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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 18, 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 )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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;g1wfll be made., v ..Ctu.xo.t. .. ., r., ....,,-.J a defects. h.n- tA-a
adY rtbetneDtimast be paid for before in- Tcubic! feet white oak plank stocks, sound and ; -t.., 1'''hl J "r t c 1g e l ach a 145feet tb moDIdfftc ,I. f ., .
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;: at ---'cents percubio fbot1 -t. il u>Jjfi :, i -N.Q.l... .. < g mut ., a1v't 3 .unx ;
-, ziies. bi a regular e..lOID6. Byrefemnjrai -: sided, inches ofwhite oak boat;, 'r, ,. "; ," \ t "" "\\J" 1.'. >tH% 31U "d-S: f 1i1 ;I1jj j D. 't1 3 Cf jf J. 1tf8.i .
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d- ;the require sum may be atceruioed knees. a-.. cents perl1ded. inch _.t.- ., : YlqwPc. :kP4" r,1 0\. f.i I :d.tt1Locu."tildtir.'i- tt 1' Inches *id,1ole1e v
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the advertisement. t* 'J .'.__. .. 'Tel 5 1W I
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lid lfanlfDiued with' ; .j 40,000 cubic feet Drained J&nrthgrn *"ioo ( }ih1 {Jlfa11 tJt6 rmb. io u1.sn ; j-fU i1't 1.1.\ .

.r7Mv1Ienta! not,marked with.the number low Pine plank at Temp fqtyfl: tt t lengths not less than 10 feet to average 12ln- 300 feet ash.pltk, E1a.s tbIc I'!th N. 4

j jaienJew required! will,be.eonrinued until forbid ",. ,'; in length, and nol e iessthanllhirty-flteyfge} inches diafafile 'cot Jew fliari iiJ Un'chei, .to be l .a ( .Jri j; .. 9.t t ;
or.d.41. CLASS NO.cubic .- I;; long. Two sides'must b<4 lined straight,bu omTPetk1dthe the best quality, fifee frqnjall defects. .

-cbarte4 iTi will bechagP4fr all annoe.eetl feet yellow pine plank -"- Batural taper of the'. The 2 l\iH..1 ow Locua i99Oil eala 13 ahei'fP. JiI r.. ,
T other \ .
two sides lined.
xiiwybe
> of7parallel iijia Y Wwffrsm& L.
stocks at cents foot at :: to\ iiIJ
fcvijidate$ for.ofhce.fiqut. per cubic i _
"; 'Cor, Six. Monthi. : I $10.00 cubic feet promiscuous yellow / : breadths, or with.the'/natural" taper, and must ,-*met :clq( itO tJ iidV/ h11 &Ww O Jfq& .., W'.
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at be line jstraighij lIr,-witk. fairf? "e. Thesrnail.e&dinust ; 5CeOICutimcer l plini; 4
J 'wDebtbriindCreditor. *. I J 700 pine 'cents.peI ub c'foot'. :- cotTbe'less*than i.pft1itbe tn 150 cubfofeet. gq.Jif' cij1t1.aecL"tJo.l"' -

Adminlftrtdoa 5 orr .- tniLt end:' rUif m i,enaA': not be ,r1.$1lal2.1FItTeetuchc7, 1ISJ: hii&ij.. wi iijnch
ASlicttion Tor Letters $. -.- ;Jif "et 1f1 nt tf CJ < 11.t'tfltff, iteji t. f--J WcL4). I !

ft Atlreligui noticet; will beinterted grauti.. : f7 less than twelve'in'oVessquare.1'Cleirsdf. wane. ;' nmi; :4Ct.Ai$1id 3 d f : .; J\ '' f l" E.
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No more wooxl hin niiigfi\ of the 3Me4ji, = = D.1'ta "-
t, .rj. If my bid ,be accepted,J desire to ba addrest I sap '.'fl\ ; jytltP.i 1'i} 'U 3
: breadth of the face'frbnYeach Vill be ii.toedonhc 't irQ a ;
All tU7 eommanic 'n' mo$t .be tddremd to sed through the postrofficV:at''" ''';i'andtbJB corner jncb wide; so be d*sl,.' J

GatcTT. ." .& contract to be sent to the navy agent at i\ stockfc r JCM sajK wcnXl'tob J. eg. Oooo, cubic feetfioufhelrA Yellow PintpUik 1I-t r..t jt'rJlrJl' '; Z'334,1 3' '. *'
C. p ? chided in the meu\1retne"t-.r'b1c.Joo ? .MO tiCA Ub145004o3
AcatlTC1. *kit eet44Z :
mio 6t 'penooe!eonnm&Dieat wil for execution.--. .. boo cubq fees fin .&i :!S'<{uta"el.: 4+ '&jtiVFfe 93&1&SSf W 4'.to ; 1I-tan
tt '" Respectfully, : : k. B. lo' ; 'jt OQ > ftetSontheniTenow-Piae; pro- do" ,;t t1
u tdft'l'tllf'lRenu. ; Pipe promiscuous timber .from"M; to 4tf npps'. ivA JJ.d9 ,2M. 4dOr .dq' .
fIbIrged r "
To Commodore C. W: SKINTCKIC, / .wJf 'M:"' ffl1' 'it ot 9J : Conj

rrr AI bills for J'* Printing;mart be paid.on thev.eUvrI' Chief JBurcau of Construction. c., ,&c.Washington. feel cubfc long; foot arid: from. 18W'24tinchesJi9tuareper : *' *' :cv* -- he'plank 4tccku fJtSbe,in;lengthv not less 419 2. do' rtip t. d\-. I .
-j i." { '..1 ji ti-y Jin 35 feet 200 do IJdo da 4
aTeraging45fe thalf
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01 the All the above Yellow' Pine Timber be of totqnaM' ,
to
Mc a 'l. 4-111 ,d 4o.ro t .dp
,, We, the undersigned,residents of, ftqIW\6J14 iD .1L11d up.,. ;! : 1 J :
the best ml free from defects.
very quality/ P.i dp13
in the State of --,. hereby guarantee, !p4&t beopcpd ofbe.ktob.4 the >.dC: : I dpj .' '.jt i ?
The ends to be sawed off to sound *ndperfetock1 500 do 1
PROPOSALS square lrLuajitJng ,, do. 0dS cle
that in case the foregoing bid of -' J'VVJ vl*'*'' *% 1eatbtf:gtaJ f..tfteJ from I 1'f'
be acceptedthat- *- r"wilT/wTthin, fiveT days -4."'' lV by the Wi1 6uitraqt.VlrtV' ,' .h rt shak wind ahak. < a th il 17f4e\J P&r"HI ."" 'ii
FOB TIMBER, &rFOR THE ftA.VL. contract ..& r 3: f1 jti1 nJ W \o! : .1gtji, JjfQ0tr .
after the receipt of the at,the post office
NAVY DEPARTMENT designated in said bid execute the same WhiteXine. mre sap than one-eighth the breadth of the OOwhmteashbsrsJ6 feet longoiQofeb' -

with good and sufficient sureties to1furnish'tbe. 2,000 feet board.measure, No..l Vhite',Pine te from." T each m !}tyty&V&J9&llP. J't r J4 ,tROt-:3ni-"i: h1't r.j, ,
'ib 50 .
BirrMK ofCoKftruction, Equipment and Repair, articles proposed,in conformity with the term 1 inch boaJs to he clear of all defects, such as;t call sap t Q & in the measurement ef ,* "* .Jrhjte.au.clU't".1 f, 1r.'Gt. Ie .

June 13, 1849. : of. the. advertisement under'.. which. -- "it.was' made. knots, rot splits:shakes, stains, coarseness of tll"he timber. % (,II Ot H I : 'f"-"t."ijjien t. byihe7oo'trrilJ5p Lnr I. :.
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CEALED proposals, endorsed "ProposalsforTanbtr i' tL-'DV' quality.sap'wood,holes, and: uneven sawing--*. ( "promiscuous timber' to ben; lengths .mPmtl..t.: il c III'J .
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? or Lumber, as the case may bel'iing (na E.F. f. per thousand feet;' board measure.- Vl : ,. jiteSffl?* > ett".. !swA.l e k/01 500ft"lm white".tepat uJ ,1)lvth fqo. fit ,1 .?. '

the yard for which the offer is,intended) I hereby certify,that to the best of my kuowledge I! oOoo feet, board measure-, No. 2 White Pine, ea and. "' *th&Aop-epd,. oars, 18 feet,JOT&or:'Ie

fill be received by this Bureau until three and belief, the above 'named guarantors one 'inch boards, 'to'have'not more ,than ffcra 'a\1'8gh g..t'6'rnchti8" r; o.Le: 6i'theu-beit, $ l.itbJ. ,,g; .{ lit.

o'clock' ,P'M' ,of the fifteenth of August next, for are good and sufficient. < J-ji.. medium size'knots within the surface fifteen.. 'lItylaneaiThie gr jrf :frdiS toeart, -,300..w",_ in tt. '.AJt rM.1'II.112/pd Jogqr,34O feet :
:
i fttrnishing and delivering, under contract,-at Navy Agent feet; to be-- clear ofalt other' ktiotsy sdp'wood sbkes, wind shakes and all other5 defect; to length by.:.the',foot, ; ;*"i1r '.
AU the lS
en3 b&ewed to a ifi f.-n-mnlP &iJq1fef ;'1.t.'
{ tie*e navy yards hereinafter named' the rot shakes, splits, holes and\uneven sawing fairledge according to the growth:; ,ttfe best- !

tl' timber,lumber,and other articles embraced in NAVY YARD, K1TIERY, MAINE. per thousand feet.board measure. *ofie' tree.and.io.have\f p- 4 jjoiiapre.sdjt *T n'. .pcs quality-Jr 1e-Nh I tIw .
,". ttii Adrertuemeat. One-fourth of the whole 1st CLASS. owe breadth of the race from each corner,and aa apIit1 : .ot 1 j ;.1 .t t 4C.


Firered on or before the 1st July?one-fourth on White oak knees, (by the sid d.inch.:. ) Locust,. '4rc. irithe'measnrejBenTof: 1i1atimoer.' 'Ao.haled JYAH! #PI9JA
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or before the lit September;one-fourth on or be. 600 White,Oak knees, '(or 4,500 sided. inches.,) pction-of the above timber miy;be with tr -
800 cubic feet WIiteAsbb tt from 30000 cubic
feet
fore the lit November;and one-fourth on or before the net siding of one third to be 7 inches,:'the pieces, a lir'oMTe'-bf% inches spring dtiejwaV of the: white-' oak'plank. etock per cnbicfooV .
14 to 30 feet long and to 19 inches diameter gtsk. ." ,.' I. -a. ;
average :
f he 30th December, 1S50. In case failure net siding of one third to be 8 inches, .a ,the ''' : .
in 'themiddle the kicks :
of cleaf fb'f WOOcubit ftet
wdeli.vertbe article within the times and in net siding of the other third to be 9 inches; the The aforesaid'plan'k sIOks"in proin1i&- white oak promfccttous. timber, .
bark; none less than_16 inches'diameter-per oc timber" be : .ee1tethia.fQot.f; "- ** '' ** : -i ,
epecifiedthe Bureau the ni' 5 feet fov5"feet and pust felled"between the'lst'ofOjob'er
proportions or sera arms te be in lcngt'lis''fr .
t I *! comraindants to have the right to supply 6 inches; ,the bodies to oe in lengths from 5"U cubic foot. i and the1 tst'of Marchy iad'J, must have .2000- .VtjCh white oak;pknky per thoajieawlfp -

tr f 'deficiencies by purchase and the contractor and to 7} averaging 6M feet. inch,500 thick feet,board to" measure..16 Cherry boards one giwn'within 60.miles'of the sea!coavtf must, 2000 f ;boajdmeasureJ ? i' !

his safeties to be responsible. in twice the con The bodies are to be sided to the diameter of average' znchea.jerth6nsandfeet .* betripped thebark-:or hewed within:20; tThinth whiteoakplaak,c pertljcu-
,
boara measure.. ; :> df s after it is felled, and : > and feet/ board tteaiart.! u u .i
r tract price. the the siding size taken atthe middle of '' placed:clear of t\e .
arm ,
Three 120.000: feet board measure, White Ashpla'k, p und. S-/; .. **< Cui/- ;3000 t et"lt inch white cak.botrdjL, tii&
Alithetimber,and other articles: must be of the length of the arm, (clear of bark.) "" '. : .
inches thick and
thousand
the rery best quality,and subject to the inspection fourths of the siding or diameter is"to bee' sure.. -per -.. < t,. board. mea r p Cues No. 4. .3000 feet 3-4 feet;board'iaeainre;l i fri 0>v- 'I

ant> measurement established for the government sidered the net siding of the knee. ;; I ; o.l Inch whit bak board*, per. thtnsand i 1t-
500 feet board measure Cherry plank 2 inches fe tbcazdeaaure] ( "- (; ?
of the several nary yards,printed rules The moulding size of the body, in the middle 8 r'timbw. : 4.
.
thick to 14 inches "wide- ': ifi-.Hii'A ,U'III' ; The Te"f" : ';stoeici
average
oakplaak tob'iin
of which may be obtained on application to the of its length, to be full one and one-half net thousand feet board measure. per Syellow'pme sticks, or 267, cubic -feet of length !
:
spar i
.
different commandants: or nary agents. AH laid siding of the knee. timber 50 et tlopgi 6 inches rllOttJftJwi,3fttt tytraxbg 43 a*
feet board' ; parallel. feet half to '
1,000 Black Walnut 12 laches
measure 'i asd half
timber.lumber and other articles must be knees to be and i eqoire toiqtere ,
entirely One-half of the above square, 3yellow pine sticks i
boards 1 inch thick, to.Average 18 inches wide or 210 cubjo',feet tpf spar 14inchesSid'upiardj.sttbe tcp'tad'' f the .
satisfactory to the respective com man. one-fourth to form :an angle from eighty-to tiQlber.4 feet
thousand feet board 'j bug;15 inches paralleL sticks Theyi inust be
per measure.
I ragh
quared
dants. the remainder to.form an.angle 4Ye1 8i according a
ninety degrees; wpin ik or tQ35, cubic,feet of
1.,:00 feet ,boar4 measure Black Walnut ; spar to the growth of the 10_".110'waae .
The white oak timber must be hundred e ez :
rough squared degrees.The timber
from
ninety to one boards .]i inch thick to i 14 73 feet long, '5" inches 3' from 1-5 the-
wide ceeing width ti
of fact '
;
according to the growth of the tree to have no length of the arm to be measured from : ,. average ipches li btJtt. X .\ I. .' of the"sid" -
j thousand .feet board beef the
vane exceeding one-fourth the width of the faceof the back of the body moulded, by the .anglesgiTen. -per, feet raeasure ; lyellow.pine sticky or 722 bi ftet>6fsplr squaredV heart"siak besi se.v..flee from :
"'" '' ,500; 1oardrnthlackWalnutplauk, ; wind;'Sbakeb 4 abort r -
:knoa9
the side All the "timber
M squared. yellow pine .
t 2 inches thick inches'wide 65 feetutoBg 5 inches 3 from I crooks'and all
deftctsw. !
average l.fi per ;.. P eTc bical .
timber must be of the best quality of long leaf : bUtt. contents -
fid CLASS. thousand feet board X of the shall
measure. be
t exetadfttia
; sap
( .? themlasurertamt'rA
- t.
lu.riiii Sown,a wellov Ilt.to .be hewed to a"fjineJge i y1wtpiaestIckloi468 .j -
.
,
- feet board boards. Cubi "ee pf 4'i 1 >- -*.=- **' -r '
j- '
10,000 *
Lumber "Board'meaiute )' thou., k;, measurerf Cypress ; spar : Is)
t'
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; and to have no more sap than one- ( ptr L .. timberr,5,2 fe long 19icea.fronibut : N ': .
inch thick' and'irom "
1 from 20 to 30 feet 1 ne'
eighth of the breadth of the face from each corner sand feet. :ong; ;4-yellow piro 8ticksJbr384.cubid: ; ftei'pf ; tPTomiscup3 1)."'to beh1. glta .' ;
8 to 12 inches wide-per thousand fee board 'spar "natl '
|, thaD20f 't IY h
;the contents of aU sap to excluded in the 'timberS'feet Iehgi8l 3S.t .
1st Inches
feet board qua.lit15-inch from ?
2,000 measure, measure. 1 i-iDd' ; '
n rai
netisureuent ofthe timber. The oak must be butt. ': --T.i t. cf' .
clear White Pine plank. Locust from 12 to 25 feet
SOpieces Yellow '
; $e-ioTe17mtbes.
foiled between the 1st October and the 2.
1st of 2,000 feet, board measure, 1st quality 4-inch long,and from 10 to '18 jncbesdiamet. ?, to average ; yellow-pine' sticks,or 147 cubic feetof 'spar -Wed ieC r.ill.gtO"UWg itaubeoigh? '
March, anJ must hare grown within sixty milesof timber 54 f cr"thoe, tret* .
clear White Pine plank. inches d clear of bark in the feet.locgt inches ;: from .
14 have
,
'm.eter to \
ne
wane
the sea coast must stripped of the barkol brctt exceeding 1-5 the widjth .
; feet board inetsure.1st quality 3-inch middle of the 575 cubic feet I -,a-f ('! Hf.-'" ojf th .: I
3,000 stickS) or pfer cubic face oTtbe rides as'squared be
hewel within twenty days after it is felled, clear White Pine plank. foot. : 4 yellow\ :pine sticks,.er g68;cubic lesLie j to :of the fidst .

nit'l placed eriJcnceuust: eh'Jir of theground:which satisfactory 3,000 feet, board.measure, 1st quality 2%- 6 pieces Fustic, three feet.long and sixteen rf..,timber iTSjfeet"long,22 nches parallel spar i- "bid quality't ofcs,free and from all'th'erde1i'.nd hear akfl.uk.. : ..
'be gi fen by the 4 thrcuWcai ;
,
contractor, inch clear White Pine'plank. inches diameter 17 'cubic yellow pine sticks-oc 674 cubic leet of enn a\S-7t .
say feet-percubic spar tie-
shall'
by the production certificates timber p excludedin .
signed by two the :
65 feet
10,000 feet,board measure, 1st quality 2-inch foot long,?22 inches parallel< measurement. *.1t1.1 ; ;
rtspecuble witaesses, with their deposition onoath clear White Pine plank. Allof. .tjie abpve Yellow,Pine-spar; timber ia -. ;
1:200: feet board measure., Cedar boards 15to ;
before some jud of the court or magistrate 10,000 feet, board measure, 1st quality 1%- 25 feet long,and 'from '8 to 12'inches'wide, 0 be of the bestqual ty;( from heart shakes The aboTe white Okp1&nk stocks And ,

within the township or county where'the Pine wind.shades,tand:all other defects, I au .beilfepedi..betwee4v 0iacnoqs'm
timber felled. inch clear White plank. ,and %of an ,inch thick per thpusaixl feet,' ,)to Jbeheweq It :, :.
'J I WAS 6,000 feet, board m t1rlst, quality 13 board. measure.' ; '"' '" to.a,." ,and.tbhaYe iwmoresap.thanil-ti .'October'sdltMrcJi.. apdznn3tzay.iroutrIp.:: :. .,
Persons offi-ring for more than one yard,must Pine jf thebreadthtof:the& : 1t 1i iU't/VlDllea"Cb the seax 'inuit
fro1headalmller.-- jt
inch clear White plank. All the Ash;Cherry, &.above descriped to >.8 -
nakt separate and distinct proposals for the supply board 1st'puality 1 : Thosepiece8inarkedi;; M.fll'OJ1t buttlL' rt : od of the bark or newedwithin, 20aaya
1,000 feet, measure, beef tha,very best quality.clear of roti".BDbts, dbr; ; after : )
cfeach ketpitg tie classes of articles separate, inch clear Cypress plank. shakes;knots,cross grain,wormholes:'fetaiM&c; yards, and must.be:, u"Mineatthel: butt, and ft is7felled, ind :placed clear thegrt.und f .. t
i ctd the xkole all the lined ,}[. .
articles
embracing iC
quantity of full towardsthe ASsfiau
1-inch iwhkh \-t -
1,000, feet, board measure 1st quality The plank d boards.to be sawed to e enthickrnesses. endy can;b Uper-r riv.3iOWhite p :.
inike class. The cost of each item must be distinctly d off
boards the-largetpieceaoi44 inches.a ; fine timber
clear Cypress the ;f If e, fi :
]Ij carried out, and the aggregate of each 2,000 feet, board measure, 1st quality 3-inch / smalle&t to 1 linche by the cnbkt.footed Oi WUtiiflt" .. :tH
CLASS No.4. fJer.'AoUH1ull..eeli "
jI I cUsi correctly footed up, which is material to a clear White Ash plank. ""2 "' / '; : f- wa> *>3- ) .:

., fair comparison of bids. An erroneous extension Black Spruce Polf'-By the CtASs.No.5... -., .500 feet 4-inch...clearwhitVpiae.
,J 2,000 feet, board measure let quality 23g. .Sf.afa'lfd ti>t -u > -'d-f B 4 : A wel1aea. ; : ;.: .
org a erroneous aggregate will constitute Ash I Spruce .. "11jU! .tM .
.1 inch clear, White plank. men andpole. -8par. --M vt35spruce : l"19J1Ii quaD. ;

1 informality, and will not be considered. 6,000 feet board measure, .1st quality 2-inch 'spars,I 551o 60 feet loimofpepor .j,. .r I l .d ,{. ...,...f /1': t .t ." (jl j .4
Xe extension of time.for eliveries under .30 pieces 37 feetlongr8inchesdiameter in 700 feet,4-inch clear whi ,
.
any clear White Ash plank. I tionate size -0:.-3 pine I J to IB In.Jiett.p z:
:
contract will be aid the middle,.5 inches diameter at..the;top. end, per'par. ,: .
for .
4
granted, penahies .non- board measure 1st quality 1- '.' 1.' 25 feet ; -.J9.equltG.
10 50
spruce
2.000 feet inch' inches.11.40 spars45 long of '
ofthe bark
falibent ; clear: -per 20 ; proper* : :-
will ; .
iu all be enforced .
cases rigidly i '
; White Ash !alf rp' '.ri I.!
inch clear plank one- -sM"uio atee GL"\M :
; p eces 35 feet 2 long 7 in hts'diameter in epefpar.-Bvr'} Si: *rv't 1UOZ' ..
bidders ire therefore to offer for : : 'L1ooo(:e,inch clear jrhite :
requested
no pine *
to be n tIessthau 20 inches wide. the jOO inches spruce 6%. to inches ** *ta in- I
more thin they are sure they can furnish within middle, 4iinhes jiiameler the top end spars 93 per .3.."a.chfs.wijde, 12to l&fttt Joag. .
1 st 13'- fech. -t-i equal .
board measure quality, ? -1
tie time 2,000 feet; clear of the ba k-per.inch, 280 inches. s : i iCtASS tJ.t quan- .
$ '
specif ed. 'one-half ; 1 xL j.o .l.J ;
: flrcJ
White Ash -- J'"t
inch clear plank; i en :
: C' j
;
30 pieces 30 feet inches'.diameter in (.".
long 7 '
The price of all manufactured sawed lurajfer'viil : : ,OO.ejnccleai'hfte
or -
to be not less than 2Q inches" middle' ; : ;pi12 to 18 3 : f feqtaal

"iturd be estimated" and determined by 3,000 feet, board.measure, 1st quality 1-inch cleatfthebaijk the 4}inches"perinch,2i0.rnchelv diameter; at the..top end'*" ,. t :. .9/.l.8'.',I.,:,.i4uia,,:' 4w.; "J;C.. 1\.. Co-., d tti e j t"\,1'i "J', .1,1IJlo, .

Htaiurc; the square and round timber clear White Ash boards c q. (' IcI 3<" 5! fci' .
wless.otherwise specified, by the'cubic fo t." board measure 1st quality 4inchB4ck8Utpi3flk. 40 pieces, 27'feetlong: 6,.ucbesydiameter in -ash:;logs,:14-feniig and 20 to 24 inches I .uJJoo!-q1e1"W&epJa.; Jl $014
500 feet, the inches t f t
middlA 4 diameter :
the.top\ehd; ] / | diaaetelfJO inehesper inch. .
Approved sureties in twice the estimated a- i' ; !'Yideyp2.4o,4'9fe ftr lofig jeqnat 4tpt3
fwat ia : clear. of tbeba.-perXncb,2Ozches.. .3OOin hiJ l n 1 m6irl. t Wach 1 .
the manner set forth in the. form of 1st quality 3-inch I ;; $ .iThzLj,1pj .
board
measure j4
500, feeU 100 pieces 25 feet lon ; 5 meter inchi ,. 4 .
Inchesdiameerjnthe ,
.11 mJ..1 1
per fJ'ij r 4R1JearRhite
$ ;
jb contract,will be required, and ten. per cen- Black Walnut plank. i'< -- ",1\ .i' pile412to U1eiea :
"200
oin addition will be withheld from-the a- feet board measure, 1st qualit12-blch JTT,3..middle. .,,3jinchesIjazte ,at the"n P..u': .r \ inches r. :...round. .',' b t'oj tirnbcr' 24 inches diam 'I b"tJ ";)f'f.i."r ::4 1
1,000 clear ot the b.rkrincu0Oii hes. t ; .'n ;:
,
: ; I
ODt of each payment as collateral security Walnut plank. >r. "eterfpernicb.- : '.f' :.q (.4.:3th tnss J ."!,iw wrfaciCS al .
to the fiuihful performance of the contract Black 1st (100' ." it20, .' -feet.long,.4.inches.ditc;in- 200: inches. round' ash timber. ].20 inches..dlaml 1,090 tt341flAthaVhitqine,12tol4 .
500 feet board measure, qua.llt1'l3 i .t.I: lDlu'' h'.diameter,"at-th'e fop eter5pereb. ,. -d. :" -i *fOOOfeetakplankL '
ti
Knety .e wiU\.t 'te fe&
of each ,will be '
centum '
ji. lcEg
per delivery paid inch Black Walnut plank. heL"k." '- i ? lu\1Jthi equal i
clear of t : 121h
pole by tliepgle. 4-
PJtkt withiu after the per i< 2 quantities s* jO i .
naty agent thirty days board .l i>13 --G :
Jj at4tion of approved bills in triplicate by 2,000 feet, measure. !tqualit11.inch- All theabove sparato, beof' the butIality : ifl '' 11,OO"t. .1..et., w"f.h..t2 to 14
boars '
1.
Walnut
Black .itWi.a"Vv'JW'
and fre fr m'a lfd 1i':7".J. 't *Je \ 1
u eommaudAnt of the yard at which the deiye't1flIae. i '- straight .".. A thick, .in'a 'i tnfi'c, eqital

f NAVY ,YARD.. .. 3ROOKLYN-K.fYi, ,:- -- ?' .I___. *wide. .,.board.. .measure, -- ,,per 1000 feet i .iitiWftlt ;l1'_" 341:" .1-3t., :JL" I ;.; t.I .

1 .Every must be) accompanied by.written 62,500 MASS.. : :;er.us.N:". t .tj i leet ua mealare.' NAVY YARD CHARLE3TOWN, wide, board per 1000 f&etOO inches WHev ,
LX3tythe ; t 1lt& .
( of the teetr 1WIi IteiWi
responsibility or '
'
guarantor ;
"" :
"v&tiuUjJiJV.33,1 JZfflD. Oak timber (bb4Lhe,lbi:fo t4) 900 feet
flfcrinfoni to be certified to by,a navy agentorotccocIperson i aahrpiank, 3 iijcbes;thick, Qlrtfr l th.j

,or by someone known tothe 1 White Oak Timber, "c.' r d' : Lire Oak keelson pie4kr i ft;frigateof:: tne.1st idwideObe ttais 110601'e t. I ni'I ;lk ;' I :

fltb t'ir the offer'be accepted, the bid- yt\1nf{'- iplsssV(twdtsetS)-.i'o1l:!%. tl i si 1/00/ feet ash plank, 3 1nbtbIk'18iucbe0o i;eJif&24atef.. 1f: I ., :

or bidders will,within fivedays after the rePtof 40,000 cubic feet White Oak plank clocks, to ;24 pieces 29 feet- ; /'
the contract at the post office designated average/brty hreftjfee ,in length",nonp ,to bef 2. do 35i do-1' "'Vn5ufl'd& .t'q 1 1 $; feet ash pfebk,S'Hnebes thicl O QO l C3041a.-lee. ,12 to 14
,
Pti*the sume with good and sufficient sure9r11i.the ess than ,thirty-five long, and none less than 2 do25 do 124 do. tl wide, booid measur" fe |oifowx'>ieipyl i ittjfiJ ejnohealWicle12.t l1'ofed."b& ,qual

j&to articles proposed, ,agreeably to 'twelve inches s square at the top end, Mir 2 do 22, :do vJlO-: !do.. .oo sJI '- --1-7in i ,ci'J H4 R titid.mJ( :'CIJ t"1t4'Xf i ,1 '.ff

trtlUpecifi, J in 'this advertisement} ; and wane., The stocks to.,be lined straigb lhja,siding 2 '.do .>14, do 70 do. wide board measure peI41iet. I DpOO teet c1-1rJake,. 12 to 1.

tb,1 embodied in the"contract.,.:The way, 'and may,straight_ or have a long, To be sided 20 inches andindulded 18 inches] ;000 feetajaa ? 1DA t th c.tap incbt, 1 eji _4a1" f .

J 'f 10th AogusU846 forbids the considers fair curve, the.odier'way;*'both5 isideii Wly ty*: Each of these pieces is iote d toCformfTtwo de. board. meaanreL.Der ifiuo fiOOO q4uaiaht e1.f lU'llltLtj ._

lined tapering in conformity with ftvgWW thj j1 pieces-be-worked,to-iS-teehes and feetwideboamease. I t lo o&auerrlat :
't4L proposals not accompanied by such siding, i u
."I. of the tree. The wane must not exceed one- "tt1'iD J"1D 1't14 1f. f' t& ltzi fliJ i 1fowJ toooe 'J i Bdkp tJ ; .
fouhh of the width'jof the lactTof the stocks aa! beefi e0df1opr htStlri fi1atn a 'tD' I 000 feet ash plA 2J.tt thick QM'W 4are If.* iwnhW1iH1U ,
4ets::1 are particularly cautioned to endorse .... .. t. I 1' ; .4
:
squared--per ;biofo .i--., -n74.000 / i :f1i.J. It : ,".1."t. !i' i'id I. i "fe. feetupbh .
:.il.er!;is tboy required that, 'theymayfroraotherbutiness : _. .fffllY.V I 1 :
White Oak butt inuhith25th40f1 < '
pieces
.
.4iiinguisbtd letters, in cubic feet t frOiiiH, tol .,. ,_(- e1Rt4.y4flwijh t'M \ "I. ?!j 10,090 fee2w" PtflSr 143'
< ,. reference.iohisaxraDgeraent.. ,! wide r.9 1i
.prevent their.beiug.opened before,the -t i mit 'It 1tL4is.JjJr.idi. O" jjlolt'
', ,1.
.
C5IUe 124 inches iqurij n5popoztIensof1be dflr.I I aye 1Jak t e 'pi 4Irbr.. '1 op t; : 1 eIj 1 u !
rent lengths and.iJ peJ'.PJ 1QOt.'ff\.d' ,!!J tt 1)"df 1i.-.r Ob'q t. ,.1. U 1 "' 1 f1 ii 261ILc t !
.Ofei li 1t't i ,
p & not made in strict within 'dine Ul f1wf..4a3 W ,
conformity ) I iiJ '1'1.. .
if4 np. y rflJ icular; will'beTho ""-; ,.tft ." !Spr the, bo1ieJ an j c1l\f29i'\ ::tJ.P'la"' '" "'f lWL tf.; [ 'J".l.if.. .r.tt, If" 000 feet_ mb, S pp'Ch1eY.feet il1._ .f 1 1wd" .. :2DGO_ .equal l"q..MIIUat"a. AIh L4' -ffi
'pp J&eb1,30&
a iurol1zi.&L' '1 whose offer OJ.I uO .08 I
$ aretwi1L oeTroWSlKM&nbngi'ntiifa ln u. : : :
\t atiigti -'Af : : ::'do'_ J' t 12
J % JpMl-.WcJ&MIsIAnRp,1a9oJeet. ,
l a, id21. :1bd.o1 Z3Ldo. .
UdQtCt oi43
botlQl1'l1otlfie4 $ io twelve inehesf'ttil t tot'U angle 94 ', 'I j ii J ."rbtt it 'td i % t.
? e5i5ro. <
< t 1t1J"H tb1.i.1t :
do
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s2O ':.424t&snt ,
9'Ithoatdely i __ ..
"I1. _, 1'..n.t' ?.r d fI1Thttb_ 'ib.e'WD. ,: 2000 feet a hn fl t.h_ .1.,,, nmnM ut .- 'UHJ.t L J
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,' e1h ... ... ?.'t"m' "l'lQ m'p "d'r, j I 'wid-b m" tqO feet ; I: 1O iv :
'O *
Stf to tie drWiand uJ. tlftt
gk'.htcht tketa diD 'J't e mOUI'' g we 0( e ,.bodeW .Tt _rl' .. q'S P.M4 t., iso fe t. } 2 m 12 ::inches'' 12 f-'ot2OThs. .. &

. the navy agent to whom Uie iotfiali i & dd it ftl erru t! 11'iI 4t'Jd.j .t."f.9.rIltU'Jli .tU 8 ...18:1,_ "d QO"_, J-7 ,
$ in1ftntd'
't be sent.for extcution j1xi ( IdI n9 .i.Qehea,JDD u1dIguU 1 diiflenni 1l r.'CJe8.U IM 1eetsih' _' ..'inches6cl1ltcW &dOrt 13O14t&b4lo
.
FORM,.OP.OFFZB. ) I 'rchd HlI .'U l ind lo'tun1 m848101.a'inehlt th 'jboaldJtrrtwa e3 f81SOO 1. : : / .Ao tt.toJ2:'. %
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t ,-- "'WUflITQN, ..,101ft... ... i per}1> Q&White.tPAk. q eesiZQb'i fJ ,lit MtiM'-'h-IK t1ea$ofThe 1mlri'W l u6 Jh iii b .' b 11"1fT6 ti .2000 feet ash plankj'1%,inebes tb1eI16Ineh. 'Ij 4d fg, iO'1'$ .LdrDtoo:

t."u" 'treb1.yard: AJI"PfOA D.C"t.n,tJ1J'D<. .'
t1.& at In cofornty i ifi.\li = ,1r lit.--U .otc ,W& '
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I 'iuirtmenta ((?the ftdvertbeiaeatvlroaauipoejit i thnthfrt Ii1L & 'q .. Aif.w eitff. --

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n miles from the sea m4tsiaU 'f'neif % m
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latIJ"".; 84?,fkl"Ui1'ar- ; .fecti-.1riUH may impair iha: 1ftW"'I toDi '
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tt. J.{( 't' 4' ;,tJ.s ,,,1 o "ff ..Ni. 'tf tt"\V' GOO, or one-third to bTfrorf v to 24 i\. 'I wdeafeetIong,4Ot* L t .. -r9J-t '. "..Aii'A.,_. "_. .,.. :Indian fronuhe limits,of you ,
{ '" ,t.; : ) ; : U! :: t-l1i ..B.I: 1'tAl't.oa Ieceaeb piece>4lncies| thick, 3InchiWW .F "ort ) :- I VeryJRespectfullvi ." j
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p t o..t t' J *14 1 feet. J t! -
1 304 .
! t A :t uare. I 500, or on -thfrd btlron 4 to 28'techeBn feet long, UEO. \v..t.i eRA t
, !t1} .fi"j f.,.1 ;.. .;, e JO "UI!r es.4..ee i ( "l"\t.4. :J' t. diameter. "5*.*,W *. y pirC.' peaceiKha thick 25 .1 betide ; "flt'I\VFojf ; i

"{ (,;.hI 4 .\1,4 10D hmck ""DIT .t .f..D i,'f.1'squarer All to be from jo 20 feet in length. 8 feet long 156 feet. inches .., : ,S <
Hon-DLYutg
ai.fl: t10 ; inches thick 12. ,.
.. !..r' '/iuches aboq1utt. CL.Ul.tliO:3. [pieces,;;each/piece :'I "r-- ]
\t r
Woo! J,..p f. t.. ; :'. .t &rough Wckorybars' ,P ref\ 1ntqaqiare'f4. ", : .: wide,9 feet long '180 feet. < \. AugustineFla ; ',; : 1c 1J
,.. t.. .); ;.c ."f* 3 i1 ;'bci.TQ ''utt. .. Miscellaneous, (board measure,per thou pieces, each piecV4 inches*thick 12 inches .',, .".." '.",II 1C
;: "i- ?
1'i t.j1; ..; "flB rough;mti7 bars,'6 feertongtfl* > square _-, ***&fcc* ); -K. wide, 9-feet c long Piece, 134 4 inches feet_-thick,..12.Inches_ .JACKSONVILLE. ., AUGUST> ?' IS, :lst9.jL J.fu( BalZiVZOTI .fargvl--'. "! <
.
i : !L: *3|inches. <*' r f"i**- i inch Yellow boards. pIeces, ; ; __' .Vi J ': <
'f "I 500 ft. Poplar panel
tip. aup. 6te t" nrtYf ,;1.1"\\; L- C
Jta straight ti $&*beat quality f' "ld;Sfeetlong, 'fB:
t s. : ; tofwMt btlplit. 500 *"* 2 do Black Wilnut*'*do" d thick 12 in hes.widtS'1eetloog -'- -- a a.1f.a. t
i fl' :'t 3..v' ISsm&i -. harthiekoqAfreefrou1 knots. ,and all O.U..do.--do. .." 4o o-- pIece; each.piece M 3|t Inches-r.- .', :, l1e.EteetloB_ ,The! ,_.Boston .Evening, lT 'eI t

J. $ ,'oJ %.ktr defects. .!., vjf.,,, v ., -*, "K" ,, .. 500 u'. Itdo.-" wdo" -? ,<;. do ,..-do ,' bt sirJgbt' 1 lotiiots: : 1p1i. \ The: lecti teturns received as yetaresoiefiiiWtb the authority of Mr. Janis trDta 1t
f.,4' To . ,. .. :.
f : (board measure.f ) OO.ct.,ll .. 36 do ., dot ,.do' u t .0.&" ,t 'L' : .
; Nt ;: 4s* Cypress,: a Francisco communicates -
the
-Ttfe whoit :be, 1nspedaii& measured agreeably Andauotneruetecis\ujmeJWTC.J y .. .,. jg le'caD', be, ,d 'er fol I
vLL :t.i h. 'r tnt boards % inch thick. (
;:; ; ; ,i 01 o(Cypress MoJ antf; (b ardmeature.. ) interesting II1tS.ID
: ( i.J ,t ) '*,oOOiJ doc "do 14 :; "' do to the printed rules issued by the Bu. Bay mined a?to the result. } It appears cer of in regard.to'the. i
inches'thic ito be 12 inl things
fi) !'j .4 'aloxft Walnutt, (boar d measure,)jer one reau by&bscommandantQftheNa'yYard, a copy of.whlchwill furnished,.WashIng bidders>,\1.OOe? 'feet'ches#of and plini upwards Jt 4 in breadth.! .. .. 'taiiqT o.weverJ; t hat in 'Tennessee the Ca1iforniai.which'Iet'furnished.by newspapers:, : .c.

.,.>! f! .;: tL ;>..' t hundred feet ; ."' -toni.,.' -'.. t 1000 feet of.boaxus;!,Inch.. thick, ,' ., Democratic candidate for Governor, *The'number of arrivals) rpuleif<' ': a 1

; ,i; r tOt feet 'X'.wnch black walnut joist, good NAVY YARD, JOSPORT,'.VA. 'M i,000d r do: '% do at San 'Franthco1nJuneby
,do'To -, TROUSDALE is elected by 3,000 majority ; s
:do ,
do
s .
..r. ) } I. and.dry. ., CLASS 'No. 1. LOGO ;
: about week. ,
t .!t ':. "ti. feeV 4-inch lack."ahil :plank, good tana'A'1 .' ': be 16,1 8,and 20 inches wide. ,eqos, And that the Whigs have lost three IpQp'per By !Ianmines'at ,
; : cubic foot the foot. i Lower
White flak Timberper i of each by I
:.' .. dryl2-to 16 feet long, 12 to 18 inches proportions, California
.: '
members of
cubic feet White Oak stocks :jCtissNo6.aOOHickory'hands Congress.. Durango and Mexico;
wide. plank
% 30,000 *v>*5- cenernlK:
'
Ef b:1: ;' .J ;: "4lf feet 3 -inch black walnut plank; good end 4,000: do ds:, .promiscuous timbel ikeaJ each 6fect, in length, In North Carolina, STANLEY, (Whig,) migration\ 'js computed at"ifcOwF'e
fT, t""i t : dry;12 to 16 feet. long i. 12 to 18 inches ,To be rough squared,>from30 to',50 feet f 4 inches' .square at'the butt end,and not 'thousand mule jiaj ; i
Ut'': f; .,: -I"< vide. ,: length, to average 40 feet in length,.and not :lesS than 2J inches at the small end.. 'To. has.1!lost considerably on the Presidential many of,j_ t
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( t .i':! ;. :;s .III. feet 3-inch'black walnut plank, good and be less than 14 inches square at small end. ,be ffered for by the.pie e. ; vote and may possibly be defeated. chandize,,which has.thus found iu 1 1 t

3 :! .; ; ; dry, 12 to'16 .f.et'loDgi. 12.to 18: inches White Qak.thickfsujffor\caps and tre- CLASS No. 7.Lignumvite into California, duty free, to the snit 1
other districts will remain be
.1:1. The as
V4-.kw 1.t! ; ;44' idi. dissatisfaction. of the board ,
'r" III feet 2) -inch black walnut plank, good tie freest, by the ton of 2,240 pounds.) chants. sea _. ]

f'Jij1 t:; :.t' : .'I -'.':and dry 12 to 16 feet long, 12 to 18 inches to pieces each piece 21 feet length, 16 inches 3, ton "LIgnumvit ,*an equal proportion'of the fore.So i
"., J. .,, wide. cubtct#t. 4 ,far,-the ,returns Kentucky indicate Corn was, scarce, at S.aoi.FraflefM)
Uf:'1: ,' ;" r4 ; wIde to inches thick' or 232 following diameters, fix7 3, 5,6; ,,?, $ ,
: ..:; 110 feet 2-inch black walnut plank, good and 10 pieces, each piece 19 feet in length 14 isfies 9,and 10 inch 'To'be free of shakes, the triumphant success of anti- being.absorbed by the custom bout fol 1

mm ;-,1.;. dry, 12 to 16 feet long. 12 to 18 inches. wide,'9 inches thick{'or 162 cubio feet rents, cracks,and'all.other defects. emancipation duties., The average price of gold fat

t Z ."? .'.'.." wide. .15.pieces, each'piece" 17feet in'length, Ifinh-, NAVY YABPjPENSACOLA.CLASS det gates. The Whig was 15 SO.to $16 per ouncp. It i ii' 1J
: : iso feet1%-inch black walnut plank, good thick '200 cubic fee. jj.puted
L es wide' 8 inches or vote has fallen off immensely.The ) .
ihut the
:t ;? ;i'4 aid dry 12 to 16 feet long, 12 to 18 inchss 15 pieces,.each'piece 11 feet in length 13 ino- No. 1. on 20th June.$100,000

f t.. f !.. .' wide. es wide, inches thick or'120. cubic fed .White Oak Timber (In/ the cubic foot.) worth of flourwaseiposed inopeaiir:: ,
1"'f a.,-' "1'.'feet 1-2-inch black -walnut'plank, good Indians at Barber's. and more 'than $500,000 worth ottJ --3
r.' :.., White Oak or' Hickory small butts, jpr 2,500 cubic feet best quality white oak plank of
*
inches TL
18 *
: %; i.4k;." .,' 'oM.. : \ ",, wide.and dry,. 12 to 16 feitlong', 12 to Stocks, to average forty-fiveteet long. and none ''On Monday. morning last a servant merchandize, chieny" di'l cr.troi* lt
'I Cooper.
: .-; : : black walnut good less than thirty five feet long; to square from Mr. MOSES BARBER who want of storage. Storage was from
r: ; : .t 111, feet l)(-inch plank, 4 pieces 2d feet in length, by the'piece. | thirteen to-fifteen inches and average thirteenat belonging to 1 t
16 feet 12 to 18 inches to $3 bbl. month..
: ::i .;; ;4: ,: aDd'ry,12 to long, 4 'do'; 14 do do top resides on the South prong of the:St. per per (
.'f.1.. '. t' ; wide. 4do 10 do do ends.CLASS No.2. Rents of the smallest lodging 1
: ? .r 'ill feet 1-inch black walnut boards good and river '32 miles from Jacksonville rooms
Mary's .
YM some
f j'ti k r; ,. dry, 10 to 14 feet long, 14 to 24. inches 4do 6 do'- do .eli Yellow Pine Timber (by the cubic foot. ... .. .. 100 to $350 -per month ;. stores-- (u.MIlt 1
r{ ;: To be hot less than 6 inches at the small reported that she had seen 500 to $1000 month. The at. 1
: .':' wide. quantities per 1j
::1., ..j I.: (; equal and clear of knots and's raight'grain'ed.. : .2,000 cubic feet fine-grained l ngleaty"Uow j
f : '.' 410 feet"-Inch black lnut boards, good and pine plank stocks, best quality length not less twelve Iiidians.ne r;her master's house. the Parker House amount to 8 U 2,000 .
1.r.x' ::!" : dry/10 to 14 feet;long, ,14 to 24 inches 5.000'"bite oak barrel states, usual ty feet annum-one
feet gambling l
} ; thousand. i than thirty-five av.eraging.fony-five 1 On the evening of Tuesday per room lettlaf
the negro
-r.1.tf Z ;t: wide, equal quantities. to square from twelve to fourteen inches and for $18,000 annum
per
: two others
160 fe i-inch black walnut boards, good and CLASS No. 2. who had ,been absent ; ,
f f : average thirteen at top end., two days, return small sized 12 18 .
: say by feet for W.
12 to 19 inches wide ,
dry '
l' White board the thdsandjeei.
l r til feet black walnut veneers 3'feet long. Pine measure, by CLASS No.3. ed, saying-that he had been taken off by 000 each. The city hotel rented 11o,000 :,
; .
t'B CLASS No! 11. ( Lumber, (board .measure,).per thousand four Indians and a negro who acted as $- per annum, is underlet for
5,000 feet of plank stocks,to be from 35 to;10
& : ; := ,;!c Mtkogany, (board measure,) ,per one feet in lengthto average 45 feet in lenga, feet.. interpreter. They had closely ..questioned S4 JOOQ. A small room i in it; aboal25

re&.ii" -"<-.' : "' hundred feet. .not' .to end.be less than,14 inches squaratsmall 20,000 inch.feet thick.best quality white ,pine boards. 1 .him and .'finally released. him under feet square, rents as a retail s&Iss; .

.f $9,000 annum.
l .)'-'' ; : ISO feet -inch mahogany, 10,to 14 feet long, 4,000 feet plank, 4 inches thick. 10,000 feet best quality white pine plank, 1J 'the promise to return to them. Mr. Land per which a few since'
'lr'' ; 12 to 1 6 inches wide,equal quantities. 5,000 do 3 do inch thick. years wu
:;?#A? :: : 110 feet 4-inch mahogany, 10 to 14 feet long, Susquehanna pine; no plank to be u- 10,000 feet best quality white pine.plank', 1] BARBER examined''the:trail and was sa- purchased for,$700 will now command

Wa{ ; ; 12 to 1 6 inches wide,equal quantities. der 12 inches wide. inch thick. tisfied that.several ,men had been lurking $200,00i cash. Central business lciz,

r ff'f 5 5sr2 ; : 110,feet 3-inch mahogany, 10 to 14 feet long, 30,000.feet plank, 2 inches thick, i 10,000 feet best quality white pineplank 2 inches around the house who be not 'exceeding 100 feet square command
: ;': :! 12 to 16 inches wide equal quantities. 30,000 do .U do ] thick. might from
10,000 to
'. ; : UO.feet,2i-lnch mahogany, 10 to.14 feet long,. 35,000 feet boards, 1 inch thick, ,i 10,000 feet.best quality.white pine plank,2 inches Indians or Murrellites disguised as Indians. S20OOO4uiJcf.
,. : 10 to 24 inches wide, equalquLuhhes. To be of the usual breadth, Susqe- t1 ick. I i ing in the same proportion. Money
rl jt; : .100,feet 2-inch" mahogany, 10 to 14 feet long, hanna pine No. 1, or first quality. 10,000 feet juniper, 1 inch,best quality; lengthto :He collected together several l of loaned on good security at from 2 12

it 4i; : 10 1624 inches wide equal quantities. 20,000 feet boards, % inch thick to be of te be from-12 to 16 feet,.width from,10. his..neighbors and followed the trail, per cent. to as high as 10 per ceat. per
: 'tt: : : t, :; 110 feet 1inch mahogany 10 to 14 feet long,' usual breadth, Susquehanna pine Not to 14 inches. ) month. ,
which led north.
.
Wje :I: : 10 to 24 inches wide equal quantities. or first quality. CLASS No. 4. i
"i ; to,- .feet'1 1-inch mahogany, 8 to 12 feet long feet inches thick The average receipts of the French
; i : one.t'hird 15,000 plank; Hard Wood Plank and ,Boards, (board By the Alligator stage which arrived .
.M.:i-: ) ae-third 12 to 15 inches wide 15,000 do l'' do restauratare 81 per minute. Mr. Jar.vis.

'i;.>.. : 18 inches wide, one-third 24 inches wide, Usual breadth, Susquehanna pine lb. measure.) yesterday morning, we learn that 'Mr. informs us that his first dinner"ii
feet boards 1 inch 12
.. : : equal quantities., 2, or second 'quality. 1500 sup. cherry thick. San Francisco ordered from hotel
BARBER had returned' his i a
: W-.v: ? Ml, feet 1-inch mahogany 8, to 12 feet long, feet long 12 to 18 inches wide. from expedition ,
Lt' fei" ,'' >- : one-quarter 12( to Id inches wide, oJeI' CLASS No3. I 1000 sup.feet bbck walnut'1 inch thick 12 feet having followed the trail until itwaswashedout for two gentlemen two ladies and four

t!; : .' :t quarter 18 inches wide, one-quarter 20 inches ,Southern Yellow Pine, by the.cubic foe. long, 12 to 18 inches wide. ': children, consisting only) ,of meats d
wide 24 inches equal \ 500 feet St. Domingo mahogany inch,. by"the-heavy rains of
f IfFf: ; : one-quarter wide STEAMERS. sup. pastry, cost $90. Eggs S3 per do eI.
and 10 to.12 feet'long .15 to 20 inches
quantities.If I He .convinced
,1 45 beams feet in to side.131 inch Thursday. was they Boat hire to to steamer, 30 minutes
45 length, go
*,. *, wide.
J*: I feet %-inch mahogany, 10 to 14 feet long,
J''rGJ.'j,'tr'!: ,''i!.,"/ -it$ 15 to 20 inches wide, equal quantities. and moult! 15 inches, 2,925 cubic feet. '. ::500 sup. feet St. Domingo mahogany inch, I were Indians who bad been around. his pull, 88.. Ordinary day labor,' 6-Tiring

it i-:t t 1I tF';f.: ,ts .:,: : 1SSfeV, i-incH,mahogany, 10 to .14 feet long, 40 beams and mould'14,' 45 feet in inches.length, to side cubic 12 feet.inches and'10 to 12 feet long. ., 10 to 20 inches t houseand had distinguished the tracks. i Irom .that to 20--mechanics _bproportion.
S 2,100 Wide.
:
t% !: 15 to 20 inches wide, equal quantities. .
1\ NV 111 feet 1% and 2.lDC)1 mahogany, 10 to 14 FRIGATES. CLASS No. 5. of nineteen. 'They led .directly the
; V'fjfH.8Ji : :- .: Provisions were abundant and com
; ; : :'. <: '.*i''' feet long, 15 to 20 inches wide, equal quan .10 beams, 46 feet in length to side'15 inches White.dih. Oar 'Rafters and JJsh Logs. Okeefrnokee Swamp.. at the
:. ,', V' ,'1 titles.. and mould 14 inches, 670 cubio feet. 25 oar rafters first qua.1ity.18 long, to.be paialively cheap minessay$2
:4'.l"" 't.t. .. .,'...'. .''.t.f\; 110 feet assorted'mahogany.,.crotch veneers, 3 10 beams, 45 feet in length, to side 15 inch 4 inches square in the looms,450 feet in all, It is, utterly. impossible ascertain per meal, consisting of game potatoes,

; : t... ?' feet long. ,. and mould 14 inches 660 cubic feet. 'by the foot. the truth' of thi3 matter resting as it preserved meats, &c. As to gold, it U .
f.(' < "?i? g I 'til cubic feet African mahogany, in the log, 4 beams;42 feet. in length I., to 15 inchq; .25 oar rafters, first quality 16 feet long, 4 In. found everywhere and is generally considered
s ;1' : :. ..: ., 1 n less than 10 feet long, 26 to 30 .inches and mould 14 inches, 245 cubio feet. ches'square in the looms, ,400. feet in._all, by does only on the evidence of two negroes inexhaustible.: A moderate
fcTv.. ;- ".; v 10 beams 47 feet in length to side 17 thefoot.
p Jlt '. square, inche and the trail but it certainly looks
..10.1" ..'t ". CLASS. No.'12. and mould 15 inches, 825 cubic feet. 25 oar rafters first, quality, 14 feet long, 4, inches computation gives as this year's pro-
11 iffi:
.l' :..." 10 beams, 46 feet in length, to side 17 Inch 'square'in the looms, 350 feet mall, by improbable. that.Indians should wish to duct at least 50000000. At present

jV im&j; : -. .Maple, (board measure, ,) per 100 fee and mould'15 inches, 815 cubic feet. .thefoot. ? w* through 250 miles of settled coun- the waters are, high. September, Oc.

:1'f? : 101. feet Maple Joist, 4 z 4, 3| x 4, and 3 x 3 5.beams 45 feet in length, to side 17 inche., 25 oar rafters, first quality, 12 feet long, 4 inches pass tober and November are onsidervi the

i'( '' ,. .5i;! inches, pqual quantities. I. and mould 15 inches,371 cubic feet. square in the. looms, 300 feet,in all, by try and should succeed in doing so.- best months. More it is said Can
t
10 beams 44 feet in to side 15 inche the foot. gold, ,
assorted. length
: J U feet Maple. Veneers, 3 feet long, This improbability increased from *
*. Jft and mould 11 inches.550 cubic feet. 6 oar rafters,'first. quality, 28 feet 'long, to be be gathered in those months than during
4Sfl-; l t '$r. Cedar, board measure, per M. 10 beams, 42 feet in length to side 15 incht, 5J inches square in the looms, the bladesto the fact that the trail was made by hare the other nine months of the year.

v.'J >:*-' '.. 4110 feet Cedar Boards, % inch thick. and mould 11 inches 520 cubic feet. be one-third the length of the'rafters, feet and not by moccassins. We are Col. Fremont and lady bad airired,
: board ) 10 beams,40.feet in length, to side 15 inch, and 7 inches wide and 2 inches thick at the
lite; : : & Cherry, ( measure. I and mould 11 inches,500 cubic feet. blade end, 168 feet in all, by the foot. inclined to the opinion that the Murrellites ]- and left for a rancbe below the Puebh

i ;;&: 111 feet Cherry Plank 2j-mcb, 12 to 18 inch- The above beams to be fine grain Yellow Pie, IP ash logs, 12.to 14 inches in diameter,'and.12 ,the de 108'An 4f ore play ing
vS.: U wide,10 to 14 feet long,:equal quantities. to spring 6 inches in'45 feet. feet long, (per cubic.foot,) 130 cubic feet. same gameas they cd for $200,000. It is .well stocked
# ; tt*-* Ill feet Cherry Plank, 2-inch, 12 to 18 inches feet Yellow.Pine .did in the last Indian' war and that
: ; 20,000 plank stock to be fie with cattle head and his
some 10,000
r;. wide 14 feet ,
t 8fe:;: 10 to long, equal quantities grain. EASTERN JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
1 ; j"? toO feet Cherry Plank 1 Iinch12 to 18 inches CLASS.N o. 4. Circuit Court ofSt. Johns they will avail themselves of the unsettled good buildings on it. ( He will probably

.|rf % '*: wide, 10 to 14 feet long, equal quantities.. I County, condition of the. 'country to pursue be 'candidate for the Governorship.!:,
'l-. :. :: .<'119 feet Cherry Boards, 1-inch-18, to 24 inches : Southern, Yellow Pine, :iby( cubic foot) Thursday, 14th. day.,of June, their nefarious ends In ung d prints were se'ltingjat

t I :w.> -.-*- wide, 12 to 16 feetlong, equal quantities. 9$ ,5 oar3 oor1l O eo A. D1849. : 'even under the 6c. and brown at..ic
My(; ',i l Ill feet Cherry.Boards, J -inch, 18 to 24. inchetwide V .d s-II .=tItI GI George' E.FairbankMaster' I semblance, Indians, We have'heard' prime cottons 5
\ t ". sv ; 12 to 16 feet long, equal quantities. ,t .; U 0 o Flour 5 a $6. Pork $9 ; Beef $2Mpf

; : $,,,. "t r:'' I It.-: 111 feet Cherry Boards, %-inch,:12 to 18 inches .Half yards., oS : '-c, !-:eGIs'I.small atsmall smallmcuvs. ''us80fBu'rOughs'Chancery, E.Carr, ,etal:'/" Ord.er..!or,: much recently of their,doings in Nassau bbl.,- nt auction ; Salmon $8; Copper

1 t'i. ;. '\ \. wide, 12 feet long, equal quantities. d 00 I mcuvs. ...I.l. PubbcatlOD. county where they have, been seen Nails 8c. ; Shovels $2 per dozen; Shirt. *
.. \\!: .-J:. : > : '- '111 feet Cherry Boards, j-itich, :12 to 18 inches & S"I 0)Q "'
.. : a I. Henry W. Groves et al: $6.
in .
I
\' ;1 it. ; ;. ;.! .e' '. wide 12 feet long, equal quantities. 3 w o3 .'Q N. Q e. .0).. TTPON reading and filing the affidavit ofGeo..J great numbers. and in every species
tot
tf4; L::: -u' Ill feet Cherry Joist, 4 x 4-incht.12 feet long. .-;- JJ Fairbanks, Solicitor otsaid oLdJ8gui.s Mr. BARBER has always Speculation inlands pushed.
.. 1680 cubic ft, available site lot
'U..teetChelT1Jolst,3I'x'3l-incli.12feetlong. or great extent. Every
wTi w : it J that the. said
ant comPlain-I
: 9110 feet i and %-nch.Whit wood Boards 14 12. pieces, each appearing been active against these villains, and rivers
,
fi i !7"v: piece. '62 22 22 1916 11 Henry W. Groves and Martha P.' villages and towns on the bay or ,
:{:':;.ve.5l.rW. :* to 20 inches wide, (board" measure.) 1176 cubic ft.,or side, in'the;State of'North Carolina, and 'that we'cannot'but suspect they intenJ re has.been taken up and laid out. Lot>!
.. } f- :?* HAVY YARD PHILADELPHIA. ; :piecei each Lewis Henry BoutellCharles Boutell, and'Mary sold at
.! .'.fI,' fi| ;. ;s 12 venge. in Benicia, which February
'j/i] :K&Kf' \ ?'*< 3Vrt' CLASS ,No. 1. piece., 55 20 20 17 ,1. P eac Caroling usett.: JJ tell.,reside in the State of Mas '. $100 ea'cht are now held at $6,000 ?

li-M- .i V White PM, (by the. cubic foot) Whiltfth", ,. (board measure)per thousatd. On motion of said Complainant's-1i itor, It Important Letter. This: town has been laid out to'rin

U.W *';:d>; V 4t15SO$ cubic feet White Oak plank stock. '.,.' ', ftd. is ordered,:that the said Henry W; Gloves.Martha The San .Francisco. Com. Jones, and <> her

t ,AC v t; : ,. attractions.furnished at the .r&rd.t '12,000 feet of plank, 2 inches thick. P. Bdrtlett. Lewis Henry'Boutell) Charles following letter, addressed by prominent officers are said"to:bejn-i

,% .rf.n.t-*i..f.r?>..% :! .. 'f 4 CLASS No. 2.Ato 5,000do do| IJ .do Boutell, ,and Mary..Caroline.Boutell do appear Secretary, of War to the Hon. D. L. t crested,in' it. Stockman, New York,

,, sI'r...!1i i: : '. %ine ,(by the thousand feet) 4,000 .do To be. ,boards 12 inches, 1:and. upwards do .breacihJ- I\ and Complaint,answer Within.tie said four.Complainants Months from 'the But first. of YULEB, i is in.the 'highest degree' important 'Sultersville'and Sacremento city. ''weh

I. ; : ,dll.'feet.(board measure) 3-InchWhite Pine and usual lengths. \ publication of this Order. ', as..it discloses and,defines the policy promise'to" be of importance.

;,'t t$3gP! .f.w j,J: plank, 40 feet long, 14 to.16 inches 2,000ta of plank,..2 inches thick \ It is further ordered,'that due publication ,;of-the. ,present Administration Clerks .at. San Francisco' get'TOe(/

I ;tr: \ 'i:: : .,: ii .trid 'iquareedgedLfre: *.from'defectsri. 00040d6sl ,1& do. .- ,- \ thereof be .made'week.y in some! .Newspaper ; in $2,000. to $ ,OOO annum .and they:
,} h :\ ,, that would injure.them as stage plank; 2OOO.doboards,1._ do. r printedn this .Circuit: .for the" period.ot tour'montbs.l regard to theSeminolesnow.; within:the board, 10 per.is charged on A
''KSV5 11,100 feet (board measure) 2-inch White Pine from 8 to 10 Inches wi \ limits of the 5 percent I
e12.to:18f ; State.
; ; i panel plank al feet long. lengths.. .. .* '. \, Certified to be a true Copy.. ,It pledges" the .of Merchandise, and.l'per cenU 5tOI5 .
I kji 1,10,100 feet (board measure) U-inch White Pin ." Black shboararAeiisure. P. B DUMAS. General. Govern ient. to the protection A private' mint has been 'e3tabli% $jpowhich
IS: 14-i panel plank 16 feet long. 4. ) ;' :Clerk C. C.of St.Johns county. of the frontier.and'. i :has issued thus farbalf eagle*
l,000fetofplank,4iiichesrthck) i June 30 1848.. THE:.REMOVAL OF, THE
-4mAmoBg
,
y; *, ? ,,taO. feet'(board measure) :;l}-inch White. 1,000 dp ,- .do 3 'do \ : INDIANS: Silver coin, ,less than dollars is gaw'

_ *S '}* T'\ Pinepanelp1ankjL6feetlon.board 1,000 do 'do :2J .do th.many blewi'mg attendant upon improTe.mepU -, -. airy refused." 'Merchants.will not t*W
_ ? li/ t.,,,.feet ( measure) nch.Whitt Pine, : the tbetdT .,
panel.boards, 16 feet long, 1,000 do' ,do. ',?, n.dq \ race in in intelligence! *wqiucpgdiiipn., U the, prolongation! 'of' human oce ofour Hfe.i!> Win.DEPARTMENT, l the trouble\ count it. A draymafl of

_ '. 'CLASS:No... 3. '- 12 Inches and upwards in"breadth" With the1 increase of i.inteUigence"l hu :grown1 up a; Washington. August 6th1849.' S' one mercantile, ho'.le receives a'..sa ry
'
l000 boards .
InI1 :-!)W&4* \{by-.li"eiil.l' $)J-.: I ,; ....'feet" of\do ,74,1 3f Inch'thickLOOO'do 'do\..-, r ., i i knowledge for them and for th:comnt- elemeriu".n,uratelj'bel.llir.\with the and'.,"a ride r nrd.of' -Ibave.received--your-;''r }JeMer; ''of of,'$6OOO. ,.per.annum,- and the ,boo thtanimals.

t ..,. ttuoned White Ash for raftsr 14 feet,1or '- .,.To. be J Intreadtha; of.16,18( ; ,.ano20 In science' ha...we,acquired ineina of arretting.diaease -; the 30th ultimo, urging, the adoption of finds the:tli ay-:and'mules and feed

I 1400 lineal,feet. i KIrslH -",. .. n I ,. prorm rLio iofeach., and averting!u ravagea.;; "Notwithataodiug the vigorous'measures to suppress,thehoe.tileihbreakWth ,,. .At, this rate it is a'source Cl
) k '
.u. -
: "
"
; made ataU tic ahow / "
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-I ,. tuo&ed' White Asby for rafters," 16 feet Cherry, (board.measure.) one progreti vixthpf we-have th.whole population die'annually that even of now.con.);; FJ ridInHana... profit t'I.J h ;)house,.as besideitheir40W*
*-* "-f>rl6001ineal.feeL.r- w, : ) 'u* 9f_ t, :: ? received ,800
M the
SJ inche at inches I000feet of ardalln h thick, U';-18;'nd20, .umptiou. I JD idpljLIiivd:t4 e:jbpnortoinform: .you carting, drayman
Bqu&re loom.5J by'j at One of the molt
i-- I inches wide of importaiJ'disco".ri. of the age. in that have teen in 'mbnthV $ 'monthbeen '
U* tnd. ? ;jproportiOhs each eadth ameliorating condition of thia Urge claaiof.ufferringhomanity.U measures_ { 4aken :to in- "one 1OOOper

I- Ji YYTEWASHINGTON.k t "' !to," Wcleat'4th''f all4efecti1n'h1 '. 1 :. ? . .. -, I ereatoihe, regular force Florida more offered, and' declinedWcomiB3ddozen ,
: .": r J. "tJ i s '. ; fEI., !?, t. dseuur l OH WiaTAR'S JlM OWftDCEy4Whit than -five" timevtbat f'tlie'l: dian'.Lt'as ariveauncb., Waaig'6io"'J pCI'
-1r -4 : .. No.St.&rdfleaau, . f.Jft T' P. I time:eitabliihea vand.C cr&t*,what ezperC: : "
'te-jPfaii > ; 3,000 feet quartered boards,!'inch:thick,8 to.!enc. adppu end eohftitn whit-.11'men'ball'plat\; -iStim t b" .JUeCiivior1\ Florida J ; ... 1 \ ". .. \

,, .,, perhou. rttit* 10incheswide.i5to25fetinlength.? lite in Mvingb:good and Valuable,Uto,no do bL-i- ., ii .7.0fI, ;y r,! : 1
1 "* '"' r- Lgh
** *
: and tfeu,) ,i, : 1,000.'feet vof plank,-3 inches'thick,'24 Inches.:, .popularity;Xtou aortfixM UU ocittjitt! ,roouWeftv $WJ2T that.O- State.; This-W.MW.i( 0- FATHER. MATHEW. had admini I
; o 2 IftHf .id 1 to 2-tf f. L'.ul'r .u'i i onrI : and aoatronf,that tiro*cannot dewrov. it f JX t> orcepr.nodoubiwili -
,
flt1ff'1' .f 'nchWPi panel ij': "' lI ., /b : buitteidedhIs. Qled.IC or" l). di K d;' "' : be tei drat Boston, up,to 7th inst, upwardi,
II" d ct' Ei-b "meiisurt.Y <
'1.000 pd .dq ; its has overcome hepiUdiioE ; '
IiLIth4E& ': '.0.9' i:; 3 l. :,. do .d. oto4J' { :: ) r ie l t inch.thick, '8 to: bl.Pf't melt.Dd ii"ITticl J. b*.tikeI',*.idaM IlnJ ng&b;l .Wfuj.i proper:pjndence on1; .th' r bart' :6tHiOfi9 t. ofl ;OOO"" 'pledges' -, :and* :was'still_ ,going- I

11U11 f? ( 1 C.i.ssNo.2. c 'Ii : :. .d 'H Pjnc c4P ,to C !: ftt1ai ditcouriei tOlD mi'pleasing*bfthop: and: : inpabit4nts JQ.thel.rt vicinity:of the: o;th.thegood work. '
hea retorted ,
,1'' 1'I euoo. l..th c.or; .1 Indians, %!iJ!,(hibelieved .b *" .. .'
amply .
III "tj f 10 4Q"r : .
'tAM -
,,:.. 1ubtcjeuiJ j 3 ttJ ;.(CL.uiN Q.W (" w hieb jtisecommendediNogeins ; .f' aUJt! Ht' : < i "" "" r" w '
,'it : .tt'l" l r 3o.J.Oj1 :1JlTmr.a I 4., : sufficient to protecmhem' J ."
It .
; nuless Wbatdoesyour.husbandtdealiGM
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.a artrr.r the Two .lJftd.fe boundlem"reeatzti; 'mllaliortly.be'broti, g ht. ocrat confirms. :the.statement gbig t e.onaela OBSLlIN. r ,, 4r
hare made frequent mention for some out, and the' St; ,awrerice- "willbe; the:"great 'of' the press,Iii, regard'tb theKbltpecch'of,.,C6L '' ; ;:. .

this, of the rapid increase of manufactories tborougfareof the'world.: ;,It will,b '):ieen thai reDar is at Jack r';:b1&'in tai cotuar; t and Pnrsuan.TeaUae A12llti1, .f iht lad wm. 1 ;, .
, boo Soath particularly of such M hate been the General;has.not paid much alteation to'our; oi'which'hebitterljdenoonced'' acorchiagtJ j Wij'Janes DeQ "de as4t
it the ; 'would know : I" ceased;AlacIiw.iBi s State we gall
the coarser orbs that tba'news'from
the of nuking politics; 'rldi thon Ii 1
frtct al of for Vbrica. Many ahortaightedtad the'Parliameat att.Qi'e Britain; bus given dis rl"COl1ectedl'.iiJ.'O D 'lot; '. e'. tt offer bidder for BtJeby=Pab&;., -. to tat Mgae*

t that the establishmentaftSito content only ton the; tories-- faction of g. ml''u ;- before.t Ceart Bw"T e, in the Townef
mere ,. I .
.
; Yet sore"finderhis .
te hater ..1.1" HH ,urn ;'I'HT' ;1' rrf .inHhacoanty.of Alacnn -,between t '
.; would make it the inter- the people whilatitothereform the chastisement.. h not the rasa r"
the m ; government .y do stick ; ,, eral.Ore. elly..1 1 t j the ,hours of 10o'clock A. lL aad < '
;: ,
80 long and : I
i of the Southern section, who baTe ia- party, the consiatingorfaU threefourthsof ping he gave Glen Tujlorforhis'mYlessiblarlion Exxctrrmt Dx?AtYiaiKXT: ,?., ;, ITallahassee a, o'clock'tPM Monday the 2l t day 91 Au- '
, ned of theunjustnessof rrotecttve the electors news has. given the most unqualified of pledges. They do not likehitiexhorta.lion r
pLL : JkJy 25,1849.-
co and J t put nextihe.fohot 3n8 described Propextj
satisfaction, v; # < ; fi.
to the Democrats 'in tiew of tie of .. .
advocate course
to A*- %
lies AN ELECTION is h hereby Ordered tube held troatqttndbeing; inthe Cout7.ol 60
w.rsbrm I B4though 1Iai'
the administration in en for .
, Jt it would not proscribing i op 2xin the ofFloridfrMilitia* witThe; .Westhalf.,of iNorth-Eart. t .
Fourth'Brigade quwUr of
The voice of a Sovereign
that it would State. The Legislature ionia 1A'k .lMl7eF; tl tluit.. itheptedgti '
F
but
; result e1 on the first 'October next' the Section twenty4wo Kang.half of,5orth.W
' lino as both would directly of New Hampshire by a vote in the Senate efa 'W1tfleaMidate"tlt; PiaitJte1''agai Monday ,at places < > > iquarterof t +:
sec
&
- dSouthern in maDuCacture& of 11 to 1 and'in the_ House'of 149 to '97' ,. have one sagkt rite from the-dead nd ten that appointed by law for the.election of Coenty 'Section: twenty-two; ;Son&-W8*
.
nscrested Officer for Brigadier General to fill the quarter of Section: 27, East half of So tikquarter'8eGti "
' is much mutaten. id at through exCZ'IJDell passed resolutions condemnatory of President they should Utl"Tlieido not rath'the.cnthegaretlietnirDett'ill ; a Ta* : m i ,
I nil a .n28
fnenda of the =occasioned tithe redgnaUon General ; No'Hh-Eastquarter.of Sec ,
many Taylor. They impeach him 1st of violating all : of sassy
rosins the .
& g ; 'ngto manner
*
tips
r both in and ont orit.i the he made to attain Charles Byrne. "iv t :z.%;o.:". i thirty-three, Bqrth.Eaatq1al'tH.ot SouthEittV.quarteTnOl r
r herprosperitl, pledges power;and second conducting last' he' eld that1 be
and canrass. .
south
be the his bosom Also. an Election ishetrt ,Ordered to beheldin : Section,thirty hxee-Nerth-> '
will to the
conaequence, o/fej Mexico
resulc taking those
'te : "honored party- erea toe
tie fer y op of >n/ the interests will clash who invoked the destruction of Geu Taylor, and boldly emblazoned its.Whig.pary banner,measure>rbenit the Third.Brigade of.Florida Militia, at the West quarter of Beckon thtrt,.foot,West half .

f udinst in upon timerand places abore specified f or BiiPU of Sonth-West quarter orlecdoq.Wr9'-. OGJ'. .
,
We are justified his
k t tl y than eyer army. i for which contends; but he despisi a no par* : ;:
tad" couCJUSlOl from the following The last resolution is ift these words. :, General to fill;.the ncaDC1;octnsietid.:by,.the .t.41l..ot. the,iJhoTe,lands ia pwnahip p strca .\

I! do lets 8 such Ii Resolted That in view ot these and other considerations i ty per resiznation Gen..Samuel Russell. ,;. -- ,'. South, Range eighteen: Eait,;coataiabg ,eight : tot

tables I Also an Election ii .hereby Ordered:to be hundred and forty.one.thirty.nina hn&drtd tl>. ..
l statistical ,
Herald .
I
the we trust and doubt not that the Mr.CaVtmnti Man ifttt o-This impciant document
f 1feh gifenin the held in Jb Cavalry Regiment;'of ,the.Second acres, mareor less, ,of which about two hnadred :1]
bowng that the manufacturers in American Senate at its coming session will fearlessly -more important jtbe'peoliar crisis and is
p clearl1 Eastern and Brigade, Florida 1itia on the first Monday ia fifty improved, ha-iiug.thereon i good !,
compete with the pro- and fully discharge the duty with regard in which the country finds itself i destined ;i
Sad with wn white laborgoodt equal and cheaper executive nominations which the laws of the to create a profound len ti 1 eyerf1t'lIre.; and, October next, at;the;places. appoiated-by law dwelling bits hooseL_ kitchen and other boons, ft*. ;, :
' 41&00 has for.the election of !;aunt Ol'ecery.,to fill the barnSi ana Botherimproresienti betaHfaff ,
in New Eugtenttrel land. Slate labor not yet land may imt.oset adopting therein, that course as far as Mr.Calhoun is personally and politically .i; to a Cotton Plantation : 4
thd ei y introduced into the Southern which the safety,interest s and honor of our government concerned,he is deeply indebted to.(ot: Benton Tacaney occasioned bj th reingixition of CoL A Mill House .with ,also a Cotton Scrtw.&Del. '1.1

and when that is introduced it and country clearly require that for enabling him to reply to his atacks in Samuel S. Spencer. .. ? running Oearrora'SawGhl .
Ctoritt may ; and Orm)1iJt 1rith W
that the South can drin lheWerD.III&.Qr will sanction and to tindicaV himself Officers commanding "Brigades. Begimenta ater.Power;: lso ft>Stock .
'fiudemonstrate they not appointment of individuals a manner triumphant, riithi'n of Cattle about fifty head "I
and 'this mortar lets .
Battalions State
t.urers out of their own markets ,if any such are proposed whose "dishon and his motives from aspersions.whieh Companies; ,
: The Title of said lands ;
and
are' Into effect this tne Terms asdconditions
to
.
hereby required carry
cotton gouk. The Calhoun credited.:
of coarse has who know Mr.
utanulactcost are esty or incorapetency" been made manifest none ever :
made known
ia the within'the limits on the day of sale.,
slate labor ((840 per year,) which their lives and The document will unite the South to' Order of their'respeetlTe cwai "
'age of by practices before or by their ( j man, nd& "f" v. ,, 61 :BENNETT M."'DELE I. :{
uptrilJ1ent.made at Columbia, South Curo- cot tSi sin office since their nominationnor, whose and that alone is"necessary to settle this question '".' ,.

I b1 tiDa-rs thorn W be teller adapted to manage pi st career disclosed spirit and principles to the satisfaction of all parties. Tfe shall W.. D. _MOSELET* **Qovernor.* .' SAMUEL. u 5 Ettexatot:' ,to +4 .

th.lD een Lired free labor, will out better fitted to the work facilitating the hostile have a few words to say about this mfiifestoin August. 1849. \ :. > July 21,1849.' .u.a..":.* ".

t SdEiaw tn-in half the price oi labor in the operations of a foreign cabinet,than striving for our next It is a paper highly credible to Executive Department* JlT4llaJuzllte ?, # .:R" ,.,

"; S-thern mmuf ries ; and the water power the advancement of the happiness honor of eminent author..NoaWf N.York blaengn.r ,Jul,.'n,'184G. } A.. leiatrdteli; xe4&.':: a. ':'i"'J\i '
.
(f the South, of which they hue an unlimited our own rapidly increasing and most glorious IS HEREBY ORDERED,:'That those persons OIX months'after date I' i"'-. ft
J shall present iajo; tilt
have
.. would cost aa we land. IT
.R..I..t all se;LljO ,
tnpP'' -- -- Heralds caw ratios! noth- Parting Between Gen Jackson Gad M.'Polk. who'shall be appointed by the several O.: coun a'and Touchera .toth_ ,HciuJadgt of .1.1
,hu'ifD in former pa yThe3eudranta.e3 of Probate' of this'State,. of
will eventually deprivethe lament form Earatpc, The Louisville Democrat, in announcing the fudges Inspectors ProbateotColcmbitieoua, t't ror&IDaL. .
death of Mr.Polk relates the inident fictions' to be held for County Officers Mon- :and l'f
Northern manufacturers of the Acetiunts from Vienna admit that Jellsr.hich has following : ment ask a discharge froo'ln?further l adr ..
the Etiternand 'We shall always recollect the farewell btween pay the first day of October next shall also act ministration of the :
which protection ha enabled suffered a complete! defeat by Bern, who stunned his estate Lot, Samel &Elliot r
.
domestic niouopoliz m&rket uud realize imuienae fortunes encampment at the head of 50,000 men. The siege of Andrew Jackson and James K. Polk, whin> the cllnspectors of. the Elections for' Officers of the aeceaaedlate of( lnmbia"connty. !.- w' ?. -,> J
.
them to As the tariff Pestli has been rai.ed by the Imperialists after four latter was about to leave for Washingtomn the Morida Militia, ordered to be held on the first biAB THA.\Y.:.F '

,. from in former years.of the by of days hud fighting. Marian evacuated.. The Dm- winter of 1845.* The old hero then couoelled onday of October.W. .Administrate'izotthoEattite of Ailj ""ru
th.l drove the South out supplying aka Dec lias have been driven turn service, and their D. MOSELEY Governor. '# t
his friend and bid him a last adieu: He raised ; July. 2i, 1849. ; "Om ,
own market by ch.inging cotton for cotton Chief Knickadine, has been ordered leave his : jdI j.
their to po his wasted form erect and seizing James K Polk August 4,1849. 8w I .
world the low of :
with the rest of the rate sition.A r9
E sods resulting from the system that caused it, bulletin issued by the Austrian Government,. by the hand, said : 'Farewell my friend ; [shall PROCLAMATION BY THE GOVERNOR. $ta. JLacie CooBtj Tax CoUecm** ',4
ages that the 15th never see yon again in this world .ty jour J
irilin turn. enable, the South to drive the North Hungarian Army on the marched upon \ SALE.j ..: E..S D t'A
cheaper Waiizen, but were met by the Russians, who fell duty like a mangy and we shall meet in I Ten.i \t '
virtue
market manufacturing of the
out of the: own back the advanced. BY power Tested in me bJa". 1
of the reduction of the as enemy Theaettdaytheluaeians i ,I have Imed ,
in consequence attacked who upon and will ettpanl fer>
and theJroJuctire Georgy occupied a strong position A curious instance of.the of iuman sale : .1
profit the capital Ibor.caused by before Waiizen, with 44,000 men and 120 pieces instability r I at Fort Pierce,{there being no Court Hoon ",
s}ytem. A distinguished senator I Artillery. Thecenrionadingonbnthsideswastre affairs afforded by the fact that about iwelre > in the county of St. Lade,) In the county of 8t : i

from Massachusetts (tIr.ChO J said, in discus- mendous, but the Hungu tens remained masters of the mouths ago a prefect of one of the Fresh departments Lude;Florida;on; Monday,the22d CIay"0 : .

t liar the tariff of 1842, in the United States field. On the 16th the main body of the Russian Army received the following telegraphic her, A. D.. 1849.I between the }naval hours of : {:

eust the :5tion "was a question of was brought up, and on'lhe 17th they attacked despatch : ale the following described tract of land, or .:

brw,l r'u stn uent s." of Waitzen.the Notwithstanding the desperate resistance "Monsieur Le Prefect: Arrest by all pssible Election of Seaator.A : so much thereof,as will pay the Stata and Coua '1"

;fo far then from any harmony being produced Hungarians they were compelled to evacuate means the citizen Louis Napoleon Bonpurt, ty Tazes'asreaaed thereon'fbr'tie" |-
the town, with the loss of two standaids,cannon,and .VACANCY having occurred the office ii I year
by the extension of uuaufiictures in the South 500 pnsanen.A should he present himself. in your departaent. 4 of State Senator in.the'Sixteenth Senatorial '. and 1 848 unless the taxes there aadtheex '

vednwl the result, an-1 are i'eart'ull of the conifqaeucw. large and enthusiastic meeting had been held in Ledrn Rolin." District occasioned by the resignationof are paid before the dayof sale, to wit. An Lv rIri

To the! .'ouh.they will prove of London express the public sympathy with Hungary, A year later the same prefect receired.tnoth- the Hon.Erasmus D. Tracy '." It it Andy Or- 1andc lt himg'3600aem"otlazi; lyiogasd i :

iinme.li.itc au-1 of great ultimate benifit, for they and to request the English Ministry recognise the er despatch, in the following terms: fared, .That an election be held in said Districton being in the'said:county of'St LncaL; called .

tendltf Jevt lope the resources of the South itiutW Hungarian Gurern=Went. Many Quaker members of "Arrest by all possible means the citizn Laden Monday the first'' day of October next to "Marrams Inland,n: situated near,Cape Caist :1
tile Pears ; ,
br.mohes theta those of agriculture and the proceedings.Convention When then In of session the participated in Rollin if he present himself in your Depart fill said Tacaney. .. real, In the River Ys or'Indian B1ytrrgraatld I :;
one speakers
rommerce. Ship: building and Ship owning at aid tu Hungary by taking up arms in her proposed behalf ment. Given wider my hand and the great seal of ta Don Juan Mclntosh bytheSpanisn Government .j
Would! not be more disastrous to North- "UP AU&JC Minister Napolon." the 18th of Ma1J in the ,1803
the South the meeting rote as one man with shouts of war. A the State offIoridaattheCapitol year and : ;
nun! Eisteru ship o"nersanl builders than petition was adopted by the meeting, which was presented in Tallahassee-'this: 'measured and laid off to said Mclntoeh by.Gco. .

gouthfru manufactories to Northern and Eas to Parliament and gave rise to au interesting The Election Minesota, for their fir dele ISML.J 25th da1.ofJulY;A. D,1849sad J. F.Clark,on the 2
tern.an.l so far frost healing the brcucu between debate nn Hungarian affairs. gate to Congress, took place on the tat nl, also of American lridepe Jence'the seen ''by the'plati and survey thereof; ;whici ;

tbeKorth and the South, it makes it still more Venice still holds out against fearful odds.A for a Council and House, of.Representatives.T 74th said 3,600acres-are.assessed in aid fiLLudt: : }
serious division exists the majority nf the : year. &
among l1Mdntoehr.t
county to John t.;'i H irf ;
ride French National llembl,. A portion of them has W. D.,, MOSELEY., Governor..: ; w:.
lHBtecn for the PUrida ...
The Eastern people generally are bringingdistress determined to withdraw from the ranks of the Bona- Attest: Amount'due.forTaxea' for 1847.% t22.27J .: {:h

to their owu door sills by their mad partials, and form a separate party. A suspicion is Numerous communications having ben received C. W.Dovmina, .of State. u u :'a fu 184g' 28.73 :

f.aUcisin toward the Southern section, and entertained that there exists an extensively organis ,by his Excellency the.Govern?, from August 4,1849. ; lOw Add era, J f. "
.
the/ should take warning before it is too late. ed Legitimist conspiracy. It is announced that the persons in different sections of the State offering BRAYTON ." ; .-

Their protective policy has forced the South .I troops which had re-lan ed after the news of the surremlei their cervices to raise and organize Cimpan- Sale in Su A.BBBstl e.WILL Tax Collector cud Assessor of St.Lnti*.& ', .;

into manufactures for their own preservation, I destinations.of Rome had re-embarked fot their original ies to serve against the Indians, and requesting 'BE.S'OLD'. 'at Poblie Auction, in July,14,'1849. ". ; ,

tad their devl tion.to the Wilmot Proviso and The city ,Rome is tranquil under Oudinot's admin Commissions to that effect, I am requested by of the Court House in the City of .w-

anti-slavery agitation will drive them, ultimate- istration. All public( aria are ordered in the name of him to state in answer thereto, that no nth authority St. Augustine on Monday the 28th of August Jacksonville> Fellaa,_ .IBItI.. t w' ;

lj, to a separation. We speak{ plain. It is our I the Pope, who will remain atGseta until after the aeI is vested in him. Should he deeD it necessary 1849, at ten o'clock, A. M: the'Real 'Estate of HE Committee of Direction hive adopted % '

datytodo aaaa an iulcpeuleut journal, and couchmeiit the queen of Naples, when he will repair to cull volunteers for the shoe purpose Francis One. late of St. Johns county; deceased, thefollowingregulatioii. '- ->. ;

luring the h mony an 1 prosperity of the whole to trams, to resume his temporal and spiritual aulli'irity. he could only Commission upon tie election consisting ol The scholastic year.is to coJ2aZS1ot four terras r
section it Nothing has yet been said as .o liow the of the several officers by -the re ective of eleven weeks t '
Union and not any particular of ut A House and Lot bounded on the. south by each. ;* t ? J JL
heart forces this We will French army is to be paid; but it is reported that the commands Companies elect their Captans and the.east Orthography read .+ ..
us to adopt course Emperor of Russia has agreed to lend his Holiness Bridge street, on by Hospital 'street D&writiDg and-arith v
do justice to all, and we cannot do it more lu.OW,000 without interest the principal) be repaidin Lieutenants; Battalions elect their Licit. Col and on the west by Charlotte' Street; lie per term ;$4,00.." The.above'with'.Engiiahiprammar ',

effectually than by seeing fair play and showing instalment of half a million annually. onels and Majors; Regiments elect ther Cola Also,a Lot on the corner of St. George and and Geography, per term$5.00. /TKsj : *: .

in their true colors tOme of the grievances The American Consul has notyrt resumed his functions nels, &c.For St. Patrick streets: above with the higher branches ofaafEnglikh' .
,
inflicted on the South, and urging forbearance. since the attack on his palace by the French sol present purposes, in the opihionof the Also four Lota of land lying on the west side edaca anbracingAlgeDT,Geoaetry"f"fII7. ;. ; ,.

.'1. Y. Herald. diery. He withdrew from the city after protesting Governor, a sufficient force has been calM out of Maria! Sanchez Creek, .described in a plat natural, mental and mural Philosphyij ; i

agninstthe indignity. Garibaldi on the 17th !levied This force consists of two Companies frcn Du- made for Stus' Poujaud as.Lots No.:'nine, hemistryj Gro!Aa&ronom",BfzetoricLOgicI ,. t

'. Government m California. i tribute 2000puuds, on the inhabitants, after which val and Nassau, two from Columbia, on from eleven, thirteen and fifteen, containing each and Evidences of Christianit1'i..pttJtenD & :. ,
,001
he took in the The t
position neighborhood.
i Anuss meeting; WU4 held at San Francisco on are collecting up a in several parts of the country,people and Marion, one from Hillsborongb, and tvo from lot, one hundred and fifty feet in length by fifty Each quarter to be paid tothel'reaaurer.iA edvance. ,

Jane I'Jth,,11'ru.11, Stewart presiding. lion organizing themselves into armed bands, with the intention Leon Counties.. in,breadth. All the above property will be ', ;
Butler King mie a speech, us did several ot h- ofjuimng Garibaldi. C. W.DOWNINr.' sold subject.to the widow's claim for'dower. The scholars win be under the iaatrao-

gentlemen. The following resolutions were --- Adi, and Fnt p. Gen., ad intrim* JOSEFA GUE, Admin'x. tion ofanupeJ'ieneed-fezDaJe teacher. C .p> i ., ;",
aduptrl: From tke CkerUiton Mercury. August 18th 1849 :itSIX Provision has : "
St. Augustine, 'July 21, 1849.. 5t been:made-instruction iA i
Xtsohed That the of the United From FUrida. Latin.French .
Congress ,Painting and Drawing Had ,
SUta hiving failed to pass any law for the Bray We tun publish, whose with respectability much pleasure of.character the letter is of vouched Mr.. A..I.iearaler'e ft.llce. Sheriffs Sale Benton County, Fla! for which additional charger will: be made.Music .

rorernraentof this country, the people of California for by the highest authority."In months after date; I shall present ly ac be sold before the.Court House door The first term commences' on. the 8th ofOetobernext. s
bare the uudoufrel: right to organize a and vouchers as Administriorof WLL ; I** .
22d
the Charleston Mercury of the ult.,I noticed Benton county on the first Monday .,
fwernment for their own protection. an editorial copied from the Savannah Republican the Estate of Ramon Sanchez deceased, the in August next, between the usual hours of sale Applications for admission are to be. ,< ...

Eu ktd, That the people of California are attributing the depredation and horrid outrage recently Honorable Judge Probate of St. Johns>un- the following property.to wit:_The, East # ot he Committee'of ]Direction.t t; if. '

oiled upon bj an imperative sense of duty, to perpetrated at Indian River,to a difficulty said ty, for a final settlement of said Estate and I Sonth-Eaat % of, Section No. 12, Township 21 t1CbacriTT. 'or" DiUcti l .

tenable in tkeir sovereign capacity and elect previously Russell and to the have Indians occurred, and that between their Col.attack Win.oa him T. thai), at the same time apply for Letters d Dis South Range 19 East; :also South-West J 'of 'J:
Mtgties coo Convention to.form a Constitution was solely au act of personal revenge. This is not mission as such Administrator,of which a1 persons the 9onth-West V of Section 25,Township .20, Dr.H.D.HO 1fD r
to State Government th.it the and interested in said Estate are desird to '' 'i'.'
great A.M.'BEED'
; only untrue.inastnuch as difficulty has ever occurred Range 19..Len. on as the Propert1.of C. T.:, .
Faring; interests California maybe repre- between them but an act of grass injustice to Cal take noticeMAURICE. SANCHEZ Jenkins to satisfy sundry Executions issued T AIt7JtU. .. i. i l3-:.7E\1 e

I Rated ia tke next Congress the United Russell,who already suffers enough from the. wounds Administrair. from the Circuit Court of.Benton, ,in favor of Bev!. SWART- ,; : .j /? ':

iblcs, and that the people of this country mayure inflicted him,without being harassed with the impression St. Augustine, August 18th, '49. 61 George Hernandes_and.others, this 2d day of Jacksonville,'Ju11'1'49., ..; .u 'n: ,f : SS
is diiected towards him .
Ae that publicopinion : :t't t ,
of law.
necessary protection July 1849., N. C. MOODY 1,
.
!lotto/ That we earnestly invite our fellow as the exciting cause of this lamentable catastrophe. PROCLAMATION BY THE' GOVERNtR.Electl Shert B cetera .ldial" "" ".- ,
.
Benton CitreainIreorJlf
Being intimate with the family and a frequent visiter eflfl1lly.Jol,21.1849' ;c.. ... ;, .
.etittaiat to unite with in efforts .c '
Urge our
us lit..Yobteat :
his him tdsSberifi's !
j at house, I bare had opportunities bearing I
ti i iblish a government in accordance withcousiitution speak unreservedly uf them .nd on all occasions 4,404 II".i Peter Ben et,' Administrator'ifJlFrahcia '" \ t k M
of beloved and that Sale Benton County, Fla.. P.SancherJ decdl'et'al ') I .4
our country, bare I seen and heard him evince and express the l r,
t eamiuee of fire persons be appointed by most friendly feelings towards them. 1 wu even .TILL be sold before the Court House>door- vs"; -,-, .J' i- tn'Ciiacefy. r, ;

resident of this meeting, to correspond cognizant to all l6attranspiredon the 12th alt, haring T T of Benton county,,on the first Monday, Benj A. Putnam: Executor E of. 07", .i,, ,. ,
J4 the other districts und fix an early day for been a guest of his for two days previous. The in August ext. between ;the usual hours of ;Peter-MitcheLet ls.et : I ; o ->. gx t t. I 1
election of the friendliness with which they were received by every TITHEREAs"'b. 'an Order diyentered'caw ;
of and the the
delegates meeting sale following property; to wit: The'South-
the their visit ..
member of the family on morning ql .
C. :
'* -' and also to Determine the number and the pleasure they manifested while eating several West quarter Section. 26,Township 22,Range the_ 13th day of,Jnhe., 1849.,r tie uadcj.

tf idt which should be elected from this melons, which the Col. himself presented them,as .o .f State ....... 19; being 160'acres'of land more or less. Lev was:appointed to take and state,'D, "7 r '.'.
other
well as die numerous small presents of beads,rings&. VACANCY occurred:in the dice ied'ozi"aa the property of Richard"'R. Cram, to thin- ;'an accout toftlae Deltaowin*b i ,. ,

f itmeeti'a.6 the A1t3 California remarksjiwuenthulliasticand made the children by them during the day impressed A of Btate Senator;having in the Twelfth Senior- satisfy sundry' Executions,, issued.t.fr ( the .the.. Estate of Peter JCtelieVdeettaedrWflfe ,b.;,; Yr
united. The same me with the belief that they entertained the anon County Conrt of Alachua;in;favor'of': John'G. i W', therefore''in''pU1'SU1. otaald'Oirt tt
, Slopes thit other districts will: follow the kindlJ feelings towards himself and family. So sanguine District,occasioned by resignation o|he Tyner.and others this.2d day ofdaly'1849.>: / is hereby gne .to U''i' hrmf s : ,
he that were friendly disposed,and so Hon. Joseph. Watt : It is hereby ordtcd be t +
PVnJ.that the campaign thug propitiousgMi was they : N..M. MOODY Creditors. >( theF.atate.ef; the t ld'Ptr + ;:
' great his aversion to their! being disturbed, that un That an election be held in said district on Mm- ; 'decdtoprodticstheir j ,
will not be suffered tufi.i g till the Re pieautdSeortaraotCalifurnaGtkatheir- of his.wholelt < 8Aerjff.Bini il"eovniy.July ; C1A5iDl and mab :
occasion told neighbor
one being by day, the first'day of October next to fill said ,
jaV.cancy.
proof thereofbefore me 1
: aggrieved dy a slight depredation,supposed to have 21, 1849. ,. tds ,>t myoffice,i .
intliTJoiied States Con areas. been<>< .....:.;_*_.. kv .th"IIIlbut. without. evidence..) that City of St. Aneustinel:' on or before the'.4th'da '
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i( he intended to shoot-J them the first urportuoit'l: re Given under my hand, and the. geat Sherifl's. ,;, Sale:":$_ .ntol County,, Fla. of October nex. ,'t'm,Deftutt.tb .' ,'.;
faudtc-The hasty efforts to annex Canada collect Col.R. said most emphatically! that the first Seal of the State of Florida,sake 0 _. they will, be;precluded from the hfmdt.
ILL be sold before the Court t
\f llataorth fire from one who interfered with Ibd Indians should re* Capitol, in the City of TallaJassee House door Decree tobeniado '.1..7-. Mi t A.
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. expose them to a galling . .
'.J .,oBenton'COUJ1t1 the first .r i/
'; t aide;and on no ono does it fill more sire the same punishment he inflicted on them; [ .,1 see, this fourth day of Angnsj A. I between on Monday --P'JLD J. ; ; t' .
. as any act of violence towards them would only iacenM D.;.1849, .arid. of American. Ifie- in August next e usual hours,of sale .1 ; 'J&I"t
ti."lb'l>' on .Scott,for bis late letter on them and not only endanger the safety of hit family, pendencethe74thyear. the following property,4to; wit:,.. One hundred : -w.. d. i ::7.

, The Hamilton Journal and ExJ but that of the whole coluluun l1. IDL/D. WOSELEY ,- and sixty acres.of land more or leas being the 'Jime'30:184'.. f -. ''. ., :4, ."J: .4: ", t.oct/';,:.r;.;. 4 ; ; f'r
. u Aows the hand be holds: "C. L.BRAYTON, ( : North-Eaat of Section 18 f" 1 P,
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Attest: Governor of Flori4C. quarter Township 22 -' ''' .! ...,
. 4 subjoin a letter from General Scott,on "$G Augustine Aug.1st.1849. VV. DOWIIIMO Sea: of State. I' South, Range 19Frattelao, the East'half of Soarers.'Joiieisl, <.RId--.JfaJI." :
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etUioD of British North America to the North-West of ;_ .,otsl.i._.. -- i '
, the inhabitants of Oregon ,quarter !Section 17, Township 22 ya .}h .akt ,
of
(h- h blriT.he General must be' poking fun at Or oa.-A census been taken and it shows that ', Dtasolu. ,u tip:e4 .CopartBershh.TIHE f. South,Rang Y9}. Levied on as the property Joseph i.H;: enandez.'zecator: F;< :.t .fl t'' ..1'
voters with a Mew of catching has recently of ;
pf Charles BobertMcHardy.decd
RusaellJ to Execution ,
'i ae next Presidential election. It is the number of the population number upwards is 8,902, including 300. COP!ABTNERSmp the undersigned>raerIy is this exiling daydis- _issued from the.Circuit Coartot satisfy Ben an to n.in -. ,. ;' .. ;8.:. i r.1 ,t .t!1}lAe.Whipple u..lI.uct.:.- _

v Z2?that he eon be to ilaor a n t as to:sup.I foreigners,who ; I favor,of.Borne t M.DeU. this 2d.dsy, of July, i Aldrich,Administraiorother ,.\1f ,
rakes mutual consent. bit Hogarth rill : t.earintta ; 'h
the by
reitt census 2,503 solved .
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t Britain will part with any portion There are,according i848.J ., ,N. JL ,. ofSh "" .... ._
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r wry State.- but in of many at the mines, then settle all the business of the htte firm Jaclon-- u Mpppr, r? : tee : f"Oi'Q'tfIt y. 1 ."
to enrich .
foreign consequence '
a lI1BEBEAS.cb11aa.
r.e much red red.Gor. dUe and Mr. Savannah.:' '' ''' '.Skeriff., Beaten etnaty.. Older daq .et i .
+7 disturbances are sufficient,, to rote at the next election will be George, T'"t' J. .a- a YV lhel lda1 tl .
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i glfc.L'rf poaitioa in this matter. As for Lane has issued.a proclamation; fixing the ,HOQAETH&GEOBCE.Jacksonville'August 't ;il "U1'; l -h! signed wu appr2lnttdao aatl'&Dd aq1 .' '

H JZr aexation cannot for a ,tea number of members of Council and house of lUhl1849.; S thiaga. I'
) we r ta. SaleiBentoa qDij Ta. ,aq .&t4&ho cfebt.a .
entitled The undersigned returns thattkdtohis nmer- o
each is 0sh9
i Into the to which county the Estate
an idea could enter Representatives of bedN ;
I It lit'eauch?' ant & The Montreal tory and ordering the election to be held forthem; ous patrons ink Florida, and begs,to tea ce ILL'be soli b before'the CoartUotisedoot ,. th I. vd1 1 .ut.Now t :
1 IntMoli. to them that he will continue to j 0 the 1V? >t In Benton the er fo'y .of.order. .
MSi th e New York papua stay lead some and for delegate toCongress on the carry County;
r | Daeri cant to believe that annexation day in Jane next There are six candidates for tin business inaUite branches,1 ID cbonI' in Aupat.; aextylbetweieatheasnal ho lal. Creditois-:of.the tet1' i' 'I'
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thad He respectfully requests 'a''continuance f the the following wit Sdulh-East att3rt : .
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eotertained in the field. McHardy
t e.IJ bj aconsidenble portion Congress prom'&o .f-&o1PDd11cot., .
continued torero he.has already,t'eceiresdpk: quarter of the SouthWest .. :
as strongas quarter/and
'U1utl. Such, faoweter i* not the The rage for gold hunting make proof thereof ; .

. l with bat few exception are ever at last advices;and both the newspapers < JAMES.L.' .\ HOOAEH.SQL -. ; ttarteottheStitith'aartbrSer. ; ion Cit1'ottheS A "oa1k O : ,

dot 1'.. with the connexion wkich at published in Oregon had suspended operations ,':..aaGat.tttttorts.Nfott t'i I' 27,d'Ho and th-We"quarter.ofthe North Narla.qunn .Wt East et day of Octob ttetttt .1WIII H'0g' .t- ''

J t Their patriolism is quite equal.f Inconsequence of it Northquarcerot o.thiey.irill lbetP ; ,
months after date IJha1110 qdarter 8eeiioa34rTownshipl9; '"Bdut ,R. t
I t4 ?,tht connexion were it meted Cot assort d rouchefs t.the HiaL Juge'ofprobate' 11 liut..'.' t d1 'JeretnUi>Al.Constablejtd .: gg thaD e.tobolaa4., t, ij 'a .,
John :
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' iK" fM- h'o other anuy in the world .SfMtaJ of Cot 4.Vdln.-The brae ittlts t.USt1 ; ..oet'j.'fI.: { :i" ", ,.rlti-:gt 1. tt<;1 a R
+.tet more gtn liiae liber I" The lawttated B. Weller tommissioner to run the blexieati'haa for-Marlon'coonty;for,.n s.=, .sundry Execntionifronl'the bi1ied 31 .ti a'iifi..1' ; ;,STS t.8t. ,,., I :

for trail which wiU ,** fa foU farce boundary .been remored, and CoL John C. : met and appiTYara discharge. as straMarion -Justice Court.Benton, innVofpf ,Jane 3/1S41fNl..bi': iN ., .#: ,
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a i WtetS- wm bring flat prosperity which, not Fremont'son4n4aw.:of CoL Benton,appointed I to"d'''the'...iiat.. .., tit&mnel Ul.. .1. I.t.: Neil Ferguson" ","andcotherstbia*' :*'*'Y;r = 2d daj:of July J i. "'P- ""n Y"' ; ;, :

' |HSI lICe*,iTOkl. to.. il1a bialOJalt, in his P. This is the':second of :oLBe1itolf. } eacotUl.t Y.;> QM.Jt aeed: ","l'. J849,".. 3i* k --.D-" M..hI00AY''4' u NDONjlOBTADJCOCJI! 'aL]p. ;

, Kfc' *.'a kdoUarioMd cent Canada .co11Dectiol1l&ppo anted to office under Uw JI.P.r'WlDBBAli.\'H' '. No" -. '' J.uAI'. ;. .. 'Or ale .It:;.w 'Hhq l ,AIt.. r +I I
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rob, dmirfitmiea.taat..- Co., Angwt J 4 1840. lfl1721J18 Wi" D .. 'f .;
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.- J"JIo.. 0\s : rf\.tot .e-.1 ."1).. 2 10iftiB .4. THIS INSTITUTION WttL BE.OPENED ON j ..4.-:1'-permS' under. Uef#:Congress enti-' )I.. no 4.p v qlY.Iou. '.
L3* .- the first Mondiryln Jun neitjUi&o'clock. A.M. 'ii 1 "4'An.-iL4 t o' rovide for.*hc'armed'.<>ccual242andio4jrere < <.Y; JQlUl ,PJ.q t lN !

bf I: .1EIccthL Of State Senators in Jacksonville,7 East Florida. t ie em r\Ji,: :' 61i. oij'P '"' : ,1. : "

, .1.:; d' .Y.VACANCY.hating occurred in th 'office Separate rooms will' befitted .up for the accommodation n" 1' 'F1orida' ,' ed-.l\f: 1 ",.z.' .,' t : 1'XQ1 D tlE.iD_ EI'J ', )

J t W t l.x &*& n.-OfState'Senator. in the'eighth Senatorial of young Lads and li Res; where .OjMttjMttS-iujSjar h At acts :iREATFEMALI; JIz1DICthoEit'e ".1

l 'rt H ,:' ff Dfotrfot/fcy the death fHoFJathffTmi"aidiAethIheenth Lorf- theywillibe i instructed'io the..EID.e *\ry end and theAComenditory the'r$r. pprbife Jane > : tA"ttu.\: :

I .I'1 t! : .:(; Senatorial district by hiAher branches of,nil..English,,and.classical 15th '1844and,wbVsettled:6rocupie4undersaidak'aj and'speedy:cnre'for incipient unitosnZS 11I;

j :! 11 {fee Tesfghilion of Hon.,'J. P.ndersqtlalsOJllI ; EdUcation youngiroen-will' ;.fittedfor -WnUVw. HV.relUia. hpr, i, 1h for the general prostration'o
I [ :- { thft'lfteeft'OT orIaI District by th --resign' College or.for professional life,in the Latin and auan'-L*****on.* ii S3.Jle* '*, lu .continue4''to )'rsidon.iia \;EdM3tE MPdwnz niattex'bether theftiul& otl
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! .f' .... .. .*J tiotfof Hoc;Ltfufa Aldrieh": It it hereby Ordered, Geeek classics'..aDctiu f.Philoaoplacal. and 'W*4tfiiciiithor*ti in A l.idhr' fXtwril -L ; jj1jL& i'c 1isei'tpr c d 1! enm "
.."Jf t "iAb '. ? ;!' fiM.:0. ,be' held" saddisti"fs''on Mathematical sciences. '. "- 'ers''uI 1 1 t' 1 m) itJilti :.!1WS 1 "i N was prepar dpya, r'I'"t acciden t.- C-t .- 'f'1'tjtothhfg'eaftbe.more
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, 'r fi: j Monday,,thV first day of October';next ,,.to"fill '. : IC ...'* tae-meatll. .the i"eciA
2tI, :t. f."fF;. iild tacandes! 1 'THK TtAR1wfflbYdivided': intd four quarters, J..' "M i/ f.; t k"ct. ytit' gractice-jpf .several'years.: in" ajallous jsi-} vigoratiag effecta'sbfl :the"'l

I 9 ,,i.j Gimi'u "my hand and the1iea1 of of about12' weeks & hf1rith'intemning yaca"2 'AtReWitUisTiiIeAlaciiua. : -. ; .Wm.wun'l. ., c".i'on '.won-" ',. mate Those who hare"used'it t emse yes or sons all weakisa'and tude 1rom'1rii&t.1- ,

:; ,' ;: 1 : ?'> 0, ,'r the State otF1onda'attheCapi- ti lS 'The'dliywiUhl.et" ssiO11 : theflstfrgin ) dayj 7th 7.4 ,,. .+ 'seen its salutaryfffects upon ,other&iieeano:; afo -become robust and full of *- *
t.I' 'ili: d J" 'tol in the 'of Tallahassee this At St. ingustine St. Johns' county oa Tuesday farther evidence ofitseat value..- The healthQlho' .
i ;., .t : City 9 to Ifc M3 and'thi' second, from 3 to 5'F. its influence., It immediately countSeJS?
,c;: : .;:: ,4:(fq' IHth t of June,'A.1>>1849,and M.: 'Wednesday mornings will te appointed to tSth11ay.1 ."- a "> ., S nda' 'has >been ,perfectly, restored' by nerveressnes8Tof the"female'frane TriCuiVxgreat

'..., ;.".'L''r _: J.b' .1a-rJ; 73d j year of American Independene exercises in English composition' 1nddttama. _:Jit JPibtka.Putnam.county. on..,. Tuesday, ,22d_ t&is medicine,,.when'aH other, remedies have '; 'cause'of barrenness.. '*.* .- H?
1f1 .uL v: .r I'. ..1' .;, ; .. :.? *. tion. ."*' ". .: '"" t'.tI '-; J.. r" '- failed; Jtadpeication; is.not,simply (suspend I I" 'U ill nofbeezp4cted ofll : -

t," t4rt 'i' t ': ,\. -, k. W. D. MOSELEY. *..After the tsnerm,nc pu'pil will be received, ,AtM 9n j :Qf g4: co tyj'on;: neady:! thcjsease|! for .,jlime;.uh toT.purify 3&e ays- :delicate a'flatneto exhibit etrtto lJfe&lea ri

r D'.tt! f e ..{ :'Attest: ,'A. E!,MAXWELT., Bee State. except; at orfi ebr the beginning'of the session,, 29tlJtf.I *. f ;. \ rnu ", -i. tJtd,! ; 1r ". temand, restcreit.tosqun4ai4? pe;feci'heaUhA tfob, -we"can assure tie r '

!.) "'II '# .tkJ b..u1t'1. '49 ,' OJ'. 'tloctt and no pupil forlesA th none, term. :' ;, ?At"O la. Marion county, on,Monday, isthJune. TrertueQnlthQJfims&j! :: ..treatmentandCure"of hundreds of case have been afUi ted If
rc... "' ,' r.. of d.t..cr
./, ""J .' 'o. .' : : -I .,. i,. fr o f ,. %.- r- ,f* t' i!"1A ; fever and agueandjOtherjdjseases ,DR TowKsnD.My: ;
Tuition.
&' t1.: .. .,Executive Department, ) L/ke.Lindaayj/ i BcntQaou2i! : ,on. Monday. bilious,climates."" may .be. hid,. gratis of. tbeun-, _, tressed by'Weakness and'"lIe being PtatJl.
and"Arithmetic v gmeral
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; Jane 20tb 1849. Reading,Wriiing. ,, $6,00 ebiUft W
1i.1ijJ. :; TALLAHASSEE, f.i'.1f1. 25th .J ue. ." : "' del-signed. guff rin'continllat1y,"
r.i Iicniicianflt&JIjtNYI Higher.English studies' ; ,- 8,00PhdouphicaIand _..At,Fprt"Fanning, Levy county,,/on.Monday; ':'Also1 ,numerous certifica1J from men.of the i,i df! u.ltlesl'ond having by known pin ia11d''ltl' 14
studies
; Classical ,10,00 ,ease
the great .1rreria
highest(respectability testifying' .
NJ election is ordered to be held in 9thJuDr. p. 'I' "J.r" medicine' has effected
., hereby tuition the ,greatciij
li. the'price of ; '
W4 One half a according to ?
A 1 .. AtT Hillsborough'county on MondayrJ of this medicine ,can be oz,application r.
Militia mpa .. .. efficacy seen
r. tr. ;,;.. _.the.first nivieion of the Florida studies pursued Willie expected in advance, to hearing recommended for such etstmuTw
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;:-& .ir t r it ; on tjle'first Monday in October next, at the pIa- and the balance at;the'end of each term. j 3OhJly. '. : '- ,' .' : described, I obtained a bottle of jowfcJII
t't'k : 'oi: c.-appointed by law for the election of County Board will be provided in Town 'at"'re 80nable At 'J eyt\Vest, ,Monroe county,;on, MondayAt T. ,0 HOLMES CO., of Sarsaparilla and'followed the iiet

: ;.r u( Officers, for.a Major General,to:'command said rates per month;f for Piipi1s1 froulJ the:country .1 giist. ;' -' ; ". ,: '* 4,
;1. : kai':.f "';- Division. to fill the vacancy-.occasioned by the )- and'Parents and Guardians, who may desire liami i, Bade. county, ,on Mo ndayOth ,Jacksonville,Feb. 24, 1849. 6m plAints and restored her to heaIti

; ...._.f t'r t. resinatLon'i?tJ n.Villr m iII ,: avail of-the facilities.of this .Augus Crateful for'the benefits the
to .themselves
EXTRACT ceifed'Ualt
1 :f 4 :t''. ': .,tAu& it.'ele tl d is hereby'oriiered to be held' Institution toe;education of their ,children At September.l Brt Pierce St. Luciecountypn*-. :;' Monday3d DR.: TOWNS ND'S COMPOUND pleasure In thus acknowledzinrit. i .tI.tt

1J1J ':i .1 \t : In the'second;'Di-rbioh of the':Florida, Militia onj and others,.-:may be,:ss red that, no, exertion -- \' SARSAPARILLA.. mending it'to the public. V ?" \
already .
\ .. 1 the' t8t Monday October 'next, at the placesippoTuied'bjrlaw and All iersons interested'and who,have not ThisExtracts' \1 tl1& rt1bottls-it is M. D. MOORE
: ;: ':J""r will be spared to ensure the health, comfort put 'p iji cor. of Grand & Lydiw;
made their to have Itt
8' < ; ;4 ": for the election' of C0t1 tyOfIwi progress: in knQwledge of all,. who, may be their (witnesses proof, are come requested 'toprove Iii times cheaper, pleaaanter,'and warrant d'superior Albany,Aug. 1844.' --w, .FTVMOTHERS.AND

: ; ficer for a Major.General to C mm and said,Division entrusted to the care of the Prl eipal.. ;: : readyand' prepared to any Sold:, ,It cures s'wit1iijfJPqiti 'MARRIED
lands here-
(heir Settlers
f. : to fill thfr vacancy,occasioned: by the res K. SB WALL Principal cases fully: on purging sickening the L'ALm
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l' t 1H t.: ,RUFUS t will have h' } debilitating patient This'Extract of Sarsaparilla hak l
oforeAinsurveyed now opportunity en eitW
"f r1i' .., I ;f' .lrnatloircE Gen?James j&Cooper."Officers : N. B. Pupils in Town, .will,be expected tditentify'their'lands. .. and is particularly adapted for a. 1y prepared in,reference to female ctWiiiii'No
.,1. ;; ;,; rnaia dIng Brigades, RegtmentstJ provide seats and desks; Chairs are recommen ". ". :HUGH ARCHER FALL ,AND WINTERMEDICINE.The" female who has reason to
] ibe
:... )" I" ,' 4 '.:" f BattalHons and Companies within the State, ded. .' [Republican Qopy1Mt' ] 1'1 Inleri great beauty and superiority of this Sarsaparilla preaching that critical suppose. U/r r
'j.t.Jr.t f. j 1' : '" /the period "the turn ol fcfc e
ItI' ,r., rehereby required to carry into. effect this pr.' I tf all other remedies is. it !
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r 19,1849. ';> over eradicates should neglect to take it.aaitisacerUiiiS.
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28 1 84 0. t1oct ,
t Apt .
let 1thit their ,
7 *.1q,: lZ : F ; -* the limits or respective cornBands. --' :- ::1* diseS.Sefitinvigorate8 the ventive the ,
> .. ", i: and make returns according to law. I STATE OF FLORIDA.To >rany of numeww:and \at$&
'U .t; ,R. REIDCO.: ., _: .'body,,consumption :cured, diseases which females'are '
( ". \.10 lkj 1 vd .. W. D. MOSELEY.f these shall subject at flu
r I'tY'i" .1. All to nhom. presents come cleanse.and strengthen time
tloct irr ** r 3Greetuig : R. R. REID & CO. having leas- of life. This.period may be,d ]laia
'Jlt ,1Z' i f : : J)1, t.?"', .. : *? $*- & lUJBsas. .consumption can be cured r'f
,
:' '1..t'" :' j f..'.:.. < Kjin has applied to Wharf d the buildings attached, several'years< using this medicine; rG k

tr.f : :: : ';:CROTON: BUILDINGS. WHEREAS'Lawrence doiy from the Es- are 'nw prepared ,.connection with their bronochitis, 'colds'coughs, consumption.liver catarrh, 'asthma complaint,spit- less valuable for those who uxewthnanioodjasitis sarptoa i

,(': ;: :rN: CMBKELLAS. AND'PARASOLS. tate George Chnjchjl deceased, Therefore all DRYi] GOOD,} GROCERY 'HARDWAREANDMISCELLANEOUS 1- : ".."ting of bloodj'sorenes's in.the chest, by quickening the blood cuhed.and to assirt; 'tun
'. ESTABLISH invigoritis* tie
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t f :' r' 10 rt: 'Bt ''II &'aiACHIXERT. interested.'ajreliereby notified to file ? '
j persons hectic flush night difficult i
: : sweats system, Jndeed.'thia: medicine is
WENT to do GENERAL COMMISSION invihublefcr
+ the issuing a "
t 't\\.t p ; : their objections, if any they hav, to
or profuse expectoration -I all the'diseases to which
V ;;.:;: : .l' GtOC'ftt'. JntlJ of said Letters six months after(date, other BUSNESS. : and painin women are BU jeet.'
.. ., It.bracesthe whole system
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'tl ,'r:: !" 1 : wise said Lawrence Ryan will be dischargedby Ther :charges. are established by the Savan the side.&. the renewstoiua
ently natural
Jt .. ft.uaet.rel' aah des energiesby reooThif tit
it"tt; i ': J'1 ; & ..I' virtue of.these presents. have and '
I .!"..I ".1e't'. 'l ;!r ,IJ ,..,:, ': Witness my'name and seal of office, Theare the Agents of the U. S. Mail \ be impurities of the body-not so far stinraWar
t'i./Ii"; 1 :":.'... ".;v4". EP.J. B. would invite ,particular attentionJif [L.'.] this 25th,June, A. D. 1849. Steamirs this place, and.are now enabled : can cured. the system ns 'to produce a sulsequeEtrtlm.

:44 !t f.) nil friends, _and :merchants. visiting N.York. WILLIAM. CRA TREE., to oife; every,facility,to the Merchant Planter tion, which is the case of most medieine-.til-"'
'.; "r.' ( ..' ;:;r::, \4'iI e'Jiim a call at his new and spacious Man Judge Probate Duval county and tic Public generally. '. Probably there never was a'remedy that ha s -for. female weakness and disease.c
alactory knd afehouse been so successful in desperate cases of consumption DISEASE OF'THE HEART
ilt v r .:f. '" ;\Y Jun 30 '49.6m.H'LME'S Gods consigned to their care will be received BVP.
V : as ,this cleanses. and strengthens the '
$ ::1I .Ss 14 -. ..d '144 Bro.dw.y.l one forwarded with despatch. 't. ; ., TUBE AND DROPSY
;p r to heal the ulcers the "
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: system.and appears on :NEW
Ther Store Office and Warehouse situated YOEK,July,22IS4S.
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"t I ; (CftOTdlC UILDIGS, ) are
;1't. ;. ?1 'v.. 't';,. : & CO.MESSRS. coivenient to the Wharf. lungs,and the patients gradually:regain their. Drl. Towiszrcn-Dear Sir: '3y 'wife' las

.. 1.. :;'r between'CcIaiiind Liberty. streets,where,thereVUl'always HOLMES &. co., have. removed Paltka St John's Ri'erj E. F., ,January 13 usual health and strength.' been afflicted :with a, disease of tie Beart: Jtd
:s.sr.;: 1 f, t.\y be found. the,most extensive. assortttenfof CASE with '
the CURIOUS CONSUMPTION a'terrible
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r. t. ..' '' : stock of Merchandize to large 1849. ", ly.' OJf : ,rupture for over fifteen"jean,
,:'1 ;,j ,'i,... :, .'1'1.h.: i : building formerly occupied by the United States, _' There is scarcely a,day 1 paSses but'there area the greater part of the time. SW;lasbeq

r34; :; ; b UMBRELlAS, ,PARASOLLS, known. as the ,Government Building. They I Parker's Patents, fr. ImproveM number,of cases -of Consumption reported as troubled with shortness breath arid great Inf.

jQl'',.,. r' \ : :PARASOLE-TTS AND SUNSHADES have added to their stock, by'the late arrivals M Rtenttjn UrdrAnli ,I!.vr0r. 110 cured by the use of Dr.Townsend's Sarsaparilla.The tering of the'heart, which ins been verjiii.

) :..J .' : ; : from New York, afull assortment of Dry'Goods. i PERSONS infringing,or "violating' following was recently received fDR'TOWKSEND tressing, and,Las frequently .been'unable to
1rr All
: /e: Groceries. Hardware, Provisions, :&c. &c. ibove Patents cautioned not to pay -Dear Sir: For the last leave her bed. T.ruptaie *as very::Jarz
.t; ,r '9\ :.; { ethis'own'celebrated'mnnufacture, for sale in which they are prepared to sell at 'reducesprices. "or'sal infringements violations to Lyman three years',I .have1 been'afflicted with.generul and sever ?he tried almost?ery remedy

,:.lftl. :.'. "'p. ihyqusintity at greatly reduced pri s.J' .}lerc nt. Daniel Humphrey and-.Thomas. J. debility,and ne consumption of the last such cases .with but little b Jltfit.' WneVile

'; ;J -:' 'L'L; G.;J
; .1: .f..j.jri Parasols from the-"Croton Manufactory" shall Hides, and othei.produce of. the'country] at the' I under power,of Attorney, dated, :tbe18thda all. After going through a course of medi- medicine she was entirely relieved of tfie niu,

."I'1f"."Jttr':" <" '.., ., bi, :;J.. no.Iu erflrytrespect.J .. ,' : highest Market rates and make cash advances -January, 1848, as said power of Attorneywas cine under the care of some of the most distinguished of the heart, and the rupture has almost'ea
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>; \S S'J.I : July 7, '4g.. on consignments to th'eir friends in Savannah. revoked by me on the,23d dny! of April, regular physicians and members of the tirely disappeared.
.;.", ,.' 4 and Charleston, or New York. 1849. ZEBULON PARKER; Patentee. Board Health' in New York and :elsewhere, She has also had the dropsy, aad 'TTIJ voj
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of'.1.CtI'.' 'J.t-J.,,:. ..l'S{ ,..:.... .. 'A 'C'A m,ID They hare a new article of Wrought Iron Nerork, Ohio, May 19, 1849. 3raoaTc and spending the most, of my earnings in attempting much swollen. We had to idea tkat literati
.1. : several Ploughs-to which they would respectfully call to regain my health, and after reading be so benefited, as she had such a wuplicatica
-t1. LADY who has had '
\.t'"l ; : A years experience the attention of Planters. Farmers in of of diseases. But it hag
; 1 ,: in a finishing school for Young Ladies and DairJI .e some paper your Sarsaparilla I-resol- ,as strange as it may ip-
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( ; ". f, Jacksonville Nov. 6 1846.. tf ved to it. After six bottles 1 found it relieved her of the lam
t. \..I', kEMERSON'SPATENT.DOU. try .using pear, dropsy. aware
'J/C; .. is desirous to reside in Florida an d.(therefore ANTHONY
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". ROTARY CHURN, peculiarly done me 'great good, and called to see yon*at that this statement is so strange as to I apptir
wishes to take charge ofan Academy "
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4jr ft:} : f1 ,. Mail Arrangement. dapted to Warm CIimateca it with almost'
produces but- your office ; your advice I kept on, and do like fiction. but it is. nevertheless,eoto
'' v \Young Ladies to hear of healthy plea-
.J or some '
'.. l1! ; a: tant. town in, which sufficient encouragement __ .The Northern.Mail arrives every Sunday andWednesday Ir as easily'effectual from sweet and milk a*Cliuin fropi cream. In most heartily thank you for your advice 1 per reality. Your Sarsnparilla is certainly) a !:i
: #:ii& } three o'clock P. M and cl ses jfingvgtliis simple into use;the severe in taking the Sarsaparilla and have b uable medicine and should be used by
t { ..,1 i' frill be giv.en her to establish a school for Young by proprhors, feeling confidence in capabilities, do enable everyone
I l '4 t .'c *Ladieiin..hic will be'taught all the Bran- Tuesday and Friday; ,morJlings'at o'clock.. not haitate to pronounce lithe best churn ever offer- to attend to my .usual labors for the last that is suffering as "we Lave been. If ij

..;" ",; 'ch'et' of& complete, Education, together' with The Southern Mail arrives on 'Monday and eb to toe public. ,The Churn is on exhibition at the four months, and hope by blessings of God disbelieve th\\s account, they are' at.titert It

'itf f ....,, J;_.. ".Music French' Painting,Embroidery,&c. References Tuesday nights,and closes on Sunday and Wed Agent, and your Sar5 parilLL to continue my health.- call nt iny hotfse'and have ocular denrtmstfatiu
k-1'-.T. rI. I NO. 2. JOHN Yours,
at1 o'clock. STREET helped me beyondtheexpectationsofall that
nesday mornings respectfully .
:I' : S .if'f as retards her success and capability -. .-' ., '. .
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rp. will be wishing to The. Western Alan is due on Tuesday and secom story corner Broadway, New York city. knew my case. CHARLES' QUIMBY. WILLIAM TOWSER 1 JamesstDYSFEPSY.
I LlIf1/.c; -s.teacher, given. Any one An, in order convince ihe )
I ,. ( V rt. engage her services or who can give the above Friday mornings by 7 o'clock and closes on curious at TWELVE O'CLOCK inrredulnu DAILYA and sat.isry.t1e Orange, Essex Co.N.J., Aug. 2, 1847. -

I tq.I,1il tn; L!; .. ; il .infbr mation can get her address by apply ing t Sunday and Wednesday mornings at 11o'clock., CHURNING WILL BE MADE. State of New Jersey, Essex County, ss.-Chas.
l 1 t .thi Editor of the "Jacksonville News." The Mail from Nassau Court House arrives Th public are invited Local! and examine the ma. Quimby being duly s. .according to law, on No fluid or me t1r Tuesday afternoon and closes on Sunday chine and his oath saith, that the foregoing statement is which*so nearly ;resembles ,the gagtjiejnice
'J : : : f June 2d,'\848. 3m oIf"every ., see at* utility tested. >combines the followig :
.Jf : F
....,;... i.:..: .:t.,.... 3"'re ; morning at 11 o'clock. ,I raluable! qualities:. true,according to,the best of his knowledge and or saliva in decomposing food andstTetgtieaiiig
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:.tkt:; .:),,. lilt ler 1ft's Sate.WLL MARK BUTTS. Postnuisfcri. -I ls| .produces butter in less time tlja'n"it.DI other! belief. '. CHAR QUIMBY. the,organs digestion, as this preparation of

1V",1: : < ..t': be sold .before' the Court House, in Jacksonville. July, } '49 .Chun, making' it arid gathering from sweet milk inCronthrea 'Sworn and subscribed to before me at''range" Sar ii arilla, It; positively cureseverjtoeof. :

A?1'11 }. ( { ; ;Town of Jacksonville. on the first 7_ leas fme. to eight., minutes,' and' from. cream'. 9t in.'much. the-'2d August- 1847. CYRUS BALDWIN' dyspepsia, howeversevere or cl}nt :, '.,:"V'BxNK i
: in next ,between the usual A.. ni lr. rix' Notice. : : 'DEPARTMENT 1M3-
August Jus'tice.ofJhe'Peace Ift .
t: "J! ': .f Monday 2d. It produces more butter from the lame amount 1.AIBAhY May |
l; ti J :. hoofs of> l,1ie following property wit :- SIX'MONTHS after date 'shall present mj of irJk or cream,than the ordinary method. as it does DR., To'wNSEND-Sat: '1 have beetaflicfrf |
oue-certain lot of land with the appurtenances accounts and vouchers to the Hon. the TWO CHILDREN ,SAVED. for "t
,.f.ili ., :" ';- ; ,its vork in a more thorough and scientific m.nnet.,' several years with.dispep8iai'fei"1 !
't ..1.fI :. t.., hereto IonglDgsltuated1nsa1d Town of Jacksonville Judge'of Probate"of Columbia county'for atfi-: 3t .lila the e 'peit'and'mCJst'co Y nient, Churn Very few.families indeed-infact.we have form, attendcdwith sourness of gfosaa f J k** i

: and known on the plat ,of said Town. nal'settlement and discharge from the administration fJyeli vented.in olving"the I.trut'philosophical principle 'not" heard of 'one-that.. used Dr.'Townsend's appetite, extreme ,heartburn.. LlJ1a is Frtt \

o\' 1 !k.".:;. ; ".:, AS Lot i4o. 3, in square No. .10., ,The Western ) of the Estate of,John. 0. Smith, late'of tlrbutler'making.' f Sarsaparilla':-in time lost'any children th'f\' t 'aversion '.to"all kinds of food/and"fQt'ir? i) 1

{" l t ':::J !1: : boundary line of said lot commences Bay st. 'said. 'county:'deceased. J '" suitble ONewmilkafter: for family usei 'being.-",churned' I:,', is. sweet' aad summer' while those that did not sickened and (what could eat" ) I have been unaUe\rctalo

h '::' c k :: and runs thence Northerly 105 feet, to the ? ', '' ELIZABETH, nTH.'. Instead of feeding the calf with milk direct 4i.ed.: The cerlificatewe, ,publish,below'is conclusive but a small portion on mysf ma 11. ItrU .tie

'1ti.:! ,. : Southernmost' line of Lot No.' 6, in' said, square By A. Y. ALLEN,- 'At. frorithe cow-churned sweet milk wiUaosw f every evidence of its, .value, and is only anoth usual remedies, but they had Wlittfew"/ *

1 1 ti ,: .. ,\ : 'lro?19;f thence Botftfierly.78 feet: thence East- June, I 6, 1849. Om.Xund purose. By this means the butter is all profit.Ve instance of its saving the lives of children. .effect in removing'the complaint; I las 1;fa2M*

J f. ;' 1\ wardly 7 feet Ihence Southwardly 27 feet, offer it upon \following terms:If the Churn DR. TOWNSKND-Dear Sir:, *I had two children ed, about two months since, to try your!Zxtnet

'!1r !4- : :'i thence Westwardly along said Bay street24, 1 : lor Sulc.a .. > doe not prove as recommended.it may be returned cured by your 'SnpU'ill 'ot the summer Sarsapa'rina, and I must say" wlit1t:
m' i;;r, :\ .feet to ;the place of beginning. Being bounded FOR SALE,betweennine and ten \]iou : andhe money will be refunded.) (tomplaint and "dysentery ;' one -was only 1: fide ce;; but after using nearly" two."botttc t

;:.. iF Valte-1iortl by lot No. 6 aforesaid, and;by p.V' :c sand acres of" Land, 'situated In 'Nssau: Ve have, f constandv 3,*,f 4-i5 on," Band t9and add: for'12.sale six dlfferensizet of-
: !': portion of said lot No 3. on the East by a portion .County,'par H ljj hear'Nassau and'partly near St. chuning at onetime'( :1 j(SL'SJ;1Q, 15,and capable 20 gallons yery'much Deduced; and we expected they.would fen'tirelyv.removed, and.I VouId.'earawUj: !: ,w :

t ( "' of sml lot.!. 3, on'the. South' by .iay st'end l\Iar '8'Rivers, being port jqri of the'WatermanGrant. of rilk orcre.m"c&arD. any size made toorclr. d.ej; ,they;were .given,uPabytwo..respectable commend 'the use of it to)those1.who., 0lareI ,I ,14ft'rc.J: l' on the West by a,portion.of said, lot No;3. ''The,'above is heavily, 'timbered pine "sKarAi! ''"V,'**"-" physicians )Yhen the doctor informed us that 'ofihi; ted aal have, "*" "

/ i :. ,. "flatd'prfipef'tlevied, on to satisfy.twofi.fa, ,.isiiu .- land, conveniently'situated\ : upon'water'courses, Ixclasive country rightSto manufacture and sell we'must lose them, we resolved, to try your -*
:\ J;! *."* ; .fr6mthe.Circuit.Court foj-Duval county; "with the exception, of:about five hundred'acres in 'e StalQut'lNQnh-ard'SoutbC.rullna, Georgia Sarsaparilla' we had heard so much Of, but had 'N. B Purchase none but s 1Ieh as"Batejtfjp-

e'i1.r ; J'i- rutSt'tdMclosuiobta. l1 d at the May 'of heavy. ham ck''land upon the' St. Mary's dohrs an4Lorida.\ for each for Bale a{ about the rate of one' .hundred little 'co fi4.enc ;, there being-so much stuff advertised ers that hide the bottl.e] completely) aaa fa. *

\i 'enathefebfVrie- in ,favor of Jphn S. Sammis Rlve :. The"irh'ole1;-or any'portion will be sold fefms Cash:*10,000' 'A discouniof25 Jnhabiiahts._ cent, allowed| that la; Worthless1; ,but we" are. '\ery the'written signature% SP.: .""V, *"?T'TTPrincipal .
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t JjIr.; .1 i : : 'Cth' '' olher! ia favor''T\ of Sidney Wintringham, 'cheap.forjcash. ," Apply'to. : __ trflietrade; > "' per thankful thafTwe did,:for, undoubtedly saved Office,.126'FnlioiN.TTj'Reddirig t.S D.P' 1cfi i

4 n"4q1 ..,.1 r' 'j: .p.DQ4. .spinet George. u.Miller.THOMAS.LEDWITH. ; '." .J ; WILLIAM HICKMAfr.Jacksonville ." ', 'ill 'ordersp stagipaid,addressed to the snbssribei the lives of both., ,I write.,this ;that others may *& co SState i. ,4>wi 01J t.Pl.'

MI'' i ..(. ..,. . !, March. 17, 1849. tf ; will be promptly attended to.- .. :. .. t, "' I be induced to use it. .Yours,respectfully &vsons, 132'North;: Second :: Ja'co
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.:,'.. lISP ; t. Sherif of MILYaiCOUfti7.j -,-------.. "\: --4:.' JUUUl, A1 Awnt.i .: -JOHN>WILSON-; S. Hanee, dri1ggi ,. Baltimore; Dui .

m:.r..:"j' ,i IJ !. v.' "oa.rill... ._ ..,1" e'30''.' lrH9.- tds, Notice. : ; -lly No.2 2&. street,corner "B d1' N. Y. 11 "Myrtle-avenue, Brooklyn, Sept.:15,'1847. Ri hm nd'P. M. Cohen./
; Z.Skeiii'sale. J5 .THZ, 8UnSCRmER' has Mr.ll leased fctN tieTTnime ',ir- ;, > ,- v i ;' ;' 'LUNATIC:ASYLUM:. & co. 151 rires-t..Ne..OrJeau: 105Bonth ,

,\ r) \J 'ft: -tTT ir6 widb'eforelhe'Cpurt( 'House door. I :Bay street, formerly!(fknbVn occupied 8 'Hart's"by'old Bearding -/CORDIALSt i, :;&c. Maraschino, Curacao, ,,.James.CummingSyEsqHone of the Assistants Pearl.st.Alb* ,; R.". l'ik1k29-andb cor. m, .
N.J. ;
t. \J in the Lunatic Market and ,Broad-si.Tewirk, ,
'. t; 44 tv ia the Jacksonville, oil the House). and is'now prepared"to accommodate 'Absjntke 1-Lemdn Syrnjj; Raisns.Cit- Ayslum,Blackwell'alslandJs the |
/; : Drst Monday of August next between the usual any who 'may 8 lit to'patt 1 li"'himi dr.. rbcU ant f;:Preseired* linger; Fresh SalmomndliODster gentleman??,,?, spoken., of in'the following, 'letter"'' priqciparDrnggfsts in4 'Mcwitnti W general ft* '
ij'4 incases-Sardines RHEUMATISM : throughout the United: ; States, dtt8
: tf'rt? \4'- hdurtfof Bale, the following property, to.wit:- sures them that no'pains will b6 spared ,ensure ; Olives Caper : .' 'ALEEDAent, -,
'tpq ilJ'; f f', Sbve "Tena, aged about 25'years, Amy, ab&nt12rJoan their comfort. 'A commodious stable is at, I Currant'Jelly, Ulackoerrj' Jam; Jujube > This is only onVbf'thOrtEaCfonrh uSai :.th"- Canada's.. .' '" 11-J.* : '

bt ': i :! ; Louisa, 5, and Thomas, 3.TxiKA .- t3ched't4 tl establishment; 'and;every attention Pas',Refin'ed. Liquorice,4&c. For sale by eases I'o!.rheumatiSm' ,.A :tJ1lit"Dr:'ownsendVSarsaparilla : : ", 'JackOn1l1e- .,. ,

i 1r ;:k '.i 1:' iopDttM-the'protrtrof Jositii'HicV- will'be.paid to the horses of those travel- l.s. 1 t',1;.:::. :; t.t; _-, ,. ld-JE1D.. has cured. ThepipsMevere and !_Ybai726i84s.;: '_,., 1'Y'"".. ."

.f f .J man deceased f.'j 1 i *pointed-Wi Tyt William lers'who think to stop,with1 th' r chronic cases-are weekly eradicated by its ex -.' ..:__ .!_ tirSTA.TEOE.FLOBID4s- j J . :
may proper
.p .. OP NCEB-&' BAKBB.&ri traordinary.virtues < 'f, ;".
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Lj mckm&D one the Executors of said deceasedto ,- .I' t -. AW emCW1ONJ 2lXSti. :; "r :nH l' t; : :
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t .t uitisfy ft fi.1 AL Usued ft me'C Court' 'MksonvmejE.FIec.2/i848,' 'tf '.. ft :1itIji\W .G' .J.uh ? :BLActw.Ews.IsLA1t>ept.l4,1847..tDLi .., m1ia
r ,, \0. Jf 'ti1'M".tfr- rtu..fflrw! fT' owusEND DcOTtSiTS'Jlbane' ft riC : pq eJrG f fO'
4tt Dtxvitbounlty, wherein Wm.:Bailey! adminis- It! ." h' :f. . ?* Ii', ". ; '. suffered
of John Ballanc'e deoisth'ePUlnttff : 0 .1 4il sRcIpisv1U..I "'t'p'Jrj. ..1.t" terribly fdn.nine yeara.with .rheumatism :
debonis non :
titter t.' S1i : Courity.-May JFermk"j849j i
'MoHTHsaftor date-JI shall "
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; the lime ,
and. Beniamin) Af tol* I.cot11dJ1ot;sleep I'J 'th" t. 'If SH>. *
lDj'Wi1liam accounts !CflOTBA i Y'r1if-r.1' ?
.L1 'present and vouchers as'AdministraWfbf ., ] il/r/p.
my. ( 8NpL
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Hldfaatfcls&lah D.iHartIjeo6lcr8 of'Joshuao theEs1:te of 6 ,49.r.hi4. worktl hadithe.most distresajngipains;anday .fi!! t (".. f .ng. l f
\ Francis .
Richard tfol 4y.Cp
tCtzCi A'# it' J'M limbs '
1Ii 14 c are nef 1,tiJ ti /1t' tW H irere terriblyLSWollenwI bavenaed '
J val iTohJ a-PntnsnT > '''Mitchell' : .
late of County, deceasedjjtb'the H iIoa.gttInentrh'id : ) "

.; 1aLTHOMASLlDW1TIT J pHA it n.E ,JD A fourbottles.of yourBarsaparillaL and they have *,* t.aI'U oVjitlli
e'orProb te BVA L ,VSJ 'Moti01t't :]i4t
'oJJIC ble Jud fsaldlBountyj fpTa final ...! ,.tTJ .'},: .. .... > .J't done.me more than one thou "
355\'0 injiLc 8eriof Pnyal, bounty. tttnd sliMi "' : adoljwoh James Mo'nrbei'- )}IV nQItJ'i iie .
at thiMmbppifQr tA.J1"i
(f ( .. '' ; .1 r ; JIQNJ&JR.a.; juT fid.-.lam-,eo'mnch '
ietterylndeed'l'att *
? tU1i 1sfue JOl.l8(9 "td51' V R1ERED t"h t'd ,
Ieett&sofDIsmisIQfljlr t f- Iflon I>U19 9 WC CVUH4* "
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., rj si Oi I't, J r l6.01frJ14IJgt6E.J.1Jif entirely 'relieved Your -
,. -* r-i- : ore 5 at liberty use \J nfflth4iiei"Tera8riieC6aH.1fitlon
'; I ,. !:- ::i Adm3tatQr,4owbicbUin. pemUSJbter'itU 4-0.. I 'd '(t 1\ C51uDtJ atded thiafor the benefit. *.th.e fiUcted "ii IKUY
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are.desired
said Estate; JQ Mke otice tii..d tic, a t'mrp.ct h : r
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m s. .9Ud1'fIt the Kon.1 the : TEPJLEzJ4a42O4149 .,E Q .Admr..J'! IJ.A._ yU '.. ,..1J4ftr 'ttilJ.1 V..1-'t (. : COULD NOZW4LZi CUMMlNG;;'FJv(!. 1Sd and poiidet if I ;ppearixig46 resId j_, bofldhe tSc couft! JimJi:th fl'f*"]f1iSi1srdertkarftbeavin'g 'e at' **
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S 4f_ gforIeCniutofAIachuaind' g ; ...; jcTha'.ID T01fJ1 d'8 p1iril1a.jath':1-e siI'U!
LJ4p5JOLfipj4isebargefand 4ii- '1.ktGUE'S tmst.O YIOp' HEj FLORIDA J m1Itt rrL. rybe t remedy u.bO'hjftfonthefflrtff'aay'of on
xorifemalftcotaplaintsithere is the fleit T ei stcolwAndIg
I-7or salt by '-.M..BJ1ED. -or-& &ar" UCaIPTIGJJ2t"
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.u4411raWr ihe tevor s.1 up
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ftd ihit
of ; rhj yrfe
nd : I :}W ft4' '. "t''t 1ttII jt.a..rlt1"J 1$1, 't"Jhr.U" e.. ..IJd weak
WilJamlO..TItfm eoeaae4;: l1o ce !. and debilitated femaleftcthat ,wtrepros: Uti" tOL of nfilOtdeZ s l LUtiidCtflp*,!
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hereby fiven to all' wb raU may;ccmceraihafcshmlf $! t ti iitU ifi dp'bl 1 H"l ,T. rl ., ) I.) '1" U 4',' i trated .thosftdiseasesrhieh- females are a f1U.thlsi turOr C1fJ z48pa .11rtt
J tieiVprDy that:a distribution of said Es- G" ''. J: I n ,, r. wibjecfctrere.
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I ta j _D ,the Heirs of William 0. li _.:.m. 5 .:: J'i.t. iv. q .t1 d' p ,t "t' AfJ health G; '*cf I fr frj &ga&afcow4W(, .U nhiI: lbS ,Wit *f.!tru ittiC.t1f'Blc

.,. r Tkoa 3l.4eceasedentitl d to tfaseiroe7 ; t"lt :. ..':%,1 '" ."HWc.n'1 t. : 5 ...;.." 'Ju 'l1 foViEeS-.of ', e. Itj .atl1a' ;y i4-fo J na' ewf'Y P .3U847; f.t idC! ol! l' :J ".u :' a:

: 1 ... ,. ..ALLltNTHOMAS..- jzOo $ t at11mtsCOTC1fI t t r. te&" tJg sJct tt rjD&' atflr.: My wifhaa for, WItns;1riyt..i)Dr 'd ci'

l. .Jldi fn l foY tWtltta'Th l.1 .1..J To'tI.te:1I: L JI. BE ret decea. t .f W lJ T01f ; thela$1csibeer5iokn.d in i ItIy v. ."th5dot1j.$49ceit. );: -},

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