit FOB 8A.LE.---- July. 1849. --- -- -tdoaJadtcoaville -- -. 1it:: IA

.lua been conjectured,to neutralize Lolll Pal- the opportunity presented itself, that the explanation as to the intentions of TOPPER for sale toy two adjoining'Houses I 1

.merstone's apprehended intervention in the un- institution was an-obsolete idea." France with regard to Rome ; bow long .1. and'Lots in the Town of Jacksonville- Female lBsd sj|& .

onditiottal restoration of the Pope, but the How: long will it be before he or some other. it is intended that the French one of which I at present reside together with .PTIHE Committee of,Blrectjon have adopted* 1

,correspondent of the Times says upon reliable leaders of the Whigs will pronounce the same army the Lot formerly occupied by m1'..wmiILThis .5. tbefollowingreiilation.The f,ri'1
iuformatloa, that no such folly is iutended by judgment upon doctrine protection? Not shall occupy the Roman territory, and property is very J desirable and will be scholastic year is to consist of four tersof

the French Government. long we will venture to predict whether it is resolved to support the disposed of on favorable terms. The title is in.disputable. eleven weeks'each" ,r,' ..

-!W.Antftmitt".-. --------el-- of-- the'-- -Assembly------ have--- Pope. ,I also ,offer for ale' lot of old thPire'4inwrlting and...arithmi11 4

suggested that that body might be prorogued A Shameful EzhibUion. is not denied, for iron remaining from the burning of. my .saw; tic. per,tena,-$ ,'OO:;jlhe,abore. .inUiJJEBgliali i.
from the \ to the 1st October with-
'thugullt the fact can be substantiated by many witnesses Dissolution of Copartnership., mill. grammar and Geography per term$-,OO.abO'e.W1th.theh1hei.branches ..;' #
detrineat the basines aud .
oat t public a com _
that Levin the Nativest member from the JOSEPH A. BABBEE. of i1AEngU .
,
COPARTNERSHIP 1
mission will forthwith take the proposition THE formerly existing :1 : ed1 cailo"embr'''m ;
first District-who is either. citizen of Jacksonville*.JuJy'21j 1849. 2t 'i
i now a the is this dissolved 1
into coniiJeratiou. undersigned, day natural ..' .
mental and
moral
Phi
the District of Washington or city of Baltimore '. .
The difficulties which continue to beset the by mutual consent. Mr. .Hogarth will a-w. "GeQ 1 .

r French government particularly iu regard to having no longer a permanent residence among settle'all the business of the late firn\in Jackson. S erifi'8' Sale .Benton County, FTITLL and' Evidences of AJt.ro 1 rD 1,, u 1
: Christianity term
the he used the per
people represents- following 'and 1
viii Mr. in Savannah.
the iutun question, occasion the funds greatly ; George, be.sold .before the Court House.door lack quart rto'be p&id toth
l.mguuge at a meeting in Southwark called at' HOGARTH &GEORGE. __ -AJ : ? JD 1
to fluctuatet every turu of fortune. his Lidding: .J Yi": of Benton county on the first Monday & o. l..T.-, '. 'r- ;i- -",,-:1'- "r'l' .' ,
The Moniieur contains a dispatch from Gen. "Look what have done for I had Jacksonville August 11th 1849., in August next between die usual hours of sale : 'The s l Will b Wid r'thi; '

," Oulinot, which gives an elaborate description Roberts, a full blooded native appointed you. MarshalL The' undersigned iDB.Florida returns and thanks to his numerous following property, to wit::The.;Eaat% ol t. Dotazi experienced female. teacher.. .. :.-t- !
thefinal usauit made Route on the 28th patrons begs to announceto -t. ','..'.d- !." .
upon 1 had Ashmead appointed District Soutb.Esst.3: of Section No..12,Townahp 21 uqQJ1 1oUUI ",_," :ft 'f" Ift. 14
:I Jane The ilonuns fought desperately leaving AttorI I them that he will continue to carry on the South East :& Latin;French- 4 > 4W1be4j .,
ney.and Slonaker Naval Agent. This inallita'branches Jacksonville.He Range 19 ; alao'iSoUth-West. of Painting and DrawinsiefforwHclradlSal : ;Jl;. 4.
tin business :
400.dead ad'129 with the French V.
prisoners the Sonth-West!3j of Section 25 : 4J
20.
Township 'chArgeS
done for you. Nay more before I would allow continuance of the 4 .
respectfully requests a .
including 19 flficer*utaH -rau /lnol1e of whom Range 19." Levied: on as the of C. T.- :: The first ,t'comenceson.thsth
Will.B.Lewis to be appointed Collector, I made favcrs he has already received. property .J9gt .. .
ire described u foreigners. The French admit him pledge himself to me that he would select' GEORGE L.,HOGARTH. Jenkins, to satisfy sundry Executions issued .bernext.4' _,_ ,_,_.. .. -. ', r ,
i t tie loss of only nine killed and 110 wounded. one half Natives to fill the offices. And so too from the Circuit Court of Benton,' in favor of APPliUOOn5ThiObemad.t. 5

-i'' ID coni ue&ce-oftke surrender of Rome, the with Postmaster White. He made the same A..I.barR'M" Kedce. George Hernandes and others. this 2d\daylof CommItteeofJ. 1D i1 1 f1( e. ,

orderreceived at Toulon for emdarking rein- July, 1849. N. MOODY, Q i C. F-J eonlhb- 1hii_ :
&nct&e&UofaU kiu.has been countermanded promise. months after date I shall present'my accounts ""f' _
.J"
SIX &eriftBet; o* .1' J.M..DANIEIziL'ieILa
dictatorial this ccnatiy. -
from the spirit of speech .k
Apart and vouchers to the Hon.Judge of .
ud with 1 ,
haTe .
| steamers already at sea 'roqps and July 21,1849. 'tds Z'Sheriff's ,7r rJID.BO .
avowed sale boasted
is this
bargain
openly final setUp.ment '
Probate for Marion for a .
beeal'eClUed. county, . ,'
i| I .L trJBDVnf"--\It. V
American leader. 'I .
orb this Native Never in
Administrator oJ ,
| The movement*ef Ledrn Eollin'have''been atf and.apply for discharge'as 'ill ,Tsz3tTazL 4 .1'1 rdO1iiA 4,
have witnessed such I 5
the of we !
*f tajth traced oat He has until recently been reckless history prostitution politics and such advertised cor-- of the estate Samuel, deceased.E. Swilley, ,late ofLowndes :Sale Benton County Fla .BnJI'' SWART/ lj 1:. WVL .. p

secreted in Paris and on Wednesday reached county., Georgia Jacksonville ,749..'I :r fltJ Ii -'I
July L .
!it4oniu the Ostend, steamer from Belgium ruption. We repeat, this is a subject for the WM, D. BRANCH, Adm'r. Til ILL:be sold before'the Court House door ,. ,' .' ...,"....,.. t..} f ";_ 'r : I ?""t-n.cw .5..
:
most drastic examination of the Senate.[Penn- Marion Co. August 4 1849. 6m VV. of Benton,county/on:the'first Monday :
.
.1 I DCpIII1 with Uarlis Bernard, Etienne, Are .*Ifta .Jti&1kJ. :ilieWi.l..L.. .
sylvan.ian.WIII.CelT in August neit, between the usual hours of .
,
Ice.Qd Sergt.Boiebot. ,1'; t!! ..fJ.batPeter ; .
StIJ:11
'I ft*present accounts of the cholera a-e forabli well nadentawd at the Saath. WesVquarter sale the following Section property,to wit: The Bouih-- Bend Administrator;.r' 'Q) ,f 1)1 .t!,

The der..t.lul have fallen to less than'30 26,Township 22,Bange Francis Sanchetjdecd etal: ;?l-V ,thaw -
:
. The operations of Truman Smith, l9IbeThi 160.acres of land more or less. Lev. ,"
,
t day,and aw daily decreasing The totalWaVer 'iT.f"Vl? J5f T'fcHBenjjAr I'I'Ie 4 1sa
: of deaths from cholera Paris and an and the ridiculous hue and cry raised led on as the'prorerty:of Bichard .Hi.' Cram, to ;Executorof5vJ 'r HO.t: ) t ,

: lubnrbs since it first broke out January by the southern whig leaders and presses satisfy'sundry; ; 'Eiecutions,, issued fxonVithe a Peter = t'aIit'1tj1: : l .
_. V
County Court Alachualn7avori: : > hjftJ, "'*% **** I ,
p KM said --
to be more than20000. who are the real traitors of the South JIEBAS.by 'dwt er_
Tjner and othersthli 2d ; ;
day otJuly 1849. '
Acoo&cil of revision has confirmed the ,, \ .v Yj ii the -:
t seani '"" & ; .*< ui vay i Jnn m49'tM
the southern N.MMOdDY
be well understood in :
** seem to ; f ed.b =
r of death KlebtrYM
pronounced on Capt. appointed to-ta&aBd sUfte
immediately appealed to the Court of Cas- States. The people of the South General Orders.. J &ft6"Bent.rv"A"tca* _' J:, other things, anaccout of I"J ; 1iY 0a
,
1 ITALY. well know that Truman is an aboli EXECUTIVE DEPARTVEHT, l July2il849.Sheriflrd'. '" 'I' .;.r 'I'J" the. Estate ofPt he14I' 1.

.-The Assembly in its last sitting nnan- tionist, and that all' the whigs are Wil- Tallahassee, July ,j 1849.' JAN --OVjthein, ."t'u' :
) Oly voted the Constitution the Republic is Qrde.'t be "' Notia i:Jmq tto
mot Proviso men, candidly admitted ELECTION hereby held : Sale Be tonC unt.FIjJ l.trN'ti Ii1t.
p Bordered it to be deposited in the Capitol ia'xpretsion in the Fourth Brigade of Florida Militia. be.Credltors o"thi. 1t.'F
and that the
Atlas sodbeforiouh
of the unanimous wish of theUoPwple. by the Boston only on the first Monday in October nest at the places ,WILL be House'door Mitchel.,deed-to produce their C1AI1M r

- The ConstiturioM is, by a vote of friends which southern interests can appointed law for the election of County ,'r'-,of Benton cuntyjonth&prstMoniiay proof thereo*)Cbitoie'iuv]'-at my offi eIn th.

,, *s AjseaMy,to be engraveJ.oa anrble. They claim at the North are to befound in the Officers for a Brigadier'General,to fill the vacancy in-August next between u alhourIOfse City of 8U Augustine, oner before the.4th dar r-, 1

*Zothred funeral services toe celebrated in ranks of the democracy. The Mobile occasioned by the resignation General the following propertyto: One hundred of October next,j nd;that in D nU' ewof. ,. :
t wepketfi church for those who have fallen -- V and sixty land cjore or less,:.being the they-wfl1 be precluded frbeam f-ft,
JI and Journal has following Charles.Byrne... __ \. __ .I'".
Wenee Register North-Easts quarter of Section 18 Township 22 Decree tobemedethereint
A of the Republic.J Also an Election hereby Ordered to beheld. ; .
,:, w ace of the French trotps* muse In- sensible remarks on the subject Tru- in the'Third Brlgade.o Florida Militia:at the South,Range 19 East;f aJicr the East\-.half:of Jb t. 'H )_. j1t P ., i', \T

"did not take Place until the 7th instant. men!.'operations,'and the sentiments of. time and,places above.specified torsllrigsdier, North..Weat quarter of Sectim,Township ....1 'r f f'", .YlOl ] '.I I t
?* 31 a proclamation was issued by the flU.the occasioned, South,'!Range 19 East. Leried cape. the property ; lmae; 3O" 8U: ''i;.:: 1l. J: j? Ub I ,
northern.Vhigs : General,to vacancy b1. the. -. .' .,,. _. .
14ea1 Charle -- -- --- s.t 1 ftflPfdEustni
Russell ; .
of to satisfy_Execution 1.
absti- j I .1
Assembly aa '
recMimending of Gen. Samuel Russell. .
" .5.Truman Smith, the abolitionist! is. resignation Issued the Circuit Court &
Croa all attempts at vengeance as being Election s hereby, Ordered'.tobe from. ,cf Boiton,ia .i.eI p'n"lW
l' .! -&nd worthy the dignity Roman chiI flooding the contested congressional i held Also in the.-Canll'1 Regiment of the.Second;, favor..of,Benne* ,MPeU thb.;2d day;of Jcly, I"I',1'C4 r tvJUWfCwmty.T ., ..; d 1 r
te-lJ
districts in .the South with documents Brigade'FloridaMalitia on the finlMondayin' l84Pfd J 1".t;' t. J.MMO 1mt J1 tlJ rM 1 ..

GeLOll4iaot and staff were disgusted by how "a coahitiosetween' October,*aext at the places appointed 4 law tf H'1N"c) 1 8Mrilf, 1kiItl1J4."IflJn! rB JcH "d' iliOU.ib tau: ;
>
attempting ti* y I :, .. : .
,
Jy2la4bi tds ..."... : '. ) ; .!
atIOUI k'sIgnedwas iJn.
j. : GIW'd his entrance into the the election t fill the 'Is' : ] 14.
on for "
the democracy and the abolitionists, $ County'OfficerSjrto ". "Tr, .t. -v ,.._ ..0" ,.
., ( 'I'-f'1.A1 rr 1 t t. a -
4
the7 Dot him the occasioned l the .' :
riling or paying military vacancy "by 'resignation of CoL : .
operating : tbe .f'. m. g.;: nsQ,1.Jc4OaQlII
4ae to his rank. The French soldiers : for the purpose o.f upon '. Samuel S.SpencerC11; ***'-?*\ S" !ft iS le -CAQJ\tV"'FbL. -. r .,'ft'. ..".I- a .
... : .l'
JW1 elections These hyppcri- H. d'4".u .v .. ". SAS.mn Order
Ito down } ;
and
e. :: the barricades themselves, : the pending Officers oommanding'Brigades, Regiments.Battalions 1rT'ILL be cold before''the Court House doorfJlaBentonconaiyjcavtbttfirslMoiiday ; SSB&o'RoberiMcHardy ; I,
; e troops were conveyed totbeir quarL cal litcls from''fIC /a Iotlrce.it'l is i ,-'and Companies,1'wjihlnf,this State," ', ; ot D IF
succeeded in escaping from emil hereby required to JUt effect-this : ; I Dtedtaad ,
wcretly irc lated'by ** are carry ,
said are ; li1..Augu flex usaa1
hoiartofsaIe
.1, teu thousand and was loudly Order within -of their""resp>dve1jom.mands. ;Wweens4e otber.tbigs ao t d nwti'
men, If
tip
J The Alabarr' :! limits the following ,iirittrTht 6ou E
tax UhSpuedoutofthecity. He had ries among the.people. l.1.: *" .4- ".1 j, 4 property to > st .the ,deceaseds '.' 5.
PDela jells of .some of, :fine quarter of tho Sonth-Weat xiuarter:andl Soatbr r
.tae Gazette '
direttioQ it
of and II State ; WD MQSt1J4overnor.
u Garlima prof '
, ;
,"We give trouble to any detachmentli3 ." 'having been left at Montgo, August 4t'lSto'W: *& \ a" ; West quarter of the Boath-Katqttarter,Bectioa ot.S"NIIf : '
27 aad N rth.W_ fj the North-Eds 4
/ae ? .or SpaniArds he might meet WIth. 'says"Someof the.Vhpy. r f a.1% t -jt\ h -'pf1'U1f: f .M1U iqutrter 1Mr ;9 44
and : '" quarter/And North.& quarter of;Norta Wjea$ 'Ii
: mery l 7
intention the V .
is invade
kingdomiT'
.r .to itick /
jr A detachment of the French, army Were after the. ,agenLwitJ i a sharp llaAttSti727l1846 }t. quarter"eeeUob34rTownshIp 1 ; 111& Wi IBJi! %r.
beTouud.7 "i .TheJh. 17.East levied on by.Jeremiah m .z :"
t could not [ .A ,
.1' IA pursuit of him on the4th; buthe' ;: T-Is-wtyBroBDEaEi. TW1Ji per80Q9 Coutabtto aatl.-I1Iadr.Y Ex &jI ": 4 ;
that bewol& have received 1 FTh
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zette. intimates : : fO0;tilftli beT a tedbi1eversl Yttt ,
tr J UtIOSO it Bt6nn'o; ?of 1r1 1Pi t"1.

p J, TretdJjq JDeor| ;-'L q here'; i _-" a trehldeservt4, j ti ; .uil: r:tar: iges of.Pjobete.. :cYthV,8tato1n! > e< onof Nrif Ferguson' Oth i'i ihit:3dTUy'"July: n." \ ;

a ete, aid an4 teatbers.J. "' .,, f' )1 o".A 10 u'r.'IrtuA.'O. on Mon. J849. 4 ,HILIIOODY.. v '' .. .
4o 1t
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to Ita knowing darky, etb1 4ieday o O4obet hflIO actjptosof > ,'1 '-c '.. 3t JrnzuG tt t'11 CO fl &&>
d all/ 4 :con 1 .; ...
; \Vetbink c.r'f rt''I'< q m'.I.
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'reon railroad !I' ti "i
ju UtrL the o \ the.ec3onz4orOcers cfeonday Jt8 '. .. ',, u. I ":9 r..tj' h.t J.4t L.
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harmless. popk l' ---WI -' .
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if : of-the &th13 2oi'thit the Dorlhern, ofuwb i 'iQ; ",,j1rd4I ; UN&iev,sin glind<:ubt .1Ii ,
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hi cars 'see dat; maul ;.obSlffi .. : or..i I 1I t-r!{ y", .G (
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, *mk % am 4:4i4: l tunTf8 ")lIgf: b -ve" always been" ,, I""C: reesothttee :.";'.,1 ii >_.",;" p ,&OSEI.ET' i Go1gsJAg $- :'. t. IiIytorm'r .L. i-' ''U". 1nfrf'<. .; .". 1'Vt ", -'': ;-. ,"
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c !: 13d q iTHIS INSTITUTlON_ .. ttt_ BE. _.OPENED. ONt t1 1tthitsm1&1he ad1 zig+ ss'4ntttttI 111 s iri*>s ot
t a; the first A.M,
4 ( ,
7KA7upMrhe ?
M'A''c. V1MflL' '!* Peninsu of Flori&t, aproveu4k August, i V 4trU:13Ibtfl0 I

*. : 1242 and whuwereOcCUpaut5 under that act
,
I jntar ms tfr SSS wA JKIA* JStt*
$ t.hLe! Eea7p4.4cc4. th&ct1I,1 MtoVSAWA r fc
pITdft1I : ; : .. :; ; Ep43Jq ettj1dj o $ idtaruct $ {jjgpet4 i nuwii4fjiMm w j N
; apd wd not yotun&aruy rehinonan r
> / for the fftnerat rt Ir iinn .L B afc.Aothiag'iaDfjiHt \
College or for professional Me, injhj UnandlOnd ali iA1fii.hd1rhtr !Instterwi1dbrtJi*
i!? ? jbitei %1th6f th ilbo kIIYfdnhIakuHu VEGETABL COMPOUND.'

., ( in-sara xiistricts on a&tnjaUaJrBSa&a stofg ; outlindstbf r'atqejic ;tnL1 aW
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: !:;Vf ; October 'next,:to' ?!JjjMfaajf/.lfjAVf'iMiafrBi.fentW:. I ., 1the bMeIip fic4fli II4) I J 1iaIA4 ilt, JiLL lucre wipridsWSSvigcAtinptfMt V
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J'nrapjo J t iUbiMfoidcdUritf four tfmrfers, f aiding taeffieet'theroT iects or saul act, slve practice oMeveral-years-in a::bihous.cUjmate' -
n jll ?3t
.} ; I 'alidtne ieiifof f ts tU ;*Thcwe>who hater used fc themseHea/or Auttan4
f bA1t1 ekeachiithInervenig vacatione. sons alliwenkliei*slid,iag J111it
teJT
: t Florid Jat7the Capr..c first 'J)1tA4 Tt>V n3S >ff3D5Kyl 4 "M1T 1C seen!it salutary *"ffectspontbrsneedflofarther tBde_ _,.
? The day will have two sessions: the -- ntw a KaJtMiAtt.vc.Kim* !.l !'$ .from&M &'MiXnSWe'fiecbniii from 3 to 5 P. ; sAt Str ngueUne; Sf Johns' contcT es- evidence of its great value' 1n0 neaun its itinnence. ltdininie a4lj 25:?*$

IM. Wednesday mornings will be appofnted'tojexercises -PdO! i M lotiieOralgl ifl't- of i'p&4bWbn. ; itilj'" orM Jby, nmelessnesa *f tfiebfeaaJeiw SffirS'great
'.:i f-'. 4'q hIIJ /ta'EnpUh ompTssltion'iirid ar ma.tion. |thff medicine,jrneij;all ottf #m1&ies"hayd''failed. caused barrenness I/r %
kt4: :' r: : *
If :: Its operation' is not aimplygtouspen4.the It will not be expected Vf lftjggJd
: : : .Afteltthe4rsttermrnG pupilwilibe received- / couTty. on'Tn'e a7Y29t11.t1uoi1 disease for B.time, but ;to: purify the system hcateaaainre toexhib J Alundreds
ce
f ( '4 (except at3 on jMjar tfeejlfe'ioavatl ; >itif3 e *kmrsu9 i
.V. _1. int1 no pui1, Soc4e.. tz .n on teim.AutI.u. i LUU OcalaV?Marion:county, Monday,18th 'Aaa1iTr'ati' eon the 'caTOes-treatment of eases h*
.JA J
) i and'ctoeof fever1 and ftgueandother'diseakes bfdersfgned. '
P' i PSf'J fft.J/l no-ann *> >! }r R fuolif.pi ; 1Jaowiszz )1jkj
1 : bQ At Lake Lindsay, Benlon county on Monday, bi3clfmatei mi; 1 IIhcI kaUiortb fli tressed .
$ June 26th .-.. 'ajJfbVune1 K .fc u > o v ?il iM ':t ji Aj ,
1. .;s? : & ..J lui11 ? it ,0 ,,,f. ,VI v(1 suffering ontinuuUyby
: i IaI dis 'io'o.8 j t At FOtt nning, vy'couhtyj; [ oi Monday,' I Also,. numerous certificates from men of.the difliculties, and hav3ngkzewu g

.? : rdered to be held in tti1I1fOIsua1e ; ::9thJu1YI Jff t ) IC13tt highest:respectability, testifying the great medicine efectedptat

I 8i the Florida Militia, Oh1f1 Wd1U1'be'' ooM1fltliIAgust.r ;efficacy of this medicine/can.be seen on. application .* hearing recommended jer cnch eum- Mh*

;%' .' nut.at the pla dthbtAze f4T to- V 41ckibedj! :I A.litUioliM5gS

; I ton g{ County. "&atFill be In" : 4 V V T.. O: HOLMES- '.&, CO.; ; of SawapanlU and follow
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: '. .gofnmand said Agents for; Jacisonrnlte,and, Vicinity,. gaTftitfecuInii short period ItvmmpUiata
occasioned"by' the &Fi bAt Miami, ;Dade county,on -Monday; 20thu r Jacksonville, Feb. 24.1849., V 6m .end restored J er to K

>- ; S&iiey. i! thimselvea'bf We' f&Htfes f teInstitutionYorlhe ttlgMAt.i-i ., "" 'A,1 ij ; phjrt } ; fl.for ihVbei4dta sher
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bqbeld M.u"catioh 6flheir't'chirdren! !, DR. TOWNSENl COMPOUND EXTRACTrSABSAPARILLA. 'pleasure In thus i acknowleIgiiig il;
PJ jda M1L&OuI 3u mbe1 1ivi
V
p( and bthersljm y be WrMtfiat' no' Hton'' bept wbendalready V ,mending it.to the public, uM. >

4ijff ,i'Pj Nriirfee spared to ensure th' healtK, comfortan'drrbgress V This Extract is put up uz .yHatVottlss-- D.MOORE, cor. o-OT
a. p;J ; ; onbf County Of. > ift knotrledgevbf; 4ala'wK6 niay be iad&theirprq are requested to have six times cheaper, pleasanter, and warranted superior Albany,Aug. 1844. ,
to Command said Di- their witnesses reVdy vandjidom.e prepared to
ni'ofth' j f :
eE1trued to the P1nbil' to sold. It diseases without
,any cures TO MOTHERS AND .
| ed by. the res- 4N. prpye their casesfnUy. .Settlers pa lands, ,&ere : XAIilUESiMn.ThisiExtract
J ( >' siekeithg ordthQita1iahepa.
of
; tofore unsurveyed will now have an ; rsaparilla baa beta ttttaJ.
: opportum-
.- B. Pupililh Town .wm eeipected'itoprovide -' :tient'ana is particularly adapted for b.V V
tr Regiments !Jir( ) /v ly prepared im reference-to"icinJt ttatub .!
; sesanadeaks.cbais jaiia'recommenVied. : ALL 4NL? WINTR i1DICIN :
No female who bus
; within the State. ** t''j' A 4 j RUOltAItCflEft' ic/ reason to eupLctt sit i
lINl 5* Into eff&t this or"dtr Republiwtf copy.] ; qj Agehtfofjfie ;'Jrttnorctloct .. iThe great beauty and superiority"of this'Sar Broaching that criUal periooV t-turn S
tts : ) :
&l9iS49. : : :, tf :: saparilla over all other remedies is it.eradicates 'should
negleqt toltatt.Vit
bf
J c: within the limits :their respective comv ; : 4pri.1 ; / ; ,as it is a certtknS
;, .':.t Binds, and make returns according to-'liw.' ; STATE OF FLORIDA. : V disease, it: Inrigorates the ventive for any-of the numei ous a&d krHWt
,, : .wi. MOSELEY. I > ''fliL REID & CO. s skrESSRkRR.fiREIDl& V; bodyrconiumption>cured, diseases to which females are*
subject
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TO All 'to whom -.Presents r shall *
::'tt A'? i jul77; '49. tloct these CO. hlivin leai1TJL cleanse and strengthen,- time oflif'e; This period may bedey
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4A 4.. ... Greeting:'. : : .. ] V d
can'b
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.. s--_ ,_.,_ ._I__ consumption r several years by using this medicine.
''TTTT'liEilEAS.Lawrence Ryan has applied.toVV < cd the Wharf and the buildings attached
bronochitisj'conaumption Iryer compialai less valuable
for those 'bo
: their ate
with
pie for.Letter diaqaissoij from the Estate f are now prepared.in..connection colds catarrh asthma,
; coughs, spit womaniood as it is calculated
: ti : UMIZRELLAS.AND PABASfOLS DRY to u ,
,
A1 I Geqrge Ihjif cb,.deceased, -Therefore*1 QOOD, i GROCERY, iHARDWARE ting of blood,soreness in the chest, by quickening the blood and ? ?

__,v ,. -: .' .ty. KA'CHINERT.invite. persons',intereetedare: : ,. hereby notified to ,fi4 ethefr.objectiqns AND MISCELLANEOUS ESTABLISH- : hectic flusU, night sweats, difficult systenri. lneedthis nie\licinei invigcntij inTtliaWeSir tii
:: :; : 1EWZ 1d GENR4IJOMMSSIONBIJSINES3. '
.. : if any'jthey- have, to the issu- or
proxuseexpe -, all the diseases to which
.MrI11I.l .
4P : tqr Biti 'ing.of said Letteisix months after. dater pther'wise toration and paia, It braces the women mmljcct
V whole
.
rbia u.cINrer.J' said' Lawrence Ryan,.will be discharged -Theirichargea are established by the Saran in the side,oic ently the. natural syst tn. rtut iit.er ja

by'virtue of these presents. ;aah rates. .. ezitrgiet-4y.; ttttcriw jit
have and the
V V impurities of
!.. tqi., : .I J. the paiticutaraUention- t ,,. Witness my, name and seal' ,of, offiqe, They are the Agepts of the U. S.; (MailSteamers' ,can be VI V V the us to body-not Hifof.fUjtuktisi"
t..s.thi2i June A..D1 s49. .at Ibis'place and are now'enabled systcai prtduce a sul
.
,
TbipMezth. cured.
,
merchants N,York,
tion
which
I visiting 1 tS offer1 vi i'y1' to-thIe hint Tlinter j is the caie cf ttot netikiig tam
,.j : : t, (fjethiui a'oil at hi? new and spacious Man i'- : .wILuAI; F.CaABTRE& .. jj friciHty ,Probably there never.was a remedy that ha s for female weaknessaud:ditce. ,
anal the'Public r
,,. .:3ddgeoProbate,-Duval county, generally. *-j -* : *
been
ut&ctorjat4 Warehous; tSJj 1 successful uTdesperate cases otcbnsuniptionas DThE4LE VOJ ThE
'P; [i.. 1.4 il aad 144. IS road 3un 30, '49.-6rh ., { ..'-. ; Qoods;consigned,t-p their care.will! bereceiy-[ this; it cleanses r'&nd .strengthens the TUkE AKL IGir'irt hEdJiT', e4UP. .
; r war* ed and VEW
b : forwarded.with despatch t V(0<. system, and, appears heal the. ulcers on the
.b' lou
;# .4 tC2kbioN BUItEIIGS1) C' Their Store,'Office Warehouse, are aitua-/ ,Juiy.22,lS4C.
lungs and tb pat'ients gradually regain their DL
P t;' betTrten edir and Liberly'strefe ,whWe there ted Convenient toWe Wh'arfPalatka / TowsEn-Ieor My wj-jaa
:'tV ; '. & CO/'have removed' u8ualbealthand'strength.i been afflicted with a,diseased tLtfcf8tt ud
be found the ; ; ,
8Johh'sverE.FJannaryi13 V
wlllirways most extensive rtL MESSltS.'HOLMES. ,
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.
:, : th iit ,. s> '- dize totHe-large; 1849. ly CURIOUS CASE OF CONS UMP TIO& with a terrible ,ruptur.for over fiflt eirymt,
..dt buflding formerly occupied oy'the United States] ft flnv.rvnbspu hut. thnro nra the ereater Dart of the tim > f-'ha in* v...
.
; PMiUULLAS,. :knovrif aSHhe Goyermrien't''Building.: "They P. Patents f 1 in prove- a number of cases;of Consumption, reported as troubled with shortness oi breath cad grui fluttering

'. t PARASOLETTS AND SON- have'added'
'( % i SHADES froM NeYork.ifuUasbrkient" of Dry Goods. fLLTPERSONS infringing.or violating the The following was recently received: tressing, and has frequently UtLULUeLU

'Groceries, Hardware, -Prb'visfonsy Kb; -&c.; 4\: .above,P aten are .cautioned,not,to pay, --DR.' TOWISEND-1JC4T Sir: For the last. lea'veJier-bed. Jhe.rupture ,was verj-)kigj
4 fits tf&isowxL celebrated manufacture, for sale in w.bich they are prepared to sell at reduced for,said infringements, or violations toLymauMerchant' three.years I have; been afflicted with general and mere, hbe tried aln st every reac j ut

i*3 any quantity, and at greatly reduced rice& !''prices. fl- Sx.'siThey ; ,Daniel Humphrey add Thomas 'J. debility/and nervous consumption of .tbe/.Iast such cases with but unitS beuefiw LtD. ill

: G.JrB.-pledges hitnself that Umbrelias an"D ; we now,prepared topurchas1ttoz4: Barney,'
,' T P&uei(ri e Ijlijlea;, and other produce of the country", at the under a'powerof .Attorney dated on the 18th ,at all. After'going.through a course of medicine medicine she was entirely relieved oof tbediseDse
4 'I k *A No, 1 in > fS hxghesVMarket rates-aad make cash'advances .under the of of the distinguished the heart and. the *
'. every respect. ; : :day.January, \848, assaidpower -Attorney, care some most ?rupture $IZLCEtS'

:I tJ. .. I: July 7_,_'4g. ._ _: I 1 'on consignment; to:their,,friends in Savannah was revoked by,me.on the 234 day, of, ApriL regular physicians and members the tirely disappeared. ,
4t i-i; ; : . and .Churlegton, prNewYork. ; 18'49' 2EBULON_ PARKER, 'Patentee: Board of Health in New York and elsewhere, .She has also had the dropsy,, and

: ; .jThey have new (article)Wrought-Iron "Newark Ohio/May 19, 1849.' Slabs1 and spending the.iiiost. of -earnings in attempting much swollen. We bad Qidea that gscai

.MALk i". i LADY, who has had'severalyearsex'peri Ploughsr4o.which they would respectfully call to regain .my. health) and after reading be so. benefited, as she.hutl such k comjlkatki

V. ience in a'fihishingschool I for Young La': attention Planters. -ToLarmersnndDairymen.. in.some paper of your Sarsaparilla 1 resolved of disejiH vs. But it has,&s strange as it na;y.

': i ,tJ. dies,is leairous to reside}ri Florida;,aod, there, Jacksonville, Nov. 6, 1846. tf LIiQN'Y &EfrlERSON'SPATENT.DOU- fco try'it. After using six bottles fbund it peur, relieved her of the drepy. 1 uai;

: fore"wishes to' take charge of an A'cidemy for .tlpLE-ACTINJ, KOTAaY,..CHURN,, done'tne great,good, and called to see you ut that this btaten.ttt is i so stnrgt
'.. Young Ladies, or to hear of som-VheuUhy ptea- j MailArrangement.The :liarlyadfi'pied t'oVarni Clit'nales.'aj it produces bt&t.tI your office ; with Jour advice I kept on, and do almost like ficlioD. but it i ,zeer1tles,zlt

,.r tow.n.in. which sufficientrencpurjigeuienti i Northern-Mail arrives every Sunday and as aiily from sweet milk as1 from rrratn, In most heartily thank you for your advice. I persevere reality. Tour Sars pj rilb ia.ceidvly a -

,: *mba given her to establish a chool lor Young Wednesday .by tbr
5 e: :':.: ta1,1n- 'which,will be fiaglit1 all the' Branc&esrefa -, : Fri'da! Mornings at 7 orclbck. !tint proprietors hesitate to feeling. confidenre julie in beat capabiliiies churn do able to attend ton y usual labors for the last one that is suffering ve.h&ve bitu ji.if

complete Education, 'together' with1Masic The Southern.:.Mail) arrives on Monday,and f b to the pubic.| pronounce. The Oharn is on exhibition ever at offer-the fourinpnths| and I hope by blessings of God disbelieve this Account, tbejare >tlt t\ *

ii:* .r 1.', ILjT1 ,F.retch| ,Painting,Embroidery,&.c. .Refereuc'es Tuesday nights,and closes on Sunday and Wed Agency, '. and your Sarsapartlla to continue my health.It ._ cull at nty house and have ccalaruen.on-vtiratici,
d.: a{ regards hersuccess'and'capability ne'sday mornings at 11 o'clock. : ,Np.,2. J.OHN STREET : helped me beyond the expectations of all that 'loura, resjectIuIly, .V V V
t'4) '9Pr ? i '; .v. as.a teacher1,' will be given. Anyone wishing tbetfcage'lier'serviwsrorwhb The'Westeru'Mail h .due'on iTuesday nd V senonn- V story.'cornet1 pf Bni dway'I; ew'YftVk rftyiAnil kiiew my case.., V CHARLES QUIMBT. WILLIAM TOWSEB, 1 Juts*
.
iPa; can.give'the abqceK'V .Friday mor1in ,.b'1 o'ddck arid* closes-on- in'orde'r to conVinre iHtf'inrreddhTU* and Vat'isfy Orange Essex Co.'N.iI.Aug.2, 1S47.

ti I,. information'can'get her address by.apply ing.'t'. Suudiiy. HQ.Wednesday mornings at 11 'cI1iTh .the curious at TWELVE OCWCKVDAIL.Y. ', State oJNethy! Essex County, ssJ Chas.Quimby .1 YSSYS .
'Y .J >';'' tfi fl ditd orthe "JackspnyineN ws.'' '. : Mailofrom Nasa Court Housearrives i ACHOEtNINOWILL4BB. MADELteo being qily sworn according to law, on V Ko fluid or medidiuehui e\er been discover

'i"t.: t? Jio"2dlS48. 3th .I'i ;oft e'very\Tues chine>,The., and pubjic see.jnTite.dtocaUand its utility.to tfd.Ci it combines epuniae the the ma following -: 'his oath saith, that the. foregoing statement is .ed.which so nearly ,reseinblestbe, psrjt2ce
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C .t, V., ; \ inbrmng'attI o'clock Ts 'i valuab ,efluiiHu ; "- -*- V V true, according 6. the V best'of his knowledge and .saliva,. in decomposing sttdVlrufgUitpig

; 0 1)Tt t$ cker1ft'LS.tIC.7TILL .- It. u; .MABZBUTTSP; tniitew lst.It!: prdaceaj>utter in legs time than any other belief.V VV',. V' '?CffAB. QU1MBV. the organs(.of digestion. as. this prtparauci 9tSaxfaparilla.
pWr&t. ,, '' be sold before the ICourt.House, inr Jacksonvi t 4-i : Churn. malungn.ajid gat1ieriiiItfroiujweei mntfTn' Sworn and subscribed to before me at Orange ,It positively cures e'erj cswOtdppepsinlzoweversevreo
.t '.L 'theiTow.n.ofi Jacksonville, on the first : I torn three to cigul minute's, anti irocteain V 4 I in murh .the 2fd August;'Il8ir. '"CYRUS BALDWIN,' ,chrodc...
$ ... .t. .V Monday:iifl/August next, between the usual .fldwtuhiirIjiz' Notice. less time. Ujr..> J <>.t v'ifi arfja) V V Justice of the DEPARTMEM.: AtBArr Jlaj J0,1845.I V V.

? y hqurs.ogaale,1 the following property,to wit:- MONTHS after date I shall-present mj 2d..It produces more butter.finm the same aurnudoIEuiik 4 Pea'ce'I I r >B.TOW SENI>-$MV 1. have, been afi-icted

,. I, .. one certain Jot of Jand, with the appurtenances SIX and vouchers to Jthe Hon. the iu.w rk of in cn am niprf,than.Iwo4inary.inethod..thortiugh ruT scTenttii .manner.as it does TWO CHILDRENSAVED.. V I for several years with dispcpeia j i4 J

.. :? thereto belonging,situated in saidTo wnof Jack- Ju3ge of Probate bfToIuinbia county for a fi- 3d.l is.fh feji|>Mi and nyisV'rmivrtiienV.'CImrn ,Viy few fa t haYb,I t tkt ifprm attended wjjh sourneBs otstoswci);!
t, .,.rq '... onville.and known on the plat'.of sold'Town Hi .1? ; heaid.ofontht Ided
a. o&I ttj ent- bc fQXTtheJflhjJJistratiOn ever mvehtpid.tinvDWrrg: the true philosophical pnniplfsofhuttfrnriijc7' Dr,Tonseiids1aisaarilla'i1n Oappette, extrezehieartbur;. $
..: ,p *Lot No. 3, in square No.-IQLThw Western .. oftbe, ,., sate of ; '- ""'rt1 ir--tt 3w.*' $ lost' ehjian the past ''aversion to ;allkinds focdwsd fouebwhaucouidt
j. ::j 'V"i boundary line of said.lat commences on Bay atr2. ) -" lie t$ J. PA 4i'K' 4il wimilk; rtr'.belnj cHfirned, is sweet aad V .thmerhi1 thoe tht didnOt ( ) .have V beenn bJetoKUia
I t *k (! vnna finfA YJni flA 1 r 1AC. : uitabt*for family u e.4k ,iv.iry j/ -," c-oitf-if 1
tA"
1eet Qk died. 'The certificate'tfe pilblishr below Is con- tui a sniull portion oq mj toouich, ltrW.e-
:
1 4ts -5ihi-Ii siead ef theralf.with
._ : > feeding milk direct I
) k onernmos Izpfit n said square i.-. t'nJ 1i ViYi-v'y' from the churned milk elusive evidence of itsvalue, and is only ahoihdfeticuredby' ',usual remedies. but they hjtdjbutnttlew.effect >
cnw- sweet will
"; Fo. 10; thence Southerly S/eet thence BasW '1_ J4.P.t'f'_ : ___ II purpose. By this means the butter is all answer profit.every i er- intance VV, 'I+Qfits aiitl iiiifchi1dren. : in removing the coaplainU ,l !vuifidu!
,* wanlly 7 feeL ( l! $ Q. I
r : .tlte ce.JSouthwarjllysia7'feeif : r ,,i We offer it uiloiTlliefyjowfngterms;Jf the Churn B. TOWNSEND-AJeIZT Sir: V i: nad twO;clii t led, aboultwo inouths since, to try.yoar itriet
: / thenejt WeslWArdly along said.aay street 24 laiiitqfiVfiarcriaDwALjfiJ" does not prow sTejsw StegdM itTrtaj be returned : bHii* Sarfeapafilli'bf the bujiimer ,of Sar&ijmrilla,and 1 must e.'yj4tb litUcinuiffidencejjSut
: : feet to the pl4cqofbeginn1UgczBetn "* A U fe >/ i'l'iy i / > nt n>iJMkwSJin
/ bdmjded and the b .
monejfgtfil jdifatiHeVe and
complaint: dysentery;, one jras olyimonths & ; ; after using nearly two btitJesi
: : ; :,; n the North i by lot.No.,'6 tforeiaid,aad by a asre?Pc Q )uatefl jiji, Nassau \ have con n wdfthjiwf anHTfr sale.six dlfTej j old and the other; 3 yeara.r.They) ,were found,my appetite restored and ;tl>teh Kribw&

4b 3; :t'' :, Lotyt plwtly.nettrjNass uyndparily'nei rent sites tS jti &TfcSiJIfSi-afld' $12. capable nf very muchr uced,and.we expected they would V entirely removed, ad 1 would .earne$ rft'commend
: : churning at , I. 20 '
twa.d lbtNo > gallons
,3 tbeSomth b-;
' pa Bay Mary*.Rivers'being a portion of the WatermjtnGran of milk cream. Al >> rourns of any size made to die: theywere' Bveh uji: bVtwo"Tespectable"physician's. : the use of it to those who;.have bttaafflfcted

p rt. t4 4kjVcsLb7:& orUonibfsdlotNo:3: v .'...nTbe"iaopvei eavily timbered pine order. ; When tbre doctor inforfaed usl-that V as I have been.. ,. rours, &A,

tI J lari<1j cbnvenienlly sittiated upon,water courses, Exclusive ctS niryTlfit t 'nftRnfHeftire and sell .'wq resolved ,tctry" your .:. ., VAVZADT
:I siea from J-heCircuit] Court for JJuval 5 couiityqrec1suobts&ueduttbe j with theexception of about five huidrFa' Iesofhear7hatflmOek'ltthduponthe in the States of:Nwh:and South Car 4ins, Gforgia. Staparilla ,Weha4he0rd so much of,hut;had V N. B. FurcHcse none but such as have!rip >

;,tt$ ( May fit-Mary's and ploridaiforjialei at about the rate of one hundred little/confidence, therebeing so much stuff advertised ers that hide the bottle .cociplettlr-jujj b*"
I le iQt favorofJo n .St "iSnmmis dollar*fiir ech'I0.t)00 inhahita'iits/,, 'that'is.worih'less but'we' ari( the V
.Th 7 : Very L written signature ofS P. l0\l 6ESP. ,
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; ; :" pn6OrO1Sidfle7Wintringharn.__ T cn .,'2 I? cheP forcisfl. Appiy to9rst.tttWOJ tdih11adkt1i"ttI of d 2 per 4 "cent allowed JL tKa'nk'fuT tnai'We a!
i,:! k wrttrAM mcrAi t"tf iAlliorderspo paid,addressed to the V ubsri i 'tBelives df both'.o 1 write this that others-may I\tI N.-Y.i "Redding co. 8.statwt.;Boston Pj
!! V
,. I ; .t. va st flTJ1MA8tLEDITllI brjh1 be prdmplly ttended.toj rf f i ..rtj f induced'to use ifcYours; r.e pectfuUy.,, I & sons, 132: .North
rsSheriff.efDnval :
b dii. gd.+..jKvi county, V .: i1I.rJf ; ut.id.. s 9JWIN WILSON, ;. S..Hance;,Druggist .Baltimore; JJIk
0 .3i'NOi1tpAnq_ ; B ,Myrfle-aTenue, Brppklyn, Sept. ,1847.peases Richnond; JP. M-'Cohe eharlejlcoj,
.
: .. ;-r : I .nfi"AbY : V-TJN4 nc ::4yz U VV fccoTiSi t htr: -st.Nw.
: romj MiIItccoi tnnthiln3E4boflW Peirl- t. Albany R Van' uc'ka29V'
ti ; o14betoretIie Court Uouse door. ; bf the AMItajt ;
r
J'lLvrtf&4MtJi'Q'wu; Ol Jacksonville, on the fl6tieetiiiidt V tbeIL'rhdO tli tkiayltIra B1 tll's Ila djsshe arket "

4 first Monday of-August next, betwentbe natal anyTwhb rtiaf-'ede fit to pdtroniie tto.'And'asUresT4n itjcuiikuf Frsh SAl- geutlenmu spoken of int.hfoU whig letr principal Dtnggfsts an
I lidiaM
1: honrjjif le,.the following propertyrto witS :- Unit : uaaiitiupers RifE UMA rJS3L1fi thl'OUghOUttbeVU'aiteil ttWe8
fvlawA* IAMM Afmf tt *.!*.*. f\f -* t _.." n1 _no rfaihs, ._ wilVbarred''to.e theCanid &, ,
:, <4ttjf-n- if* iMti' /-i-i.t 1JaiJ jnbPLst p 1TIi !' ? ,mqethflfltOUf k1ioiisan V V V
ri. oto3, 3- toth atthi'h4 fffid'Liuore 4 rle byicePifzN cases or rheumatism that TXr. TMvink1's 5ar. ;,I.4 AV; J"V ck onvmeFlon
. a Levied atteiition & 'seerna .
will b'aidtihe V
V V
horses V
of those
travel V Z"
.44 l
sn, deceasi; and. p9iflp3pJj1jiam are weekly rat1icatOdby.jta e.
Icrtwh'Otnay'thlnK.'proper to with
tI ? Uickmaone f the Eiecutorsof stop him. I u.&a3d ; *
I said deceased. t *** A. W.UH.'liTON. tracsrdinarjfvirtues.r7odajm?, n,. ts<
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Imedfrera tKe) ) fttYto ?
kL' :CircuAsi _ackwnville-E F-De-1848.. tf 'u5y9L fcS 1
I cfDuval V
V R. TowNSEND- ? Sir rhtfre suffered

II I ftrriolySror niHesy ntnamjvWiHlajn I iz1' Cheh1Ad 4t i-'U .? r- c"i4ht kdf.ftie t o1l o&ld: ;eat.j1ep 'V CointyMayT& I V .

Eieciitowp Jpahufr I minlstritorfcf tbejoEstpteJaof rfranblsiIRicnaiS, wnrk{UbaiicthA i ort 4ittuingpains, and
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) SSfeSftiS *
&fflWBW. a ib 7 Jgeif iProbatect'said ountyjiftrla' final 'C'HWRTJE & "wi U fi fir*A-/Vi A L! fQur anI tbe' hye Lath1oreL1-. :

:4ALQJjir t,, !,"CW Monitty( eeUlementofsaidr-Estate lina hciU/fat the Same V V 4tit Eio' aiaiWtbd1W I dAithofko1.i3fto ) I i".
Re
?iri_tet\( iitosw'/l ) D1WI1OU as snc V V hoh1bdtteIndtbentiftlyIel1e1di
'L AdBiiriistr/tor1! which aJlJptreofas rV J4CKSONI.jjJ ( k; uYoxi tkj1Wetqjua$ j&$1ht
, If ftfliiaJVh.tVti.W.wncern_ < 5 intertsl iM i: SALESJfl711
( {Est&t] ardaredtotakd! otjci>,r.nfui thfCoUty atndedV L fdr1'eIttbE11

STEBUENcBEWDEZj&dm'r. YourafeenetI'u1Ir. ,JAMs V and'l*?; bi 0
puJaooary.80 : 4
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11849wt Y.d u4 Mhcm .Ja ciBd i iI v wij'i inTdttlr. 4 l S !
vep it is <

I be had on thaJrstUay.otihe-u jtjfro ef
; 4ipUng

k1y9 i 'QOOM2f.Z tr441rjiie.by __ fllt )._ j _.j9jj9'f._ weak and. 4 bilU.ted.fSpil e pros.hfathqo5 .
,
I 4&et% adUtribnlbn that ? 'oi1 t4:
oCsnH
1 J! robust months. !

tt'thde&TaoDg5tth_ Reyfl_ F-v'--_ :.4Vf1Ith1 ijzeai fii/< 1 certify the above to be a fueJopyIb$
: .4IY44L1oI. tn, ois w&t 1 r jfl 110112 Pth $ yjTlfe

k gaaJi.eum.1APril28I849: GuN8. MqniH) bafr*. .. leofsaId

quaity, for aifleibiCtf deceusefl. JOHN cLEFror1 A1 county1 *

;* im. A. M. REED. Jan, 27,1849. VV 6wV _o 14 V V' ::88CAEBOROUGUdtt'June
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